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Top row picture on the left is a S&W possibly a Victory Model. Era WWII
Center and right picture top, a Colt New Service, possibly a Model 1909. 1909 to WWI
Center and right picture bottom is a S&W "N" frame, possibly a Model 1917. WWI.

Other gun is an early Colt Police Positive Special. Early 1900's to mid to late-1920's.
 

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dfariswheel,Good Job! You are correct WW2 S&W Navy, next top Colt 1917 bottom 1917 S&W
Bottom left 1909 Colt and early Police Positive.
Police Positive or Police Positive Special (or PP 38 Special)? Cylinder looks a bit long for a PP, but that can be an artifact of the photography. What is it chambered in?
 

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Dale, You have good taste when it comes to war time Colt revolvers. The 1909 Colt is a beautifully finished pistol and pictures don't do it justice. It came with a holster and an unopened box of long Colt. Most of the ones I have seen are redone (and passed around as being correct) and or in terrible shape.
Joe
 
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