Colt Commemoratives

Colt Commemoratives: Colt Revolvers, Civil War Colt Revolvers & Colt 1911s for Sale

Commemorative Colt revolvers for sale and Colt 1911s for sale are distinct collectables that deserve their own category. Colt commemoratives also include popular Civil War Colt revolvers and special releases like Buntline single action revolvers and John Browning 1911s. Our inventory changes frequently as we acquire and sell, so make sure to check our new arrivals regularly.

Take a look at our commemorative Colts below and browse our other commemorative firearms. If you’re interested in other highly collectable handguns, make sure to check out our modern handguns and antique handguns.

For more information about our firearms or other collectables, call us at (877) 214-9327 or email info@collectorsfirearms.com.

Colt Bicentennial...

Colt Bicentennial Commemorative 3-Gun Set...

Price $9,500.00

Colt Bicentennial Commemorative 3-Gun Set. The set includes a Colt Python, Single Action Army, and a Dragoon revolver with accessories. All guns have matching serial numbers (316), and have a beautiful Royal Blue finish. Only 1776 sets were made. The set is in a three-drawer walnut display case with Colt Armsmear book.

Colt Y.O. Ranch...

Colt Y.O. Ranch Commemorative Single Action...

Price $11,500.00

Rare Y.O. Ranch Commemorative. Scroll engraved with silver finish and fancy grips with the Y.O. logo inlaid in one side. Excellent condition with case, Y.O Ranch ammo, belt buckle and cowhide bound book on the Y.O. ranch. A beautiful and desirable Texas collectors edition.

Prototype Colt San Diego...

Prototype Colt San Diego Police Dept Special...

Price $2,995.00
Prototype Colt San Diego Police Dept Special Edition Series 70 .45 ACP caliber pistol. This Colt Government Model Series 70 .45 pistol is the prototype produced for the San Diego Police Department Special Edition in 1982. This gun has been in the personal collection of the owner of the company who commissioned these guns from Colt, and comes with a letter from the owner explaining the history...