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I have a Double Nine 22 Western pistol with serial number 1564341 Model W-104. It was made by High Standard Mfg. Co. in Hamden, Conn. Could someone please tell me the year it was made and the appx. value. It has a gold band around the grip and trigger. The grip looks like horn. The condition is very good. All info is appreciated.
 

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Welcome to the forum. The Blue Book list High Standard as using that serial number in 1965, It sounds like you have the HS Double Nine ( Double action, Nine shot = Double Nine ). With out pictures an accurate value can not be given, condition is every thing, however the values range from 355 New in the box down to as low as 55.00$ in poor condition.
 

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You have a catalog number 9129 version of the Double Nine which was a model made between March 1966 ( S/N 1.515,518) and December 1966(1,602,108). Yours, S/N 1,564,341, shipped with key serial number 1,570,556 on 8/9/1966 to account number 3079 on invoice number 13946.

This catalog number has a production rarity of PR-13.



This is a pretty common model so value is very dependent on condition.

John Stimson
 

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Usually a pretty good shooter, especially with Standard velocity or Match/target ammo.

High Standard of Ct. made some awesome pistols over the years...great to teach young'ins how to shoot properly :)
 
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