US WWI Colt M1911 Pistol .45 ACP

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A M1911 pistol produced by Colt during 1918 and attributed to Medal of Honor winner Fred William Stockham of the US Marine Corps, 2nd Division, 6th Marines Regiment. Pistol frame is marked "JM" on left side near trigger and "United States Property" and serial number. Slide has Colt roll mark in clear legible condition. Pistol has original bluing in overall good condition with some finish wear on edges and high spots. Checkered wood grips are in good condition with no chips or cracks. Bore is somewhat bright with some pitting throughout. Comes with a belt with a US leather M1911 holster marked "Warren Leather Goods Co/1918" on the back and a M1911 magazine pouch marked "Nov./Russell/1918" with 2 two-tone M1911 magazines inside. A good example of a WWI era M1911 handgun. See photos. SN: 297451

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This item is part of Day 1 - Guns, Ammo, Optics & Sportsmen Gear
 Saturday, Jun 12, 2021 | 10:00 AM  Central
 
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US WWI Colt M1911 Pistol .45 ACP
US WWI Colt M1911 Pistol .45 ACP
Lot number: 1017
Seller: Donley Auction Services Inc.
Event: Day 1 - Guns, Ammo, Optics & Sportsmen Gear
Ends: Saturday, June 12 | 10:00 AM  Central

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