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09 Jun 2019 12:27 PM

    Just purchased what I believe to be a Red Eagle standard type IV, 9234. Any pointers on how to assess it's originality would be appreciated. And perhaps value as well. I don't have it in my possession as of this writing. It will arrive next week.

    Thank you in advance for your assistance. Mark

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    09 Jun 2019 02:49 PM
    This Ruger Standard Auto was produced in 1950 making it absolutely a Red Eagle made before Ruger changed the medallions from red to black. Collectors want a Red Eagle in better condition. They are available for $400 to $600. In my opinion this pistol (in this condition) would bring in an auction $200 to $350. One person's opinion.
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