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Manufactured 1915. The blued barrel is stamped "S P" together on left lug, which would indicate a Springfield Armory barrel manufactured 1919 to 1937. Left side of frame is stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" with Springfield flaming bomb. Right side of frame is stamped with serial number. Right side of slide has the Springfield eagle and stamped "MODEL OF 1911 U.S. ARMY". Left side of slide has the three line patent date and Colt company, last patent dated "FEBRUARY 14TH 1911" and stamped "SPRINGFIELD ARMORY USA" with Ordnance bomb. Pistol has the Springfield Armory Type III checkered hammer, an original five view hole lanyard loop magazine with typical folded and welded and base, proper checkered safety and slide stop, proper flat mainspring housing and lanyard. Features the correct Springfield diamond checkered walnut stocks with 1.66" top truncated diamond and 1.30" lower truncated diamond. Carved 15 diamonds per inch pattern. Magazine is basically grey-brown patina. Grip straps are grey patina. 60% blue on frame. 70% blue on slide mixing with patina and high edge wear. Razor sharp edges and markings. Fine bore and action. Along with the scarce World War I era Springfield pistol comes an early swivel holster with original strap dated 1915 "SPRINGFIELD ARSENAL" "TCC" inspected, an early gathered bottom canvas two magazine belt pouch with 1907 patent date. Extremely nice, early Springfield World War I rig missing only the belt.
Holster & Magazine Pouch
Barrel Length
.45 ACP
FFL Status
Curio & Relic
1911 U.S. Army
Serial Number
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $1,500.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $3,997.50
Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000
Number Bids: 12
Auction closed on Thursday, June 28, 2018.
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