July 13-15, 2021 Collectible Firearms & Militaria
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Manufactured 1943 as per serial number. Half moon front sight, U notch flat top rear sight. Left side of slide with 2 line 2 block patent and address information with intercepting pony. Correctly numbered to frame under the firing pin retaining plate. Barrel marked "COLT 45 AUTO" on lower left side of chamber, "P" on left side of lug, "G / N" in front of lug. Top of frame bridle with "G" near disconnector hole. Left side of frame with "G.H.D." inspector proof, "P" proof near checkered magazine release. Right side of frame with "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" and serial number (7 and second 3 are stamped more deeply than balance of numbers for unknown reason), and "M1911A1 U.S.ARMY", with crossed cannon cartouche at rear. Checkered spurred hammer, slide release, safety, magazine release. Checkering on slide stop is unusual and may be converted from a serrated release. Long 1911A1 grip safety, arched knurled mainspring housing. Coltwood grips with internal ribs and thick reinforcing rings. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of the parkerization with appropriate burnishing visible in the crossed cannon cartouche. Somewhat heavier than normal handling marks including some silvering throughout. Normal takedown mark. Normal minor silvering to reciprocating areas. Action works appropriately when cycled by hand, bore is excellent with strong rifling. EW
Name
Value
Accessories
Barrel Length
5"
Caliber/Bore
.45 ACP
FFL Status
Curio & Relic
Manufacturer
Colt
Model
1911A1
Paperwork
Serial Number
870833
(C) COLT 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1943).
Bidding
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $1,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $3,120.00
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
Number Bids: 8
Auction closed on Thursday, July 15, 2021.
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