your 45 pistol was made by Ithaca in 1945. if your slide reads Colt that indicats someone put a colt slide on your Ithaca frame, which is not unusual in the military. value depends on over all condition.
value depends on over all condition. made about 1893
Have it checked over by a good gunsmith before you attmept this.
Walther PP copy of the GDR. Region of Magdeburg.
Made by many different makers over the past 100 years
Colt has done many special orders over the years. You will have to call them to find out.
Have it checked over by a gunsmith to be sure.
Sometime in 1969. If you call Colt's Mfg., Inc. and give them the serial, they can give you the specific date. They will do this over the phone, while you wait.
Your question is basically not answerable. Since it began making firearms over 150 years ago, Colt has made hundreds of thousands of products. Colt also made items which have no relation to firearms and had serial numbers. If you provide a detailed description of all markings, caliber/gauge, barrel length, handgun or longgun, etc.. an answer might be possible
For each serial number - are you talking about a rifle? If so, is it a bolt action, pump, or semi-auto? Pistol - what caliber? 22,25,32,380, 9mm? Shotgun - Over/under, pump, semi-auto? What gauge? 12, 16, 20, 410?
Have a good gunsmith check it over first.
That particular colt official police .38 with serial # 569014 was produced near the beginning of 1931. ( 569000 - 572999 ) The T would possible stand for the inspector's mark. I have a colt DS from 1930 and it also has a T over the serial #.
Proohouse.com has sn data that will get you close. You can always call Colt and they will tell you over the phone.
updated answer: MAB was a major French pistol manufacturer from the early 1920s until the early 1980s. During that time it made a number of pistol models, including the model A vestpocket pistol (.25 caliber); B vestpocket pistol (.25 caliber); C pocket pistol (.32 and .380 caliber); D service pistol (.32 and .380 caliber); C/D service pistol (.32 and .380 caliber); E pocket pistol (.25 caliber); F target pistol (.22 short and .22LR caliber); G pocket pistol (.22LR caliber); GZ pocket pistol (.22LR caliber), also made as "MAB Espanola" by Spanish gunmaker Echasa in .22LR, .25, .32 and .380 caliber); R-22 target pistol (.22 short for the "Olympic" model, and .22LR, sold in US as "Le Chasseur"; R service pistol (.32 and .380 caliber); R service pistol (9mm parabellum) - each of these "R" models is significantly different from the others; P-8 service pistol (9mm parabellum), P-15 service pistol (9mm parabellum), and PAP-F1 target pistol (9mm parabellum -- a heavily modified version of the P-15 made for competitive target shooting; the French Army Pistol Team won a number of awards using this).When the Germans army occupied France during WWII it took over the MAB factory and kept the .32 model D in production for German military use. These occupation pistols will have German army acceptance stamps. They also produced a small number of the model A for use by German military personnel. The French military used the .32 model D during WWII, and after WWII in the French colonial wars in IndoChina (Vietnam, etc) and North Africa (Algeria, etc) until about 1950. The P-15 was used by a number of military forces in the 1960s and later, especially because of its 15-round capacity and accuracy.The range of prices I have seen for MAB pistols in the US since 2010 is from about $50 to about $1300; pricing is similar in Europe, although in many cases different models go for higher prices in one or the other (the P-15, for example, is more sought after in Europe than in the US).Value of these pistols depends greatly on which model it is, which version of the model it is, special markings on the pistol, and the condition of the pistol. Pistols with WWII German army acceptance stamps are usually worth more. Some of these pistols, such as the models A and D, were in production for over 50 years, with a number of design changes over the years.original answer: 10-200 USD or so
Less than 100 to over 1000 depending on specifics.
Someone over at smith-wessonforum.com might be able to tell you.
correction........made about 1927
Probably 32 ACP. Have it examined by a gunsmith.
Meriden Firearms, 1905-1915, was a subsidiary of Sears Roebuck. Probably not real ivory, but could be. Value depends on condition, but probably not over $150 in excellent condition.
22 caliber rifle Winchester model 61 serial number 46958 is considered very valuable. This specific Winchester model group is worth any where from 500 dollars to over 3,000 dollars.
The serial number should have 6 digits, not 5. See a gunsmith to look it over for you.
Who made it? What caliber? What kind of action (bolt, pump, semi-auto, over/under)? Serial numbrer?
Less than 100 to over 1000 depending on specifics.
A few hundred to over a thousand depending on EXACTLY what you have, its condition, accessories, box, manual, etc..
Have it checked over by a gunsmith. Sounds like bushings/screws problem.