|09-22-2010, 12:38 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2010
Colt 1st Dragoon Black Powder
I am new to this site and I have a question that maybe someone can help me with. In October of 1981 my father purchased a Colt 1st Dragoon Black Powder Revolver to commerate the America's Victory Celebration at Yorktown, VA. There were only 100 made for this event. I would like to know how I could go about having this appraised. It is in excellant condition, having been stored in it's own case. It has only been handled with a cloth, never been cocked or fired. Any help would be appreciated.
|09-22-2010, 06:36 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2001
You might call or email Cherry's and ask them.
Cherry's is a specialist in commemorative guns.
Cherry's Fine Guns Home Page Commemorative Firearms
Another source of info would be to contact the Colt Collector's Association for a referral to an expert.
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