200-300 USD. Maybe a little more if Colt did the reblue and you can prove it.
No way to answer without the serial number.
Made in 1951
it's a pistol............
It should have the caliber marked on the barrel,such as"38 Colt New Police".
32 caliber is a little smaller then the 38 caliber
Without the serial number and a very good description to include caliber, bbl length, all markings and any accessories, the question can't be answered.
made about 1917
manufacured about 1915.....................
38 caliber revolver ammo
It stands for the word "cartridge"
made about 1919
Assuming it is a Police Positive Target if it is .22 caliber. It all depends on condition and exact model (1st Issue, 2nd Issue). Anywhere from $200 to $700 plus. firstname.lastname@example.org
No. You did not provide the serial number.
If this is a .38 cal (check the markings on the frame and barrell) it is chambered for .38 caliber. If it is a Police Positive ammunition would be the .38 PP If it is a Police Positive Special you could use .38 PPS Check with any reputable gun shop/dealer or range and they'll give you the information you need.
You can expect the value to be from $150 - $450 depending on the condition.
made about 1913. value depends on condition
if a police positive, then made about 1915