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Results Released From Garth’s Firearms CONCEPTS 1 AUCTION HOUSE 1125 Arnold Avenue, And Accoutrement Sale Point Pleasant, NJ
SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA
$2,583. With 35” Damascus steel barrels, a crotch walnut stock and extensive inlays, including a dog retrieving ducks on the trigger guard, the shotgun had a strong provenance as well. According to family tradition this was known as the “Goose Gun” and originally belonged to Edward Tilghman Paca of Maryland (1812-1852), who
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PUBLIC AUCTION Antique Wooden Wheel Wagons, Antique Farm Items, Signs, Milk Bottles
SAT., APRIL 26, 2014 9:00 A.M. 600 Summit Dr., (MOUNTVILLE), LANCASTER, PA 17601 Antique Farm Items & Wagons: Enterprise Troy, PA Dog Tread Power, (2) wooden wheel farm wagons, bobsled with Gillis box, IHC Horse Mower, IHC Lime Distributor, Nice wooden IHC one hole corn sheller, several one & two hole corn shellers, NH Zimmerman Plate mill (nice original), bobsled, steel wheel cart, several decorated grain cleaners, potato sorter, oat roller, Mountville Items: Corn shellers, corn cracker, jack, D. Root & Son Plow (Mountville), bag truck, 1800’s Mountville Carnival - Picnic posters & more, 50+ colorful Feed bags with names many local, ant. Fireman’s pressurized tank, several nice cream separators DeLaval & others, Oliver & other implement wrenches, feed bag holders, bag trucks, hand corn planters, wheelbarrow & hand seeders, Manns bone grinder, 1 row horse drawn corn planters, horse plows, horse weight ties, hay forks, pumpkin cutters, Root & Case York, PA platform scales, copper washing machine, box corn shellers, NI wagon side, feed box & much more. Signs & Advertising: Large selection of metal advertising signs, Dekalb, Pioneer, Kasco Feeds, Purina Chow, DeLaval, Sealtest Milk & Ice Cream, Good’s Restaurant Rohrerstown, PA, local church & other signs, road signs, Jamesway Choring Clock, Case of Dr. LeGear’s new old stock cans of Poultry Tabs & Garden Insecticide & more. Milk Bottles & Dairy Items: Merhing pedal milking machine, Foot pedal butter churn, large barrel butter churn, Metal Gravity Milk Coolers, Butter Fat Testers, Milkers, Milk can cart, Local Pint & Quart Milk bottles including: Marticville, Lancaster, Millersville, Columbia, Rohrerstown, Mount Joy, Elizabethtown, Hummelstown, Middletown, Lititz, Ephrata & more Bottle caps & caper, much more not listed. Seller: George & Lois Baltozer
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Warmed by an industrial boxes of Winchester 44 estimated at $900-1,500, but heater and aggressive bid- Smith & Wesson Russian, sold for well above that ding, the bidders at Garth’s 246 grain smokeless car- thanks to elements such as a realized 7.5” barrel and hard rubAuctions on Feb. 8th at the tridges ber grips displaying Firearms & Accoutrement $450; and a lot with ten boxes both Rampant Colt auction braved a blustery day, of Western and Shield Eagle, which had been preceded by brand as well as serial copious snow throughout the 38-40 number 140588. week. Competition for the calThe 20th-centu420+ lots of firearms, iber ry Colt Python bladed weapons, ammu357 Magnum, nition, and more was estimated at active despite the weath$800-$1,200, was er, with nearly 200 bida double action, six ders participating shot revolver with 6” either in-house or vent rib barrel, faux horn online live during the sale. Most lots, however, A decorated Persian spiked grips and a wood presentawith chainmail skirt, sold to those dedicated atten- helmet adjustable nose guard and a tion case. Twenty-four other dees on-site, who were forced red cloth liner was sold togeth- Colt lots sold in the four-figto fend off bidders that had er with a shield decorated with ure range, including a 1849 left almost 1,000 absentee various men on horseback. It percussion pocket revolver ($2,280); a Colt bids prior to the auction start. sold for $1,230. “Commander Super 38” The top lot was one of 34 in the sale bearing the center-fire Winchester car- automatic pistol with two Winchester name. One of two tridges in a metal ammuni- extra clips ($2,160); a John Wayne commemorative Colt model 1873 rifles offered, lot tion tin made $420. Of the 75 Colt lots 45 single action revolver 63 was a Third Model lever action, 38 W.C.F. caliber rifle offered, two revolvers tied model P 1840 with 4.5” barwith a 24” octagonal barrel, for the next highest lot price rel, white grips, and a very folding front hooded sight, at $3,600. A classic 19th cen- nice presentation lock box and oiled walnut stock. This tury Colt “Peacemaker” sin- with key and factory letter very nice example dating gle action 32 W.C.F. caliber, ($1,968); and a Colt New from 1888 bore a serial num- six shot revolver was Service double action, six shot, 44 caliber revolver, ber of 270873B and sold for s e r i a l more than dounumber ble the high Sold estimate at for $4,440, this Winchester Model 1873 1 4 7 4 6 $4,440. The rifle is a Third Model, 38 W.C.F. caliber rifle with ($1,169). A double other example 24” octagonal barrel, folding front hooded sight, and oiled barrel, 8 gauge dated to 1889 walnut stock. percussion with a serial shotgun n u m b e r made by 319309B, and According to family tradition, this douAlexander it sold just ble barrel, 8 gauge percussion shotgun was known above estimate as the “Goose Gun” and originally belonged to Edward McComas of at $1,560. A Tilghman Paca of Maryland (1812-1852) and has B a l t i m o r e , Winchester Model 94 descended in his family. Edward was a grandson of Maryland, was highlight carbine realized $600; Governor William Paca, signer of the Declaration of a selling for a group of three full Independence. It sold for $2,583.
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Published on Apr 15, 2014