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APRIL 9 & 10, 2016


PLEASE NOTE: BIDDING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THIS CATALOG. This digital catalog is only for viewing the items included in this auction.

To bid on any items you see in this catalog, visit www.MorphyAuctions.com and click on bidding.


Quality Collections

Fresh to the Market.

SOLD $96,000 SOLD $10,800

SOLD $210,000

SOLD $300,000

SOLD $60,000

SOLD $414,000

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SOLD $84,000


2000 North Reading Road Denver, PA 17517 877-968-8880

SOLD $36,000

4520 Arville Street Las Vegas, NV 89103 702-382-2466

SOLD $44,500

SOLD $276,000 SOLD $7,800

SOLD $15,600


About Us With an emphasis on fresh to the market collections, Morphy Auctions is the perfect venue for buying and selling with total confidence.

Morphy Auctions in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania & Las Vegas, Nevada, has become one of the great success stories of the antiques trade. Founded by Dan Morphy in 1997, Morphy’s has realized meteoric growth and set numerous world auction records in many categories, while attracting a global following of buyers that grows exponentially with each successive sale. Our goal is to provide the best overall buying and selling experience for our customers. With one of the largest under-roof auction houses in the country, the Morphy Auctions east coast headquarters spans over 45,000 sq. ft. The building is customized to meet the growing and changing needs of the antiques industry. Our west coast location in Las Vegas, NV has recently undergone extensive renovations and facility upgrades. Upon entering either of our locations you will notice an inviting customer service area conveniently staffed with full-time, knowledgeable employees and antiques experts who are happy to assist you. Whether you visit us on the east or west coast, Morphy Auctions takes

pride in providing you with quality antiques, professional service, and an enjoyable consignment experience. Morphy Auctions has a team of experts to assess your collection and assist you in every step of the consignment process. Our expert team is listed at the end of this catalog and includes specialists from all collecting categories, including: advertising, coin-op, toys, cast iron, dolls, fine and decorative arts, firearms, plus many more. With our main headquarters located in Denver, Pennsylvania, our proximity to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., makes us easily accessible to potential auction bidders and consignors. Similarly, our west coast location in Las Vegas, NV makes us easily accessible from those located in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento. Morphy Auctions is grounded in the values of honesty and integrity. We continue to be the discriminating collector’s #1 choice when it comes to buying or selling antiques.

SOLD $69,000

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Consigning With Us “We have known and dealt with the Morphy family for the past 25 years. We have always found the whole family helpful and welcoming. Dan is a driving force and energetic personality who will professionally represent your collection in the marketplace. With the close support of his whole family, you can be confident that you and your collection will receive direct personal attention. You will always enjoy a friendly welcome and be assured that you will be treated fairly. The result will be a great auction experience.” - John & Adrienne Haley, United Kingdom

SOLD $46,000

Morphy Auctions offers a wide range of categories from Tiffany to mechanical banks, specializing in “fresh to the market” collections. We work hard to create a welcoming atmosphere that encourages optimal financial results for our consignors. We are committed to taking the utmost care in handling the items, giving our consignors the personalized attention and dedicated staff support they deserve, and making every auction a high-profile event in every sense. From the extended preview to the prime auction location and professional advertising and marketing campaign, it’s easy to see why your collection should be entrusted to the experts at Morphy’s. We never cut corners, and to ensure proper attention is given to each collection, a minimum of four months’ lead time is required for all consignments. All consignments are entered into a custom-designed inventory system and auction database in order to ensure proper documentation and inventory tracking. Throughout the entire process, all auction items are fully insured, from the moment we take possession of goods until ownership has transferred on the date of sale.

SOLD $143,750

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Morphy Auctions in Denver, PA and Las Vegas, NV prides itself in our customized facilities designed to meet the growing and changing needs of the antiques industry. Our goal is to provide

AT A GLANCE • Dedicated Display Rooms

the best overall buying and selling experience for our customers.

• Display Cases & Professionally Lit Floor Display

Our clean, well-lit, fully carpeted and climate-controlled

• Theater-Style Seats, each with a Lap Desk and Cup Holder

galleries are customized to ensure the ideal atmosphere for the antiques and collectibles housed within. Whether large or small, all of the antiques are properly secured and professionally

• Customized Customer Service Area

displayed to maximize their eye appeal.

• Climate Controlled

East Coast Headquarters:

• 3 Fully Equipped Photography Studios

Attributes of the facility include executive and staff offices, conference rooms, holding areas for loading/unloading goods, custom-built storage spaces with museum-quality rack systems, self-contained photography studios, and dedicated shipping and

• Black-Light Room • Loading/Unloading Holding Area

packing areas.

• Custom-Built Storage Area

The stylish auction room, features comfortable theater-style

• Museum-Quality Rack & Drawer System

seats, a marble floor and decorative tin ceiling with ambient lighting. With technology continually evolving, Morphy’s

• In-House Shipping Department

strives to offer state-of-the-art options for bidding and auction

• Fully Stocked Packing Room

participation. The auction room’s design features the latest telecommunications, wireless technology and custom acoustics for the best auction experience possible.

• State-of-the-Art Security System • Over 100 Parking Spaces

Adjacent to the auction room is a sleek and comfortable dining facility equipped with an audio-feed function and windows to

• Open 7 Days a Week 9:00am-4:00pm

enable bidders to monitor the auction activity while dining. The facility also has an outdoor patio area. Ample parking and all-weather canopy over the front door allow for easy customer deliveries and pickups. Morphy’s utilizes a fully enclosed loading/unloading dock with hydraulic lift for larger-scale antiques and tractor-trailer deliveries and pickups. No collection is too large or too small for Morphy Auctions to consider.

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Terms & Conditions We advise all bidders to read the Terms and Conditions of the Sale before bidding with Dan Morphy Auctions LLC and/or its affiliates Morphy Firearms LLC, and Morphy Auctions, Las Vegas collectively referred to below as DMA. Those who bid are bound by those Terms and Conditions of the Sale, as amended by any oral announcement or posted notices, which together form the contract of the sale between the successful bidder (purchaser), DMA and the seller (consignor) of the lot.

TERMS OF SALE

When bidding on any lot offered by DMA, the bidder indicates acceptance of the following Terms of Sale. Any participation in the auction binds you to agreement of these terms whether or not you read or understand said terms.

CONDITION OF ITEMS

DMA makes every effort to accurately describe all items offered in its sales, however all items for sale are “as is,” and it is the bidder’s responsibility (present or absentee bidders) to determine the exact condition of each item. DMA will not be held responsible for typographical errors. Neither we nor the consignor, make any guarantees, warranties, or representation expressed, or implied, in regard to the property or the correctness of the catalog or other description of the authenticity of authorship, physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, provenance, exhibition, literature or historic relevance of the property or otherwise. No statement anywhere whether oral or written, shall be deemed such a guarantee, warranty or representation. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been restored. The consigner and we make no representation or warranty as to whether the purchaser acquires any reproduction rights in the property. Returns will not be accepted under any circumstances. All items will be available for preview one (1) month prior to the auction. All items are sold for display purpose. If electrical, mechanical, or other working parts are inoperable, even if working at the time of sale, we are not liable due to the inherent nature of the age of these antiques and items. FIREARMS – All firearms transfers will be in strict accordance with all International, Federal, State and local laws. Be sure to check your country, state and local laws before bidding. If you are unable to import, purchase or own a firearm according to your residency laws, do not bid on these items. If you bid and find out later you cannot legally own/accept delivery, the bid is still a valid contract that the buyer must pay. • Condition of Firearms and Related Items °° Condition is always a subjective evaluation. Final responsibility rests with the buyer to assess the condition of items. It is not possible to adequately describe in text or photos an antique or collectible item, and many modern items, that have seen use and show wear. DMA’s goal at all times is to be as fair and honest in our catalog descriptions. DMA recommends that you personally inspect all items, or enlist a trusted professional to do so for you. °° DMA will only consider a refund when there is a major description discrepancy or authenticity issue that has a major effect on value. Examples that apply are major restoration or repair not described, counterfeits, reproductions or major fabrications. °° DMA will not refund sales with buyers that have disputes regarding a firearm’s bore condition. °° If the discrepancy is less than major, DMA will not under any circumstance provide a refund. This means that if you are purchasing an item and find undisclosed blemishes, finish differences, wood-to-metal fits issues, surface cracks or chips in wood, dings and dents, and other similar differences, it will not qualify for refund consideration. °° Should the buyer have a major dispute regarding an item, the buyer must notify DMA within three (3) days of receipt of the item to

receive consideration. DMA in its sole discretion may provide refunds for major description discrepancies or authenticity issues. Should DMA deny an authenticity issue dispute of the buyer, and the buyer is not satisfied, the buyer may, at his or her own expense, obtain the written opinion of two mutually agreed upon recognized experts in the field of the disputed item. The final decision of those experts will determine any refund consideration. °° There will be no options for refunds of any type beyond 35 calendar days from the auction date. °° Paying late and thus receiving items late will not change the limitation on the dates above for refund consideration. DMA ships items in order of payment. °° These terms are available only to the original buyer of record. All sales are final. • Firearms Catalog Designations °° A: antique °° M: modern (post 1898), Federal Firearms License (FFL) requirements apply °° C: curio & relic eligible °° N: National Firearms Act / Title II Gun Control Act of 1968 (Class III SOT) requirements apply • Checkout and pickup at our location: °° The same person to whom the bidder number is registered must be the person to pick up the firearm(s) at the conclusion of the sale – Federal Law disallows anyone else from accepting the transfer. °° Modern firearms sales to non-licensed bidders who are picking up guns at our location will require the completion of a form 4473 background check. °° PA auctions only - Handgun purchases also require an additional PICS form/background check for each handgun purchased. This process to fill out forms and obtain a response may take 5-10 minutes. Any applicable state fees associated with these checks will be added to the customer’s invoice. °° NV auctions only - If you have a Conceal & Carry permit issued July 1, 2001 or later, you do not need to complete the background check. °° If you are “Denied” by FBI / PICS background check, you will not be able to take possession of the firearm and the firearm will be consigned to the next available firearm auction. If you do not pay for the item in full, bidder will be blocked from participating in future firearm auctions. °° If you are appealing a “Denied” decision, we will hold the firearm only if you pay in full. °° Licensed bidders, i.e. Federal Firearms licensees or Curios & Relics license holders must present a current signed copy of their license. C&R licensee purchases must conform to the BATF C&R requirements. °° Class 3 weapons processing depends on if the purchaser is a dealer or an individual °° Dealers: Need a copy of FFL and SOT license. Estimated time for processing and approval of the required Form 3 is two months. °° Individuals: Law requires a completed Form 4. DMA will assist in preparing and getting steps done, includes fingerprint, photo, and a fee of $200. Estimated time for processing and approval of Form 4 is 6-8 months.

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Terms & Conditions • Shipping

°° PA auctions only - Non-Residents of Pennsylvania may not pickup modern handguns. Any firearms shipped are legally required to be shipped to an ATF licensed FFL dealer within your state of residence for transfer and pickup. You will be responsible for all shipping and transfer costs incurred. °° NV auctions only - Non-residents of Nevada may not pickup modern handguns. °° Modern handguns are required to be shipped via Priority Overnight. °° Modern long guns are shipped via ground to the FFL dealer. °° Upon paying for the firearm you can contact a licensed dealer to send their FFL to firearms@morphyauctions.com with the paid invoice number notated. °° DMA will not be responsible for exporting modern firearms or any ammunition. Buyer will need to locate a US dealer that can export these items to their country.

• Long guns will only be sold to persons 18 years of age, or older. Handguns will only be sold to those persons 21 years of age, or older. Dealers are bound by these minimum age requirements. • Since all firearms sold are “collectible” items, DMA does not test the safety or warrant functionality of these firearms. All firearm purchases should be examined by a certified gunsmith prior to shooting. • DMA reserves the right to deny the sale of a firearm to any buyer

GOODS MADE FROM OR CONTAINING MATERIALS FROM PROTECTED SPECIES - DMA does not accept any responsibility or liability for the sale of items containing materials from protected species or for any omission in marking or labeling goods as containing materials from protected species. Such material includes, but is not limited to, ivory from elephants and walruses, tortoise shell, crocodile skin, whalebone, rhinoceros horn, some species of coral and certain woods. Restrictions on the importation, exportation, sale, transfer, and/or possession of goods containing materials from protected species derive from international, federal, and state laws and regulations promulgated thereunder. Laws include, but are not limited to, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Flora and Fauna (CITES), the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and the Marine Mammals Protection Act (MMPA). States currently restricting trade of protected species include, but are not limited to, California, New York and New Jersey. Prospective purchasers are on notice that several countries completely prohibit importation of property made, all or in part, of protected materials. Some countries require special permits, such as a CITES permit, from the relevant regulating authority in the countries of exportation and importation as well. Potential purchasers intending to import the property into another country should be familiar with the relevant customs laws and regulations prior to bidding on goods containing material from protected species. Regulations may vary as the U.S. generally prohibits importation of articles containing material(s) from species it has designated endangered or threatened if the articles are less than 100 years old, subject to certain exceptions. It shall be the potential purchaser’s sole responsibility to research and satisfy the requirements of any laws and regulations that apply to the import and export of property as described in the aforementioned paragraphs. All purchasers agree to comply with any and all domestic and international restrictions on the trade of protected species as a condition of the sale. Please note that the ability to obtain an export license or certificate does not ensure the ability to obtain an import

license or certificate in another country, and vice versa. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to obtain any export or import licenses and/or certificates as well as any other required documentation. DMA is not able to assist the purchaser in attempting to obtain the appropriate licenses and/or certificates, and there is no assurance that an export license or certificate can be obtained. The inability or delay in obtaining permits, licenses or other permissions to import or export goods containing material from protected species will not constitute a basis for rescission or cancellation of the sale of said goods or the delay in payment of purchased items in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions. Grading Scale: Near Mint Plus 97% - 100% Near Mint 90% - 96% Excellent 80% - 89% Very Good 70% - 79% Good Below 70%

BIDDING RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES

The auctioneer will determine the highest bidder. The auctioneer alone has the right to reopen the bidding of an item if deemed necessary due to a dispute. If there is a tie bid between the floor and Internet or absentee bid, the floor bid takes precedence. DMA and its representatives reserve the right to remove those attendees who impede preview and/or the auction. Title to all merchandise shall pass to the highest bidder at the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer. The buyer will then assume all risk and full responsibility of the lot purchased once ownership has changed. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. DMA is not responsible for any errors in bids, omissions of bids, or failure to execute bids and shall have no liability to any bidder for any technical or other failure associated with the internet, absentee bidding, or telephone bidding. • ABSENTEE BIDDING - DMA will accept absentee bids if pre-authorized by mail, fax or through www.morphyauctions. com online. Absentee bidders must use the absentee bid form and clearly mark the lot number, title and maximum bid amount. Absentee bidding forms may be accessed online at www. morphyauctions.com. If there are two (2) identical bids placed on the same item, priority will be given to the first bid received. All bids must be left in increments as explained on our bid form. If a bid is “out of increment,” the auctioneer has the right to round the bid up to the next correct increment. Bidders may preview, register and place bids online through our website, www. morphyauctions.com. Absentee and online bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com will be auto charged to the credit card entered 48 hours after the end of the sale. If you wish to pay by another method please contact us within 48 hours after the sale. Seller(s) agree to allow the Auctioneer to accept and execute absentee bids in a competitive manner for potential buyers and under the Morphy Auctions absentee bidding terms and conditions. During the live sale, the auctioneer will execute your absentee bid competitively up to the maximum amount you have indicated. • ONLINE BIDDING - Online bidding through www.morphyauctions. com, Live Auctioneers, Invaluable, Proxibid, or other bidding platforms may be available; all Terms and Conditions still apply. If there is a tie bid between the internet bidding venues and the floor, the floor bid takes precedence. If a credit card has been (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions provided to one of the online bidding platforms, DMA reserves the right to use and charge the credit card if the winning bidder has not paid via another method by the 7 day term in Payment Terms below. Due to our fast paced auctions and bids coming from floor bidders, phone bidders, internet bidders and absentee bids, the auctioneer has the final word on all item(s) sold. You (the bidder) assume the risk of winning an item online and not having the item actually sell to you. This is due to the final call of the auctioneer and the operator not being able to re-open that lot. . • BID RESULTS – DMA will only contact successful bidders. Please allow 24-48 hours post auction to receive your official invoice from Morphy Auctions. The invoice will include item, hammer price, premium, packing and handling, shipping, insurance, and any other charges that apply. Please hold phone inquiries regarding bid success until after receiving your invoice. For verifications, DMA cannot provide winning bid information until the second business day after the auction. DMA will not provide bidder information to any outside sources. • TELEPHONE BIDDING - Requests for phone lines must be received at least three (3) days prior to the auction date. DMA cannot guarantee phone lines but will make every attempt to accommodate those who wish to participate through that method. Phone lines are provided on a first come first served basis. Please visit www.morphyauctions.com or call 717-335-3435 to request a call from our representatives during the live auction.

BID INCREMENTS

Bid increments listed are a general guideline. Actual increments are at the auctioneer’s discretion. If a lot does not receive a bid of 25% of the low estimate, the lot will be passed by the auctioneer. $0 - $500…................$25 $500 - $1,000….........$50 $1,000 - $2,000…......$100 $2,000 - $5,000…......$250 $5,000 - $10,000....…$500 $10,000 +…............... Auctioneer’s discretion

RESERVES

The majority of our items are unreserved, but occasionally items may carry a moderate reserve. Please note that when a lot carries a reserve, the reserve is usually somewhere below our low estimate. In the case of a reserved item, the seller has authorized the auctioneer to bid on their behalf until the reserve price is reached.

BUYER’S PREMIUM

A 22% buyer’s premium will be added to all successful bids and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase cost. If payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer is made within 7 days of the sale a 2% discount may be taken on the Hammer price by the buyer. DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IF INVOICE IS PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. Split payments are subject to a 22% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment.

2) an incorrect interpretation of the applicable statute, 3) or any other reason. The appropriate form or certificate must be on file at and verified by DMA five days prior to Auction, or tax must be paid; only if such form or certificate is received by DMA within 4 days after the Auction can a refund of tax paid be made. Lots from different auctions may not be aggregated for sales tax purposes.

PAYMENT

All merchandise must be paid in full within seven (7) days of the date of the sale. If payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer is made within 7 days of the sale, a 2% discount on the Hammer price may be taken by the buyer. DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IF INVOICE IS PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. Split payments are subject to a 22% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment. Purchases totaling $100,000 or more must be paid within three (3) days of the date of the sale. Call 717-335-3435 to pay your invoice by phone or mail payment to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC - 2000 N Reading Rd., Denver, PA 17517 Absentee bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com and Proxibid.com will be auto charged to the credit card entered 48 hours after the end of the sale. If you wish to pay by another method please contact us within 48 hours after the sale. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks/ certified checks, wire transfers, money orders, and cash. • CREDIT CARD - For first time buyers and credit card charges greater than $2,500.00 buyers must complete the bottom portion of the invoice and must specifically sign the acknowledgement of our terms of sale before we will accept payment via credit card. We do offer the convenience of paying automatically by credit card. If you wish have your card automatically charged for all purchases please complete our “Authorization for Automatic Credit Card Use.” We have this form available online or upon request. Split payments are subject to a 22% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment. • CHECK - There will be a $30.00 service charge for returned checks. Make checks payable to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC. DMA reserves the right to hold items paid for by personal or company check until said check clears (14 days). DMA has the right to hold all checks over $2,000.00. Customers who have an established successful buying history with DMA may be exempt from this. We will accept a personal or company check >$2,000 and/or from a first time buyer if you provide a Bank Letter of Credit, available on our website, www.morphyauctions.com. • WIRE TRANSFERS – There will be a $30.00 charge added to all wire transfers less than $2,000.00. Please add this amount to your invoice total before sending a wire transfer. In the few situations where a successful bidder does not remit payment when due, DMA will proceed with the legal steps necessary to protect its interests and will block the bidder from future auction participation.

SALES TAX

Lots delivered to you, or your representative are subject to all applicable state and local taxes, unless appropriate permits are on file with DMA. Bidder agrees to pay DMA the actual amount of tax due in the event that sales tax is not properly collected due to: 1) an expired, inaccurate, or inappropriate tax certificate or declaration, (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions PACKING/SHIPPING

• It is the bidder’s responsibility to take shipping and handlings & insurance costs into consideration when bidding on items. • BIDDERS PRESENT AND TAKING ITEMS AFTER AUCTION – Since item liability transfers upon a successful bid, items paid for must be packed, transported and/or removed by the purchaser at his/ her own risk after the close of the sale. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. If any employee or agent of DMA shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the purchaser. DMA shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. • ITEMS NOT PICKED UP THE DAY OF THE SALE – Packaging, shipping, and insurance on items will be made available as an added courtesy and cost. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. Again, if any employee or agent of DMA shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the purchaser. DMA shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. All applicable charges will be applied. Shipping will be based on actual costs via FedEx, FedEx Freight, or USPS (best way). Handling and insurance will vary in cost depending on each invoice. All packages will be shipped with insurance. Items will ship seven to fourteen (7-14) business days after payment is received. • INSURANCE – Shipping insurance is automatically added up to $1,000 for every package. If your package is valued at >$10,000 we will also automatically add “Additional Insurance”, which you can decline by contacting us. If you wish to arrange for “Additional Insurance” for packages valued between $1,000 and $10,000 please contact us prior to payment and we can quote this additional insurance amount for you. Insurance for all 3rd party shipments must be arranged through that carrier. • INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS – DMA has the capability to ship to international bidders. By law, DMA cannot, and will not, declare lesser values for any international purchases and all shipments will include the invoice with purchase totals including the buyer’s premium and shipping cost. All international bidders are responsible for knowing their country’s laws on importing items and for paying all customs and duties on the items. • 3RD PARTY SHIPPING of Large Items – Bidders MUST arrange and pay for 3rd party shipping when packages are a certain weight, length, or dimensional size. ∙ Dimensional size is length (the longest measurement) + (height x 2) + (width x 2). For example a 36” x 36” x 12” package = 36 + (36 x2) + (12 x 2) = 132” ∙ USA home shipments must be <70 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size ∙ USA business shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size ∙ International shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <130” dimensional size ∙ There may be certain shipments that meet these requirements that will still require 3rd party shipping, and we will communicate the reason in those cases. • STORAGE FEE – DMA will charge a storage fee of $50/week for any items awaiting pickup for more than 30 days.

APPLICABLE LAW

These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Each of the parties hereto hereby submits to the federal or state courts located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, for the exclusive jurisdiction of any disputes in connection with these terms and conditions.

BINDING ARBITRATION

Any dispute under the terms and conditions shall be resolved, and any relief sought (including equitable relief) may be granted, by binding arbitration in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association. Each party will bear one-half of the cost of the arbitrator’s fee. A prevailing party is entitled to recover its attorney’s fees, costs and expenses.

POST SALE RETURN POLICY

• DMA hires knowledgeable experts to provide catalog descriptions on the merchandise we sell. Every effort is made to ensure those descriptions are accurate and that they fully disclose any exceptions to condition. Any buyer who has made their payment within the due date of 7 days who wishes to report a problem must notify DMA within three (3) days of receipt of their purchased item. Buyers who have not made their payment within the due date of 7 days may not return any items under any circumstances after 35 days of the auction. No lots purchased by floor bidders (including those bidders acting as agents for others) may be returned. A Return Authorization Number (RA#) must be issued by DMA before you ship anything back to our address. Any items arriving without a return authorization will not be given a refund. The item in question must be shipped with the RA# on the outside and inside of the package, with full insurance, so it arrives at DMA within one week of the aforementioned authorization. Please visit www.MorphyAuctions.com for our complete terms and conditions.


Auction Details

APPROXIMATE AUCTION TIMES

Auctioneer sells approximately 80-100 lots per hour.

SATURDAY LOTS 1 - 100 9:00 AM 101 - 200 10:00 AM 201 - 300 11:00 AM 301 - 400 12:00 PM 401 - 500 1:00 PM 501 - 600 2:00 PM 601 - 700 3:00 PM 701 - 777 4:00 PM

SUNDAY LOTS 800 - 900 9:00 AM 901 - 1,000 10:00 AM 1,001 - 1,100 11:00 AM 1,101 - 1,200 12:00 PM 1,201 - 1,300 1:00 PM 1,301 - 1,400 2:00 PM 1,401 - 1,500 3:00 PM 1,501 - 1,537 4:00 PM

Gallery is open 7 days a week 9:00am - 4:00pm

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Invoices will be processed the Monday after the auction date. Dan Morphy Auctions will not be held responsible for typographical errors and all lots are sold by description, not by illustration.

Auction Location: Morphy Auctions 2000 N. Reading Road â&#x2C6;&#x2122; Denver, PA 17517 | 877-968-8880

All rights reserved. Entire contents copyright 2016, Dan Morphy Auctions LLC. Copyright includes, but is not limited to, print media, microform and electronic media, such as CD-ROMS and online computer services.

PA AH001884 NV 2000951.056-221 & 2000084.846


Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

Saturday Session

APRIL 9, 2016 Auction Starts at 9:00am

LOTS: 1 - 777

Items Now On Preview Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 4:00pm Auction Day Preview Begins at 8:00am ∙ 2 2 % BUYER’ S PRE MIUM ∙

Auctioneers: Andy Ourant Dave Conley

Division Consultants: Scot Kauffman Firearms General Manager

Dave Bushing

Firearms Division Expert

Gallery is open 7 days a week 9:00am - 4:00pm

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LOT - 1

1 - (A) PEABODY SADDLE RING CARBINE. Caliber .50 rimfire, Barrel length 20”. This carbine was manufactured by the Providence Tool Company in Rhode Island from 1866 to 1871. There is a cartouche on left side of stock that appears to be a “W.C.” as found on all foreign contracts. Left side of frame has the maker legend. Single leaf folding rear site. Metal finish is a mix of blue and brown having been refinished with pitting showing through. Walnut stocks with added finish are good with a 4” crack on the forearm and numerous dings. Strong bore, fine action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 2 2 - (A) FRENCH GRAS MODEL 1874/M80 RIFLE. Serial No. 4465. Caliber 11x59Rmm, Barrel length is 32”. Frame stamped “MDL 1866/74”. Manufactured at St. Etienne. Manufactured without hand guard with a full length walnut stock and blued furniture. Numerous inspector marks. Top of frame stamped “France”, bolt is stamped “RS60710”, left side of stock is stamped “63242”. This is a single shot, bolt action that has the iron butt plate. Metal is a blue - brown patina, stock is excellent with some carving on the right side, trigger guard is in age spotted gun metal gray. Bolt is also stamped “2910”. Gras rifle with standard military issue beginning in 1874. Very good bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 3 3 - (A) PRUSSIAN MILITARY PERCUSSION RIFLE W/BAYONET. Caliber .60 bore, Barrel length 37”. Excellent strong rifled bore, Top of barrel stamped “SEDE?L” Lock has Prussian proof stamped “1861”. Mid - 19th century three band military musket. Proof marks on all three bands, sling swivels, iron furniture, walnut stock. Rifle is all original and untouched. All metal is a smooth untouched brown patina with a “2” stamped on the side plate. Wood stocks are excellent with no cracks and usual wear. Prussian inspector mark and a carved “W.L.” on the left side of stock. Comes with a bayonet. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 4 4 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD M1869 CADET TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 1565. Cal .50-70 government, Barrel length 29-5/8”. Lock is stamped “US Springfield” dated 1864. Includes: 1868 rear sight, two barrel bands stamped “U”, lock is stamped “1869 US” with Eagle head, “1565” on left side of barrel and frame, ESA cartouche in oval on left side, readable but faint, small “30” painted on left side (unit), trigger guard does not have provision for a sling swivel (proper) but front barrel band is a replacement with a sling swivel. Wood is very good, shy at tang with as small repair on right side front plate. Repair crack on left side wrist. Strong bore with black powder abrasions. Metal is a grey patina with brown age freckling. Action fine. These rifles were built using the Allen conversion system with new and surplus Civil War parts. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 5 5 - (A) GERMANIC MILITARY STYLE BOYS TRAINING MUSKET. NSN. Barrel length 30” Bore diameter is .54 percussion, offered is Austrian Prussian Mid -19 century military cadet training rifle, a diminutive version of a military musket smooth bore, 3 barrel bands, ram rod and military sights with walnut stock. There is no maker attribution but this rifle is in excellent untouched condition, never cleaned, all original. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 6 6 - (A) PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE NSN. 37-3/4” barrel in .54 caliber percussion. No maker on barrel. Lock appears to be to stamped “J. Henry”. Features a striped maple stock with checkered wrist, three barrel wedges with escutcheons, three brass rod retaining thimbles, single trigger, brass trigger guard, brass butt-plate and heel guard. There is a nickel deer inlay on left cheek piece, a brass thumb plate, and a Brass patch-box that has a beautiful patina. Metal over-all is a dark brown patina. Stock has chipping around side-plate and tang, otherwise very good. Working condition. 400.00 - 600.00

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7 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW WALL RIFLE. Serial No. 27041. 24” barrel in .32 long rim-fire caliber. Manufactured 1888. This rifle features a full round barrel, walnut stock, rifle butt, single shot, falling block, with globe front sight and tang rear. Very good rifling with usual black powder abrasion. Rifle retains approximately 90% of the expertly re-applied blue finish. Stocks are very good, albeit butt-plate is ill-fitting and has been custom checkered. Action is fine. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 8 8 - (A) STEYR MODEL 1886 MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. DD342. 32” barrel in 8mm caliber. A very clean Model 1886 Steyr Rifle with bayonet. Barrel and frame numbers match but bolt number is not matching (AA690). The European walnut stock is very good with a few typical military handling dings, numbered to match barrel and frame, and comes with an original cleaning rod. Caliber is 8X60R and has a 32” barrel with a strong bore. Stock has military cartouche. All metal is a soft brown patina. The action is very strong and tight. The bayonet is numbered DD211, scabbard is 0391. Far above average condition for this model. 400.00 - 600.00

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9 - (A) REMINGTON-BEALS SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 712. 28” barrel in .32 LR caliber. According to records, less than 800 of these rifles were produced by Remington from 1866 to 1870. That said, this serial number would put this rifle near the end of production. According to Flayderman, this rifle was manufactured with a blued finish, iron mountings, brass or iron frame, and “Beals Patent” marked barrel. This example is completely in the white and bears no markings of any kind aside from the serial number on lever and tang, which match. It is extremely clean with age freckling, and does not look to have been polished. Features the part octagon barrel with sharp edges. No pitting of any kind. Has a simply military style folding leaf sight and dove-tail front. Walnut stock and rifle butt. Stock is excellent with added finish, and is slightly shy to metal. This gun operates by pulling down on lever, and the entire barrel slides forward for loading. Very good rifled bore. Action is fine. Very interesting rifle for the single shot collector. 400.00 - 700.00

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10 - (A) HAWKIN TYPE 1/2 STOCK HEAVY BARREL RIFLE. Caliber .50 bore, Barrel length 32”. This style of rifle was very popular during the western expansion for pioneers embarking West from St Louis during the mid -19th century. It was the style rifle made famous in the shops of Samuel Hawkin in St. Louis. Features the popular 50 caliber with a heavy octagon barrel that measures one half inch on the flats. Single shot, percussion with wind drift front and rear sights, one piece walnut half stock with iron forend tip. Features brass butt plate, trigger guard and patch box. All iron furniture and barrel are a dark brown patina. Replaced rod is secured by two thimbles with a solid under rib. Wood stock is very good, some chipping around lock plate and small crack at forend cap. Repaired crack running along the base of forend from cap to guard. Usual and minor dents and chips at base of stock. Couple minor hairline cracks at stock and plate. Good example of 1850’s Plains rifle. 500.00 - 700.00

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11 - (A) EARLY HALF STOCK PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .42 bore, Barrel length 32”. Typical mid -19th century, half stock sporting rifle with full octagon barrel. Features; long tang rear sight, simple blade front, solid under barrel rib, three metal retaining thimbles, one brass, brass trigger guard, full brass heel plate from butt to guard, brass butt plate, simple brass patch box, square nickel thumb plate, tapped hole for lollipop sight, decorative star on left side stock with PA cheek piece, checkered wrist and brass forend cap. Barrel is retained by way of two wedges with nickel escutcheons. Percussion lock is stamped “J. Dana & Co. Warranted”. Rifle is not signed. J Dana is listed as a Flintlock Kentucky maker, location is not noted. Lock and barrel are a mix of gun metal grey with aged patina. Lock plate and hammer are lightly engraved. Stock is very good to excellent with minor chipping at plate, 1/2” crack at base, small “TV” carved in forend and a couple of stress cracks on left side of breech. Working condition. 400.00 - 700.00

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12 - (A) CUSTOM BALLARD NO.2 HUNTER’S RIFLE. Serial No. 22049. Caliber .32 long colt. Barrel length 30”. This rifle began life as a No. 2 chambered for the .44 but barrel was re-lined and is noted for a .32 long colt cartridge. (Chambering should be checked by a gun smith). The full octagon barrel retains nearly all of the re-applied high polish blue finish with some light pitting. Front and rear sights are missing. Scope blocks are attached for a barrel mounted tube scope. Frame retains virtually all the re-applied nickel finish. Lever retains 99% of the re-applied blue finish. Butt plate has been nickel plated. Beautiful walnut stocks have been refinished with no cracks and still proud to metal. Marble tang rear sight. Perfect action and fine bore. Handsome rifle, should be a good shooter. 500.00 - 800.00

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13 - (M) UBERTI MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER RIFLE. Serial No. 90432. Caliber .44 W.C.F., Barrel length 24”. Uberti replica of the famous Model 1873. Marketed by Taylor. Features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, oil finish walnut stock, rifle butt, sporting sights, case color frame, lever and hammer. Near new with a couple usual storage marks. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 14 14 - (A) CONTEMPORARY CUSTOM LONG RIFLE. NSN. Barrel 36” Cal. .46 percussion. Offered is a small bore light weight squirrel rifle custom made years ago. Features: full octagon barrel, knife blade front sight, wind-drift rear sight, browned furniture, brass accents to include (3) rod thimbles, (6 ) barrel wedge escutcheons, brass trigger guard, ornate brass patch box, brass butt plate and toe plate. Set trigger with lock stamped P. G. Handsome incisions on left side of stock, decorative silver inlay at wrist and left side of stock with shield at wrist. Rifle has a fine bore and action, Fine light-weight Penn. Long rifle with beautiful wood work. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 15 15 - (A) EARLY HALF STOCK PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE NSN. 39-1/2” full octagon barrel .54 caliber percussion. Features a full under rib, two retaining thimbles, and full buck horn rear sight. Barrel is not signed. The lock plate is lightly engraved, stamped “Warranted” but maker mark is not readable. Metal is a dark brown patina with light brown erosion. Striped maple stock with one retaining edge. Brass nose cap, trigger guard, butt plate, and heel plate. Wood has a 2” crack on left side plate otherwise very good to excellent. Very good bore. Nice early original mid-19th century sporting rifle. 500.00 - 800.00

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16 - (A) FRANK WESSON TWO-TRIGGER SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 7595. 24” barrel with a .32 bore. This early model two-trigger features the iron frame. Other features include German silver blade front sight, wind-drift fixed rear sight, nickel plated trigger guard and butt plate, and walnut buttstock. All metal is a rich, deep, dark brown patina. Sharp edges and strong legends. Trigger guard and butt plate retain nearly all of their softened nickel finish. Walnut stock is excellent with beautiful grain and no cracks or chips. Front trigger releases the tip-down barrel and rear trigger fires. Very good rifling with usual black powder abrasion. Perfect action. Nice, early example. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 17 17 - (A) T.C. HARRIS HALF STOCK SPORTING RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .36 percussion, Barrel length 40”. This rifle sports a striped maple stock, full octagon barrel, half stock, pewter nose cap, double set triggers, brass trigger guard and butt plate. Features a Golcher signed lock with light engraving. Stock is in excellent condition with a couple of minor 1/4” hairline cracks at side plate. Metal is over-all brown patina. Rod is retained by two thimbles with a full under rib. Hammer does not stay cocked. Top of barrel flat is stamped “T.C. Harris”. We can find no mention of a T.C. Harris in any of our American gunsmith books so it may have been privately made or maybe an owner’s name. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 18 18 - (A) PENNSYLVANIA/KENTUCKY PERCUSSION LONG RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .56 bore, Barrel length 45”. Fine original example of mid -19th century long rifle. Lock is stamped “H.E. Leman Lancaster Pa” Leman worked for Tryon of Lancaster from 1834-1887 and was both a gun builder and lock maker. Gun is not signed so it is uncertain if the entire gun, or just the lock , was made by Leman. Features a part octagon to round barrel that is basically all brown patina with some erosion at breech and nipple. Features a full length stock, the rod retained by three brass thimbles with a brass nose cap. Barrel is pinned rather than wedged. Single trigger. Brass butt plate, trigger guard and side plate. German silver thumb plate. Rifle has the typical Pennsylvania profile but is completely unadorned. Hammer does not stay cocked. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 19 19 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 215546. Caliber .45-70 government, Barrel length 32-5/8”. Has the 1873 rear sight. Left side of barrel has “VP” verified proof with eagle head. The block is stamped US Model 1873”. The lock is stamped with the “US Springfield” and Eagle. Walnut stock has the “SWP 1882” cartouche in box (Samuel Porter). Stock is very good with no cracks but does exhibit numerous bumps and bruises from use. Barrel is a smooth mix of blue and brown patina. Block colors have silvered out and darkened. Legends are sharp. Strong clean bore with a perfect action. Rifle comes with an original bayonet, the metal sheath and a leather frog with the U.S. metal hanger. 500.00 - 800.00 16

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LOT - 20 20 - (A) FRENCH CHASSEPOT MODEL 1866 RIFLE. Serial No. F17968. Caliber is 11mm, Barrel length is 32 - 1/2”. These rifles were adopted by the French military in 1866 and manufactured until 1870. This rifle was manufactured in 1867, and was referred to as the “Needle Gun”. It is a single shot, bolt action with military adjustable rear sight. Two barrel bands, bayonet attachment on right side, and walnut stocks. Bolt is numbered to gun. Left side of stock also has matching number. Walnut stock is in good to excellent condition with the usual dings. Has inspectors stamp on right side and numerous cartouche stamps on wood and metal. Metal is basically a gun metal gray. Fine action with a strong, clean rifle bore. Far above average example. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 21 21 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1868 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 22214. Caliber .50-70 government, Barrel length 32-1/2”. These rifles were made using the Allan patent utilizing new and left over Civil War 1863 parts. These rifles were Manufactured. from 1868-1872. Rifle has the standard Civil War US Springfield lock plate, dated 1863 and breech block dated 1870 with Eagle head and US stamp. Left side of frame and barrel are numbered “22214”. Cartouche is visible on left side of stock but not totally readable. Has the proper military style rear sight, two piece trigger guard and two barrel bands. Right side is numbered “X3319”. Butt plate is stamped “US”. Right side of stock has unit mark “65”. Rear barrel band is stamped “U”. Extremely clean example of early Trapdoor. Metal is a brown/grey patina; sharp legends with the exception of the breech block which has been cleaned and has some salt and pepper finish. There is a stock repair at wrist (top) otherwise wood is very good. Strong rifled bore with usual black powder abrasions, action is fine. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 22 22 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1868 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. NVS. Caliber .50-70 government, Barrel length 32-1/2”. Lock is stamped “US Springfield” with Eagle and dated 1864. Breech block is stamped “1866” with eagle head. Has the “ESA” cartouche in oval on left side, visible but partially obscured. Two barrel bands stamped “U”, butt plate stamped “US”, left side of stock stamped “Wayne”, right side appears to have the same stamp but partially obscured. Metal is a dark grey patina. Wood is very good with usual bumps and abrasions. Strong rifle bore, fine action. Fairly typical conversion Trapdoor, patented by Allen utilizing both new and left over parts. The rear sight and breech block were actually from an 1866 rifle and were probably used on this rifle from parts cleanup. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 23 23 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR. Serial No. 516458. 32-5/8” barrel in caliber .45-70. This is an excellent standard Model 1884 with the ramrod bayonet, front sight with hood, 1884 rear sight marked “R” for rifle. Metal finish is a pleasing mix of blue and soft brown patina. Left side of barrel has the “VP” eagle head proof. Block is stamped “U.S. Model 1884”, case colors have greyed out. Lock is stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. One piece walnut stock is excellent to near mint with a razor sharp S.W.P. 1891 cartouche (Samuel Porter). Butt plate is stamped “U.S.”. Side plate has approximately 40% finish. Action is perfect. Very good strong bore with light abrasion. Comes with a period leather sling with single frog. 500.00 - 800.00

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24 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 351789B. 24” barrel in caliber .32-20. Manufactured 1889. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting front sight, Winchester sporting buckhorn rear sight, blued finish, walnut stock, and rifle butt. This rifle has been refinished and retains approximately 50% of that finish. Wood is very good, slightly shy to metal. Forend is worn and dished from scabbard. Fine action. Visible rifling but poor. 500.00 - 800.00

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25 - (A) AFRICAN DECORATED ENGLISH TOWER MUSKET. Caliber .750 bore, Barrel length 17-1/2”. Very interesting mid -19th century, smooth bore, Tower musket that was obviously used by African poachers. This musket is actually the real deal. All of the rawhide and tacks are of the period. The musket was cut down and the barrel is now secured to the stock with rawhide. An old rawhide repair covers the entire breech and wrist area. The stock is decorated with numerous brass tacks that have leeched into the wood. Homemade rawhide sling. Metal is dark brown patina with “Tower” stamped on side plate. Original unit issue number stamped on right side of stock. Great period African decorated piece of unquestionable authenticity. 500.00 - 800.00

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26 - (A) J.C.A. LORD LONDON SNIDER SPORTING RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .58 rifled bore percussion, Barrel length 22”. All metal is a grey brown patina. One piece checkered walnut stock with horn forend and a single barrel wedge. Walnut stock is very good to excellent with fine checkering, smooth steel butt plate, finish added. Side plate has boarder engraving with London maker stamp. Top of barrel is stamped “J.C.A. Lord London Birmingham & Bombay” Top of breech is stamped “Snider Patent” Has a military style folding carbine sight. Under rib is coming loose, ram rod is retained by three thimbles. Slight swivels. Brass ID plaque in butt. Good example of mid -19th century sporting rifle with strong rifling. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 27 27 - (A) EVANS SPORTING .44 RIFLE. NSN. Evans Repeating Rifle was manufactured in Mechanic Falls, Maine 1873-1879. This is a New Model rifle, approximately 3,000 manufactured from 1877-1879. Features a 30” barrel. The Evans rifle boasted the largest capacity magazine of any repeater of its time, having a 28 shot tubes in butt. Walnut stock and forend with a folding ladder rear sight, dove tail front sight. Metal surfaces are a smooth patina with wiped on finish. Walnut stocks are very good as refinished, with usual bruises but not cracked. Action is fine and rifle sports a strong bore with usual black powder abrasion. This is late model that is stamped Evans Sporting Rifle on top of barrel. It is believed these were assembled with parts on hand after company entered bankruptcy. 500.00 - 800.00 18

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28 - (A+C) FINE PAIR EARLY SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Serial No. 1983 &12771. Gun A: Whitney Phoenix breech loading rifle. Made 1867-1881, chambered for the .44-.40 cartridge, 26” full octagon barrel, sporting sights, barrel stamped “Phoenix. Cal 44 Patent May 26. 74” single shot, swivel breech, serial #1983, strong bore with light black powder abrasions, fine working order. Metal is soft grey patina, sharp legends, excellent metal forend tip, walnut stock with rifle butt. Stock needs attention, pin repair, several cracks, shy to metal and ill-fitting. Gun B: Stevens Number 44, single shot, caliber .32-40 W.C.F., barrel is 25-7/8” part octagon barrel, knife blade front sight, sporting rear sight, sharp legends, 85% original factory blue starting to plum. 20-30 % case colors. Serial #12771. Very good original butt stock, rifle butt plate. Stock has some minor scars on right side. Strong rifling but frosted and minor residue. 500.00 - 800.00

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29 - (A) LOT OF 2: CIVIL WAR CARBINES. Serial No. 1131 & 10241. The first carbine is a rare Kittredge & Co., Ohio marked “Frank Wesson” two trigger military carbine. These were sold to state militias during the Civil War to the sates of Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, and Missouri. Features a 24” barrel in caliber .44 rimfire. Barrel is octagon with a military carbine rear sight. Sling swivel on left side of frame. Metal is a dark brown patina. Original wood is very good. Has the initials “E.M.F.” carved on right side. There is a period repair at wrist due to crack. Fine working order. Strong clean bore. The second carbine is a Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 manufactured from 1862-65. .52 rimfire caliber with a 23-7/8” barrel. No leather covering. Barrel is dark brown patina with salt and pepper finish, as is frame. Deep pitting on lever. Very good original stock is not cracked and has original sling swivel. Working order. 500.00 - 800.00

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30 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 317955B. Cal .38-40 cartridge. Barrel length 24”. This rifle was manufactured in 1889. It is chambered for the 38-40 cartridge. This is a standard rifles that features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stock and a crescent steel butt plate. All metal surfaces have been cleaned and are in the white with fine deep legends. Stocks are very good, no cracks and yet are a bit shy to metal. Right side of stock has some carvings. Perfect working order. Decent rifled bore. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 31 31 - (A) T. KELLER FULL STOCK PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE. NSN. Barrel length 35” bore diameter .38 percussion. Lock and barrel are stamped T. Keller, who operated a gun shop in Carlisle PA in the mid-19th century. Features: Full octagon barrel, back lock action, curly maple one piece stock, 3 brass thimbles retain the cleaning rod. Adjustable set trigger, engraved side plate and hammer, engraved brass patch box, engraved toe plate with simple brass butt plate and trigger guard. Stock has an early expert repair at wrist. Iron furniture is an over-all smooth brown patina. 500.00 - 900.00

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32 - (A) LOT OF 2: EVANS SPORTING RIFLES. NSN. Manufactured 1873-1879. Both rifles sport 30” barrels and are chambered for the .44 Evans cartridge. Both have blue finish with walnut stock and forend, adjustable military style sporting rear sights and are loaded through tubular magazine in the butt stock, holding 28 rounds. They were the largest capacity repeaters of the time. Gun A: is a clean- up parts gun, stamped “Evans Sporting Rifle”, the checkered forend has a piece missing at the front side. Gun B: Earlier model, Standard address with an 1871 date. All metal is dark brown patina with a plain forend with numerous repairs and a 6” crack with a repair in the butt of the stock. Great restoration project. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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33 - (A) MERRIMACK SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 18888. 24” barrel with a .44 bore. Referred to as the Merrimack-Ballard, these were manufactured from 1867 to 1868 only. Chambered for the .44 rimfire cartridge. Several examples of this rifle can be seen in the Ballard book on pages 54-55. Features a full octagon barrel, dovetail front sight, wind-drift rear sight, walnut stocks, rifle butt, and metal nose cap. Left side of frame has the Merrimack stamp. Ejector is activated by use of elongated extractor handle protruding from forearm. Strong rifling with usual abrasions. There is a slot cut at top of rear frame for long range sight. Walnut stocks are excellent with two closed hairlines at wrist. Wood is slightly shy to metal. Frame is a freckled grey patina. Barrel is a blue-brown patina and has had some added finish. Scarce early gun. 500.00 - 800.00

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34 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 HI-WALL S.S. RIFLE. Serial No. 15765. 30” barrel in caliber .32-40 WCF. Manufactured in 1887. Features half octagon barrel, Winchester sporting rear sight, replaced bead front sight, tang sight, walnut stocks, rifle butt. Forend has black ebony inset. This gun has been beautifully refinished. All parts blued, except hammer, retaining 98% of that finish. Walnut stocks are excellent. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. Legends are all still very readable. Very handsome shooter grade Hi-Wall. 500.00 - 800.00

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35 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW WALL RIFLE. Serial No. 27394. 24” barrel in caliber .22 short rimfire. Manufactured 1888. Features blued full octagon barrel; sporting front sight; semi-buckhorn sporting rear sight; case colored frame, lever, and hammer; walnut stocks with rifle buttplate. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue and soft brown patina with sharp edges and perfect legends. Frame has traces of color, balance grey patina. Walnut stocks are excellent, slightly shy to metal withy old added finish. Visible rifling. Fine action. 600.00 - 900.00

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36 - (A) MARLIN BALLARD NO. 2 SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 15971. 28” barrel in .32 long rimfire and centerfire caliber. The caliber, .32 long, is stamped on top flat; Marlin patent information on left side. Features the German silver knife blade front sight with semi-buckhorn rear sporting sight. Walnut stocks with rifle butt and serpentine lever. All metal finish is basically a brown-grey patina with age freckling, razor sharp edges, and strong legends. Stocks are excellent, no chips, but does have two 1/2” closed stress cracks at wrist. Rear sling swivel base has been removed. Fine action. Strong rifling with minor black powder abrasion. 600.00 - 900.00

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37 - (A) EVANS LEVER ACTION REPEATING CARBINE. NSN. Evans Repeating Rifle was manufactured in Mechanic Falls, Maine 1873-1879. This is a New Model carbine, approximately 4,000 manufactured from 1877-1879. Features a 22” barrel. This was the largest capacity repeater of its time with a 28 shot capacity. Carbine has a single barrel band with sling swivel in butt, walnut forend and butt stock, folding ladder rear sight, and dove tail front. Metal surfaces are a gray brown freckled patina. Walnut stocks are very good and complete, with usual bruises but not cracked. Action is fine. Strong bore with usual black powder abrasion. 600.00 - 900.00

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38 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 355834B. Caliber .38-40 W.C.F., Barrel length 24”. This standard Winchester Model 1873 was manufactured in 1890. Features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, sporting sights, walnut stock, rifle butt plate. All metal surfaces are a smooth brown patina. Original stocks are very good, proud to metal, with the usual bumps and some grain separation. Muzzle shows heavy wear at crown. Very good rifle bore, fine action. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 39 39 - (A) BRITISH INDIA-PATTERN BROWN BESS MUSKET. NSN. This musket began production in the 1790’s and was period converted from flintlock to percussion. It is 100% all original untouched since conversion. Features a 39-1/8” barrel, smooth bore. Breech has English proof marks. Tang has unit mark 890. Has brass sideplate, trigger guard, buttplate, nose cap, and three brass trumpets. Missing sling swivels and lower buttplate screw. Early Brown Bess style rear stock. Left side of stock has “C.F.” inspector mark. Lock has “G.R.” crown and is stamped “Tower”. This is often referred to as the India-pattern Type 1 1793. All metal is a smooth brown patina. Brass has not been cleaned. Walnut stock is excellent. No cracks. Usual wear. Very fine as altered Brown Bess. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 40 40 - (A) GERMAN MODEL 71/84 RIFLE. Serial No. 82624. Caliber 11x60Rmm, Barrel length is 31 - 1/2”. This rifle is dated “1888” on right side of frame and “Model 71/84” on left side of frame. Manufactured in Amberg. Matching numbers on barrel, frame, bolt, all three barrel bands, stacking swivel, and trigger guard. Stock has numerous German cartouche stamps, as does metal. This example is in extremely fine, all original condition. The barrel and bands retain approximately. 90% original factory blue. Military style rear sight to 1400 yards. Frame is gun metal gray, stock is excellent. Strong and clean rifle bore. Far above average example. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 41 41 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1888 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 556003. Caliber .45-70 government, Barrel length 32-5/8”. This model is often referred to as the ram-rod bayonet model. Manufactured from 1889-1893. Standard rifle in all respects and remains in all original fine condition. The stock on left side has the “SWP 1872” cartouche (Sam Porter) and is extremely sharp. Stock is in near mint condition with lovely finish, all original. Block stamped “US Model 18884” Left side of barrel verified “VP” proof with Eagle head and letter “A” on top. Lock is stamped “US Springfield” with Eagle. Metal is basically soft patina. Strong clean bore, perfect action. Comes with a reproduction sling. Very nice example of a ram-rod trapdoor. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 42 42 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1795 MUSKET NSV. Caliber .69 bore, Barrel length 44.5”. Offered is a type three U.S. military musket in its original flintlock configuration. Dated 1811. Has the integral iron round pan. Lock is original to gun with all original parts. Sideplate is stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle and dated 1811 in lower corner. Iron buttplate is dated 1811 at heel. Top of barrel is stamped “U.S.”. Left side of barrel has the “V.P.” eagle head proof marks. Right side of stock has “T.W.” owners initials, Left side has “J.P.” owners initials. One piece walnut stock in very good to excellent condition with the only damage being a 3/4” chip at middle right side of forend. Period metal ramrod. All furniture finished in the white is now an aged grey-brown patina with age freckling and salt and pepper at breech. Standard infantry rifle as used in the War of 1812. All original attic-found condition with no alterations. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00 22

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LOT - 43 43 - (A) ELI WHITNEY MODEL 1812 CONTRACT MUSKET. NSN. Musket features no U.S. markings. Militia style musket probably state of Connecticut Militia contract. Replacement ramrod. .75 caliber with a 41-3/4” barrel. Musket manufactured in New Haven by one of the most famous inventors in American history, Eli Whitney. These muskets were patterned after U.S. militia muskets often provided to various states. This is a superb untouched all original example. Beautiful smooth patina on metal. Stock is excellent with no cracks or damage of any kind. All original patina, never cleaned. One of the finest examples of this rifle we have offered for sale. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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44 - (A) SAM SHULER PENN. FULL STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE NSV. 36” barrel, .52bore-percussion Samuel Shuler was the oldest of the Shuler gun making brothers and trained under John Shuler senior. They were the most prolific gun making family in the Perry County Penn. area throughout the first half of the 19th century. Samuel made guns full time until 1834 there after he concentrated on his store and his gun making became sporadic. The barrel is stamped S. Shuler Liverpool. PA, lock is stamped S. Moore. Gun features full octagon barrel with a set rear sight and small set in front blade. The gun sports a full maple stock with a striped pattern, 3 brass thimble rod retainers with brass nose cap and features double set triggers with a brass trigger guard, butt plate and toe plate. It is unadorned with the exception of a small brass left side plate and a nickel silver thumb plate. There is a picture of a Sam Shuler patch box, image 710, in the Kentucky Rifle Patch Boxes Vol. 1 by Chandler. It is interesting to note that Sam, after 1834, sent a lot of his customers to John Shuler and if one were to examine the patch box manufactured by John Shuler, item 707, in the same book previously referenced you will find it is more along the lines of John’s design, which may show a collaboration of work between the two. The patch box has been secured shut with a copper rivet and exhibits light tasteful engraving and all brass is a deep mustard patina. The stock is excellent, albeit there is some light edge chipping along front barrel channel, approximately 2”. The wrist exhibits the checkering pattern favored by John as well. There is a small repaired chip at toe but the wood retains nearly all of its hand rubbed finish. An extremely fine early 19th century Perry County PA rifle. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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45 - (A) JOHN SHULER PERRY COUNTY PENN. LONG RIFLE. NSV. 38” barrel, .45bore-percussion This fine Perry County PA. long rifle is maker stamped on top of the barrel flat: John. Shuler Liverpool PA. John Ramsey Shuler was a second generation gun- smith who followed in the footsteps of his father John Shuler Sr. John Jr. lived in a home on Market in Liverpool PA and is considered the most prolific of the family gunsmiths. This is an extremely fine but rather unadorned Perry County product and features a full octagon barrel with set rear sight and dove tail brass front sight. The percussion lock was manufactured by Leman of Lancaster, PA., one of the more famous lock makers of the era. Aside from the patch box, a simple silver inlay on left side and silver thumb piece, the remainder of the stock is unadorned of metal decorations. It has a full stripe maple stock with an interesting checkered wrist pattern, has a brass butt plate with a brass toe plate,(1” missing at base) and a brass trigger guard with double set triggers. The patch box exhibits tasteful engraving, the barrel and lock are a pleasing patina mixed with soft gray. An excellent example of the quality work that was being produced in the Perry County tradition in the early to mid-19th century. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 46 46 - (A) ORIGINAL US HARPER’S FERRY 1795 FLINTLOCK. NSV. Caliber .69 bore, Barrel length 44-1/4”. Offered is an original untouched U.S. Model 1795 Harper’s Ferry Flintlock musket. This musket is stamped “HF 1814” on the plate. It is a Type 3, with a Springfield Eagle on the lock, double proof marks on left side of barrel with a fine visible but not readable cartouche on the left plate. Three bands, original rod, swivels, walnut stock and iron furniture. Smooth brown deep rich never cleaned patina, excellent stocks with original finish, numbers are stamped on the bottom of the butt but are unreadable. A light hairline crack at wrist and chipping around the tang. These Muskets were standard issue in the War of 1812. This example is all original including the lock, hammer and iron pan. This is a wonderful example of what an untouched 1795 musket should look like. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 47 47 - (A) REVOLUTIONARY WAR BRITISH BROWN BESS MUSKET. NSV. Caliber 7/8” bore, Barrel length 41-1/2”. This Brown Bess musket features a short tang, original brass left safe plate, a period altered scooped cheek piece on left side, original Tower GR marked lock but not original to this gun. Stock has the store keepers mark with owners initials AW BB on left side, brass butt plate, full length walnut stock, brass thumb plate, brass trigger guard, four brass cleaning rod retaining thimbles, brass forend tip, proper cleaning rod, barrel is pinned, missing slings swivels. Stock is very good with some hair line cracks, one crack at the forend, and another at the wrist behind the hammer. Dark chocolate brown iron furniture, with salt and pepper texture at the breach. Typical attic found condition. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 48 48 - (A) 1764-1768 1ST MODEL BROWN BESS MUSKET NSV. Caliber .80 bore, Barrel length 45-1/2”. Offered is the classic British 1st model Brown Bess musket. One of the most widely used and recognizable of all weapons used during the Revolutionary War. This is referred to as the long land pattern. While the lock is an original period correct example, it is not original to this rifle. The hammer is a more recent replacement, balance of rifle is 100% original. It has the distinctive brass side plate, with brass trigger guard, butt plate and thumb plate. Barrel is pinned, has four brass rod thimbles and forend tip. It is missing rear sling swivel. Has the Tower marked lock with “GR” and crown, barrel has the “FG” English proof. Wood is in excellent, all original patina, with inspector stamp on the left side. Iron furniture is a smooth brown patina. Far above average example of this classic musket. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 49 49 - (A) AMERICAN RE-STOCKED FRENCH MODEL 1728 MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .80 bore, Barrel length 46-7/8”. Typical of rifles used by the colonists during the Revolutionary War. This is an original flintlock with French pattern 1728 parts. The Frizzen has been period refaced. Period repair at the rear of lock using lead and brads. The lock has French arsenal stamps. Stock is American. All metal is original untouched brown patina. Stock shows a repair at wrist with minor chips along the forend. This is an untouched, as found, American Revolutionary War, French pattern 1728 musket American assembled musket. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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LOT - 50 50 - (A) US HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1841 RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .58 bore, Barrel length 33” Type 4 alteration has the Model 1855 rear sight and the rifle projecting bayonet stud. Barrel is marked “NJ” for New Jersey militia. Stock has two perfect inspector cartouches. Barrel has the “V.P.” Eagle and “W.W.P.” Rear tang is dated 1851, lock is stamped “Harper’s Ferry 1848” with the U.S. Eagle, two brass barrel bands, brass trigger guard, butt plate and patch box. Patch box compartment has an original nipple replacement and iron worm. All metal furniture finished in the white with light tarnish. Legends are as sharp as new. Original sling swivels. Other than some minor bumps and bruises this fine percussion rifle shows little to no use with a near mint bore and original brass tipped rod. One of the nicest examples we have seen. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 51 51 - (A) ORIGINAL CHARLEVILLE MOD 1766 MUSKET (MAUBURG) NSV. Caliber .79 bore, Barrel length 44-1/2”. Offered is an all original untouched Revolutionary War French Charleville 1766 musket. Features: three bands, iron furniture, original swivels, arsenal mark on side plates with the manufacturer mark on the lock. Rifle is in lovely, untouched, all original condition with dark brown patina. Wood is very good to excellent with marks but no issues. These rifles were exported into the U.S. and saw wide spread use during the Revolutionary War in the colonies. This is a fine example of this historic firearm. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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52 - (A) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 RIFLE. Serial No. 101441. 26” barrel in .38-55 caliber. Manufactured 1897. This lovely rifle is a true deluxe model. Special features include pistol grip capped checkered deluxe fiery grain walnut stock with rifle butt. Features full round barrel, full magazine, sporting front sight, spirit level rear sight (glass missing) and a tang sight. The barrel and tube are a pleasing mix of brown patina with flashes of blue. Left side of frame retains approximately 20% original factory blue, balance soft patina with the right side about the same. Flashes of color on sides of hammer and lever. Very good to excellent original stocks are proud to metal. Checkering is still somewhat sharp. Butt -stock exhibits beautiful flame grain. Forearm has a 1-3/4” x 1/8” expertly repaired sliver. Fine action. Nice clean strong rifled bore. Very handsome and early deluxe Model 1894 in great caliber. Factory Research confirms: .38-55, round barrel, plain trigger, checkered stock pistol grip, shipped 1-30-1901. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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53 - (A) HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER 1873 RIFLE. Serial No. 448031B. Caliber .32 W.C.F., Barrel length 24”. Standard rifle in 1893, features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting front and rear sights, blue finish, walnut stocks, rifle butt, brass carrier. The barrel and tube are pleasing mix of blue/brown patina with a few scattered mix of scratches on sides. Strong barrel legends. Both sides of the receiver retain 80-85% of the brilliant high polish factory blue finish. Dark visible case colors on hammer and lever. Original stocks are excellent, proud to metal, never refinished, no cracks or chips with the usual minor abrasions. Strong rifle bore with usual black power corrosion. Fine action. Has scarce adjustable trigger. Extremely handsome 73. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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54 - (A) ALL ORIGINAL CHARLEVILLE 1766 MUSKET. NSV. Caliber 75 bore, Barrel length 44-1/2”. Offered is an all original, untouched, attic found, Revolutionary War musket exported from France to the colonies. It has the original flint lock, lock plate is stamped “Charleville” with the arsenal “D”, stock is stamped with the corresponding arsenal mark, the left side of stock is stamped with “N.D.”. All iron furniture, three bands, replacement rod, weak main spring, enlarged touch hole and original swivels. Wood is excellent with no cracks and only a couple of minor chips at the plate. All furniture is in untouched dark brown patina. Extremely fine U.S. militia used Charleville Revolutionary War rifle. 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

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55 - (A) W. MCCLURE HEAVY BARREL PA/KY RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .70 bore, Barrel length 42”. This is a highly unusual smooth bore Pennsylvania rifle with the heavy octagon barrel that measures 1/2” at flat. It is a flintlock, signed “W. McClure on top barrel flat at breech. Full striped stock with brass forend tip, brass tipped rod is retained by three brass trumpets, simple leaf sporting rear sight and small dove tail blade front. Lock is maker stamped in an oval with three letters (appears to be TOW). Single trigger, heavy brass trigger guard and butt plate but no heal plate. Barrel is pinned, no patch box. Rear tang screw is loose and there is a small crack at rear tang. Brass left side plate, small Pennsylvania cheek piece. Stock is unadorned. This is an early classic, maker sign, Pennsylvania long rifle with the heavy octagon barrel, large bore, no rifling, that was manufactured by William McClure of Columbia, Pennsylvania, (Lancaster County). The barrel is a dark deep rich chocolate patina, lock is light patina, stock is in excellent condition with no cracks or major chips of any kind. Clean bore in working condition. This is the first 70 smooth bore, classic Pennsylvania that we have seen. 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

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56 - (A) C.S. RICHMOND 1863 MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .58 percussion, Barrel length is 40”. Rifle has three barrel bands and the blued 1858 rear sight. Left side of barrel is stamped “VP” with Eagle. The “VP” on barrel with serifs can be seen on Page 102 in the book, “C.S. Armory Richmond by Paul Davies”. Top of barrel is dated but only the 1 and 8 are visible. Lock is dated 1863 and is stamped “C.S. Richmond - Virginia” (with serifs, see pg. 102 in book.) Barrel bands are stamped “U” on right side for up. Middle band has an “E” inspector mark. The lock plate exhibits 40% original case colors, and hammer has turned patina. The barrel and bands, as well as trigger guard, are finished in the white and are fairly clean. The butt plate and nose cap are brass. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent condition, no visible stamps. Has the low hump lock plate. Brass buttplate is unmarked which is proper for 1863 guns. Brass stock tip is also proper. Ram rod and swivels are correct for this gun. Very fine example of a popular, Mid - War Richmond manufactured rifle. 2,500.00 - 4,500.00 26

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LOT - 57 57 - (A) PEABODY MARTINI SADDLE RING CARBINE. NSN. Cal. .43 Spanish, Barrel length 20”. Manufactured 1866-1871, in Providence, Rhode Island. Military style saddle ring and carbine remains in near new unused condition. Blued barrel with case color frame, hammer, lever, barrel band and butt plate with oil finish walnut stock and fire blue screws. Simple folding leaf rear sight. Barrel retains 98% of the dull military blue finish. Barrel band stamped “U”. Frame has 90% original case colors and has the Peabody stamp on left side. Saddle ring bar stamped ”E” as is top of frame. Block is stamped “B” ,butt plate stamped “F”, bottom of frame stamped “S”, lever stamped “H” , bottom of tang “F”. Most of the screws retain the original fire blue finish and the stock is near mint with an almost perfect “W.C.” cartouche. Near mint bore, perfect action. Issued to several state militias after the Civil War, this example did not see any real use. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 58 58 - (A) REV. WAR DUTCH FLINTLOCK MILITARY MUSKET. NSN. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel length 40”. This musket was manufactured in Amsterdam and has the maker stamp on lock. This musket is all original and untouched, has three original brass bands with original rod, sling swivels, brass butt plate with unit mark, brass thumb plate, brass trigger guard and a period re-faced frizzen. Metal, in the white, has aged patina, walnut stock is very good to excellent with small hair line crack at wrist. Excellent example of a foreign import military musket used during revolutionary war by colonists. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 59 59 - (A) HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1795 U.S. MUSKET. Serial No. CP783. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel length 45”. Offered is a lovely all original untouched U.S. Model 1795 Harper’s Ferry musket with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania stamps on the left side of stock and barrel. Barrel has numerous arsenal proofs, lock is stamped “Harper’s Ferry ” with American Eagle. Right side has previous owners initials. All iron furniture is in rich dark, as found,patina. Stock is excellent with no repairs or cracks. Three bands, original swivels, ram rod, lock and all parts. Excellent example of a 1795 model that saw wide use during the war of 1812. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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60 - (A) CUSTOM FINISH WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 RIFLE. Serial No. 450184B. 23-1/4” barrel in .38-40 WCF caliber. This rifle was customized as follows: barrel was shortened and has slight radius to crown; caliber was re -stamped; barrel legend is strong and readable; full octagon barrel; full magazine. Several parts are gold plated to include; front sight, rear sporting sight, magazine band, forend tip, side plates, dust cover, hammer, lever, screws, and buttplate; balance of gun is blue; excellent walnut stocks. Stocks have been refinished, have no cracks or chips, with beautiful grain. All metal surfaces approximately 90%-95% of the re-applied finish. Strong rifled bore with minor abrasion. Fine action. Very striking gun. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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61 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 760 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. B7458918. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 22”. The Model 760 is referred to as the “Game master” was manufactured 1952-1982. Features a detachable box magazine with blued finish, adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight and pressed checkered pistol grip high gloss walnut stock with composite plate and cap. Has a barrel mounted sling eye and sling eye on end of stock. Comes mounted with a Leupold 2x7 scope with see -though mounts. Aside from some slide- bar high edge wear, rifle retains nearly all its original factory finish with near mint stocks and a fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

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62 - (M) BROWNING BAR-22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 02896RP166. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 20-1/4”. These rifles were manufactured in Japan 1977-1985. Standard features include: blued metal full tube, folding leaf rear sight, ramp front sight, pistol grip checkered high-gloss walnut stocks with Browning composite butt plate. Wood and metal show in near new condition. Fine bore and action. This rifle comes equipped with a Weaver V .22 scope and Weaver mounts. 400.00 - 600.00

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63 - (M) BOXED MARLIN MODEL GA-30 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 10040242. 20” barrel in .30 WCF. Manufactured 1990. This Marlin lever action rifle is in near new condition inside and out. Comes in its original matching box. It is a special edition of the standard 336 with a limited edition Great American Game Series brass coin on right side of stock. Standard features include round barrel, full magazine, front barrel band, dovetail sporting front sight, sporting rear sight, blue finish, plain walnut stocks with pistol grip, and Marlin logo black composite buttplate. 400.00 - 600.00

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64 - (C) CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 236168. Caliber 30-06, Barrel length 24”. This custom sporting rifle was built using a Springfield Model 1903 action that was manufactured in 1909. It was re-barreled without provision for a rear sight. Features a high ramp front sight with band, rear sight is a Lyman model #48 receiver peep, custom walnut stock with checkered forend and pistol grip, checkered metal grip cap and checkered steel butt plate. Quick release sling swivels installed and black forend tip. The stock has been decorated with four inlaid white diamonds. Strong rifled bore and fine action. Barrel and frame retain approximately 90% original blued finish. Floor plate is thinning with high edge wear on the trigger guard. One should take note that this is a low number receiver and should use caution when reloading as pressures from standard cartridges maybe harmful. 400.00 - 600.00

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65 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 52390. Caliber .22 rimfire, Barrel length 24”. Manufactured 1941. Standard Winchester hammerless slide action, takedown 22 rifle with blued finish, flat bottom grooved walnut forend, pistol grip walnut stock and checkered steel butt plate. All metal surfaces are a mix of blue brown patina with areas of freckling. Walnut stocks are very good; minor chipping at left tang, some dark oil spotting and minor impressions. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

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66 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 606556. Caliber .22 WRF, Barrel length 24”. This standard Model 1890 Winchester was manufactured in 1918. Features: full octagon barrel, blued finish, folding globe front sight, tang rear sight and walnut stocks with rifle butt plate. The barrel and tube are a soft brown patina with sharp legends and edges. Rear barrel sight has been removed. Frame is a brown patina with flashes of blue and is a standard takedown. Forend is missing the left screw and there is a 1/2” chip on the left side, Proud to metal with just a few minor impressions. Bore has visible rifling but thinning. Action is fine. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 67 67 - (M) RUGER MINI-14 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 185-20821. Caliber .223, Barrel length 18.5â&#x20AC;?. This popular rifle was introduced in 1982 by Ruger and quickly became one of the most reliable and popular semi -automatic rifles chambered for this cartridge. Features a one piece walnut stained stock with ventilated composite hand-guard, adjustable sights with the matte finish. This rifle has been used and shows wear on the high edges. Fine bore and action. Stock is near mint with a couple of minor marks. The original carbine butt plate has been replaced with an aftermarket ventilated black composite carbine style (without modifying the stock). This fine rifle comes with the original rotary magazine as well as three Ram-Line extra capacity magazines, leather sling, scope rings and mounts by B-Square (in original blister pack) and a Stoeger 4x20 scope. 400.00 - 600.00

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68 - (C) WINCHESTER CENTENNIAL LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 587000. Caliber .30 WCF, Barrel length 26â&#x20AC;?. In 1966 Winchester used the famous 1894 action to build the first of what was to become a long line of special commemorative rifles. This example features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, varnished walnut stocks, blued lever and bolt, gold/brass plated frame and forend cap with brass rifle butt plate. This rifle was manufactured with a saddle ring and stud. Rifle remains in 99% condition inside and out. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 69 69 - (M) BOXED RUGER MINI-14 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 184-31549. This is a .223 caliber rifle with a 18 1/2 inch barrel. The Ruger mini- 14 Ranch rifle is one of the finest carbines manufactured for the popular military cartridge. Standard features include, blue finish, semi- automatic, magazine fed, with hardwood stock, carbine butt plate, ventilated hand guard. Includes a sling. Rifle is in as new condition inside and out in its original shipping box (box is heavily stained). Original paperwork included. 400.00 - 600.00 30

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70 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 (PRE-64) LEVER ACTION. Serial No. 2064598. Caliber .32 Winchester Special, Barrel length is 20”. This carbine was manufactured in 1954. Standard in all respects to include; 20” full round barrel, full magazine, sporting rear sight, hooded front sight, blued finish, two barrel bands, walnut stock with short forend and checkered steel shotgun butt plate. Aside from some varnish loss on forend, this rifle remains in near mint condition with 98% original factory blue. Fine bore and action. Nice example of Mid – 50’s classic. 400.00 - 600.00

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71 - (M) RUGER MODEL 1 SINGLE - SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 133-54879. Caliber .30-60, Barrel length is 26”. One of the finest single shot rifles ever made, with falling block action, blued furniture, oil finish checkered walnut stock, hard rubber butt plate and Leupold 3x9 scope. Rifle did not come fitted with sights. Has sling eyes and is in near new condition inside and out. 400.00 - 600.00

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72 - (C) LOT OF 4: CUT DOWN MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES Serial No. 479656, NSN,22015,20103. Offered is a lot of military rifles that have all been altered in some fashion. Gun A): US Krag Model 1898 rifle. Serial No. 478656. Original action and bolt are grey patina. Barrel has been cut to 22” with sleeved front sight. Has an original Krag rear sight, original hand guard and original US barrel band. Stock has been cut, sling swivel added , as well as a rubber butt plate. Chambered for the .30-40 Krag cartridge. Lots of great original parts or shoot as is. Serial No. 479656 Gun B): Canadian Model 1905 Ross rifle. Chambered for the .303 British round. Barrel length 28”. Rifle has the original frame, bolt, front sight, trigger group and barrel. Rear sight is a strange addition. Stock is a mess. Some good original parts. Gun C): Enfield Serial No. 22015. Chambered for the .303 British. Frame is dated 1953. Has the original receiver, bolt, trigger group, magazine, butt stock, butt plate, rear sight. Barrel length 25”. Metal parts have 40% black enamel. Sling swivels added. Stock has been cut. Gun D): French Model 1907/15 serial No. 20103. Cal 8x50R mm, barrel length 29”. This rifle has the original trigger group, receiver, and bolt. (mismatched) All metal is grey patina with an after- market pistol grip stock. 400.00 - 600.00

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73 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON RIMFIRE RIFLES. Serial No. NSN & A1090338. Gun A): Remington Nylon 66 semi-automatic rifle in .22 cal. long rifle, the barrel length is 19”. The Remington Nylon 66 is a rifle manufactured by Remington Arms from 1959 to 1989. It was one of the first mass-produced rifles to feature a stock made from a material other than wood. The Nylon 66 was fitted with leaf sights as well as a grooved receiver that could accommodate a mount for a telescopic sight. This has the brown stock and remains in excellent to near mint condition inside and out. NSN. Gun B): Remington 541-T bolt action target rifle, .22 caliber, 24” barrel with a Weaver Micro-Trac scope. The rifle has a detachable magazine. Barrel was made without sights, retains approx. 97% factory blue, checkered walnut stock with black forend tip, very good condition, does have some minor discoloration on forend and stock. Fine bore and action. Produced from 1972 to 1999. Serial No. A1090338. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 74 74 - (C) CUSTOM MAUSER .22 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE Serial No. 3029. Caliber .22 rimfire, Barrel length 26”. Originally built by Mauser in WWII as a military 22 caliber, single shot, bolt action training rifle with Waffenamt stamp on barrel. Matching serial number on barrel and frame, bolt is stamped 1014”, Mauser banner on bridge. Original military adjustable rear sight and front band sight. Metal retains virtually all of the custom re-applied blue finish. Custom sporter stock features beautiful hand checkering, oil finish walnut, high rollover cheek piece, contrasting wood swelled pistol grip cap and forend tip with Fajen butt plate. Fine bore and action. High quality and extremely handsome Mauser 22 rifle. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 75 75 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 99 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1547. 25-1/2” barrel in caliber 7.7mm Japanese. Offered is a very high condition so-called “Last Ditch” rifle manufactured at the Toriimatsu factory, Nagoya Arsenal. Has the full royal mum and all matching numbers. Features inverted V front side without guards, riveted front barrel band with side tang cutouts in stock, no provision for cleaning rod, riveted rear band with swivel, fixed rear sight, plum-shaped bolt knob, welded safety with notch indicator, two piece stock with wooden buttplate (still cut for top tang), and small handguard. This rifle remains in near arsenal new un-issued condition. Still has all the finish on the bolt. One of the nicest last ditch rifles on the market. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 76 76 - (C) MAUSER MOD 1891 ENGINEER’S CARBINE (ARGENTINA) Serial No. A8311. 17.63” barrel in 7.65x53mm caliber. Rifle has the Argentine coat of arms on bridge. Serial number on right side of frame, barrel, bolt. Magazine is stamped “4862”. Front band is stamped “36/56”, second band stamped “72”. Standard carbine with fixed bayonet lug front band, sling swivel middle band short military carbine sight, walnut stock with small handguard. Stock has two expertly plugged repairs at wrist, expertly restored 4” long patch at heel, and has a coat of added finish. Right side of stock is stamped “7072”. Carbine retains 95% of a period reapplied blue finish. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00 32

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LOT - 77 77 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE. Serial No. 98255. 19” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. Manufactured at the Koishikawa Tokyo Arsenal. Features inverted V front sight with guards, blued cleaning rod, open V rear sight to 2,000 meters, ‘Type 38’ characters but mum is ground, two piece buttstock, full length handguard, knurled safety with small tang indicator, cupped edge sheet metal buttplate, all blued parts, and matching numbers. All metal parts retain approximately 90% of the original blue finish. Stock is very good to excellent. Fine bore and action. Has an original leather sling. 400.00 - 600.00

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78 - (M) CHINESE SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 11324620. 7.62x39mm caliber with a 20” barrel. Offered is a nice early Chinese manufactured non-import SKS. Matching numbers on stock, trigger guard, magazine, and bolt. Has the standard two piece stock/handguard. Barrel and frame retain approximately 90% blued finish. Bolt finished in the white. Stock is very good with usual abrasions. Standard folding bayonet. Comes with a sling. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

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79 - (C) WINCHESTER U.S. MODEL 1917 RIFLE. Serial No. 444839. 26” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Typical post-war rebuild, this rifle has the Winchester frame and bolt, Remington stock, Eddystone safety, Eddystone handguard collar, and Remington rear sight. Left side of stock has the SGM-K rebuild stamp. Barrel is an unmarked replacement stamped “P”. Frame retains approximately 90% of the World War I military blue finish. Balance is a mix of blue and parkerized parts. Strong rifled bore with an ME reading of 1.75. Stock is very good to excellent. Comes with a dress white -buck leather sling with nickel plated hardware. 400.00 - 600.00

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80 - (C) WINCHESTER U.S. MODEL 1917 RIFLE. Serial No. 478603. 26” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Has a J.A. non-dated replacement barrel. These were made by Johnson Automatics and were a field replacement. Has a Winchester bolt, Remington stock, Eddystone safety, and Eddystone barrel collar. SGM-K stock rebuild mark on left side. The frame retains approximately 90% of the original World War I era blue finish. Balance of parts are mix of blue and parkerized re-build parts. Strong rifling with minor abrasion. ME reading of 1. Has a period canvas sling. 400.00 - 600.00

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81 - (C) REMINGTON U.S. MODEL 1917 RIFLE. Serial No. 670816. 26” barrel in .30-06 caliber. The Model 1917 rifle was the stallworth of the A.E.F. during the first World War. This is a typical San Antonio Arsenal rebuild. The barrel is a Winchester stamped “3-19” and has an Ordnance bomb. Has an Eddystone bolt release, bolt, safety, and stock. Left side of stock has numerous rebuild stamps including San Antonio Arsenal and G.S.A.A. Rifle still retains 90% of the World War I era blue finish turning patina. Stock is excellent. Strong rifling. Fine action. Comes with a period sling with brass frogs. Has an ME reading of 2. 400.00 - 600.00

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82 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 9422 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. F195214. 20” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Production for this model began in 1972. Features; 20” full round barrel, full magazine, twin barrel bands, adjustable sporting rear sight, ramp front sight with hood, blued finish, oil finished walnut stock with black composite Winchester logo butt plate. All metal surfaces retain approximately 98% factory blue. Original stocks are excellent to near mint, proud to metal. Fine bore and action. Groove for scope. Perfect legends. Very nice, early .22 lever action carbine. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 83 83 - (C) MARLIN MODEL 1893 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. C9949. 26” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Features include; full round barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, rifle butt, and standard sporting sights. Tang is stamped “Model 1893”. Barrel frame legends are strong, all metal surfaces are a pleasing mix of blue and brown patina, missing left side nose cap screw, tang screw is marred as are top frame filler screws. Wood is very good with no cracks but dull with usual abrasions. Fine action, strong rifle bore. 400.00 - 600.00

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84 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Serial No. 1616758. 20” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Manufactured in 1949. Nice, all original, early post war. Features; full round barrel, full magazine, twin barrel bands, sporting rear sight, ramp front sight (no hood), blued finish, walnut stocks with checkered steel shotgun butt plate. Frame retains 95% factory blue with some minor age freckling. Barrel and tube retain about the same amount of finish with high edge wear. Front barrel screw is marred, and one left side and two right side screws are marred. Has the long forend, not fluted comb. Wood is very good to excellent with no cracks. Strong, clean bore. Nice, all original post war. 400.00 - 600.00

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85 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 700 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. G6678679. Caliber is .204 Ruger. Barrel length is 26”. Offered is the heavy barrel bolt action. Barrel manufactured with no sights. Has black nylon stock with sling eyes. Rifle is in near new condition inside and out with the original Remington booklet attached. Includes original box with matching number. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 86 86 - (M) BROWNING BLR 81 RIFLE. Serial No. 09151K70. 20” barrel in .243 Winchester caliber. This model features a straight grip checkered walnut stock, 20” barrel with ramp front sight, hood, sporting rear sight, detachable box magazine, lever action, blued finish. This rifle is in excellent condition showing light use. Hint of wear at muzzle and barrel band. Near new inside and out. Has a Browning logo recoil pad. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 87 87 - (C) SWEDISH MAUSER MODEL 1896 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 285967. 29” barrel in caliber 6.5x55mm. Manufactured at the Gustafs factory. Dated 1911 with the Swedish crest. All matching numbers on frame, bolt, bolt release, buttplate, floor plate, and barrel bands. Excellent bore. Fine action. Walnut stock with finger grooves and walnut handguard with usual dings. Brass plate on right side and sling swivels. Straight bolt, military rear sight, and all Swedish crown proofs. Receiver is a mix of blue and grey patina. Barrel and bands have silvered out. One of the finest Mauser’s ever made. 400.00 - 600.00

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88 - (C) LOT OF 2: EARLY RIFLES. Serial No. 331838 & 158. The first gun is a Marlin Model 97 lever action rifle in .22 rimfire with a 24” barrel. Standard takedown model with full octagon barrel. All metal is brown patina. Stocks are very good, slightly shy to metal, with a Marlin composite buttplate. Perfect working order. Poor bore. Great for parts or restoration. The second rifle is a Beals patented 1866 brass frame tip-up single shot boys rifle. Features a 24” part round barrel, strong barrel legend, brass frame, under lever, nickel plated brass buttplate, and walnut stock. These are very scarce rifles made by Remington-Beals in the 1870’s. Barrel is all brown spotted patina. Very good brass frame. Under lever is brown patina. Has two wrist repairs with hairline cracks at tang. Fine operation. This rare gun would be worthy of an expert restoration with special attention to the stock repair. 400.00 - 600.00

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89 - (M) LOT OF 2: NEWER .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLES. Serial No. 231-97155 & NSN. The first rifle is a Remington Model 550-1 tube fed semi-automatic with a 23-1/2” barrel, pistol grip walnut stock, with a Remington composite buttplate. Rifle is in excellent all original condition. Chambered for the .22 rim-fire. 90% factory blue on all metal. Near mint stock. Fine bore and action. The second rifle is a boxed Ruger Model 10/22 semi-automatic rifle. This rifle is in near new condition in original matching box with ten shot rotary magazine, blued finish, hardwood stock, and 18-1/2” barrel. Comes with an extra Ram-line high capacity magazine. Rifle is in near new condition. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 90 90 - (C) MAUSER MODEL 98 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 8905. Caliber is 7.62, barrel length is 24”. This rifle was manufactured in 1945 and has the SWP factory code. Matching bolt number. This gun was converted in April of 1956 to the Nato round used in Israel. The new caliber is stamped on barrel, bridge and stock. Floor plate has the Nazi eagle. Has import marks on left side of sight sleeve. Floor plate is grey patina, has the sheet metal buttplate, original sling, excellent original stock. Gun retains most of the blued finish applied at the time of conversion. Fine bore and action. The Israeli Mausers are getting harder to find and are considered a 98 variation by collectors. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 91 91 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD KRAG MODEL 1896 S.R.C. Serial No. 78083. Barrel length 22” in .30 - 40 caliber. This Krag Model 1896 carbine features the carbine stamped 1896 rear site with the two rivet short hand guard and the barrel band has the site protector. Saddle ring and bar on the left side. All metal surfaces are a grey brown patina. Receiver has the “Model” designation. Wood stocks are very good with usual dings. Cartouche on left side is no longer visible. Barely visual proof “P”. Trigger guard was cleaned to gun metal grey and bore is very good. Action fine. Springfield factory research letter confirms that this carbine, by serial number, was sold by the Raritan Arsenal in Metuchem, New Jersey, Commanding Officer on July 21, 1922 from arsenal inventory. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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92 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 44-1/2 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 3678. Caliber .28-30 Stevens, Barrel length 26”. The Stevens Ideal rifle No. 44-1/2 was manufactured 1903-1916. The action was considered one of the finest falling block types ever manufactured. This rifle features: half octagon barrel, walnut stock, rifle butt plate and case colored receiver and lever. The frame retains virtually all the re-applied case colors. Original walnut stocks have been finely custom checkered. Butt stock is excellent, well fitting, with sharp checkering, no cracks. Forearm checkering has some dents. Barrel has been cleaned and is now an aged gun metal color. Legends are sharp. Front and rear sights are missing. Scope blocks are installed for a tube scope. Very good rifle bore with wear. This would be a perfect rifle to re-bore in a more available caliber and to refinish the barrel. Would be an excellent shooter. 400.00 - 700.00

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93 - (C) CASED STEVENS PRESENTATION MODEL S.S. RIFLE. Serial No. 42117. This is a .22 rim fire rifle with a 24” barrel. Offered is a fine period cased Stevens single shot take down Favorite model .22 cal rifle features the half octagon barrel with walnut stock, crescent butt plate and case colored frame. This is a falling block action, is fairly standard with the exception of the presentation plaque on the right side of forend that reads “G. Ruehljng Reading PA. Manufactured in Chicopee Falls MA. by J. Stevens patented 1894”. Bore has strong rifling 70% - 80% original case colors and 50% - 60% original blue starting to thin. Excellent walnut stocks. This rifle comes in a walnut carrying case with green felt lining and brass hardware. 400.00 - 800.00

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94 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 BUFFALO BILL COMM. RIFLE. Serial No. WC117924. Caliber .30 W.C.F., Barrel length is 20”. Winchester produced this rifle in 1968. It is referred to as the carbine but in actuality it is a short rifle with saddle ring. Special features include etched framed, with Buffalo Bill coin on right side of stock. The hammer, loading gate, forend cap, and butt plate are nickel plated. The barrel and tube are rust blued and the frame is gloss black enamel. Other features; full octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, sporting sights, saddle ring and stud. Gun comes in a period correct box with paperwork and decorative sleeve. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 95 95 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE. Serial No. 49037. 19” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. Manufactured at the Nagoya Arsenal. Has the inverted V front sight with guards, unfinished cleaning rod, open V rear sight to 2,000 meters, ground mum, ‘Type 38’ characters present, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, knurled safety with smooth sides and notch indicator, cupped edge sheet metal buttplate, plum shaped handle, and matching numbers. Wood is very good to excellent. 95% original military factory blue. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 96 96 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 70 LIGHTWEIGHT RIFLE. Serial No. G1903307. 22” barrel in caliber .270 WCF. Rifle is in as new condition in the original matching box. Features blued finish, no sights, jeweled bolt, sling eyes, pistol grip checkered walnut stock with no cap, and red rubber pad. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 97 97 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD KRAG MODEL 1898 RIFLE Serial No. 314406. Caliber .30-40, Barrel length 30”. Standard U.S. issue rifle with the updated 1901 rear site. Cartouche on left side stamped “J.S.A” and dated 1901. Script proof “P” on wrist. Letter “C” stamped left of cartouche. All other parts are original to the rifle. Metal retains 70% blue on the barrel, 50% on the receiver and the balance is turning a smooth patina. Stocks are very good with usual war bumps. There is some dark staining in the wood around the trigger guard and rear swing swivel from heat/oil. Strong rifle bore and fine action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 98 98 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 99 RIFLE. Serial No. 3113. Caliber 7.7mm Japanese, Barrel length 25-1/2”. Manufactured at the Kokura Arsenal. Inverted V front sight with guards, two screw front barrel band, blued cleaning rod, monopod type rear barrel band with bipod, adjustable peep rear sight to 1,500 meters with anti-aircraft wings, full royal mum with ‘Type 99’ characters, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, plum shaped bolt handle knob, knurled safety with grooved indicator, two screw rear sling swivel, cupped edge sheet metal buttplate, original leather sling, and matching numbers. Wood is very good to excellent. Metal retains 75% of its original military blue mixing with patina. Fine, clean, shiny bore and perfect action. 500.00 - 700.00

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99 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 94 LEVER ACTION CARBINE Serial No. 5272936. Caliber .38-55 W.C.F., Barrel length 16”. This handy rifle is referred to as a trapper model. Standard features: 16” BBL, full tube, two barrel bands, sporting front and rear sights, saddle ring and stud, large John Wayne style loop lever, walnut stocks, shotgun butt and Winchester composite plate. Both sides of frame are beautifully etched with a cowboy theme. Carbine retains approximately 98-99% of its original factory blue finish. Fine bore and action. Wood is near mint and still has the walnut sticker. Topped with a Weaver V 4.5 scope and see though mounts. Comes in the original style box, no end label. 500.00 - 700.00

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100 - (C) WINCHESTER 94 GOLDEN SPIKE COMM. CARBINE Serial No. GS20438. This is a 30 W.C.F. with a 20” barrel. Winchester produced 69,996 of these special Model 94 Carbines in 1969 to commemorate the driving of the Golden Spike that connected, for the first time, the East and West coasts of America by rail. This carbine remains in near mint condition in the original box containing the original paper work. It is basically a standard Winchester Model 94 Carbine with the special gold plated frame, barrel bands, butt plate, with a special coin inset on the stock. All other parts are factory blue. The stock is straight grain walnut, oil finish, short forend, and fluted comb. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 101 101 - (C) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CENTENNIAL CARBINE. Serial No. 90170. Caliber .30 W.C.F., Barrel length is 20”. In 1966, Winchester produced the Centennial Model to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Model 1866 Yellow Boy. Referred to in the catalog as the carbine version, it is actually a short rifle that features a saddle ring and stud. Features; full octagon rust blued barrel and tube, sporting sights, brass plated frame, forend cap and rifle buttplate with high gloss walnut stocks. Comes in a period correct box and decorative art sleeve. Rifle appears as new and unfired. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 102 102 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CLASSIC LEVER ACTION RIFLE Serial No. 3089391. Caliber .30-30, Barrel length 26”. Full octagon barrel, full magazine, high gloss walnut stock with fiery deluxe grain, checkered steel shotgun butt plate, gold plated loading gate, boarder etched on both sides of frame, Aside from a couple of minor storage impressions in stock, some wear on loading gate, this gun is near new inside and outside. Some of the best wood seen on this model. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 103 103 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94AE .357 MAGNUM SRC. Serial No. 6350350. Caliber .357 Magnum, Barrel length 20”. Features: full round barrel, full magazine, sporting sight, two barrel bands, blued finish, saddle ring and stud, angle eject, push button frame safety, oiled finish walnut stocks, long forend, Winchester hard rubber butt plate, Near new with a rub spot on left rear barrel band. Couple of minor dents on right side forend. 500.00 - 700.00

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104 - (C) U.S. MODEL 1899 KRAG CARBINE Serial No. 286382. Caliber .30-40 KRAG, Barrel length 22”. Offered is a fine condition all original Model 1899 Krag carbine. Features the 1901 carbine stamped rear site, protected by the bump in the wooden hand guard between barrel band and site. Stock has a bold “JSA” cartouche and is dated 1899 as well as a strong script “P” at wrist. The trigger guard is a brown patina with traces of blue. The barrel retains 60% original blue mixing with patina. The cartridge box has 60% blue with high edge ware. 40% fire blue on extractor. Left side of frame is a grey patina. Carbine features the scare knurled headless cocking piece. Stock is excellent with just a few of the normal expected dings from use. No cracks. Fine action, and strong rifle bore. Far above average 1899 Krag. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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105 - (C) DOCUMENTED U.S. MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE. Serial No. 172195. Barrel length is 30” in .30 cal - 40 Krag. According to the Springfield Research letter, this rifle was issued on July 15, 1899 by serial number to the 26th U.S. Volunteer Infantry. The start of the 20th century found the United States Army pressed to meet military commitments in Cuba, the Philippines, and Puerto Rico. In 1901 Congress authorized five additional Regular Army Infantry regiments including the 26th. They started in the Philippines and spend 20 years of service deployed in the Southwest Pacific, the Mexican and Indian frontier and in Europe. The unit received its first battle streamer during the PhilippineAmerican War. They later served in Expeditionary forces and World War I. Offered is a standard issue fine condition all original U.S. Krag Model 1898 rifle. This rifle has been upgraded with a Model 1901 model rear site first variation. The left side of stock has a bold “JSA” cartouche dated 1899 as well as a strong script proof “P” in circle under wrist. All metal is a smooth blue grey patina. Stock is excellent with few normal battle dings. Fine action. Strong rifle bore. Far above average. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 106 106 - (M) CASED KOREAN WAR COMMEMORATIVE THOMPSON. Serial No. KW636. Caliber .45 A.C.P., Barrel length 16-1/2” This is a Model 1927A1 manufactured by Auto Ordnance, as issued by the American Historical Foundation as a very limited edition of only 1,500 manufactured. Standard markings and features of the model and commemorative. Comes with leather sling and large wood display case. Appears to be unfired. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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107 - (C) INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND. Serial No. 5194595. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Manufactured October 1954 to end of production 1956. Bolt drawing number D6528287 HRA. Barrel is stamped “L.M.R.” dated December 1954, drawing number is D6535448, also stamped 839 and has two proof “P”s and an “M”. Stock has a block “P” in circle on wrist. Left side of stock has a three star eagle with DOD in 1/2” square. Retains approximately 85-90% original green parkerized finish. Proper op-rod. Hex gas tube nut. ME reading of 1.3 with a clean bore. Stock is excellent with a couple of minor dings. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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108 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 12557. 31-1/4” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. In 1937 the Japanese adopted the Type 97 sniper rifle. No reference to the Type 38 sniper rifle has been found in Japanese text, thus the Type 38 sniper rifle is thought to have been experimental only. Two examples have been reported, having been manufactured in the 1920-30’s. Given this information, this rifle may have been turned into a sniper at a later date, but the cuts in the wood are as ancient as the gun and all the patina matches on side rail and frame. There is no scope with this rifle. The serial number (12557) is forward of the scope rail where normally it would have been under the rail on a standard rifle, which also indicates that this frame was Manufactured. as a sniper frame. Most of the other features are the same as a Model 38. This rifle was manufactured at the Chigusa factory of Nagoya Arsenal. This rifle has the inverted V front sight without guards, adjustable rear sight to 2,200 meters (not standard), full royal mum on bridge, the characters “Type 38”, standard two piece buttstock with short handguard, knurled safety with smooth sides and notch safety indicator, flat forged butt plate. No straw colors on this rifle. Balance of gun is a blue-brown-plum patina. Has the barrel shaped bolt handle. Bolt is numbered 557 which matches receiver. Near mint bore and action. It is our opinion, due to the numerous variations on the Model 38 standard rifle such as the 2,200 meter rear sight, no straw colors, matching number barrel type knob, forward position of the serial number as to not be obscured, the patina in the wood cut for the scope rail, the patina where the rail and frame meet, appears to have been on this rifle since its inception, that it is indeed a rare Type 38 sniper rifle sans scope. In addition, the rifle comes with an original canvas sling and a Nagoya marked bayonet with metal scabbard and original leather frog. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 41 www.MorphyAuctions.com | April 9, 2016


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109 - (M) BOXED CMP REMINGTON M541X U.S. TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. A1058756. 27” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This rifle was purchased from the CMP and remains in near new, as manufactured and shipped condition. Remington manufactured these rifles for the U.S. military. The frame is stamped “U.S.” on left side. Left side of barrel has inspector marks with “52” on left side. Top of barrel is stamped “M541X Target”. Has the globe front sight and Williams adjustable target receiver sight. No provision for rear barrel sight. Has pistol grip walnut stock, sling swivels with adjustment bar on forend, and Remington black composite buttplate. Magazine fed. Comes in the original CMP shipping box with original instructions and bag from bolt assembly. This rifle was delivered on May 14, 1999. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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110 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER FOLDING STOCK PISTOL. Serial No. 3776. Barrel length is 18”. This is a .22 rim fire over .44 smooth bore. Serial No. is 3776. This is a very early model 1908. It was manufactured until 1914. Features a 18” barrel that is chambered for the .22 rim fire over the 44-center fire shot smooth bore. Has blued finish with marble logo, black composite grip. Has the original folding stock. Left side of frame is stamped “Game Getter”. Left side of barrel has manufacturer information. Right side of barrel stamped with caliber. Right side of frame stamped patent allowed. Has the type one folding peep sight. .44 smooth bore has some light abrasions. 22 bore is shiny with good rifling. Has perfect action. Barrel retains approximately 90 percent original factory blue with some minor age freckling and thinning. Frame is a mix of blue and brown patina with some light freckling on left side and a hint of touch up finish. Excellent original grips, fire blue screws. Stock is excellent. This rare early Game Getter comes with an original period holster and shoulder strap. The shoulder strap is stamped “marble game getter” and is an extremely scarce accessory in itself. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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111 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER 94 LTD ED. CENN. RIFLE GRADE 1. Serial No. CN05933. 26â&#x20AC;? barrel in .30 WCF. This special edition Winchester features the half octagon barrel, half magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, deluxe oil finished checkered walnut stocks with pistol grip cap and rifle buttplate. Frame exhibits beautiful etching with game scene panel. Has original hang tag, shipping box, and decorative sleeve. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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112 - (M) MIB CASED PAIR WINCHESTER 94 BUFFALO BILL COMM Serial No. WC38912 & WC38913. .30 WCF caliber. Serial No. 38912 is a commemorative 26â&#x20AC;? rifle. Serial No. 38913 is the commemorative carbine/short rifle. This matched pair of unfired rifles comes in their original boxes with the original artwork sleeves and original set shipping box with set label. Buffalo Bill commemorative was produced in 1968 and both feature full octagon barrels, full magazines, sporting sights, walnut stocks, special engraving on frame, and silver coin on right side of stock. Nickel plated rifle butt plate. Both rifles show in as new condition inside and out. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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113 - (C) PAIR OF WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 RIFLES. Serial No. 58429 & 3956. Both rifles are chambered for the .30-40 Krag cartridge and have blued finish, 28” barrels and walnut stocks. The first rifle is serial No. 58429 manufactured in 1908. This rifle has an extra set of holes at rear of frame for peep sight. Retains virtually all of the re-applied blue finish. Has been restocked in American walnut and checkered. Action is fine. Strong rifling. The second gun is a rare, early flat side with serial No. 3956 manufactured 1896. The barrel and frame retain approximately 85% of the re-applied blue finish mixed with patina. Has a replacement walnut forend. Original stock has been refinished to match. Strong rifled bore. Perfect action. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

114 - (A) LOT OF 3: EARLY POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 12723, NSN, NSN. Lot A) Frame is stamped Keystone No. 1. It is a seven shot, single action, 22 rf, spur trigger with 2-3/8” barrel and walnut birds heads grips. This little revolver retains approx. 85%-90% original factory nickel. Grips are excellent, fine bore and perfect working order. Lot B) Frame is stamped, five shot single action with a 2-5/8” octagon barrel, checkered composite bird head grips, there is some age freckling at base of frame and forward area of cylinders. Retains approx. 80% original nickel, grips are near mint, perfect action. Very good bore. Lot C) Is a H&R American, five shot, double action, serial number is 12723, caliber is .38 S&W, has a 2” octagon barrel, cylinder shows no signs of ever being fired. Perfect action, mint black composite grips, 98% blue on trigger guard with nice case colors on hammer and trigger. Action is fine and bore is excellent. 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 114

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115 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER Serial No. 38581. Caliber .44 percussion, Barrel length 8”. Standard military U.S. issue Colt 1860 Army manufactured in 1862. Cut for shoulder stock. Has the military inspector stamp. This revolver is in almost relic condition. Cylinder scene is not visible, hammer does not stay back, overall pitting on all metal surfaces, several of the areas around the nipple are rounded and misshaped, grips are refinished with no cartouche, partially visible barrel address. 300.00 - 500.00

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116 - (A) LOT OF 3: ANTIQUE SMALL POCKET REVOLVERS NSN. Gun A ) Colt open top, .22 caliber, serial number is 18084, seven shot. The barrel and cylinder are brown patina, brass frame has not been cleaned but no platting. Birds head grips with partial varnish. Cylinder indexes, fine working order. Strong bore. Gun B) Young American double action .32 rimfire, 2” octagon barrel, nickel finish, near mint gutta percha grips. Seven shot, 80% original nickel finish, very good bore and strong rifling. Double action and indexes is perfectly. Gun C) Young American double action .32 rimfire, 2” octagon barrel, nickel finish, near mint gutta percha grips. Seven shot, 30% original nickel finish, brown patina, very good bore and strong rifling. Double action and indexes is perfectly. 300.00 - 500.00

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117 - (A) LOT OF 2: UBERTI REPLICA REVOLVERS Serial No. 138352 & 137464. Boxed Replica of a Model 1861 Colt Navy in .36 caliber with a 7 - 1/2” barrel. Manufactured by A. Uberti & Co. in Italy. In new unfired condition. Serial No. 138352. Boxed Replica of a Model 1862 Colt Pocket Navy in .36 caliber with a 6-1/2” barrel. Manufactured by A. Uberti & Co. in Italy. In new unfired condition. Serial #137464. Both guns feature the case colored and blued finish with wood grips. Both revolvers come in the original boxes numbered to guns. 350.00 - 500.00

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118 - (A) PAIR OF NEAR NEW BOXED BLACK POWDER REPLICAS. Serial No. 6550 & 708. Gun A) Is an Italian replica of the Remington Model 1858 44 Army sold by Navy Arms. Standard features include 8” octagon barrel, six shot, single action, .44 percussion, brass trigger guard, case colored hammer, two piece walnut grips. Comes in a very early Navy Arms two piece box with partial end label. gun is number 6550 box is number 65532. Gun shows in near new condition with no signs of ever having been fired. Also comes with some original paper work. Gun B is a Colt second model Dragoon .44 caliber, manufactured in Italy, sold by Replica arms. Features 7-1/2” barrel, six shot, .44 caliber percussion, blued barrel and cylinder with U.S. Dragoon scene. Has case colored frame, hammer, loading lever, square back brass trigger guard and back strap. Gun has a drag line but is in excellent to near mint condition. Comes in original two piece blue box numbered to gun. Comes with original paperwork. Both of these revolvers appear to made in the 1960’s to 1970’s. 350.00 - 500.00

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119 - (A) WHITNEY NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 13574. This revolver is .36 cal percussion with a 7 - 5/8” octagon barrel. Six shot, single action. Barrel legend partially eligible. All metal is a dark brown patina. Frame screw replaced with brass rivet. Loading lever pin is missing. Very good original grips, small brass trigger guard, cylinder indexes, bore is very good. These revolvers were manufactured in the 1850’s & 1860’s. Very popular during the Civil War. This is a military stamped gun with inspector marked “B” visible on trigger guard, barrel, and cylinder. 350.00 - 550.00

120 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE REVOLVERS. NSN. The first gun is an American Standard Tool tip-up single shot, single action, spur trigger, brass frame, and square butt. The revolver was patterned after the Smith & Wesson No. 1-1/2. Sharp legends. Cylinder and barrel are a smooth brown patina. Cylinder has excellent Indian fight panel scene. Traces of plating on brass frame. Near mint grips. Perfect action. Strong clean bore. The second gun is an early pin-fire patterned after the Lefaucheux system, .36 bore, six shot, double action. No maker stamp, probably Belgium. 4” octagon barrel and walnut grips. All metal is a smooth gun metal patina. Grips are excellent. Action is sticky. Cylinder does not advance. These revolvers were popular in the Civil War, especially in the South. 400.00 - 600.00

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121 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE EUROPEAN REVOLVERS Serial No. 1606 & 19. First gun was manufactured in Belgium. Top of barrel is stamped “For 44 Winchester Cartridge” It is a six shot double action top break with serial #19. Blued finish with bone grips and lanyard ring. Right grip panel is engraved with owner’s initials. Has a 3/4” chip on metal. Has smooth factory blue starting to patina. Perfect action. Very good rifled bore with minor abrasions. The second gun is a six shot double action with serial #1606. Cylinder has Belgium stamp. Left side of frame is stamped Acier Fondu. Top break, .44 bore, checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring. Has a 5-3/4” octagon barrel. Revolver retains approximately 95% of the expertly reapplied blued finish. Has a fine bore and perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

122 - (A) BOXED S&W TOP-BREAK POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 269374. .38 Smith & Wesson caliber with a 3-1/2” barrel. This revolver is referred to as the Third Model. It is a five shot, top-break, double action, factory nickel finish, blued trigger guard, case colored hammer and trigger, and Smith & Wesson black composite grips. Aside from a light drag line, this revolver remains in as new condition inside and out, having never been fired. Exhibits brilliant case colors. Perfect nickel finish. Mint grips. Comes in a near mint original box with perfect end label and numbered to gun on bottom. An antique serial range Smith & Wesson that would be impossible to improve on. 500.00 - 800.00

123 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE S&W BREVETTE REVOLVERS Serial No. 62 & 7188. These two revolvers are based on the S&W New Model No. 3 Top Break double action revolver as manufactured in Europe using various S&W type patents. The first gun, serial No. 62, features a 5” barrel. Six shot double action with gutta -percha grips and lanyard ring. Metal is smooth gray patina. Left grip has small chip. Cylinder does not index. Near mint bore. .44 caliber Chambers the 44 Russian cartridge. The second gun, serial No. 7188, features a 5” barrel. Six shot double action with blued finish. With bird head walnut grips and lanyard ring. Manufactured in Spain. Chambers the 44 Russian cartridge. Cylinder indexes and locks up. Near mint bore. Metal is basically gray patina with flashes of blue. Grips are very good. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 124 124 - (A) LOT OF 2: INDIAN DECORATED FIREARMS. NSN. Both guns are sold as Western Art decorator pieces only and show much wear. (A) Sporterized 1862 Tower Musket. Barrel cut, stock shortened, tacks added on both sides, metal brown patina. (B) Belgium Single Shot. Octagon barrel, leather repairs, numerous brass tacks on both sides. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 125 125 - (A) MODEL 1861 COLT MUSKET. NSN. Cal .58 percussion, Barrel length 40”. This musket was manufactured in 1864 and is basically a private contract copy of the 1861 Springfield musket. All metal in the white. 3 barrel bands, two leaf folding sight, eagle VP proof on left side of barrel. US stamped on butt plate, D stamped on tang, percussion, walnut stock. The barrel finish exhibits overall pitting with a salt and pepper finish, lock is brown patina, pitting on butt plate and trigger guard, good condition walnut stock. These were sold to state militias under private contract. Wood has numerous dings, missing front sling swivel. 400.00 - 600.00

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126 - (A) SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO. 1 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER Serial No. 107513. Barrel Length is 3-3/16”. Caliber is .22 Short rim fire. Manufactured 1860 to 1868. It is a tip up, seven shot spur trigger, single action revolver with square butt, rosewood grips, silver plated brass frame and blue octagon barrel. Barrel sports sharp legend and is a pleasing mix of blue gray patina as is cylinder. Cylinder has sharp patent dates visible. Frame retains approximately 85%-90% of the original silver plating intact. Grips are excellent. Action is perfect. Very good rifle bore with minor abrasion. 400.00 - 600.00

127 - (A) LOT OF 3: DECORATIVE FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. NSN. All three of these pistols were the type sold in the middle -east such as the Ports of Morocco. All are flintlock single shot. (A) Features a bone stock with brass accents and contrasting red stones. Measures 19 - 1/2” overall. Missing rod. (B) Wood stock with pearl inlays, brass pommel. The metal is a dark patina, wire is loosening. Measures 17” overall. (C) Square butt, wood stock, iron furniture, pearl inlays, measures 21” overall. 400.00 - 600.00

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128 - (A) CASED S&W MODEL 1 THIRD ISSUE. Serial No. 99390. 3-3/16” barrel in caliber .22 rimfire short. This revolver was manufactured from 1868 to 1881. Features tip up ribbed round barrel, seven shot, single action, spur trigger, birds head rosewood grips, blued finish, and case colored hammer. Frame retains approximately 90% of the original high polish blue. Cylinder and barrel have flaked to about 50%. Lovely case colors on hammer. Near mint grips. Cylinder does not index. Strong clean bore. Comes in a period wooden box and a copy of a Smith & Wesson book. 400.00 - 700.00

129 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE FIREARMS. Gun A) Has a 10” barrel, .70 bore. Probably British manufactured but there is no visible stamps anywhere on metal except for the lock which is no longer readable. The No. 5 is stamped on brass trigger guard, brass forend cap and the left side plate. Left side of brass cap has the letter F stamped twice, once in circle, added finish to the original stock. Metal is a dark brown chocolate patina. Gun B) Is a relic condition 12 bore SXS shotgun manufactured by J.N. Scott. Stock is cracked in several places, right hammer not attached, brown metal, wide gap at face, replaced screws, not safe to fire. 400.00 - 800.00 130 - (A) EARLY RCMP PRUSSIAN REVOLVER. Serial No. 8. Bore measures .41, Barrel length 4”. This is an interesting revolver with no maker mark. Has Prussian inspector stamps on the right side and is an early six shot, double action with 4” octagon barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring. The metal butt is stamped “RCMP” for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and also stamped “Dawson” for Dawson Creek which had an RCMP station. This maybe a private purchase as there is no reference to this gun in the book entitled “Canadian Military Handguns”. Remains in all original factory condition with 85% factory blue. Checkered walnut grips are very good with no cracks or chips but checkering is worn. Cylinder indexes properly but rebound spring is sticky. Bore is mint. Interesting and unusual RCMP revolver. 500.00 - 700.00

131 - (A) COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON SIGNATURE SERIES Serial No. 36082. Caliber .44 percussion, Barrel length 7-1/2”. This is Colt’s re-introduction of the 3rd model Dragoon that brought back into production beginning in 1996. Features the blued finish, case colored, brass straps, varnished walnut stocks. Is in near new condition, inside and out, with no signs of ever being fired. Revolver comes in the original box with the outer shipping container, numbered to gun but no paperwork. 500.00 - 700.00

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132 - (A) COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 120656. Barrel length is 7-1/2”. Caliber is .36 percussion. This is a late post- war model manufactured in 1870. The frame and barrel have matching numbers while the trigger guard and back strap are number 125113. Cylinder is number 82909 and bares only faint traces of Naval scene. Top of barrel has New York address. All edges of octagon barrel have rounded out. Brass sight blade has been set in. Wedge is not numbered. One piece walnut grips are very good but shy to metal, having been refinished. All metal surfaces are brown patina. Indexes fine. Strong bore with usual abrasions. Several of the screws are marred. Visible Colt stamp on left side of frame. 500.00 - 700.00 133 - (A) LOT OF 2: EUROPEAN DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS Serial No. 1142 & NVS. Both revolvers are smaller pocket size about that of an 1849 Colt. Rev. A has the retailer stamp of John Munts of Amsterdam and was manufactured by J.E. Maintiendrai. The maker and retailer are stamped on top strap. The revolver was manufactured in Cheratte, Belgium. It is a five shot, double action, with a .38 bore and 3-1/4” octagon barrel. With checkered walnut grips, lanyard ring missing, serial No. 1142. Action is perfect, bore is near mint. Barrel and cylinder retain approximately 70% original factory blue. The frame is soft brown patina. Generous amounts of fire blue on small parts. Gun B: Manufactured in Belgium and is dealer stamped on the top strap, Edouard De Beaumont Roermond (Netherlands). This is a five shot, double action with a 3-1/4 octagon barrel, checkered walnut bird’s head grips and lanyard ring. Back strap has unit stamp (55), bore measures .38. Cylinder does not index. Bore is near mint. Grips are excellent. Revolver retains approximately 75% factory blue with minor age freckling. Interesting lot of two early dealer stamped Belgium antique revolvers. 500.00 - 800.00

134 - (A) BRACE OF 2: REMINGTON SMOOT REVOLVERS. NSN. Both revolvers feature birds head grips, 3-3/4” octagon barrel, five shot, single action, spur trigger, nickel finish, black composite grips, case colored hammers, and fire blue triggers. Both are chambered for the .38 rimfire short cartridge and were made from 1878 to 1888. Both guns retain at least 85% original nickel finish. Grips are excellent. One revolver has nice case colors on hammer and a nicer frame finish than the other. Both index fine. Both bores show rifling with minor black powder abrasion. Nice early pair. 500.00 - 900.00 LOT - 134

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135 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1858 ARMY REVOLVER Serial No. 31562. Caliber .44 percussion, Barrel length 8”. Referred to as the Remington New Model Army revolver, manufactured 1863-1875. Standard features: octagon barrel, post front sight, fixed rear, blued finish, six shot, single action with brass trigger guard and smooth walnut grips. Grips have a visible but not readable cartouche, chips at toes with four kill notches on left side. Cylinder is a mix of blue/brown patina. Front sight is replaced. Barrel retains approximately 90% of the re-applied blue finish, Action fine, strong rifle bore with minor black powder abrasions. 500.00 - 700.00

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136 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 319915. Caliber .31 percussion, Barrel length 4”. Manufactured in 1869. Standard Model 1849, manufactured near the end of production with an octagon barrel and New York barrel address. Barrel retains generous amounts of the original high polish blued finish, frame colors have darkened, 30-40% visible cylinder scene turned brown patina, original nipples, very good original varnished walnut one piece grips, brass trigger guard and grip strap, no traces of plating. Strong visible rifling with black powder residue. Has all matching numbers except wedge is not numbered. It is missing the front trigger guard screw, revolver indexes but needs some attention to the timing as it sometimes locks up. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 137 137 - (A) 1863 DATED ENGLISH TOWER MUSKET. NSN. 38 - 7/8” barrel. Caliber is .65 bore. This Tower musket has the 1863 date on lock with British crown. Left side of barrel has English proofs. It is a 3 band smooth bore. Brass patch box has been added. Rifle has brass trigger guard and butt plate, trigger guard has a crack at forward rear tang screw. Stock has military inspector stamps on belly. Bottom of butt has old stamp inscription that says “Bentley & ?”. Wood is very good with usual minor dings, no cracks. Top of comb is carved. Metal is brown patina with corrosion at breech. Working condition. No provision for rear sight. These rifles were widely used by The Confederacy during the Civil War and hundreds were shipped South through the blockades during this period. 500.00 - 800.00

138 - (A) CASED ALLEN & WHEELOCK REVOLVER. Serial No. 282. 3” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. This is a large frame early model Manufactured from 1857 to 1860’s. This is a very scarce pistol, seldom seen, with approximately 500 produced in all variations. Frame is simply marked “Allen & Wheelock”. Hammer is stamped “Patented April 16, 1845”. Nearly 100% cylinder scene Perfect legends. Has the walnut bag handle, bar hammer, double action, and octagon barrel. Indexes perfectly but return is sticky. Grips are excellent. All matching numbers on barrel, cylinder, and frame. Metal is a smooth brown patina. Very good bore with black powder residue. This is the first revolver made by Allen and exhibits the pepperbox influence. Comes in a period walnut case with brown lining. Has a wood-handled cleaning rod and comes with three bullet molds. The brass bullet mold and steel bullet mold are proper caliber, plus an extra, large diameter bullet mold. Rare and early revolver. 500.00 - 800.00

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139 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER Serial No. 147212. Caliber .44 percussion, Barrel length 8”. Standard military U.S. issue Colt 1860 Army manufactured in 1863. Cut for shoulder stock. Has the “S” inspector stamp on barrel, frame, trigger guard and back strap. Has all six original nipples. 40% naval scene on cylinder. All matching numbers except lever is mis-numbered. All metal is grey patina. Walnut grips are very good with no visible cartouche and freshened up. Strong rifling with usual black powder abrasion. Cylinder does not index. 600.00 - 800.00

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140 - (A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1870 GASSER REVOLVER. Serial No. 80592. Caliber 11.25 x 36, Barrel length 7-1/4”. This Dragoon size revolver was manufactured in Vienna. Invented by Leopold Gasser. The Model 1870 was issued to NCO’s in combat service. The frame is marked on left side “l.Gasser, Wien” has all matching numbers, left side of frame has a unit stamp “19.LR/17.” Has checkered walnut bag handles with lanyard ring. Features safety bar on right side. All metal is a brown freckled patina. Indexes perfectly, strong clean bore. Very good all original example of an early Austrian/ Hungarian military horse pistol. 600.00 - 900.00

141 - (A) PAIR OF MORGAN & CLAPP SINGLE SHOT DERRINGERS. Caliber .30 rimfire, Barrel length 3”. These single shot Derringers were manufactured from 1864-1866 by Morgan & Clapp in New Haven Connecticut, only 500 were ever manufactured. They feature a 3” blued full octagon barrel, nickel plated frame, spur trigger, exposed hammer, with twopiece varnished rose wood grips. They are referred to as a swing out Derringer. They are a matched set with identical finish. Frames retain 99% nickel with nice colors on hammer. Barrels are blued. It is interesting to note that while they are identical in looks, one barrel is stamped with the maker while the other is blank and devoid of any markings. Bores on both guns are excellent. This set of Deringers comes in a period wooden case with carry handle. Rarely seen in singles, let alone doubles. 600.00 - 1,100.00

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142 - (A) ANTOINE ROBERTS ST. ETIENNE FRENCH FLINTLOCK. NSV. Caliber .65 smooth bore, Barrel length 8-1/2”. Fine original French flintlock, single shot pistol has a half octagon barrel with light engraving near breech, lock plate is stamped “Antoine Roberts St. Etienne”. Brass pommel and trigger guard with two brass rod retaining thimbles. Brass tipped cleaning rod, excellent incised walnut stock with no cracks or chips. Iron furniture is a grey patina with age spotting. Very good clean bore. Perfect action. 700.00 - 1,200.00

143 - (A) REMINGTON-BEAL’S S.A.A. PERCUSSION REVOLVER Serial No. 14561. Caliber .36 percussion, Barrel length 7-1/2”. The Remington Beal’s Navy Revolver was only manufactured for two years, 1861 and 1862. It is referred to as the Navy due to its frame sign and caliber. This revolver is military issue with inspector marks, but is not Navy stamped. The loading lever contains flashes of brilliant blue, but the gun is basically gray patina. The barrel address is feathered out either from wear or cleaning, two piece walnut grips are excellent, with the brass trigger guard that has not been cleaned. Has all six original nipples. Index’s perfectly. Strong riffled bore with minor black powder abrasion. Overall a very clean example of this rare revolver. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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144 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 217693. Caliber .31 percussion, Barrel length 4” Manufactured in 1862. One of the most popular pocket revolvers carried during the Civil War on both sides of the conflict. Standard 31 cal. six shot, single action percussion with octagon barrel, original varnished walnut grips, case colored frame, loading lever and hammer. Has silver plated brass back strap and trigger guard (traces remain) Barrel retains 30% of the original high polish blue, balance patina with razor sharp edges and legends. New York barrel address. 70% stage coach cylinder scene remains. Frame colors have faded. All matching serial numbers including wedge and loading lever. Grips retain 70% original varnish. Action is perfect, strong clean bore. All original nipples. Way above average 49. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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145 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Serial No. 40330. Caliber .45 long Colt, Barrel length 7-1/2”. Manufactured 1898. Offered is a standard Colt Model 1878 double action revolver. Features: six shot, double action, blue finish, with colt black gutta percha grips and lanyard ring. All metal surfaces are a pleasing smooth brown patina. Action works perfectly both single and double. Very good rifle bore with minor black powder abrasions. Very good original grips with small blemish on left panel. 700.00 - 1,200.00

146 - (A) CASED AND ENGRAVED S&W MODEL 1-1/2 REVOLVER 3-5/8” Serial No. 101094. Caliber .32 S&W, Barrel length 3-5/8”. Manufactured from 1878-1892. This revolver is a 5 shot, single action, tip up, spur trigger with birds head ivory grips. This revolver exhibits lovely engraving, probably factory, on frame and barrel breach. Traces of case colors on hammer. Retains approximately 75%-80% original factory nickel finish. The ivory or bone grips have yellowed but are in excellent condition. Cylinder indexes properly. Strong rifling. This fine deluxe revolver is housed in a period walnut case with rust colored velvet and comes with a full two piece box of union metallic cartridges. 700.00 - 1,300.00

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147 - (M) LOT OF 2: SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS Serial No. F02021 & 30181. Gun A): Bersa Thunder .380 Semiautomatic Pistol with a 3-5/8” barrel features a composite grip, blued steel barrel, two-position safety, steel front sight, adjustable rear sight and seven round capacity. Manufactured in Argentina. Retains virtually all of the matte blue finish, grips mint. This is a double action. Serial No. F02021 Gun B): Is a Erma Luger .22 semi -automatic pistol with serial No. 30181. Caliber is .22 long rifle, barrel length 4-1/2”. Pistols were manufactured in the USA by Stoeger Arms, New Jersey. It is patterned after the German P-08. Features the black enameled frame, with a blued barrel and smooth walnut grips. Has one magazine. 95% original finish with usual high edge wear. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

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148 - (M) MIB RUGER BISLEY BLACK HAWK S.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 36-77592. Caliber .357 magnum, Barrel length is 7-1/2”. Offered is an as new with matching box and outer wrapper Ruger Bisley target revolver. Features blued finish, flat top frame, adjustable rear sight, non-fluted cylinder and walnut grips. Six shot, single action, shows in as new condition in and out with light drag line. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 148

149 - (C) COLT HUNTSMAN SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Serial No. 109783-C. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 4-1/2”. Manufactured in 1956. Standard issue Colt Huntsman with fixed front sight and wind drift rear, blued finish with black composite grips, The back strap and back of slide are a blue/brown patina, trigger guard and front grip strap are a blue mixed patina. Overall approximately 70% original finish remains. Has an original Colt stamped magazine. Fine bore and action. Comes in an original period style brown box, not numbered to gun nor does it have any end label, hinge is broken, split aprons with tape. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 149

150 - (M) GLOCK MODEL 17 GEN 4 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. UEB171. Caliber 9x19, Barrel length 4”. These quality hand guns were manufactured in Austria. The Model 17 is a single action, semi -automatic with the matte finish and alloy frame with white dot front sight and wind drip white outline rear. Gun remains in near new condition inside and out and comes in the original carry case with three magazines and tools. 400.00 - 600.00

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151 - (M) BOXED RUGER MARK II SEMI-AUTO TARGET PISTOL Serial No. 218-21666. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 7”. This special pistol is constructed of stainless steel and has the flat machined barrel sides and fully adjustable rear sight. Comes with a pair of Ruger black composite grips as well as a pair of custom checkered right hand thumb rest grips. Has three magazines. Comes with a scope base and stainless rings. In the original box with paperwork. 400.00 - 600.00

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152 - (M) GLOCK MODEL 17 GEN 4 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Serial No. UEB170. Caliber 9x19, Barrel length 4”. These quality hand guns were manufactured in Austria. The Model 17 is a single action, semi -automatic with the matte finish and alloy frame with white dot front sight and wind drip white outline rear. Gun remains in near new condition inside and out and comes in the original carry case with three magazines and tools. 400.00 - 600.00

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153 - (M) WALTHER PP - SUPER 9X18 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL Serial No. 14369. Caliber 9x18 Police, Barrel length 3 - 5/8”. The Walther PP Super came into existence circa 1972, as a proposed service handgun for West German police. Approximately 4000 of these were manufactured. Features: double action, magazine fed, white dot front sight, matted rib, black composite grips and high polish blue finish. 98-99% of the original finish remains with very minor high edge wear. Mint bore and action. Imported from West Germany by Interarms. Includes two magazines. 400.00 - 600.00

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154 - (M) LOT OF 2: RUGER HANDGUNS Serial No. 63-44449 & 169054. Gun A: Is a standard Ruger Single Six, Caliber .22, barrel length 5-1/2”, blued finish, walnut grips, adjustable rear sight, six shot, single action. Revolver is a pre warning. Has seen use. Has some dings on left side of barrel. Abrasion on left side of frame. High edge wear, Grips very good. Fine bore and action. Serial No. 63-44449. Gun B: Is a Ruger Pre Warning .22 cal. Semi -Automatic pistol. Barrel length 6”. Blued finish with black composite grips. Comes with one magazine. Pistol has been used. Shows high edge wear, grip straps and barrel blue are thinning. Retains approximately 80% original finish. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

155 - (C) 1ST GEN. COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 221747. 4-3/4” barrel in .38-40 WCF. This revolver was manufactured in 1902. Somewhere along the line the trigger guard was replaced with No. 156699. Gun retains approximately 90% of the re-applied nickel finish with very readable proper two-line barrel address, as well as the two-line patent date on left side of frame. Left side of barrel is stamped “.38 WCF”. Two frame screws are marred, as is cylinder pin head. Sports a pair of custom checkered silver medallion walnut grips, missing the left side medallion. Strong clean bore. Indexes and locks up fine, but action needs tuning. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

156 - (C) BOXED COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 402595. This pistol was manufactured in 1922. Has a 2” barrel. Chambered for the .25 A.C.P. Standard pistol with blued finish, case colored trigger, safety and grip safety with silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Gun retains approximately 85% original factory blue with high edge wear and age freckling on side. Brilliant case colors. Fine bore action. Has the original two- toned Colt stamped magazine. Comes in the original box, numbered to the gun in pencil with the original blue end label. The box is all there but aprons are broken and will need to be reassembled/restored. No paperwork. 400.00 - 600.00

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157 - (M) PAIR OF S&W MODEL 10-6 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS Serial No. D926431 & D432704. Caliber .38 Special, Barrel length 4”. Both are blued, six shot, double action, fixed sights, silver medallion checkered walnut grips, both revolvers have seen use and holster wear and look like ex- police issue/worn guns. Finish is between 50-60%, all original. Both have fine bores and actions. D926431 has the large target grips with heavy wear. D432704 has the smaller Magna grips. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 157

158 - (C) LOT OF 3: COLLECTOR HANDGUNS. Serial No. AD47351, 50056, 915. (A) Savage Model 1907 semi -automatic pistol. Serial Number is 50056. Caliber is .32 ACP. Barrel Length. is 3 3/4” This pistol was manufactured in 1910 - 1911 and features the bright blue factory finish with the Savage Logo black rubber grips. It is a single action semi -automatic, magazine fed. Pistol retains approximately 60% original factory blue blending with patina. Right grip panel is turning brown with a chip in the logo and hairline crack on top. Left grip panel is excellent. Strong bore, fine action. Gun B) This is an H&R Model 929 Double Action revolver. Serial Number is AD47351. Caliber is .22 rim fire. Barrel length is 4”. High quality swing out 9 shot revolver with blue finish and black H&R logo grips with fixed sites. Revolver is in excellent condition retaining 95% original factory finish with some minor age spotting on right side of frame and barrel. Action is perfect. Near mint bore. Gun C) This is a Young America safety hammer 5 shot double action revolver. No serial number. Has a 2” barrel. Caliber is .32 C.F. This double action pocket revolver was patented in 1887 and features an octagon barrel with factory nickel finish and black gutta percha grips. Has a spur-less hammer. Back strap is turned brown patina otherwise retains approximately 85% original finish. Perfect actions and strong bore. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 158

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159 - (C) BRAZILIAN 1940 CONTRACT M1911. Serial No. AP1613292. 5” barrel in caliber .45 ACP. The slide on this pistol is number 8224, right side is stamped with the Brazilian Crest dated 1940. Colt patents on left side of slide. The frame is a replacement not original to gun, and the barrel is blued, stamped “SP” on left lug. Has a fine bore. Has the brown checkered composite Keyes type grips. No star. Has a serrated slide stop, safety, hammer, with arched main spring housing. Magazine is stamped, “Colt .45 Auto”. 400.00 - 600.00

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160 - (C) COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 618005. 2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1952. Standard features: blued finish, six shot, double action, and Colt logo plastic grips. Gun has seen some carry wear. Thinning at muzzle, high edges, and has a light drag line. Approximately 85% original blue. Perfect action and lock up. Near mint bore. Probably the most recognized gun in the Hollywood film Noir genre. 400.00 - 600.00

161 - (C) BOXED COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Serial No. 22372. 22372 7-1/2” barrel in caliber .44 percussion. Manufactured between 1974 and 1978. It is a mint, unfired continuation of the original Colt Third Model dragoon with high polish blue finish; case colored frame hammer, loading lever; brass back strap and trigger guard, and mint burled walnut grips. Gun has never been cleaned. Brass has mellowed. Virtually new inside and out. Opposite box end missing. 400.00 - 600.00

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162 - (C) CUSTOM COLT OFFICER’S MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Serial No. 752072. 4-1/8” barrel in caliber .38 Special. Manufactured 1949. This is a fourth issue, six shot, double action with blued finish, Colt medallion checkered walnut grips. Barred has been shortened. Target front sight reset and adjustable target rear sight. Perfect double and single action. Grips are excellent. Retains approximately 85% original finish with high edge and muzzle wear. Strong, clean, rifled bore. Perfect action. Well-balanced target pistol. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 163 163 - (C) GUNSMITH LUGER/SKS LOT. Serial No. 9873 & 495. This lot includes an altered complete Luger, a Luger frame, a Luger upper as well as an SKS bolt, extra stocks and a bag of SKS parts. It appears as if there are enough parts to almost build a gun, but we have not tried to assemble. The number on the SKS is 71299 and there is no frame. The Luger upper is dated 1916. The frame is stripped and numbered 495 and lastly we have the pistol itself which is a DWM Luger number 9873. The bridge is ground, barrel cut, rough edges, pitting, grips worn, magazine altered, visible parts numbered are matching. This assortment of items is being offered as a gunsmith parts only lot. 400.00 - 600.00

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164 - (M) BOXED PIONEER ARMS MODEL PPS43-C. Serial No. KM03914P. Has a 9.8â&#x20AC;? barrel, caliber is 9x19. This pistol was manufactured at the Radom plant in Poland. It is semi -automatic and fires from the closed bolt. The folding stock is permanently fixed. It is a semiautomatic copy of an original that was introduced in 1941. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s magazine fed, black finish with black composite grip. Gun is in near new condition inside. Does have some wear rubs to outside of heath shield. Comes in the original shipping box with two magazines, an oil bottle and cleaning rod. 400.00 - 600.00

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165 - (C) LOT OF 2: EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS Serial No. 26013 & 47527. The first pistol is a Model 1914 with serial No. 47527. Caliber 7.65, Barrel length is 3”. This pistol was manufactured in Spain by the Ebar Firm. It is stamped “1914 Model Automatic Pistol”. Features blued finish and fully checkered walnut grips. All metal is gray patina with scattered pitting. Has a near mint bore and is fine working order. The second gun, referred to as a Langenhan Army Model, Caliber .32 ACP, Barrel length 4”, with serial No. 26013. Magazine fed. Semi-automatic. Blued finish with black composite grips. Often referred to as F.L Selbstlader which was only produced for military use during WWI for the German Army and was never placed for sale to the commercial market. Gun is in excellent condition retaining 85% factory original finish with overall high edge wear. Grips are excellent. Near mint bore. Fine working order. 400.00 - 650.00

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166 - (M) MIB S&W MODEL 625 CLASSIC REVOLVER. Serial No. SDS0641. Caliber .45 long Colt, Barrel length 5” Offered is a .45 stainless, double action revolver build on the round butt frame. Full bottom lug, adjustable rear sight, brushed stainless finish, black rubber S&W silver medallion grips. Gun has been lightly used showing signs of firing with light drag line but remains in near new condition. Fine bore and action. Comes in the original numbered matching box. 500.00 - 700.00

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167 - (C) S&W MODEL 1917 BRAZILIAN D.A. REVOLVER Serial No. 149207. Caliber .45 ACP/Auto-rim, Barrel length 5-1/2”. 25,000 Model 1917 were made for the Brazilian government and were stamped with the Brazilian crest bearing the date of 1937. Other than the crest, this revolver is a standard commercial Model 1917. This revolver dates to the first shipment in 1937. Standard features: six shot, double action, fixed sights, blued finish with case colored hammer and trigger. The smooth walnut grips are numbered to gun on the right panel. There is an import stamp under the barrel. Revolvers retains approximately 70% original factory blue with minor nicks and mixing with brown patina. Grips are excellent with the usual minor abrasions. Perfect action, bore is near mint. 500.00 - 700.00

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168 - (C) HIGH STANDARD MODEL 106 TOURNAMENT PISTOL. Serial No. 1778874. This semi-automatic pistol has a 5 - 1/2” barrel and is chambered for a .22 rifle cartridge. This pistol was manufactured beginning of June 1965. It comes standard with blue finish, and checkered walnut right - handed thumb rest grips. Has original marked magazine, and fully adjustable rear sight. Top of frame has a matte finish, balance of pistol retains 98% of its original high polish rust blue finish. Fine bore and action. Comes with a Hunter holster. 400.00 - 600.00

169 - (C) WALTHER P5 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 10289. 3-1/2” barrel in 9mm. The P5 was introduced in 1977. It is a double action pistol with alloy frame, adjustable rear sight, white dot sights, and black composite grips. Near new inside. Does have some rubs on the slide from holster wear. 400.00 - 600.00

170 - (C) S&W .38 M & P VICTORY (NAVY) MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. V76497. Caliber .38 S&W Special, Barrel length 4”. These revolvers were manufactured 1942-1945. This example is stamped “US Navy” on top strap. Standard features: six shot, double action, fixed sights, phosphate military finish, with case colored hammer and trigger, smooth walnut grips and lanyard ring. Built on the square butt, K frame. Right grip panel is numbered 659765 (not matching). Revolver retains approximately 85-90% of the original military finish, grips are excellent. Action perfect, bore is near mint. Nice example of scarce Navy model. 500.00 - 700.00

171 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 514716. Caliber .32 ACP, Barrel length 3-1/2”. Manufactured in 1934. This standard pistol features blued finish and features a set of period after market real MOP grips. Gun exhibits high edge wear on slide and grip straps. Still retains approximately 85% original full factory blue. Perfect action, strong bore. Comes with an original proper Colt magazine stamped “CAL .32 Colt”. 500.00 - 700.00

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172 - (C) S&W .455 MARK II SECOND MODEL H E REVOLVER. Serial No. 44339. Caliber .455, Barrel length 6-1/2”. Manufactured 1915-1917. This revolver was manufactured 1915-1917 on the square butt N-frame with five screws, so called hand ejector model. These were exported for the English market for use in the first World War and has the usual British proof marks on barrel, frame and cylinder. It was converted sometime later to accept the standard .45 cartridge as the .455 cartridge has been stamped over on left side of barrel. Standard features: six shot, double action, fixed sights, blued finish with silver medallion checkered prewar walnut grips (rough and replaced). This revolver has case colored hammer and trigger and a lanyard ring. These revolvers usually survived in less than collectable condition and this is one of the better examples as it retains approximately 80% of the original S&W blued finish. It would be quite handsome with a better set of grips. Bore is near mint and the action is perfect. 500.00 - 700.00

173 - (C) GASSER MODEL 1891 REVOLVER Serial No. 45504. Caliber 8mm, Barrel length 4-1/2”. 180,000 copies were produced by the firm Leopold Gasser Waffenfabrik in Vienna from 1898 to 1912. The M1898 was planned to be replaced in the Austro-Hungarian cavalry by the Roth–Steyr M1907, and in the infantry by the Steyr M1912, prior to the outbreak of the First World War. However production of newer pistols was not sufficient and the weapon continued in service, especially as issued to NCOs, officers and as a secondary weapon to machine gunners. In some armies, it was used through the Second World War, including Italy and Yugoslavia. This revolver features all matching numbers. Left side of Frame “Patent Rast-Gasser Wien”. Unit marked Lw15 on left side of frame. Eight shot, double action, blued finish, checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring. Action is perfect, strong bore. This lovely revolver remains in excellent condition with 85% factory blue starting to soften. Excellent original grips. 500.00 - 700.00

174 - (M) S&W MODEL 617-6 .22 STAINLESS REVOLVER. Serial No. CMZ6024. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 4-1/8”. Referred to as the K-22 Masterpiece , has the stainless finish, full lug, and built on the round butt stainless K target frame with three screws. This is a ten shot revolver with the fluted cylinder, adjustable rear sight with light infused front sight, and Hogue rubber grips (no S & W monogram). The 617-6 was introduced in 2001 with the internal key lock system. Gun has been fired but is in excellent condition with a strong bore and fine action. 500.00 - 700.00

175 - (C) COLT 1903 HAMMERLESS .32 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 486675. Caliber .32ACP, Barrel length 4”. Manufactured in 1928. Standard feature: blued finish, Colt silver medallion walnut grips with the original two toned magazine, stamped “CAL. 32 COLT” Pistol has high edge wear and some minor wear at top of slide. Retains 93-95% of the original factory high polish blue finish. Strong clean bore, perfect action. 500.00 - 700.00

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176 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 38 BODYGUARD AIR WEIGHT. Serial No. J711230. Caliber .38 S&W Special, Barrel length 2”. This revolver was Manufactured.in 1979-1980. Features the steel barrel and cylinder (blued), with blued alloy frame, protected but visible hammer, sports S&W silver medallion faux ivory grips with case colored trigger, five shot, double action. Revolver is in as new condition with no signs of having ever been fired and only the lightest of cylinder drag line. Comes in the original blue two piece box with paperwork and cleaning tool. Box matches gun. 500.00 - 700.00

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177 - (C) CZ MODEL 27 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 343760. 4” barrel in 7.65 caliber. Standard war-time Nazi Production in Czechoslovakia. Left side of slide has fnh stamp. Has a Waffenamt WaA 76 on right side of frame. Has a Waffenamt with swastika on barrel. One piece wrap- around black grips with CZ logo. Has matte blue war-time finish. Aside from some silvering on grip strap, pistol retains 95% finish. Fine bore and action. Extremely high condition CZ. Magazine is stamped P.MOD.27. 500.00 - 700.00

178 - (C) GERMAN LUGER DOUBLE DATE DWM. Serial No. 5861. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol was manufactured in 1917. It has the 1920 date added to bridge. These are referred to as double date models and were re-worked and re-issued to German Army and Police Units as permitted by the Versaille treaty. This pistol has all matching visible numbers including grips. Retains virtually all of its high polish blued finish. The side scallops have been jeweled, grips are worn. Very good bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

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179 - (C) BOXED S&W MODEL 63 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. BFK0240. 4” barrel in .22 rim-fire caliber. Features stainless steel finish. Matching box with all paperwork. Model 63-3 six shot, double action with target sight and Smith & Wesson logo checkered wood grips. Shows no cylinder burn. Light drag line. 500.00 - 700.00

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180 - (C) MIB COLT MUSTANG SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. MU47392. 2-3/4” barrel in .380 ACP. Has blued finish and black rubber grips with Colt logo. Slide is stamped “Colt Mk IV Series 80 Mustang”. As new in matching box with paperwork. 500.00 - 700.00

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181 - (M) CASED STAINLESS WALTHER MODEL PPK PISTOL. Serial No. A048076. Caliber is .380 ACP, barrel length is 3”. This pistol shows in as -new condition. It is the stainless steel version of PPK. This example was manufactured in the U.S.A. by Interarms in Virginia. It is standard in all respects with Walther black composite grips. Comes with two original marked magazines, one with black bumper and a velvet lined blue leatherette display case. 500.00 - 700.00

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182 - (C) 1964 COLT GEN. HOOD TENNESSEE COMM. REVOLVER Serial No. 0373GH. This is a Colt Scout General Hood’s Tennessee Campaign commemorative single action .22 revolver. Gun is as new in the original Colt display case, 4-1/2” barrel and is entirely gold plated with blued accents. Wood grips. No visible turn line. Manufactured in 1964. 500.00 - 700.00

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183 - (M) MIB HI-STANDARD MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL Serial No. HS1221871. This gun is brand new and is still in the factory wrap with the packing grease that has not been removed. It is built on the basic Colt Govt. Model design. Features include a 5” barrel, chambered for the .45 ACP, brushed stainless finish, adjustable rear sight, lightweight adjustable trigger, ambidextrous safety, lightweight bobbed hammer, beaver-tail grip safety, checkered flat mainspring housing and checkered walnut grips. All the small parts are in a blued finish which contrasts nicely with the brushed stainless. Includes one magazine. 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 183

184 - (M) MIB HI-STANDARD “G-MAN” SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. HS00260. Patterned after the Colt 1911, it features a 5” barrel, semi-automatic, matte finish, and chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. Other features include wind-drift rear sight, ambidextrous safeties, beaver-tail grip safety, serrated flat mainspring housing, adjustable smooth trigger, diamond checkered wooden grips and lightweight bobbed hammer. Include two magazines (both with bumpers). As new in box with all paperwork. 500.00 - 700.00

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185 - (C) FINE CONDITION JAPANESE TYPE 26 REVOLVER Serial No. 25652. Caliber .9 mm Japanese, Barrel length 4-3/4”. This revolver features: six shot, double action, blued finish with serrated beech-wood grips (serrated grips are replacements on this early issued gun). This revolver was manufactured at the Koishikawa-Tokyo arsenal. This revolver remains in beautiful all original condition, retaining 89-90% original finish with some age flaking on cylinder. The hammer retains the majority of the fire blue finish, Grips are excellent with a lanyard ring. Perfect action, near mint bore. 450.00 - 700.00

186 - (C) FINE CONDITION JAPANESE TYPE 26 REVOLVER Serial No. 50563. Caliber 9 mm Japanese, Barrel length 4-3/4”. This revolver features: six shot, double action, blued finish with checkered beech-wood grips. This revolver was manufactured at the Koishikawa-Tokyo arsenal. This revolver remains in beautiful all original condition, retaining 89-90% original finish with some age flaking on right side of frame and some dulling on the cylinder. The hammer retains the majority of the fire blue finish. Grips are excellent with a lanyard ring. Perfect action, near mint bore. 450.00 - 700.00

187 - (C) HI-STANDARD CITATION SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 1248693. Caliber is .22 Rim fire. Offered is a model 103 target pistol with removable weights, fully adjustable rear sight, mussel break, and high standard logo brown composite grips. The 103 series was introduced in 1960 and was manufactured until 1963. The Citation model featured the 8” barrel which is extremely difficult to find today due to the short production run. Pistol remains in excellent condition and retains virtually all of the factory blue finish. A fine bore and action. Grips are excellent. Instantly recognized by shooters and collectors alike due to its space gun appearance. Comes with one original High Standard marked magazine. 450.00 - 700.00

188 - (C) NAZI ISSUE MODEL 27 CZ PISTOL. Serial No. 174161. Caliber 7.65 mm (.32 auto), Barrel length is 3-3/4”. The semi-automatic Model CZ 27 was manufactured from 1927-1951. The CZ factory, under German occupation, operated under the name Bohmische Waffenfabrik Ag in Prague. This is an early Nazi marked example and still retains the commercial style blue finish as shipped in the 1938 order of 41,000 guns. Has matching numbers on slide and frame. Right side of frame has the Waffenamt stamp “WaA76”. The barrel has the Waffenamt with Swastika. Gun remains in beautiful all original condition retaining 80% original factory blue finish, thinned on front strap. Has an excellent pair of original brown composite CZ grips and comes with one original magazine. Magazine is stamped “P. Model. 27”. No Nazi stamps on magazine. Very scarce in this finish and condition. Later models featured the military style finish. Most Nazi marked guns have the later style war time finish. 450.00 - 750.00

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189 - (C) RUGER FLATTOP “BLACKHAWK” 357 REVOLVER. Serial No. 23572. Caliber .357 magnum, Barrel length is 4-3/4”. This flattop was manufactured in 1959. Standard blued finish, six shot, single action with adjustable rear sight and Ruger logo black plastic grips. Early example that has seen some use. Loading gate is turning, high edge wear on muzzle and ejector rod, 75% original blue on cylinder with high edge wear and drag line. Near mint grips. Perfect action and bore. 500.00 - 700.00

190 - (C) COLT .22 CALIBER (PRE-WOODSMAN) PISTOL. Serial No. 9522. 6-5/8” barrel in .22 rim-fire caliber. This semi-automatic pistol was manufactured in 1919 and is the fore-runner to the target model with the adjustable front and rear sight. Left side of frame is stamped Colt Automatic 22 long rifle with Colt pony at rear. Barrel is stamped with 1918 as the last date. Has the pre -Woodsman diamond checkered walnut grips and the two -tone magazine is marked. Comes with an extra two- tone magazine. Gun retains approximately 60% original blue finish, fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

191 - (C) WALTHER PRE-WAR PPK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 258291K. Caliber is 7.65, barrel length is 3”, serial number is 258291K. This pistol was manufactured in 1930. It is a double action, blued finish with original brown composite wrap around grips. Original magazine stamped Walther. Frame retains 98% of the re-applied finish as does slide. The slide and trigger guard have taken on a purplish hue. Grips are very good and has a repaired stress crack on right side. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00 192 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 55683. 6-3/4” barrel in .22 rim-fire caliber. This pistol was manufactured in 1927 and dates to the first year of the marked Woodsman Target pistol. Features include target front sight, wind drift rear sight, blued finish and fully checkered walnut grips. Has the original two-toned Colt magazine stamped “CAL. 22 COLT”. Grips are excellent with no cracks or chips. Light wear at base. Pistol exhibits some light muzzle wear with a couple of minor spots on right side of barrel showing metal and high edge wear to slide. Still retains 95% blue on both straps. Strong clean bore and fine action. This pistol comes with the original test target by serial number that shows it was tested by famed Colt employee Fitz (John Henry Fitzgerald employed 1918 - 1944). 500.00 - 800.00

193 - (M) S&W MODEL 66-2 REVOLVER. Serial No. ALD8037. .357 magnum with a 2-1/2” barrel. This revolver is referred to as the “Combat Magnum Stainless Revolver”. It is a six shot double action revolver built on the stainless steel K target frame and chambered for the .357 magnum cartridge. Manufactured from 1982 to 1985. It is in the desirable 2-1/2” barrel length and features the adjustable rear sight with red ramp front and checkered wood grips. Cylinder shows no signs of burn, albeit there is a light drag line. Mint bore and action. 500.00 - 800.00

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194 - (M) S&W MODEL 19-4 D.A. REVOLVER (NICKEL). Serial No. 68K6984. Caliber .357 Magnum, Barrel length 6”. Manufactured in 1980. The Model 19 is referred to as the Combat Magnum, built on the square butt, K- target frame, four screw with red ramp front sight, white outline adjustable rear. The 17-4 change came in 1977. Other features include; full factory nickel finish, solid rib, six shot, double action, wide case -colored target hammer, wide serrated target trigger, finger groove rosewood smooth silver medallion grips. Gun has a light drag line, retains 99% original factory nickel. Beautiful revolver. 500.00 - 800.00

195 - (M) MIB COLT DELTA ELITE PISTOL. Serial No. DE12602. 5” barrel in 10mm caliber. This pistol is as new in original matching box with paperwork. Features blued finish, black composite grips, built on the 1911 Model. Comes with one magazine. 600.00 - 800.00

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196 - (M) SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1911-A1 OMEGA TARGET PISTOL Serial No. NM58895. 6” barrel in .45 ACP. This is a National Match Target version of the Colt Model 1911 that features the fully adjustable target rear sight, flat top, Hi-Viz front sight, double ported, lightweight bobbed hammer, lightweight adjustable trigger, blued finish, and checkered walnut stocks. Comes in an original box with extra magazine and instructions. 600.00 - 800.00

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197 - (C) NAZI MARKED MAUSER MODEL HSC SA PISTOL Serial No. 824835. Caliber is 7.65 mm (.32 auto), serial number us 824835, barrel length is 3”. Early Nazi issue Mauser. Left rear trigger guard has Waffenamt 135, right trigger guard has Waffenamt “N”, Waffenamt “N” on right side. Slide retains approximately 60% war time blue finish. Frame basically is gun metal patina. Very good checkered walnut grips, but checkering is thin. One original magazine. Near mint bore, fine action. Scarce Nazi issue HSc. 600.00 - 800.00

198 - (C) RUGER FLATTOP BLACKHAWK S.A. REVOLVER Serial No. 626. Caliber .44 magnum, Barrel length is 6-1/2”. This revolver dates to the first year production in 1956. This is a variation two. It sports a full nickel finish with real ivory two piece grips with Ruger medallions. According to all literature Ruger never offered the nickel finish in the early Blackhawk so this was either done outside the factory is as a very special order as evidenced of the ivory grips. That said, all factory legends are sharp and there is no nickel within the factory stamps. The nickel has started to cloud and there is a quarter inch area of freckling on left side of barrel. Grips are excellent, action is perfect, bore is near mint. One of the most handsome and special versions of the flattop Ruger we have seen. The cylinder shows light signs of burn so this revolver has not been fired to any extent after finish was applied. It is a full nickel in that the rear sight and hammer are also nickel plated. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

199 - (C) SAVAGE/COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC Serial No. 432700. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1918. Standard issue, US Colt Model 1911 semi -automatic pistol manufactured during the last year of the great war. Standard features: blued finish, small front sight, round edge square notched rear sight (replaced 3rd variation), checkered long wide spur hammer, long smooth trigger, checkered slide stop and safety, flat main spring housing with lanyard, two tone magazine with lanyard, Colt inspected eagle head “S16”, left side of frame stamped “United States Property” with Augusta Arsenal “A.A.” (rebuilt stamp), diamond checkered walnut grips. Slide was manufactured by Savage who did not make any complete guns (slides only). Left side of slide has the Colt patent with Savage logo in a circle. Right side is stamped “Model of 1911, US Army”. As to condition: slide is a soft brown patina with some light salt and pepper finish, frame is a dull military phosphate, barrel is later replacement. Fine bore and action. Pistol comes with a Boyt 1918 holster. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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200 - (C) NORW. 1914 PISTOL WITH CAPTURE PAPERS. Serial No. 11783. 5” barrel in caliber 11.25. These pistols were manufactured in Norway under Colt license from 1917 to 1933. This example is dated 1926 on right side of slide. This is a very close copy of the Colt 1911. The left side of slide is stamped “11.25m/m AUT. pistol M/1914”. Has two Norwegian acceptance stamps on left side and has matching serial number on slide, frame, trigger, safety, slide stop, barrel, recoil spring guide, barrel bushing, firing pin retainer, firing pin, hammer, magazine catch housing, and internal frame rail. The only part not numbered to gun is the recoil spring plug, which is number 812. Has the original, proper Norwegian magazine with lanyard loop and distinctive cut on right side, and proper diamond checkered grips which are not numbered. All metal parts are blued, retain at least 95%-97% original finish with light high edge wear. Grips are excellent. Barrel is blued with excellent bore and stamped with matching serial number. Comes with the original capture papers dated November 1945, listed as “1 Belgium Pistol Cal 45 No. 11783”. Comes in proper Norwegian unmarked tan holster with brass hanger. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

201 - (C) BOXED COLT POLICE POSITIVE TARGET REVOLVER. Serial No. 42537. Barrel length is 6”, caliber is .22 long rifle. This fine revolver was manufactured in 1937. Standard features include, adjustable front and rear sight, blued finish, six shot, double action, matte finish flat top, silver medallion checkered walnut grips and finely checkered trigger and back strap. Comes in its original Colt box numbered to gun with proper end label. Box has had some tape repairs but is complete. Revolver retains approximately 98%-99% original factory blue finish with near mint bore and grips , the cylinder showing just light drag line and touch of wear at muzzle. The .22 caliber version of this target pistol is far scarcer and much more desirable than its .38 caliber counter -part. Also comes with its original shooting suggestions booklet. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

202 - (C) GILES CUSTOM COLT 1911 TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 192717. Caliber .38 super, Barrel length is 5”. This .38 super was manufactured in 1968. The pistol retains most of the standard features of a pre -series 70 fourth model 38 super. It was sent to the famous Giles custom shop on 4/20/1968. This pistol has the original Giles ten shot 50 yard test target dated with serial number. The original instruction sheet, original sales record and two Giles signed test targets. Custom features include; extended rib stamped “Giles 45 shot Odessa, Florida”, has the custom adjustable rear sight, custom hammer, main spring housing and grip strap are stippled. The magazine is stamped “Colt .38 special” which would indicate that this gun was converted from a 38 super to .38 wadgun. Pistol retains 99% of the original factory blue finish. Mint bore and action. Comes in the original period box that has been cut out for sight extension. Includes an extra magazine. Bottom of box is numbered to gun with proper label. Giles is world famous for turning out some of the finest shooting Colt 1911’s ever produced. Their list of awards and accolades bares no explanation to any avid target shooter. A superb example of one of the finest target 1911’s ever assembled. The original price tag in1968 put this pistol at $1,200, a princely sum for that time. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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203 - (M) COLT PRE-SERIES 70 MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL Serial No. 331169-C. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel 5” Manufactured in 1969. This standard pre -series 70 Colt commercial Model 1911 A-1 retains nearly all of its original high polish factory blue with a fine bore and action and some light muzzle wear. The original plastic “Colt-wood” grips have been replaced with a pair of walnut pre-war style checkered slabs(much stronger and infinitely more appealing). 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

204 - (C) ENGLISH COLT NEW SERVICE FLAT TOP TARGET. Serial No. 13794. Caliber is .455 Eley, barrel length is 7-1/2”. This fine English Colt target revolver was manufactured in 1905. It has the distinctive English high post front sight with wind drift rear, flat top, high polish factory blue finish with British proof marks on barrel, frame and cylinder. It is a six -shot, double action and sports the beautiful fleur-dis-leis checkered walnut grips. Has the checkered grip straps, finely checkered blued trigger, checkered hammer with fire blue back side. This gun remains in lovely all original condition. Gun does have some finish wear but still retains fully 93%-95% of blued finish. Perfect action and bore. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

205 - (M) COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 99065. Manufactured in 1969, classic Python, early factory nickel finish, 4” vent ribbed barrel, full solid lug, double action, six -shot, chambered for the .357 magnum cartridge. Other features include: fully adjustable rear sight, wide target hammer. Original grips have been replaced with a pair of Hogue Mono-grips. Has been fired, copper plating is showing through on end of cylinder, a few minor rub spots on cylinder and a bit of holster wear at muzzle. Still retains approximately 96% of the factory nickel, bore and action are perfect, probably not high enough condition for a collector but still very clean and a fine shooter. 1,300.00 - 1,600.00

206 - (C) COLT MODEL 1902 LONG SLIDE PISTOL. Serial No. 37821. Caliber .38 Colt automatic, Barrel length is 6”. This is referred to as the Military model. It has the square butt with the lanyard ring. Manufactured in 1915. Features the blued finish with the Colt black gutta percha grips. This has the later features with the rear slide serrations and spur hammer. Original magazine is not stamped. Gun retains approximately 75% of original factory blue finish. Thinning on high edges mixing with patina. This pistol was shipped to England and has the English proof marks on the barrel as well as left side of the slide and frame. The timing of the shipment coincides with Britain’s involvement in the first World War. Grips are near mint. Bore is excellent, action is fine. 1,300.00 - 1,800.00 207 - (C) ITHACA 1911 A1 U.S. ARMY PISTOL. Serial No. 2107012. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1944. Standard Ithaca manufacture Model 1911 left side of slide is stamped “Ithaca Gun Co Inc Ithaca NY” Right side of slide is stamped “United States Property M 1911 A-1 U.S. Army” Left side of frame has the “FJA” stamp for Frank Atwood with proof “P”. Has the brown plastic Keyes grips with outer reinforcing ring, reinforced insides with a “K” within a star. The blued barrel has “P” on the left lug and “F” on the right lug. Features serrated slide stop, checkered safety, serrated non spur hammer, the original arched main spring has been replaced with a flat lanyard loop style. (Proper style original type is included) Has a later Colt magazine. Fine bore and action. Aside from some high edge wear and minor storage scuffs, it retains 85% of the original military phosphate finish. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

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208 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 COMMERCIAL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. C99425. 5” barrel in caliber .45 ACP. This pistol was manufactured in 1918. Offered is a fine Commercial Model Colt 1911. Right side of slide is stamped “Colt Automatic Calibre 45” with serifs. Left side of slide has the two line patent date including 1913, two line address with Colt Pony, left rear slide no circle. Has the early correct rear sight with round corners and U notch. Back of the slide is stamped “ZS”, the frame is stamped “Government Model” with serial number on right side. Has the type one checkered short spur hammer, checkered safety and slide stop, smooth main spring housing with lanyard loop, frame retains approximately 85% of original high polish factory blued finish. Thinning on straps with light takedown line, slide retains approximately 90% high polished factory finish blue. Thinning at muzzle and high edges. Has a replacement barrel with strong rifling but pitting in grooves. Has the proper two-tone tempered magazine and diamond checkered walnut grips. Overall very fine condition World War I era Commercial Colt. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00 209 - (C) COLT U.S. MODEL 1911 WWII REBUILD PISTOL. Serial No. 102937. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. The left side of the frame bears the A.A. Augusta Arsenal re-build mark. The frame was manufactured at the Springfield Armory and bears the flaming bomb armory proof on the left side. Frame was manufactured in 1915. Slide was manufactured by A.J. Savage, this company was contracted to manufacture slides only in 1918. Left side of the slide bears the Colt patent information with Savage Ordnance bomb. This gun was overhauled at the Augusta Arsenal for re-use during the second World War. Pistol retains 98%-99% of the re-applied arsenal military parkerized finish. In addition, the original wood grips were replaced with the brown plastic checkered Keyes style grips with outer reinforcing rings. The left panel is non-reinforced with a No. 9, the right panel bears the Keyes star No. 12 with re-inforcing ribs. This pistol still retains the original long smooth trigger, flat mainspring housing with lanyard loop, the Type two long wide spur checkered hammer, checkered safety, World War II serrated slide stop. The blued barrel has a “P” on left lug and “HS” (High Standard) on right lug (proper World War II barrel). Near mint bore. Has a World War II magazine. Action is fine. Very fine example of a World War II over-hauled pistol that saw use in both wars. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00 210 - (C) S&W PRE-MODEL 29 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. S177323. 6-1/2” barrel in .44 Remington magnum caliber. This early four-screw was manufactured in 1957-58. Standard features include red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, case colored target hammer and trigger, high polish blue finish, and Smith & Wesson silver monogrammed diamond checkered walnut grips with black discs (no serial number in grips). Cylinder has matching number. Perfect action and bore. Revolver has seen some use with a light drag line, is thinning on high edges of cylinder, light muzzle wear, and light high edge wear on bottom of frame and yoke. Still retains fully 95%-96% of the original factory high polish finish. Grips are excellent with some minor finish loss and pencil-lead chip on the top rear of the left panel. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

211 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 489484. “Black Army” Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1918. Offered is a standard, all original Colt US issue Model 1911 pistol manufactured during the great war in 1918. Left side of frame is stamped “United States Property” and has the Eagle Head LOT - 211 “S12” stamp. Right side of slide is stamped “Model 1911 U.S. Army”. The barrel has the exposed intertwined HP stamp. Standard features include: rounded U notch rear sight, small blade front sight, smooth long trigger, flat smooth lanyard loop main spring housing, two -toned Colt magazine with no lanyard. Left side of slide has the patent dates with Colt pony in center. Checkered slide stop, safety and magazine release as well as the long wide spur hammer. Gun retains generous amounts of war-time blued finish mixing with smooth patina. Fine bore and action. Sports a beautiful set of diamond checkered walnut grips. Far above average Black Army with a bright and shiny bore. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00 www.MorphyAuctions.com | April 9, 2016


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212 - (C) GERMAN P.08 DWM 1914 MILITARY LUGER. Serial No. 5790. 4” barrel in caliber 9mm. Manufactured by DWM for the German army and referred to as the Model 1914 and manufactured from 1914 - 1918. This example is dated 1916 on the front receiver bridge. This is in extremely fine original condition and very difficult to find any example made this early in the war in such great condition. This pistol has all matching numbers to include both checkered walnut grip panels and the wood bottom magazine. Still retaining at least 90% original factory blue finish with lovely straw colors on sides of trigger, extractor, take down, and magazine release and safety. Fine bore and action. Any all -matching mid-World War I high condition Luger is a collector’s prize. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

213 - (M) ACTIONS ARMS UZI SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. SA40619. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 16.1”. This famous Model B carbine was manufactured in Israel. Features the matte military finish, retractable stock, black composite grip and forend. Near new condition inside and out. Comes in a Uzi case, with four magazines and instruction book numbered to gun. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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214 - (C) COLT US ARMY MODEL 1911. Serial No. 15096. Caliber is .45 ACP. Barrel length is 5”. This is a very early US Army pistol that was manufactured near the end of the 1912 production. Left side of frame is stamped “United States property” and has the Walter G Penfield inspector stamp used from 1911 to 1914 only. In addition, it has the A.A. Augusta Arsenal re-build stamp. Inside rame is stamped H1. Left side of slide has the patent dates ending with August 19, 1913 with pony at rear. Right side of slide is stamped “Model of 1911 US Army”. The slide markings are from a pistol circa post 1913 that began with serial No. 83856. The barrel is stamped with P over H in line with the bore which began at serial no. 110000. Has the type one hammer with short wide spur. Has a checkered slide stop and safety. Has the original diamond checkered walnut grips, long smooth trigger, and the type four front sight. Has the later type two rear sight and a post WWI magazine. Gun retains approximately 80% of the Augusta arsenal re-blue thinning on the slide edges and top. The flat main spring housing with lanyard is brown patina. Bore is shiny but rifling is barely visible. Given that this gun was re-done in blue, it could be assumed that the Augusta re-build took place prior to the second World War. 1,500.00 - 2,200.00

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215 - (M) COLT US MARKED DETECTIVE SPECIAL REVOLVER. Serial No. B04361. Caliber .38 special, Barrel length 2”. In 1970 ,at the height of the Vietnam war, Colt produced a very small run of revolvers for the US government. They are easily recognized by the US stamp on the base of the back strap and proof “P” above the forward left trigger guard. Very few of these have made it to the market, the majority are still in government warehouses. Standard features: six shot, double action, blued finish, fixed sight, silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Most of these saw hard use. This one is in excellent condition. Retains approximately 90% of the original finish with minor age spotting and some light salt and peppering to the finish, visible under magnification. Fine bore and action. Very good silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Very scarce and seldom seen, US marked Colt Detective. According to the Colt factory letter, this gun was one of 1,000 shipped to the United States Government to commanding officer at Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg Pennsylvania September 21, 1970. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

216 - (C) P.08 1934 CODE BYF LUGER. Serial No. 6973. 4” barrel in caliber 9mm. Manufactured by Mauser for German military, it has the Mauser byf manufacture code. This one was manufactured in 1942 and is stamped on chamber. This pistol has all matching numbers. Pistol retains 80-85% factory blue with normal high edge wear, muzzle wear, and some chipping on edge of trigger guard. Rear grip strap is thinning, front grip strap is 80%. Excellent checkered walnut grips not numbered. Fine bore and action. Three Waffenamt stamps on right frame with 135 and swastika. Has Waffenamt with swastika on right side barrel. Comes with an original holster stamped bml/41 Waffenamt WaA88. No tool, no extra magazine. The included magazine has a blue body stamped fxo Waffenamt 37 black composite base. Not numbered. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

217 - (C) REM-RAND MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 1039289. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel 5”. Manufactured in 1943. Offered is a fine, all original early war Remington Rand US Model 1911, A-1 semi -automatic pistol. Left side of slide is stamped “Remington Rand Inc Syracuse. N.Y. USA”. Right side of frame stamped “United States Property M 1911 A1 U.S. Army” Left side of frame stamped “FJA” for Frank Atwood and proof “P”. Has the correct brown plastic Keyes grips with outer re-inforcing rings, re-inforced interior and “K” within a star. Other standard features include: short checkered trigger, checkered magazine release, checkered arched main spring housing, checkered non -spur hammer, checkered safety, serrated slide stop, blued barrel stamped “P”on left lug, “HS” (High Standard) on right lug. Pistol remains in beautiful condition with 98%+ original military phosphate finish. Fine action, bright and shiny bore. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 218 218 - (A) 10 BORE SXS HAMMER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 23229. 32” barrel in 10 bore. Typical of the late 19th century mail order shotguns. This double hammer, double trigger, side plate model is stamped “The Continental”. Right side plate is patented June 1883. Side plates feature fine line engraving. Has all matching numbers. Barrels are manufactured with twist steel. Single bead sight. Bores have black powder erosion. Barrels have play and do not face. Has walnut stock, round knob, checkering worn, butt plate missing. All metal is gray patina. Has a splinter fore-end. No repairs to barrels. Does have a couple of minor dents. In working order. Would be a great candidate for restoration as 10 bores are tough. 200.00 - 300.00

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219 - (A) LOT OF 4: SXS VINTAGE SHOTGUNS. Serial No. NSN & 5437 & 267081. The first gun in this lot is a Richmond Arms made in Belgium, double hammer, 12 bore with 28-3/8” barrels. All metal is in the white. Not tight. Homemade release lever. Stock is carved on both sides, refinished, checkering gone. The second gun is a Vulcan Arms 12 bore hammerless with 30” barrels. Metal is brown patina. Stock has large pieces of wood missing at top tang. Third shotgun is a W. Richards 12 bore double hammer double trigger with 30” barrels. Smooth blue-brown patina on barrels. Balance of metal is brown patina. Forend re-done. Checkering gone. Loose fit. Buttstock is very good and well-fitting. The last shotgun is a William Moore & Co. 10 bore double hammer with 32” barrels. Barrels are brown and pitted. Left hammer is broken. Forend is crudely carved, as is buttstock. All four of these guns need attention, are not safe to fire, and are sold as decorator/parts guns only. 200.00 - 400.00

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220 - (A) PAIR OF ANTIQUE DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER GUNS. Serial No. 8996 & 66006. Gun A) Manufactured in Belgium, 12 bore, 30” barrels, Damascus steel, double exposed hammers, side -plates, double triggers, round knob checkered walnut stock, beautiful gutta- percha butt plate with 3-D deer head. Left barrel choked modified, right barrel choked improved. Manual ejectors. The bores are very good with some residue. Gun has quite a bit of wiggle. Front of trigger guard need securing, checkered walnut stocks are very good with no cracks or chips. Serial No. 8996, Imported by Wm. Parkhurst. Gun B) H. Pieper, 12 bore with 30” Damascus barrels. Exposed hammers, round knob checkered walnut stock, slight wiggle, barrels have minor residue, dark brown patina with some wiped on finish with minor pitting on right side. Frame is nickel plated, left hand hammer screw replaced, double triggers, stocks are very good. Forend is original with horn tip. Butt stock refinished, highly varnished, wood chipping around side plate. Both barrels choked full. Both of these guns have issues. 350.00 - 500.00

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221 - (A) WM. PARKHURST 10 BORE SXS HAMMER GUN. Serial No. 5492. Caliber 10 bore, Barrel length 34”. Damascus steel, matching numbers, rib is stamped “London Laminated Steel”. Nice tight barrels, no repairs, good pattern, brown patina, bores have some minor abrasions. Light wiggle with forearm off. Beautifully engraved receiver with side plates. Double triggers. Frame is basically dark gun metal grey with sharp engraving. Checkered round knob walnut stock. Horn tip on forearm has screw repair, checkering worn. Stock is very good, slightly shy to metal at lower tang and has been refinished. 14-1/4” LOP to front trigger. Very good example of large 19th century 10 bore market gun. 400.00 - 600.00

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222 - (A) SXS HAMMER SHOTGUN. NSN. Has a “William Moore & Co.” stamped sideplate, 12 bore, 30-1/4” twist Damascus barrels, manual ejector. Bores are rough. Barrels are solid with no repairs. No visible dents. Left barrel modified, right barrel is modified. Has Belgian proofs. Box- lock double hammer (tops of hammers cut). Action is loose. Double triggers. 14-1/4” LOP. Walnut stocks are very good. Frame is brown patina. Barrel release is on left side. 400.00 - 600.00

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223 - (A) PAIR OF SXS SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 103333 & 2717. The first gun is a French Rapidtir with 27-1/4” barrels, manual ejectors, 2-1/2” chambers, both barrels full choke. 90% factory blue with light muzzle wear. Mirror bores. Matching numbers. Sling swivel under barrel and butt. Tight lock-up. Forearm has 3-1/2” chip on left side. Engraved case colored box lock with 30% colors. English stock of checkered walnut with nice checkering, proud to metal, with an add-on recoil pad. Double triggers. 13-3/4” LOP from front trigger to wood. The second gun is a Baker Gun Co., Batavia 16 bore with twist 26-1/8” barrels, “Baker Gun Company” stamped on rib, single bead sight, mirror bores. No dents or repairs. Nice brown pattern. Left barrel is full, right barrel is improved. All matching numbers. Side lock frame, hammerless. Manual ejector, double trigger. 12-3/4” LOP to end of wood. Has a dilapidated pad. Stock is very good with no cracks and some added finish. Left sideplate is stamped “Batavia Brush”, right side is stamped “Batavia NY”. Tight lock-up. Would be a very nice shotgun with some attention to the wood and buttplate. 400.00 - 700.00

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224 - (A) REMINGTON SXS DOUBLE HAMMER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 59894. 30” barrels in 12 bore. Manufactured between 1883 and 1909. This fine shotgun features twist barrels with full matted rib, single bead front sight, choked full and full, checkered walnut splinter forend with ebony inset, round knob checkered walnut stock, and Remington logo black composite butt-plate. Top of rib is stamped “Remington Arms Co Ilion NY USA”. It is a side- lock with double exposed hammers and double triggers. Manual ejectors. 14-1/4” LOP to front trigger. Matching numbers. Lock-up is tight as new. Release lever at six o’clock. Beautiful brown Damascus pattern on barrels. Solid with no repairs or dents. Very good bores with minor abrasion. Side plates are stamped “Remington Arms Co.”. Frame and trigger guard are a soft gun metal grey. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, original finish, with no cracks or chips. Checkering is still crisp. Extremely nice, far above average, antique Remington shotgun that was well-cared for. 400.00 - 700.00

LOT - 225 225 - (A) LONDON SXS 16 BORE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. NSN. Cal 16 bore, Barrel length 29-1/4”. This shotgun was manufactured by Henry Knock of Birmingham London beginning in 1770. Given the time frame that this shotgun was built it was obviously converted to percussion and there is a crack in percussion block and missing one nipple. Barrel and plates have been refinished and now are a chocolate brown patina. Hammers, side plate and tang are engraved. Checkered walnut one piece stock with rollover cheek piece. Stock has been refinished. The trigger guard is engraved, finished added. Double wedge for-end with a German nickel engrave finial. Ram rod is secured by two thimbles. Smooth steel butt plate, double triggers. This gun was refinished long ago probably at time of conversion. 400.00 - 700.00

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226 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 20652. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length 32”. Manufactured 1888. The standard Winchester lever action 12 bore represents one of the first successful lever action repeating shotguns. It is standard in all respects and was evidently issued for police or prison use in that the forearm and butt stock are numbered “02” and stamped “CP”. Metal is a nice smooth brown patina overall. Stocks are good, slightly shy to metal, having been refinished. Right forearm chipped and stock has a chip at toe. Very good action, clean bore. This gun saw obvious use, it was an extremely popular weapon in the old west as a stage coach gun but is most recognized today as the weapon that appeared in the Terminator movie. 600.00 - 900.00

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227 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 12 BORE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 16628. 12 bore, Manufactured 1883. Barrel length 30”. Left barrel choked modified, right barrel choked improved and they show a fine Damascus pattern. Shotgun features a raised solid rib with two ivory beads. The bores exhibit light to moderate pitting. The side plates show light pitting under re-done case colors. The hammers are strong and function perfectly. The wood has a 14” LOP to front trigger. Wood is re-finished and re-checkered. Slight wiggle when forearm removed. Very handsome as restored. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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228 - (A) L.C. KERSEY THREE BARREL COMBINATION GUN. NSN. Barrel lengths are 28”. American Made 20 bore percussion smoothbore double with top barrel in.38 percussion. Levi Charles Kersey operated out of Rochester, New York from 1855 to 1857, Elmira New York 1859, and St Louis Missouri 1869 to 1870. He moved to California in 1874. This is a highly unusual combination gun with the rifle barrel on top with sporting sights. Has double shot -gun hammers on back lock actions and an under hammer for the rifle barrel. Features double triggers, front trigger operates left shot gun barrel. There is no for-end and has a round knob butt stock. Checkering is wearing thin, but is in good condition. Smooth steel shotgun butt-plate with engraved elongated tang at heel. Drilled for a lollipop sight, now missing. Top of barrel is stamped “L.C. Kersey”. Does not state location. There is a crack at the left lower wrist from plate to guard and a chip at the toe. Sports period ram rod. All metal is brown patina. Gun is in working order, but sketchy. Extremely interesting mid -19th century American made gun. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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229 - (A) FINE CASED 19TH CENTURY LONDON 20 BORE. NSN. Offered is a percussion mid-19th century London double 20 bore with exposed hammers and double triggers. Both of the drop side plates are stamped “Duggan” and features light scroll engraving, as well as engraving on tang and both hammers. Has a checkered walnut stock with engraved trigger guard, forend, and trap. Single wedge barrel retention system. Stock is very good to excellent, complete, with some finish loss but no cracks. Iron furniture is a grey patina. Has twist barrels. Fine, clean, shiny bores. Perfect back action locks. Barrels are Damascus steel with full rib, finely browned with no dents or repairs. Comes in a period walnut case with original paper label (not readable). Accessories include shot bag, powder flask, two cap tins, double cavity bullet mold, and a period oak cleaning rod. Fine old period piece. 700.00 - 1,400.00

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230 - (A) PARKER BROS. D GRADE HAMMERLESS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 75941. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length 28”. Manufactured in 1892. Does not have auto ejectors. Fine bores. Twist Damascus steel barrels, full rib, single bead. Left barrel choked full, right barrel choked improved. Barrels are gun metal grey with nice visible pattern on lower 2/3 of barrels. All matching numbers. Water table is stamped “D3” or “Grade 3” gun. Frame features lovely engraving with Pointer in panel on left side, pheasants at base, and a Setter on right side. Frame is basically thinned out to gun metal grey. Original checkered dark walnut stocks are very good, checkering is still fairly sharp. Has the skeletal butt plate with checkered wood, composite grip cap, 13-1/2” LOP to front trigger. Locks up tight with no wiggle. Fine all original early hammerless Parker. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 231 231 - (A) PATRICK OF LIVERPOOL DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. NVS. Caliber 16 bore, Barrel length 35-1/2”. Offered is a best quality, London percussion double, 16 bore, shotgun manufactured in London by Ann Patrick. Her father, Jeremiah, was a renowned gun maker from 1795-1814 and her brother Edward from 1815-1820. Ann took over the operation in 1820. The barrels exhibit the Damascus twist pattern with the solid rib that is inlaid “Patrick Liverpool”. The tang, side plates, hammers, barrel breech are all superbly engraved with the fish-head motif on hammers. The butt plate and ornate trigger guard are made of sterling silver and are hallmarked with lovely engraving on guard and surrounding the plate screws. The ram rod is retained by two silver thimbles. The rod has a silver tip. The for-end finial is silver and there is a double set of escutcheons and barrel wedges. The one piece stock features wide checkering with a wonderful piano finish and a silver ID plaque. Double triggers, original nipples. Fine working condition. Barrels are dark chocolate patina. Bores are very good with minor residue. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 232 232 - (A) W.C. SCOTT DOUBLE BARREL 10G SHOTGUN Serial No. 23596. Caliber 10 bore, Barrel length 32”. This high quality London shotgun features browned twist steel barrels with solid scooped rib and single bead sight. Frame is finished in gun metal grey and features fine scroll engraving with borders. Side plates are engraved with water fowl and marked “W&C Scott and Son”. Top of barrel is stamped with Scott Legend. Hammers are blued and engraved. Walnut stock features fine checkering, beautifully finished, engraved pistol grip and an under lever release. Mirror shiny bores. Tight lock up. For-end uses wedge retainer and has an ebony tip. Gun has been lovingly restored to near mint condition. In addition, this quality London double has a pair of custom Nitro proofed 12 bores with high polish blue finish. Scooped rib. Single bead, with mirror bores. Left barrel is choked full. Right barrel is choked cylinder. Barrel and for-end were custom built to fit this shotgun to enable the user to put this gun back in the field. Barrels retains virtually all the high polish blue finish. Comes complete with a checkered walnut for-end with engraved forearm release. The cost alone to re-manufacture a new front ensemble that is capable of firing modern cartridges to match this original antique London shotgun was exorbitant and makes for a beautiful shotgun set for both the black power and modern shooter. 1,500.00 - 2,800.00

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233 - (A) HENRY BECKWITH LONDON 4 BORE DOUBLE GUN. Serial No. 3311. Henry Beckwith manufactured this smooth bore, double hammer, behemoth at his 58 Skinner St, London shop between 1863-1868. It is a 4 bore, not rifled, double gun with 20” barrels and wind drift front and rear sights. The top of the 3/4” flat center is stamped “Henry Beckwith London”. It is a percussion. Features a one piece walnut stock, checkered at wrist and for-end. Frame and side plates, as well as hammers, are engraved. Features double triggers and a smooth steel shotgun butt plate. Integral mounted front sling swivel and butt swivel. Stock is very good with no cracks with 1871 carved on right side. For-end checkering is worn and is missing nose cap. Metal is rich dark chocolate patina. Very good clean bores. Missing the front wedge escutcheons. Fine early hand held cannon. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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LOT - 234 234 - (A) ROPER REVOLVING SHOTGUN. Serial No. 225. Manufactured in Amherst, Massachusetts (first production) 1867 to 1868. Standard features include a 28” barrel, chambered for the 16 gauge shot shell, has the variable choke threaded at muzzle, smooth bore, four shot carrier, no rear sight, exposed hammer, walnut stock, and smooth steel shotgun butt plate. 3” of barrel at breech are basically a blue-brown patina while the remainder retains 98% of a rich blue finish. Frame retains approximately 30% of the original case colors. Drum/magazine has turned a soft brown-gun metal grey. Majority of fire blue on hinge spring. Wood is excellent with no visible cracks or chips, just the usual hunting dings, and a little shy at toe. Probably period refinished. Clean shiny bore and perfect action. These shotguns are extremely rare and the first year Amherst’s in the 16 gauge are exceptionally rare. One of the finer examples you will come across. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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235 - (A) EXQUISITE FRENCH FLINTLOCK SXS SHOTGUN. NSN. 20 bore. 34 - 1/2”. Offered is a lovely, early 18th Century Side by Side, smooth bore, double hammer, fowling piece. Features octagon to round barrels that are engraved at breech with inlay and stamped “Canon Tordu” on top flat. Has double hammers and side plates, stamped “F. Chocst”. The walnut stock is beautifully checkered at wrist with ornate carvings with incised cheek piece. For-end is incised as well, and has a hand carved wood trigger guard. Has an ornate brass rod thimble on for-end with two additional iron thimbles. Has a front sling swivel with rear sling stud. Brass butt plate with decorative top tang, double triggers, single barrel wedge. Stock is in excellent condition with small expert repair on left side of for-end. Metal is a gray - brown patina. No visible dents in barrels. Has a small blade front sight with engraving and inlay. Fine bore and actions. This smooth bore is of the highest quality, and was obviously manufactured for someone of wealth and fame. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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236 - (A) JOHN RIEGER SXS FOWLING PIECE. NSN. 20 bore with a 34-1/2” barrel. Manufactured by master gunsmith John Rieger of Munich who operated a gun shop there from 1843 - 1855. He is documented as a gun maker to the crown and made guns for King Ludwig. This firearm was obtained by the OSS Officer in charge of firearm confiscation stationed at Ludwig Castle at the end of the Second World War and sent this gun home to himself where it has been in the same collection since 1945. It is very unusual double hammer gun that works much like a flint lock and utilizes a flash pan but the striker is metal and has mechanism on both sides. This is the first of this type that we have seen. Features octagon to round barrels, the maker is signed on both side plates, double trigger, beautifully incised and carved walnut stock with an extremely ornate and engraved brass trigger guard and rear for-end thimble, rollover cheek piece, ornately engraved brass butt plate, stock carving at top of wrist and for-end, sling swivels, and original oak rod. Metal is basically a gray patina. Locks and hammer are lightly engraved and stocks are excellent with piano finish. Fine working order. Breathtaking mid -19th century German fowling piece. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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237 - (A) GEORGE LEWIS LONDON 8 BORE MARKET SHOTGUN. Serial No. 25497. George Edward Lewis was a gun maker and merchant in Birmingham, London from 1852 to 1908 and partnered with Francis Tomes. This fine condition market gun probably dates to the late 1880’s-90’s as it is built with fluid steel barrel and takes a cartridge case. It is a single shot under lever release, tip down 8 bore that features a heavy 35-1/2” barrel with finely checkered for-end attached with barrel wedge and a horn inset. The stock is a straight English style checkered with right side-plate and hammer. Has the original solid red recoil pad. Excellent clean bore with a couple of minor spots. Sports LOT - 237 a single bead sight. Stamped on top flat “G.E. Lewis 32 & 35 Lower Loveday St. Birmingham 8540”. Barrel flats stamped “Choke, 8 10/2” with Birmingham proofs. Barrel retains 95% of the period re-applied rust blue. Serial number stamped under barrel. Checkered walnut stocks are in excellent to near mint condition with sharp checkering, no cracks, and a perfectly fitting side-plate. The frame retains approximately 95% of the period reapplied bone case colors. The side-plate is stamped “G.E. Lewis”. Gun has an under lever release mechanism that swivels to the right to allow loading. Has a 13-3/4” LOP to a single trigger. Lock up is tight as a drum. Comes in a handmade wooden carry case with cleaning rod and brushes. Case has a G.E. Lewis label that reads “8 Gauge G.E. Lewis 7 Drams, 2F, 2-1/4 oz. 190 gr. 7D=190 gr. 60=164 gr.”. These market guns are rarely seen today with any condition. The era of the market hunter died at the end of the 19th century when market hunting was outlawed in both England and America. These guns generally saw very hard use and few have survived in any condition. They are now a very scarce and popular collectible amongst decoy collectors. One can travel to dozens of high end gun shows and never see a single example. 3,500.00 - 5,000.00

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238 - (A) PIRMET OF PARIS 20 BORE SXS FLINTLOCK SHOTGUN. NSN. Caliber 20 bore, Barrel length 30”. Offered is an exceedingly rare, French side by side, double hammer, double barrel, double trigger smooth bore. Manufactured by Pirmet of Paris, circa 1779-1818. An elaborate and expensive weapon at time of manufacture, it features: gold mounted breech with double touch marks, gold mounted decorative front sight border and muzzle lines. Scooped rib is engraved “Pirmet A Paris”. Double hammer and both side plates are stamped identical to barrel. One piece checkered walnut stock is finely checkered. Three decorative trumpets retains oak cleaning rod with ivory tip. Sling swivels. Trigger guard is extremely wide with a very interesting BAS relief decoration that resembles an umbrella. Has what appears to be a German silver butt plate with scalloped protection on sides, top and bottom. Barrels and locks are a smooth gun metal grey patina. Stock is in excellent condition with a minor 1-1/2” crack left side of for-end at wedge. It is rare to find any double hammer flintlock shotgun let alone a grade of shotgun only available to royalty and persons of extreme wealth. 3,500.00 - 6,000.00

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239 - (M) UNIVERSAL FIREARMS MODEL 2036 O/U SHOTGUN Serial No. 17564. Caliber 12 bore, Barrels length 28”. Has a 2-3/4” chamber. Choked modified. 14-5/8” LOP to front trigger. Mirror bores, tight lock up, metal retains 90% factory finish thinning at high edges of trigger guard and muzzle. Checkered hardwood stocks are very good with no cracks or chips with a few minor abrasions. Manufactured in Brasia, Italy. Fine working shotgun. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 240 240 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 1100 SEMI-AUTO MAGNUM SHOTGUN Serial No. N713163M. Caliber 12 bore, 3” chamber, Barrel length 30”. Standard Model 1100 chambered for the magnum cartridge, features: vent rib barrel, red bead front sight, blued finish, high gloss, pressed checkered walnut stock, black rubber recoil pad with sling eyes. This shotgun is choked full. Metal retains 98-99% of the original blued finish. Walnut stocks are excellent with one 1/2” ding on the left forearm. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 241 241 - (C) SCARCE U.S. BROWNING AUTO-5 SHOTGUN. Serial No. B17914. 12 Bore, Barrel length 30”. 2-3/4” chamber, full choke, 14-1/2” LOP. During WWII, Browning contracted with Remington to produce the Browning Auto- 5 because of the German occupation of Belgium, contract was dated July 16, 1940 and produced until 1947 when F.N. production resumed. These are referred to as the American Brownings. The serial numbers are located on the left side of the receivers as opposed to the bottom and have a different engraving pattern, matte finish on top of the receiver and of course are not marked “Made in Belgium”. This example has the full matted rib with single bead front, barrel is stamped “Browning Arms Co, St Louis”, barrel has approximately 98% original finish, frame has some wear at base and age spotting on trigger guard. Fine bore and action. Checkered walnut round knob stock in excellent condition with no cracks. Browning logo butt plate. Excellent checkered walnut for-end with no cracks but some dings on right side, some flat diamonds in the checkering. High condition, scarce war years, American made, Browning A-5. 400.00 - 600.00

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242 - (M) RICHLAND MODEL 707 SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 101308. 227-5/8” barrels in 20 bore. Left barrel choked full. Right barrel choke modified. Has 3” chambers. Barrels are marked Vickers English Steel. Shotgun is made in Italy by Brandelli. Has a full matted rib, blued finish, no dents or repairs. Has damaged single bead sight. Meer bores. Retains majority of original blue finish but there’s some light freckling on left barrel at breach. Has all matching numbers. The for-end is a beaver tail style. Checkered walnut stocks. Engraved blue hardware with push button release. Shotgun sports a border engraved case colored box lock with double set triggers, blued trigger guard, black pistol grip cap, delapitated black rubber recoil pad. The pistol grip checkered walnut stock in excellent condition. Lock up tight. Extremely nice looking 20 bore. Good quality that needs a new pad. LOP from front trigger to wood sans pad is 13.-1/2”. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 243 243 - (C) BELGIUM BROWNING MODEL A-5 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN Serial No. 8Z12332. Caliber 20 bore, 28” Barrel length. 2-3/4” chamber choked full. This shotgun was manufactured in 1958. Vent rib, full choke, blued finish, checkered walnut stock, round knob and Pachmayr red rubber recoil pad. The barrel has about 98% of its original factory blue. The frame has about 97% original blue with just light high edge wear. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. 14” LOP. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 244 244 - (M) LOT OF 2: PUMP ACTION SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 120264A & 560B11. Gun A: Stevens 3” chamber, 12 bore, serial #120264A with a 18-1/2” barrel. Matte black finish, black nylon stock, near mint in the original box. Gun B: Smith & Wesson 916 A, serial #560B11, 20 bore with 28” barrel, modified choke, showing only light wear on pump arm. Otherwise near new inside and out. 500.00 - 700.00

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245 - (C) KRUPP-STAHL GERMAN SXS 16 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 4817. 16 bore, Barrel length 30-3/4”. Left barrel choked full, right is modified. Offered is a nice early German double barrel shotgun. All matching numbers. This side by side, 16 bore, hammer gun is typical of early 19th century so called stalking guns, meant for hunting game in black forest area of Germany. The barrels feature a full solid matted rib with doll head lug, single bead, very good bores, tight as new lock up with no wiggle. Frame and side plates have been cleaned, traces of blue on trigger guard. Checkered walnut stocks are excellent with lightly added finish, wear to checkering, pistol grip cap, horn butt plate, rollover cheek piece with sling and swivels. Fine working condition. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 246 246 - (M) REMINGTON 1100 20 BORE SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Serial No. N709301K. 20 Bore, Barrel length: 23”. One of the most reliable and popular semi -automatic shotguns ever designed. Choked modified. Has a 12-1/2 LOP, features blue finish with engraved frame, high gloss walnut stock with pressed checkering and black composite butt plate. Barrel has a vent rib with single bead front sight. Shotgun retains 99% of the original factory finish with near mint stocks. Comes with an extra Remington barrel in the box; 28” full choke no rib. This model is stamped “Light 20”. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 247 247 - (M) BROWNING 12 BORE BPS SHOTGUN Serial No. 03654NPT52. 12 Bore, Barrel length 26”. 3” chamber. Field model pump shotgun features the interchangeable choke system, vent rib, matte finish, fully engraved/etched frame, black composite stock. In near new condition with only a couple light storage marks on the stock. 500.00 - 700.00

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248 - (C) FOX STERLINGWORTH 12 BORE SXS SHOTGUN Serial No. 121816. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length 28”. 2-3/4” chamber, 14-1/8” LOP from front trigger to Dupont brown rubber recoil pad. Left barrel choked full, right barrel choked improved. Features full matted rib, missing front sight bead. There is a 3” area on the right barrel missing blue otherwise gun retains 95% of the original finish. Frame has traces of case colors, balance is grey patina. Trigger guard 70% blue. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips with sharp checkering. Mirror bores, tight lockup at slightly less than 6 o’clock. This is a later model shotgun after Fox merged with Savage. 500.00 - 700.00

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249 - (M) PAIR OF WINCHESTER MODEL 1200 SHOTGUNS. Serial No. L511478 & L531321. Gun A) Pump action, 12 bore, 2-3/4” chamber, serial No. L511478, 28” vent rib barrel, single bead sight, walnut stock, pressed checkering, Winchester red rubber recoil pad. This shotgun is choke modified. 94% original finish. Gun B) Pump action, 12 bore, 2-3/4” chamber, serial No. L531321, Win-choke system, 28” vent rib barrel, single bead, pressed checkered walnut stock, Winchester red rubber recoil pad. Fine bore and action. 94% original finish. 500.00 - 700.00

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250 - (M) TRISTAR BRITTANY CLASSIC 12 BORE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 60-03-0029-07. TriStar Brittany Side by Side Shotgun, 12 Bore with 27” barrels, 3” chambers, screw-in chokes (comes with IC, Mod & Full), blue steel, engraved color casehardened receiver, single selective trigger, automatic ejectors, checkered walnut pistol-grip stock with black rubber recoil pad. For-end has push button release. Case colored receiver features fine scroll engraving. Trigger is gold plated. Round knob. Mirror bores. 14-1/2” LOP. Very fine shotgun that is in near new condition inside and out. 500.00 - 700.00 84

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LOT - 251 251 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 141445 & 187602. Offered is a nice pair of Winchester Model 1897 16 bore takedown shotguns. Both are choked full, with 28” barrels, round 17-groove three screw for-end, and round knob. The first gun was manufactured in 1903 and retains 95% original blue on barrel, tube, and slide arm which is stamped “Winchester Model 1897 16 GA” The frame retains 80% original Winchester high polish factory blue, thinning at base and high edges. Even the bolt retains the majority of its original blue. Fine bore and perfect action. The round knob stock features deluxe checkering and has a Pachmayr pad added. 13-5/8” LOP. Switching the pad to a Winchester red pad would make this a very handsome, nice condition Model 1897. The second gun was manufactured in 1902, and is fairly clean. Barrel and tube retain about 75% blue, balance patina. Sides of the frame are a nice mix of blue-brown patina. Base and top of frame are patina. For-end has a 1” hairline crack and the round knob rear stock has had some wood repairs. There is a 3” piece of replaced wood at heel and a 1-1/4” additional piece of wood at butt. Gun has replacement butt plate. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 252 252 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 1100 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Serial No. N921725M. 12 bore, Barrel length 30”. Full choke, 3” chamber, 14” LOP. Standard 12 bore features blued finish, full vent rib, single bead, high gloss walnut stock with pressed checkering, diamond grip cap, and black rubber Remington pad and deluxe grain wood. 97% metal retains original blued finish. Fine bore and action. Light wood impressions. Comes with an extra barrel in box. Full vent rib, 28”, 2-3/4 chamber, modified. Mint bore, 98% blued. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 253 253 - (C) RARE BERETTA MODEL 151 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 15012. 12 bore, with a 28” barrel. Full choke, 2 - 3/4” chamber, 13 - 7/8” LOP, plain barrel, single bead, blued finish, checkered walnut stock, sling swivels, round knob, and Beretta logo composite butt plate. These rare shotguns are rarely, if ever found available in the U.S. This model is so scarce that it does not even appear in the Blue Book of gun values. It is of the highest quality. The oiled finish stocks are in excellent to near mint condition, aside from some tube/pump wear, this shotgun retains virtually all factory blue. It features fine line engraving around edge of frame. Mint bore and action. Beautiful, high quality and scarce slide action 12 bore. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 254 254 - (C) LOT OF 2: EARLY SXS (A.H. FOX). Serial No. 13534A & NSN. The first shotgun was manufactured by A.H. Fox Gun Co, Philadelphia. Has the Krupp fluid steel barrels, is an A grade twelve bore. Has manual ejectors, 27 1/8 inch barrels, full matted rim, twin white bead sights, has a 2 1/2 inch chamber. Left barrel is choked full, right barrel is choked improved. Barrels retain approximately 50%-60% original blue finish. Solid, no dents. Excellent clean bores. All matching numbers. Has box lock with sharp legends, traces of finish, checkered round knob walnut stock with splinter for-end. For-end checkering shows wear. Lovely walnut stocks. Has a period double wrist repair. Has an ancient leather covered Hawkins pad with a 14 7/8 LOP to front trigger. Locks up tight with no wiggle. Release lever at 5 o’clock. This would be a lovely shotgun for restoration. The second gun is an antique double barrel 10 bore with under lever release. No fore-end (Manufactured without one). Has 32 1/8” barrels, double hammer, double side plate, no manufacturers stamps. Has walnut straight English style stock in very good condition with smooth steel butt plate. Lock up is tight. Bores have some residue. Double triggers. Metal slightly proud to wood. 500.00 - 800.00

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255 - (C) SPANISH .410 SXS STOEGER ARMS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 138147. 27-1/2” barrel in .410 bore with 3” chambers, choked modified/improved, double bead sights, full raised matted rib, auto-ejectors, single select trigger, 14” LOP to solid red recoil pad. Mirror bores. This model is referred to as the “Zephyr”. Blued barrel and trigger guard with engraved coin nickel scalloped box lock. Wood and metal are in near new condition. As new inside. 500.00 - 700.00

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256 - (C) NEAR NEW WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 RIOT (ISP). Serial No. 1002227. 12 bore, Barrel length 19-1/2”. Manufactured in 1955. Offered is a near mint, Winchester take down Model 1897, 12 bore, riot gun. It was the property of the Illinois State Police and is so branded on the right side of stock. It is cylinder choked, 2-3/4” chamber. Features the factory blue finish, walnut stocks, pistol grip, Winchester logo butt plate, flat for-end with 14 grooves. This shotgun does not appear to have ever been used. It retains virtually all the factory blue finish with just a few minor storage rubs. Even the slide bar retains virtually all the blue finish. Stocks are near mint. Action is perfect with as new mirror bore. Bolt shows no wear. Comes with two Illinois State Police uniform patches. Factory research shows no information available. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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257 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 520-30 TRENCH SHOTGUN. Serial No. 40399. 20” barrel in 12 bore. The serial number on this shotgun falls within the serial range listed in the “Complete Guide to Combat Shotguns” by Bruce Canfield. The left side of the frame is stamped “U.S.” in proper font with no serifs. Left forward side of frame has proof “P” with Ordnance Bomb. Top of receiver has a proof “P”, top of barrel has partially visible proof “P” but no bomb visible. Has 2-3/4” chamber and is proof tested. No Stevens or Savage markings. Bottom side of the barrel has the three serrated grooves for hand guard and bayonet lug (not present). Has the checkered walnut for-end with the plain pistol grip stock and typical Stevens commercial composite butt plate (proper). Stock is in excellent condition. Metal retains approximately 85% original finish which is starting to thin on high areas. “R. KHHN” etched in bottom trigger guard tang which is excellent. Bore is fine and action is perfect. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 86

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258 - (M) MIB BROWNING CITORI O/U SHOTGUN .410 Serial No. 21078MY131. Model Feather XS. Manufactured in Japan. It is chambered for the .410 bore. Features 28” blued barrels, 3” chambers and invector choke system (upper modified, lower improved). Includes a box of additional chokes. Has a 15” LOP from the gold single selective trigger to the Browning rubber butt pad. Exhibits checkered walnut stock in the oil satin finish. Coin nickel finish frame with gold outline. Vent rib barrels with illumination front sight and bead middle. Has automatic ejectors. New in box with all paperwork. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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259 - (C) GREIFELT & CO. DRILLING. Serial No. 34610. 26” barrels in 12 bore over 8x57mm. Standard ejector, 2-1/2” chamber, 13-2/4” LOP to front trigger, right barrel choked full, left barrel is tighter. This company was located in Suhl, Germany. Features a scalloped box lock, double set triggers, left side safety, checkered pistol grip walnut stock with rollover cheek piece, dog’s head composition butt plate. Stock has sling swivel. Wood is excellent, refinished, and slightly shy to metal. Action is finished in coin silver with some light oxidation on left side. Barrels retain most of the re-applied blue finish. Left barrel has a small dent on rib. Folding leaf rear sight. Clean shiny bores. All matching numbers. Splinter for-end. Wood and hardware are beautifully refinished. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

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260 - (M) KRIEGHOFF MODEL 32 O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 7231. 12 bore with 30” barrels. Top barrel is choked full, bottom barrel is choked improved. Mirror bores. Features blued barrels, vent rib, and twin beads. Frame is blued with light engraving. Sports a Miller style trigger. Has a 14-1/8” LOP to a Krieghoff black rubber recoil pad that is starting to wear. Checkered walnut stocks with diamond pattern and pistol grip cap. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

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LOT - 261 261 - (M) SIGARMS L.L. BEAN NEW ENGLANDER O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. EX02176. The L.L. Bean name is on this gun offered through SIG Arms and built by Italian gun maker B. Rizzini. Boxlock over-under with selective ejectors and top-tang manual safety interchangeable screw-in chokes: cylinder, improved cylinder, modified, improved modified, and full Well-figured Turkish walnut, hand-checkered stock with Prince of Wales pistol grip and rounded fore-end; dimensions: length of pull’14-3/4”, drop at comb’1-1/2”, drop at heel’2”. Has case colored frame, vent rib, single select trigger, single silver bead front sight. Mirror bores. Both sides of the frame have L.L. Bean in gold. Bottom of frame has New Englander in gold. Caliber is 20 bore. Barrel lengths are 28 inches. This is a wonderful 20 bore high quality shotgun with beautiful wood and remains in excellent to near mint condition inside like new. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

LOT - 262 262 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 620A WWII TRENCH GUN. Serial No. 26749. 12 bore, Barrel length 20”. Standard issue Stevens trench shotgun, World War II issue. The serial number falls in the middle of the accepted range. Has the standard, dull brushed blue finish, left side of frame is stamped “620” (proper), 2-3/4” chamber, left side of frame above trigger guard is stamped “US”, left side of forward frame has the proof “P” with the ordinance bomb, top of barrel and top of frame has proof “P”, right side of barrel have proof “P” and bomb with the “J. Stevens Arm Co” address, six row blued ventilated hand guard, bayonet attachment has the typical purple hue, standard commercial black composite Stevens butt plate and sling swivels. Fine bore and action. There is wear to the bar and tube and high edge wear on frame, starting to patina at base, still retains 85-90% original finish. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks or major chips. Extremely fine condition, World War II, trench gun. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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263 - (C) CASED SIMSON & SUHL 16 BORE O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 54642. Barrel length is 27 - 1/2” chambered 16bore. This incredible, high grade over under shotgun was manufactured in Germany in 1952. The 16 bore barrels are choked improved on top and bottom. Shotgun has all matching numbers. Barrels feature a full, solid, matted rib with twin bead sights. Has mirror bores and auto ejectors. Stock is extremely unusual; it features a two piece for-end, the upper portion attached to the barrels, bottom portion is removable with fine line diamond skip checkering, all metal on for-end is a gray satin nickel finish with fine scroll handle chiseled engraving. The butt stock features the same checkering pattern on pistol grip. It too has the walnut oil finished as assembled with leather covered pad and a silver I.D. plaque in butt. Has a 15” LOP to front trigger. The frame features side plates, finished in French satin nickel. Beautiful hand chiseled engraving of Germanic leafs and scroll with multi - game scene on left panel as well as right panel. Base of frame and trigger guard are engraved with game birds. Gun remains in beautiful, all original condition. The epitome of German craftsmanship during its zenith, shortly after the Second World War. Shotgun comes in a hard case of more recent vintage. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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LOT - 264 264 - (A) UNTOUCHED 19TH CENTURY BRITISH TOWER MUSKET. .75 bore, Barrel length 33-1/2”. The lock on this musket is stamped “Tower” with a crown and dated 1815. It was converted to percussion during the era. Barrel stamped “TD12297” with a larger “2387”. Metal was originally finished in the white and has aged. Two brass retaining thimbles with brass nose cap, trigger guard, and butt plate. Butt plate is missing the top screw. Barrels are retained with wedges. Missing the sling swivels. Has an ancient crude leather sling. Wood is raw, sans finish with no stampings. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 265 265 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 288581. Caliber .45-70 government, Barrel length 32-5/8”. Offered is a fine condition, original Springfield 1879 trapdoor rifle. The breech block is stamped “US Model 1873” with no eagle head. The lock plate is stamped “US Springfield” with Eagle but no date. The breech block has the oval undercut, 1873 style rear sight, butt plate stamped “US”, both barrel bands stamped “U”, left side of stock has the “SWP 1884 cartouche (Sam Porter), left side of barrel has the verified “VP” proof with Eagle head. Rifle remains in excellent all original condition. The barrel and frame are a nice mix of blue and brown patina with some light age freckling. Traces of color on block with brilliant colors underneath and on tang. Wood is very good with no cracks, proud to metal, with usual dings. Action is perfect with a strong rifle bore with usual minor black powder abrasions. Rifle comes with an original bayonet, leather frog and US brass hanger. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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266 - (A) WHITNEY ARMS LEVER ACTION .44 RIFLE. Serial No. 576. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. This is the Whitney-Kennedy lever action sporting rifle manufactured from 1879 to 1886. This is a small frame sporting rifle featuring full round barrel, full magazine, German silver blade front sight, flat top sporting rear, and walnut stocks with rifle butt. Barrel legends are sharp. This is just an honest rifle. All metal is a brown soft patina with some freckling. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent with usual dings and slightly shy at wrist and toe. Strong rifled bore with usual black powder abrasion. Fine action. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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267 - (A) REMINGTON NO. 1 ROLLING BLOCK COMMERCIAL SRC. NSN. Caliber .43 Spanish, Barrel length 20”. Remington advertised the breech loading carbine from the 1870’s through the 1890’s. The No. 1 carbine saw use during that time in numerous countries as well as the US Navy. This is a US manufactured catalog carbine. Only military mark is a “U” on the barrel band. Has the 1874 patent date on tang. Features saddle ring bar and ring, standard Remington military folding sight, no for-end proof marks, metal is a smooth brown patina, walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, never refinished. Perfect action, strong near mint bore. Appears as if this carbine was factory tinned or plated at one time which was typical for sea service. Extremely clean, all original, big bore carbine. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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268 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 403893B. Caliber .38-.40 WCF, Barrel length 24”. This standard rifle was manufactured in 1891 and features: full round barrel, full magazine, sporting rear sight, sporting front sight (replaced), blue finish, walnut stock, rifle butt. All metal surfaces are a smooth light brown patina with traces of the original blue at rear of frame. 80% original blue on loading gate. No colors visible on hammer or lever. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks or chips but grain is opening up on butt stock. Action is fine, strong rifling with usual abrasions. Overall clean example of iconic 1873. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 269 269 - (A) SPRINGFIELD M1869 US CADET TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 1618. Caliber .50-70 government, Barrel length 29-5/8”. Approximately 3,422 were manufactured from 1869-1876. They utilized the Allen patented conversion system with a mix of new and surplus Civil War parts. The Cadet rifle had a shorter barrel and no provisions for sling swivels. The plate is stamped “US Springfield” with Eagle and has the 1864 date. Left side of barrel and frame are numbered “1678”. Has the 1868 rear sight, block is stamped “1870” with Eagle head and “US”. Left side has ESA cartouche (partially readable). Left side is unit stamped “21”. Two barrel bands, both stamped “U”. There is a 1-1/2” hairline crack at left side of frame, otherwise wood is very good with usual bumps. Metal is a brown patina. Action is fine, bore has strong visible rifling with black powder abrasions. Nice example of early Cadet Trapdoor rifle. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 270 270 - (A) U.S. BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL SADDLE RING CARBINE Serial No. 22909. Caliber .54 cal percussion, Barrel length 21”. The 5th model Burnside carbine was manufactured from 1863 to 1865. It was a very popular breech loading single shot percussion carbine used widely used during the Civil War. All matching numbers. Features a single barrel band and two leaf flip up rear sight. Proof “P” on barrel. Right side plate stamped “Burnside Rifle Co. Providence R.I”. All metal is a gun metal grey patina with age spotting. Government inspector stamps found on various parts. Saddle ring bar and ring. Walnut stocks are very good, slightly shy to metal, having been re-freshened up at one time. There is a visible cartouche on the left side but is not readable. Small 1/2” area of wood missing at for-end screw. Original swing swivels. Fine action and strong clean rifle bore. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 271 271 - (A) EARLY GERMAN JAGER RIFLE WITH RARE BAYONET. NVS. Caliber .65 riffled bore, Barrel length 27-1/2”. This is a very unusual flintlock rifle. No visible proof marks or maker stamps. The barrel is turned from octagon to round and fitted with a bayonet lug and a very interesting bayonet measuring 8” in length. Sports a full stock that is beautifully carved and incised. The barrel is a pleasing mix of blue/brown patina. Has a unique rear sporting site (with repair). The lock has had some finish added. Stock is in beautiful condition, no cracks. Ram rod retained by two brass thimbles. Features heavy brass butt plate, decorative brass cheek piece protector, brass triggers guard, side plate and nose cap. Strong rifle bore. Sling swivel in front, missing the rear swivel. Very unusual 18th century weapon. 700.00 - 1,400.00 90

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LOT - 272 272 - (A) FINE PA/KY FULL STOCK HEAVY BARREL RIFLE. NSN. Caliber .44 bore percussion, Barrel length 36-1/2”. Fairly scarce, full stock, heavy, full octagon barrel sporting rifle measures 3/8” at flats. Wind drift rear sight, dove tail front sight, barrel has two filled sight slots (rear and aft), full striped maple stock, brass for-end tip, rod is retained by three brass thimbles, heavy brass trigger guard, inset brass forearm plate, brass butt plate with additional heal plate, 1/4 moon brass decoration on left side of small PA rollover cheek piece, brass side plate, nickel thumb plate, plain brass patch-box, Lock has engraving of a hunter but no visible maker stamp on either lock or barrel. Wood is very good to excellent with a heal chip retained within the butt plate, two small hairline cracks at side plate and a hairline crack (10”) on right side of forearm. Double set triggers. Hammer does not cock. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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273 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE. NVS. Caliber .58 percussion, Barrel length 40”. Approximately 11,495 riffles were manufactured by J. T. Hodge & A.M. Burton at the Trenton Locomotive and Machine Co, NJ, 1863-1864. Sometimes called state militia rifles because the left side of barrel is stamped “NJ” for New Jersey. Left side barrel also stamped “VP” verified proof and Eagle head. Top of barrel is stamped “1863”. Lock is stamped “U.S. Trenton” with American Eagle and dated 1864 (proper). All other features are standard as found on US Springfield Model 1861: butt plate stamped “US”, three barrel bands all stamped “US”, sling swivels, two leaf folding rear sight, cartouche oval on left side visible but not readable. Wood is excellent but has been freshened up, slightly shy at lower tang. Nice fire blue on barrel band retaining springs. Balance of metal is a brown patina with some scattered freckling and salt and pepper. Dark bore, perfect action. Comes with an original NJ plate leather cartridge pouch. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 274 274 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Serial No. 341103. 22” barrel in .45-70 caliber. Manufactured 1886 to 1889. Offered is a standard Model 1884 Trapdoor carbine. Has the carbine stamped 1884 rear sight with the barrel band sight protecter. It is a single shot, breach loader. Barrel has VP eagle proof on left side. Standard front sight. “U.S. Springfield” on lock. No visible cartouche on stock. Barrel and frame are a smooth pleasing blue-brown patina. Block retains 80% of the re-applied finish. Walnut stocks are excellent. Top of butt plate stamped “U.S.”. Fine action. Strong near mint bore. Saddle bar and ring present. Overall clean 1884 carbine. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 275 275 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1896 S.R.C. Serial No. 75478. 22” barrel in .30-40 Krag. Offered is a standard U.S. issue Krag 1896 carbine. Has the military adjustable rear sight stamped “C” for carbine, rear barrel band has the elongated ears to protect rear sight, walnut handguard with a small 1” crack at top, proper walnut stock is devoid of any visible cartouche, saddle ring bar and ring, and original front sight. Barrel is a mix of blue and soft patina. Frame has softened to a gun metal grey with sharp legends. Traces of blue on magazine. Trigger guard and barrel band are grey patina. Repaired sling swivel stud hole on stock in for-end. Stock is very good with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 276 276 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD CONTRACT MUSKET (TRENTON). NSN. 40” barrel in .58 caliber percussion. This contract musket is basically a U.S. Model 1861 that was manufactured by J.T. Hodge and A.M. Burton at the Trenton Locomotive & Machine Co. in 1863-64. Lock is dated 1864 with U.S. eagle stamped “Trenton”. The breech of barrel is stamped 1863. Left side of barrel has the VP eagle proof. Has the standard single leaf folding rear sight, three barrel bands, original sling swivels, finished in the white, with U.S. stamped bands and butt plate. All metal is soft age but clean brown patina. Lock has razor sharp legends. Original nipple. The original walnut stock is excellent with a nice visible cartouche on left side. Fine action. Rifling visible but has black powder abrasion. Comes with an original bayonet. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 277 277 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1866 CONV. RIFLED MUSKET. NSN. 40” round barrel in .50 caliber percussion. Offered is a type two lock dated 1865. Breech bolt is dated 1866 with Eagle. Has the Springfield single leaf type two folding sight. Barrel and bands are finished in the white and has some aged spotting. The lock and hammer retain 70% case colors. Has the US stamped butt plate in the white. Trigger guard in the white with swing swivel. Has three bands all stamped “U”. Walnut stocks are near mint, left side has the perfect military cartouche, side plate screw still has some fire blue finish. Has a mint action. Strong rifle bore with minor black powder abrasion. This early Allen conversion appears to be in almost unused condition. Comes with an original US stamped bayonet. This is one of the finest examples we have seen. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 278 278 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 CARBINE. Serial No. 19829. 22” barrel in .52 rimfire caliber. This is a true Civil War Spencer carbine that has not been altered. Falls directly in the serial block range 1863 to 1865. Has the six groove rifling. Other features include walnut stock, metal butt plate, single barrel band, saddle ring and bar. Sports a post front sight with the original rear sight having been replaced with a dove tail brass thick sight. Metal has various military inspector marks. Carbine has no original finish. Basically a brown patina. Wood shows heavy use with nicks and bumps. Left side of forearm has 3” piece missing. Action fine. Strong rifle bore. It is obvious this carbine saw much use during the Civil War. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 279 279 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLE MUSKET. 40” barrel in .58 caliber percussion. Standard military Civil War musket manufactured at Springfield armory. Lock is dated 1863 and stamped US Springfield with eagle. The bolt is stamped with eagle. Has the single leaf folding rear sight, three barrel bands. Left side of barrel has the VP eagle head proof .The rifle was finished in the white and now is a smooth brown patina. Original sling swivel, period rod, walnut stock is excellent, no cracks. Has a strong “E.S.A.” cartouche in oval on left side and a strong clean bore. Perfect action. Comes with an original US stamped bayonet that is brown patina. This is a very high condition and this model is all original and un-messed with, has never been cleaned and has all the original patina. These are often referred to as the Gettysburg models by collectors due to the year of the famous turning point battle in Pennsylvania. Very clean un-touched example. 800.00 - 1,200.00 92

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LOT - 280 280 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .22 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 411777B. 24” barrel in .22 long caliber. Manufactured in 1892. Features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, standard sporting sights, walnut stocks, with rifle butt plate. Sharp legends on frame and barrel, all metal surfaces are a smooth and pleasing brown patina, right side plate looks to be replaced, traces of case colors on hammer. Wood is excellent and proud to metal, with no cracks in butt stock but hairline crack on left side of for-end. Very good rifled bore. Fine action. Nice honest and scarce .22 caliber Model 1873 rifle. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 281 281 - (A) FRENCH MODEL 1822 INFANTRY MUSKET CONVERSION. NSN. 40.5” barrel in .75 bore. This musket was standard military issue Model of 1822 manufactured as a flintlock and was period converted to percussion in the early to mid-19th century. Rifle remains in all original, as converted condition. Barrel is dated 1822 on both sides a breech with factory codes on left side, three barrel bands with center band sling swivel, numerous French proofs on bands, lock plate stamped “de Montague”, trigger guard has the two finger grooves, French acceptance stamps on trigger guard and tang, period correct ramrod. All metal was finished in the white and is now a mixed grey-brown patina with age spotting. One piece walnut stock. “St. Etienne” repair stamps on right side of stock dated 1857, probably time of conversion. Name stamped on bottom of stock, and a large chip on left side of stock at butt. Butt plate is rusted. Fine, untouched, all original attic-find French Model 1822 conversion musket. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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282 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1881 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 7640. 28” barrel in .40-60 caliber. These rifles were manufactured 1881 to 1892. This is a special order rifle in that it features a full octagon barrel with factory half magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, case colored lever and hammer, and smooth steel shotgun butt plate. The beautiful walnut stocks feature raised checkering with incised borders and incised decorative edge near butt plate. Not factory but obviously period done and masterfully executed. Brilliant case colors on side of hammer, traces on lever. 75%-80% original high polish factory blue mixed with brown patina and light age freckling. Perfect action. Strong rifled bore. Very handsome early special order 1881 Marlin with lots of finish. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 283 283 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD CONTRACT MUSKET MODEL 1861. NVS. Caliber .58 percussion, Barrel Length 40”. Produced in 1863/1864 the Trenton Contract was held by J.T. Hodge and A.M. Burton at the Trenton and Locomotive Machine company in Trenton NJ where they manufactured 11,495 Springfield type muskets for use by the Union Army during the height of the great conflict. For all intents and purpose, it is basically a Springfield. Features the three U.S. stamped barrel bands, two solid and one split and the blued two leaf site. Lock is dated 1864 with the American Eagle and is stamped U.S. Trenton. Complete with sling swivels. All metal is in the white. The walnut stock has been cleaned and refinished. No cartouche visible. The left side of the barrel is stamped N.J. which would indicate this rifle was issued to the NJ Militia. It is in fine working order with a strong clean, near mint bore. Is accompanied by the original ram rod and bayonet. 800.00 - 1,300.00

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LOT - 284 284 - (A) PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE. NSN. Barrel length is 41”, bore diameter is .41 percussion. Offered is a Pennsylvania long rifle with a percussion lock manufactured in Albany, NY. Rifle has a full octagon barrel that was stamped with maker at one time but no longer readable. Has three brass thimbles with re-placed rod. Missing rear barrel retaining wedge. All metal is dark brown patina. Stock is checkered at wrist, has brass trigger guard, butt plate and toe plate. Typical small cheek piece with a shield thumb rest. Tang does not meet barrel, and sits outside stock and needs fitting. Has a lovely brass patch box. This is a typical attic find never cleaned long rifle. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 285 285 - (A) G. KOPP FULL STOCK PERCUSSION PA/KY RIFLE NSN. Caliber .44 percussion, Barrel length 42”. Maker marked by G. Kopp who manufactured guns in York County Pennsylvania from 1830 - 1850’s. Barrel is stamped “G. Kopp” on the flat. Features full octagon barrel, simple blade front and open rear sights, full length stock, lightly incised with some stress cracks along forearm. Metal is dark brown patina, salt and pepper on lock and hammer. Mustard tone on brass butt plate and trigger guard. Brass butt plate is engraved and pierced. Has a small rollover cheek piece with silver moon decoration. Brass left side plate is engraved. Nickel thumb plaque. Wood stock is missing section of wood at tang behind hammer and is very dark. Not working. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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286 - (A) GALLAGER CIVIL WAR SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 12341. Caliber .50 percussion, Barrel length is 22-1/4”. The Gallager Carbine was manufactured by Richardson and Overman. This carbine has the rifled bore in 50 caliber. According to Flayderman, 200 Gallagers were converted to 50 cal in the 1870’s. The Gallager carbine saw extensive service in the Civil War. This is a standard model with the Richardson and Overman stamp. An unusual carbine that was manufactured without a for-end. Has walnut stock with patch box, percussion nipple, under lever, military two leaf folding site with bar and saddle ring on left side. No visual cartouche. Barrel and frame are a pleasing mix of blue and brown with some fire blue remaining on tang. Side plate is brown patina with nice traces of fire blue on hammer. Strong clean rifle bore. Nice original Gallager breech loading percussion carbine. The walnut stocks are normal with usual dings and abrasions. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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287 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 S.R.C. Serial No. 75820. 22” barrel in .52 percussion caliber. Approximately 40,000 manufactured for use during the Civil War. One of the most popular weapons for the Union Army. This was the carbine that was manufactured with iron furniture without a patch-box. All metal is a grey patina with age spotting and proper military proofs including the saddle ring bar. Walnut stock is very good with no readable cartouche. “T.W.R.” inspector stamp. Features the Lawrence patent rear sight. Some pitting on the block. There is a closed 3” crack on left side of stock as well as a closed 3/4” crack on right side wrist. 3” crack on right side of stock. Strong rifled bore with minor corrosion. Fine action. Fine, unconverted Civil War survivor. 900.00 - 1,400.00 94

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LOT - 288 288 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 479563B. 479563B 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF. Manufactured 1894. Standard rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, standard Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. Barrel is a mix of blue-brown patina with sharp legends and edges. Tube and for-end tip match perfectly. The frame has liberal areas of blue mixed with soft patina, with some touch-up on left side of frame forward of plate. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. Very handsome 73. 900.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 289 289 - (A) US HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1816 CONVERTED MUSKET. NSN. Caliber .69, Barrel length 42”. This musket was period converted at the arsenal to the percussion system. Lock is stamped “Harper’s Ferry 1836” with U.S. Eagle. Left side has several perfect cartouche stamps. Original ram rod, swivels, iron furniture and three bands. This rifle is in so called “attic condition”, as found, never touched, cleaned or oiled. Ancient pitting around nipple. Stocks are very good to excellent with no major cracks or repairs. Exactly as one would expect to find a weapon of this era that has never seen any attempt to clean or alter in anyway. 900.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 290 290 - (A) US HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1816 MUSKET CONVERTED. NSN. Caliber .69 bore, Barrel length 42”. This model is a standard U.S. Model 1816 manufactured in 1819 and was arsenal converted from Flintlock to percussion. Missing the sling swivels and it has an incorrect replaced ram rod. Features: three band, all iron furniture, lock is stamped “Harper’s Ferry 1819” with U.S. Eagle. Left side has a perfect cartouche stamped in an oval. Butt plate stamped “U.S.” Wood is in excellent condition with no cracks. Metal is an untouched mix of patina and gun metal grey. These conversions saw wide spread use during the Civil War. This one remains in untouched condition since the conversion. 900.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 291 291 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 W/ HISTORY RIFLE. Serial No. 341260B. Caliber .38-40 WCF, Barrel length 24”. Manufactured 1890. While outwardly this old Winchester is simply a standard rifle with the following features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stocks with rifle butt; this gun was once owned by famous wildlife artist David A Footer. The rifle comes with a letter from him listing the serial number with a picture of him holding the rifle. The letter states that he obtained the rifle from his father when he was 20 years old and used this rifle for hunting until he sold it years later. Footer is a world renowned naturalist. He has gained an international reputation for spectacular fish mounting and taxidermy. He received the Award of Merit from the state of Maine. His art has appeared on the cover of Maine Fish and Wildlife as well as the Canadian Eastern Woods and Waters. In 2002 he had a 13 page feature story in the Art of Angling Journal. Famed trapper and hunter from the north woods of Maine for over 70 years. As to the gun itself, it is a clean honest gun. All metal surfaces are a grey patina with light salt and pepper on right side. Stocks are very good with no cracks but were freshened up at one time and are a bit shy to metal. Action is perfect with a strong clean bore. 900.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 292 292 - (A) FRENCH MODEL 1777 ST. ETIENNE MUSKET. NSN. Caliber .75 Bore, Barrel length 39-1/4”. Offered is a post- Revolutionary War French musket featuring the distinctive finger groove lower rear tang. Left side of stock has a scooped cheek piece, brass pan, barrel has Belgium proof marks, block is original to this rifle, has a period brass tipped rod, right side has a French name stamped into it, arsenal marked, three barrel bands and sling swivels. Stock is excellent with one 1/2” stress crack at left side plate. As found all patina, original and untouched. 900.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 293 293 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLED MUSKET. NSN. Caliber .58 percussion, Barrel length 40”. Referred to as the Model 1864 or Type II with the solid barrel bands. This was the standard issue, Union Army, Civil War rifle and the last U.S. regulation muzzle loader. Metal on this rifle was finished in the white and has been cleaned to a near high polish. Has three barrel bands, front and back are solid, middle is split, all stamped with the “U” proof. Butt plate stamped “US”. Barrel is dated 1864 but it is hard to read. There is some light salt and pepper. Has the blued folding two leaf sight, hammer is blue brown patina, Eagle has been cleaned off the bolster. Lock is clean with strong legends. Walnut stock is very good to excellent with no cracks but has been freshened and no cartouche visible. Strong clean rifled bore. Fine action. Very handsome Civil War issued rifle. 900.00 - 1,600.00

LOT - 294 294 - (A) H. MORRY PA/KY LONG RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .40 percussion, Barrel length 35-3/4”. This lovely full stock percussion rifle was manufactured in Baltimore, Maryland by H. Morry. It features full octagon barrel, small leaf rear sight, dove tail front, brass for end tip, brass tipped rod retained by three brass trumpets, barrel is pinned and wedged with no escutcheons, brass trigger guard and left side plate, both with light engraving. Silver thumb plate. Brass butt plate, brass heal plate, brass patch box is engraved with eagle, cannon, shield, and flag. The wrist is checkered. Pennsylvania type cheek piece. Stock is in excellent condition. Barrel is a brown patina as is lock plate that is stamped “Warranted” Has the double adjustable set trigger and is in fine working order. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

LOT - 295 295 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION MUSKET. NSV. 42” barrel in .69 caliber percussion. Standard musket U.S. issue in excellent all original condition. Lock is stamped “Springfield 1849” with U.S. eagle. Top of butt plate stamped “U.S.”. Has two barrel bands with a front band that has integral sight. Correct cleaning rod. Includes bayonet. All furniture finished in the white, now spotted patina. Left side of barrel has the “V.P.” proofs. Stock has the inspector cartouche in oval and is stamped “A.A.D.” over a second inspector stamp in oval. Wood is in excellent condition. A far above average, very clean U.S. 1842. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 296 296 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1871 RIFLE. NSN. 36” barrel in .50-70 caliber. Between 1871 and 1872 Springfield Armory, on Royalty agreement with the Remington Arms Company, produced 10,0001 rolling block rifles. This rifle uses the rolling block action, other details are the same as the Model 1870 Remington U.S. Navy rifle. Features iron mountings, finished bright, with the case colored frame and hammer. The tang has the Remington patent. Frame retains approximately 80% bright case colors. Left side if stamped “Model 1871”, right side is stamped “U.S. Springfield 1872” with eagle. Has the sling swivel on front band and trigger guard. Walnut stock with curved carbine butt. Has the folding adjustable leaf military rear sight, pinched front sight, two barrel bands stamped “U”. Barrel and bands are a soft patina, having never been cleaned. Walnut stocks are near mint with a perfect “E.S.A.” cartouche on left side. Gun does not appear to have been used or issued. Still has the raised grain. Butt plate is stamped “U.S.” and is brown patina from storage. Strong, clean, rifled bore with a little minor abrasion. A few nicks in stock from storage. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 297 297 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1853 CARBINE. Serial No. 14620. 21-1/2” barrel in .52 caliber percussion. Manufactured from 1854 to 1857. Falls right into the middle of the serial range. Features: round barrel, post front sight, Lawrence rear sight, brass barrel band with long sling bar attached. Has a brass butt plate, brass patch box on right side. Sharps patented on right lock. Sharps patent 1848 on rear tang. All metal is a dark brown patina. Walnut stocks are very good. There is a one inch chip at toe. Some finish has been added. Brass has been cleaned. Action is fine. Strong, clean bore. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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298 - (A) ORNATE GERMAN OFFSET SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. NSN. 27 - 1/2” barrel. .52 percussion. Manufactured in Neuberg, Germany by Pfisterer and so marked on top barrel flat. This is a beautifully made, one of a kind, off set target rifle from the mid -19th century. Features include; full octagon barrel with engraving at breech, globe front sight, rear sight slot is empty, lollipop rear tang target sight with 3/4” disc, offset and highly figured walnut stock, full length with checkered wrist and for-end, engraved iron patch box, ornate trigger guard is carved out of wood, double set triggers, front sling swivel, rod is attached via three thimbles, and barrel is held by two wedges with decorative brass escutcheons. The lock is engraved as is the tang of the iron butt plate, the hammer is engraved as well, the head of which is ornately detailed of a dog’s head. The thumb plate is missing. There is an expert repair at wrist. Left side of stock has a rollover comb, with a beautiful carving. Has three decorative left side plates. Metal is a clean, brown patina. Has a very good rifled bore. Extremely well made, one of a kind early target rifle. Comes with a bullet mold. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 299 299 - (A) ENGLISH BLUNDERBUSS & SWORD. 37” L. NSN. There is no serial number visible. Black Powder. The blunderbuss barrel bears two English proof marks but there is no maker. The lock plate was stamped at one time but is no longer eligible. This is an early 18th century flint lock, the barrel and lock are basically a nice brown patina. Features a solid under rib, with a brass tip rod. This weapon has a single iron thimble with a brass stock retaining thimble, brass trigger guard and butt plate. Trigger guard has been repaired and has two replaced screws. Brass butt plate is slightly oversized and should be refitted to stock and is stamped with the letter “F” on the upper tang. The walnut stock is very good and features a checkered wrist. Does have some chipping near tang and lock. The sword has an extreme radical curve, blade measures approx. 33”. No makers stamp, has a decorative brass hand guard. It has a bone handle, no scabbard. It has a Middle Eastern appearance. In excellent condition. An interesting early lot of two weapons. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

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300 - (A) CHARLEVILLE 1774 AMERICAN STOCK MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel length 42”. Offered is an American Revolutionary War altered French Charleville musket. Left side has arsenal stamps, three bands, original flint lock stamped “Charleville”, top jaw screw is a replacement and is stripped. Has the original 1763 front band. Rod is a period replacement. The frizzen exhibits period re-facing. Rifle is missing the sling swivels and has an American made stock in Brown Bess style. All iron furniture is dark patina, as found, untouched. Stock is very good, original finish, with some chipping around lock. Nice example of American used Revolutionary War musket. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

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301 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 78589. 20” barrel in .44 rimfire. Manufactured 1871. This carbine is standard in all respects. Features a full magazine, two barrel bands, integral front sight to band, two leaf folding rear sight. Strong readable barrel legend. Barrel and tube are a smooth dark blue-brown patina with no pits. Brass frame is a lovely patina. Walnut stocks are dark. Wood to metal fit, while not proud, is nearly flush. Buttstock has been freshened up at some point. Has the steel carbine butt plate. Fine action. Remarkably strong, clean bore. Original saddle ring and stud. Overall, a very fine and good locking 66 Yellow Boy. 4,500.00 - 6,000.00

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302 - (A) J. METZGER FLINT LOCK PA/KY LONG RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .46 bore, Barrel length 43”. Jacob Metzger was a gun smith from Lancaster, Pennsylvania from 1758-1777 and in Frederick Town, Maryland 1788-1825. A near identical patch box by J. Metzger can be found on page 272 and 273 in the book “Kentucky Rifle Patch Boxes” by Roy Chandler. It is actually a blending of the patch boxes in example 522 and 523. It features a full octagon barrel that is stamped “J Metzger” on top flat near breech, simple rear sight with a German nickel dove tail front, brass for-end tip, cleaning rod is retained by three brass thimbles, full length maple stock with lovely incisions on both sides. Brass trigger guard, single trigger, lock is stamped “London Warranted”. In addition to the patch box there is a German silver heart on the right side. Border punched German silver thumb plate with incisions around the border of wrist. Silver heart on left side. Small classic straight cheek piece on left side of stock. Left side also has a sterling silver engraved decorative oval. The brass side plate has light engraving. Barrel is retained by wedges, set closest to the breech have silver escutcheons. Lock and barrel are deep rich patina with a very little abrasion near the nipple. Stock is in superb condition. Minor 1/4” hairline at lock rear and a hairline at the brass side plate, other than that stock is nearly flawless with the hand rubbed oil finish. Beautiful patina. Working order. This is simply a marvelous example of a true Lancaster Pennsylvania classic flintlock long rifle. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00 98

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303 - (A) FRANZ LUCAS NAGELE MUNCHEN WHEELOCK RIFLE. NSV. Cal .60 rifle, Barrel length 36”. Wheelocks were invented at the beginning of 16th century. They were typically sporting arms owned by the upper class. Several similar designed Bavarian rifles date to the early 18th century. This example has a rifled octagon barrel with a dovetailed blade front and folding leaf notch rear sights and is marked “HannS [inset golden touch mark] Winckbler” on the top flat behind the rear sight. The lock plate is engraved “FRANZ: LUCAS: NAGELE/A MUNCHEN” (produced in Munich). The large dog also has a design that makes the upper and lower jaw only visible from the left side. It has double set triggers (front trigger partially gone) and is fitted on a full length stock with a distinctive butt with large patch box and a horn for-end cap. The barrel, action and trigger assembly are all iron while the remaining furniture including the elaborate finger rest trigger guard are brass. The iron components are plain while the brass furniture features detailed engraving. Most of the scenes display hunters and/or game but there is also a woman with a flag on the front of the patch box and a mermaid on the trigger guard. It includes a ramrod with brass tip. This rifle does not have the crank. Is a lovely example of German craftsmanship dated in the mid -17th century. Extremely difficult to find nice examples in the United States as most reside in European museums and personal collections. A rare opportunity to own an ornate sporting rifle that predates the founding of the American colonies. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

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304 - (A) COLT MODEL 1855 FULL STOCK SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 8337. 31” barrel in .56 caliber. Manufactured. 1856-59. It is a five shot revolving cylinder percussion, with swivel on rear band with another in stock. Caliber stamped a left rear trigger bow. Has a two-leaf folding rear sight to 500 yards. Left side of frame is stamped “Colts Patent” (faint). No visible stamps on barrel. Metal is a gun metal grey-brown patina. Has a brass trigger guard. Walnut for-end is excellent with brass tip. Knurled metal cleaning rod and iron butt plate. Very good to excellent buttstock with no cracks and proud to metal. Indexes perfectly. Strong clean rifling with very minor black powder abrasion. Very scarce large caliber Colt Model 1855 full stock revolving rifle. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

LOT - 305

305 - (A) VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY 2ND MODEL MUSKET. NSV. Barrel length 42”, .69 caliber flintlock. Manufactured from 1812-1821. Lock is stamped “Virginia Manufactory” forward of hammer and “Richmond 1818” at rear. This is a late style that features the brass flash pan with fence. All other features standard Springfield. It is apparent that this lock was installed on a Springfield rifle. These muskets were finished in the white, with walnut stocks, butt plate stamped “US”, barrel has VP proof on left side, side plate is stamped “S”, has three barrel bands, sling swivel on bow and middle band. It has a slotted ramrod. All metal is extremely clean, turning a golden hue, having never been polished and giving off a straw hue. Stocks are excellent with just a few minor dings. Original owner has carved three initials in left side of stock above side plate. Excellent bore with minor abrasion. One can only wonder when this musket was pieced together and why. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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306 - (A) COLT MODEL 1855 HALF STOCK SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 2902. 2902 27” round barrel in .44 caliber percussion. These rifles were manufactured 1857 to 1864. It is a six shot, single action. Top of the frame is stamped “Colts Patent 1856” and address “Col. Colt Hartford, CT, USA”. No Colt records exist for this rifle, but it is a deluxe presentation model. Nickel plating is not listed in the book, but this gun was, at the very least, period dealer nickel plated and appears to be all original factory nickel. It is a deluxe full-plated gun in that every metal part is plated except the butt plate is brown patina. Has the deluxe highly figured checkered walnut stock with a few abrasions, proud to metal with no cracks. Small for-end with wedge. Barrel legend is sharp and there is no nickel plating within the legend. Special nickel plated folding long range peep sight on tang, sliding rear fold-down sight, and a nickel plated folding globe front sight. Overall the gun retains approximately 70% of the nickel plating with the balance flaked to soft gun metal brown patina with a light frosting. Frame is stamped “2902” with no nickel plating in the serial number. Hammer screw is a dull blue. Has original wooden ramrod with brass knob. Cylinder indexes perfectly. Strong, clean, near mint bore. This is the first of this type we have seen, the only plated deluxe in excellent all original condition with the deluxe wood. Very unusual and rare Colt. 5,000.00 - 7,500.00

LOT - 307

307 - (A) HIGH COND. WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 RIFLE. Serial No. 205524B. 24” barrel in .44 WCF caliber. Manufactured in 1886. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, correct Winchester sporting front and rear sights, walnut stocks, rifle butt, blued finish, and case colored hammer and lever. This is a standard Third Model that has seen very little use and has survived in fine all original condition. The barrel and tube retain approximately 90-93% original factory blue with razor sharp edges and legends. The nose-cap retains approximately 50% original factory blue mixed with brown patina. Left side of frame retains approximately 85% of the original factory high polish blue finish while the right side remains at approximately 70-75%. There is at least 75% original blue on base of frame, balance mixing with smooth patina. Strong case colors remain on hammer and sides of lever. Perfectly stamped brass carrier, never cleaned. Excellent original varnished walnut stocks, proud to metal, never sanded or refinished, with usual minor abrasions. Butt plate is a freckled grey-brown patina. All screw heads are perfect and un-marred. Strong clean rifled bore. Way above average high condition Model 1873 in the most popular caliber and barrel configuration. 5,000.00 - 7,000.00 100

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308 - (A) HIGH CONDITION THICK SIDE WINCHESTER 1885. Serial No. 1283. Caliber .40-60 WCF, Barrel length 30”. Offered is an extremely scarce and high condition Winchester Model 1885 (High Wall) with the so called thick side frame. Factory letter states that this rifle, in this caliber, was shipped in the second year of production on September 11, 1886 with a No. 3 30” octagon barrel with plain trigger. This beautiful rifle is just as it was when shipped from the factory. Although it does have an adjustable trigger. The barrel retains approximately 95% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. Has its original sporting sights. It is interesting to note that it is stamped “Cal. 40-60” with “Winchester” spelled out between caliber and frame. Has the rare and early heavy frame that still retains approximately 75% of its original case colors. The lever retains approximately 30% case colors. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks or chips and remains in superb condition with only a couple of very minor abrasions. Action is tight as new, bore exhibits strong rifling with minor black powder abrasions. Extremely fine condition, early, high wall. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

LOT - 309

309 - (A) 1861 C.S. ARMORY RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET. NSN. 40” barrel in .58 caliber percussion. Musket was manufactured in Richmond, Virginia in 1861. The lock is stamped 1861 “Richmond, Virginia” and is referred to as the ‘High Hump” model. The lock and font can be seen on page five in the book entitled “C.S. Armory Richmond” by Paul Davies. Features the brass stock tip with screw (page 29); brass buttplate stamped “C.S.” (page 14); bottom of the wrist of stock is stamped “J.B.” for Jas. H. Burton, superintendent of armories; rear two iron barrel bands are stamped with a “U”, front band is not stamped; three-square iron blade socket bayonet (page 86); rear sling swivel attached to iron trigger guard and middle band; pinched front sight. Bands that were stamped with “U” are for “UP” (font can be seen on page 108). Has a two-leaf folding rear sight that is stamped with round serif ‘3’ and ‘5’ (page 129). Proper style white canvas sling with leather and tong (page 138). Three-square iron bayonet is unmarked (page 169). “U” barrel bands are stamped forward not center. Proper style ramrod (page 243). We can find no reference or font example to match the “C.S.” on butt plate, but it has been on there a long time. One piece walnut stock is in excellent condition. Left side has the initials “G.W.L” beautifully carved. The wood to metal fit at lower tang exposes metal. All metal is in the white. Barrel shows brown patina with salt and pepper texture. Bands are grey. No traces of case color on lock. Bore has clean visible rifling. 6,500.00 - 8,500.00

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310 - (A) EXQUISITE ENGRAVED WINCHESTER HENRY LA. RIFLE. Serial No. 12032. Cal .44 rimfire with a 24” barrel. This marvelous engraved Henry rifle was manufactured in 1866, the year that both the Henry and newer model 1866 were manufactured simultaneously. Both the engraving and the condition of this rifle are worthy of special attention. Both sides of the brass frame are engraved in a distinctive Gustave Young style with the finely cut scrolls. The right side features an extremely detailed bison. Left side features a likewise highly detailed stag and doe. The forward area of the frame has a decorative border. Top of the frame is engraved in script “Antonio L. Carvaral”, the letters are highly stylized and our spelling may be incorrect. The brass buttplate has light engraving on heel and the base of the receiver behind the lifter. The barrel has the proper Henry stamp and the original ladder folding rear sight. Barrel and tube are a soft mix of blue-brown patina with some freckling with sharp edges, sharp legends with average age freckling. The lever is a brown patina and hammer is gun metal grey. Butt stock is in near mint condition with beautiful grain. Matching number inside but was refinished at one time and is a bit shy to metal. Probable replacement. Stock has the original sling swivel, as does barrel. The buttplate, buttplate screws and tang have all matching numbers. Strong rifled bore, still shiny with minor abrasions. Replaced mainspring screw. In working order. While the engraving is certainly in the style of the period, it was not done at the factory. The butt stock was obviously renumbered to match the gun. An extremely handsome as embellished Henry rifle. 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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311 - (A) COLT LIGHTNING LARGE FRAME SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1678. 28â&#x20AC;? barrel in .38-56-255 caliber. Manufactured 1888. A total of 6,496 large frame Colt Lightnings were ever manufactured. This one dates to the second year of manufacture. These rifles were discontinued in 1895 with only eight years total production. It is a standard model. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, knife blade front sight, Colt flat top sporting rear sight, blued finish, checkered two piece walnut for-end, and a plain walnut buttstock with steel rifle butt plate. This rifle remains in fine all original condition. The barrel retains approximately 80% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends, is thinning on high areas and starting to mix with smooth brown patina. The magazine is a pleasing mix of blue and patina. Both sides of the frame retains 20%-30% original blue finish, the balance patina with some minor age freckling. Bottom of frame, slide, and trigger guard are soft gun metal grey. Walnut forend in is excellent condition with no cracks, some minor dings, and some flattening of diamonds. Buttstock is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Fine action. Strong rifled bore with minor black powder abrasion. Scarce, clean, all original smooth gun with no pitting and far above average. 8,000.00 - 10,000.00

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312 - (A) WINCHESTER DELUXE MODEL 1873 RIFLE (1ST MODEL) Serial No. 3411. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. According to the factory letter, this rifle was shipped on April 24, 1875 as follows: Type: Rifle Barrel Type: Octagon Barrel Length: 24” ,Trigger: Set ,Checkered stock, Case hardened .This early rifle features the raised thumbprint dust cover, the folding Beach front sight; Winchester sporting rear sight; checkered walnut stocks; rifle butt; case colored frame, lever, and hammer; set trigger. Barrel legends and edges are sharp. Frame, hammer, and lever retain approximately 95% case colors. Deluxe grain checkered walnut stocks are excellent. This gun has been entirely professionally restored with an aged look. The barrel and tube are a soft brown patina. Frame colors are muted. Fire blue loading gate and oil finished stocks with a couple of minor mars. Checkering is sharp in most places with a few flat spots. Action is like new. Strong, clean, rifled bore. It is unknown who did this quality work, but this restored rifle looks as it wood having just left the factory and with the aging process having taken over. The toning of the finish of the barrel and the case colors, as well as the stock, appear to be so original that only an experienced eye would not believe this gun was just as it left the factory having simply aged. All features listed in letter match this rifle except the folding front sight. It is a desirable early 1st Model with the raised thumbprint dust cover in perfect working order and extremely nice bore. Barrel markings are proper. A beautiful rifle that would be worth a king’s ransom if it were all original, and the quality of workmanship rivals that of Winchester. 8,000.00 - 10,000.00

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LOT - 313

313 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 104662. 104662 26â&#x20AC;? barrel in .40-65 WCF. Manufactured 1896. Offered is an extremely high condition all original Model 1886 rifle in the early standard blued finish. It features full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, rifle butt, and case colored hammer and lever. The barrel and tube retain approximately 85% of the original factory blue finish, balance blending with a pleasing blue-brown soft untouched patina with sharp edges and perfect legends. The frame retains approximately 90% of its original brilliant high polish blue finish blending perfectly with soft patina. Loading gate retains nearly all of the original high polish fire blue. Bolt retains approximately 90% original blue. Traces of soft case colors on hammer and sides of lever. Original walnut stocks are near mint, proud to metal, untouched, retaining nearly all of the original Winchester finish. Butt plate is a soft grey patina. Action is like new. Strong, clean, shiny bore. Extremely difficult to find high condition antique Model 1886 rifles with the factory blue finish of which the majority still remains. This rifle is exceptional, showing light, well-cared for use. Even the for-end cap retains traces of original blue finish. Fine, early, high condition example. Factory Research details that serial number was applied on July 16, 1895 as: rifle, .40-65, octagon, plain trigger. 9,000.00 - 12,000.00

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314 - (A) DOC. US 1884 TRAPDOOR EXP. ROD BAYONET. Serial No. 321110. This very rifle is featured by serial number in Al Frasca’s definitive book on the Trapdoor Springfield on page 265. The Springfield research letter lists this serial number as a 45 caliber rifle as the Model 1884 round rod bayonet with experimental flat latch serial number 321110. It was issued to the 23rd infantry at Fort Mackinac on August 5, 1887. It was then transferred to Company E 23rd infantry October 19, 1887. This is a rare test model that has survived in original condition and documented in US Army’s records in Al Fresca’s book as well as the US Marshall Arms collector number 133 December, 2012. It is in all original condition and extremely scarce due to the fact that these weapons were used under hard field conditions to test the sights, accuracy and use of the ram- rod bayonet. Most weapons were broken or damaged in testing and many were totally rebuilt. A total of 37 Model 1884 rod bayonet rifles are listed to Fort Mackinac. Another interesting feature of this rifle is that the front sight cover houses two different front sight blades. The barrel was never cut for a sight base. They have nick named this rifle the flat latch because the small locking fingers are not visible. This model is also discussed in the Flayderman’s guide to antique weapons. The rifle has the “VP” eagle proof on the left side of barrel, stock is stamped “U.S. Model 1884”, side plate is stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle, butt plate is stamped “U.S.”, rear sight is standard 1884. Wrist of stock has the cursive P in circle, left side of stock has the inspector stamp “SWP” (Samuel Porter) and is dated “1886”. Stock is in unusually fine condition for a hard used test rifle with no cracks but usual dings. Case colors on block have darkened, lock and hammer are dark blue brown patina as is trigger guard. Original sling swivels with double front. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue and patina, action is perfect. Strong clean rifled bore. This rifle comes with the Springfield research letter and other documentation. This is one of the finest experimental 1884’s models to ever surface. 9,000.00 - 12,000.00

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315 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 228030B. 24â&#x20AC;? barrel in .44-40 WCF. It is astonishing that we can still find today, nearly 120 years after it was manufactured, a Model 1873 Winchester that has survived in nearly unused condition. In addition to the superb condition, this rifle is in the most popular of all calibers for this model, .44. This rifle features full round barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting front and rear sight, blue finish, highly finished walnut stocks, rifle butt plate, with case colored hammer and lever. The remaining finish on the frame is truly spectacular. Retains 93-95% of the most lustrous, rich, velvety blue imaginable. Screw heads are perfect. There is some minor age freckling barely worth mentioning and some extremely minor high edge wear. The fire blue loading gate is brilliant. Case colors on the hammer and lever are virtually all present, some brilliant. Even the butt plate has traces of case colors. Walnut stocks are near mint with a couple of minor abrasions, beautifully fitted and untouched. For-end cap retains approximately 80% of the original blue. Barrel legends are sharp as new. Magazine tube is a perfect blend of aged patina coming through the blue finish. Barrel retains approximately 85% or better of the original blue finish, with an area of thinning on right side from storage only, and some minor age freckling on left-hand side. Strong and mirror-shiny bore. Action is perfect. Simply an incredible .44 caliber Model 1873 classic rifle. Factory research: shipped March 15, 1887; rifle, round barrel, .44 caliber. 9,000.00 - 12,000.00

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LOT - 316

316 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 S.R.C. Serial No. 378578B. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Manufactured in 1891. Offered is the classic Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine in .44 caliber. It is standard in all respects. Features full magazine, carbine post front sight, folding carbine ladder rear sight, two barrel bands, saddle ring with stud, walnut stocks, and carbine butt plate. One of the most coveted of all Winchester firearms are the 1873 Saddle Ring Carbines that are all original and still retain the majority of their original factory finish, having never been touched. This is one such example. Given that these carbines are almost always well-used and show various degrees of damage or excessive wear, to find one in a condition such as this is very rare. The barrel and tube retain approximately 85% of the original factory blue finish with the balance simply blending to a soft aged smooth patina. The barrel bands still retain 30% - 40% of the brilliant high polish blue. Barrel legends are sharp as new. Rear sight is dated 1873 and has bright blue on elevator. The bottom right and left side of the frame still retain 70-80% of the lustrous mirror finish high polish blue, as does the loading gate. Sides of the lever have traces of case colors while the hammer retains brilliant case colors. Rear tang stamped “Model 1873” retains all of its original blue finish. Carbine butt plate is a smooth soft gun metal grey. Trap holds the original brass cleaning rod. Walnut stocks are near mint with original finish, proud to metal, no cracks, and only the most insignificant of impressions. The bore is near mint and shiny. Action is like new. A truly phenomenal survivor that was well-cared for and saw very little use. A top condition example of the iconic all-time classic Winchester Model 1873 lever action carbine. Factory research: shipped March 14, 1891; .44 caliber carbine. 10,000.00 - 14,000.00

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LOT - 317

317 - (A) COLT LARGE FRAME LIGHTNING BABY S.R.C. Serial No. 1137. 22” barrel in caliber .40-60-260. Manufactured 1888. Arguably one of the scarcest Colt firearms ever manufactured. A total of 6,496 large frames were manufactured over an eight year period, only a fraction of these were carbines, and baby carbines probably number in the single digits. In fact, this is the first and only example of its kind that we have ever seen or heard of, and could find no record of another example having been offered in recent history. The Baby Carbine has a barrel diameter that is smaller in dimensions than the magazine tube. Features full round barrel, full magazine, single front barrel band, carbine post front sight, carbine ladder folding rear sight, blued finish, saddle ring and stud, two piece checkered walnut for-end with a walnut buttstock that sports the curved carbine smooth steel butt plate. Barrel legends are as sharp as new, as is the Colt pony on the left side of frame. There is flashes of original blue on frame and slide bar. Balance of gun is simply a clean, smooth blue-brown and gun metal patina with no pitting. Forearm is very good. Does have a 3/4” hairline crack on right panel. Checkering shows wear. Buttstock is excellent with no cracks. A couple of usual dings, and a sliver missing at top of wrist at frame on both sides. Has a perfect action and a remarkably clean, strong bore. Arguably one of the rarest Saddle Ring Carbines manufactured in the 19th century, and possibly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own this rare firearm. This is a case where the use of the word ‘rare’ is truly justified. 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 318

318 - (A) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 RIFLE. Serial No. 35135. Caliber .45-75 W.C.F., Barrel length 28â&#x20AC;?. Factory research lists the following: Type: Rifle Barrel Type: Octagon Checkered stock, pistol grip Case hardened Caliber: 76 as per record .. referring to model? Shipped: Sept 22, 1883 Offered is a lovely special order, case colored 1876 lever action rifle. As with all early rifles, the caliber is not marked on either the barrel or the lifter indicating 45-75. Rifle features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, 1876 dated folding ladder rear sight, original Winchester long range tang sight, deluxe checkered pistol grip walnut stocks with rifle butt plate. Barrel retains approximately 85-90% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. The tube is a pleasing mix of blue and gun metal grey. Nose cap has traces of color. The frame, lever, and hammer retain approximately 50-70% original case colors, balance is a smooth gun metal with brilliant colors in recesses. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with usual wear to checkering, no cracks or chips and some beautiful fiery grain. Original cleaning rod. Strong clean bore. Extremely handsome case colored deluxe 76. 10,000.00 - 14,000.00

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LOT - 319

319 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 99 TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 295007. 22” barrel in caliber .303 Savage. Manufactured. 1926. This is a Model G deluxe takedown with checkered pistol grip walnut stock. It has the lightweight tapered barrel, schnoble tip, white metal bead front sight, adjustable flat top sporting rear, style five barrel address, Weaver scope and mounts with standard cross hairs and perfect optics. Barrel retains approximately 95% original blue finish, starting to darken. Frame is approximately the same condition with high edge wear. Nice colors on lever. Wood is excellent with no cracks or chips and a Savage logo serrated steel butt plate. Sling swivels. Strong, clean, rifled bore and perfect action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 320

320 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 536949. This rifle was manufactured in 1949. It is a model EG Solid frame with checkered pistol grip and serrated steel butt plate. Features ramp front sight and sporting rear sight with blued finish, case colored lever, brass cartridge counter. The stock is excellent to near mint, no cracks or chips and has the pistol grip cap. Lever has brilliant colors, 97% blue overall metal finish, with just a couple areas of wear on frame and barrel. Fine bore and action. This fine rifle saw very little use. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 321

321 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE (PRE-64). Serial No. 1690568. 20” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Standard 1950 manufacture 1894 carbine. Features full magazine, ramp front sight (no hood), sporting rear sight, two barrel bands, blue finish, no ring, long for-end, walnut stock, checkered steel shotgun butt plate. Sling swivels have been added to buttstock and magazine tube. No flutes. Gun is in excellent condition. Barrel has 95% original factory blue with muzzle wear and 3/4” rub on right side. Magazine tube retains 98%. Frame retains 90% with high edge wear, thinning on top and bottom, and some minor freckling. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips, just the usual minor abrasions. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 322

322 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE (PRE-64). Serial No. 1188760. 20” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Standard 1937 manufacture 1894 carbine. Features full magazine, ramp front sight (no hood), sporting rear sight, two barrel bands, blue finish, no ring, long for-end, walnut stock, serrated steel shotgun butt plate. Sling swivels have been added to buttstock and barrel band. No flutes. Gun is in excellent condition. Barrel has 97% original factory blue with light muzzle wear. Magazine tube retains 85% starting to thin. Frame retains 95%-96% with minor high edge wear. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. This is a lovely pre-war carbine with near mint stocks showing very little signs of use. 500.00 - 700.00

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323 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE (PRE-64). Serial No. 1249398. 20” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Standard 1941 manufacture 1894 carbine. Features full magazine, ramp front sight (no hood), sporting rear sight, two barrel bands, blue finish, no ring, long for-end, walnut stock, checkered steel shotgun butt plate. Sling swivels have been added to buttstock and barrel band. No flutes. Gun is in excellent condition. Barrel has 90% original factory blue mixing with patina. Magazine tube retains 98%. Frame retains 80% with high edge wear, thinning on top and bottom, and minor freckling. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips, just the usual minor abrasions. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 324

324 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94AE XTR CHEVROLET COMM. Serial No. 5293381. 20” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. Basically a standard model angle-eject Model 94. Features full magazine, hooded ramp front sight, sporting rear sight, two barrel bands, blued finish, checkered walnut straight grip stock, with Winchester black composite buttplate. Right side of stock has a gold medallion, reads “1985 Chevy Outdoorsman Winchester” with Chevrolet logo. Rifle is in as new condition inside and out. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 325

325 - (C) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON BOLT ACTION .22 RIFLES. Serial No. 47 & 40. Fine pair of Remington bolt action 22’s. The single shot is a Target Master while the other is a magazine fed ScoreMaster. Both feature 25” barrels, blue finish, bolt action, walnut stocks. Both retain 90% or better blued finish. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Both have Remington composite butt plates. Fine bore and action. Beautiful pair of Remington bolt action rifles. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 326 326 - (C) LOT OF 2: MILITARY RIFLES. Serial No. 9526 & 53557. The first rifle is a German Model 1871/84. 31.56” barrel in caliber 11x60mm. This is a standard military rifle. Has been altered by reducing the stock to the front band. Balance is all original. Metal is a mix of blue-brown patina. Has the military rear sight. Manufactured in Danzig. Matching serial number on barrel, frame, safety, rear barrel band, and floor plate. No number on stock. Very good bore and action. The second gun is a Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor rifle. 29-3/4” barrel in caliber .45-70. This is referred to as a Cadet rifle with the shorter barrel. This is the second type with one piece trigger guard. All metal is a grey patina. Wood is very good but dried out. Has a visible Sam Porter 1892 cartouche. Has the wrong cleaning rod (does not fit). Strong rifled bore and fine action. 500.00 - 700.00 112

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LOT - 327 327 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 425 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1815. 22” barrel in .30-30 Remington caliber. These rifles were manufactured from 1910 to 1917. Features a 22” barrel, half magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, rifle buttplate, dovetail front sight, and sporting rear sight. Barrel, tube, and frame retain approximately 75% original blue, mixing with patina, thinning at breach, with some light age freckles and a little bit of salt and pepper upper left rear frame. Wood is very good with usual dings and a couple of small chips at tang. Action is perfect. Strong bore. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 328 328 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 99 ARISAKA LONG RIFLE. Serial No. 7161. Caliber 7.7mm Japanese, Barrel length 31”. This rifle was produced at the Nagoya Arsenal at the Toriimatsu factory. It has the inverted V front sight with guards, three screw type front barrel band, two piece buttstock with handguard, plum shaped bolt handle knob (numbered to rifle), cupped edge sheet metal butt plate, and monopod attachment at rear barrel band. Rear sight adjustable to 1500 meters with anti -aircraft wings attached. Complete full royal mum on forward bridge. All metal parts are a smooth blue-brown patina. Has an original Japanese thin canvas sling. Extractor is numbered to gun. Knurled safety with notch indicator. Near mint shiny bore. Numbers etched on right side of stock “144168” (?). An extremely fine all original all matching scarce 99 long rifle. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 329

329 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 71080. 31-1/4” barrel in 6.5mm Japanese. Manufactured at the Chigusa factory of Nagoya Arsenal from the 27th series. Has the invert V front sight with guards, polished cleaning rod, rear sight adjustable to 2,400 meters, two piece buttstock with handguard, knurled safety with notch indicator, and cupped edge sheet metal buttplate. All metal retains approximately 98% of the beautiful original factory blue finish with straw colors on trigger and rear sight spring. Has full royal mum on forward bridge and plum shaped bolt knob numbered to gun. Still has the original dust cover. This rifle is in superb all original condition with the usual dents on stock. Perfect action. Bright and shiny bore with strong rifling. Comes with an original Japanese leather sling with Japanese writing on inside. Truly exceptional Model 38. 500.00 - 800.00

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330 - (C) PA STATE POLICE REMINGTON MODEL 30 RIFLE. Serial No. 13385. This is a Model 30 built on the 1917 Enfield action, this model, with 20” barrel, is referred to as the Model 30 manufactured from 1921-1940 and features; blued finish with hooded ramp front sight no rear barrel sight and has a receiver peep sight. One piece walnut stock with hand groove, schnabel for-end, plain pistol grip with serrated steel butt plate. This rifle was owned by the Pennsylvania State Police and is stamped PSP and has a rack number A18 and a property ticket number 017691 sticker on left side. Rifle is in excellent all original condition 85%-90% blue, mixed with patina. Stocks are excellent, no cracks, never refinished with usual minor dings, expected on police guns, and has a fine bore and perfect action. 500.00 - 800.00

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331 - (C) RUSSIAN SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. BT2035. Caliber 7.62x39 mm, Barrel length 20â&#x20AC;?. Offered is a beautiful high quality Russian SKS manufactured in 1952 dated on rear of receiver with a star and arrow. Matching number on bolt and frame as well as magazine, trigger guard, stock. Comes with folding bayonet and has the two piece hardwood stock with original varnish. Import stamped on barrel. Gas tube is Electro penciled to gun. This early gun has the high polish rust blue finish, approximately 95% remains. Fine bore and action with the usual abrasions. 500.00 - 800.00

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332 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 52 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 10NR801627. Caliber is .22 LR with a 24â&#x20AC;? barrel. Japanese manufactured Winchester. Reintroduction of the famous Model 52 sporting rifle. Features: blue finish, barrel manufactured without sights, deluxe pistol grip, checkered walnut stock, pistol grip cap, and Winchester logo checkered steel butt plate. Has one original magazine and is topped with a Leupold scope. Has standard cross hairs, perfect optics. Rifle shows in as new condition inside and out. Comes in a Winchester soft case and also comes with original box. 500.00 - 700.00

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333 - (M) LOT OF 3: CABIN LOT OF THREE FIREARMS Serial No. 06537602, NSN, AB932880A. Gun A) Very desirable Marlin Model 9 Semi Auto carbine. Chambered for 9mm cartridge. Serial No. 06537602. Barrel length 16”. Features an extended magazine, composite folding stock, blue barrel, fine bore and action. Some storage scrapes on the steel magazine shroud. Light freckling on the barrel. Stock is excellent. These rifles have become very collectible and highly sought. Gun B) Mossberg Model 320B chambered for the .22 rim-fire cartridge. Bolt action, single shot with hardwood stock, blued metal, has the Mossberg peep sight, with sporting rear hooded front. Metal retains 20% blued finish, balance patina. Stock is very good. Strong bore and action. Serial No. NSN. Gun C) Remington Model 870 Super Mag, 12 bore shotgun, pump action. Has a 3-1/2” chamber with interchangeable choke system, vent rib with single bead, matte finish with black composite stocks. Gun shows in excellent condition with a few minor storage marks. Serial No. AB932880A. Perfect trio of quality guns for that weekend cabin. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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334 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 771819. Cal .300 Savage, Barrel length 22”. The Savage Model 99 F, featherweight, was introduced in 1955. This rifle does not have the sliding safety that was introduced in 1960, thus placing this rifle Manufactured. date between 1955-1959. Features the blued factory finish with the ramp front sight, sporting rear, brass cartridge counter, case colored lever, solid frame, pistol grip checkered walnut stocks with blunt nose for-end and serrated steel butt plate. Metal retains 97% of the original factory blue finish with bright case colors on lever. Sling swivels. Interesting adjustable period mounts utilized factory scope option. Comes with a Balvar Bausch and Lomb 5x scope. Wood is in excellent condition, proud to metal, no cracks or chips with a few minor bumps on left forearm. Fine bore and action. Beautiful post -war 99 with period glass and mounts. 500.00 - 700.00

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335 - (C) MODEL 1895 MAUSER RIFLE (CHILE). Serial No. A4123. 29.60” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. Standard Chilean Model 1895 rifle in virtually near new condition with all matching numbers. Has the Chilean crest on receiver bridge and matching numbers on frame, stock, safety, bolt, floorplate, and trigger plate. Rifle retains 98-99% original high polish factory blue finish. Full length walnut stock with handguard. Military rear sight with fire blue adjustment. Polished bolt. Trigger guard still retains 98% original blue. Even the buttplate retains most of the original blue with the fire blue screws. Stock is excellent with a couple minor dings. Comes with a military style sling with brass frogs. Near mint bore and action. About as nice as they come. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 336 336 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 770 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 71569730. 24” barrel in 7mm Remington magnum. The barrel and frame are stainless. Rifle was manufactured without sites. Has the green camouflage nylon stock with solid black recoil pad. Has the removable Remington magazine. It is topped with a Bushnell 3x9 scope. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. Includes original box with matching number. 500.00 - 700.00

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337 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 FALT-BAND CARBINE (PRE-64) Serial No. 1399435. 20” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Standard 1943-48 manufacture 1894 carbine. Features full magazine, ramp front sight with hood, sporting rear sight, two barrel bands, blue finish, no ring, long forend, walnut stock, checkered steel shotgun buttplate. Sling swivels have been added to buttstock and magazine tube. No flutes. Gun is in excellent condition. Barrel has 98% original factory blue with light muzzle wear. Magazine tube retains 98%. Frame retains 95% with minor high edge wear. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. Nice early flat-band World War II era carbine in overall near mint condition. Does have a small pencil lead-sized chip at left wrist, otherwise wood is near mint. 500.00 - 700.00

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338 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 53 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 5963. 22” barrel in .32-20 caliber. Manufactured in 1926. Features full round barrel, button magazine, ramp front sight, sporting rear, blued finish, walnut stocks, serrated steel shotgun butt, fluted comb. Left side of frame has two addition holes for scope mount or sliding receiver sight. Barrel retains approximately 85%-90% factory blue finish starting to patina. Forend cap retains generous amounts of original blue. Walnut stocks are excellent. Rear stock has been refinished to near mint. Forend had been refinished with a repaired crack with six headless pins. Right and left side of frame retains 70% blue, thinning on bottom. Nice fire blue on loading gate. Traces of color on hammer. Fine action. Strong bore with minor abrasion. 500.00 - 700.00

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339 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 1899-B LEVER ACTION RIFLE 26” Barrel length Serial No. 128900. 22” barrel in caliber .303 Savage. Manufactured 1912-1913. Features full octagon barrel, sporting sights, blued finish, solid frame, walnut stock, pistol grip, perched belly, and rifle butt. Stocks are very good to excellent, had been refinished over repaired wrist crack. Barrel retains approximately 90% blue with razor sharp edges and legends. Frame is a mix of blue, brown, and gun metal. Lever has been polished. Has the perched belly stock, slightly shy at heel, brass cartridge counter. Perfect action. Strong bore. 500.00 - 700.00 116

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340 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER BOLT ACTION 22 RIFLES. NSV. Gun A: Winchester Model 60A, bolt action, single shot, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock with Winchester composite butt plate, take down, manufactured 1932-1942. 27” barrel, 85-90% blue with light freckling. Stocks are excellent, no cracks. Trigger guard patina, strong clean bore. Gun B: Model 67, bolt action, single shot, blued finish, walnut stock, 27” barrel, 95% original blue, near mint stock, fine bore and action, manufactured 1934-1963. Lovely pair of Winchester single shot boys rifles. 500.00 - 700.00

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341 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 ANTLERED GAME COMM. Serial No. AG03775. 20” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. Winchester produced the commemorative in 1978. Carbine features full magazine, two barrel bands, sporting sights, gold plated trim, deluxe checkered walnut stock with blued rifle butt plate, special gold coin in right side of stock. Rifle remains in new unfired condition, although the front barrel band has tarnished to a rainbow color. Comes in original box with sleeve. No paperwork. 500.00 - 700.00

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342 - (C) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CENTENNIAL RIFLE. Serial No. 7656. 26” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. This was the first commemorative rifle manufactured by Winchester in 1966 (they did do a special carbine in 1964 for Wyoming). 1966 was the 100th anniversary of Winchester’s introduction of the Model 1866, often referred to as the “Yellow Boy”. This rifle features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, rifle butt, sporting sights, gold/brass plated frame and for-end cap, and no coin in stock. Comes in its original box with paperwork but no outer sleeve. 600.00 - 800.00

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343 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MOD 94 CARBINE LEGENDARY LAWMAN Serial No. LL19596. 16” barrel in .30 WCF. Winchester produced this carbine in 1977. Often referred to as a Trapper’s model. Features a blued full round barrel with full magazine, carbine butt plate, lever, sporting sights, coin nickel engraved frame with matching barrel bands, and deluxe oil finished checkered walnut stocks. Comes in the original box with sleeve. No paperwork. Sleeve somewhat tattered. 500.00 - 700.00

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344 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE WELLS FARGO. Serial No. WFC17947. 20” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. Winchester produced this special carbine in 1977 to commemorate 125 years of the Wells Fargo Company. Features full magazine, sporting rear sight, dovetail front sight, carbine butt (all of the above are blued), specially engraved antiqued frame, silver coin on right side. Gun is in as new unfired condition in box with no paperwork. Original decorative sleeve in excellent condition. 500.00 - 700.00

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345 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 NRA CENN. RIFLE. Serial No. NRA26716. 24” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. Produced in 1971. This rifle featured high polish blue finish, ramp front sight, half magazine, oil finished plain walnut stocks, pistol grip, fluted comb, sling swivels, light engraving on frame, nickel coin. Comes in original box with original sleeve. Sleeve very tattered and taped. 500.00 - 700.00 118

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LOT - 346 346 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 NRA CENN. MUSKET. Serial No. NRA32766. 26” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. The NRA commemorative musket was manufactured in 1971. Up until that point it was the first lever action musket to be made since the original pre-war models. Featured a walnut full length handguard with walnut buttstock and carbine butt, barrel band with nose cap, sling swivels, folding carbine rear sight. Left side of frame is stamped “NRA 1871 - 1971”. Has a silver coin on right side of stock. Comes in original box with all paperwork and artwork sleeve. This commemorative used some of the nicest dark walnut ever used on a commemorative. 500.00 - 700.00

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347 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 T.R. COMM. RIFLE. Serial No. TR17332. 26” barrel in .30 WCF. Mfg. 1969Winchester produced the TR Commemorative in 1969. Issue price was $135. Rifle featured full octagon barrel, half magazine, walnut stocks, nickel plated accent with commemorative coin. This rifle remains in as new condition, unfired in the original box with paperwork. Comes with the decorative outer sleeve in very good condition. 500.00 - 700.00

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348 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 T.R. COMM. CARBINE. Serial No. TR41641. 20” barrel in .30 WCF. Winchester produced this carbine in 1969. This carbine, or short rifle, featured a full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, pistol grip, and rifle butt. Featured nickel plated accents, blued screws, saddle ring and stud, special engraving, and special coin on right side of stock. This carbine is in as new condition in original box with paperwork and decorative sleeve. Sleeve is somewhat tattered. 500.00 - 700.00

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349 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENN. RIFLE. Serial No. 82690. 26” barrel in .30 WCF. Winchester produced this commemorative in 1967. Features blued finish with walnut stocks, full octagon barrel, rifle buttplate, and special engraving on frame. Comes with original box with all paperwork. 500.00 - 700.00

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350 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENN. CARBINE Serial No. 62355. 20” barrel in .30 WCF. Winchester produced this commemorative in 1967. Features blued finish with walnut stocks, full octagon barrel, rifle buttplate, and special engraving on frame. This is actually a short rifle and not a carbine. Comes with original box with all paperwork. 500.00 - 700.00

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351 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 TRAPPER CARBINE. Serial No. 4926297. 16” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Manufactured 1981. This trapper Saddle Ring Carbine remains in near new condition inside and out. Features dove tail front sporting sight, adjustable sporting rear, two barrel bands, blued finish, saddle ring and stud, walnut stock, and Winchester logo composite buttplate. This rifle is not an angle-eject model. 500.00 - 700.00

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352 - (M) UBERTI MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 51820. 24” barrel in .22 rimfire. Fine copy of .22 Winchester Model 1873. It is tube fed with full octagon barrel, blued finish, sporting sights, case colored frame and hammer. High gloss walnut stocks, rifle butt, blued lever, this rifle shows in near new condition inside and out. A tough example to find. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 353 353 - (C) U.S. PROPERTY REMINGTON MODEL 513-T B.A. RIFLE Serial No. 47278. 27” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The 513-T Remington magazine fed bolt action target rifle was introduced in 1940. This special heavy barrel target rifle was made for the United States government and is stamped on top of the barrel and frame “U.S. Property”. This model is referred to as the “Matchmaster” and sports a globe target front sight with a long range Lyman receiver sight. Heavy walnut pistol grip stock has a proof “P” on wrist. Left side of stock is stamped with “AN” date code. Has a checkered milled buttplate, military sling swivels, adjustable bar under forend, Remington magazine. Metal is finished in a military parkerized finish, of which approximately 95% remains. Stock is very good to excellent with usual dings. Fine bore and action. Nice early World War II era U.S. Property marked rifle. 500.00 - 750.00

LOT - 354 354 - (C) REMINGTON HEPBURN SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 5074. Caliber .38-40 Hepburn, Barrel length 28”. The Hepburn rifle was patented in 1879, manufactured until 1907. Rifle features: full octagon barrel, retains virtually all of the expertly re-applied blue finish, Frame retains 98% of the re-applied blued finish (should be case colored). Barrel has the original sporting rear sight and globe front sight. Sharp barrel legends and barrel sports two blocks for tube scope. Also sports an original tang sight. Excellent original walnut stock with checkered pistol grip. Stocks have not been refinished and retains sharp checkering. Fine near mint bore, perfect action. Comes with numerous reloading accessories, cases and bullets. Should be a fine shooter with the addition of a tube scope and color case receiver, would be a beautiful rifle. 500.00 - 800.00

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355 - (C) MAUSER .22 BOLT - ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 48452. 24” barrel in .22 caliber. Beautifully made Mauser bolt action, magazine fed, sporting rifle often referred to as Training Rifles that were actually built prior to World War II and of the highest quality and finish. Manufactured by Mauser in Oberndorf. This rifle has matching numbers, the magazine bears the Mauser banner. Bottom of the trigger guard is checkered. Has a commercial, high polished, rust blue finish with adjustable military type rear sight, ramp front sight, sling swivels, round knob checkered walnut half stock with schnabel forend, Mauser banner composite buttplate with Mauser logo stamped on right side of stock. Rifle remains in beautiful, all original condition. The floorplate, receiver and barrel retain most of their original factory blue. Albeit, the barrel is starting to thin in a couple of spots. Stocks are excellent to near mint, fine bore and action. The receiver is factory grooved for a scope. Bolt number also matches. Beautiful high quality pre-war .22 rifle. 500.00 - 800.00

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356 - (M) CUSTOM INTERARMS MARK X BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. A0577. Caliber 7x57mm with a 22” barrel. Offered is a fine custom rifle. Features the Mark X barreled action blue finish not cut for sights with the beautiful custom checkered walnut stock and roll over cheek piece. Has a Herters 4x32 with Redfield mounts and Pachmayr pad. Beautiful rifle in new condition inside and out. Period sling. 500.00 - 800.00

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357 - (C) PAIR OF U.S. M1 GARAND DEWAT RIFLES. Serial No. 1770028 & 5500133. 24” barrels in .30-06 caliber. This pair of U.S. M1 Garand rifles have been altered as to make them non-firing. The barrels have been plugged and the firing pins have been welded. The first gun is manufactured by Springfield with serial No. 1770028. The barrel is dated 1943. Stock has the “P” proof on pistol grip. Cartouche on left side is no longer visible. Frame has remnants of black paint over original phosphate finish. Traces of black paint on exposed barrel and gas chamber. Stock has numerous dings and dents. The second gun is an H&R with serial No. 5500133. Has an 8-1954 HRA barrel. Op-rod has been re-blued. Framed retains most of the original military parkerized finish. Gas tube has remains of black enamel. Proof “P” on wrist. No visible cartouche on stock. Stock has numerous dings and dents. Lots of good serviceable parts on these two rifles. 500.00 - 800.00

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358 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 1918 MOSIN-NAGANT RIFLE Serial No. 28985. Manufactured 1918 This rifle is actually a model 1891 Mosin-Nagant manufactured by Remington 1916-1918 for the Russian government. This rifle is in fine all original condition, has a matching bolt number. Left side of stock is stamped No. 2 gun as is the fore-plate and butt plate. No Finnish re-build marks. No import stamps. Features blued finish, walnut stock, finger groove, with hand guard, has original sling swivels, military style adjustable rear sight. This rifle retains the majority the factory original blue finish. All matching numbers no import marks, Remington manufactured in 1918 with all original conditions. 500.00 - 800.00

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359 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER & MARLIN LEVER ACTION. Serial No. 297907 & 89292. Gun A) Marlin Model 1893, Cal 25-36 Marlin, serial No. 297907, 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, folding leaf rear sight, for whatever reason, all metal has been painted black. Legends are sharp so we have no idea what the finish is under the paint, Stock has a repaired crack at wrist with a screw and stock has also been painted. Strong rifled bore, fine action. Gun B) Winchester Model 1892, Cal .32 W.C.F., octagon barrel, serial No. 89292, manufactured in 1895. Metal is brown patina, rounded edges, sharp legends, two or more replaced frame screws; all are marred, stock has been checkered at wrist, finish is bubbling. Barrel has been cut 1/2” making it 23-1/2”. 500.00 - 800.00

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360 - (C) LOT OF 2: EARLY .22 RIFLES. Serial No. NSV & 3244. Gun A) Harrington & Richardson Model 65 Reising, semi- auto, chambered for the 22 long rifle cartridge, serial No. 3244. Has a 23” barrel, walnut stock, and original Reising marked magazine, Redfield receiver sight and sling swivels. Metal is a grey patina, sharp legends, fine bore and action. Gun B) Marlin Model 56, lever action, magazine fed, with walnut stock and blue finish. This rifle retains 99% original finish, as new inside and out. Both of these rifles are quite collectible and great shooters. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 361 361 - (C) PAIR OF MILITARY B.A. RIFLES - KRAG & ENFIELD. Serial No. 430655 & B15932. First rifle is a British Enfield No. 4 Mk I with a 25” barrel in caliber .303 British. Standard issue blued finish, walnut stock, brass butt hplate. Excellent condition with bayonet. Retains the majority of its factory blue finish. Excellent stocks. The second gun is a Model 1898 U.S. Krag with a 22” barrel in .30-40 Krag. This was a standard rifle that was converted to carbine length. This was often done and sold as surplus through firms such as Bannermans. Stock and barrel were shortened and front sight reset. Has the original military style rear sight, original hand guard, original U.S. barrel band, and fire blue extractor. Sharp legends. Cartouche on left side “J.S.A. 1903”. This was not a hack job but professionally done. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 800.00

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362 - (M) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1908 RIFLE. Serial No. 4323. 20-1/2” barrel in 8x56mm caliber. Features double set triggers, butter knife bolt, full length checkered walnut stock with metal for-end tip, pistol grip cap, serrated steel trapdoor butt plate, rollover cheek piece. Fine early 1903 full stock rifle. Retains approximately 97% original factory blue finish with thinning on trigger guard. Sling swivels with period sling. Made in Austria. Sports a B. Nickel Marburg scope, made in Germany, 4x81 Supra. Scope has standard crosshairs with perfect optics. Stocks are excellent with sharp checkering and beautiful oil finish. Fine bore and action. Very nice, high condition, early Model 1908. 2,500.00 - 3,000.00

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363 - (C) WINCHESTER 52 TARGET RIFLE (LONE RANGER). Serial No. 29931. 27” barrel in .22 rim-fire. This rifle comes with a load of information. It was owned by the second television Lone Ranger, Mr. John Hart. Comes with several checks to and from John Hart from the Screen Actors Guild (checks confirm signature), an autographed photo, numerous photos of John Hart shooting this very rifle, and letter from John Hart listing this rifle by serial number and where he talks about the rifle and landing the role of the Lone Ranger in 1952. This rifle is featured in a booked called “Guns That Talk Vol. I” on page 250 to 257, which features John Hart’s guns and shows him shooting this Model 52 and lists the serial number. There are also several color photographs of him at his home with this firearm. Absolute rock-solid provanance. Manufactured 1935. Fine early pre-war heavy barrel bolt action magazine fed target rifle that has the high knife blade front sight, military style long range rear sight, single barrel band, plain walnut stock with pistol grip and checkered steel butt plate, and barrel has scope mounts attached. Rifle retains 98%-99% original blue finish with a couple of minor spots of age freckling. Fine bore and action. Walnut stock has repair at upper tang, otherwise excellent. High edge wear on trigger guard. Has an original Winchester magazine. Hart played in about one third of the classic television series The Long Ranger during the 1950’s. 2,500.00 - 3,000.00 124

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LOT - 364 364 - (C) BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLE Serial No. 17301. Caliber .30-06 government, Barrel length 24”. This beautiful, factory engraved, custom Mauser, bolt action sporting rifle was built for the consignor while stationed in Germany in the 1950’s. It was manufactured specifically for him by the Mahrholdt custom rifle company. Features include: octagon to round barrel with full matted rib, single leaf fixed rear sight, ramp front sight, integral claw mounts and sports a Pecar (Berlin) 3x7 variable scope. The barrel is beautiful factory rust blued, the frame sports a satin finish and features custom engraving of the highest quality. The bolt is jeweled. Has an engraved fire blued straight butter knife handle. Rifle features double set triggers. The floor plate is exquisitely engraved with antlered game in satin nickel finish. Trigger guard is engraved and finished in high polished blue. Checkered walnut stock features unusual rollover check piece with black for-end tip, black composite butt plate and comes equipped with sling swivels. Has a black pistol grip cap. Gun remains in excellent, near mint condition inside and out. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 365 365 - (C) U.S. MODEL 1903 MRA SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 1344637. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length is 24”. This rifle was introduced in 1924 and is all original as issued. The action of this rifle is hand fitted and identical to the National Match action except the runways and receiver are not bright. The bolt, stamped “NS” for nickel steel , and extractor are polished. The barrel is dated 2 of 1930 and stamped “SA” with ordinance bomb. Top sight blade is a circular peep. Pistol grip walnut stock with two stock bolts, no finger groove, sporting length with a proof “P” in a circle on the wrist, rear sling swivel missing. Has a star gauge barrel, checkered aluminum Springfield National Match butt plate and the Lyman 48 receiver peep sight. Barrel and frame are a nice thinning blue with exposed fading gun metal grey. Stock is excellent with no cracks and one chip. The bore has an ME reading of .5, bright and shiny. A fine early, all original, Springfield NRA sporting rifle with a great bore and an unusual sight blade with peep. Springfield research letter verifies firearm as an NRA sporter. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 366 366 - (M) MIB BERETTA BM62 .308 RIFLE. Serial No. 1539. Caliber .308/7.62 NATO, Barrel length of 19”. The Beretta BM62 is similar to the BM59 M1 Garand with a flash suppressor and is Italian marked. It very much resembles the M1 Tanker Model Carbine with the short barrel semi- automatic, magazine fed, with the walnut stock and hand guard but has a solid rubber butt plate no trap. Features the phosphate military style finish. The rear frame is stamped “P. Beretta Made in Italy”. This gun is imported by Berben of NY. “SA” stamped bolt. The barrel is stamped “PB” for Beretta Metal. A few spots of high edge wear. Stock is near mint with beautiful grain. Beautiful bore and a perfect action. Comes in the original shipping carton and is accompanied by four magazines. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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LOT - 367 367 - (C) GERMAN G43 DUV44 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 2446. Caliber is 7.92mm, Barrel length is 21 - 1/2”. Standard WWII issue Semi- Automatic rifle with the “duv Berlin - Lubeck Machine Factory” stamp, left side of frame is stamped “G 43 duv 44” with Waffenamt stamps, number 2446. Bolt is also stamped 2446. Bottom of stock is stamped 2446. Right side of stock has two Waffenamt stamps. Magazine is stamped “aye K 43” with Waffenamt stamp. Has the original leather sling, with adjustable rear sight to 1200 yards. Bolt cover has Waffenamt stamp and electro pencil 2446. Has the laminated stock with ventilated hand guard. Gun is in excellent condition, retaining 90% factory War time metal finish, stock is excellent, no cracks, all original finish. Extremely fine condition, all original, matching numbered G43 with the scarce duv factory (standard model had ac code). Fine bore and action. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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368 - (A) DEWAT NAZI MARKED MG42 MACHINE GUN. Serial No. 6955d. The Maschinengewehr 1942, or MG42 was developed as a successor to the MG34. The effective MG34 was too expensive and time consuming to produce during wartime. The MG42 used stamped parts, simplifying the production. The result lower production costs and more weapons. The MG42 had no single shot capability. It proved to be reliable and rugged, even under the most extreme conditions. The only draw backs were it used vast quantities of ammunition and remained susceptible to overheating, both due to its high rate of fire. During World War II, the MG42 had the fastest rate of fire of any weapon, at 1,200 rounds per minute (up to 1,800 in some versions.) At this rate the human ear cannot discern the sound of individual bullets being fired. When in use the MG42 makes a sound described to sound like “ripping cloth”, earning the nickname of “Hitler’s Buzzsaw”. The MG42 is regarded by many experts as the best machine gun ever. This non-firing example has the Nazi Waffenamt stamps on left side of trigger guard. Left side of frame is stamped, “M.U. M.G. 42 6955d d&b” and it is BH inspected. Has the wood pistol grip scales and butt stock. All metal is a blue-brown patina. Has a white painted Number 1 on top. Still has original bi-pod. The overall length is 47”. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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369 - (C) FACTORY NEW DELUXE WINCHESTER 1890 RIFLE. Serial No. 621565. 24” barrel in .22 short rim-fire caliber. Offered is a Turnbull quality complete restoration (all of which currently remains) Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle. This rifle has the nickel plated frame and butt plate with fire blue screws and takedown screw, full octagon barrel with sporting sights, deluxe checkered straight grip walnut stock with oil finish and fiery grain, proud to metal with razor sharp checkering. This deluxe half plated Model 1890 was done in the same quality as if it had just left the Winchester factory. Nothing indicates refinishing. All legends are sharp, all edges are like razors, and all screw heads are perfect. Stock is superb. Could not tell from original Winchester except it is simply too nice and the bore has some roughness. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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370 - (C) FACTORY NEW DELUXE WINCHESTER 1890 RIFLE. Serial No. 719453. 24” barrel in .22 short rim-fire caliber. Offered is a Turnbull quality complete restoration (all of which currently remains) Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle. This rifle has the blued frame and butt plate with fire blue screws and takedown screw, full octagon barrel with sporting sights, deluxe checkered straight grip walnut stock with oil finish and fiery grain, proud to metal with razor sharp checkering. This deluxe Model 1890 was done in the same quality as if it had just left the Winchester factory. Nothing indicates refinishing. All legends are sharp, all edges are like razors, and all screw heads are perfect. Stock is superb. Could not tell from original Winchester except it is simply too nice and the bore has some minor roughness. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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371 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .44 S.R.C. Serial No. 379572. Barrel is 20”, caliber is .44 WCF. Manufactured in 1907. The Winchester model 1892 saddle ring carbine in .44 caliber is one of the most desirable of all Winchester carbines. This model is standard and all original. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, classic post front sight, folding saddle ring carbine sight, blued finish, walnut stocks. Has the original saddle ring and stud. The barrel retains approximately 85% original factory blue finish with balance blending to a smooth patina. Left side of the frame retains approximately 20% original blue. The balance is soft gun metal grey. Right side approximately the same. Top and base of frame are gun metal grey from carry. 40% of original blue on loading gate. Traces of color on hammer. Has the standard carbine butt plate. Walnut stocks are very good, proud to metal never refinished with usual minor hunting dings. The forearm forward of the barrel band has a small stress crack which could easily be repaired. Strong clean rifle bore with some light frosting. Perfect action. Far above average .44 carbine. Factory research: shipped June 25, 1907; .44 caliber carbine. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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372 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1858 ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 82517. Caliber .44 percussion, Barrel length 8”. Referred to as the Remington new model Army revolver, manufactured 1863-1875. This is a U.S. issue that bears the “W” government stamps. Smooth walnut grips with visible but not readable cartouche on left panel. Standard features: octagon barrel, post front sight, fixed rear, blued finish, six shot, single action with brass trigger guard. The barrel has traces of blue softening, balance of metal is light brown patina. Grips are very good, chip on left panel. Action is perfect, strong bore with usual black powder abrasion. Clean all original Army revolver. 800.00 - 1,200.00

373 - (A) FRENCH REV. WAR FLINTLOCK HORSEMAN PISTOL. Lock marking has been changed from Charleville to “Libreville” (for ‘Liberty’). Pattern 1766. Top jaw and screw are old replacements. Barrel is from an old Model 1763 (marked). These were shortened and used on 1766 models. All metal is in the white. Barrel measures 9” with a .69 bore. Fine working action. These pistols were manufactured in France during the French revolution which explains the changing of the lock mark from Charleville to Libreville. Liberté, égalité, fraternité! Nice period piece from a very important event in European and French history. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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374 - (A) PAIR OF FRENCH MODEL 1873 REVOLVERS Serial No. H96283 & G5102. Caliber 11 mm cartridge, Barrel length 4-1/2”. These revolvers were adopted by the French government in 1874. They were manufactured in the arsenal in St. Etienne. Both are Navy models and have the “Model 1873” on top barrel flat. They are six shot, double action with checkered wood grips. The first revolver, serial No. H96283 exhibits all matching numbers and was produced in 1883, stamped on right barrel. Traces of original factory blue blend with a lovely soft patina. Action is perfect, bore is near mint. Grips are excellent. Lovely revolver. The second gun is serial No. G5102 and it too has all matching numbers and is dated 1876 for year of manufacture, stamped on the right side of the barrel. This revolver was finished in the white, which is starting to tone with some minor age freckling. Grips are excellent. Indexes properly, trigger return spring is sticky. Bore is mint. Overall an exceptionally nice set of Navy revolvers. 800.00 - 1,400.00 375 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL. NSN. This pistol has an 8 - 1/2” barrel, caliber.54 smooth bore percussion. Pistol was made by Henry Aston of Middletown, CT dated 1852. Last year production. Has swivel type steel ramrod with button shaped head. Has single brass barrel band, brass back strap and pommel, brass trigger guard. Lock is stamped “MIDDtn Conn. 1852” and is marked “U.S. H. Aston. & Co.”. Rear tang is dated 1852, left side of barrel is stamped “U.S.” and “W.N. P.”. Backstrap has a small “H” inspectors stamp, left side of stock has two perfect cartouche stamps, “WAJ’ & “WN”. Stock is excellent. Left brass side plate is stamped “N” twice. Trigger guard is stamped “H”. All metal is a soft brown patina. Original walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Action fine, strong clean bore. Approx. 6,000 of these were manufactured for the U.S. military in 1851 and 1852. Nice clean, all original example of a Pre - Civil War Martial pistol. 800.00 - 1,400.00 376 - (A) FRENCH MODEL 1763 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Caliber .75 smooth bore, Barrel length 9”. Lock plate is stamped “Manufacture Charleville” Large military holster pistol as used in the American Revolution, features brass nose cap, trigger guard, side plate, and heavy pommel. Lock plate is stamped “Manufacture ...Ville”. Iron furniture is smooth patina, left side of barrel is stamped “DY 76 J”, stock is stamped “DY” at top of wrist, crown “N” on nose cap, side plate and trigger guard. Left side of stock has cartouche “DY76” missing the ram rod. Smooth bore, a little rough at muzzle on outside, thinning. Wood is very good with a crack at pommel, minor chips at plate. Nice example of Revolutionary War flintlock. 1,000.00 - 1,400.00 377 - (A) FINE CASED JOHN WURFFLEIN PERCUSSION DERINGER. 3-1/4” NSN. Caliber .46 percussion, Barrel length 3-1/4”. The offered Deringer is exquisitely manufactured. John Wurfflein operated his shop in Philadelphia between 1848-1867. He is most remembered as the inventor of the safety for the Prussian needle gun. It is a single shot with a right side plate exposed hammer, percussion with nickel escutcheon and single barrel ledge with one piece checkered walnut stock. The thumb plate, trigger guard nose cap cleaning rod tip are all German nickel. The hammer side plate and trigger guard are beautifully engraved. Checkered walnut stock is excellent and there is a German nickel daisy on the butt. Side plate is stamped “J. Wurfflein”, top of the barrel is stamped “PHILADA”. The tang is engraved as is the barrel breech block. Single German nickel front sight with a fixed rear sight. Strong bore with minor black powder abrasion. This lovely pistol is housed in a more contemporary wooden case with an original brass powder flask, an iron single cavity bullet mold, an extra ram rod, and Eley cap tin and some round balls. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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378 - (A) GRICE LONDON SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Caliber .65 smooth bore, Barrel length 8-1/2”. Round barrel, stamped “WG” on the left side, with an engraved breech and tang. Lock is stamped “Grice”, breech of barrel has a crown with a “6”. Features brass engraved thumb plate, pommel, trigger guard and two thimbles with brass side plate. Iron furniture is smooth brown patina, brass has not been cleaned. Excellent clean bore. Fine action. Ebony tipped cleaning rod. Beautiful walnut stock with no cracks or chips. The book “Gun Makers of London” lists a James Grice 1793-1796, Joseph Grice 1782-1797, William Grice 1766-1790, John Grice 1712-1714, and William Jr 1803. Noted areas include Salters Hill, Cannon Street, and Birmingham. Fine early English flintlock 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

379 - (A) SEGALAS LONDON QUEEN ANNE FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Queen Anne pistols are a type of flintlock pistol distinguished by the lockplate being forged in one piece with the breech and the trigger plate. They are usually a breech-loading design known as a turn-off pistol. This pistol features a 7” barrel, .60 smooth bore, stepped barrel with flared muzzle, engraved tang, gargoyle pommel, engraved thumb plate, right side of frame is stamped “Sagalas. Londini” All iron furniture is a dark grey patina, German nickel decorations, fine working action. Beautifully incised one piece walnut grip in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

380 - (A) T. RICHARDS ENGLISH H. STOCK FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Caliber .60 smooth bore, Barrel length 7”. This Queen Anne style, flintlock, large bore, single shot pistol, was manufactured by Thomas Richards who was a gun maker in Birmingham from 1747-1784. Side plate is engraved “T. Richards”. Barrel breech has two touch marks and sports light engraving. Has a step down barrel with flared muzzle. Left side plate is engraved with military cannon and flag motif. Beautifully incised walnut stock, in excellent condition with no cracks. Tang is engraved as is ornate thumb piece. Pommel has a gargoyle face. Fine bore and action. Iron furniture is soft patina. Very fine condition, scarce 18th century flintlock. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 381 - (A) FARMER MODEL 1740 HEAVY DRAGOON PISTOL. NSN. Caliber .60 smooth bore, Barrel length 12”. Offered in untouched condition is a large military style Dragoon, single shot, British made flintlock pistol. Side plate is stamped “Farmer”. Right side of round barrel has three London touch marks. All iron furniture is a deep rich chocolate patina, brass thumb plate, heavy brass pommel, brass trigger guard, two brass thimbles and brass side plate. Plain walnut stock is very good but does have light stress crack at left barrel breech and one at left muzzle and couple of chips at pommel. Very good bore. “Gun Makers of London” lists James Farmer Birmingham circa 1740 and John Farmer circa 1800, Tower of London. Scarce large military type, London Dragoon. Overall length 19-1/2” 1,400.00 - 1,800.00 382 - (A) FRENCH MODEL 1813 MILITARY FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Barrel is 7-7/8”. Bore is .69 smooth bore. Manufactured at ‘de SaintÉtienne’. This pistol is marked at the model year XIII. It is a cavalry model popular in the Napoleonic wars. Barrel is stamped RC 1811. Top is stamped “MLE AN13”. Brass for-end cap stamped “2” with “H” inspector mark. The “H” inspector mark can be found on side plate, trigger guard, grip strap and pommel. Barrel is a mix of blue-brown patina. Has a period ramrod, brass trimmings with iron hardware. All original. Excellent condition. Wood has a few minor marks and is stamped “16” on left side. Far above average example of this rare French military pistol. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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383 - (A) ANTIQUE COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER REVOLVER. Serial No. 125728. Barrel length is 4-3/4”. Caliber is .44-40. Manufactured in 1888. This is your standard six shot single action .44 revolver. Matching serial numbers on frame, trigger guard, butt. Gun is basically a cleaned gray brown patina. Has full front sight. Has strong two line barrel address. Colt Frontier Six Shooter stamped on left side of barrel. Frame has three line patent. Replaced/refinished one piece walnut grips are excellent, but shy to metal. Has four Colt clicks. Indexes and locks up perfectly. This revolver features the early style screw in retainer. Has a strong clean rifle bore, fine unmarred screws. Has .44 CAL stamped on left trigger bow. Handsome early gun. 1,500.00 - 2,200.00

384 - (A) NEWTON LONDON FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSV. Caliber .65 smooth bore, Barrel length 8”. Lock plate is stamped “Newton”, the octagon to round barrel has two touch marks, military motif of cannons and flags on the left side plate which is engraved “Kent”, military motif German nickel pommel with helmet and cannons, the grip has a silver wire inlay with trumpet and initial “W”, silver plated engraved trigger guard and two thimbles, left side plate is silver plated, lock and barrel are a smooth gun metal patina, beautiful incised walnut stock. Very good bore and action. The book “Gun Makers of London” lists John Newton 1778-1784, and Joshua Newton 1819. Beautiful early English flintlock with ornate military motifs 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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385 - (A)NAPOLEONIC WAR ERA CHARLEVILLE FLINTLOCK PISTOL NSV. This pistol is a Model AN XIII as used by the French Cavalry and Navy during the Napoleonic Wars. The lock plate is marked “Manuf. Imp. /De Charleville” ahead of the hammer. Although some of the markings on the barrel are unclear, there is a distinct “1811” mark at an angle on the left flat. Additional markings include a small script “D” on the brass barrel band and the side plate which is also marked “N-H”. The left stock flat has a circular “EF” stamp with some markings along with another clear “1811” mark and also T.RD and a P. There is a touch mark on brass trigger guard and specter mark on front grip strap. Has a metal ram -rod. All steel furniture is a dark patina. This pistol has the brass flash pan. There is some minor corrosion on front strap. There are a few minor worm holes. The brass furniture includes the barrel band which has an extension that connects to the side plate, the trigger guard, and butt cap. Fully operational. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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386 - (A) ANTIQUE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 109324. 4-3/4” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the factory letter, this revolver was shipped to Hartley & Graham on May 1, 1884 in a nickel finish with rubber grips. This revolver matches the factory records with the exception that it now sports a pair of period one piece ivory grips that are showing their age with a stress crack, small chip, and some shrinkage. Frame has the three-line patent dates. Barrel has proper two-line address. Has the front frame retaining screw. Revolver retains approximately 20% original factory nickel. Balance of gun is a brown patina. All matching numbers. Indexes and locks up perfectly. Has a nice clean, strong bore. “.45 CAL.” stamped on left front trigger bow. Fine old, all original cowboy gun. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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387 - (A) CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 88575. Barrel length is 4”, caliber is .38 percussion. This fine little Colt was manufactured in 1854. Features 4” octagon barrel with New York City address, five shot, single action, has a nearly perfect stage coach scene, all matching numbered include wedge, cylinder and loading lever. The brass trigger guard and back strap retain approx. 50% original silver platting, traces of case colors on lever. Frame has basically patterned out. Cylinder is a gun metal grey with near perfect scene, action is perfect, strong clean bore. Barrel has 30% to 40% original factory blue, razor sharp edges, strong legends on barrel and frame, one screw on left side is marred. Comes in a period wood box velvet lined, obviously not Colt. Accessories include original cardboard percussion cap container with excellent label. Has an additional copper percussion tin, an original brass Colt marked two cavity bullet mold and a nipple wrench that is not marked. Has an original brass and copper American eagle powder flask in excellent condition. Nice early outfit. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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388 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL # 3 REVOLVER (AUSTRALIAN). 7” Serial No. 13008. Caliber .44 Russian, Barrel length 7”. According to the standard catalog of S&W, approximately 310 of these models were manufactured in nickel with 7” barrel and have the cut for the detachable butt stock. This revolver does not have the broad arrow marking indicating use in Western Australia. The serial number falls directly into the range listed. Features: nickel finish, case colored hammer and trigger guard with S&W black gutta persha grips. All matching numbers on barrel, latch and cylinder. This rare revolver retains approximately 40% original factory nickel with the balance a smooth brown patina. The original grips are excellent. Cylinder indexes perfectly. Strong clean, near mint bore. A very rare and extremely clean S&W new model. 1,600.00 - 2,400.00 389 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED & SILVERPLATED M. HULBERT. Serial No. 23528. 5-1/2” barrel in .38 centerfire caliber. Manufactured in 1880’s. Offered is a medium frame five shot, double action revolver with folding hammer, square butt, pearl grips, and lanyard ring. This revolver has all matching numbers on barrel, frame, and cylinder. It is an extremely unusual revolver in that the factory engraving is a New York style scroll pattern, rather than the usual punch-dot pattern found on most Merwins. This beautiful engraving encompasses nearly all of the frame and both sides of the barrel. It is also extremely rare to find any Merwin that was finished in silver plate. Revolver retains 95% of the silver plating with most visible wear evidenced as flaking from face of cylinder and slight bubbling. Legends are sharp. Grips are excellent and perfectly fitted with one minor chip evident. Perfect lock-up both single and double action. Strong clean rifled bore. Beautiful high condition factory engraved Merwin & Hulbert and the first of its type we have seen with this combination of scroll engraving and silver plating. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00 390 - (A) CASED COLT ROOT MODEL 1855 REVOLVER. Serial No. 798. 3-1/2” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. Referred to as the Model 1855 Side Hammer Pocket Model (Root), this series was manufactured 1860 to 1873. This revolver was manufactured in the first year of production, 1860. It is a five shot, single action, spur trigger, octagon barrel, with high polish square butt walnut grips. Features a case colored hammer and loading lever, balance is blue. Has a Hartford address with an 1856 patent date on barrel and cylinder. Features a small brass bead sight. Gun retains approximately 70% original factory blue with the balance simply aging. Strong bore and fine action. Comes in a period box (not Colt). Accessories include an iron Colt two cavity mold, a Colt eagle copper flask, and a London percussion cap tin. Very nice early set. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

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391 - (A) CASED PAIR DUELING PISTOLS. Serial No. 941 & 942. Barrel length is 10”, caliber is .44 percussion. This fine matching pair of smooth bore duelers is attributed to Ferluch Austria. Pistols are not marked with the exception of the numbers 941 & 942 stamped into the wood at base of front grip strap. They feature blued full octagon barrels with fully matted ribs, Austrian touch mark on flat, engraved tang, case colored back lock actions with fine engraving on both plate and hammer. They have engraved cased colored trigger guard and grip straps as well as the butt and swivel. Stocks features hand carved fluted handles with leaf pattern engraving at nose. Barrels are retains by a single wedge with escuchen that are case colored and engraved. Both pistols retain virtually all original finish. This set comes in an older wooden set box with French cut green velvet lined holder with three wooden parts boxes and iron bullet mold, a wooden mallet, wood handle cleaning rod and a small powder flask made of copper. Lovely early dueling set, perfect working order. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

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392 - (A) SMALL AMERICAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Barrel measures 4-1/4”. Bore is rifled but worn. Bore diameter is .36. All furniture is a dark brown patina. Lock maker readable. Very lovely curly maple stock. Has original brass tipped ramrod. Engraved brass pommel and engraved brass trigger guard. Hammer does not stay cocked. Nice, early, mid-18th century American assembled pocket pistol. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

393 - (C) ANTIQUE COLT SAA REVOLVER (EARLY HOLLYWOOD). Serial No. 222707. Caliber .22 rim-fire. Barrel length 7 1/2”. This revolver began life in 1902. The back strap is engraved with “James G. Davis”. James G. Davis was born on December 21, 1873 in Sunderland, Tyne-and-Wear, England as James Gunnis Davis. He was an actor and director, known for The Hazards of Helen (1914), The Wrong Train Order (1915) and The Governor’s Special (1916). He was married to Mary Davis and Denton Garden. He died on March 23, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Davis was an actor in the silent era in the beginning of 1912. He directed or starred in 74 shorts and movies between 1915 and 1917. This Colt was modified to fire the .22 rim-fire cartridge and was further altered to make it appear as an open top. There are no visible legends on the barrel. The top strap has been cut away, the gun was entirely copper plated and then finished in nickel, with a gold plated hammer, trigger, ejector rod, cylinder pin and release and fitted with a pair of horn grips. Has the Colt two line patent on left side. Revolver retains approximately 70% of the reapplied nickel finish. Has fine action, bore is very good with visible rifling. This revolver was well used, most likely by Davis in his many silent movie appearances. Fine relic of the silent era in early Hollywood. Includes booklet of movie listings and providence. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

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394 - (A) GOLD PLATED/ENGRAVED BACON MFG. SS PISTOL. Serial No. 646. Caliber .32 rim fire, Barrel length 6”. Pistols were manufactured early to mid 1860’s. This pistol is referred to as the flush fitted recoil shield aka small frame type. Approximately 800 manufactured. This example has the very rare 6” full octagon barrel. This presentation quality revolver features nearly full coverage engraving. Factory gold plated with square butt and varnished walnut two piece grips. Top of barrel stamped “Bacon Mfg. Co. Norwich Conn”. Grips are excellent, retaining most of the original varnish. Pistol retains approximately 95% of the original gold platting. It is a spur trigger, single shot twist barrel with a near mint rifled bore. A 6” barrel Bacon is rare enough, but this is maybe the only gold platted deluxe engraved model extant and would have been a very important presentation piece. Exquisite. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

395 - (A) US COLT CALVARY SAA REVOLVER (D.F.C.). Serial No. 115859. Barrel length is 7-1/2”. Caliber is .45 Colt. Manufactured in 1885. Offered is a standard D.F.C. (David Clark) inspected US Calvary model Colt single action revolver. Matching serial numbers can be found on frame, trigger guard, butt, and cylinder. Left side of frame has the three line patent and is stamped U.S. The DFC inspector stamp is stamped at bottom base of barrel and frame. Cylinder has a “P” stamp. All metal is a smooth patina with scattered areas of salt and pepper on frame and ejector housing. Barrel has strong readable legend. One piece walnut grips. Slightly shy to metal having been refinished or cleaned with no visible inspector stamp cartouche. Has all four proper Colt clicks, indexes and locks up fine. Strong rifled bore with very minor abrasions. Rounded at muzzle from holster wear. Overall, a nice honest example of a well- used, but taken care of Indian Wars US inspected Colt. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

396 - (A) ANTIQUE COLT ARTILLERY MODEL S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 93294. Caliber .45 long Colt, Barrel length 5-1/2”. The frame is an 1883 D.F.C. (David F. Clark) inspected Calvary frame. As most collectors know the U.S. Government recalled hundreds of standard Calvary Revolvers at the turn of the 20th century, disassembled them, cut the barrels from 7-1/2” to 5-1/2” and then re-assembled the revolvers using serviceable parts from various Calvary models. The frame has the 3-line barrel address and is stamped “U.S”. The bottom of the barrel has the proof “P” has the donut head ejector. Cylinder number is 737. with proof “P” and D.F.C. stamp. Trigger guard is number 32314. Back strap numbers not visible but has “K” inspector mark. The one piece varnished walnut grips have visible cartouche on left side but is not readable, and grips are slightly shy to metal. As to finish, gun is basically a gray brown smooth patina. Has four perfect Colt clicks, and locks up tight. Strong clean near mint bore. An extremely fine artillery model, these revolvers have great historical significance as they were used during the Indian Wars and subsequently re-issued during all the conflicts the U.S. was involved in from 1900-1911. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

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397 - (A) NEAR NEW COLT LIGHTNING ETCHED PANEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 37305. 4-1/2” barrel in .38 Long Colt caliber. Manufactured in 1880. This six shot, double action revolver remains in near new, unfired condition. It is referred to as the “Sheriff’s Model” as it was manufactured without an ejector. Most Sheriff’s Models featured barrels that measure 3-1/2” or less and are quite scarce with the longer 4-1/2” barrel. Other features include full factory nickel finish with fire blue trigger and screws. The top and back of hammer are also fire blued with polished sides. This revolver sports period Mother of Pearl grips that are very well fitted. This revolver shows no signs of having ever been fired, there is not a trace of cylinder burn. The etched panel on left side is perfect. Sharp barrel legends. Left trigger bow stamped “38”. Three line patent on left side of frame. All matching numbers. Revolver retains 98%+ original factory nickel finish. Screws, hammer, and trigger retain at least 50% of the fire blue. Pearl grips are excellent with a few minor chips and small initials carved on left panel. Bore is strong and clean. Perfect index and lock-up in both single and double action mode. This revolver is about as nice as they come and would look right at home in an original box. Colt factory letter lists gun shipped as described to Hartley & Graham on December 31, 1881 as described. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

398 - (A) PRESENTATION COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 116729. Caliber 36 percussion, Barrel length 7-1/2”. Manufactured in 1861. Has all matching numbers except wedge (2264). The back strap of this revolver is engraved “Presented to Col. Henry H. Sibley from the Citizens of Mankato Minn 1862”. Mankato was the scene of the largest mass execution ever performed by the US Government. In Dec of 1862, a total of 33 Santee Sioux LOT - 398 Indians were hanged at one time on a giant scaffold as approved by President Abraham Lincoln. A total of 303 were sentenced to hang but the balance were commuted by Lincoln himself. Col. Sibley, former governor of Minnesota, helped draft the Minnesota constitution and was commissioned to take charge of US troops in 1862. During the Dakota War of 1862, as reparations against the Indian uprising that lasted 37 days and cost the lives of over 500 civilians and the near total destruction of the city of New Ulm from Aug 19-21st by the Dakota’s. On Sept 26, 1862, Col Sibley lead US forces into the Dakota camp and took over 1200 prisoners. Trials began on Sept 28th with 393 charged for crimes ranging from murder, rape, mutilation, thief and destruction of US property. One should note that this Indian uprising was a direct result of the usual US government’s ignoring previous treaties. Col. Sibley while not outwardly aggressive to the Sioux Nation, but obligated to his duty as a US Army officer, performed the required duties of his rank and succeeded in ending what has become known in history as one of the bloodiest but short Indian rebellions. The gun itself is all original but has been cleaned and refinished at one time. Legends are readable but the cylinder scene is no longer visible. Overall metal is a smooth grey patina. The original one piece walnut grips are in very good condition but have been refinished and are shy to metal. Brass trigger guard retains traces of original plating Lock up is perfect, strong rifle bore with usual black powder abrasions. Very historical, presentation Colt revolver given by the terrified citizens of Mankato in appreciation for Col. Sibley’s service in returning government control and safety back to Minnesota’s inhabitants. An important reminder of a very dark chapter of American history. 5,000.00 - 7,000.00

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399 - (A) DOC MARTIAL COLT MOD 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 65580. 8” barrel in .44 percussion. Factory letter states that this Martially marked Colt Model 1860 Army was shipped to the United States War Department, Major. R.H.K. Whitley, New York Arsenal, Governor’s Island, New York September 20, 1862. This revolver comes with a considerable amount of paperwork attributing this revolver to Major Samuel M. Logan. This revolver was originally obtained by Paul A. Rossi, former director of the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. Rossi obtained this revolver in 1949 in Denver, Colorado from Mrs. Freeman, niece to Major Samuel M. Logan. Mrs. Freeman stated that Mr. Logan carried this revolver throughout his service years and for years after, wrapped in one of his shirts in a chest drawer. Paul Rossi is well-regarded and author of several books. He was also an artist and a guest on many TV programs, he is listed on the National Register of Prominent Americans and on the Marquis Who’s Who Men of Achievement. His artwork has been exhibited at the Smithsonian. He has also been a consultant to Time Life books, the Smithsonian, and others, and has worked in oil and bronze. As to Major Logan, He served in the Mexican War, the Civil War, and the Indian Wars at Sand Creek. He was a member of the regiment of 1st Colorado Volunteers during the Civil War and also saw service with the infamous Colonel John M. Chivington at the Battle of Sand Creed during the Indian Wars. This revolver was carried by him during both engagements. The Battle of Sand Creek, or more correctly, the Massacre at Sand Creek, under Colonel Chivington, the 1st Colorado Cavalry is credited with saving New Mexico from going into the Confederacy. Major Logan died in Denver in 1883. The service history and engagements of the 1st Regiment of the Colorado Volunteers, and in particular, the Sand Creek Battle are voluminous. The offered revolver is standard in all respects. Has all matching numbers except wedge not numbered, and the cylinder’s number is 27680, 90% cylinder scene, traces of case colors on frame, strong legends. Balance of metal is a soft grey patina. Perfect action. Strong rifled bore with minor black powder abrasion. Excellent grips with visible cartouche on both sides, cut for should stock. Military inspector marks on left side of barrel “M.M.”, back strap has “H”, cylinder “B.S.”. Comes with an original period holster that is extremely aged, leather checked, and with splitting seams. An interesting extra is the 4” piece of wood with an embedded .58 caliber musket ball. This piece of wood has an interesting story. An article on the Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War, 1862, by William Clarke Whitford details that Captain Logan was shot at by a Confederate Texas Captain. The shot missed Captain Logan but lodged in a tree so close to his head his face was hit with splinters. Logan seized a rifle and mortally wounded his assailant on the spot. He then had the piece of wood cut out of the tree and used it afterwards as a paperweight on his desk. The lineage of this artifact is related by Mrs. Freeman. A very interesting, historically significant revolver that has quite a storied history as related to Denver’s involvement in the Civil War and Indian Wars. Lot comes with all accompanying documentation. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

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LOT - 400

400 - (A) MASTER ENGRAVED COLT GENERATION SAA REVOLVER. Serial No. 122176. Caliber .45 long Colt, Barrel length is 7-1/2â&#x20AC;?. This revolver was manufactured in 1887. It is a blue and cased colored, six shot single action. While we cannot find the signature of an engraver, it is obvious this was done by a master of his craft. The barrel exhibits nearly full coverage deep chiseled scroll engraving with punch dot background, Helfricht style decorations on top and zigzag borders. Top strap has fish scale engraving with zigzag borders and similar scroll and punch dot. The back strap is engraved as are most of the surfaces of the cylinder. Screws are fire blued, exquisite case colors on fire and hammer, perfect legends. Frame has the early three line patent. Barrel has the gothic style lettering and the early under lined hammer fitted with a lovely pair of one piece ivory grips. Bore is near mint. Action is perfect. Simply stunning antique black powder master engraved, as new, Colt single action army. 6,000.00 - 9,000.00

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401 - (A) GEORGE S. PATTON ENGRAVED FIRST GEN. COLT SAA. Serial No. 175353. Caliber .45 long Colt, Barrel length is 4-5/8â&#x20AC;?. This revolver was manufactured by Colt in 1898. It is obvious that the previous owner desired a very special gun and spared no expense to get as close to the original George Patton Colt as possible. A master engraver was hired to replicate a near identical pattern of engraving which covers nearly the entire surface of the gun. The revolver was then silver plated and fitted with a one piece set of real ivory grips with G.S.P on right side and an eagle with shield carved on left. Bore and action are mint. Gun is in 100% as new condition. Legends are sharp as new, fit and finish flawless, two lined barrel address, first generation under lined hammer, all matching numbers and lanyard loop at butt. The original Patton gun was engraved by Qunio A. Helfricht. Pattonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gun was serial number 322088 and is pictured on page 288 in the Colt Engraving Book. The master engraving on the offered example is nearly identical if not a mirror image. About the only difference in this revolver verses the original Patton revolver is the shape of the front site and serial number. An absolutely breath taking antique master engraved Colt. 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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402 - (C) COLT .357 TARGET REVOLVER. Serial No. 4285. Barrel length is 6”. Caliber is .357 Magnum. The Colt 357 Magnum Model was manufactured from 1953 to 1961 with approximately 15,000 manufactured. This revolver was manufactured in 1954. Standard features: six shot, double action, blue finish, high ramp front sight, adjustable rear target sight, wide spur target hammer, serrated trigger, full checkered silver medallion, walnut grips. Left side of barrel is stamped “Colt 357”. There is a light drag line, some light cylinder wear, and some light mussel wear, but still retains approximately 95%-96% original factory finish. Fully checkered walnut grips are excellent and are highly desirable in their own right as they are the same type that’s found on the early Colt Pythons. As a result, many of these fine revolvers have had their grips removed and used by Python collectors on the much more valuable Python. Action is as smooth as silk with perfect lockup and a strong clean bore. 700.00 - 900.00

403 - (M) BELGIUM BROWNING HI-POWER SEMI AUTOMATIC. Serial No. 245NV53200. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length 4-1/2”. Considered one of the finest double action semi -automatic pistols ever built. Standard in all respects. Features the commercial high polish factory blue finish with checkered walnut grips. Manufactured in Belgium, assembled in Portugal. Gun remains in new condition inside and out with a hint of muzzle wear and a couple of minor storage marks. Comes with three magazines. 700.00 - 900.00

404 - (C) BOXED S&W MODEL K-38 D.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. K237816. 6” barrel in caliber .38 Special. This revolver was manufactured in 1955. Features the blued finish, six shot, double action, case colored target hammer, case colored trigger, silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips, and adjustable rear sight. Someone has added red paint to the back of the front sight. Cylinder has a drag line with high edge wear, high edge muzzle wear,\ and high edge trigger guard wear. Top of back strap has silvered out. Excellent proper era and style grips but not numbered to gun. Fine bore and action. Comes in the original gold box with proper end label. Numbered to gun on bottom. Includes paperwork and screwdriver. Trigger shoe has been added and an original plastic box with wrenches is included. 700.00 - 900.00

405 - (M) BELGIUM BROWNING HI-POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 76C03590. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length is 4-3/4”. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length is 4-3/4”. Manufactured post 1970. Standard features include checkered walnut stocks, blued finish. Gun appears in near new condition inside and out. Comes with two magazines. 700.00 - 900.00

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406 - (C) COLT COBRA .38CAL REVOLVER. Serial No. 12443LW. Caliber .38 Special, Barrel length 2”. Manufactured in 1952. Standard features: blued finish, six shot, light weight alloy frame and brown plastic Colt-wood grips. This revolver features the high gloss finish with rust blue barrel and cylinder with polished sides and matte finish on top, bottom and cylinder flutes. Mint bore and action. 99% original fact blue finish. Excellent grips with minor shrinking. This example has the full length grip straps. 700.00 - 900.00

407 - (C) NAZI MARKED POLISH RADOM SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. M0062. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 4-1/2”. The M Block of pistols were manufactured in 1943. It is a standard military in all respects. Features the blue black military finish with the black composite grips. The left grips are stamped “FB” the right grip is stamped “VIS”. The pistol has all matching numbers including barrel and frame. Left side of the frame has the Nazi Waffenamt in four places on the slide and frame. The capital WaA77 was used at Radom on early completed and accepted pistols (fig 68-2) and the eagle with swastika indicated the German firing proof passing test (fig 68-1). as displayed in the book ‘VIS Radom” by Bill York. The grips are black composite. Gun retains approximately 90% of the original war time finish with no finish on grip straps. Perfect bore and action. Very fine example of mid-war Nazi Radom. 700.00 - 900.00

408 - (C) WALTHER P38 NAZI MARKED SEMIAUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 3365. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 5”. Standard Nazi issue P.38 manufactured in 1944 with the byf code. All matching numbers. Right side of slide has Waffenamt “WaA 135”. Right side of slide has the 5 point star over Waffenamt which indicates manufacture by Mauser during the French occupation, usually found on SVW 45 & 46 pistols. Pistol retains approximate 95% of the phosphate finish. Excellent original black plastic grips. Magazine has the U code stamp. Fine bore and action. 700.00 - 900.00

409 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 8638. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol has the ac44 factory code mid/late war all matching numbers, blued finish. Standard silver grey front grip strap. Excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Left side of frame stamped with Waffenamt 359. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 359 and a swastika). 90% original factory blued finish. Light wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38 with Waffenamt 359 twice and serial number 5359e (not matching). Very fine all original standard mid/late war issue pistol. 700.00 - 900.00

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410 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI AUTO. Serial No. 8580K. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol has the cyq factory code, mid-war, all matching numbers and blued finish. Standard silver grey front grip strap. Excellent two piece brown wrap around grips. Marked on the left side of frame with Waffenamt 88. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 88 and a swastika). 90% original factory blued finish. Light wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped “jvd”. This is a very High condition cyq model. All original standard mid-war issue pistol. 700.00 - 900.00

411 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 7207. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol has the ac45 factory code, late war, with all matching numbers. Features blued finish, standard silver grey front grip strap, and excellent two piece brown wrap around grips. Marked on left side of frame with Waffenamt 359. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 359 and a swastika). 85-90% original factory blued finish. Wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38 and Waffenamt 359 Very fine all original standard late war issue pistol. 700.00 - 900.00

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412 - (C) POLISH NAZI MARKED VIS SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. Z9759. 4 - 5/8” barrel in caliber 9mm. Manufactured in 1943, has the Z - Code with all matching numbers on frame, grip safety, inside bottom of slide, and left barrel lug. Standard war-time blued finish with dark brown plastic grips with logo on both panels, right side of frame has Waffenamt stamp as does left side of frame with “77”. Left slide has the Waffenamt stamp with “77”. Pistol is in excellent and all original condition retaining approximately 90% of the original war-time finish. Magazine is stamped “Waffenamt 189”. Strong, near mint bore and perfect action. Comes in a period correct holster, with no makers stamp. 700.00 - 900.00

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413 - (M) S&W MODEL 25-2 D.A. REVOLVER (FACTORY ERROR). Serial No. N338165. .45 ACP with a 6-1/2” barrel. The Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson reports that between 1,000 to 1,500 Model 25s were incorrectly roll-marked “.45 CAL. Model 1950” on the right side of barrel. This is one of those examples. Otherwise, it is a standard Model 25 that features high partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, blued finish, case colored target hammer and trigger, three screw, with silver medallion checkered rosewood grips. Cylinder exhibits a light drag line, otherwise the revolver retains 99% original factory blue finish. Perfect bore and action. Grips are near mint with silver medallion (not numbered). Comes in the original mahogany display case with tools and paperwork. 700.00 - 900.00

414 - (C) WALTHER P.38 CYQ SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 6337X. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length 5”. Standard Nazi issue cyq code with Waffenamt on left side frame. Three Waffenamt stamps on the right side. All matching numbers. Excellent original black plastic grips. Fine bore and action. This pistol is in beautiful condition, retaining 95% of the original military factory finish. This is an interesting gun as it is inscribed on the right side of the slide “Otto Schoenherr 324 3/44 Polizei Berlin” which puts this pistol in the hands of Berlin wartime policeman. Beautiful near mint pistol. 700.00 - 1,000.00

415 - (M) CASED BOXED S&W MODEL 629 DA REVOLVER. Serial No. N870928. Caliber .44 magnum, Barrel length is 6”. This revolver is the stainless steel version of the Model 29. Manufactured in 1980-1983. It is pinned and recessed and never fired condition. Aside from a light drag line, gun is in as new, never used condition with no cylinder burn Features adjustable rear sight, red ramp front, six shot, double action, smooth wide trigger, checkered target hammer, Smith & Wesson silver medallion checkered rosewood grips in original blue box with all paperwork. Boxed gun comes in original cardboard shipping container, numbered to gun, which includes the mahogany display case with original tools. Basically new old store stock. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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416 - (M) COLT MODEL 1911 SERIES 70 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 40013B70. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1980. This standard Colt commercial 45 has been customized with the addition of a high Patridge front sight, a Bomar adjustable rear sight and an adjustable aluminum trigger, front grip strap is finely checkered, has a metal finely checkered main spring housing and a standard series 70 barrel. Pistol retains approximately 70% of the original factory finish with note to the customizations. Fine bore and action. 700.00 - 1,000.00

417 - (M) BOXED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 58 REVOLVER. Serial No. N187887. Caliber .41 magnum, Barrel length 4”. Manufactured in 1973. Model 58 known as the 41 Magnum M & P, introduced in July of 1964. Double action revolver built on the square butt N- frame, three screw, six shot, recessed cylinder, blued finish with silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Manufactured in 1973 and standard in all respects. Mint bore and action, hint of muzzle wear, light wear on top of sight and light drag line. Revolver retains 98% plus original finish with case colored wide smooth trigger and case colored wide checkered hammer. Near mint grips numbered to gun on right panel. Comes in the original matching blue two piece box. 700.00 - 1,000.00

418 - (C) POLISH RADOM NAZI MARKED SEMI- AUTOMATIC. Serial No. G6054. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length 4-1/2”. This is a standard VIS Polish Radom manufactured for the German military in 1942. Has all matching numbers with the early war time blued finish and the brown plastic grip panels embossed FB on left and VIS on right. Gun remains in excellent condition retaining 85-90% of the original war time blue finish. Grips are near mint. Bottom of magazine is stamped with a “K” and Waffenamt “189”. Left side of slide and frame are stamped Waffenamt “77”. Left side of slide is stamped Waffenamt “WaA 623”. Fine bore and action. Very nice early war Nazi Radom. 700.00 - 1,000.00

419 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 2506. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol wears the ac41 factory code, early war all matching numbers, blued finish. Standard silver grey front grip strap. Excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Left panel has the name “Pete” right panel has “Daisy”. The left side of frame, trigger, and safety stamped with Waffenamt 359. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 359 and a swastika). Right side of frame has Waffenamt 359 as well. 85% original factory blued finish that is starting to turn patina. Wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38. Waffenamt 359 on back. Comes in original holster stamped EKSE 1941 Waffenamt WaA 101. Very fine all original standard early war-issue pistol. Extra magazine stamped Waffenamt 369 with blue finish. 700.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 419

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420 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL Serial No. 828. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol stamped with the cyq factory code. Mid-war with all matching numbers. Features blued finish, standard silver-grey front grip strap, excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Stamped on left side of frame with Waffenamt 88. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 88 and one swastika). 90% original factory blued finish. Light wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped Waffenamt 38. Comes in original pig skin holster stamped cxb4. Very fine all original standard mid war issue pistol. Also comes with an extra blued magazine stamped Waffenamt 38. Inside holster has pencil writing with other notation such as 101st Airborne Division. Obviously a capture piece, or, at least , the holster was. 700.00 - 1,000.00

421 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 1172h. 4.93” barrel in 9mm. Pistol stamped with the ac43 factory code. Mid-war with all matching numbers. Blued finish, standard silver-grey front grip strap, excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Stamped on left side of frame with Waffenamt 359. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 359 and a swastika). 85% original factory blued finish. Wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38. Waffenamt 359 on back. Comes in original holster stamped bml/43 Waffenamt WaA 23. Very fine all original standard mid-war issue pistol. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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422 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED PISTOL Serial No. 8597I. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol marked with the ac41 factory code, early-war, and all matching numbers. Features blued finish, standard silver grey front grip strap, and excellent two piece brown wrap around grips. Stamped on eft side of frame with Waffenamt 359 as does left side of trigger. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 359 and a swastika). Waffenamt 359 right side of frame. 80% original factory blued finish. Wear on high edges and sight band with some spotting on left side of slide. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38. Waffenamt 359 on back. Comes in original holster stamped bdr41 with Waffenamt WaA99. Very fine all original standard early-war issue pistol. 700.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 422

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423 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 1708N. 4.93” barrel in 9mm caliber. Pistol has the ac43 factory code, mid-war, with all matching numbers. Blued finish, standard silver grey front grip strap, and excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Marked on the left side of frame with Waffenamt 359. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 359 and a swastika). 90% original factory blued finish. Wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped “P.38”. Comes in original holster stamped “jwa” and Waffenamt “WaA 300”. Very fine, all original standard mid-war issue pistol. 700.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 423

424 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 24-3 D.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. ALA2273. 3” barrel in .44 Special caliber. Manufactured 1983 to 1989. Features the 3” barrel, six shot, double action, blued finish, round butt, case colored hammer and trigger, red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, and Smith & Wesson logo real stag grips. Revolver has light drag line but shows as new inside and out. Comes in a matching box that confirms everything but the stag grips. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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425 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1911 .22 ACE PISTOL. Serial No. 7366. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length is 5”. This semi -automatic pistol was manufactured in 1937 and is a full size version of the Colt Model 1911-A1, chambered for the .22 cartridge. Standard features include blue finish with adjustable rear sight. This pistol has been customized with the following features: king barrel bushing, barrel is jeweled within the ejection port, micro rear adjustable rear sight, jeweled smooth long pull trigger, stippled front strap, original checkered arched main spring housing, checkered slide stop, checkered safety and the jeweled checkered short wide spur hammer. Later era Colt gold medallion, checkered walnut grips. Magazine stamped “Colt Cal. 22 L.R”. Gun retains 98% of the expertly re-applied blued finish. As new mint bore and perfect action. Nice custom pre-war Ace. 700.00 - 1,100.00 LOT - 425

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426 - (C) PRE WAR COLT SHOOTING MASTER TARGET REVOLVER Serial No. 334748. Caliber .38 special, Barrel length 6”. These revolvers were some of the finest target guns produced at Colt. Approximately 3500 were manufactured between 1935-1941. They are numbered in the New Service range. This revolver was manufactured in 1932, first year of production. Standard factory features: adjustable high cartridge front sight (red paint added), adjustable rear sight, wide spur target hammer (custom), checkered trigger, checkered back strap, blued finish, six shot. The barrel retains approximately 95% original factory blue with wear at muzzle. Frame retains approximately 85% original factory blue. All high edges show wear. Trigger guard retains 30% blue, balance is gunmetal grey. The cylinder is thinning and has a wear line at face and a drag line. The checkered walnut grips are a custom target type with left thumb rest and are of either Roper or Sanderson design. In very good condition with edge wear. Gun has been custom tuned and converted to single action only. 700.00 - 1,200.00 427 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 59080. 4-3/4” barrel in caliber 8mm. This pistol was manufactured at the Toriimatsu Factory of Nagoya Arsenal. Second series has the standard war-time blue finish. Manufactured from 1944 - 1945 from the Shoa Period. Hot salt blued. Has the coarse round cocking knob and the blued magazine with pot metal base, nine groove, that is serial numbered to gun. Has mahogany grip panels numbered to gun. Grips have 24 line serrations and the large trigger guard. Pistol remains in nearly as issued condition and retains all the late war -time finish with light drag line from take down lever. Has the Showa 1910 year code. Sports a fine bore and action. Pistol comes in original canvas colored hard clam shell with no tools or accessories. Beautiful late war Nambu. 700.00 - 1,200.00

428 - (C) MAUSER MODEL C96 BOLO - BROOMHANDLE PISTOL Serial No. 598922. Caliber 7.63 mm Mauser, Barrel length 3.9”. Offered is a late post war Bolo. All matching numbers. Mauser banner on left panel. Metal is a soft grey brown patina with flashes of original blue in recesses. Very good original grips, serrations are starting to wear smooth, original lanyard ring. Shallow rifling, fine action. Comes in a reproduction wooden shoulder holster/stock with leather frog. 700.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 428

429 - (M) CASED S&W TEXAS RANGER COMM. MODEL 19-3. Serial No. TR7995. Barrel length is 4”, caliber is .357 magnum. This case set was produced in 1973 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the state of Texas Rangers. The revolver features factory high polish blue finish, adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight, smooth trigger, target hammer, both case colored with smooth walnut grips and the special gold medallion, right side of barrel stamped “Texas Rangers S&W .357 Magnum.” Right side of frame has the seal of Texas and is dated 1823-1973. Comes in the original mahogany case with matching bowie knife. Other than a light drag line the gun is in new condition inside and out. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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430 - (C) S&W .22-32 HAND EJECTOR TARGET REVOLVER. Serial No. 364395. Caliber .22 LR with a 6” barrel. This is a double action revolver built on the I frame. Features five screw, six shot, double action, fluted cylinder with high patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, case colored hammer and trigger, round butt and diamond checkered double screw extension square butt Bekeart type grips (not numbered). Cylinder numbered to gun, as is bottom of barrel. Pre-war, manufactured prior to 1923. Serial number is located on front grip strap. This revolver retains 98%-99% original factory blue with light cylinder line and a couple of minor storage marks. Bore and action are fine. Grips are near mint. 700.00 - 1,200.00

431 - (C) S&W .32 HAND EJECTOR TARGET MODEL 1903. Serial No. 517777. 6” barrel in .32 Smith & Wesson long caliber. Offered is a Third Model featuring six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, blued finish, case colored trigger and hammer, round butt, with high partridge front sight, adjustable target rear sight, and silver medallion diamond checkered grips (not numbered). Target Model was built on the I frame and is a pre-war manufactured near end of production circa 1939 to 1942. Has the pre-war hammer with registration stamp. Cylinder and barrel flat are numbered to gun. This revolver retains approximately 85%-90% original factory blue with wear at muzzle, high edges of frame, some finish loss to trigger guard, high edge cylinder wear, spotted wear on back strap, and a drag line. Grips are excellent. Fine action and bore. Target Model is rather scarce in the 1903 series. 700.00 - 1,200.00

432 - (C) USMC COLT WOODSMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 131397-S. Barrel length is 4-1/2”, caliber is .22 long rifle. This pistol was manufactured in 1953 and was purchased by the United States Marine Corp and stamped on right side of frame “USMC property.” Standard features; blued finish, adjustable rear sight, Colt black composite grips and a Colt stamped magazine. This pistol has seen much use. Grip straps have turned gun metal grey. There is finish wear to right side of slide, muzzle wear, sides of barrel are thinning. All legends perfect, a fine bore and action. Overall metal finish is approximately 70%-75%. Any Marine Core stamped weapon is extremely rare and hard to find and most of these, when they surface, show wear. 700.00 - 1,200.00

433 - (C) CAPTURED JAPANESE NAMBU PISTOL. Serial No. 54632. 8 mm caliber, barrel length 4.7”. This pistol is a typical, large trigger guard Type 14 Nambu with military finish, serrated wood grips, and aluminum bottom magazine in excellent, all original condition with matching numbers and magazine. Fine bore and action. Grips are in excellent condition. Retains 95% of the original wartime finish. It is housed in an original holster. 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 433

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434 - (C) BOXED S&W MODEL K-38 MASTERPIECE REVOLVER. Serial No. K139098. 6” barrel in caliber .38 Special. This revolver was manufactured in 1952. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, serrated case colored trigger, case colored hammer, adjustable rear sight, high patridge front sight, and Smith & Wesson silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. Grips are in near mint condition, right grip panel is numbered to gun. This revolver has a light drag line, which is about the only visible wear. Shows in as new condition both inside and out. Includes the original gold box numbered to gun with the original price of $71.50. 800.00 - 1,200.00

435 - (C) COLT PRE SERIES70 MODEL 1911 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 250806-C. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel length 5” Manufactured in 1951. This standard pre -series 70 Colt commercial Model 1911 A-1 retains approximately 90% of its original high polish factory blue with a 1/4” wear on left front of muzzle and other minor high edge wear. Fine bore and action. Still has the original plastic “Colt-wood” grips. 1,000.00 - 1,400.00

436 - (C) CUSTOM COLT MODEL 1911 .38 SUPER TARGET PISTOL Serial No. 40875. Caliber .38, Barrel length 4-3/4”. This Colt Model 1911 38 Super was built in 1947. Slide features the new matte finish top and polished sides, 97% of the original finish with a high Patridge side and Bomar adjustable rear target sight. Front grip strap has been stippled and the frame has a full high polish blue finish. Has checkered walnut stocks and a serrated arched main spring housing, light weight adjustable aluminum trigger. Has a Match after- market barrel bushing stamped “S”. Serrated slide stop, checkered safety, checkered hammer, fitted with custom thumb rest checkered walnut and the right grip is standard pre- war commercial. Entire gun retains 95% of the blue finish. Fine bore and action. Custom tuned. Should make a great 38 Super target gun. 800.00 - 1,200.00

437 - (C) COLT 1911 A-1 CUSTOM TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. C152341. Caliber .45 A.C.P., Barrel length 5 “. Manufactured in 1928. This pistol was produced in 1928 as a standard commercial Colt Model 1911 A-1 .45. It was customized with the addition of a micro adjustable rear sight and a high profile Patridge front sight. Slide retains approximately 80% of the original pre -war factory blue finish. The barrel is stamped “National Match Colt’s No. 7790429” and has a National Match barrel bushing No. 7267718, pre-war checkered commercial slide stop, pre-war checkered safety, pre-war short wide spur checkered hammer and finely checkered arched main spring housing. Front grip strap is devoid of finish otherwise frame retains approximately 80% of the original finish. The custom checkered walnut grips have the thumb swells on both sides. The workmanship is not signed but is of the highest quality. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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438 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 90858. Caliber 8 mm Nambu, Barrel length 4-3/4”. Manufactured at the Toriimatsu factory of Nagoya Arsenal, Jan 1942-Nov 1943. Has the twenty four serration mahogany grips. Frame markings signify “14 year type” The magazine is blued with pot metal base and nine grooves in finger grip. Numbered “586” (not matching gun). Pistol is in excellent all original matching factory condition. Has the large trigger guard. Retains approximately 85-90% of the salt blued military finish. Grips are excellent, bore is excellent, action is fine. 800.00 - 1,200.00

439 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 20215. Caliber 8 mm Nambu, Barrel length 4-3/4”. Manufactured at the Toriimatsu factory of Nagoya arsenal, March 1944-Aug 1945. Has the twenty four serration mahogany grips. Frame markings signify “14 year type” The magazine is blued with pot metal base and nine grooves in finger grip. Numbered “215” (matches gun). Pistol is in excellent all original matching factory condition. Has the large trigger guard. Retains approximately 85-90% of the salt blued military finish. Grips are near mint, bore is excellent, action is fine. 800.00 - 1,200.00

440 - (C) WALTHER NAZI MARKED P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 7869D. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol has the byf 44 code on the left side of frame, all matching numbers. Left side of frame has Waffenamt “WAA135”, right side three Waffenamt, two are “WAA135” and one is a Swastika. Has the black composite grips. Fine bore and action, pistol retains 95% of its original war-time factory blued finish. Comes with a black holster dated 1944 and two magazines. One magazine is stamped “P.38 U” with Waffenamt “WAA135”, the other is stamped is Waffenamt “359”. 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 440

441 - (C) WALTHER P38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 8170. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length 5”. Standard byf 44 Nazi issue, mid -war Walther with matching numbers. Left side of frame has “Waffenamt WaA135” Right side of slide has three Waffenamt stamps. Light muzzle wear otherwise pistol retains 90% of the original factory military finish. Excellent original black plastic grips. Fire bore and action. Comes with two magazines, one with Waffenamt “WaA135” Included is a black period pigskin holster, stamped “P.38” and “1934 with Waffenamt “WaA23” on back. Fine all original Walther package. 500.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 441

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442 - (C) WALTHER P.38 SEMI- AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 6041D. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol bears the byf43 factory code, mid-war, with all matching numbers. Features blued finish, standard silver grey front grip strap, and excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Left side of frame has Waffenamt 135 Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two 135 and a swastika). 85% original factory blued finish. Wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38. Waffenamt 359 on back. The magazine is serial number 1318 (not matching). Comes in original holster stamped gxy1942 with Waffenamt WaA706. Very fine all original standard mid-war issue pistol. 800.00 - 1,200.00

443 - (C) COLT FRONTIER 6 SHOOTER S.A.A. REVOLVER Serial No. 195034. Caliber .44-40 W.C.F., Barrel length 4-3/4”. Standard Colt single action manufactured in 1900. Left sided barrel is stamped Colt Frontier Six Shooter. Has the proper 2-line barrel address, all proper first generation parts except the grips have been replaced. All metal surfaces are a dark brown gray patina. Ejector rod head is missing. Strong frame legends. Has all 4 proper Colt clicks, locks up fine, bore is strong and clean with some light salt pepper finish on frame and cylinder. 800.00 - 1,200.00 444 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Serial No. 288175. Caliber .45 ACP, Manufactured. 1918. Barrel length 5”. Pistol has the left side John Gilbert inspection stamp, left side of frame stamped “United State Property”. Left side of slide has the patent dates with Colt pony in center. Right side of slide stamped “Model of 1911 US Army”. Barrel has the perpendicular “HP” (visible). Fine pair of diamond checkered walnut grips, all proper WWI parts to include: rounded small U notch rear sight, small rounded front sight, long checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, flat main spring housing with loop. Long smooth trigger, some major pitting on the bottom of frame and trigger guard and the entire pistol was finished in military blue black. Fine bore and action in an original U.S. shoulder holster. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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445 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 CUSTOM TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 121842. Caliber .45 ACP Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1915. This pistol started life in 1915 as a standard Colt 1911 US property pistol. Left side of frame is stamped “United States Property” and also has the Augusta Arsenal (A.A.) rebuild stamp. Frame sports military WWII type dark phosphate finish. The slide is a standard WWI slide with the pony in the center. The slide was re-blued and retains most of the re-applied finish. This pistol retains the original checkered wide spur hammer as well as jthe checkered slide stop, safety and magazine release. A high profile wind drift rear sight has been added, along with a high profile back cut and serrated front sight. Has a checkered arched A-1 main spring housing and a jeweled custom short pull adjustable trigger. Sports a pair of custom checkered thumb rest right handed target walnut stocks. Front of the grip strap has been finely checkered. Barrel is a Colt national match No. 7790429. Has a national match barrel bushing No. 7267718. Fine bore and action. This fine pistol was built to shoot. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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446 - (C) COLT 1ST GEN. SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 333681. This revolver was manufactured in 1916. It is a 6 shot single action with blued and case color finish and colt black composite grips,. This gun has been restored to near new condition, has all 4 colt clicks, and locks up tight as a drum. Has a mint bore. Has the high profile front sight. Cylinder has a drag line. Sharp legends. Handsome restored first gen. It has seen little use since restoration. 800.00 - 1,200.00

447 - (C) CUSTOM COLT MODEL 1911 A-1 38 SUPER PISTOL. Serial No. 105889. Chambered for the .38 Super Cartridge. Barrel length 5” Manufactured 1952. This pistol started life as a standard commercial early post war 38 Super in 1952, with standard blue finish. A Bomar adjustable rear sight has been added along with a Patridge high front sight. Other custom features include: a stippled front grip strap, adjustable serrated trigger. This post war super featured the polished blue sides with the matte finish top and base. Approximately 90% of the original finish remains. Has fully checkered walnut prewar style right grip panel, left grip panel has a black composite combination thumb rest and there is a rail scope mount. Scope is a Gil Hebbard with Weaver mounts, fully adjustable, standard cross hair with dot center and perfect optics. Fine bore and action. 800.00 - 1,200.00

448 - (C) SCARCE MODEL 1913/16 CAMPO-GIRO SA PISTOL. Serial No. 11139. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length is 6-1/2”. Work began on this scarce pistol in 1900 and was tested in 1904. This is a type 1910 with the checkered wood grips. Other features include blued finish, semi -automatic, magazine fed. This nearly identical pistol can be found on page 536-Figure 13-2 in the book “Hand Guns Of The World.” This model went into production in 1913. According to the book this example was manufactured in 1919, the last year of production. From 1913 to 1915 only 960 revolvers were manufactured. In all a total of 14,138 were manufactured. This pistol was replaced by the Astro Model 400/1921. The cartridge for the 9 mm largo. All but 1,000 of these pistols were sold to the Spanish army. Rarely seen today in any condition. This example still retains approximately 85% of its original dull military finish. Was manufactured in Guernica, Spain. Top of slide is stamped “Campo-Giro Pat. 34798-54214 1904-1913” “Star in Wreath” Esperanza Y Unceta Guernica. Left side of frame is stamped “Pista aut. a mod. 1913-16”. Comes with one original magazine. Walnut grips are very good. Strong rifling. 800.00 - 1,200.00

449 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 1455C. 4.93” barrel in 9mm. Pistol bears the byf44 factory code with mid/late war all matching numbers. The barrel is blued but the balance of gun has the greenish drab phosphate finish rarely seen on mid to late war pistols. Standard silver grey front grip strap. Excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Stamped left side of frame with Waffenamt WaA135. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt (two WaA135 and a swastika). 85-90% original factory finish. Light wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38 and Waffenamt 135. Comes in original pig skin holster. Has an extra magazine blued. Very fine all original standard mid/later-war issue pistol in scarce phosphate finish. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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450 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU PISTOL. Serial No. 12613. 4-3/4” barrel in 8mm caliber. Manufactured at the Nagoya Arsenal. Series 2. Manufactured November of 1943 to February of 1944. Has the blade dovetail to base front sight and the dovetail shaped notch milled into frame rear sight. Has the blued, pot metal base magazine stamped “613” (matching). Matching number on frame, slide, and trigger. Mahogany grips with 24 serrations, both grips are numbered to gun inside. Has the large trigger guard and the Showa 19.1 date on right side. Polished bolt and early type knurled cocking knob. Pistol remains in excellent to all original condition, retaining 95% original factory blue. Grips are excellent. Comes in original canvas covered clam shell holster with shoulder strap. 800.00 - 1,200.00

451 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 968B. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol has the ac45 code on left side. All matching serial numbers, blued finish, right side of slide has three Waffenamt stamps with “359”, and left side of frame has the same Waffenamt stamp. Black composite original grips. Magazine is stamped “P.38” and on the back of it is stamped “jvd” with two Waffenamt stamps. Pistol retains approximately 90% of its original war-time blue. Silver on top strap. Has a fine bore and action. Comes in original holster, stamped “P.38” with Waffenamt stamp. Also comes with an extra magazine, stamped “P.38” with Waffenamt on back. Fine, all original pistol. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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452 - (C) CODE 42 DATED GERMAN LUGER S.A. PISTOL. Serial No. 3567. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol has the dated chamber 1940. These pistols were manufactured from 1939-1940 only. Part of the German military contract. All matching numbers including grip panels, magazine is not numbered and is stamped F.X.O. with Waffenamt and black plastic bottom. Pistol remains in superb all original condition. Grip straps have turned a smooth blue brown patina and there is the usual high edge wear on side plate and right rail with light muzzle wear. Trigger guard is turning blue brown patina with edge wear. Pistol retains 90% of the original factory blue finish. Grips are excellent, fine bore and action. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

453 - (C) MAUSER BROOMHANDLE RED 9 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 57635. 5-1/2” barrel in 9mm caliber. Offered is an extremely fine condition all original Broomhandle Mauser that has the date 1920 stamped on left side of slide. This was in compliance to the Versailles Treaty. Most of these 1920 dated guns were reworked and the barrels shortened. This pistol remains in its original as-manufactured configuration. Has all matching numbers. This was issued to a police unit after the First World War, stamped in front of the magazine “I. 57”. Has the Mauser factory stamp on top barrel flat as well as the Oberndorf stamped on right side of frame. Near mint pair of serrated walnut stocks with a red ‘9’ and lanyard ring. German proofs on barrel, straw fire blue color on extractor, barrel has some thinning on left and right sides with some overall minor high edge wear. Still retains 85%-90% of the original blue finish throughout. An extremely fine example of a 1920 police issue Broomhandle in 9mm caliber. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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454 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. S67811. S67811 4” barrel in .22 caliber. Colt introduced the double-action Diamondback as a deluxe model. It has a wide serrated target hammer, ventilated rib, fully adjustable target quality sights, and full-length barrel under lug. It is a six shot revolver with a swing-out cylinder and was available in blue or nickel finishes. Visually, the Diamondback resembles a scaled-down version of the Python. Because of the light recoil of .22 caliber ammunition, the .22 version of the Diamondback can be used as a training gun for novice shooters. It has also gained popularity with gun enthusiasts due to the inexpensive price of .22 caliber ammunition. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 455 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 - A1 US ARMY PISTOL. Serial No. 1154332. 5” barrel in caliber .45 ACP. Offered is a lovely, all original Colt World War II Standard pistol. Manufactured in 1943. Left slide has patent date with pony in center, has two tone appearance at 2” of muzzle caused by the hardening process, razor sharp legends and edges, proof “P” stamped on top of slide, retains 98% of the original war time phosphate finish, has standard World War II production rear sight with flat machined top - rounded corners and square notch. Left side of frame has GHD inspectors stamp (Guy Drewry June 1942 - July 1945) Stamped with the proof “P” under the magazine release. Has the verified proof on left trigger bow, right side of frame has an ordnance wheel, and is stamped “United States Property M1911A1 U.S. Army”. Frame also retains approximately 98% of original military phosphate finish with light takedown line. Has the proper short checkered trigger, checkered arch main spring housing with lanyard, short checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, has a proper blued barrel stamped “P” on left lug and “H.S.” (High Standard) on right lug. Has near mint bore, proper styled blue magazine, proper Keyes style brown plastic grips with outer reinforcing ring and reinforcing bars inside stamped “1” and “8”. This fine mid-war pistol comes with the complete web/ holster outfit. Holster is Sears 1942 with a canvas web belt, a canvas first aid kit and pouch and a 1918 canvas magazine pouch with two extra magazines. Wonderful high condition World War II ensemble. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 456 - (C) GERMAN LUGER G DATE 1935 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Serial No. 7154C. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. In an attempt to conceal production numbers of Lugers being manufactured in Germany in non -compliance with the Treaty of Versaille, the Germans manufactured coded pistols. They did not designate year of production. This pistol is referred to as a G date manufactured only in 1935. Has the S42 factory code, has all matching numbers, excellent straw colors on small parts. Has matching magazine, grips are not numbered. Barrel retains approximately 40% blue on right side and 10% on the left. There is blue wear to all the high edges of rail, side plate, rear grip strap is worn grey as is front. Balance of frame retains approximately 80% blue, fine bore and action. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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457 - (C) BOXED COLT MOD 1908 HAMMERLESS PISTOL (NICKEL) Serial No. 96821. .380 ACP with a 3-1/2” barrel. This fantastic pistol was manufactured in 1929. It is a standard model in all respects, retains virtually all the nickel finish, and sports the factory checkered walnut grips with silver medallion. This pistol shows virtually no use. All legends are as sharp as new. Excellent grips. Perfect action. Strong near mint bore. It has been restored and looks to be a factory job as it is perfect and is almost impossible to detect. Pistol comes in the original maroon Colt box numbered to the gun with complete end label. Box is in excellent condition with all aprons intact. Includes a vintage box of ammunition. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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458 - (C) FINE COLT MODEL 1911-A1 COMMERCIAL (1926). Serial No. C145559. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Offered is a very early second year production (1926) Colt Model 1911-A1 Commercial pistol. Colt made the changes from the original 1911 to the A1 in 1925. The most notable change being the checkered arched mainspring housing. This early Commercial 1911-A1 remains in excellent condition. It has all proper pre-war Commercial parts to include: fully checkered short trigger, checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, Commercial blued barrel with “S” stamped on bottom. Left side of slide has the Colt’s patent dates ending August 19, 1913. Right side of slide is stamped “Colt Automatic Caliber .45” with pony. Has full checkered walnut grips. The frame retains approximately 90% original high polish factory Commercial blue with light wear on front grip strap. Grip safety and arched mainspring housing are basically grey patina. 3/4” of wear at takedown area left side frame. Slide still retains 90-95% original high polish blue with light high edge and muzzle wear. Bore is near mint. Action is perfect. Extremely fine condition very early 1911-A1 Commercial. Factory letter: shipped February 9, 1926; standard blue government model, shipped to Stambaugh-Thompson Co. Youngstown, Ohio. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

459 - (C) WEBLEY & SCOTT MODEL 1914 SEMI-AUTOMATIC. Serial No. 5272. This weapon was adopted by the Royal Navy in May of 1913. It is referred to as the Model 1912 Mark 1. Features a grip safety that was incorporated in 1909. This example was used by the Royal Marines and is stamped RM on the from grip strap. Other features include lanyard swivel and ring. It is a semi- automatic single action magazine fed with blue finish and checkered black composite grips. Pistol saw extensive service during WWI and is extremely scarce due to low production and hard service. This pistol is all original as manufactured with all proper British proof marks. It retains approx. 75% - 80% original high polish finish. Grips are excellent. Action fine, strong bore. This is an excellent example of a very desirable Webley semi -automatic pistol. 1,500.00 - 3,500.00

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460 - (C) PRE - WAR COLT ACE 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. 6919. 5” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This pistol was manufactured in 1936. Colt introduced the full size Ace M1911 A1 in 1931 and approximately 11,000 were manufactured. It is basically a full size Colt M1911 A1 Commercial with the exception that is chambered for the .22 LR cartridge and featured an adjustable rear sight and a higher front sight. Standard features include blued finish and checkered walnut grips. Has a long wide spur hammer, checkered slide and slide stop, short checkered trigger, checkered main spring housing with no lanyard. Colt Ace 22 stamped two tone magazine. Gun remains in excellent condition, retains approximately 90% high polish factory blue finish, thinning on grip straps, muzzle and high edges. Has a fine bore and action and excellent checkered pre-war walnut grips. Extremely fine example of a very desirable pistol. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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461 - (C) RARE COLT US MODEL 1911-A1 PISTOL (1941). Serial No. 728064. Cal .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. This pistol a near mint as restored Colt Model 1911-A1, manufactured for the US Army in 1941. Every part is correct for this model and it has been restored to new, as issued, condition. Quality of the workmanship is every bit as good as when Colt originally manufactured this pistol. All legends and edges are as sharp as new. Features: p the “R. S.” in box on left side (Robert Sears 1937-1941), also stamped “R.S.” in a box inside frame. Has the proper type 2 checkered trigger, proper type 5 checkered short spur hammer, slide number is matching under plate, proper type 3 checkered safety lock, proper type 2 main spring housing, blued first variation, proper type 3 magazine catch, proper type 2 checkered slide stop, proper type 2 rear sight, featuring the U notch, flat machine top and rounded corners, proper type 4 magazine, left side has the proof “P” as does top of slide and right side of frame is stamped “United States Property M1911A1 U.S. Army” Right side of trigger guard stamped “60”, left side of trigger guard has “VP triangle with T” left side of slide has the proper patent stamp with Colt pony in center, right side is blank (proper), correct barrel stamped “Colt 45 Auto” with “P” on left lug, “G” stamped on inside of slide. Bore is mint, action is as new. Mint checkered pre -war style walnut grips with lanyard ring housing. This rare pistol looks just as it would when it left the Colt factory in 1941 just prior to our involvement in WWII. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

462 - (C) RARE COLT COBRA .38 NP REVOLVER. Serial No. 11334LW. Caliber .38 New Police, Barrel length 2”. This revolver was manufactured in 1952. It is similar to the Colt Detective but was manufactured using the light weight alloy frame with the blued steel cylinder and barrel. Standard features: blued finish, six shot, double action, fixed sights, exposed ejector rod, round but, colt brown plastic grips. While the Cobra was cataloged for the .38 NP cartridge. It is extremely rare and we can find no recent sales of this gun in this chambering. The Cobra was the first of the snake series and was introduced in 1950. It features the matte finish on the top straps, grip straps, trigger guard, and cylinder flutes. This alloy frame, cylinder and barrel are in a standard high polish finish. Revolver has a fine bore and action, very good grips, slightly shy to metal. The flat finish is thinned on serrated top strap. One of the rarest of all the snake series guns in this chambering. According to the factory letter this 2” Cobra chambered for the .38 new police was shipped on June 7, 1952 to Edward K. Tryon Company, Philadelphia. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

463 - (C) RARE COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL .38 NP REVOLVER. Serial No. 585958. Offered is one of the extreme rarities in the Colt Detective lineup. Even though the .38 NP chambering was offered we can find no recent record of any sales for this gun. This revolver was manufactured in 1951. Standard features include: 2” barrel, blued finish, 6 shot, double action, fixed sights, exposed ejector rod, round butt, Colt brown plastic grips. Left side of barrel is stamped “Detective Spec .38 Colt N.P. CTG.” This revolver contains approximately 98% of the original factory finish with the post war flat finish top strap grip straps and trigger guard. The cylinder flutes are also finished in the matte finish. Revolver has a fine bore and action. Extremely rare and desirable Colt Detective. According to the Colt factory letter this revolver was shipped as a .38 New Police with 2” barrel, blued finish to J.L. Galef & Son, New York, New York April 24, 1951. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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464 - (C) FINE UNION SWITCH & SIGNAL US 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. 1065143. Caliber is .45 ACP. Barrel length is 5”. Union Switch and Signal manufactured the Model 1911 A1 only in 1943 and delivered only 55,000 pistols by November 27 making it one of the scarcest of all WWII pistols. The left side of the frame has the inspector stamp R.C.D. for Robert C Downie. It has a proof P below magazine release button. Right side of frame has the standard United States property/Model stamping. Left side of slide. Has the U.S. and S. Swissvale, PA USA stamp with logo on left side. Top of barrel has upside down P offset forward and left of rear sight. The left side of the U in USS logo is light. Remainder of legend is sharp. Frame legends are sharp except inspector within circle is light. Barrel is stamped HS (High Standard) and is blued, has a mint bore, has the checkered main spring housing, proper checkered hammer sans spurs, checkered short trigger, checkered slide stop and safety. Slide is not numbered under firing pin retainer. Grips are the Keyes,star stamped, back reinforced, brown plastic with the outer reinforcing ring. Retains 98% of its military parkerized finish. Slide still has the 1-3/4” two tone temper line at forward portion. Even the front grip strap retains all of its finish. Has blued Colt magazine. Extremely fine and scarce Union switch and signal Model 1911. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

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465 - (N) FULLY AUTOMATIC MINI UZI MACHINE PISTOL. Serial No. MU03473. Chambered for the 9mm Parabellum cartridge. Manufactured by IMI of Israel and imported by Action Arms of Philadelphia. This Class III weapon is a pre-1986 dealer sample and is transferable to persons with an appropriate license. All NFA requirements apply for transfer. Only dealers with the FFL Special Occupational Tax (SOT) Class III license may bid. Gun features a 7-3/4” barrel, metal folding rear stock, black military finish, hard plastic forend and grip, select fire mechanism on left side, grip safety. The Uzi was introduced in 1950 as a prototype. Manufacture began in 1954. It is an open bolt blowback design, magazine fed through the base of the pistol grip. The mini Uzi was actually introduced to the U.S. in 1987. This gun is fully operational. Shows usual high edge wear (gun has seen some use). Has a paracord wrapped skeletal metal stock. Action Arms No. A00004 stamped under bottom of receiver. The barrel is vented and has adjustable front and rear sights. Comes with two magazines. This gun is arguably one of the most famous fully automatic machine pistols ever manufactured and was featured prominently in Israel’s six day war and has since become a mainstay for militias and insurgents around the world. It has entrenched itself into the American lexicon with its appearance in hundreds of Hollywood action blockbusters. Its mystique is without equal. Comes with carring case. 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

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466 - (M) BOXED COLT NICKEL PYTHON TARGET. Serial No. KD7896. Caliber is .38 special, barrel length is 8”. Manufactured in 1980. Offered is an extremely scarce, full factory nickel, Colt Python Target .38 special. Features; full vent rib, full lug, target rear sight, wide target hammer, serrated trigger, six shot, double action, Colt gold medallion checkered walnut grips with straight cut. Gun shows no signs of having been fired except for factory test. 100% factory original nickel finish, mint grips, bore and action. Comes in the original box with hang tag and instructions. Cylinder does have light drag line. Original box is very good with wear, matching end label. This is one of the rare production Pythons. Only 251 Python targets were manufactured in nickel finish. An identical gun can be found on page 74 in the “Seven Serpents” book. 4,500.00 - 5,500.00

467 - (C) NAVAL SHIPPED COLT MODEL 1911-A1 PISTOL (1939) Serial No. 714651. Cal .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. According to Colt factory records, this is one of the vary rare, pre- war, US government shipped pistols that was sent to the Navy shipyards on Dec 2, 1939 in Sewalls Point, Virginia in the last Naval contract. This pistol has been restored to as new condition, the quality of which equals that of an original Colt. All factory legends are sharp and all proper parts and inspector marks. Left side of frame is stamped with proof “P” and small “H”. Left trigger guard stamped with verified proof triangle and “P”. Inside of frame is stamped “R” in and oval and two “G”. Right side of frame is stamped “United States Property M1911A1 U.S. Army” “99” stamped on right side of trigger guard. Matching number on frame and slide. Left side of slide is stamped with Colt patent date and Colt pony in center. Right side of slide is blank (proper). Proof “P” on top of slide, proper type 3 checkered safety lock, proper type 2 main spring housing, proper type 3 magazine catch, proper type 2 checkered slide stop, proper type 2 rear sight with flat machine top, rounded cornered and U notch, proper type 4 magazine, proper barrel stamped “Colt 45 Auto” with “P” on left lug, proper type 2 checkered trigger, proper type 5 short spur checkered hammer, letter “C” stamped inside the bottom of slide. Pair of pre -war style checkered walnut grips in mint condition. This pistol appears just as it did when it left the Colt factory destined for the US Navy in 1939. Extremely rare and highly desirable Navy shipped Colt, Nearly indistinguishable in fit and finish to an original. 5,000.00 - 6,000.00

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468 - (C) RARE MODEL 1902 AM. EAGLE (FAT BARREL) LUGER. Serial No. 22095. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length is 4”. Manufactured by D.W.M. for commercial sales in the U.S. This was the first variation produced with a 4” barrel and chambered for the 9 mm cartridge. The magazine is as scarce as the gun. It has an aluminum body, wood base and is stamped in script Cal. 9 mm, no serial or other markings. Has the American Eagle crest on chamber, toggle is stamped “D.W.M.” Front of frame is stamped “Germany”. All matching parts are stamped “95”. Has the scalloped toggle knobs. No safe/fire stamping. Commercial blue with brilliant straw colors on take down, trigger, safety, and extractor. There is a hint of muzzle wear and some thinning on forward area of trigger guard, but overall retains approximately 95% original factory blue. Fine bore and action. Total production of this model is estimated at 600-700. Number 95 is stamped into both the grip panels, has the grip safety, also has the old short style frame. This is an exceedingly rare and desirable commercial American Eagle Luger that appears to have seen little to no actual use. It’s in extremely high condition and one of the most desirable of all commercial Lugers made for export for the commercial trade. 9,000.00 - 12,000.00

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469 - (C) RARE BOXED COLT PRE-WAR FITZ DET. REVOLVER. Serial No. 412557. Caliber .38 special, Barrel length is 2”. Arguably one of the rarest Colt revolvers of the 20th century are the specially modified so called “Fitz” specials. “Fitz Special”, or “Fitz Colt” is a snubnosed revolver modified for concealed carry. The concept was pioneered by John Henry Fitzgerald (also known as J.H. Fitzgerald, J. Henry Fitzgerald, and “Fitz”), an employee of Colt Firearms from 1918 to 1944. Fitzgerald was a well known and respected competition pistol shooter of the 1920’s and 30’s and a theorist and innovator of combat pistol shooting tactics. He wrote a book entitled,Shooting in 1930, on the topics of pistol shooting techniques and tactics. The Colt Factory letter on this revolver verifies the following; Serial number 412557 Caliber; .38/C Barrel length; 2” Finish; Blue Stocks; Not listed (silver medallion checkered walnut) Special Features; cutaway configuration Shipped to: Em Roe Sporting Goods Company, Indianapolis Date of shipment; March 12, 1934 Guns in shipment; one In addition to being a rare factory verified Fitz special, this gun comes in its excellent all original condition box that is numbered on bottom along with factory order number on bottom. Both written in pencil. It has the proper end label which specifies wood and blue. Included is its original cleaning brush, special instructions, shooting suggestions and the original test target numbered to gun. As to condition, there is a hint of muzzle wear, some light edge cylinder wear and some light frame high edge wear. Gun remains in near mint condition. Approximately 97% original blue. The cutaway refers to the trigger guard, the forward portion having been removed and the hammer which has been bobbed and polished. Otherwise, standard six shot double action, round butt. An incredible possibly once in a life time find. 10,000.00 - 14,000.00

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470 - (C) ENGRAVED WALTHER MODEL PP PISTOL (1932). Serial No. 755507. Caliber 7.65. Barrel length 4”. Standard configuration. Pre-war with crown over “N” proofs. Nearly full coverage of very fine oak leaf and acorn pattern engraving with gold inlaid oak leaves and acorns at muzzle, mid- point, and top rear of slide; also on left side of frame under magazine release, and on front and rear grip straps. “SN” in gold inlaid on right. Pistol is fitted with ivory grips, nicely engraved and etched in oak leaves and acorns. Supplied are two magazines, one with extended ivory base plug matching grips; the other with large steel base engraved to match remainder of pistol. The exposed barrel through ejection port has been finely incised in a diamond pattern with dots. This ornate presentation pistol was manufactured in 1932, the fourth year of production of this model. Obviously manufactured for some high ranking official or very important personage. It is housed in a brown leatherette hard case. French fitted with green lining and cutout of extra magazine and three shells. Retaining essentially all of its blued finish. Grips are excellent except for some slight checks at top of left grip below safety. Base plug of extended magazine shows some repairs. Bore is excellent, bright and shiny throughout. 14,000.00 - 18,000.00

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471 - (C) PRESENTATION ENGRAVED NAZI WALTHER PP PISTOL. Serial No. 137407P. Caliber 7.65, Barrel length 4”. Standard configuration. Crown over “N” proof on slide. Silver-plated, engraved with exceptional deep chiseled oak leaf pattern with finely stippled background at near full coverage. Long banner on top left of slide is relief engraved “Zum 50 Jahrigen in Erinnerung an frohe Waidmannsstuden” “F. u G. Walther”. A relief death’s head and SS runes are on inset oval on top rib near front sight. Trigger, safety, magazine catch, and other small parts are fire blued, and unengraved. Hammer is case hardened in color. Plain ivory grips are inlet with gold Nazi eagle with swastika in wreath. Blued magazine has ivory extension. Also included is an extra blued magazine. Both magazine are stamped with the Walther banner. Pistol was manufactured in 1938. The English translation of the inscription refers to the remembrance of 50 happy years. Pistol is housed in brown cloth covered factory case, with green felt lining. Walther is in banner over PP on inside lid. Bottom is French fitted for pistol, magazine with extension, and cleaning rod, as well as for three cartridges (missing). Retaining essentially all of its original silver-plating, nicely toned and darkened in protected areas. Small fire blued parts retain most of their original high polish finish. Grips are very fine, showing slight wear, and show fine aging. Bore is excellent, bright and shiny throughout. Case is excellent with some minor storage wear. Interior cloth is fine with some light staining, slight rubs, and compressions from pistol. This is truly unique high condition presentation pistol given to a high ranking or very important member of the Nazi party. 15,000.00 - 18,000.00

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LOT - 472 472 - (C) FINE PAIR PRE WAR PUMP ACTION SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 747596 & 74040. Gun A: Remington Model 10A, 12 bore, 30” barrel, full choke, blue finish, walnut stock, round knob, black composite butt plate, grooved for-end, plain barrel, single bead, take down, serial #74040. Manufactured 1907-1929. Clean metal with 70% blue mixing with smooth patina with slight age freckling. Walnut stocks excellent with no cracks, mirror bore and perfect action. Very clean early Remington. Gun B: Winchester Model 1912, 20 bore, 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, 28” barrel, walnut stock, pistol grip, Winchester black composite butt plate, grooved for-end, takedown. This lovely shotgun was manufactured in 1937 and retains 85% original blue mixing perfectly with patina. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Mirror bore, perfect action. 600.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 473 473 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PIGEON GRADE PUMP SHOTGUN. Serial No. 1523863. 30” barrel in 12 bore, 2-3/4” chamber, full choke. Manufactured 1955. Features blued finish, takedown, vent rib, double bead, deluxe checkered walnut stock with presentation grain, jeweled bolt, bottom of tube is stamped with pigeon, Pachmayr pad, and 14” LOP. Has a Winchester pistol grip cap. Overall, shotgun retains approximately 95% original blue finish. Wood is excellent, has fiery grain. Rear stock has either been replaced or refinished as the checkering has varnish over it. Still quite handsome. One of the finest shotguns ever manufactured. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 474 474 - (C) BROWNING SUPEROSED O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 56194. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length 28”, 2-3/4” chamber, upper barrel choked full, lower barrel choked modified. 14” LOP to single trigger. This standard Browning Superposed was manufactured in 1957. All matching numbers. Barrel has vent rib with twin bead sights. Blued finish, checkered walnut stocks, round knob with Pachmayr brown rubber recoil pad. Wood has sharp checkering. Stock is proud to metal but has been refinished. Has a tiny chip at tang. Mirror bores, perfect action. Barrel retains 95% original blue with some light freckling. Frame has light engraving. Turned patina at base and tang with high edge wear. Nice old Belgian over/under. Not collector grade but fine shooter. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 475

475 - (M) UTS-15 12G SHOTGUN. Serial No. US12P10330. The UTS-15 tactical shotgun is a 12 ga. pump action shotgun with two 7-round alternately feeding or selectable magazine tubes, that measuring 28.3” in overall length with a 18.5” barrel chambers for 2-3/4” and 3” magnum ammunition. Constructed primarily of fiber reinforced injection molded polymer the UTS-15 weighs only 6.9 lbs, for quick pointing and easy handling. The top mounted Picatinny rail allows for the mounting of a wide variety of both iron and optical sights, which coupled with Beretta style barrel threading for choke tubes allows the UTS-15 to adapt to any situation (sights and choke tube pictured not included). These are the newest and current production or UTS-15 shotguns. 700.00 - 900.00

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476 - (C) BROWNING LIGHTWEIGHT DOUBLE AUTO SHOTGUN. Serial No. 2283. 27-1/2” barrel in 12 bore. Full choke, 2-3/4” chamber, 14-1/8” LOP. The lightweight Double Auto was manufactured from1 952 to 1956. Frame is made of Hiduminum. The engraved frame is finished in the scarce velvet grey. Barrel is blued with plain matted barrel and single bead front sight. Checkered round knob walnut grips with the Browning logo black composite buttplate. This rare shotgun is in near new condition inside and out and due to its short production run and scarce frame color, seldom seen especially in high condition. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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477 - (C) EARLY BROWNING SUPERPOSED O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 20172. This is a twelve bore. It has 30” barrels. This shotgun was manufactured in 1950. Has 2-3/4” chambers. Top barrel is choked full, bottom barrel is choked full. Features vent rib, two white bead sights, matching numbers, made in Belgium, single select trigger. Has 14-3/8” LOP to black solid rubber pad. Brown knob, walnut stock, checkered. Wood is very good to excellent with usual minor dings. Sharp checkering. Frame retains approximately 90%-92% percent original factory blue. Thinning on high edges. Barrels retain 95% original blue. Perfect lock up in action. Nice early Belgium browning. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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478 - (M) BROWNING LIGHTNING O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 56986. Caliber12 bore, Barrel length 26 1/2”. 2-3/4” chamber. Top barrel is choked full, bottom choke is modified. All matching numbers with a 14” LOP. Manufactured in Belgium. Has auto ejectors, vent rib, twin bead sights, blued finish, engraved frame, round knob checkered walnut stocks with a Pachmayr red rubber recoil pad. Has a single select trigger, bores are near bright. 98% original factory blue on barrels with light muzzle wear. Frame and trigger guard have light high edge carry wear retaining 95% original finish. Stocks are excellent with minor impressions. Gold trigger is wearing thin. Shotgun comes in a Browning hard leather case. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 479 479 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 1256163. 12 bore with a 30” barrel. Manufactured 1951. Full choke, 2-3/4” chamber, vent rib, twin white bead front sights, take down, blued finish with the deluxe checkered oil finish pistol grip walnut stock with Winchester red rubber recoil pad and sterling silver presentation engraved grip cap (G.D. Eseerling). Jeweled bolt and lifter. Magazine tube is a blue-grey forward of for-end, balance has 95% original blue finish with high edge wear. Walnut stocks are near mint, sharp checkering. Fine bore, perfect action. Butt pad is a newer proper replacement. Light carry wear on bottom of frame and trigger guard. Very handsome Model 12. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 480 480 - (C) L.C. SMITH HAMMERLESS SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 119073. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length 30”. 2-3/4” chambers, does not have auto ejectors, left barrel choked full, right barrel choked full. Manufactured in 1903. Barrels are a Damascus twist steel, brown finish, no dents, solid with matching numbers. Mirror bores. Shotgun has side plates with light engraving and traces of case colors in the hidden recesses. Double triggers. 14-1/8” LOP to front trigger. Checkered walnut stock. Forend has ebony inset. Stock is a round knob with black composite butt plate, very good solid condition with no cracks. Lock up is tight with no wiggle. Fine condition, 113 year old LC Smith double. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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481 - (C) LEFEVER SXS 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 36624. 12 bore with 30” barrels. Left barrel is choked full, right barrel is choked improved. Mirror bores. Features full matted rib, single bead sight single selective trigger, and Damascus twist steel. All matching numbers. Has a 13-1/2” LOP. This is an early “I” grade. Side plate hammerless. No ejectors. Made in 1901. Approximately 2,500 were made in 1901 - 1907. Side plates are stamped “Lefever Arms Company.” Barrels are basically grey patina. There is one small dent at the bottom of the left barrel, but are otherwise perfect. Lock up tight with no wiggle. Side plates have 65% case colors. Checkered walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Far above average early Lefever. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 482 482 - (M) BERETTA A391 XTREMA 2 12G SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN Serial No. AG049446. Caliber 12 Bore, Barrel length 26”. Has a 3-1/2” chamber with the removable Optima-choke plus. Camouflage model. Features the synthetic stock and a barrel has vent rib. Gun shows in near new condition inside and out. Includes original factory case, manual, and extra chokes. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 483 483 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON SHOTGUN & RIFLE. Serial No. D6598879 & W575000M. Offered are two of the finest guns ever made in this genre. The first firearm is the venerable Remington Model 870 “Wingmaster” magnum 12 bore pump action shotgun. Gun A) Serial #W575000M. Features: 28” vent rib barrel, blued finish, pressed checkered high gloss walnut stock and Remington rubber shotgun butt pad. This shotgun is chambered for the 3” magnum. Features single bead sight. Stocks are excellent. Metal retains 98-99% of the original finish. Has a mirror bore, perfect action and uses the removable choke system (full choke installed). Wood is excellent with a couple of minor dings. Gun B) Is the Remington 700 bolt action rifle, chambered for the 30-06 cartridge. Serial #D6598879. Features: 22” barrel sans sights, beautiful oil finish, checkered walnut stock with black forend tip, grip cap and solid black recoil pad. Gun sports a 1.5x4.5, 7/8” scope on Leupold mounts. Rifle shows in near new condition inside and out with very light wear. A fine pair of quality hunting weapons. 800.00 - 1,250.00

LOT - 484 484 - (M) SAVAGE MILANO 20 BORE O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 211645. The Savage Milano was co-developed by Savage Arms and I. Rizzini. Chambered to accept 3” shells with auto ejectors and single selective trigger. The vent rib chrome lined barrel set has a red fiber optic sight at the muzzle, and a brass colored mid bead. The recoil pad is slightly beveled on top, so as not to snag in the field or when shooting low-gun. Included are modified, improve cylinder and full choke threaded choke sleeves and choke wrench. All matching numbers. Satin nickel box lock action with light scroll engraving. Release lever is blued and engraved. Trigger guard has light engraving. Checkered walnut stock with schnabel for-end. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. Manufactured from 2006-2008. 800.00 - 1,000.00

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485 - (C) BELGIUM BROWNING SUPERPOSED .20 BORE O/U. Serial No. 7352. Caliber .20 bore, Barrel length 26-1/2”. 2-3/4” chamber. 14-1/4” LOP. Upper barrel choked full, lower barrel choked improved. This fine Belgium 20 bore, manufactured in 1954, features the solid matted rib with single bead, 90% original factory blue finish. The engraved frame has high and base carry wear. Trigger guard and tang are gun metal grey. Fine checkered walnut stock, round knob with Browning logo black composite butt plate. There are some dents in the checkering on left side grip, othe -wise stock is very good to excellent. All matching numbers. Mirror bore, perfect lockup. Fine old Belgium 20. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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486 - (M) BROWNING LIGHTNING SPORTING CLAYS ED. SHOTGUN. Serial No. 17812NRW53. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length is 28”. 3” chamber. Manufactured in Japan. Has the interchangeable choke system with wrench but no additional chokes. The factory blued barrels are both ported with full vent rib and twin bead sights with mere bores and auto ejectors. Choke system is referred to the Invector Plus. Barrels retain approximately 98% of factory finish. The blued framed has Lightning Sporting Clays Edition in gold on both sides. Has a gold single adjustable trigger and a 14 - 3/4” LOP. Also has a solid black rubber recoil pad. Stock features checkered round knob high gloss walnut. Lock up - tight as new. Comes in a Browning hard luggage case. 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 486

LOT - 487

487 - (C) PARKER BROTHERS (G) GRADE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 68095. 12 bore with 30” barrels. Manufactured in 1892 with a left barrel that is choked modified and a right barrel that is choked improved. Features Damascus twist barrels and a full dished matte rib single bead sight. Mint bores. Lock-up is fairly tight. Very light wiggle with forearm off. All matching numbers. 14-1/8” LOP to front of trigger. Splinter for-end. Pistol grip cap and a Parker black composite butt plate. Oil finish, dark walnut checkered stocks. Nice engraving on frame with wild fowl scenes on both sides and bottom. Box lock, manual ejectors. Wood is excellent with no cracks or chips, but checkering is worn. Stock has finish added with wood slightly shy to metal. All metal finishes are grey patina. Engraving is sharp. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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488 - (C) BERETTA 20 BORE OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 21869. 27-1/2” barrel in 20 bore, 2-3/4” chamber, top barrel choked improved, bottom barrel choked modified, 14-1/2” LOP to front trigger. Manufactured 1947-1964. Referred to as the “ASE Model in 20 bore”. This shotgun features the scalloped box lock with automatic ejectors, full matted rib, single bead, sling swivels, with straight grip checkered English style walnut stock with a black hard rubber butt-plate. Barrels are blued and retain approximately 90% finish with age freckling. Bores are mirror. Frame is high polished steel with light border engraving. Walnut checkered for-end with engraved metal hardware in near mint condition. Stock is excellent with no cracks but has areas of finish loss near butt-plate and needs some minor attention. Trigger guard has high edge blue wear with freckling. Lock-up is tight. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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489 - (C) BELGIUM BROWNING PIGEON GRADE SUPERPOSED S/S. Serial No. 384V5. 20 bore with 26-3/8” barrels and 3” chamber. Choked skeet and skeet with mirror bores. All matching numbers. Features blued barrels, vent rib, single bead sight, and beautiful checkered walnut stocks with fiery grain, round knob, and a Browning black composite buttplate. Satin nickel finished frame and trigger guard that is beautifully engraved with pigeons in flight on sides and chiseled oak leaves on top. Gold plated trigger. Aside from couple minor storage rubs, firearm appears in near mint condition. 5,000.00 - 7,000.00

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490 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 WWI TRENCH GUN. Serial No. 673970. 673970 Barrel length is 20”, caliber is 12 bore. Offered is an extremely fine condition all original WWI 1897 12 gauge pump action trench gun. Serial number falls directly in the middle of the listed block of verified WWI trench guns. Shotgun has the solid frame receiver with the Winchester commercial grade blued finish. The right side of the frame ahead of the bolt is stamped US with no periods and the ordinance bomb. It is cylinder bored stamped on left side of barrel with the WP Winchester proof. The Winchester barrel markings are proper and partially obscured by the hand guard. Slide bore is stamped model 1897 Winchester. Has the Winchester type W hand guard bayonet adapter with six rows of ventilated holes. The bayonet lug is stamped patent applied for. Has the thin wrist high comb non fluted stock with the Winchester logo black composite butt plate. Has the lower swivel inlayed and screwed in to the bottom of the buttstock. Factory quality fit. Walnut stocks are in excellent condition with no cracks or chips but with some usual mars especially on the left side. Forearm has no cracks. Has 18 grooves round comb forend, measures 6-3/4”. The magazine tube has slide marks otherwise retains balance of factory blued finish. The exposed part of the barrel retains 95% factory blue. Hand guard is blue brown patina mix. The barrel protrudes 1/2” beyond hand guard proper for WWI. Has a single bead brass sight. Frame retains approx. 85% original blue with high edge wear with base and high edges mixing with brown patina. Bright shiny bore and perfect action. This is one of the finest WWI trench guns that we have seen in quite a while. Eagerly sought by collectors especially in this condition. Factory research: serial number applied January 9, 1918. No other information. 5,000.00 - 6,000.00

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491 - (M) CASED KRIEGHOFF K-80 O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 26705. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length is 28”. 2-3/4” chamber. Barrel stamped “10325”. Top and bottom barrels are improved choke. The bottom of barrel is stamped “Made in Germany.” Features matted full rib, twin bead sights, automatic ejectors, set nickel engraved frame with blued top bolt cover and screws, single select trigger. Has a 14” LOP to a black Pachmayr recoil pad. For-end numbered 26705, stock is a finely checkered Claro walnut. Gun has seen only light use, wood has few bumps, mirror bores. Comes in aluminum hard case with a complete set Briley tubes and chokes. Has the original paperwork for the Briley tubes and the original owners manual for the K-80. The Briley tubes comes in .410bore, .20bore, .28bore. The complete shot gunners set, manufactured by one of the finest makers of shotguns in the world. 5,000.00 - 7,000.00 166

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492 - (C) CASED PARKER GR.6 -28 BORE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 200946. 25” barrels in 28 bore, left barrel choked improved, right barrel choked improved, 2-3/4” chamber. Manufactured in 1922. Has a full matted rib, single bead, engraved at breach, all matching numbers. The frame is stamped “6”, indicating a Grade 6 or AH. The box lock features masterfully executed fine scrolls and rosettes with finely engraved screws. The deluxe exhibition grade walnut with straight grip English style stock and black leather covered recoil pad with high gloss oil finish. Triggers are gold plated. Trigger guard and lower tang are blued and engraved. Has a 14” LOP to front trigger. Automatic ejectors. Mirror bore. Locks up and faces like new. Brass presentation plaque that reads “Edgar Crawley”. The entire gun, wood and metal, has been expertly restored to as new condition by a master craftsman. Engraving is sharp and legends are perfect. 100% case colors. Checkering is sharp as new. Forearm has case colored engraved hardware. Has a custom Huey oak and leather French-fitted case with the original 1994 receipt for $1606 which included the trunk case, ebony turn screw, cleaning rod and chamber brush combo, ebony handled dust mop, English pewter oil bottle, nickel plated snap caps, and Parker label. The entire outfit looks just as it would if you walked into a store in 1922 and had the wherewithal to purchase an AH Grade Parker 28 bore. An exquisite offering. 6,000.00 - 9,000.00

493 - (M) CASED MERKEL MODEL 2001EL OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 21230. 12 bore with 28” barrels, 3” chambers, improved cylinder and modified, with an 14-1/4” LOP, drop at comb 1-3/8”, drop at heel 2-1/2”, Kersten double crossbolt lock, selectable ejectors, and single selective trigger. The deep relief game scenes done by master engraver ‘Bernd Ludwig’ are truly memorable. The left side shows a pointer with two ducks in a marsh scene and the right side features five quail in a wooded setting. Painstakingly done scroll work covers the bottom of the receiver, the trigger guard and the forend hardware. Select quality, Luxus grade European walnut is used for the pistol grip stock and the three piece forearm. The fine line checkering on grip and forearm are the usual fine Merkel quality. Features the scalloped box lock design. Has the Merkel black composite buttplate. Manufactured with Krupp steel and was manufactured in Germany. Barrel has full matted rib with single bead front sight. Mirror bores. Receiver is finished in the white, rust blued barrels. Gun remains in near new condition inside and out. The wood appears to be exhibition grade and finely finished. Shotgun is housed in an original leather Merkel case with trade label and original instructions. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

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494 - (C) FERLACH O/U RIFLE/SHOTGUN SET. Serial No. 402232. Offered is an amazing double barrel set in a custom leather and oak case marked “Salsberg”. Basis for this set is a scalloped box lock featuring exhibition grade pistol grip checkered walnut stock with rollover cheek piece, black horn solid butt-plate and pistol grip cap, and sling swivel. The action is coin nickel silver. Release lever is blued. Lock exhibits master engraving with scroll and game scene on left of buck and doe, right side has mallard scene. The base is scroll engraved, as is the blued trigger guard. Double set triggers with 14-1/2” LOP to front trigger. Appears to have seen little to no use and remains in near mint condition. Has a separate base for-end that exhibits matching finely checkered walnut with engraved coin nickel finish hardware. Both sets of barrels have the attached upper portion of the handguard with engraved screws, and both have leather protective muzzle caps, as well as sling swivels. Shotgun barrels are 16 bore with 2-3/4” chambers and measure 27-3/4”. Upper barrel is choked full and bottom barrel is choked full. Shotgun barrels feature a solid matted rib with a single bead sight, and are stamped 16/16/70. Bottom of barrel is stamped “Borovnik” ( Ludwig) with numerous inspection marks. Mirror bores. Retains virtually all of their original blue finish. Upper wood is excellent. The combo shotgun/rifle barrels are chambered for the 7.65R cartridge on the bottom with a 16 bore shotgun barrel on top. Combo barrel measures 25-3/4”. Shotgun barrel is choked full. Both shotgun and rifle barrels are mint. The combo barrel has integral claw mounts and a folding leaf rear sight with full rib and bead front, retaining virtually all of the blue finish. Matching numbers. Stamped “16/70-7/65R”. Barrel is stamped “Buhler Spez Ad Stahl”. This fine cased set comes with a Kahles Austrian scope 3x7 power with line and post optics and claw mounts. Also includes both sets of cleaning rods, various brushes, and three boxes of 7x65R rimmed ammunition (ten cartridges per box). These are often referred to as Gild guns as each part was manufactured, assembled, and finished by a separate master craftsman resulting in the final product. Original sighting target. A stunning cased set worthy of a prince. 7,000.00 - 9,000.00

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LOT - 495

495 - (C) CASED PARKER BROS. INVINCIBLE .20 BORE SXS. Serial No. 214333. Caliber .20 bore, Barrel length is 28”. This Parker side by side shotgun was manufactured in 1925 as a standard VH Grade. It has been custom upgraded to an Invincible grade by Pachmayr. It was at their factory that this gun was transformed from a plain jane VH Grade into the highest grade Parker ever manufactured. The original Invincible grade or grade 9 was first produced in 1926 and were custom made - to - order guns until the company was purchased by Remington 1934. Standard features include 28” barrel with full matted rib, double bead sight, left barrel is choked improved, right barrel is choked full, has auto ejectors, 14 - 1/2” LOP to front gold plated trigger, has a straight grip English style deluxe walnut stock that has been expertly fine lined checkered and given a glossy oil finish with a solid red rubber recoil pad. This shotgun also has all matching numbers. The water table has had (IN stamped in front of the V for Invincible, and stamped a 9 for the grade.) The embellishments are actually of higher grade than the original Invincible model. This is a hammerless model that features side plates. The frame has been case colored with nearly complete coverage engraving of scrolls and gold line inlay, right side of frame has a water fowl, bottom of frame features a gold inlay fox with three peasants with gold line. Left side of frame has four water fowl. Trigger guard is completely engraved with gold line and two partridge. 5” at breech of barrel. Has elaborate engraving with gold ducks. 2 - 1/2” at muzzle that have been engraved with gold outline. Bores are mint, all metal retains the majority of the reapplied finish. All legends are sharp. Pachmayr has signed the upper rib in gold. Lock up is tight as new. Wood is near mint with some minor spotting of piano finish. Invincible grade retailed at $1,500 in 1926, and the workmanship on this firearm is on par with anything ever produced during that period. This shotgun was featured in the magazine, “Wild Sheep” in the fall of 1993. This firearm was auctioned by the FNAWS by Frank Pachmayr, the hard leather case was donated by Brady Sporting Leather Goods of Haleswen, England. This is a beautiful shotgun and one of a kind. 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 496

496 - (M) MIB BROWNING SUPERPOSED 20 GA. O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. P33PV01857. Manufactured in Belgium. This is a Continental Grade Lightening 20 gauge with 28” vent rib barrels choked full over modified. This is one of the highest grade Lightnings made by Browning. Chamber length is 3”. LOP is 14-1/4” to a single select trigger. This gun has to be out of the custom shop as all the information we can find on the Continental Grade deals with the over/under rifle set. It is one of the most exquisite and highest grade Browning Superposed shotguns produced. To begin, the frame is in a coin silver finish, antique. The entire frame is profusely engraved, features four gold inlaid birds on right side set within a wooded scene. The left side features five gold inlaid game set in a marshy scene. Bottom of frame has a gold inlaid duck. Engraver has signed the work (A. Bee). This is the work of master engraver Angelo Bee who worked in Belgium for Browning for 25 years. Even the trigger guard is profusely engraved and actually has a cut out with a gold-finished bird. It has a gold trigger. There is some fine engraving at breach of barrel as well as the forearm release and the bottom of the lugs. Stocks are a high grade, highly finished walnut. The checkering pattern is spectacular in that the border is done in a relief scroll, very Germanic in style. Of course the gun remains in as new never fired condition in the matching factory box with paperwork. An exquisite 20 gauge, custom shop, engraver signed, one of a kind shotgun that is awe-inspiring. 15,000.00 - 20,000.00

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LOT - 497

497 - (C) TNW SUOMI MODEL M31 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. Y000132. Barrel length is 16”. This Finnish firearm was used to fight off Soviet Forces during the winter war of 1940 and showed the world the importance of sub-machine guns to modern warfare. Used by mostly Finnish and Swedish armies, it was also widely exported into Baltic countries, some European and South American countries. Although manufacturing of the Suomi in Finland ceased in 1944, it was widely used throughout the world well into the 1990’s. This Suomi M31 has been converted to Semi-Automatic and fires 9mm parabellum rounds from a 36 round stick or 71 round drum magazine. This semi -automatic model was introduced in 2009 by the TNW Company of Verona Oregon. They are not auto production. This example features the matte military finish with hardwood stock, original drum magazine. Stock is very good, shows use. Interesting semi -automatic version of the WWI. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 498

498 - (C) RARE SCOPED MAUSER M98 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 272307. 272307 Caliber .22 rim-fire with a 26” barrel. Offered is an extremely rare .22 caliber, all matching sniper training rifle with the ZF 41 scope. Top of receiver is stamped “Gustloff-Werke Waffenwerk-Suhl”, left side of barrel is stamped “Kal. 22”, the scope mount is numbered to gun with duv factory code and Waffenamt stamp “24”. Scope has small “FZG” factory stamp. Waffenamt stamp on left side barrel and frame. Bolt has Waffenamt stamp and 307 in electro pencil. No import stamps. Has a walnut stock and walnut hand guard, right side of stock has Waffenamt stamp but no numbers on entire stock. Has blued finish and original leather sling. Rifle retains 85% original blue finish which is starting to thin out. Scope has excellent optics and the stock is also in excellent condition. This extremely rare, matching sniper rifle was used to train snipers during World War II. This is the first example in this caliber we have seen. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 499

499 - (C) EDDYSTONE U.S. MODEL 1917 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 819272. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 26”. Eddystone barrel dated 7-18, stock, bolt, safety, bolt housing, handguard collar, bolt release, and rear sight. Wrist has eagle head. Letter “E” stamped in forward end of the stock. Left cartouche present but only letters readable are “?A-P”. Has a Winchester forend cap. Frame and barrel retain approximately 85% of original military blue. Floor plate and trigger guard are patina. Re-blued rear barrel band. Front band is patina. Comes with a period leather sling dated 1918. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. ME reading of .50. 600.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 500

500 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER BOY (EAGLE) SCOUTS 9422 Serial No. BSA13062. This is a .22 rim fire rifle with a 20” barrel. Winchester produced the Boy Scout model lever action 22 caliber rifle in 1985 to commemorate 75 years of scouting. This is referred to as the Boy Scout Commemorative in that it features the satin nickel edged frame, lever, with satin nickel barrel bands and the Boy Scout coin set in right side of stock. Other features include the deluxe checkered oil finished walnut stock. Rifle crescent butt plate included as well with a magazine, blued barrel, hooded front sight, and sporting rear. A total of 15,000 Eagle Scout rifles were manufactured. Barrel is stamped “Boy Scouts of America”. This special carbine is in new unfired condition in the original box with all paper work and includes the decorative art sleeve which is in very good condition with usual wear. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 501 501 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE. Serial No. 60076. 19” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. This carbine was manufactured at the Chigusa factory, Nagoya Arsenal. Has the inverted V front sight with guards, open V rear sight to 2,000 meters, full royal mum with ‘Type 38’ characters, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, knurled safety with smooth sides and small tang indicator, plum bolt knob, and matching numbers. Wood is very good to excellent. Frame retains approximately 90% original factory blue finish, barrel and bands thinning. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 502 502 - (C) SMITH - CORONA MODEL 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 4781791. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length is 24”. The barrel is stamped “S.C. 9-43” with ordnance bomb. Left side of stock has the “FJA” inspectors stamp for Frank Atwood with ordnance wheel. Typical WWII issue features phosphate finish with stamped parts, rear bridge adjustable sight, walnut stock and hand guard with checkered trapdoor buttplate. This rifle remains in excellent, all original condition retaining 95% original metal finish. Wood stock is excellent with a fine action and clean bore with M.E. reading of 1. Nice original blue on barrel bands. Has a strong “P” in circle on wrist. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 503

503 - (C) U.S. REMINGTON 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 3369780. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Barrel is dated 1-43 and stamped “RA” with bomb. This is a typical World War II Model 1903-A3. It has the green tint parkerized military finish. 85-90% remains on frame, barrel, and forend. The front pressed band retains 50% blue. Rear pressed band is green parkerized. Front sight has had a Lyman tube target sight added in slot. Military rear sight replaced with Lyman fine adjustment receiver sight. Excellent straight grip stock of the period. Left side is stamped “RA” for Remington with Ordnance bomb and “F.J.A.” (faint). Block “P” with no circle on wrist. Checkered buttplate with smooth trap. Has an “OG” (Ogden Arsenal) rebuild stamp on left side of stock. Floor plate is a milled version and is basically grey patina. Reproduction sling. 1918 RIA bayonet with sheath. ME reading of 2 with a very good bore. Swept handle. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 504

504 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CRAZY HORSE COMM. RIFLE. Serial No. CCH14532. Caliber: .38-55 W.C.P., Barrel length is 24”. This rifle is new unfired in the original box with all paperwork and a decorative artwork sleeve. Special features on this rifle include case colored frame, forend cap, the frame is beautifully etched with special Crazy Horse themes. The walnut forend features five brass tacks. The right side of butt stock is tacked and has the Crazy Horse medallion. Forend cap has a built in sling swivel eye, barrel is stamped “Chief Crazy Horse”. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, blue rifle buttplate, and oil finish deluxe walnut. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 505

505 - (C) MAUSER MILITARY STYLE .22 TRAINING RIFLE. Serial No. 1171. 26” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. This miltary style training rifle was manufactured by Mauser. Features the full length stock, no handguard, military style rear sight, two barrel bands (one for sling), ramrod, steel buttplate. Bottom of stock has an owner property tag in aluminum. Matching numbers on barrel and receiver. No number on bolt. “80” stamped on safety. Matching number on bolt release (71). No number on stock. Barrel retains approximately 90% original factory blue, starting to soften and turn patina. Receiver is basically a blue-brown patina. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent. Fine action. Strong, clean, rifled bore. Nice early pre-war .22 trainer. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 506 506 - (C) BRAZILIAN MODEL 1908 MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 8126. 29.25” barrel in 7x57mm caliber. Produced by DWM for purchase by Brazil between 1908 and 1914. Standard in all respects, this rifle remains in near mint all original condition. Forward bridge has Brazilian crest. Left side of frame has the DWM Berlin stamp. Fire blue bolt release. Action and bolt finished in the white. Matching serial number on frame, bolt, safety, trigger guard, floorplate, and bottom of stock. Full length walnut stock with hand guard in near mint condition. Barrel retains virtually all of the blue finish. Bottom of barrel stamped “Germany”. Has armory stamp opposite side bottom barrel. Brass and steel muzzle cap Sling swivels. Right side disc stamped “3”. The same “3” is stamped on lower barrel band. Six-point star stamped on right side of stock. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 507

507 - (C) SMITH - CORONA MODEL 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 4811124. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Standard 1943 issue U.S. Springfield. The barrel is stamped “S.C. 10-43” with Ordnance bomb. Left side of stock has the “F.J.A.” and “O.G.” inspectors stamp for Frank Atwood and Ogden Arsenal with Ordnance wheel. Typical World War II issue features phosphate finish with stamped parts, rear bridge adjustable sight, walnut stock and hand guard with checkered trapdoor buttplate. This rifle remains in excellent, all original condition retaining 95% original metal finish. Wood stock is excellent with a fine action and clean bore with M.E. reading of 1. Has a period green canvas sling. Nice original blue on barrel bands. Has a strong “P” in circle on wrist. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 508

508 - (C) SMITH-CORONA MODEL U.S. 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 4735250. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Standard 1943 issue U.S. Springfield. The barrel is stamped “S.C. 6-43” with Ordnance bomb. Left side of stock has the “F.J.A.” inspectors stamp for Frank Atwood with Ordnance wheel. Typical World War II issue features phosphate finish with stamped parts, rear bridge adjustable sight, walnut stock and hand guard with checkered trapdoor buttplate. This rifle remains in excellent, all original condition retaining 95% original metal finish. Wood stock is excellent with a fine action and clean bore with M.E. reading of 1. Has a period green canvas sling. Nice original blue on barrel bands. Trigger guard has some wear scratches from sling. Has a strong “P” in circle on wrist. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 509 509 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE. Serial No. 24475. 19” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. Manufactured at the Chigusa factory of Nagoya Arsenal. Offered is a very high condition Type 38 carbine with all matching numbers and full mum. Features inverted V front sight with no guards (unusual), blued cleaning rod, open V rear sight to 2,000 meters, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, knurled safety with smooth sides and notch indicator, and cupped edge sheet metal buttplate. Aside from the trigger guard and floorplate, which are a blue-brown patina, balance of metal retains approximately 90% of the war-time reapplied blue finish. Stocks are excellent. Fine shiny bore. Perfect action. Comes with an original Japanese canvas sling, arsenal marked inside, with Japanese label (missing closure). 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 510

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510 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 BICENTENNIAL CARBINE Serial No. USA03313. .30-30 caliber with a 20” barrel. Winchester produced this special series Saddle Ring Carbine in 1976 to commemorate the 200th birthday of the United States of America. Special features include antique silver-plated frame with special etching and a special coin on right side of stock. Other features include 20” round barrel with full magazine, two barrel bands, sporting rear sight, dovetail old style front sight, carbine buttplate, and checkered walnut stocks with saddle ring and stud. Gun remains in as new, unfired condition. Gun has the original hang tag and comes in the original box with the decorative sleeve, as well as the special wall rifle mount and two boxes of matching ammunition. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 511 511 - (C) FRENCH MODEL 1886 CARBINE. Serial No. 65539. 17.7” barrel in caliber 8mm Lebel. This is an M93/R35. It is a shorter version of the standard 1886 Lebel. First issued in 1935. Features black enameled finish with two piece walnut stock, no hand guard, straight bolt, military sights. Bolt is numbered 65539. Right side of barrel is dated 1937. Left side of stock is stamped 695. This is a capture gun and is Nazi marked on the bottom of the stock features the eagle with swastika. Metal retains approximately 90% of its original finish. Wood stock is very good with usual dings. Fine bore and action. Fairly scarce gun defined with the nazi markings. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 512 512 - (C) NAZI MARKED MAUSER MODEL 98 CARBINE. Serial No. 7591. 24” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. The receiver bridge has the BCD factory code of Wilhelm-Gustloff-Werke Weimar, Germany. Matching numbers on bolt, safety, bolt release, front band, trigger guard, and floorplate. Barrel is stamped “AVK80”. Has the 2,000 meter rear sight, hooded front sight, aluminum cupped butt plate, laminated stock, and original leather sling. Stock is in excellent condition with Waffenamt stamp at base but not numbered. Gun retains approximately 75-80% original war-time factory blue finish. This model lacks the bayonet lug normally found on late-war production rifles, but the front band is numbered to the gun and proper for this feature. Waffenamt stamp can be found on left side of barrel and frame as well. Extremely fine Nazi marked Mauser. 600.00 - 900.00

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513 - (M) LARGE LOT AR-15 TYPE PARTS. Serial No. ARA043847, MT24109. Unused black parkerized Delaware Machinery lower caliber 5.56 Serial No. L000673. Bushmaster lower serial No. ARA043847 Model XM15-E2S in matte black finish, unused. Boxed composite rear stock with pistol grip, Slide Fire SSAR-15. Three sealed AR lower receiver parts kits by Bushmaster. MAG Tactical boxed lower serial No. MTS24109 Model MG-G4 in matte black finish, unused. AXTS lower serial No. 000078 in matte black finish with some small parts in box. Sig Sauer SB-15 pistol stabilizing brace, new in box. (Near Mint). 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 514

514 - (C) SAVAGE M1899 .22 RIFLE. Serial No. 136419. 20” barrel in .22 caliber. This is referred to as the Model 1899H Featherweight takedown rifle with straight grip, Savage logo black butt plate, perch belly stock, schnabel for-end, with full round barrel, blued finish, case colored lever, sporting front sight, rear sight with filler, and Lyman tang. Made in 1912. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue soft gun metal patina. Frame retains approximately 80% original high polish blue finish, thinning on bottom and high edges. There is some engraving on the front receiver bridge, which has turned brown patina and hard to see. Generous amounts of case colors on lever. Wood is excellent and proud to metal with the usual dings and original finish. None of the usual dings found on the wrist of these rifles. Decent rifled bore. Brass cartridge counter on left side. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 515

515 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1380574. 24” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured 1942-43. Standard features include full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight with no hood, sporting rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, pistol grip, fluted comb, no checkering, checkered steel butt plate, sling swivel in butt and cap. Magazine cap has wear, light muzzle wear, and one fingernail sized area of browning on top of barrel, otherwise 95%. Frame is thinning at bottom and high edges, it too retains 95% original high polish factory blue. Walnut stocks are excellent with some finish and no cracks or chips. Strong, clean, shiny bore. Perfect action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 516

516 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 1899-A LEVER ACTION RIFLE. 26” Serial No. 79936. 22” barrel in .32-40 WCF caliber. This rifle was manufactured 1908-09. It is an early rifle; featuring full round barrel, blue finish, sporting rear sight, takedown, perch belly walnut stock, rifle buttplate, and Lyman tang sight. Rear sight was manufactured by Marble’s, original front sight, and has a period replacement Lyman ramp. Chambered for the popular .32-40 Winchester cartridge, with the special order takedown feature. Has the brass cartridge counter and the style two barrel address used from 1904-1911. Barrel retains approximately 93%-95% original factory blue with some light age freckling. Frame contains approximately 40% high polish blue with the balance mixed patina. Traces of color on lever. Stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks or chips. Perfect action. Strong rifled bore. Very nice, early 1899 with special order sights and popular Winchester caliber. 600.00 - 900.00 176

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LOT - 517

517 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 1899 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. 26” barrel Serial No. 270475. 22” barrel in caliber .303 Savage. This takedown rifle was manufactured in 1925. Features full round barrel, blued finish, knife blade front sight, Savage stamped sporting rear, walnut stocks, rifle butt, and case colored lever. Barrel contains approximately 95% original factory blue. Frame retains 90% blue, thinning on high edges and base. Nice case colors on lever. Stocks have the brass cartridge counter and are excellent with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 518 518 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE BICENTENNIAL. Serial No. USA18559. 20” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Winchester produced this carbine in 1976 to celebrate America’s 200th birthday. Features a full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, sporting sights, deluxe checkered walnut stock, blue carbine buttplate. Frame is finished in an antique coin silver with special engraving and coin on right side of stock. Comes in original box with all paperwork with original artwork sleeve. Comes with a specially created rifle rack that has never been assembled. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 519

519 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 OLIVER WINCHESTER COMM Serial No. OFW11295. 24” barrel in .38-55 WCF. Winchester produced this special rifle in 1980. Features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, deluxe checkered oil finished walnut stocks, blued rifle buttplate. Features special gold/brass plated frame and accents. Frame is beautifully etched. Commemorative gold coin in right side of stock. New unfired condition with original hang tag but no other paperwork. Comes with decorative sleeve. 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 520

520 - (C) LOT OF 2: MOSSBERG/MARLIN LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 874110 & 11059747. The first gun is a Mossberg in .30-30 caliber with a 20” barrel. Features full magazine, blue finish, walnut stock, pistol grip, with cap, rubber butt pad. Aside from a few marks in the wood gun retains virtually all of its original finish. Near new inside. The second gun is a boxed Marlin Model 336CS in .30-30 caliber with a 20” barrel. Features blued finish, walnut stock, pistol grip, black composite cap and plate. Gun is as new inside and out in matching box with paperwork. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 521

521 - (M) LOT OF 2: LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 1556656 & K069397. The first rifle is a boxed Rossi Model 1892 lever action carbine in .38 Special .357 magnum. Has 20” barrel. Features full magazine, two barrel bands, walnut stock, carbine butt, blued finish, saddle ring and stud, with tiger logo on left side. Gun is a copy of the Winchester Model 1892. Remains in near new condition inside and out. Comes in the original box with no paperwork. The second gun is a Winchester Model 94 carbine in .30-30 caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1949. This lovely early post-war carbine features a full magazine, hooded ramp front sight, sporting rear, two barrel bands, and blued finish. Frame has some light carry wear on bottom, still retains 85% blue. Barrel and tube have 95% original blue. Fine bore and action. Original checkered steel buttplate. Sling swivels in butt and on tube. Rifle has been restocked. Checkered forend and wrist. Proud to metal. Fine bore and action. Very handsome high condition rifle as to metal with lovely checkered more recent stocks. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 522

522 - (C) LOT OF 4: 22 CALIBER BOLT ACTION RIFLES. NSV. Gun A: Remington Model 33, single shot, bolt action, take down, 24” barrel, hard wood stock, stock is very good to excellent but finish is blistering 85% blue finish starting to patina, fine action, strong rifle bore. Gun B: Remington Score Master, bolt action, magazine fed, blue finish, walnut stock, black comp butt plate. Gun is in near mint condition with 95% original blue, stocks near mint, fine bore, perfect action. Gun C: Savage Model 4C, bolt action, magazine fed, pistol grip checkered walnut stock, black comp buttplate, blue finish, sights removed. Weaver 344 scope attached. Stocks are excellent, sling swivels, original magazine. 90% on barrel and frame, strong clean bore, perfect action. Gun D: Springfield Model 84C, bolt action, magazine fed, blued finish, hard wood stock, aluminum trigger guard, black comp butt plate, 95% original blue, stock excellent strong bore and action. Excellent lot of four high condition, early 22 cal rifles. 600.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 523

523 - (C) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON M.14 PUMP ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 107632 & 3352. Both rifles have 22” barrels. Serial #107632 is chambers for the .35 Remington, has the steel butt plate with protected toe and Lyman tang sight. Frame retains approx 85% original blue, wood is excellent with added finish and stamped “155” on grip. Barrel is approximately 70% blue starting to thin with rear sight removed. Fine bore and action. Serial #3352 is chambered for the .30 Remington. Original dial rear sight, black composite stock, wood is very good to excellent, frame 50% blue turning to patina, barrel 70% blue starting to darken. Fine bore and action. Both feature pistol grip smooth stocks with grooved forends. The Remington 14 manufactured 1912-1935. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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524 - (C) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON GAME MASTER RIFLES. Serial No. 52179 & 76173. Both of these Game Master rifles are chambered for the .35 Remington cartridge. Both have 24” barrels with blued finish, plain pistol grip walnut stocks with checkered Remington aluminum butt plates. Both have ramp front sights and sporting rear sights, and are take down models. Game Master is listed as the Model 141, and were manufactured 1936-1950. Serial #76173 retains fully 98% original factory finish on frame, barrel and tube. Stocks are excellent with no cracks, traces of colors on bar, fine bore and action. Serial # 52179 mirrors the condition of the other gun with some light freckling on the frame and a 1-1/2” crack at wrist in otherwise excellent wood. 600.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 525 525 - (C) WINCHESTER U.S. MODEL 1917 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 61841. Caliber .30-60, Barrel length 26”. Has a Winchester barrel dated “11-1917”, stock, rear sight, front barrel band, and bolt all Winchester and bolt is stamped “Nickel Steel”. Letter “W” stamped in forward end of the stock. Has Eagle Head proof on bottom of wrist. Still retains approximately 90% of correct original blue finish on frame and barrel. Barrel bands are brown patina, as is buttplate. Stock is very good to excellent with usual dings. Floor plate and trigger guard are brown patina. Strong, clean, rifled bore with ME reading of 1.75. Perfect action. Comes with a period sling. Nice example of early World War I Winchester. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 526

526 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 62A SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 232399. 23” barrel in .22 short rimfire. Manufactured 1948. Standard Winchester Model 62 features full round barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, takedown, grooved full round walnut forend, and straight grip walnut stock with Winchester composite buttplate. Barrel blue is thinning a bit at breach. Frame has very light high edge wear. Wood is near mint. Metal 92%-93% overall. Has a fine bore and perfect action. 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 527 527 - (C) REMINGTON U.S. MODEL 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 4024502. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Barrel is dated 8-43 and is stamped “RA” with bomb. Typical early World War II issue. Two piece walnut stock with no finger grooves. Left side of stock is stamped “F.J.A.” for Frank Atwood with Ordnance wheel, as well as stamp “RA” for Remington Arms. Block “P” and circle on wrist. Other features include swept bolt with blued finish, 03-A3 rear sight. Receiver has 99% of the green tint military finish and about the same amount on barrel. 85% blue on bands and floorplate. All pressed parts. Has the checkered butt plate with smooth trap. Stock is excellent. ME reading of .5 with bright shiny bore. Perfect action. Comes with an original canvas sling. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 528

528 - (M) RUGER MODEL 77 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 791-46676. 22” barrel in .243 Winchester caliber. This Mark II stainless steel bolt action rifle remains in near new condition inside and out. All stainless steel finish, barrel manufactured without sights, laminated wood stock, pistol grip with cap, sling swivels, solid black rubber recoil pad, and stainless mounts with Leupold scope. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 529

529 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1093017. 24” barrel in caliber .32 Winchester Special. Manufactured 1935. The Model 64 was simply the Model 1894 with numerous upgrades offered as standard. Features full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight (no hood), Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut for-end, plain walnut pistol grip stock with flutes, and checkered steel shotgun butt-plate. This rifle remains in beautiful all original condition. The frame has some high edge wear and a bit of thinning at base. Easily 97% original finish remains. Lever retains 40% blue. Bolt retains 99% blue. Screw heads are untouched. Barrel and tube cap show light wear with a couple of very minor marks and 98% original blue remaining. For-end tip and butt-plate are a grey-brown patina. Wood is excellent with original finish, proud to metal, and no cracks or chips, just a couple minor abrasions. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. This is a very fine example of an early pre-war Model 64. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 530 530 - (C) LOT OF 2: LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 798569 & 396328. The first rifle is a Marlin special order Model 1893 rifle in caliber .30-30 with a 26” barrel. This was a special order rifle featuring half octagon barrel, half magazine, sporting front sight, Marbles full buckhorn rear sight, walnut stock, and Marlin logo shotgun butt. Wood (refinished of replaced) is near mint. Al metal has been refinished. Frame is a mix of blue with case hardened colors, very dark. Barrel is a gun metal grey. Strong rifled bore. Fine action. Worthy of quality restoration. The second rifle in this lot is a Mossberg Model 472SBA carbine in .30-30 Winchester with an 18” barrel. Features full magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, smooth steel buttplate, with sling swivels. Barrel retains 80% original blue finish, starting to thin, with ramp front sight, sporting rear, and two barrel bands. Frame retains approximately 90% original blue finish. Top filler screw missing. Walnut stock are excellent with no cracks or chips. Very nice grain. Strong bore and perfect action. Resembles Marlin Model 336. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 531 531 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 MK I RIFLE. Serial No. 1058205. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. These rifles were manufactured 1918-1919 using the Pedersen device to allow rifle to chamber the .30 Auto cartridge. They are marked “MK I” on the bridge and have the small ejection port cut into left side of frame. This example does not have the Pedersen parts but is all original finish. Barrel is dated 9-18 and is stamped “SA” with a bomb. Has the World War I black army original finish on barrel and frame. Original rear sight to 2,700 yards with polished face, knurled dished knobs, straight bolt, wide groove high hump handguard with wide finger groove stock, two stock bolts, milled parts and smooth steel buttplate with trapdoor. Stock has the black “P” in circle on wrist. Left side of stock has the “D.A.L.” inspector stamp in rectangle (1918-1942). Trigger guard and floor plate have the more Parkerized finish. Frame has 90% of the blue-black, 70% on sight collar. Barrel is blue. Stock is excellent with usual dings. Has an ME reading of .5 with a bright bore. Nice example of a Mark I. 700.00 - 900.00

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532 - (C) INLAND M1 .30 CALIBER U.S. CARBINE. Serial No. 169379. Caliber .30 carbine, Barrel length 18”. Model of 1943, barrel is stamped “Inland Mafg. Div. General Motors 1-43” no bayonet lug, front sight stamped “N”, hand guard is a type B with two rivets (correct), firing proof “P” on top of barrel, has an unmarked type A front band, type A rear sight stamped “S” (correct), right side of stock has ordinance wheel stamp, proof “P” on grip, original military phosphate finish with wear, stock has an added coat of finish. Excellent bore, perfect action. Comes with one magazine and an original canvas U.S. carry case. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 533 533 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE. Serial No. 277797. 30” barrel in .30-40 Krag. This is a standard U.S. issue Springfield Krag rifle. Left side of stock has a perfect “J.S.A. 1900” cartouche with script “P” in oval at wrist. Has the rare headless cocking piece. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina, as is barrel band. Frame retains approximately 80% soft blue. Left sideplate is freckled. Extractor is soft blue. Original walnut stock is very good with original finish, never touched. Strong clean rifling. Perfect action. Comes with an 1898 dated Krag bayonet and metal sheath. Nice, clean, honest original Krag. 700.00 - 900.00 182

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534 - (C) U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE (ROCK-OLA). Serial No. 6207012. 18” barrel in caliber .30 Carbine. Barrel is stamped “Rock-Ola”, indicated rifle was made after June 1943. Rear sight is stamped with an “H” in a shield. All metal is dark military green parkerized, retaining approximately 90% of that finish. No proof “P” on stock or visible cartouche on left side. Fine bore and action. Has a wide finger groove handguard with two rear rivets. Includes a ten round magazine and a period sling. 700.00 - 900.00

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535 - (C) U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE (INLAND). Serial No. 533201. 18” barrel in caliber .30 Carbine. Barrel is stamped “Inland Mfg. Co. General Motors July 1943”. Has the small flip-up rear sight stamped “S” on left side. Stock has block proof “P” on wrist, no circle or square. Left side of stock has no cartouche. Has the narrow groove handguard with two rear rivets. Dark blue-brown military finish. Fine bore and action. Comes with a ten round magazine and green canvas sling. 700.00 - 900.00

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536 - (C) U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE (QUALITY HARDWARE). Serial No. 1613372. 18” barrel in caliber .30 Carbine. Barrel is stamped “Underwood 7-43”. Has the small flip rear sight stamped “S” on left side. Blued bolt. Wide groove handguard with two rivets at rear. No “P” on wrist or inspector stamp on left side. Barrel finish is browning. Frame is dark green military. Fine bore and action. Comes with one ten round magazine and a period sling. 700.00 - 900.00

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537 - (C) U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE (NATIONAL POSTAL METER). Serial No. 1506431. 18” barrel in caliber .30 Carbine. Barrel is stamped “Underwood” and dated 6-43 with Ordnance bomb. Rear sight stamped “S”. No proof “P” on stock. Left stock has a “U” with dots on both sides. Metal is a mix of brown and military green parkerized finish. Barrel is thinned. Stock is excellent. Fine bore and action. Has the narrow groove handguard with two rear rivets. Comes with one ten round magazine and canvas sling. 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 538 538 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE. Serial No. 459909. 30” barrel in .30-40 Krag. This is a standard U.S. issue Springfield Krag rifle. Left side of stock has a perfect “J.S.A. 1903” cartouche with script “P” in oval at wrist. Barrel is a pleasing mix and soft brown patina. Traces of blue on barrel bands. Frame and left sideplate are a soft mottled grey, as is box magazine. Has soft blue on extractor. Original walnut stock is excellent with deep, rich, dark original finish, never touched. Strong clean rifling. Perfect action. Nice, clean, honest original Krag. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 539 539 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE. Serial No. 439199. 30” barrel in .30-40 Krag. This is a standard U.S. issue Springfield Krag rifle. Left side of stock has a perfect “J.F.C.” block cartouche (rare) with script “P” in oval at wrist. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. Barrel bands are soft brown patina. Frame and left sideplate retain approximately 80% original blue. Extractor is brown patina. Original walnut stock is excellent with deep, rich, dark original finish, never touched. Strong clean rifling. Perfect action. Comes with an original period sling. Nice, clean, honest original Krag. 700.00 - 900.00

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540 - (C) INLAND U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE. Serial No. 5378497. 18” barrel in caliber .30 Carbine. Barrel is stamped “Inland Mfg. Co. General Motors 7-44”. Adjustable rear sight stamped “IR Co.”. Pistol grip walnut stock has no proof “P” on bottom. Wide groove handguard with two rear rivets. No inspector stamp on left side of stock. Excellent bore. Stock is mint. Metal retains the majority of the original parkerized military finish. One magazine and sling. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 541 541 - (C) U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 3142769. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Barrel is dated “6-42” and is stamped “RA” with bomb. This is the last of the 1903 models. Features the walnut scant stock with no cartouche. Metal retains approximately 98% of the green tint parkerized military finish. Proper rear sight with smooth face and knurled edges. Has swept bolt and two stock bolts. Parkerized milled trigger guard and barrel bands. Stock is near mint. Fine action. ME reading of 1.5. Very good bore. Comes with a period sling. Very nice example of the last 03’s made. 700.00 - 900.00

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542 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 51173. 22” barrel in caliber .30-40 Krag. Manufactured 1905. Standard issue Winchester Model 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine. Features round barrel, blued finish, walnut buttstock with carbine butt, forearm with hand groove, military style hand guard, military style folding leaf sight, and saddle ring and stud on right side. All metal is a smooth mix of blue-brown patina. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal with no cracks. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. 700.00 - 900.00

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543 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 269486. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Manufactured in 1953. This Model 70 is standard in all respects. Has the blued finish, checkered walnut stock, straight comb, checkered steel buttplate, hooded ramp front sight. Rear sight removed. Sports a Redfield base with a P.O. Ackley 3x9x40 scope with standard cross hairs and perfect optics. All original finish. Barrel has some light muzzle wear. Frame is thinning just a bit. Bolt knob is gun metal grey. High edge wear on floor plate and trigger guard. Wood is very good to excellent with some flattening to the checkering. Sling swivels installed. Fine bore. Perfect action. Very nice rifle with a period hard to find scope. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 544

544 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 100 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE (PRE-64). Serial No. 1105. 22” barrel in .308 Winchester. This rifle was manufactured in 1961, first year of production. Featured blued metal finish with pistol grip checkered walnut stock, pistol grip cap, and black composite buttplate. Features a fluted comb, standard hooded ramp front sight, and folding leaf rear sight. All metal retains 98%-99% original factory blue. Floor plate retains virtually all of its finish and has an original Winchester detachable magazine. Stocks are excellent with just a couple of minor dings. Sports a period Weaver K4 scope with Weaver mounts. Excellent optics. Fine bore and action. 700.00 - 900.00

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545 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 88 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 8035. 22” barrel in caliber .308 Winchester. Manufactured 1959. Offered is a lovely, near mint, early lever action. Features ramp front sight (no hood), folding leaf rear sight, blued finish, checkered walnut stock with fluted comb, Winchester pistol grip, and Winchester black composite buttplate. About the only wear to the original blue finish is a touch to the high edges of trigger guard. Has a Winchester detachable magazine. Sling swivels. Wood is in near new original condition. Fine bore and action. 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 546 546 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. NT0112. Made in Japan. This rifle is a Grade One. Features a 24-1/4” round barrel, full magazine, blued finish, plain oil finished walnut stock and crescent butt. The frame is lightly etched/ engraved on both sides. Chambered for the .45 long Colt cartridge. Gun is brand new in the box with all paperwork. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 547 547 - (C) NAZI MARKED MODEL 24T BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 8331. Caliber 7.92x57mm, Barrel length 24”. The receiver ring has the DOU for Waffenwerke Brunn, A-G, Bystrica over the ‘41’ manufacturing date. This rifle was fitted with the laminated stock and the cupped aluminum buttplate. It is basically a takeover of production of the VZ24. The bolt is numbered to receiver and both are stamped with the Waffenamt stamp. Right side of stock has numerous Waffenamt and inspector marks. Butt of stock is stamped with the matching number. Barrel and front barrel band retain approximately 90% military blue finish as does frame. Trigger guard and silver plate have 20% blue. Original stock is very good to excellent with all original finish. Original military rear sight. Fine bore and action. Very scarce all matching variation of the VZ24. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 548 548 - (C) EARLY ROMANIAN SKS CARBINE. Serial No. GH255. 20-1/2’ barrel in 7.62x39mm caliber. This semi-automatic rifle was manufactured at the Cugir factory in 1959. It has the two character alpha code in serial number. It features matching numbers on floor plate, trigger guard, bolt, has the hardwood stock with fingered grooves, and small hand guard, military sights, metal surfaces are a blend blue and gun metal gray has the attached folding bayonet, green canvas sling, fine action in bore, true Romanian import stamp on right side of barrel. It is getting extremely difficult to find a true Romanian SKS with all matching numbers. These were manufactured during the Cold War and are becoming highly collectible. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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549 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 14-1/2 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 32681. Caliber 44-40 WCF. These rifles were manufactured from 1913-1934. They feature full round barrel with full magazine, easily distinguished for this model as the tube does not have the spiral needed for Spitzer bullets. They are extremely scarce in today’s market and highly desirable given the caliber. They have the full blued finish with grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip stock, with the steel checkered Remington logo butt pipe. The barrel and frame retain approximately 80% original factory blue with overall age freckling and high edge wear. Thinning at breech. Tube is a mix of silver and brown patina, walnut stocks are very good to excellent, with no cracks, some finish loss, pistol grip is stamped 67 (rack number) comes with a period leather sling, with hook eye, fine action, and strong clean bore. 700.00 - 1,000.00 186

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550 - (C) MARLIN MODEL 1893 TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 401857. 26” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. This rifle was manufactured between 1900 and 1915. Has an S-curve buttplate and no bullseye. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, knife blade front sight, sporting rear, walnut stocks. Case colored frame, lever and hammer have traces of color but have basically greyed-out. Stock is excellent, proud to metal, but has been refinished. Forearm is original finish with no cracks or chips. There is some hammer marks at locking lug of frame takedown. Barrel and tube have 70-80% original blue, starting to plum with razor sharp edges and legends. Tang is stamped “Model 1893”. Fine action. Strong rifled bore with minor abrasion. Nice early Marlin takedown. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 551 551 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1500244. 24” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured in 1949. This lovely Winchester was obviously well-cared for. Features full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight (no hood), blued finish, sporting rear sight, plain pistol grip walnut stock, fluted comb, checkered steel buttplate, sling swivel in butt and on tube. Frame has high edge wear, thinning at bottom, overall 85% finish. Barrel and tube retain approximately 95% original blue, even the nose cap has most of its blue. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal with no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. Nice early example. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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552 - (C) SAVAGE 1899 .22 HI-POWER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 207764. Caliber .22 H-P, Barrel length 20”. The Model 1899-H featherweight take down rifle was manufactured from 1912-1919. Referred to in the catalog as the “Imp”. One of the early small bore, high velocity rifles with a velocity of 2800 feet per second. Standard features: a rust blue barrel with matte blue frame, sporting rear sight with integral pinned front sight, case colored lever, serrated steel shotgun butt plate, with oil finished walnut stocks and take down feature. This rifle remains in original condition retaining virtually all its original factory finish on both wood and metal with a couple of minor high spots of wear and very minor age freckling on frame. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks or chips with minor impressions. Brilliant case colors on sides of lever, thinned on bottom. Very good rifled bore with light frosting. Perfect action. Due to the high velocity, these rifles are usually found with completely washed out bores and cracks at wrist. This example remains in stellar, all original condition. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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553 - (C) ROMANIAN AK-47 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. HI1112. Caliber 7.62x39 mm, Barrel length 16-1/2”. Manufactured in 1965. This is a very early standard AK-47 manufactured in 1965 in Romania, imported by CAI. Retains virtually all the military phosphate finish with some minor high edge scrapes and typical safety drag line. Three piece hardwood stock and forend with composite pistol grip. Rear sling swivel. Four reinforcing bolsters in stock. Fine bore and action. Comes with one magazine. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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554 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 99 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 364850. Caliber .300 Savage, Barrel length 22”. This fine pre-war Savage Model 99, was manufactured 1936-1937. Model is referred to as the Model 99 R and features the semi beaver tail forearm with blunt tip and checkered side panels. Features include: blued finish, sporting sights, case colored lever. This rifle features a Redfield tang mounted rear adjustable peep sight. Brass cartridge counter. Rifle remains in excellent condition. Retaining 95% original factory blue on barrel and frame. Excellent checkered dark walnut stocks with no cracks or chips. Blue steel serrated metal butt plate. Comes with a vintage hunter sling. Perfect action, strong clean bore. Excellent example with lots of condition for an R model, prewar. 700.00 - 1,100.00

LOT - 555 555 - (C) NAZI MARKED MAUSER 98 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 2644. 24” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. Offered is a standard World War II issue Mauser military rifle. Has the SVW45 code (German Ordnance code assigned to Mauser-Werke). Barrel is stamped 44N217. 2644 on receiver, bolt, and safety. No numbers on stock, but has “H” inspector stamp. Has the aluminum cupped buttplate. Triggerplate is stamped SVW. Floorplate is stamped with byf and Waffenamt stamp. Waffentamt stamp on left side of barrel and receiver. Laminated stock. Retains the majority of the late-war military finish. Lack of polishing and exposed welds typical of these late-war rifles. Strong bore and action. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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556 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 453277. 20” barrel in .38-40 WCF caliber. Manufactured in 1908. Standard Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine features post front sight, folding carbine Winchester rear sight, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, carbine buttplate. Barrel and tube are a pleasing mix of blue-brown-grey patina with sharp legends. Frame is a blue-brown patina with some added wiped on finish. No color on lever, has had finish added as well. Saddle ring and stud are missing. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, and has been refinished to near mint condition. Strong rifled bore with minor abrasion. Perfect action. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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557 - (C) EL TIGRE MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. A24299. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Offered is a fine condition Spanish pre-war copy of the Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, blued finish, walnut stock, steel carbine butt plate, dovetail front sight, folding carbine ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, case colored hammer and lever, sling swivel in butt and rear barrel band. This carbine is in fine all original condition. Barrel retains 80%-90% original factory blue starting to patina. Tube is a mix of blue-brown patina. Barrel bands are brown patina. Frame retains approximately 80%-85% original factory blue with some thinning on high edges, light age freckling, and some patina mixing through. Strong case colors on sides of hammer and lever. Wood stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Has an etched letter ‘G’ in a circle on left stock. Strong clean rifled bore and perfect action. 700.00 - 1,100.00 188

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LOT - 558 558 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 4 LTD EDITION SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. LE81-0212. 22” barrel in caliber .30-06. This special rifle was manufactured in 1981 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the introduction of Remington’s first big bore semi-automatic rifle, the Model 8. Only 1,500 were produced. Features high polish blue barrel with adjustable rear sight and ramp front. The frame has lovely engraving on both sides. Left side has gold inlay of hunters in canoe and a bear. Right side has gold inlay of two automatic rifles with commemorative title. Other features include deluxe oil finished checkered walnut stocks with rosewood grip cap and solid red rubber recoil pad. Rifle is as new unfired. Box magazine semi-automatic. Original box with paper and outer sleeve. Beautiful semi-automatic big bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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559 - (C) LOT OF 2: SAVAGE MODEL 1899 L/A RIFLES. Serial No. 187536 & 19124. Both are chambered for the .303 Savage cartridge with brass cartridge counters and have 26” barrels. Both exhibit blue finish, walnut stocks, sporting rear sights, knife blade front sights and rifle butt. Serial #19124, referred to as a Model B, has a full octagon barrel, retains 98% original blue starting to thin with age, front sight replaced, Marbles rear sight, traces of color on lever, Frame colors have faded, wood is shy to metal especial on right side, good for-end, good bore and action. Serial #187536 receiver is grey and freckled, round barrel is a mix of blue and brown with grey at breech, walnut stocks are very good as restored with two cracks at rear tang. Good bore and action. Both were manufactured in 1900. All original, not tapped. 700.00 - 1,100.00

LOT - 560 560 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER 94 CANADIAN PACIFIC COMM. RIFLE Serial No. CP1068. This is a .32 caliber Winchester special with a 24” barrel. In 1981, Winchester manufactured 2000 rifles for the Centennial of the Canadian Pacific Railroad 1881 - 1981. Special rifle features a 24” round barrel with the 2/3 magazine with blued finish. Other features include: sporting sights, walnut oil finished stock, crescent blued rifle butt plate. satin nickel finish, framed lever. For-end cap and magazine cap. The frame is beautifully edged with scroll work and a Canadian specific motif. In lieu of the usual stock coin on the right side of the butt stock it is branded “CPR”. Gun appears unfired in the original box with all paper work. The box has full color sleeve that is in great condition with light staining and edge ware. A very handsome, low production commemorative rifle. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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561 - (M) RUGER MODEL 77 BOLT ACTION RIFLE Serial No. 75-47923. Caliber 6mm Remington, Barrel length 24”. This beautiful custom Ruger features one of the most handsome stocks ever put on this action. The checkering and carving is exquisite on this deluxe fiery grain, pistol grip, walnut stock with oil finish, classic straight comb and hard rubber butt plate. The barrel retains 98% of the original factory blue finish, has two tap holes for barrel mounted scope. Rifle sports a Leupold Vari-x-III 3.5x10 scope. Gun is in exquisite condition. Fine bore and action. Couple of small nicks on the trigger guard. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 562 562 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 99 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 75. 25-1/2” barrel in 7.7 Japanese, re-chambered to .30-06 caliber. Manufactured at the Toriimatsu factory, Nagoya Arsenal. This is a true sniper rifle, the factory code and serial number 75 are found on the top rear bridge. Has matching turndown bolt with plum shaped knob, full royal mum, and top of barrel is stamped “.30-06” (re-chambered). The frame and wood have the factory cutouts for the scope rail (now missing). All other features are standard. Has an inverted V front sight with guards, two screw front barrel band, rear barrel band with sling swivel, rear sight adjustable to 1,500 meters with anti-aircraft wings, full royal mum on top bridge, two piece buttstock with full handguard, knurled safety with notch indicator, cupped edge sheet metal buttplate, and two screw rear sling swivel. All parts blued retain a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina, some brilliant. Very good to excellent stock with very few bumps. Mirror bore and action. Comes with original Japanese bayonet with metal scabbard and leather frog. Needs the scope set-up to be a legitimate sniper rifle. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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563 - (C) NAZI MARKED MAUSER MODEL 98 RIFLE. Serial No. 38966. 24” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. Offered is a byf45 manufactured at the Mauser-Werke. Serial number stamped on left side of receiver, bolt, safety, and forward barrel band. Right side of stock is stamped with “H”. Floorplate and trigger plate are stamped “byf”. Waffenamt stamp on barrel, frame, and plate. Barrel is stamped “44N208”. Has the laminated stock with cupped aluminum butt plate. No disc. Military rear sight with Waffenamt stamp. This late-war rifle remains in excellent condition retaining much of the war-time finish. Strong bore and action. Excellent stocks with very few marks. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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564 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 4 DELUXE RIFLE. Serial No. 336123. 22” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The No. 4 Rolling Block rifle was made from 1890 to 1933. This is a scarce Takedown model. This rifle also exhibits checkering on forend and wrist. The round barrel retains virtually all of the original blue finish with some light freckling. Has the Remington rear sight. Takedown frame retains nearly all of the brilliant case colors. Checkered walnut stocks are in near mint condition. Has the Remington logo smooth steel buttplate. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. Even the screws retain virtually all of the original high polish finish. This is the first deluxe Takedown No. 4 we have encountered and remains in near new condition. The barrel is numbered to the frame and has all proper Remington proofs. Very rare rifle in this configuration and condition. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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565 - (C) FINE PAIR OF MARLIN MODEL 39A L.A. RIFLES. Serial No. 19242022 & AA2598. Both rifles are standard takedown lever action referred to as the “Golden 39A”. Features 24” barrel, full magazine, ramp front sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, fluted comb, pistol grip cap, sling swivels, and black composite buttplates. Both are chambered for .22 rimfire and have gold triggers. Both rifles retain 96% or better original finish on metal and wood. Excellent bores and actions. One sports a Weaver scope. Scoped rifle is missing the bullseye. Considered one of the finest lever action .22s ever manufactured. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 566 566 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 94 JOHN WAYNE COMM. RIFLE Serial No. JW12464. Caliber .32-40 W.C.F., Barrel length is 18”. Winchester produced 49,000 special John Wayne carbines in 1981. Special features include a nickel - silver etched framed with large loop, brushed nickel barrel bands, special John Wayne coin on right side of stock, and deluxe oil finish checkered walnut stocks. Other standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, carbine butt plate, sporting sights, and blue finish. This carbine also comes with saddle ring on left side, as well as two original boxes of John Wayne special ammunition. Rifle appears as in new unfired condition, includes paperwork and decorative outer sleeve. (Outer sleeve has some end damage) 800.00 - 1,000.00

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567 - (M) RUGER MINI-14 TARGET MODEL SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 580-43915. 22” barrel in .223 caliber. Cold hammer-forged barrel results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy, longevity and easy cleaning. Simple, rugged, Garand-style action with breech bolt locking system, a fixed-piston gas system and self-cleaning moving gas cylinder gives unparalleled reliability under harsh operating conditions. Adjustable harmonic tuner for minute-of-angle accuracy. Salt and pepper laminate thumbhole stock with black rubber recoil pad. Has a detachable bipod, black composite ventilated handguard, and stainless steel mounts topped with a 3X9 Burris scope. Standard cross hairs and perfect optics. Rifle is in near new condition inside and out. 750.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 568

568 - (M) LOT OF 2: CHINESE SKS SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLES.* Serial No. 23102329K & 23013330. Both chambered for the 7.62 mm cartridge and have 20-1/2 barrels with blued finish and hard wood stocks. Gun A: Serial #23013330 features a folding bayonet, extended magazine, near new inside and out. Gun B: Serial #23102329K, in original box, does not have a bayonet and standard magazine. Does have composition hand guard. Like new inside and out. 750.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 569

569 - (C) FINE PAIR OF SAVAGE RIFLES. Serial No. 17696 & 117789. Offered are two fine pre-war Savage centerfire sporting rifles. The first rifle is a pre-war Savage Sporter in .30-06 Springfield with a 24” barrel. This rifle features a ramp and blade front sight, Marbles adjustable rear sight, as well as a factory installed Lyman receiver peep sight. Barrel and frame retain approximately 95% of the original factory blue finish. This is a magazine fed rifle and comes with an original marked magazine that retains approximately 70% blue, turning patina, as does the floor plate and trigger guard. It is equipped with sling eyes and has a steel serrated buttplate. Sports a near mint checkered pistol grip walnut stock with oil finish and sharp checkering. This rifle was manufactured 1920 to 1931. Fine bore and action. The second gun is a Savage Model 1899 solid frame lever action rifle in .30-30 Winchester with a 22” barrel. It was manufactured in 1911 and has the style three barrel stamp (1911-1919). This is considered Model 1899-A short rifle. the .30-30 caliber became available in 1900. Has the straight grip buttstock with smooth steel shotgun butt with so-called perch belly stock, Schnable tip, knife blade front sight, sporting rear sight, and brass cartridge counter. Listed in the catalog as a “saddle gun”. Traces of color on lever. All the metal is clean with original finish, approximately 75% blue mixing with a smooth brown patina. Stocks are near mint, proud to metal, never touched, with the exception of a small chip at toe. Fine bore and action. Nice pair of classic Savage rifles. 800.00 - 1,200.00 192

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LOT - 570 570 - (C) U.S. SMITH - CORONA 03-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 4870150. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length is 24”. Standard 1943 issue U.S. Springfield. The barrel is stamped “S.C. 3-43” with Ordnance bomb. Typical World War II issue features phosphate finish with stamped parts, rear bridge adjustable sight, walnut stock and hand guard with checkered trapdoor butt plate. This rifle remains in excellent, all original condition retaining 95% original metal finish. Wood stock is excellent with a fine action and clean bore with M.E. reading of 1. The stock has been re-oiled and there are no visible stock markings. Nice original blue on barrel bands. Has a strong “P” in circle on wrist. 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 571 571 - (C) SPRINGFIELD U.S. M1 GARAND. Serial No. 1458575. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. This rifle was manufactured by Springfield March 1943-June 1943. Barrel is dated January 1952 and stamped “SA” with a “P”. Has a type four sight. Bolt drawing number is D28287-12SA heat lot number is B3 (proper). Metal retains approximately 90% of the military green parkerized finish. Hex nut gas tube. DOD three star stamp on right side of stock and “S.A. O.G.” in box. Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Checkered buttplate and trap. ME reading of 2 with a bright bore. This is a typical example of Korean War rebuild with new stock, barrel, and rear sight. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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572 - (M) S&W M&P-15R 5.45X39MM TACTICAL CARBINE. Serial No. SM18989. 16” barrel in 5.45x39mm caliber. Based on a combat-proven design, the M&P15R incorporates the standard features found in all Smith & Wesson M&P rifle, but chambered in the 5.45x39mm. Engineered to meet the needs of recreational shooters and AR-15 enthusiasts, the M&P15R features a flat-top receiver and an M-4 style post front sight. The rifle is standard with a 16-inch barrel with a twist rate of 1 in 8 inches. Reliability features of the gas-operated rifles include a chrome-lined gas key, bolt carrier and barrel. A six position collapsible stock allows the M&P15R to accommodate a variety of shooting positions. Includes a total of 6 magazine and is in new unfired condition. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 573 573 - (M) CASED S&W M&P-15R 5.45X39MM TACTICAL CARBINE. Serial No. SW41829. 16” barrel in 5.45x39mm caliber. Based on a combat-proven design, the M&P15R incorporates the standard features found in all Smith & Wesson M&P rifle, but chambered in the 5.45x39mm. Engineered to meet the needs of recreational shooters and AR-15 enthusiasts, the M&P15R features a flat-top receiver and an M-4 style post front sight. The rifle is standard with a 16” barrel with a twist rate of 1 in 8 inches. Reliability features of the gas-operated rifles include a chrome-lined gas key, bolt carrier and barrel. A six position collapsible stock allows the M&P15R to accommodate a variety of shooting positions. Includes a total of six magazines and is in new unfired condition. Comes in a Smith & Wesson hard case. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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574 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 126880. 24” barrel in .33 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1902. Offered is a lightweight takedown Model 1886. Features full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight, Lyman two leaf folding rear sight, Lyman Model 21 adjustable frame mounted peep sight, blued finish, checkered walnut stocks, with Winchester logo hard rubber butt plate. All metal surfaces retain approximately 98% of the re-applied blue finish. Excellent checkered wood stocks are proud to metal with extra grain, no cracks, and only the usual hunting mars. Perfect action. Strong rifled bore. Handsome early lightweight takedown 86. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 575 575 - (C) MARLIN MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 364900. Has a 24” barrel, caliber is 32 rim fire/center fire. This rifle was manufactured in 1895-1916. The rear tang is stamped Model 92. Comes with both firing pins which allows user to fire .32 rim fire or center fire ammunition. This model has the S curve butt plate. This rifle remains in beautiful all original condition. Features take down full round barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, blued finish with case colored lever and hammer. The barrel is a fine mix of blue and brown soft patina, rear sporting sight retains 80% fire blue, has the original knife blade front sight, magazine tube and for-end cap are a soft grey brown patina, walnut stocks are excellent proud to metal. There is an expert repair at wrist. The frame retains approximately 70% of the brilliant high polish blued finish. Traces of color on lever and hammer. Has a very strong bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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576 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE (1918). Serial No. 954406. Caliber .30-60, Barrel length 24”. Offered is a fairly scarce rifle. It is an original 1918 with the original black army finish with the “W.J.S.” cartouche on left side of stock, inspector circa 1918-21. Barrel is dated 8-18 and stamped “SA” with bomb. Walnut stock features wide hand grooves, two stock bolts, wide groove high hump hand guard. Forend has clips. Rear sight to 2700 yards with polished face. Knurled dished knobs with no grooves. Gas porthole on right side. Straight bolt. Safety has serifs. Smooth buttplate with trapdoor. Stock has the block “P” in circle and is in excellent condition. Barrel and frame retain the majority of the black finish. Sight sleeve is a blue-grey patina. Bore ME reading is 0 and is bright and shiny. Has proper inspected original sling with brass frogs. Perfect action. Trigger guard retains 95% original finish. Floor plate retains 70% original finish. Excellent example of a 1918 rifle. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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577 - (C) U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 3247898. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. Offered is a near mint example of the last Model 1903s manufactured early in the Second World War. Has a barrel date of 9-42 and is stamped “RA” with bomb. Has the milled parts, proper rear sight to 2700 yards, with flat side knurled adjustment knobs, blue swept bolt. Retains approximately 98% military green tint Parkerized finish. Walnut stock and handguard are original. Hand guard has the long wide groove. Has two stock bolts and no finger groove. Left side is stamped with Ordnance wheel and inspector “R.L.B.” (Roy Bowlin 1941-42). In addition, rifle has the arsenal post-war inspector mark RA-P (Raritan Arsenal). Has the block “P” on wrist and smooth butt plate with trapdoor. ME reading of 1. Wood has a few dings but the metal retains 98% original finish. Fine example of the last of the ‘03s. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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578 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE (1910). Serial No. 414156. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. Barrel is dated 3-1910 and is stamped “SA” with bomb. This is a very early example. Features the short wide groove high hump handguard, wide finger groove stock with single rear bolt. Left side of stock has the original “J.F.C.” cartouche (J.F. Coyle 1904-18). This has been over-stamped “AAP” for Augusta Arsenal rework and/or inspection post World War II. Has the proper rear sight with dish knobs with knurled edges and center line cuts. Straight bolt. Has the smooth steel butt plate with trapdoor, large block “P” with no circle, milled parts, later dark military finish. Sight sleeve shows wear. Stock is excellent. Trigger guard has some minor dents. ME reading of 1 with a fine bore. Excellent example of a refurbished but all original parts pre-World War I Springfield. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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579 - (A) MID-19TH C. LEWIS HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. 30-1/2” barrel in .41 bore percussion. Nelson Lewis operated his gun shop in Troy, New York beginning in 1843 where he made fine quality sporting arms until his death in 1888. He was famous for his target rifles, all of which were rifled with gain twist. This is one such rifle. For the most part it is a typical full octagon, heavy barrel, half stock rifle with one of the most unusual rear sights we have seen. The rear sight with its full circular target peep measures 15” in length. It swivels forward as to be out of the way but swivels into position and locks into a rear sight slot to where the last 4” extend beyond the rear of the barrel. Also features a turned muzzle that is a type of false muzzle without the locking holes. Globe front sight and steel under rib with two retaining thimbles. Barrel is held in place with a single wedge. Strong clean rifled bore. The barrel is stamped “N. Lewis Maker Troy” on top LOT - 579 flat. Barrel is basically brown patina and has a new nipple. Has double set triggers. Right side lock not marked. Metal nose cap has a lollipop sight hole with filler. Stock is walnut with nickel accents to include butt plate, toe plate, trigger guard, wedge escutcheons, rear thimble, and patch box. Left cheek piece decorated with a dove. Decorative left sideplate. Wood is very good with some finish loss and two minor age stress cracks on right side measuring 1/2” or less. Action is fine. With this rifle comes an extra heavy full octagon 32” barrel with no rear plug, .50 bore. Not maker marked, and was a later addition. Finished in the brown with freckling. Housed in a homemade wooden case with muzzle starter, bullet molds, some .40 caliber cast bullets, and two cleaning rods. Very nice target set manufactured by well-known maker with an extra barrel and old hand-written hang tag. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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580 - (C) SPRINGFIELD U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND. Serial No. 249268. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Manufactured March-June 1941. Barrel is dated 10-43 SA. Has the type four replaced rear sight and hex gas tube nut. Checkered buttplate with trap. “P” in square block on wrist. No visible cartouche on left side. Gun retains approximately 30% military green parkerized finish. Balance brown patina. Gas tube is painted black enamel. ME reading of 2 with a clean bore. Fine action. Typical World War II rebuild. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 581 581 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 2 PARATROOPER RIFLE. Serial No. 5466. 25-7/8” barrel in caliber 7.7 Japanese. Manufactured at the Toriimatsu Factory, Nagoya Arsenal. Features inverted V front sight with guards, two screw front barrel band, blued cleaning rod, rear barrel band with sling swivel, ‘Type 2’ characters on bridge, adjustable rear peep sight to 1,500 meters with anti-aircraft wings attached, full royal mum on front receiver bridge, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, no drain holes, plum shaped bolt knob, knurled safety with notch indicator, two screw type rear sling swivel, cupped edge sheet metal buttplate, and all blued parts. This rare rifle is in extremely fine condition. Matching number 328 on both sides of takedown assembly as well as receiver. 466 number on bolt matches serial number. Stock is in very good to excellent condition with just the usual bumps and bruises. Has the original dust cover. This rifle retains nearly all of the original factory blue on the metal, including trigger guard and floorplate, but is thinning to patina on the takedown assembly. Mirror shiny bore. Perfect action. Comes with an original Japanese bayonet with metal scabbard. The Type 2 Takedown Paratrooper Model with this much condition and the original mum is extremely difficult to find. 800.00 - 1,200.00 196

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LOT - 582

582 - (C) SPRINGFIELD U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND. Serial No. 3634916. 23-1/2” barrel in caliber .30-06. This rifle was made by Springfield March-June 1945. Barrel is dated 3-45 and is stamped “8 SA”. Has the type four rear sight replacement. Op-rod is stamped “N.M.” for National Match. Drawing number is D28287-19SA and heat lot A-4 with diamond. Metal retains 95% of the original military style green parkerized finish. Stocks are excellent. Block “P” in wrist. Trapdoor does not fit wood. No visible cartouche on left side of stock. ME reading of 1.5 with a shiny bore. Checkered buttplate with trapdoor. Comes with a green canvas sling. Typical rebuild. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 583

583 - (C) EARLY COLT AR-15 SP1 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE (1965). Serial No. SP05286. Caliber .223, Barrel length 20”. Colt introduced the civilian version of the AR-15 in 1963 but really didn’t get into production until 1964. This early rifle was manufactured in 1965 and displays all the desirable features of that era. They include: early three-prong duck bill flash suppressor, delta shaped charging handle, waffle magazine, drilled selector and push pins, no-trap butt plate and a triangular composite for-end with black composite pistol grip. Metal retains virtually all the original military style phosphate finish with a few minor storage rubs. Stocks are excellent. Perfect bore and action. Extremely difficult to find early AR-15. These early rifles should prove to be a great investment. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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584 - (C) MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1903-A3 BOXED US RIFLE. Serial No. 4142430. Caliber .30-60, Barrel length 24”. This standard issue World War II rifle comes with the original cardboard shipping container, sent from the Raritan Arsenal in NJ from the NRA. This rifle remains in as new condition both inside and out. Barrel is stamped “R.A. 9-43” with the ordinance bomb. The receiver bridge is stamped “U.S. Remington Model O3A3”. Gun sports all original military finish that includes blued barrel bands, trigger guard, and checkered butt plate with blued bolt and rear sight. Green phosphate military finish on barrel and receiver. Walnut stock has the original “FJA” inspector stamp for Frank Atwood. Along with the ordinance wheel and the “RA” Raritan Arsenal stamp as well as “O.G.” on the left side of stock. The RA and OG stamp indicate rifle was inspected post WWII. Wrist has a proof “P” in circle. Has an ME reading of .5 with a mint shiny bore. Wood is in as new condition and rifle retains virtually all of its arsenal finish. Perfect action. Comes with a newer leather sling. Beautiful near mint example of the World War II .30-06 rifle that saw service in both the European and Asiatic theaters. An American Classic. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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585 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LIGHTWEIGHT T.D. RIFLE. Serial No. 150894. 22” barrel in .45-70 caliber. Manufactured in 1911. This extra lightweight Takedown rifle features the rapid taper barrel, half magazine, and the Winchester logo rubber shotgun buttplate. Other features include white bead sporting front sight, Winchester flat top sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut stocks. The frame has softened to a gun metal patina. Barrel retains approximately 20% blue, the balance softened to a blue-brown patina. Tube retains 75% blue. Forend cap and takedown ring are brown-grey patina. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks, only the usual minor bumps and dings. Small Roman numeral ‘XI’ on base (1911). Strong rifled bore with minor abrasion. Fine action. Nice all original extra lightweight rifle in popular .45 caliber. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 586

586 - (C) ANTONIO ZOLI OVER-UNDER 2 BARREL RIFLE/SHOTGUN Serial No. 100599. Offered is a two barrel set over-under manufactured by Antonio Zoli. Comes with a set of 12 bore over-under barrels and a matching serial number over-under combo barrel that features 12 bore over a .308 Winchester rifle barrel. The combo barrel has a 3” chamber, choked full. Both have mirror bores, blued finish with solid rib, rifle ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, claw mounts, and a sling swivel. Retains virtually all of the original factory blue finish. Numbered to gun. The double shotgun barrels also have a 3” chamber, are 28”, and are choked full and full. These barrels are also numbered to the gun. Feature a vent rib with single bead front sight. Forend is checkered walnut and is numbered to gun. Features a box lock action in coin nickel finish, fully engraved, with game scenes on both sides, scroll engraving on base, blued trigger guard, adjustable set double triggers. Features a pistol grip walnut stock with diamond skip checkering and a hard black composite buttplate with a 14-1/4” LOP to front trigger. This entire package shows in near new condition inside and out. Comes in a soft case that holds the extra barrels. Beautiful set. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 587

587 - (M) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1956 MC CARBINE. Serial No. 18951. .257 Roberts with a 20” barrel. The 1956 MC carbine was manufactured in Austria from 1956 to 1961. This carbine is chambered for one of the scarcest and most popular calibers available in this model, the .257 Roberts. Features include double set triggers, butter knife bolt handle, full length checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, black composite butt plate, Monte Carlo rollover cheek piece, sling swivels, two leaf folding rear sight, ramp front sight (no hood), and has a Leupold mount with a Redfield 2Xx7X scope with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Retains approximately 98% or better original factory blue finish. Stocks are excellent with no cracks but some minor storage marks and light oil stain at base. Fine action and bore. Very scarce Mannlicher in this caliber and condition. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 588 588 - (M) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 23720. 19-3/4” barrel in 6.5x54 mm caliber. This is the first of the true full-stock Mannlicher rifles. Features single trigger. Made in Austria. Receiver bridge is stamped “M1903”. Has the butter knife bolt handle, scarce Lyman adjustable rear peep sight, two leaf folding rear sight, sporting front sight (no hood). Early models were not configured for front sight hood. Pistol grip full length checkered walnut stock with rollover cheek piece, and serrated steel butt plate with trapdoor. Barrel, frame, and trigger group retain approximately 90-95% original blued finish with balance thinning. Stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks but usual minor impressions. Fine action. Strong clean bore. Lovely little 1903 Mannlicher. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 589 589 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD GARAND M1-D SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 1627720. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured from March 1943 to June 1943. Bolt drawing number is D28287-1 W.R., no heat lot. Has the type 4 rear sight, Hex head gas nut, and blued op-rod. Balance of rifle has the military green Parkerized finish. No visible cartouche on the left side of stock. Serif “P” in circle on grip strap. Toe of stock has “B3” unit mark in white paint. Strong clean bore with an ME reading of .5. This rifle sports the M84 sniper scope serial No. 15196. Tube is stamped 7667424. Has line and post optics and original mounts. Original leather cheek pad dated 11-62 and marked “MRT”. Checkered buttplate with trapdoor. Wood has numerous dings. 70% original finish on metal. Fine sniper rifle, typical rebuild. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

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590 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 TAKEDOWN L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 439544. 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF. Manufactured in 1908. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting sights, takedown, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. This is an exceptional takedown model, all original never messed with. The barrel and tube retain approximately 85% -90% original factory blue with sharp edges and perfect legends, thinning only at last 2” of barrel. Front nose cap retains approximately 40% original blue. Sides of the frame retain 75-80% original blue, as does loading gate. Balance has turned a soft patina. Traces of color on sides of hammer and lever. Original walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with original finish, no cracks, and only minor impressions. Exhibits strong rifling and a perfect action. Factory research: serial number applied June 9, 1908. No other information. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 591

591 - (C) U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 1903-A4 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 3424916. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Desirable all original World War II sniper rifle manufactured by Remington. Features the offset receiver stamps to allow use of the Redfield mounts and the Weaver Model 330 scope. The mounts and bolt retain virtually all of their green tint parkerized finish. Safety is stamped “R”. Has the proper scalloped swept bolt. Barrel is dated 8-43 and stamped “RA” with bomb. No front sight. The parkerized pressed barrel bands, forend tip, trigger guard, and floor plate with the checkered steel buttplate with smooth trapdoor. Supports the pistol grip C stock, left side of stamped “RA”. and “F.J.A.” is faint. Left side of stock is stamped “RIA EB” in box, which is post World War II rework and inspection mark. Has a block “P” in a circle at wrist, and several inspector marks at forend flat. Gun remains in near mint condition, retaining virtually all of the arsenal finish. The blued scope retains 60% original finish. ME reading of one with a fine shiny bore. This is a beautiful high condition original World War II A4 sniper rifle that was inspected after the war and untouched since. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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LOT - 592 592 - (C) SCARCE MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1910 RIFLE. Serial No. 10735. 24” barrel in 9.5x56mm caliber. Offered is a very early Mannlicher that was manufactured in 1910. Features double set triggers, butter knife bolt handle, two-leaf folding rear sight with sporting front (no hood). Early models were not configured for front sight hood. Checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, and serrated steel butt plate with trapdoor. Floorplate and trigger guard are a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. Barrel and frame retain approximately 85% original factory blue finish with balance thinning and patina. Checkered walnut stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks but does have usual minor impressions. Front stock sling swivel with rear eye. This rifle has a Griffin & Howe quick detachable mount with the rare mount adjustments. Scope is a Bausch & Lomb DW1803 Balvar with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Strong clean rifling. This rifle is chambered for one of the largest calibers every manufactured for this rifle. Manufactured in Austria. Cartridge was introduced in 1910 and is often referred to as the .375 Nitro Express Rimless. Features a 272 grain bullet, .375 diameter, and was based on the 8x57mm case. Fine early Mannlicher. 2,500.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 593 593 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 71 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 18066. 24” barrel in .348 WCF caliber. This standard rifle was manufactured in 1940; the last of the pre-wars. Features full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight with hood, sporting rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, pistol grip, fluted comb, checkered steel buttplate, and factory sling swivels in stock and cap. The forend cap has turned patina, as has the magazine cap. Light muzzle wear, some wear to hood, right side of barrel has thinned just a bit, otherwise retains 95% original blue. Frame retains most of the original blue with some light high edge wear. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with original finish and some normal bumps and bruises. Fine bore and action. Overall very nice lightly used pre-war Model 71. 1,000.00 - 1,400.00

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594 - (M) JOSEF WINKLER O/U .300 H&H DOUBLE RIFLE. Serial No. 42/258. 23-3/4” barrel in .300 H&H caliber. Manufactured by Josef Winkler Kohler-Blitz of Austria and imported by Flaig’s of Millvale, PA, circa 1960’s. This over/under double rifle is chambered for the classic .300 H&H. Blade front and wind drift rear sight. Integral claw mounts fitted with a 4x Tellvier scope (Austria). The top of the rib is marked “Flaig’s Millvale PA Ferloch Made in Austria”. Barrels are finished blue, are numbered to the gun, have a small wedge of scroll engraving on each side of the breech end, have a sling swivel mounted on the underside of the bottom barrel and share the lower portion of the three piece walnut forearm with multi-point checkering and engraved coin finished hardware. The coin finished action and side plates are nicely engraved with scroll work and wooded game scenes on each side. The blued trigger guard is engraved with gold inlaid “Flaig Millvale”. Underside of the frame is engraved with a wild boar. Features double triggers, cocking indicators and mounted with a nicely figured deluxe checkered walnut pistol grip stock with a cheek piece, plastic grip cap, Pachmayr waffle recoil pad and sling swivel. Gun remains in near new condition with just a hint of muzzle wear. A few minor storage marks. Near mint bores, perfect action. Locks up tight, obviously has seen very little use. High quality double rifle. 7,000.00 - 9,000.00 200

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595 - (M) FRANZ SODIA OVER/UNDER DOUBLE RIFLE. Serial No. 16266. 25-7/8” barrel in caliber 7.65 R. Manufactured by Franz Sodia Ferloch, Austria. This over/under double rifle is chambered for the classic 7.65 R cartridge. Blade front and wind drift rear sight. Integral claw mounts fitted with a Swarovski scope. Under the scope the rib is marked “Franz Sodia Ferloch”. Barrels are finished blue, are numbered to the gun, have a small wedge of scroll engraving on each side of the breech end, have a sling swivel mounted on the underside of the bottom barrel and share the lower portion of the three piece walnut forearm with multi-point checkering and engraved coin finished hardware. The coin finished action and side plates are nicely engraved with scroll work on each side. Trigger guard is made of animal horn. Underside of the frame is engraved “Franz Sodia Ferloch” Double gold plated triggers, mounted with a nicely figured deluxe checkered walnut pistol grip stock with a cheek piece, grip cap, solid rubber recoil pad and sling swivel. Gun remains in near new condition. Near mint bores, perfect action. Locks up tight, obviously has seen very little use. The butt stock exhibits fabulous deluxe grain. 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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LOT - 596

596 - (C) DOC. CMP SPRINGFIELD USMC 1952 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 3713288. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. In 1952, USMC armorers modified existing M1-C rifles by adding a slightly different Griffin & Howe scope mounting bracket and the Stith/Kollmorgan 4x scope, the original Griffin & Howe base was retained. The scope has an aluminum body, was painted black, and has the large adjustments knobs. By the time these rifles were modified, many of the existing M1-C rifles had been upgraded by the addition of post-war rear sight and modified op-rods, or completely overhauled. This rifle is listed by serial number as sold to the CMP on January 6, 2004 as an M1-C receiver only. The consignor subsequently purchased all the correct needed parts to assemble a period correct M1-C USMC sniper rifle. Drawing number on bolt is D28287-12SA and heat lot S.04 with diamond. Barrel is not dated. Has a proof “P”, hex nut gas cylinder, type four rear sight, trapdoor butt plate, and leather cheek pad dated 10-52. Stock has a serif “P” in circle on wrist. Comes with a sling and flash suppressor. The scope mount in stamped “Griffith & Howe U.S.”. Scope itself was manufactured by Kollmorgen, is stamped “4XD M1-C”, and has standard cross hairs and perfect optics. Scope retains virtually all of the original black finish. Stocks are near mint. Metal retains virtually all of the original green parkerized finish. ME reading of 2. The scope itself is nearly impossible to find and sells for over $5,000 if you can find one. About as good of a documented USMC sniper rifle as one could hope to ever obtain given that original rifles are nonexistent, and this receiver letters as an M1-C sniper rifle. 8,000.00 - 10,000.00

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LOT - 597

597 - (C) DOC. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 INT. MATCH RIFLE. Serial No. 1266203. Caliber is .30-6, Barrel length is 30”. According to the Springfield research letter this is a Model 1924 International rifle caliber .30 with Remington 30” heavy barrel. This rifle is one of 50 manufactured for the American team to compete in the 1924 Olympic matches held in Reims, France. All the weapons have the special stocks with hook butt plates, Winchester front sights and a bar base, Rinkuna double set triggers, special barrel bands, special court palm rest with fittings for a special trigger guard, Lyman receiver sights, and Winchester 5A scope blocks. This rifle was featured on the cover of U.S. Marshall Arms collector December 2012 issue number 133. Pistol grip stock was requested by Cornell Schull. Only 20 of the 50 rifles were fitted with 30” barrels and all assemblies were made in Springfield Armory. The U.S. Olympic team won the 1924 event. This rifle is fitted with a reverse safety and a J6 bolt, top of barrel is stamped “Remington Arms Company Ilion, New York”. The condition of the rifle is outstanding and all original. Pistol grip stock is excellent. No cracks and does not have any inspector stamps. All blued metal parts retain approximately 95%-98% original finish, bolt is in the white, scope blocks are cased colored, has a headless cocking piece. Shiny bore has an M.E. reading of .015, action is perfect. 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 598

598 - (M) MANNLICHER CUSTOM ENGRAVED/CARVED CARBINE. Serial No. 618. 20” barrel in caliber .30-06. Manufactured by Steyr in Austria. This MC model full stock carbine is arguably the most ornate rifle of its type in existence. Standard features: checkered full stock, pistol grip, exhibition grade walnut stock with metal forend tip, pistol grip cap and black composition butt plate. Features two leaf folding rear sight, ramp front sight with hood, double set triggers, and butter knife bolt handle with sling swivels. All metal surfaces retain approximately 99% original blue finish. Rifle features almost complete coverage of master engraving. It appears to be factory or ordered by the factory as it is perfectly executed around the Stoeger Arms logo on the magazine floor plate. These premier custom models were provided per the craftsman at Steyr and feature animal insets in gold on the floor plate and trigger guard as well as the receiver bridge. This rifle features a solid gold long horned ram on the floor plate with solid gold antler game on bridge and trigger guard. The frame and small parts are chiseled relief engraved with flowing oak leaves. The floor plate and trigger guard are border engraved with additional scroll. The entire top length of the barrel is scroll engraved from sight to sight, all legends are sharp as new. Even the for-end cap is scroll engraved. Aside from the fore arm checking, the entire length of the stock is incised/carved with an oak leaf and acorn pattern as is the left side of stock aft the check piece. The entire right side of stock is engraved with the same oak leaf and acorn pattern with a 4” oval that features a fully carved long horn sheep. German claw style mounts topped with a Kaahles Austrian Model 3x-9x with line and post optics. Mint bore and action. Manufactured on the MCA 1961 style. The carvings are similar to those on the alpine model and the .30-06 was also a custom caliber in the presentation models. Although offered by the factory they were rarely ordered due to the extreme expense and are rarely if ever seen on today’s market. The quality of workmanship is unsurpassed and the condition along with the exhibition graved wood combines old world artistry with modern technology, the result being one of the finest most highly decorated bolt action rifle ever manufactured and is without peer. 10,000.00 - 12,000.00

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LOT - 599

599 - (M) DELUXE GOLD INLAY ENGRAVED WEATHERBY RIFLE. Serial No. P15047. Caliber. 270 Weatherby, Barrel length 25”. The Weatherby factory letter that accompanies this rifle is dated January 19, 1969. It states as follows: “Dear Rush, It was very nice to hear from you. We have cleaned and inspected your rifle that you sent us. We have determined that your rifle with Serial #P15047 was built in 1966 by JP Sauer and the custom work was completed by Weatherby during the same year. The stock was built by Richards Microfit and consists of Myrtlewood with inlays and no checkering. The rifle is chambered in 270 Weatherby magnum. Sincerely, Roy Weatherby.” The accompanying letter verifies all of the facts concerning this exquisite custom Weatherby rifle. When trying to describe this rifle only one word need be said, “incredible.” This example must be one of, if not the, most ornate Weatherby rifle ever produced. The Myrtlewood stock has contrasting forend tip and grip cap with intricate inlay at base of forearm. The floor - plate and trigger guard exhibit complete coverage, fine hand chiseled engraving with gold wire leaf and solid gold inlays of wild game. The receiver is also completely engraved with gold inlay leaves and vine. The bolt is engraved in similar pattern as are the Buhler rings and mounts. All of which have the same pattern of gold inlay. The barrel has been engraved in gold inlay, extending 10” from breech with same technique used at last one inch of muzzle. Rifle was built sans any sights. Aside from a couple of storage impressions on stock, the rifle remains in as new condition inside and out. It has a Pachmayr rubber recoil pad. Comes with a carry sling but rifle has no provisions for a sling. Rifle is housed in a custom leather carry case. The stock profile is typical Weatherby with the rakish comb with the contrasting wood inlay on the right side of stock. If one was to ponder the eternal question of why someone would take such an exquisite rifle as this into the field, the answer would be, “because he can”. If your desire has always been to own the finest Deluxe Custom Weatherby ever built, this would have to be it. 12,000.00 - 16,000.00

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LOT - 600

600 - (C) SCARCE PEDERSEN-VICKERS SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 39. .276 caliber with a 24” barrel. This is a beautiful example of a very rare Pedersen Self-Loading Rifle designed by John D. Pedersen, manufactured around 1929 in England by Vickers-Armstrong. In 1923, the Army hired J.D. Pedersen to design a semi-automatic rifle as a replacement for the Model 1903 and Model 1917 rifles. The first Pedersen Self-Loading Rifle was approved for testing in 1924 with Springfield Armory manufacturing 20 Pedersen rifles for initial field tests in 1927 that were to run concurrently with the .276 caliber semi-automatic rifle developed by John C. Garand. The Pedersen rifle performed well in the initial service tests. In 1929, Pedersen contracted with Vickers-Armstrong to manufacture the Pedersen Self-Loading Rifle in England. English-made rifles were used in the final Army tests between the Pedersen and Garand rifles. In 1932, the Army selected the Garand rifle for limited procurement and the development of the Pedersen rifle for the Army ceased. Vickers-Armstrong manufactured less than 200 Pedersen Self-Loading Rifles for testing by China and Portugal. This example is chambered for a .276 caliber cartridge tentatively approved in 1927 by the U.S. Army as a replacement for the .30-06 cartridge. The rifle features a delayed blow-back action with toggling breechblock design that uses a 10-round clip similar to that used in the M1 Garand Rifle. The left side of the receiver is roll stamped “PEDERSEN SELFLOADER PA/VICKERS-ARMSTRONGS LTD”. The serial number, “39” (making this a very early example) is located on the right side of the receiver, and the top of the receiver ring is stamped with a circled “C2” marking. The rifle has full round barrel with no spirals found only on very early examples, covered by a steel handguard/heat shield with fourteen cooling holes on each side and is fitted with a Model 1917 type pattern upper barrel band. The bolt toggle has a sliding bar safety marked “REDY” on the left side of the bar and “SAFE” on the right side. The rifle is fitted with a one-piece walnut pistol grip stock with finger grooves on the sides of the for-end with a series of cooling holes on the underside of the for-end that extend from the upper barrel band to the trigger guard. The rifle is equipped with a unique, fully adjustable rear sight that uses a rotary-drum mechanism for elevation adjustment with a sliding-bar/rear sight aperture for the windage adjustments. Both are graduated in half-minute of angle adjustments. Any examples of a Pedersen Self-Loading Rifle should be considered very rare and certainly a center piece of any British or early U.S. martial rifle collection. Excellent with 95% of the original phosphate/blued finish overall with wear on the edges and high spot from handling and light firing. The stock is a beautiful oil finished walnut with no cracks or chips, just a few minor impressions and a couple of darkened oil spots. Fine bore and action. Comes with a blue-grey canvas Navy-type sling. Extremely scarce with the low serial number and solid round barrel. An example of this type can be seen at the Cody Museum. This is a beautiful example of a really high end and very rare Pedersen semi-automatic rifle. 14,000.00 - 18,000.00

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LOT - 601

601 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 386646. Caliber is .30 WCF, barrel length is 26”. Made in 1907. This is a standard solid frame Winchester model 1894 lever action rifle. It features a full octagon barrel, full magazine with razor sharp edges and legends. High post sporting front sight, high post DW King front sight, as well as King stamped sporting rear sight. Barrel and tube retain approximately 70% of original factory blue with the balance thinning out to soft metal grey. Sides of the frame have approximately 20% -30% blue with the balance of pleasing plumb and gun metal. Wood is very good to excellent. No cracks or chips. Has a perfect action and a strong clean rifle bore. A classic. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 602

602 - (C) WIN 13 WINCHESTER U.S. M1 GARAND. Serial No. 1614301. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was made by Winchester from May 1943-October 1943. Barrel does not have the “W/P” stamp visible. Has a cut Winchester No. 13 op-rod. Rear sight is a type three lock bar with square ends. Trigger guard is stamped “C46025WRA”. Wrist has an obscured serif “P” in circle. The Ordnance wheel and “W.R.A. G.H.D.” partially obscured on left side. This variation is discussed in example “T” on page ten in the book “Collecting the Garand II” by Harrison. Bolt drawing number is D28287-1WRA. Rear barrel band and sight assembly is blued. Balance is military green parkerized finish retaining approximately 80-85%. Stocks are very good but both sides of the butt have been worn down the last 1/2”. ME reading of one with a nice bore. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 603 603 - EARLY FRENCH SWORD BAYONET. Has a large 22-3/4” single fuller blade. French manufacture. Dated 1874. Right side of blade has two touch marks. Iron stacking swivel hand guard and solid brass handle. No. B85604. (Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00

LOT - 604

604 - EARLY BROWN BESS APPLIED SHIELD BAYONET. 21” L. Bayonet is in very good condition, and is Regimental marked. Measures 20 - 1/2”. 150.00 - 250.00

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606 - NAZI DAGGER. 14 - 3/4” L. SA (Storm Trooper) dagger. Overall length is 13-3/4”, blade is 8-3/4”. Front blade face is etched “Alles für Deutschland” (All for Germany). Hardwood handle is cracked full length of handle. Correct scabbard included. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 606

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607 - LOT OF 3: ONE BAYONET & TWO FIXED BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 17” L. The bayonet is a U.S. dated 1943 for the M1 Garand rifle. Basically brown patina. Comes with a green metal scabbard stamped “U.S.”. Throat has some surface rust. Two exotic fixed blades: one with a checkered wood handle, 5-1/2” blade, 12” overall, steel pommel and no maker; spear point 9-1/2” blade, 14-1/2” overall, brass handguard, wire wrapped composite handle, brass overlay and pommel. Blade is spotted and guard is loose. Metal scabbard with brass tip and hilt. Back of scabbard and hilt are rusty and green. Leather frog. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 607

LOT - 608

LOT - 609

608 - LOT OF 2: BROWN BESS PERIOD BAYONETS. Each: 21 - 1/4”. Both socket bayonets feature triangular blade and are Arsenal stamped. One has a crown over a “5”. The other has a form that is not discernable. No stamps on sockets. (Good Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00

609 - LOT OF 2: BROWN BESS PERIOD BAYONETS. Each: 22”. The bayonets are Armory marked on the shaft as well as the flat side of the triangle blade. The one blade has a crown with “6” and the socket is stamped “A” over IS”. the second bayonet has Arsenal mark on flat side (not readable), no visible stamp on socket. (Good Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00

610 - DECORATIVE ENGRAVED PRESENTATION FIREMAN AXE HEAD 6 - 3/4” L. This axe head measures 6 7/8” and 3” at its highest point. It is beautifully engraved in deep relief. It has a fireman motif with ladder and horn in the center of axe head. Other images of helmets, axes, fire breathing dragon. No maker marks. Nickel plated over iron. 90% of nickel remaining. No handle. This was most likely a presentation axe given to a firefighter for merit. Circa late 1900’s. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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611 - HITLER YOUTH RZM M7/2 1940 DAGGER. 10” L. Hitler Youth knife with an overall length of 9-5/8”, blade is 5-1/4”. Back tang is stamped “RZM M 7/2 1940”. Black molded grip with enameled swastika. Correct scabbard included. Circa 1930’s. (Good). 300.00 - 400.00 LOT - 611

612 - HITLER YOUTH DAGGER. 10” L. Hitler Youth knife with an overall length of 9-5/8”, blade length is 5-1/4”. Front blade face is etched “Blut und Ehre” (Blood and Honor). Back blade face is stamped “RZM” in circle along with the number M7 40/37. Black molded grip with enameled swastika. Correct scabbard included. Circa 1930’s. (Good). 300.00 - 400.00 LOT - 612 613 - JOSLYN ARMY RIFLE BAYONET WITH SHEATH. 28” L. Serial No. D11181. This bayonet features a 22-1/2” curved single edge blade with deep fuller, stacking hook handguard, ribbed solid brass handle. Markings include a No. ‘9’ on pommel, guard is stamped “D11181”, three touch marks on hook, two touch marks on right side blade. Fine tip. Age patina overall. Metal scabbard retains generous amounts of black enamel. Serial No. E504??. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 613

614 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA FIGHTING AXE. 18” T. Revolutionary War fighting axe with what appears to be the original hardwood handle. The iron axe head measures 5” x 3”. Has some primitive initials on left side. (Good). 300.00 - 400.00 LOT - 614

615 - LOT OF 3: GERMAN MILITARY BAYONETS. 2@ 15 - 1/4” L, 12 - 3/4” L One is stamped “Rich Herder”, second has a metal handle with Imperial German marks and metal scabbard, and the last is stamped “F. Herdera”. Look to be World War II period. (Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 615

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616 - WWII JAPANESE DRESS DAGGER. 16 - 1/2” L. Unsigned ornate Japanese dress dagger with an overall length of 13-1/4”. Blade length 9”. Spiral ray skin handle with brass mounts. Correct scabbard with floral decoration on brass throat and tip. Brass throat shows some damage from missing ring. (Good Very Good). 400.00 - 500.00 LOT - 616

617 - WWI TRENCH KNIFE. 12” L. L.F.&C. U.S. 1918 trench knife “Knuckle-Duster” complete with correct scabbard. (Excellent). 400.00 - 500.00

LOT - 617

618 - WWI TRENCH KNIFE WITH SCABBARD. 15” L. A.C. Co. U.S.A. 1917 trench knife “Knuckle-Duster” complete with scabbard. (Near Mint Plus). 400.00 - 500.00 LOT - 618

619 - NAZI INFANTRY OFFICER DAGGER WITH SCABBARD. 15 - 3/4” L. Unsigned Army officer’s dagger. Overall length is 14-3/4”, blade length is 10”. Spiral orange composite handle. Decorated pommel and full guard displaying a double eagle clutching a swastika. Correct scabbard. (Excellent). 400.00 - 500.00 LOT - 619

620 - NAZI POLICE DAGGER WITH SABBARD. 20” L. Alexander Coppel Solingen, Germany high grade police dagger. Overall length 17-1/2” with a blade length of 13”. Genuine stag handle bears a double eagle clutching a swastika. Decorated bird’s head pommel and guard. Correct leather scabbard complete with belt hanger. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 620

621 - NAZI NSKK DAGGER. 15” L. Etched blade “Alles für Deutschland” (All for Germany), manufactured by August Bickel. Wood handle, blade measures 8 5/8”, overall 13 - 1/4”. Has a black enamel scabbard that is dented with minor staining on blade. 400.00 - 600.00

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622 - LOT OF 2: EUROPEAN EDGED WEAPONS. 13 - 3/4” L, 13 - 3/4” L. (A) NSKK Nazi Dagger with RZM blade, it is in excellent condition. Near mint wooden handles, straps, sheath and hanger. Blade measures 8 - 12”, overall 13”. (B) Danish bayonet that’s stamped 43B-1187. Wood handle, leather scabbard. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 622

623 - LOT OF 4: ENGLISH BAYONETS. Largest: 26” L. Lot to include: A) two iron Brunswick bayonets, 26 - 1/2”. B) Bayonet for the Martini Henry rifle with leather and brass scabbard, 25 - 1/2”. C) World War I Era Enfield bayonet, 22 1/2”. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 623

624 - NSKK DAGGER. 14 - 3/4” L. National Socialist Motor Corps dress dagger. Overall is 13-3/4”, blade length is 8-3/4”. Front blade face is etched “Alles für Deutschland” (All for Germany). Correct black enameled scabbard. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 600.00

LOT - 624

625 - LOT OF 2: NAZI SA DRESS DAGGERS. Both daggers have brown enamel scabbards with nickel plated tips and throats, leather hanger, wood handle and nickel handguard and pommel, Nazi eagle with swastika (bot silver), etched blades “Alles für Deutschland” (All for Germany). (Excellent - Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 625

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626 - LOT OF 2: NAZI SA DAGGERS. Both daggers are etched “All for Germany” in brown enamel metal scabbard with nickel plated tip and throat. Both have original leather hangers, wood handle, nickel plated handguard and pommel, and German eagle with swastika (one bronze and one silver). (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 626

627 - EARLY NAZI SA DAGGER. Scabbard is black enamel over metal with enamel fading. Nickel tip and throat. Spear point blade etched “All for Germany”, nickel handguard and pommel, one piece solid wood handle with Nazi eagle and swastika. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 627

628 - NAZI 1ST MODEL LUFTWAFFE DAGGER. Features maker marked triangular blade stamped “SMF”. Plated handguard and aluminum pommel, both with swastika, leather handle with wire braid. Leather covered metal scabbard with plated tip, pommel, and hanger swivel. Comes with original attaching chain. (Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 628

629 - NAZI 1ST MODEL LUFTWAFFE DAGGER. Features maker marked triangular blade stamped “Tiger”. Brushed aluminum handguard and pommel, both with swastika, leather handle with wire braid. Leather covered metal scabbard with plated tip, pommel, and hanger swivel. Comes with original attaching chain. Minor chipping on leather handle. (Excellent - Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 629

630 - NAZI RED CROSS HEWER DRESS KNIFE. Square tip single full, saw blade that measures 10-1/2”, Has the black composite scale, face checkered, back smooth, brushed nickel handguard with Nazi eagle and red cross, brushed nickel pommel, leather frog, black enamel scabbard with nickel top and throat. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 630 212

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631 - NAZI KRIEGSMARINE DRESS DAGGER. Dagger has double fullers, spear point, etched blade, “WKC” marked. Blade measures 9-3/4”. Has the gold plated handguard and pommel. Pommel has eagle with swastika. White broke grip with brass braid. Has a solid brass scabbard with dual hangers and a small dent near tip. (Excellent - Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 631

632 - LOT OF 4: U.S. MILITARY M5/6 KNIVES. All have leather wrapped handles, metal scabbards, canvas frogs. Two blades are stamped “U.S. M3” and the other two are not stamped. All four scabbards are stamped “U.S. M8”. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 632

633 - LOT OF 2: NAZI DRESS DAGGER & HITLER YOUTH KNIFE. The dress dagger has the white bone handle. Missing the wire wrap. Has the original cord. Manufacturer Kolping. Oak leaf pommel with eagle and swastika handguard. Metal scabbard with hangers. Lot also includes standard Hitler Youth knife with “Blud und Ehre” (blood and honor), black checkered composite grips, nickel pommel and handguard, nickel bolsters. Swastika emblem inlaid on right side. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 633

634 - LOT OF 4: U.S. BAYONETS. All bayonets date to World War II. Each is dated, two 1942 and two 1943. All have Ordnance bomb, composite scales, steel pommel and handguard. All four metal scabbards intact. Three “U.S” with bomb, one stamped “Mk I”. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 634

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635 - LOT OF 6: MISCELLANEOUS BAYONETS. All bayonets have metal scabbards. Two have leather frogs, one has dark canvas. Two have serrated wood scales, three are smooth, one is checkered. Most are World War II period. Bayonets all appear to be German. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 635

636 - LOT OF 2: SAWTOOTH GERMAN BAYONETS. The first knife is a single edge 9-3/4” Solingen blade with a 14-1/4” overall length, checkered composite scales, nickel bolsters, nickel plated hand guard and pommel, no bayonet attachment. Has black enamel metal scabbard with leather frog. The second knife is a saw blade bayonet with wood handle, steel bolsters, “Erfurt” stamped blade, iron pommel, 10” blade, 15” overall length. Include metal scabbard with leather frog. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 636

637 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN K98 BAYONETS. Five German bayonets for the 98 Mauser. All five have metal scabbards and leather frogs. All have serrated brown composite scales. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 637

638 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN K98 BAYONETS. Four German bayonets for the 98 Mauser. All four have metal scabbards and leather frogs. Two have smooth wood scales, one has serrated wood scales, and the last has serrated brown composite. (Very Good Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 638 214

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639 - LOT OF 2: NAZI LUFTWAFFE BAYONETS. Offered are two Nazi Luftwaffe dress daggers. Both have the original scabbard, and silver wire wrap, bone handles, swastika pommel, Luftwaffe eagle handguard, Solingen blades, and 17-1/4” overall length. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 639 640 - LARGE EK ROOT (COLT) AXE. 38” L. E.K. Root Canton Cast-Steel Warranted large broad axe. E.K. Root was involved in the manufacture of edged tools, machinery involved in firearms production and design work for Colt revolvers. Circa 1850. (Excellent). 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 640

641 - NAZI RED CROSS LEADER DAGGER. 14 - 3/4” L. Unsigned Nazi red cross officer’s dagger. Overall length is 14”. Blade is 10”. Spiral orange composite handle. Correct scabbard. (Good - Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 641

642 - LOT OF 5: U.S. FIGHTING KNIVES. All five are U.S. with leather wrapped handles. All but one have metal scabbards. Two “M8” marked, two “U.S.N.”, leather scabbard no marked. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 642

643 - EARLY JAPANESE MILITIA POLE BAYONET. Bayonet is marked on hilt. Has simple wood scales with iron bolsters. Iron handguard. Wood scabbard that is cloth wrapped with metal tip. Blade measures 15-1/2”. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00 LOT - 643

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644 - LOT OF 8: FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY WAR BAYONETS. Largest: 18 - 3/4” L. All eight are socket bayonets, steel or iron. All but one have some sort of identification, maker stamp, or touch mark. All have patina, a few with some rust damage, may clean to a better grade. Blades average 14”. (Good - Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 644

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645 - RAD NAZI DRESS KNIFE. 15 - 1/2” L. This knife has a single fuller, drop point, etched 10” blade “Work Ennobles”. Has white bone scales, plated handguard with eagle head pommel. Handguard has swastika. Plated metal scabbard with decorative design at hilt and tip and original leather hanger. (Excellent). 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 645

646 - R.A.D. NAZI HEWER KNIFE. 15 - 1/2” L. R.A.D. (Reichsarbeitsdienst or Reichs Labor Service) hewer, fixed blade chopping and digging tool. Overall length is 15”, blade length is 9-3/4”. Blade is etched “Arbeit Adelt” (Labor Enables). Handle is genuine stag. Correct scabbard included. Fine example. Circa 1930’s. (Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00 LOT - 646

647 - LOT OF 2: NSKK DRESS DAGGERS. Both daggers have black enamel scabbards with nickel plated tips and throats, leather hanger, wood handle and nickel handguard and pommel, Nazi eagle with swastika (one silver and one copper), etched blades “All for Germany”. Minor dents on tips of scabbards. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

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648 - NAZI KRIEGSMARINE DRESS DAGGER. Dagger has double fullers, spear point, etched blade, “Eckhorn” marked. Blade measures 9-3/4”. Has the gold plated handguard and pommel. Pommel has eagle with swastika. White bone handle with wire wrap. Has a solid brass scabbard with dual hangers. Has the original silver braid and comes with the original lion’s head garter style nylon hangers. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 648

649 - LOT OF 2: NAZI ARMY OFFICER DAGGERS. Both daggers are triangular blades with metal scabbards with hangers, yellow grips with no wrap, oak leaf pommel with eagle and swastika handguard, and silver braids. (Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 649

LOT - 650

650 - LOT OF 4: MINIATURE NAZI DAGGERS. These Nazi miniature daggers were more likely used as decorative letter openers. The two identical ones features blue scabbards with nickel appointments, triangular blades, maker stamped, blue handle, wire wrap, swastika on handguard and pommel, total length 9-1/2”. The third has a white composite handle, no wrap, oak leaf pommel, Nazi eagle handguard, metal scabbard with double lanyard, triangular blade, not marked, measures 7-3/4”. The last knife is a Luftwaffe with no scabbard, Luftwaffe handguard with swastika pommel, 7-3/4”. Handle, pommel, and guard are a single casting. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

651 - LOT OF 2: NAZI SA DAGGERS. Both daggers are identical. Have the brown metal scabbards with nickel throat and tip, nickel and leather belt hangers. Wood handles with nickel pommel and guard, Nazi eagle with swastika inlaid in handles. Both blades etched “Alles fur Deutschland” (All for Germany), are spear point. One is manufactured by Heller and the other by Mertin. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 651

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652 - LOT OF 3: GERMAN KNIVES. The first knife is a fixed blade with single edge, wood handle, steel bolsters, copper washers, has handle accessories much like a Swiss Army knife. Blade has some pitting. Grip is excellent. 6” blade with 10-1/4” overall length. Comes in a metal scabbard with belt clip. The second gun is a fixed blade single edge knife with wood handle, three bolsters, steel guard, one maker touch mark on right side blade, and metal scabbard. 6-1/2” blade with 11” overall length. The last knife is a folding gravity blade lock knife with an additional leather tool that folds into wooden handle. 11” overall with blade extended. Has metal lanyard. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 652

653 - LOT OF 3: HITLER YOUTH KNIVES & GRAVITY KNIFE. Standard Hitler Youth knives that feature 5-1/4” blades etched “Blut und Ehre” (Blood and Honor), checkered scales, swastika inlay on right side, nickel pommel, maker marks, leather sheaths with leather hangers. The last knife is a gravity knife with 3” blade, wood handle, leather punch and swivel. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 653

654 - LOT OF 2: NAZI DRESS BAYONETS WITH ETCHED BLADES. Both bayonets are World War II Nazi. The first has stag scales, nickel handguard and pommel, etched blade “In memory of my service” crossed Mausers with infantry helmet, metal scabbard, black leather frog. the second bayonet is a short bayonet etched “In memory of my service” with black checkered composite scales, nickel hand guard and pommel, black enamel metal scabbard. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 654

655 - LOT OF 2: NAZI GERMAN DRESS BAYONETS. Both have the same etched slogan “In memory of my service time” but both have different imagery of weapons. One is an anti-aircraft while the other is a machine gun. Both knives have the back composite checkered scales, nickel pommel and handguard, black enamel metal scabbards, metal and leather frogs. Back of one is stamped “DRP”. Usual paint wear on scabbards. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

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656 - LOT OF 4: WWI U.S. BAYONETS. All knife bayonets for the 1903 Springfield or 1917 rifle. The first has a “Remington 1913/17” stamped blade, hard leather scabbard with steel throat and tip, wire hanger, wood scales, iron mounts, patina. The second has a full leather covered metal scabbard stamped “HEK 1911”, blade is stamped “SA 1906”, and has a brass hanger. Third has a leather covered steel scabbard stamped “RIA 1908” with a metal throat with steel hanger and blade stamped “SA 1908”. The last have canvas over steel scabbard with leather tip, blade is stamped “SA 1918”. Four early World War I U.S. bayonets all for different styles. (Very Good Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

657 - LOT OF 6: LATE WAR JAPANESE BAYONETS & SCABBARD. All five bayonets have wood scabbards, wood scales, iron furniture. One has leather frog and leather covered steel. These were used on the Japanese Type 38 or 99. Extra wooden scabbard. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

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658 - LOT OF 8: JAPANESE BAYONETS & EMPTY SCABBARD. Includes seven bayonets with scabbards and one extra scabbard. All date from World War II. Two have the original leather frogs. All have wood scales, steel scabbards. Each bayonet is arsenal marked. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

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659 - RARE FAYETTEVILLE BAYONET. 22 - 1/2” L. This standard military style triangular blade socket bayonet stamped “E.7” on top of the socket. Aside from some age spotting it is in excellent overall condition in the white. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

660 - LOT OF 2: WWI FIGHTING KNIVES WITH BRASS KNUCKLES. While the reproductions are often seen, original examples are quite scarce. The first knife is a U.S. Model 1918 stamped “L.F. & C.” on both brass handle and the metal sheath. Brass knuckles have beautifully aged to a dark patina. Features a double edged spear point blade that measures 6-3/4” with an overall length of 11-1/2”. The second knife has a triangular blued blade, iron handguard with ten teeth, and wooden handle with finger grooves. No visible factory stampings. Has a 9” blade, 14” overall length. Comes with original scabbard and hanger. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

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661 - LOT OF 7: ASSORTED BAYONETS. the first bayonet is a U.S. Springfield Model 1905 bayonet dated 1908 with a 16” blade, 20-1/2” overall, wood handle, clean excellent blade with some age spotting, and hardware that is brown patina. The second is a Prussian single edge sword-bayonet wit a 20-3/4”, 26” overall length, nickel plated hardware, serrated wood grips, maker stamped “G.E.”, leather scabbard with nickel accents. The third is a British fighting dirk with a cast copper handle, brass pommel, double edge, Birmingham stamp, 6-1/2” blade, 11-1/4” overall length, in excellent original leather scabbard. The fourth is a German saw-blade Mauser bayonet with 9-3/4” blade, 14-3/4” overall length, black composite grips, nickel pommel and guard, excellent unused condition, with a black enamel leather sheath and leather frog. The fifth bayonet is a small European single edge with stacking hook guard, iron furniture, wood handle, 11” blade, 14-1/2” overall length, in metal scabbard that has a dent and some rust. Sixth is a small European bayonet with a 6” blade, checkered wood stock, nickel guard and pommel, small leather sheath with leather hanger, sheath enamel is flaking, as is nickel. The last is a British Enfield No. 4 Mk II bayonet with sheath. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 662 - NAZI AFGHANISTAN AF DAGGER. 16” L. Eickhorn World War II Nazi manufactured dagger for Afghanistan Air Force. Overall length is 14-3/4”, blade length is 9-3/4”. White composite spiral handle with crown shaped pommel and a figural propeller front full guard. Correct scabbard with a double eagle and crown inside of a wreath displayed on throat. (Excellent Near Mint). 800.00 - 1,000.00

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663 - R.A.D. NAZI HEWER. 15 - 1/2” L. R.A.D. (Reichsarbeitsdienst or Reichs Labor Service) hewer, fixed blade chopping and digging tool. Overall length is 15”, blade length is 9-3/4”. Blade is etched “Arbeit Adelt” (Labor Enables). Handle is genuine stag. Correct scabbard and belt hanger included. Fine example. Circa 1930’s. (Near Mint). 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 663 664 - LOT OF 5: U.S. BAYONETS. Four bayonets are for the U.S. Springfield Model 1903. The first is stamped “RIA 1918” with canvas covered metal scabbard with leather tip. Second is “SA 1908” with leather wrapped metal scabbard with blued steel throat and belt hanger dated “RIA 1907”. Third has a green metal scabbard “US-M 1917”, blade is stamped “1917 US”. Fourth is stamped “US” with polished scales. Last is a bayonet for U.S. Model 1905/10 Ross rifle, has leather scabbard and frog, stamped “US” on face and right side of handle, also stamped on pommel “Ross Rifle Co. Quebec Pat. 1907”. (Good - Very Good). 800.00 - 1,000.00

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665 - DLV NAZI DAGGER. Push dagger with 6-3/4” blade. Stamped “GEBR. Heller”. Sterling silver hand guard and pommel with black swastika in center of handguard. Blue leather wrapped handle with matching blue leather wrapped scabbard with silver tip and hilt. Original brass hammer. Blade not etched. (Excellent). 900.00 - 1,200.00 666 - TENO NAZI DAGGER. 16” L. A scarce example of Teno enlisted man’s hewer designed for chopping and digging. Overall length is 14-3/4”, blade length is 9-3/4”. Handle is composed of white composite with plated mounts. Correct scabbard bears the No. 9945 on its throat. (Very Good Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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667 - LOT OF 3: GERMAN POLICE DRESS BAYONETS. All three bayonets are of the same similar design and feature eagle head pommels, stag scales, engraved hand guards, nickel bolsters, leather covered scabbards with nickel plated tips and throats, and original leather frogs. Blades are not etched. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,400.00

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668 - HORSTMANN BRASS HANDLED SABER BAYONET. Blade measures 21”. Has a solid brass handle and handguard. Made for a socket bayonet. Blade is excellent with a few small nicks. Brass is aged and spotted. Has a very good leather scabbard with brass tip and pommel. Solid hanger. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,400.00 LOT - 668

669 - LOT OF 3: NAZI LUFTWAFFE DAGGERS. Offered are three Nazi Luftwaffe dress daggers with hangers. All three have the original scabbard, cloth braids, and silver wire wrap. Two are handled in bone, the other is white paint. All three have swastika pommel, Luftwaffe eagle handguard, Solingen blades, and 17-1/4” overall length. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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670 - NAZI LUFTWAFFE 1ST MODEL PRESENTATION DAGGER. 19” L. A truly fine example of a 1st Model presentation Luftwaffe dagger. Blade is wonderfully inscribed and engraved. Correct scabbard and belt hanger. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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671 - LOT OF 2: 1880’S U.S. KEPI’S. (A) This is a GAR with post number and wreath front, manufactured by Reed of Philadelphia. (B) This is a Cadet model with no buttons or straps. 300.00 - 400.00

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672 - GERMAN ARMY ENGINEERS OFFICER VISOR HAT. Dark grey body, black visor, silver braid, German eagle emblem with swastika. Manufacturer label inside. Inner band near mint. Light toning to top. 500.00 - 700.00 673 - GERMAN RED CROSS OFFICERS VISOR HAT. Maker marked. IDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ed to Franz Wagner. Very good leather sweat band. Pliable black bill, dark grey body, light grey piping, metal eagle swastika red cross emblem, silver braid. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 672

LOT - 673 674 - GERMAN ARMY ENLISTED CAVALRY VISOR HAT. Grey-green body, mustard piping, metal eagle with swastika, black visor and strap, perfect leather sweatband. No maker label. Flawless wool. (Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00 675 - GERMAN POLICE SHAKO HELMET. Beautiful condition. Has the hard plastic lid, large metal eagle with swastika with upper attachment, maker decal inside, near mint leather band, blue-grey body, double vent holes. (Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00

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676 - LOT OF 2: NAZI GERMAN M43 LUFTWAFFE CAPS. Both hats are of heavy wool and satin lined. They have the Luftwaffe eagle with swastika patch and original bands. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 677 - LOT OF 3: JAPANESE ARMY/ NAVY HATS. All are World War II period. All three are soft caps. Two have yellow stars, one has the yellow Navy anchor. Navy hat has an ID patch in Japanese on the inside. One is simply stamped with black ink and the other is hand-written. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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678 - LUFTWAFFE ENLISTED VISOR MKD. TO FALLSCHUMJAGER UN This dress hat, dated 1938, remains in near mint condition with grey body, mustard color piping, Luftwaffe eagle with swastika. Visor and band are near mint. Light sweat stains in band. 700.00 - 900.00

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679 - LOT OF 2: NAZI LUFTWAFFE ENLISTED FLIGHT HATS. Both hats have dark grey body, mustard piping, eagle with swastika emblem, black visors, and black bands. Both are maker marked. One is dated 1937 and the other 1939. One is listed as Herbert Muller. Very good leather sweat bands. A little deterioration on 1937 hat. Bodies are excellent. 700.00 - 900.00 223


680 - LOT OF 2: NAZI LUFTWAFFE HATS, FLIGHT & FLAK. The first hat has a grey body, mustard trim, black visor, black band, metal eagle with swastika, manufacturer tag. IDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ed to Herbert Muller. Fine leather sweat band. Fine body. The second hat has red piping, metal eagle with swastika, maker stamped, dated 1939, excellent leather sweatband. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 LOT - 680

681 - LOT OF 2: NAZI ARMY ENLISTED/OFFICER VISOR HATS. Both hats have grey body, white piping, black visors, metal German eagle with swastika. One has leather visor band, the other has silver braid. Makers label missing from inside of one. Leather sweatband is very good. Excellent condition and form. 700.00 - 900.00 LOT - 681

682 - LOT OF 2: NAZI ARMY ENLISTED/OFFICER VISOR HATS. Both hats have grey wool body, red piping. One has metal eagle with swastika, the other is embroidered. Balck bills, silver braid on one, black leather on other. Both are maker stamped. Both have excellent to near mint leather sweat bands. Beautiful wool. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 LOT - 682

683 - LOT OF 2: NAZI GERMAN ENLISTED CAPS. Offered is a pair of soft dark grey wool caps. One has the sewn forest green label with white eagle and swastika, double button front, cloth liner. Toning and some small moth holes. The other cap has blue and green sewn insignia. Cloth lined. A few moth holes in body. (Very Good). 700.00 - 900.00

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684 - LOT OF 2: NAZI GERMAN ARMY M43 CAPS. Both are made of heavy grey wool and have the cloth eagle and swastika patches. Intact headbands. Liners are stamped. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 LOT - 684 224

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685 - LOT OF 3: JAPANESE & GERMAN WINTER SOFT HATS. The Japanese hat is a green wool with a sewn yellow star, fur lined, with Japanese writing on the inside lining, and a chinstrap. German white leather with leather bill, fur lined, has the eagle with swastika sewn on face, no chin strap. And a German green-grey wool body, eagle with swastika emblem on front, fur lined, with chin strap. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 686 - LOT OF 3: NAZI COAST ARTILLERY/ ARMY TROPICAL CAPS. All three soft hats have the German eagle and swastika patch on front. Two are green and one is tan. All fold flat and have maker stamp ID inside. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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687 - LOT OF 4: AMERICAN & JAPANESE HELMETS. All standard World War II. one of the green steel helmets has the Indian Head unit logo. Second green helmet has a red band with a liet. designation. Third U.S. helmet has the camouflage canvas cover and has “DOC” and “SAM” written in marker. The Japanese helmet is brown with the five-point star on front and Japanese writing inside. All four have the original liners. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

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688 - M42 SINGLE DECAL NAZI LUFTWAFFE HELMET. Standard World War II issue steel helmet. The left side decal has various areas of chipping and toning. Remains at about 70%. Intact leather liner and chin strap. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00 689 - PRUSSIAN ENLISTED SPIKE HELMET. This helmet remains in excellent all original condition. Perfect emblem, a little loose. A leather intact including liner, laces missing. Body is in excellent shape. No chin strap. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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690 - HEER NAZI M40 SINGLE DECAL HELMET. Standard World War II issue steel helmet. Numerous scrapes of original paint. Left decal has some chipping. Main body intact approximately 75%. Original leather lining and strap. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00 225


691 - WWI M16 CAMO GERMAN HELMET. Often referred to by collectors as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Frankenstein Helmetâ&#x20AC;? due to the large vents on both sides. Generous amounts of the camouflage painting intact. No major dents or damage of any kind. Three pad leather liner that are worn and tearing. Has remains on original leather strap, majority missing. (Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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692 - M42 NAZI SINGLE DECAL ARMY HELMET. Standard Issue steel helmet. Eagle and swastika on left side. Has sme chipping and flaking, 70% intact. Has the original leather liner and strap. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00 693 - GERMAN M42 SINGLE DECAL ARMY HELMET. Standard World War II issue in excellent condition. Left decal is near perfect, at least 90% remains. Complete leather liner with some sweat stains and original chin strap. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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694 - NAZI GERMAN M40 SINGLE DECAL ARMY HELMET. Standard World War II issue. Majority of original paint. Left decal 70% complete. Fine original leather liner and strap. (Good Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 696

695 - LOT OF 2: NAZI GERMAN FLYING HELMETS. Both helmets are soft leather. the light tan has the hard protective ear covers. The one with protective covers has a canvas lining with several manufacturers stamps in right ear. There is a red leather star on the front of the tan cap. the dark brown cap has a tan wool lining. Both helmets are in excellent pliable condition with all straps attached. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

696 - LOT OF 4: U.S. WWI DOUGHBOY HELMETS. The best helmet in the lot is the early all original hand-painted camouflage helmet that still retains the majority of the original paint, to include red, yellow, black, and green. Has the original liner and chin strap. The second helmet has the red keystone painted on left side with original liner and strap. The third helmet is a nearly identical helmet with the red keystone. The fourth helmet has the double side painting of two unit marks, with original lining but no straps. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00 226

LOT - 697 697 - PRUSSIAN GARDE OFFICERS SPIKE HELMET. Very ornate metal design on front. Hard shell, gold braid band, black visor trimmed in brass. Very good intact leather sweatband. Silk lining is stained and torn. Emblem is missing brads. Body of the hat is somewhat misshapen as if it was dented on top. Will need a little attention to make perfect. (Very Good). 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 698 698 - LOT OF 2: NAZI GERMAN AFRIKA KORPS PITH HELMETS. Interesting pair of fine condition Afrika Korp pith helmets. Hard shell. One is covered in felt and the other in canvas. Both have metal emblems, visor straps, complete liners. Do not appear to have had much wear. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00


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699 - NAZI M35 DOUBLE DECAL POLICE HELMET. This steel helmet has generous amounts of orignal luster on the outside. The red swastika flag decal exhibits chipping and some scratches, remains at approximately 60%. Left side decal is the black shield with eagle and swastika, it too has some chipping, most around border, still retains approximately 70%. In addition, it has the previous ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name sewn inside, Paul Lieschke Halle/S. (Very Good). 700.00 - 900.00 700 - NAZI GERMAN M35 DOUBLE DECAL POLICE HELMET. Standard steel World War II issue. Right decal has red shield with red and black swastika. 90% intact. Minor scratches. Left side decal has spotting with some chipping, approximately 70% intact. Complete leather liner and chin strap. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 701 - NAZI M40 LUFTWAFFE SINGLE DECAL HELMET. Fine original steel helmet with intact leather liner and chin guard. Decal on left side of helmet is free of chipping. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 702 - NAZI GERMAN M40 SINGLE DECAL LUFTWAFFE HELMET. Standard World War II issue in excellent condition. 95% decal on left side. Most of the original paint. Perfect leather liner and original chin strap. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00 703 - NAZI GERMAN M40 SINGLE DECAL ARMY HELMET. Standard World War II issue. Majority of original paint. 75% decal intact on left side. Fine original leather liner and strap. (Good - Very Good). 700.00 - 900.00

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704 - NAZI GERMAN M35 LUFTWAFFE DOUBLE DECAL HELMET. This standard issue steel helmet is in beautiful condition. Both decals remain 80-85% intact. Original lacquer on outer shell. Original leather liner and chin strap. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 705 - JAPANESE ARMY HELMET WITH COVER & NET. This is an excellent and very rare helmet with steel body. Has the tan canvas with the brown felt circular emblem with yellow star, and green netting. Original leather liner and green canvas straps intact but one. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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706 - LOT OF 2: FRENCH MILITARY UNIFORMS. Dress uniforms circa 1900. There is a short shell jacket with dark blue wool, red trim, “17” on outer lapel, nine decorative brass buttons and silk lined. Second uniform is dark blue wool, frock coat, brass buttons, insignia on lapel and three original medals attached at breast. Comes with two pairs of red pants, both wool. (Very Good - Excellent). 250.00 - 500.00

LOT - 707 707 - LOT OF 7: 3 FULL UNIFORMS WITH BOOK AND PHOTO. To include: US army tunic (dark green) all insignia badges id-ed to Henry Paul. You also have a complete set of khaki pants and shirt with all insignia Paul. Dark Blue all insignia that comes with trousers. 2 dress hats, 1 white and 1 blue. All of the items belong to lieutenant Henry Paul, with a picture of him in his complete outfit, includes a book titled “Hunter Killer” with a note stating this was dads personal favorite book. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 228

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708 - LARGE WWI 80TH DIVISION UNIFORM GROUP IN TRUNK. The metal footlocker is IDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ed to Edgar L Opal. Within the trunk is a World War I doughboy helmet with liner and painted insignia, gas mask in original bag, near mint boxed straight razor, Marbles match safe, portable shaving kit in canvas case, original pack of Camel cigarettes, two soft hats with insignia, roll of green gauze, a World War I wool blouse, tunic with all original buttons and sleeve insignia, pair of joppers, a blanket, and a very interesting bronze American Motif trench lighter. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 708

709 - LOT OF 3: CIVIL WAR PERIOD ITEMS. To include; a tin bulls - eye canteen with stopper, an enlisted U.S. belt, buckle, and cap box. An 1855 cartridge box with tin liner, but no latch. 400.00 - 600.00

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710 - LOT OF 4: WWI UNIFORMS WITH ACCESSORIES. This lot comes with a book from the effects of Private Hugh Wales, Battery E, 319th Field Artillery with the official history 82nd Division AEF, 1917-1919. Comes with a canvas OD field jacket with the New York 69th Division lapel pin, patches on both sleeves, matching joppers and a pair of canvas leggings. Gas mask in canvas bag, two wool tunics with lapel pins and original buttons, sleeve patches on both tunics, one pair of wool joppers, and an additional wool tunic with AEF patch, cross cannon patch, and joppers. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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711 - LOT OF 5: U.S. WWII UNIFORMS WITH ACCESSORIES. All five uniforms are made of wool. Each jacket is loaded with badges, pins, awards, campaigns, medals, and sleeve patches. One is an Ike jacket. Three are Marine Corp and two are Army. (Very Good Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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712 - LOT OF 5: U.S. WWII UNIFORMS WITH ACCESSORIES. All are U.S. and made of wool. All are loaded with pins, badges, medals, campaigns, and patches. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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713 - LOT OF 4: U.S. WWII UNIFORMS WITH ACCESSORIES. All uniforms are U.S. and are cotton or wool. Two are Army Air Corp. Every uniform is filled with badges, medals, campaigns, and patches. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 714 - NAZI GERMAN ARMY REVERSIBLE CAMO PARKA. Offered is a button-down German infantry reversible jacket. Winter white on one side, camouflage on the other. Hood is attached. (Very Good Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 715 - NAZI GERMAN M44 FIELD BLOUSE. This jacket is made of heavy grey-green wool. Epaulets have silver braid with blue piping and silver tack. Collar emblems intact. Pocket patch has eagle and swastika. Shows little use. (Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00 716 - NAZI GERMAN LATE WAR ARMY FIELD BLOUSE. This jacket is made out of heavy canvas. Has blue wool epaulets. All original buttons intact. Has lapel insignia, German eagle with swastika on front. Shows little use. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

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717 - NAZI LUFTWAFFE FLAK BLOUSE & SHIRT. Jacket is made of dark grey wool. Red piping on collar. Has metal insignia on collar. Luftwaffe eagle and swastika on front. All original buttons. the shirt is a tan canvas with Luftwaffe eagle with swastika. Some wear at collar and light soiling and fading. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 718 - LOT OF 2: JAPANESE FLIGHT SUITS. Both of these Japanese flight suits remain in excellent to near mint condition. Both have trousers. Jackets have waist belts. All original buttons intact. No holes. One of the belts is still wrapped in original issue paper. Neither appear to have been worn. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00 719 - CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET. This jacket is in excellent condition, made of blue wool with red piping with all but one collar button. There is a four inch area of seam separation at shoulder and has excellent original wool lining. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

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720 - U.S. CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET. This jacket is in excellent condition, made of blue wool with red piping with all but three of its original buttons (missing one collar button and one from each cuff). There is a two inch area of seam separation at shoulder and has excellent original wool lining. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

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LOT - 721 721 - AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD SWORD. 32” L. American made, has a wooden handle, it’s incised with brass guard, ball pummel, and single fuller. Overall aged patina, blade not sharpened, and no nicks. Blade measures 26”, overall length 33 - 3/4”. 100.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 722 722 - U.S. DRESS SWORD. Blade is not maker marked. No etching. Measures 30-1/4” and has U.S. eagle and flag motif brass handguard and pommel. Leather wrapped grip with wire braid. Nickel plated metal scabbard with two brass hangers and brass tip. Scabbard is excellent. No dents. (Very Good - Excellent). 150.00 - 250.00

LOT - 723 723 - U.S. 1852 NAVAL OFFICERS SWORD. 35” L. Joseph Conduits maker. Harry Gard Knox Graduate of U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1906 with paperwork. 150.00 - 300.00

LOT - 724 724 - U.S. MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICERS SWORD. 33” L. Manufactured by Vanguard of NY. Features and etched blade with patriotic motif, shark skin grip with brass blade, brass and leather sheath. In excellent to near mint condition. Blade measures 27 - 1/2”, overall is 33”. 150.00 - 300.00

LOT - 725 725 - GERMAN MODEL 1889 OFFICER’S SWORD. 41” L. Sword was manufactured by W.K. & Co., Germany. Features a steel double fuller blade that measures 34-1/4”. No rust but blade does have a few nicks. Has the brass handguard with the Prussian eagle and intertwined “W.R.” and Roman numeral “II”, which stands for Wilhelm II, Rex Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, King of Prussia. Has a brass pommel, original leather washers, shark skin handle wrapped in wire braid with the applied brass crown gilded cipher of Wilhem II. Comes in nickel plated steel scabbard with double hangers. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 726 726 - GERMAN LION’S HEAD POMMEL DRESS SWORD. This beautiful sword features solid brass handguard with crossed cannons, has a lion head on edge of handguard as well as a large lion head with ruby eyes pommel. Sharkskin wrapped handle, wrapped in braid. Excellent single fuller blade that measures 30” with nice edge. Very clean. Nickel plated iron scabbard, single hanger, with some minor freckling. (Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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LOT - 727 727 - EUROPEAN SMALL SWORD. 35”. Brass handled small sword, with etched blade, figural grip, blade lightly stained and no scabbard. This appears to be a very early fine blade sword. Etched on the upper portion of the blade, 9” to hilt. Has the brass butterfly wing handguard with solid cast handle and pommel. No maker can be found. Blade ahs some toning and pitting. Brass has aged. D guard has a man’s figure on left and right in a neo-classical pose. Appears to date 16th-17th century. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 728 728 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR EAR FRENCH SHORT SWORD. 30 - 1/2” L. Has proof marks in blade, single fuller, all patina, with no nicks, solid brass stir - up guard with leather and brass scabbard with wear and tear. Blade is 24 - 1/2”, overall is 29 - 3/4”. 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 729 729 - W.K. & C. PRUSSIAN DRESS SWORD WITH SHEATH. Blade is make stamped, double fuller, and measures 31”. Sharkskin handle with brass royal crest, brass pommel, brass handguard with royal crest, wire wrapped. Blade is near mint. Scabbard is nickel plated steel double hanger. Couple of minor dings. (Excellent). 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 730 730 - UNITED STATES NAVY DRESS SWORD. Manufactured Jacob Reeds Sons Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Blade is etched with U.S. Navy and anchor theme on both sides. Presented to H.N. Paul. Blade measures 29-3/4”. Has the U.S.N. logo brass handguard and pommel, sharkskin handle with wire wrap, and gold knot. Has chaffed leather covered metal scabbard with brass tip, two brass hangers, and sailor knot designs monogrammed on scabbard throat. (Excellent). 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 731 731 - KING WILLIAM IV ENGLISH SWORD. Blade is etched with royal crown and the monogram of King William IV (1830-1837). Single edge blade measures 32-1/4”, is etched on both sides 7” from hilt, has a loose leather washer. Brass handguard with royal monogram. Brass handle and pommel. Shark skin handle with wear and wire wrap. Has a brass scabbard with two hangers. Several minor dents and abrasions. Shark skin handle is worn through in several places. Blade has some age spotting and a few fine nicks. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 450.00

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LOT - 732 732 - LOT OF 2: CIVIL WAR ERA U.S. SWORDS. 38 - 1/4” L, 34 - 1/2” L. (A) NCO, Manufactured by Emerson & Silver of Trenton, NJ Dated 1865. DFM Inspected. No blade washer, has brass hilt guard, matching inspector on knuckle bow, has a brass and leather scabbard with crazing, blade is 32”, and overall is 38”. (B) 1840 Musicians Sword. Manufactured by Ames. JWC inspected and dated 1864. Near mint blade, comes with leather and brass scabbard that is weak at drag, 28 - 1/4” blade, 34 - 1/2” overall. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 733 733 - LOT OF 2: EARLY EDGED WEAPONS. 38” L, 20” L. (A) U.S. Model 1840 NCO Sword. Manufactured by Emerson of Trenton, NJ. DFM Inspected, 1865. Solid brass guard with clamshells. Has the Emerson and Silver brass mounted scabbard, measures 31 - 1/2” blade, 37 - 1/2” overall. (B) WWI German Butcher, manufactured by Gottleib bayonet. Metal scabbard, leather frog, dated 1914. Blade is 14 - 1/2”, overall is 19 - 3/4”. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 734 734 - JAPANESE WWII SAMURAI SWORD. 38” L. Japanese NCO Samurai sword with nice near mint numbered blade. Aluminum handle has some wear. Nice scabbard. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 735 735 - NAZI POLICE NCO SWORD. 35 - 1/2” L. Sword is manufactured by Paul Weyersberg & Co. Soligen blade, single fuller, with some heavy pitting. Blade measures 29 - 1/4”, and overall length is 34 - 1/2”. Has the black wood handle with Nazi eagle inlay, nickel hand guard, comes in a black enamel sheath, single hanger with nickel decoration. 300.00 - 500.00 236

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LOT - 736 736 - LOT OF 3: SWORDS AND NAVY PLAQUE. Largest: 40” L. A) Island Kris with wooden scabbard, Made of iron and wood with scalloped blade, 22 3/4” blade, 26” overall. B) Wood and bronze Navy plaque. C) 1852 Naval Officers Sword. Has brass hand guard with eagle, USN logo. Blade is etched A.E. Dembkowski. Has shark skin handle, with brass braid. Comes with a leather and brass scabbard and leather carrying case. All in near mint condition. Blade is 29 1/2”, overall is 35”. D) Contemporary copy of a Spanish broad sword. Near mint. 39” overall. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 737 737 - ETCHED SWORD WITH RED LEATHER SCABBARD. Very early sword with a curved etched blade that measures 32”. Blade has single fuller, several nicks, an etching of a lion with a royal crown in banner on both the hilt and the side of the handguard. All metal construction with grooved wood handle, no wrap. Rather simple construction. Reverse side of the handguard shield has two initials that look like “G.D.” but it is impossible to tell which way is up. Complete tooled and sewn leather sheath with no metal at tip or hilt. No hanger. This sword has a very Middle Eastern look about it. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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738 - LOT OF 4: EDGED WEAPONS. Item one is a U.S. Model 1902 Officer’s dress sword with etched blade, single fuller, star of David with touch mark. Made by Henry Allen of New York. Has U.S. eagle monogram with flag shield. Fine blade but has been sharpened with some age spotting. Blade measures 32”. HAs the one piece varnished walnut handle with iron guard and pommel. Metal sheath with remains on black enamel and double hangers. The second sword is a U.S. Navy etched blade dress sword with start of David touch mark, stainless blade, manufactured by

Cemsco. Blade is German import with single fuller, etched with Naval themes, and measures 26”. Solid brass handguard and pommel with U.S.N. and Naval motif. Wire wrapped shark skin handle. Leather covered metal sheath with gold plated tip and double hanger with sailor knots. The third is a European bayonet with stacking hook handguard and stamped “Steyr 1878”. Has brass pommel, two piece wood scales, “FG87008” handguard. Scabbard is No. 63260 with black enamel over metal. The last weapon of this lot is a small decorative dirk, flat sided with no maker stamp. 8” blade, iron octagon handle with decorative brass handguard. Brown patina overall. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

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739 - LOT OF 6: SWORDS. Sword A) A 1902 US Dress Sword with scabbard. Sword features the patriotic themed US etching. Blade does have a few nicks and some oxidation. Has the black composite handle with nipple hand guard. Blade is 30 inches. Overall length is 35.5 inches. The nipple plated scabbard has some oxidation. Features two hangers. Overall is in excellent condition. Sword B) A decorative broad sword. Has a 33 inch blade. 39.5 inches overall. Wire wrapped handle. Cast iron construction. Rusty patina. Crude workmanship. Sword C) European dress sword with scabbard. Solingen steel. Marketed by E. Pack and Sohn. Plated blade. Single fuller. 28”. In excellent condition. Has a wire wrapped composite grip. Nipple plated hand guard. Black enamel steel scabbard with single hanger. Paint is scratched. Overall length is 33 inches. Sword D) Unmarked US Sword with scabbard. Blade measures 31.5 inches, single fuller, nice edge but large areas of spotting. Has a leather wrapped wooden handle with chipping and is missing the braid. Has a brass pomel and hand guard. Hand guard has eagle with stars and arrows. The hilt has a flag shield. Scabbord is steel with places of trading. Brass accents, double hanger. Overall length is 37.5. Sword E) European decorative sword. Has a 32” blade. Has been polished and sharpened. Rather crude. No makers mark. Has a leather handle with loose wire wrap. Decorative brass pommel and hand guard with weld repair. Has red vinyl lining. Overall length is 40”. Sword F) Recent manufacture Japanese Samurai sword with scabbard. No markers under the handle. No markings on the blade. Blade measures 29”. Has a bronze hand guard, a white plastic handle, black cloth wrapping, black enamel, wooden scabbard missing the decoration. Measures 39”. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 740

740 - EUROPEAN SHORT SWORD. 26” L. Unsigned with the exception of the figure of a crown on blade spine. Heavy blade short sword with an overall 25” length and 18-1/4” blade length. Exceptionally heavy full iron guard, horn handle, birds head pommel, correct iron throat and tip leather scabbard. Circa 1850’s. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 741 741 - JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS SWORD. 26” blade with double fuller. Solid brass handguard and pommel, shark skin scales, wire wrap. Leather sheath with decorative brass tip and double hangers. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 742 742 - HARVEY OF LONDON REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA SWORD. 32” L. Has touch mark on blade with blood spots, a fluted ebony handle, brass pillow, pommel and guard, with original gold wash, and leather and brass tooled scabbard. 25” blade, 31” overall. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 743 743 - JAPANESE MARINE LANDING WWII SAMURAI SWORD. 38” L. Standard WWII sword has a near mint blade, cloth wrapped shark skin handle, has the menuki on both sides with olive drab scabbard and iron mounts. Blade is 27”, overall length is 38”. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 744 744 - LOT OF 3: AMERICAN SWORDS CIRCA 1850-1900. 35 - 1/4” L, 36” L, 32” L. (A) 1850 Militia Sword. Has a near mint fluted bone handle, with brass knights head pommel, brass cross guard with federal shield and elliptical blade. It has a brass and leather scabbard with repaired break in leather. Blade measures 25 - 1/2”, overall 31 - 3/4”. (B) 1880’s U.S. Model 1860 Staff Sword. Manufactured G.W. Simmons of Boston. Diamond etched blade, has turned patina, wire wrapped leather handle with eagle pommel, stand of arms guard with U.S. eagle and clamshell. Scabbard is brass mounted iron. Blade is 29 - 1/2”, overall is 35”. (C) 1852 Naval Officers Sword. Manufactured by Bresloff of Brooklyn. Has a near mint etched blade with naval motif, gold wash brass guard with USN, shark skin handle with brass wire, has the Navy eagle pommel with sword knot. Has a brass mounted leather scabbard with minor repairs and dent in drag. Blade is 31”, overall is 36 - 1/2”. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 745 745 - JAPANESE NCO SAMURAI SWORD. Serial No. 113661 on blade. Has a single fuller. Excellent blade with a few minor nicks. Blade measures 27-3/4”. Sharkskin handle with brown enameled wrap. Bronze enameled metal guard. Metal scabbard with matching serial number retains most of the original military green enamel. Single hanger. (Very Good Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 746 746 - LOT OF 3: ANTIQUE EUROPEAN SWORDS. 37 - 3/4”, 38 - 1/2”, 33” L. (A) This sword is marked, “Eisenhower”. It has a manufacturer stamp, double fuller, 32 - 1/2” blade with some oxidation, reverse side of blade is etched “E. Walther, Dresden”, overall length is 39”, has a shark skin handle with wire wrap, decorative brass hand guard and pommel with a crack repair. Dark patina, with no scabbard. (B) English 1854 pattern infantry sword. Brass hand guard with Queen Victoria monogram, shark skin handle, wire wrap, etched blade, manufactured by Hudson & Sons, London. 32” blade, overall length is 38”. Blade is a single fuller dark brown patina. Nice edge, faint etching. No scabbard. (C) 19th century English officers sword manufactured by Edward Barnes, London with scabbard. Blade is maker marked, double fuller, 27”. Features a wire wrapped handle, lions head pommel, decorative brass handguard. Comes with an iron scabbard with brass hardware and single hanger. Dark patina. 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 747 747 - NAZI GERMAN POLICE DRESS SWORD. Manufactured by “Emil Vocs” with a 31-3/4” blade with single fuller. Has a nickel plated single loop handguard. Wood handle with silver wrap and bronze Nazi eagle. Scabbard has a decorative nickel throat. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 748 748 - LATE WAR JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. The metal scabbard retains approximately 90% of the original tan enamel. Has single hanger and decorative bronze tip and throat. Sword has a sharkskin handle, cloth wrapped, leather pommel, copper handguard, and near mint sharp shiny blade that measures 27”. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 749 749 - LOT OF 2: WWII GERMAN LION POMMEL DRESS SWORDS. Both swords are nearly identical with the exception that one is larger. The larger sword features a 36” blade, single fuller, maker stamp, solid brass handguard with eagle and swastika, composite handle, wired wrapped, lion head pommel with ruby eyes. Scabbard is black enamel metal with single hanger, no dents, but some scratches to finish. Sword has some edge chipping. The smaller sword has a 30” blade, is maker stamped, the design with lions head and insignia are nearly identical. Blade is near mint. Enameled scabbard has a few minor chips. Has original cord. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 240

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LOT - 750 750 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS DRESS SWORDS. Both swords look nearly identical in design. Both have brass handguard with Nazi eagle, black composite grips, silver wire, with oak leaf design on pommel. Both have original cords, black metal scabbards with single hangers and usual scratches. Both have single fuller blades. One measures 34” the other is 32”. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 751 751 - JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Blade measures 27” with a few nicks and decorative brass handguard. Has a painted brass pommel, period handle cord, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Iron scabbard with brown enamel, decorative brass tip, and single hanger. No dents in scabbard but some loss of finish. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 752 752 - U.S. MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SWORD. Referred to by collectors as the “Old Wristbreaker”, this sword is stamped “E.S. Mfg. Co. Chicopee, Mass. 1859”. “U.S.”, and inspector mark “J.H.”. Has a 34-1/4” curved blade with single fuller. Has some finish loss and some nicks on cutting edge. Nickel plated steel scabbard still retains about 70% nickel, balance patina, double hangers and no dents. Has the brass handguard. Pommel is stamped “39” and “8”. Leather wrapped handle wrapped in brass wire with original cord. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 753 753 - WWII JAPANESE OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Features a 27” blade with a decorative brass handguard. Has the brass pommel with swivel and shark skin handle. This handle has a repair and is covered with a lace-up leather covering. Wooden scabbard with leather covering with seam separation. Has a single hanger. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 754 754 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD ENGLISH SHORT SWORD. 29 - 1/2” L. Blade is stamped with George Rexus Crown. Has single fuller blade that has been sharpened, a wood grip with brass knuckle bolt and clam shell. 25” blade, 29 - 3/4” overall. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 755 755 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN NAZI ARMY OFFICERS DRESS SWORDS. The first sword consists of the solid brass handguard with Nazi eagle and swastika with the lion head pommel and ruby eyes, black composite grip with silver wrap. Blade measures 34-1/2”. Maker marked. Has black enamel steel scabbard with no dents or rust, just some minor scratches. The second sword has the solid brass handguard with Nazi eagle and swastika, pommel is decorated with oak leaves. Black composite handle with silver wrap. Original cord. 34” blade with single fuller and maker marked. Black enamel steel scabbard with single hanger, no dents, just the usual minor scratches. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 756 756 - LOT OF 2: M1860 CAVALRY SABERS. Often referred to as the “Old Wristbreaker” these swords are identical in design. Features iron scabbards with double rings. Both are dark patina with no apparent damage. One has the original U.S. stamped brass and leather frog. Both swords have the three prong brass handguard and pommel with leather wrap and braid. Both have the original leather washers. One is stamped “U.S. 1864” with “J.C.W.” inspector stamp. the other is dated 1862 and “C.E.W.” inspector stamp. Blades measure 35”. Good tips. Minor age spotting. The 1864 does have some nicks to cutting edge. Fine pair of Civil War classic sabers. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 757 757 - WWII ERA JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 37 - 1/4” L. Blade measures 27”. Not marked. Very clean with a few age spots. Decorative solid brass handguard, metal washer, metal pommel with gold trim, shark skin handle. Handle cloth wrapped and missing bottom peg. Military dark brown enamel metal scabbard with single hanger. (Excellent). 600.00 - 900.00 242

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LOT - 758 758 - JAPANESE DRESS SWORD. 26” blade with brass hilt, solid brass handguard and pommel, shark skin handle, wire wrap. Has a nickel plated iron scabbard with double hanger and no dents, but does have some finish flaking. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 759 759 - JAPANESE WAKIZASHI SWORD. 18-1/2” blade with some age spotting. Enameled brass handguard and pommel. Shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Has a wooden scabbard with gold decorations in near mint condition with period cord. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 760 760 - JAPANESE WAKIZASHI SWORD. 20-3/4” blade with iron handguard, copper pommel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped with seam separation in shark skin. Has an enameled wood scabbard with some finish loss and chipping. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 761 761 - WWII JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Blade measures 27” with a decorative brass handguard. Has a painted brass pommel with swivel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Some wood damage to handle can be seen on left side with some loss on shark skin covering. Iron scabbard with green enamel, decorative brass tip and throat, and single hanger. Minor paint loss. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 762 762 - WWII JAPANESE OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Blade measures 27” with a decorative brass handguard. Has a painted brass pommel with swivel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Iron scabbard with green enamel, decorative brass tip and throat, and single hanger. One dent and minor paint loss. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 763 763 - JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Features a 28-3/4” blade with a plain iron handguard. Has the brass pommel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Wooden scabbard with leather covering has a single hanger. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 764 764 - WWII JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Features a 27” blade with a few minor scratches and decorative brass handguard. Has the brown enameled brass pommel with swivel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Metal scabbard with leather covering has some flaking. Has a single hanger with a period frog. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 765 765 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD SWORD. 31” L. Probable American manufacturer. The blade is a deep, dark brown patina with numerous edge nicks, solid brass stir - up guard with lion head pommel, and burl walnut handle, has brass and leather scabbard. 25” blade, and 30” overall. 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 766 766 - JAPANESE WAKIZASHI SWORD. 15-1/2” blade with double fullers. Has a scored throat, enameled iron handguard and pommel, shark skin handle, and cloth wrapped. Has a decorated leather covered wood scabbard that is missing plaque. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 767 767 - WWII JAPANESE NAVY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD. Features a 27” blade with a decorative brass handguard. Has the brown enameled brass pommel with cloth swivel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Metal scabbard with leather covering has a single hanger with a period handle cord. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 768 768 - LOXHAM ROYAL EXCHANGE ENGLISH SWORD. 39” L. Sword has the George Rexus Stamp. Etched blade, regiment marked on throat, blade is patina, bone handle, with brass guard and pommel, has a very fragile leather scabbard with brass. The sword dates to early 19th century. Blade measures 32”, overall 38”. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 769 769 - NAZI LUFTWAFFE DRESS SWORD. 36 - 1/4” L. This beautiful sword was manufactured by E & F Horster. Has a Solingen blade, has acceptance mark, blade is near mint and measures 25”. Has the nickel silver hand guard with leather handle, silver wrap, and Nazi Swastika on hilt and pommel. Has a blue leather wrapped metal scabbard, with double hanger. Overall length is 36”. Both the sword and scabbard are numbered but not matching. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 770 770 - LOT OF 3: U.S. CIVIL WAR PERIOD SWORDS. 36” L., 41” L., 38” L. (A) U.S. Model 1850 foot officer’s sword. Has a weak etched blade with eagle motif, has a shark skin grip with brass wire wrap and original washer. Manufactured by Ames. Has a black enamel metal scabbard that is missing the top of the throat. Blade measures 30”, total length is 36”. (B) Model 1840 Import with Solingen blade stamped RNC. Overall patina with brass hand guard and pommel, has an excellent buffed washer and iron scabbard. 35” blade, 40 - 1/2” overall. (C) 1840 U.S. Artillery Sabre. The blade is clean but has been re stamped. Has a brass D yard, leather washer, leather grip with wire wrap, scabbard is iron and re-nickled and has two rings. Blade is 32 - 1/4”, overall is 37 - 3/4”. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 771 771 - LOT OF 3: GERMAN IMPERIAL SWORDS. The first sword is an etched blade Italian marked No. 13 maker stamped with owner’s name engraved on top flat (W. Raumelster). Blade is in near mint condition with single fuller and 32-1/2”. Nickel plated handguard and pommel, shark skin handle, and wire wrap. Has a black enamel metal scabbard with single hanger, some finish loss, but no dents. The second sword is a pearl handled dress sword with brass lion head pommel with lion head handguard and Imperial crown applied to pearl. Has a maker marked etched blade that is inscribed. Blade has octagon cuts and no fuller. Measures 33”. Has the original knot with imperial crown. Chaffed leather scabbard with brass throat and tip. The last sword has a nickel plated handguard with incised Prussian eagle, iron pommel, black composite grip. Blade is maker marked, has an etched military scene with slogans, and is marked “Regiment No. 12”. Single fuller blade measures 30-3/4”. Metal scabbard with single hanger. Overall patina. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 772 772 - JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD IN STORAGE MOUNTS. 25-1/2” blade with crude wood handle with single peg. Wood scabbard. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 773 773 - WWII JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. Blade measures 27-1/2” with a decorative brass handguard. Has a painted brass pommel with swivel, shark skin handle, cloth wrapped. Iron scabbard with brown enamel, decorative brass tip, and single hanger. No dents in scabbard but some loss of finish. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 774 774 - JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 25” blade with brass hilt, iron handguard, brass pommel, shark skin handle, and cloth wrap. Wooden scabbard has highly unusual pattern that looks like thousand of little inlays of white shell. Missing hanger. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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775 - FORESTER’S EICHHORN TRIPLE ETCHED HUNTING SWORD. 17 - 1/2” L. A truly magnificent example of a German hunting sword. Overall length of 16-1/2” with a blade length of 10-1/4”. Blade is profusely etched with hunting scenes on both sides. Handle is genuine stag with nickel silver mounts. Lavish embellishments of oak leaves and acorn on crown. Center of handle bears a copper Nazi sporting emblem. Curved quillion cross-guard terminating in deer hooves, complete with center engraved shell guard. Correct scarce green scabbard with nickel silver throat and tip. A better example of a hunting sword would be hard to find. (Near Mint). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 776 776 - KING LUDWIG DRESS SWORD. 36” L. This sword was obtained from King Ludwig’s castle by O.S.S. officer in charge and base at the castle. Post-war procurement of civilian weapons and was consigned by said officer. the blade was fire blued and etched in gold. Has “King Ludwig” monogram with crown. Hilt is stamped “G.W.”. 9” of blade from hilt is fire blued, balance polished. Blade measures 30”. Has solid brass handguard and pommel with tight wire bead wrap over metal. Scabbard is soft leather with brass tip and throat with single stud hanger. (Excellent - Near Mint). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 777

777 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PALMETTO 1840 SWORD. 43” L. The hilt is stamped “Columbia, SC” and the blade has not been sharpened. No nicks. Has brown patina with a single fuller. Also has an aged brass hand guard, handle is leather wrapped with braid, iron scabbard that is a dark brown patina with two rings. The blade measures 36” and the overall length is 42”. Very scarce, all original, untouched Confederate sabre. Referred to as an enlisted man’s sabre. This type sword is featured Albaugh’s Book and is attributed to the Palmetto Armory contract. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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LOT - 800

800 - (A) GERMAN MODEL 71 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 12172. Caliber 11x60 mm, Barrel length 33.56”. This Model 1871 was manufactured in 1877 and is dated on right side. Manufactured at the Amberg Arsenal. Barrel, frame, stock, and rear barrel band are 12172, bolt is 82340. Top of buttplate is stamped “B2 AF 10130”. Right side of stock is stamped “1 13”. Stock has imperial stamps at the heel. Middle barrel band is stamped “4.934”. This rifle was officially adopted by Prussia on February 14, 1872. This rifle has a storied history. Features a full length walnut stock, no handguard, three barrel bands, original rod, military sight, straight bolt, brass trigger guard and sling swivels. Rifle was finished in the white and is now a soft grey patina. Stock is excellent with a couple minor dings. Rifle also comes with an original bayonet with brass handle manufactured by Simson Suhl. The handguard and brass throat on scabbard have matching number 17.R.1.56. Bayonet and scabbard are in excellent condition. Strong, clean, rifled bore. Perfect action. Extremely fine condition early rifle with nearly all matching numbers. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 801

801 - (A) GERMAN MODEL 71 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 93370. Caliber 11x60 mm, Barrel length 33.56”. This Model 1871 was manufactured in 1881 and is dated on right side. Manufactured at the Amberg Arsenal. Barrel and frame are 93370, bolt is 79478. Top of buttplate screw is stamped “9478”. Regiment marks on back of buttplate “B2R1”. Middle and rear barrel bands are stamped “79478”. Trigger plate screws are stamped “9478”. This rifle was officially adopted by Prussia on February 14, 1872. This rifle has a storied history. Features a full length walnut stock, no handguard, three barrel bands, original rod, military sight, straight bolt, brass trigger guard, and sling swivels. Rifle was finished in the white and is now a soft grey patina. Stock is excellent with usual minor dings. Rifle also comes with an original bayonet with a brass handle manufactured by Gebr. Weyersberg. The handguard and brass throat on scabbard have matching number 134R.S.22. Bayonet and scabbard are in excellent condition. Strong, clean, rifled bore. Perfect action. Extremely fine condition early rifle. 600.00 - 900.00

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802 - (A) FRENCH CHASSEPOT MAUSER RIFLE & SHELL JACKET Serial No. 90385. Caliber 11x60Rmm, Barrel length 31 1/2”. Manufactured at the St. Dennis Arsenal in 1881, dated on right side of frame. Stock is stamped “128”. Bolt and handle are number “67158”. Military style rear sight. Metal is mix of silver and blue patina. Brass tip rod on side and the barrel fitted for a bayonet lug. Stock is very good to excellent with the usual dings. Screw heads are mis-numbered. Brass trigger guard. Fine action and very good rifle bore. Comes with an original black, French military tunic with silver buttons. Jacket is stamped “Paris” on the inside, dated 1913. Has all of the original silver buttons with embroidered sleeve stripes. Quite an ensemble. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 803

803 - (M) UBERTI HENRY LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. H00296. Caliber .44 W.C.F., Barrel length 24”. Uberti reproduction of the famous Henry repeating rifle marketed by Navy Arms. Features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, ladder rear sight, case colored frame, oil finish walnut stock with rifle butt. Near new inside and out. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 804 804 - (A) E. L. PANCOST PA FULL STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. Barrel length 35-1/2” Caliber. .36 percussion. Elizabeth Pancost built this fine PA rifle during the early to mid-19 century. This rifle exhibits one of the finest incited curly maple stocks we have come across. Instead of an iron rib this rib is part of the stock and has decorative circles with borderline incisions beautiful dark patina with lovely stripped pattern, has an engraved back lock action made by Goulcher, engraved hammer, has an intricate brass patch box with simple brass butt plate, toe plate and trigger guard, has set trigger, 3 brass retaining brass thimbles, brass nose cap, barrel has 4 retaining pins, has an engraved German nickel palm plate. Typical PA left side cheek piece with nickel silver plaque, all iron furniture is a brown patina, and top of barrel is maker stamped twice sports a rear drift sporting sight, dove tail rear sight. The only flaws are two holes at tang and barrel breach for long range sight brass trap door slightly bent, very handsome PA rifle. 600.00 - 900.00

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805 - (A) REMINGTON NO. 2 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Serial No. 4351. 26” barrel in caliber .22 rimfire. Offered is an excellent, all original No. 2 sporting rifle. The full octagon barrel is a pleasing blue mixed with soft patina, razor sharp edges, and sharp legends. Standard sporting sights. Has the octagon cut frame, walnut forend with Schnauble in ebony, walnut buttstock with S-curve buttplate, fire blue hammer and block, and case colored frame. Top of barrel is stamped “Remington Arms Co., Ilion, NY”. Left side of frame has the six-line patent. Case colors have light brown patina. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with original finish and no cracks or chips. Rifling visible but not good. Fine action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 806 806 - (A) HIGH COND. US SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 532052. 32-5/8” barrel in caliber .45-70. This is a lovely standard Model 1884 with the ramrod bayonet, standard front sight, 1884 rear sight marked “R” for rifle. Blue is a nice mix of blue and soft patina. Left side of barrel has the “VP” eagle head proof. Block is stamped “U.S. Model 1884” and retains approximately 70% case colors. Lock is stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. One piece walnut stock is excellent to near mint with a razor sharp S.W.P. 1891 cartouche (Samuel Porter). Buttplate is stamped “U.S.” along with unit number “11 S.C. (South Carolina) 78”. Sideplate has approximately 40% finish. Action is perfect. Near mint bore. Very nice high condition Model 1884 rifle. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 807 807 - (A) PAIR OF MID-19TH CENTURY SMOOTH BORE FIREARMS. NSN. The first gun is a double barrel, 12 bore, half stock, percussion, double hammer, side plates, walnut, double trigger, engraved brass trigger guard, smooth steel butt plate. Metal is brown patina with age freckling and some minor corrosion at breach. Stocks are very good, no major cracks. Perfect working order. the second gun in this lot is a half stock, smooth bore, fowling piece with a 39-1/2” half octagon barrel. Browned finish, stamped “London” on top. Finely engraved lock and hammer. Nickel silver engraved trigger guard. Has engraved patch box at butt. Checkered wrist. Excellent wood with no cracks in extremely fine original condition. Both guns date to 1840’s-50’s. The first gun is not marked. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 808 808 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 357297. Barrel length is 32-5/8”, caliber is .45-70. This rifle has the readily apparent internal rod bayonet system with the covered sight hood. Has the 1884 rear sight. Block is stamped US model 1884, both barrel bands are stamped U, 60-80% original blue finish. Barrel is basically blue mixing with patina and some light age freckling. Left side of barrel has VP proof with eagle. There are a couple of mars on barrel, the rear sight has altered/removed. No visible colors on block. Side plate is stamped US Springfield with eagle. Walnut stock is excellent, has a crisp SWP 1891 cartouche on left side with the cursive P in oval under wrist. Trigger guard is a mix of blue and brown patina. Has a period original leather sling with single brass frog. Buttplate stamped US, strong clean bore and perfect action. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 809 809 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 348618. Barrel length is 32-5/8”, serial number is 348618, caliber is .45-70. This is an excellent example of an original 1884 trapdoor rifle. Barrel retains approximately 80% original blue mixing with brown patina. Two barrel bands are brown patina. Has the 1884 rifle sight, left side of barrel has the VP eagle proof. Block is stamped US model 1878. Case colors has darkened, side plate is stamped US Springfield with eagle which has darkened with hammer. Trigger guard is approximately 60% original blue, has swing swivels, has period correct leather sling, original walnut stock is excellent, has a cursive proof P on oval on wrist. Cartouche on left side is stamped SWP 1886 (Sam Porter). Has a US stamped buttplate, stocks are excellent with no cracks, original finish. Barrel band retain fire straw colors. Strong rifle bore with minor black powder abrasion. Even the stock screws retain some original factory blue. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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810 - (A) CUSTOM WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 200821B. 20” barrel in .38-40 caliber. Manufactured 1886. This rifle has been customized: the full octagon barrel has been cut to 20”; magazine has been shortened to 2/3 magazine. Features original sights, strong legends, re-blued side plates. Frame and barrel are a soft grey patina with some wiped-on added finish. Stocks are excellent, finished added but not over sanded. Very good rifled bore with minor abrasion. Fine action. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 811 811 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR MODEL 1888 Serial No. 133838. Caliber .45-70 government, Barrel length 32” 5/8”. Often referred to as the ram rod bayonet model as well as the Model 1889, this rifle was manufactured from 1889 to 1893. The breech block is stamped “U.S. Model 1884”. The rear barrel is stamped with the letter “A”. The lock plate is stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. Left side of barrel is stamped with the “V.P.” proof and eagle head. Has the standard 1884 rear sight and standard ram rod bayonet locking system. Two barrel bands both stamped “U”. The buttplate is stamped “U.S.” and is unit marked 52 1st SEP CO. Right side of stock is unit stamped “52 1 Wayne 159”. Left side of the stock has a visible “S.W.P. 1891” cartouche for Samuel Porter. Has an original leather sling. Left side of stock is also stamped “Wayne 159”. All metal surfaces are smooth pleasing blue brown patina. Stock is very good to excellent with no cracks but does have numerous dents and bruises. Action is fine. Strong clean rifle bore. An extremely nice, all original, unit marked, late Indian rifle. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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812 - (M) TAYLOR REPLICA MODEL 1874 SHARPS SPORT RIFLE. Serial No. SH8234. Caliber .45-70, Barrel length 32”. Offered is a very fine, high quality reproduction manufactured by Taylors and Co/Armi Sport, Italy. This rifle features a blued full octagon barrel with Sharps Lawrence rear sight, globe front sight, case colored frame, hammer and lever. A quality long range adjustable tang sight. Military style case colored butt plate. Oiled finish straight grain walnut stock. Stock is excellent with a couple minor scuffs. Barrel and frame retains almost all the original finish. Fine bore and action. Very handsome 1874 rifle. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 813

813 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 348383B. Manufactured 1889. Standard rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stocks, rifle butt. Front sight replaced. Sporting rear sight. Entire rifle has been refinished, metal is a soft blue, stocks are refinished and are now a bit shy to metal. Action is fine. Strong rifle boar, very handsome rifle as redone. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 814

814 - (A) EVANS SPORTING .44 RIFLE. Serial No. F23. Evans Repeating Rifle was manufactured in Mechanic Falls, Maine 1873-1879. This is a new model rifle, approximately 3,000 manufactured from 1877-1879. Features a 30” barrel, this was the largest capacity repeater of it’s time, holding a 28 shot capacity, has a swivel in butt, has a walnut forend and butt stock, has a folding ladder rear sight, dove tail front, metal surfaces retain 95% of their period reapplied blued finish, walnut stocks are excellent as refinished to near mint condition. Action is fine, near mint bright shiny boars. This is unusual model that is stamped Evans Sporting Rifle on top of barrel. It is believed these were assembled with parts on hand after company entered bankruptcy. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 815

815 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 238812B. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Manufactured in 1887, this is a standard Third Model Winchester. Features full round barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stock, rifle butt. Rifle retains 95% of the reapplied blue finish. Sharp legends. Refinished stocks are excellent, a bit shy at wrist, a small chip on left forearm. Strong rifled bore. Perfect action. 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 816 816 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1896 KRAG RIFLE. Serial No. 53656. 30” barrel in .30-40 Krag caliber. Left side of stock has a visible “J.S.A. 1896” cartouche with script “P” at wrist. Walnut stocks are original, good condition, with no cracks. 1901 front and rear sights. Barrel and bands are a soft brown patina. Frame, sideplate, and magazine are a blue-brown-grey mix. Fine action. Strong clean bore. Very nice all original 1896 Krag rifle. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 817 817 - (A) MARLIN BLACK POWDER MODEL 1893 RIFLE. Serial No. 329209. 26” barrel in .32-40 caliber. Often referred to as a “B” Model, it is stamped for black powder only. Standard features include 26” part octagon barrel, half magazine, Marlin logo black composite buttplate, no bullseye, nice case colors on hammer and lever. Barrel and magazine retain approximately 50%-60% original blue finish mixing with patina. Has a Hepburn type receiver sight. These all blued models were often designated B models made for black powder. Frame retains approximately 60% original blue finish. Stocks are excellent, slightly shy to metal, having been refinished at one time. Fine action and bore. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 818 818 - (A) CIRCA 1770’S DUBLIN CASTLE MUSKET. NSN. Caliber .80 bore, Barrel length 42-1/4”. The lock on this flintlock is marked “Dublin Castle” with a “G.R.” and a crown. This rifle is all original and untouched. Features a brass butt plate, trigger guard and side plate, four brass retaining rod thimbles and an original type ramrod. The one piece walnut stock is in very good condition with the usual dings and is in the Brown Bess style. Features a late model third type side plate and an ordnance style lock with a non-regulation trigger guard and no arsenal marks. Missing the sling swivels. All hardware is a soft original patina and the last 4” of the barrel shows evidence of bayonet wear. This is a beautiful untouched example. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 819 819 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1855 RIFLE. NSV. 40” barrel in .58 caliber. This is an interesting Model 1855. Made for the New Jersey militia and so stamped on the left side of the barrel. Private contract rifle. Rifle is stamped “Remington, Ilion, NY 1858 U.S.”. Buttplate is stamped “U.S.”. Top tang is stamped “1858 G”. Left side of barrel has an “L.S.” stamp with a touch mark and “S”. Perfect cartouche on the left side of the stock. Has the Maynard tape primer system. Gun was finished in the white and is extremely clean with some usual age spotting. Near mint rifled bore. Wood is in excellent to near mint condition. This is an extremely rare Remington New Jersey militia contract Model 1855 rifle that has seen little to no use. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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LOT - 820 820 - (A) SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 OPEN TOP RIFLE. Serial No. 1578. Caliber .45-75 W.C.F., Barrel length 28”. Offered is a standard early 2nd year production, first model, open top, centennial rifle, manufactured in 1877. Features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stock and crescent butt plate. These early open tops generally saw very heavy use and are scare today in any condition. This example is no exception. The barrel is a brown patina with sharp legends. The frame has silvered out with age spotting and minor erosion. Original sights. Stocks are very good. Forend has repaired crack with numerous dents. Butt stock has a crack on the left side, open grain and dents. Was freshened up at one time and is a bit shy at tang. Action is fine, very good rifling. Bore has ring 3” from muzzle. Scarce Wild West survivor. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 821

821 - (A) RARE 1ST WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 CARBINE MUSKET. Serial No. 22461. Caliber .44-40 W.C.F., Barrel length 20”. This is the first and only example of this rare saddle ring carbine musket that we have ever seen or heard of. Factory research states the following: Type: Carbine Barrel: Musket Alt.: March 7, 1897 Shipped: March 10, 1879 For all intense and purposes it is simply a Winchester Model 1873 1st model carbine with thumb print dust cover. Features the full magazine, two barrel bands, the front barrel band has integral sight, carbine butt stock, saddle ring and stud, but the forend measures 16-1/4” and has the appearance of a small musket. All metal surfaces are a grey patina, having seen much use. Markings on barrel are no longer visible. Edges are rounded. Lever screws have been replaced. Trigger retaining screws have been replaced. Has the military style folding two leaf sight. Wood is very good, a bit shy at tang, has a 4” hairline crack on left side with normal wear. Very good rifle bore with usual abrasions, action is fine. Very unusual and unique 1st Model 1873 carbine. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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822 - (A) COMMITTEE OF SAFETY REVOLUTIONARY WAR MUSKET. NSN. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel length 45 7/8”. This Revolutionary War musket was built in the style of a U.S. Committee of Safety. The musket sports an American made stock with British pattern hardware that was possibly American made. It has an English trade lock, the front brass trumpet is a reproduction, the ram rod is period, has swing swivels, three original brass retaining thimbles, brass trigger guard, brass butt plate, brass thumb plate. Stock is original, untouched with a wood splice repair at tang as well as a spliced forend 17” from the brass cap. This is typical Revolutionary War American assembled Minute Man musket using trade arts and American made parts patterned after British rifles. Brown Bess style butt stock. A very historic piece in as found condition. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

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823 - (A) SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 S.R.C. Serial No. 96519. .38-56 WCF caliber with a 22” barrel. Manufactured in 1895. Standard Winchester Model 1886 Saddle Ring Carbine that remains in original condition. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, carbine post front sight, carbine folding ladder rear sight, walnut stocks, and carbine butt with saddle ring and stud. Barrel and tube have turned a pleasing grey-brown patina with razor sharp legends. Front barrel band is missing the set screw. Rear barrel band screw is marred. The case colored frame has turned silverynickel. 30% original blue on bolt. No visible colors on hammer or lever. Original wood stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal, with original finish, and no cracks. Missing a 1” sliver at left tang, forend has some dents and initials carved on left side. There is a light dent on the frame at loading gate. Fine action. Strong rifled bore with light black powder abrasion. Lovely all original and scarce ‘86 Carbine. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 824

824 - (A) ANTIQUE BRASS BARREL BLUNDERBUSS. NSV. 14-1/4” part octagon brass barrel. Three distinct proof touch marks on left flat. Has brass buttplate and sideplate. Original flintlock. Has two brass retaining thimbles, brass trigger guard, original brass tipped ramrod. Small chip of wood missing behind hammer. Wood is otherwise excellent. Brass has been cleaned. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 825

825 - (A) THOMAS WORMS SCHUETZEN RIFLE. Serial No. 10856. Caliber bore diameter .32, Barrel length 29”. Unarguably the German made single shot Schuetzen rifles of the late 19th century exhibit some of the finest workmanship, in both in wood and metal, of any weapon ever manufactured. Each rifle is hand crafted to the customer’s specialized order and features the highest quality woodworking and metal smithing at the time. This fine single shot, target rifle is no exception and is exquisite in machining, carving and finish. This rifle features, blued octagon barrel, full matted rib, maker legend on top, has a ramp front sight and globe, no rear barrel sight. A finely machined fully adjustable lollipop style rear tang sight that is a engineering marvel of machining. It features a lever activated, martini style, drop down block. Frame and lever are case colored with light engraving, retaining approximately 75% original color with all German proofs. Forend has an under lever release. Full adjustable double set triggers. This is a very rare take down model. Rear lever allows the complete take down of frame from barrel. The exquisite oil finish walnut stocks features fine incisions on forend, finely checkered wrist and an extreme rollover cheek piece for right handed shooter. Right side of stock has a finely checkered carved floral panel, incision border and a carved right handed thumb rest which is part of the stock. Also features a case colored Swiss butt plate. Stock is in excellent condition. Overall truly a work of art as much as a firearm. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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826 - (A) J.D. DOUGALL .750 DOUBLE EXPRESS RIFLE. Serial No. 3586. Cal .750 Express, Barrel length 26”. JD Dougall and Son operated their gun shop in London at 59 St. James St, beginning in 1869. Where they patented the lock-fast action. In 1872 they were appointed makers to the Prince of Wales and sometime soon after were appointed makers to the Duke of Edinburgh (Alfred). They boasted of these accolades but way of stamping “Makers to the Duke of Wales” with his feathered crest on top of rib and frame. On left side of frame is stamped “By special warrant to H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh” which would indicate that this rifle was made sometime after 1872. This is one of the largest caliber S/S double express rifle ever manufactured and were popular in the UK market. The famous big game hunter Frederick Selous took a total of 78 elephants with this type of weapon between 1874-1876. The brass case measures over 3-1/2” and the lead projective weight 1200 grains. This rifle was one of a brace of weapons as it is numbered 1 on the top rib. Features a 1/2” matted center rib with a single blade front side and an engraved 3 leaf express folding rear sight marked “150”, “200”, “250”. Features engraved double hammers, engraved side plates and frame with double safeties and right side release. Double triggers, checkered walnut stocks with solid rubber recoil pad. Rear stock has been stored or replaced and has a more modern sling eye. Forearm is original, checkering is worn. Metal has been refinished and shows some light salt and pepper under reapplied finish. Fine rifled bores, fine action. Extremely handsome and scarce .750 short barrel express double rifle, deeply rooted in British 19th century big game hunting lore. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 827

827 - (A) GERMAN FALLING BLOCK SCHUETZEN RIFLE. Serial No. 742. Caliber .36 (possible .38-55), Barrel length 30”. This ornate single shot target rifle was awarded to the winner of a rifle contest to a member of the 15th infantry regiment and presented to him in 1894, all engraved on the right side of the butt plate. The rifle is manufactured in Germany. Top of barrel is silver inlay “G. Stirgplp Jun. Dhuurhp..” Has a full octagon barrel with no provision for a rear sight, front sight slot is empty. Each barrel flats are stamped “Stahl & Ouss”. There is platinum and engraving inlays on top of barrel flat. Action is a martini type falling block, beautifully engraved with scroll and floral motif with traces of original case colors. The lever, bottom of receiver and both tangs are engraved in similar fashion, Rear tang target sight is a machining marvel. The Schuetzen style checkered walnut stock is beautifully checkered and carved with large antlered game on left side. The heavy Swiss butt plate is engraved and retains generous amounts of case color. Sling swivels, double set triggers, wood stocks are in excellent condition with no cracks. Near mint bore and action. Outstanding presentation/ award rifle in fabulous condition. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 828

828 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 CALIBER RIFLE. Serial No. 252296B. 24” barrel in caliber .44-40. Manufactured 1889. Offered is a fine, clean, all original .44 caliber Third Model 1873 that features full octagon barrel; full magazine; knife blade front sight; semi-buckhorn rear sporting sight; blued finish with case colored frame, lever and hammer; walnut stocks; and rifle butt. The barrel and tube are a smooth brown patina. Frame retains 15-20% case colors, balance having darkened with traces on hammer. Walnut stocks are excellent, all original, proud to metal. Has a perfect action. Super nice bore. Extremely clean case colored .44 caliber 1873. Factory letter confirms that this rifle was shipped on October 22, 1888 just as this rifle remains today with the case hardened frame listed. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 260

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829 - (A) W. KAVANAUGH & SON DUBLIN 4 - BORE MARKET GUN. NVS. Caliber .4 bore, Barrel length 41-1/2”. W. Kavanaugh and Sons were both gun makers and retailers from 1796-1928 at their shop at 12 Dame St, Dublin. They are recorded in 1881 with the addition of Sons in their trade label. This single shot under lever, break open, 4 bore, is what is referred to as a market gun as they were manufactured for the sole purpose of killing as many wild fowl as possible with a single shot. These guns saw wide usage in the Chesapeake Bay in the pursuit of ducks and geese until outlawed in the 1890’s. The 4 bore used the brass cartridge case that measured 4” and could shoot either a single 3-1/2 oz ,1500 grain slug but were most often used with lead shot. This single shot cannon utilized an under lever that allowed the barrel to tip up to accept the cartridge. The barrel is a dark brown patina and stamped with maker legend on top. Frame features light border and scroll engraving. Single exposed engraved hammer on right side with engraved lock and makers legend. Checkered walnut stock and forend with barrel wedge and horn forend tip. Missing the pistol grip cap. All metal is a brown patina. Original stocks are very good with no cracks. Original red rubber recoil pad has deteriorated. Very good clean bore. 1-3/4” sliver of wood missing on left side forend at frame. Very handsome and extremely hard to fine, 4 bore, market gun that is forever embedded in the folk lore of water fowl hunting in the early days before game restrictions. 3,500.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 830

830 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1795 FLINTLOCK. NSV. Caliber .69, Barrel length 44-1/2”. Lock is dated 1809, stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. Barrel has inspector stamp on top. Has eagle head “V.P.” on left side of barrel. All iron hardware. Three bands. Original ramrod. Missing front sling swivel. Buttplate is stamped 1808. Stock has numerous inspector marks. Butt and forearm have a “U.B.” in two places, extremely deep, and there are four what look to be names stamped in as well. This rifle is in the kind of condition collectors love with deep, dark patina, never cleaned, and usual pitting and pan. Wood has some hairline chips and small cracks on forend. Rare survivor. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 831

831 - (A) HIST. DOC. SHARPS NEW MOD 1864 PERC. CARBINE Serial No. 88615. Caliber .52 percussion, Barrel length 22”. Offered is a standard Civil War era U.S. issued saddle ring carbine. Has a pronounced barrel legend. Features the Lawrence stamped folding carbine ladder rear sight. Has the tape priming system. Proper legends on right and left sides of frame are sharp. All metal is dark brown patina. Wood is good missing two chips at top tang. Loose at frame. Grain separation. Numerous dings. Saddle bar and ring are missing. No visual cartouche. Fine working order, strong rifle bore with black powder abrasion. According to the factory Springfield research letter, this carbine was delivered to the U.S. War Office on October 2, 1863. It was recovered on the front door steps of the Best family farm the morning after the Battle of Monocacy River during the Civil War. It remained in the Best family until several years ago when it was obtained by a collector in Montgomery County, Maryland. The carbine was on loan to and on display by the United States Park Service at the Monocacy River Park south of Frederick, Maryland. This is the only carbine that Springfield Research has found with a history related to the famous battle that saved Washington. This is an exceptional factory documented Civil War chipped and used Sharps carbine recovered from a noted battle, de-accessed from a Maryland museum. Rarely does a collector get a chance to find a Sharps documented from a Civil War battle. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

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832 - (A) FRENCH CHARLEVILLE U.S. SURCHARGED MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel length 44-7/8”. Offered is a rare Revolutionary War French musket that bares the remnants of the U.S. States surcharge stamp on the bottom of forend, it is obviously a period attempt to remove the government markings. Original Flintlock with the Charleville stamp, three band, left side plate stamped “PA”, has the Charleville “D” inspector stamp on stock as well as the lock. Rod is period but has been shorted and is the incorrect pattern. Top of the barrel is stamped “PA” as well. All original iron furniture including the rear sling swivel (front is missing) is a dark brown untouched patina. The stock is very good, as found, with chipping at the right plate, a 1-1/2” crack at the left plate and some chipping at the right forearm. All original, honest, clean Revolutionary War musket. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 833

833 - (A) FRENCH TULLE ARSENAL REVOLUTIONARY WAR MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel Length 42”. Typical of the French rifles imported to the U.S. The lock was manufactured at the Tulle arsenal in France. The musket features 1763 original lock and barrel bands. It is in the original Flintlock configuration, sports a British sea service patterned hammer, probably American restock. an altered 1763 barrel, missing the ramrod guide between the front and the middle bands, has original style ram rod, original swing swivels, all iron furniture is a dark patina with remnants of applied lacquer to the side plate C. B. Stock has Brown Bess contour, right side of stock has several period stress cracks that have been there for centuries. Honest un-messed with musket used by the colonies in the Revolutionary War. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 834

834 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 54795. 20” barrel in caliber .44 rimfire. Manufactured 1870-71. Features full magazine, two barrel bands, post front sight, two leaf folding rear sight, walnut stocks, brass frame, saddle ring and stud, and carbine buttplate. The brass frame has never been cleaned. Retains its deep mustard color so desirable by collectors. Balance of metal is a dark blue-brown patina. Barrel address is readable for the most part, but faint. Forend is very good, has a 3/4” hairline crack at front, two grooves from removing rear band, and right side hairline crack to band. Buttstock is very good, shy to metal at wrist. Tang screw is marred. Stock and forend have been freshened up and lightly refinished. Action is fine. Strong visible rifling with usual black powder abrasion. Very handsome 66 carbine. 4,000.00 - 5,000.00

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835 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SPECIAL ORDER RIFLE. Serial No. 53247. Caliber .40-82 W.C.F., Barrel length 30”. Factory research on the serial number states that this rifle was shipped on March 18, 1891. It is listed as a rifle, 40-82, octagon barrel length 30”, fancy pistol grip stock, trigger plain (has a line drawn through it set). This is a very interesting rifle as the top of the barrel flat is stamped “Browning Bros Co Ogden UT”. The rear sight is the first of this type we have seen and is definitely period to the rifle. The trigger is not a set trigger. The pistol grip has the defining line but was never checkered. Standard features include: full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, rifle butt. Lower marked tang. Top tang is stamped “Model 1886”. Has the pre 60,000 barrel stamp correct for this rifle. The barrel and tube retain approximately 90% of the original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. Case colors on frame and lever has faded except for hidden areas. Basically grey with age freckling. Stocks are very good, proud to metal, with usual minor bumps and bruised. There is a scrape at pistol grip left side and the ebony inset has been replaced and wood is a little shy at heel of butt plate. Action is fine with a strong rifle bore. as to rear sight, can not find an example in the Winchester book. Very unusual special order extra length early Model 1886, shipped to famous Browning Bros location. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00 262

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836 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 470310B. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Offered is the classic Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine in .44 caliber. It is standard in all respects. Features full magazine, carbine post front sight, folding carbine ladder rear sight, two barrel bands, saddle ring with stid, walnut stocks, and carbine buttplate. It is getting exceedingly difficult to get original untouched, never messed with Model 1873 carbines in .44 caliber, this is one such example. The screw heads are nearly all perfect. Metal has naturally aged without cleaning or polishing to a soft grey-brown patina. Barrel legends are sharp as new. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips, but the usual minor impressions and a lovely patina and shine. Loading gate still has approximately 40% - 50% original blue finish. Brass carrier and barrel are both stamped “44”. Strong rifling with minor abrasion. A used gun that was obviously well taken care of and never messed with that has the look that collectors seek but seldom find in one of the most iconic lever actions ever manufactured. Factory research: shipped November 21, 1894; type .44 carbine. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

LOT - 837 837 - (A) J. RUBY SIGNED PA/KY LONG RIFLE. NSV. Caliber .36 bore percussion, Barrel length 42-1/4”. James Ruby was a gun smith in Belmont County, Ohio, mid -19th century. It is a beautiful all original long rifle features: full octagon barrel, wind drift rear sight, blade front sight, unusual tang based rear sight attachment. Top of barrel flat signed “JRuby”. The lock is stamped “Henry Parker Warranted” Henry Parker was a Perry county lock maker. The lock hammer and barrel are a deep dark chocolate patina with usual abrasions at nipple and breech of barrel. The stock is finely striped maple with no incisions. Pie shaped thumb plate, heavy brass heal plate, trigger guard, double set triggers, patch box with no engraving. Rollover cheek piece with a brass quarter moon decorations. Barrel is pinned with two silver escutcheons. Brass tipped rod is retained by three brass thimbles. Stock has a piano finish with no chips or cracks. Working condition including set trigger. Fine condition, all original, early Ohio rifle. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 838 838 - (A) AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .75 bore, Barrel length 45-7/8”. Typical Revolutionary War musket utilizing foreign parts and an American stock. This has the original Flintlock, unmarked and unstamped. Original brass buttplate that is either German or Dutch. Manufactured without a barrel band, utilizing a pin barrel, pins are missing. Unmarked lock is American manufacture. All iron furniture is as found dark brown patina. Stock is very good with a period repair at the wrist. An untouched, as found condition, Revolutionary War American assembled musket. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 839 839 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 54029. 28” barrel in .45-60 caliber. Manufactured 1884. Standard Winchester big bore 1876 rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting front sight, 1876 dated ladder rear sight, blued finish, walnut stock, rifle butt. The barrel and tube retain approximately 95% of an older expertly restored finish that retains sharp edges and legends. Frame retains like amount of finish that is thinning in the carry area forward of frame. Traces of case colors on hammer. Wood is very good to excellent, albeit a bit shy having been beautifully refinished. Brass carrier is stamped “.45-60”. Strong rifled bore with usual minor black powder erosion. Left forearm has a nicely repaired hairline. Fine action. Lovely old shootable 1876. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 840 840 - (A) W. HENRY FULL STOCK PA FLINTLOCK RIFLE. NSN. Barrel length 33-7/8” .52 bore flintlock. We believe this to be the work of Henry William JR who operated a gun shop in Nazareth, PA from 1757-1821. Features: octagon barrel, small blade front sight, windrift front sight, stamped W. Henry on top flap, tiger maple stock, three brass retaining rod thimbles, three brass head retaining rod wedges, has a brass palm plate, side plate, trigger guard, butt and toe plate. Has a nickel plated thumb plate, the lock is original all other parts are replaced, replaced piece of wood between tang and hammer. Iron furniture is brown patina, lock is marked warranted probable English, buying classic PA long rifle. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 841 841 - (A) CLASSIC SIGNED PA LONG RIFLE NSN. Caliber .44 bore, Barrel length 37-3/4”. This classic PA long rifle features beautiful curly maple stock, with full octagon barrel. small blade front sight and wind drift rear sight. Signed Jacob Raff (the last name is extremely difficult to decipherer we believe it to be Raff of circa 1820). Three brass thimbles retain cleaning rod as a brass nose cap and palm plate, sides of the forearm are decorated with eight half-moon designs, this same design is found on the cheek piece. The cheek piece has a repair, there is a crack on the toe retained by toe plate. Brass butt plate, nickel thumb plate, brass trigger guard, patch box and toe plate, set trigger. Engraved English action. Iron furniture is a dark brown patina, stock is excellent with beautiful grain. Very fine, all original PA long rifle dates to the early part of the 19th century signed piece. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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842 - (A) WHITNEY-SHARF LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1667. 24” barrel in caliber .32-20 WCF. Manufactured 1886 to 1888 only. This is a rarely encountered rifle with less than 2,000 manufactured in all variations. It was a last ditch attempt to save the Whitney Company from bankruptcy. It is a standard sporting rifle with full octagon barrel, full magazine, German knife front sight, sporting rear sight, with heavy S-curve buttplate. all metal is a smooth pleasing mix of blue and brown patina. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with original finish and only usual minor abrasions. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore with minor black powder abrasion. This is a very nice, clean example of a rifle that literally never comes up for sale. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 843 843 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLED MUSKET Caliber .58 percussion, Barrel length 40”. This is a standard Civil War musket manufactured at the Springfield Armory in 1863 and is referred to as a Type 1. Rifle remains in all original condition. Three split U.S. stamped barrel bands and a two blade single flip up rear sight. It is dated 1863 at breech. The lock is dated 1863 with eagle and stamped “U.S. Springfield”. The bolt has the eagle. The walnut stock a visible “E.S.A.” cartouche. Metal is finished in the white, has not been cleaned and is in excellent condition. Left side of the barrel has the “V.P.” proof. Includes the original bayonet and ram rod. Near mint bore and a perfect action. 1,500.00 - 2,200.00 264

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LOT - 844 844 - (A) LONDON (BARNETT) BLUNDERBUSS. NSV. This fine English made Blunderbuss is attributed to Thomas Barnett, master gunsmith, from 1778 - 1827. It is an original flintlock. The lock is stamped “Barnett”. There is a heart with a cross that is stamped “E.I.V.C.” within the heart and cross. It is dated 1804. It is a standard constabulary style flintlock, short barrel with the full one piece stock with smooth steel buttplate, cleaning rod and sling swivels. English proofs on barrel. Metal is gun metal grey with brown age freckling. Legends are sharp. There is a wood patch repair on one side. Cleaning rod is retained by two thimbles. There is a 1” hairline crack on the right side forend and a repaired hairline crack on left side of the stock. Nice early London Blunderbuss. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 845 845 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1795 U.S. FLINTLOCK MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .69 bore, Barrel length 44-3/4”. This musket is all original and untouched. Lock is dated 1810. Has the U.S. eagle Springfield stamp. Left side of barrel has “V.P.” proof with eagle head. Features three bands, front bands has integral sight, original ramrod, walnut stock (Brown Bess cut), buttplate stamped “1810”. All iron hardware is a freckled brown-grey patina. Stock is excellent with no cracks but does have a 4” sliver missing from from right side forearm. Every part is original on this rifle. Excellent example, never converted. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 846 846 - (A) CONFEDERATE NAVY PATTERNED 1858 RIFLE MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .60 bore, Barrel length 39” with a rifled bore. The belly of the stock is stamped with a Confederate Naval “J.S.” and anchor. It is a Birmingham manufacturer dated 1862 Tower Musket. This percussion musket has three bands, brass for-end tip, ill- fitting replaced ramrod, lock is stamped “Tower 1862” with British crown. Barrel has English proofs, brass trigger guard and butt plate. Buttplate is company stamped “C43”. Stock has several military cartouche stamps on top of comb. Wood is very good with usual dings and abrasions with hairline crack on left side; two inches from butt and right side; one inch from butt. There is a small chip at toe. Lock, barrel, and hammer are dark patina with light corrosion. Working condition. These Tower muskets were widely used by the Confederate States during the Civil War. Examples of the “J.S.” anchor and shipping records can be found in the book “The English Connection by Pritchard & Huey”. There is no provision for a rear sight. These rifles were used by the militia men aboard the Naval Frigates. Extremely difficult to find any Confederate Navy marked long guns. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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847 - (A) SPENCER MODEL 1865 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 2576. 20” barrel in .50 caliber. Manufactured in 1865 and 1866 only. This carbine features the stabler cut off. Barrel is stamped “M 1865”, top of framed is stamped “Spencer Repeating Rifle Co. Boston Pat’d March 1860”, left side of stock has two strong cartouche stamps “ESA” and “DW”. Has military style adjustable rear sight. This carbine remains in excellent, all original condition. Barrel length is a pleasing mix between brown and blue patina. The frame is a brown-gray patina with strong hidden case colors. Lever has all proper military inspector stamps. Walnut stocks are excellent with the few usual dings. Has the original saddle bar and ring. Top of stock is lot letter stamped “EAW”. Fine working order and has a strong, clean rifle bore. This was a very popular weapon in the early Indian Wars and far above average example. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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848 - (A) EARLY BRASS BARRELED BLUNDERBUSS MUSKET. NSV. Sports a 14-1/4” solid brass barrel with large flare at muzzle. Part octagon at breach. Top of barrel is stamped “G. Bolenny”. No proof stamps. It is a side lock percussion system with a lightly engraved hammer, original nipple, brass trigger guard, brass buttplate, walnut stock and single trigger. The brass retains a lovely mellow finish having never been cleaned or polished. The hammer and side plate are a dark brown patina with some light pitting on hammer. Has the original nipple. Working condition. The brass trigger guard and buttplate have never been cleaned. Has a steel forend. Missing the ramrod. Stocks are very good with no visible cracks, albeit the wood is a bit shy to metal at plate. It has a distinctive perch belly butt. This musket dates to the 1830’s to 1850’s and the lack of proof marks would give one cause to believe it is an American made product. We could find no information on name stamped on top of barrel. Beautiful blunderbuss. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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849 - (A) COLT BURGESS LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 970. 25” barrel in caliber .44-40. A total of 3,810 of these rifles were manufactured from 1883 to 1885. This three year production came to a halt when Winchester confronted the Colt hierarchy that this rifle would lead to the production of handguns by the Winchester firm, thus production abruptly ceased. This rifle is standard in all respects and features full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. The Colt legend can be found on top barrel flat. Has the original distinctive sporting leaf rear sight. The front sight blade was replaced with what appears to be an old coin. Razor sharp edges on barrel flats. The gun was originally offered in a blue finish, but all metal parts on this rifle are a clean gun metal color with some dark aging. Has walnuts tocks. Forearm has the usual 1/4” chip on right side at frame and a silver repair hairline crack. Buttstock has been freshened up, is shy to metal at wrist, and has a pinned repair on left side. Very strong rifled bore with minor black powder abrasion. Fine action. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 850 850 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .582 percussion, Barrel length 40”. The Model 1855 U.S. Rifle Musket manufactured at the Harper’s Ferry Armory 1857 - 1861 was one of the stable arms of the Civil War and the first marshal arm that fired the 1851 mini ball. 12,158 were manufactured at Harper’s Ferry or around 20% of the total production. This rifle also features the Mayard taped primer system. Stamped with the American eagle. The lock is dated 1860. This example has the iron nose cap but no patch box. Has three barrel bands, swing swivels, finished in the white with the original ram rod. Walnut stock has a visible cartouche but is not legible. All legends are sharp as new, has the 3 leaf rear sight. Stock is in excellent condition. Fine working condition with a strong clean bore. This is an extremely nice example of a very scarce Civil War rifle. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 851 851 - (A) U.S. HARPER’S MODEL 1855 FERRY TYPE 2 RIFLE NSN. Caliber .58 bore, Barrel length 33 1/16”. Offered is a standard Type 2 U.S. Model 1855 rifle manufactured at the Harper’s Ferry Armory. This is a two barrel band model with U.S. stamp. Barrel has a side mounted bayonet lug, original ram rod and sling swivels. Model 1858 blued rear sight. All other metal finished in the white. Has the Maynard primer system with the American eagle stamp. Lock is dated 1859. Front of lock is stamped “U.S. Harper’s Ferry”. Left side of barrel has the “V.P.” proof. The cartouche is visible on left side of stock but not readable. Walnut stock is in excellent condition with normal ware. Also a patch repair 1 1/2” - 1 3/4”. Has the patch box. Butt plate is stamped U.S. and a unit marking. Metal has been lightly cleaned. Total of 3,122 manufactured between 1859 -1861. There is a 2” crack on the left side for-end. With some minor pitting on the lock plate that partially obliterated “Harper’s Ferry”. Fine action. Strong clean rifle bore. The type 2 model 1855 Harper’s Ferry is hard to find. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 852 852 - (A) NEAR MINT US REMINGTON MODEL 1863 RIFLE. NSN. 33” barrel in .58 caliber. Referred to as the Zouave rifle manufactured 1862-1865. These were contract rifles used during the Civil War. Seven groove rifling, features brass mountings, blue barrel, case harden lock, brass patch box, trigger guard, butt plate, and barrel bands with brass nose cap. Tulip ram rod, sling swivels, two leaf folding rear sight, butt plate stamped “U.S.” Lock is stamped “1863” with the U.S. Eagle and with “Remington Ilion, NY” Rifle appears to be in unfired condition. Barrel has 98% original blue with razor sharp stamps and inspector marks. Dated 1863. Lock and hammer retain 70% original case colors. Brass is untouched. Bore is near mint. Stock is excellent to near mint with two perfect cartouches. Still has fire blue on frame screws. Comes with an original bayonet and sheath. As about as nice as they come. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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853 - (A) WHITNEY KENNEDY .45-60 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. S675. Caliber .40-60 WCF, Barrel length 28”. The Whitney Kenney lever action repeating rifles were manufactured 1879-1886. Amongst the most desirable are the large, heavy frame, big caliber examples. Offered rifle is an all original honest un-messed with 40 cal. Features: full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stocks, rifle butt. All factory legends are sharp. Metal surfaces are a clean smooth brown patina with razor sharp edges, near perfect screws, excellent stocks, proud to metal with the usual minor abrasions. Strong clean bore, fine action. Far above average, all original, early Whiney large frame repeater. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 854 854 - (A) 2ND MODEL BROWN BESS 1778 MUSKET. NSV. Caliber .80 bore, Barrel length 42’. Offered is a lovely 2nd Model Brown Bess tower musket. The lock is an original tower Flintlock correct for the period but is a replacement. The top jaw and screw are also replacements. Rod is a reproduction. Original brass buttplate, trigger guard, nose cap, and four retaining thimbles as well as a brass thumb plate. Barrel has numerous British proof marks, S pattern brass left side plate, original sling swivels, original stock is very good to excellent, lock marks are as strong as new, metal is a lovely even patina mixed with gun metal grey. Very nice example of a early British Brown Bess. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 855 855 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 XTR BIG BORE L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. BB001971. .375 Winchester caliber with a 20” barrel. Features full magazine, sporting rear sight, hooded front sight, two barrel bands, blued finish, checkered walnut straight grip stocks with Winchester logo red rubber buttplate. Gun remains in near new condition inside and out with a couple of minor storage marks. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 856 856 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 44 CARBINE. Serial No. 7206. 19” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. Manufactured at the Chigusa factory, Nagoya Arsenal. Long type third variation bayonet housing, inverted V front sight with guards, open V rear sight to 2,000 meters, ground royal mum on bridge with intact ‘Type 44’ characters, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, two underside drain holes in forestock, knurled safety with smooth sides and notch indicator, integral folding bayonet, matching numbers, and original dust cover. No cleaning rod. Wood is in excellent condition. Carbine retains most of the original factory military blue, thinning on dust cover. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00 268

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LOT - 857 857 - (C) BRITISH ENFIELD NO.5 MK I JUNGLE CARBINE. Serial No. AA6471. 19” barrel in caliber .303 British. Standard Jungle carbine features the metal square cut nose cap. Has a two piece stock and handguard, aluminum buttplate with rubber inset with British broad arrows. The stock band is stamped AA6471 on left side. Bottom of front stock stamped G1782. Rear stock is not stamped. Left side of frame is dated “5-42”. Back of bolt is stamped AA6471. Right side of barrel is stamped “No. 5 Mk I 303 U-King”. Magazine has matching AA6471. Military blue finish is mixing with brown patina. Excellent bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 858 858 - (C) BRITISH ENFIELD NO.5 MK I JUNGLE CARBINE. Serial No. 1202. 19” barrel in caliber .303 British. Standard Jungle carbine features the metal square cut nose cap. Has a two piece stock and handguard, aluminum buttplate with rubber inset with British broad arrows. Bridge is stamped BNP. The stock band is stamped “England” on left side. Bottom of front stock stamped 1202. Rear stock is stamped 1051. Left side of frame is dated “5-45 ROF (F) FTR”. Back of bolt is stamped N1202. Military blue finish is mixing with brown patina. Excellent bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 859 859 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 38 RIFLE. Serial No. 2000556. 31-1/4” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. This rifle was manufactured at the Koishikawa, Tokyo Arsenal. This rifle has the inverted V front sight without guards, adjustable rear sight to 2,400 meters, full royal mum on bridge, the characters “Type 38”, standard two piece buttstock with short handguard, knurled safety with serrated sides and large tang safety indicator, flat forged buttplate, straw colored trigger, rear sight spring, and bolt stop spring. Balance of gun retains 98% of the original factory blue finish. Has the plum bolt handle. Bolt is numbered 3308. Near mint bore and action. This rifle is in brilliant condition, showing very little signs of any use on the metal and only usual dings on stock. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 860 860 - (M) RUGER M77 MARK II BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 782-91285. 26” barrel in .243 Winchester caliber. Heavy Stainless steel barrel and action with grey finish. Laminated stock. This rifle was made without sights. Topped with a Swift Premier 18X scope with stainless steel mounts. Standard cross hairs and perfect optics. Rifle has sling eyes. This rifle is in near new condition inside and out. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 861 861 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. G2066157. .7mm caliber with a 22” barrel. This is post-82 production. Features hooded ramp front sight with silver bead, adjustable ramp rear sight, blued finish, jeweled bolt, checkered bolt handle knob, single rear stock bolt, oil finished pistol grip checkered walnut stock, sling eyes, and solid red Winchester rubber buttplate. Metal surfaces retain 98%-99% original factory blue finish with minor thinning on rear receiver bridge and a few minor wood impressions. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

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862 - (C) STEVENS TIP-UP SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 23134. 26” barrel. Caliber not marked, but it is centerfire. Bore measures .30 These rifles were manufactured from the 1870’s to 1895. This model features the for-end, which is far scarcer than those without. The barrel is part octagon and retains approximately 75%-80% original blue, starting to thin, with some light freckling. Has a Beach-style folding front sight, wind-drift rear sight and period tang sight. The nickel plated frame is frosted with some light age freckling. Retains approximately 75%. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with original finish and no cracks. Has a nickel Swiss butt plate. Very good bore with visible rifling. Caliber should be determined before firing. Far above average Stevens tip-up. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 863

863 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 CARBINE (PRE-64). Serial No. 1757859. 20” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Offered is a standard post-war Model 94 carbine with the short for-end, non-fluted walnut stock, and fully checkered steel shotgun butt-plate. Features ramp front sight (no hood), Winchester sporting rear sight, full magazine, blued finish, two barrel bands, and sling swivels in butt and rear band. There is some light carry wear at bottom of frame and a few spots on right side with some light muzzle wear, still retains 97%-98% original factory blue finish. Walnut stocks are excellent and appear to have finish added. All screws are perfect. Strong bore and perfect action. Very handsome example of a post-war 94 carbine. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 864 864 - (C) WWII WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1334529. 20” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. This rifle was made during the war, 1942-1945. Features full magazine, two barrel bands, blued finish, ramp front sight with no hood, Winchester sporting rear sight, long walnut forend, walnut buttstock without flutes, serrated steel buttplate, sling swivels in butt and rear band. Barrel and tube show only light muzzle wear and a couple of spots of thinning, overall 95%. Front barrel band has 60% original blue, rear barrel band is a blue-brown patina. Frame and lever have light high edge wear with some thinness at base, 90%. Bolt has 99% blue. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Perfect action. Strong bore. Very nice war-era carbine. 500.00 - 700.00 270

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LOT - 865 865 - (M) CASED THOMPSON MODEL 1927 A-1 SA RIFLE. Serial No. 30800. Caliber is .45 a.c.p., barrel length is 17-1/2”. Offered is the Thompson rendition of the original Tommy gun. This is the early style with the thin barrel muzzle break pistol grip front forend with finer groves as well as pistol grip and buttstock. Stocks are fine walnut near mint condition. Finish is blue. Gun does show a few areas of wear but remains in as new condition inside. This rifle comes with a Thompson drill magazine as well as six stick magazines. It is housed in the gangster style violin case. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 866

866 - (C) BOXED BROWNING SAFARI MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLE Serial No. L6968. Caliber is .338 Winchester magnum, barrel length is 25”, serial number is L6968. Offered is an early Safari grade Belgium manufactured Mauser action, bolt action high power rifle. This rifle was introduced in 1959 and manufactured to 1966. Rifle features blued finish with a highly figured oil finish, checkered walnut stock with checkered steel pistol grip cap, sling eyes, straight comb, roll over cheek piece, has a solid red rubber recoil pad. Has an engraved gold inlay trigger guard, double stock bolts, noted gun smith Paul Jaeger. Has installed quick release side mount scope base as well as a Redfield fine adjustment receiver sight. Has a near mint bore and action. Has a hooded ramp front sight, rear sight removed, rifle remains in near new condition inside and out. Comes in the original cardboard box with matching end label by serial number with the addition of a period high quality scope making it absolutely big game rifle. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 867

867 - (M) CENTURY ARMS GOLANI SPORTER SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. GAL02150. Century Arms Golani Sporter, a faithful recreation of the famous 223 mm Israeli Galani rifle. Featuring a skeletonized folding stock and distinctive pistol grip. Chambered in the 223 mm. The gas-operated Golani battle rifle has an 18” barrel with a 1-in-9-inch twist. A “birdcage” muzzle brake/compensator is found on the business end. Like the original Galani rifle, the Century model has a skeletonized folding stock and distinctive polymer forend and pistol grip. In near new condition inside and out. Included are 3, 30 round and 1, 10 round magazine. 1,000.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 868 868 - (C) SPRINGFIELD U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND. Serial No. 57587. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. This early pre-war M1 Garand was manufactured from June 1940-September 1940. They are often referred to as the “Transition” model. Barrel is later (April 1944) and stamped “1SA”. Has the hex nut on gas tube. Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Type four replaced rear sight. Left side of stock has the Ordnance wheel and is stamped “E. McF.” (Earl McFarland June 1942-July 1943). Bolt drawing number is 8528287-SA and heat lot US2. Has a blued rear handguard band and blued left sight adjustment. Balance of gun retains approximately 90% green parkerized military finish. Stock is near mint. ME reading of 2 with a clean bore. Very early receiver. 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 869

869 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 HIGH GRADE RIFLE. Serial No. NFH0718. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. The High Grade Model 1895 features a full round barrel, sporting sights, deluxe checkered walnut stock, smooth steel buttplate, blued bolt and hammer. Frame, lever, and magazine are a coin nickel silver with gold outlines and gold antlered game scenes on both sides. Has a gold trigger. Comes in box with original booklet. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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870 - (C) SPRINGFIELD U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND. Serial No. 5927010. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was manufactured by Springfield December 1953 to end of production 1957. Bolt has a drawing number of 6528287-SA and heat lot Y01. Barrel is dated September 1955, has an SA No. 6535448, an additional A223A, a large proof “P”, and a large DOD eagle acceptance mark. Type four post-war rear sight. Proper op-rod. Block “P” in circle on wrist. Left side of stock has no visible Ordnance wheel, has a DOD three star cartouche in a 1/2” box used from serial No. 4300000 to end of production. Checkered butt plate with trap. Stock is very good to excellent and all original. Metal retains 90% or better original dark green military parkerized finish. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

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LOT - 871 871 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1922 MODEL M1 .22 RIFLE. Serial No. 15383. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length is 24”. Barrel is dated 9-29 SA with bomb. The barrel front bridge are factory drilled for scope mounts. They are 7.2” on center and did not drill through any lettering on bridge. Has the long throw bolt Lyman. Retains the early blued finish on metal. Barrel has some areas of thinning mixed with patina and some thinning on trigger guard and floor plate. Original magazine, original swing swivels, custom grip walnut stock, headless cocking piece, NRA checkered walnut butt plate, fine bore and perfect action. Nice unaltered M1 Springfield. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

LOT - 872

872 - (C) RUSSIAN MODEL 1940 TOKAREV RIFLE. Serial No. 1812. Caliber is 7.62x54Rmm, Barrel length is 24”. Referred to as the model 1940, manufactured in 1940 & 1941 only (this example manufactured 1941). Semi - automatic rifle with blue finish, hardwood stock,ventilated wood hand guard with metal ventilated for-end. Built in flash suppressor. Approx. 2000 of these were manufactured. Matching serial numbers on left side of the frame, bolt, trigger guard, and stock. Has the adjustable rear sight to 1500 yards. Detachable magazine, not numbered to gun. Rifle is in original, non -altered condition with no import marks. Approx. 70% original factory blue with balance thinning, original stocks are excellent. Fine bore and action. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

LOT - 873

873 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER 94 LTD ED CENT RIFLE HIGH GRADE Serial No. CNL1461. 26” barrel in .30 WCF. The High Grade edition features deluxe grain, high gloss checkered walnut stock with pistol grip cap and rifle butt plate. Has the half octagon barrel, half magazine, sporting sights, addition tang sight, engraved frame, gold inlay, and antlered game panels. Rifle is in as new condition in original box with hang tag and paperwork in the original decorative sleeve. 900.00 - 1,200.00

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874 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LIGHTWEIGHT RIFLE. Serial No. 128370. 24” barrel in .33 WCF. Manufactured 1902. Features full round barrel, half magazine, blued finish, ramp front sight, Winchester flat top sporting rear, case colored hammer and lever, walnut stocks, Winchester logo black composite buttplate. This rifle remains in excellent all original condition. Barrel and tube retain approximately 97% original factory blue. Frame retains 80-85% original blue mixed with light patina showing through. Walnut stocks are near mint, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Nice traces of color on hammer and lever. Nose cap is brown patina with traces of blue. Strong rifled bore. Perfect action. Very nice solid frame .33. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 875 875 - (C) BRITISH LEND-LEASE REMINGTON U.S. MODEL 1903. Serial No. 3054073. 3054073 Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. Offered is a standard Remington Model 1903 US bolt action Springfield rifle. A number of early production Remington Model 1903 were slated for delivery to Great Britain but because many were on ships sunk by U-boats on their way to delivery, these early Remington Len-Lease models are somewhat scarce. According to Campbell, this rifle was man between March and April of 1942. Barrel is stamped “RA” with ordinance bomb and dated “2-42” The bridge is stamped “US Remington Model 1903” The left side of sight sleeve and frame have all the usual BMP British stamps. Bolt is stamped, otherwise typical US with the sight groove walnut hand guard, all milled parts, 2700 yard rear sight, swept bolt, two bolt walnut stock without hand grooves. Stock is excellent with no cracks. Block letter proof “P” and British stamp at wrist. No visible cartouche on left side. Frame retains approximately 95% of the military parkerized finish as does barrel and forend cap. Middle barrel band 50%, proper rear sight is blued. 80% finish on floor plate and trigger guard. Smooth butt plate with trap door. Perfect action. ME reading of 1 with clean bore. Excellent example of an early war US Remington that didn’t end up at the bottom of the ocean. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 876

876 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLE. Serial No. 3317418. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Manufactured 1944. This rifle was manufactured by Springfield December 1944-March 1945. Barrel is dated 12-44 and is stamped “1SA”. Drawing number on bolt is 6528287 and stamped “IHC” (International Harvester, wrong bolt). Heat lot E24. Has a type three lock bar rear sight with square ends, cut op-red, hex bolt gas port. Left side stock cartouche is “S.A. G.A.W.” (George Woody July 1943-October 1944). Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Checkered buttplate with trap. Bolt and rear sight assembly are blued. Balance of metal is a green military parkerized finish. Stock is very good to excellent with period green canvas sling. ME reading is 1 with a strong clean bore. 1,300.00 - 1,600.00

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LOT - 877 877 - (M) ARMALITE MODEL AR-10 SEMI - AUTO MATCH RIFLE. Serial No. US385919. Caliber 7.62 MM, Barrel length 20”. Manufactured by Armalite in Geneseo IL, Model AR-10 National Match rifle (up-graded). Features the stainless steel barrel, single stage trigger, military phosphate finish with black composite stocks. This rifle was built using the familiar AR-15 silhouette with improved internals to handle the power of the .308. This rifle is in near new condition both inside and out with a few minor storage marks. Comes with seven magazines, each holds 20 rounds and comes with a Blackhawk carrying case. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 878

878 - (M) EARLY COLT AR-15 SP1 RIFLE. Serial No. SP108609. Caliber .223, Barrel length is 20”. This is an early SP1, manufactured in 1967 to 1968. Features the triangular hand guard, buttplate with trap. A-2 Style. No forward assist, no case deflector. Rear sight is windage, adjustable only. All other features standard from this era with black composite stock, carry handle, gun is in near new condition inside and out. Comes with a carry sling. This is the type of weapon used during the Vietnam War era. Includes an extra early Colt stamped magazine. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

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879 - (M) H&K SL8-1 SEMIAUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 48-007929. Caliber .223, Barrel length 20”. The Heckler & Koch SL8 is a semi-automatic rifle manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is the civilian version of the Heckler & Koch G36.The rifle fires the .223 Remington or 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge and feeds from a 10 round detachable magazine. Unlike earlier types of HK rifles, it is not a roller lock bolt but rather a lug-type rotating bolt system as seen on the AR-18. To adapt the G36 for the civilian market, its pistol grip and folding stock have been replaced by a fixed stock with a thumbhole. The receiver has also been modified to prevent attachment of a folding stock. Other modifications have been made to the SL8 including a lightened trigger pull, adjustable cheek piece and buttplate to customize the fit to the user, and a heavier, more accurate barrel. The stock is a navy grey composite. Has an attached extended rail and a blazer 8x32x44 scope has been attached. Rifle shows in near new condition inside and out. Comes with two magazines. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

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LOT - 880 880 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 153078. Caliber .33 W.C.F., Barrel length 24”. Manufactured in 1914. Offered is a fine all original Model 1886 take down rifle with full magazine, sporting sights, blue finish, walnut stock, rifle butt. The barrel and tube retain 96% factory blue finish. The frame has turned a soft grey patina as has the forend cap. Original walnut stock is excellent, proud to metal, never refinished with the usual minor dings. Bolt retains 95% original blue. Strong clean bore, perfect action. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 881

881 - (C) EARLY SAVAGE MODEL 1899-A RIFLE (38-55). Serial No. 118997. Barrel length 26”. Manufactured in 1910. Amongst the most desirable of all Savage 1899 lever actions are those early guns that feature the high polish blued finish with the perch belly stock chambered for the Winchester calibers. Offered is just such a gun. This is a scarce takedown rifle with 26” full round barrel, original sporting front and rear sights, high polished blued frame with brass cartridge counter. Case colored lever, varnished walnut stock, blued finish with rifle butt plate This rifle remains in wonderful all original condition. The barrel obtains approximately 95% original blued finish with just a few minor storage marks, some freckling and a hint of thinness in spots. The frame retains approximately 85% of the original high polish blued finish, that is thinning on the tang, mixed with patina at bridge, light high edge wear, and a few minor storage marks. The lever retains approximately 80% brilliant case colors on sides. The screw heads are perfect and obtain a majority of the high blue finish. The walnut stocks are excellent, original finish, proud to metal, retaining a majority of the original finish with the usual minor bumps. Only under magnification you can see a 1/2” closed hairline at tang that appears to be darkened grain to the naked eye. The butt plate colors have patterned out. This rifle has a near mint bore and a perfect action. Very nice all original high finish early Savage in one of the most desirable of all calibers. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 882

882 - (M) BROWNING MODEL 53 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 01798NM3F7. .32-20 WCF cal. (round nose or hollow point bullets only), patterned after the original Winchester Model 53 (redesigned Model 1892), 7 shot tube mag., high polished blue metal, open sights, 22 in. tapered barrel, high grade checkered walnut stock featuring full pistol grip cap and shotgun style metal buttplate, 6 1/2 lbs. Only 5,000 mfg. in 1990. 800.00 - 1,400.00

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883 - (C) SPRINGFIELD U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND (1945). Serial No. 3745970. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Manufactured March 1945-June 1945. Barrel is dated 5-45 and stamped “1SA”. Drawing number is D28287-1 12SA and heat lot is B3. Rear sight is a type three lock bar with square ends. Proper op-rod. Hex gas port bolt. Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Left side of stock has Ordnance wheel with “S.A. G.A.W.” (Earl McFarland June 1942-July 1943). Has the checkered butt plate with trap. Hex nut gas tube. Retains approximately 90% of the military green parkerized finish. Walnut stock is excellent with minor dings. ME reading of 1 with an excellent bore. Period canvas sling. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 884

884 - (C) WINCHESTER M. 70 SUPER GRADE 300 H& H (1949). Serial No. 105117. Cal .300 Holland and Holland Magnum, Barrel length 26”. This classic super grade was mfg. in 1949. Super grade features include: black for-end tip, factory sling swivels, solid red rubber recoil pad, floor- plate stamped “Super Grade”. Early post war features: straight comb stock with left side rollover cheek piece and rear barrel rib with folding rear sight. Ramp front sight, pistol grip checked walnut stock with Winchester cap. Barrel and frame are pleasing mix of blue and gun metal grey patina, stocks are excellent with usual dings and wear to checkering on for-end. Two craze lines in black forend tip. Pad is a proper replacement. Sports a Kassnar 4x scope with Weaver mounts. Has a fine bore and action. Floorplate has been rust blued. Classic rifle and caliber. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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885 - (C) STEVENS IDEAL ENGRAVED TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 3983. 26” barrel with a bore diameter .38 (.38-55 caliber). Features a half octagon barrel, built on the 44 action, factory scroll engraving with punch dot background, loop lever, double set triggers, folding globe front sight, long range tang rear sight, checkered walnut for-end with Schnabel tip, checkered walnut pistol grip Schuetzen buttstock with left side rollover cheek piece, and Swiss butt plate with double arms. Barrel was not cut for a rear sight. The barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. Frame is basically patina with some flashes of color on sides of lever. Walnut stocks are excellent with sharp checkering and no cracks. Action is perfect. Strong clean rifled bore. A very nice high grade Stevens target single shot. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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886 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLE (1943). Serial No. 1662523. 1662523 Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. Barrel is dated 6-43 “SA”. Rifle manufactured June 1934-September 1943. Bolt drawing number is D28287-112SA. Heat lot number in S-C 4 with diamond. Type three lock bar with rounded ends rear sight. Has an uncut No. 6 op-rod with short fork follower. Has a serif “P” in circle on wrist. Left side of stock is stamped “S.A. E. Mc F.”. Has the checkered buttplate with trap and slotted head gas port nut. Trigger guard and floorplate are a mix of parkerized and brown patina, as is rear handguard band. Balance of gun has 90% original green parkerized finish. Stock is excellent with a couple of usual dings. Inspector mark is faint. ME reading is 2 and bore is shiny. Comes with period green canvas sling. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 887

887 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 14 - 1/2 .38-40 RIFLE. Serial No. 41005. These rifles were manufactured from 1913-1934. This rifle was manufactured in 1931 and is one of the finest condition examples of this model we have seen. It remains in near mint nearly unfired condition. They feature full round barrel with full magazine, easily distinguished for this model as the tube does not have the spiral needed for Spitzer bullets. They are extremely scarce in today’s market and highly desirable given the caliber and nearly impossible to find in this condition. They have the full blued finish with grooved walnut for-end, plain pistol grip stock, with black composite Remington logo butt plate. Metal surfaces on this rifle retain virtually all of the original factory finish, with a hint of light muzzle wear, and a couple of very minor aged freckles. Heat treated rainbow color on slide bar. Shows literally no use. Stocks are near mint, couple of minor dings, has a near mint bore, perfect action, and sports the unusual dial adjustment rear sight. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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888 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 506189. Caliber is .38-55 wcf, barrel length is 26”. Manufactured in 1910. The offered rifle is the classic 1894 model with full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stocks with rifle butt plate. Chambered for the largest caliber in this model available at the time, the .38-55 Winchester. This rifle remains in excellent all original condition with lots of finish. The barrel and tube and for-end cap retain approximately 90% of the original high polish factory blue with sharp edges and perfect legends. The frame retains approximately 85%-95% of the high polish blued finish on the sides. Thinning and turning patina at base from carry. Bolt retain approximately 70% original blue. The hammer and lever have strong amounts of case color on sides. Original walnut stocks are excellent, never touched with most original finish and no cracks of any kind. Has a strong perfect bore and action. A lovely classic 94 in .38 caliber. Factory research: serial number applied July 22, 1911. No other information. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 889 889 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 7243. 23” barrel in caliber 6.5x54. Very early Austrian made half-stock sporting rifle that features single set trigger, butter knife bolt handle, ramp front sight (no hood). Early models were not configured for front sight hood. Rear sight band with sight removed, pistol grip checkered walnut stock and sling swivels. Has an early Kukarsky Bros. mount with Bausch & Lomb 3x9 scope. Adjustments are in the mount. Scope has standard cross hairs with perfect optics. Barrel retains 95% blue finish with a couple of minor scuffs. Frame retains approximately the same amount of blue finish. Walnut stocks are excellent with pistol grip cap, rollover cheek piece, and serrated steel trapdoor butt plate. There is a 1-1/2” repaired crack at left side of stock above trigger near barrel. Fine bore and action. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 890

890 - (M) LWRC MODEL M6A2 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. 35-07530. The M6A2 is a standard carbine available in 5.56mm NATO. Match grade cold rotary hammer forged barrel with a target crown and Ni-Core surface conversion technology Bolt carrier group with EXO patented nickel-boron surface conversion technology. Short-stroke gas-piston operating system. Includes 6 position collapsible stock, 30 round Troy Battle magazine, LWRCI Rail Skins front rail grips, LWRCI flip up front and rear sights. In new unfired condition. 1,800.00 - 2,200.00

LOT - 891 891 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1905 CARBINE. Serial No. 2742. 19.7” barrel in caliber 9x56mm. Manufactured in 1905. This full-length carbine features double set triggers, butter knife bolt, and full-length checkered walnut stock with pistol grip. Has a set of Paul Jaeger quick release mounts (no scope). Bridge is stamped “patent Mannlicher Schoenauer M1905”. The rear sight bridge slot has sight removed. Sports ramp front sight (no hood). Early models were not configured for front sight hood. Blued metal nose cap, and sling swivels in for-end and butt. Features checkering on for-end and pistol grip with small rollover cheek piece and serrated metal butt plate with trapdoor. Retains approximately 95% original factory blue on barrel and frame. Two filled scope mount holes on receiver bridge. Stock is very good to excellent with usual dings but no cracks. Bottom of stock is numbered 3480. Floor plate and trigger guard retain approximately 80% original factory blue finish. Fine bore and action. Nice early full stock carbine. 1,800.00 - 2,200.00

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LOT - 892 892 - (N) FULLY AUTOMATIC FN SCAR 16 RIFLE. Serial No. L013411. Dealer Demo can only be purchased by a NFA Licensed dealer. Includes an EOTech L-3 Holographic Sight. 6 Position collapsible folding rear stock, carrying case and 3 - 30 round magazines. Features the desert storm tan composite stock with retractable butt stock. In near new condition inside and out, comes with soft carrying case that carries gun and accessories. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 893 893 - (C) U.S. WINCHESTER MODEL M1 GARAND (1943)* Serial No. 1605083. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. Rifle was manufactured May 1943 - October 1943. Drawing number is D28287-1. Stamped “W.R.A.”. Barrel is stamped with the “PW” proof and “25”. Has the hex head gas port nut, serif “P” in circle on wrist, left side of stock is stamped “W.R.A.” and “G.H.D.”. Top of “R” and “A” not readable due to curved stock surface and partial impression (correct). Ordnance wheel next to cartouche. Type three lock bar rear sight with square ends. Trigger guard is stamped “C46025 W.R.A.”. Metal retains virtually all of the original military green parkerized finish. An uncut WRA op-rod. ME reading is 2 with a shiny bore. Stock is excellent. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 894

894 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLE (1943). Serial No. 1657400. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was manufactured by Springfield Armory. Manufactured from June 1943 to September 1943. The barrel is dated 5-43 “SA”. Drawing lot number on bolt is D28287-12SA. Heat lot number is B4A. Rear sight is a type three lock bar with rounded ends. Uncut No. 6 op-rod with short fork follower. Stock has the inspector stamp “S.A. E. McF” (Earl McFarland June 1942 - July 1943). Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Checkered butt plate with trapdoor. Has the early type slotted gas port nut. Top of op-rod is stamped “M”. Frame retains approximately 85% of the military parkerized finish. Bolt and rear handguard bands are blued. Front band is parkerized. Barrel and port are a mix of gun metal grey with parkerized finish. Stock is excellent with unit stamp “Y3” on right side. ME reading of 1. Comes with a period green canvas sling. Excellent mid-World War II Garand. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00 280

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LOT - 895

895 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLE (1942). Serial No. 706607. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was manufactured at Springfield from July 1942 - September 1942. Barrel is dated 5-42 “SA”. Bolt drawing number is D28287-2SA. Heat lot number is RE1. Rear sight is a Type 2 with lock bar. Has a No. 3 uncut op-rod with short fork follower. No. 5 trigger housing with narrow gas cylinder and early slot head port cap. Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Left side of stock is stamped “S.A. E. McF.” with Ordnance wheel. Has a checkered butt plate with trap. All metal parts have the parkerized green military finish. Metal retains approximately 90% original finish. Walnut stocks are excellent. Has a unit painted 49 at toe of stock. Comes with a period canvas sling. ME reading 1.5 with a shiny bore. Fine early war M1 Garand. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

LOT - 896 896 - (M) CASED BROWNING HI - WALL 1 OF 1000 RIFLE. Serial No. 323. Caliber .45-70 government, Barrel length is 24”. Browning produced this exquisite single shot Hi - Wall rifle in 1976 for the Bicentennial. The offered rifle is number 323 of 1000 produced. It features a full octagon barrel, blued with sporting sights, satin nickel frame, deluxe checkered highly figured walnut stock with heavy blued steel butt plate. The breech and muzzle are finely engraved, the satin nickel receiver has scroll engraving. The right side features a bison panel, the left side features an American eagle panel. Rifle is in as new condition inside and out. Comes in original wood display case, with a special edition Bowie knife and commemorative medallion. Ones of the most handsome Hi - Walls ever produced at the Browning factory. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

LOT - 897

897 - (C) HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER MOD 61 MAGNUM RIFLE. Serial No. 316596. 24” barrel in .22 Winchester magnum caliber. Manufactured 1959. Offered is a very desirable Winchester hammerless slide action rifle in the scarce .22 magnum cartridge. Standard features include round barrel, sporting sights, blued finish, plain pistol grip walnut stock with Winchester logo black composite butt plate, flat base grooved for-end (17 grooves), standard takedown, and grooved receiver. All metal retains 98%-99% original factory blue finish. Virtually no wear, not even on slide handle. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Fine bore and action. Beautiful little rifle. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 898 898 - (C) GERMAN MAUSER KAR 98 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1914. 24” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. This is considered a transitional model rifle of the Weimer Republic retained in 1920 by the Reichswehr, the post-war army allowed under the terms of the armistice. This rifle was manufactured at the Erfurt factory in 1919 and bears the 1920 reissue date as well. The bolt, safety, bolt release, both barrel bands, trigger guard, floorplate, bottom of stock, and buttplate have all matching serial numbers. Standard features include walnut stock, cut for a sling, ID disc, numerous proofs on stock, finger grooves, stacking swivel, front sight with ears, and military rear sight. This model is often referred to as the AZ Model. Retains a majority of the blue finish that was applied after reissue. Stock is excellent with no cracks, just the usual dings. Strong bore and action. It is getting extremely difficult to locate these early World War I models with all matching numbers. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 899

899 - (C) INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND. Serial No. 4524409. 24” barrel in caliber .30-06. Rifle manufactured December 1952 to November 1953. Bolt drawing number is D-6528287 IHC (proper). Barrel stamped “L.M.R.” and dated 5-53, drawing number D6535448 and A13. Two proof “P”s, an “M”, and Ordnance wheel also stamped on barrel. Type four post war rear sight. No visible proof “P” on wrist. No visible inspector stamp on stock. Has checkered butt plate with trapdoor. Hex nut on gas tube. All metal is a dark green military parkerized finish mixing with patina. Blued op-rod. ME reading of 1 with a clean bore. Stock is a near mint replacement. Korea War rebuild. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 900 900 - (C) NAZI MARKED MODEL 98 MAUSER CARBINE. Serial No. 16138. 24” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. Manufactured in 1943 with a byf factory code (Mauser-Werke). This example has all matching numbers on frame, bolt, safety, bolt release, front band, trigger guard, and floorplate. No numbers stamped on wood, but does have Waffenamt stamp at wrist. Features full walnut stock with short forend, rear sight to 2,000 meters, hooded front sight, and Waffenamt stamp on barrel and frame. Carbine retains approximately 70% war-time factory blue finish (thinning). Fine bore and action. Very fine example of mid-war Nazi marked 98. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 901

901 - (C) RUSSIAN TOKEREV SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE (1941). Serial No. K3171. 24” barrel in caliber 7.62x54R. Manufactured in 1940-41 only. This example is dated 1941. Matching serial number etched on bolt. Blued finish with blued ventilated handguard. Has a muzzle flash suppressor, original cleaning rod, hooded front sight, rear sight to 1,500 meters, hardwood stock, aluminum butt plate, and original magazine etched 7344. Right side of stock is numbered to receiver. Hardwood stock and ventilated for-end in very good to excellent condition. All metal parts retain virtually all of the original factory military blue finish. Fine bore and action. Comes with a period green leather sling. This rifle is import marked on right side of frame. Excellent original condition throughout. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 902

902 - (C) LOT OF 2: PRE-WAR 22 CALIBER PUMP ACTION RIFLE Serial No. 266727 & 712960. Gun A: Remington Model 12, serial #712960, has a 24” full octagon barrel, take down, blued finish, grooved for-end, pistol grip walnut stock, steel butt plate, original Remington sights, razor sharp edges and legends. All metal is a pleasing blue brown patina. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Strong clean rifling, fine action. Manufactured 1909-1936 and is considered a Model 12C. Gun B: Winchester Model 1890, serial #266727, manufactured in 1906, 24” octagon barrel, chambered for the .22 short, pump action, take down, walnut stocks, original Winchester sights, sharp edges and legends, blued bolt, barrel and tube are a soft blue brown patina, original stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks, factory half plate model with factory nickel finish frame and butt plate, never cleaned. Retains 80% original nickel with some freckling, bottom tang patina, never polished. Rifling visible but worn. Action perfect. Fairly scarce special finish and factory plated. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 903

903 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 540082B. Caliber .44-.40 W.C.F., Barrel length 20”. Manufactured in 1899. Offered is an original example of the iconic Winchester Model 1873 lever action saddle ring carbine in the desirable .44 cal. It is standard issue in all respects with full round barrel, full magazine, post front sight, two leaf express rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, twin barrel bands, saddle ring and stud with carbine butt plate. All metal surfaces are a dark patina with no original finish remaining. Stocks are very good, a bit shy at tang and toe, and there is some minor grain separation and usual abrasions. Right side of for-end has a small chip. Fine action, strong rifling with minor black powder abrasion. Very good example of a popular 73 Carbine. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 904

904 - (C) RARE SAVAGE MODEL 1899-A SHORT RIFLE (32-40). 22” Serial No. 109539. 109539 22” barrel in .32-40 Winchester caliber. According to the book on Savage Rifles the serial number was applied to this frame in 1910/11. Also according to the book, this model was only available with a steel butt plate and the takedown option was not offered until 1917. So either this was a special order or the frame was taken from inventory. In either case, it is an extremely rare, possibly one-of-a-kind rifle in that it features the 22” full round barrel with takedown feature and style three barrel address that was used from 1911-1919. Has the early perch belly walnut stock with the hard rubber savage logo shotgun butt plate. It is chambered for the very scarce .32-40 Winchester cartridge. Barrel retains approximately 85% factory blue finish, thinning in spots, has the knife blade front sight with sporting rear. Frame retains approximately 70%-75% the original high polish factory blue, thinning at base and high edges. Lever has traces of case colors. Has the brass cartridge and Savage tang sight. Walnut stocks are excellent with minor storage dings, but none of the usual cracks anywhere. Butt plate is excellent. Near mint shiny bore. Perfect action. Very rare, high condition Savage. 800.00 - 1,400.00

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905 - (C) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1922-M2 .22 RIFLE. Serial No. 773. 773 Caliber .22, Barrel length is 24”. Barrel is dated 42, stamped SA with bomb. Both the bolt and handle are stamped “M2”. Has the Lyman 48 receiver sight, sporter stock with the pistol grip, wide fingered groove for-end, coarse checkered steel butt plate, and the later flat blue- black military finish. Stocks are excellent without stamps, no cracks or chips, deep rich patina. Fine bore and action. Barrel and receiver are not tapped. Comes with an original WWI leather sling with brass frogs. Fine all original un-messed with M2-22 rifle. Springfield research letter verifies firearm. 900.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 906

906 - (M) STEYR MANNLICHER MODEL SL SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 9909. 23-1/2” barrel in .222 Remington magnum caliber. Made in Austria. One of the finest sporting rifles ever manufactured. Features the diamond pattern twist blue steel barrel sans sights, checkered butter knife bolt handle, detachable magazine, high finish diamond skip checkered walnut stock with black composite buttplate and grip cap, set triggers, sling eyes, and a Nichols 3x10x44 scope with standard cross hairs and perfect optics. This fine rifle is in near new condition inside and out with just a couple minor bumps from storage in stock. 900.00 - 1,300.00

LOT - 907 907 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER MODEL 9422 BOY SCOUT COMM. Serial No. BSA7980. 20-1/2” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. This Model 9422 lever action rifle was built to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. In the original box, unfired, with all paperwork, decorative sleeve, and original shipping carton. Features deluxe grain oil finished checkered walnut stock, blued barrel and magazine, balance finished in coin nickel, has a special coin on right side of stock, as well as special engraving on frame. Produced in 2005. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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908 - (C) S&W MODEL1917 BRAZILIAN DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Serial No. 103221. Caliber .45 ACP/Auto-Rim, Barrel length 5-1/2”. 25,000 Model 1917s were made for the Brazilian government and were stamped with the Brazilian crest bearing the date of 1937. Other than the crest, this revolver is a standard commercial Model 1917. This revolver dates to the first shipment in 1937. Standard features: six shot, double action, fixed sights, blued finish with case colored hammer and trigger. The smooth walnut grips are numbered to gun on the right panel. There are no import stamps on this gun. Revolver retains approximately 93% original factory blue with minor muzzle, high edge wear and light drag line. Grips are excellent with the usual minor abrasions. Perfect action, bore is near mint. This is an extremely fine condition example of a firearm that usual surfaces in less than fine condition. 600.00 - 800.00

909 - (C) PRE WAR COLT OFFICER’S MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Serial No. 456398. 6” barrel, chambered for the .38 special. Offered is a fine Flat Top Colt Officer’s Model Target pistol. Manufactured in 1920. Features the adjustable front sight, rear sight, blued finish, finely checkered trigger and back strap and a lovely pair of deep set silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. Indexes and locks up perfectly, fine bore. Revolver remains in excellent all original condition retaining fully 93%-95% of the original factory blued finish with just light high edge wear and thinning on barrel. 600.00 - 800.00

910 - (C) PRE WAR COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI -AUTOMATIC PISTOL Serial No. 60915. Caliber .380, Barrel length 3-1/2”. Manufactured in 1922. Standard Colt Model 1908 pistol with blued finish and Colt logo gutta -percha grips. This pistol retains approximately 85%-90% factory blue, mixed with some soft patina, minor high edge wear. Thinning on grip straps. Grips are near mint. The magazine is an original two tone stamped “CAL. 380 Colt”. Action is fine, bore is near mint. 600.00 - 800.00

911 - (C) PAIR OF MIS-MATCHED GERMAN LUGER PISTOLS. Serial No. 4112 & 1524. Both pistols have 4” barrels and are 9mm with blued finish. Gun A: serial 1524, manufactured by DWM. All visible matching numbers except side plate is stamped “40”. 75% original blued finish. Excellent checkered walnut grips (not numbered to gun) with an Erma magazine. Fine bore and action. Gun B: Serial #4112, mis-matched barrel, many re-numbered parts, after market brown plastic grips, 85% of a re-applied phosphate finish remains, magazine stamped “9849”, very good bore and action. 600.00 - 800.00

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912 - (C) NAZI WALTHER P38 AC 44 PISTOL. Serial No. 7758H. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 5”. All matching numbers. Slide is a blue/brown patina arsenal refinished. Left side of frame stamped Waffenamt “359”. Near mint brown plastic grips. Fine bore and action. Ac-44 factory code. 600.00 - 800.00

913 - (C) WALTHER P.38 NAZI MARKED SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 29849. 4.93” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistol has the ac44 factory code mid/late war, all matching numbers, and blued finish. Excellent two piece black wrap around grips. Stamped left side of frame with Waffenamt WaA 135. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt WaA 135 with five point star and seven point star. 90% original factory blued finish. Light wear on high edges. Has a blued magazine stamped P.38 jvd. In addition, this gun has “Interarms” stamped on right side of frame and “9mm” on right side of slide. Comes in original holster stamped jwa Waffenamt WaA 300. Very fine all original standard mid-war issue pistol. 600.00 - 800.00

914 - (C) US ARMY COLT MODEL 1911 A-1 PISTOL.* Serial No. 810052. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. This Colt was manufactured in 1942. Basis was a standard military model that has United States proper stamp and WB inspected. It has an earlier checkered short wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, checkered main spring housing with lanyard and short checkered trigger. This pistol retains 98% of the re-applied high polish blued finish, legends are fine, grips are a Keyes type brown checkered composite, very good bore and action. 600.00 - 800.00

915 - (C) NAZI MARKED POLISH RADOM VIS PISTOL. Serial No. F4949. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length is 4-1/2”. Referred to as the VIS pistol, it was manufactured in Poland in 1942. Standard features include; blued finish with the brown plastic grips, right panel marked “VIS”, left panel marked “FB”. Has the early war time blue finish. Right side of frame has the Waffenamt “77” stamp. Left side of slide and frame have the Waffenamt stamp as well as “WaA525”. All matching numbers including slide and barrel. Gun retains approximately 70% of the original war time finish. Grips are excellent. One magazine. Fine bore and action. Far above average condition. Fine used WWII production gun. 600.00 - 900.00

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916 - (M) MIB SMITH & WESSON MODEL 41 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. TAD7826. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 5-1/2”. Standard features: blue finish with wrap around 2 piece checkered walnut grips with left thumb rest. Manufactured in 1984-1985. The Model 41 single action, semi auto target was introduced in 1957. Features fully adjustable rear target sight. Gun is in 99% near new condition. Checkered walnut grips are excellent. Fine bore and action. Comes in the original numbered matching box with paperwork and tools. 600.00 - 900.00

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917 - (M) MIB SMITH & WESSON MODEL 41 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. TAD7150. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 7-1/2”. Standard features: blue finish with wrap around 2 piece checkered walnut grips with left thumb rest. Manufactured in 1984-1985. The Model 41 single action, semi auto target was introduced in 1957. Features fully adjustable rear target sight. Gun is in 99% near new condition. Checkered walnut grips are excellent. Fine bore and action. Comes in the original numbered matching box with paperwork and tools. Pistol has a scope rail mounted to top of slide. 600.00 - 900.00 LOT - 917

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918 - (C) COLT NEW SERVICE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 21539. Cal .45 long Colt. Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1909. Standard Colt New Service six shot, double action revolver with blued finish, case colored hammer and trigger, Colt gutta -percha grips and lanyard ring. Commercial issue. This revolver 99% gof the expertly restored re-applied finish. Grips are excellent. Fine strong bore, fine action. 600.00 - 900.00

919 - (C) S&W MODEL 41 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 94439. 94439 5-1/2” barrel in .22 LR caliber. The Model 41 is a .22 rim-fire single action semi-automatic pistol. This early pistol was manufactured from 1957 to 1959. It is chambered for the .22 LR cartridge. This model has the cocking indicator on the back of the frame. Other features include fully adjustable target rear sight, full blue finish, and thumb rest checkered walnut grips. While this gun may have been fired, it does not show any real wear. Retains 99% original factory blue. Grips are near mint. Comes with four magazines and set of original instructions. 600.00 - 900.00

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920 - (C) S&W MODEL 17-2 D.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. K493527. 6” barrel in caliber .22 rim-fire. Manufactured 1962. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, target sights, serrated case colored trigger, case colored hammer, and silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. This revolver still features the pinned barrel and recessed cylinder. Walnut grips are near mint, right panel is numbered to gun. Cylinder has light drag line with a hint of muzzle wear. Revolver retains approximately 99% original finish. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 921 921 - (M) LOT OF 2: MIB RUGER SINGLE SIX REVOLVERS. Serial No. 63-67370 & 260-37800. This lot consists of two boxed Ruger Single Six revolvers. Both are New Models, are chambered for the .22 rim-fire and have 6-1/2” barrels. The first Ruger is stainless steel and comes in the yellow box. Serial No. 260-37800. It is six shot, single action, with target sights, and walnut grips. With an extra .22 magnum cylinder. Both cylinders show burn but are as new inside and out with light drag line. Post-warning. The second Ruger is in the Red box. It has a blued finish and the same features as the first gun. Serial No. 63-67370. As new in and out with a light drag line. 600.00 - 900.00

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922 - (C) LOT OF 3: MISC. GERMAN PISTOLS. Serial No. 4460. Lot A) An early German Luger manufactured by DWM dated 1910 on bridge. Serial number is 4460, caliber is 9 mm, barrel length is 4”. This pistol is a mis-match of numbers. Slide and side plate are 8894, take down is 60, barrel is 5738, sight is 94, as is the toggle. Has checkered walnut grips, wood bottom magazine number 3192. Gun is a mix of blue and brown patina with wear on all high edges. Excellent bore. Gun B) Stoeger New York American Eagle .22 caliber Luger with American Eagle on bridge. Barrel has been removed and replaced with an after market 8” artillery barrel, no markings. No finish on barrel, 95% blue on frame. Serial number is C067. Has near mint checkered walnut grips, wood bottom magazine and a .22 caliber sleeved 4-1/2” barrel. Has an extras .22 caliber magazine. Lastly, in this group is a semi -automatic Mauser pocket pistol. Serial number is 84660, caliber is 7.65, barrel length 3”. Black monogram composite grips. This is from the 1910-1914 series. All German proofs. Slide has approximately 80% original blue. Frame is a blue mix with brown patina. Mauser left side plate is grey patina. Grips are excellent. Comes with one Mauser stamped magazine and a period holster. 600.00 - 900.00

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923 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1026 10MM PISTOL. Serial No. TFD4476. Caliber is 10mm, barrel length is 4-3/4”. A total of 1026 were produced from 1990-1991. It is a stainless steel, semi -automatic, third generation, 1,000 series double action semi -automatic pistol. Gun features white dot front site with the white dot Novak and black composite grips. It shows in near new condition with no visible wear. Has inspector sticker on left side, cleaning kit and an extra magazine in wrong model box. Given the short production run this may be a future collectible. 600.00 - 900.00

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924 - (C) BOXED FRENCH MANURHIN WALTHER PP PISTOL. Serial No. 361879. Caliber 7.65mm (.32 ACP), Barrel length 4”. Walther turned over manufacture for all PP models in the early 1950’s to the French firm of Manurhin, as a result of the ban of manufacturing weapons in post WWII Germany. The design was identical to pre -war West German Walthers but many consider the post war Manurhin the most finely finished weapons of this type. Standard features: blued finish, double action, semi -automatic, magazine fed, with the brown plastic Manurhin/Walther grips. Gun is in as new condition inside and out. Comes in the original cardboard box with extra magazine and cleaning tool. Proper label numbered to gun. This example was manufactured early to mid 60’s. 600.00 - 900.00 LOT - 924

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925 - (C) NAZI ISSUE STAR SEMI -AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 214957. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length 5”. This pistol is referred to as the Model B, manufactured in Spain. Features the commercial blue finish with checkered walnut stocks. Approximately 35,000 were procured by the Germany military in World War II. The right side of frame, slide and barrel are stamped “355” with the letter “B” on frame. Right side of frame has Waffenamt “WaA28”. Left side of slide has the star-”SA” with address and caliber stamp. Overall metal is a basic grey brown patina with flashes of blue. Grips are very good, one original magazine. Has a fine bore and action. The Nazi marked star pistols are relatively scarce and were considered the highest quality. 600.00 - 1,100.00

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LOT - 926 926 - (C) LOT OF 4: LUGER FRAMES AND MISC. PARTS. Serial No. 18451, 6988, 7110, & 6951. 4 Luger Frames. 4 Luger Magazines. 3 Pair Wooden Luger Grips Pair of Plastic Grips. Luger Barrel Assembly. Misc. Spare Parts. Frame #7110, Frame #6951 Germany Manufactured, Frame #6988, Frame #18451 refinished with pitting. One set of original grips that are worn. One set of plastic grips made in Chicago. Two sets of wooden checkered replacement grips have age. Four magazines. Two are blued with black plastic base, one not stamped. Other one is number 3538 with Nazi mark. Aluminum base #582 Nazi mark, blued body. Aluminum base #7262 Nazi Mark. Barrel assembly #6591 is refinished. Large lot of assorted parts to include toggle, BYF56, toggle ERFURT 47, Toggle DWM51, Toggle DWM10 (Four complete toggles with bolts.) There are two triggers and two side plates. One side plate is #56 and the other is not numbered. Numerous other small replacement parts. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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927 - (M) BELGIUM BROWNING HI-POWER PISTOL. Serial No. 72C39073. Caliber is 9 mm, Barrel length is 4-1/2”. Standard features include; blued finish with adjustable rear sight and checkered walnut grips. Comes with one magazine. Minor toning to front grip strap, minor high edge muzzle wear. Fine bore and action. 650.00 - 850.00

928 - (M) COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Serial No. 40202E. Caliber .357 magnum, Barrel length is 4”. Standard Python 4”, six shot double action, vent rib, full lug, adjustable sight, blue finish with silver medallion Colt walnut grips. Manufactured in 1976. Aside from a light drag line this revolver is in near new condition retaining all of its original blue finish with a beautiful set of very dark checkered grips. Near mint bore and action. This revolver would look right at home in a box. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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929 - (C) ITHACA U.S. MODEL 1911 - A1 ARMY PISTOL. Serial No. 886368. 5” barrel in caliber .45 ACP. Manufactured in 1943 using Colt patent, the left side of slide is stamped “Ithaca Gun Co. Inc.” Top of slide has the proof “P”, has the proper World War II sight with flat machined top, rounded corners with square notch, slide retains approximately 85% of the war time phosphate finish with some minor age freckling. The left side of frame has the “F.J.A.” (Frank J. Atwood) inspectors stamp. Atwood was who inspected Ithaca from June 1942 - March 1946. Left side of frame has proof “P” under magazine catch, and inside of the frame is stamped with Ordnance bomb. Right side of frame is stamped “United States Property M 1911 A1 U.S. Army”. Number “5” is stamped on right trigger bow. Other features include the spurless checkered hammer, a checkered safety and slide stop, has the checkered main spring housing with lanyard loop. Frame retains approximately the same amount of original finish as slide with light takedown wear. Has the blued barrel, left lug has proof “P”, right lug is stamped “H.S.” (High Standard). Has the brown composite Keyes grips with K in star numbered “8” and “13” with the outside reinforcing ring. Has a proper magazine and the barrel has a strong clean bore. Perfect action, grips near mint, nice example of a mid - war Ithaca. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

930 - (C) P.08 S/42 DATED CHAMBER LUGER (1937). Serial No. 3161. 4” barrel in caliber 9mm. Manufactured by Mauser for the German military from 1936 - 1940, this pistol is dated 1937 on front receiver bridge. Standard blued finish and checkered walnut grips. Grip panel stamped with letter D. Has all matching numbers on metal parts to include the matching aluminum bottom magazine with blued body. Waffenamt stamp 63 on magazine. Grips are very good some finish added. Thumbprint-sized dent on right panel. Frame has three Waffenamt stamps along with 63. Has a Waffenamt on right side of panel. Grip straps have turned grey patina. Gun retains 95% blue. Stamped S42 on toggle. Fine bore and action. Comes in an original brown holster dated 1937 with Waffenamt WaA387 manufactured in Berlin by Gensehow & Co. No tools or extra magazines. This is a later salt blued version with no straw colors. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

931 - (M) COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. E91234. Barrel length is 4”, caliber is .357 magnum. This colt was manufactured in 1975. It features the high polish factory blued finish with vent rib and solid lug. Six shot, double action, target rear sight, wide checkered spur, serrated trigger with a near mint set of gold medallion, checkered walnut grips. Gun shows little signs of having been fired. Cylinder has light drag line with a hint of high edge wear at top of frame. 98%-99% of all original beautiful revolver. Comes in a period two piece box not numbered to gun. Has an end label for a 6” barrel. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 931

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932 - (M) MIB COLT SHERIFF’S MODEL S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 168SE3. .45 LC caliber with a 3” barrel. In 1987, Colt produced a special five gun series of Sheriff’s models (Colt Single Action Army’s manufactured without ejectors). These were produced with consecutive serial numbers, were finished in the full royal blue finish, with the gold medallion smooth walnut grips. They are all referred to as the Colt Single Action Army Sheriff’s model. Some of the barrel lengths offered in this sheriff’s model set were the only such examples manufactured during the Sheriff’s model production. Revolver is in as new condition in and out with the lightest drag line. Comes in its original numbered box with paperwork, hang tags, and remains unfired. This example sports the rare 3” barrel. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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933 - (C) ITHACA 1911 A-1 U.S. ARMY PISTOL. Serial No. 1853981. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1944. Standard Ithaca manufacture Model 1911 left side of slide is stamped “Ithaca Gun Co Inc. Ithaca NY” Right side of slide is stamped “United States Property M 1911 A-1 U.S. Army” Left side of frame has the “FJA” stamp for Frank Atwood with proof “P”. Has the brown plastic Keyes grips with outer reinforcing ring, reinforced insides with a “K “within a star. The blued barrel has “P” on the left lug and “HS” (high standard) on the right lug. Features serrated slide stop, checkered safety, serrated non spur hammer, serrated arched main spring and a proper magazine. Fine action, bright and shiny bore. This is a fine all original mid war Ithaca retaining 90% or better of the military phosphate finish. 1,500.00 - 2,200.00

934 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911-A1 US ARMY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 941126. Caliber .45 ACP cartridge, Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1942. Offered is a standard high condition Colt Model 1911-A1. All original, with the exception of a G lettered barrel period replacement. Standard features: military phosphate finish, variation 3 square notch rear sight, checkered short trigger, checkered slide stop and safety, checkered short wide spur hammer, checkered arched main spring housing with lanyard, Keyes brown plastic grips with outer reinforcing ring, inner reinforcements with “K” within star. Left side of frame has “GHD” inspector stamp (Guy Drewry June 1942- July 1945). Top of slide has proof “P” as well as on the left side of frame. Left side of slide has patent stamps with pony in center. Right side of frame stamped United States Property” “M 1911 A1 U.S. Army”. 97% original factory war-time phosphate finish with minor high edge wear. Fine bore and action. Extremely fine condition early war Colt. 1,500.00 - 2,200.00

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935 - (C) BOXED COLT MOD 1911 A1 SERIES 70 NICKEL PISTOL Serial No. 70B31223. Barrel length is 5 inches. Caliber is 45 ACP. Offered is a beautiful, as new, Colt government model. Mark IV Series 70. Retains all of the original factory nickel finish with no signs of any drag line. Does have a blued seriated trigger. Comes with silver medallion stag grips. Comes in the box with hang tag, paperwork, and an original receipt for $575. Manufactured in 1982. Also includes original paperwork. Box is very good. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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936 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM GUN SHOP S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. S02038A. Caliber .45 LC, Barrel Length 5-1/2”. Manufactured in 1993. This revolver is basically a standard six shot, single action with blue and case colored finish. Has the custom gun shop real ivory grips. Gun is unfired, no visible drag line with some minor flaking of the frame varnish. Comes in the original box with paperwork and matching end label. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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937 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 A - 1 U.S. ARMY (1941). Serial No. 732361. 5” barrel in caliber .45 ACP. Very desirable 1941 production Colt U.S. Model 1911 A1 with the blued finish. Left side of slide has the patent markings with pony in center. Top of slide is stamped with a “P”. Right side of slide is blank, which is correct. The left side of frame has the “R.S.” inspectors mark in box for Robert Sears, 1937 - 1941. Has a proof “P” under magazine release, right side of frame is stamped, “United States Property M1911 A1 US Army”. Right trigger bow stamped “69”, left bow has the verified proof and is stamped “P”. It has the spurless, type six checkered hammer that was introduced in August of 1942. Has the checkered slide stop, safety, checkered arched main spring housing with lanyard. Top inside of frame has, “G” inspectors stamp. Overall gun retains about 60% of original blue, thinning and mixed with light patina. Blued barrel is stamped “Colt .45 Auto” on left side, left lug has a proof “P”, and also has a strong clean bore. Has brown composite Keyes style grips. One panel simply stamped “8”. No stars. Has a period magazine. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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938 - (C) P.O8 1920 POLICE/MILITARY LUGER. Serial No. 3125. 4” barrel in caliber 9mm. Pistols stamped/dated 1920 and 1921 were manufactured for the post war German army and police unit. This example is dated 1921 on the front receiver bridge and has the DWM stamp on toggle. This example has all matching numbers and is not a Police rework. Has a matching number wood bottom magazine with a nickel finish. Has beautiful straw colors on small parts with a fire blue left side extractor. The near mint checkered walnut grips are marked 25 on inside panels (matching). The front grip strap is stamped 1.K.D.11. Comes in original holster dated 1934 with a Waffenamt WaA136 and a loading tool stamped 133. Only a few thousands new manufactured police Lugers were produced. Retaining 90% original factory blue. Thinning on grips straps and high edges. Fine bore and action. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

939 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1904). Serial No. 260795. Barrel length is 4-3/4”, caliber is .41 long colt. Offered is a standard Colt Single Action Army manufactured in 1904. Barrel retains approximately 70% of the re-applied finish as does the trigger guard. Back strap is mix of blue and brown. Cylinder retains approximately 60% finish, thinning. Case colors have faded to brown patina. Has two piece ivory grips. Index and locks up perfectly. Strong rifle bore with minor abrasion. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

940 - (C) P.08 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER. Serial No. 78817. 3-7/8” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. This Luger is not stamped Germany but does have German proofs which indicates it was for commercial sale within the country. This example has the stock lug. No signs of rework. DWM stamped on toggle still retains 97% blue with only light wear on high edge of rail and side plate. Beautiful near mint straw colors. Aluminum body wood bottom magazine with no markings. Excellent checkered walnut grips not stamped. Fine bore and action. Comes in an original holster with an extra aluminum bottom nickel magazine numbered 3485 with Waffenamt 63. Holster has Waffenamt WaA 163. Code stamp DIU .41. No loading tool. High condition, high quality commercial, pre-war Luger. 1,600.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 940

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941 - (C) GERMAN LUGER MODEL P.08-1934-CODE 42 PISTOL Serial No. 1483. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 4”. Manufactured by Mauser for the German military, dated 1940 above chamber. Manufactured from 1939-1940 only. Marked “Gesichert” on left side. “Code 42” stamped on toggle. Features the blued finish and checkered walnut grips. This beautiful pistol has all matching numbers. The back strap has some minor age freckling as does the front strap. Waffenamt stamp can be found on right side barrel and frame. There is a hint of muzzle wear and high edge wear on side plate hump. Has shoulder stock slot on rear grip strap. Grips are excellent but not numbered. Overall factory bluing remains 95% plus. Fine bore and action. Aluminum bottom magazine stamp “122” with Waffenamt “37”. Original black holster stamped “bml/41 Waffenamt stamp WaA013” Tool has Waffenamt “133” stamp. One magazine has matching serial #1483. Extra magazine #808 with Waffenamt “63”. Beautiful, near mint, all matching, early war, German Luger. 1,600.00 - 2,100.00 LOT - 941

942 - (C) GERMAN LUGER MODEL P.08-1934-CODE S/42 (1937) Serial No. 4093. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 4”. This pistol was manufactured by Mauser for contract or commercial sales. Only a few hundred were manufactured. Stamped “Gesichert” on left side. Has all matching numbers. 1937 dated on bridge. Waffenamt stamp on right side barrel and frame and left barrel. Blued finish remains at 85%, thinning on grip straps. Fine bore and action. Magazine with aluminum bottom #847 with Waffenamt “63” stamp. Right grip panel has matching last two digits (93). Extra magazine with aluminum bottom is stamped “4387Waffenamt 2”. Original black holster has Waffenamt stamped dated 1938. This was a World War II bring-back and comes with the capture papers listing gun by serial number. 1,800.00 - 2,200.00 LOT - 942

943 - (C) GERMAN LUGER MODEL P.08-1934-CODE 42 (1940). Serial No. 4625. Caliber 9 mm, Barrel length 4”. Manufactured by Mauser for the German military dated 1940 on chamber, Code 42 on toggle. All matching numbers. German Waffenamt stamp on left side of barrel and four on the right side of barrel and frame. Checkered walnut grips, right panel stamped #25. Standard blued finish, gun retains approximately 96% of the original blue including straps with light muzzle and rail wear. Fine bore and action. Aluminum bottom magazine #8484 with Waffenamt “63”. Comes with three additional magazines, all are numbered but not matching to the gun. Comes in an original brown leather holster. Stamped “Gehrckens-Pinneberg 1940” on back. Tool does not have the Waffenamt stamp. Beautiful early war, high condition, all matching Luger with rig. 1,800.00 - 2,200.00 LOT - 943

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944 - (C) DWM 1914/1917 GERMAN ARTILLERY LUGER PISTOL Serial No. 9470. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 8”. Standard artillery Luger manufactured in 1917 by DWM for the German army. Has the 9 position rear adjustable sight. All matching numbers. Checkered walnut grips, #70 stamped on right panel (matching). Beautiful straw colors on extractor, trigger, takedown and safety. There is a bit of high edge wear on rails and side plate hump but this beautiful pistol retains approximately 95% plus factory blue including straps. Grips are near mint. Fine bore and action. One would be hard pressed to find a better example of these artillery models. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

945 - (C) GERMAN LUGER MODEL P.08-1934-BYF PISTOL. Serial No. 5934. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 4”. This is a 1941 dated code “42” model manufactured by Mauser for German military sales. Left side of frame is stamped “Gesichert” left side of frame is stamped “P.08” Pistol remains in phenomenal condition with all matching numbers. The left side of barrel and toggle are stamped with the Waffenamt with four additional Waffenamt stamps on right side. Aside from some light muzzle wear and light wear on left side plate, gun appears nearly new, unfired condition, retaining 98% of the factory finish. Checkered walnut grips are not numbered and are in excellent condition. Magazine has the black plastic bottom, left side is stamped “fxo” with Waffenamt “37” and “P.08”. Bore and action are fine. Comes with a black leather original holster. Stamped “jme 1942-P.08” with Waffenamt stamp “WaA 14”. Has original tool with Waffenamt stamp. Extra magazine has stamp “fxo-P.08-Waffenamt 37”. The holster has a German death head attached to cover. Green verdigris on inside indicates this is a period holster. A beautiful, mid war, Nazi marked, German Luger. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

946 - (C) 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE 4 - 3/4” LUGER. Serial No. 46401. 4 - 3/4” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. These American Eagle Lugers were manufactured for export to the U.S. The serial number on this pistol falls right in the middle range and is standard for this model in all respects. It has all matching numbers. The right grip panel is simply stamped, “8”. There is no serial number on the wood bottomed magazine. It is stamped “Germany” on the front of the frame. Has the blue finish with the straw colors. Front receiver bridge is stamped with the American Eagle and the toggle is stamped “DWM”. Has the grip safety. This pistol retains approximately 93% original factory blue. There is light wear at muzzle, some thinning in patina on grip straps, side plate is starting to patina, and some light high edge wear on rails. An estimated 7,500 to 8,500 total production. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

947 - (C) ITHACA MODEL 1911 A-1 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 1247819. Caliber .45 ACP Barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1943. Standard mid war production, Ithaca, WWII semi -automatic 45. Frame is stamped “Ithaca Gun Company Inc Ithaca NY”. The blued WWII barrel was manufactured by High standard. Left lug stamped “P”, right lug stamped “H.S.” Brown Keyes plastic grips with reinforcing rings, reinforced back with Keyes star (proper), left side of frame is stamped “FJA” (Frank J. Atwood). There is a proof “P” on the left side frame near magazine release. Features include: short checkered trigger, checkered magazine release, serrated arched main spring housing, serrated slide lock, spurless short checkered hammer, serrated slide stop. This pistol is in beautiful all matching original condition retaining 97-98% of the original military phosphate finish. Fine action, excellent bore. These all original early mid war Ithaca’s in high condition are getting difficult to find. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

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948 - (C) BROOM HANDLE MAUSER C96 PISTOL. Serial No. 353485. Caliber 7.63mm Barrel length 5-1/2”. Offered is a commercial Mauser. Serial number falls into the serial number range on page 124 in the “System Mauser book” Features a late adjustable rear sight to 1000 yds. Has “NS” stamped at rear of hammer. All matching numbers. Excellent serrated walnut grips. Pistol retains 98% of the original blue finish. Straw and fire blue on the extractor. Fine bore and action. Comes with the walnut shoulder stock holster and leather harness. Holster #867, is in near mint condition. Leather hanger is stamped “Joseph Moll Goch 1916”. Holster is in excellent condition, all original, comes with cleaning rod. Near mint pistol in fine original rig. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

949 - (C) SCARCE COLT 2-1/2” BLUED PYTHON REVOLVER. Serial No. 53637. Caliber. .357 magnum, Barrel length 2-1/2”. This scarce little Colt Python was manufactured in 1966. Features: six shot, double action, blued finish, vent rib, solid lug, adjustable rear sight, serrated trigger, wide spur target hammer, and silver medallion checkered walnut officers model type grips. The ends of the cylinder and muzzle shows light wear and a light drag line, retains majority of the factory blue finish. Fine bore and action. Grips are near mint. The 2-1/2” Python is the most eagerly sought after of all. Beautiful little Python snub nose. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

950 - (M) MIB COLT SHERIFF’S MODEL S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 168SE55. Caliber .45 LC, Barrel length 5-1/2”. In 1987, Colt produced a special five gun series of Sheriff’s models (Colt Single Action Army’s manufactured without ejectors). They were finished in the full royal blue with the gold medallion smooth walnut grips. They are all referred to as the Colt Single Action Army Sheriff’s model. Some of the barrel lengths offered in this sheriff’s model series were the only such examples manufactured during the Sheriff’s model production. This revolver is in as new condition in and out and has the lightest of drag marks. This gun comes in an original box with paperwork, hang tags, and remains unfired. This example sports the rare 5-1/2” barrel. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00 LOT - 950

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LOT - 951 951 - (C) ENTIRE WWII TRUNK J. HOGAN (2 CAPTURE PISTOLS) Serial No. 2618. Offered is a time capsule into the World War II life of John D. Hogan of Bristol, Rhode Island. John served in Europe during the Second World War. This trunk load of World War II mementos were kept within the family since that time. Items included are too numerous to mention each and every piece. The crux of the collection are two German bring-back pistols. The first is a standard Walther P38 (9mm with a 5” barrel) with all matching numbers. It was manufactured at the BYF factory and dated 1944. Left side of frame has the Waffenamt “WaA 135” stamp as well as three Nazi stamps on right side slide. Has brown composite grips. Retains approximately 90% of the original factory finish. John engraved his initials “J.D.H.” on left side of slide and left grip panel, as well as “J.D. Hogan” on right grip panel. The second pistol is a Sauer (7.65mm, 444555 serial number, with a 3-1/4” barrel) with blued finish. The original grips were replaced with a set of clear Lucite ones that allows one to see the various internal parts. The front grip strap exhibits minor corrosion, as does the back grip strap. Balance of gun retains 75% original blue. The Walther is accompanied by an original bdr43 holster with Waffenamt stamp. It has two magazines. The green army trunk is stenciled on top “Lt. John D. Hogan Jr.”, as well as both sides and the back, and “J.D.H.” on the front. The bottom of the trunk is filled with original military clothing: underwear, pants with suspenders, socks, seven soft hats, jacket, etc. Also includes a pup tent. The top drawer has a fully equipped engineer drawing bag, a 10K gold plated 17 jewel pocket watch, 10K gold ring, rifle cleaning rod, Gillette shaving kit, three sets of dog tags, name badge, shoulder holster for the Sauer, instruction booklet for firing the Colt .45, packet of original photographs, two boxes of smalls (pins, boxes, badges, first aid kit, etc.), 1911 Colt holster, leather gloves, a Sam Brown belt, postmarked Christmas card 1945, and a letter to Captain John Hogan written on February 20, 1946. Some of the paperwork dates to just after the war. An incredible offering. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

952 - (M) CASED COLT PYTHON S.S. DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Serial No. V60248. Caliber .357 magnum, Barrel length 4”. Stainless steel model was manufactured 1983-1996. This revolver sports the Colt Pachmayr gold medallion and presentation rubber grips. It is a six shot, double action with vent rib, adjustable rear sight, target hammer and serrated trigger. Some red paint has been added to the front sight blade. Cylinder shows burn with a light drag line. Perfect bore and action. Front sight blade is not standard. Comes in the original carrying case. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 952

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953 - (M) BOXED COLT PRE-SERIES 70 1911 SUPER. Serial No. 200412. 5” barrel in caliber .38 Super. Pistol was manufactured in 1968. It is all original as manufactured in near new condition inside and out in the original Colt two piece box that is numbered to gun on bottom. Features include high polished factory blue, wind drift rear sight, brown Colt logo composite grips, original Colt marked magazine. There is a light takedown line and some light high edge muzzle wear. Still retains 99% original factory blue. Near mint bore and action. Box is excellent. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 953

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954 - (C) EARLY MODEL 1908 GERMAN LUGER (1913). Serial No. 4504. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. This is a beautiful example of a pre World War I German Luger that was part of the 1908 military contract. Manufactured at the D.W.M. arsenal. Has all matching numbers including grip panels with the exception of the wood bottom grips which are not numbered. This pistol retains fully 90% of the original factory blue. Has a small rub on front grip strap with some minor high edge wear on side plate and muzzle. Fine bore and action. It is getting exceedingly difficult to find early pre World War I matching Lugers with this much original condition. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

955 - (C) NAZI P.08 1934 CODE BYF LUGER. Serial No. 3254. 4” barrel in 9mm. The front receiver bridge is stamped 42 and has the byf manufacture code on toggle. It has all matching numbers except checkered walnut grips are not numbered. Standard factory blue finish. Right side of frame is stamped with three Waffenamts. Two marked 135 and one with a swastika. Waffenamt on right side of barrel. Grips are not marked. Pistol is in all original condition. Retaining 85-90% factory original blue with the usual high edge ware on left side plate, muzzle, rails, grip straps, still retain 90% original blue. Fine bore and action. Comes with an original black leather holster bml/41 with Waffenamt swastika WaA788. Comes with two magazines. Blued magazine with black plastic end cap stamped fxo Waffenamt 137. The extra magazine is blued with aluminum base 5680 with Waffenamt 63 has a loading tool with Waffenamt stamp. Fine mid-war set. 1,800.00 - 2,800.00

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956 - (C) GERMAN LUGER LOT. Serial No. 1059. The pistol manufactured at Erfert in 1917 with 4â&#x20AC;? barrel, 9mm serial number is 1059. Pistol is rough, has mis-matched numbers, there are cuts in the bridge, basically grey metal finish, has unit stamped 4AR on grip strap. Magazine is stamped 8495 and is of later period, decent bore, worn grips. Comes with two original period holsters. Both are brown leather. Neither holster has a maker mark that is visible. Both are in very good original condition. 500.00 - 800.00

957 - (C) COLT LIGHTENING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 147003. 4-1/2â&#x20AC;? barrel in .38 LC caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1903. Features blued barrel, cylinder, back strap and trigger guard, with case colored hammer and frame. Has near mint Colt logo black composite grips, barrel and cylinder retain approximately 60% original factory blue with thinning and patina with light age freckling. Frame retains traces of case colors but basically patterned out. Fine fire blue on back of hammer, most screws still retain generous amounts of fire blue. Has a strong clean bore, action works fine both single and double. Comes in an old partitioned box with a full box of .38 short cartridges. Cartridge box is open and has two labels. 700.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 957

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LOT - 958 958 - (M) PAIR OF 2: BOXED U.S. TRAINING RIFLES. Serial No. 152454 & GM016712. The first gun is a Kimber Model 82 single shot bolt action U.S. government marked .22 with a 25” barrel, blued finish, and walnut stock. Rifle is as new in the box with accessories and instructions, in shipping crate. The second gun is a boxed Mossberg U.S. target rifle, magazine fed, with removable target sights, 26” barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock. This gun is in as new, arsenal finish, never removed from cosmoline bag. This is a fine pair of near mint unused military marked .22 training rifles that will prove to be a solid investment as these types of weapons are fast disappearing into collections. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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959 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER MODEL PP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 371875P. 3-3/4” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. This Nazi marked Walther was manufactured in 1944. Features the blued finish with the Walther banner black composite grips, double action, matted rib. Left side of slide and frame have Waffenamt stamp with “WAA359”. Barrel and slide have the German proof mark on right side. Slide has the ac factory code. Typical war-time finish with gun metal grip straps, balance of gun retains approximately 93%-95% of the war-time finish. Grips are near mint. Fine bore and action. Most of the wear appears to be high edge slide wear from a holster. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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960 - (C) WWI GERMAN LUGER SEMI -AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 107. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Pistol was manufactured at the Erfurt arsenal in 1916. Part of the 1914 military contract that was manufactured in 1914-1918. It has all matching numbers including grip panels with the exception of the wood bottom magazine which is numbered to another gun. Barrel has some age freckling, side plate and rails has high edge wear. Grip straps are a blue brown patina, nice straw colors on small parts. Balance of pistol retains approximately 80% original blue. Nice example of a mid-World War I German P-08. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

961 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 A1 PISTOL (CONVERSION). Serial No. 1653309. Barrel length is 5”, caliber is .22 long rifle. This frame bears the inspector stamp of Guy Dewey (June 1942 - July 1945). Right side of frame has the ordinance department wheel (October 1942) and is stamped United States Property M-1911 A1 US Army. Frame is a blue brown patina mix with sharp legends. All proper WWII parts to include short checkered trigger. Checkered arched main spring with lanyard, checkered hammer sans spur, checkered slide stop and safety. It sports a pair of Keyes type brown plastic grips (not marked). The slide is a commercial Colt .22 conversion unit with adjustable sights along with matching barrel and magazine. Slide is also a mix of blue brown dull military type finish. Fine bore and action. The frame was manufactured in 1944. 800.00 - 1,200.00

962 - (C) ASTRA 900 FLAT-SIDE BROOM HANDLE MAUSER PISTOL Serial No. 16222. Caliber is 7.63 Mauser, Barrel length is 5-1/2”. Left side of frame is stamped “Astra automatic pistol cal. 7.63 patent July. 12. 1928”. Right side of frame has the Spanish proof marks, has a blued finish, 12 groove walnut grips with lanyard ring, a fine action, bore is very good with some minor abrasion. Pistol retains approximate 75% of original factory blue with balance turning patina. It comes in an original period leather holster in very good condition with some back alterations for angle carry. 800.00 - 1,300.00 LOT - 962

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963 - (A) CASED COLT HERITAGE WALKER DRAGOON REVOLVER. Serial No. 1066. In 1980 Colt re-introduced a special edition of the famous Walker Dragoon in which 1,000 were manufactured. They were specially engraved and inlaid on the left side with “The Colt Heritage Commemorative”. Left side of frame is stamped “C Company No. 1066”. Right side of barrel has engraved and gold inlaid images of Samuel Walker and Samuel Colt and is stamped “U.S. 1847”. Both sides of the grips bear the inspector cartouche. The bottom of the barrel lug, trigger guard, and back-strap are all stamped “C Company 1066”. The cylinder features the roll engraving of the Texas Ranger battle scene. Standard features include a 9” barrel; single action; six shot; chambered for the .44 caliber percussion; with blued barrel, cylinder, and back-strap; case colored frame, hammer, and loading lever; with square back brass trigger guard. The gun is new, mint, unfired, with no drag line. It is housed in the beautiful Colt Heritage walnut display case with green velvet lining, French fitted, with walnut accessory box. Comes with a tray that holds the hard cover Colt Heritage book, signed by R.L. Wilson. 800.00 - 1,400.00

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964 - (M) AUTO MAG MODEL 180 .357 AMP PROTOTYPE PISTOL. Serial No. 2. Caliber 9 x 33/.357 AMP, Barrel length 6-5/8”. The Auto Mag was introduced to the world in 1971 and was produced until 2002 by eleven different manufacturers. It was the invention of Max Gaura, introduces as a seven round, stainless steel, semi -automatic, pistol that has a futuristic appearance with a vent rib, adjustable rear sight and black polymer grips. This early example appears to be a tool room model. There are no factory markings anywhere on the gun as to the model or maker. The left side is stamped “9.33” and a singular serial number stamped on frame of “002”. The front and rear grip straps are stippled as are both the bolt pullback ears. Finish is rough, never saw a final polishing. Bore and action are fine. Grips are near mint. Comes with a 1971 AMT shooters manual for the .44 automatic pistol. 800.00 - 1,500.00

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965 - (M) BOXED/CASED S&W MODEL 57. Serial No. N473719. Caliber .41 magnum, Barrel length is 4”. Manufactured from 1977-1978. Offered is a near new Smith & Wesson Model 57 six shot, double action with the pinned barrel recessed cylinder, smooth target cased colored trigger with checkered target case colored hammer, adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight and silver medallion checkered grips. Extremely light cylinder drag line, 99% condition. No cylinder burn. Comes in original mahogany display case with tools and paperwork. Box has original outer shipping box numbered to gun. 900.00 - 1,200.00

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966 - (C) S & W MODEL K-22 MASTERPIECE REVOLVER. Serial No. k17460. Caliber .22 long rifle, Barrel length 6”. This “Pre-Model 17” was manufactured in 1947, second year of post war production. Standard features: six shot, double action, adjustable target rear sight, blued finish, case colored checkered hammer, case colored serrated trigger, and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Pinned barrel and recessed chambers.This revolver is built on the square butt, K, target frame, five screw. Right grip panel is stamped with matching serial number. Grips are in excellent condition with sharp checkering, black discs. There is a hint of muzzle wear and a light cylinder drag line. Revolver retains 98% factory blue. Action is perfect and bore is near mint. Extremely fine condition early post war, K-22. 900.00 - 1,200.00

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967 - (M) S&W MODEL 1911 DOUG KONIG S.A. PISTOL. Serial No. UBZ0025. Barrel length is 5”, caliber is .45 a.c.p. This pistol was introduced at the 2003 shot show. Features full size stainless steel frame, blued slide with front and rear serrations, S&W adjustable target rear sight, S&W logo diamond checkered rose with grips, adjustable trigger, ambidextrous safety’s, extended beaver tail grip safety, checkered back strap with serrated front strap and adjustable aluminum trigger. This pistol is in new near condition inside and out. Comes in the original carry case with two magazines. Right side of the frame is stamped Doug Konig. 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 967

968 - (M) BOXED COLT COMBAT COMMANDER SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. RCC0155. Caliber .45 ACP, Barrel Length 4-1/2”. This is a Colt Custom Shop offering. Features the full factory high polish blue finish with gold filled lettering. Features include: white dot front and rear sights, bobbed and jeweled light weight hammer, smooth long pull, light weight trigger, blued and side jeweled grip safety, checkered flat main spring, serrated front grip strap and laser carved rosewood grips. This is the Tallow exclusive Royal Combat, 1 of only 400 made. Is as new inside and out. No signs of having been fired. Come in the original box with two magazines and extra set of grips. Box is numbered to gun. 900.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 968 304

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969 - (C) MAUSER BROOMHANDLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 80995. 5-1/2” barrel in caliber 7.63mm. This standard Broomhandle Commercial Mauser retains approximately 98% of the re-applied high polish blued finish. Matching numbers. Has the serrated walnut grips which are very good to excellent with a lanyard loop. Fine legends. Poor bore. 300.00 - 500.00

970 - (M) CASED S&W MODEL 29-2 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. N385631. Caliber .44 magnum, Barrel length is 6-1/2”. The classic Dirty Harry revolver in the beautiful factory nickel finish. This revolver is housed in its original mahogany case with all accessories as well as the original shipping box and matching label. It is a six shot, double action with adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight, case colored wide target hammer and trigger with silver medallion checkered rosewood grips. Cylinder face shows very minor burn and there is a light drag line. Inside frame is stamped N for nickel. Grips are not numbered. Last of the pinned barrels and recessed chambers. This was the last of the pinned and recessed Model 29’s. Discontinued the 6-1/2” barrel length. It was manufactured in 1975-1976. A superb revolver in top condition with all the original packaging and some paperwork. 900.00 - 1,300.00 LOT - 970

971 - (M) CASED UZI SEMIAUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. UP00969. Manufactured by Israel military industries and imported by Action Arms LTD. Arguably one of the most famous Military type firearms every manufactured. Featured in just about every modern day action motion picture. Standard features include the matte black phosphate finish with composite grips. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. It is a magazine fed double action semi -automatic. Comes in carry case with two magazines, instructions, tool, and outer liner. 900.00 - 1,300.00

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972 - (C) WALTHER MODEL PPK WAFFENAMT SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 304222K. 3-3/8” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. Favorite for World War II Nazi Officers a Waffenamt stamped model was made in 1940 - 1945. Standard features are blued finish and brown composite one piece wrap around Walther banner grips. The left side of frame and slide have the Waffenamt WaA 359. Right side of slide and barrel have the German proof. Gun retains approx. 75% factory blue. High edge wear. With some thinning and minor age freckling. The grips are excellent with no cracks. The magazine is numbered to gun. Has fine bore and action. Comes in period unmarked black holster. 900.00 - 1,300.00

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973 - (C) COLT U.S. MODEL 1911 ARMY PISTOL. Serial No. 1535970. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. Manufactured 1944. Offered is a standard World War II frame manufactured by Remington Rand and stamped “U.S. Property Model 1911-A1”. Left side of frame has the “F.J.A.” (Frank Atwood June 1942 to March1946) inspector mark. Has the “SA” Springfield Arsenal rebuild stamp on right side of frame. “G” code stamped inside frame. Slide has the “P” on top. The old style Colt slide with pony in center. Has the short checkered trigger, checkered hammer without spurs, serrated slide stop, serrated safety, serrated arched mainspring housing. Barrel has “MP” stamped on left lug. Top of barrel stamped “.45 Auto 7791193”. “SW” stamped on right lug. Clean bore. Solid blue magazine stamped “Colt .45 Auto”. Replacement Keyes type brown plastic grips No. 5564062 and 4063. Typical World War II rebuild using mixed parts. Comes with a Boyt holster. Gun retains approximately 90% of the reapplied military matte finish. 900.00 - 1,300.00

974 - (C) U.S. COLT MODEL 1911 A1 PISTOL. Serial No. 560639. Caliber .45 A.C.P., Barrel length is 5”. This Colt was manufactured in 1918, but was refurbished for the Second World War in the black military phosphate finish. Left side of frame has the Eagle Head S.A. inspector stamp. Left side of slide has the patent dates with center pony. Right side of frame is stamped “United States Property”. Keyes style reinforced brown plastic grips, not marked. WWII short checkered wide spring hammer, checkered safety, serrated slide stop, blued barrel, stamped “S.P.” on left lug. Fine bore and perfect action. Gun retains 98% of the arsenal re-applied finish. Fine condition WWII overhauled 1911. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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975 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 ARMY SEMI -AUTOMATIC PISTOL Serial No. 146798. Caliber is .45 a.c.p., barrel length is 5”. Frame of this pistol was manufactured in 1917. Has the Gilbert Stuart inspector mark on left a side of frame “1915-1918.” Frame is stamped United States Property. The slide is a sans seriff’s post 246,000 range slide. Has a replaced barrel post two million range. All other parts are proper WWI era. Checkered slide stock, safety, wide spur hammer, smooth trigger, smooth flat main spring housing with lanyard and diamond checkered walnut grips. Grips show wear, pistol now sports a dark matte military finish. Magazine is WWII replacement. Typical arsenal rebuild but not marked as such. 900.00 - 1,400.00

976 - LOT OF COLT RELATED DOCUMENTS. To include: 1) Oct 1925 bulletin of the Wadsworth Athenaeum 2) 11” x 14” broadside “Vote Now tells us what you think about the Colt Piece Maker”, black backside. 3) Section of Chapter 1 of book “Firearms” 4) Announcement of the opening of Armsmear. 5) 8-10 Coltsman Magazine perforated for binder. Dated 1944. 6) Flyer for the new safety on Smith & Wesson revolvers, blank back. 100.00 - 200.00

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977 - LOT OF 5: LARGE COPPER & BRASS POWDER FLASKS. Largest: 9” T. Modern. Two large flasks that measure 9” with cannons and shaking hands, one medium sized flask with cannon, and two smaller flasks. Comes with three cappers. (Good Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00

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978 - PETERS SHOT - SHELL 12 GAUGE 2 - PIECE BOX. 4” x 4” x 2 - 1/2”. Fairly scarce issue with fine graphics on paper label, with both end tabs, blank bottom with minor wear to edges. 100.00 - 250.00

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979 - LOT OF 3: WWII GERMAN LUGER HOLSTERS. One is tan and stamped “DLU 1940” and “P08” with Waffenamt stamp and “WaA727”. The second has no visible marking on back. The last is a hard leather holster is carved off the back. (Good Very Good). 250.00 - 400.00

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980 - LOT OF BULLET MOLDS AND POWDER HORNS. Lot includes; two pistol and two rifle (one is broken) and three small period powder horns. 150.00 - 300.00

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981 - LOT OF 5: MILITARY HOLSTERS FOR SMALL AUTOMATICS. One has factory code hsy for a Mauser. The second is a small tan holster, unmarked for a small semi-automatic German pistol. The third is an unmarked black holster for a small Mauser type pistol. The fourth is an unmarked brown holster for a Mauser type semi-automatic pistol. And the last is a pig skin holster with double magazine pouches, medium to large size frame, and no visible markings. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00 LOT - 981

982 - LOT OF 4: EARLY RIFLE POWDER HORNS WITH WOOD CAPS. The largest measures approximately 12”. Smallest measures approximately 8”. All are in very good to excellent condition. Each has period cap. No inscriptions. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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983 - LOT OF U.S. PISTOL/RIFLE MAGAZINES. Includes two as new Colt .45 1911 magazines in pouch, three two-toned Colt .45 pre-war 1911 magazines, two nickel plated .45 1911 magazines with bumper holes, a World War II .45 magazine, two magazines stamped “AK” that look to be for a Colt Woodsman, and a Winchester magazine for the Model 88/100 rifle. (Good Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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984 - LOT OF 8: MILITARY RIFLE MAGAZINES. Includes one Colt M16 A1 .556, three extended stick magazines .45 caliber for the Thompson machine gun (one stamped Seymour, and the other two are stamped U.S.-30 Cartridge Cal .45), and four SKS magazines (large capacity). Also includes a camouflage cartridge pouch. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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985 - LOT OF 24: MILITARY RIFLE MAGAZINES. Two Thompson machine gun extended .45 magazines, two AR-15 magazines (one extended), six extended M1 carbine magazines, 13 standard M1 carbine magazines, and one military magazine still factory wax sealed. Also includes five army OD cartridge pouches. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00

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986 - MIB ARMY AIR CORPS FLYING GOGGLES. 7 - 3/4â&#x20AC;? L. These were issued to the Army Air Corps before the Air Force was formed. Comes with a pouch of different colored lenses. Made by Rochester Optical. Original Army issue box. (Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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987 - LOT OF 5: U.S. MODEL 1861/63 RIFLED MUSKET LOCKS. To include a contract U.S. musket LG&Y, Windsor, Vermont dated 1864 complete lock and hammer in the white. The second is an E. Robinson New York contract lock dated 1863, complete with hammer, in the white. Both of the above locks are in excellent condition with sharp legends. The third is a U.S. Springfield stamped lock with eagle, dated 1865 complete with hammer. Lock is in the white and age spotting on hammer. The fourth is a Parkers Snow Meridian, Connecticut, U.S. contract musket lock with U.S. eagle, dated 1864 complete with hammer, and has some spotting, aging, and light salt and pepper. The last is an 1864 dated U.S. eagle lock plate only for a contract S.N.& W.T.C. for Massachusetts. Fine clean lock plate. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 LOT - 987

988 - LOT OF 7 MISC. MUSKET PARTS. To include: an old brass tip rifle musket rod with the jag end measures to cupped tulip head- 44”. There is a cast iron musket butt plate, an iron ornate trigger guard with engraving measuring 10” there is a lock and side plate foot lock all original with jaw and screw and brass side plate brown patina there is a crude cast contemporary trigger guard measuring 9” and a crude cast brass butt plate. Included in this lot, only because we have no -where else to put it, are a lot of 4 “Name That Animal” print. They have brass hangers, and dated 1964 distributed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Prints were by Ned Smith. They are in very good condition but do have some tape repairs. This interesting dealer lot of non related material. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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989 - RELOADING TOOL AND 2 STEVENS CATALOGS. The reloading tool was manufactured by “Ideal.” Comes in its original box. It’s a number 4. Box has masking tape repairs on apron. Tool is nickel plated, is for the 44-cartridge and comes with all original paperwork and four different all original instruction sheets. Tool itself is in original condition, containing most of its original finish. First catalog is Stevens catalog number 54. It is a prewar and in excellent condition. The second catalog has been re-covered at home, judging by the guns inside. It appears to be an early catalog and has all the Stevens Single Shot Tip-up Pistols and Rifles. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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990 - LOT OF 7: VINTAGE SPURS. Lot includes one pair of nickel plated spurs with leather cuffs, unmarked. There are five single spurs, to include; (1) ornate, (1) silver plated, (1)marked 160, (2)early iron spurs, a(1)semi fancy spur that is nickel plated, and (1) iron spur with coin silver decorations. 200.00 - 400.00

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991 - LOT OF 9: U.S. BAYONETS & POLISH FLARE GUN. Serial No. FG81008. There are five U.S. M5 and M6 knife bayonets for the M1 rifle. All have plastic handles, military green metal sheaths with green canvas frogs. Scabbards are stamped â&#x20AC;&#x153;U.S. M8 A1â&#x20AC;?. Various manufacturers. A Philippines bayonet in scabbard. An unmarked M5 style with green plastic grips, sheath, and frog and an M5 style made in Japan. Also includes a flare gun that comes in an original canvas and leather carry case. Serial No. A125. No makers stamps. Attributed to Poland. Retains about 80% original blue with black composite grips. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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992 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN BLACK HOLSTERS. One looks to be for a Walther with Nazi stamps. Second holster is pig skin, also for a Walther, no stamps. Third holster is for a Luger P08 stamped on back with cdq factory code 42 and “P08”. The last holster is also for a Walther and stamped “Lista Wein” (Vienna), and stamped on back “3abt5c57”. (Very Good Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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993 - LOT OF 2: REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD GANG MOLDS. Largest: 6 - 1/4” L. (A) An Iron mold that measures 6 - 1/4”, to cast 20 rounds of shot. (B) Four cavity brass mold, stamped IM, and measures 6 - 3/4”, casts four descending round balls approx. 50-70 caliber. 200.00 - 400.00

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994 - LOT OF 2: REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD GANG MOLDS. Largest: 6” T. (A) Stamped N. Miller. Mfg of brass, measures 6”, to cast 15 round shot. (B) 4 cavity, descending round ball, 50-70 cal brass. Attributed to Nathan Miller, stamped NM 25. Measures 5”. 250.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 995 995 - LOT OF 5: EARLY BULLET MOLDS. Largest: 6” L. Three are manufactured of iron, single cavity round ball, one is manufactured for descending caliber round ball with wood handle, lastly we have a brass two cavity, approximately .45cal. (Very Good). 250.00 - 400.00

LOT - 996 996 - LOT OF 4: MOLDS. Largest: 5 - 1/2” L. Two of these brass molds were manufactured to produce buttons, both have one broken arm and are stamped “NM”. The other two molds are four cavity, round ball, descending 50-70cal, stamped “NM” and measures 5”. All are attributed to Nathan Miller. 250.00 - 400.00

997 - LARGE LOT OF COLLECTIBLE AMMO. 11 - 3/4” x 7 - 1/4” x 6” Includes nine full boxes two-piece UMC 7mm smokeless cartridges for the Remington and Mauser rifles appear to be new-old stock circa 1910, and two full cartridge bandoleers. Both are for the 1898 Krag caliber .30-40, one is produced by Remington Arms UMC dated 1918 with six pouches with ten rounds each, still sewn with original carry strap. The second is dated 1908 manufactured by the Frankfurt Arsenal with six pouches with ten rounds each and carry strap. Lot comes in an old ammo can. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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998 - (N) STEALTH ENGINEERING GROUP FLASH SUPRESSOR. 6 - 1/4” L. Serial No. 6.1-22-1776-46. Independence Model .22 caliber, 1/2 - 28 thread Titanium Suppressor in blasted camo. Includes installation tool. New. 300.00 - 400.00

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999 - LOT OF 4: THREE POWDER HORNS AND ONE SHOT POUCH. The leather shot pouch measures 4-3/4” in length, still supple and has a wooden stopper. The two small powder horns measure 6 - 3/4” each in length. One is missing the wooden stopper. The last powder horn is the best of the group, and measures 8-3/4” in length. It also has a wooden stopper and is scrimshawed with the tree of life, a face, and carved decorations. Very nice early powder horn. 300.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 1000

1000 - LOT OF 2: AIR GUNS This is an interesting lot in that it represents the alpha and omega of air guns. The Alpha is a Daisy #11 Model 24, lever action. This model was only manufactured from 1924 to 1928. It is a 350 shot, .175 cal, lever action with nickel finish and wood butt stock. Has sharp legends with generous amount of nickel blended with grey patina and some brown aging. Still retains most of its original power. Nice stocks with minor 1” stress crack on left wrist. The omega is a Diana Model 34. Caliber 177, target air rifle manufactured in West Germany introduced in 1928. The Beachwood stock is excellent, metal retains virtually all of its finish. Sports a Simmons 4x 32 scope. Rifle remains in near new condition inside and out. 300.00 - 500.00

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1001 - PERIOD WOOD COLT DISPLAY CASE. Early wooden display box for a 51 Colt Navy or Remington Army with Burgandy lining. Not made by Colt, but definitely of the period. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1002 1002 - VERY EARLY SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 NO BOLT STOCK This early stock was manufactured for the pre WWI Springfield Model 1903 bolt action rifle. Early features of this stock include wide finger grooves, left side straight cut, no stock bolts, left side of wrist is stamped with a K. Stock comes with the early flat top, no clip, hand guard with inner oval cut. Stock is in excellent condition with no cracks. Minor bruises, does not include any hardware. If you have a circa 1905 - 1910 Springfield or Rock Island 1903 that is in need of a proper stock this will fill the bill nicely and greatly improve the value of your rifle. 300.00 - 500.00

1003 - LOT OF 6: EARLY POWDER HORNS. To include; Nice lot of early powder containers. (A) an interesting shot dispenser that features a brass charger, entire body made of horn and measures 8”. (B) a flat horn that is incised on both sides with wood plug in top. Measure 7 - 1/2”. (C) small, flat horn that measure 4” has a horn top and missing the wood plug. (D) & (E) two simple horns with wood top plugs that measure approx. 8”. (F) metal flask with decal that says “FFFg powder”. It is red painted tin with brass cap. No charger. Measures 7”. 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1003

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1004 - LOT OF 6: LUGER MAGAZINES. All have blue body with aluminum ends and Nazi marked with Waffenamt stamps. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1004

1005 - LARGE LOT OF U.S. M1 GARAND PARTS. Three small lower hand guards, one long upper handguard, three nickel plated Springfield oilers, a Springfield op-rod drawing No. D3532, three front sight assemblies with swivels, one magazine liner, one rear sight with adjustment knobs, one set of rear adjustment knobs and two partials, numerous other small parts including triggers, front sight blades, swivels, etc. Takedown tool and a few German Mauser parts added. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1005

1006 - LOT OF 8: U.S. HOLSTERS. Five are standard U.S. issue holsters for the Colt Model 1911: one is black stamped “Graton & Knight”, and four tan; one is stamped “Hoyt 1917”, second is stamped “Grump 1942”, third is “Sears 1942 in near mint condition, and the last is stamped “Enger & Cress”. Also includes a U.S. marked shoulder holster for a Colt Model 1911 stamped “U.S. Boyt 1943”, and two for the Colt revolver (one stamped “Fink 1942” and the other “G&K 1917”). The last two US holsters would hold the Colt 1909 or 1917. This entire lot is in excellent condition. (Very Good - Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1007 1007 - LOT OF 3: US SPRINGFIELD RIFLE STOCKS. Each: 39” L. Each: 39” L. A: Is a US Springfield 1903A3 with hand guard Seriff P in circle on wrist. B: Is a 1903 Springfield Stock stamped FJA has wheel, has rebuild mark, hand guard with groove. The third stock is a M1 Garand rifle and has DOD stamp on left side block P in circle at wrist, all stocks are in very good to excellent condition no notable problems. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1008

1008 - LARGE (GUNNY) LOT. To include: unused Fajen Winchester Model 1886 stock and forend, shotgun butt, round barrel, .33/45 with receipt, unfinished; Buscadaro cartridge belt and holster, brown leather, .22 caliber, 5-1/2” small frame single action; black Buscadaro rig, large caliber, for a 5-1/2” single action; shoulder strap hanger; two deluxe forends for 94 style carbine with checkering; forend for a single barrel break open shotgun; Weaver Marksman 4x scope with perfect optics and some spotting; 1940’s Wollensak tube scope with very good optics 3/4”x15” with mounts, pair of pearlite Colt round butt grips; pair of smooth gold medallion Python type grips; pair of mint 1858 reproduction Remington grips; and a boxed pair of Fitz Accu-Riser target grips from the 50’s for a Ruger .22 auto. 300.00 - 500.00

1009 - US MODEL 1911 LOT. This lot includes a Remington Rand WWII slide with a P stamped on top. Has the original sights. Retains 95 percent of the parkerized military finish. Also includes a blued barrel. Appears unused. Left lug stamped P. Mint bore with a 98 percent finish. Has an early two tone lanyard loop magazine in excellent condition. Has a 1943 US magazine pouch with two fully blued magazines and lastly an R.I.A. 1918 field dressing pouch with original sealed 1917 packet. 300.00 - 500.00

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1010 - OLD WEST MEMORABILIA LOT. To include: Two highly decorative heavy leather saddle decorations with early roller buckle, each has a solid brass die cut medallion, the brass measures 4” x 3” total length measuring 10”, the matching side has a like size brass emblem that appears to be shafts of wheat. The second item is a 19th century portable boxed gold scale. A few strings are broken but appears to be intact, used to weigh your gold dust in the field, looks to be mid -19th century. The balance of this collection consists of 29 period tokens/coinage. Some advertising numbers, avery, dwits. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1011

1011 - LOT OF 8: EARLY BULLET CASTING TOOLS. Largest: 6 - 3/4” L. Two Rat Tail lead smelting ladles, one Rat Tail copper smelting ladle, iron single cavity round ball approximately .36 caliber that is rusty, second is a single cavity round ball iron approximately .44 caliber, a small iron single cavity iron approximately .50 caliber, an old three cavity round ball .30 caliber (rusty), and a very early copper gang mold four cavity round ball descending caliber .50-.60. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

1012 - LOT OF 12: PERIOD POWDER FLASK HORNS. Largest: 18 - 1/2” L. This lot includes three horns. One is flat and inscribed 1831. Two unmarked powder horns with end caps. Leather shot bag with embossed dogs on both sides and original brass adjustable charger. Two lead flasks with brass/copper chargers and minor holes. Large copper flask marked “Patent” with old hunting scene with dogs, Kentucky rifle, and man with top hat. Very old chaffed leather pouch. Leather long shot pouch with buckle (broken). Large brass flask with a shell design. Large copper flask with dead game. Copper flask with decorative design. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1013 - LOT OF 3: ADJUSTABLE POWDER FLASKS. 9” T. All three have adjustable brass chargers, the most interesting resembles a whiskey flask. A) Is made from two solid pieces of genuine horn with iron brads. It is stamped “V.Beetz (maker) Schamanek”. This flask is in excellent condition, highly unusual and maker mark. B) Is a real horn, wood plug, brass charger, no maker, in excellent to near mint condition, 8-3/4”. C) Standard copper powder flask with the large adjustable charger, has a few minor dents. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1013

1014 - LOT OF GERMAN, POLISH, AND JAPANESE GRIPS & MAGS. Grips: 3 pairs of original Luger checker wood grips. One pair of FB/VIS Polish Radom Grips and a pair of brown plastic Luger grips. There is an unmarked 6” Luger barrel with 99% blue finish, no sight ever installed, mint bore. There are two Japanese Nambu magazines there are two plastic bottom Luger magazines, no markings, there is a Luger magazine that is missing the base and is stamped FXO with a Nazi eagle. There is a Walter PPK 7.65 magazine, there is a unmarked 7.65 magazine probable Walter. There is a blue Walter P38 Magazine stamped JVD, and one magazine appears to be for a browning with possible high powered. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1014

1015 - LOT OF 5: 19TH CENTURY POWDER FLASKS. Largest: 9” T. Large flask is leather covered with brass spout and measures 9”. Copper bodied flask with dog scene on both sides, minor seam separation, original brass spout. Copper bodied with lead spout and dog and turkey scenes on both sides. Copper body with fleur-de-lis design and original spout. Also includes a period oiler. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1016

1016 - LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER BARRELS/MAGAZINES. This lot consists of a Winchester Model 1892 carbine barrel 20” long with post front sight base. Caliber .44-40 Winchester. Barrel is new old stock and has never been installed on a gun with a mint bore, and retains all of its original factory blue finish. It is a late model without the “PW” proof mark. Second barrel is a .44-40 20” carbine barrel made for the Winchester Model 92, stamped “Numrich Arms”. Never installed. Has front sight base, rear sight slot. Has a bit of thinning in the blue. Last is an original style Winchester magazine tube measuring 26-1/4”. Does not have a seam. 98% original blue. Diameter of tube is 5-1/8”. 350.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1017 1017 - (C) LOT OF 2: EARLY MARLIN PUMP ACTION SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 85698 & 6247. Gun A: Model 43, hammerless, takedown, manufactured 1922-1930, serial #6247, 12 bore, 30” barrel, full choke, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock, Marlin black composite butt plate and grooved forend. Barrel retains 60% original blue as does the tube, balance patina. Frame has 75-80% original blue. Stocks excellent with no cracks, shiny bore, fine action. Gun B: Grade A, exposed hammer, Model 1898 takedown, manufactured 1898 to1905, serial # 85698, barrel stamped “95524M”, 16 bore, 28” barrel, choked improved, barrel and tube have traces of blue mixed with silver and brown patina, frame retains 70% blue, pistol grip walnut butt stock with Marlin composite butt plate with no cracks, forearm has two brass period repairs, perfect bore and fine action. 500.00 - 750.00

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1018 - (C) FINE PAIR OF STEVENS TENITE SHOTGUNS. NSN. Gun A) A side by side 410 bore. 3” chamber. 26” barrel. Has a raised full rib, single bead sight. Excellent bore. Barrels retain approximately 90 percent original factory blue with some light age freckling and muzzle wear. Lock up is as tight as new. Box lock frame retains approximately 60 to 70 percent of the original case colors, double set triggers, a 14” LOP from front trigger to black composite butt plate. Has a capped checkered pistol grip brown Tenite stock with no cracks. Extremely unusual to find these 1940’s era Tenite stock guns with the stocks in excellent condition with no cracks or warpage. This one is beautiful with usual minor abbrasions. This gun is actually marked Eastern Arms and made for Sears but was manufactured as a private label by Stevens. Both barrels are choked full. Gun B) This is a Stevens Model 240 Over Under 410 bore with the same Tenite stock as above. This stock is in excellent condition with no cracks, or chips, or warpage. Has double triggers. Has a 14” LOP. Has 3” chambers. Barrels measure 26”. Choked full and full. The case colors have faded to gray on frame. Trigger guard has 30 percent of black enamel on aluminum guard. The barrel is a mixed blue and brown patina with some scuffs on sides. Has double hammers. Bores are excellent. Lock up is tight. Fine pair of early .410 bore Tenite guns. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 1019 1019 - (M) LOT OF 2: 12 BORE SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 32537V & FB27225. Gun A) Smith and Wesson, Model 1000P, serial #FB27225, 3” full chamber, vent rib, single bead, pump action, blue finish, checkered walnut stock, pistol grip, S&W rubber recoil pad, made in Japan, near new inside and out. Gun B) Remington, Model 58 Sportsman, semiautomatic, 2-3/4” chamber, modified, plain barrel, blued finish, checkered walnut stocks, pistol grip cap, Remington composite butt plate, engraved panel scenes on receiver, stocks are near mint, 98% original finish, serial #32537V manufactured 1956-1963, gas operated, near new inside with light wear outside. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1020 1020 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 “HEAVY DUCK” SHOTGUN. Serial No. 1324355. Barrel length is 30”. Has a 3” chamber and a modified choke. Manufactured in 1952. This is rather scarce in that the majority of these models were choked full. Features a factory applied Simmons rib with donut posts, white bead middle sight, with red bead front. Has a clean shiny bore, perfect action. Has a flat bottom grooved walnut fore-end with fourteen grooves. Has the plain walnut pistol grip stock with a 13-3/4” LOP to a period solid red rubber Winchester pad. This early shotgun remains in excellent all original condition. Frame has 95 percent original blue with light high edge wear. Barrel and tube in matching fine condition. Stocks are excellent, no cracks or chips. When referring to the book “The Model 12” by Dave Riffle on page 142, they do not show this model available in modified choke. This would have to have been a special factory order. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1021 1021 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 986165 & 809669. Both are 12 bore, take down, blued finish with plain pistol grip walnut stock and grooved forearms. Gun A: Serial #809669, manufactured 1931, has a 30” barrel, 2-3/4” chamber, full choke, fine bore and action. Excellent stocks with minor finish loss and bruises. Original Winchester black composite butt plate. Extremely clean, retains 80-85% original blue finish mixing with smooth rich patina. Perfect markings. Gun B: Serial #986165, manufactured in 1953, has the flat bottom forend, 28” barrel, modified choke, barrel is a mix blue brown patina with freckling, 70% blue on frame, silvered out on bottom, high edge wear, very good stock with no cracks but has a chip at the toe, good bore and action. Nice pair of Winchester Model 1897s. 500.00 - 800.00

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1022 - (M) BOXED BROWNING AUTO-5 SHOTGUN. Serial No. 41604. 28” barrel in 16 bore. Offered is a made in Japan Grade One “Sweet 16” invector chokes, vent rib, single gold trigger, round knob checkered walnut stock, high gloss, 14-1/4” LOP to Browning black composite buttplate. Shotgun is as new unfired in the original box with all paperwork. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1023

1023 - (M) FN BELGIUM SEMI - AUTO SHOTGUN. Serial No. 7123320. 12 bore, barrel length is 27-1/2”. Mfg. 1972. Features include; full choke, 2 - 3/4” chamber, chrome line barrel with a 14 - 3/8” LOP, full vent rib with single bead, blued barrel, high gloss checkered walnut stock with flat knob, has an FN hard composite butt plate, has matte stippled finish frame with aluminum trigger guard, and gold trigger. This shotgun is patterned after the famous A-5 semi -automatic but is manufactured for the European trade. This model is in matte finish, not readily available in the United States. Gun remains in near new condition inside and out, retaining almost all of the original factory finish. Has sling swivels. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 1024

1024 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER SUPER X SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Serial No. M81259. 26” barrel in 12 bore, skeet choke, 2-3/4” chambers. This is a Super X Model 1 semi-automatic Skeet gun marked skeet choke with vent rib, twin bead sights, 14-3/4” LOP to black composite buttplate. Features deluxe grain high gloss checkered pistol grip walnut stock. Has its original box with all paperwork. As new inside and out. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 1025 1025 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PIGEON GRADE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 1969134. 30” barrel in 12 bore. Full choke, 2-3/4” chamber, 14-1/2” LOP. Features vent rib, silver bead middle sight, red bead front sight, blued finish, takedown, deluxe checkered walnut stock with pistol grip cap and Winchester red rubber waffle recoil pad. Manufactured 1971. Has pigeon engraved on bottom of magazine tube. Gun remains in near new condition retaining virtually all of the original factory blue finish. Jeweled bolt. Wood is excellent to near mint with fiery grain and a couple of minor impressions. Mirror bore and fine action. Beautiful Pigeon Grade Model 12. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 1026

1026 - (M) SPECIAL ORDER ITHACA MODEL 400 SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. S5400513. 28” barrels in 12 bore. 2-3/4” chambers, left barrel choked full, right barrel choked modified. This special shotgun was manufactured by SKB for Ithaca. This was a special order shotgun that was displayed at the Ithaca office and while stamped “Model 400”, it is by no means a standard 400. Rather than the side plates on a 400, this is a scalloped box lock. It has the coin-finished receiver but is elaborately scroll and leaf hand engraved with full coverage. The same engraving can be found on the trigger guard. It has a single select gold-plated trigger. 14-1/4” LOP. The stocks are extra high-figure walnut with fine line checkering, black composite pistol grip cap and buttplate, brass ID plate on underside. Has a full matted rib with the middle bead and a red light gathering front sight. Mirror bores. Beaver tail forend with push button release and blue hardware that is also fully engraved. Very special one-of-a-kind custom 12 bore that is in as new condition inside and out and comes in an original Ithaca gun naugahyde case with Ithaca tag. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 1027 1027 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 620 WWII TRENCH GUN. Serial No. 25791. Cal 12 bore, Barrel length 20”. 2-3/4” chamber, cylinder choked. All original with matching for-end Stevens Model 620A WWII trench shotgun. Falls directly in the middle of the accepted serial range, dull brushed blue finish, stamped “Model 620” on left side of frame, left side is stamped “US” and has the P over the ordinance bomb. This same stamp is also found on the right side of the barrel. The ventilated hand guard has the six rows of vents, proper purple hue to the front bayonet lug assembly with sling swivel. The plain pistol grip walnut stock with black composite butt plate, rear butt sling swivel, right side has the J Stevens address. Magazine tube is grey patina. Handguard retains 90% high polish blue finish. Stocks are near mint and proud to metal. Bottom of frame finish is thinning and stamped “Ms” on trigger guard. Sides and top of frame retains 90% original blue finish with high edge wear. Mirror bore, perfect action. Exceedingly fine all original never messed with Stevens U.S. trench gun with all matching parts and numbers. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 324

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1028 - (C) JOHN WILKES LONDON 12 BORE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 4031. 12 bore, Barrels 26-1/8”. The firm of John Wilkes in the London gun making scene goes back to 1896. Prior to that year, John Wilkes worked at the shop of James Dugald. When James died in 1896, John Wilkes took over the operation and operated the shop at 1 Lower James Street, Piccadilly Circus, London West, from 1896-1925. This is one of the earlier shotguns in that the top of the barrel is stamped “Late J.D. Dugald & Son Maker To HRH Prince Of Wales”. This shotgun is constructed of twist steel browned Damascus barrels. So it would be a fairly early gun, c. 1896-1910. Browned twist barrels have light engraving at breech, with address on full scooped rib. Left barrel is choked “Modified”, right barrel is choked “Improved”, has auto-ejectors, single bead sight, and deluxe walnut oil finished stocks that are finely checkered at wrist and forearm. It is a box lock action with double set triggers, and lovely fine line master engraving. 14-1/8” LOP from front trigger to black composite butt plate. The wood has been expertly restored. Frame is a soft gun metal grey. Mirror bores. The water table has all the proper English proofs. This gun exhibits all matching numbers on frame, barrel and forend. Shotgun locks up and faces tight as new. This is a fine, early, hammerless, side by side. It is not nitro-proofed. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 1029

1029 - (C) BELGIUM BROWNING PIGEON GRADE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 13518S3. 12 bore with 26-3/8”, 2-3/4” chamber. 14-1/8” LOP to single trigger. Features a blued barrel, vent rib, single bead sight, mirror bores, and fiery grain round knob checkered walnut stocks with Browning composite buttplate. Has a satin nickel frame and trigger guard. Fully engraved with pigeons in flight. Deep chisel engraved oak leaves on top. Aside from a few light marks on wood, gun is near new in and out. 4,000.00 - 5,000.00

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1030 - (M) CASED BROWNING CITORI 4 BBL SKEET SET GR. VII. Serial No. 05030MT131. Special Edition & luxurious Browning Citori, 4-Barrel skeet set in grade VII O/U shotgun. High Grade select walnut skeet buttstock & FA config w/ cut-checkering & oil finish. Four sets of 28” ported VR bbls in 12 ga., 20 ga., 28 ga., & .410 ga. Invector Choke System or Invector PLUS+ - backbored for less recoil & better patterns. 24K Gold inlays on polished blue receiver w/ Lightning engraving pattern. Includes nice Browning fitted leather hard case & papers. All barrels have twin white bead front sights, two and three quarter inch chambers, has a 14 1/2” L.O.P. from gold plated adjustable trigger to solid black rubber recoil pad. Left side of frame has 3 solid gold mallards underside of frame has a solid gold pointer right side of frame has pointer with two pheasants no visible engraver signature. Frame features nearly complete coverage with scroll and panel scenes. Gun remains in new condition inside and out retaining nearly all the factory finish. All bores are as new, fine action, locks up tight. Simply stunning four barrel factory set. All barrels are numbered to gun and matching. Comes with four original Browning cardboard shipping boxes with matching end labels. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

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1031 - (M) ORVIS CUSTOM 20 BORE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. UA25620. 25” barrels in 20 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, left barrel choke modified, right barrel choked improved, automatic ejectors, 14-3/8” LOP to front trigger. Barrels feature a raised matted solid rib with single silver bead front sight. Mirror bores. Barrels retain 98% original factory blue with light muzzle wear. Light engraving at breach. Top of the barrel is stamped “Orvis Custom by Union Armera”. This is a true side lock model in that the action is in the locks. The action is beautifully hand engraved and finished in a coin nickel finish. Engraving is a combination of scrolls and leaves. Often referred to as a “round action”. The sideplate release, safety, release lever, and trigger guard are all finished in blue and are also intricately engraved. The buttstock is a straight English style with fine line checkering, beautiful grain, and the butt is hand checkered in lieu of a plate. The forearm is finely checkered walnut, has the push button release, hardware is blued and engraved as well. All matching numbers. Wood is near mint with a couple of minor impressions. Checkering is sharp. Action shows nearly no wear. High quality custom Spanish double made for the famous Orvis firm. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

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1032 - (M) KRIEGHOFF MODEL 32 O/U 4-BARREL SHOTGUN SET. Serial No. 6067. 28” barrels. All bores. Armed with this shotgun, is the last over-under you would ever need to purchase as it has everything! The basis for this set is the German-made Krieghoff Model 32 over-under shotgun. The frame is blued and exhibits complete full coverage master engraved with scroll and wood scenes in deep relief with silver outlines. Right side has three solid silver figures (dog and two birds) Base has a solid silver mallard and silver inlay “Krieghoff Model 32”. Left side has four solid silver mallards in marsh scene. Has a single Timey selective trigger. 14-1/4” LOP to adjustable black rubber buttplate. Diamond skip line checkering with pistol grip. The matching forend has had the hardware removed and is installed on a custom highly figured high polish forend with fine line checkering. Hardware is blued and engraved at breach The stock that matches this forend is beautifully grained wood with the two piece hydro-coil rear section with rosewood grip cap and brass inlaid ID plate. The metal recoil system that fits into the stock is included. Comes with four matching number barrels, each has vent rib with two bead sights. Includes a set of 12 bore, which has a complete set of tubes (410, 28, 20, 12); the other three barrels are all matching and come in 410, 28, and 20. 410 barrels have 3” chambers and choked improved (top) and modified (bottom). 28 bore barrels chambered for the magnum shell choked improved (top and bottom). 20 bore barrels for magnum shell choked cylinder (top and bottom). As mentioned, the 12 bore barrel comes with the adjustable chokes and tubes. the original Krieghoff wood stock has the adjustable comb to allow shooting either right or left handed. The buttplate is similar to a Morgan and is adjustable left, right, up, or down. Barrels and frame retain virtually all of their factory finish and all have mirror bores. Action is tight as new. The hydro-coil stock and forend are near mint. The original Krieghoff diamond checkered wood stock is excellent. This compete shooters set comes in two hard aircraft aluminum cases. The engraving and embellishments are nearly identical to the crown grade. Gun checklist: two aluminum cases; original Krieghoff two piece stock set with skip diamond checkering, adjustable comb, and buttplate; exhibition grade stock set with two piece hydro-coil butt and matching forend; four sets of barrels with vent ribs (12, 20, 28, 410); four tubes (12, 20, 28, 410); additional hydro-coil internal buffer system; tools; etc. 5,000.00 - 8,000.00 326

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1033 - (C) FINE PRE-WAR FOX STERLINGWORTH SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 113477. 30” barrels in 12 bore. 2-1/2” chambers. Left barrel is choked full, right barrel choked improved. Barrels have a full matted rib, single bead, mirror bores. Retain 98%-99% original factory blue. Solid with no repairs or dents. Forearm has matching numbers. Splinter forend, checkered walnut, case colors faded on hardware. Box lock, also matching numbers retains virtually all of the original case colors. Blued trigger guard, manual ejectors, and checkered pistol grip walnut stock is excellent with a few minor dings. 14-1/8” LOP to front trigger. A beautiful pre-war near mint Fox. Locks up tight as a drum. 900.00 - 1,200.00

1034 - (C) L.C. SMITH FIELD GRADE 20 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. S51480. Barrel length is 26-1/4”, serial number is 51480, 20 bore. This fine side-by-side shotgun was manufactured in 1949. Barrels feature twin bead sights, raised solid matted rib, Choked full and full. Barrels are free of dents or repairs. Retaining approximately 75% of original blue. Thinning at breach. Has all matching numbers, 2-3/4” chambers. Manual extractors, the frame retains approximately 30%-40% bright case colors, double set triggers, 80% original blue on trigger guard. Checkered walnut stocks with pistol grip cap. Has a Noshoc vintage style solid red rubber recoil pad. Locks up tight. Has a 14” L.O.P. to front trigger. This shotgun is housed in a leather case. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 LOT - 1034

LOT - 1035 1035 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH GUN. Serial No. E680159. Caliber 12 bore, Barrel length 20”. Factory research indicates the serial number was applied on March 28, 1918. Ventilated hand guard is a six row, WWI correct with March 1918 patent date. The slide bar has the Model 1897 stamp. Barrel is stamped “CYL” for cylinder and the “PW”. Aside from the hand guard, all other metal surfaces have been re-parkerized in a dull grey/black. Neither the frame nor the barrel have the US nor ordinance bomb. Walnut stocks are correct for the period. Round for-end has 18 grooves. Pistol grip stock does not have the flutes, has the proper Winchester gutta -percha butt plate and sling swivels. Retains 70% of the re-parkerized finish. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent. Right side is stamped “SPP128”. It is obvious this gun was built as an original riot gun with the 1918 hand guard and bayonet assembly added. Was parkerized and issue to a police department. Interesting early Model 97 riot gun. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

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1036 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 12 HYDRO-COIL TRAP GUN. Serial No. 1969139. 30” barrel in 12 bore, full choke, 14-1/4” LOP, 2-3/4” chamber. Has a Winchester vent rib, twin beads, checkered walnut-color nylon stock, and blued finish. This shotgun remains in near new condition, retaining virtually all of the original factory blue finish with non-glare receiver top strap. There is light wear on the arm and a couple of marks on the magazine tube that look like they were made by simply taking the shotgun apart. Mirror bore. Has original hang tags that denote Hydro-coil. Comes in the original matching box with all liners, paper, and instructions. The stock and for-end have a few of the usual storage marks you find on these stocks. We have not tested the air regulator. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00 LOT - 1036

LOT - 1037 1037 - (C) NEAR NEW U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 11 RIOT GUN. Serial No. 483877. 20” barrel in 12 bore, cylinder choke. Remington produced these semi-automatic riot guns for the U.S. military during World War II. This example is all original and remains in near new condition with all proper U.S. markings. Features blued barrel with single bead, stamped “U.S.” at breach with Ordnance bomb, “Cyl” on left side of barrel. Left side of barrel at breach is stamped with the “A.M.” date code with Navy anchor. The anchor stamp is not actually a Navy marking but is simply an internal factory code marking. “A” stands for March, and according to the Remington barrel date code, “M” stands for 1921, and “MM” stands for 1943, so this is probably just a stamping error. The left side of the frame is stamped “U.S.” with Ordnance bomb and “Military Finish”. The serial number range falls squarely between the first block of serial numbers 455-500. Left side of the stock is stamped with the Ordnance wheel and “F.J.A.” cartouche for Frank J. Atwood. Receiver does not have a game scene, nor is the stock checkered. The bolt is stamped “Model 11”. The entire gun, inside and out, is in near new, unused condition retaining virtually all of the original factory blue finish on metal. Near mint wood stocks has the Remington logo black composite buttplate. Mirror bore. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

1038 - (M) CASED BROWNING AUTO - 5 COMMEMORATIVE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 2000000-761. Cal 12 bore, Barrel length 28” This classic Auto 5 was manufactured to commemorate the two millionth manufactured Model 85 of which this is number #761. Features the high polished blue finish, with typical scrolling engraving with John M. Browning signature and profile in gold on the left side. Right side has a gold line oval with “Browning 2,000,000-761” Features high polish checked pistol grip stock, square butt with Browning logo butt plate, is a Light 12 model, barrel has vent rib, single bead, 2-3/4” chamber, choked improved. Shotgun is in near new condition inside and out, with paperwork and original Browning commemorative case. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

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1039 - (M) BERETTA MODEL S682E OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. H10232B. 29-1/2” barrels in 12 bore. 2-3/4” choke. This is referred to as the Model S682 Gold Trap Adjustable Stock manufactured 1998-2000. List price is 2000 was $3,625. The pistol grip checkered walnut stock has the adjustable comb, solid black rubber recoil pad, single gold trigger, 14-1/4” LOP blued finish box lock with light engraving, model and maker in gold. Has the logo and pistol grip. Excellent condition with a couple minor bumps and bruises. Barrels features full matted rib, double bead, automatic ejectors, mirror bores, like new checkered walnut for-end. Fine over-under quality shotgun that has seen little use and comes in an original Beretta hard case. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 LOT - 1039

1040 - (M) BERETTA MODEL 687EL OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. D25579B. 29-1/2” barrels in 12 bore. This is referred to as the Gold Pigeon II Sporting. Has fixed chokes; bottom barrel is modified and top barrel is full. Barrels features full vent rib, single white bead sight, blued finish, and checkered walnut stock. Engraved action and side plates finished in coin metal silver, masterfully crafted fine line scroll engraving, single select gold trigger, engraved blued trigger guard, highly figured checkered pistol grip walnut stock with red rubber recoil pad, and gold ID plaque (Duke). 14-5/8” LOP. This shotgun is in near new condition inside and out. Comes in the Beretta hard case. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 LOT - 1040

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1041 - (C) LOT OF 2: LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 317884 & 1536347. The first gun is a Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine in .32 Winchester Special with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1949. Features the war-era flat front barrel band, long for-end, blued finish, ramp front sight, Redfield receiver peep sight. Walnut stock is very good with added rubber shotgun butt plate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 90% original blue. Frame has strong blue on sides. Carry wear on top and bottom. Sling swivels. Strong bore and perfect action. The second gun is a Savage Model 99 takedown in caliber .303 Savage with a 22” barrel. Manufactured 1928. This is a standard takedown Model 99 with sporting sights, walnut stock, blued finish, case colored lever. Stock has had a rubber recoil pad added but does not appear to have been cut with a 14-1/4” LOP to wood. All metal is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. Stocks are excellent with no cracks in wrist. Fine action. Very good bore. Sling swivels added. 500.00 - 800.00

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1042 - (C) LOT OF 2: BOXED REMINGTON NYLON RIFLES. Serial No. 2257492 & NSN. NSN The first is a Remington Nylon 76 lever action .22 caliber rifle with the brown nylon stock and blued finish. As new in the original box. The second gun is a Mohawk .22 semi-automatic with brown nylon stock, blued finish, and magazine fed. Comes with magazine. Both rifles are as new. Nice pair. 500.00 - 800.00

1043 - (A) LOT OF 4: REPRODUCTION BLACK POWDER WEAPONS. S/N: 91153, B45169, 144652, 315143. All weapons are as new in box. The first is a Pietta Cabela’s 1858 Remington in .44 caliber. Appears unfired in box with paperwork. The second is an ASM 1851 brass-frame Navy revolver in .44 caliber. As new in box with no paperwork. The third gun is a Cabela’s steel frame 1851 Navy in .36 caliber. As new in box with no paperwork. The last is a Uberti 1858 Remington carbine with 18” barrel and rifle stock. As new in original box with paperwork. Lot also includes a conversion cylinder for a .36 caliber Navy revolver that converts to a .38 Smith & Wesson. Unused with paperwork and parts required. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 1044 1044 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 700 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.* Serial No. B6578052. 24” barrel in caliber .250 Savage. This Remington is chambered for a rather scarce caliber and remains in near new condition inside and out. The barrel was manufactured without sights, blued finish, jeweled bolt, and checkered walnut pistol grip stock with solid rubber recoil pad. Steel mounts topped with a Leupold 12x scope, standard cross hairs, perfect optics. Lovely rifle. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1045 1045 - (C) STEVENS HIGH POWER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 2565. 22” barrel in .30-30 Remington. Referred to as the Model 425, these were manufactured 1910 to 1917. Features full round barrel, half magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, checkered curved steel buttplate. Barrel retains 90%-95% original factory blue with sharp legends. Tube and forend cap are a pleasing mix of blue-brown. Frame and lever retain approximately 75% original blue with wear to base and high edges. Wood is excellent but has been refinished, shy to metal, with decorative diamond insets on both sides of stock and forend. Strong bore with light abrasion. Fine action. 600.00 - 800.00

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1046 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 63 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 145747. Caliber .22 rimfire, Barrel length 22”. This standard rifle is manufactured in 1956 and features: blued finish with sporting sights, pistol grip oiled finish walnut stocks with checkered steel buttplate. Has standard takedown feature. Barrel retains 98% original rust blue with a couple of minor storage spots, light high edge muzzle wear. Frame retains approximately 95% original finish with some age freckling on left side of frame. The oil finish walnut stocks are excellent with minor impressions and light wear at pistol grip. Strong clean bore and perfect action. One of the best 22 semi automatic rifles ever made that feeds just about anything. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1047 1047 - (M) BOXED BROWNING BL-22 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 06335PV226. This is a .22 cal rim fire Browning with a 20” barrel. Offered is a grade 2 Browning lever action 22 rifle that appears new in its original numbered matching box. Features include : full barrel, full magazine, blue finish, high gloss, checkered walnut stock with straight grip, shotgun butt plate, sporting sights, grooved receiver and gold plated trigger. The frame has beautifully edged scroll panels. 600.00 - 900.00

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1048 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 70 FEATHERWEIGHT RIFLE. Serial No. G1747881. 22” barrel in caliber .25-06 Remington. Offered is an as new Winchester Model XTR Featherweight rifle featuring deluxe checkered walnut stock with pistol grip and red rubber pad, sling eyes, jeweled bolt. Rifle is not equipped with sights. Comes in matching box with all paperwork. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 1049 1049 - (C) BSA TRADE MARK SINGLE SHOT CUSTOM RIFLE. NSN. Caliber .22 rim-fire, Barrel length 28-3/8” The basis of this rifle is a standard small frame Martini action, stamped “BSA” on left side, Retains approximately 85% of the original factory high polish blue finish. Has loading gate which retains beautiful straw colors. Traces of original case colors on lever. 85% high polish original blue on trigger guard. Excellent original walnut butt stock with minor impressions. Original BSA logo butt plate. Rear sight is a Parker Hale #7 long range peep sight. Front end of the rifle has been replaced with a full heavy round blued barrel that measure 1-1/2” in width. The barrel is fitted with scope blocks for barrel mounted tube scope. Has a globe front sight. Bottom of the barrel is stamped twice “19” in a V. and twice “84” in a V. No other factory stamps on barrel. Barrel retains approximately 85% of its original finish with some freckling Strong rifle bore and perfect action. It is purported by the consignor that this was a Winchester ammunition test rifle but there are no Winchester proof marks so this claim cannot be verified. It is an interesting single shot rifle in fine condition as modified. 550.00 - 850.00

LOT - 1050 1050 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 44 CARBINE. Serial No. 471. 19” barrel in caliber 6.5mm Japanese. Manufactured at the Kokura Arsenal. Inverted V front sight with guards, open V rear sight to 2,000 meters, intact royal mum on bridge with ‘Type 44’ characters, two piece buttstock with full length handguard, three underside drain holes in forestock, knurled safety with smooth sides and notch indicator, integral folding bayonet, matching numbers, and original dust cover. No cleaning rod. Wood is in very good to excellent condition. Carbine retains most of the original factory military blue starting to age patina. Fine bore and action. 550.00 - 850.00

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1051 - (C)HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE RIFLE Serial No. 29474. Caliber is .348 wcf, barrel length is 24”. This deluxe rifle was manufactured in 1949. Referred to as a short tang model. Deluxe model featured high quality checkered walnut stock with Winchester pistol grip and checkered butt plate with factory sling eyes and in stock and for-end. Standard features include round barrel, hooded ramp sight, half magazine, solid frame, blued finish, rear sight has a filler and a Redfield target receiver sight has been added. This rifle has seen little use. There is a hint of wear at base of frame. A few marks where rear sight elevator has rested and light muzzle wear with some thinning at bottom of lever loop. Screws are perfect. Frame and barrel retain approx. 98% of high polish blue. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, no cracks with sharp checkering. For-end has a couple of hunting mars. Fine bore and action. A beautiful early post war deluxe. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 1052 1052 - (C) GERMAN G43 RIFLE WITH CAPTURE PAPERS. Serial No. 8603. Caliber is 7.92mm, Barrel length is 21 - 1/2”. Standard World War II issue semi-automatic rifle with the “duv Berlin - Lubeck Machine Factory”, left side of frame is stamped “G 43 duv 44” with Waffenamt stamps, number 8603. Bolt is also stamped 8603. Bottom of stock is stamped 8603. Right side of stock has two Waffenamt stamps. Magazine is stamped “aye G 43” with Waffenamt stamp. Has the original leather sling, with adjustable rear sight to 1200 yards. Bolt cover has Waffenamt stamp and electro pencil 8603. Has the laminated stock with ventilated handguard. Gun is in excellent condition, retaining 90% factory War time metal finish, stock is excellent to near mint, no cracks or chips, all original finish. This desirable rifle comes with a copy of the original capture papers, noting rifle by serial number, dated April 26, 1945. Extremely fine condition, all original, matching numbered G43 with the scarce duv factory (standard model had ac code). Fine bore and action. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 1053 1053 - (C) HIGH CONDITION MARLIN MODEL 1893 RIFLE. Serial No. 8545. 26” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Offered is a standard Marlin Model 1893 rifle with lots of original condition. Features full octagon barrel; full magazine; German silver knife blade front sight; Marlin sporting leaf rear sight; case colored frame, hammer, and lever; and walnut stocks. This rifle has the S-curve buttplate and Marlin bullseye. Barrel and tube retain approximately 90% plus original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends, with a couple of areas of light age freckling. The frame retains approximately 75%-80% of the original case colors, most of which is still brilliant with much original varnish. The frame screws retain the majority of their factory blue finish, as does loading gate. Nice traces of color on sides of lever. Tang is stamped “Marlin Model 93” and there is a factory star that indicates return to factory. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal with no cracks and only the usual minor abrasions. Buttplate has turned patina. Action is perfect. Strong bore with light corrosion. Even the forend tip retains approximately 60% original blue finish. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

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1054 - (C) HIGH CONDITION MARLIN MODEL 1893 RIFLE. Serial No. C9625. 26” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Offered is a standard Marlin Model 1893 rifle with lots of original condition. Features full round barrel; full magazine; German silver knife blade front sight; Marlin sporting leaf rear sight; case colored frame, hammer, and lever; and walnut stocks. This rifle has the rifle type buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 95% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. The frame retains approximately 90% plus of the original case colors, most of which is still brilliant with much original varnish, with the exception of the bolt thinning. The frame screws retain the majority of their factory blue finish, as does the loading gate. Nice color on sides of lever. Tang is stamped “Model 1893”. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks and only the usual minor abrasions. Buttstock is a little shy to metal and was probably freshened up. Buttplate has turned patina. Action is perfect. Strong bore. Even the forend tip retains approximately 80% original blue finish. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

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1055 - (C) HIGH CONDITION MARLIN MODEL 1893 RIFLE. Serial No. D4990. 26” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Offered is a standard Marlin Model 1893 rifle with lots of original condition. Features full round barrel; full magazine; German silver knife blade front sight; Marlin sporting leaf rear sight; case colored frame, hammer, and lever; and walnut stocks. This rifle has the rifle type buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 95% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. The frame retains approximately 90% plus of the original case colors, most of which is still brilliant with much original varnish. The frame screws retain the majority of their factory blue finish, as does the loading gate. Nice color on sides of lever. Tang is stamped “Model 1893”. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal with no cracks and only the usual minor abrasions. Forearm is stamped with a rack No. 72. Buttplate has turned patina. Action is perfect. Strong bore. Even the forend tip retains approximately 80% original blue finish. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

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1056 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1922 .22 B.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 719. Caliber .22 rim-fire, Barrel length is 24”. This model is the initial offering of the .22 caliber so called training or sporting rifles. The barrel is dated 12 of 24. Stamped “SA” with ordnance bomb. Top of the bridge is stamped “Model of 1922”. The top receiver bridge and top of barrel are drilled and tapped for scope blocks and are 5-1/2” to center. They tapped through the letters MO and 22 on bridge. Still has the long throw but has the M1 bolt. Has the Lyman 48 receiver sight, the original square pistol grip walnut stock with wide finger grooves. Sling swivel on front band and base of stock, left side of stock is stamped “8”, has the course checkered steel butt plate, original magazine, barrel and frame retain 95% of the original factory blue finish. Floor plate and trigger guard are the later military parkerized finish. Has the headless cocking piece, perfect action, strong clean bore. Nice early partially converted model 1922 Springfield. Springfield research letter verifies firearm. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 1057 1057 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL MCA RIFLE.* Serial No. 42830. .358 caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1964. Made in Austria. This model was referred to as the Model 1961 MCA Carbine manufactured from 1961 to 1971. It is chambered for the rarest of all calibers, the .358 Winchester. Features a full checkered walnut stock, single trigger, butter knife bolt, blued finish, two-leaf folding rear sight, ramp front sight (no hood), Monte Carlo stock with rollover cheek piece and pistol grip, black decelerator pad. Sports a Hensoldt 4x32 scope with Redfield mounts, perfect optics with Lyman posts. Stocks are near mint. Metal retains at least 98% original factory blue finish with polished bolt and lovely straw colors. Sling swivels. Fine bore and action. A lovely and very rare high condition full stock Mannlicher rifle in the rarest caliber. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 1058 1058 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 5607. 6.5x54mm with a 23” barrel. Features include full length stock with metal forend tip, sling swivels, double set triggers, butter knife bolt handle, two-leaf folding rear sight, sporting front (no hood). Stamped “Patented Mannlicher Schoenauer M1903” on bridge. All metal retains approximately 95% original factory blue finish. Fine bore and action. Full checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, capped with rollover cheek piece and solid red rubber recoil pad. Stock is near mint with razor sharp checkering. Rifle was special ordered for full length stock from Steyr. Very fine, early full stock Mannlicher 1903 rifle. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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1059 - (C) AS NEW COLT S.A.A. 38-40 (1925). Serial No. 348711. Cal.38-40 W.C.F., Barrel length 5-1/2”. This Colt single action was manufactured in 1925 and has been expertly restored to as new condition with all proper matching parts. Comes with the hang tag from Hank Williams Jr. of Deadly Nostalgia. Gun has been fired since restoration but retains virtually all of the finish with a light drag line. Features: beautiful Colt style charcoal case colors, a high polish blue finish with sharp legends, stunning one piece carved ebony grips, mint action and a sharp as new bore. Near perfect except for a slight mar at the two left frame screws from tightening. Factory letter: shipped January 28, 1928 to Wyeth Hardware, St. Joseph, Missouri; blue, 5-1/2”, .38-40. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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1060 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .44 S.R.C. Serial No. 805801. Barrel is 20”, caliber is .44 WCF. Manufactured in 1916. Winchester model 1892 saddle ring carbine in .44 caliber is one of the most desirable of all Winchester carbines. This model is standard and all original. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, classic post front sight, folding saddle ring carbine sight, blued finish, walnut stocks. Has the original saddle ring and stud. The barrel retains approximately 70% original factory blue finish mixing with smooth plum patina with razor sharp legends. Rear barrel band has about 50-60% original blue. The frame is a pleasing mix of smooth blue-brown-gun metal patina. 80% of original blue on loading gate. Has the standard carbine butt plate. Walnut stocks are excellent to near mint with just a couple of minor marks. The forearm forward of the barrel band has a small stress crack which could easily be repaired. Strong bore with some minor black powder abrasion. Perfect action. Far above average .44 carbine. Factory research: serial number applied April 5, 1916. No other information. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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1061 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL MC 1956 RIFLE.* Serial No. 29261. 24” barrel in caliber .358 Winchester. Rifle was manufactured in 1960. Has a special order 2” longer barrel. Features double set triggers, butter knife bolt, checkered pistol grip walnut half stock with Pachmayr waffle pad, Monte Carlo comb, black pistol grip and for-end tip. Features claw mounts with Pecar 4x81 scope with Lyman post, two-leaf folding rear sight, ramp front sight (no hood). Stamped “MC1956” on bridge. Polished bolt. Gun retains 96-97% original finish on metal with near mint stocks. Fine bore and action. Extremely rare to find this rifle in the .358 Winchester cartridge. These rifles were manufactured from 1956 to 1961, with this particular example manufactured in 1960. Beautiful Mannlicher in a scarce caliber. Made in Austria. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 1062 1062 - (C) FACTORY NEW DELUXE WINCHESTER 1890 RIFLE. Serial No. 611779. 24” barrel in .22 short rimfire caliber. Offered is a Turnbull quality complete restoration (all of which currently remains) Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle. This rifle has the nickel plated frame and buttplate with fire blue screws and takedown screw, full octagon barrel with sporting sights, deluxe checkered pistol grip walnut stock with cap with oil finish and fiery grain, proud to metal with razor sharp checkering. This deluxe half plated Model 1890 was done in the same quality as if it had just left the Winchester factory. Nothing indicates refinishing. All legends are sharp, all edges are like razors, and all screw heads are perfect. Stock is superb. Could not tell from original Winchester except it is simply too nice and the bore has some roughness. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

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1063 - (C) RARE STEVENS MODEL 47 DELUXE RIFLE. Serial No. 29199. 26” barrel in .25 rimfire caliber. Referred to as the Modern Range No. 47 it was manufactured from 1896 to 1916. This is the scarce deluxe version that features the finely checkered forend with schnabel tip, as well as the deluxe checkered high figured walnut stock. All other features are standard to include a full octagon barrel, sporting leaf rear sight, Beach style folding globe front sight, Stevens long range tang sight, Swiss buttplate, and case colored frame and loop style lever. This rifle was built on the 44 action. Gun has survived in phenomenal condition. The barrel retains approximately 85-90% blue finish with high edge and muzzle wear and razor sharp edges and legends. The frame and lever retain virtually all of the brilliant case colors in the distinctive Stevens striped pattern. Brilliant case colors on buttplate. Excellent stocks, proud to metal, never refinished, sharp checkering, and piano finish. Strong bore with light abrasion. Perfect action. It is extremely difficult to find any high condition deluxe Model 47 as very few were ever ordered or built. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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LOT - 1064 1064 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1A SUPER MATCH 7.62MM RIFLE. Serial No. 45003. Caliber 7.62. NATO, Barrel Length is 22”. Offered is a near new National Match Springfield manufactured M1A Semi -automatic military target rifle. The front sight is stamped “NM072”. Barrel sports bayonet lug and flash suppressor. Metal is the Military blue phosphate finish. Has the National Match stamped on the rear sight. The right site adjustment knob is stamped “HRA” for Harrington Richardson. Trap door butt plate. Walnut stock. Composite hand guard/heat shield. Has a MRT 12-86 Leather sling. Strong perfect bore. Perfect action. Near new condition inside and out. Includes a Pelican brand hard case with two magazines. Comes with a scope and mount, scope #87 0128 from L&S INC. Fourteen power military style mounts are stamped “BKFLD. PREC. TL. PAT. PENDING.” The scope is a 10x-M1A Scope. Scope has perfect optics with a range finder type retinal. Simply a beautiful early Super Match M1A and one of the finest match rifles ever made. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 1065 1065 - (C) FINE CASED ENFIELD NO. 4 MK I T SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. AR1046. 25” barrel in caliber .303 British. This sniper rifle was manufactured in 1943. Dated on the left side of stock band, which is also stamped “M47”, with serial number and “TR”. Left side of frame is stamped “No. 4 MK 1 T”. Safety is stamped with a “B”. “SM” stamp on left rear sight slide. Right side of bridge stamped England. Bottom of stock is stamped “SL N 74 (crown) M/33 (crown)”. Bottom of pistol grip stamped “S51”. Bottom of floor plate stamped “B”. Has the aluminum butt plate with trapdoor. Top of stock is stamped 8535. Has the original wooden cheek piece attached. Has your standard two piece buttstock with grooved handguard. Bottom for-end of stock is stamped “S.L. 1046”. Right side of barrel at muzzle is stamped “.303 18.5 TONS”. Frame retains the majority of the original factory blue finish. The forward locking ring retains 60% original black enamel. Stock is excellent with no cracks. Excellent bore and action. Has a period green military web sling. Magazine not marked. Back of bolt is numbered to gun. Has the standard rear bridge military sight. Built-in stripper clip guide. This sniper rifle also comes with the green metal box stenciled “Rifle S39525”. Box contains an original telescopic sight No. 32 Mk III No. OS 2039A manufactured by A.K. & S 17476 1945 dated. Original mounts are stamped “16961” and “N92”. Has line and post sights with perfect optics. Bottom of mounts are stamped E9 and E10. Scope retains a nice mix of blue with patina and most of the original black enamel. Metal box has the original instructions. The original wooden crate used to house the sniper rifle is in excellent condition. Leather handles are broke (usual). Instructions are inside the box. Beautiful mid-war British sniping. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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LOT - 1066 1066 - (C) CMP DOC. U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1-C SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 3689476. According to the CMP certificate of authenticity, this original M1-C barreled receiver was sold on January 6, 2004. This rifle was originally manufactured March 1945 to June 1945. Barrel is dated 3-45 and stamped “SA” for Springfield Armory. Bolt drawing number is D28287-19SA and heat lot is A-8 (proper). Has the correct op-rod. Block “P” in circle on wrist and aluminum buttplate with trapdoor. Hex nut gas tube. Left side of stock has inspector stamp “S.A. N.F.R.” (Gen. Norman F. Ramsey October 1944 - November 1945 - proper). Has the type three lock bar rear sight with square ends (correct), and original leather cheek piece. Left side of stock is stamped “R.I.A. E.B.” in box. Has a Boyt 43 leather sling, an original flash suppressor, and the correct Griffin & Howe type quick release scope mounts. Scope is an M82 with serial No. 34383. Scope is blued with leather eye piece, 3/4” rings, blued brackets, and parkerized base. Scope mount is stamped “Griffin & Howe 1932”. All M1-C rifles sold through the DCM program were converted back to standard pattern by plugging the scope mounting holes. No original M1-C rifles were released to civilian owners until 1995. Originally only 7,971 M1-C rifles were produced, as new production as July to December of 1944, 4,960 between January 1945 and July 1945, and 3,000 from July to December 1945. According to the CMP this was original assembled as an M1-C sniper rifle. The consignor meticulously put this rifle back to its original configuration using all original period parts. It remains in excellent condition, stock has just a few minor marks, metal retains a majority of the military style parkerized finish. Fine shiny bore with an ME reading of 1. Given that nearly all of the original M1-C sniper rifles were converted to standard configuration, this rifle was correctly reassembled on a documented sniper barreled action. 7,000.00 - 9,000.00

LOT - 1067 1067 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 71 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 7265. 24” barrel in .348 Winchester caliber. Offered is a first year production, 1936, long tang Model 71 deluxe lever action rifle. The deluxe guns features capped pistol grip checkered walnut stock with factory sling swivels. Standard features include full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight (no hood), flat top sporting rear sight, blued finish, and a checkered steel shotgun buttplate. The barrel and tube retain approximately 90% original factory blue finish with a few usual light storage marks. Nose cap and buttplate have turned patina. Frame retains approximately 85%-90% blue, thinning at base. Lever retains approximately 40% blue. Bolt retains nearly all of the original blue. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, never refinished but an additional coat of varnish has been added. Left side of frame has scope rail mounted. Fine action. Strong clean bore. 900.00 - 1,400.00 338

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1068 - (M) CASED DLX. WINCHESTER 94 DALE EARNHARDT COMM. Serial No. 6061337. 20” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. Winchester built 1,000 of these carbines to commemorate the victories of Dale Earnhardt. Among the many special features include the engraved gold plated frame, decorated with stock car theme; gold plated lever, barrel bands, and sight hood; jeweled bolt and sides of hammer; barrel and full magazine are blued; Winchester logo black composite butt plate. Rifle is new and unfired. House in a red lined French fitted hard luggage case covered in black canvas and comes in the original shipping carton. Includes paperwork. 800.00 - 1,300.00

LOT - 1069 1069 - (C) INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER U.S. M1 GARAND RIFLE. Serial No. 5122851. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was manufactured by International Harvester from October 1954 to end of production 1956. Bolt drawing number is 6528287 IHC D19. Barrel is dated 11-1954 and stamped “LMR” with drawing number D6538448 and also stamped A38. Additional stamped include two large “P”s and an “M”. A type four post-war rear sight, hex nut gas port, and proper op-rod. Left side of the stock has the 1/2” three stars and eagle DOD stamp used by IHC after November of 1953. Has block “P” in circle on wrist and checkered butt plate with trap. Stock is near mint. Metal retains approximately 90% military parkerized finish. ME reading is 2 with a shiny bore. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 1070 1070 - (C) H.R.A. U.S. MODEL M1 GARAND RIFLE. Serial No. 5573123. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was built by the Harrington & Richardson Company near end of production from February 1955. Has a bolt drawing number of 6528287 and is stamped “H.R.A.”. Barrel is dated February 1955 with “LMR” and drawing number D6535448 and is also stamped A40. Large “H.F.” proof. Has a type four post-war rear sight, hex nut on gas port. Left side of stock has the DOD three star eagle in 1/2” box, used after November 1953 by HRA. Has a block “P” in circle on wrist. HRA rifles left the factory with oil finish on stock. Stock is excellent with checkered aluminum buttplate with trap. Proper op-rod. ME reading of 1 with a shiny bore. All original finish. Comes with a period sling. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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1071 - (M) COLT AR-15 MODEL SP1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. SP140419. .223 caliber with a 20” barrel. This semi-automatic rifle was manufactured in 1981. It has the Vietnam era style triangular black composite forend with matching buttstock that has the trapdoor buttplate and checkered pistol grip. Pre-dates the push-rod assist. Remains in near new condition retaining virtually all of its original military style finish. Stocks are excellent. Fine bore and action. 1,000.00 - 1,400.00

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1072 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 ROD BAYONET RIFLE. Serial No. 7629. Caliber .30-03, Barrel length is 24”. The rod bayonet rifles were manufactured from 1904-1906. This rifle manufacturer is stamped on frame “U.S. Springfield Armory 1903”. Has all proper metal parts. Rifle has not been altered for the .06 cartridge. Other special features of this rifle include: there is no gas port on the under -side of the bolt, has a Model 1905 bolt with small front hole only, it has the first pattern Mauser type safety, has the Model 1903 rear sight, has the 1903 front sight with the double holes and attachable sheet cover, has the early 1903 butt plate made from the Krag butt plate with small trap. Also has the stacking swivel that allowed easy extension and retraction of bayonet. Stock and hand guard are American walnut, finish is blue, safety has serifs and the 1903 sight collar. Type 1 markings on cutoff of serifs. All metal finishes on this rifle are a pleasing mix of blue with brown patina with sharp legends. Other than the 1903 and 1905 bolt the other issue with this rifle is that it sports a contemporary replacement exact duplicate stock of an original, right down to the script P and the JSA 1904 cartouche. According to the original owner, the original stock was broken and lost and stock was created as an identical match to the original. One would be hard pressed upon seeing this rifle to distinguish it from an original stock in near mint to mint condition with proper cartouche. Bore has an M.E. reading of 1 with a clean shiny bore. Excellent opportunity to acquire a 1903 rod bayonet rifle without breaking the bank. 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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1073 - (C) INCREDIBLE UNALTERED U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1903-05. Serial No. 174135. Caliber .30-03, Barrel length 24”. The story of this rifle is almost as incredible as the offering itself. It has been stored in an attic in rural New Jersey for the better part of half a century. The current owners obtained this rifle from an elderly neighbor, whom they cared for. When the gentleman died the widow gave this rifle to the family as thanks for all the help they had given. The significance of this firearm was never realized by either of the two previous owners until this rifle showed up at our office. This rifle was taken to the office of Wayne Gagner, curator for the Springfield Research Service, where it was completely disassembled and each and every part was inspected to determine what, if anything, had ever been changed since this rifle was manufactured. It has been determined that every single item on this rifle remains just as it did the day it was manufactured. No parts were changed, no alterations were performed. According to Mr. Gagner, this is the first and only, all original, U.S. Springfield Model 1903-05 to ever surface in this condition. Distinctive features of the 05 unaltered knife bayonet rifle are as follows: the length of the stock, forend, and barrel are original and uncut; barrel is stamped “SA” with the ordnance bomb and 05; the handguard is a flat top with no clips and internal oval cut; the distinctive rear sight is graduated to 2,400 yards, does not have the stop at top of rail; has the platinum line peep with dished knurled knobs with grooves; 1905 bolt with the single small hole, polished in the white with straight blued knob and safety; case colored cut-off has the serif style; proper cocking knob. 1905 bayonet band is original with no “H”; original front sight with the almost invisible cross pin; rear sight base is fitted with the dual straps that are fitted in the mortised area of the stock under the rear sight base; has the correct smooth 1905 buttplate with large trap; original screws; stock has all of the original contours on both sides with no reinforcing bolts. Left side has a perfect “J.F.C” (Coyle 1905-1918) cartouche in rectangle with no date in script (it was unknown for many years that this rare cartouche was on any 1903 rifles, as they have been found primarily on the Springfield Krag Gallery .22 rifles and the Philippine Constabulary). All proper milled parts. All metal surfaces, which were originally blued, are now a smooth soft blue-brown patina with all original finish, the only marring being the sides of the front sight band. There is no proof “P” on the bottom of the wrist, but a small 41 is stamped behind trigger guard. The rear band retaining pin has most of the original fire blue finish. Rear band is stamped “U”. Perfect action. Clean bore with an ME reading of .5. This is a remarkable find and boggles one’s imagination as to how this rifle escaped alteration and remain undetected for over 100 years, and is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for any advance Springfield collector to own the rarest Model 1903 Springfield in existence. 25,000.00 - 50,000.00

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1074 - (C) MUSEUM UNALTERED SPRINGFIELD 1905-06 (30-03). Serial No. 173277. 24.206” barrel in caliber .30-03. As if having an original U.S. Springfield Model 1903/05 unaltered .30-03 rifle in an auction would not be enough excitement to any Springfield collector, this rifle from a completely different consignor, came into this office just a few weeks later. It is equally as rare as the offered 05, and it, too, is the only known surviving example. This rifle was originally shipped to the Pratt & Whitney Tool Company as a test rifle. The Pratt & Whitney Tool Company manufactured the original tooling for the rifling of the Springfield 1903 barrels. The Springfield Research Service letter states “This rifle is a one-of-a-kind original caliber .30-03 Model 1903 Springfield serial No. 173277 with a February 1906 dated barrel, with no inspectors cartouche, was authorized and associated test and similar rifles. It was original sold by the United States government to the Pratt & Whitney Tool Company with authorization by the United States Congress act, approved April 23, 1904. the act allowed and encouraged inventors, firearms companies, and technical innovators to purchase Model 1903 weapons. The Pratt & Whitney Tool Company purchased this weapon where it remained in the Tool Company museum until it closed in 1994. Pratt & Whitney started in operation before the Civil War and provided special machining and precision tools to the Springfield Armory. This rifle could not be resold or disposed of without government permission, and remained in perfect condition in the company possession. The Act allowed this sale for approximately $25, regulation allowed testing, ammunition testing, and offers of improvements and alterations to the 1903 action. There are no inspector marks of proof marks on the stock, which is correct for special test rifles. The original length stock with high hump flat top handguard and a barrel date of February 1906 is correct for early 1906 production”. The original front and rear sights are present. Rear sight has the 2,400 yard elevation with no ridge, platinum line, dished knurled knobs with groove. The cut-off is case colored and has the serifs, 1905 polished bolt with the single small hole, fire blue extractor (90% finish), straight blued bolt, case colored safety, fire blue body, proper cocking knob. Flat top handguard is sans clips, has the proper cut-out. Barrel is stamped “SA” with Ordnance bomb and marked “2-06”. No age on bayonet lug band and rear band is stamped “U”. There is a yellow sticker under forend that reads “U.S.A.”, brass museum tag stamped 24. Small number 59 stamped in stock under wrist, and a number 12 is stamped at bottom of toe. All milled parts. Fire blue smooth buttplate with large trap, top tang and screw retain brilliant fore blue. Rear sling swivel retains 70% fire blue. Trigger guard retains 60% fire blue. Floor plate is grey patina. Rear barrel bands retain 50% fire blue. Retaining spring also retains the fire blue. Forend cap retains 80% fire blue. Barrel retains approximately 80% of the rust blue mixed with patina. There is an outer ring of wear at end of muzzle from bayonet. Frame retains 50-60% original blue, starting to thin. Stock is in near mint condition with virtually no marks of any kind. It has the proper contour with the wide finger groove. The factory did add a rear stock retaining bolt, which may have been used as the prototype for standard Springfield production beginning in 1909. The cut-off groove in stock is stamped with an “H”. Bore has an ME reading of .3 and is mirror bright. The condition of this rifle would be amazing on any early 1903 Springfield, let alone a one-of-a-kind tool room example. Another one-of-a-kind early Springfield. This rifle has a copy of a letter of the attorneys for the Pratt & Whitney collection that lists this rifle as being sold from the Pratt & Whitney firm, by serial number, tag No. 24, in 1992. 25,000.00 - 50,000.00

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LOT - 1075 1075 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903-05 BOLT ACTION RIFLE Serial No. 104211. Caliber .30, Barrel length 24”. Offered is a beautiful all original model 1903-05 that was converted in 1906 to the current .30-06 cartridge by shortening the barrel .20 as well as the wood. Otherwise this rifle has all of the original 05 parts to include updated 2,700 yard sight with stop, dished knobs with knurled edges and grooves, cut off have no serifs. Has the 1905 bolt with the single small hole, straight handle, and blued. Barrel is stamped “S.A. 05” with Ordnance bomb. Has all proper milled parts, original flat top hand guard without lips and internal cutout. Wide finger groove stock with no added stock bolts, no visible cartouche on left side. There is a script “P” in circle at wrist. No “H” stamped on bayonet front band. Proper smooth 1905 butt plate with large trap. Trap still retains original wooden spare part container (very rare accessory), correct early trigger (smooth), forward front sight pin, and two band rear sight base with stock cut. Rifle is in excellent condition. Wood is excellent to near mint with the only flaw being a small 1/4” chip on left at heel. All metal parts are a smooth blue finish mixing with soft brown patina. ME reading of 2 with a clean bore and perfect action. An extremely fine, very early all original as arsenal altered 1903-05 rifle. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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1076 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1907 HOFFER-THOMPSON. Serial No. 560662. 24” barrel in caliber .22 short rimfire. Barrel is stamped “SA” with bomb and dated 9-13. The rare caliber .22 Model 1903 rifle was produced from 1907 to 1919, except for those parts produced exclusively for use on the Hoffer-Thompson rifle, the parts were culls removed from the parts produced for the .30 caliber rifle. The stocks were the same as used on production .30 caliber rifles, as well as inspector cartouches, but no stock firing proof (no “P” on wrist). The left side of this stock is stamped “J.F.C.” (Coyle 1905-1918) over “B.H.M.” stamp (unknown 1908-1914). It has the early wide-groove high hump handguard. Rear sight is graduated to 2,700 yards with dished knobs, knurled edges, front adjustment has line. Rear receiver bridge is stamped “22”. Cut-off has the serif print. Stock is wide finger groove with two stock retaining bolts. 1905 type bolt with polished body and single forward oil hole, no rear, straight bolt. All milled parts. Finely checkered buttplate with checkered trap. Front barrel band bayonet lug is stamped “H”. Rear band spring retains 60% fire blue. Balance of metal finish is basically a soft blue-brown patina. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips with the wide finger-groove. Perfect working order. Visible rifling. Rifle comes with an original stripper clip with five of the dummy cartridge cases to insert the .22 caliber bullets. These rifles, especially when all original, are extremely difficult to find. 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

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1077 - COLT MODEL 1911 .22 CALIBER CONVERSION KIT. NSV. Offered is a complete Colt conversion kit that was used to enable owner’s of a 1911 Model Colt to shoot .22 caliber ammunition. Slide features the polished slides with the flat finish top and wide rib with adjustable rear sight. Barrel is stamped “Colt Sal. 22 L.R”. Has the original Colt stamped magazine with pony and all small parts. Original instructions, but no box. Slide retains approximately 97% original factory blue finish. Fine bore. 300.00 - 600.00

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1078 - LOT OF 5: LUGER MAGAZINES. Includes three steel magazines with wood bottoms (one with bullseye, one is stamped “Germany” for the commercial model, and two have serial numbers for the military models). And two blued magazines with black plastic bottoms that are unmarked. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1079 - GAMBLERS TIE CHAIN LOCKET AND U.S AMMO PLACARD. The placard is made out of stiff cardboard 8-3/4” long 5-1/2” wide in near mint condition the backside shows a straight flush in spades with 4 interesting characters in full color. It appears to be an ad for bicycle playing cards. The adverse is an ad for the US Ammunition company from Lowell, Massachusetts. The tiny dice game locket measures a mere 5-1/8” in diameter. Has the initials engraved on back F.L.P. Has a little gold chain, 5 pertruding brads, has a little key chain hanger with a gold touch mark. Has a little armiture that shakes the dice and inside the glass are 3 die which appears to be a good luck gamblers watch charm dated from the 19th century. (Good). 350.00 - 550.00 LOT - 1079

1080 - CIVIL WAR ERA .52 CALIBER MOLD. 7 - 1/4” L. Impressive large mold for the conical bullet. Single cavity. Right side of mold is inspector stamped “J.H.”. Blued steel just starting to thin. No rust. (Excellent). 400.00 - 500.00

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1081 - (A) BOXED COLT 1911 .22CAL CONVERSION KIT. 5” NSV. Offered is an original boxed complete conversion kit that would enable one to change his .45cal colt model 1911 into a .22 rim fire handgun. Comes complete with everything needed. The slide features the high polish blue finish with the matte top with fully adjustable rear target sight. The barrel is stamped Colt caliber .22 L.R. Retains approximately 85% blue with high edge wear. The .22 caliber magazine is original and stamped “Colt cal .22 L.R”. There is no paperwork included but there is a receipt from 1985 for the sale of this unit for $134.38. Listing it circa 1952. 400.00 - 600.00

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1082 - PULSAR DIGISIGHT N550 RIFLE SCOPE. This nice scope comes in original box in a shoulder bag. Appears to be in near new condition with original instructions and paperwork. Suggested retail price is $1,400. 900.00 - 1,200.00

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1083 - QUALITY COLT REPRODUCTION METAL SHOULDER STOCK. Offered is an early new exact replica of the nickel plated brass Colt adjustable skeleton stock used on the Colt Single Action cartridge revolvers. Beautifully machined and it is a dead ringer to an original with no maker stamps. 400.00 - 600.00

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1084 - LOT OF 4: US M1 CARBINE STOCKS WITH HAND GUARDS. Each: 28 - 1/2” L. One stock has AAM rebuild stamp with wide groove hand guard two rivets at rear. One stock is stamped SASHM with ordinates wheel, has wide groove hand guard with single rear mounting hole. Other two stocks have no cartouche one is stamped “SA” inside, both have hand guards, one single rivet, one double. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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1085 - LOT OF 5: ORIGINAL SMALL PISTOL POWDER FLASKS. Largest: 5” T. The most interesting of the 5 is an oblong shape, made of copper and brass, has a screw off bottom cap, the center cavity is filled with ancient lead balls. The powder is retained on both sides of the ball cavity. It has a simple decorative design, no visible maker, excellent condition. You can find these pictured in the book on Flasks. The next interesting flask has a bagged body, non -decorative, chocolate brown finish, hat sounds like horn of some sort. It is stamped on the body, Beacon Dam company Good Years Patent 1851 with a small brass charger. The third flask is the copper and brass flask often seen in cased colt sets. Has the eagle on both sides, brass charger, no maker mark, has the iron screws, it is in excellent condition, but has one small dent at the bottom. The fourth flask is all brass, has a pheasant on both sides, its an excellent shape with no dents. Lastly, all brass small pistol flask, no decorations, no makers, with a few small dents. All measure 3-1/2” in length. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1086 1086 - LARGE LOT OF COLT DOCUMENTS CIRCA 1900’S. To include: 1) 1936 patent letter to the Irish Free State. Improvements in or relating to closure for bottles and containers. 2) Commission of patent to Frederick Moore at Colt for machine guns and attachments. Dated 1936. 3) 1919 Connecticut Seal of State from the United States of America. Details in Spanish (two parts to this item) naming Arthur Ulrich. 4) Official US Patent awarded to George Webb of Colt for improvements in gun mounts. Along with an assignment letter, three patent drawings to George Webb (to frame) and additional memorandum for file for 50 Cal anti-aircraft gun mounts and other. 5) Lot of paperwork to include the official US patent for automatic machine guns granted to Colt July 1924 with additional mention of George Tansley and Christian Pfeiffer. This grouping all pertains to the Colt machine gun. 6) Dated March 1934, official US patent to George Webb for cleaning and kneeling machines with numerous drawings and assignments. Numerous display pieces in this lot. 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1087 1087 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN MAUSER RIFLE STOCKS. Largest: 40” L. A: Laminate stock, with its original sling, original hand guard, comes with both barrel bands and original sling, butt is stamped 290 right side of stock has three German Nazis stamps with a letter “H” This is an excellent stock, all original with the Nazis stamps. B: Also laminate, 98K has a rear sling swivel repaired with piece of wood has original butt plate, crack at wrist, no hand guard, no visible markings. Comes with the nose cap and the aluminum butt plate. C: Mauser stock with short hand guard. Comes with both barrel bands, has the aluminum butt plate, no visible stamps in wood that can be seen, but is in very good to excellent condition. D: Also for a Mauser. Has both barrel bands, original sling, steel butt plate, no visible cracks, stamped 892 on butt (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1088 - LOT OF 4: REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD GANG MOLDS. Largest: 16” L. To include; (A) a six cavity brass round ball with descending sizes, unmarked, 10”. (B) Six cavity iron, approx. .69 caliber. Measures 15 - 1/2”. (C) A 10 cavity iron, approx. .69 caliber, 16”. (D) A 3 cavity brass with wood handle, approx .69 caliber, 8 - 1/4”. 400.00 - 800.00

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1089 - (N) SILENCER CO. SPECWAR 5.56 SILENCER. Serial No. SPW2353. New in box for 5.56 caliber. Class 3 dealers. 450.00 - 650.00

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1090 - LOT OF ASSORTED COLT 1911 PARTS. Comes with two barrels, and Argentina Ballister Molina slide with No.1105 and reparkerized finish (neither of the barrels are U.S. military). Box of small parts includes three hammers, checkered arched mainspring housing, four slide stops (one checkered), four safeties (two checkered and two serrated), the rest is small parts too numerous to mention and must be inventoried in person. 450.00 - 750.00

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1091 - (N) STEALTH ENGINEERING GROUP 5.56 SUPPRESSOR. 8 - 3/4” L. Serial No. 8.7-223-1776-246. Hancock Model 5.56 caliber 1/2 - 28 thread titanium suppressor in black. Includes installation tool. Class 3 dealers only. 500.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1092 1092 - (A) DWM 1917 NAVY LUGER COMPLETE UPPER. Serial No. 3714. Offered is the complete upper assemble DWM 1917 dated Navy Luger with a 6” barrel. Toggle is #100. Barrel is serial #3714. Bottom frame lug #14. Left side plate #14. Back of toggle #14, German imperial proof marks on frame and toggle. This upper has all visible matching numbers except toggle .retaining approximately 80% original military finish. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1093 1093 - J. UNERTL 10X TARGET SCOPE. Serial No. 19345. Considered one of the finest target scopes ever manufactured and widely used just prior to and after the Second World War. Measures 25-1/2” overall length. Has the aluminum adjustable mounts. Standard cross hairs and perfect optics. Still retains 85% original blue finish with usual high edge wear. 500.00 - 800.00

1094 - FULL WOODEN CRATE U.M.C. 45-70 GOV’T CARTRIDGES. Offered may be a once in a lifetime find. It is a full sealed wooden crate of 1,000 .45 Gov’t cartridges for the Trapdoor Springfield. The crate has never been opened, but a piece of front top board has been broken off exposing the front five boxes of cartridges. There is a total of 50 boxes within this crate, which would leave 45 boxes that have never seen the light of day. They are the old manila cardboard two piece box with the red labels. Solid lead bullets. Mint untouched individual boxes of .45-70 cartridge sell for up to $50 a piece, but this item is far more rare leaving as-is, as you can display it showing the exposed boxes. The box lists these cartridges as smokeless powder, one must assume that these were made at the turn of the last century. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 1094

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1095 - LARGE LOT (45) OF COLT LONDON 1850’S DOCUMENTS. To include: 1) 1854 London specification of the Gauge Stickney patent for Sam Colt machinery for forging metal. Within, the booklet pages measure 8-1/2” x 11”, there is a large 8 panel foldout frameable drawing of the Stickney machine. 2) 1854 London specification of Samuel Colt machinery for boring metals. Same format as above but three separate 4 panel drawings of boring machines. 3) 1853 London specification of Samuel Colt apparatus for heating and annealing metals. Again same format as above. This has two 4 panel pullout drawing of the machinery mentioned in title. 4) 43 1850-1860’s handwritten ledgers and receipts for items such as charcoal, duties, freight, contractors, fish oil, tin, lead pipe and other. Majority of which could either be London or Connecticut. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1096 - RARE 1920’S-30’S REMINGTON UMC POS RIFLE RACK. 30 - 3/4” x 27” x 17”. These special displays were manufactured by Remington UMC in the 1920’s-30’s to display their wares in store windows and behind counters. Most were destroyed after their period of use. We have never seen this example. Is it constructed of 1/4” heavy cardboard with the Remington UMC Klean Bore artwork and advertises their single shot repeating and auto-loading firearms. The interesting thing about this piece is that is actually made to hold four firearms. It consists of four pieces. The highest total height is 31” and 26” at its widest point. Perfect to display your prized Remington firearms. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1097 - ORIGINAL OAK COLT ENGLISH REVOLVER BOX. Red velvet lining with a reproduction English label. Comes with an ebony turn screw, oil bottle, and original key. Made for the 5-1/2” Colt Single Action Army. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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1098 - SCHUETZENFEST SILVER SHOOTING AWARD NECKLACE This award was given each year to the winner of the shooting match and he would wear it to ceremonial dinners. He would wear it for the entire year and then it would be returned and given to the winner of next year’s match. The large award at bottom looks to be silver and brass with cross rifles and a target and measures 4” at its widest parts. The badge above it has the same design and is stamped Schutzen-Verein Dudlingen. The remainder of the necklace alternates between a shield with cross rifles and a target and the Prussian eagle. In addition to the two main center awards there are 12 eagles each measuring 12-1/2” and 11 shields. The era is circa 1900. The necklace comes with a booklet on Schuetzen with photographs of shooting teams dating back to 1870 through the 1990’s. There is also numerous pictures of different rifles and awards and the history on the competition. Book was published in 1991. A one of a kind item. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 1098

1099 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN LUGER HOLSTERS. One is pig skin stamped “P08” on the back and erg code 42 with Waffenamt stamp. The second is heavy brown leather with “P08” stamped on back and cxb code 41 and Waffenamt stamp. The third is heavy brown russet leather with no visible stampings on back, made for a German Luger. And the last is stamped “P08” with dtu 41 code and Waffenamt stamp and “P08”. (Excellent). 600.00 - 900.00

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1100 - UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. FULL BOX .44 LONG RF. The box is full but the seal has been broken. Seal is present on all four sides, some partial. Stamped “.44 long rimfire” on both ends. Has a lovely top label that is extremely clean with just minor scuffs, but complete. Bottom of the box lists these cartridges for several firearms including Colt, Winchester, Marlin, Smith & Wesson, Remington, Whitney, and Bullard. Box has been shrink-wrapped for protection but is very solid. Box was inspected by noted cartridge expert Ray Giles before it was shrink-wrapped and is guaranteed full and correct. (Very Good). 700.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 1101 1101 - NAZI MARKED ERMA MAUSER M98 CONVERSION KIT. This complete kit was manufactured by Erma to allow the conversion of the standard M98 rifle to utilize the .22 caliber cartridge for training purpose. Features the complete bolt and barrel liner that is stamped “Erma” on the bridge, with four Waffenamt stamps on left side. The bolt is stamped “723” with Waffenamt. Bolt retracting latch is stamped “23” to match the bolt. The barrel liner is stamped “107” with Waffenamt stamp. Mint bore. Comes with two original magazines, one is stamped “Erma Erfurt 1938”, the other is stamped “Erma” with Waffenamt. Trigger guard is stamped “Erma Erfurt 1938” and is numbered “723”. Is in near mint condition, retains most of the original blue finish. Comes in original fitted wood box. 700.00 - 1,000.00

1102 - LOT OF 2: COLT MODEL 1911 COMPLETE UPPERS. One is a near mint parkerized U.S. World War II era with World War II military barrel. Retains virtually all of its original finish. The blued barrel is stamped “P” on both sides and has a near mint bore. Comes with plunger, spring, and a bushing. The second slide assembly is for a U.S. Switch and Signal. Retains 93% of the parkerized finish. Has Perfect U.S. & S. legend of left side. Blued barrel is stamped :P” on left lug and “HS” for High Standard. Comes with bushing, plunger, spring, and guide. (Excellent). 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 1103 1103 - MILITARY SNIPER SCOPE LOT. Largest: 10 - 3/4” L. Includes German Hensoldt-Wetzlar Dialytan 4x with front claw-mount, perfect optics, line and post reticle. The second scope is a German ZF4 DDX factory code with two adjustment knobs, line and post retile, perfect optics, and faded finish. Lastly, there is an original U.S. Springfield Model A3-04 Manufactured by Redfield base and ruings with original parkerized finish for a 7/8” Redfield tube scope for the A4 sniper scope (Weaver 330). (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 1,000.00

1104 - FULL BOX U.M.C .44 RF FOR PISTOLS. Offered is a full box, all original, inspected by Ray Giles. Seal is broken but box is complete. Blank bottom. Printing on front seal only. Excellent label with some minor scuffing and one small chip at top. States “Smith & Wesson Patent April 17, 1860”. These are the .44 rimfire shorts and would have been used in various pocket pistols and could also be used in the Colt Richards conversions, although they would be short in chamber. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

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1105 - LARGE LOT (16) ORIG. 19TH CENTURY COLT PAPERWORK. Offered is a fine array of original Colt 19th Century paperwork to include: flyers, blueprints, patents and shipping ledgers. All Colt related. To Include: 1) 1884 certificate from the Dept of Interior regarding improvements of the breech loading Colt firearms. 2) 1884 paperwork regarding Mexican patents for Colt revolvers. 3) 1848 Colt shipping invoice for miscellaneous items. 4) & 5) Two Colt breech loading hammer gun flyers dated 1882. Measures 8” x 11”. One side features the Model 1878 shotgun. The backside lists individual parts. One is in excellent condition and the other is very good. 6) Circa 1898 flyer, 8” x 11”, features all current revolvers to include: SAA, 1877, 1878, New Service and Army/Navy Revolvers. Condition is poor. 7) & 8) Two original drawings for the Colt 1878 shotgun. 9) Blueprint of a 19th century bolt action rifle. 10) Price list for the Model 1878 shotgun, 6-1/2” x 9”, back is blank. Dated 1881. 11) 1887 price list for various parts. 12) 8” x 10” flyer dated 1888, lists various Colts offered. 13) Printed list of 19th Century Colt contractors. 14) 1889 dated flyer for the New Colt magazine rifle. 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” and pictures the Colt Lightning. 15) 1880’s Colt receipt that features a solider, that has not been filled in. 16) Unused 1890 repair receipt. 900.00 - 1,500.00

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1106 - PERIOD OAK ENGLISH DISPLAY BOX. This box will fit a Colt 1849 up to 5” or an 1862 Police. Has the period instruction label inside. Lined in blue felt. Has a wood handled cleaning rod, Colt marked two cavity iron bullet mold, large Eley Bros. cap tin with partial label, and an original bag copper flask made by James Dixon of Sheffield. (Good - Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 1107 1107 - TEAR GAS BILLY CLUB & 37MM LAUNCHER COMBO. Serial No. D15621. The full stock gas gun can fire all Defense Technology rounds. Advantages include fixed front sight and rear leaf sight with 50 yard, 75 yard, and 100 yard increments, lighter weight and stronger stock and grip. It is stamped Defense Technology Casper Wyoming. It is a break open, left side of barrel is stamped 37mm gas gun. Serial number D15621. Heavy brass barrel, wrapped in leather. Early Military Police/ Correctional facility, brass tear gas baton c1925. All complete. Probably an early Federal Labs item with 3 1925 patent dates. Marked PAT SEPT 15 1925, DEC 15 1925, DEC 29 1925. Grip section unscrews to give access to load the weapon. These items were used up to WW2 by Military police and until way later by Prison staff. Untouched original piece. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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1108 - LOT OF 2: EMPTY CARTRIDGE BOXES - .44 HENRY RIFLE. The first box was manufactured by Remington U.M.C. The cover lists “50 Rimfire .44 Henry Flat”, diagram of the cartridge on the center of the top label reads “Model 1866”. Side seal reads “Specially adopted for Model 1866”. Has guarantee on bottom and partial seal on all sides. Full top label with a few minor scuffs and some aging. Nice display piece. The second box was manufactured by U.S. Cartridge Company for 50 .44 caliber Henry Flat. Top label reads “For Model 1866 Henry and Winchester Rifles and Colt’s Rimfire Revolvers”. All four side seals are nearly complete and has a blank bottom. Both boxes have been shrink wrapped for protection. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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1109 - COLT BROWNING MACHINEGUN LOADING TOOL OB. This apparatus was manufactured by Colt. It is the attachment system for the belt fed model 1917-1919 A4 machine gun. The plaque reads “Manufactured by Colts patent Jan. 13, 1920.” The kit includes all four parts. It is cast is solid brass. Serial number 9580. Parts include the main mechanism which includes blued steel parts. The feed attachment, the handle with brass knob and a sea clamp. All brass and iron parts are painted green and show some loss of paint. Comes in the original Colt wooden box. The leather handle is broken. An unusual hard to find item for the machine gun or for the Colt display. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 LOT - 1109

1110 - FULL BOX U.S. CARTRIDGE CO. 44 HENRY FLAT RF CART. Light blue label. Cover lists “For Model 1866, Henry and Winchester Rifles, and Colt’s Rimfire Revolvers”. Seal is broken, apron is intact. Seals are partial on all sides. Cover has some scuffs but complete. Noted expert Ray Giles inspected before sealing. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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1111 - FULL BOX U.M.C. 44 RF HENRY CARTRIDGES. Offered is a full correct box. This is a great box, as it lists Henry as well as Model 1866 on the center cartridge illustration on top label. Label is clean and complete with usual storage wear. Seal has been broke but is 80% intact overall. One seal lists “Manufactured Expressly for Model 1866”. Noted expert Ray Giles inspected before sealing. (Excellent). 1,800.00 - 2,200.00

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1112 - FULL BOX U.M.C. 44 RF HENRY CARTRIDGES. This box has the green label with cartridge illustration. States “Model 1866 with Henry” in title. Seal broken but complete on three sides. Only missing back rear. Front seal states “Manufactured Expressly for Model 1866 Rifles & Revolvers”. Box is full and complete. Inspected by Ray Giles prior to seal. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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1113 - FULL SEALED BOX WINCHESTER .44 RF CARTRIDGES. Scarce box. Rear seal never broken. Right side seal is perfect. Missing left and front seal. Blank bottom. Has the Stetson 1871 patent date. Cartridge illustration in center as well as “For the Winchester Model 1866”. Top label is complete. All aprons perfect. Very rare. This box was inspected by Ray Giles prior to seal. (Excellent). 2,200.00 - 2,500.00

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1114 - (A) CASED W.W. GREENER LINE THROWING GUN. Serial No. H72326. Caliber .38 blanks, Barrel length is 20”. Made by W.W. Greener Ltd. Gunmakers of Birmingham (England), the Greener Light Harpoon Gun is designed for fishing and line launching. It functions by sliding a hollow harpoon over the barrel which is propelled by firing a specially made .38 Special high powered blank. The entire gun has a hard chrome lining for corrosion resistance. The harpoon gun was of a take-down design, and packed away into a specially made wooden case that contained the rifle, blank ammunition, harpoons, rope, detachable line holder and cleaning kit. The rifle design is based on that of the sporting rifles that W.W. Greener manufactured which were in turn based on the Martini-Henry rifle. This set was featured in the block buster film “Jaws” and a couple of people might remember it from the movie “Waterworld”. This set is complete with all line, blanks, projectiles, etc and housed in the original wooden green carry case. Gun is in near new condition. While not the normal type of firearm, it is definitely the type of weapon that will get attention in your gun room. Case has two full boxes of blanks, six original bundles of line, cleaning accessories. Features the satin - nickel finish with stainless steel barrel to prevent rust on the open seas. Has a beautiful walnut varnish stock with rubber recoil pad. Complete cleaning kit. Three spear point harpoons are included. About as mint of an example of this complete set one could hope to find. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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1115 - FULL BOX WINCHESTER .44 RIMFIRE FLAT CARTRIDGES. Extremely desirable box was manufactured by Winchester. Has the early Stetson’s patent, October 31, 1871, for the Winchester rifle Model 1866. These cartridge sells for upwards of $30 a piece loose. This is a matching full box inspected by Ray Giles, then sealed. Side seals have been broken but are visible on all four sides. Blank bottom. Light green top label with some minor staining and chips. Box is complete, there is some evidence of apron separation. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 1115

1116 - FULL BOX WINCHESTER .44 RF MODEL 1866 AMMUNITION. Collectors love this box. Across the entire top label it reads “Winchester Rifle Model 1866”. It has the arched logo with the 1871 Stetson patent as well as the cartridge illustration. Even more incredible is that this box is still sealed, having never been opened. Has all four side seals intact, blank bottom, and all aprons are solid. Top label, while showing age and a 1/2” scrape at bottom, is complete. This box was inspected by Ray Giles prior to sealing. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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1117 - FULL BOX WINCHESTER .44 RF CARTRIDGES. Offered is a full box of 50 .44 rimfire listed as .44/100. Has the early aqua label with drawing of cartridge at left bottom and has the Stetson 1871 patent. Seals have been broken, front and right side nearly complete, back is 80% complete, left is 60% complete. Blank bottom. Box was inspected by Ray Giles and is all original and complete before shrink-wrap. Top label does have several areas of wear but is so rare, many people have never seen a .44/100 full box. This ammo is correct for the Henry rifle and the Model 1866. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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1118 - LARGE ASSORTED LOT OF CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA. To include; a lot that is ID’d to Dennis Waters. Company H, 132nd PA. It has a quarter plate tin - type, in full uniform and armed, along with his GAR medals, ribbons and discharge papers. Lot also includes a tin militia canteen that measures 9 - 1/2”. There is a CDV and GAR medal to J. Ball from the Army of Cumberland. A 1909 dated Regimental History of the 153rd PA. 1864 dated soldiers pocket New Testament. Souvenir match holder with bullets. Lastly, are three pieces of wood with mini balls; one is inscribed Rocky Face, Georgia and measures 34 - 1/2”. 100.00 - 200.00

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1119 - LOT OF 30: SCOUTING BADGES, PINS AND RIBBONS. This lot also includes a ring and a 1939 dated booklet. Active year pins, badges, and ribbons. 150.00 - 300.00

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1120 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD LEATHER CARTRIDGE BOX. 8 - 3/4” L. Black leather, flap is detached and needs repair. Wooden block holds 24-.69 cal. cartridges. Measures 8-1/2” x 3”. 200.00 - 300.00

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1121 - LOT OF 3: CIVIL WAR HANDWRITTEN LETTERS. All three letters were written by Irwin Lydick of the 188th PA Volunteers. 200.00 - 300.00

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1122 - A HUGE DEALER LOT OF MEDALS & RIBBONS. This lot is mostly European, also included is a run of 14/18 pictorial books of WWI with real photos as well as a small grouping of Navy Army journals. Circa 1900. (Very Good Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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1123 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN ITEMS. Largest Box: 8 - 1/4” x 14 - 1/2”. Hitler souvenir photo book with U.S. capture inscription on the inside. Three Nazi patriotic flags some tears and stains. Kreig’s Marine is 27” x 50” some stains. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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1124 - LOT OF 3: FLAGS - 2 NAZI AND 1 JAPANESE. Lot includes two Nazi flags. One is torn on the ends and has been inscribed “this flag captured at Salmbach France Dec 14, 1944 from the 48th tank corp and all the surving participants have signed their name. Has some repairs and is torn on one edge. Approx 3 feet tall. Extremely interesting with inscriptions. Second flag aprpox 4-1/2” feet tall and there is an attached note “this flag captured by” with the names of five members of the captured team. two from NJ, two from NY and one from WI. Flag is also signed in pen by the same gentleman on the flag itself. Lastly, we have a rising sun Japanese flag with Japanese characters hand written on perimeter. 200.00 - 400.00

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1125 - LOT OF 4: ASSORTED MILITARIA ITEMS. Largest: 22” L. To include; US marked bayonet with white buck hanger and leather sheet, bayonet is rusty, the scabbard is brittle, there is a Civil War India War’s white buck dress belt with original buckle. There is an old black ammo pouch with emblem on front, missing the belt hangers, the top is detached, and lastly we have a machete manufactured by Plum St. Louis and a tan canvas over metal sheath with the leather tip. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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1126 - LOT OF 2: JOSIAH MILLER EARLY GANG MOLDS. Largest: 6 - 1/4” L. Both are stamped “I.M.” (Josiah Miller) and are complete with handles. One made to cast 18 round balls in two different sizes. The other casts four round ball projectiles in descending sizes, approximately .40-.58 caliber. These are very early and highly desirable. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1127 1127 - LOT OF 5: CIVIL WAR PERIOD FRAMED EPHEMERA. (A) 1890’s Reproduction of the Vicksburg newspaper, printed on wallpaper. 14” x 20”. (B) General Mead book plate. 8” x 10”. (C) Over Sized real photo cabinet card of tourists at Devil’s Den in Gettysburg. 8” x 10”. Framed 13” x 15”. (D) Period print of General Burnside, Image 6” x 9”, Framed 13 - 1/2” x 18 1/2”. (E) Full color print of Army Corp. Badges, Image is 5 - 1/2” x 8” Framed 10” x 13”. 200.00 - 400.00

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1128 - LOT OF 11: U.S. NAVY MEDALS. This lot actually consists of 10 U.S. Medals and one belt buckle. Most appear to bear WWII or later. They are in excellent to near mint condition. 250.00 - 400.00 1129 - LOT OF 25: RUSSIAN MEDALS. This large lot includes both medals and ribbons. Majority of which appear to be Second World War, and a few feature fine enamel. One is dated 1939. Fine scarce lot. 250.00 - 500.00 1130 - LARGE LOT OF PERIOD MEDALS AND RIBBONS. With over 60 pieces, this is a beautiful offering of assorted pins, medals and badges. Some dating to the 19th century. At least one is sterling silver. Most date prior to World War II. They include military, political, fraternity, and clubs. 250.00 - 500.00

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1131 - LOT OF MISC. MILITARIA. To include: bayonet, scabbard and frog for a Mauser; three leather Mauser frogs (two are maker stamped); 5-1/2” bronze bust of German soldier; desk top paperweight U.S. hand grenade “Souvenir of World War 1914-1918 from Trojan Powder Co.”; early canvas bayonet frog; small leather frog and scabbard stamped “LS”; and four assorted leather slings (two appear to be for Mauser and two U.S.) with brass frogs. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00

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1132 - LOT OF 4: CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY PROJECTILES. Two elongated cannon projectiles, one measures 8-1/2” and the other 6” with visible detonator holes. Also include two large round grape-shot 2-1/2” in diameter. All four are rusty, dug-up relics. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

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1133 - LOT OF 9: ASSORTED POSTERS. All date to the 1950’s, most are Winchester. Condition varies. All have spotting, minor tears, one is missing its corner, will have to be matted, shrink wrapped or framed, to realize their full potential. Very fragile and falling apart. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1134 1134 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN MEDALS AND CERTIFICATES. First medal dated 1897, celebrates the 100th birthday of William the First. The second medal dated 1934, was given to all German WWI veterans to support Adolf Hitler. Both badges come with original certificates when awarded. 300.00 - 500.00

1135 - PAIR OF FRENCH BRASS & LEATHER MILITARY DRUMS. 15” Dia. - 22” Tall Brass bodies with eagles and arrows on face. Eagle emblem measures 5”. Appears to have the original drum cords. Handpainted wooden rims. Skins are fine. Brass does have miscellaneous dents and age spotting. Still sound good. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1136 1136 - WWII GERMAN NAZI WOODEN WALKING STICK. Walking stick measures 39” carved from a single piece of wood. Handle is carved “Wolchow Front 1942 43” with iron cross and German eagle with Swastika. Balance of stick is carved with contrasting designs, and has a period leather tie through the top. 300.00 - 500.00

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1137 - LOT OF 3: NAZI MARKED FLAGS. One extremely large banner over six feet in length. The second banner is a Hitler Youth Flag, measures 18” x 12”, third flag is a larger Hitler Youth NSDAP measures 27” long x 20” wide. Very good to excellent condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 1138 - LOT OF 8: FRAMED U.S. MEDALS & RIBBONS. Fine lot of American medals, all of which appear to be WWII. Featuring Purple Heart, American, European, African campaigns, army of occupation, etc. All in near to mint condition. 300.00 - 600.00 1139 - LOT OF 23: GERMAN WWII MEDALS, BADGES, RIBBONS. This lot includes four uniform insignias, one sash, five ribbons, balance medals and badges. All are in very good to excellent condition. 300.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1137

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1140 - LOT OF 14: EARLY U.S. MEDALS, RIBBONS AND BUCKLE. Fine lot of twelve medals, one early U.S. belt buckle, and a ribbon from the Congressional Medal of Honor. Medals date from the Spanish - American war through WWI. Medals are very good to excellent condition. Some of the ribbons however, show some wear. 300.00 - 600.00

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1141 - LOT OF 44: VINTAGE MEDALS. A fine collection of excellent to near mint medals and ribbons. Majority dating prior to the Second World War. They include various subjects such as the San Francisco Grand Encampment 1904. Masonic conventions, political and fraternities. Some beautiful examples. 300.00 - 600.00

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1142 - LARGE LOT OF WWII VICTORY MEDALS. One case contains six victory medals from World War I, one containing five campaign bars. Battles include Ypres, Mause-Argon, and Marne. This lot also includes a 1917-1919 brass cross given to M.S. Snyder. There are also two France victory medals with the France clasp in the original cardboard box, dated 1920, and two additional victory medals in boxes. One has the mobile base bar and one has escort. (Excellent). 400.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1143 1143 - LOT OF 3: CIVIL WAR FRAMED DISPLAY PIECES. 13” x 16”. The first framed image is a lithograph of 12 Union Generals in uniform published in 1866, engraver plates. Noted Generals Grant (in center), Sherman (above), Howard and Terry (beneath Grant), Meade (left), Sheridan (above Meade), Winfield Hancock (right), and George Thomas (right). Bottom Generals: Blair, Banks, Gilmore, and Curtis. Image is black and white with colored jackets. Image size measures 5-1/4” x 8-1/2”, frame 13” x 16”. Second framed piece is an 1862 color lithograph Soldiers Memorial Third Infantry Regiment, Company H, Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteers Corps. Features the muster roll dated July 29, 1861. Image measures 18” x 13-3/4” with some age toning and minor edge staining, frame in ornate gold frame with gesso 21-1/2” x 25-1/2”. The last and largest of the three images is the Honorable Discharge Certificate issued to James Wolf. It lists his accomplishments as a member of Company K, Second Regiment, New York Volunteer Cavalry. Enlisted August 20th, 1864 and honorably discharged April 1865. It is a full color beautiful lithograph with various Civil War themes. Image measures 27-1/2” x 21-1/2”, frame to 32” x 26”. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 500.00

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1144 - LOT OF 6: NAZI ARM BANDS. One is a stretcher bearer, there is Luftwaffe breast eagle. There is two Hitler youth arm band. Lastly there is a Hitler youth special division. There is also a yellow cross bow. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1144

1145 - LOT OF 8: NAZI METALS AND BUCKLES. Largest: 2 - 1/2” L. A: An NSDAP SA/SS brass buckle. Hitler youth buckle in fair condition. There is a German Marine landing force “44” marked, a gold driver sleeve badge, a silver wound metal, a North Africa, (2) and a few remaining pins. (Good). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1145

1146 - LOT OF 5: NAZI MARKED BADGES. Largest: 6” T. Set includes a silver infantry assault badge, with makers mark, a panzer badge, an iron cross, and two standard service badges. 400.00 - 600.00

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1147 - LOT OF 2: NAZI MARKED BADGES. Each: 3 - 3/4” L. Heavy metal, 3-3/4” in length, makers stamped Berlin, some oxidation, otherwise excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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1148 - NAZI MARKED BADGE. 2 - 1/4” T. This scarce badge measures 2-1/4”, it is makers stamped on back, has “25” stamped at the bottom. It is J.F.S. marked and is in mint condition. Mint 400.00 - 600.00

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1149 - LARGE “THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG” FRAMED PRINT. 50 - 1/2” W x 36 - 1/2” H This print was published in 1885 by Joseph A. Joel. Titled “The Battle of Gettysburg” from the original picture painted for the State of Pennsylvania under award of commission appointed by the Legislature. 36” x 21” image size. Beautiful oak and gesso frame. Black and white with light toning and small water stains. Framed with Plexiglas. 400.00 - 600.00

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1150 - LARGE ASSORTED LOT OF CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA. To include; leather Civil War cap pouch, bullets, excavated U.S. plate, eagle shoulder belt plate, leather cartridge box and sling (broken) and an eagle cross belt plate. 400.00 - 600.00

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1151 - LOT OF 4: CIVIL WAR PERIOD CAMP ITEMS. (A) Folding wooden chair with carpet seat. (B) Wooden snare drum with ebony sticks, some replaced tension adjusters. Measures 9” T. x 14 - 1/2” W. (C) Pair of American crescent binoculars. (D) Cased French binoculars. 400.00 - 600.00

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1152 - LOT OF 5: CIVL WAR PHOTOS - 4 WITH FRAMES. A: Major General O.O. Howard with facsimile image. 7-1/4” x 4-1/2”, framed- 11” x 14”. B: General George McClellan. Image 6” x 4”, frame- 14-1/2” x 11-1/2”. C: O.O. Howard 4”x 6” image it is framed with a letter from the Lincoln Memorial University to Gettysburg, PA dated Aug 29 1905 referring to his return visit to Gettysburg. Overall frame 20 in x 15-1/2. D: Framed is an autograph letter from the state of Mississippi dated May 10, 1874. Signed by an officer A. Ames with a 2x4 C.D.V. E: Lastly is a picture of O.O. Oliver General during the civil war printed on paper, has damage. Besides the paper picture all items are excellent. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1153 - LOT OF 37: MILITARY BADGES AND RIBBONS. Nice assortment that appears to be mostly WWII from different branches of service and countries. Many with ribbons. 400.00 - 800.00 LOT - 1154

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1154 - LOT OF 9: GERMAN MILITARY MEDALS AND RIBBONS. This lot includes four iron crosses, and various medals. All dating to WWII Era. 400.00 - 800.00


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LOT - 1157 1155 - LOT OF 20: GERMAN MEDALS. All but five of the items appear to be WWII German issued. The other appear to be from other European countries. All are in very good excellent condition. 400.00 - 800.00 1156 - LARGE LOT OF U.S. MEDALS, PATCHES, AND INSIGNIA. With over 75 items, this lot consists of numerous collar badges, U.S. sleeve patches and medals. To include, the Purple Heart and the flying cross. 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1158 1157 - U.S. CIVIL & INDIAN WARS LOT. To include a blue Mills Krag canvas cartridge belt with U.S. brass buckle, a U.S. Springfield trench knife stamped “U.S. Springfield 592” with excellent blade and grooved wooden handle, RIA brass and leather scabbard, two Civil War/Indian War brass belt buckles with original leather belt, an Allegheny Arsenal U.S, 1861 ID plaque, and a World War I canvas stripper clip pouch. 400.00 - 600.00 1158 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN HAT INSIGNIA. Two badges are light aluminum marked “NSKK” with eagle and swastika. Measure 7-1/2”. Original pin on back. Average aging. The other tow badges are pot metal with eagle, swastika, oak leaf, and acorns. Both with back pins. Measure 6”. Fine toned condition. (Excellent). 500.00 - 600.00

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1159 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN CLOSE COMBAT BADGES. Both have some oxidation but are clean and original. 500.00 - 600.00

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1160 - LOT OF IMPERIAL GERMAN MEMORABILIA. Most of this lot pertains to the First World War. It includes an iron cross dated 1914, a bronze cross dated 1914-1918 with swords, a bronze oval dated 1914-1918 with staff and flag, a silver Imperial crown pin, a brass pin with World War I German helmet, a red enameled cross “Surderdienft Im Kriege 1914” with no ribbon, a German equivalent of the 1914-1918 battle cross with battle bars to include Somme and Ypern, an interesting gold bracelet with a black enameled iron cross dated 1914 and inscribed on inside “Welkrieg 1914/16”, and a trench art Black Forest pipe that is engraved in German with a horn stem, burl walnut body, and nickel trim (lid is missing). (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1161

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1161 - LOT OF WWI 2ND DIVISION GROUP. 8” x 20” x 6”. The highlight of this lot is the World War I doughboy helmet with the original liner in strap. The name “Nagel” is painted inside. Has the colorful hand painted 2nd Division Indian head in a star with a projectile. There is a small personals trunk with the Indian star logo and unit number painted on lid. Has a leather handle and period replaced lock. Within the locker are two books on the 2nd Division, which were part of the AEF and fought in France 1917/18, along with 16 copies of “The Indian” which was published biweekly by the 2nd Division, with different stories. Published mostly 1918/19. Also includes a 1929 souvenir program from Frankfurt, Pennsylvania Military Pageant. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00


1162 - PANZER OFFICERS VISOR HAT. Excellent condition with grey body and red piping. Black visor. Eagle emblem with swastika. Silver braid. Manufacturer label. Checking and cracking on inside band. Light sweat staining on inside. 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 1162

1163 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN KRIEGS FLAGS. One measures approx 51” long X 27” wide. Second flag measures approx 4’ tall 2-1/2’ wide. Both are in excellent condition. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1164 - LOT OF 2: KRIEGS FLAGS. First flag measures approx 5’ tall 2-1/2’ wide. Second flag measures approx 4’ x 2’. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1165 - LOT OF 2: KRIEGS FLAGS. Both are in excellent condition, both are extremely large measuring approx 5 feet. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1166 - LOT OF 2: HITLER YOUTH/STATE SERVICE FLAGS. The first flag measures approx 7’ long by approx 4’ wide. The second flag measures approx 28” wide 41” long. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1166

1167 - LOT OF 2: NAZI PODIUM BANNERS. Banners are fringed and measures about 3’ x 3’. One has the 159th engineers battle dates written on it, which would resemble a catcher flag. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1167

1168 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN BOAT FLAGS. Manufactured GOSCH. Both measure approx 32” long x 15” wide. (Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1169 1169 - LOT OF 2: RAD BANNER & VEHICLE I.D. FLAG. This large flag measures 72” x 70”. Smaller flags measures 42” wide by 6” long comes to a tip. (Good). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1170 1170 - LOT OF 2: JAPANESE RISING SUN FLAGS. One is silk and has writing on it, measuring about 2’ x 2’ the other is Muslim and measures approx 4’ x 3’ (Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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1171 - LOT OF 2: NAZI POLE TOPPERS. Nice pair of ceremonial flag or pole tops. Cast aluminum. Mother measure approximately 9-”10”. Swastika centers. Toning and patina. Larger eagle has toning and could use a cleaning. Both are solid with no damage. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1172 - GERMAN “HALT” TRAFFIC SIGN. The body of the sign appears to be composite, is 7-1/2” in diameter, double sided, with eagle and swastika. 15-3/4” handle with leather wristband. All original with no cracks. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1173 - BOXED LOT OF ASSORTED CBI MEMORABILIA. Box includes two flags, two epaulettes (red with yellow stars), a mini sheathed samurai sword letter opener (wire braid is loose), two Japanese tea cups, 15 patches, numerous campaign bars, dog tags, badges, and buttons. Comes in a black enamel jewelry casket. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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1174 - LOT OF 6: GERMAN PENNANTS. Largest: 14â&#x20AC;? L. All Nazi issue. No two are alike. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1174

1175 - LARGE LOT OF U.S. WWII BADGE & LAPEL PINS. Over 100 pins, 18 cloth campaign bars, three patches, seven sharpshooter badges with up to five bars, a 1912 sterling silver ID bracelet, ID tags, and balance is collar badges and specialty pins mostly relating to World War II. Also includes s sterling silver USMC ring. Exciting dealer lot. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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1176 - LOT OF 4: CASED GERMAN MOTHERS CROSSES. All four crosses come in the original presentation boxes, and have their blue and white ribbons. Crosses have enamel face, blue and white, with the Mother inscription. Enamel is excellent on all four. All are dated on back December 16, 1938. Three are gold color and one is silver. The medal measures 1-3/4”. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1177

1177 - LOT OF AMERICAN MEDALS. Lot of three cased purple hearts: “George Barron” with ribbons, “Albert Shervilla” with one collar pin, third is not inscribed and includes collar pin and badge. Bronze star in presentation case inscribed “John Barron”. Good conduct “Maurice Albright” in cardboard box. Women’s Army Corp in cardboard box 1942-1943. Also include paperwork that lists American cemeteries in Europe, a letter dated April 27, 1945 from the War Department awarding the Purple Heart to Albert Shervilla posthumously along with his registration card. Along with this comes a list of available national cemeteries for Albert Shervilla’s mother to bury her son, an original Western Union telegram that her son has died, other letter from the War Department of where the remains will be interned, another letter discusses that he is buried in Luxemburg, a sympathy card from General Marshall, a letter from Shervilla’s commanding officer detailing his death on March 19th, 1945 in Saarlautern, Germany, a Pennsylvania claim for compensation, a letter of condolence from Major General Philip Hayes with a list of local Pennsylvania personal affairs offices, a letter of condolence from Major General Witsell, a letter of condolence from the United States Congress, and two period brochures (1946 Temporary U.S. Military Cemeteries in Europe and a pamphlet for American cemeteries in Europe). (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

1178 - LOT OF 5: PURPLE HEARTS & BRONZE STAR. Bronze star includes bar and tack given to “Joseph Bonchalk”. First Purple Heart has a bar, no tack, and not inscribed. Second has bar and tack with oak leaf, no inscribed. Third is inscribed to “Anthony Bonchalk” with bar and tack. Anthony was killed at the invasion of Normandy, was from Pennsylvania, and the Bronze Star in this lot was for his brother. The last has a bar, no tack and is inscribed to “Donald L. Carl” and dated January 1, 1945. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 1178

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1179 - LOT OF GERMAN TINNIES. Nice small dealers lot. All original. These are made of real thin metal. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1179

1180 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN BELT BUCKLES. One is aluminum with eagle and swastika. Shows surface wear. The other is gold in color with swastika on front and slogan with oak leaves. (Excellent - Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00

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1181 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN NAZI METAL HAT INSIGNIA. Most of these hat insignias are made of an aluminum alloy and are silver in color. There are two that are gold in color. A total of 27. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1182 - LARGE LOT OF AMERICAN WAR UNIFORM PATCHES. This lot consists of hundreds of colorful and embroidered uniform patches. Most appear to be World War II but some are earlier. Nice opportunity for a dealer or a great start to a collection. (Very Good Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1182

1183 - LARGE LOT OF MILITARY PATCHES, BADGES, RINGS, ETC. Highlights include and Army Air Corps ring, and Army Air Corps air medal in box, Army Air Corps tie clasp, three bags of paperwork, patches, and dog tags. Great dealer lot. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1183

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1184 - LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED DISTINCTIVE INSIGNIA. The majority of this lot are U.S., mostly World War II. Most of these are lapel pins with beautiful enamel. There is well over 200 pins in this huge lot, ranging from very good to near mint condition. This dealer lot is so large i must be viewed in person. (Very Good - Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1184

1185 - ASSORTED LOT OF SWORD KNOTS & HANGERS. All appear to be Nazi Germany dress dagger knots and hangers. Includes seven knots, two wire braids, four leather hangers, and an unused dress dagger handle. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1185

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1186 - LOT OF 100+: MISC. AMERICAN PATCHES. Mostly World War II. Very few duplicates. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1186

LOT - 1187 1187 - LOT OF MISC. FOREIGN/U.S. MILITARIA. Includes a pair of U.S. cavalry spurs inspector stamped “A.B.”, a magnifying glass in a brass tin case, four copper detonation tips for bombs, an adjustable small leather strap, a small silk flag with red and blue emblem, two Army Corps of engineers World War II wrist compasses, a very old copper and brass engraved trench lighter shaped like a book, a pack of World War II Japanese cigarettes (open but full), a box of World War II Japanese cigarettes (full), a full box of German cigarettes, a packet of German folding goggles in grey pack, a World War II Japanese wallet-style passport, RAF sterling silver wrist ID (Lt. L.W. Pusy), a pair of brown leather goggles with amber lenses in canvas pouch, an enameled woman’s bracelet with little shields (each with cities in Germany including Berlin and Munich), a Japanese bank note, a large copper and enamel Spanish hat badge, a copper and brass U.S. Navy boson’s whistle, a copper and white enameled Nazi buckle, an oval brass engraved trench lighter, a Navy metal and cloth embroidered patch, a bar with three small British medals for World War I, a Japanese cleaning cloth for glasses, a Japanese medal with ribbon, and a French World War I medal with ribbon and no pin. The wooden box has Japanese writing. An interesting box of World War I and II memorabilia from several countries. Should make a great dealer lot. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1188 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN FLAGS & FLARE GUN. Flare gun was manufactured by Walther and is dated 1940. Retains approximately 85% original finish with several Waffenamt stamps on barrel and frame, black composite grips, and lanyard. Three flags: one very small 10” x 5”, the second is a silk ribbon with silver fringe approximately 5’ long, and a small flag. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1189 - LOT OF 6: MARKSMANSHIP LANYARDS. Three are silver braids and three are grey and silver braids. All with original plaque and hanger. Two have original acorns at the bottom. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1190 - LOT OF 19: GERMAN BREAST EAGLES. All are genuine. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1188

1191 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. GERMAN INSIGNIA. Offered is a nice dealer of collector lot of assorted insignia. All original examples. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1192 - LARGE LOT OF VIETNAM WAR INSIGNIA & MISC. To include Viet Cong Saigon medal and ribbon in original box, a U.S. Vietnam service medal and ribbon in original box, a Zippo 101st Airborne lighter, a Zenith lighter with a naked girl engraved on one side and “Binh Long Viet Nam 67-68” and “Yea though I walk through the valley of the Shadow of Death I will fear no Evil for I and the Evilest son of a bitch in the valley”, another Zenith lighter dated 1965/66 with an engraved Vietnam map. Medals with ribbons include two U.S. Service medal, National Defense, and three 1960 campaign (one not dated). Badges and pins: Marine Corps warrior, crossed bayonets with star, wings, Red Cross badge, and a tank badge. Collar pins: Playboy bunny, a shield, Allons, and Green Beret. A cluster of 1960 service bars plus two loose, a China marked wallet, 39 Vietnam sleeve patches, a small silk flag, a 10” Vietnam jacket patch, some miscellaneous paper including a guide to Vietnam 1962, and a guide to Bangkok 1967. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

1193 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. AMERICAN MEMORABILIA. The majority of this huge lot dates to World War II with several items from Vietnam and other miscellaneous pins, badges, medals, patches, photographs, etc. Too numerous to even begin to catalog. This is another large lot that really must be seen and studied in person, as there are just so many interesting items too numerous to share in these pages. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1195 1194 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. AMERICAN PATCHES. Nice assortment of original GI patches. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1195 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. AMERICAN PATCHES. Great dealer lot of original patches. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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1196 - LOT OF 4: BINDERS OF AMERICAN CAVALRY INSIGNIA. These albums contain lots of pins and patches too numerous to list individually. They were well put-together and most have unit history, such as 13th Armor, which has a page of history and insignia, some photographs, and several pages of pins and uniform patches. Most appear to be World War II to Vietnam era. This large lot needs to be viewed in person to fully appreciate the vast collection. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1197 - LOT OF 4: JAPANESE SIGNED FLAGS. Offered are four small Japanese silk battle flags. Each is inscribed in Japanese, which obviously tells a story. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1198 1198 - LOT OF 8: WWII VISOR HATS. Excellent lot of US WWll visor dress hats. 4 tan, 3 od green, 1 chocolate brown. All are in excellent original condition. All have original metal hat badges. All 4 tan hats have excellent original sweat bands. All are maker marks, all are complete with no notable damage. One of the olive hats is ieded second lieutenant air core John W Riedlinger. Has the eagle air core badge. One of the olive air core hats has a set of dog tags attached with the name of Joseph Urban. All of the bodies are either felt or cloth. All are very clean complete visors extremely nice lot. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

1199 - LOT OF 9: CIVIL WAR PERIOD SONG SHEETS. Four are framed, most have nice graphics and are in very good to excellent all around original condition. 500.00 - 1,000.00 1200 - LOT OF 60: U.S. PINS AND BADGES. The majority of these pins appear to be WWII or earlier. Many marksmanship badges, one dating 1906. They are from the Marine Corps, Army, Navy, and Army Air Corps. With a few unusual badges mixed in. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1201 - LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED WWII FLIERS HELMETS. Includes gloves and accessories. This lot includes two pairs of World War II leather gloves, one with outer fur lining, three leather flying hats without headsets, four with hard plastic ear protectors (one is still wired for sound), two canvas has with ear protectors (one ID’d “Craig”), three canvas soft flyer helmets wired with telephones (one stamped “Western Electric”), green oxygen mask, and two sets of fliers goggles (one with adjustable pouch with various color lenses). (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1201

1202 - LOT OF 4: NAZI BELTS. All four include belt and buckle. Two are Red Cross, one is a Sam Brown style belt with a plain buckle, and a German Luftschutz belt. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1202

1203 - LOT OF 7: GERMAN ARMY CANTEENS. All canteens date to World War II. Five has the wool or corduroy covers. Two have wood finished bodies, one of which is dated 1945, complete with straps and cups. One wool covered still has the belt hook and shoulder strap. One has the belt hook and leather accessories and is wrapped in corduroy. The last three have varying colors of wool with their original belt hooks and cups. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1203

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1204 - LOT OF 10: GERMAN ARM BANDS. All World War II Nazi with different designs and material. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1204

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1205 - LOT OF 9: GERMAN ARM BANDS. All World War II. All have different designs. Five have swastika, one has a lightning bolt, one has a mechanic, one Red Cross, and a green arm band for police. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1205

1206 - LOT OF 6: CASED U.S. MEDALS. Includes a Bronze Star inscribed to “George Palco” with bar and clasp; two air medals, one with oak leaf cluster, bar but no tack inscribed “Hillary R. Yavorosky A.C.” and the other with two bars, one with oak leaf cluster, one tack, and medal not inscribed; box also has a sterling set of bomber wings; and three cased Purple Hearts, one with bar and tack inscribed “Edward Mazaika” wounded in Okinawa, 763rd Tank Battalion, second with bar and tack inscribed “George Vamaous”, and third with bar, no tack to “Edward Shevera”. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00 LOT - 1206 388

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1207 - LOT OF 6: NAZI MEDALS. All are cased. Includes two 1939 iron crosses, one medal dated October 1, 1938 with flag bearers and swastika, one is a gold cross with blue ribbon and black swastika, and two pins with no ribbon of silver colored crossed swords and swastika. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1207

1208 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN MEDALS. This lot of German Nazi medals consists of six medals with ribbons, two cloth uniform bars with pins, a hat badge, a medal with no ribbon, seven large pins, and seven small stick pins. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00 1209 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN BADGES. Nice small lot in fine condition. All original badges. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00 1210 - LOT OF NAZI ENAMEL BADGES. Fine condition and all original. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

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1211 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. GERMAN CLOTH INSIGNIA. Nice dealer or collector group of all original items. Most Nazi-era. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1211

1212 - LOT OF 3: EARLY POWDER HORNS. Largest: 12 - 1/2” L. (A) 7” powder horn with period provenance tag. (B) & (C) are a pair of ca. 1812 screw plug butt powder horns with LOA’s, measure 14 - 1/2”. (Excellent - Near Mint). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1212

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LOT - 1213 1213 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED OVER SIZED C.W. SOLDIER IMAGES. All three feature armed Union soldiers in uniform, the images measure 17” x 20”, framed to 25 - 1/2” x 29”. 600.00 - 800.00

1214 - CIVIL WAR OFFICERS TRUNK AND KNAPSACKS. This lot includes two soft, tarred knapsacks, a hard pack stamped 22 SEP Co. The Civil War officers trunk is tooled leather over wood, marked GN Reynolds, Quarter Master Dept, 11th Army. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1214

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1215 - LOT OF OLD MINING EQUIPMENT IN WOODEN BOX. Offered is a great collection of early mining equipment. The wooden box is a National Carbide box with end label. Box contains ten old mining gas lamps. Five are made of brass. Range in size from 8-1/2” to 10-1/2”. Most are stamped with makers. Some are made of steel, some are nickel plated. Also include three plungers, five vintage oil cans, two empty boxes of blasting caps, and a box of carbide lamps. (Very Good Excellent). 600.00 - 1,200.00

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1216 - LOT OF 18: JAPANESE WAR MEDALS AND RIBBONS. All of these items appear to be circa WWII. Lot includes a wrist compass, a Japanese naval officers cap badge, a sleeve insignia, and various pins and ribbons. Scarce lot. 600.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 1216

1217 - LOT OF 2: DAF FLAGS. Both extremely large, one is very ornate with silver fringe, and felt applique. (Good). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1217

1218 - LOT OF 5: NAZI BELT BUCKLES & BELTS. Collection of five belt buckles with belts. Two of which are the same style, giving a total of four different styles. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1218

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1219 - LOT OF 6: NAZI BELTS. Six belts complete with original buckles representing the Army and the Luftwaffe. Five are leather and one is green canvas. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1219

1220 - GERMAN ARTILLERY ENLISTED TUNIC. World War II. No maker. Silk lining. Wool body. All original buttons. Insignia on lapels. Dark grey wool. No belt. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1220

LOT - 1221

1221 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN ARM BANDS. All are official Nazi issue. All four are different designs and/or material. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

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1222 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN CLOTH INSIGNIA. Most World War II era. 32 epaulets and six collar patches. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1222

1223 - LOT OF 10: GERMAN NAZI BELT BUCKLES. Five are brushed aluminum. Rectangular buckles with four different designs, A Gold buckle with eagle and swastika, an aluminum oval with swastika, a brass rectangular buckle with lightning bolt, and two rectangular brass buckles with eagle and swastika. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1223

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1224 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN DAGGER HANGERS. This lot of Nazi hangers for dress bayonets and knives includes eight total. Each are double strapped with original hangers. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1224

1225 - LOT OF 14: GERMAN CROSS MEDALS. This lot includes five iron crosses with ribbons dated 1939, one iron cross dated 1939 is a pin with no ribbon, two iron crosses dated 1914 with ribbons, a bronze cross with swords dated 1939 with ribbon, a 1939 silver German eagle with large fan back pin, a simple lead cross pin, a silver backed iron cross pin dated 1939, a small silver eagle dated 1939, and a small lead eagle pin dated 1939 (pinned to a ribbon). Include two extra ribbons. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1225

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1226 - LOT OF 11: GERMAN BADGES AND MEDALS. Fine quality assortment. All original and mostly Nazi-era. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

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1227 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN PINS, BADGES, & MEDALS. To include a boxed silver cross with black swastika in red box marked “25”. Other medals with ribbons include: bronze cross with eagle and swastika (“18” on back), bronze oval of two men fighting an alligator and a swastika on back, a Russian front ribbon with swastika, a German medal marked “16.3.35” with soldier and “K.K.S. Mosella” on back, a Volkspflege medal. Pins: 1938 silver pin, enameled pin of white cross with red flames, aluminum multi-colored iron cross dated 1941, a metal pin with a large arrow, two black and red silver hat pins, plus 12 miscellaneous pins. Also includes of bag of six Navy anchors, several buttons, campaign ribbons, collar pins, two small death head pins, etc. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1227

1228 - LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED AMER. MEDALS & INSIGNIA. The two glass cases include eight medals with ribbons, four sharpshooter bars, three sets of wings, a ship, and two campaign bars. Includes and empty case, a boxed, AEF medal with ribbon, boxed Marine Corps medal with rifle and ribbon, boxed Army of Occupation medal with Germany and Japan bars, a boxed good conduct medal with ribbon, boxed Korea medal with ribbon and bar, and a boxed Cavalry service medal with ribbon. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1228

1229 - LOT OF 7: SS COLLAR TABS. Six of these cloth tabs have silver embroidery. Three are the double lightening bolts, one is an “H”, one has a sickle, one with crossed rifles and grenade, and one has the metal pin. (Very Good - Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

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1230 - LOT OF 14: NAZI INSIGNIA. Several SS insignia with death head (three). There are four colored patches, a rank patch, two eagle with swastika black patches, one gold eagle with swastika, a coiled snake, and a silver embroidered emblem. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 1230

1231 - LOT OF 40: U.S. MILITARY MEDALS AND RIBBONS. Every medal in this lot except one is on a ribbon. Lot includes two bronze stars, flying cross, most dating to WWII Era. 750.00 - 1,500.00

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1232 - LOT OF 14: GERMAN BELT BUCKLES. Nice collection of belt buckles. Seven different designs, most in different type of metal and finishes. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

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1233 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD LEATHER CARTRIDGE BOX. 9 - 1/2â&#x20AC;? L. The wood block has 24 holes, approximately .69 caliber covered by black leather. Strap is intact, has a brass clasp with a rose head nail finial. Comes with letter from noted Revolutionary War historian, George Neumann. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 1234 1234 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED CIVIL WAR GENERAL AUTOGRAPHS. This lot includes an autographed CDV of Major General F.C. Barlow framed with a letter dated 1869 (post-war) from the Barlow Law Office in New York. Matted in blue with gold frame, measures 20” x 16”. Brigadier General Francis C. Barlow entered as an enlisted man in the 61st New York Volunteers under General Oliver O. Howard. Fought at Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Cold Harbor, Spotsylvania, and Battle of the Wilderness. Rose to Brigadier General and was wounded at Antietam and Gettysburg. One of the very few to enter the war as an enlisted man and rise to the rank of Brigadier General. The second autograph is a Union General that is signed “Yours Truly, A.E. Burnside”, framed and measures 11-1/2” x 9”. Ambrose Everett Burnside was a Union General that fought at Bull Run, Antietam, and Fredericksburg. During the Battle of the Crater, his poor handling of the situation lead to his dismissal on August 14, 1864. He is best remembered today as the man noted for sideburns. The third frame features an 2-1/2” x 3-1/2” CDV with a separate autograph cut, dated March 27, 1885 of Union Brigadier General Carl Schurz, who was the first German U.S. Senator, invented the fake beard, and fought at the battles of Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, Bull Run, and others under General Oliver O. Howard. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 1235 1235 - LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA. To include; four U.S. soldier tin - types, two daguerreotypes of women, a gem album that includes 96 oval tin - types, a Minors patented folding tin lantern, two reunion ribbons, two Civil War booklets, two razor straps, a scarce Gutta - Percha oiler, and miscellaneous camp items; cups, flask, 1866 GAR miniature canteen. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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1236 - FRAMED WWI COLLAGE. This collage of medals and paperwork pertain mostly to Clayton Fox. Includes a medal of Valor with a newspaper article, as presented by President Coolage. Has a Mexican Border medal, WWI campaign medal with 6 bars, to include; the Mause - Argoone and the Marnes, a Pershing medal, a NJ State medal, a Sons of Kearny fob, a 1922 YMCA Baseball Medal, and a Purple Heart that has the name John W. Cummings on back. This display came in as is and we do not know why there is a Purple Heart of another person within this collage but inscribed Purple Hearts are extremely scarce. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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1237 - TWO GERMAN GORGETS. The larger emblem of the two measures 4-1/2” deep 10” wide, brass needs good cleaning, felt lining, each hanger has German Swatzika Eagle, also comes with an additional matching hanger. The small tin example measures 3” deep 6-1/2” wide has a plain, pressed hanger shows oxidation and aging. (Good). 900.00 - 1,200.00

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1238 - NUREMBURG EAGLE DESK ORNAMENT. Impressive and heavy silver plated cast eagle measures 7” tall and 6-1/4” wide. Features eagle with oak leaf wreath and swastika. Silver has tarnished. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,200.00

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1239 - LARGE LOT OF AMERICAN WING BADGES. All of these badges represent Air Corps or Paratroops. Some are bombers, some are pilots. Seven have a gold and silver finish, balance are silver. Include one campaign bar. 42 pins altogether. All U.S. circa World War II. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,200.00

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1240 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN CLOTH INSIGNIA. All World War II Nazi era. 30 are the thin silk cotton insignias, most bear eagle and swastika logo. 43 patches, most embroidered and features eagle and swastika. 73 total. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 1241 1241 - LOT OF 12: CIVIL WAR TIN - TYPES. Eleven of these picture soldiers in uniform, some with arms. Most have the original Gutta - Percha cases. Excellent images. 1,500.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 1242 1242 - LARGE LOT RELATED TO WEINGOLD DEFENDERS. To include; nine badges, ribbons, GAR buckle, quarter plate tin - type of Levi Herman in uniform, two Civil War insignias, and framed discharge. Also included is a GAR miniature canteen and eight period CDVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of Union Generals and Officers; including Joe Hooker and O O Howard. There is also a near mint 6 plate case of tin - types in Gutta - Percha case. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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1243 - LOT OF 21: WINCHESTER & CIL POSTERS. CIL posters are cartridge drawings in black and white. The Winchester posters are in color. Usual minor tears and folds. (Very Good - Excellent). 350.00 - 700.00

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1244 - BEAUTIFUL LARGE HANDMADE S&W LADYSMITH SIGN 42” x 11 - 1/2”. This sign was carved from a one and a half inch piece of wood that measures 42” Long and 11” tall. Carved into the wood bas relief and finished in gold are two S&W logos on both sides of the sign that measure 7” each. Within the border is carved “Lady Smith 1902 - 1921” The letters measure 3” in height. “Masterpiece in miniature” carved into base two inches tall. Sign is in near mint condition and is housed in a protective homemade case. This would be an incredible display in any gun room for the S&W enthusiast. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1244

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1245 - GERMAN YOUTH STONE BOW CIRCA EARLY 17TH CENTURY. 21 - 1/2” L. Construction of this early stone bow is all iron with the exception of the carved and incised fruitwood stock. Has the maker’s touch mark on upper lever. Has a folding rear sight, foresight pillars, built-in gaffle, spring catch rear, domed level terminal. No strings or cross-trees present. Bow arms measure 15”. Stock has a carving of a lion’s head on the left side with decorative incisions on both sides. Stock is in very good condition with one small repair at base. This is considered a youth-sized weapon. All metal is dark brown patina. All original example and seldom seen outside of a European museum. 2,500.00 - 4,500.00 403


1246 - PERIOD REMINGTON BRONZE BUST. 10” T. This bronze bust is of a U.S. Cavalryman. Signed “Frederick Remington” on side. Bottom stamped “Roman Bronze Works”. Extremely heavy casting. Insides show a lot of age. This is a very early casting. (Very Good). 350.00 - 650.00

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1247 - LARGE 19TH CENTURY WOOD KENO GAMING FIXTURE. Well-made solid walnut Keno ball dispenser measures 23” tall and 12-1/2” wide at base. Ancient green felt pad. Has some balls included and also comes with wooden scoring board. 400.00 - 600.00

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1248 - LOT OF 16: MISC GUN BOOKS. Discovering Antique Firearms by Dennis Lack. Browning Machine Gun Operators Manual. Gun Digest Book of Holsters and Other Gun Leather by Roger Combs. The Illustrated Book of Pistols By Frederick Wilkinson. Arms and Armor Annual. Edited by Robert Held. The World’s Assault Rifles Vol. II by Daniel D. Musgrave and Thomas B. Nelson. Guns and Rifles of the World by Howard L. Blackmore. The Illustrated History of Ammunition by Ian V. Hogg. Pistols of the World by Claude Blair. Guns of the World. The Collecting of Guns Edited by James E. Serven. The Treasury of the Gun by Harold L. Peterson. Small Arms of the World. Handguns of the World by Edward C. Ezell. The Handgun by Geoffery Boothroyd - Crown Publishers, Inc. New York. The handgun by Geoffery Boothroyd - Bonanza Books New York. 9 hard cover books with original dust jackets- excellent condition. 3 hard cover books missing dust jacket. 2 full size soft cover books and 2 soft cover pamphlets. (Excellent). 150.00 - 250.00


1249 - LOT OF 9: ASSORTED GUN BOOKS. Civil War Guns by William B. Edwards. Untied States Firearms The First Century 1776-1875 by David F. Butler. Metallic Cartridge Conversions by Tom Selleck. The Plains Rifle by Charles E. Hanson, Jr. Hawken Rifles The Mountain Man’s Choice by John D. Baird. U.S. Firearms 1776-1956 by Major James E. Hicks. Lugers at Random by Charles Kenyon, Jr. Confederate Handguns By William A. Albaugh III, Hugh Benet, Jr., Edward N. Simmons. The Powder Flask Book by Ray Riling. All are hard covers, all have the original jackets. (Good - Very Good). 250.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1249

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1250 - LOT OF 14: MISC. GUN BOOKS. The .45-70 Springfield by Joe Poyer and Craig Riesch. Confederate Guns and Their Current Prices by Martin Rywell. Know Your Walther PP & PPK Pistol by E.J. Hoffschmidt. Civil War Pistols of the Union by John D. McAulay. The World’s Great Machine Guns from 1860 to the Present Day by Roger Ford. United State Martial Flintlocks by Robert M. Reilly. Brothers in Arms by William C. Davis. The Rifled Musket by Claud E. Fuller. Artillery and Ammunition of the Civil War by Warren Ripley. Confederate Arms by William A. Albaugh III and Edward N. Simmons. Battle Weapons of the American Revolution by George C. Neumann. Arms and Armor in Colonial America 1523-1783 by Harold L. Peterson. Military Holsters of World War II by Eugene J. Bender. Civil War Guns by William B. Edwards. All but the Walter book is hard covered and all have the proper jackets. (Good). 250.00 - 400.00

1251 - LOT OF 9: GUN BOOKS. Ammunition its History, Development and Use 1600 to 1943 - .22 BB Cap to 20 mm. Shell by Melvin M. Johnson, Jr. and Charles T. Haven Successful Pistol Shooting by Bob Hickey and Art Sievers. U.S. Martial and Semi-Martial Single - Shot Pistols by Charles Edward Chapel. The W.H.B. Smith Classic Book of Pistols and Revolvers updated by Joseph E. Smith. Decoys of the Atlantic Flyway by George Ross Starr. The Art of Engraving by James B. Week. Action Shooting Cowboy Style by John Taffin. Big Bore Sixguns by John Taffin. Single Shot Actions, Their Design and Construction. All hard cover, 6 have dust jackets, 1 dust jacket is in poor condition, 2 books that do not have dust jackets. (Good). 150.00 - 200.00

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1252 - LOT OF 10: ASSORTED GUN BOOKS. The Muzzle - Loading Cap Lock Rifle by Ned H. Roberts. Longrifles of North Carolina by John Bivins, Jr. Kentucky Rifle & Pistols 1750-1850. The Kentucky Pistol by Chandler & Whisker. Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age by Joe Kindig, Jr. Recreating the American Longrifle by Buchele, Shumway, And Alexander. Artistic Ingredients of the Longrifle By Joe K. Kindig III. The Muzzle - Loading Rifle Then and Now by Walter m. Cline. The Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle by Henry J. Kauffman. The Kentucky Rifle and Me by Edith G. Cooper. Excellent reference collection containing mostly to Kentucky rifles and pistol all are hard bound with the original dust jacket except for one. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

1253 - LOT OF 6: MISC COLLECTOR GUN BOOKS. Remington Handguns by Charles Lee Karr, Jr. and. Caroll Robbins Karr. Firearms Curiosa by Lewis Winant. Walther Pistols by W.H.B. Smith. Colt’s Variations of the Old Model Pocket Pistol 1848 to 1872 by P.L. Shumaker. The Gun Collector’s Handbook of Values by Charles Edward Chapel. The Peace - Maker and its Rivals an Account of the Single Action Colt by John E. Parsons. All are hard cover, each with the original dust jackets. Very good - excellent condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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1254 - LOT OF 10: GUN BOOKS. Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson by Jim Supica and Richard Nahas. Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson 2nd Edition by Jim Supica and Richard Nahas. Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson 3rd Edition by Jim Supica and Richard Nahas. History of Smith & Wesson by Roy G. Jinks. Single Action Sixguns by John Taffin. The History of Colt Firearms by Dean K. Boorman. Colt’s Single Action Army Revolver by “Doc” Robert H. O’Meara. A History of The Colt Revolver by Charles T. Haven and Frank A. Belden. Colt an American Legend by R.L. Wilson. Winchester an American Legend by R.L. Wilson. All are hard bound, all have the original dust covers. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1254

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1255 - LOT OF 11: MISC. GUN BOOKS. Colt Cavalry & Artillery Revolvers by John A. Kopec and H. Sterling Fenn. Colt Firearms from 1836 by James E. Serven. The Peacemakers Arm and Adventure in the American West by R.L. Wilson. The Colt Heritage by R.L. Wilson. The Worlds Great Guns by Frederick Wilkinson. The Illustrated Book of Guns Editied by David Miller. Handguns A Collector’s Guide to Pistols and Revolvers from 1850 to Present by Frederick Wilkinson. The Illustrated Directory of Guns by David Miller. Colt an American Legend by R.L. Wilson. ‘51 Colt Navies by Nathen L. Swayze. A Study of the Colt Single Action Army Revolver by Ron Graham, John A. Kopec, C. Kenneth Moore. All are hard cover and all but 2 have a dust jacket. This lot includes a few very valuable books including the 51 Colt Navy Book, Colt Artillery Revolver Book, and Kopec Book. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

1256 - LOT OF 11: MISC. GUN BOOKS. Smith & Wesson 1857-1945 by Robert J. Neal and Roy G. Jinks. Standard Catalog of Winchester Price and Identification Guide Edited by David D. Kowalski. The Breech - Loader in the Service 1816 - 1917 by Claud E. Fuller. Luger by John Walter. The Luger Book by John Walter. Smith & Wesson 1857 - 1945 by Robert J. Neal and Roy G. Jinks. America’s Great Premier Gunmakers Remington by K.D. Kirkland. Cowboy Culture The Last Frontier of American Antiques by Michael Friedman. Winchester by Harold F. Williamson. Winchester an American Legend by R.L. Wilson. Winchester Rarities by Tom Webster Edited by David D. Kowalski. All but 2 are hard cover, and all but 2 have the original dust jackets. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1257 - LOT OF 10: ASSORTED GUN BOOKS. Elementary Gun Smithing by Perry Frazer. Boy’s Single - Shot Rifles by James J. Grant. Practical Dope on the .22 by F.C. Ness. Modern American Rifle by A.C. Gould. Single - Shot Rifles Finale by James J. Grant. Remington Handguns by Charles Lee Karr, Jr. and Carroll Robbins Karr. Automatic and Repeating Shotguns by Richard Arnold. Single - Shot Rifles by James J. Grant. More Single - Shot Rifles by James J. Grant. Still More Single - Shot Rifles by James J. Grant. All hard bound, all but one with dust jacket, nice complete set of grant books with only one dust jacket being roughed. Others are very good to excellent. The small sand worth does not have a jacket. The nest book has a poor dust jacket, and the grule book has a tape repaired to dust jacket. (Good). 150.00 - 300.00

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1258 - PERIOD INDIAN SKULL CRACKER. 11 - 1/2” L. This weapon is in fine condition. Mfg. of rawhide with round stone, measures 11 - 1/2”. Dates to the Indian Wars Era. 400.00 - 600.00

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1259 - PRESENTATION STERLING SILVER SOVIET COLD WAR BOWL. 8 - 1/4” x 4 - 1/2” The bowl itself is stamped “Sterling 868 Reproduction of Paul Revere bowl by Manchester”. It is inscribed “337th Fall Field Day Tour of Duty Moscow, Copenhagen, Dublin. Honorable Walter J. Stoessel Jr., Ambassador to the U.S.S.R.”. It has the Massachusetts 1638 seal. Stoessel was the ambassador to the Soviet Union between 1974 and 1976. Appointed in 1982 by President Reagan as Deputy Secretary of State. He died in Washington as a result of radiation poisoning in Moscow, which lead to cancer. The controversy surrounding his death and his poisoning in Russia is the stuff movies are made from. Complete story of these events is readily available. The bowl itself is dent free, tarnished, and needs a good cleaning. (Excellent). 350.00 - 650.00 LOT - 1259

1260 - ORIGINAL NEW HOUSE NO. 4-1/2 WOLF TRAP. 24” L. Maker marked on center. Jaws open to 9”. With tacking chain. Patented 1911. Has single drag. Manufactured in New York. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1261 - ORIGINAL NEW HOUSE NO. 4-1/2 WOLF TRAP. 24” L. Maker marked on center. Jaws open to 9”. With tacking chain. Patented 1911. Has double drag. Manufactured in New York. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1262 - CAST IRON GRIZZLY BEAR TRAP. 43 - 1/2” L. Patented 1859. With staking chain. Jaws measure 6” in length. Contemporary manufacture. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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1263 - DUKE TRAP NO. 15 BEAR. 34 - 1/2” L. Cast iron with original staking chain. Jaws measures 11”in length. Contemporary manufacture. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1263

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1264 - VINTAGE SPORTING GOODS COLLECTION. To include: 27” fiberglass lure store display with a couple of minor chips, a custom made wood tackle box with folding interior trays, three early holsters (two hunter), and two Bowie knives. One knife is a Daniel Boone commemorative with a 10-1/2” drop point blade, wood handle, and 16” overall length. The second knife is a Buffalo Bill commemorative with a 10-1/4” drop point blade, wood handle, and 15-1/4” overall length. (Very Good - Near Mint). 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1265 1265 - LARGE LOT OF CAST IRON CAP GUNS. This is a great dealer lot. One consignor collected these guns. Many date from the late 19th century up through the 1950’s. There are 7 very early 19th century cast iron examples with the balance primarily from the 30’s , 40’s and 50’s. 32 total guns and there are 2 cast iron sailor banks included in this lot. Condition varies. 400.00 - 800.00

1266 - MIB KENETSUNE SEKI FIXED BLADE KNIFE. 10 - 1/2” L. Kanetsune Seki high grade hunting knife. Hand forged Damascus style clip point blade measures 4-7/8” with an overall of 9-1/2”. Beautiful hardwood handle and sheath. Contemporary. (Near Mint Plus). 100.00 - 200.00

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1267 - LOT OF 3: CUSTOM 1-BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 5 - 1/2” L. Benchmade U.S.A. 4-5/8” one-blade tactical folder handled in black composite. Emerson 5” one-blade tactical folder handled in black composite. Emerson 5-3/8” one-blade tactical folder handled in black composite. Contemporary lot. (Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00

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1268 - LOT OF 3: CUSTOM 1-BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 5 - 1/4” L. MicroTech Pat. Pending 4-1/2” one-blade tactical folder handle in black composite. MicroTech Pat. Pending 4-5/8” one-blade tactical folder handled in black composite. MicroTech Pat. Pending 5” one-blade tactical folder handled in black composite. Contemporary lot. (Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00

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1269 - LOT OF 10: ASSORTED KNIVES. Largest: 7 - 1/4 L. Group of fixed blade and folding knives; all with condition issues such as broken or worn blades, bad handles, pitting, etc. Makers include Case Tested XX, Remington, Ulster, and others. Circa 1920’s-50’s. (Fair). 100.00 - 200.00

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1270 - LOT OF 4: REMINGTON FOLDING KNIVES. Largest: 3 - 3/4” L. Remington U.M.S. R3843 six-blade utility knife handled in bone. Scales are perfect, factory bail has been removed, master blade is sluggish while all other blades have strong snap in both open and close directions. Remington U.M.C. RS 3333 official Scout four-blade bone handled utility knife. Factory bail has been removed, non-original master blade has been welded to tang. Remington U.M.C. two-blade Hanover Shoe easy open jack knife handled in black composite. Remington circle stamped R6645 two-blade sleeveboard pen knife handled in bone. Lot circa 1930’s. (Fair - Good). 100.00 - 200.00

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1271 - LOT OF 7: 1 & 2-BLADE BARLOW KNIVES. Each: 3 - 1/4” L. Russell 3-3/8” two-blade barlow handled in saw cut bone. Ka-Bar 3-3/8” two-blade barlow handled in delrin. Remington “Straight Liner” 3-3/8” one-blade barlow handled in black composite. Ka-Bar 3-3/8” 2-blade barlow handled in delrin. Remington circle stamp 3-3/8” two-blade barlow handled in saw cut bone, transitional version. Boker No. 493 3-3/8” two-blade barlow handled in delrin. Camco 3-3/8” two-blade barlow handled in black composite. Lot circa 1915-1960’s. (Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00

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1272 - LOT OF 6: AMERICAN FIXED BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 8 - 3/4” L. a) Olcut 4-1/2” blade with a stacked leather handle. No sheath. B) Remington U.M.C. “Outers” RH4 4-1/8” blade handled in bone. No sheath. C) Western 3-1/8” blade delrin handled bird knife. Correct sheath. D) Imperial 4” blade with a bone handle. Correct sheath. E) Shrade PH2 2-7/8” blade with a black composite finger notched handle. Correct sheath. F) Buck No. 102 3-7/8” blade with black composite handle. Correct sheath. Lot circa 1925 - present. (Very Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00

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1273 - LOT OF 10: ASSORTED KNIVES. Largest: 12 - 3/4” L. A) Olsen Skinner 4-1/2” blade, overall is 9-1/4”. Handle is hardwood. Correct sheath included. B) Edge Brand, Germany reproduction of a Hitler Youth knife complete with scabbard. C) Precise “Silver Eagle” fixed blade hunting knife with a 5-1/2” blade and composite stag handle. Correct sheath included. D) Ka-Bar hunting knife with a 4-1/8” saber ground clip point blade. Handle is stacked leather. Correct sheath included. E) Sabre Pakistan wood handled hunting knife in wrong sheath. F) Othello Germany all metal throwing knife in correct sheath. G) East Indian “Gurka” souvenir knife in correct sheath. H) A. Peter Passau Rostfrei small German sheath knife with a genuine stag handle in correct sheath. I) & J) Taylor Japan pen and pencil with hidden blades. Lot is all contemporary. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00 LOT - 1273

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1274 - LOT OF 4: CLEAVERS & BUTCHER KNIVES. Largest: 15” L. A) Simmons & Co., Italy 15” overall meat cleaver. B) Foster Bros. 12” overall meat cleaver. C) Russel Green River Works 10-3/4” overall fillet or butcher knife. D) Russel Green River Works 10-1/2” butcher knife. Circa 1890 to 1935. (Good). 100.00 - 200.00

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1275 - LOT OF 9: RAZORS & KNIVES. Largest: 6 - 1/4” L. A) Ka-Bar 5-1/2” one-blade folder handled in walnut. Knife is in mint condition. B) Rigid Japan 4-1/4” tactical folder, blade is marked “RG-24 Surgical Steel”. Knife is (..). Maximum steel 5-1/8” one-blade folding bunter with hardwood handle. Blade tang is stamped “LB440”. Mint condition. C) Camco U.S.A. 3” two-blade Lone Ranger character knife. Near mint condition. D) Reproduction 3-1/2” one-blade Loyal Order KKK folding knife. E) Vaylor 4-5/8” one-blade ballisong handled in hardwood. Mint condition. F) Comoso Mexico 4-3/8” one-blade auto handled in hardwood. Mint condition. G) Wade & Butcher celluloid handled straight razor. H) Gercutico celluloid handled straight razor. (Excellent Near Mint). 100.00 - 200.00

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LOT - 1276

1276 - EARLY IRON AND COPPER KNIFE This early knife was dug up at Gettysburg but comes with zero proof. It features a 6” iron blade spear point that is pitted in brown patina. Has a hand hammered brass guard and a copper weighted handle with numerous dents overall length is 11” it is reported to be of Confederate origin but again, no proof. Interesting relic that has had the guard and handle polished. 100.00 - 200.00

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1277 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. To include: two blade 1992 Susquehanna Knife Collectors Association number 27 of 35 made by Cripple Creek, has a 3/1-4” blade overall 7-1/2” has a stag handle nickel bolster, it is in near mint condition. Cripple Creek number 3 of 100 stamped Schem has a 4” blade 8-3/4” overall stag handle. Cripple Creek 3 blade pocket knife Green River Rendezvous. Longest blade is 3” total length 6-3/4” has a bone handle. Lastly, Cripple Creek Battle of Tippecanoe two blade. Blade is 3” overall length 6-3/4” bone handle. All are in excellent to near mint condition. (Near Mint). 100.00 - 200.00

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1278 - LOT OF 2: CUSTOM 1-BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 4 - 3/4” L. Signed W.H. in a circle 4” custom-made one-blade folder handled in Motherof-Pearl. Signed W.H. in circle 4-5/8” custom one-blade folder with integral handled. Unusual knife that incorporates a thumb safety to close blade. Contemporary lot. (Near Mint Plus). 200.00 - 300.00 LOT - 1278

1279 - LOT OF 2: 1-BLADE CUSTOM KNIVES. Largest: 5” L. Carson 5-1/4” one-blade tactical knife handled in grey micarta. CRKT M4-03 Carson Design 4-3/8” one-blade tactical folder handled in black composite. Knife incorporates a thumb safety to close blade when in open position. Both are contemporary. (Near Mint). 200.00 - 300.00

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1280 - LOT OF 4: CUSTOM 1-BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 6 - 1/4” L. Unsigned 3-1/2” custom-made one-blade folder handled in Mother-of-Pearl. Knife features a pierced Damascus blade with jeweled blade assist and worked back. A real beauty! Rainy Butch Thom SOF 2000 Vallotton 6” one-blade folding tactical knife handled in black composite. “Light Foot” 4” one-blade tactical folding knife handled in black composite. Cold Steel 6” one-blade folder handled in black composite. Contemporary lot. (Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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1281 - LOT OF 2: BOKER FOLDING KNIVES. Largest: 7 - 1/2” L. Mint in box Boker Ceramic 4-1/4” one-blade folder with a lock back feature. All metal handle. Knife is boxed with the paperwork on ceramic blades. Boker Tree Brand Solingen 5-1/4” two-blade hunter handled in genuine stag. Knife has an unusual feature in that the master blade and the saw blade have their own safety lock. Knife is in mint condition and includes leather belt sheath and factory box. Both knives are contemporary. (Near Mint Plus). 200.00 - 300.00

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1282 - LOT OF 2: CUSTOM 1-BLADE KNIVES. Each: 4 - 3/4” L. Custom one-blade tactical folder signed by a single symbol on front forward scale, near mint. Custom one-blade tactical folder signed by a single symbol on front forward scale, mint. Contemporary. (Near Mint Plus). 200.00 - 300.00 LOT - 1282

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1283 - LOT OF 7: FIXED BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 11 - 1/2” L. Group of seven fixed blade hunting and fillet knives. Union Ka-Bar 9-1/4” overall, stacked leather handle, correct signed sheath included. Schrade Walden 8-1/2” overall, composite handle, incorrect sheath. Remington RH32 8-3/8” overall, stacked leather handle, correct sheath. Remington U.M.C. RH4 7” overall, incorrect wood handle and leather sheath. Ka-Bar fish knife 8-1/2” overall, wood handle, correct signed leather sheath. Marbles Gladstone 5” Ideal with stacked leather handle, no sheath. E.P. Abel fillet knife 10-3/4” overall, wood handle with brass mounts, correct signed leather sheath. Lot circa 1930’s-present. (Fair). 200.00 - 300.00

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1284 - LOT OF 8: VARIOUS FIXED BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 13” L. KutMaster post-World War II trench knife, overall 11-1/2” with a blade length of 6-3/4”, incorrect sheath. Western Pat’d commercial combat, overall is 13”, with an 8” blade and no sheath. Two unsigned theater knives. Lamson & Goodnow butcher knife. Pal RH36 commercial combat with no sheath. Remington DuPont butcher knife. Pal RH50 commercial combat with no sheath. (Fair - Good). 200.00 - 300.00 LOT - 1284

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1285 - LOT OF 16: FOLDING KNIVES. Largest: 4” L. Group of foreign and domestic folding knives. Lot includes seven two-blade electrician’s knives by Case, Imperial, Camillus, and Robeson; four four-blade utility knives by Ulster, Cornwall, and Camillus; two one-blade pruners; three multi-blade sportsman by Victorinox, Leatherman, and China Stainless. Circa 1945-present. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 1285

1286 - LOT OF 5: 1 & 2 BLADE FOLDING KNIVES. Each: 5” L. Schrade Uncle Henry 5” one-blade wood handled folding hunter with correct belt sheath. Camillus 5-1/4” one-blade composite stag handled folding hunter with correct factory box. Buck 5-1/4” No. 317 two-blade black composite handled folding hunter. Craftsman 5-1/4” two-blade black composite handled folding hunter. Gerber Portland, Oregon one-blade integral handled of wood and brass, this knife has a safety lock feature. Lot is contemporary. (Excellent - Near Mint Plus). 200.00 - 300.00

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1287 - LOT OF 5: LARGE PATTERN FOLDER KNIVES. Largest: 5 - 1/4” L. A) Schrade Walden 5-1/4” two-blade folding hunter handled in brown delrin. Correct belt sheath included. B) Union Cutlery Co. 5-1/4” one-blade swell center folding hunter with replaced handle scales. C) Case Tested XX (circa 1920 to 1940) No. 6265 two-blade folding hunter handled in second cut green bone. Front scale is cracked, back scale is a wood replacement. D) Boker Tree Brand 5-1/4” two-blade folding hunter handled in delrin. This knife is mint and etched. E) Case XX U.S.A. nine dot (1971) No. 6250 two-blade “Sunfish” handled in jigged laminated wood. This a nice knife in mint condition. (Very Good - Near Mint Plus). 200.00 - 300.00 LOT - 1287

1288 - LOT OF 2: CUSTOM STAG HANDLED KNIVES. Largest: 12” L. Custom made hand carved stag handled fixed blade knife. Maker’s initials and identifying numbers on both front and back tang of this little 2-3/4” fixed blade. No sheath. Custom made hand carved stag handled fixed blade knife. Maker’s initials and identifying numbers are on both front and back tang of this 3-3/4” fixed blade. Wrong sheath. Contemporary lot. (Near Mint Plus). 200.00 - 300.00

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1289 - LOT OF 4: BOWIE KNIVES. Largest: 18 - 1/2” L. A) Handmade Bowie knife with an overall length of 16-1/4”. Saber ground engine turned clip point blade measures 10-3/4”. Handle is genuine stag with a scrimshawed elk’s head crown. Handle is fitted with a full brass guard bearing initials of owner or maker. Correct leather sheath included. B) Unsigned 15” overall handmade contemporary Bowie. Clip point saber ground blade measures 9-1/4”. Knife is fitted with a brass guard and a black composite handle. No sheath. C) “R.J. RICHTER SOLINGEN, GERMANY” contemporary Bowie knife with an overall length of 13”. Clip point saber ground blade measures 7-7/8”. Handle is sectioned hardwood and black composite fitted with a full brass guard. No sheath. D) ‘UNITED CUTLERY NO. UC700 “RAUEN” FANTASY FIGHTER’ by Gil Hibben. 12-1/2” overall with factory box and sheath. All knives are contemporary. (Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00


1290 - LOT OF 3: LARGE CUSTOM BOWIE KNIVES. 17”, 16”, & 14” L. (A) Drop point, 11” blade, brass hand guard, horn grip, with an overall length 17”. Blade is not marked. Oxidized with a nice edge. (B) Manufactured by LCO, 9 - 3/4” drop point blade, brass handguard, horn handle with a 15 - 1/4” overall length. Excellent condition. (C) Custom design, drop point Bowie by Sid Hill. Manufactured in Taiwan. Blade measures 8 - 3/4”, 14” overall. Nickel plated handle with nickel wire wrap. Excellent condition. 250.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1290

1291 - CUSTOM STAG HANDLED FIXED BLADE KNIFE. 10 - 1/2” L. J. White custom-made hunting knife. Flat ground drop point blade measures 5” with an overall of 9-3/4’. Genuine stag handle with nickel silver mounts. Correct signed leather sheath. Contemporary. (Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1291

LOT - 1292

1292 - CUSTOM FIXED BLADE KNIFE. 13 - 1/2” L. J. White custom Bowie with a flat ground clip point blade, overall length is 13-3/4”, blade length is 9”. Handle is genuine stag with brass mounts. There is a crack on back side of handle. No sheath. Contemporary. (Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00

1293 - CUSTOM FIXED BLADE BY DEVERAUX. 10” L. Deveraux custom-made hunting knife. Spear point blade measures 4-5/8” with an overall 9-1/2”. Beautiful sectioned sheep horn handle with brass mount. Hand tooled leather sheath marked “Rowe’s Leather Hope Ark”, however incorrect for knife. Contemporary. (Near Mint Plus). 300.00 - 400.00

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1294 - SOG FIXED BLADE BOWIE STYLE KNIFE. 14 - 1/2” L. SOG Seki-Japan Bowie knife. Saber ground clip point blade measures 8-3/4” with an overall of 14”. Checkered hard rubber handle. Correct black leather sheath signed SOG specialty knives. Contemporary. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1294

1295 - LOT OF 3: BUCK 1-BLADE FOLDING KNIVES. Largest: 4 - 3/4” L. Buck 110 U.S.A. one-blade lock back handled in smooth white bone. Front scale is wonderfully scrimmed with a whaling scene signed “Sheldon”. Buck Custom U.S.A. one-blade lock back handled in genuine stag. Back tang is stamped “Designer’s Choice”. Front blade face is stamped “ATS-34”. Buck 112 U.S.A. one-blade finger notched handle. Lot is contemporary. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1295

1296 - LOT OF 3: 1-BLADE DAMASCUS FOLDERS. Each: 4 - 1/2” L. S. Coal (?) 4-5/8” one-blade custom tactical folder with a beautifully figured Damascus blade. One piece constructed metal handle. T. Szilaski 4-3/4” one-blade custom tactical folder with a beautiful figured Damascus blade. Handle is all case hardened metal. Knife also features a worked back. Custom tactical folder signed by maker using a single symbol by forward front scale. This is a single blade knife with a blue Damascus figure applied to its blade. Lot is contemporary (Near Mint). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1296

1297 - CUSTOM 1-BLADE LOCK BACK FOLDER. 3 - 3/4” L. Bob Conley Maker Jonesboro, Tenn. 3-3/4” one-blade lock back folder handled in smooth bone. Knife features scroll engraved bolsters and lock release. Contemporary. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1297

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1298 - LOT OF 2: EARLY REMINGTON FIXED BLADE KNIVES. Largest: 12 - 1/4” L. Remington U.M.C. RH 30 Bowie-style hunting knife. Saber ground clip point blade measures 5-1/2” with an overall of 9-7/8”. Jigged bone handle, both scales being perfect without cracks or chips. Nickel silver oval guard. Incorrect leather sheath. Remington U.M.C. RH36 saber ground clip point blade measures 6” with an overall of 10-1/4”. Stacked leather handle. Correct leather sheath. Circa 1919-1940. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1298

1299 - LOT OF 44: ASSORTED KNIVES. Largest: 7 - 1/2” L. Group of foreign and domestic folding knives which includes two straight razors. Lot consists of mostly one- and two-blade folders by various manufacturers such as Buck, Browning, Schrade, Colonial, Puma, Ulster, and others. Lot is contemporary. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1299

1300 - LOT OF 2: CASE KNIVES. Largest: 11 - 3/4” L. A) Case XX U.S.A. “Kodiak” fixed blade. Handle is genuine stag with brass mounts. Flat ground clip point blade measures 5-3/4’ with an overall 10-3/4’ length. Correct sheath included. No box. B) Case XX U.S.A. four dot (1976) No. 5137 SS 3-1/8” one blade “Sod Buster” handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint Plus). 300.00 - 400.00

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1301 - LOT OF 2: CUSTOM KNIFE & EMPTY BOX. Largest Box: 11” L. Buck custom knife in hard wood display box. This beautiful folder was created by David Yellowhorse. Back bolster is sight “By David Yellowhorse”. Lavish inlays on the Buck Model No. 112. Lot also includes a beautiful hardwood display box for a “Cut Hair Yellowhorse” series one serial No. 0106 fixed blade knife (box only). (Near Mint Plus). 300.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1301 1302 - SCHRADE CUTLERY SHEFFIELD’S COUNTER DISPLAY. iXL-Schrade Wostenholm factory counter display complete with five folding knives. They include the following: GS50 2-blade stag handled “canoe” - BS50 3 blade bone handled stockman - M40 1 blade lock back folding hunter handled in ivory micarta - GS30 1 blade lock back folding hunter handled in genuine stag. BS20 1-blade lock back folding hunter handled in bone. All knives have the matching serial #M4457 stamped on their front bolster. All knives bear hallmarks on their back bolster. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1302

LOT - 1303

1303 - BOURNE CUSTOM MADE COFFIN HILT STYLE BOWIE KNIFE. H.G. Bourne custom-made Bowie with an 8-1/2” flat ground clip point blade, overall is 14”. Guardless coffin hilt style Bowie. Blade tang marked “X-B No.2”. Handle has a nickel silver back strap marked “Presented to Kelley Dog”. This is a contemporary custom Bowie constructed in 1830’s style handled in ebony. No sheath. (Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00

1304 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/4” 1-blade limited edition narrow clasp folder handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 4” 2-blade limited edition double acting jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-5/8” 3-blade limited edition fancy stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Warriors circa 1989, 2-blade all metal tactical folder. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/4” 3-blade limited edition whittler handled in Christmas tree celluloid. This knife shows some damage from its handles emitting gas. (Excellent - Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1304 422

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1305 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 3-1/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/4” 2-blade jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-7/8” 3-blade stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-7/8” 3-blade commemorative stockman. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1305

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1306 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. 3-3/4” 5-blade commemorative “Sowbelly” handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade barlow handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade barlow handled in smooth white bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-1/2” 1-blade “one arm bandit” barlow handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

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1307 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1982, 2-blade limited edition trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative Sowbelly handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1307

1308 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 5-1/2” 1-blade commemorative Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative whittler handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative Sowbelly handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-5/8” 1-blade commemorative jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1985, 3-5/8” 2-blade commemorative jack knife. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1308

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1309 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/4” 1-blade limited edition narrow clasp folder handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-7/8” 3-blade stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-5/8” 3-blade limited edition fancy stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-5/8” 3-blade limited edition fancy stockman handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1309

1310 - LOT OF 2: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill), circa 1983, 3-1/4” 1-blade “Eureka” jack knife with a flat oak leaf shield containing the date of 1983. Scales are smooth white bone. Blade etched with a pipe and tomahawk. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 4-1/4” 5-blade M.O.P. commemorative canoe. Knife features a flat shield with the words “Cripple Creek U.S.A.”. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1310

1311 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 4-7/8” 1-blade limited edition “Grand Dady” barlow handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/2” 1-blade Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition double acting “Sowbelly” handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-1/4” 3-blade stockman handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

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1312 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1982, 4” 2-blade “Muskrat” handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-3/8” 2-blade commemorative “Eureka” jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983 3-3/8” 3-blade stockman handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 3-3/8” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. 3-3/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1312

1313 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 5-3/8” 1-blade commemorative Swell center folding hunter handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-5/8” 2-blade commemorative jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-3/8” 2-blade “Eureka” jack knife handled in bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1313

1314 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-3/8” 2-blade limited edition “Eureka” jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/4” 1-blade limited edition narrow clasp folder handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-5/8” 3-blade limited edition fancy oval stockman handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-1/2” 2-blade fancy jack knife handled in jigged bone. Face of master blade marked “PROTO”. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 3-3/4” 1-blade limited edition jack knife handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1314

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1315 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/2” 1-blade Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 4-3/4” 1-blade limited edition “Big Dady” barlow handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-3/4” 2-blade trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/4” 2-blade jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek limited edition drop point 3” fixed blade, overall is 6-3/4”, no sheath. Scales are genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1315

1316 - LOT OF 2: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-3/4” 2-blade M.O.P. commemorative trapper. Cargill (only mark on front master blade tang) early custom made, 3-5/8” 2-blade double acting canoe handled in genuine stag. Knife features a flat oak leaf shield. Back tang of master blade bears the number “80136”. Back tang of opposite blade marked “Lake Michigan AECA”. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1316

1317 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 3-3/4” 1-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) 4” 1-blade commemorative equal end jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1991, 3-1/2” 2-blade Swell center commemorative jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-7/8” 2-blade trapper handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1317

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1318 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 4” 3-blade commemorative “canoe” handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade stag handled trapper. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-5/8” 3-blade oval stockman handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1318

1319 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1994, 3-7/8” 2-blade double acting commemorative “Sowbelly” handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-5/8” 2-blade commemorative jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 4-1/8” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-5/8” 3-blade commemorative stockman handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1319

1320 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-7/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-3/4” 3-blade limited edition “Sowbelly” handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-7/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in saw cut bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in saw cut bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1320

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1321 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 4-12” 2-blade heavy trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/2” 1-blade Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 3-3/8” 2-blade “Eureka” jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative whittler handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1321

1322 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 5-1/4” 1-blade limited edition narrow clasp knife handled in jigged bone. Knife features a worked back. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 5-1/4” 2-blade limited edition narrow clasp folder handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 3-3/4” 2-blade jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-5/8” 3-blade limited edition “Canoe” handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1322

1323 - LOT OF 2: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 5-1/4” 2-blade commemorative narrow clasp folding hunter handled in genuine stag. Cargill (only mark on tang) 3-3/4” 1-blade serpentine jack knife handled in genuine stag. Knife bears a flat shield stamped “AEGA”. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1323

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1324 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 4-1/2” 1-blade limited edition large “Eureka” folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in saw cut bone. Garlits 3-7/8” 1-blade limited edition barlow handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 2-3/4” 2-blade “Peanut” handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1324

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1325 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 5-1/4” 2-blade narrow clasp folder handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1990, 5-1/4” 1-blade limited edition folder handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 5-1/4” 2-blade narrow clasp folder handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1325

1326 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 5-1/4” 2-blade limited edition narrow clasp folder handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 4-1/8” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in saw cut bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1326

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LOT - 1327 1327 - LOT OF 7: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek 3-1/8” drop point fixed blade with an overall of 6-5/8”. Scales are genuine stag made to be removable. No sheath. Face of blade marked “PROTO”. Happy Jack U.S.A. Garlits 4” 1-blade limited edition “Wharncliffe” jack knife handled in French pearl. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-34” 3-blade whittler handled in smooth white bone. Front scale marked “Chicago Knife Show”. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. 3-3/4” 3-blade limited edition whittler handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-3/4” limited edition whittler handled in Christmas tree celluloid. Handles show signs of emitting gas. Unsigned 3-3/8” 2-blade all metal tactical folder. (Excellent - Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1328 1328 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1982, 4-1/8” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-1/2” 1-blade commemorative handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 3-3/8” 2-blade limited edition fancy jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN, U.S.A. circa 1991, 4-1/8” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

1329 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 4-1/2” 1-blade commemorative heavy trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1992, 3-5/8” 3-blade 3-back spring commemorative whittler handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1330 1330 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-5/8” 2-blade jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-7/8” 3-blade commemorative Sowbelly handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3-blade serpentine sleeveboard whittler handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-3/4” 5-blade “Sowbelly” handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1331 1331 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 5-1/4” 2-blade commemorative narrow clasp knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1990, 3-3/4” 2-blade jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative whittler handled in Christmas tree celluloid. Handles show signs of emitting gas. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

1332 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 5” 1-blade stag handled commemorative “Texas Toothpick”. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-3/4” 3-blade stag handled “Sowbelly”. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade stag handled barlow. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-5/8” 2-blade swell center jack knife handled in stag commemorative. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

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1333 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1992, 4-1/2” 2-blade limited edition heavy trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative “Sowbelly” handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 4-7/8” 1-blade limited edition “Big Dady” barlow handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1333

1334 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 5-1/4” 1-blade limited edition narrow clasp knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3 blade limited edition whittler handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-7/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-7/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1334

1335 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 5-1/2” 1-blade limited edition Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1987, 4” 2-blade limited edition double acting jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 3-3/8” 3-blade fancy stockman handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1989, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative jack knife handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1335

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1336 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 4-1/4” 5-blade M.O.P. commemorative canoe. Knife features a flat shield with the works “Cripple Creek U.S.A. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1986, 3-3/4” 2-blade jigged bone handled trapper. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-1/4” 2-blade “Eureka” jack knife handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1336

1337 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 4-1/2” 2-blade heavy trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-5/8” 2-blade limited edition stage handled jack knife. Cripple Creek Warriors (Blackjack Knife Co.), circa 1989, 3-3/8” 2 blade all metal tactical folder. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1989, 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition jack knife handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1337

1338 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 4-1/2” 2-blade large trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1982, 4-1/8” 2-blade standard trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in black pearl. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1338

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1339 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 2-blade black pearl commemorative barlow. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-1/2” 1-blade stag handled barlow. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade red jigged bone commemorative trapper. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1339

1340 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-1/2” 1-blade Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative jack knife handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-7/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-7/8” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in red celluloid. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1340

1341 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1992, 5-1/2” wide clasp 1- blade commemorative folding hunter handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-3/16” 3-blade reverse “copperhead” whittler handled in genuine stag. Unusual whittler with its blade face stamped “PROTO”. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative serpentine sleeve board whittler handled in jigged green bone. Made by Blackjack Knife Co. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1341

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1342 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 5-12” 1-blade Swell center folding hunter handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-1/4” 3-blade stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Warriors (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 3-3/8” 2-blade all metal tactical folder. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-3/4” 3-blade commemorative whittler handled in Christmas tree celluloid. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1342

1343 - LOT OF 7: POCKET KNIVES. Fight ‘N Rooster Solingen (Frank Buster) 4” 2-blade fancy “Muskrat” knife handled in genuine stag. Fight ‘N Rooster Solingen (Frank Buster) 3-3/4” 3-blade limited edition fancy stockman handled in smooth bone. Browning Germany 3-7/8” 3-blade stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek 3” drop point fixed blade, overall of 6-1/2”. Scales are genuine stag. No sheath. Limited edition 1 of 150. iXL-Schrade Wostenholm Sheffield, England 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition stag handled “canoe”. Knife features a hallmarked back bolster. Knife complete with factory hard box and papers. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-3/4” 2-blade commemorative trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-1/2” 2-blade limited edition barlow handled in jigged bone. Leather item marked Cripple Creek Cutlery 1983. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1343

1344 - LOT OF 2: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 5-5/8” 1-blade Swell Center commemorative jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cargill (only mark on the tang) 3-5/8” 2-blade commemorative “half canoe” handled in genuine stag. Unusual knife features a flat oak leaf shield and tow identical spear point blades. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1344

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1345 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987, 3-5/8” 1-blade jigged bone commemorative oval jack knife. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1988, 1-blade stag handled commemorative “saddle horn”. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1345

1346 - LOT OF 6: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 4-1/8” 2-blade trapper handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991, 3-7/8” 3-blade stockman handled in genuine stag. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1990, 3-1/4” 2-blade limited edition trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) 3-3/8” 2-blade limited edition trapper handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1987 3-3/4” 3-blade limited edition whittler handled in Christmas tree celluloid. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1346

1347 - LOT OF 4: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek (Cargill) circa 1984, 3-1/2” 1-blade stag handled commemorative barlow. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. 4-1/4” 1-blade stag handled Texas Toothpick. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984, 5” 1-blade stag handled Texas Toothpick commemorative. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1986, 3-3/8” 1-blade M.O.P. “Eureka” jack knife commemorative, features a worked back. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1347

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1348 - LOT OF 6: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3” drop point fixed blade, overall of 6-3/4”, no sheath. Scales are genuine stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1983, 3-5/8” 2-blade “Gunstock” jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN U.S.A. circa 1990, 3-3/4” 2-blade limited edition jack knife handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-1/2” 1-blade commemorative barlow handled in jigged bone. Cripple Creek Warriors (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1989, 3-3/8” 2-blade all metal tactical folder. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985, 3-5/8” 1-blade limited edition barlow handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1348

1349 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1992 4-1/2” 2-blade stag handled large trapper commemorative. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984 3-1/2” 2-blade barlow handled in jigged bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1349

1350 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-3/4” 2-blade M.O.P. commemorative trapper circa 1986. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985 3-5/8” 2-blade black pearl commemorative jack knife. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1985 3-5/8” 2-blade black pearl commemorative jack knife. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1350

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1351 - LOT OF 5: POCKET KNIVES. Cripple Creek 1990 “Warriors” 3-3/8” 2-blade all metal tactical folder. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-5/8” 1-blade jigged bone commemorative jack knife. Cripple Creek U.S.A. circa 1983 (Cargill) 3-3/8” 2-blade stag handled commemorative jack knife. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984 3-3/4” 3-blade “Sowbelly” handled in genuine stag. Blade etched: AECA. Cripple Creek U.S.A. (Cargill) circa 1984 3-1/2” 2-blade commemorative barlow handled in saw cut bone. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1351

1352 - LOT OF 3: POCKET KNIVES. Cargill (only mark on the tang) #7944 3-3/4” 1-blade flat shield marked! AECA serpentine jack knife handled in stag. Cripple Creek U.S.A. 3-3/8” 1-blade commemorative barlow handled in saw cut green bone. Cripple Creek Old Fort, TN (Blackjack Knife Co.) circa 1991 5-1/4” 2-blade narrow clasp commemorative folder handled in genuine stag. (Near Mint). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1352

1353 - SHEFFIELD BOWIE AND CIVIL WAR ARTIFACTS. 16” L. The Bowie blade is stamped, “SPEAR & Jackson Sheffield”. Damascus pattern, drop point, numerous areas of pitting. Blade measures 9”, overall is 16”. Has brass handguard and horn handle. Bowie knife comes with a 3” cannon ball, and four smaller dug up projectiles in frame, two grapeshot and two canister shot. Dug up near Ri