It all depends on CONDITION (just like everything else ) . Start with matching parts (serialized) most important is the matching frame , backstrap and barrel . Everything from rust , pitting , original finish , broken or missing parts , bore condition and rareity dictates the value as does the market demand . Since nobody wants to answer this question yet Ill take a shot at it . Between $900 and $3000 . First you have to determine if you have a first, second, or third generation Colt 1860, or an Italian made replica (it could be marked as a Colt 1860 Army but would also have other markings). Of course, the replica would be low-end and the high-dollar one will be an original in excellent condition with a verifiable history of Confederate use.
The 44 caliber Colt Army Model 1860 revolver began production in 1860 and was made until 1873
A Colt .44 1860 army model with serial number 35 was made in 1860, the first year of production.
if original civil war model then about 1862
if you are referring to the model 1911 Colt pistol with serial number 444810, then it was made by Colt in 1918........................
price depends on overall condition
depending on condition $150 - $250
A Colt single action 1860 army with that serial number was made in 1866.
there are different model colts. what is your model, caliber and overall condition. serial number would help...............
100 to multiple thousands depending on specifics.