I believe your colt was made about 1902................are you selling it ????? firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are taalking about a single action ??? made 1910
Depends on if it is a rifle or pistol
depending on the condition between (10%=$750)-(98%=$10,000)
see text: Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle works 1871 - 1978
value depends on over all condition. made about 1893
say about 1874. condition depends on price
I assume you colt is a single action revolver ????? if so, made about 1888
made about 1899.....................the value of any firearm depends on condition. i.e. metal finish, grips, bore, etc, etc...............
Proofhouse.com has serial number lists. As to value, your description leaves a lot to be desired. If its a Single Action Army, it was made the turn of the century. What type of finish (blue, nickel)? Barrel length? Any engraving? You could be in the price range of 100-1200.
Singer Sewing machines from the year 1871 all have a serial number that ranges from 611.000 to 913.999, so a serial number of 635.387 would have been issued in 1871.
A publication entitled Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993 has a list of most serial #'s with dates of production, published by Gun Show Books Publishing.
1871 so 136 years.
Value of a gun is based on make, model and condition. You gave use year and caliber.
made about 1907
September 18, 1871
condition and serial number needed.........
The gum ball machine was patented in 1871 by Thomas Adams. In 1888 he began putting the machines on the train platforms in New York.
From 1871 to 1993, the Iver Johnson Company was a maker of decent quality low cost firearms. The Owl's Head logo was patented by their company, and was present on the hard rubber grips. While there is some collector interest, these do not tend to be extremely high dollar arms. There have been dozens of different .32 caliber handguns made by them over the years. For a brief history of their company, go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iver_Johnson
The lawn sprinkler was invented in 1871. J. Lessler from Buffalo, New York, patented the sprinkler after city water systems spread in the 1870's.