If you mean the 1985 Texas 150th sesquicentenial SAA .45 cal sheriffs model?
standard model $1495
premier model elaborate engravings $4995
Most everyone that buys commemoritives never fire them and keep boxes. Fired and without boxes drops value a lot.
Most commemoritives don't gain value because no one that buys them ever shoots them so they're all the same.
$10-$40 depending on new,used,condition,do you have orginal box packaging & paperwork that came with it. If only the plate $10. If you have box & all the paperwork & it is mint condition $40-$50.
somewhere in the neighborhood or 100 to 350 depending on condition, box and paperwork etc.
100-400 USD depending on condition, box, accessories, paperwork, etc..
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of ALL markings, condition, box, accessories, paperwork
no way to answer without knowing the serial number and condition
1000+ depending on condition and if you have the box/paperwork
100-multiple thousands depending on EXACTLY what you have, condition, box, accessories, paperwork, history.
$25-$50, depending on condition of the box, paperwork, etc.
800 or so
It would be around $115 plus 20% more for the box
A lot depends on condition in unfireed condition they can go for as much as 1,000. It must have the box and paperwork with it to be of value to collectors. I good condition figure around 700.
IF an original factory (not aftermarket shortened) gun, 1000-1300 depending on condition. Of course must have paperwork, or need to be paperworked (NFA paperwork) governing short barrel shotguns. If from the Mfg. then it's a $5 tax stamp.
Depends on condition, condition, and condition. Anywhere from $200 for working beater to $1,000 new in the box w/ all paperwork. In the very good condition $500-600 that's lots of blue and good wood with nothing more then general handling marks.
Depending on condition, paperwork, box and grips, between $1,500-$2,500.00
'Paperwork' is a general term and does not need to be pluralized. It infers plurality, and to singularize it, you would say 'a piece of paperwork'.
It's worth anywhere between $475.00 and $525.00, depending on the condition. Most collectors look for the original box and paperwork.
How paperwork is handled depends upon which government you are talking about and what the paperwork is for.
what writing do they use in Ghana paperwork
If truly mint, with the box and all original paperwork; somewhere in the range of 2500
Depending on the condition of the car/ bottle and if you have the original box/ registration paperwork it can be worth up to $150.00
You don't know without the paperwork.
Value depends on condition, box, accessories, paperwork, etc.. Could bary between 200-2000 USD
You can't. No paperwork, no proof.