When did the Colt Single Action Army sell?

When did the Colt Single Action Army sell?

RIAC President Kevin Hogan takes a couple minutes to appreciate this beautiful Colt Single Action Army that sold for $195,500 in June 2020. In fact this, is the highest serial number pre-war Single Action we have ever sold. It sold during the June 2020 Premier Auction for $195,500 at Rock Island Auction Company.

What was the serial number of the Paterson Colts?

Paterson Colts Single Action Army & Bisley Revolvers (Pre-War) Single Action Army, Buntline & New Frontier SAA (Post-War) Colt Double Action Revolvers

What was the serial number of the colt Fluck?

Model 1851 Navy Conversion Model 1861 Navy Conversion Model 1862 Police & Pocket Navy Conversion Richards – Mason Conversion M1860 Army Richards Conversion M1860 Army Thuer Conversion Colt Single Action Revolvers top 1851 Navy 1851 Navy London 1851 Navy (Modern production) 1860 Army 1861 Navy Colt Walker Fluck Pre 1st Model Dragoon

Which is the best Colt Single Action Army revolver?

RIAC President Kevin Hogan explains why this magnificent Colt revolver made its way into his top 50 items sold during the September 2020 Premier Auction. This Ainsworth inspected 4th Cavalry marked Colt Cavalry Model Single Action Army Revolver has been described as the best example available by two nationally recognized experts on Colt revolvers.

When was the second generation of Colt revolvers made?

Production resumed in 1956, and these guns are known as “Second” generation Single Action Army revolvers, which are quickly identified by a “SA” suffix at the end of their s/n, and continued through 1975. In 1976 a “Third” generation of Colt Single Action Armys was introduced.

When did they stop making the colt commemorative?

In fact, they aren’t on my list at all. Colt produced Commemorative Guns throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Colt stopped designating guns as a Colt Commemorative in the mid-1980s. Colt manufactured this gold-plated (washed) single-action-.22-caliber revolver in 1961. The commemorative was only offered through Kansas dealers.

When was the last engraved Colt revolver sold?

THE LAST Factory Engraved Colt First Generation Single Action Army Revolver: $195,500 (June 2020) Rock Island Auction Company proudly presents this historic and fresh offering: the last of a generation, the last of an icon, the last factory engraved, 1st Generation Colt Single Action Army revolver.

Which is the last factory engraved Colt SAA?

For decades, serial number 357600 (previously sold by RIAC) was thought to be the last factory engraved 1st Generation SAA until the discovery of this magnificent specimen, 357689, only 89 numbers later.

What causes a Colt single action revolver to stop?

The cylinder stop should still be engaged to the cylinder, preventing rotation. Hammer stop on first click typically seen on a Colt Single Action Army revolver. Failure on any of these points indicates that something is wrong.