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    S&W Mod 19 Pennsylvania State Trooper

    Hello all, I have a Model 19 Pennsylvania State Trooper commemorative, with wood box.
    I would like to know what it's worth, how many were made, and what makes it special?

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    Re: S&W Mod 19 Pennsylvania State Trooper

    75th anniversary 1905-1980, 3000 made, Model 19-4. 4" barrel, gold inlays, wooden presentation box.
    It's value depends on the condition. 3000 isn't a scarce gun. Commemoratives are worth maybe a little more than the regular production gun of the same time, condition is everything. If it is unfired for example, it is worth what an unfired 19-4 is worth, with a slight premium.

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    Re: S&W Mod 19 Pennsylvania State Trooper

    Thank you Geoff40, the pistol is in mint condition, very faint cylinder ring, box is a little scuffed up. I like the fact that it has the smooth grips, high polished blue finish, and is over 30 years old. I paid $450 for it 2 years ago, so I don't feel like I got ripped off.

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    Re: S&W Mod 19 Pennsylvania State Trooper

    You got a very fair price, I think.

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    Re: S&W Mod 19 Pennsylvania State Trooper

    I think so, next I'll get the Texas commem, with the S&W knife.


 

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