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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.


Quality

COLLECTIONS Fresh to the Market. MORPHY AUCTIONS in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Las Vegas, Nevada is the fastest growing auction house in the country. Founded by Dan Morphy in 1997, Morphy Auctions continues to set auction world records across all collecting categories. In December 2017, Morphy Auctions made the move to merge with the renowned auction company, James D. Julia, Inc. This merger positioned Morphy Auctions to become one of the largest antique auction houses in North America. With the combined following of buyers, Morphy Auctions attracts buyers worldwide.

We employ the most talented and knowledgeable experts in the industry. We pride ourselves on having the best expert for each collecting category we specialize in. Our team of experts are available to assess your collection and oversee your consignment throughout the consignment process.

OUR PURPOSE IS TO DELIGHT COLLECTORS WORLDWIDE BY PROVIDING THE BEST OVERALL BUYING AND SELLING EXPERIENCE. WE ACCOMPLISH THIS BY: • Fresh to the market collections • Chosen and described by the best experts • Managed by the best team with Integrity


CONSIGNMENT Once the valuation process is over and you would like to consign your item(s) to Morphy Auctions, a Morphy Auctions Representative will contact you. At this point, your Morphy Representative will coordinate all of the details of your consignments and logistics (consignment rate, special clauses, auction date, etc.) The Morphy Representative will finalize the contract with you and arrange for shipment or pick-up of your items.

INVENTORY, INSURANCE & STORAGE From the time your items are in our possession, they will be fully insured for the amount of the low pre-sale estimate until they transfer to the buyer who purchased the item at auction. After we receive your consigned items, our consignment team will tag and inventory each item. Our state-of-the-art process ensures that each of your items is properly documented and stored prior to the items being displayed. Our system also allows us to make sure the correct expert inspects, describes and estimates your items. Prior to your items being displayed, Morphy Auctions will store them in our museum-grade storage facilities. Morphy Auctions has advanced security systems in place to keep your items safe and secure.

DESCRIPTIONS, ESTIMATES & PHOTOGRAPHY We employ the foremost experts in the industry to provide unbiased descriptions and estimates for your auction consignments. For highly specialized, niche categories, we have a bank of experts that we bring in to ensure accurate and trustworthy descriptions. We consider all of our experts to have the greatest knowledge and best reputations within their given field.

Our full time on-site photographers will take multiple photographs of each of your items, accurately representing your pieces. Approximately 7 weeks prior to the auction date, a member of our consignment team will provide a report of your consigned items that includes the expert’s description, estimates, and photos. It is at this time, that you can review all of the descriptions and estimates and discuss any changes you would like with a member of our consignment team.

DISPLAY In addition to your items being available to view online, they will also be displayed in our gallery for several weeks prior to the auction date. Our display coordinator carefully displays each of your items so it is represented properly and is accessible for previewing. Morphy displays all of your auction pieces in museum-quality glass display cases or locked gallery preview rooms, protected by full-time camera surveillance and only handled by Morphy Representatives.

SELLING AT AUCTION On the designated auction date, we will hold a live auction of all items in that sale. For buyers who cannot attend our live auction, we offer multiple other ways to bid including telephone bidding, absentee bids, and online/internet bidding.

CONSIGNOR PAYOUT Morphy Auctions prides itself in prompt payout to our consignors. Payments are made within 45 days of each auction.


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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 MORPHY’S. 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), MORPHY’S and the seller (consignor) of the lot.

TERMS OF SALE

When bidding on any lot offered by MORPHY’S, 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. The Terms in writing contained herein are subject to change without notice and bidder agrees that the most recently published Terms of Sale as published or amended on the website at the beginning of the auction shall apply.

LIMITED GUARANTEE

MORPHY’S makes every effort to accurately describe all items offered in its sales. The descriptions carry a limited guarantee. It is a guarantee to protect you against major discrepancies that would have a major effect upon the value of the item. Under no circumstances do we guarantee against anything less than a major discrepancy that would have less than a major effect upon value. This limited guarantee covers authenticity, major restoration or repair not described, counterfeits, reproductions or major fabrications not disclosed in the description. Examples of what we do not guarantee against, imperfections, slight damages, handling marks, natural imperfections, undisclosed blemishes, finish differences, wood-to-metal fit issues, surface cracks or chips in wood, dings and dents, bore condition, and other similar differences that are inherent in the antiques and collectible industry. All items are sold for display purposes. 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. It is the bidder’s responsibility (present or absentee bidders) to determine by inspection by themselves or a hired professional the exact condition of each item prior to bidding on the item. Should MORPHY’S 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. This limited guarantee is only available to the buyer of record. Please also refer to POST SALE RETURN POLICY at end of terms. Except as stated in the limited guarantee above, MORPHY’S 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.. It is the bidder’s responsibility to initiate contact with MORPHY’S in request for additional information regarding the items. Submit all questions regarding upcoming auction items at least 48 hours prior to the date of auction. We will make every effort to answer all submitted questions in a timely manner. We will do our best, but cannot promise that questions submitted within 48 hours of the auction date will be answered prior to the auction. The consigner and we make no representation or warranty as to whether the buyer acquires any reproduction rights in the property. All items will be available for preview approximately one (1) month prior to the auction.

TIMING

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. Please also refer to POST SALE RETURN POLICY at end of terms. 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. • Firearms Catalog Designations o A: antique o M: modern (post 1898), Federal Firearms License (FFL) requirements apply o C: curio & relic eligible o N: National Firearms Act / Title II Gun Control Act of 1968 (Class III SOT) requirements apply o D: Destructive Devices o ^:Modern firearm imported from Canada, will have an unassuming marking that contains at least “BV LYNDEN WA” and any of the following not already marked on the firearm: serial number, caliber, country of manufacture, manufacturer name and model. Marking letters are 1/16” tall and just over 0.003” deep. Buyers must consider this in their bidding. Marking will not appear on antique firearms imported from Canada. • Checkout and pickup at our location: o 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. o 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. o 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. o NV auctions only – If you have a Conceal & Carry permit issued within the last 5 years prior to purchase, you do not need to complete the background check. o 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. Dealers and Individuals that bid on and win items own the items and are fully responsible for payment within terms regardless of whether the FBI / PICS approves their taking physical possession of the items. MORPHY’S will not cancel the sale due to disapproval for any reason. o If you are appealing a “Denied” decision, we will hold the firearm only if you pay in full. o 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 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATF) C&R requirements. (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions • Shipping o PA auctions only - Non-Residents of Pennsylvania may not pickup modern handguns. Any firearms shipped are legally required to be shipped to a BATF licensed FFL dealer within your state of residence for transfer and pickup. You will be responsible for all shipping and transfer costs incurred. o NV auctions only - Non-Residents of Nevada may not pickup modern handguns. o Modern handguns are required to be shipped via FedEx 2-Day Air. o Modern long guns are shipped via FedEx ground to the FFL dealer. o In preparation ahead of an auction or 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. o MORPHY’S will not be responsible for exporting modern firearms or any ammunition. Buyer may contact Borderview International Firearm Logistics or another third party provider. Borderview may be contacted prior to bidding for pricing, process and timeline information. • National Firearms Act (NFA) Class 3 Weapons and Destructive Devices (DD) Processing o Dealers: Buyer must provide MORPHY’S with a copy of their active FFL and either their SOT or DD license, whatever applies. Estimated time for processing and approval of the required Form 3 normally takes two months, dealer to dealer via E-File is usually less than a week. o Individuals: Law requires a completed Form 4, or Form 5 for deactivated guns. MORPHY’S will prepare and sign the front of the applicable transfer form, and send to the individual buyer. Individual is responsible for completing requirements for fingerprints, photo, and a fee of $200 per item, as well as completing applicable portions of the reverse side of the form. Estimated time for processing and approval of Form 4 is 6-8 months. o Dealers and Individuals that bid on and win NFA or DD items own the items and are fully responsible for payment within terms regardless of whether the BATF approves their taking physical possession of the items. MORPHY’S will not cancel the sale due to BATF disapproval for any reason. • 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, MORPHY’S does not test the safety or warrant functionality of these firearms. All firearm purchases should be examined by a certified gunsmith prior to shooting. • MORPHY’S reserves the right to deny the sale of a firearm to any buyer. GOODS MADE FROM OR CONTAINING MATERIALS FROM PROTECTED SPECIES - MORPHY’S 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 buyers 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 buyers 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 buyer’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 buyers 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 buyer’s responsibility to obtain any export or import licenses and/or certificates as well as any other required documentation. MORPHY’S is not able to assist the buyer 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. MORPHY’S 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. MORPHY’S 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 - MORPHY’S 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 (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions 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’S 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, Bidsquare, Proxibid, or other bidding platforms may be available; all Terms and Conditions still apply. A surcharge may be added for third party online platforms. Refer to your bidding platform of choice for the final buyer’s premium. 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 provided to one of the online bidding platforms, MORPHY’S 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. Online bidders are fully responsible for accidental bidding as if they bid normally. • BID RESULTS – MORPHY’S will only contact successful bidders. Please allow 24-48 hours post auction to receive your official invoice from MORPHY’S. 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, MORPHY’S cannot provide winning bid information until the second business day after the auction. MORPHY’S 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. MORPHY’S 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 877-968-8880 to request a call from our representatives during the live auction.

RESERVES

BID INCREMENTS

Invoices will be auto charged to the credit card on file within 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.

Bid increments listed are a general guideline. Actual increments are at the auctioneer’s discretion. If a lot does not receive a bid of 50% 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

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 20% buyer’s premium will be added to all successful bids and is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase cost. A 3% merchant fee is also automatically applied to all invoices but can be discounted upon payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer that is received within 7 days from the receipt of the invoice. If the type of payment is split, invoice will reflect the 3% charge for merchant fees on the entire invoice. In addition, a surcharge will be added for certain third party online bidding platforms the bidder utilizes. Refer to your bidding platform of choice for the final buyer’s premium.

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 MORPHY’S. Bidder agrees to pay MORPHY’S 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, 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 MORPHY’S five days prior to Auction, or tax must be paid; only if such form or certificate is received by MORPHY’S 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, INTEREST & STORAGE FEES

Any invoice totaling more than $100,000 must be paid within three (3) days. All other merchandise must be paid in full within seven (7) days of the date of the invoice. Payments can be made by going to your account online at www.morphyauctions.com, call 877-968-8880 or mail payment to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC 2000 N Reading Rd, Denver, PA 17517. Interest will be charged on all balances not paid at the rate of 1-1/2% monthly (18% APR) effective 30 days from the invoice date. All goods not retrieved by Buyer within 30 days after the invoice date, shall be subject to a storage fee of $50 per regular sized item per month or $100 per oversized item per month. Buyer authorizes MORPHY’s to sell, at their standard commission and consignment contract terms, any goods not retrieved after a 90 day period in any manner deemed appropriate by MORPHY’s and the proceeds will be applied to any outstanding balance due from the buyer.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks, certified checks, wire transfers, money orders, and cash. • CREDIT CARD – If a credit card is used as any form of total payment, invoice will reflect a 3% surcharge on the entire invoice. This charge is automatically added, but will be discounted if payment is received by cash, check, money order or wire transfer. • CHECK - There will be a $30.00 service charge for returned checks. Make checks payable to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC. MORPHY’S reserves the right to hold items paid for by personal or company check until said check clears (14 days). MORPHY’S has the right to (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions hold all checks over $2,000. Customers who have an established successful buying history with MORPHY’S may be exempt from this requirement. We will accept a personal or company check >$2,000 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 charge added to all wire transfers less than $2,000. 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, MORPHY’S will proceed with the legal steps necessary to protect its interests and will block the bidder from future auction participation.

PACKING/SHIPPING

• It is the bidder’s responsibility to take shipping, handling, and 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 buyer 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 MORPHY’S shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the buyer. MORPHY’S 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 all items that MORPHY’S accepts for shipment to locations that can accept shipments will be made available as an added courtesy and at an additional cost. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. All applicable charges will be applied to the invoice. Shipping will be based on actual costs via FedEx, USPS, or other carriers required based upon the contents of the shipment. Packaging and insurance will vary in cost depending on the items on each invoice. All packages will be shipped with insurance. Standard items packed internally by MORPHY’s will ship approximately seven to fourteen (7-14) business days after payment is received. Oversize and breakable items, which MORPHY’S will indicate on the invoice will ship based upon the buyer’s arrangement with a 3rd party shipper. MORPHY’s cannot combine standard item shipments with oversize and breakable item shipments. If any employee or agent of MORPHY’S shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the buyer. MORPHY’S shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. • SHIPPING TERMS - MORPHY’S will ship items to the buyer at the listed address via FedEx or other carriers, FOB Denver, Pennsylvania or FOB other auction locations. Any risk of loss or damage to the item(s) during transit via FedEx, or any other carrier, in excess of the insurance provided by or purchased from MORPHY’S, is at the risk of the buyer. Any additional insurance coverage should be purchased by the buyer through the carrier. Buyer releases MORPHY’s from any and all claims for loss or damage to any item during transit and agrees to pay all costs of defense, including attorney’s fees, for any claims brought against MORPHY’S for loss or damage occurring during transit. • INSURANCE - Shipping insurance is automatically added, which you can decline by contacting us and providing a signed waiver of insurance form. Insurance for all 3rd party shipments must be arranged through that carrier. Insurance provided or purchased

through MORPHY’s applies only to shipments to the United States and Canada. Buyers must purchase their own insurance for shipments to other countries. • INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS – MORPHY’S welcomes our international customers. MOPRHY’S can provide upon request a complete process and set of recommended company contacts with whom the Buyer can work to understand the steps, timing, and cost to acquire items at auction. It shall be the potential buyer’s sole responsibility to research and satisfy the requirements of any laws and regulations that apply to the import and export of property and for paying all shipping costs, customs and duties on the items. By law, MORPHY’S 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. • 3RD PARTY SHIPPING of OVERSIZE ITEMS – Buyers will need to either pick up the items personally or arrange a 3rd party shipping service for oversize items. As a general guideline, the following will indicate which packages apply, as they are of 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. • 3RD PARTY SHIPPING OF BREAKABLE ITEMS - MORPHY’S reserves the right to choose items and orders that it will pack, ship, and/or insure directly using our shipping department. Those items that MORPHY’S will not ship will require that the buyer either pick up the items personally or arrange a 3rd party shipping service. Examples of items that may apply after determination by our shipping department include but are not limited to: items with neon of any type (working or non-working), all glass display cases of any size; coin-operated, arcade and vending items with fragile parts and/or glass; signs with parts or protrusions beyond the main body of the sign, oversized vases (guideline – larger than fit in a 20” x 20” x 40” box), high value lamps and glass of all sizes, high value artwork including but not limited to paintings, statuary, sculpture, figurines, dioramas, and other intricate items; and items subject to impact by moisture and known handling issues in the supply chain. Under no circumstances will MORPHY’S be responsible for shipping damage to picture frames of any kind. • For any buyers who wish to arrange for their own shipping, MORPHY’S must be notified at least seven (7) days prior to arrival of the shipping company name, arrival date and time. Pickup must be scheduled to begin and end within our normal business hours (9am – 4pm weekdays). Buyers must arrange weekend pickups in advance with MORPHY’S staff, and additional charges may be necessary for overtime. All 3rd party shippers must arrive with a copy of the invoice.

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Terms & Conditions AGREEMENT REGARDING GOVERNING LAW, VENUE, AND LEGAL RIGHTS

I hereby understand and agree that any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to MORPHY’S Bidder Terms & Conditions, which includes this provision (hereafter referred to as “Terms & Conditions”), MORPHY’S, or the breach thereof (hereafter referred to as “Claims”), shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Pennsylvania, without regard to its conflict of law provisions. I hereby irrevocably submit to the personal jurisdiction of the appropriate court in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in any action or proceeding arising out of or relating to the Claims and their enforcement, and I agree that any and all Claims must be adjudicated, heard, determined, and resolved in said court, and I hereby irrevocably waive any objection on the ground that any such action or proceeding in said court has been brought in an inconvenient forum. MORPHY’S failure to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms & Conditions or any other legal rights, shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. Any waiver of any provision of these Terms & Conditions by MORPHY’S must be made in writing and signed by an authorized representative of MORPHY’S specifically referencing the provision(s) contained within the Terms & Conditions to be waived. Headings used in the Terms & Conditions are for convenience only and are not to be relied upon. If any provision of the Terms & Conditions is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the parties nevertheless agree that the court should endeavor to give effect to the parties’ intentions as reflected in the provision, and the other provisions of the Terms & Conditions shall remain in full force and effect. These Terms & Conditions will inure to the benefit of, and are intended to be, enforceable by MORPHY’S, its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, assigns, members, directors, officers, and licensees. There are no third party beneficiaries to these Terms & Conditions; a person or entity who is not a party or signatory to these Terms & Conditions has no rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to rely upon or enforce any term or provision of these Terms & Conditions.

POST SALE RETURN POLICY

MORPHY’S engages 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 calendar days who wishes to report a problem must notify MORPHY’S within three calendar (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. No lots purchased by floor bidders (including those bidders acting as agents for others) may be returned. Please refer to MORPHY’S limited guarantee herein. A Return Authorization Number (RA#) must be issued by MORPHY’S 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 MORPHY’S within one week of the aforementioned authorization. PRIVACY TO REVIEW OUR PRIVACY POLICY, PLEASE VISIT WWW.MORPHYAUCTIONS.COM/PRIVACY-POLICY All rights reserved. Entire contents copyright 2020, 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.

Please see www.MorphyAuctions.com to review a complete and most current list of terms and conditions. All rights reserved. Entire contents copyright 2018, 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


AUCTION Details APPROXIMATE AUCTION TIMES

Auctioneer sells approximately 80-100 lots per hour.

MONDAY LOTS 1,000 - 1,080 10:00 AM 1,081 - 1,160 11:00 AM 1,161 - 1,240 12:00 PM 1,241 - 1,320 1:00 PM 1,321 - 1,400 2:00 PM 1,401 - 1,480 3:00 PM 1,481 - 1,558 4:00 PM

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1001 - (A) GOOD SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS PISTOL BY MEYER & MORTIMER. Manufacturer: Meyer & Mortimer Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .41 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique

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Circa 1855. The blued bolted front action lock is well engraved with scrolls and toothed border. The hammer with dolphin engraving, engraved en suite. Steel barrel engraved throughout most of its length with scrolls and muzzle rings. Nickel silver fullstock is extensively engraved and decorated with scrolls in the Scottish manner. Ball trigger. German silver capped pricker in the form of a thistle. Nitre blued belt hook. CONDITION: Lock and hammer retain considerable original blue finish. Steel barrel polished but crisp. Belt hook with vibrant later blue finish. Action is crisp. Bore is fine. Ramrod possibly replaced but fits well. A good Scottish dress pistol by one of the well-known makers of same. MZ 2,500 - 3,000 1002 - (A) A SCARCE US NORTH BERLIN MODEL 1811 TRANSITIONAL MODEL WITH 1812 MODIFICATION AND IRON DOUBLE STRAP BARREL BAND. Manufacturer: S. North Model: Berlin 1811 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique With only 550 manufactured, the model 1811 transition is a US martial pistol collector’s prize. The round barrel is stamped at breech with P over US and S.N.Y (State of New York). CONDITION: Barrel is smooth, aged patina with minor pitting. Double strap barrel band with minor pitting. Lock marked at tail S. North Berlin, Conn and eagle over U States. Pistol does not appear to reconverted, but hammer is an old replacement. Brass regulation furniture in good condition, with fine old unpolished patina. Walnut stock with split through butt has been repaired. Left side of stock stamped HHP for military inspector. Flayderman says barrel should be 8 - 5/8”, barrel of present 1811 is 8 - 1/4” so barrel may have been slightly reduced; however, patination at end of muzzle matches the rest of the barrel. Ramrod is a replacement. One of the rarest US martial pistols. Bore is fair. Mainspring is strong, but pistol will not stay on full cock. A rare find for the US martial collector. MZ 1,500 - 2,500 1003 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) Scottish (C) London Hill Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Double Barrel Muff (C) Muff Caliber/Bore: (A) 1” At Muzzle (B) .38 Rifled (C) .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 2” (C) 1 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Unmarked Brass construction blunderbuss pattern belt pistol with walnut grips and flintlock ignition. Internal measurement of barrel measures 1 inch tapering down to approximately .45 caliber. Modest period engraving on frame. Action operates properly and has a very attractive appearance. (B) All steel construction Belgian produced copy of a Scottish double barreled flintlock pocket pistol. Engraved in an Irish motif with scrolls and harps. Dual flint ignition with turn barrel design. Very small and extremely well made. CONDITION: Extremely fine with excellent engraving. Slight staining to bare metal. Action operates correctly. (C) Small brass muff pistol with .32 caliber bore and 1 - 1/4” turn barrel. Flintlock design with walnut grips and marked HILL on left side with modest engraving. CONDITION, Good as has been polished at an earlier period. Action operates properly. TDW 2,000 - 3,000

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1004 - (A) PERCUSSION KENTUCKY PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique American made single trigger percussion pistol with octagon rifled barrel. Notched rear sight with single blade front. Iron handmade trigger guard and percussion lock. Brass ramrod pipes with hardwood ramrod. Curly maple stock. Interesting little pistol. CONDITION: Metal parts have aged patina. Wood has traces of original finish with several cracks and gun is broken through lock area. Lock does not function and is in need of repair. DLM 700 - 1,500 1005 - (A) EAST INDIA COMPANY BRITISH FLINTLOCK SEA SERVICE PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Antique Standard Sea Service pistol of the Pattern 1796. The round barrel is marked with British proof marks as well as a crown over ‘9’ and a crown over ‘10’. The center of the lockplate is stamped with a rampant lion holding a crown, and there is a crown over ‘2’ stamped below the pan. The lock tail is stamped 1816. Standard brass Sea Service furniture with a large, iron belthook mounted on the left side. Tang stamped with a crown over ‘7’. Walnut stock with beavertail carved in relief around barrel tang. Complete with its original brass tipped wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Steel components have been chemically cleaned and retain a freckled grey surface. Markings are mostly very good. Brass retains a mellowing mustard patina. Stock shows some scattered marks. DMG 1,300 - 2,500 1006 - (A) PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ottoman Model: (BOTH) Flintlock Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .65 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 14” Both with tapered barrels featuring chased designs towards breeches. Flat banana lockplates with chased foliate designs. Silver repousse furniture, as well as panels of inlaid and engraved silver. Fine figured stocks. CONDITION: Barrels show heavy wear and dark patina. Locks also have dark patina and show wear. Some furniture replaced or broken. Some minor losses to silver work. Stocks show some minor losses and cracking, as well as scattered marks from use. An attractive pair of Middle Eastern pistols. DG 1,000 - 1,500 1007 - (A) ENGLISH TAP ACTION FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: J. Bass Model: Triple Barrel Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled Barrel Length: 2 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique Three round barrels attached to a boxlock tap action with the lever located on the left side allowing one barrel to be fired, then a second barrel, and finally the third barrel with three different turns. There is a sliding half cock safety with a retaining pin to keep the frizzen shut. Left side of the scalloped boxlock action is inscribed “BASS” and the right side “LONDON”, both surrounded by arms motifs. One piece walnut grip. CONDITION: Iron surfaces retain a spotted grey patina. Actions function well. Markings are very good. Grip shows some losses to finish and scattered marks. DMG 800 - 1,500

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1008 - (A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1770 FLINTLOCK CAVALRY PISTOL. Manufacturer: Austrian Model: Flintlock Cavalry Pistol Caliber/Bore: .72 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 7 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique These early Austrian cavalry pistols were often carried by Americans throughout the late colonial period. This example with rudimentary steel furniture, heavy barrel with flattened rib for sighting, oversized lock with bridled frizzen and swan neck cock. Barrel proof towards breech with “Brown” over “T” and “S”. Steel sideplate with two side nails. Figured walnut full stock with steel band at muzzle and no provision for ramrod. Barrel has been shortened by an inch. Spurred steel buttcap. CONDITION: Well worn throughout. Stock with one significant split at the tail of the lock. Butt with fine worn patina throughout. Action defective, bore is fair. An attractive early military flintlock pistol that possibly saw use in America. MZ 750 - 1,500 1009 - (A) W & G CHANCE BRITISH BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: W&G Chance Model: Flint Pistol Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Brass barrel marked on top “LONDON” with two British proofs on left side near the breach. Brass mounted. Lock is marked “W&G/ CHANCE”. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned and polished at some point. Wood has been lightly refinished with a period repair through the grip. Top jaw is a possible period replacement. Good mechanical function. GR 400 - 800 1010 - (A) ASSEMBLED FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unnamed Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .60 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 13” FFL Status: Antique This is an interesting gun in that it has a probably English lock. Acorn finial on brass trigger guard. Barrel is possibly of Spanish origins, and features some brass inlay work and relief pattern engraving which is worn. Brass mounted. The wood forward of the contemporary brass band is replaced. Brass ramrod is a replacement. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina showing wear and pitting. Several replaced parts. The wood has dings, cracks and handling marks. Forend replaced, cracks and a piece missing from the left side. Hammer is stuck and will not cock. GR 250 - 400 1011 - (A) COLT 1855 SIDEHAMMER “ROOT” PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1855 Serial No. 12988 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique 6th model “Root”. Blue with one piece varnished walnut grips. Roll die stagecoach holdup scene on five shot cylinder. CONDITION: Very good overall. Smooth metal with 15-20% original blending with brown patina. Action works well. -MKS- 1,200 - 1,600

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1012 - (A) LOT OF TWO COLT CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: 1860 ARMY & 1861 NAVY. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1860 Army (B) 1861 Navy Serial No. (A) 52148 (B) 7729 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Percussion (B) .36 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1860 Army made in 1862. Standard 3 screw configuration. All matching numbers. Loading lever, catch, wedge and wedge retaining screw are modern restorations. Single line New York address. Cartouches on grips and inspectors marks on metal. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall. Markings are clear. Grips are good with dings and handling marks, showing wear. Actions functions well, although the mainspring is very weak. (B) 1861 Navy, made in 1862. Standard configuration. Sub-inspectors marks on metal parts. Falls in the martial range. Cartouche is no longer present on the left grip which appears to have had initials or a name carved into it at one time. Single line New York address. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with rust and pitting. Markings are clear. Cylinder scene is worn. The cylinder does not advance when the hammer is cocked, needs work on the hand. Grips are worn with loss on the left side. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1013 - (A) MASSACHUSETTS ARMS REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Massachusetts Arms Model: Wesson and Leavitt Serial No. 230 Caliber/Bore: .40 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Made from 1850-1851 by Massachusetts Arms Company, Chicopee Falls under Wesson’s and Leavitt’s patent. This gun is the Dragoon Model with 6 shot cylinder, case hardened frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grips. Only around 800 made. CONDITION: Gun has faded to a silvery patina with traces of original finish in protected areas. Mechanically solid. Rare gun. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 1014 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1860 Army Serial No. (A) 114519 (B) 14702 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A) Colt 1860 Army percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1863. Matching serial numbers. Original finish and wood grips. Naval engagement scene on cylinder is deeply faded and worn. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a good patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Some pitting on areas of the barrel. Grips contain numerous dings, gouges and scratches, especially on the bottoms. Bore is frosted, with visible rifling present. Nipples show heavy signs of use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt 1860 Army percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1861. Gun appears to have been modified at some point, as there is a fourth screw in the frame. Matching serial numbers. Original finish and wood grips. Naval engagement scene on cylinder is deeply faded and worn. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a good patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Heavily cleaned in some areas. Grips are good with minor dings, scratches and dents. Bore has a small amount of rifling present. Nipples show signs of general use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. JA 1,800 - 2,500

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1015 - (A) STAR MODEL 1863 SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER Manufacturer: Starr Model: 1863 Army Serial No. 37944 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique

Cal, 44, Percussion revolver produced from 1863-1865 with a total quantity of 32000. US Martially inspected. Blue finish with 8 inch barrel and smooth walnut grips. A very robust revolver and most example are very hard used when encountered. CONDITION, Very fine with 50% blue finish remaining on barrel while frame retains 25% blue finish with balance turning patina with age and consistent wear. the one piece walnut grips are very fine with strong Martial inspections found on both sides. Action operates properly and smoothly. Bore is very good with sharp rifling. A fine attractive example of one of the lesser common US Civil War issued sidearms. TDW 2,500 - 3,500

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1016 - (A) SCARCE CASED IRISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX BY COLGAM, LIMERICK. Manufacturer: Colgan Model: Pepperbox Caliber/Bore: .42 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Six-shot barrel cluster with English proofs. Frame, recoil shield and bar hammer are finely engraved with scrolls and borders. Engraved push-on safety. Trigger guard finely engraved en suite. Finely checkered walnut figured walnut butt with piecrust carving. Surmounting buttcap which is finely engraved with engraved cap trap. CONDITION: Good, mostly smooth metal. Frame very good with no major erosion and crisp, deep cut engraving. Figured walnut butt rates excellent with few, if any minor marks. Red velvet lined mahogany case with split ring in lid. Sykes flask with some original finish. Patch cutter, turn screw, nipple wrench, and bullet mold. Case also with label in lid, three half moons surmounted by a bird and the motto “pacifici Henry Fitzsimmons”. Irish weapons from this period are scarce and this is a particularly good pepperbox. MZ 4,000 - 5,000

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1017 - (A) COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: First Model Dragoon Serial No. 7002 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 7002 manufactured in 1849. Matching serial numbers on all major components except loading lever and wedge, both are marked “7706”. 7 - 1/2” barrel marked in one line “ADDRESS SAM’L COLT NEW-YORK CITY”, letter “N” stamped on top barrel lug flat at breech. Letter “N” stamped on front edge of cylinder. Letter “K” stamped on front edge of trigger guard. Left side of frame marked “COLTS PATENT” with “U.S.” stamped under patent, letter “B” stamped to left of patent. Roll die Texas Rangers and Indian fight scene on cylinder. Oval locking slots on cylinder. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Replacement one piece ivory grips. Brass squareback trigger guard and brass backstrap. Housed in an walnut partition fitted case with navy blue interior. Complete with powder flask, bullet mold, and percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Revolver is very good overall with approximately 15% original dull blue on bottom side of barrel and barrel lug, balance turning brown patina. Stress crack on muzzle end of barrel extending from front sight forward. Balance of revolver turning brown patina. Overall clean metal with little to no pitting. Brass trigger guard and backstrap a dark mustard patina. Action is tight and crisp. Ivory grips do not fit well. 60-70% cylinder scene visible. Case lid shows moderate wear with scattered dents and scratches. Interior shows moderate wear with fading. Nice mustard patina on powder flask. Bullet mold is fair with scattered pitting. Overall a clean and attractive First Model Dragoon. -MKS12,500 - 15,000

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1018 - (A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 37421 Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 37421 manufactured in 1854, matching numbers on all major components. British proof marks on barrel lug and cylinder. 7-1/2” octagon barrel marked “ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON”. Frame and cylinder marked “COLTS PATENT”. Letters “M” and “K” marked on left side of trigger guard. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Silver plated brass trigger guard and backstrap. One piece varnished walnut grips with unmarked shield inlay on left side. Walnut case fitted in the partition style with blue interior. Correct “COLT PATENT” bullet mold, Hawksley Sheffield powder flask. Eley Bros. percussion cap tin, combination nipple wrench, small pewter oiler, and correct case key. CONDITION: Approximately 95% bright original blue on barrel. 10-15% original blue on cylinder with strong roll die scene. Good scattered case color on frame, loading lever, and hammer turning a clean dove grey patina. Most original silver plating on trigger guard and backstrap beginning to flake. Excellent grips showing minimum wear with most original varnish. Case is excellent with lid beginning to separate from lid frame, could be easily repaired. Interior is bright and clean with moderate wear. Most original finish remaining on bullet mold. Pleasing patina on powder flask. Overall a very clean and attractive early production Model 1851 London Colt Navy. -MKS- 18,000 - 24,000

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1019 - (A) COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1862 Pocket Navy Serial No. 8919 Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 8919 manufactured in 1862. 5 - 1/2” barrel with one line New York address. 5 shot rebated cylinder with stagecoach holdup scene. Varnished one piece walnut grips. Blue with case hardened frame and hammer. Complete with walnut partition style fitted case with purple interior. Includes correct Colt bullet mold, powder flask, combination tool, and Hick’s percussion cap tin. Matching serial numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, and wedge. Loading lever not numbered. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most high polish blue remaining on barrel and approximately 50-60% on cylinder. Good traces of case color on frame and hammer turning a grey/brown patina. Approximately 35-40% silver plating on trigger guard, no remaining silver on backstrap with brass turning a pleasing mustard color patina. Case is fine with a crack in the lid, interior is clean with moderate wear. Bullet mold, powder flask, and combination tool are excellent with most original finish remaining. Overall a very attractive early Model 1862 Pocket Navy with desirable 5 - 1/2” barrel. - MKS- 7,500 - 9,000

1020 - (A) CASED NICKEL COLT ROOT PERCUSSION REVOLVER IN “GAMBLER’S SET” WITH PUSH DAGGER & ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Root Serial No. 4678 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 4-1/2” FFL Status: Antique

Manufactured 1861 to 1864. This is referred to as the Model 1855 Sidehammer Pocket Model 5A. 5,600 manufactured with New York barrel address. Five shot, fluted percussion cylinder, spur trigger, full factory nickel finish with ivory grips. Barrel marked “ADDRESS COL. COLT NEW YORK USA”. 4 - 1/2” barrel with round loading lever and Navy latch. Fitted in a contemporary oak case with ivory handle push dagger with sheath, Colt eagle powder flask, Eley Bros. cap tin, seven bone dice, ivory spinner, a pack of Great Mogul playing cards, and a blue two cavity bullet mold marked “COLTS/PATENT”. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 60% original factory nickel blending with brown patina. Grips are excellent with mellow patina. Revolver indexes and locks up well. Bore is dark with light pitting. Dagger blade is pitted with no maker mark. Case shows a repair along the lid front. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500

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1021 - (A) COLT 1862 POCKET POLICE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1862 Pocket Police Serial No. 4564 Caliber/Bore: .36 Caliber Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Round barrel, fluted cylinder, single action, brass trigger guard and backstrap and a set of one piece wood grips. Backstrap is monogramed “LIEUT. R.D. MITCHELL CO. I. 10TH N.J. VOL.” CONDITION: All numbers are matching. Gun has been cleaned and shows no finish or patina. Grips show some handling marks and normal wear. Bore is pitted but does show some lands and grooves. Gun functions fine, indexes and locks up tight. RW 1,700 - 2,250 1022 - (A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE ENGLISH BY D. EGG AND ONE ALLEN. Manufacturer: (A) D. Egg (B) Allen & Thurber Model: (A) Allen Type (B) Allen Type Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Smoothbore (B) .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 5/8” (B) 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) English pepperbox with six fluted barrels, bar hammer, sparsely engraved frame signed “D. EGG LONDON” on top strap. The bag grip stamped “ILLINGWORTH” on either side. CONDITION: Minor pitting on recoil shield. Barrels mostly smooth. Grip with thumb piece, engraved “RICHARD W ILLINGWORTH” good with minor marks and what appears to be some original varnish. Bores are fair. Action works properly and barrels index as intended. (B) Allen pepperbox with Norwich style handle, etched recoil shield, six shot barrel cluster, sparsely engraved steel frame, bar hammer. Norwich style grip with German silver escutcheons. CONDITION: Overall good with minor old pitting, particularly on barrel clusters. Recoil shield etching worn but discernible. Frame with heavier pitting around bar hammer. Grips are good with no significant damage, possibly some original varnish. Poor bores. Action works properly and barrels index as intended. MZ 2,000 - 2,500 1023 - (A) IVORY GRIPPED FOUR BARREL MARIETTE PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX. Manufacturer: Mariette Model: Pepperbox Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique Signed on front strap of action “MARIETTE BREVETE”. Four barrel cluster with fine Damascus twist, Liege proofed, numbered ‘1’ through ‘4’. Frame engraved with florals. Ivory grip panels. Underhammer mechanism. CONDITION: Fine Damascus pattern clearly visible and very attractive. Steel frame with extremely minor corrosion. Ivory grips likely the original with age cracks that enhance the patina of age. Action works well. Barrels index properly. Bores are good. An attractive Mariette. MZ 1,300 - 1,800 1024 - (A) STARR 1858 ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Starr Model: Army 1858 Serial No. 9883 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Starr Arms Co. New York manufactured double action army percussion revolver. Blued finish with 6 shot cylinder. Wood walnut grips with no visible inspectors marks. CONDITION: Revolver worn to a silvery patina. Gun functions fine. Grips look to have been cleaned long ago. Nice example of a Civil War revolver. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

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1025 - (A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: (A) COOPER 1860 .38 (B) COLT 1849 POCKET .31 Manufacturer: (A) Cooper Firearms Mfg Co. (B) Colt Model: (A) 1860 (B) 1849 Pocket Serial No. (A) 4908 (B) 68811 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A) Cooper 1860 percussion revolver. Gun is missing minor parts and is in-operable as it sits. Frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish and appears to have been heavily polished. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine with the exception of the missing parts. Nipples show signs of heavy use. (B) Colt 1849 Pocket revolver. Manufactured in 1853. All the serial numbers match, including the one on the cylinder. Stage coach scene is depicted on the cylinder. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains a fair amount of its original finish with light wear and patina. Brass frame has been polished. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Hammer and cylinder show minor wobble. Nipples show signs of use. JA 900 - 1,200 1026 - (A) BELGIAN PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX OF THE MARIETTE TYPE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Mariette Type Caliber/Bore: .32 Rifled Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique Revolving eight-barrel cluster, each barrel and breech numbered and marked in one place with Liege proof mark. Scroll engraved, underhammer action with bar hammer and ring trigger. Double action mechanism. Backstrap is engraved with scrolls en suite. Two piece walnut grips with diamond shaped escutcheons on each side. CONDITION: Retains a light grey patina showing some wear. Markings very good. Action functions well. Grips very good with some staining. DMG 800 - 1,500 1027 - (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ALLEN AND WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Allen & Wheelock Model: Center Hammer Serial No. 684 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Estimated production of 700 made between 1861 and 1862. Made by Allen & Wheelock in Worcester Massachusetts. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned with areas of pitting. No visible markings. Grips are good, having been lightly refinished. Timing is slightly off on the action. GR 800 - 1,500 1028 - (A) REPRODUCTION COLT WALKER SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Walker Serial No. 3330 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique Reproduction Colt Walker percussion revolver with box. Made by Colt. Blued finish with a case hardened frame and loading assembly. Engraved scene on the cylinder. Factory wood grips. Matching numbers. Box is serialized to the gun and includes and original manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Nipples show little signs of use. Box is good with wear on the edges. JA 800 - 1,200 20

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1029 - (A) CIVIL WAR REMINGTON 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY .44 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1858 Army Serial No. 64996 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with three line address on top of barrel. Sub-inspectors marks in metal. CONDITION: Gun has been cleaned with areas of pitting and light surface rust. Markings are clear. Grips have been refinished. Good mechanical function. Front sight was over tightened and sits at an angle. GR 750 - 1,250

1030 - (A) BELGIAN CENTAUR MODEL 1960 FLUTED COLT 1860 ARMY WITH MATCHING STOCK. Manufacturer: Belgian Model: Colt 1860 Army Serial No. F210 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique These were referred to as the Cavalry Model or sometimes the Wade Hampton model. It is known by collectors of these extremely well made guns as the First model, First variation. Made in Belgium in the 1960’s, this is a copy of the Colt 1860 fluted army revolver. Centaur logo on the left side of the frame. Accompanied by the original matching shoulder stock with serial number on the top of the buttpate and on the lower tang. Stock fits tightly on the gun. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall. Grips have some wear and light scratches from having the stock mounted. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Stock has some light handling marks. GR 500 - 1,000

1031 - (A) LOT OF 2 COLT LONDON POCKET # 50 AND BACON 31 CAL, POCKET Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Bacon Arms Model: (A) 1849 Pocket (B) Pocket Serial No. (A) 50 (B) 550 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5” FFL Status: Antique (A) London made Colt Model 1849 Pocket revolver Serial number 50, with Colt London barrel address .31 Cal, 5 inch barrel , 5 shot cylinder with Stage Coach cylinder scene. Silver finished , brass back strap and trigger guard. British proofs on barrel and cylinder. CONDITION, Fair, mostly patina revolver in need of cleaning. All Matching numbers including wedge. Hammer screw is replaced, grips are fair with nicks and gouges but appear to be original. Action operates but hammer fails to stay on 1/2 cock and safety position. (B) Bacon Arms .31 cal, Pocket revolver with 5 inch round barrel, fluted cylinder and walnut grips. Serial number 550 found on bottom of barrel. Factory engraved with wide scrolls. CONDITION, Fair, traces of blue finish in very protected areas, Action operates. Hammer face is chipped and nipples nbattered. Grips are worn and battered but remain full sized. Popular civil war revolver 500 - 1,000

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1032 - (A) MANHATTAN FIREARMS POCKET MODEL REVOLVER, SERIAL NUMBER 6. Manufacturer: Manhattan Model: Pocket Model Serial No. 6 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 6 found on frame under grips, wedge, loading lever and underside of barrel. .31 caliber, five shot percussion with scroll engraving on frame, barrel and Manhattan Firearms two line address found on top barrel flat. Two piece bone grips. Five shot cylinder has only five cylinder stop slots. CONDITION: Fair with no finish remaining. Right grip is chipped at bottom, Loading lever is broken missing latch and 1/4” of top of lever. Hammer is very eroded from use and dry-firing. TDW 300 - 500 1033 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER, MADE IN 1861. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 186202 Caliber/Bore: 4” Barrel Length: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Standard 4” octagon barrel configuration. Two line Hartford address on barrel. Iron grip straps. Matching numbers. Made in 1861 and most certainly could have seen service on either side of the Civil War. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some very light pitting in a few areas. Grips are good with some wear and handling marks, some minor chips out along the bottom edges. Most of the Stagecoach cylinder scene remains. All markings are clear. Bore has sharp rifling with some very minor pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 800 - 1,200 1034 - (A) LOT OF TWO COLT 3RD MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVERS: 1852 WITH 10 1/2” BARREL & 1855 MARTIAL. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1851 Navy Serial No. (A) 17265 (B) 43046 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 10 - 1/2” (B) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1852 and features a lengthened 10 - 1/2” octagon barrel. Single line New York address. All matching numbers including the wedge, however there is no number on the brass backstrap. Small “COLT’S/ PATENT” on left side of frame. While expertly done and very difficult to discern, the barrel length is not original. CONDITION: Retains an even patina with light rust and some pitting. Markings are clear. Grips have dings and handling marks, showing age. Bore has strong rifling with some light pitting. Good mechanical function. Gun (B) is a standard configuration 3rd Model made in 1855. This is an “Army-Navy” model with “US” under the patent marking on the left side of the frame. Grips are cartouched. Single line New York address. Matching numbers on the frame, brass back strap, trigger guard and barrel. The barrel number appears to be restamped as the font and spacing are different. Loading lever does not match, nor does the cylinder. All parts are sub-inspected. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina with areas of pitting and rust, frame has been buffed at one time and markings are weak. Barrel markings are sharp. Grips are worn with cartouches faint. Good mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000

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1035 - (A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Serial No. 24375 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 24375, manufactured in 1861, matching serial numbers on all major components including the wedge. 8” barrel, One piece walnut grips with faint inspectors cartouche on left side. Frame cut for shoulder stock, four-screw. Sub-inspection marks in appropriate places. Accompanying this gun is a proper style shoulder stock which is not matching to the gun (22567), fits the gun well. Stock has been very cleverly aged and marked. Stamped serial numbers on buttplate, lower tang, steel catch are all matching. Handwritten ink serial number under buttplate is matching to metal. CONDITION: Overall bare metal with a light grey patina. Grips are rounding at the butt. Action works well, however will not hold at full cock. No surviving safety pins. Left stock screw is missing from frame of gun. Some replacement screws. Bore in good showing moderate pitting. Stock has dings and handling marks, wood having been refinished. Brass has a cleaned look to it, matching the brass color on gun. GR 1,000 - 1,500 1036 - (A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE MARIETTE AND ONE MANHATTAN. Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) Manhattan Model: (A) Mariette Type (B) Allen Type Caliber/Bore: (A) .48 Scratch rifled (B) .31 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) The four-shot Mariette with fine Damascus twist barrels numbered ‘1’ through ‘3’. Ring trigger. Steel frame well engraved with foliage. Steel buttcap engraved. Fluted ebony grips. CONDITION: Good overall with Damascus pattern clearly visible on barrels. Frame with extremely minor corrosion, easily removed. Ebony grips with no significant damage. Action works properly and barrels index. (B) Manhattan well-marked on left flat of hammer, steel frame with sparse scroll engraving. Walnut bag type grip. Barrel cluster of six barrels. CONDITION: Mostly smooth, grey metal grips in good condition with old overvarnish. Action is crisp and barrels index properly. A good lot for the pepperbox collector. 2,500 - 3,000 1037 - (A) CASED WHITNEY NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Whitney Model: Navy Serial No. 16907 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Full octagon .36 caliber 7 - 1/2” barrel marked in two lines “E. WHITNEY/N. HAVEN”. Six-shot cylinder. Originally blue with case hardened loading lever. Two piece walnut grips. Housed in a walnut case fitted in the partition style with burgundy interior. Includes spurious powder flask, bullet mold, percussion cap tin, packet of cartridges. CONDITION: Revolver is completely restored in incorrect finishes. Case color frame, hammer, and loading lever. Blue barrel and cylinder showing most all of the reapplied finishes. Grips are near excellent showing moderate wear. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

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1038 - (A) LOT OF TWO: BOXLOCK MODEL 1843 US NAVY CIVIL WAR PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Deringer (B) Ames Model: (BOTH) 1843 Boxlock Caliber/Bore: (A) .58 Smoothbore (B) .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Deringer manufacture and so marked on the lock. The gun is dated 1843 with “USR” stamped at the rear of the lock. We do not believe this marking to be original as there is no record of Deringer having supplied the Revenue Cutter Service with these guns. Deringer marked on top of the barrel at the breech. Brass mounted. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel has been refinished with pitting underneath. Lock is cleaned bright with pitting. All markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks, visible cartouche on the left side. Front sight post is a restoration, as is the nipple. (B) 1845 dated Ames. Standard markings and configuration. Matching dates on lock and barrel. Cartouche on the left side of stock. CONDITION: Very good, as found. Retains a pleasing patina overall with some light surface rust and minor pitting. Traces of brown on the barrel. All markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks, showing wear. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000 1039 - (A) LOT OF TWO H. ASTON MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOLS, DATED 1851 & 1849. Manufacturer: (BOTH) H. Aston Model: (BOTH) 1842 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Dated 1851. Standard configuration. Matching lock and barrel dates. “MS” marked on the top of the barrel for Massachusetts. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with light surface and rust and some pitting. Markings are clear. Stock is fine with clear sharp cartouches and some light handling marks. Hammer fit is loose. Hammer screw is a replacement. Brass has a pleasing dark color to it. Bore has some pitting. Fine mechanical function. (B) Dated 1849. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina having been lightly cleaned at one time. Light to moderate pitting overall. Barrel markings are no longer legible. Lock markings are clear. Wood is worn with traces of cartouches. Fine mechanical function. GR 750 - 1,500 1040 - (A) CONSECUTIVE PAIR OF ALLEN AND THURBER SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BAR HAMMER PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Allen & Thurber Model: (BOTH) Single Shot Serial No. (A) 54 (B) 55 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3” FFL Status: Antique Both guns are identical in markings and configuration, as well as condition. Dated “1837” on the left barrel flat. 3” half round half octagon barrels. “ALLENS PATENT” on the left side of the bar hammer. Scroll engraving on the frames. One is numbered “54” and the other “55” on the bottoms of the barrels as well on the inside of the trigger guard. CONDITION: Both guns have a pleasing patina with some light surface rust and minor pitting by the nipple. Retain 35% blue overall, mostly on the barrels. Grips are very good with some minor dings and handling marks. Fine mechanical function. GR 600 - 1,000

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1041 - (A) CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOL CIRCA 1850 WITH OCTAGONAL TO ROUND BARREL - MODIFIED FOR ARROW SHOOTING. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .58 “Saw” Rifled Barrel Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique Barrel cut with twisting slots, measuring 5” to impart spin, presumably to a steel arrow. The bolted front action percussion locks, sparsely engraved with scrolls, hammer engraved en suite. Barrel with Damascus finish. Steel trigger guard engraved en suite with lock. Walnut 3/4 stock with checkering at wrist. Engraved steel buttcap with trap for caps. CONDITION: Barrel good with considerable traces of original Damascus. Lock slightly patinated. Hammer with old break straight through, repaired inexpertly. Walnut stock with considerable original varnish and minor marks. Action is crisp. Fair bore. A good item for the collector of oddities. MZ 600 - 1,200

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1042 - (A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY CIVIL WAR 150TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial No. 205932 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique In 2012, the engraving firm Adams & Adams created a total of 35 special commemorative Model 1860 percussion revolvers; one for each state that fought in the war and one for the District of Columbia. This is the gun made for New York; the design and engraving was hand done by master engraved John J. Adams, Sr. The pattern is based on an 1860 Army presented to General U.S. Grant. Decorated for the Union on the left side and the Confederacy on the right. Each gun used an original 1860 Army for its basis and was engraved in the style of Gustav Young in the spirit of the “Tears of Gettysburg” revolver. Each revolver is hand fitted with carved ivory stocks with high relief “US” and “CS” on respective panels and is finished in blue and cased colored finish by Doug Turnbull Restorations. Includes a letter from John Adams listing this gun by serial number as being gun 12 of 35 New York list, ivory was supplied by Nutmeg Sports; case was made by Duncan Eberhart, noted master Pennsylvania furniture maker. Gun features nearly full coverage engraving including the rebated Naval scene cylinder. Trigger guard is marked “12 of 35”. Frame is signed by engraved “J ADAMS”. Backstrap is engraved “NEW YORK”. CONDITION: As new, unfired condition. With a total of 35 made, and this being the only one made for New York, makes it a very special, one of a kind hand engraved revolver in the original black powder series. Manufactured 1978 to 1984 (early 2nd Generation), a continuation of the original 1860’s series made to the same high standards but with better steel. Comes with all receipts and an article in original cardboard box with matching numbers. Simply breathtaking. DB 3,000 - 4,000

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1043 - (A) LOT OF 2: US PERCUSSION PISTOLS - ASTON MODEL 1842 AND COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET. Manufacturer: (A) H. Aston (B) Colt Model: (A) 1842 (B) 1849 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 280108 Caliber/Bore: (A) .54 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 3 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 1846 dated Model 1842 US Martial pistol made by Aston. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Metal has been heavily cleaned with areas of pitting and loss. Barrel markings are no longer present. Lock markings, while correct, are too sharp and most likely restamped. Stock has been heavily sanded, no cartouche. Swivel ramrod appears to be a reproduction. Good mechanical function. (B) 1849 Model Colt pocket percussion revolver, made in 1866. Matching numbers. Rammer is unnumbered. The muzzle has been trimmed. Six shot. Single line New York address. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina with some light surface rust and about 10% barrel blue. Markings are clear. Grips have some dings and handling marks with a fair amount of original varnish. Wedge retaining screw head is broken. Due to a weak cylinder stop, the cylinder will over rotate when the gun is cocked. GR 600 - 1,000

1044 - (A) LOT OF TOW: BRACE OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COLT AND MANHATTAN REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Manhattan Model: (A) 1860 (B) Navy Serial No. (A) 117955 (B) 58544 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Percussion (B) .36 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1860 Army with matching numbers and martially inspected grips. Grips have been personalized with “MGXXC-MGW” carved on butt. CONDITION: Good with an even patina overall and light salt and pepper pitting. Action needs attention as does not function properly. Wedge screw is a modern replacement. (B) Manhattan Navy Pattern revolver with varnished walnut grips, octagon barrel with engraved cylinder scene. CONDITION: Good, action needs attention as it fails to operate properly. Finish is a mottled brown. Grips have been refurbished. TDW 800 - 1,250

1045 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH BRITISH PROOFS AND LONDON ADDRESS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 9154 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with 5” octagon barrel. Marked on top “ADDRESS COL. COLT/ LONDON”. British proofed on the barrel and cylinder. Iron grip straps. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with light pitting and dings. Markings are clear. Grips show wear and handling marks. Several replacement screws. The nipples are most likely replacements. Fine mechanical function. GR 800 - 1,200 26

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1046 - (A) SCARCE COLT LONDON POCKET NAVY MADE IN 1868. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1862 Pocket Navy Serial No. 37214L Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 5 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Colt model 1862 pocket revolver in the Navy caliber, referred to as the Pocket Navy. London address on the barrel along with British proofs on the cylinder and left side of the barrel. Iron back strap and trigger guard. Correct “L” stamping above the serial number on the barrel and below the serial number on the trigger guard. All numbers are matching. The lever is unnumbered. One piece grips. Made in 1868. The octagon barrel is 5 - 3/8 inches long. Accompanied by a copy of the February 2001 issue of The Gun Report magazine featuring these guns. CONDITION: Retains an even patina with some traces of original blue and some touch up. Markings are clear, although the cylinder scene is worn. Wedge is loose. Bore has strong rifling. Action is slightly out of time and the cylinder will not always advance. Grip show wear with dings and handling marks. GR 800 - 1,200 1047 - (A) LOT OF THREE: ITALIAN, COLT AND MANHATTAN PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Italian (B) Manhattan (C) Colt Model: (A) 1851 Navy (B) Naval Model (C) 1849 Serial No. (A) 27698 (B) 10946(C) 229454 Caliber/Bore: (A&B) .36 Percussion (C) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 6 - 1/2” (C) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A) Italian reproduction of a Colt 1851 Navy with case and accessories. Made and imported for Navy Arms. Italian proofed. Barrel is marked “EIG Navy”. Case includes a powder flask, lead balls, bullet mold, caps and assorted tools. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90+% of its original finish. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Shows signs of use. Nipples are in very good condition. Mechanically fine with a tight hammer and cylinder. Case and accessories range from good to very good. (B) Manhattan Firearms Naval Model with display case. Gun is missing parts and is inoperable as it sits. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall poor. Metal retains little to no finish. Grips are cracked. Bore is dark with poor rifling. Nipples are poor. Gun is missing multiple parts. Not able to fire as it sits. Case is very good. (C) Colt 1849 Pocket percussion revolver with display case. Manufactured in 1863. Serial number on the cylinder and barrel do not match. All other parts match. Engraving on cylinder is heavily worn. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with generous wear throughout. Grips are poor with numerous dings, scratches and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Case is very good. JA 800 - 1,200 1048 - (A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER MADE IN 1862. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial No. 33795 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Standard three screw configuration. Single line New York address on barrel. Matching numbers. Made in 1862. Sub-inspectors marks on metal. Very faint trace of cartouche on left grip. There are two filled holes in the bottom of the grip metal. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned. Markings are clear, although the butt number is very weak. Hammer screw appears to be a replacement. Grips have dings and handling marks, showing wear. Good mechanical function. GR 800 - 1,250

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1049 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1861 NAVY CONVERSIONS TO CENTERFIRE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1861 Navy Conversion Serial No. (A) 61045 (B) 4568 Caliber/Bore: (Both) .38 Short Colt Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Serial number 61045 Colt Model 1851 Navy-Army converted to a Richards Mason Navy-Navy revolver. with “R.W.M. with anchor” inspection on bottom flat of barrel (Richard W Meade). Marked U.S.N. on butt. Matching numbers found on barrel, frame and trigger guard. Conversion number 1045 found on loading gate and cylinder; wedge is without number. Very scarce conversion. CONDITION, Very good being void of most finish on barrel and backstrap with small amounts of finish in protected areas. Frame retains 20% vivid case colors. Bore is very good and action operates properly. Several frame and grips screws are modern replacements and is missing one rear grip screw. (B) Colt Model 1851 Navy-Navy conversion with Model 1861 barrel shortened to 6 - 1/2”. Matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard and back strap. Cylinder is mismatched. Richards Mason Navy-Navy revolver. with “R.W.M. with anchor” inspection on bottom of barrel (Richard W Meade). CONDITION: Fair with most finish worn. Grips are worn and have a carved LG on left side. Action operates inconsistently. A brass shim has been installed between frame and recoil shield for unknown reason. TDW 1,500 - 2,500 1050 - (A) COLT ROUND BARREL POCKET NAVY CONVERSION TO .38 RIMFIRE Manufacturer: Colt Model: Pocket Navy Conversion Serial No. 47340 Caliber/Bore: .38 Rimfire Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” 4 - 1/2” round barrel with Colt New York address on top. Sliding ejector assembly, rebated cylinder with Stagecoach cylinder scene. One piece varnished walnut grips. Matching numbers observed on barrel, frame, butt and cylinder as well as loading gate. Nickel finish on barrel and frame with silver gilt on front and back straps. Interesting period of cartridge and firearms development utilizing and converting existing percussion revolver on hand. CONDITION: Good with properly operating action. Nickel finish with freckled but very honest and uncleaned. Grips have been lightly sanded at an earlier time and had the initials “JT” added on top left. TDW 1,500 - 2,000 1051 - (A) SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL 3 .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: New Model 3 Serial No. 24132 Caliber/Bore: .44 Russian Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Nickel plated, 6” barrel chambered in .44 Russian. Pinned full radius front sight with “V” notch rear sights. Two piece black hard rubber grips, checkered with diamond and S&W monogram. Comes with a Smith & Wesson archival letter dated June 23, 2006 and signed by Roy G. Jinks / Historian. Letter documents the revolvers’ configuration and shipment to Hartley & Graham Co., New York City, New York on April 22, 1887. CONDITION: Very fine overall with 60-70% original nickel with scattered areas of brown patina. Bore is fine and bright with light pitting. Action is tight and crisp. Grips are excellent showing modest wear. -MKS- 1,800 - 2,200

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1052 - (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 50973 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1879. Factory letter states this gun shipped in March of 1879 to “H&D Folsom Arms Company” New York, New York. Original finish is listed as blue. Serial numbers all match. Grips look to be original. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina in areas. Grips are fair with numerous dings, scratches and gouges. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. JA 2,000 - 3,000

1053 - (A) COLT 1873 ARTILLERY .45 LC REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1873 Artillery Serial No. 115322 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Colt 1873 Artillery Single Action Army revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1885. Blued frame and trigger guard with a case hardened frame. Unfortunately the numbers on the frame, cylinder, and grip do not match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light handling marks in areas. Grips are very good with light handling marks and wear on the edges. Bore with fair rifling left. Hammer and cylinder are tight. A nice Colt for your collection. JA 3,000 - 4,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1054 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 - 1/2 AND 5TH MODEL REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 1-1/2 (B) 5th Model Serial No. (A) 22628 (B) 322894 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 3” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Model 1-1/2 centerfire. 3” barrel. Spur trigger. Chambered in .32 S&W. Nickel with checkered hard rubber grips with S&W monogram. Complete with correct red hinged box. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% bright nickel. Couple small areas of corrosion on cylinder. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is bright and clean. (B) 5th Model top break, double action, with integral front sight. 3” barrel. Nickel with checkered black hard rubber grips with S&W monogram. Blue trigger guard. Five shot cylinder. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% original blue and nickel remaining, a couple of small areas of corrosion on the cylinder. Bright case color on hammer and trigger. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is excellent, bright, and clean. -MKS- 1,600 - 2,500

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1055 - (A) COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 145519 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1892. Factory blue finish and hard plastic grips. Factory letter states this gun shipped in March of 1892 to Walter Tips in Austin, Texas. Serial numbers on the frame, butt, and trigger guard all match. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina in areas. Grips are very good with minor wear and handling marks. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. JA 1,500 - 2,000

1056 - (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LC REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 111049 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1884. Factory letter seems to have been cut off. Frame number, number on the trigger guard, and number on the butt all match. Cylinder is unmarked. Ivory grips. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with signs of heavy cleaning and polish. Grips have numerous cracks and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show signs of play. Mechanically fine. JA 1,400 - 2,000

1057 - (A) MERWIN & HULBERT DOUBLE ACTION .44 M&H REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Merwin & Hulbert Model: Pocket Army 4th Model Serial No. 18786 Caliber/Bore: .44 M.H. Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique Large frame revolver with 7” barrel. Left side of frame marked “CALIBRE 44 M.H.&CO”. Nickel with case hardened trigger guard and hammer. Two piece mother of pearl grips. Lanyard ring on butt. CONDITION: Completely refinished with nearly all reapplied nickel remaining. Beautiful mother of pearl grips, fit well to backstrap and frame. Action works well with cylinder occasionally not locking tight. Bore is near excellent with light scattered pitting. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

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1058 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED IVORY STOCKED .32 RF WHITNEYVILLE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Whitneyville Model: 2 Serial No. 2246 Caliber/Bore: .32 Rimfire Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Chambered for .32 Rimfire with a six shot cylinder. Brass frame engraved in tight scrolls with dot punch background. Barrel has intertwined border engraved from breech forward, Barrel marked “WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY CT, USA”. Silver plated finish with a wonderful set of aged ivory two piece grips. CONDITION: Very fine with over 75% of the silver remaining with wear at high points. Action operates properly. Grips are excellent with no material loss. Bore and chambers are very fine. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

1059 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT OPEN TOP SEVEN SHOT .22 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Open Top Serial No. (A) 87634 (B) 10630 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1876. Brass frame. Factory engraved frame, cylinder, and barrel. Colt Hartford address on barrel. Smooth walnut grips. CONDITION: Good with matching numbers on barrel and butt. Bore is very dark, action operates properly. Grips are very good with most all varnish remaining. (B) Colt Open Top .22. Manufactured 1874 with brass frame and nickel barrel and cylinder. Matching numbers found on butt and barrel. Traces of silver finish found beneath cylinder on frame. CONDITION: Very good with good bore and excellent action and mechanics. Grips are very fine with most varnish remaining. Brass frame has mellowed to a mustard patina while most all nickel remains on barrel and cylinder. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

1060 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND LIGHTNING REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Single Action Army (B) 1877 Lightning Serial No. (A) 8771 (B) 135182 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 (B) .38 Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/4” (B) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Colt Single Action Army revolver. Manufactured in 1874. Frame is marked “U.S.” next to the patent dates. Factory blued finish. Grip is faux antler. Serial numbers on the frame and barrel do not match. Cylinder and frame do match. Hammer has been replaced at some point. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and handling marks in areas. Grip is very good with light wear. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Model 1877 Lightning double action revolver. Manufactured in 1902. Factory blued finish with the correct “birds head” grip. Serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard and butt all match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original blue finish. Grips are good with light wear to the checkering. Bore is dirty, but has good rifling left. Mechanically excellent. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. JA 1,000 - 1,400

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1061 - (A) SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 1 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: Model 1, 2nd Issue Serial No. 31321 Caliber/Bore: .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: 3 -1/4” FFL Status: Antique Model 1, 2nd Issue. 3 - 1/4” octagon barrel. Tip-up frame, seven shot cylinder. Chambered in .22 Rimfire Short. Blue barrel and cylinder with silver plated frame. Two piece smooth rosewood grips. CONDITION: Very fine overall with traces of original blue tuned to brown patina on barrel and cylinder. Frame has most original silver plating. Grips are excellent with most original finish showing light to moderate wear. Bore is dark with pitting. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 250 - 500 1062 - (A) SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL RUSSIAN/OLD MODEL RUSSIAN .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: First Model Russian Serial No. 24035 Caliber/Bore: .44 Russian Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 29035 on butt as well as internal of right grip. Standard S&W single line address ending with “69” patent date. Cylinder is 1.42 inches in length. These commercial Russian revolvers had a rough and ready history of being used by lawmen and the lawless alike, J. Wesley Hardin carried serial number 25274. CONDITION: Fair, gun is a deep chocolate patina with a dark bore. Cylinder does not rotate properly and hammer does not hold in any position. Locking latch spring on top is broken. However this is a wonderful example of a true western era large frame Smith that is very aesthetically appealing and presents itself well. TDW 800 - 1,250 1063 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 2 ARMY .32 RF AND REMINGTON .31 RF NEW MODEL POCKET REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Smith & Wesson (B) Remington Model: (A) No. 2 (B) New Model Pocket Serial No. (A) 17141 (B) 109 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .31 Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) S&W No. 2 Army. .32 rimfire, 6” octagon barrel. Two-piece rosewood grips. Six-shot non-fluted cylinder. CONDITION: Fair overall. No remaining finish turned a grey/brown patina overall. Some rounding to barrel edges. Bore is dark, action will not lock into firing position. Rosewood grips are fine with most original finish remaining showing light wear. (B) Remington New Model Pocket Revolver factory conversion to .31 rimfire. 3 - 1/2” octagon barrel. Two-piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Good overall, no remaining original finish, turned a gun metal grey patina overall. Action operates properly. Grips are very good showing moderate wear. Bore is dark. -MKS- 650 - 950 1064 - (A) COLT BISLEY CARTRIDGE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Bisley Serial No. 206100 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 208100 manufactured in 1901. 5 - 1/2” barrel with King front sight. Chambered in .44-40 with left side of barrel marked roll-die “BISLEY MODEL / COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER”. Left side of frame marked with Colt patent dates and Rampant Colt motif. Contemporary engraved in a typical “New York” style featuring scrolls and a punch dot background. Imitation two piece pearl-like grips. Nice unmolested screws. CONDITION: Very good overall with a good shootable bore. Entire gun looks like it has been wiped down with either cold blue or some sort of browning solution. Action is tight and crisp. Would make a nice shooter. -MKS- 500 - 1,200 32

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1065 - (A) LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ANTIQUE REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Hopkins and Allen (B) Red Jacket (C) NY Pistol Co (D) American (E) American Model: (A) Ranger 2 (B) Revolver (C) Wide Awake (D) Defender (E) Chieftan Serial No. (A&B&D&E) NSN (C) 588 Caliber/Bore: (A&B&D&E) .32 RF (C) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 4 - 1/8” (C) 2 - 1/2” (D) 2 - 3/8” (E) 2 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Hopkins and Allen engraved “Ranger No.2” 5 shot revolver with nickelled frame and black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Poor with indexing problem. (B) Red Jacket No. 3 5 shot engraved thumb trigger revolver with black checkered “Birds head “ grip. CONDITION: Fair with mechanical issues. (C) New York Pistol Company “Wide Awake” 5 shot thumb trigger revolver with nickel engraved receiver and “Mother of Pearl “ grips. CONDITION: Good, with mechanical issues. (D) “Defender” engraved nickel receiver revolver with 5 shot cylinder and ivory grips. CONDITION: Poor with mechanical issues. (E) “Chieftain” engraved 5 shot nickel plated revolver with black checkered grips. CONDITION: Poor with mechanical issues. DLM 500 - 800

1066 - (A) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF COLT .22 OPEN TOP REVOLVERS PRODUCED IN 1875. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Open Top Serial No. (A) 65127 (B) 78686 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Pair of factory engraved Colt .22 Open Top revolvers. Seven shot design with single action operation. (A) Nickel finish with scroll engraving and Ivory grips and matching numbers. (B) Nickel finish with mother of pearl grips and scroll engraved with matching numbers. CONDITION: Both guns are good condition with dark bores and properly operating actions. Finishes are worn but very attractive. TDW 300 - 500

1067 - (A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (A) No. 40 (B) No. 42 Serial No. (A) 28442 (B) 33382 Caliber/Bore: (A) .25 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 12” (B) 10” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) No. 40 octagon to round 12” barrel. Chambered in .25-RF. Globe front sight. Rear flip-up ladder sight. Dovetail mounted nickel plated, skeleton stock. Nickel plated frame and trigger guard. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine overall. 85-90% thinning blue on barrel, mixed with blue-brown patina. 90%+ bright nickel on frame, flaking on the backstrap and butt. Grips are fine showing moderate wear. Bore good with scattered pitting. )B) No. 42 2nd issue. 10” octagon to round barrel. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Globe front sight. “V” notch rear sight. Blue with nickel plated frame and stock. Two piece walnut stock. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 80% thinning blue on barrel. Most all original nickel on frame, backstrap, butt, and stock. Original unmolested screws. Grips are good showing moderate to heavy wear. Bore is good with scattered pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

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1068 - (A) LOT OF 2: HIGH CONDITION STEVENS SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (BOTH) MEDIUM FRAME POCKET RIFLES Serial No. (A) 37415 (B) 8271 Caliber/Bore: (A) .25 Stevens (B) .32 RF Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 10” FFL Status: Antique

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Lot consists of: (A) Medium frame, 18” barrel chambered in .25 Stevens caliber. Globe front and fold down elevator rear sights. Blue and nickel with two piece walnut grips. Detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Excellent plus with 98%+ original blue on barrel. Most all original bright nickel on frame and stock. Strong fire blue on hammer and trigger. Excellent grips showing light to moderate wear. Bore has strong rifling with scattered pitting. (B) Medium frame, 10” barrel chambered in .32 Rimfire. Globe front high “V” notch rear sights. Blue and nickel with two piece rosewood grips. Detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Excellent 95% original blue on barrel. 97% original nickel showing light scratches on frame and stock. Strong fire blue on hammer and trigger. Excellent rosewood grips showing light wear. Bore has strong rifling with scattered pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,750 - 2,500

1069 - (A) UNIQUE LUNCHBOX COLT NUMBER 2 DERRINGER INTENDED FOR ENGLISH MARKET CHAMBERED FOR .41 ELEY CENTERFIRE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: No. 2 Caliber/Bore: .41 Eley Centerfire Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This unique Colt #2 Derringer remains in the white as never having been factory finished. Made without serial number however does have the proper Colt Hartford address on top barrel flat. Chambered for the .41 Eley Centerfire as opposed to the conventional .41 RF as most all Colt Derringer are. A very small group (Approx. 50 pairs) of Colt #2 Derringers were ordered in 1876 for sale at Colt’s Pall Mall offices in .41 Eley Centerfire. This example, as is previously mentioned, is made without serial number. Has a small “B” sub inspection under the right grip at base and a small “C” sub inspection on rear of barrel at hinge. Close examination will reveal that this pistol has never been finished and the natural assumption would be that it left in a Colt workman’s lunchbox or pocket for his own unauthorized personal use. This same workman was probably very surprised when he discovered that it was centerfire and not rimfire thus explaining its unused condition. CONDITION: Very fine with some very slight discoloration to the white steel from storage. The hammer and trigger retain almost all of the vivid case colors. The bore is brilliant and shows no indication of use. The two piece walnut checkered grips are superb with little to no distress. A truly unique Colt Derringer. TDW 2,000 - 2,500

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1070 - (A) CASED PAIR OF LE PAGE WAX BULLET DUELLING PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Le Page Model: (BOTH) Duelers Serial No. (A) 1 / 160 (B) 2 / 160 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 10 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique

Constructed for use with wax bullets at the turn of the century, allowing two duelists to settle their disagreement without spilling a drop of blood. Side lever breechloaders, octagonal blued barrels, checkered forearms with case colored locking levers, and checkered pistol grips with case colored caps and urn extensions. Spurred blued trigger guards with distinctive cutout and slot for handguards, dovetailed front and rear sights. Case colored receivers and blued barrels, trigger guards, and hammer. Sides of hammers are appropriately in the white, as are locking lug flats. Pistols are housed a two flat green baize lined oak case with top flat holding both pistols, a brass cleaning rod, and six empty wax bullet cartridges. Second flat holds two mops, a bullet mold, two more wax cartridges, one with a cast wax bullet, two handguards, a box of 75 primers, a brass casting funnel, and what appears to be a decapping rod with a pointed tip. Baize lining marked on inside cover “LEPAGE Freres / 12 RUE MARTEL / PARIS”. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of their bluing and case coloring, with just a few very minor marks from handling and operation; both barrels have splotches of bluing flaking to brown. Forearm levers of both pistols heavily rubbed against lining. The wood is extremely fine with sharp checkering and good coloration. Actions work appropriately, bores are excellent, bright and shiny with sharp rifling, and just a touch of very light pitting at the breech. Accessories are very good, cartridges have some very light traces of oxidation as a result of use, other accessories with age patina. Case is very good with some nicks and dings acquired over the years and minor mothing to baize. Accompanied by paperwork when this set was sold at Sotheby Parke Bernet, September 1973, and correspondence with the NRA circa 1973 when the buyer from Sotheby’s inquired for information. An extremely attractive set of very rare pistols! EW 3,000 - 5,000

1071 - (A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS HUNTERS PET POCKET RIFLES NO. 34 Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (BOTH) 34 Serial No. (A) 318 (B) 4265 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 RF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 18” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 18” octagon barrel, globe front, adjustable ladder rear sights. Chambered in .32 Rimfire, blue with nickel frame. Nickel plated detachable skeleton stock. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Barrel has thinning blue that has turned a brown patina overall. Most all original nickel remaining on the frame and stock. Grips show moderate wear. Bore is dark with good rifling. (B) Same configuration as (A) above with the exception of a replaced blade type front sight. CONDITION: 65-70% original blue mixed with patina on barrel. Most all original bright nickel remaining on frame and stock. Grips show moderate wear. Bore is near excellent with light corrosion. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS1,600 - 2,500

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1072 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SHARPS MODEL 2 .30 CALIBER AND MODEL 1A .22 CALIBER FOUR BARREL DERRINGERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Sharps Model: (A) Four Barrel (B) 1A Serial No. (A) 521 (B) 45407 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Sharps .30 Rimfire four barrel derringer with silver plated brass frame, blue steel barrel cluster, and checkered gutta percha grips. Serial number 521 found on butt and base of barrel. CONDITION: Fine, with over 90% silver remaining with exceptional gutta percha grips. Barrels retain traces of blue in the gullets and bores are dark with visible rifling. Action operates properly. (B) Sharps model 1A .22 four shot with deluxe gutta percha grips. Serial number 15407 found on butt and base of barrel. Brass frame with silver washed finish and blue steel barrel cluster. CONDITION: Good, with 10% silver remaining on frame. Barrel has turned brown patina, bores are dark. Grips are very fine and action operates properly. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

1073 - (A) FRANK WESSON POCKET RIFLE IN .32 RIMFIRE. Manufacturer: Frank Wesson Model: Pocket Rifle Serial No. 2189 Caliber/Bore: .32 RF Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Antique Medium framed 1870 pocket rifle made by Frank Wesson circa 1880. Blued octagonal barrel with globe front sight. Iron frame with spur trigger. Rosewood grips and folding tang peep sight. Comes with case hardened skeleton steel stock. CONDITION: Barrel has 60% original blue with holes for rear sight (missing). Frame has worn to a plum patina. Grips have traces of original finish with no cracks or breaks. Good bore with good mechanics. Stock is possible replacement, not numbered to gun, with added finish. DLM 1,000 - 1,250

1074 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO STEVENS TIP UP .22 RIMFIRE PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (A) No. 35 (B) No. 41 Serial No. (A) 41610 (B) 20015 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company No. 35 tip up pistol with blued half round half octagon barrel with blade front sight and notched rear adjustable sight. Blued frame and swelled butt with walnut plain grip. Made from 1923- 1942. CONDITION: 80% blue on metal with 80% varnish on grips. Good bore and mechanics. (B) No. 41 Model made from 1896-1916 with blued half round half octagon barrel with blade front sight and notched rear frame. Nickeled iron frame with two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: 60% barrel blue with 60% nickel. 60% original varnish. Good bore and mechanics. DLM 800 - 1,200 36

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1075 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT AND REMINGTON PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Remington Model: (A) New Line Open Top (B) Elliot Over/Under Serial No. (A) 101371 (B) 55 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 RF (B) .41 RF Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/8” (B) 3” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt Open Top New line revolver with nickel finish and walnut grips. Seven-shot design and single action operation. CONDITION: Fair with 70% nickel finish remaining and most all varnish remaining on grips. Action operates properly. Bore is very dark. (B) Remington Elliot over/under Derringer with ivory two piece grips. .41 Rimfire. Housed in period small display case. CONDITION: Good with solid hinges without cracks. Action operates properly. Grips have a nicely toned color. Gun is a chocolate patina overall. 500 - 800 1076 - (A) LOT OF TWO: MARLIN O.K. DERRINGER AND AND REMINGTON PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Marlin (B) Remington Model: (A) OK (B) Type II Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 Smoothbore (B) .41 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/8” (B) 3” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Marlin O.K. Model Derringer. Made 1863-1870. Brass frame. Swing out barrel. Barrel is stamped “OK” on top. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with some light pitting and patina in areas. Grips are fair with numerous dings and scratches. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. (B) Remington Type II Derringer. Marked “Remington Arms Co. ILION NY” on top of the barrel. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its finish with bare metal in numerous places. Grip is fair with most of the checkering worn in places. Barrel does show some signs of wobble. Bores with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 400 - 600 1077 - (A) COLT NO. 3 .41 RF DERRINGER RETAILED BY W. WATSON AND SONS, LONDON. Manufacturer: Colt Model: No. 3 Caliber/Bore: .41 RF Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Marked “313 HOLBORN 41 CAL LONDON” on the left side of the frame. Brass frame. Iron Barrel. Ivory grips. Top of the barrel is marked “COLT”. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains little of its original finish with signs of heavy cleaning and polish, Grips have cracks in areas. Bore is fair with no visible rifling left. Mechanically fine. JA 300 - 500

1078 - (A) SCARCE 1814 TRYON MADE “CP” MARKED FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: CP Rifle Model 1814 Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique This is a Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made rifle with 1814 style patchbox and cheekpiece. Gun has “Tryon of Phila” marked octagon rifled barrel with rifle sights and “CP 172” on left rear barrel flat along with “P” in circle proof. “Tryon” marked flintlock with musket style sideplate. Full walnut stock marked “CP 172” and a name which is unreadable with flat iron barrel keys. Brass furniture with 1814 style side opener patchbox. Steel ramrod. CONDITION: Gun has fine aged original finish with handling and usage marks. Buttplate appears to be a replacement with added finish. Wood has aged finish with visible cartouche and no visible restoration. Most of the Tryon CP rifles have have slight variations. Tryon always had a strained relationship with the government and eventually quit contract work for them. A scarce and desirable Pennsylvania contract rifle. DLM 2,000 - 4,000

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1079 - (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED “JS” ON PATCHBOX FOR JOHN SHULER. Manufacturer: John Shuler Model: Flintlock Fowler Caliber/Bore: .73 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 47” FFL Status: Antique

Three stage, smoothbore barrel with iron front and rear sights. Flat lockplate with beveled edges and scroll engraving. Early lock with detached pan. Brass furniture in the classic Bucks County, Pennsylvania style including a horizontally hinged one piece patchbox with a large script “JS” and an engraved propeller design. Curled Bucks County trigger and classic Bucks County trigger guard. Bucks County sideplate with beveled edges and triangular finial at back. Figured maple stock of classic, early Bucks County form with elongated, high relief cheekpiece. Engraved with symmetrical design around ramrod entry ferrule and barrel tang, as well as incised stylized Fleur-de-Lis around lock and sideplate. There are incised ‘C’ scrolls on both sides of the wrist and incised propeller design above the cheekpiece and large ‘C’ scrolls behind the cheekpiece. There is also a ‘C’ scroll in front of the trigger guard finial. CONDITION: Barrel retains a dark, pitted surface and barrel was probably shortened during the period of use. Lock is in its original flintlock configuration but does not hold on cock. Half of sideplate (front portion) is absent. Brass shows some wear and retains a mustard patina. Patchbox does not latch shut. Several areas on both sides of the forend have been replaced, as well as some other slivers including the toe of the buttstock. Toeplate is absent. There is also a piece replaced between barrel tang and lockplate. Carving shows some wear. Ramrod is a replacement. A worthy candidate of a good, professional restoration as signed Bucks County rifles are extremely rare. DMG 3,000 - 6,000

1080 - (A) WILLIAM HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: W. Henry Model: Flintlock Rifle Caliber/Bore: .60 Rifled Barrel Length: 50 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique

Massive octagon barreled fullstock Kentucky rifle stamped “W. HENRY LANCASTER” on top barrel flat. 1-3/4” wide butt curly maple full stock with Lancaster style patchbox and toe release. Massive 50-5/8” long barrel with deep rifling and .60 caliber. Lancaster style sideplate and trigger guard. Huge faceted brass ramrod pipes holding a large hardwood ramrod with hidden worm attachment in tip. Flat iron barrel keys with barrel having rifle sights. Lancaster style sideplate holding an early style handmade lock with a tipped rear controlled by a single trigger. Consignor has paperwork indicating possible manufacture for use by colonial troops in the Revolution. CONDITION: Rifle has aged patina on metal parts with unpolished brass having a golden patina. Lid on patchbox has small dent. Lock is possible replacement with gun never converted. Wood has excellent original finish with no visible restoration and light handling and usage marks. Mechanics are good. A very interesting rifle. DLM2019 5,000 - 7,500

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1081 - (A) SCARCE SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY .69 CALIBER MUSKET IN ORIGINAL FLINT DATED 1818. Manufacturer: Virginia Manufactory Model: 2nd Model Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 41 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique

Well marked in two lines on the lock “VIRGINIA/ Manufactory”, “RICHMOND/ 1818” at tail. “P” proof on left side of barrel at breach. Has the assembly number of “11” on the buttplate, bands, bayonet lug and trigger guard. Looks like “77” stamped on the inside of the trigger guard. In 1818, approximately 5,292 muskets were produced. This is considered a second variation due to placement of the band springs in front of the bands and rounded finials on the trigger guard. Virginia Manufactory guns are often considered secondary Confederate arms, even in flint. Accompanied by a socket bayonet marked “US/ TA” which does not quite fit the gun. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned to bright with some areas of very minor pitting and light surface rust. Markings are clear, although the middle part of “Manufactory” is worn. Wood is good with dings and handling marks, there is a repair with old nails using the original piece of wood between the lock and barrel. A glued crack in the wood extending 5 inches from the front of the lock. Some chips along the ram rod channel. Wood is worn between the rear and middle bands. Fine mechanical function. Bayonet in matching condition. GR 3,000 - 5,000

1082 - (A) EXCELLENT 1812 CONTRACT FLINTLOCK .69 CALIBER MUSKET BY HENRY. Manufacturer: Henry Model: 1812 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 43” FFL Status: Antique

It is actually a misnomer that Henry did not begin this contract until 1815. This gun has in the bright-finished musket style barrel with encircled “P” proof on barrel, near the breech and “Salem” on left side. Fitted at muzzle with a bayonet stud. Lock is marked “US PHILA” at the tail and “J.J. HENRY” in the center. Standard iron furniture with two spring retained barrel bands. Steel ramrod. Walnut musket-style stock with dished cheekpiece and numerous markings on left behind the sideplate including a large “R”, “I”, “v” and “g”. CONDITION: All metal parts in original in the bright. Wood has been cleaned and there is a large crack on left side between sideplate and first band. No visible restoration or repairs. DLM 2,000 - 4,000

1083 - (A) FULLSTOCK KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFLE SIGNED JOHN PALM NO. 32 Manufacturer: John Palm Model: Kentucky Serial No. 32 Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique

John Palm worked in Wormeldorf, Pennsylvania circa 1850. Gun has full octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights signed in script “John Palm No. 32”. Full curly maple stock with brass hardware including four piece engraved patchbox with floral finial. Ketland marked flint lock with single trigger control. Brass flat barrel keys. Original striped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall nice aged patina with brass having been cleaned years ago and now has faded to a golden patina. Lock is a replacement and gun has been converted to flint. Wood burned out from usage as a percussion gun. No visible repairs or restoration with light handling marks. Mechanically functions fine. DLM 1,500 - 2,500

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1084 - (A) FINE ENGLISH FLINTLOCK .77 CALIBER FOWLER BY WICKLEY. Manufacturer: Wickley Model: Flintlock Fowler Caliber/Bore: .77 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 53 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique Rounded swamped iron barrel with flat panel on top near breech with engraved border and English view and proof marks on left side of hooked breech. Brass bead mounted on top near swamped muzzle. Flat lockplate inscribed “Wickley” in the center and features an early roller frizzen. Engraved brass furniture includes a trigger guard with a large acorn finial, a full sideplate, and a three stage buttplate tang. The fowler features a half stock of plain walnut with checkered wrist in the early fashion, and a horn forend cap. Complete with probably its original brass tipped wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Good to very good. Barrel retains a dark patina with some applied dark finish and scattered areas of minor corrosion. Iron rib below has been repaired near top ferrule. Top two brass ferrules have been replaced. Touch hole shows some corrosion and has been relined. Lock is strong and functions well, appears to be in its original flintlock configuration with dark patina and some scattered freckling. Brass furniture retains a mellow patina and shows some wear and scattered marks from use. Stock is very good with an added coat of varnish, some minor wear to checkering, a few scattered marks from use, a crack along bottom of forearm and a minor chip in front of lockplate. This is a very nice large bore English fowler with a homogeneous look. DLM 1,000 - 2,000 1085 - (A) CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY .52 CALIBER FOWLER ATTRIBUTED TO WEIKER. Manufacturer: Bucks County Model: Flintlock Fowler Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 46 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This fine Bucks County, Pennsylvania fowler has a two stage smoothbore barrel with an applied silver front sight and a notched iron rear sight. Flat lockplate with molding at tail and beveled edges. Curled Bucks County trigger. The brass furniture includes buttplate terminating in a point, trigger guard with a large acorn finial, and Bucks County sideplate with beveled edges. Open ended nose cap and faceted ramrod ferrules. Full length figured maple stock of classic Bucks County form with incised, stylized Fleur-de-Lis around ramrod entry ferrule as well as lock and sideplate cavities. There is a relief design with incised details carved around the barrel tang. This particular carving is associated with gunsmith George Weiker. CONDITION: Barrel retains a brown patina and appears to have about 15” professionally replaced. Lock is reconverted and does not function properly. Brass is unpolished and shows a dark, mustard patina. Ramrod is a replacement. Stock shows heavy wear with some scattered marks from use. Approximately 13 - 1/2” of forend professionally replaced including nosecap and one ramrod ferrule. A minor sliver below lockplate and between lockplate and barrel tang also replaced. A nice Bucks County fowler with very attractive form. DMG 1,000 - 2,000 1086 - (A) CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .45 CALIBER RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique Unknown contemporary Kentucky flintlock rifle with full curly maple stock, double set triggers and brass furniture. Wood has simple raised carving pattern on butt, striped hardwood ramrod and toe release for patchbox lid. CONDITION: Excellent condition with some light handling marks. Good shootable bore with good mechanics. DM 800 - 1,200 1087 - (A) PETER MOLL SIGNED .56 CALIBER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Peter Moll Model: Kentucky Serial No. 88 Caliber/Bore: .56 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Heavy octagon rifled barrel with brass rear sight, top flat inscribed “Peter Moll Hellerstown No 88”. Flat lockplate with engraved decoration and roller frizzen. Brass furniture includes classic Moll two piece patchbox, brass sideplate terminating in the back in an arrow, brass trigger, and a brass reinforcing plate fastened by ten screws in front of the trigger guard tang. Figured maple stock of Lehigh County form. Replaced wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel and stock have been shortened during period of use. Signature is excellent. Barrel and lock retain a brown patina with some pitting. Top jaw screw replaced. Brass retains an unpolished patina. Stock has several cracks and shows much original finish. A few splinters missing. A nice Lehigh rifle. DMG 600 - 1,200 40

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1088 - (A) CIRCA 1800 .74 CALIBER BELGIAN FLINTLOCK MILITARY MUSKET. Manufacturer: Tower Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .74 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Belgian Flintlock Military Musket that has had a reproduction Tower 1778 and the GR Crown on flint lock installed at some point. CONDITION: Metal aged to a soft patina and would have originally been in the white. Gun has been reconverted to flint using a reproduction lock. Stocks are excellent with usual minor bumps and bruises. While we do not believe it to be an original Tower musket, it is still a period musket in fine original condition with notes to the markings. A very handsome display piece. DLM 600 - 800 1089 - (A) LOT OF TWO: .40-70 REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK AND .45 CALIBER CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Contemporary Model: (A) #2 RB (B) Flintlock Caliber/Bore: (A) .40-70 (B) .45 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 30 - 1/2” (B) 44” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Contemporary Flintlock long rifle assembled using imported parts. .45 caliber octagon barrel 44” in length. Brass furniture. CONDITION: Very good as custom built. Rifle has a pleasant appearance with excellent bore and properly functioning lock. Would make a nice decorative shooter. (B) Remington sporting rolling block. 30 - 1/2” tapered octagon barrel with Remington address on top flat and marked 40/70 on bottom flat forward of forearm. Walnut straight butt stock with sporting forearms with metal tip. 1 - 1/4” sling swivels at butt and on barrel, blade adjustable front sight and elevation adjustable sporting rear sight. CONDITION: Fair as gun is a dove grey overall. Bore is excellent bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Stocks have been refinished and butt is ill-fitting with filler at receiver edges and at tang. Action operates properly. TDW 750 - 1,250 1090 - (A) FULLSTOCK .52 CALIBER KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED JOHN SHELL NO. 415, DATED 1864. Manufacturer: John Shell Model: Kentucky Serial No. 415 Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Made by John Shell of West Hanover, Pennsylvania and dated on the top of the barrel “1864” and stamped “John Shell No. 415”. Full octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights. Original percussion lock marked “Henry Parker Warranted” controlled by a single trigger. Brass lockplate marked “No. 415”. Full curly maple stock with 5 engraved German silver inlays including a “Man in the Moon” inlay on the cheek. Brass engraved furniture including a fine engraved capbox, saddleplate, and barrel escutcheons. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with an overall uncleaned dark patina finish. No visible restoration or repairs. Small visemarks near and around breech. Mechanically solid. A nice clean Kentucky by a good maker. DLM 1,500 - 2,500 1091 - (A) SCARCE SHARPS MODEL 1852 .44 CALIBER BRASS MOUNTED PERCUSSION SLANT BREECH CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1852 Serial No. 6476 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Carbine configuration, made without a saddle ring. There is a hole in the bottom of the barrel band for a sling swivel, and another sling swivel would have been mounted in the rear screw hole in the lower tang which currently has a period proper wood screw in it. Spring retained take down lever. Matching numbers on the tang and inside of the patchbox door. Upper tang is factory drilled for a post style rear sight. Standard Sharps rear barrel sight. .44 caliber with heavy rifling. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina, having been lightly cleaned at one time with light pitting. All markings are clear. Hammer appears to have been heated at one time. Wood shows wear with dings and handling marks. Brass has a mellow patina. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000

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1092 - (A) VERY FINE SHARPS MODEL 1868 INDIAN WARS .50-70 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION SADDLE RING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1863 Serial No. C31441 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Originally made in percussion for the Civil War, this gun was converted to cartridge for use in the Indian Wars of the 1870’s period. Original six-groove rifling. Marked on the top of the barrel “NEW MODEL 1863”. C prefix serial number. CONDITION: Retains 65% case colors. Barrel retains 80% thinning blue. Some light surface rust here and there. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Wood is sharp with some light dings and handling marks. There is a crack in the forend where it meets the receiver, extending past the forend retaining screw escutcheon. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 2,500

1093 - (A) SCARCE .40 CALIBER PERCUSSION COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1855 Root Serial No. 1382 Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique

With a total production of 1,000-1,500 between 1857 and 1864, this is one of the few made in .40 caliber with a six shot cylinder. Full length 24” barrel. Large scroll style trigger guard. Small wood forend. Two line Hartford address on top of the frame. Checkered wrist. Serial number visible on buttplate, worn on frame. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with areas of surface rust and pitting. Markings on top strap are clear. Several parts have been restored including the trigger plate assembly. The trigger guard itself appears original. Action parts replaced. There is a repair to the upper tang at the rear screw hole. Missing rear barrel wedge. Wood shows wear with discoloration and flaking to varnish on stock, small crack in right side of forend and on left side of forend. Bore has strong rifling. Good mechanical function although mainspring is weak. GR 3,500 - 4,500

1094 - (A) TRYON CIVIL WAR .60 CALIBER PERCUSSION MILITIA MUSKET. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .60 Rifled Barrel Length: 39 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique Model 1842 style rifled musket with Tryon marked lock. Iron furniture with iron ramrod. Iron barrel with octagon going to round rifled barrel with stud for bayonet on the end. No markings except “Tryon” on the lock. Walnut full length military musket style stock. Military style sling swivels. CONDITION: Barrel has light cleaning exposing some pits along with trigger guard and hardware. Mechanically sound. Wood has aged finish with light handling marks and no visible repairs. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,000 1095 - (A) LOT OF TWO: FISHER PERCUSSION .36 CALIBER LONG RIFLE AND CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A) Fisher (B) Contemporary Model: (A) Precussion Long Rifle (B) Flintlock Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .50 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 34” (B) 40” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Percussion half stock rifle with 34” .36 caliber rifled barrel signed in script “E. Fisher” Blade front sight with low buckhorn pattern rear sight. Goulcher produced and marked late production percussion lock. Double set triggers with small teardrop oval patchbox of nickel silver with pewter forend tip and several small white metal inlays. Late 1850’s period manufacture. CONDITION: Very good and appears untouched, bore is dark and action and triggers operate properly. Stock has typical burnout around drum and numerous small compressions, scratches, and a very minor shrinkage crack to rear of lock. (B) Very accomplished Contemporary Flintlock long rifle. .50 caliber 40” swamped barrel with full length tiger maple stock with three rod fullers and attractively carved stock with brass furniture and double set triggers. Lock appears to be an L&R but not positive. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and smooth properly operating action. Gun has a few minor scratches from display use but appears to be as near new. TDW 1,200 - 1,550 42

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1096 - (A) ELI WHITNEY .54 CALIBER N. HAVEN 1841 STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Eli Whitney Model: N. Haven 1852 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique Known as the “Mississippi Rifle”, this gun was manufactured by Eli Whitney of New Haven, Connecticut with a 1852 dated percussion lock with “N. Haven” above date at rear of lock. The lock is also marked “E. Whitney” with “US” surcharge underneath. Round rifled barrel with two brass bands, bayonet lug and correct cartouches at rear. Two blade rear flip sight with larger marked “500” and front blade sight. Walnut musket style stock with brass furniture including two piece brass patchbox and “US” marked brass buttplate. Original ramrod and sling swivels. CONDITION: Fine original condition with no visible restoration. Brass possibly polished years ago and has now faded to a golden patina. Solid gun except hammer does not stay cocked. Missing extra nipple and worm attachment. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

1097 - (A) CIVIL WAR LONDON ARMORY COMPANY .577 CALIBER PERCUSSION 1853 ENFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1862. Manufacturer: London Armory Model: 1853 Enfield Caliber/Bore: .577 Rifled Barrel Length: 39” FFL Status: Antique At the outbreak of the Civil War, Caleb Huse contracted on behalf of the Confederacy with the London Armory to purchase all arms made there. No Confederate collection is complete without an example of a London Armory made Enfield. This gun is dated 1862 over “L.A.Co.” on the lock with the royal cipher and “V.R” at the rear. Proper small “LAC” mark on the rear sight and barrel. Correct London commercial proofed barrel. Rounded brass lock screw escutcheons in left side of stock. This gun is devoid of Confederate inspectors marks, however, someone had added “CSA” to the top of the buttplate, most likely a 20th century stamping. Accompanied by a standard US .58 caliber Model 1855 socket bayonet which does not fit the gun. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned with areas of light pitting. Markings are clear. Fine mechanical function with a crisp action. Wood has some dings and handling marks, appears to have been very lightly cleaned at some point. Bore has strong rifling. Bayonet retains a pleasing patina with some light surface rust. GR 1,000 - 2,000

1098 - (A) PAIR OF SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLES IN .45-70. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1884 Serial No. (A) 323245 (B) 471272 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45-70 Government Barrel Length: (BOTH) .32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1886 with two retaining bands and Buffington sight. Full length walnut stock with SWP 1886 Cartouche and steel butt plate sans trap. CONDITION: Very fine with most all blue remaining on barrel, bands, and trigger guard. Bore is very fine, action is crisp. Case colors are very vivid on breech block and tang. (B) Manufactured 1889 with two retaining bands and Buffington sight. Full length walnut stock with vivid SWP 1889 cartouche and steel butt plate sans trap for tools. CONDITION: Very good with bright bore and properly operating action. Barrel blue is very strong with losses at muzzle. Bands are very good with 50% blue. Trigger guard is same as well as buttplate. Wood stock is very good with typical bruises. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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1099 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 141521 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique 1880 vintage model 1873 carbine. Model 1879 barrel sight. Saddle ring in place. CONDITION: Very good overall. Nice clean metal, turned mostly a grey brown patina overall. Wood is excellent with raised grain. Bore is above average with strong rifling and scattered light pitting. -MKS- 800 - 1,200

1100 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR AND DUTCH BEAUMONT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Dutch Beaumont Model: (A) 1873 (B) 1871/88 Serial No. (A) 2090 (B) 4670 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-70 Government (B) 11x52 Barrel Length: (A) 32 - 1/2” (B) 33 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: A) Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle constructed from surplus parts. Painted barrel with blade front sight and 1873 rear sight. Breechblock dated 1869. Model 1884 ramrod. Unmarked full military stock with “US” marked steel buttplate. CONDITION: Overall good with some refinish parts. Good mechanically. (B) Dutch Beaumont bolt action magazine rifle dated 1875. All matching action and bolt. Wood walnut full military stock with Dutch markings and cartouches. Comes with socket style bayonet. CONDITION: Metal parts fading to a silvery patina. Bore is shootable with visible rifling. Wood has traces of original finish with visible cartouches. Good mechanics. DLM 750 - 1,000

1101 - (A) AUSTRIAN .75 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH SABER BAYONET Manufacturer: Austrian Model: Percussion Rifle Caliber/Bore: .75 Rifled Barrel Length: 33 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Made in Austria and used in wars on the European continent along with being exported for use in the American Civil War. Percussion lock with small illegible proofmark at rear of lock. Octagon to round rifled barrel with blade front sight and flip up rear sight with windage markings. Walnut stock with brass hardware. Steel ramrod with socket style saber bayonet. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with marks and dings from usage. Good mechanics and solid gun. DLM 600 - 1,000

1102 - (A) NEISSE 1843 .74 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH BAYONET Manufacturer: Neisse Model: 1843 Caliber/Bore: .74 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 41” FFL Status: Antique German made percussion smoothbore musket marked “Neisse 1843” on the lock. Smoothbore barrel dated 1843 with single front sight. Walnut wood stock with brass three barrel bands and brass hardware. Comes with metal ramrod and socket style triangular bayonet. Gun could have been imported for use in the Civil War. CONDITION: Overall good patina with usage marks. Mechanically solid and functions fine. DLM 600 - 1,000 44

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1103 - (A) BELGIAN .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Belgium Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .70 Rifled Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Back action maker marked rifled percussion musket. Similar to guns imported for use in the American Civil War. Lock marked with illegible maker’s name with “Liege” underneath. Octagon to round rifled musket with three iron bands and iron furniture and small unknown proof mark. Single blade front sight with adjustable rear flip sight with windage markings. Walnut wood stock with inspectors cartouches. CONDITION: Metal has worn to a silvery patina. Wood shows usage marks with visible cartouches. Good mechanics. DLM 600 - 1,000

1104 - (A) A. FRANCOTTE .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Francotte Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .70 Rifled Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Made by August Francotte in Liege, Belgium circa 1860. Possible import gun for the American Civil War. Gun has unmarked percussion lock with rifled musket style barrel. Walnut stock with Francotte cartouche. Three iron barrel bands with iron furniture. Rifled octagon to round barrel with blade front sight. Original iron ramrod. CONDITION: Metal has turned to a silvery patina. Wood has usage marks with dings and scratches. There are what looks to be tacks or nails for some unknown reason from toe to triggerguard. Cartouche is sharp and readable. Mechanics are good. DLM 600 - 1,000

1105 - (A) AMERICAN .42 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: American Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled Barrel Length: 35” FFL Status: Antique Walnut stocked half stock percussion rifle with checkered wrist and large cheekpiece. German silver furniture with domed side opening patchbox with six piercings. Unmarked percussion lock with single trigger control. Octagon unmarked barrel with adjustable rear sight. Escutcheon on wrist drilled for peep sight. CONDITION: Overall good patina with handling marks. Mechanically solid and functions fine. DLM 500 - 1,000

1106 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1868 .50-70 CONVERSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: New Model 1868 Serial No. C6326 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 30,000+ Sharps Model 1868 percussion carbines were converted by the Sharps factory for use of the .50-70 Government cartridges during the late 1860’s. Barrel is relined utilizing a three line rifled bore. The buttstocks were replaced using original buttplates with the percussion style patch box cutout. CONDITION: Fine overall with 50-60% original case color on frame blending with brown patina. Barrel is mostly blue-brown patina. Bore is bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. Wood is sound with 1/8” x 1” section missing on the left side rear of the forearm. Stock and forearm are refinished. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

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1107 - (A) FINE CIVIL WAR JENKS .54 CALIBER NAVY CARBINE, DATED 1845. Manufacturer: Jenks Model: Navy Carbine Serial No. 523 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 25” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. Dated 1845 on the top of the breech area. Oval loading port. Brass mounted. CONDITION: Retains 90% barrel brown. Lock, hammer and loading lever retain most of the original case colors. Markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks with good clear cartouches. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

1108 - (A) FINE CIVIL WAR BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL .54 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Burnside Model: 5th Model Serial No. 18720 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. Approximately 43,000 of this model was issued between 1863 and 1865. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Receiver retains 80% faded case colors. Barrel retains 70% blue with a pleasing mixed patina. Some light surface rust here and there. All markings are sharp and clear. Good cartouches on the left side of the stock which has some light dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

1109 - (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR HALL MODEL 1836 .64 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SLIDING BAYONET. Manufacturer: Harper Model: 1836 Carbine Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Antique Total production of the model 1836 carbine was around 2,020 at Harper’s Ferry. Dated 1839 on the breech block. This gun does not have an implement compartment in the bottom of the stock. CONDITION: Retains 85% brown lacquer finish. Breech block has some blue remaining. Markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks. There is a crack in the hammer spur. Bore is very good with some light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

1110 - (A) CIVIL WAR FIRST MODEL .54 CALIBER MERRILL PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Merrill Model: 1st Model Carbine Serial No. 8761 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique Standard first model configuration with brass patchbox. Brass mounted. Usual markings. CONDITION: Retains most of the original case colors on the lock, receiver and loading lever. Barrel has 15% blue remaining, the rest having been aggressively cleaned off. Some areas of minor surface rust. Brass has been cleaned at one time with a pleasing patina returning. Stock has been sanded with dings and handling marks, no cartouche. Bore is fine with bright sharp rifling. Action is crisp. GR 2,000 - 3,000

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1111 - (A) VERY RARE SHARPS MODEL 1851 .44 CALIBER BOXLOCK CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1851 Serial No. 1310 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 20 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. Made by Robbins & Lawrence in Windsor, VT. Marked on barrel “ROBBINS &/ LAWRENCE”. Maynard tape primed, and marked on tape primer door. Post style tang sight. A distinguishing feature on these guns is the internally mounted hammer. Matching numbers on the receiver tang, inside of patchbox door and inside of tape primer door. Front sight is a modern restoration. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina with light pitting and some areas showing evidence of having been cleaned. Markings are clear. Brass has been cleaned. Wood has dings and handling marks. There is a crack in the stock on the right side between the top of the lock plate and the upper tang. Bore is good with sharp rifling and areas of pitting. Good mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

1112 - (A) FINE SMITH CIVIL WAR .50 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Smith Model: Carbine Serial No. 10626 Caliber/Bore: .50 Rifled Barrel Length: 21” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. Marked on the left side of the receiver “MANUFACTURED BY/ AM’N M’CH’N WKS/ SPRINGFIELD MASS”. CONDITION: Receiver retains 60% faded case colors, barrel has about 20% blue. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood has some light handling marks with sharp cartouche. Bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000 1113 - (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ERA BRITISH PATTERN GREENE .55 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Greene Model: British Carbine Serial No. 1766 Caliber/Bore: .55 Rifled Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Antique 2,000 of these guns were made under contract for the British government by the Massachusetts Arms Company in Chicopee Falls. Made between 1855 and 1857 for use during the Crimean Wars. Due to the scarcity of the American contract Greene carbines, these are generally considered a secondary martial Civil War carbine, however no documentation of any of the British guns being used in the Civil War exists. British proofs throughout and a crown over “VxR” on the lock. CONDITION: Retains an even patina overall with some original blue on the barrel, breech and lower tang. Some pitting present. Markings are clear. The patchbox has been refinished. Wood is fine with light handling marks. Bore is excellent with bright sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000 1114 - (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR GREENE .53 CALIBER BREECH-LOADING BOLT ACTION UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Greene Model: Breechloading Rifle Caliber/Bore: .53 Oval Barrel Length: 36” FFL Status: Antique These were made by A.H. Waters in Milbury, Massachusetts from 1859 to the early 1860’s. Total production of 1,500 for the US. Of important note, these guns are the first bolt action rifles procured by the US Government. Standard 3-band configuration. Underhammer. Oval bore. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina mixed with approximately 60% original barrel brown. Good case colors on hammer. Markings on tang are good. “U” marked barrel bands have original blue on them. Wood has dings and handling marks. Bore has some very minor pitting. Good mechanical function, although action needs a good cleaning. GR 2,000 - 3,000

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1115 - (A) HIGH CONDITION GWYN AND CAMPBELL .52 CALIBER TYPE II CARBINE. Manufacturer: Gwyn and Campbell Model: Type II Carbine Serial No. 3615 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique Civil War Cavalry Carbine, made by Edward Gwyn and Abner Campbell between 1863-1864 for total of 4,000 carbines. CONDITION: Near mint, with 90-95% bright case color on frame, hammer and lever. 95% bright fire blue on upper tang and loading gate. 95-98% original blue on barrel. 98% original blue on buttplate. Wood is near mint showing little wear and strong inspector cartouches. Proper sub-inspection stamps in correct locations. Would be most difficult to improve on -MKS- 1,750 - 2,250

1116 - (A) JOSLYN .52 CALIBER 1862 CARBINE PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Joslyn Model: 1862 Carbine Serial No. 2448 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Made by Joslyn Firearms Co., Stonington, Ct. with about 8500 Model 1862’s made. Used widely in the North by Union cavalry outfits these guns feature a breechloading rimfire action with rifled one band barrel. Front blade sight with folding leaf rear sight. Side hammer action with sling bar and ring. Walnut stock with brass trigger guard and buttplate. CONDITION: Overall good condition with metal fading to a silvery patina. Wood retains 50% original finish with some usage marks. Good mechanics with a shootable bore. DLM 1,750 - 2,250

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1117 - (A) REMINGTON NO. 1 SCHUETZEN SINGLE SHOT .40 - 1 - 7/8 ROLLING BLOCK TARGET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: No.1 Schuetzen Serial No. 5077 Caliber/Bore: .40 1 7/8 Centerfire Barrel Length: 32-1/4” FFL Status: Antique Rare Remington No.1 in an “off-hand” Schuetzen configuration. Total production of these rifles is unknown due to lack of Remington records or early advertising. Pictured on page 199 of the book “Remington Rolling Block Rifles, Carbines, & Shotguns / Sporting and Target Rifles by Roy Marcot. This rare rifle has a 32 - 1/4” full heavy octagon barrel. No barrel marking other than on bottom flat marked “40 1 7/8”. Deluxe grade checkered, pistol grip stock with Schuetzen style buttplate. Forearm with steel tip, fitted for a palm rest. Single set trigger. Remington short-range vernier tang sight, spirit level front sight. Blue with case hardened receiver. CONDITION: Very good overall with 85-90% original blue on barrel with scattered corrosion overall. Receiver a grey/brown patina overall. Stock is cracked at the wrist with an old repair. Missing rear barrel sight. Bore is excellent. Missing palm rest. Overall an attractive example of a rare Remington target rifle. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

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1118 - (A) GALLAGHER STANDARD MODEL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Gallagher Model: Standard Model Serial No. 12851 Caliber/Bore: .50 Percussion Barrel Length: 22 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique

Approximately 17,728 were manufactured by Richardson & Overman of Philadelphia. It featured iron mountings with blued barrel and case hardened frame, walnut buttstock, and iron patchbox. Right side of action is stamped with the Richardson & Overman logo and serial number, along with patent date. The final 5,000 manufactured were chambered for the Spencer .56-52 cartridge; all the early and standard models were percussion. It was considered one of the most disliked breech loading carbines to see service during the Civil War. Regardless of their soiled reputation, the 6th and 8th Kentucky Cavalries were partially armed with Gallaghers. The largest quantity issued was for the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 1,400 Gallaghers were sent to Major General William Rosecrans, Commander of the Army of the Cumberland. This carbine was also issued to the 10th Ohio, 9th Pennsylvania, and 4th Kentucky. The 3rd Indiana carried approximately 294 carbines into service at Cemetery Ridge during the Battle of Gettysburg. It was berated by both officers and men as a non-effective weapon. The carbine was also widely distributed by the 7th Iowa Cavalry. CONDITION: The barrel retains approximately 75% original blue finish mixing with patina and usual light handling marks. Both sides of frame retain generous areas of case colors. Patchbox and buttplate are basically patina. Initials “JM” are carved into stock on right side. Near mint bore with strong rifling. Very strong and clean condition. Any weapon of a type fought at Gettysburg is especially desirable. DB 3,000 - 4,000

1119 - (A) MARLIN BALLARD NO. 4 - 1/2 .22 RF SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Serial No. 10177 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Ballard No. 4 - 1/2 Mid Range Target Rifle chambered in special ordered .22 RF. 26” half octagon to round barrel. Select grain checkered walnut stock and forearm with horn forearm tip. Mid range tang sight. Broken combination fold down front and fixed rear barrel sights. CONDITION: Fair to good. Crack in buttstock. Broken front sight. No remaining original finishes, metal turning grey/brown patina with scattered oxidation. Bore is dark. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

1120 - (A) LOT OF TWO: FRANK WESSON .32 AND MARLIN BALLARD .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Frank Wesson (B) Marlin Model: (A) Single Shot (B) Ballard Serial No. (A) 157 (B) 30200 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RR (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 23 - 3/4” (B) 24 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Fifth type two trigger Frank Wesson single shot rifle with dual firing pins. Blued octagon barrel with globe front sight and rear notch sight (missing). Vernier tang peep sight with adjustable disc. Nickel finish engraved frame and trigger guard. Figured grain walnut stock with engraved iron buttplate. CONDITION: Barrel retains 70% original blue with corners worn to a silver color. Bore is excellent. Receiver retains 70% nickel finish with sharp engraving. Wood has scratches and dents from usage with remnants of original finish. Mechanics are good with the exception of firing mechanism missing hammer. (B) Ballard No. 2 sporting rifle action fitted with a 1903 M22 barrel marked “SA” and dated “12-33”. Original walnut stock with steel crescent butt. Walnut custom forearm. Case hardened action with aftermarket tang peep. CONDITION: Barrel retains 70% original military finish with an excellent bore. Action finish has faded to a brown patina. Wood retains 60% original finish with handling marks and crack behind action which seems to be solid. Good mechanics. DLM 1,200 - 1,600

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1121 - (A) VERY SCARCE REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT .38 RIMFIRE RIFLE. Manufacturer: Beals Model: Single Shot Serial No. 776 Caliber/Bore: .38 RF Barrel Length: 27 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique It is estimated less than 800 of these rifle were built between 1866-1870. Of these most were manufactured with gun metal bronze receivers, however this one being a scarce example of the iron framed group that is rarely encountered. Half octagon to round blued steel barrel. Nickel plated iron frame, lever, and buttplate. Straight grip walnut stock with rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent plus overall. Thinning blue on barrel, turned a blue/brown patina. Most all the original nickel is remaining with a lovely mellow patina. Stock possibly has finish added, however, is very nice showing little wear. Strong bore with tight action. A rare little gun. -MKS- 1,000 - 2,000

1122 - (A) BALL AND WILLIAMS .44 CALIBER BALLARD SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Ball and Williams Model: Lever Action Single Shot Serial No. 15725 Caliber/Bore: .44 RF Barrel Length: 28 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Made by Ball and Williams, Worcester, Massachusetts under Ballard’s Patent of 1861. Lever action single shot rifle with blued octagon barrel with rifle sights (rear missing). Walnut stocks with crescent steel butt and steel forend cap. CONDITION: Barrel turning a dark shade of brown with some external pitting. Dark bore with visible rifling and some pitting. Wood has some original finish with usage marks concurrent with a 150 year old gun. Gun functions. DLM 750 - 1,500

1123 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR .45-70 RIFLE AND CARBINE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) Trapdoor Serial No. (A) 511897 (B) 129338 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45-70 Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 30” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Model 1884 carbine. CONDITION: Good overall with mismatched parts. Wood has been over cleaned and sanded. The barrel and action have been reblued. The barrel band and buttplate are heavily pitted. Strong shootable bore. (B) Model 1873 rifle. CONDITION: Fine overall, partially restored. No visible inspector marks or cartouches. Metal is mostly a blue-brown patina. Strong clean bore. Wood is sound however has been sanded with finish added. -MKS- 700 - 1,100

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1124 - (A) PRE-CUSTER SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE, 1875 MANUFACUTRE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 40922 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Pre-Custer Springfield 1873 Carbine with high arch breech block and two position tumbler. Updated thick wrist butt stock with indiscernible SWP cartouche and steel buttplate with trap for tools. Cleaning rod and cartridge extractor in trap. Barrel band has stacking swivel, 1879 pattern “C” marked rear sight. Lock marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1873”. Smooth trigger in early two piece trigger guard assembly. CONDITION: Good with dark patina stock with numerous period blemishes. Barrel is an even brown. 1873 dated breechblock is silvered out with traces of case colors internally. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Action operates properly. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

1125 - (A) SPRINGFIELD .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: Trapdoor Carbine Serial No. 452714 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 73,000 Springfield trapdoor rifles and carbines chambered in .45-70 Government were manufactured between 1873-1877. This example has the later replaced stock with a cleaning rod trapdoor in the buttplate. CONDITION: Good overall. Fairly heavy pitting on barrel. Metal is an overall brown patina. Wood is sound showing moderate use. Bore is dark. Action is tight. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

1126 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1870 TRAPDOOR. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1870 Allin Conversion Serial No. 46639 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique 2nd Model Allin “Trapdoor” conversion of a Model 1870 Springfield rifle. Designed by Erskine S. Allin. Total of 25,000 altered at Springfield using 1863 percussion rifles. CONDITION: Very good overall. Metal has been polished bright. Bore is dark. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

1127 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1884 Serial No. 452539 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with 22” barrel. Saddle ring on left side. Rifle rear sight. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some traces of original blue on the barrel and some case colors on the breech block. All markings in metal are clear. Band appears to be refinished and is unmarked. Very faint trace of the cartouche present on the left side of the stock. Stock has been sanded. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000

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1128 - (A) SPENCER 1860 .56-50 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1865 Serial No. 58204 Caliber/Bore: .56-50 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Made by the Spencer Repeating Arms Company Boston, Massachusetts between 1863 and 1865. Six groove rifled barrel with rear windage sight and fixed front. Case hardened action with Spencer address and patent date of March 6, 1860. Tube magazine in buttstock with iron buttplate. Sling bar and ring on left side of action. Walnut wood stocks with no visible cartouches and sling swivel. CONDITION: Condition consistent with heavy usage with some light pitting on metal parts. Bore is shootable. Wood has heavy dings and usage marks. Mechanics are good. Great example of a Civil War era Spencer. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

1129 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .30-30 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1893 Serial No. C9504 Caliber/Bore: .30-30 Winchester Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Case hardened frame and lever with blue 26” round barrel barrel with full length magazine tube. Plain walnut stock and forearm. Crescent buttplate. Large German silver front sight, standard Marlin rear barrel sight. Barrel marked “-SPECIAL SMOKELESS STEEL-”. Plain walnut stock and forearm with varnish finish. Tang stamped “MODEL -1893-” Number “8” stamped on right side of stock at wrist. CONDITION: Fine overall with 85-90% bright original case color on frame and lever, mainly on left side. Approximately 97% original bright blue on barrel and magazine tube. Bore is a little dark with fine rifling. Stock and forearm refinished. Overall a nice clean Model 1893 with a shootable bore, chambered in a popular caliber. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

1130 - (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 .32 WCF AND 1886 .45-90 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (A) 1873 (B) 1886 Serial No. (A) 266141B (B) 40827 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 WCF (B) .45-90 WCF Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 26” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 1888 vintage Model 1873. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. (B) 1890 vintage Model 1886. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Both guns are completely refinished, with most all the reapplied blue remaining. Wood on the 1886 is refinished showing little wear since restoration. Wood on the 1873 is mostly original showing moderate to heavy wear. The 1873 stock and buttplate have been ground at the toe to a blunt profile. Both guns have strong bores and tight actions. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

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1131 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 .40-60 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1876 Serial No. 49481 Caliber/Bore: .40-60 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique

1884 vintage Model 1876. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube, plain walnut stock and forearm, rifle style crescent buttplate, and aftermarket sling swivels added. CONDITION: Excellent with 80-85% original blue overall. Good case color on hammer. Strong bore. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS4,500 - 6,500

1132 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 .22 SHORT LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 385327B Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Made in 1891 this Winchester Model 1873 is a rare rimfire model in .22 Short caliber. Gun features a blued action, full octagon barrel with rifle sights and tube fed magazine. Walnut wood stocks with steel crescent butt. CONDITION: Metal has turned to a plum brown finish with a poor bore. Rear sight is a replacement. Mechanics are good except dust cover does not come back on action cycling. Wood has faded old finish with small chunk of wood missing out of forearm. DLM 2,000 - 3,000 1133 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING 1878 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .45-100 AND ONE IN .40-70. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (BOTH 1878 Serial No. (A) 407 (B) 418 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-100 (B) .40-70 Barrel Length: (A) 34” (B) 30” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Made by John Moses Browning 1878-circa 1883 in Ogden, Utah. Gun has blued octagonal rifled barrel marked “Browning Bros Ogden, Utah, USA, Pat Oct 7, 1879, 45-100 and 407”. German silver blade front sight with rear adjustable sight. Case hardened action. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. Walnut forearm with slotted screw fastener. CONDITION: Barrel has overall pitted appearance with poor bore. Action has pitting and has brown color. Good mechanics. Wood has dry out weathered look and some shrinkage causing stock to be loose. Gun has been used hard and shows it. (B) Browning Brothers Model 1878 with blued rifled barrel marked “Browning Bros Ogden, Utah USA, Pat Oct 7, 1879, 40-70 and 410”. German silver front sight with rear adjustable sight. Case hardened action. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. Walnut forearm with fastening screw. CONDITION: Barrel has pitted appearance with readable markings. Bore is poor. Wood has weathered look with pin repair to wrist of stock. Forearm is weathered with exposed grain. Gun has good mechanics. Both guns exhibit heavy use but are still very hard items to find with only several hundred known to exist. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 1134 - (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .32 WCF, ONE IN .44 WCF. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1892 Serial No. (A) 109901 (B) 140486 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 WCF (B) .44 WCF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 24” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 1896 vintage. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good, brown patina overall. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Action is tight and crisp. (B) 1896 vintage. Half octagon to round barrel. Button magazine. Plain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Good overall. Mostly a dove grey patina. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Action is tight and crisp. Wood is sound with finish added. -MKS1,500 - 2,000

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1135 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO WINCHESTER 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINES IN .44 WCF. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial No. (A) 380217 (B) 100766A Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 WCF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 20” FFL Status: Antique

Lot consist of: (A) Winchester Model 1873 saddle ring carbine. Manufactured in 1891. Rifle retains its original sliding dust cover. Loading gate looks to have been replaced. Rear sight is not original to the rifle. Winchester markings on the barrel are almost completely worn off. Metal appears to have some kind of clear finish on it. Stock was refinished at one point in time. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a general patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Some minor pitting on the barrel and stock line. Stock is fair with numerous dings, scratches and handling marks. Bore is dirty with some workable rifling left. Mechanically fine. (B) Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine. Manufactured in 1882. Rifle retains its original sliding dust cover. Iron frame. Original rear sight. A previous owners initials have been carved into the stock and the side of the frame. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish. There are a few areas of heavy cleaning and polish. Wood is fair with numerous dings and scratches. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 1,500 - 2,000

1136 - (A) WINCHESTER 1892 .38 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Serial No. 39685 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique 1894 vintage Model 1892. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good. Grey-brown patina overall. Wood is sound with added finish showing moderate wear. Bore has good rifling with scattered abrasion. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

1137 - (A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .45 CALIBER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: 1878 Serial No. 525 Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 33 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Built by John Moses Browning 1878-circa 1883, this was Browning’s first successful design. This gun features a full octagon blued barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear sight with “Browning Bros Ogden, Utah USA” on top barrel flat and number “525” at rear near chamber. Chamber caliber .45 on barrel flat is blocked by extra added sight dovetail. Case hardened falling block action. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. Stock has initials “WC” on both sides of the stock. Walnut forearm with hardwood ramrod and iron pipes holding rod. CONDITION: Barrel blue has faded to brown with pitting and bore is poor. Action has pitting and is brown color. Wood has been cleaned and front forearm is a possible replacement. Good mechanically. A chance to own a rare rifle with only a few hundred estimated to exist. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

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1138 - (A) WINCHESTER FIRST MODEL 1873 RIFLE IN .44-40 (1879) Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 29512 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Winchester Barrel Length: 25” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1879. Winchester Model 1873 First Model rifle with second pattern checkered thumbprint dust cover. Octagon barrel with full magazine and two piece walnut stocks. Blade front sight with late 1880’s period elevator adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Fair, lightly pitted overall with legible legends, dark bore and worn stocks with small chip at confluence of receiver and wrist, forearm is cracked and repaired. Action operates properly. TDW 1,000 - 2,000

1139 - (A) WINCHESTER 1885 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1885 Serial No. 16181 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique 1887 vintage Model 1885 Low-Wall with thin frame. Tapered octagon barrel. Plain straight grip walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Fine with gunmetal grey patina overall. Wood is sound and clean showing moderate wear. Good bore, action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 750 - 1,000

1140 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1893 Serial No. 174702 Caliber/Bore: .32-40 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Model 1893 Marlin lever action rifle made in 1898. Blued octagon rifled barrel with blade front sight and rear adjustable sight. Full length tube magazine with solid case hardened action. Plain trigger with “Marlin Safety” mark on top of receiver. Walnut plain wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. CONDITION: Metal has faded to a silvery patina. Good bore with good mechanics. Wood has handling marks and scratches with traces of original varnish. DLM 600 - 1,000

1141 - (A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: 1878 Caliber/Bore: .32-40 Barrel Length: 29 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Made by John Moses Browning in Ogden, Utah. This Model 1878 has blued unmarked rifled octagon barrel with globe front sight, plugged rear sight dovetail and Vernier tang sight. Case hardened action with “S” lever. Walnut checkered Schuetzen style stock with nickeled Swiss buttplate and cheek piece. Walnut checkered forearm with ebony inlay. CONDITION: Metal has silvery patina finish with light pitting. Shootable bore. Wood has traces of original finish with pieced toe repair. Good mechanics. DLM 800 - 1,200

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1142 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .32-20 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 483662B Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Winchester Third Model 1873 rifle chambered for the .32-20 cartridge and produced in 1894. Octagonal barrel with blade front sight and elevator adjustable rear sight. Full magazine with walnut stocks and crescent butt. CONDITION: Good with bright bore and worn muzzle. Light traces of blue finish in protected areas with balance turning patina. Stocks are good with numerous bumps and dents but no cracks or major distress. TDW 750 - 1,000

1143 - (A) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION MUSKETS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial No. (A) 61581 (B) 32435 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44-40 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 30” FFL Status: Antique

1144 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 .50-50 CARBINE WITH CARTRIDGE BOX. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1860 Serial No. 43173 Caliber/Bore: .50/50 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique

1145 - (A) US SPENCER MODEL 1865 LEVER ACTION CARBINE WITH STABLER CUT-OFF. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1865 Serial No. 9240 Caliber/Bore: .50 Spencer Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique

Lot consists of: (A) 1880 vintage and (B) 1879 vintage. Both guns are standard three band musket configuration with full length forearms. CONDITION: (A) Good overall with no original finish remaining. Wood is sound showing moderate to heavy use. Strong bore. Action is tight. Replaced rear barrel sight. (B) Good overall. Metal has been polished with randomly applied areas of cold blue. Replaced rear barrel sight. Replaced stock with a rifle style crescent buttplate. Wood has been sanded. Bore is strong. Action is tight. -MKS- 2,500 - 3,000

Standard production model 1860 Spencer carbine. This gun is accompanied by a leather cartridge box that is marked on the inside flap “E.A. GROSSMAN & CO./ NEWARK/ NJ”. The box has a wood insert which held 20 cartridges, 7 period cartridges are included. Provenance, according to the consignor, is that the carbine, cartridges and cartridge box were issued to a relative from Hillsborough, NH, an officer in the 1st New Hampshire Cavalry. A limited research of the Spencer serial number suggest that it was initially issued to the 72nd Indiana Mounted Infantry, part of Col. John Wilder’s “Lightening Brigade” before being reissued to the 1st NH cavalry. Wilder’s Brigade is renowned for having first used the Spencer rifles and carbines in armed conflict at the battle of Hoover’s Gap, Tennesse. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall showing signs of having been lightly cleaned. Some pitting. Markings on top of the receiver are worn but legible. Stocks have dings and handling marks, showing saddle wear on the left side of the butt. Cartouches appear to have been freshened. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Good mechanical function. Cartridge box is fine with some crazing to the outer flap. Stitching is solid, no rips or tears in leather. Markings are clear. Belt loops are intact. Cartridges have a pleasing patina to them. GR 2,500 - 3,500

Made in 1865 to 1866 only. Rifle features a two piece walnut stock, single barrel band, rear butt sling swivel, case colored frame and blued barrel. You will find the stabler cut-off within the 1-23000 serial range. This saddle ring carbine features a six groove barrel. The barrel is stamped “M-1865”. Stamped with various US inspector stamps with “W” on left side of barrel and “N” on left side of frame. The frame bridge has the Spencer stamp and dated 1860. CONDITION: The barrel is a smooth blue, drifting patina. Colors have darkened. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent with usual bruises. Bore is strong. 1,500 - 2,500 56

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1146 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ENFIELD MARTINI HENRY .577/450 LEVER ACTION RIFLES WITH BOXES. Manufacturer: (Both) Enfield Model: (Both) Martini Henry Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .577/450 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Martini Henry MK II Short Lever rifle dated 1874 with box and paperwork from IMA. Rifle is British proofed. Nepalese markings on the butt. Original cleaning rod is present. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal has wear in areas, with some light pitting in areas around the stock line. The bore is frosted, but does have rifling present. Stock is fair, with numerous dings, scratches and small gouges. (B) Martini Henry MK II short lever rifle dated to 1876 with box and paper work from IMA. Rifle is British proofed. Nepalese markings on the stock. Original cleaning rod is present. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal has wear in areas, with some light pitting in areas around the stock line. The bore is frosted, but does have rifling present. Stock is fair, with numerous dings, scratches and small gouges. Paperwork denotes these rifles were purchased from IMA (Atlanta Cutlery) in the mid 2000’s. A nice pair of historical rifles for any military collection. JA 700 - 1,000

1147 - (A) JOSEPH MANTON SIDE BY SIDE GAME SHOTGUN MOST LIKELY CONVERTED FROM VERY SCARCE PATCH LOCK GUN CA 1816, WITH ORIGINAL TYPE CASE AND SOME ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: J Manton Length of Pull: 13 - 7/8” Model: Side by Side Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .070 (R) Barrel Length: 31 - 1/2” .065 FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Gauge Drop at Comb: 1 - 7/16” Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .670 Drop at Heel: 1 - 1/2”+ Weight: 8 lbs 7 oz. The revered Joseph Manton along with a number of others, including James Purdey, were searching for an easy way to use a fulminating mixture to ignite the powder charge of a gun or rifle during the transition time of mid 1810-1820. Manton tried a number of ways, the most successful being his tubelock of which a fairly large number of guns were made around 1818-1820, before the now familiar percussion nipple came into use. It appears that the patch lock devised by Manton, although made around 1816, was very close to this later system. Examples of which are very rare, most all converted to normal percussion. It appears that this gun was originally made as a patch lock with later percussion conversion. It is interesting to note that there are no serial numbers present anywhere on the gun, and its likely period of manufacture corresponds with one of Joseph Manton’s many legal disputes. It is possible that this gun was sold unnumbered simply to raise ready cash. It has 31 - 1/2” twist barrels engraved “Joseph Manton” on broad elevated rib. An area in front of this engraved name has been cleaned and re-browned to remove additional Manton information normally present. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with London black powder proofs, no barrel forgers mark is present. Unnumbered greenheart ramrod with horn tip and brass tail is held by two plain pipes. Patent breeches with vented platinum blow-outs and early style percussion nipples have top area cut away at an angle, typical for known patch lock guns. Breech iron is engraved with acanthus and is cut away at sides with no fences. Fences are integral with lockplates in early style, also as found on patch lock guns. Flat lockplates with truncated tails are fitted with very heavy bodied slightly swept hammers with removable noses in earliest percussion style. Locks and hammers are engraved with coiling sea monsters and well cut open scroll. “Joseph Manton” “London” is on each lockplate. Other furniture is of iron. Trigger plate is filed and engraved with traditional pineapple motif, matching thimble. Trigger guard is engraved with more sea monsters on bow, and blued steel buttplate also has another monster and scroll along extended top tang. Stock of relatively plain, but dense, European walnut has widely spaced flat top point pattern checkering at grip. A vacant silver rectangle is at top grip. Stock attaches to barrels with captive side nail through plain oval silver escutcheons. Gun is housed in vintage Manton mahogany case with pivoting hook closure and typical ivory lined teardrop key hole. Brass folding D-ring handle on top has central medallion engraved with crest of what appears to be Fleming clan, with the motto “Let the Deed Shew” on belt, under a goats head. Initials “RSF” are in center within belt. Interior is lined in green cloth, and Joseph Manton, 11 Hanover Square label is in lid. Gun fits partitions well, but not perfectly. Case is arranged with removable lock platform in early style. Accessories include a brass bodied powder measure marked “PATENT”, and an early type shot pouch with removable scoop. Area under lock platform contains an old wad punch and some percussion caps. CONDITION: Fine. Barrels retain 70-80% of what appears to be original brown, with aforementioned touch up. Locks and breech iron retain a considerable amount, perhaps as much as 50% original case hardening color. Stock appears to be refinished, but possibly just has considerable added oil, and retains most of that finish with wood considerably below buttplate (possible shrinkage). Trigger guard and buttplate retain most of what is possibly their original blue. Bores are very fine. Locks are excellent, flash shields have several small cracks in them from use.. Case appears to have been refinished many years ago, with many subsequent scrapes and scratches, with repaired cracks in lid. Interior cloth is good with some rubs and repairs. Label is good with considerable soiling and foxing. All in all an interesting early Manton. MGM57. 6,000 - 9,000

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1148 - (A) BERNADELLI 16 GAUGE HAMMER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Bernadelli Model: Hammer Serial No. 62832 Barrel Length: 27 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/8” Drop at Heel: 1 - 1/4” Length of Pull: 13 - 3/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) Full (R) Mod Gauge: 16 Gauge Weight: 6lbs 10oz Made by Bernadelli in Italy, this Pigeon Grade hammer shotgun features blued steel barrels with coin finish floral engraved action. Walnut checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate and grip cap. Walnut checkered splinter type forearm with push button release. Gun has extractors and double triggers. CONDITION: Gun looks to be used very little with some light handling marks and good mechanics. DLM 1,750 - 2,250

1149 - (A) INTERESTING H.V. PERRY OF NEW YORK PERCUSSION TWO BARREL SET WITH CASE. Manufacturer: HV Perry Model: O/U Barrel Length: (Both Sets) 28” FFL Status: Antique Chamber: Percussion Gauge: (A) (BOTH) 20 Bore (B) .38 Rifled / 20 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (A) .620 Likely made in the late 1860’s by H.V. Perry, this is an interesting New York made percussion two barrel set. Barrel set A is 28” long, O/U 20 bore barrels (measures .620) with ramrod on right side and is finished brown. Barrel set 2 is approximately .38 caliber over 20 bore and is marked “H.V. Perry / Fredonia, NY” and also has ramrod on side. Back action locks, double triggers, and large buckhorn sight on top tang. Trigger guard made of brass. Tiger striped stock with brass patchbox on sides, brass buttplate and brass fitting to 1” period stock extension. Housed in a black painted period wood box with wadcutters and other accessories. CONDITION: Very fine. Barrels retain about 75% of what appears to be original browning. Locks are mostly gray with mere hints of color on left. Stocks are very good with minor handling marks. Bores are surprisingly good. Case is fair with wear and markings but has obviously done a good job of preserving the contents. Accessories are good to very good. Altogether a rare unit worthy of a hard look. JSL 2,000 - 3,000

1150 - (A) SCARCE J.D. DOUGALL LOCKFAST MODEL SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: JD Dougall Model: SxS Serial No. 3403 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 10 This interesting gun made with “59 St. James St. London” barrel address was a high grade gun when new. High quality damascus barrels with plain top rib. Action is engraved with about 65% scroll coverage. Hammers engraved en suite. Splinter forend with rotary opener is near fully checkered. Straight grip buttstock with gold oval near toe, drop points behind locks terminates with beautiful heel and toe plates which are also engraved. Housed in its original full leather case with red felt interior. CONDITION: Good. Retains nice damascus pattern, bores with some frosting. Action retains a hint of color but mostly gray. Checkering has thinned on both forend and butt. Case is fair with leather cracking and drying. Interior is soiled. JSL 1,500 - 2,500

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1151 - (A) A. VALENCE 16 GAUGE PINFIRE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: A. Valence Model: Side by Side Pinfire Barrel Length: 29 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 5/8” Length of Pull: 13 - 5/8” Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .031 (R) .032 Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Choke: (L) .009 (R) .001 Gauge: 16 Pinfire Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .668 (R) .661 Weight: 6lbs 4oz

Rare, beautiful, and vintage 16 bore French browned Damascus 29-1/4” side by side barrels. Matted concave rib reads “Grand Prix Exp on Unionville 1889” (Grand Prize of World’s Fair 1889) in gold. Peninsula engraved pinfire hammer locks engraved with makers name “A. Valence”. Gold floral inlay and surrounding light floral scroll. Unique dual under lever bottom action and forearm with light floral scroll engraving and gold inlay matching peninsula locks. Ornately carved stock with finely checkered long grip and steel buttplate. Barrel and stock both fitted with loops for sling. St. Etienne black powder proofs. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain 90% plus of their brown with slight handling marks. Stock has been refreshed, still with some slight marks. CP 3,000 - 4,000

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1152 - (A) L.C. SMITH 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: L.C. Smith Model: SxS Serial No. 1099 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Choke: Full & Improved Cylinder Gauge: 12 Gauge

Early 1918 Fulton gun, No. 4 grade. Full figured English walnut with finely cut hand checkering with classic “S” style grip. Double triggers, ejectors. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 90%+ thinning blue on the barrels. Five or six areas where barrels have been over-cleaned (removing oxidation). 80-85% bright case colors on frame. Trigger guard mostly brown-grey patina. Wood and checkering showing light to moderate wear. Bores are bright and clean. Ejectors are a bit sticky. Action is tight. -MKS- 3,000 - 4,000

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1153 - (A) WILLIAMS & POWELL 16 BORE DOUBLE HAMMER GUN CONVERTED FROM PERCUSSION WITH MAHOGANY CASE. Manufacturer: Williams & Powell Model: SxS Double Hammer Gun Serial No. 4630 Barrel Length: 29” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Neutral Cast Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .020 (R) .022 Choke: (L) .000 - Cylinder (R) .000 - Cylinder Gauge: 16 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .674 (R) .676 Weight: 6 lbs 13 oz. 29” Laminated steel barrels are engraved “Williams & Powell Patentees 25 South Castle St Liverpool” and “Converted By W. B. Barratt. Burton on Trent” on medium game rib. A shoe lump has been added and bottoms of barrels are stamped with Birmingham black powder proofs. Case hardened action with right side lever is fitted with original percussion non-rebounding locks having round bodied serpentine hammers. Action and locks are scroll engraved. There are pairs of dogs at tails of each lockplate. Trigger guard is also engraved with dogs and birds. Serial number is on tang. Nicely marbled and fiddle figured European walnut straight grip buttstock measures 14-1/2” over steel buttplate with long top tang. Matching splinter forend attaches to barrels with sliding side bolt through shaped steel escutcheons. Gun is housed in what appears to be its original mahogany case with inlet D-handle lined in green cloth with old paper Williams & Powell label in lid. Bottom compartment reconfigured and contains some loading tools, nipple key, bone handled cleaning brush, and small pewter oil bottle. CONDITION: Good to fine. Barrels have most of an old brown finish. Walls at front part of chambers are under .090. Action and locks have a considerable amount of newer case hardening color most likely applied at time of conversion. Stocks have numerous marks and dents in old oil refinish. Checkering worn. Bores are good with scattered pitting. Action is tight. Locks are fine. Case has some cracks in lid, with a missing piece at rear. Interior cloth is good. Label is oil soaked, foxed, and with areas rubbed through. MGM44. 2,000 - 3,000

1154 - (A) RARE ROPER REPEATING RIFLE CO. ROTARY MAGAZINE REPEATING 16 GAUGE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Roper Repeating Rifle Co. Model: Rotary Shotgun Serial No. 150 Barrel Length: 25 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Gauge Made between 1869 and 1876, these guns took a proprietary percussion primed steel shell. They featured a four shot rotary internal magazine and fired from an open bolt. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some blue on the barrel and some light surface rust. Markings are clear. Wood stock has some light dings and handling marks with beautiful grain pattern. Bore is dark with light pitting. Action operates at this present time, but are known to fragile. Still a very scarce and interesting gun. GR 1,000 - 2,000

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1155 - LOT OF 18 GLASS TARGET BALLS. Lot consists of (A) Unmarked smooth amber hued ball. Several casting flaws visible on the body of the glass. Triple mold seam. (B) Unmarked purple hued ball. Triple mold seam. Rough throat that was chipped long ago. (C) Unmarked aqua green hued ball. Double mold seam. (D) Lightly aqua hued unmarked ball. Double mold seam. A few large manufacturing bubbles. (D) Unmarked blue hued ball. Quad mold seam. (E) Unmarked blue tinged ball with color stronger toward base. Triple mold seam. (F) Unmarked deep blue hued ball. Triple mold seam. (G) Annie Oakley Commemorative ball. Finish has rubbed in a few places. (H) Unmarked amber ball. Triple mold seam. Exterior covered in what appears to be dried adhesive; may have been a preservative or a sand on ball that never received sand rolling. (I) Unmarked, deep amber almost to the point of red. Triple mold seam. Base with residue from blowing. (J) Diminutive pinkish glass ball of gallery size, with wood shavings inside. unmarked, no mold lines. Some staining to interior. (K) Diminutive deep blue glass ball of gallery size, with wood shavings inside. Unmarked with no mold lines. (L) Very small pinkish glass ball of gallery size, unmarked, with a tiny spout at one end. Stained. (M) Composition gallery ball. Two part mold line, with one side significantly rougher than the other. (N) Unmarked light amber ball with triple mold seam. Bottom with residue from casting, mold lines are very heavy. (O) Unmarked light amber ball. Some residue from blowing at the bottom. (P) Pitch ball with two part mold seam. Bottom with patent date that has now become largely illegible due to warping, legible part includes “SEPT 1879 / C. NO. / PATENTED.” (Q) Small clay piece, resembling a pipe stem and painted brown. CONDITION: Balls are good to very good as described. Balls have various levels of bubbling from manufacture. EW 1,000 - 1,500

1156 - LOT OF EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS WITH STANDS, INCLUDING TWO BOGARDUS BALLS. Lot consists of (A) Unembossed brown-amber ball with seven horizontal ridges and one vertical mold seam. Jagged spout. (B) Blue ball with crosshatch design and flattened equatorial band with “N.B. Glass Works Perth” with reversed “S”s and upside down “P”s. Jagged spout. (C) Unembossed blue target ball with some of the detritus filling used to simulate shooting a bird. Five mold lines. Staining on interior. (D) Emerald green “Shooter” ball with embossed man with a shotgun in a reserve amidst crosshatching. Three mold lines. Bottom half hatching soft. (E) “N.B Glass Works Perth” embossed ball, with correct Arabic orientation on letters. Pale aqua coloring. (F) Borgadus glass ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial “BOGARDUS GLASS BALL PAT’D APR. 10 1877.” Flattened areas around spout and at curved base. Rich amber color. Three part mold line. (E) Bogardus glass ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial “BOGARDUS GLASS BALL PAT’D APR. 10 1877.” Flattened area around spout and at curved base. Three part mold lot. (F) E. Jones ball with crosshatching and equatorial flattened strip with “E. JONES BLACKBURN LANCASTER (?)”. E. Jones clearly legibly, rest of embossing very soft as is typical for this ball. Three part mold seam. CONDITION: Balls are good to very good for glass of this age, with some staining as mentioned. No discernible cracks or nicks. Balls with various levels of bubbling. EW 1,000 - 2,000

1157 - LOT OF FIVE: FIVE GLASS BOGARDUS TARGET BALLS, INCLUDING A RARE HOBNAIL. Lot consists of (A) Deep amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading “BOGARDUS’ GLASS BALL PAT’d APR. 10. 1877.” Smooth band around neck and base where crosshatching does not reach. Triple mold seam. (B) Light green hue ball with diamond crosshatching. Flattened equatorial band reading “BOGARDUS’ GLASS BALL PAT’d APR. 10. 1877.” Smooth band around neck and at base where cross hatching does not reach. Lower half of has softened crosshatching. (C) Light amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading “BOGARDUS GLASS BALL PAT’d APR. 10. 1877.” Triple mold seam. (D) Deep amber hued ball with “hobnail” pattern and flattened equatorial band reading “BOGARDUS’ GLASS BALL PAT’d APR. 10. 1877”. Triple mold seam. Hobnails at base softened. (E) Deep blue hued ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading “BOGARDUS’ GLASS BALL PAT’d APR. 10. 1877”. CONDITION: Balls are in good condition for their age, complete, with no discernible cracks or damage. Balls have various levels of bubbling and residue from when blown. A nice lot of Bogardus’s, including a rare hobnail. EW 2,500 - 3,500

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1158 - LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS. Lot consists of (A) Light amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching. Flattened equatorial band void of any embossing. Triple mold seam. Ground spout. (B) Amber hued ball with diamond cross hatching that lengthens towards spout. Flattened equatorial bound reading “SOPHIENHUTTE IN ILMENAU (THUR)”. Two piece mold seam. Color darker at spout and base, ball is somewhat lopsided as blown. (C) Green tinged hue with diamond crosshatching, flattened equatorial band reading “CHARLOTTENBERG CLASHUTTEN Dr. A. FRANK.” Two piece mold seam. (D) Amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching coupled with a hobnail pattern at each intersecting line. Tall neck. Top of ball and base have crosshatching become straight lines. Probably German. (E) Aqua tinged hue. Diamond crosshatching running to neck. Flattened equatorial band reading “N B GLASS WORKS PERTH N B GLASS WORKS PERTH” with standard Arabic orientations. Flattened base as blown, with crosshatching running to base. Some staining on interior. Two part mold seam. (F) Deep blue hue with diamond crosshatching running from spout to base; base has a band around it where crosshatching lines meet. Two part mold seam runs horizontally. Possibly French, given design of spout. (G) Deep blue hue with spiraling diamond crosshatching with flattened equatorial band reading “VAN CUTSEM a St. QUENTIN”. Three part mold seam. (H) Deep blue hue with spiraling diamond crosshatching with vertical lines running through equatorial band. Likely French given its spout. CONDITION: Balls are very good with no discernible damage or cracks, except as noted. Balls have various levels of bubbling and residue from blowing. EW 1,200 - 1,800 1159 - LOT OF TEN: TEN GLASS TARGET BALLS. Lot consists of (A) C. Newman ball, light amber color, with crosshatch design and a smooth equatorial line with “C. Newman” for Carlton Newman. Jagged spout. (B) Unembossed deep amber ball, with seven horizontal rings and a crossed design at base. (C) Ira Paine ball with equatorial “IRA PAINE’S FILLED BALL PAT. OCT .23 1877.” There is an additional “B” over “Oct”. Three piece mold lines, jagged spout, rich amber hue. (D) Ira Paine ball with equatorial “IRA PAINE’S FILLED BALL PAT. OCT .23 1877.” What may have once been a “B” over “Paines”. Lettering considerable softened. (E) Ira Paine ball with equatorial “IRA PAINE’S FILLED BALL PAT. OCT .23 1877.” “F” above “Paines”. Lettering softened. Three piece mold marks. Filled with feathers and other detritus of recent vintage. (F) Unembossed deep blue ball, with seven horizontal rings, base was the turn off and shows. Jagged spout. (G) Sand on ball with “PAT SEPT 25TH 1877”, date corresponds to date patent given to William Butterworth, Corning Glass-Works. Two mold seam, jagged spout. (H) Clear glass ball with two mold seam. Patent date attributes to Charles Tatum, NY. Some interior staining. (I) Unembossed amber boss with six vertical ridges and a central mold line. Some internal staining, and glass slag visible on one edge of mold. (J) J. Palmer O’Neill & Co, Pittsburgh. Two mold seam. Strong embossing, somewhat soft. This ball hit something or was rapped by a sharp strike a long time ago, a spiderweb crack is emanating from the strike point, which is missing its piece of glass. Exercise extreme caution to prevent further damage. CONDITION: Balls are good to very good for glass of this age, with no discernible damage except as noted. Balls have various levels of bubbling to glass. EW 1,000 - 2,000 1160 - LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS, MOSTLY EUROPEAN, INCLUDING A RARE GURD AND SON. Lot consists of (A) Deep blue hue with diamond crosshatching and a flattened equatorial band with “N.B. GLASS WORKS PERTH” with reversed Ss and upside down P. Smooth band around spout. Triple mold seam. (B) Light blue hue with diamond crosshatching and a flattened equatorial band “N.B. GLASS WORKS PERTH” with reversed Ss and upside down P. Smooth band around spout. Triple mold seam. (C) Unmarked blue hue ball with square crosshatching, blank flattened equatorial band. (D) Slightly opaque ball with diamond crosshatching with smooth equatorial band with “N.B. GLASS WORKS PERTH” with standard Arabic orientation. (E) Light blue hue with diamond crosshatching and a flattened equatorial band reading “E. JONES GUNMAKER BLACKBORN LANCS” (?). Embossing difficult to read, as is standard with these balls. Triple mold seam. (F) Smooth amber hued ball with equatorial band embossed “GURD & SON 185 DUNDAS STREET LONDON ONT”. Triple mold seam. A rare Canadian made ball. (G) Deep blue with wide square crosshatching. Flattened equatorial band. Wide spout characteristic of French balls. (H) Deep blue ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading “WW GREENER St MARYS WORKS BIRMm & 68 HAYMARKET LONDON.”. Triple mold seam. CONDITION: Balls are in good to very good condition with no discernible damage. Balls have various levels of bubbling as part of manufacture. EW 1,000 - 1,500 1161 - LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ENGLISH GLASS TARGET BALLS. Lot consists of (A) Classic English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Clear coloring, now somewhat opaque with age. Blown lopsided. Soft embossing. Three part mold seam. (B) English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Purple hue. Three part mold seam. (C) English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Extremely lightly pink hued. Three part mold line. One area of cracking where ball was rapped with a sharp strike. (D) English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Green hue. 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1162 - COLLECTORS LOT OF NINE OIL BOTTLES. Lot consists of (A) Nickel plated “E.J. Churchill” of London square bottle. (B) Round Holland and Holland oil bottle. (C) Round Cogswell and Harrison bottle. (D) Square Abercrombie and Fitch bottle marked on top “A.F. & Co New York”. (E) Watson Bros. square glass oil bottle. (F) Round John Rigby and Co. oil bottle. (H) J. Purdey and Sons square oil bottle. (I) Round glass James Woodward and Sons oil bottle. (J) Extremely rare round C. Parker oil bottle. A nigh impossible item to find! CONDITION: Overall excellent. If you have been on the gun for any of these bottles, here is your chance! They are wonderful accessories for proper period casings. JSL 800 - 1,200

1163 - RARE 1916 WINCHESTER SALESMAN CATALOG WITH WINCHESTER SALESMAN ARTHUR PETRIE’S ID BADGE. Extremely rare 1916 Winchester salesman’s catalog made for use by the company’s salesforce. This particular book was found in the estate of Winchester salesman Arthur J. Petrie and his company I.D. badge accompanies the lot. Salesman catalog with black faux leather cover with gold embossing. Sections inside are tabbed for each model available and there are note taking pages which are filled with interesting notes from Mr. Petrie during his travels. Book is roughly 300 or so pages and measures 9” x 5 - 3/4”. ID badge shows a later in life photo of Mr. Petrie with his employee number of 20232. It is yellow in color and has a leather and clear plastic holder. CONDITION: Very good. Spine and pages are brittle, faux leather with scuffs and abrasion, but overall very good for its age and use. Badge is excellent. This lot is worthy of a hard look by any Winchester enthusiast who wants to know what a day in the life of a Winchester salesman looked like! A really cool time capsule! JSL 1,000 - 1,500

1164 - LOT OF THREE: GERMAN CLAW MOUNT SCOPES. Lot consists of (A) Hensoldt Dural-Dialytan 4X with offset claw mounts believed to be for Mannlicher Schoenauer. Post and cross wire reticle with leather lens covers. CONDITION: Clear optics with functioning adjustments. (B) Early steel tube Hensoldt Diaytan 4X scope with claw mounts. Appears to be pre-World War II period. CONDITION: Slightly cloudy optics. (C) Paisch 2X steel tube rifle scope with claw mounts. Post and cross wire reticle, believed to be for Mauser .22 Trainer. CONDITION: Clear optics. TDW 800 - 1,200

1165 - LOT OF THREE STEVENS SCOPES. Lot consists of (A) J. Stevens Model 550 tube scope with rings for dove tail use with external adjustments. CONDITION: Good with clear optics. (B) Stevens Model 368 Tube scope with no rings or bases. CONDITION: Good with slightly cloudy optics. (C) J. Stevens model 477 Tube scope with no rings or bases. CONDITION: Cloudy optics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW 500 - 750

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1166 - INCREDIBLY RARE PARKER BROS. POSTER AND CALENDAR DATED 1905 Made for promotional purposes for the 1905 shooting world, this extremely rare calendar measures approximately 14 - 1/4” wide by 18 - 1/2” tall. It shows many of the most successful shooters of the day including S. A. Tucker, and A. W. DuBray and many others. Towards the bottom is a calendar pad which is near full starting with March 1905. There is quite a bit of verbiage on the piece displaying the Parker shotgun and its successful wins at many clubs around the country the previous year. CONDITION: Very fine. Corners are lightly rounded and there is some minor staining on the bottom 1/4”, otherwise very good. String hanger on top. This is an incredibly rare and desirable piece of Parker paper. This cataloger has only ever seen one other of this calendar in more than 30 years of actively chasing Parker ephemera. JSL 3,500 - 5,500

1167 - SCARCE ORIGINAL PETERS “TRUE BLUE” METAL ADVERTISING SIGN. A very popular reproduced sign, this is an early original which measures 16 - 3/4” x 13”. Depicts 3 puppies in game coat pockets with true blue shells loaded in to cartridge bag and hat on rack. CONDITION: Very good with some minor staining and fading though may clean to excellent. Corners with nail holes do show some rust. A beautiful gun room item or piece of bar decor. JSL 1,500 - 2,500

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1168 - EXTREMELY RARE PARKER BROS. & REMINGTON 1934 SALESMAN CATALOG. Rare catalog made with red faux leather binding and measures 20” long x 10” wide. Begins with the Parker shotguns showing tabs for all grades including a DHE Trap model and VHE Skeet model. Also has tabs for the Remington guns including tabs for the Model 8, 11, 31, 32, etc. but those graphics and info pages are not present. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Shows some edge wear and minor scuffs but overall excellent for its age and use. These were used heavily by travelling salesmen for Parker & Remington and are rarely if ever found in any condition at all. These are extremely rare and collectible items for Parker and Remington collectors. JSL 1,500 - 2,500

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1169 - INCREDIBLY RARE FRAMED KYNOCH SHOTSHELL DISPLAY MIRROR. This incredible piece is framed in its original mission oak style frame with gold foil embossed printing “KYNOCH” on top frame with “AMMUNITION” in gold foil on bottom frame. Both are easily readable but somewhat faded. The 54 shotshell images along with the company logo in center are full color decals. CONDITION: There is some crazing and some small missing areas but mostly minor. These are so rare and so fragile, it is amazing given that this piece is probably over a hundred years old that it has survived at all. Has some great cartridges such as Bonax, Primax, Opex and others. All are in color, most have company name printed. In 1863, Kynoch took over the business, which was subsequently renamed G. Kynoch and Co. In 1895 Kynoch built an explosives factory east of Shell Haven Creek, Essex (now known as Coryton). This opened in 1897, with an estate for employees called Kynochtown. Products included cordite, guncotton, gunpowder, and cartridges. Kynoch 12 bore shotgun cartridges from the 1893-1914 period, pre-dating the First World War. The ‘Opex’ was an expensive, very good quality ‘ejector’ case which was available in most bore sizes from 4 to 20. The ‘Kynoid’ was Kynoch’s 2nd quality game cartridge (the ‘Grouse’ was the top quality). The ‘Primax’ was the 3rd quality case and the ‘Bonax’ the 4th quality. Framed 27” x 31”. DB 800 - 1,500

1170 - LOT OF 32 BOXES OF .22 AMMUNITION. Great lot of collector .22 caliber ammunition with many rare boxes and most appear to sealed and full. Observed examples include a brick of UMC .22 B.B. Caps, Dominion “Bisley”, Remington .22 Winchester and Winchester proof loads. CONDITION: We have not inspected every box, but most are factory sealed and range in condition from good to fair condition. Several have broken seals and the brick is missing an end flap. Great collector lot. DLM 800 - 1,200

1171 - LOT OF 3: CRATES OF 1100 & 1500 ROUNDS OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM AMMO TOTALING 3700 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: Two crates of 1100 rounds and one crate of 1500 rounds totaling 3700 rounds of 7.62x39 ammunition. Crates are sealed and are all marked “CHINA”. All look to be late 1980s, and early 1990s production. CONDITION: Crates are sealed. Outsides of crates vary, with most being in good condition. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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1172 - LOT OF THREE: EXTREMELY RARE ROBINS HOOD AMMUNITION COMPANY .44 BALL FOR MARBLES GAME GETTER, PETERS .44 GAME GETTER CARTRIDGES, AND PETERS .44 XTRA LONG SHOT. Lot consists of (A) This extremely rare full and complete .44 ball ammunition loaded by the Robins Hood Ammunition Company prior to 1915 when they were absorbed by Remington/UMC and after 1908 when the Marbles Game Getter was introduced. Headstamp RHA 44GG. CONDITION: Good, full worn label. (B) Full Box of Peters 44 Game Getter round ball cartridges. These cartridges are factory loaded using .44-40 brass with round ball. CONDITION: Good box with excellent label. (C) Full complete box of Peters .44 Xtra Long Shot cartridges loaded for Stevens rifles. CONDITION: Fair, box complete with broken edges. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW 1,000 - 2,000 1173 - LOT OF EIGHT: CANS, BAGS, AND CRATE OF 7.62 NATO AMMUNITION TOTALING 2130 ROUNDS. Lot consist of: Eight cans, bags and a crate of .308 ammunition totaling 2130 rounds. Included are two cans of 7.62 NATO blanks, with Lake City headstamps on M60 links. One can of 200 rounds of belted 7.62 NATO in M60 style cardboard boxes and carry cases. Manufacture is “WCC”. Ammo is linked as four rounds of M80 ball and one round of M62 tracer. One .30 caliber can contains 200 rounds of linked 7.62 NATO Tracer. Three 200 round battle packs of South American 7.62 NATO. Ammo is M80 Ball and looks to have a headstamp of 1970. Crate of 880 rounds of 7.62 NATO ammunition is sealed. Possibly of South American origin. CONDITION: Ammunition looks to have been stored well. Cans and crates are good with light wear. JA 1,500 - 2,000

1174 - LOT OF FOUR: TWO CRATES OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM & TWO AMMO CANS OF HUNGARIAN 7.62X54R. Lot consist of: Two crates of Chinese 7.62x39. Crates are sealed and look to contain 1100 rounds each for a total of 2200 rounds. Lot also contains over 700 rounds of Hungarian light ball 7.62x54. Silver tipped bullet with corrosive primers. 440 rounds are in a sealed can, while the other approximately 300 rounds are loose packed in a .30 caliber can. A can opener is included. CONDITION: Ammo appears to have been stored well. Crates and cans are all in very good condition. JA 800 - 1,200

1175 - LOT OF 17 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Collector’s lot ranging from Winchester .351 Self-loading, .32-20 Winchester, .32 Short Rimfire, .32 Automatic to .22 W.R.F.. Some boxes sealed and some opened with missing rounds. No empty boxes. CONDITION: Most boxes are sealed but rough. Winchester .351 box missing roughly 10 rounds. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 600 - 800

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1176 - LOT OF 10 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: (A) Winchester .32 Long Rimfire in salmon colored box. CONDITION: Factory sealed with frayed edges. (B) Remington-UMC 25 Short Stevens Rimfire in red box. CONDITION: Factory full with stained label and frayed edges. (C) Remington “Dogbone” red and green box of .32 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory full with stained frayed edges. (D) Canuck .32 Short Rimfire in blue and yellow box. CONDITION: Factory full with torn box. (E) Remington “Dogbone” box with red and green label in .32 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory full with stained label and torn flap. (F) Remington green, red, and plaid two piece box of .32 Extra Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory sealed. Nice box. (G) Canuck .32 Short Rimfire in blue and yellow box. CONDITION: Factory full with frayed edges. (H) Remington “Dogbone” box with red and green label of .32 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory full with frayed edges and faded label. (I) Winchester .32 Automatic Colt in salmon colored two piece box. CONDITION: Factory full and opened with faded label. (J) Remington .32 Short Rimfire in green Kleanbore box. CONDITION: Full with one incorrect round. Box in good condition. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 500 - 700

1177 - LOT OF SIX: THREE BOXES OF WINCHESTER AMMO AND THREE BOXES OF ROBIN HOOD AMMO. Lot consists of: (A) Rare full box of 32 caliber S&W Shot cartridges made by the Robin Hood Ammunition Company, Swanton, Vermont. Purple label with black powder loading. CONDITION: Factory full with broken seal and missing end label. (B) Rare full box Robin Hood .32 S&W Shot cartridges with purple label and black powder loading. CONDITION: Torn label with one intact seal. (C) Robin Hood .38 S&W Shot cartridges loaded with black powder. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened. Nice box. (D) Winchester full box of .32 Extra Short Rimfire with green label and orange side labels. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened box with stained label. (E) Winchester full box of .32 Extra Short Rimfire with green label and manila seal. CONDITION: Factory unopened box with good label. (F) Empty Winchester two piece box of .32 Extra Short rimfire cartridges with green label and seal. CONDITION: Empty box with torn labels. DLM 500 - 800

1178 - TOM FRYE BULLET ART. 29” x 35” framed aluminum target shot in the shape of an American Indian by Remington Arms trickshooter Tom Frye. Framed in rough cut pine and signed “Kindest personal regards The Durkees” with date of 12-10-77 and “Shot by Tom Frye”. CONDITION: Good with writing fading. Excellent display piece for gunshop or hobby room. DLM 500 - 800

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1179 - MIXED LOT OF RELOADING TOOLS, ROLLER SKATES AND SHELLS. Lot consists of multiple bullet molds with calibers ranging from .32-.38, Winchester marked tools and a set of Winchester roller skates. JA 400 - 600

1180 - LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES WINCHESTER SHOTGUN SHELLS. Lot consists of: (A) Winchester “New Rival” two piece 12 gauge buckshot box with blue logo. CONDITION: Factory full, opened with fading label and frayed edges. Ammo slightly corroding. (B) Winchester “Repeater” two piece 12 gauge BB Shot two piece box with yellow label. CONDITION: Empty with good label and frayed edges. (C) Winchester “New Rival” 12 gauge Buckshot two piece box with blue label. CONDITION: Good with factory full corroding ammo. Good label with frayed edges. (D) Winchester “New Rival” 10 gauge 4 shot two piece box with blue label. CONDITION: 21 original rounds with poor condition box. (E) Winchester “New Rival” 10 gauge buckshot two piece box with blue label. CONDITION: Factory full with one seal cut. Frayed corners with fading label. DLM 400 - 600

1181 - FINE LOT OF EIGHT COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY BOXES OF 19TH CENTURY AMMUNITION. Lot consists of (A) Caliber .50-100 Spencer Carbine ammunition. 6 individual boxes of 7 rounds each in a master box with vivid label from C.D. Leet, Springfield, Massachusetts. CONDITION: Individual boxes are crisp exterior sleeve weathered with tape repair to lid. (B) UMC Friction Cannon-Primers Quantity 50. CONDITION: Soiled box with weathered corners and appears full. (C) Two boxes UMC 43 Spanish ammunition. CONDITION: Wonderful vivid and right color labels. Boxes are protective wrapped in shrink wrap and appear to be unopened and full. (D) Winchester 43 Spanish Ammunition Box of 20 rounds with vivid and bright color label. CONDITION: Wrapped in shrink wrap and appears near mint and full. (E) Two boxes Frankford Arsenal .50 Caliber Spencer Carbine blanks. CONDITION: Vivid color label wrapped in plastic and appear full. (F) Rare empty Winchester .45 Gatling Blank Cartridges. CONDITION: Unique box in very fine condition. TDW 400 - 800

1182 - LOT OF 9 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of nine boxes of vintage and collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .44-40, .22 Winchester, .44 Webley, .38 Winchester, .32 Smith and Wesson long, .32 ACP, .25-20, .38 Smith and Wesson and .44 Russian. JA 300 - 500

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1183 - LOT OF 5 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of five boxes of collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .44-40, .32 Long, .38 Smith and Wesson, and .44 Smith and Wesson. JA 300 - 500

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1184 - COLLECTORS LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of (A) Remington sleeve of five crisp 50 round boxes of .38 Long Colt cartridges. CONDITION: The outer sleeve is shop worn and tape repaired. Internal 5 boxes of ammunition are crisp. (B) Remington .38 Long Colt 50 round box. CONDITION: Crisp label sealed. (C) Winchester .38 Long Colt, sealed box of 50 primed shells. CONDTION: Sealed, excellent label. (D) Remington .32 Short Colt. CONDITION: Broken box, not full, poor condition. (E) Western .32 Short Colt Lubaloy. CONDITION: Good box, full, not sealed. TDW 300 - 500

1185 - COLLECTORS LOT OF 348, 410 32-20 AND 25-25 STEVENS AMMUNITION. Lot consists of (A) Three boxes Winchester and Remington 348 Winchester ammunition. Remington has 4 fired cases with 16 loaded rounds. Other two fully loaded. (B) Three boxes Remington and Federal 1950’s .410. All three full. (C) box Remington 410 3” Magnum, 50’s production. Full. (D) Box Remington .32-20. Full box. (E) Box of 10 rounds UNM .25-25 Stevens. Full, sealed. CONDITION. Good to excellent as noted. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 200 - 300

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1186 - LARGE LOT OF SHOTGUN SHELLS IN WOODEN CRATE. Large lot of shotgun shells in a Peters marked wooden crate. Approximately 14 boxes. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include 12, 16 and 20 gauge. JA 200 - 400

1187 - (A) AN IMPRESSIVELY LARGE FLINTLOCK GENTLEMAN’S PISTOL BY RIGBY, DUBLIN. Manufacturer: Rigby Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .62 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 11” FFL Status: Antique Octagonal barrel signed on top flat “Rigby, Dublin”, buckhorn rear sight with diminutive front sight, barrel held in place by two keys. Original flintlock signed “Rigby” with dot engraving at rear of lock, and florals engraved at rearmost step of lock. Gold touch hole. Roller frizzen. Tang engraved with florals. Left side with a silver oval depicting a a pheasant with an olive branch in its mouth over a set of initials, appears to be HC. Checkered rounded butt with single flattened line through checkering. Trigger guard engraved with florals and an added spur, appears period, and pineapple finial. Set trigger. Buttcap with florals. Horn tip ramrod, appears to be an old replacement, held in place by two steel ferrules. Pistol has a blue ribbon announcing that it won First premium at the New Mexico State Fair. CONDITION: Very good, cleaned to a smooth gunmetal color over very old pitting. Action works properly when operated by hand, bore is very good with light brown oxidation throughout. Striking face of pan shows evidence of use. Wood has numerous pressure marks, dents, and nicks, primarily on left side, and some added varnish. Right side of stock has a 1” crack near barrel. An elegant and extremely attractive pistol made by Rigby at the Dublin location. EW 1,000 - 1,500

1188 - (A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1770 FLINTLOCK CAVALRY PISTOL. Manufacturer: Austrian Model: Cavalry Flintlock Pistol Caliber/Bore: .75 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 11 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Pistol is full length and cleaned to bright in the European fashion with brass front sight, steel mounts, and modeled walnut full stock with no provision for ramrod. CONDITION: Metal polished bright in the European manner, action is excellent. All small parts original. Bore is excellent for a pistol of this period. Figured walnut fullstock has been cleaned and a piece added to the right side of stock approximately 2” in length. A very acceptable specimen of this classic Austrian military pistol that could have been used in America. 1,000 - 2,000

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1189 - (A) LOT OF 2: DOUBLE BARREL BOXLOCK FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Unknown Model: (BOTH) Double Barrel Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .41 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 1 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Both pistols have turned barrels and double boxlock actions. Left sides of breeches have faux English proofs along with “IS” for Joseph Segalis. The walnut grips are inlaid on the backs with scrolls and foliate motifs using silver wire. CONDITION: Both pistols retain a grey patina with crisp edges and excellent markings. Both actions function perfectly. Grips retain original finish and all of silver wire is present. A very attractive pair of continental double barrels. DMG 1,500 - 3,000

1190 - (A) A GOOD SCOTTISH FLINTLOCK DRESS PISTOL BY J. THOMSON. Manufacturer: John Thomson Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .55 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique John Thomson is recorded as working in London, between 1800 and 1830. Swamped barrel in three stages. First stage at breech with fluted sections, top section signed by John Thomson. Second is smooth and engraved with sprawling thistles, final with panels of stiff leaf engraving. Bolted lock with Thomson signature playfully engraved and elaborate floral engraving, sliding thumb safety, and waterproof pan. Roller bearing frizzen engraved en suite. Steel stock with inlaid silver designs of thistles and florals. Vacant silver thumb piece. Left and ride side of stock with a coat of arms depicting a lance and two spears tied together by a ribbon. Left side with belt hook. Elaborate pricker with urn and thistle design added at a later date. Ball trigger of a later date. Ramrod the original. CONDITION: Barrel cleaned over some light pitting and staining. Stock cleaned with some very minor losses to silver inlay and some scattered pitting. Top screw possibly replaced. Action is fine, bore is good with oxidation commensurate with age. Retains a grey patina overall, silver is polished. EW 2,000 - 3,000

1191 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SIMEON NORTH 1816 AND WATERS 1836 FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Simeon North (B) Waters Model: (A) 1816 (B) 1836 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .56 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 9 - 1/4” (B) 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: A) Model 1816 “Horse Pistol” with flint lock marked “S. North” over “Midl. Con” with brass flash pan. Round smoothbore barrel with “US” stamp. Walnut stock with iron furniture and “skullcracker”. Hardwood ramrod with large sloped tip. B) Model 1836 flint lock smoothbore “Horse Pistol” made by and marked on lock “Asa Waters Millbury, Ms.”. Walnut stock with iron furniture and attached folding iron ramrod. Blade sight with “NB” stamp near breech of barrel. CONDITION: A) Metal has aged to a silvery patina along with metal parts. Wood has a crack repaired through the lock and has had the entire forestock replaced in front of the lock. Mechanics are good. B) Overall aged metal finish fading to a silvery appearance. Wood is good with some light handling marks and dings. Mechanics are good. DLM 1,500 - 2,500

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1192 - (A) PAIR OF EARLY FRENCH SCREWBARREL PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Iossevel A Model: (BOTH) Screwbarrel Pistol Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5” FFL Status: Antique Both with rifled four stage screwbarrels with cannon muzzles. Both flatlock plates have unbridled pans and are marked in the center “IOSSEVEL/A MOVDON”. Barrels are numbered one and two. Both have iron trigger guards in the classic French style and small escutcheons around the lock retaining screws. Both with walnut half stocks. Comes with an extra screw and strip of contemporary leather. CONDITION: All iron components have been cleaned and now retain a gray patina, showing spotting and marks from use. A screw has been added to secure the front trigger guard finial on one pistol during the period of use. Both pistols function well and actions are crisp. Markings are very good. Stocks very good with a few light storage marks. A very nice pair of Revolutionary War era French Pistols. DG 1,500 - 2,000 1193 - (A) SIMEON NORTH MODEL 1819 FLINT LOCK US PISTOL DATED 1821. Manufacturer: S North Model: 1819 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique Standard flintlock configuration. Well marked on the lock with 1821 date at rear. “JDJ/ P/ US” inspected on barrel. Swivel ramrod. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned. Markings are clear. Some light pitting. Wood has dings and handling marks with burnout behind the barrel. Good cartouche. Tang screw, possibly ramrod and hammer appear to be replacements. Bore has some pitting. Good mechanical function. GR 1,300 - 2,500 1194 - (A) LOT OF 2: SPANISH PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Unknown Model: (BOTH) Flintlock Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 7 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Both with smoothbore octagon barrels with silver beads on top of muzzles. Both are inscribed in silver inlay on the barrels “ESTEBAN ARANA IN EIBAR” and dated 1850. They are also inlaid with other scroll decorations. Case hardened, back action locks with scroll engraving. Steel furniture engraved en suite. Steel pommel caps with lanyard rings mounted on walnut stocks with checkered panels on each side of grips. CONDITION: Barrels retain a brown patina. Silver is unpolished. Actions function well. Locks show generous traces of case colors. Other steel components retain a grey patina with traces of case colors. Stocks are good showing minor staining and marks from use. One ramrod tip is absent. An attractive pair of pistols with extremely decorative barrels. DMG 800 - 1,500 1195 - (A) DIMINUTIVE DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK BOXLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Double Barrel Caliber/Bore: .28 Rifled Barrel Length: 1 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Probably Belgian. Twin turned screw barrels attached to a steel double boxlock action with two pans and two cocks. There is a sliding half cock safety mounted on the tang and pistol has double triggers. Stars are engraved on both sides of the scalloped action. Faceted walnut grip. CONDITION: Pistol functions well and all iron components retain a grey patina. Grip shows some scattered marks from use and retains a dark surface. A very nice unusually small double boxlock pistol. DMG 600 - 900 72

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1196 - (A) LOT OF 2: FLINTLOCK AND PERCUSSION PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) Hollis Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Percussion Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .58 Smoothbore (B) .55 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 7” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Large silver mounted flintlock boxlock pistol measuring about 12” overall with a turned screw barrel. Boxlock action is scalloped and inscribed “KETLAND & CO” on the left side in a banner. There are private English view and proof marks on the bottom of the breech. Silver grotesque mask buttcap and silver wire inlaid in scrolls on the walnut grip. CONDITION: Pistol has a grey patina with scattered areas of pitting and dark spotting; engraving and markings show wear. Action is functional but weak. Most of silver wire is absent on grip. Silver retains a dark patina. (B) Percussion silver mounted pistol by Hollis. Octagonal iron barrel with engraving around muzzle. Small iron front sight and notched brass rear sight. Brass rib mounted on bottom of barrel with swivel ramrod. Barrel and brass breech are proofed with Birmingham marks. The brass action is engraved with scrolls and there is a steel belt hook mounted on the left side. Walnut grip with shaped, checkered panels; a silver lion pommel cap, and plain oval shaped silver wrist escutcheon. CONDITION: Steel components retain a spotted grey patina. Action functions properly. Brass retains a mellow patina. Grip shows some marring to checkering. Hammer screw is absent. DMG 500 - 800 1197 - (A) LOT OF TWO: PETTENGILL POCKET AND WHITNEY .36 CALIBER POCKET REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (A) Pettengill (B) Whitney Model: (A) Pocket (B) Pocket Serial No. (A) 161 (B) 16649 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Made in Willowdale, New York by Rogers, Spencer & Co. for C. S. Pettengill circa 1860. This Navy Model features 6 shot percussion cylinder with an internal hammer ignition. Iron furniture and frame. Walnut grip. Around 900 made. CONDITION: Metal worn to a silvery patina with some light pitting. Grips have original finish with some usage marks. Mechanically solid and functions fine. (B) Eli Whitney marked .31 caliber pocket model with 4” barrel, five shot cylinder with brass trigger guard, iron frame and octagonal barrel. Walnut two piece grips. Made circa 1855. Comes in oak box with Colt marked label. CONDITION: Gun exhibits a plum finish on metal parts with brass parts showing a golden finish from handling. Grips have some original finish with usage marks. Mechanically functions. Box is reproduction in great shape. DLM 1,200 - 1,800 1198 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT 1851 NAVY & COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (A) 1851 (B) 1849 Serial No. (A) 146227 (B) 321160 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Colt 1851 Navy 6 shot percussion revolver made in 1863. New York address octagon barrel with all matching numbers. Brass hardware and walnut grip. CONDITION: Gun is worn to a silvery patina with nickel entirely worn off brass. Added coat of finish on grip. Good bore and mechanics. (B) Colt Model 1849 pocket 5 shot percussion revolver made in 1871 with New York address. Stagecoach cylinder scene with blued octagon barrel, case hardened frame, brass hardware and walnut grip. CONDITION: 40% fading blue with 10% fading case color. Traces of nickel remaining on brass. 20% original varnish on grip. Good mechanics and bore. DLM 1,500 - 2,000

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1199 - (A) ROGERS AND SPENCER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Rogers & Spencer Model: Army Serial No. 253 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2â&#x20AC;? FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1865 with a total production of approximately 5,800 with 5,000 under contract to the U.S. Ordnance Dept. The order was completely delivered by September 1865. Being the end of the Civil War, it is believed none were issued to military service. Military goods dealer Francis Bannerman is reported to have purchased most of them for sale to the public. This example - serial number 253 - has matching serial numbers on all major components. Blue with two-piece walnut grips with inspector cartouche on left grip. Military sub-inspection stamps on all appropriate components. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 50% original blue on barrel, balance a brown patina, 80% original blue on frame, balance to patina. Backstrap mostly a grey/brown patina. Approximately 85% original blue on cylinder with most blue loss on one side near serial number. Grips show light to moderate wear with most wear around the flared butt. Overall a very clean revolver that has seen minimum use. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

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1200 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS MADE IN 1863. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1860 Army Serial No. (A) 118582 (B) 88188 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Percussion Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8â&#x20AC;? Lot consists of: (A) Made in 1863. Three screw. Frame and barrel are matching. Mismatched trigger guard, cylinder, wedge and back strap (which is not numbered at all). The back strap was cut for a shoulder stock attachment of some kind. There is a hole through the loading lever catch on the bottom of the barrel. Grips are not cartouched. CONDITION: Frame retains 85% original case colors. Barrel retains 40% original blue. Cylinder retains 20% blue with a strong scene. All markings clear. Grips are fine, appear to have been lightly refinished. Good mechanical function. Gun (B) is a standard three screw configuration. All matching numbers. Wedge and wedge screw are modern replacements. Original grips have 12 notches in the right side and 13 in the right. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some light pitting and surface rust. Shows wear and use. Markings are good. Scene is mostly gone from the cylinder. Grips are worn with visible but faint cartouches. Small repair to the front edge of the left grip. Good mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

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1201 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT 1862 AND 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1862 Pocket Police (B) 1849 Serial No. (A) 1241 (B) 94723 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 5” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1862 Pocket Police. Blue with case hardened frame, hammer and loading lever. Brass silver plated trigger guard, and backstrap. .36 caliber five shot fluted cylinder. 5 - 1/2” round barrel. One piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall, partially restored. Barrel has been refinished with most all the reapplied finish remaining. Balance of revolver is original with 60-75% bright case color on frame, hammer and traces on loading lever. Cylinder has 85+% original thinning blue. Brass trigger guard and backstrap have 90+% original silver plate. Grips are excellent with 90% original varnish with scattered dents. Action is tight and crisp. Matching serial numbers including wedge. Really an outstanding example, if not for the refinished barrel. (B) Colt Model 1849 Pocket with 5” octagon barrel. CONDITION: Fine overall. Matching serial numbers on all major components. Overall a brown /grey patina. -MKS- 2,500 - 3,500

1202 - (A) CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 136237 Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique

Serial number 136237 manufactured in 1857. 4” barrel with two line New York barrel address. Five shot .31 caliber with stagecoach holdup scene. Full nickel plated finish with varnished one piece walnut grips. Matching serial numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, loading lever, and wedge. Complete with walnut partition style fitted case with tan interior, including correct powder flask, bullet mold, and percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Fine to excellent overall with nearly all of the period refinished nickel. All markings and cylinder scene are sharp and crisp. Grips are excellent with minimal dents and scratches with most original varnish remaining. Case exterior is excellent with minimum scratches and wear. Interior shows moderate wear and discoloration. Brass bullet mold has numerous small dents. Flask has an attractive mustard color patina with dents on both sides. Overall an attractive early Colt Model 1849 Pocket. MKS 4,500 - 6,500

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1203 - (A) LONDON COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 8834 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique Serial Number 8834, manufactured in 1854. Matching serial numbers on all major components including loading lever and wedge. 5” barrel marked in two lines “ADDRESS COL COLT / LONDON”. Left side of frame marked “COLTS PATENT”. 5-shot cylinder with stagecoach holdup scene. One piece varnished walnut stock. Blue with case hardened frame, hammer, and loading lever. Housed in a London style walnut case partition fitted to gun and accessories. Complete with London style powder flask, “Colts Patent” bullet mold, combination nipple wrench. Eley Bros. percussion cap tin, and cleaning rod. CONDITION: Fine overall with 90%+ bright original blue on barrel. Traces of blue on cylinder mostly a brown patina. Most of the roll die cylinder scene is visible. Traces of case color on frame, loading lever and hammer, turning a dove grey patina. Grips excellent with most piano finish remaining showing minimum wear. Case is very overall with scattered scratches and small dents with a split on lid right front. Interior lined in a red baize showing moderate wear and light fading. Nice “Directions For Loading Colt’s Pistols” label inside lid. Correct “Colts Patent” has light original blue. London style powder flask marked “James Dixon” shows most original finish with scattered oxidation. Overall a very attractive honest Model 1849 Colt. -MKS- 6,000 - 8,000

1204 - (A) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE CIVIL WAR ERA FIRST MODEL PERCUSSION LEMAT REVOLVER. Manufacturer: LeMat Model: 1st Model Serial No. 396 Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled / 20 Bore Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique

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Standard configuration with .42 caliber rifled barrel above a 20 bore shotgun barrel. Checkered wood grips. 9 shot cylinder. Finger rest spur on trigger guard. Hand engraved on top of the barrel “COL. LEMAT’S PATENT”, the word “PATENT” is worn and only partially visible. Matching numbers on cylinder, frame, barrel and recoil shield. These gun were known to have been carried by Confederate officers in all branches of service. There are also known guns having been issued to Union officers. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some wear and areas of extremely minor pitting. Markings are good. The loading lever assembly is a more modern replacement which shows some age. There is a crack in the leaving lever catch which is affixed to the barrel. Old braised repair to the top of the hammer. The barrel selector on the hammer works well. Bore with strong rifling. Wood grips are good with wear to the checkering. Fine mechanical function. This is a solid and presentable example of an early Civil War LeMat revolver. GR 6,500 - 10,000

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1205 - (A) CASED PAIR OF ENGRAVED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1849 Pocket Serial No. (A) 90312 (B) 104023 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .31 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6â&#x20AC;? FFL Status: Antique Serial numbers 104023 and 90312, produced in 1854 & 1855, factory engraved and dual cased with accessories. 6â&#x20AC;? octagon barrels with five shot .31 cal cylinders and deluxe finished walnut grips. Engraved in tight scrolls over nearly 100% of the frames as well as 40% of the barrels. Stage coach cylinder scenes with silver washed backstrap and trigger guards. Matching numbers observed on both guns including wedges. Cased in factory dual case with flask, mold, and cap tin. Label on interior of lid is slightly flaked from age. CONDITION: Very good with most all finish having turned dove grey. Slight blemishes to wedges from period removal and use. Actions operate properly. Grips are very fine and full sized with most all varnish remaining. Most all silver remains on straps and all marking are clear and legible. Case is very good with excellent furniture, solid lining however slightly faded. Flask is very good as is mold. TDW 10,000 - 14,000

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1206 - (A) DELUXE ENGRAVED CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 237728 Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 237728 manufactured in 1863, serial number matching on all major components. Wedge is numbered 7718. Last digit of serial number on cylinder appears to have been re-cut, possibly during period. 5” barrel with hand engraved “Sam’L Colt” in script, brass pin front sight. 6 shot, .31 caliber cylinder with unique hand engraved stagecoach holdup scene and engraved borders around front edge and locking notches. Small brass trigger guard and brass backstrap. Classic Gustave Young engraving with Germanic scrolls on a punch dot background. Wolfs head motif on hammer and a dog head motif on the left barrel lug. Scroll engraving on barrel, loading lever, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and hammer. Hand engraved “COLTS PATENT” in a banner on left side of frame. Letter “I” over or below serial numbers, designating ivory grips and possibly extra polish. One piece ivory grips with unique engraved borders at the butt matching borders located on revolver recoil shields, cylinder, trigger guard, and backstrap. Housed in a walnut partition fitted case with burgundy color interior. Complete with correct powder flask, brass bullet mold, packet of combustible cartridges, percussion cap tin, and correct case key. CONDITION: Very good overall, revolver retains a cleaned silver finish with a few light dings and scratches. Areas have been cleaned to bare metal. Cylinder has been cleaned to bare metal with light pitting and shows 90%+ of stagecoach holdup scene. Trigger guard and backstrap are a mustard color patina. Ivory grips have few age lines however, is completely sound showing a very pleasing mellow ivory patina. Case overall is fine with a few small age cracks, retaining most of the original varnish. Interior shows moderate wear with light fading and some soiling. Powder flask shows multiple small dents with a seam separation on one side. Bullet mold is good with multiple dings and dents with a mustard color patina. Overall an attractive deluxe engraved case set. -MKS- 12,000 - 16,000

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1207 - (A) RARE COLT FLUCK DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Fluck Dragoon Serial No. 2506 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This rare and unique model Colt revolver has been referred to by several titles and subject of much conjecture of origin and production numbers. Sometimes misidentified as a First Model Dragoon. Most commonly referred to by collectors as the “Fluck” dragoon after the early Colt collector John J. Fluck discovered through his research that it was indeed a distinct model. Sometimes, referred to as a “Walker Replacement Dragoon” due to the theory the U.S. Government specifically ordered these to replace Walker revolvers and they were made up of left over Colt Walker parts. Opined estimates of production numbers have ranged from only 300 to several thousand built. In any event they are indeed a distinct and rare model that have features of both the Colt Walker and the First Model Colt Dragoon. This example, serial number 2506 manufactured in 1848 has the distinctive long Walker type backstrap and grip angle. Octagon to round 7-1/2 inch barrel marked “ADDRESS SAM’L COLT NEW-YORK CITY”, reading from the breech forward. The barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap,cylinder and cylinder arbor all have matching serial number 2506, with the arbor marked 506. The wedge is marked 460, Cylinder 2641, and the loading lever 254. All numbers are the small Walker size font. Center of frame left side is marked 3-lines “COLT’S/PATENT/U.S.” Sub-inspection letter “P” visible on left side barrel lug and on the cylinder near the serial number. Cylinder has W.L. Ormsby’s roll die Texas Ranger and Indian fight scene and is also marked “MODEL U.S.M.R.” and “COLT’S PATENT”. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Brass trigger guard and backstrap. One-piece oil finished walnut grips. Accompanying the revolver is a period correct military style flap holster, with letters “T.P.B.” carved on the inside of flap, belt with brass “U.S.” Indian Wars period buckle, an “R.White” inspected percussion cap pouch with a period French made brass compass, and cartridge pouch. CONDITION: Revolver is very good overall with only small traces of original finishes present in protected areas. Brass trigger guard and backstrap a medium color mustard patina showing moderate wear. Walnut grips showing heavy wear at the butt with the toe area rounded back on both sides, balance of grips show moderate wear with scattered dents and scratches, fit well to the backstrap. No visible cartouches or sub-inspector stamps on grips. Barrel lug has multiple dents around wedge on right side. Bore is decent showing good straight rifling. Cylinder has faint, yet legible roll die scene and markings, with distinctive pressure ridge on entire circumference. Good original screws, a few with molested slots. Trigger is formed (or possibly bent) in a non-typical radius. Action operates well, tight and crisp. Leather items are sound and pliable with moderate grazing. Overall a very respectable and honest example of a scarce early model Colt revolver and holster rig. -MKS- 20,000 - 25,000

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1208 - (A) RARE DOCUMENTED FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 29720 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 29720, manufactured in 1853. On page 69 of R.L. Wilson’s first “Colt Engraving” book is a photograph showing an original hand written list titled “Engraved Pistols”. This list is part of the official Colt Collection of Firearms then located in the Connecticut State Library. The list represents a total of 76 Colt pistols that were engraved by Gustave Young’s Colt engraving shop for the month ending June 3, 1854. The very first entry under the column titled “Navy’s” is serial number 29720. The subject revolver today has serial number 29720 on all its major components with exception of the wedge, which is numbered 709. 7 - 1/2” barrel marked “ADDRESS SAM’L COLT NEW-YORK CITY”. Full silver plating, with checkered one piece walnut grips. Masterfully engraved in the classic Gustave Young style of Germanic scrolls with a punch dot background, featuring his trademark wolf head motif hammer and a stylized dog head on the left barrel lug and right side of the frame. Scroll engraving on the loading lever, frame, trigger guard, hammer, and backstrap. “COLTS PATENT” hand engraved in script on left side of frame. All screw heads are engraved. W.L. Ormsby’s naval battle scene roll die on the cylinder. CONDITION: Fine overall, partially period refinished. Engraving shows minimum wear. Approximately 50% roll die scene is visible. Silver plating is blending with bare metal giving an overall pleasing appearance. Approximately 50% original silver plating on brass trigger guard and backstrap. Overall a most desirable and well documented factory engraved Model 1851 Navy from Gustave Young’s shop. -MKS- 8,000 - 12,000 1209 - (A) FINE CASED ALLEN’S PATENT BOLEN MARKED PEPPERBOX PISTOL. Manufacturer: JG Bolen Model: Allen Type Serial No. 44 Caliber/Bore: .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Six shot barrel cluster, one rib stamped “PATENTED 1837. CAST STEEL”. Engraved shield around nipples and double action engraved with scrolls Bar hammer stamped “ALLEN’S PATENT” on top and “J.G. BOLEN N.Y.” on the left side. Two piece walnut grips with small German silver oval escutcheons above the screws on each side. Complete with its original figured walnut case with an original blue Bolen’s label on the inside of the lid. Green partitioned interior complete with accessories, including a dual cavity bullet mold, a ramrod/ cleaning rod, and a brass powder charger. CONDITION: Pistol is excellent showing very little use and retaining generous amounts of original finish, somewhat turned to brown. Generous cases of case colors on sides of hammer. Trigger retaining much of original polish. Grips very good showing some losses to finish. Action functions well. Case very good showing some minor marks, some minor losses and staining to label, and interior shows some light wear and fading. A very nice, cased pepperbox. DMG 2,000 - 3,000 1210 - (A) CASED COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial No. 167761 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percusson Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Colt 1860 Army percussion revolver with case and accessories. Manufactured in 1867. Serial numbers on the barrel assembly, frame, trigger guard and butt all match. Cylinder does not match, and does not look correct for this gun. Case includes a powder flask, bullet mold, and lead balls. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains little of its original finish with signs of heavy cleaning and polish. Grips show signs of cracking, with a large chunk missing from the right grip. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Hammer and cylinder show signs of slight play. Nipples show signs of light use. Accessories are fair. Case is very good. JA 1,500 - 2,000 80

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1211 - (A) CASED SET OF RIFLED ENGLISH PERCUSSION BELT PISTOLS BY WILLIAMS & CO., LONDON. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Williams Model: (BOTH) Percussion Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .55 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The octagonal barrels, rifled throughout their length, signed “WILLIAMS & CO LONDON”. Brass pin foresights, buckhorn rear sights. Boxlocks with push-on safeties. Actions sparsely engraved with florals and border. Hammers engraved en suite. Barrels with British gunmaker’s proofs. Trigger guard sparsely engraved. Butt of finely checkered walnut. Steel buttcaps with cap trap. Short steel belt hooks. CONDITION: Good overall with mostly crisp metal and faint traces of finish. Checkered walnut butts rate fine with only very minor marks. Actions are crisp on both pistols. Belt hooks are fine. Fair bores. Oak partition case in good condition with original green baize lining; powder flask severely pinched, bullet mold. Case retains its original key. Split ring in lid with owner’s name “Charles J. Mitchell”. A good English cased set. MZ 2,000 - 3,000 1212 - (A) POSSIBLE “KRIEGSMARINE” COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER AND HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 33323 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

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This 3rd Model Colt 1851 Navy is within the correct serial number range of guns sold to Prussia for Naval use, “Kriegsmarine”. Colt 1851 Navies issued to Kriegsmarine have the initials “KM” with an issue number below the initials, located on top of the brass backstrap. The lowest known issue number is “4” and the highest is “993”. This revolver has number “912” which appears correct however the “KM” is not present. Accompanying the revolver is the very uniquely styled holster that would have been issued along with a Kriegsmarine Colt. Holster features a pouch for extra loaded cylinder, and a percussion cap-capper. This rig includes the correct style capper with KM 332 stamped along the side and the holster has the correct Crown and “KM” stamp on top flap. CONDITION: Revolver is very good overall with matching serial numbers on all major components. No original finish remains, with a dove grey patina overall. Cylinder scene is very faint. Grips have been sanded and have rounded edges. Action operates properly and is relatively crisp. Bore has scattered pitting with good rifling. Holster is near excellent showing moderate wear. Heaviest use showing on capper pouch and flap. Capper is excellent. -MKS- 1,750 - 2,500 1213 - (A) PORTER AND FITCHITT PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Porter and Fitchitt Model: Percussion Pistol Caliber/Bore: .73 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 12 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Porter and Fitchitt Percussion Pistol. Marked “Porter/& Fitchitt Philadelphia” on the lock. Trigger guard and brass bottom on the grip are loose. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a good patina covering most of the metal parts. A light surface rust also covers parts of the lock. Wood is fair with multiple dings, scratches and dents. Bore has a layer of surface rust near the end. JA 1,500 - 2,500

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1214 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1855 PISTOL CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1855 Pistol Carbine Caliber/Bore: .58 Percussion Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Antique Dated 1855 on tang. US Springfield model 1855 pistol carbine with 12” .58 caliber barrel and Maynard tape prime mechanism. Brass furniture with swivel type ramrod. Fixed blade front sight with folding rear sight graduated to 400 yards, Walnut stock with oil finish. Detachable shoulder stock with brass furniture and iron sling swivel at toe. CONDITION: Good with an even light period pitting overall. Bore has visible rifling with darkness in grooves, Stock has a repaired crack on right side forward of lock as well as repaired cracks on left side emanating from the lock retaining screws. Brass has been polished at an earlier time. Butt is numbered “8”. Maynard tape prime mechanism is not complete internally. Shoulder stock us a reproduction and his rather ill fitting with a modified latch. A scarce Martial pistol in any condition with a very limited survival rate. TDW 1,500 - 2,500

1215 - (A) FINE PAIR OF SPANISH PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOLS DATED 1853. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Jose Raymond Gabiola Model: (BOTH) Percussion Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .66 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Antique Both barrels have patent hooked breeches and turned cannon muzzles. Both barrels are inlaid with silver birds and foliate motifs as well as the makers names and date “1853”. The back action locks are finely engraved with scrolls and birds. Extremely fine griffin-form hammers, which are pierced and chased with detail. Both with finely engraved iron furniture. Complete with their original brass tipped ramrods with steel tips. Walnut stocks with checkered panels on grips. CONDITION: Barrels retain a gray patina, silver is unpolished. Locks retain a matching gray patina and show some areas of minor pitting. Both function well. Furniture shows crisp engraving and a matching patina. Stocks very good with some minor staining and light storage marks. A very ornate and attractive pair of dated Spanish pistols. DG 1,500 - 2,500

1216 - (A) F. BARNES DOUBLE BARREL HOWDAH PISTOL. Manufacturer: F. Barnes Model: Howdah Caliber/Bore: .65 Smoothbore / 16 Gauge Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique Elegant double barrel percussion Howdah pistol in 16 Ga,/.65 Caliber. Marked F. Barnes London on center rib and English proofed on underside of barrels. Nicely figured Damascus twist pattern on barrels. Checkered oil finished walnut pistol grip handle with single wedge retainer. Swivel ramrod, double trigger and engraved steel butt cap with trap for percussion caps. CONDITION: Very good with strong Damascus pattern visible. Locks operate properly. Walnut stocks are slightly worn with a small shrinkage crack above wedge on right side. Very attractive and presents itself wonderfully. This would surely keep large predators both two and four-legged from harming the owner. TDW 1,500 - 3,000 82

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1217 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL CARBINE, DATED 1855. Manufacturer: Spingfield Model: 1855 Serial No. 7 Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. Dated 1855 at the rear of the lock. Matching 1855 date on the tang in front of the 2 leaf folding rear sight. “VP eaglehead” proof. Walnut stock with no inspector’s cartouche. Many of these were issued and used in the Civil War. The detachable shoulder stock is not present. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some pitting at the breech, showing evidence of having been cleaned at some point. Markings are clear. Tape primer door has an applied patina. Stock is good with some age cracks along the grain and plastic wood filler around where the stock would attach. Action is crisp. Pistol has been bored out and is now .64 caliber smoothbore. GR 1,000 - 2,000

1218 - (A) BRUFF POCKET PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: R.P. Bruff Model: Pocket Caliber/Bore: .41 Percussion Barrel Length: 2 “ FFL Status: Antique Barrel marked “R.P. Bruff N.Y.” Pocket pistol fashioned very similar to Henry Deringer type. Made between 1850-1860. 2” barrel, .41 caliber percussion. German silver furniture. Nearly full coverage scroll engraving with two gold barrel bands at breech. Checkered walnut stock. CONDITION: Fine overall, mostly dark patina. Wood is excellent showing moderate wear. Action work properly. Bore is dark. -MKS1,000 - 1,500

1219 - (A) INTERESTING BELGIAN DOUBLE BARREL BRASS MUFF PISTOL, AB GRISWOLD MARKED. Manufacturer: Belgian Model: Double Barrel Pistol Caliber/Bore: .41 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique This is a standard 1850’s era double barrel brass pistol, made in Belgium with a Liege proof on the left side of the barrel. Plain wood grip. Octagonal barrels. What’s interesting is that this gun is marked “AB GRISWOLD” on the left side of the barrel just ahead of the Liege proof. AB Griswold & Company was established in 1865 out of the remnants of the Thomas, Griswold & Co. in New Orleans. They were known arms merchants and silversmiths at the time, and this is the exact same marking found on various pieces of silver which had passed through the companies hands. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some dings and handling marks. Light engraving on frame and trigger guard is clear. Markings on left side of gun are clear. Both nipples are more modern replacements. Good mechanical function. Wood grip has some light handling marks. All in all a very presentable post-Civil War gun that was retailed by a famous New Orleans firm known for supplying Confederate troops. GR 800 - 1,600

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1220 - (A) STUNNING CASED PAIR OF COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1851 Navy Serial No. (A) 179941 (B) 183392 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Percussion Barrel Length: (BOTH) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1864 and 1865, this pair of Colt Model 1851 Navy revolvers with 7 - 1/2” octagon blued barrels, varnished walnut grips, case colored frames, and blued cylinders are extremely fine original condition and are cased in the proper English Oak dual case with bag type flask and oiler, maintenance tool, and cleaning rod. Silver washed backstrap and trigger guards and Ormsby Naval cylinder scene. Single line New York address on barrels and matching numbers throughout including wedges. Small London proofs found on cylinder and barrels. CONDITION: Extremely fine with most all vivid case colors remaining on frames. Backstraps and trigger guards retain generous amount of original silver plating. Barrels retain most blue finish with some portions of loss from age and flaking. Levers and hammers both retain most all vivid case colors and grips are exceptional with most all varnish. Case is exceptionally fine with presentation plate on exterior of lid marked “EL TEB FEBRUARY 29th 1884”. Interior blue lining is equally fine and all partitions are rigid and good. An outstanding cased pair of Colt Navy Revolvers. TDW 20,000 - 25,000

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1221 - (A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 196221 Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 196221 manufactured in 1866, matching numbers on all major components including wedge; loading lever is not numbered. Blue with casehardened frame, hammer, and loading lever. Iron trigger guard and backstrap with blue finish. 7 - 1/2” barrel marked “ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON”. Frame and cylinder marked “COLTS PATENT”. Trigger guard marked .36 CAL. No visible British proof marks. One piece varnished walnut grips. London walnut case fitted in the partition style with blue baize interior. Includes brass bullet mold. Powder flask, percussion cap tin, packet of six cartridges, oiler, and correct case key. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 90% bright original blue on barrel, numerous dings around wedge on right side of barrel. No original finish on cylinder, appears to have been over cleaned with scattered light pitting, strong roll die scene. Frame, hammer, and loading lever show signs of case color with a light grey color overall. 10-15% original blue on trigger guard and back strap. Grips are fine with a gouge on left side near frame, most original varnish remaining. Case excellent overall showing moderate wear. Interior is fine with moderate wear. Nice “DIRECTIONS FOR LOADING COLT’S PISTOLS” label on inside lid. Powder flask and bullet mold are fair condition. Overall a nice cased set. -MKS- 10,000 - 15,000

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1222 - (A) CASED COLT 1860 FLUTED ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial No. 1498 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1860. Colt Fluted Army with 7 - 1/2” round barrel with single line Hartford barrel address. Caliber .44 percussion with matching numbers and Colt marked nipples. Blue finish barrel and cylinder with case color frame and silver plated trigger guard and backstrap. One piece varnished walnut grips. Four screw variation with factory slot and studs for shoulder stock. Detachable shoulder stock with silver plated hardware marked 1519 under buttplate and 16826 on grip flange and 12 on front flange. Varnished walnut stock. Saddle ring still present. Housed in a green velvet lined Colt pattern case together with two cavity steel Colt marked bullet mold, early tilted tube Colt powder flask, and Eley marked 250 count cap tin. Colt nipple wrench and Colt’s patented .44 cal combustible cartridge packet with lacquer still in place. CONDITION: Very fine with barrel and cylinder retaining 25-30% factory blue fading to brown. Barrel having scattered marks from use and disassembly. Generous amounts of vivid case colors remain on frame. Varnished stocks retain over 90% factory varnish and minor chip in left side of grip to rear of trigger guard. Grip straps retain well over 85% silver plated finish. Stock is consistent with revolver with over 90% varnish on stock and over 80% thinning silver over brass hardware. Case is very good with with minor age separation in lid and lining is possible relined. TDW 17,500 - 25,000

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1223 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL CASED MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial No. 161882 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Blue and color case hardened with 8” round barrel, German silver front sight and New York, US America address. Three screw frame has “COLT’S PATENT” on left side and “44 CAL” on left rear of trigger guard. Cylinder is rebated with usual six shots, with W.L. Ormsby Naval Battle Scene roll marking which is crisp and completely discernible. Cylinder retains five of its original safety pins. Silver plated brass trigger guard and blued steel backstrap contains a fine varnished one piece walnut grip. Colt Armies saw hard use throughout the Civil War and on the Western frontier. Finding such an exceptional gun still in original Colt casing with fine accessories is a rare find. This cased Colt Army was part of “the most historically significant Colt exhibit in 100 years” which took over two years of planning and preparation at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, WY. The exhibit was titled, “Colt: The Legacy of a Legend”. A 400 page hard back catalog of this exhibit was published in 2003 by the Colt Collector’s Association and this particular gun and casing are pictured and detailed on p.94. A copy of this book along with copy of museum release to consignor accompanies this revolver. Lot includes catalog from Buffalo Bill Historical Center Exhibit: “Colt: The Legacy of a Legend”. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching external numbers as gun was not disassembled. Barrel retains 90%+ original bright blue with high edge wear with some small scratches and patches turning plum. Frame, loading assembly, and hammer retain about 60% case colors with balance silver/grey with some spotting and small scratches. Cylinder retains about 20% original bright blue finish with balance gray/brown matching rest of gun. Cylinder has rust and pitting around cones. Backstrap retains about 20% blue finish. Trigger guard retains traces of silver plating in protected areas. Grips are sound and solid and very well fit retaining about 90% of their original varnish with numerous small dents and blemishes with edge wear. A prior owner carved initials “K” into each side of buttstock. Gun functions mechanically well. Bright, crisp bore. Colt Patent flask retains about 70% of its original varnish on obverse with design less on reverse. Flask’s angle style spout has heavier patina and spring retains most of its original fire blue. “Colt Patent” two cavity mold is marked “44H” and retains about 70-80% of its original thinning blue. L-shaped nipple wrench/screw driver combination tool is fine and retains traces of its original finish. Pack of 44 Cal. “Revolving Holster Pistol” cartridges is also in fine condition. Mahogany casing is sound overall with faded purple velvet lining retaining much of its original varnish though thinning with the expected small bruises and blemishes after 150 years. TDW 20,000 - 25,000

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1224 - (A) CASED COLT 1855 SIDEHAMMER (ROOT) PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1855 Root Serial No. 17829 Caliber/Bore: .28 Rifled Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Most commonly known among collectors as the “Root Model” after Elisha K. Root, noted designer for Colt. This sidehammer, serial number 17829, was manufactured in 1857. 3 - 1/2” octagon barrel with pointing hand motif marked “COLTS PT./1855” and “ADDRESS COL. COLT/HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A.” Cylinder with roll die Indian/cabin fight scene, marked “COLTS PATENT” with matching serial number 17829. Blue finish with one piece varnish walnut grips. Housed in a walnut case fitted in the partition style with burgundy velour interior. Includes correct “E. Pluribus Unum” marked powder flask, brass bullet mold, and Eley Bro’s percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Revolver fine overall with approximately 90% original bright high polish blue remaining on the frame. Cylinder mostly brown/grey patina with moderate pitting around nipples. Strong cylinder scene. Hammer and loading lever shows most original case colors. Grips are excellent plus with most all original varnish remaining showing little wear. Case has a couple deep scratches on lid and scattered dents overall. Case interior shows minimum fading with moderate wear. Flask is excellent with only a couple of small dents. Bullet mold has a light mustard patina with scattered dents and scratches. Overall a high condition and very attractive early model sidehammer. -MKS- 6,500 - 8,000

1225 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 176743 Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 176743, manufactured in 1860. Matching serial numbers on all major components including wedge and loading lever. 4” barrel with two line “ADDRESS SAM’L COLT / HARTFORD CT.” Dovetail blade front sight. Left side of frame marked “COLTS PATENT”. Engraved in early Gustave Young style featuring scrolls with punch dot background. Stylized bird head on left barrel lug. Wolf head motif on hammer. Scroll engraving on barrel, loading lever, frame, hammer, trigger guard, and backstrap. Wedge is engraved. Flower motifs on right barrel lug and both sides of frame. One piece ivory grips. Housed in a walnut case fitted in the partition style with brass bullet mold and percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Good overall with no visible original finishes. Entire revolver is cleaned to a gun metal grey. Replaced screws. Trigger guard and backstrap are a medium mustard patina. Ivory grips have a lovely honey color patina and show minimum shrinkage to backstrap. Case shows heavy use with split joints on body and lid. Burgundy color interior is faded with signs of heavy use. Missing lid to upper right compartment. -MKS7,000 - 9,000 88

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1226 - (A) COLT 1851 NAVY SECOND MODEL WITH HOLSTER, BULLET CASE, AND SKINS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 29764 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1853. Early small guard 1851 Colt Navy with brass guard and backstrap. Octagon barrel, blade front sight, notched hammer rear sight. Matching numbers including wedge. Varnished walnut grips. With very nice and supple original black leather butt forward military pattern flap holster with no discernible markings. Unusual US marked on flap cartridge box with no markers markings. Package of Colts combustible .36 caliber skins in sealed container with excellent label. Provenance, according to the consignor, is that the pistol and original issue holster belonged to a relative who was an officer with the 1st Maine Cavalry Division, and later assigned to Joshua Chamberlain’s staff at Appomattox for the surrender. When he returned to Springvale, ME, at the end of the war the items were wrapped in a period newspaper and left in the attic where they were subsequently recovered. CONDITION: Very good with gun having traces of blue finish in protected areas and balance turning patina. Grips have had finish added at some earlier period but are full sized and attractive. Holster is alligatored on the exterior but remains supple and cartridge box is supple with good stitching. Package of skins are very fine with sealed corners and excellent vivid label. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

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1227 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (Both) 1851 Navy Serial No. (A) 7208 (B) 45184 Caliber/Bore: (Both) .36 Percussion Barrel Length: (Both) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A) Colt 1851 Navy percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1851. Serial numbers on the loading assembly, barrel assembly, frame, trigger guard and butt all match. Cylinder does not match, and has a defaced serial number. Factory finish and wood grips. Loading assembly does not match up with the cylinder and needs adjustment. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina. Grips are fair with numerous handling marks. Bore with crisp rifling left. Nipples show signs of normal use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Needs adjustment to be operable. (B) Colt 1851 Navy percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1856. Serial numbers on the loading assembly, barrel assembly, frame, trigger guard and butt all match. Cylinder does not match, and is not numbered. Factory finish and wood grips. Loading assembly does not match up with the cylinder and needs adjustment. CONDITION: Overall fair to poor. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina. Grips is fair with numerous handling marks. Bore with fair rifling left. Nipples show signs of normal use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Needs adjustment to be operable. JA 1,200 - 1,600

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1228 - (A) LARGE CASED ALLEN & THURBER PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX. Manufacturer: Allen & Thurber Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .33 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 4 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Six-shot barrel cluster marked in one flute “ALLEN & THURBER WORCESTER”. Engraved shield and action. Left side of bar hammer stamped “ALLEN’S PATENT / 1845” Two piece walnut grips scales. Complete with mahogany case with partitioned, green velour lined interior. Accessories include dual cavity bullet mold, small tin flask, and percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Barrels retain generous traces of blued finish in flutes, otherwise retaining a grey patina. Action functions well. Shield and action retain a grey patina. Markings very good. Grips very good. Case shows some scattered scratches and marks. Interior with some wear and fading. Accessories fair. DMG 1,300 - 2,500

1229 - (A) LOT OF 2 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: BEALS NAVY AND COLT 1849 POCKET. Manufacturer: (A) Beals (B) Colt Model: (A) Navy (B) 1849 Serial No. (A) 11755 (B) 95619 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 (B) .31 Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 5” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) .36 Caliber Beal’s Patent revolver. Gun has been engraved, most likely during the 20th century. Original barrel markings are still present. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned. Engraving is sharp and crisp, barrel markings are worn. Grips are good showing some wear. Good mechanical function. (B)Colt model 1849 pocket revolver made in 1854. Five-shot. Two-line New York address. CONDITION: Retains 80% faded case colors on frame. Barrel retains 70% original blue with some light surface rust. Strong cylinder scene with some original blue remaining. All numbers are matching. Trigger guard and grip straps retain a majority of the silver finish. Grips have most of the varnish. Several smaller replaced screws. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

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1230 - (A) LONDON COLT MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION NAVY REVOLVER MADE IN 1866. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 195668L Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with iron grip straps. Matching numbers, the lever is unnumbered. Proper “L” stamped on the bottom of the frame under the serial number. Top of barrel is marked “ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON”. Made in 1866. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall showing wear with some areas of light pitting. All markings are clear. Cylinder scene is worn but present. Wood grips have some dings and handling marks. Bore is worn with light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500 1231 - (A) LOT OF THREE: WHITNEY NAVY, COLT 1860 REPRODUCTION, AND A CUSTOM PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) Whitney (B) Colt (C) Custom Model: (A) Navy (B) 1860 (C) Single Shot Serial No. (A) 20275 (B) 220861 (C) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .44 Percussion (C) .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 6” (C) 8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Whitney Navy .36 caliber percussion with 7 - 1/2” octagon barrel, six shot with safety notches in cylinder. Walnut grips. CONDITION: Fair as heavily polished and chrome plated. No markings evident with exception of serial number on rammer and interior of grips. Action operates, bore is dark with visible rifling. (B) Colt reproduction 1860 Army revolver with shortened barrel to 6” and loading lever removed. Blue and case color finishes. and walnut grips. Backstrap has Samuel Colt signature inlaid in gold. Serial numbers matching with exception of wedge. CONDITION: Good as customized. Action operates properly, bore is good. Missing stock attaching screws. (C) Single shot percussion pistol with Remington shotgun lock. .32 caliber round barrel. Unique homemade pistol with identification tag from the J.M. Davis Gun museum in Claremore, OK. CONDITION: Good as presented. Action failed to operate as it appears to have a broken mainspring. Brown finish overall bore is smooth. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 1232 - (A) CASED NICKEL PLATED UBERTI COPY OF A COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Uberti Model: 1861 Navy Serial No. 126309 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Uberti copy of a Colt 1861 Navy percussion revolver with commemorative case and accessories. Engraved by “W.L. Ormsby New York”. Case includes a shoulder stock, powder flask, bullet mold and can for caps. Case was made to commemorate 150 years of Colt (1836-1986). CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Nipples show little signs of use. Accessories range from very good to excellent, as does the display case. JA 850 - 1,250

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1233 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT 1847 AND 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) COLT Model: (A) 1847 (B) 1860 Serial No. (A) 4851 (B) 215759 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Barrel Length: (A) 9” (B) 8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 2nd Generation, Colt “Blackpowder Signature Series” 1847 Walker revolver with “Sam Colt” in script on grip backstrap. 9” barrel, six shot cylinder chambered in .44 caliber percussion. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Steel backstrap, brass trigger guard. One piece walnut grips. Complete with correct box with paperwork. (B) 2nd Generation, Colt “Blackpowder Signature Series” Model 1860 Army revolver with “Sam Colt” in script on grip backstrap. 8” barrel, six shot cylinder chambered in .44 caliber percussion. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. One piece walnut grips. Steel backstrap and brass trigger guard. Complete with correct box and paperwork. CONDITION: Both revolvers are in like new condition and appear unfired. -MKS- 800 - 1,200 1234 - (A) ALLEN & THURBER FIVE-SHOT PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX. Manufacturer: Allen & Thurber Model: Pepperbox Caliber/Bore: .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 2 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique This pepperbox is Flayderman 5a-040; fluted barrels with nipple shield made integral with frame. Well marked “ALLEN & THURBER & CO. PAT 1835 WORCESTER”. CONDITION: Barrel is fine, retaining considerable pasty blue. Frame is good retaining traces of original blue finish. Grips are good, retaining considerable original varnish. Trigger guard with some traces of original bluing. Bores are good. Action could use some adjustment. An above average specimen of this model. MZ 800 - 1,200 1235 - (A) REPRODUCTION COLT 1861 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1861 Navy Serial No. 42308 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Reproduction Colt 1861 Navy Percussion revolver with box. Manufactured by Colt. Blued finish with a case hardened frame and loading lever. Wood grips. Engraved scene on the cylinder. Box contains the original manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is dirty from use, but retains crisp rifling. Mechanically fine, with a tight hammer and cylinder. Box is excellent. JA 800 - 1,200 1236 - (A) REPRODUCTION COLT DRAGOON SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Dragoon Serial No. 34499 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Reproduction Colt Dragoon percussion revolver with box. Manufactured by Colt. Factory blue finish with a face hardened frame. Wood grips. All matching numbers. Box is serial numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. JA 800 - 1,200 92

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1237 - (A) CASED COLT BREVETE WALKER 1847 STYLE PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Brevete Model: Walker Caliber/Bore: .44 Barrel Length: 8 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Contemporary Colt Walker style percussion revolver with box. This example was most likely made in the 1960’s to defraud collectors. Great detail was put into this fake, even stamping the inside of the front strap 91 to match the serial number of the gun. The wear on the gun is clearly artificial. Straight rifling is not correct for a real Colt Walker. Latch and catch are also present, which are not found on a real Walker. Case is custom made, and is serialized to the gun. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish with artificial wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with mild wear. Bore is dirty with little rifling left. Mechanically fine. Nipples show signs of use. Case is very good with light wear. JA 750 - 1,000 1238 - (A) CIVIL WAR SAVAGE MODEL 1861 NAVY .36 CALIBER PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Savage Model: 1861 Navy Serial No. 2511 Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique This gun appears to be devoid of any military markings. Standard double action configuration. Clear three line address on the top of the frame. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been lightly cleaned. Some extremely light pitting a few areas. Well marked. Wood grips have been refinished. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. GR 750 - 1,250 1239 - (A) CIVIL WAR STARR 1863 SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44 CALIBER PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Starr Model: 1863 Serial No. 39591 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Standard 1863 model single action configuration. Inspectors marks on all metal parts. Cartouche on the left grip. All numbers are matching. CONDITION: Metal surfaces have been cleaned with some areas of light pitting. All markings are clear. Grips are good showing wear with a chip out of the front top left and right corners. Fine mechanical function. GR 750 - 1,250 1240 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT 1851 AND 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1851 (B) 1849 Serial No. (A) 30208 (B) 340581 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 2nd Generation, Colt “Blackpowder Signature Series” 1851 Navy revolver with “Sam Colt” in script on grip backstrap. 7-1/2” barrel, six shot cylinder chambered in .36 caliber percussion. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Brass, silver plated backstrap, and “square back” trigger guard. One piece walnut grips. Complete with correct box with paperwork. (B) 2nd generation, Colt “Blackpowder Signature Series” Model 1849 Pocket revolver with “Sam Colt” in script on grip backstrap. 4” barrel, five shot cylinder chambered in .31 caliber percussion. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. One piece walnut grips. Brass, silver plated backstrap and trigger guard. Complete with correct box and paperwork. CONDITION: Both revolvers are in like new condition and appear unfired. -MKS600 - 1,000

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1241 - (A) CASED WHITNEY POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Whitney Model: Pocket Model Serial No. 28154 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration Whitney Pocket Model with two piece walnut grips, fired blued screws, and brass trigger guard. Cased in a later box with a red, French fitted interior and blue accents. One lidded compartment with turned white knob. Accessories include a brass powder flask, a cleaning rod, and a dual cavity bullet mold with sprue cutter. CONDITION: Pistol is crisp, retaining about 30-40% original blue and case hardened finishes, mostly flaked and faded to grey. Cylinder scene and barrel markings are excellent. Fire blued screws are mostly bright. Action needs adjustment. Accessories are good and case shows some light staining and minor wear. DMG 600 - 900 1242 - (A) LOT OF 2: ALLEN & THURBER PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Allen & Thurber Model: (BOTH) Percussion Serial No. (A) 44 (B) 177 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Both of standard configuration with six-shot barrel clusters. Both marked in flutes “ALLEN & THURBER WORCESTER / PATENTED 1837 CAST-STEEL”. Walnut grip scales. Barrel hammers both stamped on left sides “ALLEN’S PATENT”. CONDITION: Both have been heavily cleaned, now retaining a bright surface with scattered areas of pitting. One shield missing a screw. One action functions well, other is a bit sticky. Both pistols retain an old coat of varnish on the steel components. Grips show some staining, marks from use, and one with a minor chip. DMG 2,500 - 3,000 1243 - (A) COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial No. 51785 Caliber/Bore: .44 Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Colt Model 1860 Army, 8” round barrel, cut for shoulder stock, rebated .44 caliber six-shot cylinder. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Iron backstrap, brass trigger guard. One piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Fair, with no original finish remaining. Entire gun appears to have been glass bead blasted to bare metal. Overall light to medium pitting. Grips show use with a repair to the right side. -MKS- 400 - 600 1244 - (A) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) Model 2 (B) Model 1 - 1/2 Serial No. (A) 24617 (B) 89948 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 (B) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 2 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Model No. 2 .38 top break, with spur trigger. 3-1/4” barrel. Nickel with diamond checkered hard rubber grips with S&W monogram. Pinned front sight. Five shot cylinder. Complete with correct green hinged box. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original nickel remaining. Couple areas of corrosion on cylinder with drag lines. Small area of corrosion on right side of barrel. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent. Bright case color on hammer. (B) Model No. 1-1/2 New Model. Single action, tip-up frame. Rare 2-3/4” barrel with address on left side of barrel. Birds head grip with two piece rosewood grips. Nickel finish. Chambered in .32 rimfire. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 85% original nickel remaining with scattered corrosion and flaking on muzzle. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000 94

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1245 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON NO. 2 .32 RF ARMY AND AN 1860 CAVALRY SABER IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE JOHN SHEWALTER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: No. 2 Army Serial No. 19087 Caliber/Bore: .32 RF Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Made from 1861-1874. Gun is a Smith and Wesson No. 2 revolver with blued frame and two piece rosewood grips. Six shot spur trigger frame with German silver blade front sight. CONDITION: Blue fading to a silvery patina with blue remaining in protected areas. Wood has strong finish with no cracks. Gun indexes properly and functions fine. (B) Roby manufactured 1860 pattern cavalry saber with leather brass wire wrapped grip with steel two ring scabbard. Blade dated 1865. CONDITION: Sword has faded to a silvery patina with good handle and unpolished brass. Scabbard has two dents in it with one on each side. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 1246 - (A) COLT BLACK POWDER .45 COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1891). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 138094 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Attractive Blackpowder Colt Single Action Army produced in 1891. Chambered for .45 Colt with 4 - 3/4” barrel with traditional two line barrel address and two line patent legend on left side of frame. Mounted with two piece hard rubber Colt eagle grips that are not numbered. Matching numbers observed on frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. Blue and case color finishes. CONDITION: Very good as found with a pleasant brown patina mixed with blue in very protected areas. The bore is dark in areas but with strong rifling. Chambers are very good. Trigger appears to be chipped or short internally as hammer rest forward slightly and should be attended to prior to actual use. Grips fit very well but are without numbers internally. Screws are fouled but very serviceable. Gun has a very honest and attractive look. TDW 2,000 - 3,000

1247 - (A) COLT 1873 SAA .45 LC REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1873 SAA Serial No. 10263 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

1873 Colt Single Action Army with holster. Serial number dates this gun to 1874. All serial numbers, including the cylinder, match on this handgun. Original finish with the original wood grips. Holster is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains some of its original finish, with a light patina covering most of the metal parts. Grips are good with numerous dents and scratches, mainly on the bottom. Bore has some dirt in it, but still retains good rifling. Hammer and cylinder do show some slight wobble. Holster shows signs of heavy use and wear, fair condition overall. A hard to find matching Colt for your collection. JA 6,000 - 8,000

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1248 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE POCKET PISTOLS FROM COLT, FOREHAND AND WADSWORTH, AND FRANK WSSON. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Forehand and Wadsworth(C) Frank Wesson Model: (A) New Line .22 (B) Single Shot Vest Pistol (C) Two Barrel Pocket Pistol Serial No. (A) 14158 (B) NSN (C) 2574 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 1/4” (B) 2” (C) 2” FFL Status: Antique (A) Colt New Line .22. Bright blue barrel. Brass frame. 7-shot fluted cylinder. Birds head profile with two piece varnish walnut grips. Deluxe engraved. CONDITION: Excellent. 93+% bright original blue remaining on barrel and cylinder. Very pleasing mustard color patina on brass. Grips are excellent showing light wear. (B) Forehand & Wadsworth single shot .22 short vest pistol. CONDITION: Very good with most original nickel on barrel. Frame is mostly a grey patina. Bore is dark. (C) Frank Wesson rotating barrel, two shot pocket pistol. Nickel barrel, brass frame, birds head profile with two piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Near excellent, with traces of original nickel on barrels. Brass is a pleasing mustard color patina. Action functions properly. Grips show modest wear. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500 1249 - (A) SMITH & WESSON 1 - 1/2 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 1-1/2 Serial No. 98660 Caliber/Bore: .32 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Engraved in typical “New York Style” nickel plated with two-piece birds head profile, mother of pearl grips. 3 - 1/2” barrel chambered in .32 rimfire. CONDITION: Excellent with approximately 95% bright original nickel. Engraving is sharp and crisp. Bore is darkening with scattered moderate pitting. -MKS1,200 - 1,800 1250 - (A) SCARCE ALL RIGHT FIREARMS CO LITTLE ALL RIGHT .22 REVOLVING PALM PISTOL. Manufacturer: All Right Firearms Co Model: Little All Right Serial No. 389 Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 1-5/8”” FFL Status: Antique These are really interesting little guns. Made in the 1870’s with an estimated production at only a few hundred. 1 - 5/8” barrel. Folding trigger that goes down and covers the muzzle of the gun for when not in use. Hard rubber grips with the company address, model and patent information. CONDITION: Retains 90% original nickel finish overall. Grips have some chips and show wear to the markings. Bore is dirty with strong rifling and light pitting. Good mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500 1251 - (A) COLT ROLL DIE FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER (1893). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Frontier Six Shooter Serial No. 153376 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1893 with 4 - 3/4” barrel with roll die marking “FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER” and chambered for .44-40 WCF. Two line barrel address with two line patent legend on black powder frame. Two piece Colt eagle grips. Classic Cowboy configuration with aesthetically pleasing appearance. CONDITION. Good overall and appears all original. Gun is a lightly salt & pepper pitted patina overall. Bore is slightly dark with strong rifling. Chambers are very good. Action operates properly. Cylinder pin is badly scoured and distressed from improper removal. Frame screws are good, butt and trigger guard screws are fouled. Grips are evenly worn and internal markings have been crudely removed. TDW 1,000 - 2,000 96

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1252 - (A) COLT 1851 NAVY CONVERSION. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Serial No. 81397 Caliber/Bore: .38CF Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Gunsmith converted from .36 caliber percussion to .38 caliber centerfire. Nickel plated with one-piece walnut grips. Replaced large dovetailed blade front sight. Name, G.E. Rounds (possible gunsmith?) stamped on left side of barrel lug. Right side recoil shield has been machined for through cylinder breech loading. Either a newly made or possibly modified original cylinder to accept breech loading. No roll die scene or original Colt markings on cylinder. Loading lever modified with an advanced latching device. Frame has been significantly machined reducing original size, Colt’s patent mostly removed. Barrel address has been mostly buffed away. CONDITION: Entire revolver has been refinished with most of the reapplied nickel plating remaining. Action is surprisingly tight and crisp. Bore is good with scattered corrosion and some dark areas. -MKS- 750 - 1,000

1253 - (A) LOT OF 4 ANTIQUE HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Prarie King (B) National Arms (C) Prelat (D) Prelat Model: (A) Revolver (B) Derringer (C) Derringer (D) Derringer Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 10178 (C) NSN (D) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 RF (B) .38 RF (C) .38 Percussion (D) .38 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 1/16” (B) 2” (C) 1 - 3/4” (C) 1 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Ivory gripped unmarked engraved 6 shot thumb trigger revolver with full nickel finish. CONDITION: Flaking nickel with some pitting. Grips turning yellow with small cracks. Mechanically sound with shootable bore. (B) National Arms, Brooklyn, New York single shot swing out pistol with iron engraved frame and ivory grips. CONDITION: Metal fading to silvery patina with shootable bore and good mechanics. Grips turning yellow with small cracks. (C) Prelat of Paris made single shot percussion pistol with blued engraved frame and ivory grip. CONDITION: 70% blue with cracks in grip and small chunk missing. Good mechanics and bore. (D) Prelat of Paris single shot percussion pistol with blued engraved frame and ivory grip. CONDITION: 70% blue with cracked grips. Shootable bore with good mechanics. DLM 500 - 1,000

1254 - (A) SMITH AND WESSON NO. 1 .22 RF REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: No. 1 Serial No. 52008 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Full blue S&W No. 1 “Tip-Up” revolver. 7-shot .22 caliber cylinder. 3” fluted rib barrel. Full radius German silver blade front sight. Spur trigger. Two piece rosewood “birds head” profile grips. Case hardened hammer. Complete with period basketweave leather flap holster marked “Iver Johnson SP.G.Co. Boston Mass.” CONDITION: Excellent overall with 90+% bright original blue. 90% case color on hammer. Grips are excellent showing moderate wear, heavier on right panel. Action is tight and crisp. Leather holster is excellent and pliable. Could be improved with leather conditioner. -MKS- 500 - 800

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1255 - (A) CASED ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 1 - 1/2 2nd Revolver Serial No. 88696 Caliber/Bore: .32 RF Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Smith & Wesson Model 1 - 1/2 2nd issue revolver. Full nickel plated. 3 - 1/2” fluted rib barrel with German silver full radius blade front sight. Tip-up frame. Two-piece “Birds Head” Ivory grips. Engraved in classic “New York” style features scrolls with a punch dot background. Complete with a walnut partition fitted case with cartridge block, and burgundy interior. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 85% original nickel on frame and barrel. Cylinder 15-20% nickel blending with a gun metal patina. Grips are fine showing moderate wear with one age crack on left side butt. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000 1256 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT .36 CALIBER PERCUSSION / CONVERSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) .36 Navy Conversion Serial No. (A) 30701 (B) 30641 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Conversion Barrel Length: (BOTH) 7 - 1/2: FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: Two Colt .36 caliber Navy conversion revolvers in various states of assembly. Both revolvers have an “I” below serial numbers, typically indicating they were originally fitted with ivory grips. Most parts have been cleaned and or polished to bare metal. Two sets of one piece ivory grips are included. CONDITION: Currently in non-firing condition. A wonderful winter project. -MKS1,000 - 2,000 1257 - (A) BELGIAN PINFIRE APACHE DERRINGER. Manufacturer: Belgian Model: Apache Pinfire Caliber/Bore: 7mm PF Barrel Length: 1 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique Austrian or Belgian made “Apache” style, pinfire revolver. Fluted six shot cylinder. Nicely engraved frame. Checkered two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall. 95+% original blue remaining on cylinder. Frame is a pleasing gun metal grey patina. Action operates properly. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 1258 - (A) LOT OF FOUR: COLT OPEN TOP, SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1, HOPKINS AND ALLEN BLUE JACKET NO. 2, DERRINGER SINGLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Smith and Wesson (C) Hopkins and Allen (D) Derringer Model: (A) Open Top (B) No. 1 (C) Blue Jacket No. 2 (D) Pocket Revolver Serial No. (A) 100774; (B) 69845; (C) NSN; (D) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A)(B) .22 Short; (C)(D) .32 Rimfire Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/8” (B) 3 - 1/8” (C) 3” (D) 3” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt open top pocket revolver. Nickel with two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good overall with approximately 65% original nickel remaining. (B) Smith & Wesson Model No.1 third issue revolver. Possibly factory engraved with two piece pearl grips. CONDITION: Good overall with no original finish. Grips are fine. Engraving is fine. (C) Hopkins & Allen “Blue Jacket No.2” revolver. .32 RF. Punch dot engraving. Nickel with two piece ivory grips. CONDITION: Very good overall. Generous amount of original nickel on frame and barrel. Cylinder is brown patina overall with pitting. (D) Scarce Derringer .32 caliber Pocket Revolver. Nickel with two piece black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Fine overall with 90+% original mellow nickel remaining. Grips are excellent. Overall a “colorful” and interesting grouping of American antique pocket revolvers. -MKS- 800 - 1,200

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1259 - (A) LOT OF TWO: MERWIN AND HULBERT FOURTH MODEL POCKET AND AMERICAN STANDARD TOOL COMPANY REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Merwin and Hulbert (B) American Standard Tool Model: (BOTH) Pocket Serial No. (A) 12662 (B) 15720 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 M&H (B) .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Factory engraved and mounted with mother of pearl grips. Folding hammer, .38 caliber, owl game scene engraved on left side. Typical stylized wide scrolls and dot borders on barrel. CONDITION: Good with properly working action. Finish is mottled with patina. Bore is very dark. (B) Seven shot variation American Standard copy of Smith & Wesson. Factory engraved with walnut grips. Originally silver finished with virtually none remaining. CONDITION: Good with operating action with solid lock-up. Good bore with sharp rifling. TDW 750 - 1,250 1260 - (A) SMITH AND WESSON NO. 1 2ND ISSUE .22 RIMFIRE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith and Wesson Model: No. 1 Serial No. 20567 Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Smith & Wesson Tip-up Number 1 revolver. Blue octagon barrel with full length fluted rib. Nickel plated frame. Two piece rosewood grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original blue on barrel with light flaking and corrosion on muzzle. 95% bright original nickel on frame. Cylinder mostly brown patina with traces of original blue. Grips are excellent plus with most all original varnish showing little wear. Bore is bright and clean. -MKS- 600 - 850 1261 - (A) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON AND WHITNEY REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Smith & Wesson (B) Whitney Model: (A) No. 1 - 1/2 (B) Mod 2 Serial No. (A) 89045 (B) 5638A Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique (A) Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 - 1/2. 3” barrel, chambered in .32 S&W. Birds head, hard rubber grips. Nickel finish. Five-shot fluted cylinder. CONDITION: Fair overall. 15-20% original nickel remaining with scattered areas of brown patina with scattered oxidation. Hard rubber grips are very good overall. Bore is dark. (B) Whitney No.1 wide cylinder with long flutes. 2 - 3/4” octagon barrel. .22 Rimfire. Two-piece rosewood grips with birds head profile butt. Seven-shot cylinder. Blue with nickel plated brass frame. CONDITION: Very good overall with 30-40% blue remaining on barrel, 60% remaining nickel. Grips are fine showing moderate wear. Bore is good with moderate pitting. -MKS300 - 500 1262 - (A) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 32 DA (B) Model 1 Serial No. (A) 73993 (B) 40299 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 3/16” FFL Status: Antique (A) Smith & Wesson .32 Double Action 4th Model Revolver. Serial number 75,993 made prior to Dec.31, 1998. 3 - 1/2” barrel. Nickel with two-piece mother of pearl grips. CONDITION: Very good overall 75-80% original nickel with scattered light corrosion and some flaking. Good bore with moderate pitting. Right side grip has a flaked area at top near the frame. (B) Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 Second Issue. Blue barrel with sliver plated brass frame. 3 - 3/16” octagon barrel. .22 short rimfire caliber. Seven-shot cylinder. CONDITION: Good overall. No remaining silver, frame has turned a pleasing mustard color patina. No remaining blue, barrel and cylinder turned an overall grey/ brown patina. Barrel does not lock up tight. -MKS- 300 - 500

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1263 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1871 US ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1871 Caliber/Bore: .50 CF Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. 50 caliber centerfire. Military sub-inspectors marks on the left side of the frame. “CRS” script cartouche on the left grip. Rolling block action. CONDITION: Retains 70% thin barrel blue. Frame retains 75% faded case colors. Markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks with varnish wear. Bore is fine with strong rifling and minor pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1264 - (C) LOT OF 3: STEVENS PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Stevens Model: (A) 38 (B) 37 (C) 35 Serial No. (A) 15178 (B) 49955 (C) 24101 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 10” (B) 8” (C) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Lot consists of: (A) Stevens Conlin No. 38 Model pistol made from 1884-1894 by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. This gun features blued octagon to round blued barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear sight. Nickeled frame with spur trigger. Walnut checkered grip with nickeled swelled butt. CONDITION: 90% original barrel blue with good bore. 90% nickel on frame with wear on nickeled grip parts. Sharp checkering with 80% finish and some light handling marks. Good mechanics. (B) Stevens Model Offhand No. 35 made from 1923-1942 by J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. This pistol has blued octagon to round rifled barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Blued frame with regular trigger guard. Walnut plain grip with blued swelled butt. CONDITION: 80% blue with carry wear. Good bore. 70% original varnish with light handling marks. Good mechanics. (C) Stevens Model Offhand No. 35 with blued octagon to round rifled barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Blued frame with regular blued steel trigger guard. Walnut grips with blued swelled butt. CONDITION: 60% blue with carry wear. Good bore and mechanics. 50% original varnish with light handling wear. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 1,600 - 2,300 1265 - (C) LOT OF 3: STEVENS MODEL 36 SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Stevens Model: (ALL) 36 Serial No. (A) 716 (B) 25583 (C) 1329 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .25 (C) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 12” (B) 9 - 7/8” (C) 10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Stevens Lord Model 36 made from 1880-1911 by J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Blued octagon to round barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Nickeled frame with nickeled trigger guard with finger spur. Checkered walnut grips with nickeled swelled butt. CONDITION: 70% blue with some flaking and good bore. 80% nickel with some flaking around grip. Grips worn from use with 40% original finish. (B) Stevens Lord Model 36 target pistol with blued octagon to round rifled barrel, blade front sight and rear notch sight. Nickeled frame and trigger guard with finger spur. Checkered walnut grips with nickeled swelled butt. CONDITION: 90% original barrel blue with good bore. 90% nickel finish with action screws showing bright blue. Sharp checkering with 90% original varnish. Good mechanics. Nice gun. (C) Stevens Lord Model 36 pistol with blued half octagon to round rifled barrel, blade front sight and notched rear sight. Nickeled frame with nickeled trigger guard with finger spur. Fine checkered walnut grips with nickeled swelled butt. CONDITION: 40% blue on barrel with good bore. 60% nickel with some flaking. Grips worn with 20% original varnish with good mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 1,750 - 2,500

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1266 - (A) CHICAGO PALM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Chicago Fire Arms Co Model: Palm Pistol Caliber/Bore: .32 Extra ShortRF Barrel Length: 1 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Nickel plated, with mother of pearl sideplates. Revolving radial cylinder action, chambered in .32 rimfire extra short. Right side center of sideplate is marked “THE PROTECTOR PAT. MCH.6.83. AUG.29.83.” left side is marked “CHICAGO FIRE ARMS CO. CHICAGO, ILL.” Made between 1892-1897. Included is the top section of an original box. CONDITION: Near mint overall. 98% bright original remaining. Pearl sideplates are nearly perfect. Action functions phenomenally. Bore is near perfect, appears unfired. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

1267 - (C) LOT OF 2: STEVENS SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (A) Pocket Rifle (B) 40 Serial No. (A) 2522938 (B) 2518814 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .25 Barrel Length: (A) 11 - 3/4” (B)10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Stevens Vernier New Model Pocket rifle made from 1896-1916 by J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Gun has blued octagon to round rifled barrel with blade front sight and notched rear. Nickeled frame and trigger guard with Vernier tang sight. Walnut wood grips. Comes with nickeled skeleton steel stock numbered to the gun. CONDITION: 80% barrel blue with good bore. 60% nickel remaining with frame having some flaking. 50% varnish with some light scratching. Good mechanics. (B) Stevens New Model Pocket rifle with Stevens New Model Scope. Blued octagon to round rifled barrel with bled Stevens New Model scope with fine crosshair optic. Nickeled frame and trigger guard. Walnut plain grip with nickeled skeleton steel stock (not matching gun but is correct style). CONDITION: 80% barrel blue with good bore. 70% nickel with carry wear. 50% varnish with light scratching. Scope has 60% blue with clear optics. Good mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 2,000 - 3,000

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1268 - (C) LOT OF 5: STEVENS SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Stevens Model: (A) 43 (B) 41 (C) Pocket (D) Pocket (E) Gem Serial No. (A) 16728 (B) 46627 (C) 11419 (D) 1018 (E) 1171 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 (C) .30 (D) .22 (E) .25 Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 3 - 3/8” (C) 3 - 1/2” (D) 3 - 1/2” (E) 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Stevens “Six Inch Pocket Rifle” made from 1869-1886 by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Gun has blued half round-half octagon rifled barrel with blade front sight and notched rear. Nickeled spur trigger frame. Walnut two piece plain grips. CONDITION: 70% barrel blue with good bore and mechanics. 80% nickel with 50% original varnish. (B) Stevens Diamond No. 43 tip-up pistol. Made from 1896-1916. Half octagon to round blued barrel with blade front sight and notched rear. Blued frame with spur trigger. Plain walnut grips. CONDITION: 70% blue with good bore and mechanics. 60% varnish. (C) Stevens Old Model Pocket Pistol made from 1864-1886. Blued half round half octagon barrel with single blade front sight. Brass frame with sideplate and spur trigger. Walnut plain grips. CONDITION: 40% fading barrel blue with good bore and mechanics. Brass frame has golden color with 50% varnish. D) Stevens Old Model Pocket pistol with nickel finished rifled half octagon half round barrel. Single blade front sight. Nickeled frame with spur trigger and sideplate. Walnut plain grips. CONDITION: 50% nickel finish with wear marks. Good bore and mechanics. 50% varnish. E) Stevens “Gem” pocket pistol made from 1872 to 1890. Blued swing out rifled barrel. Nickeled frame with spur trigger. Walnut bird’s head grips. CONDITION: 40% barrel blue with good bore and mechanics. 50% nickel with some flaking. 40% varnish with some handling marks. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 2,000 - 3,000

1269 - (A) LOT OF 2: FRANK WESSON 1870 POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) WESSON Model: (BOTH) 1870 Serial No. (A) 96 (B) 2341 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 RF (B) .32 RF Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 12” FFL Status: Antique

Lot consists of: (A) 20” octagon barrel. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Globe front sight. “V”-notch rear sight. Blue with nickel plated frame, backstrap, butt, and skeleton detachable stock. Two piece rosewood grips. Case hardened hammer. CONDITION: 90-95% thinning blue on barrel. Most all original nickel plating remaining, starting to freckle on frame. Bore is excellent bright and clean. (B) 12” octagon barrel. Chambered in .32 rimfire. Globe front sight. ‘V’ notch rear sight. Blue with nickel plated frame, backstrap, butt, and skeleton detachable stock. Two piece rosewood grips. Case hardened hammer. CONDITION: 90-95% thinning blue on barrel. Most all original nickel plating remaining. Bore is excellent bright and clean. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 2,500 - 3,500

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1270 - (A) LOT OF 2: WESSON 1870 SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) WESSON Model: (BOTH) 1870 Serial No. (A) 329 (B) 10 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 12” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 18” full octagon barrel chambered in .32 rimfire. Globe front and “V” notch rear sights. Blue and nickel with two piece rosewood grips. Detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Excellent overall with approximately 95% original blue mixed with brown patina and light freckling on barrel. Most all original bright nickel on frame and stock. Scattered freckling on grip backstrap and stock. Grips are fine showing moderate wear. Excellent bore with light pitting. (B) 12” full octagon barrel chambered in .22 rimfire. Globe front and “V” notch rear sights. Two piece rosewood grips. Detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Fine overall. Barrel has been refinished with most all of the reapplied blue remaining. 95%+ original nickel beginning to frost. Grips are excellent showing modest wear. Bore is excellent. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,750 - 2,500

1271 - (A) LOT OF 2: STEVENS HUNTER’S PET POCKET RIFLES NO. 34. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (BOTH) 34 Serial No. (A) 3159 (B) 4765 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Long RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 18” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Octagon 20” barrel marked “32.LONG R.F.” on bottom flat. Globe front, flip-up elevator rear sights. Blue with nickel plated frame, backstrap, butt, and detachable skeleton stock. Two piece rosewood grips. Fire blue hammer and trigger. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 95%+ heavy blue on barrel and most all original bright nickel. Traces of fire blue on hammer and trigger. Original unmolested screws. Bore is fine with light pitting. (B) Octagon 18” barrel. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Flip-up combination front and flip-up elevator rear sights. Blue with nickel plated frame, backstrap, butt, and detachable skeleton stock. Two piece rosewood grips. Fire blue hammer and trigger CONDITION: Fine overall with 65-70% original thinning blue mixed with patina on barrel. Most all original bright nickel starting to freckle. Traces of fire blue on hammer and trigger. Grips are very good showing moderate wear. Bore is good with moderate pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS1,600 - 2,500

1272 - (A) LOT OF 2: STEVENS SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (A) 34 (B) 40 Serial No. (A) 324873 (B) 24426 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 14 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Heavy frame Hunter’s Pet Pocket Rifle. Octagon 18” barrel. Globe front, elevator fold-down rear sights. Chambered in .32 rimfire. Blue with nickel plated frame, backstrap, butt, and detachable skeleton stock. Two piece rosewood grips. CONDITION: Good overall with approximately 50% blue turning to brown patina. Nickel plated components on pistol have been polished bright with only 10-15% original nickel remaining. Stock has approximately 75% nickel starting to frost. Grips show moderate wear. Bore is good with moderate pitting. (B) New Model Pocket Rifle No. 40. 15” round barrel. Globe front and fold-down elevator rear sights. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Blue barrel. Nickel plated frame, backstrap, butt, and detachable skeleton stock. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine overall with 93%+ original blue mixed with brown patina. Most all bright nickel plating. Good fire blue on hammer and trigger. Excellent walnut grips showing light wear. Excellent bore with light pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500

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1273 - (A) LOT OF 2: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (BOTH) Pocket Rifle Serial No. (A) 20121 (B) 8958 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 15” (B) 10” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Vernier New Model with 15” barrel, chambered in .22 rimfire. Combination fold-down front with frame mounted vernier rear sights. Blue and nickel with detachable skeleton stock. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine overall with 95% original blue on barrel with scattered corrosion and light pitting. 95% original nickel with light flaking on edges. Grips are fine showing light to moderate wear. Good bore with light pitting. (B) No. 42 with 10” barrel chambered in .22 rimfire globe front and adjustable “peep” rear sights. Blue and nickel with two piece walnut grips and detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Very fine overall with most all original thinning blue on barrel. 98% original bright nickel on frame and stock. Excellent grips showing light wear. Strong fire blue on hammer and trigger. Good bore with strong rifling. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

1274 - (A) FRENCH MADE GAULOIS PALM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Gaulois Model: Palm Pistol Serial No. 11752 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Barrel Length: 2 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Fluted rib, 2 - 1/4” round barrel. 5-shot, 8mm magazine. Nearly full coverage delicate engraving featuring flower blossoms with gold inlaid accents. Barrel marked “Gaulois” in gold. Frame is marked in gold with makers logo and “Cal. 8 m/m” Mother of pearl grip on palm squeeze. CONDITION: Excellent with 90-95% original high polish blue finish remaining. Bore is good with some frosting. Action operates properly. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500

1275 - (A) CARVED FULLSTOCK .52 CALIBER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLED SIGNED DERINGER. Manufacturer: Deringer Model: Kentucky Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 43 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

Made by Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Full octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights stamped “H Deringer Philada” on barrel flat. Unmarked flint lock with single trigger control. Full curly maple incised carved stock with brass furniture including a four piece engraved patchbox with a floral finial and release in the toe. CONDITION: Gun has overall aged look with forestock being a replacement from entry pipe out. Wrist has repair of high quality Wood has been cleaned but retains pleasing aged look. Lock is a reconversion and is mechanically sound. Barrel has some flaking but appears to be original in length. Good looking rifle by a prominent Philadelphia maker. DLM 2,000 - 4,000

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1276 - (A) DUBLIN CASTLE MARKED FLINTLOCK MUSKET WITH 40TH REGIMENT MARKED BAYONET AND SCABBARD. Manufacturer: Dublin Castle Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .77 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique

Probably a militia musket. Tapered round barrel with no visible proof marks and a lug mounted on top towards the muzzle. Rounded lockplate, tail inscribed “Dublin Castle” with a large engraved crown over “GR” in the center as well as a stamped British ordnance mark below the pan. Brass furniture. Full length stock with four “X”s carved on the right side of the buttstock and a relief beaver tail around the barrel tang; there is no wrist escutcheon. Complete with a replaced iron ramrod. Also included is a 40th regiment marked, triangular British socket bayonet, inscribed on the socket “40”. Complete with its original leather scabbard, with a brass stud as well as a leather frog. CONDITION: Barrel retains a dark pitted surface. Lock functions well in its original flintlock configuration. Lock markings possibly refreshed or added. Brass retains a dark unpolished patina. Stock shows scattered marks from use. Both sling swivels are absent. Bayonet retains a dark heavy brown patina with some corrosion on blade and some losses at tip. Scabbard is very good, with a small portion missing at the tip. Retaining an original surface with some crazing. A very nice Revolutionary War period musket and bayonet. DMG 3,000 - 6,000

1277 - (A) FINE RELIEF CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE ATTRIBUTED TO LEONARD REEDY. Manufacturer: Leonard Reedy, Attributed Model: Flintlock Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 42 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique This fine Golden Age rifle is attributed to Leonard Reedy who worked in Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Rifle dates circa 1810-1815 and displays all of Reedy’s signature characteristics. Octagon barrel with brass front sight and notched rear sight. Rifled bore. Hand forged lockplate with molded tail and beveled edges. Classic four piece brass patchbox in the classic Leonard Reedy style engraved with scrolls throughout. Classic brass Womelsdorf furniture with a decorated iron trigger. There is a silver wrist escutcheon with partially visible monogrammed initials and a silver half moon above the cheekpiece. Highly figured maple stock of classic Womelsdorf form with extensive incised and relief scrolls on both sides of the wrist, and classic Leonard Reedy scrolls behind the cheekpiece. Classic relief and incised scrolls designs around the barrel tang and on both sides of the ramrod entry ferrule. There are also relief panels around lock and sideplate. Complete with a replaced wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel retains a heavy brown patina. Lock retains a brown patina and is in its original flintlock configuration. Brass retains and unpolished, dark patina. Silver inlays polished slightly. Stock shows some wear to carving and retains an orange hue. There is a small piece replaced in front of the buttplate tang and a small section around the ramrod channel towards the muzzle. Nosecap is probably a replacement. Stock shows scattered age cracks and marks from use. A very attractive, relief carved, Golden Age rifle by a desirable maker. DMG 7,000 - 10,000

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1278 - (A) 1814 JACOB DICKERT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA RIFLE. Manufacturer: J. Dickert Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 38 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique

Jacob Dickert was contracted to make these rifles in 1814 and according “American Shoulder Arms Vol II” by George Moller these arms are very scarce with under twenty being made by Dickert. Rifle has correct 38-1/4” octagon barrel with muzzle turned down to accept a taper fit bayonet. Barrel is signed with remnants of Jacob Dickert’s signature in script. Sweitzer marked flint lock with name having the backwards “Z” controlled by a single trigger and held by a brass musket style sideplate. Curly maple plain stock with brass furniture including a two piece patchbox with release in top of buttplate, trigger guard and nosecap. Barrel is held in place by flat keyes. Rifle conforms to contract specifications with the exception of a toeplate and barrel is .64 caliber and is a smoothbore. A very rare rifle. CONDITION: Overall good condition with metal parts having finish matching age. Wood has original looking finish with some chips missing out of the tang area and some cracking out along the forestock area. Missing one barrel key. Lock looks correct but could be possible conversion using period parts. DLM 2019 3,500 - 5,000

1279 - (A) TRYON FLINTLOCK MILITIA RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Kentucky Longrifle Caliber/Bore: .45 rifled Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique In the style of an 1814 rifle, but much higher quality. Possibly an attempt for an earlier Tryon contract. The rifle has “Tryon Philada” stamped on the octagon rifled barrel with muzzle turned for a socket bayonet. Rifle sights, military style sling swivels and “Tryon Philad” military style marked flint lock with brass pan and single trigger. Full curly maple stock with brass hardware including four-piece “pineapple” finial patchbox and toeplate. Patchbox release in toeplate. German silver thumbpiece wrist inlay and barrel escutcheon plates with flat keys. Comes with “US” marked socket bayonet and letter of authenticity. CONDITION: Overall good condition with light usage marks. Metal has some peppery pitting and has faded to a plum color. Brass has a mellow mustard color patina. Wood looks to have original finish with a raised grain effect due to the composition of the wood. Good mechanics with no obvious restoration or alterations. Bayonet finish has turned plum. DLM 2,000 - 3,000

1280 - (A) R. STERLING NEWBURGH NY FLINTLOCK NEW ENGLAND MILITIA RIFLE WITH BAYONET. Manufacturer: R. Sterling Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 29” FFL Status: Antique This gun has a 29” barrel, with an overall measurement of 42”. Clearly marked on the top of the barrel “R. STERLING NEWBURGH”. Made in New York. Lock is marked “C. BAKER”. Original flint configuration. Brass mounted. Similar guns of this maker are proofed at the breech indicating military purchase. This gun is not. Stock has “XLII” carved into it on the right side. Accompanied by what appears to be the original socket bayonet with a matching Roman Numeral on the flat of the blade. Blade measures 11”. Fits well. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall, having been lightly cleaned at some point. Markings are clear. Wood is fine with light dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with minor pitting. Fine mechanical function. Bayonet is in matching condition with areas of light pitting. GR 1,500 - 2,000

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1281 - (A) MASSIVE COMPOSITE FLINTLOCK FOWLING PIECE, THE LOCK LATE 17TH-EARLY 18TH CENTURY, SIGNED F. SMART FOR FRANCIS SMART, 1695-1725. 1715-1725 HE MADE GUNS FOR THE HUDSONS BAY COMPANY. Manufacturer: H. Smart Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .80 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 68” FFL Status: Antique The 68” barrel is octagonal at breech, 16 sided forward of front sight, then forward to round. Stamped on top C.L.P.; significance unknown. The lock with early English strawberry leaf engraving on flat lock, the cock engraved en suite and signed F. Smart. The walnut half stock is of club-butt form with molding. Brass mounts comprising heel plate, trigger guard, four ramrod pipes and fore end tip. Form of gun is more Italian than English; however, may be English. CONDITION: Barrel deeply patinated and uncleaned. Lock is stained but with no significant pitting. Brass furniture is clean, with little wear. Stock is in good condition, with minor marks and one longitudinal chip which does not detract. Action is excellent. Bore is good. Possibly an 18th century restock; nevertheless a unique and most attractive gun that Norm Flayderman most certainly have referred to as “a showstopper.” 1,200 - 2,500 1282 - (A) FAUX STRIPE DECORATED KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED P&D MOLL. Manufacturer: P&D Moll Model: Kentucky Serial No. 142 Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Full length, octagon, smoothbore barrel with engraved brass front sight and brass rear sight. Double lines engraved in front of and behind each sight. Top flat inscribed “P & D Moll Hellerstown No 142”. Engraved lockplate stamped “LONDON WARRANTED”. Brass trigger and trigger floorplate with classic brass Lehigh County trigger guard and sideplate terminating in the back with an arrow. Classic Moll two piece patchbox with simple engraved borders. Small toeplate in the shape of a Liberty cap. Faux striped maple stock in the classic Lehigh form with a stepped wrist. Complete with its original wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel retains a brown patina with scattered light pitting and heavier pitting at breech. Reconverted lock is a replacement and retains a mostly brown surface. Brass retains a mellow patina and shows some corrosion and scattered marks from use. Stock retains nearly all of its original finish with some scattered age cracks and minor areas flaked. One sliver replaced along bottom of lockplate. One lock retaining screw is absent and lock does not function properly. There are a few splinters missing on the left side of the forend. A very attractive signed Lehigh rifle. DMG 1,000 - 2,000 1283 - (A) 1814 TRYON MILITIA FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: 1814 Caliber/Bore: .60 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique George Tryon manufactured Militia or trade rifle using a hodgepodge of period parts. Gun has smoothbore octagonal barrel with rifle sights stamped “Tryon Phila”. Tryon marked flint lock with single trigger control. Walnut stock with musket style butt with cheek piece and what resembles an 1814 style oval side opening patchbox. Brass furniture of “Kentucky rifle” style with small trade rifle style nose cap. Musket style sideplate and metal ramrod. CONDITION: Overall dark patina on all metal surfaces. Wood has added coat of shellac with possibility of having been sanded. Small chip from behind the tang. Lock is a reconversion and barrel and lock plate have pits from percussion cap use. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 2,000 1284 - (A) LEHIGH COUNTY FLINTLOCK “BUCK AND BALL” RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Buck and Ball Caliber/Bore: .58 Barrel Length: 48” FFL Status: Antique Buck and ball smoothbore rifle built in the typical Lehigh area style with “egg” shaped wrist, Lehigh brass buttplate, “pinched” trigger guard and Lehigh style stock profile. Rifle has octagon to round barrel with “Tryon Phila” marked flint lock with no sideplate. “Schimmel” style construction with no entry pipe and one ramrod pipe. Plain curly maple stock with cheekpiece. Hardwood ramrod with threaded tip. CONDITION: Overall good with added finish on barrel. Wood has added finish with small slivers along the forestock. Small crack through top lock screw and small crack half way out the forestock. No major restoration visible and gun is mechanically sound. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 900 - 1,300

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1285 - (A) BRITISH TOWER NEW LAND PATTERN FLINTLOCK MUSKET. Manufacturer: Tower Model: New Land Pattern Caliber/Bore: .75 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 39” FFL Status: Antique .75 caliber with 39” round barrel. Bayonet stud used as front sight and finished brown. Slotted rear sight, Crown British proofs at breech. Lock is Crown over GR and marked “TOWER”. Walnut one piece stock with three brass rod pipes, brass trigger guard, and brass butt plate. Indiscernible proofs on right side of butt. Produced in large quantities and used world wide by British troops and many Colonial troops alike until production ceased in 1854. CONDITION, Fine with a mellow brown patina on barrel and lock. Brass furniture has evidence of having been cleaned and polished for display purposes. Lock and mechanics function fine. Pan has significant burn out and corrosion from period use. Bore is dark but good. Wood is very fine and full sized with no evidence of refinish. 1,000 - 1,500 1286 - (A) LONG BARREL LONG RANGE 1850’S PERCUSSION TARGET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Percussion Target Rifle Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 39 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Unmarked but New England style, possibly a New York made long range target rifle. Half round, half octagon barrel. .54 caliber. 14 groove rifling. Weighs 12 pounds 15 oz. Back action lock. German silver mounted with a running deer on the cheek rest and a deer with tree on the left side of the butt. The barrel has a dovetail for a rear sight, sight not present. 1 - 9/16 inch sight tube with an 11 inch long base extending over the wrist of the gun; barrel mounted with a screw. Hooded front sight. Light scroll engraving around the muzzle. The barrel measures 1 inch across at the muzzle and 1 - 1/8 inches across the flats towards the breech. Half stock, checkered wrist. Double set triggers work, extremely fine trigger when set. Hammer is a period replacement that has been modified to fall on the nipple. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing even age patina with some extremely light pitting on the barrel. Bore has good rifling showing some wear and light pitting. Wood has dings and light handling marks with a minor crack on the left side extending from the lock screw to the rear of the barrel. Good mechanical function. GR. 1,000 - 2,000 1287 - (A) LOT OF TWO: KEMP AND NOGGLE PERCUSSION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Kemp (B) Noggle Model: (BOTH) Kentucky Caliber/Bore: A) .45 B) .38 Barrel Length: (A) 34” (B) 39” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: A) Half stock back action percussion muzzleloader marked on the lock and on the barrel “J. Kemp”. He worked in Chicago, Illinois circa 1851-1856. Walnut stock with pewter nose cap and German silver furniture. Back action lock with single trigger control. Heavy octagon barrel with rifle sights. Hardwood ramrod. B) Percussion Kentucky style rifle marked “W.NOGGLE” on barrel. He worked in New Burlington, Ohio circa 1840-1860. Full octagon rifled barrel with notched rear sight and blade front. Percussion lock made by “H&W Carey Xenia, Ohio” controlled by double set triggers. Full curly maple stock with brass hardware and “poor boy” style butt. Hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: A) Metal turning a plum patina. Wood has several breaks along forestock and is in need of repair with some of the wood missing making the stock loose. Mechanically sound with trigger needing some work. B) Overall aged patina with light pitting on metal surfaces. Stock has wrist repair and has been cleaned. Triggers are a little bit sticky. DLM 1,200 - 1,800 1288 - (A) J.H. JOHNSTON PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: J.H. Johnston Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 44 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Buck and Ball style Kentucky rifle made by J.H. Johnston of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania circa 1850. Half round, half octagon style barrel with straight cut rifling, rifle sights and signed in script “J.H.Johnston”. Percussion lock made by “Jos. Golcher” and controlled by a single trigger. Full curly maple stock with brass furniture including engraved four piece patchbox with Johnston’s “Q” finial and toe release. Period brass plate repair to wrist. Incised carved line pattern around wrist. Comes with research on maker. CONDITION: Overall fair condition with wrist repair and old remnants of cleaning agents. Fair mechanics with trigger mechanism being a little sticky. DLM 1,500 - 2,500

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1289 - (A) J.H. JOHNSTON .40 CALIBER PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: J.H. Johnston Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled Barrel Length: 39 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Made in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania by J.H. Johnston circa 1850. Full rifled octagon barrel signed in script “J.H. Johnston” with rifle sights. Full curly maple stock with four coin silver inlays including a beautiful federal eagle on the cheekpiece. Brass furniture with engraved four piece patchbox with typical Johnston engraving. Golcher percussion lock with double set triggers. Comes with research on gunmaker. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with no visible repairs or restoration. Dark original finish with good mechanics. DLM 1,500 - 2,500

1290 - (A) FINE AND SCARCE CIVIL WAR LINDSAY TWO-SHOT PERCUSSION RIFLED MUSKET. Manufacturer: Lindsay Model: Two-Shot Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 39” FFL Status: Antique

Only 1,000 of these guns were produced, under contract for the Federal Government in 1864 for use during the Civil War. Standard three band configuration. Well marked on the top of the breech “LINDSAY/ PATENT/D.OCT.9.1860”. These guns featured two hammers which were fired sequentially with a single trigger. Designed to fire a superposed load, these guns did not receive favorable reports in the field. These guns were known to have been issued to the 5th, 16th & 23rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry regiments, as well as the 9th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry. CONDITION: Fine, having been very lightly cleaned at some point in the past. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood is very fine with some very minor handling marks and sharp cartouches. Bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. This gun does not show any indication of having been issued. GR 3,500 - 5,000

1291 - (A) SUPERB BURNSIDE MODEL OF 1864 5TH MODEL PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Burnside Rifle Co Model: 5th Model Carbine Serial No. 10153 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 21” FFL Status: Antique

Manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Company, the Model of 1864, also known as the 5th Model Burnside. Serial number 10153 with 21” round barrel marked “CAST STEEL” on top and vividly case colored receiver marked “BURNSIDE PATENT MODEL OF 1864” on top. Two piece oil finished walnut stocks with case colored barrel and and buttplate. US martially inspected strongly on left wrist. Sub-inspectors markings found on mast small parts. Matching serial numbers and assembly numbers found on receiver, breech assembly and removable locking gas block. Fitted with carbine sling bar and ring. CONDITION: Very fine with very vivid case colors on frame, faded colors on lock, barrel band, and buttplate. Breech assembly retains virtually all of its bright nitre blue finish. Barrel has most all of its rust blue finish and balance starting to patina. Bore is brilliantly bright with crisp rifling. Breech and chamber are as new. Wood stocks are excellent with crisp markings and no distress. Really a great 5th model Burnside Carbine. TDW 3,000 - 5,000

1292 - (A) FORDNEY SIGNED PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Fordney Model: Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 40 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Percussion fullstock Kentucky rifle signed “C. Fordney” for Caspar Fordney who worked from 1828 to circa 1850 in Pennsylvania and later Ohio. Gun has full octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights. Percussion commercial unmarked lock with double set trigger control. Curly maple fullstock with brass hardware including engraved four piece patchbox. Coin silver cheekpiece inlay and thumbpiece. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with some usage marks and dings. Lock is a replacement. Stock has crack at wrist with no other visible restoration or repairs. Lock functions and gun has a shootable bore. DLM 1,500 - 2,000

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1293 - (A) LOT OF TWO: DOUBLE BARRELLED KENTUCKY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) WWS (B) Unknown Model: (A) O/U Kentucky (B) O/U Kentucky Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) (O) .38 Rifled (U) 20 Bore (B) (BOTH) .44 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 38” (B) 38 - 7/8”

Lot consists of: (A) Over/under rifle shotgun percussion double muzzleloader signed in script “WWS” for William W. Smith of Saltillo, Pennsylvania. Full octagon rifled barrel over a half round half octagon smoothbore barrel. Curly maple buttstock with brass engraved patchbox and hardware. Cheekpiece with German silver inlay with the initials “GWH”. Double set triggers and original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with good honest wear. Shootable bores with triggers and hammers being a little sticky. (B) Over under swivel breech with unmarked rifled octagon barrels and rifle sights. Percussion back action lock with double set triggers. Curly maple stock with brass hardware. German silver thumbpiece and cheekpiece inlays. Similar to rifles made in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Area of Pennsylvania. CONDITION: Gun is in honest condition with stock being cleaned. Gun has shootable bores with good mechanics. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 1294 - (A) JOSEPH SPRINGER 10X60R HAMMER DOUBLE RIFLE. Manufacturer: Joseph Springer Model: Double Rifle Serial No. 4788 Caliber/Bore: 10x60R Barrel Length: 25 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Made by Joseph Springer Wien, Austria. Blue rifled side by side barrels marked “F. Deyr in Wien” with blade front sight and notched rear sight. Scroll engraved underlever back action frame with rear hidden peep with set triggers. Horn and metal trigger guard. Fancy figured European walnut checkered stock with cheekpiece and metal engraved buttplate. Checkered splinter walnut forearm and sling swivels. CONDITION: Barrel have 60% original blue with corners fading to silver and some light speckling. Good shootable bores and mechanics. Frame has case in the protected areas with sharp engraving. Wood has 50% original finish with no visible cracks or repairs. Well made gun with good look to it! DLM 1,000 - 1,500 1295 - (A) MEXICAN WAR PERIOD HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1842 .69 CALIBER MUSKET DATED 1846 Manufacturer: Harpers Ferry Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique This gun is dated 1846, which means it certainly could have been issued during the Mexican Wars (April 1846- February 1848). A substantial number of these guns were reissued by both Union and Confederate forces for use in the Civil War. The “Fighting 69th” New York, part of the Irish Brigade, was known to have been issued smoothbore model 1842 muskets. Matching 1846 dates on the barrel and lock. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned with areas of light pitting. Markings are clear. Wood has been lightly cleaned with dings and handling marks, there is a slight crack on the left side where the stock meets the barrel tang. Good cartouches on left side. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500 1296 - (A) FULLSTOCK .41 CALIBER PERCUSSION LONG RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Kentucky Caliber/Bore: .41 Rifled Barrel Length: 39 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Unsigned full curly maple stocked rifle with “Jas Golcher” marked percussion lock with double set triggers. Brass furniture with four piece “Q” finial patchbox similar to those seen on late Virginia and West Virginia guns. Nice bone inlay of a weeping heart on the cheekpiece. Rifled full octagon barrel with rifle sights. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with added coat of varnish on wood. No visible repairs with good mechanics. DLM 800 - 1,500 110

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1297 - (A) FULLSTOCK PERCUSSION .44 CALIBER LONG RIFLE SIGNED S. THOMPSON. Manufacturer: S. Thompson Model: Kentucky Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique Made by Samuel B. Thompson of Columbus, Ohio circa 1850. Full rifled octagon barrel with rifle sights stamped in block letters “S. Thompson”. Recycled flint plate with percussion ignition system controlled by double set triggers with Ohio style half circle rear trigger. Artificially striped full maple stock with brass hardware. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with traces of original finish on stock. Mechanically solid. Several small cracks in wood near the muzzle with lead ramrod pipe missing. Ramrod broken and splintered at one end. DLM 800 - 1,200 1298 - (A) S.J. HESTON .36 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE AND HORN. Manufacturer: S.J Heston Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 37” FFL Status: Antique Samuel J. Heston worked in Reading, Pennsylvania circa 1870 then moved to Worthington, Indiana circa 1880. Rifled full octagon barrel with blade front sight and notched rear. Percussion lock controlled by double set trigger. Walnut half stock with brass trigger guard, side plate, and barrel escutcheon. German silver buttplate and pewter nosecap. Comes with contemporary powder horn produced for the United States Bicentennial. Scrimshawed with federal eagle and shield, banner with “Life, Liberty and Prosperity 1776”. Initialed by maker “DJM”. CONDITION: Rifle is in fair condition with some heavy usage marks. Metal has faded to a brown patina with barrel having extra slots and screw holes for sights. Wood retains an old finish with no visible repairs or cracks. Good mechanics with shootable bore. Horn is in good condition missing plug. No breaks or cracks with sharp scrimshawing. Comes with rope sling. DLM 700 - 1,000 1299 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO PERCUSSION RIFLES, ONE .54 AND ONE .36 CALIBER. Manufacturer: (A) Unmarked (B) Hatfield Model: (BOTH) Percussion Caliber/Bore: (A) .54 Rifled (B) .36 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 32 - 3/4” (B) 39” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Unmarked contemporary made half stock percussion rifle with full octagon rifled barrel marked “.54”. Maple stock with browned steel hardware. Browned percussion lock with double set trigger control. Blade front sight and notched rear sight. Comes with brass tipped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Excellent bore and mechanics, with light handling marks. (B) Hatfield .36 caliber full maple stocked percussion squirrel rifle. Full octagon rifled barrel marked “Hatfield” with blade front sight and buckhorn rear sight. Hatfield marked percussion lock with double set trigger control. Brass hardware with hardwood brass tipped ramrod. CONDITION: Like new bore with light handling marks. Good mechanics. DLM 700 - 1,200

1300 - (A) W. EVERSON FULL STOCK PERCUSSION BENCH RIFLE. Manufacturer: W. Everson Model: Percussion Bench Rifle Caliber/Bore: .45 Percussion Barrel Length: 37” FFL Status: Antique Features heavy octagon barrel, 1/2” flats, fixed sights, full length tiger striped maple stock, brass forend tip, three retaining thimbles, backlock action, double set triggers, ornate brass trigger guard, brass buttplate. Lock stamped “W. EVERSON” twice. CONDITION: All metal is heavy brown patina with pitting at breech. Stock is very good with usual dings and a small chip of wood missing at heel. Unusual early bench rifle dating to the 1840’s. There were two W. Eversons; Washington Everson built rifles in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania 1834 to 1836; and William Everson who built rifles during the mid-19th century in Dayton, Ohio. 600 - 1,200

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1301 - (A) SWIVEL BREECH PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH POWDER FLASK. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .40 Smoothbore & .43 Rifled Barrel Length: 31 - 3/8” Over/under octagon barreled swivel breech percussion muzzleloader with one rifled barrel and one smoothbore barrel. Rifle sights with German silver blade front sights. Walnut buttstock with brass furniture including a brass capbox. German silver cheekpiece inlays. Brass ramrod. Comes with “shell” pattern brass powder flask. CONDITION: Swivel mechanism functions, but is loose. Wood has poor repair around lock with tang being cracked. Mechanics work but are sticky. Brass flask is split and worn to a patina with handling marks and dents.DLM 600 - 800

1302 - (A) R & O GALLAGER CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE. Manufacturer: Richardson & Overman Model: Gallager Carbine Serial No. 21619 Caliber/Bore: .52 Barrel Length: 22 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique This carbine was invented by South Carolina native Mahlon Gallager, who licensed the design to Richardson and Overman of Philadelphia. 22,728 Gallager carbines were purchased by the Union Army and saw extensive use as a cavalry weapon. CONDITION: Very good overall with 80-85% thinning original blue on the barrel. Traces of case color on the frame, turning mostly a silver patina. Bore is very good and the action tight and crisp. Wood shows moderate to heavy use. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

1303 - (A) INDIAN WARS SPENCER MODEL 1865 CARBINE. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1865 Serial No. 5384 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 18 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration for a model 1865, with the Stabler magazine cutoff. Made by the Burnside Rifle Company. Three-groove rifling. CONDITION: Retains 30% faded case colors on the receiver. Barrel retains 40% blue. Some light surface rust. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood has dings and handling marks. This gun is not cartouched. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling. GR 1,500 - 2,000

1304 - (A) CIVIL WAR WHITNEY MODEL 1861 NAVY PLYMOUTH RIFLE, DATED 1863 WITH BAYONET. Manufacturer: Whitney Model: Plymouth Rifle Serial No. 5242 Caliber/Bore: .69 Rifled Barrel Length: 34 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. Matching 1863 dates on the lock and barrel. Front sight and bayonet lug are modern restorations. There is an additional hole in the top of the barrel which would be covered by the rear sight. The rear sight dovetail has been freshened. The front screw hole for the rear sight is stripped. Proper rear sight is present but will not stay on the gun due to to the stripped screw hole. Also has a bayonet with matching number stamped into the back of the hilt. “FCW” stamped into the pommel. Has “US” on one side of the blade followed by a star, and a star stamped into the other side. This same star mark appears on the ends of the quillion. Also has “BH” stamped into the crossguard. Housed in a leather scabbard with brass mounts. CONDITION: Gun has been cleaned with restorations as noted. Markings are clear. Some light pitting. Wood has been sanded with visible cartouches. There is a crack at the front of the lock as well as some plastic wood repair above the lock and in the tang area. Bore has strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. Bayonet has had the muzzle ring repaired, evidence of this bayonet being apart and put back together at some point. Markings on bayonet are questionable at best. Scabbard is solid. GR 1,000 - 1,500 112

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1305 - (A) LOT OF 2 SHORTENED CIVIL WAR 1863 PERCUSSION MUSKETS: LONDON ARMORY AND SPRINGFIELD. Manufacturer: (A) London Armory (B) Springfield Model: (A) Carbine (B) Carbine Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .577 Rifled (B) .58 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 21 - 1/2” (B) 25 1/2” FFL Status: Antique (A) 1863 dated London Armory musket that has been shortened to carbine length. Original checkering fore and aft on the stock. Barrel was reduced in length to 21 - 3/8” and a “pinched” front sight was added. This was done fairly contemporary. Proper LAC markings on barrel. Correct cartouche with 1863 date. The ram rod has also been shortened, but is still threaded at the end. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some light pitting and strong markings. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Checkering is sharp. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. (B) Springfield 1863 that has been made into a copy of a Confederate altered carbine. Matching 1863 dates on the lock and barrel. Brass buttplate and nose cap. Buttplate has a spurious CS marking on it. Barrel was reduced in length to 25 - 1/2”. The block front sight standard fairly high. To be a proper Richmond carbine, it would have to have a “pinched” front sight. The sling swivel from the front of the trigger guard has been removed. A reproduction sling swivel was added to the stock just behind the trigger guard tang. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina having been lightly cleaned at some point. Markings are clear. Wood has been sanded. Bore has strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

1306 - (A) CIVIL WAR ERA BRITISH HOLLIS AND SONS PATTERN 1856 CAVALRY CARBINE. Manufacturer: Hollis & Sons Model: Carbine Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 21” FFL Status: Antique Standard 1856 pattern with swivel ram rod. Simple folding leaf rear sight. Saddle bar on left side. “25” proofed barrel. Marked on the lock “J. HOLLIS & SONS” towards the front. Marked at the rear of the lock in a circle surrounding an intertwined stylized “H&S” marking (for Hollis & Sons) is “MAKERS TO HER MAJESTY’S/ WAR DEPARTMENT”. Traces of a similar mark on the stock are present on the right side. It is known that the Confederacy imported quite a few model 1856 carbines for use in the Civil War. CONDITION: Metal retains a pleasing patina with areas of light pitting. Markings are clear. Stock has been sanded at one time. Brass has a nice dark untouched color to it. Bore has strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000

1307 - (A) LOT OF 2 CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION MUSKETS: S.N. & W.T.C CONTRACT 1861 & MODEL 1842 WITH PALMETTO MARKED LOCK. Manufacturer: (A) S.N. & W.T.C. (B) Palmetto Model: (A) 1861 (B) 1842 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .58 Rifled (B) .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 40” (B) 42” FFL Status: Antique (A) Contract Model 1861 marked “S.N. & W.T.C./ FOR/ MASSACHUSETTS”, dated 1863 at the rear of the lock. Barrel markings are no longer present. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Gun has been heavily cleaned, no markings are left on the barrel. Lock markings are clear. Stock has been sanded. Missing the middle band spring. Rifling is sharp. Fine mechanical function. (B) 1842 Model smoothbore musket. The lock has what appear to be spurious Palmetto Armory markings, but of the correct style. “COLUMBIA/ S.C. 1852” at the rear of the lock is double stamped. The barrel has the standard VP Eaglehead proofs with an 1852 tang date. No markings on buttplate, bands or stock. Accompanied by a proper style socket bayonet missing the locking ring. CONDITION: Metal surfaces retain a pleasing patina with some light pitting, having been cleaned at some point in the past. Wood has dings and handling marks. Significant burn out behind the bolster. Lock is in good working order. GR 1,000 - 2,000

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1308 - (A) LOT OF TWO: ELI WHITNEY AND ENFIELD PERCUSSION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) E. Whitney (B) Enfield Model: (BOTH) Percussion Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .70 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 42” (B) 32” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Eli Whitney conversion of the 1816 style US flintlock musket. U.S. with E. Whitney marked lock with rear marked New Haven and dated 1841. Brass touch hole plug with large percussion hammer. Smoothbore barrel with three bands and “US” and “P” in circle proofs. Walnut musket style stock with iron furniture and “US” mark on butt. Original steel ramrod. CONDITION: Uncleaned original condition with an overall dark patina. Good mechanics with replaced nipple. Wood has handling marks with no visible repairs. (B) British Pattern 1853 style Enfield two band smoothbore musket with Crown over V.R. and marked 1862 over Enfield marked percussion lock. Smoothbore musket style barrel with unknown markings at rear of barrel (possible import markings). Walnut wood stock with brass furniture. Original style ramrod. CONDITION: Overall dark patina with metal developing some light pitting. Mechanically solid and functions.Wood has dark finish with usage marks. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

1309 - (A) 1798 ROBERT MCCORMICK CONTRACT MUSKET. Manufacturer: McCormick Model: 1798 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 45 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Made by Robert McCormick between 1798 and 1801 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was thrown in debtors prison for defaulting on his contract. Flint lock marked “McCormick” at rear and “US” in front of the cock. Liberty cap proof on rear of smoothbore musket barrel. Walnut wood stock with iron furniture. Original iron ramrod. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with some applied finish. Metal parts have pitted appearance with a possible coat of old oil. Lock is original with replaced pan spring. Wood is solid with an old coat of oil. Wrist is broken and repaired and appears to have been done long ago. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,750 - 2,500

1310 - (A) HARPER’S FERRY 1836 FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Harpers Ferry Model: 1836 Serial No. 1825 Caliber/Bore: .72 Rifled Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique 1816 Pattern flintlock musket made at Harper’s Ferry and dated on rear of lock 1836. Original flintlock with date of 1836 and eagle over “US” stamp with brass pan. Three band stock hardware with original type ramrod. Full musket style stock with “JM” proof on left side of stock. Tang marked 1825. Musket barrel with illegible marks at breech. CONDITION: Gun looks to have been cleaned at one time. Lock possible later replacement. Stock has no visible restoration with usage and wear marks. Good mechanics. DLM 1,000 - 2,000

1311 - (A) US 1808 FLINTLOCK MUSKET DATED 1814. Manufacturer: US Model: 1808 Musket Caliber/Bore: .70 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1814 according to lock date. Barrel marked with “P” proof and “U.S.” and “W” marks near the breech. Illegible maker’s marked lock with” Phila” address. Iron furniture with iron ramrod. Walnut full military stock. CONDITION: Metal has aged patina with some cleaned areas. Stock is cracked behind sideplate and in front of trigger guard. Lock is a probable reconversion. Mechanically sound. Missing front and rear sling swivels. 750 - 1,500

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1312 - (A) IRISH FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS. Manufacturer: Limerick Model: Blunderbuss Caliber/Bore: 1 - 3/4” Barrel Length: 15 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Iron blunderbuss barrel deeply inscribed “Limerick” on top flat. Flat lockplate inscribed “Wrs Mills”. Engraved brass furniture with an acorn finial on the buttplate and pineapple finial above engraved wolves on the trigger guard finial. Plain walnut stock. CONDITION: Barrel tang is bent and barrel is not secured to stock, and has been cleaned. Various areas of damage and staining. Lock retains a dark patina and is in original flintlock configuration. Stock shows some losses and denting. DMG 750 - 1,100 1313 - (A) MERWIN & BRAY MARKED BALLARD SINGLE SHOT CARBINE. Manufacturer: Merwin & Bray Model: Ballard Serial No. 782 Caliber/Bore: .54 RF Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique This carbine is almost identical to the .44 Rimfires sold during the Civil War to the Kentucky Cavalry, with the exception of caliber which is .54 Rimfire. There are no US markings, so while its time frame dates to the Civil War, there is no indication of US issue. Left side of frame is marked “MERWIN & BRAY AGT’S N.Y. 782”. Right side is stamped “BALLARD PATENT 1861”. Features round barrel, single band with swivel, dovetail front sight, folding leaf rear sight, walnut stocks, swivel at base of stock, lever action, single shot, and breechloading. CONDITION: 95% original barrel blue with some patina showing through. Barrel band is grey with age spotting. Frame is a soft, silver dull steel grey with some scattered age freckles. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal. Strong, clean, sharp rifled bore and fine action. While not officially military issued, it is probable it saw use given that it was a quality weapon and its .44 caliber counterpart is considered reliable and accurate. This is the never seen .54 caliber version. Extremely sharp, all original, and untouched with lots of finish. It is believed that the .54 Rimfire was experimental, introduced at the start of the war but never adopted. These are extremely rare carbines in this caliber and very few have surfaced. DB 1,800 - 2,500 1314 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Rifle Co. Model: 1853 Serial No. 21740 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique This rifle features full, heavy octagon barrel, German nickel sporting front sight, Lawrence folding rear sight, walnut forend, pewter tip, walnut stock, brass patchbox and buttplate. Barrel is stamped “SHARPS RIFLE MANUFG CO HARTFORD CONN”. Tang is stamped “SHARPS PATENTED 1848”. Right side of frame is stamped “SHARPS PATENT 1852”. Inside patchbox is extra nipple and spare part. CONDITION: Barrel is a smooth mix of blue-brown freckled patina with lots of blue showing through. Sharp edges and legends. Frame, lever, hammer, etc. are a soft, smooth light brown patina. Screws on patchbox retain generous amounts of original blue. Walnut stocks are excellent with just a couple of minor dings here and there. Strong, well-defined, sharp lands and grooves. Fine action. With less than 3,500 manufactured, this is an extremely handsome example. DB 2,000 - 3,000

1315 - (A)UNCOMMON MODEL 1874 SHARPS MILITARY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Rifle Co. Model: 1874 Serial No. 159247 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique

Rarely seen Model 1874 military style three band rifle. Most all of the entire production of these rifles were sold to Schuyler Hartley and Graham. This commercial sale resulted in these rifles going all over the world with examples found in France and the Middle East with patchbox. Round barrel marked “OLD RELIABLE”, “SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT.CONN”, and “CAL.45”. Lawrence patent rear barrel sight. Standard single trigger. Roughly finished walnut stock and musket style forearm. Blue barrel with case hardened receiver, buttplate, lever, breech block, and patchbox. Patchbox has military sub-inspection letter “Y” on hinge and punch dot on inside of lid. CONDITION: Fine overall with 98% heavy original blue on barrel. Traces of original case color on receiver and patchbox mostly turning a brown patina. Stock and forearm are solid and sound however, roughly finished. Bore is excellent+, bright and clean with strong rifling. Overall an interesting example of a scarce version of the Model 1874. TDW 4,000 - 6,000

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1316 - (A) MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Serial No. 28099 Caliber/Bore: .32-40 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Ballard #6 Schuetzen off-hand rifle with a 30” half octagon to round barrel Chambered in .32-40 caliber. Vernier tang peep and spirit level front sights. Schuetzen style, high comb deluxe stock with cheek piece. Stock and forearm checkered with highly figured walnut. Nickel plated Swiss style buttplate. Single trigger. CONDITION: Excellent with 97% original blue on barrel. Light case color on frame, hammer, and lever turning a grey/brown patina. Most of the original nickel on buttplate. Wood is excellent showing light wear. Bore is excellent. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

1317 - (A) MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Serial No. 7410 Caliber/Bore: .40-65 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Ballard No. 1 - 1/2 Hunter’s Rifle. Full octagon 30” barrel chambered in .40-65 caliber. Large blade front and standard rear barrel sights. Select grain uncheckered walnut butt stock and forearm. blue with case hardened frame, lever, and hammer. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent with 98% bright original blue on barrel. Traces of case colors turning a dove grey patina. Wood is excellent showing minimum wear. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Overall an attractive rifle that has seen minimum use. -MKS- 1,000 - 2,000

1318 - (A) PEABODY CARBINE .50 RIMFIRE SINGLE SHOT RIFLE Manufacturer: Peabody Model: Carbine Caliber/Bore: .50 Rimfire Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique

Peabody single shot rimfire carbine. This rifle has been refinished at some point, with the case hardening on the frame, bluing on the barrel and finish on the stock all being non original. CONDITION: Overall near excellent. Metal retains 95% of its finish with light handling marks. Wood is very good with minor dings, scratches and gouges. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent. JA 750 - 1,000

1319 - (A) UNUSUAL AND INTERESTING W.B. BARRATT ENGLISH SINGLE-SHOT BREECH LOADING RIFLE. Manufacturer: W.B. Barratt Model: Single-shot Serial No. 3981 Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled Barrel Length: 24 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Marked clearly on the top of the octagon damascus barrel “W.B. BARRATT. BURTON ON TRENT.”. Flip-up rear sight graduated to 150 meters. The breech opens by lifting the “bolt” handle that sets the hammer at half cock and unscrews the breech section so the barrel can tip forward. The hammer has to manually be pulled the rest of the way to full cock. The firing pin is on a hinged assembly attached to the front of the hammer. Firing pin is fairly long and needle-like. Clearly for a centerfire cartridge. Receiver has tasteful scroll engraving, with “W.B. BARRAT” in a ribbon on the left side. Steel buttplate is also engraved. Beautiful burl grain wood. Checkered wrist and forend. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina mixed with about 5% case colors on receiver. Engraving and markings are sharp. Barrel retains 40% brown with good damascus pattern and some minor light pitting. Soft scallop like rifling. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Fine mechanical function. GR 500 - 1,000 116

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1320 - (A) JOHN DICKSON & SON SINGLE SHOT ROOK RIFLE. Manufacturer: John Dickson & Son Model: Rook Rifle Serial No. 101 Caliber/Bore: .22 Hornet Barrel Length: 23 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Octagon to round 23 - 1/4” tapered fluid steel barrel with Damascus pattern. Exposed hammer, underlever. Delicate English style scroll engraving on frame, lever, hammer, and trigger guard. Finely figured English walnut stock with hand checkered wrist and forearm. Barrel has been drilled and taped with scope mounts added. Talley style rings with a 2-7 variable power Leupold Vari-X II scope. CONDITION: Most original brown finish with Damascus pattern remaining on barrel. Frame and trigger guard mostly a brown/grey patina. 1” by 1 - 1/2” repair to right side of stock. Stock has been sanded. Checkering shows moderate wear. Bore is bright with strong rifling. -MKS- 800 - 1,200

1321 - (A) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 74410 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique 1893 vintage Model 1886. Full octagon barrel with full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. Standard sights. CONDITION: Very good overall. Traces of original blue on barrel and magazine. Mostly a gunmetal grey patina. Caliber marking has been re-stamped on barrel. Frame and lever turned a nickel color patina. Wood is refinished showing light wear. Bore is strong. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

1322 - (A) WINCHESTER 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1876 Serial No. 39153 Caliber/Bore: .40-60 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique 1883 Vintage Model 1876. Full octagon barrel with full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. Standard sights. CONDITION: Very good overall. Magazine band is loose to the barrel. Metal is an overall gunmetal grey patina. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Bore is dark. Action is crisp. -MKS- 1,750 - 2,250

1323 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 .44-40 LEVER ACTION DELUXE RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 432412 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique

Made in 1892 by Winchester Repeating Arms, New Haven, Connecticut, this Model 1873 deluxe rifle has blued half round half octagon rifled barrel with blade front sight, Buckhorn style rear adjustable sight and 1/2 magazine. Casehardened frame with serrated dust cover and plain trigger. Walnut highly figured checkered pistol grip stock, ebony grip inlay and checkered forearm. Crescent buttplate with sliding door for cleaning rod (missing rod). Comes with Cody letter verifying all options. CONDITION: Barrel blue worn to a plum color with a shootable bore. Action turning a brown shade with some light pitting. Dust cover has been peened to tighten it up. Elevator has dings blurring the caliber marking. Wood has remnants of the deluxe finish with some scratches and dings from heavy use. Gun is good mechanically. Great gun to restore or just admire as a historical piece. DLM 3,000 - 4,000

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1324 - (A) FACTORY SPECIAL ORDER ENGRAVED FIRST MODEL 1873 RIFLE WITH EXTRA LENGTH BARREL. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 6092 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Winchester Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique

Documented by Winchester with a Buffalo Bill Historical Center letter dated March 14, 2000. Winchester Model 1873 Rifle, serial number 6092, was shipped August 5, 1875 with a 32” full octagon barrel, full magazine, and set trigger with engraved barrel. First Model 1873 rifles are rarely found with any special features and a 32” extra length barrel with engraving is one of the rarest of all possible configurations. Blue finish barrel, tube, and receiver, with case colored hammer, lever, and crescent butt plate with trap for cleaning rod. Fitted with nickel blade front sight and Buckhorn rear sight. Thumbprint dust cover. Engraved at muzzle, retaining band, forend tip, and chamber in broad scroll and vine with dot punch background. CONDITION: This rifle has been expertly restored to its factory new condition by Turnbull Restorations on April 23rd of 2004. The work is outstanding and the the blue and case colors are indiscernible from original finishes. The walnut stocks are as new and refreshed by Turnbull restorations. This unbelievably rare rifle would be easily the centerpiece of any Winchester collection. TDW 8,500 - 12,500

1325 - (A) MARLIN 1893 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1893 Serial No. C5074 Caliber/Bore: .32 Special Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique Full round barrel with two-thirds length magazine tube. Carbine style forearm and barrel band. Carbine style buttplate. Case hardened frame. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. CONDITION: Excellent+ with 95%+ original blue on barrel and magazine tube. 75-80% fading case color on frame and lever. Action is tight. Wood is sound showing little wear with added finish. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000

1326 - (A) LOT OF THREE: TWO BROWNING 1878 .40-70 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES AND .40-50 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A&B) Browning (C) Winchester Model: (A&B) (C) 1885 Serial No. (A) 418 (B) NSN (C) 7304 Caliber/Bore: (A&B) .40-70 (C) .40-50 Barrel Length: (A) 33 - 1/4” (B) 29 - 1/4” (C) 28 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique

Lot consists of: (A) Made by John Moses Browning in Ogden, Utah. Blued rifled barrel marked “Browning Bros Ogden Utah USA , Pat Oct 7, 79”. Blade front sight with adjustable rear sight. Case hardened action with serrated trigger. Walnut Schuetzen style stock with brass Swiss style buttplate. Checkered forearm with inlay. CONDITION: Overall poor with some pitting and poor bore. Action pitted with brown color remaining. Wood replaced and poorly repaired at wrist. (B) Browning made 1878 with full nickel finish. Blued octagon barrel with illegible markings, blade front sight and adjustable rear. Nickeled frame with unusual shape and unusual lever. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel butt. Walnut forearm with pewter tip. CONDITION: Relic condition with rusted barrel and action. Good mechanics. Wood has oil soaked appearance with shrinkage. (C) Browning made 1878 marked “Browning Bros. Ogden, Utah USA, Cal 40-50 Sharps Str”. Blued octagon barrel with blade front sight and replaced rear leaf sight ( Winchester sight). Tang Vernier sight missing disc. Case hardened action with “S” lever. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel butt. Winchester style forearm with black ebony inlay. CONDITION: Overall poor with pitted surfaces, poor bore and replaced wood. Good mechanics. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 118

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1327 - (A) LOT OF TWO: BROWNING 1878 DELUXE AND 1878 .40-70 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (A) 1878 Deluxe (B) 1878 Single Shot Serial No. (A) 116 (B) 503 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .40-70 Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 1/2” (B) 29 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Made by John Moses Browning in Ogden, Utah. This Model 1878 features full octagon blued barrel marked “116” with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Case hardened action with breech block marked “J.M. Browning Ogden, U.T.”. Walnut wood checkered pistol grip stock with steel buttplate and German silver pistol grip cap. Checkered walnut forearm with slotted screw fastener. CONDITION: Barrel fading to gray with pitting. Shootable bore and good mechanics. Wood has oil soaked appearance with checkering wore flat with small wood shrinkage. Forearm checkering wore flat with crack in tip. (B) Browning Model 1878 with blued octagon rifled barrel marked “ Browning Bros Ogden, Utah USA, Pat Oct 7, 79, 40-70, 503”. Case hardened action with scalloped top. Walnut figured grain pistol grip checkered stock with ebony grip inlay and steel crescent buttplate. Walnut plain forearm. CONDITION: Barrel blue fading to a plum color with light pitting. Action has faded to a silvery patina. Shootable bore and good mechanics. Wood has traces of original finish with small crack in forearm and dings and scratches in buttstock. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 1328 - (A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .40-70 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: BROWNING Model: 1878 Caliber/Bore: .40-70 Barrel Length: 28 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Made by Browning Brothers Ogden, Utah. This Model 1878 has blued octagon rifled barrel with blade front sight and rear adjustable. Barrel is marked with “W.F. BEARD” whom further research is needed. Case hardened action, double set triggers, wooden ramrod and iron ramrod pipes. Walnut checkered stock with shotgun style butt with cleaning rod trap. Checkered walnut forearm with pewter nose piece. CONDITION: Barrel has pitted exterior with shootable bore. Action has faded to a silvery pitted patina. Wood has a crack behind the action and a sliver missing along forearm, along with usage marks and dings. Good mechanics. DLM 1,500 - 2,000 1329 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 .44-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 74896 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Made in 1881. Blued octagon barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Tube fed magazine, case hardened receiver, and plain trigger. Plain walnut stock with special order shotgun style buttplate and walnut plain forearm. CONDITION: Metal parts have faded to a silvery plum color. Caliber marking is visible on lifter and action functions well. Wood has oil soaked finish with small sliver missing from forearm from what looks like long ago. Wood is solid with heavy usage marks. Shootable bore and good mechanics. DLM 1,500 - 2,500

1330 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 73654 Caliber/Bore: .38 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique 1881 vintage Model 1873. Full round barrel. Full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good with a cleaned gunmetal grey patina. Wood is sound with added finish. Bore is dark. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

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1331 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 155802 Caliber/Bore: .44 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique 1884 vintage Model 1873. Full round barrel. Button magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good with overall brown patina. Bore is dark. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 1332 - (A) LOT OF TWO: BROWNING MODEL 1878 .40-70 AND .32-40 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (BOTH) 1878 Serial No. (A) 355 (B) 461 Caliber/Bore: (A) .40-70 (B) .32-40 Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 3/8” (B) 26 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Built by John Moses Browning in Ogden, Utah. This Model 1878 features a blued octagon barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear marked “Browning Bros Ogden, Utah 355”. Case hardened action with “S” lever. Walnut wood stock with steel crescent buttplate. Walnut forearm with slotted screw fastener. CONDITION: Overall poor with shootable bore. Hammer has been welded and rear broken. Action has silvery gray patina with some light pitting. Wood has several repairs and is in poor condition. (B) Browning Model 1878 with blued rifled octagon barrel marked “Browning Bros Ogden, Utah USA, Pat Oct 7, 79, 32, 461” with missing front sight and adjustable rear. Nickeled action and lever. Walnut wood stock with nickeled steel crescent buttplate. Walnut forearm with slotted screw fastener. CONDITION: Metal has turned to a silvery patina with a shootable bore. Action has been cleaned with light scratches. Wood has added finish with several cracks and large dings. 800 - 1,200 1333 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING MODEL 1878 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (BOTH 1878 Serial No. (A) 183 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .40 (B) .45 Barrel Length: (A) 33 - 1/4” (B) 30 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Made by Browning Brothers in Ogden, Utah. This Model 1878 has blued round barrel marked “Browning Bros. Ogden, Utah, Pat Oct. 7, 79, 40, 183” with sheared front sight and adjustable rear. Case hardened action with flat lever. Walnut checkered round knob pistol grip stock with steel crescent buttplate and German silver shield and heart inlays. Walnut plain fancy grained forearm with pewter fastener plate and nose cap. CONDITION: Metal worn to silvery patina with some pitting. Good mechanics with shootable bore. Wood has heavy wear with small sliver of wood missing behind action and area where tang sight was probably mounted at one time. (B) Browning Model 1878 marked with octagon blued barrel marked “J.M. Browning Ogden, Utah” , with blade front sight and plugged rear dovetail. Case hardened action marked on breechblock “J.M. Browning Ogden, Utah” with Marbles tang sight. Walnut wood stock with checkered steel buttplate and walnut forearm. CONDITION: Overall gray gun with pitting. Action has been brazed at wrist. Good mechanics and shootable bore. Wood is total replacement. DLM 800 - 1,200 1334 - (A) BELGIAN COPY OF A SPENCER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: Carbine Serial No. 18 Caliber/Bore: .56 Spencer Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique Most likely used by French Troops in the Franco-Prussian War. Gun is a copy of a Spencer Model 1860 Carbine. Gun is unmarked except for Belgian Liege proof on left side of barrel and Belgian makers proof of “FT” on the tang which probably stands for “Falisse and Trappmann” makers in Liege, Belgium circa 1870. Gun has blued barrel with six groove rifling and blued receiver. Walnut wood stocks with carbine butt, saddle ring bar and sling swivel placement. Fixed front sight with spring activated roller rear sight. CONDITION: Gun retains 60% blue with corners worn to a silvery patina. Wood has remnants of original finish with some usage marks and visible cartouches near tang. Buttplate has magazine with light rust from poor storage. Stock has screws for sling swivel buts swivel is missing. Mechanically solid. DLM 1,000 - 1,500 120

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1335 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE WITH LEATHER BARREL SLEEVE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 2860 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Winchester Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1875. Winchester First Model 1873 rifle chambered for the .44-40 cartridge. 24” round barrel with forearm removed and replaced by leather wrap and stitched in place. Has a wonderful aged appearance. Buttstock is a replacement made by tradesman or carpenter but not a gunsmith. Large brass tacks have been added to the stock as embellishment and give the appearance of being native American or Inuit. CONDITION: Fair, bore is dark with visible rifling, action operates. Dust cover is missing. Action appears to operate properly. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 1336 - (A) JD DOUGALL SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: JD Dougall Model: SxS Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 12 Underlever Damascus shotgun made by J.D. Dougall, Glasgow. Scotland. Floral engraved back action locks with engraved hammers. Damascus barrel with concave smooth rib and single bead sight. Straight grip English walnut checkered buttstock with metal buttplate and silver monogram shield at toe. Checkered splinter forearm with keyed fastening. CONDITION: Metal parts worn to a silvery patina. Damascus scene worn to silver color with good bores. Wood has added finish with light handling marks. Mechanically solid and functions. DLM 1,250 - 1,750 1337 - (A) J STEVENS 12 GAUGE EXPOSED HAMMER SIDE BY SIDE. Manufacturer: J Stevens Model: Three Trigger Serial No. 854 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 13-1/2” Choke: Cylinder & Cylinder Gauge: 10 Early and scarce J. Stevens “3-Trigger” 10-gauge. The third trigger is actually the opening lever. 32” damascus barrels choked cylinder and cylinder. Plain, straight grain walnut stock and forearm with round knob pistol grip. CONDITION: Very good overall with only traces of original finishes. Mostly a silver grey patina overall. Action operates well however is a bit loose and should not be fired. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Unusual conversation piece. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 1338 - (A) LOT OF TWO: PARRY AND ITHACA EXPOSED HAMMER SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Parry (B) Ithaca Model: (A) Hammer Double (B) NIG Serial No. (A) 430 (B) 20950 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 32” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: (BOTH) 14” Chamber: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 3 1/2” Choke: (A) (BOTH) IC Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 10 Gauge Lot consists of (A) Parry with Damascus barrels, straight grain checkered walnut stock and forearm, with a Prince of Wales style pistol grip. 14” length of pull to original buttplate. CONDITION: Fine overall with most all Damascus pattern and original brown finish on barrels. Action works properly and is tight. Bores are bright with moderate abrasion. Stock has stress cracks on both sides at the lock plates. Wood has been sanded showing moderate to heavy wear to checkering. (B) Ithaca NIG marked “ Smokeless Powder Steel”. Straight grain checkered walnut stock and forearm, Prince of Wales style pistol grip. 14” length of pull to original buttplate. CONDITION: 85-90% original thinning blue on barrels. 60-70% case color on frame and hammers. Wood has been lightly sanded with finish added, Checkering has been freshened showing little wear. Bores are bright with minor abrasion. Action is tight. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

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1339 - (A) GEORGE THOMSON SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: George Thomson Model: SXS Percussion Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 12 Bore Marked on barrel rib “George Thomson Maker in Ordinary to his Majesty Edinburgh”. This fine shotgun features scroll engraved back action percussion locks with double triggers. Fine twist steel barrels with original ramrod. Fancy checkered English walnut stock with scroll engraved iron furniture. CONDITION: Overall nice aged finish with handling marks. Mechanically excellent with good bores. DM 900 - 1,200

1340 - (A) ATTRACTIVE BLISSETT & SON DOUBLE HAMMER GUN. Manufacturer: Blissett & Son Model: SxS Double Hammer Gun Serial No. 5600 Barrel Length: 28 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 5/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 7/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/16” Neutral Cast Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .028 (R) .039 Chamber: 2 - 5/8” Choke: (L) .000 - Cylinder (R) .000 - Cylinder Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .731 (R) .724 Weight: 6 lbs 8 oz. Dramatically patterned, laminated steel barrels are engraved “Blissett & Son Liverpool” on game rib with dolls head extension. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with Birmingham black powder proofs. Case hardened top lever action is fitted with bar spring locks with low mounted round bodied re-bounding serpentine hammers. Action and locks are engraved with scroll borders. “Blissett & Son” is on each lockplate. Blued trigger guard has serial number on tang. Very attractive, nicely fiddle figured and well marbled European walnut straight grip buttstock measures 14-3/16” over checkered horn buttplate. Flat top point pattern checkering is at grip, and a vacant silver oval is on toe line. Matching splinter forend with shaped horn tip has Deeley release. Gun is housed in new LL Bean case. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrels retain over 90% original brown, silvered at breech ends from normal hand wear. Action and locks retain approximately 80% original case hardening color, silvered from normal hand wear on fences and beads. Stocks retain nearly all of their original oil finish with a number of light marks and scratches associated with casual field use. Checkering is lightly worn. Bores are excellent with some scattered light pits (may clean). Barrels do not appear to have been cut. Action is tight with forend installed; a touch off face. MGM 42. 1,500 - 2,000

1341 - (A) EARLY JOHN LYELL SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH ITS ORIGINAL PAIR TRUNK CASING. Manufacturer: John Lyell Model: Unknown Serial No. 1527 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Gauge: 12

Made with Jones rotary underlever gun has wedge fastened splinter forend with engraved tip and iron. Hammer gun action is nicely scroll engraved in about 90% coverage and engraved on lock plates “John Lyell”. Straight grip buttstock checkered in point pattern and terminates with a full steel buttplate. Housed in what appears to be its original two gun trunk oak and leather case with brass circle on top which is inscribed “Gen. Sir Harry Lumsden K.C. S.I. ABERDEEN” and at center “Belhelvie Lodge”. Lumsden was an important General in the Anglo-Sikh War and this was his personal hunting gun. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains. Bores are poor with heavy pitting. Stocks with some checkering visible. Case is good with losses to leather and crackling. Mechanics are fine. Worthy of restoration for its historical intrigue. JSL 1,500 - 2,500

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1342 - (A) LOT OF 2 WILKES BARRE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Wilkes Barre Model: (A) Grade “C” (B) Grade “A” Serial No. (A) 1028 (B) 1025 Barrel Length: (A) 28” (B) 30” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: (A) 13 - 1/2” (B) 14 - 1/4” Chamber: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 3” Choke: (A) (L) Cylinder (R) Cylinder (B) Modified and Modified Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Gauge Lot consists of (A) 28” Damascus 12 gauge barrels. Double triggers, no extractors. Nicely figured checkered walnut stock and forearm with Prince of Wales style grip. 13 - 1/2” length of pull to original buttplate. CONDITION: Very good overall. All metal components have been polished bright, possibly in preparation for full restoration. Wood has been sanded with finish applied. Checkering shows heavy wear. Barrels are bright with minor abrasion. Action is tight and crisp. (B) Exposed hammers. 30-inch Damascus 12-gauge barrels. Straight grain checkered walnut stock and forearm with Prince of Wales style grip. 14-1/4” length of pull to original buttplate. CONDITION: Fine overall with most Damascus pattern and original brown finish on barrels. Frame mostly patina. wood is sound showing moderate wear. Bores are dark. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,200

1343 - (A) PARKER G SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Parker Model: G Serial No. 71539 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/4” Drop at Heel: 1 - 1/2” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Cyl & Cyl Gauge: 12 Weight: 8lbs 2oz

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Made in 1892 by Parker Brothers Gun Company, Meriden, Connecticut. Gun is “GH” grade with case hardened Number 2 frame with “Fishtail” style lever with double triggers. Damascus steel barrels with matted rib and extractors. Walnut checkered pistol grip stock with Parker logo hard rubber buttplate. Checkered splinter type forearm with latch release. CONDITION: 90% of a total professional refinish remaining. Good mechanics with excellent bores. Parker serial number book says there are an extra set of barrels, they are not with gun. DLM 1,250 - 1,750

1344 - (A) LEFEVER SIDELOCK SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Lefever Model: Sidelock Serial No. 24871 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 14-1/4” Chamber: 2-3/4” Choke: Full & modified Gauge: 12 Field grade 12-gauge with 30” damascus barrels choked modified and full. Double triggers, ejectors. Brown barrels with case hardened frame. Automatic safety. Straight grain checkered walnut stock and forearm with pistol grip. Original Lefever hard rubber grip cap and buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent, with 90% damascus pattern and original thinning brown finish on barrels. Traces of original case color on frame, mostly a clean gun metal grey patina. Wood shows moderate wear. Bores are bright and clean. Ejectors function properly. Action is tight. -MKS1,400 - 1,900

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1345 - LOT OF 10: H&R MODEL 65 MAGAZINES. Thick paper envelope marked “10 MAGAZINE, assembly / B-SA22-61 / Line Item #3148 / P.S. Reising, M65”. There is pencil initialing reading “ME” to the top right of the stamp, potentially acknowledging receipt. Envelope is still sealed. CONDITION: Excellent overall. The packaging has a few extremely minor tears and punctures acquired over the years and some patina from age but complete, one most noticeable at right side. The package was not opened to confirm condition of magazines. Finding one H&R 65 magazine can be difficult, and finding all a complete set of ten in the sealed issue packing is even harder. If you collect military .22 trainers, this is a collector’s prize. EW 400 - 600

1346 - LOT OF 10: H&R MODEL 65 MAGAZINES. Thick paper envelope marked “10 MAGAZINE, assembly / B-SA22-61 / Line Item #3148 / P.S. Reising, M65”. There is pencil initialing reading “ME” to the top right of the stamp, potentially acknowledging receipt. Envelope is still sealed. CONDITION: Excellent overall, with some patina and dirt acquired over the years, but no punctures or tears. The package was not opened to confirm condition of magazines. Finding one H&R 65 magazine can be difficult, and finding all a complete set of ten in the sealed issue packing is even harder. If you collect military .22 trainers, this is a collector’s prize. EW 400 - 600

1347 - LOT OF 7: LUGER MAGAZINES, HOLSTER, AND EINSTECKLAUF .22 CAL CONVERSION UNIT. Lot consists of: (A) Five World War II aluminum bottom Luger magazines, one plastic bottom “Black Widow” magazine and a wooden bottom magazine. CONDITION: Used with no dents some serial numbers missing Mechanically good. (B) Reproduction leather Luger holster with flap and buckle. CONDITION: Like new. (C) Einstecklauf conversion to .22 caliber for a P-08 Luger. Includes barrel, tool and casings. CONDITION: As new with original box. DLM 500 - 800

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1348 - LARGE LOT OF HOLSTERS, MAGAZINES AND FLASKS. Lot consists of: 9 Brand new “Hunter” leather holsters, 6 miscellaneous leather pistol holsters, 3 U.S. World War II dated holsters (2 brown Boyt and black 1943 Graton & Knight), clips including Colt Ace clip and 2 flasks; one leather and other large copper flask marked “James Dixon and Son Sheffield” and six thirty round M-1 carbine clips. CONDITION: Items vary from very good showing little signs of use to showing evidence of extensive use. DLM 500 - 600

1349 - HIGH CONDITION U.S. MARKED 1873 CAVALRY HOLSTER. This holster has the two positioned holes to accommodate either a Colt 7 - 1/2” Cavalry Model Single Action or the Smith & Wesson Schofield US revolver. The back is stamped Lanz. Owen & Co. Chicago. The original toe is intact. The embossed US on face is sharp, very little wear at the hing of fold-over flap. The inspector stamp “D” on flap is bold. CONDITION: The condition is absolutely incredible and appear to be in almost unused condition. One of the best examples of this desirable holster one could find. db 1,000 - 1,500

1350 - A RARE AND DIFFICULT TO FIND CASE OF 24 M4 BAYONETS, 23 SEALED, FROM W.R. CASE AND SONS. Blade Length: 6 - 3/4” Overall Length: 11 - 3/4” This is a lot of 24 M4 bayonets produced by W.R. Case and Sons Cutlery Company in the original shipping box. 23 of the knives are still sealed, one has been opened to demonstrate contents. Exterior of box stamped “25 Bayonet-Knife M4/ Drawing No. 20-2B-58 / 25 Scabbard, Bayonet-Knife M8A1 / Drawing No. 20-2B-57 / SNL B-8 No. W-36-061-CRC-1013 / Manufacture W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company”. Tape applied to top reads “25 EA. BAYONET, KNIFE M-4 / W/ SCABBARD M8A1 / B1-6702251”. “44595” marked on top in pencil. Individual boxes are marked “1 EA. BAYONET KNIFE M4 / W/ SCABBARD M8A1 / B1-6702261”. One flap marked “Case & Sons / Bradford PA”. One knife and case was removed at some point, presumably to check contents. CONDITION: Box is in fair condition given its age, with some staining. Tape is losing adhesive and peeling in places. Knives are still in their original boxes with the exception of the demonstration piece. An astonishingly rare and desirable lot. EW 6,000 - 8,000

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1351 - LARGE LOT OF HOLSTERS. Lot consists of various holsters including like new P.38, vintage Swiss Lahti and various revolver leather slings. CONDITION: Varies from like new to used with most in like new condition. 400 - 800

1352 - LOT OF SEVEN: SEVEN MARBLES GAME GETTER POCKET RIFLE HOLSTERS There are seven holsters made for the pocket rifle, two are actually stamped with the Marbles logo, neither of which has a shoulder strap. The other five holsters are for pocket rifles but are not maker stamped. Two of the holsters still have the intact shoulder straps. All are in very good to excellent condition with assorted wear. This lot comes with two patent Marbles marked grippers used to remove items from hot camp fires. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DB 300 - 400

1353 - LOT OF 15: 15 MILITARY STYLE HOLSTERS Lot consists of: 15 Military pistol holsters and 2 USGI web belts. Holsters vary but are mostly European, including two Luger holsters, one of which is Nazi marked. An interesting Bulgarian issue P.08 Luger holster with spurious Nazi and SS markings is also included. Other holsters include an Astra 600/43, P.38, Mauser 1914, CZ-70 and more. Also included are Two USGI 1911 holsters one being 1917 dated and the other being retained on a belt and dated 1918. One belt is World War One issue, while the other is World War Two style. CONDITION: Holsters range from very good to fair. Some light wear and signs of use can be expected on all holsters. JA 300 - 500 126

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1354 - LOT OF ASSORTED AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: ten individual boxes, one brick and two bandoleers of military 1903 ammo in stripper clips. (A) Box of .25 Automatic by Peters. Box is full and correct. CONDITION: Box has been opened and shows scuffing and edge wear. (B) Box of .25 Automatic. Box is full and correct. Dog bone box by Remington. CONDITION: Shows light scuffing and a bit of edge wear. (C) Box of .380 Automatic. Blue box by Winchester. Full and correct. CONDITION: Just a bit of edge wear. (D) Remington dog bone box of .38 Smith & Wesson Special Sharp Shoulder. Box is full and correct. CONDITION: A bit of scuffing and edge wear. (E) 20 Caliber .45 Revolver Ball Cartridges, Model of 1909. For Colt’s Double Action Revolver. CONDITION: Factory sealed box with edge wear. (F) 20 Cartridges, Pistol Ball Caliber .45 M1911. CONDITION: Factory sealed box with split end seam. (G) Three boxes of World War II .45 ACP ammunition. CONDITION: All are factory sealed and show a little bit of edge wear. (H) Brick of Winchester Super-X .22 Long Rifle. CONDITION: All the boxes are mint. The outer sleeve shows wear and one end flap is almost loose. (I) Two bandoleers of .30-06 Government ammo. One is dated 1918 and the other is from 1938. 250 - 550

1355 - LOT OF MARBLE’S TOOLS AND KNIVES. Lot consists of: (A) Marbles marked Saw Set Tool. Wood handle with adjustable jaw. CONDITION: Good with aged finish. (B) Marbles made stainless locking screwdriver set with 4 blades. CONDITION: Light pitting, good blades (C) Three blade stainless pocket screwdriver. CONDITION: Good, no broken places. (D) Marbles marked sharpening stone holder. Cast iron with Marbles Logo. CONDITION: Fading green paint, missing stone. (E) Three blade stainless pocket screwdriver. CONDITION: Good with no breaks or repairs. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 200 - 500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1356 - RARE WORLD WAR I IMPERIAL GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE NAVY MODEL 1899 DOUBLE BARREL BRASS FLARE PISTOL. Manufacturer: German Serial No. 246 Caliber/Bore: 26mm Barrel Length: 4” These are very difficult to find. Often referred to as the “submarine” or “U-boat model” due to their issuance on early German submarines. Solid brass construction. Crown/M marking on right side of frame. “F.L./ No 246” engraved on the butt. “F.L.” standard for Fritz Langenhahn who produced this one. Single trigger which fired the left barrel first and then the right upon a subsequent pull. CONDITION: Brass retains a pleasing mellow patina with some dings and handling marks. Markings are clear. Wood grips are very good showing wear. Good mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

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1357 - DESIRABLE 38 PIECE FIREARMS ADVERTISING AND PAPERWORK COMPENDIUM. Lot consists of: 1909/09 German modern rifle catalog from H. Bergsmuller & Sohne. 1956-57 Weatherby factory catalog with sleeve. 1931 Browning arms catalog with outer sleeve. Several 1960’s period Paul Jaeger catalogs. Pre-1960 California Arms Corporation catalog with outer sleeve. 1950’s Ferlacher Jagdwaffen catalog. 1933 Smith & Wesson Catalog with price list. 1920’s period Smith & Wesson Catalog. 1929 Thompson Machine Gun Catalog. 1927 Gebr, Gattermann German arms catalog. 1922 Marlin catalog. 1915 Marlin catalog. 1922 Churchill Gunmakers catalog. 1940 L.C. Smith Catalog with price list, 1941 and 1939 LC Smith catalogs. 1930 Chas Daly catalog and price list. Believed to be Pre-War L.C Smith catalog. Winchester model 670 manual. 1932 PJ O’Hare shooters catalog. 1951 LC Smith Catalog Early Marbles catalog. 1936 Colt Law and Order catalog. 1970 Colt catalog. Very Early pre-1920 Iver Johnson Catalog. Four Walther OSP/P 88, Colt Woodsman, and Colt 1911 instruction manuals. CONDITION: Vary from pristine to good. A unique history of firearms retailers and products. TDW 600 - 1,000

1358 - COLLECTORS LOT OF EIGHT WINCHESTER CATALOGS. Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 21 catalog from 1953. Grand American on cover and all grades featured. CONDITION: Excellent. (B) 1934 Winchester catalog #89. Blue cover with 152 pages. 5-1/2” W x 7-3/4” T. CONDITION: Very good with some minor creasing in cover. (C) WRAC catalog. Measures 5-1/2” W by 7-3/4” T. Shows all models, likely from the 1950s. CONDITION: Excellent. Former owner has put some type of powder in between pages to keep the paper dry. Has not impacted paper. (D) Winchester Repeating Arms Co. catalog; likely from around 1904. Measures 5 - 1/2” T x 8 1/4” W. Shows all models up to the 1903 and accessories available. CONDITION: Very good. Cover with some chipping and staining, otherwise very good. A rare catalog. (E) Pocket catalog, yellow and red cover with a Setter and a pointer flushing a pheasant. 52 pages showing all models available. Likely from the 1950’s. Measures 3 1/2” T x 6 - 1/2” W. CONDITION: Excellent. (F) Similar cover to E with slightly different color. 55 pages showing all models. Likely from the 1950’s. Measures 3 - 1/2” T x 6 - 1/2” W. CONDITION: Excellent. (G) Similar to E with blue cover. 56 pages. Likely from the 1950’s. CONDITION: Excellent. (H) 1933 Winchester Catalog of pocket size. 56 pages showing all models available in 1933 and accessories. CONDITION: Excellent. JSL 600 - 1,000

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1359 - FRAMED PICTURE OF 2001 AMERICAN WESTERN ARMS WORLD CHAMPION ANNIE ELLETT. Wonderfully framed with a tooled leather cover wood frame. Large lithograph picture of Annie Bianco Ellett, known as Annie Sure Shot, the 2001 Mounted Cowboy shooting champion. Previously represented Colt Manufacturing and in 2001 won the title as champion representing American Western Arms. CONDITION: Very fine with little or no distress. A very minor scratch is present on picture 12 inches from top left . Frame is excellent. TDW 500 - 750

1360 - A PARKER BROS. COLLECTOR’S LOT INCLUDING AN INCREDIBLY RARE TWO PIECE PARKER SHELL BOX. This lot consists of three interesting items for the Parker Bros. collector. (A) Reproduction of the 1895 Showroom catalog reproduced by Larry L. Baer. Rare limited edition of 500. Shows all grades and does show a number of guns with serial numbers visible. Very interesting reading material. CONDITION: Excellent. (B) Incredibly Rare two piece Parker Bros. “The Parker Gun” shell box. 20 count box with green makers label on top. CONDITION: Excellent. Label with minor losses on right side and minor staining. A very rare box. (C) Very rare No. 15 Imperial 12 Gauge Cartridge Loader and Cap extractor housed in its original green colored two piece box. CONDITION: Loader is near mint for its age and easily the nicest this cataloger has examined showing only minor wear. Box is excellent with scuffing to corners and minor staining. JSL 1,500 - 2,500

1361 - LOT OF EARLY BIG BORE LEVER GUN AMMUNITION AND 7 MAUSER AMMO. Lot consists of (A) Box of 20 .50-110-300 Winchester. CONDITION: Missing top of box but factory loaded and good condition. (B) Two boxes .40-60 by Winchester & Remington mixed ammo boxes. CONDITION: Fair. (C) Two boxes Winchester .45-75 with early box. CONDITION: Excellent ammo clean and fine later box, tattered, full, and ammo dirty. (D) Three boxes Remington & UMC .45-70. CONDITION: Full boxes fine cartridges good labels. (E) Three boxes early 7 Mauser. CONDITION: Excellent boxes full, fine labels. TDW 400 - 600

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1362 - LOT OF 13 BULLET MOLDS. Lot consists of: (A) Single cavity mold .43 conical bullet. “LORON BRE/ LTE” on right side. (B) Single cavity .50 round ball mold with a number 571 stamped on one of the arms. (C) Double cavity mold .32 with a round ball and conical bullet. Nipple wrench and screw driver. (D) Double cavity brass colt mold .31 round and conical. COLT’S PATENT” on top of the mold. (E) Double cavity mold .32 two round balls. (F) Single cavity mold .32 round ball. (G) Single cavity mold .36 round ball. (H) Single cavity mold .50 round ball. (I) Single cavity mold .62 round ball. (J) Single cavity mold .58 round ball. (K) Single cavity mold .50 round ball. (L) Single cavity mold .45 conical bullet with three grooves. Case hardened. (M) Single cavity mold .54 round ball. Made out of soap stone. CONDITION: All are used but in good working order. RW 400 - 800

1363 - COLLECTORS LOT OF MARBLES GAME GETTER AMMUNITION AND 44 XL SHOT. Lot consists of (A) Two boxes of Winchester loaded 44 round ball ammunition for the Marbles Game Getter. CONDITION: Red box full with good label and loose corners. Green box 1/2 empty with good label and soiled loose corners. (B) Remington 44 Game Getter full box, round ball ammunition. CONDITION: Complete label loose corners. (C) Remington Redbox 44 XL shot #6 load. CONDITION: Full box excellent label loose corner. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW 500 - 800

1364 - LOT OF SIX: CANS & SEALED AMMO BAG OF 7.62 NATO AMMUNITION TOTALING 1200 ROUNDS. Lot consists of six cans of 7.62 NATO ammunition. Four .30 caliber cans contain 200 rounds each of 7.62 NATO linked as one tracer M62 round and four M80 ball rounds. Total round count on those cans is approximately 800 rounds. Also included are two .30 caliber cans of 7.62 Blank rounds on M60 links. Each can contains 200 rounds for a total of 400 rounds. CONDITION: Ammunition looks to have been stored well. Cans are all good with light wear and surface rust. JA 800 - 1,200

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1365 - LOT OF FIVE: 110 ROUND .50 M8 API AMMO CRATES TOTALLING 550 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION. Lot consist of: Five 110 round crates of.50 M8 armor piercing incendiary ammunition. Ammo is linked. Crates are sealed. Looks to be Lake City 1940s production. CONDITION: Looks to have been stored well, but crates do have some surface rust on the metal bands. JA 1,200 - 1,600

1366 - LOT OF SIX: AMMO CANS TOTALING 1500 ROUNDS OF .30-06 SPRINGFIELD AMMUNITION. Lot consist of: six cans of .30-06 military ammo. Included are three .30 caliber cans of linked tracer and armor piercing. Ammo is linked as one tracer to four armor piercing rounds. Mixed headstamps. Total round round of approximately 600 rounds. Also included are two .30 caliber cans of .30-06 tracers. Possibly foreign production. Each can contains approximately 200 rounds. A sixth can contains approximately 500 rounds of mixed production .30-06 ammunition. Looks to be all M2 ball. All headstamps look to be World War Two production. CONDITION: Ammunition looks to be well stored. Cans are all in good condition. JA 1,500 - 2,000

1367 - LOT OF THREE: CRATES OF BLANK M1 .30-06 SPRINGFIELD. Lot consists of: Three sealed crates of linked .30-06 M1909 blank rounds. Looks to be 1940s or 1950s production, most likely corrosive primers. Each crate contains 1000 rounds for a total of 3000 rounds. Most likely Lake City production. CONDITION: Crates look to have been stored well, with no inherent damage. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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1368 - EXPANSIVE LOT OF 15: 15 BOXES OF SHOTGUN SHELLS FROM VARIOUS MAKERS. Offered is 11 boxes of early paper shotshell hulls, UMC Nitro Club, UMC Challenge Remington Nitro Grade Remington Arrow Grade, Remington Arrow Grade, Winchester New Rival, Remington Arrow Grade, UMC Challenge, Remington Arrow and CCL 20 Gauge Pin fire. Winchester Dealer Sampler shotshell display Winchester Super Speed & Ranger shotshell and center fire cartridge, Winchester Western Super-X and Expert Dealer Shotshell and center fire cartridge display, and Winchester Western Super Speed cartridge display. CONDITION: Very fine to good with most having full complete boxes. Some boxes are slightly faded and the last dealer display is missing the lid. TDW 750 - 1,000 1369 - LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT BOXES SOFT POINT AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: (A) Winchester two piece orange box of 50-110-300 Winchester with “Staynless” stamp. CONDITION: Factory full, opened with torn flap. (B) Winchester orange label two piece box of 7mm Mauser shells. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened. (C) Remington-UMC green two piece box of .32-40 Winchester shells. CONDITION: Factory full, opened with fading label. (D) UMC green label two piece box of 50-70 shells. CONDITION: Missing two rounds with six reloads, balance factory shells and correct. Poor condition with fading label and incorrect lid. (E) Winchester orange label two piece box of 7mm Mauser shells. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened. (F) Peters Cincinnati, Ohio address two piece box of .405 Winchester shells with pink Peters label. CONDITION: Poor condition with fading label and factory rounds. (G) Winchester orange label two piece box of .401 Winchester self loading shells. CONDITION: Poor, with blob of putty splattered on box. (H) Winchester manila two piece .30 Army Full patch shells. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened. DLM 500 - 800 1370 - LOT OF 4 BOXES AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: A) Winchester .45 Calibre Colt two piece picture box with picture of Colt 1878 double action revolver. Green label with orange sides. 50 count. CONDITION: Original lead bullet ammo with correct headstamp. Ammo has age corrosion with box having tape repairs and seal broken. (B) German made by “DWM” 9mm two piece box Marked “Parabellum” with 35 grams of powder and hollow point in German. Plain cardboard with salmon colored sides. 50 count. CONDITION: Clean box with correct ammo. Seal on box has been broken. (C) Sealed box of ten .45 caliber 550 grain Sharps paper patched bullets made by Union Metallic Cartridge Company with “Hyde Base”. CONDITION: Unopened box with fading label. Box is in good condition for age with light fraying on corners. (D) Box of 10 .44 caliber with penciled label saying .45 caliber 550 grain Sharps rifle paper patched lead bullets made by Winchester Repeating Arms Company. CONDITION: Missing two bullets and one end flap. Glued seem is unsealed and other end flap is there but opened. DLM 400 - 800 1371 - 26 BOXES OF COLLECTIBLE SHOTGUN AMMO. A perfect starter collection of boxed shotgun shells from 1920’s to the 1950’s. Lot consists of 10 two piece Winchester Repeater boxes including a “Brush” load box and some 28 gauge boxes. Lot also has several other hard to find boxes such as a Winchester “Ranger Super Trap”, Two piece 32 gauge, “Ranger Super Skeet Load” and sealed “Ranger Staynless” box. CONDITION: Condition varies from box to box with some in need of repair. Most are full and are of correct ammunition. A good start for the beginning collector or for use as display pieces. DLM 800 - 1,200

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1372 - LOT OF 7 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of seven boxes of vintage and collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .44-40, .44 Smith and Wesson, .25 Auto, .32 Smith and Wesson, and .44 Webley. JA 300 - 500

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1373 - LOT OF 8 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of eight boxes of vintage and collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .38 Smith and Wesson, .44 Smith and Wesson special, .32 short rimfire, .25-20, .38 short rimfire, .32-100, and .32 centerfire. JA 300 - 500

1374 - COLLECTORS LOT OF 12: WINCHESTER, UMC, PETERS RIMFIRE AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: (A) Winchester .25 Short Stevens Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box good label not sealed. (B) Winchester .25 Stevens Rimfire. CONDITION: Full Box, good label, not sealed. (C) Rare UMC .30 Rimfire short. CONDITION: Full box, good label, not sealed. (D) Winchester .32 Short Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box, excellent label, one side of box still sealed. (E) Dominion .32 Short Blackpowder Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box, good label, not sealed. (F) Winchester .32 Extra Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box, fair label, sealed with partial endflap missing. (G) Winchester .38 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box. Super label and completely sealed. (H) Peters Cartridge Company .38 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box, good label, fully sealed. (I) Winchester 38 short Rimfire. CONDITION: Full box, fair label, not sealed. (J) Winchester 9mm Rimfire shotshell. CONDITION: Full box, excellent label, not sealed. (K) Winchester .41 Swiss Rimfire. Box of 10 #8 shotshells. CONDITION: Full box, good label, not sealed. (L) Winchester .41 Swiss Rimfire Box of 9 (missing one cartridge) CONDITION: Good label not sealed. TDW 300 - 500

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1375 - LOT OF 14 BOXES OF AMMUNITION AND PRIMERS. Lot consists of 14 boxes of vintage and collectible ammunition and primers. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .22 Short, .35 Smith and Wesson, 7.63 Mauser, .25-20, .32 Short Colt and various vintage primers. JA 200 - 400

1376 - LOT OF 10 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of ten boxes of vintage and collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .45 ACP, .348 Winchester, .22 Remington Jet, .38-40, .45 Colt, .32-40, .22 Hornet, .38 Colt Special, .351 Winchester self-loader. JA 200 - 400

1377 - LARGE LOT OF AMMUNITION IN WOODEN CRATE. Lot consists of a large group of ammunition in a Winchester marked wooden crate. Some calibers include: 12 gauge, .45 ACP, .22LR, .32 ACP and more. JA 200 - 400

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1378 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE US JOSEPH HENRY 1807-1808 CONTRACT FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL. Manufacturer: J. Henry Model: US 1808 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique One of the rarer and more desirable secondary US martial pistols, Joseph Henry with 150 pairs in 1807 and 600 in 1808, delivered quantities unknown. Pistol with long barrel, deeply struck with proof on left side. Bolted lock, signed at tail J. Henry Phila. Lock stamped at center US. CONDITION: Barrel with minor pitting throughout, more significant at breech and touch hole. The lock has crisp markings. The frizzen and pan have pitting similar to breech, indicating that this may well be original flint. Hammer is a modern cast replacement of incorrect function and is loose on stud. Pinned walnut full stock with no visible cartouche, but no significant losses. Brass trigger guard and butt cap of typical 1807-08 form. Except for the hammer and screw, this rarity appears to be original. Ramrod with slotted tip, possibly the original. Bore is fair. This fine secondary martial flint would benefit from a proper hammer. 1,500 - 2,500 1379 - (A) LOT OF 2: FINE DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK BOXLOCK PISTOLS BY PETITIEAN. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Unknown Model: (BOTH) Double Barrel Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .50 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Both pistols have two turned barrels with double boxlock actions. Bottoms of actions tangs inscribed “26” on both pistols. Both French-style iron trigger guards are inscribed with floral motifs. Right sides of breeches “H. PETITIEAN”. Both sides of actions are engraved with arrows in a quiver with a bow and florals. Both pistols have attractive walnut grips. CONDITION: Both pistols have been cleaned and retain a light grey patina with some minor pitting scattered on barrels. Action on one pistol does not hold on cock. One tang screw replaced on one pistol. Grips show some scattered marks from use. An attractive pair on continental double barrel pistols in a nice, large size. DMG 2,000 - 3,000 1380 - (A) GOOD NAPOLEONIC ERA ENGLISH LONG SEA SERVICE FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Tower Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Antique The classic weapon of English Naval forces during the Napoleonic conflict. This particular example of standard configuration with well marked “(Crown) / GR” and “TOWER” lock. Barrel with “GR” and other proof. Long, steel belt hook crown proofed. CONDITION: Lock rates very good with extremely crisp markings and little wear. Barrel polished bright over old, minor corrosion. Dark walnut fullstock in excellent condition with one minor old knot filled on right side behind barrel tang. Brass mounts in fine condition. Buttcap with period marking “4 / S”, significance unknown. Action crisp. Good bore. A far above average example of this classic military flintlock pistol. MZ 1,500 - 2,500

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1381 - (A) GOOD AND DESIRABLE ENGLISH HEAVY FLINTLOCK DUELING PISTOL BY JAMES SYKES, OXFORD - 1809-1817. Manufacturer: Sykes Model: Dueling Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Many English flintlock pistols sold as dueling pistols are actually officer’s pistols and not specifically designed for the duel. This pistol by Sykes is made strictly for dueling. The heavy, octagonal barrel sparsely decorated with two platinum bands at breech, tiny partridge foresight. Bolted lock with push-on safety finely engraved with scrolls and tooth border. Hammer engraved en suite with lock. Top jaw engraved with rays. Frizzed with border engraving en suite with lock. Rainproof pan. Breech with platinum blow-out plug. Lock signed “SYKES / OXFORD”. Square trigger guard with pineapple finial. Figured walnut 3/4 stock with silver thumbpiece and walnut checkered bag butt. CONDITION: Barrel has some twist Damascus visible through minor pitting. Liege proof on left flat indicates presence in Belgium at some point during its working life. Lock in good condition with all original small parts. Push-on safety not working. Action is crisp. Set trigger needs adjustment. Figured stock in good condition with horn forend tip slightly proud of stock. Old varnish possibly renewed with minor marks. Horn tipped ramrod without worm possibly a period replacement. A real, heavy English flintlock dueling pistol with weight meant to steady the nerve of the duelist. MZ 1,200 - 1,800 1382 - (A) SIMEON NORTH MODEL 1819 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1819 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique Primary single shot military pistol made by Simeon North of Middletown, Connecticut. Used circa 1820, this gun has a flint lock dated 1821 and marked with “S. North U. S. Midl Conn.”. Lock has brass pan and safety lock. Steel smoothbore barrel with “DJ” “P” and “US” proofmarks at rear of barrel. Iron hardware with attached ramrod and walnut proofmarked stock (illegible). CONDITION: Metal parts fading to a silvery patina. Wood has hand rubbed finish with no visible restoration. Gun appears to be original flint with good mechanics. DLM 1,200 - 1,500 1383 - (A) SUPERIMPOSED BARREL TAP ACTION FLINTLOCK BOXLOCK PISTOL WITH SNAP BAYONET BY PHILIP BOND, 45 CORN HILL, LONDON, 1805 - 1816. Manufacturer: P. Bond Model: Double Barrel Caliber/Bore: .50 Rifled Barrel Length: 2 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Plain, round barrels, numbered ‘1’ and ‘2’. Brass frame engraved with trophies of arms. Breech numbered ‘2’ and ‘2’. Signed “P BOND” in reserve and “NO 45 CORN HILL LONDON”. Double neck cock. Boxlock action. Push-on safety. Steel trigger guard. Flattened walnut butt with silver thumbpiece. Triangular snap bayonet. CONDITION: Barrels with some minor pitting. Brass frame in good condition. Hammer with original small parts. Tap is loose. Butt in good condition with some minor marks, may have been cleaned. Snap bayonet springs out properly and locks. Pistol action crisp. A good tap action with a snap bayonet by one of London’s better makers. MZ 1,300 - 1,800

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1384 - (A) ASSEMBLED J. HENRY CONTRACT SECONDARY MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: J. Henry Model: Flintlock Pistol Caliber/Bore: .56 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique This gun features an original J. HENRY marked lock. Proper barrel with a circle P proof. Brass mounted. Has an incorrect brass belt hook. CONDITION: Most of the metal retains a pleasing patina with some minor pitting. The hammer has been artificially aged, possibly a reproduction. Lock does not fit the cavity well. There is an extra hole in the lock from a replacement mainspring. Brass has a mellow but cleaned color to it. The belt hook has a dark, possibly chemically enhanced patina to it. Wood has a repair extending from the front of the lock cavity around the bottom to the front of the sideplate. Good mechanical function. Bore has pitting. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR CORRECTION: Photos updated. 900 - 1,750

1385 - (A) LOT OF TWO: E. THOMSON FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) G Thomson Edinborough Model: (BOTH) Flintlock Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 1-1/2” FFL Status: Antique Matching pair of Scottish “turn-barrel” flintlock pocket pistols. Made by E. Thomson, Edinburgh Scotland. Blue barrels. One piece walnut grips. Folding trigger. Comes with an extra jaw screw and barrel tool. CONDITION: Excellent overall. 10-15% thinning blue on barrels. Actions work properly. Grips show moderate wear. 800 - 1,200

1386 - (A) WILSON SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Wilson Model: Flintlock Officer Caliber/Bore: .67 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Three stage barrel with an applied brass front sight and the rear most section chased with designs. Marked on the left side with British view and proof marks, as well as “(Asterisk) /RW” for maker Richard Wilson. Rounded lockplate inscribed “Wilson” in the center. Lock features a waterproof pan, a goldlined touchhole, and a sliding half cock safety. The ornate brass furniture is cast and chased in high relief. The sideplate shows arms motifs, flags, and drums, while the wrist escutcheon shows floral designs and a helmet. In the center is inscribed “IH”. Brass full stirrup pommel cap with relief foliate designs with a flower in the center. Trigger guard bow engraved with a floral motif and finial terminates in a shell with foliate designs. Walnut stock, carved with relief shell around the barrel tang. Complete with its original ramrod with iron worm around the tip. CONDITION: Barrel has been cleaned and shows some wear and scattered pitting. Lock is in its original flintlock configuration, but cock is a replacement. Lock functions well. Furniture shows some high edge wear and retains a mellowing patina. Ramrod ferrules have been replaced with cast copper replacements. Ramrod tip is absent. Stock very good with some scattered marks. DG 800 - 1,200

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1387 - (A) TOWER MARKED SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Tower Model: Single Shot Caliber/Bore: .65 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

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This steel mounted New Land Pattern pistol is devoid of government proofs and was probably made for militia or private purchase. The round barrel has English proofs on the top near breech. The flat lockplate is stamped in the center with a large crown and is stamped “TOWER” at the tail. The lock has a reinforced cock, double line borders, fire blued frizzen spring, a roller frizzen, and a waterproof pan. The pistol has plain steel furniture in the New Land Pattern style. Swivel ramrod attached at muzzle. Semi-full stock of plain walnut. CONDITION: All steel components have been cleaned and are bright in the European fashion. Fire blued frizzed spring retains nearly all of its original finish. Action is crisp and tight. Stock is excellent with a few light storage marks. DMG 700 - 1,200 1388 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1862 Police (B) 1849 Pocket Serial No. (A) 7683 (B) 109552 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 (B) .31 Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique (A) Colt Model 1862 Pocket Police Revolver. Considered by many collectors as the most handsome of all Colt percussion era pocket revolvers. 6 - 1/2” round barrel with creeping style loading lever. Five-shot .36 caliber rebated cylinder with half length flutes. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Silver plated trigger guard and backstrap. One-piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good overall. Matching serial number 7683 on all major parts including the wedge. 10-15% original blue. Good traces of case color on frame and lever. Grips show 50% original varnish with moderate wear. Cylinder has an area of heavy dents. (B) Colt Model 1849 Pocket with 4” barrel. Small frame with five-shot cylinder. Blue with case hardened frame, hammer, and loading lever. Silver plated brass trigger guard and backstrap. One-piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine overall with matching serial number 109552 on all major components including the wedge. Mostly a pleasing brown patina overall. The cylinder has been polished bright to bare metal. Grips are excellent with most original varnish, showing minimum wear. -MKS- 1,200 - 1,650 1389 - (A) CASED BELGIAN MARIETTE TYPE PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX MARKED KITTRIDGE & CO. Manufacturer: Belgian Model: Mariette Type Serial No. 685 Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Four barrel cluster, barrel decorated with Damascus engraving and each numbered ‘1’ through ‘4’ on barrels and breeches. Barrels are removable and bluster is stamped in one place with Liege proof. Engraved double action with bar hammer and ring trigger. Top of action engraved “B KITTRIDGE & CO”. Two piece checkered ebony grips. Pistol is cased in an ebonized box with a fitted interior of green velour. Accessories include an ebony cap box, small Sykes flask, bullet mold combination tool with nipple remover and combination, and complete with key and two lidded compartments with wooden knobs. CONDITION: Pistol has been cleaned and now retains a grey patina. Action functions properly. Markings are excellent. Bottom of grip marked “MARIETTE BREVETE”. Box very good, showing some wear and minor staining. Accessories good. Case lid shows losses to some of brass inlay and bottom shows one crack. DMG 2,000 - 3,500

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1390 - (A) PERCUSSION MARIETTE PEPPERBOX WITH CASE AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Mariette Type Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Four barrel cluster, barrel decorated with Damascus engraving and each numbered ‘1’ through ‘4’ on barrels and breeches. Barrels are removable and cluster is stamped in one place with Liege proof. Engraved double action with bar hammer and ring trigger. Top of action engraved “B KITTRIDGE & CO”. Plain, uncheckered ebony grips. Pistol is cased in a mahogany box with brown interior and brass escutcheon on lid. Accessories include a small Sykes flask, bullet mold combination tool with nipple remover and combination, and complete with key and one lidded compartment with wooden knob. CONDITION: Pistol retains a grey patina. Action functions properly. Markings are excellent. Bottom of grip marked “MARIETTE BREVETE”. Box very good, showing some wear and minor staining. Accessories very good. DMG 2,000 - 4,000

1391 - (A) A FINE CASED PAIR OF SAW HANDLED PERCUSSION DUELING PISTOLS RETAILED BY P. VALLEE, PHILADELPHIA, OWNED BY PROMINENT PHILADELHPIAN H. PRATT MCKEAN, GREAT GREAT GRANDSON OF THOMAS MCKEAN. Manufacturer: (BOTH) P. Vallee Model: (BOTH) Dueling Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .58 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 9 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique The 9 - 1/4” octagonal barrels signed P. Vallee Philadelphia. Breeches finely engraved with inlaid silver band above a gold band. Back action locks finely engraved and signed P. Vallee. Spur trigger guards with acorn finials finely engraved. Highly figured walnut fullstocks of saw handle form with finely checkered bag grip. Locks with dolphin form hammers engraved en suite with the locks. Silver thumb pieces inscribed “H.P.MK”. CONDITION: Exemplary. Barrels retaining much original Damascus brown finish though light. Locks with no appreciable wear or corrosion. Trigger guards retain nearly all of the original peacock blue with only minor losses. Figured stocks are excellent retaining much original varnish. One gun with tight crack on left extended from lock screw to trigger guard. Both guns retain original ramrods. Actions are crisp. Set trigger requires some adjustment. Considerable original case hardening to trigger guard plate. Bores are like new. In an original mahogany case with square brass escutcheon inscribed H. Pratt McKean, Phila. Green felt lining of case in excellent condition. No accessories. McKean was well known as a prominent gentleman in socialite New York, Washington, and London and was related to Thomas McKean, signer of the Declaration of Independence and George Mifflin Wharton, a Philadelphia attorney. Please note pistols have British proofs under barrels and like most American duellers of the period by Robertson Constable et al, the pistols are made in England and retailed by the Philadelphia makers. MZ 6,000 - 8,000

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1392 - (A) AN ATTRACTIVE CASED PAIR OF LEFAUCHEUX PERCUSSION PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Lefaucheux Model: (BOTH) Percussion Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .46 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 9 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of a cased pair of percussion pistols with octagonal barrels, engraved on top flat “Lefaucheux a Paris”. Patent hook breeches. Percussion locks that scallop very attractively with the rear the of the lock flat are lightly engraved with scroll. Hammers en suite. Fluted wood grips terminate in steel buttcaps with an urn extension. Spurred trigger guards with a protruding acorn finial, moderate scroll engraving. Forend with foliate designs on a punched ground. Rifled barrels, integral rear sights, wind drift adjustable front sights. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain much of an old brown, stocks retain much of their original varnish with visible craquelure, with exception of the second pistol, which has a section of varnish missing on the left side of the stock. Action of second pistol needs attention, will not hold on cock, action of first pistol works appropriately. Bores with plenty of sharp rifling and some scattered black powder abrasion. Accompanying pistols is an attractive case with accessories comprising two small wooden jars with old patches and percussion caps, a cleaning rod, a loading rod, nipple wrench, loading mallet, and powder flask. Empty cavity for bullet mold. Case is lined in green felt with a golden “Lefaucheux a Paris” in top lid. Brass plaque in lid is unengraved. Exterior of case with cracks and evidence of extensive use; revarnished. EW 1,500 - 2,000 1393 - (A) EXTREMELY RARE AND DESIRABLE USR REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE MARKED AMES 1843 BOXLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Ames Model: M1842 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique In 1843, the US Revenue Cutter Service (forerunner to the US Coast Guard) purchased 144 of these guns. Inspected by Joseph C. Bragg. The lock is marked at the rear “U.S.R. / 1843” and has the usual 3 line Ames address. The barrel markings are mostly gone to due to a heavy cleaning, however “43/ JCB/ P” are still present. CONDITION: Heavily cleaned with areas of pitting. Lock markings are clear. Brass has been cleaned as well. Stock has been refinished, cartouche is weak. Bore has pitting. Good mechanical function. Nipple is a replacement. GR 2,000 - 3,000

1394 - (A) LOT OF 2 PERCUSSION KENTUCKY PISTOLS WITH LEATHER HOLSTER. Manufacturer: W. Ketland & Co. Model: Percussion Pistols Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .50 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 10” FFL Status: Antique

Lot consists of: A) Pair of unsigned identical Kentucky pistols with octagon to round banded rifled barrels. Ketland percussion locks held in place by an Upper Susquehanna style “Ram’s Horn” sideplate. Curly maple stocks with brass hardware and silver thumbpiece. Brass barrel keys and original hardwood ramrods. B) Leather over the saddle pommel dual flap covered pistol holsters with tin bottoms and pouches for ball and caps. CONDITION: A) Guns have pitted metal surfaces with brass surfaces turning a dark gold with some corrosion. Wood on pistols has usage marks with one pistol having a crack from tailpipe to trigger guard. One pistol is also missing the silver thumbpiece. Both are mechanically sound and untouched. B) Poor condition. Holster exhibits wear and usage marks consistent with age. Leather has age cracking and flaking with no visible repairs. DLM 3,000 - 5,000 140

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1395 - (A) PAIR OF SCOTTISH HIGHLAND RAM’S HORN BUTT PERCUSSION DRESS PISTOLS BY ALEXANDER MARTIN OF GLASGOW, CIRCA 1850. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Martin Model: (BOTH) Dress Pistols Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique

Pair of pistols with quality bolted front action percussion locks, engraved with scrolls and signed “MARTIN / GLASGOW”. Hammers engraved en suite with locks. Silver plated steel fullstocks sparsely engraved with Scottish motif and scrolls. Steel belt hooks. Stirrup rammers. Spanish form barrels engraved throughout their length with elaborate scrolls. Brass foresights. CONDITION: Mostly smooth, grey metal with no significant pitting. Some wear. Considerable traces of silver plate remaining on stocks. Diminutive silver prickers in the form of Scottish thistles appear to be original. Actions are crisp. Stirrup rammers are both original. Good bores. A good pair of Highland dress pistols by a well-known Glasgow maker. MZ 2,500 - 5,000 1396 - (A) DERINGER BELT PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Deringer Model: Belt Pistol Caliber/Bore: .41 Rifled Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Classic post 1850 style Deringer pocket pistol. 4 - 3/4” two piece barrel. Checkered one piece walnut stock with German silver furniture. Sparse engraving on lock and hammer. Lock is marked “Deringer Philadel’a” CONDITION: Fine overall. No Damascus pattern left on barrel, mostly brown patina. Wood shows moderate wear with a few dents. Action operates properly. Bore is dark. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000 1397 - (A) LOT OF THREE: TWO PERCUSSION PISTOLS AND ONE FLINTLOCK PISTOL, ENGLISH AND FRENCH. Manufacturer: (A) Wallis (B) Chatellerault (C) John Wadsworth Model: (A) Belt Flint (B) 1837 (C) Belt Pistol Caliber/Bore: (A) .77 Smoothbore (B) .60 Smoothbore (C) .45 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 9” (B) 6” (C) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Flintlock pistol made by Wallis in London, England circa 1800. Flint lock marked “Wallis Warranted” with single trigger control. Large caliber smoothbore barrel with British proofs. Walnut stock with “skullcracker” butt and brass hardware. Iron ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with metal parts fading to a plum color. Brass has golden appearance and is unpolished. Wood is cracked behind lock. Mechanics are good. (B) French made percussion pistol made at Chatellerault. Round smoothbore barrel with attached ramrod and 1837 date. Back action percussion lock with maker’s mark. Walnut wood stock with brass furniture, lanyard ring, and belt attachment. CONDITION: Overall good with metal parts possibly cleaned. Wood has been cleaned with some small chips missing around butt and lock. Mechanically sound. (C) Percussion pistol made in England by John Wadsworth. Back action maker marked lock with safety lock. Smoothbore octagon barrel with silver barrel band. Walnut checkered wood stock with engraved German silver furniture. Brass tipped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Good with metal fading to a silvery patina. Silver parts possibly cleaned. Wood has some cracks near lock and at forestock. Mechanically sound. DLM 1,800 - 2,500

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1398 - (A) DIMINUTIVE CASED PAIR OF POCKET PISTOLS WITH ACCESSORIES BY BAKER. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Baker Model: (BOTH) Percussion Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .31 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Antique Both pistols have round barrels with stiffleaf engraving at the muzzles. Boxlock actions marked “LONDON” on right sides surrounded by scrolls and “BAKER” on the left sides on en suite. Both breeches stamped with English view and proof marks. Fire blued folding triggers and case hardened dolphin form hammers, with sliding cock safeties. Both with finely checkered walnut grips with diamond shaped silver wrist escutcheons. Set in a later case with a French fitted interior. Complete with Vickson & Son dual cavity flask, a number 120 mold, and a barrel removal wrench. CONDITION: Pistols very good, both function well and retain a mostly gray patina with traces of the original blue finish. Hammer and triggers show much of their original finish. Grips show some minor marks. Accessories very good. Case with some cracking and marks from use. Interior shows some wear and minor tears. A very nice of English cased pistols. DG 1,500 - 2,500

1399 - (A) DERRINGER PEANUT PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Derringer Model: Peanut Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 2 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Philadelphia, Henry Derringer Peanut pattern pistol with .45 caliber barrel measuring 2 - 1/4”. Checkered Walnut grip with Nickel silver engraved shield, trigger guard, and furniture. Pistol measures 5” overall. Makers markings are clear and legible. CONDITION: Very good overall with barrel and lock having toned to a pleasant patina. The walnut stock is very good with modest wear with no cracks but a very minor amount of material loss around lock and rear barrel tang. An iconic pistol made famous for its use at Fords Theatre during the Lincoln assassination. TDW 1,500 - 2,500

1400 - (A) COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Serial No. 145768 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 145768 manufactured in 1863. Matching serial numbers on all major components including wedge. One line Colt New York address on barrel. “COLTS PATENT” marked on left side of frame and cylinder. Roll-die, W.L. Ormsby’s naval battle scene on cylinder. Blue barrel. Case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Silver plated brass trigger guard and backstrap. One piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good overall with smooth clean metal showing only traces of original finishes in protected areas. Turning a pleasing grey/brown patina overall. Grips are fine with approximately 80% original varnish showing moderate wear. Original unmolested screws. Brass turning a light mustard patina. Overall a very clean and honest Colt Model 1851 Navy. -MKS- 1,400 - 2,000

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1401 - (A) CASED PAIR OF ALDEN AND SMITH PERCUSSION PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Alden and Smith Model: (BOTH) Double Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .67 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A&B) cased pair of Alden and Smith percussion double barrel pistols with display case. Both are smoothbore. Fine engraving on the lock plates and hammers. Both are marked “Alden and Smith/London” on each side of the lock. Custom wood display case. CONDITION: (A&B) Overall good. Metal shows signs of heavy cleaning and polish. Some light patina in areas. Wood is very solid in areas, with minor dings, scratches and gouges. Bores are both dirty. Mechanically fine. Nipples show signs of normal use. Case is very good with light wear. JA 1,000 - 1,500 1402 - (A) TUFTS AND COLLEY POCKET PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Tufts and Colley Model: Pocket Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Nice little percussion, silver mounted Tufts & Colley deringer. Engraved German silver trigger guard. Engraved lock. Damascus pattern, .44 rifled barrel with gold and silver barrel bands at the breech. Six German silver inlays. Checkered grip. CONDITION: Excellent, metal has mostly tuned a pleasing brown/grey patina. Action is crisp. Bore is dark -MKS1,000 - 1,500 1403 - (A) LOT OF 2: PERCUSSION BELT PISTOL WITH BRASS FRAME AND BOXLOCK FLINTLOCK PISTOL WITH SNAP BAYONET. Manufacturer: (A) Hollis (B) W. Mills Model: (A) Percussion (B) Flintlock Caliber/Bore: (A) .56 Smoothbore (B) .51 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Percussion pistol by William Hollis, Cheltenham 1829-1856. Octagonal barrel signed “HOLLIS CHELTENHAM”. Engraved brass frame, hammer engraved en suite with scrolls. Stirrup rammer held in place with brass underrib. Steel belt hook. Finely checkered bag butt with silver lion mask buttcap. CONDITION: Good overall. Crisp action. Good bore. (B) Boxlock flintlock pistol by the well-known maker William F. Mills 1821-1844, 120 High Holborn Street. Round barrel with snap bayonet. Push-on safety. Double neck cock. Finely checkered walnut butt with silver thumbpiece. CONDITION: Considerable pitting, particularly on right side of barrel. Walnut butt with repaired crack on right towards frame and significant crack on left, not through. Good action. Snap bayonet emerges with considerable force and locks in place. Fair bore with false rifling. Good lot for the collector of English boxlock pistols. MZ 1,300 - 1,800 1404 - (A) DERINGER BELT PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Deringer Model: Belt Pistol Caliber/Bore: .55 Percussion Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Classic post 1850 style Deringer pocket pistol. 3 - 1/4” two piece barrel. Two silver inlaid barrel bands at breech. Checkered one-piece walnut stock with German silver furniture. Sparse engraving on lock and hammer. Lock is marked “Deringer Philadel’a”. CONDITION: Fair overall. No Damascus pattern left on barrel, mostly brown patina. Wood shows heavy wear and is broken through the wrist. Action operates properly. Bore is dark. Barrel wedge is missing -MKS- 800 - 1,200

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1405 - (A) LOT OF TWO: U.S. MODEL 1819 SIMEON NORTH 1822 DATED PISTOLS CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION. Manufacturer: (BOTH) North Model: (BOTH) 1819 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 10-1/4” (B) 10” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Converted using the chambered breech method. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some light surface rust. Lock markings are partially visible. Clear date. Wood has been sanded at some point with remnants of the cartouche. There is a small wood repair behind the barrel band, crack between the front of the lock and band. Band has a welded repair at the top. Missing the swivel part for the ramrod which appears original. Bore is rusty. Good mechanical function. Replaced nipple. (B) has a bolster conversion marked “A.W” for Asa Waters. The hammer style is very similar to those found on Confederate Fayetteville conversions. The sliding hammer safety was removed and the slot filled in at the time of conversion. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina. Markings are all clear including barrel proofs. Good cartouche. Wood has some dings and handling marks. The head of the back strap screw is broken off. Bore is rusty. Fine mechanical function. GR 750 - 1,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1406 - (A) DB WESSON SINGLE-SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: DB Wesson Model: Single-Shot Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Flobert style unmarked single-shot pistol with engraved iron frame and rifled half round half octagon barrel with plain walnut one piece grip. Consignor attributes gun to Daniel B. Wesson. Comes with period wood case and accessories. CONDITION: Metal turning to brown patina with traces of original varnish. Case has paint splatters with no serious marks or damage. DLM 600 - 800

1407 - (A) ENGLISH BAYONETTED DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Double Barrel Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Twin octagon barrels with Birmingham proofs on bottoms separated by a flat rib, steel swivel ramrod mounted on bottom and spring loaded bayonet mounted in center on top. Scroll engraved percussion actions with double triggers and engraved trigger guard bow. Engraved steel buttcap with floral engraved lid on spare nipple reservoir. Walnut grip with fine checkered panels on both sides and a German silver wrist escutcheon. CONDITION: Steel components retain traces of blue finish and show scattered areas of light pitting and dark spots. Bayonet does not lock into place when released. Actions do not hold on cock. Grip shows some minor cracks and marred checkering. DMG 400 - 800

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1408 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 48574 Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 48574, manufactured in 1852. Serial numbers match on all major component, no number present on wedge and loading lever. Engraved in an early Hartford style featuring scrolls with hatch line background. Scroll engraving on barrel, frame, hammer, trigger guard, and backstrap. Wolf head motif on hammer. Hand engraved address “SAM’L COLT” in script on barrel. “COLTS PATENT” hand cut in a banner on left side of frame. One piece burl walnut grips with piano finish. Housed in a contemporary “French fitted” case complete with powder flask, bullet mold, and percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Revolver has been over cleaned to metal with an overall light grey patina. Light cylinder scene. Approximately 65-70% original silver plating on trigger guard traces of silver on backstrap. Veneer cracking on case lid. Powder flask showing dents with a seam separation on one side. Bullet mold showing light original blue with scattered dents and oxidation. Overall an attractive early engraved 1849 Pocket Model. -MKS- 7,000 - 9,000

1409 - (A) ENGRAVED & CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 180716 Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 180716, manufactured in 1860. Matching serial numbers on all major components including wedge. Punch dot either below or above serial numbers indicating factory engraving and/or special finishes. 4” barrel with two-line marked “ADDRESS SAML COLT / HARTFORD CT.” Hand engraved “COLTS PATENT” on left side of frame. Classic Gustave Young style engraving with Germanic scrolls with punch dot background. Stylized wolf head motif on hammer, bird head on left side of barrel lug. Scroll engraving on barrel, frame, hammer, trigger guard, and backstrap. Blue with case hardened frame, hammer, and loading lever. Deluxe one piece burl walnut grips with piano finish. Housed in a walnut partition fitted case with correct bullet mold, powder flask, and Eley’s marked percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 20% original blue on barrel with balance a pleasing brown patina. Traces of original blue on cylinder, mostly a brown patina. Strong roll die stagecoach holdup scene and “COLTS PATENT” with serial number on 5-shot cylinder. Traces of case color on frame, loading lever, and hammer, mostly a grey/brown patina. 15-20% original silver plating on backstrap and trigger guard. Most all piano finish remaining on burl walnut grips with minimum wear. Case is excellent showing moderate wear. Powder flask is excellent with no dents and pleasing patina. Bullet mold is clean with scattered original blue turning a brown patina. Overall a fine deluxe engraved set. -MKS- 7,500 - 10,000

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1410 - (A) FINE CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 67299 Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 67299 manufactured in 1853. Matching numbers on all major components including wedge and loading lever. Desirable 6” barrel with two-line address marked “SAML COLT / NEW-YORK CITY”. Blue with casehardened frame, hammer, and loading lever. Silver plated brass trigger guard and backstrap. Trigger guard marked on left side with letters “U” and “G”. Frame marked “COLTS PATENT”. One piece varnished walnut grips. Walnut case fitted in partition style with burgundy interior. Correct “COLTS PATENT” bullet mold, eagle powder flask, packet of six combustible cartridges, and Eley Bros percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 90-95% original blue on barrel. 85-90% original blue on cylinder with strong stagecoach holdup scene. Traces of case color on loading lever, frame, and hammer turning a dove grey patina. Strong bright blue on trigger. Most all original silver plating on trigger guard and backstrap turning a pleasing dark patina. Excellent grips with most original varnish showing modest use. Case exterior is excellent showing light wear. Interior is bright showing light wear. Bullet mold shows light use with most original blue remaining. Nice patina on powder flask with a couple small dents. Overall a very fine, high condition, early production Model 1849 with desirable barrel length. -MKS- 7,500 - 10,000

1411 - (A) FINE CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 London Navy Serial No. 6278 Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Elegantly cased Navy Colt revolver assembled at Pall Mall in 1852. Blue and case color finished with varnished one piece walnut stocks. Barrel marked “ADDRESS. COL. COLT.LONDON.” The accompanying mahogany Colt pattern casing is fitted with two cavity “Colt’s Patent” bullet mold, a Barlow bag flask (missing spring) and an original British tin cap container with lacquered finish marked “ELEY BRO, LONDON”. CONDITION: Gun is very fine overall. Matching serial number 6278 is found on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder as well as lever and wedge. Address and serial numbers are crisp. Cylinder has all six safety pins and about 95% of the rolled naval battle scene visible. Stocks are well fit with about 70% of their varnished finish intact. Gun functions properly with a clean crisp bore. Accompanying casing has empty oval brass plate applied in lid which has evidence of earlier refinish. Lining and interior of case are are very fine though slightly faded. A fine example of the London Colt Navy. TDW 15,000 - 18,000

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1412 - (A) GOOD CASED ENGLISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX, UNSIGNED, OWNED BY J.G. JONES - THE BANDMASTER OF THE 16TH LANCERS. Manufacturer: J.G. Jones Model: Perpperbox Caliber/Bore: .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 3 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Six shot, fluted barrel cluster with British proofs in the flutes. Steel frame engraved with scrolls and border decoration. Steel trigger guard with scrolls and border en suite. Steel buttcap finely engraved. Cap trap finely engraved with an expanded flower. Walnut butt very finely checkered. Bar hammer finely engraved and engraved on top “J.G. JONES BANDMASTER 16 LANCERS”. Push-on safety. Bandmaster Jones’ pepperbox cased in wooden case with green baize lining. Very fine diminutive Sykes powder flask retaining most of its original bright gilding, body with nearly all its original copper and no dents. Other accessories include bullet mold, ramrod, turnscrew. CONDITION: Barrel cluster retains faint traces of original case hardening. Frame is good with no finish. Checkered walnut butt rates excellent with little damage. Interior of case is in fine condition. Exterior is brown bound with one horizontal crack through the top. A fine pepperbox in every respect, and research on Bandmaster Jones and the 16th Lancers would prove rewarding. MZ 2,500 - 3,500

1413 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. MAYNARD PATENT POCKET REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Mass Arms Co. Model: Percussion Revolver Caliber/Bore: .28 Percussion Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique Offered is a fine condition Massachusetts Arms revolver. CONDITION: The tang and hammer still show nice case colors. Band still shows 98% fire blue. The cylinder shows at least half of its original fire blue with sharp cylinder scene. The Maynard primer plate shows about 60% high polish blue finish. The engraved frame still shows some traces of bright blue. Edges and legends are sharp. Rosewood grips are near mint with light handling wear. The action and bore are crisp. Balance of metal is a homogeneous soft grey patina. This is a really sharp example. DB 2,000 - 3,000 1414 - (A) COLT LONDON PRODUCTION 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Serial No. 7622 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Colt 1849 percussion revolver with case and accessories. Manufactured in London and marked “ADDRESS COL COLT/LONDON on top of the barrel. Retains its British proof marks. All serial numbers match, including the cylinder. Stagecoach scene on the cylinder. Case includes a powder flask, bullet mold and assorted other tools. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains a fair amount of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling left. Mechanically fine. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Case and accessories vary from good to excellent. JA 1,500 - 2,000

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1415 - (A) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON 1858 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Remington Model: (BOTH) 1858 Serial No. (A) 16470 (B) 82060 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 8” FFL Status: Antique (A) 1858 Model Army. Octagon 8” barrel chambered in .44 caliber. Barrel marked two-line “PATENT SEPT.14,1858/E.REMINGTON & SONS,ILION,NEW YORK,U.S.A.” Blue with case hardened hammer, brass trigger guard. Two-piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Good overall. No original finish. Turned a soft brown patina overall. Grips show moderate to heavy wear with initials “E D” carved in both grip panels. No visible military cartouche on grips. Military sub-inspection stamps visible on metal components. Dark bore. (B) New Model Army. Same configuration as “A” above with exception the barrel address includes a third line marked “NEW MODEL”. CONDITION: Fair-good overall No original finish showing moderate to heavy wear. Edges of barrel rounded. Overall metal surfaces show moderate pitting. No visible military inspection stamps. Grips are good, showing moderate wear. Dark bore. -MKS- 1,200 - 1,500

1416 - (A) UNUSUAL FOUR BARREL BRASS FRAME ENGLISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX IN ASSOCIATED WALNUT CASE. Manufacturer: English Model: Pepperbox Caliber/Bore: .38 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique A pistol unmarked, except for British proofs on each flute. The brass frame with scroll engraving overall. Trigger guard with scroll engraving en suite with frame. Finely checkered walnut grip panels. CONDITION: Smooth barrels with some traces of original color case hardening. Brass frame polished bright but very crisp. Bar hammer with faint traces of original hardening. Trigger guard smooth, grey metal. Pistol functions as it should and barrels index. Walnut case with accessories, consisting of flask, bullet mold, and oil bottle. Exterior of lid with crack. Front of case with modified hinges, original being filled with a triangular piece of wood. Four barrel English pepperboxes are unusual, as are brass frames. MZ 2,500 - 3,000

1417 - (A) SCARCE BLUNT & SYMS MEDIUM FRAME PEPPERBOX WITH EXCEPTIONALLY DEEP FLUTES. Manufacturer: Blunt & Syms Model: Pepperbox Caliber/Bore: .31 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique A good example of what Flayderman refers to as the “exceptionally deep fluted variation, rated ‘rare’”, Flayderman 7b-003.5. CONDITION: Barrels are very good, retaining considerable original blue finish. Engraved frame with smooth age patina and some old scratches on front strap. Bag grips with steel escutcheons retain what appears to be some original varnish. Bores are filled with grease. Action excellent, barrels index properly. A rare gun for the advanced collector of pepperboxes. MZ 2,500 - 3,000

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1418 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT MODEL 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS, 1860 AND CASED 1863 WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1849 Serial No. (A) 180452 (B) 242546 Caliber/Bore: (A) .31 (B) .31 Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Standard five-shot model with two-line Hartford CT address. Made in 1860. All matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some minor dings and pitting. Markings are clear. Grass grip straps have a pleasing patina. There is a piece missing from the front right grip where it meets the frame. Good mechanical function. (B) Six-shot model with a single line New York address. Made in 1863. Loading lever does not match. Gun is housed in a wood case that appears to be European in origin and has been lined and partitioned in recent times, does not quite fit the gun right. Flask is period as is the Colt marked brass 2 cavity mold. Brass HICKS cap tin. CONDITION: Gun has been buffed and then refinished. Markings are weak. The numbers the back strap and trigger guard are no longer present from cleaning. Matching numbers on barrel, cylinder and frame. Flask is in very good condition with some original varnish. Mold has dings, but clear marking. Case is solid. GR 1,000 - 1,500 1419 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Serial No. 124672 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique 8” round barrel with Colt New York address. Six shot .44 caliber rebated cylinder with battle scene. Case hardened frame cut for shoulder stock. One piece walnut grips. Government sub-inspector stamps on cylinder and backstrap. Matching serial numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. Manufactured in 1863. Accompanying revolver is a Colt factory letter documenting shipment to United States Government Commanding Officer, New York Arsenal, Governor’s Island, New York on June 25, 1863, in a shipment of 1,000 guns. Oddly, the frame of this revolver does not have a U.S. stamp or any primary inspection cartouches on grips or other components. CONDITION: Good overall with no original finishes remaining. Overall a smooth dove grey patina. Oil finished grips are excellent showing minimum wear. Action is relatively tight and crisp. Bore is good with moderate pitting. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 1420 - (A) COLT LONDON 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 18371 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Colt 1851 3rd Model Navy Revolver. Made in 1852. 7 - 1/2” octagon barrel marked -”Address. Col. Colt. London”- Blue with case hardened frame, hammer, trigger, and loading lever. Iron trigger guard and backstrap. One piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Near excellent. Overall a dove grey patina with traces of original blue on barrel. All matching serial numbers including wedge. Strong cylinder scene. Nice unmolested screws. Grips show moderate to heavy wear. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

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1421 - (A) LOT OF TWO: RARE SCALLOPED COLT 1849 POCKET AND REMINGTON NEW MODEL POCKET REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Remington Model: (A) 1849 Pocket (B) 1863 Pocket Serial No. (A) 69478 (B) H6774 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1853. 4” 5 shot 1849 Pocket Model Colt with New York Address. Drift adjustable front blade front sight, scalloped recoil shield as noted in Jordan & Watt’s Book of Pocket Colts on page 167. Never determined to be a factory alteration and is observed in a wide range of serial numbers. This scalloped frame was done to eliminate the jamming issue of percussion caps between the frame and cylinder. CONDITION: Good as observed. Matching numbers on butt, frame, barrel, cylinder, and wedge. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Grips are full sized and very fine. Traces of silver remain on straps. Balance of gun is dove grey. Action operates properly. (B) Remington New Model Pocket .31 Percussion with steel frame and trigger assembly. Single action. Walnut grips. CONDITION: Good with excellent action. 40% blue finish overall. An abundance of silver on trigger shroud. Grips are excellent. Bore is dark. Lot comes with pocket model flask and calf skin soft holster. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 1422 - (A) LOT OF 2: HOPKINS & ALLEN AND MANHATTAN PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Hopkins & Allen (B) Manhattan Model: (A) Pepperbox (B) Pepperbox Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .31 Smoothbore (B) .30 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique (A) Hopkins & Allen .31 Cal six-shot pepperbox with bar hammer percussion ignition. Barrel marked cast steel. and fitted with two-piece walnut bag grips. CONDITION: Very good with an even patina overall with grips being very fine with additional finish added. Bores are good and action operates properly. (B) Manhattan Pepperbox .31 Cal double action. Bar hammer percussion design. Barrels marked cast steel. Steel frame with modest period engraved. Two-piece walnut grips. CONDITION. Good with a cleaned appearance. Action operates properly. TDW 500 - 700 1423 - (A) PAIR OF CONSECUTIVE BELGIAN CENTAUR NEW MODEL 1960 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS IN BOXES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Belgian/Colt Model: (BOTH) 1960 Serial No. (A) 1813 (B) 1814 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .44 Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 8” FFL Status: Antique Both guns are Belgian made copies of the Colt model 1860 Army revolver in the factory boxes. Consecutive serial numbers. Made for the Civil War centennial and sold by the Centennial Arms Company of Chicago. Both guns were made around 1960. Original boxes with serial number sticker on end. Both have the original warranty cards, each numbered to the specific gun. There is an unmarked brass bullet mold accompanying this lot. CONDITION: Both guns are in fine condition. Gun (B) has a drag line around the cylinder. Wood grips are fine on both. Fine mechanical function. Boxes are solid with minor scuff marks. GR 500 - 1,000

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1424 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT 1860 AND 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1860 Army (B) 1849 Serial No. (A) 188374IP (B) 88663 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 6” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A) Colt 1860 Army revolver. Manufactured in 1870. Serial numbers on the barrel assembly, frame, trigger guard, cylinder and butt all match. Front sight has been replaced and filled down. CONDITION: Overall poor. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are loose and contain numerous cracks and gouges. Bore is dark with little rifling present. Mechanically fine. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of play. Nipples show signs of normal use. (B) Colt 1849 with engraving. Manufactured in 1854. Serial numbers on the barrel assembly, frame, cylinder, trigger guard and butt all match. Fine engraving, most likely post factory. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with general wear in areas. Grips contain numerous cracks and gouges. Bore is dirty with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Nipples show signs of general use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. JA 500 - 1,000 1425 - (A) REMINGTON NEW ARMY .44 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Remington Model: New Army Serial No. 88557 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Remington New Army percussion revolver. Manufactured in the early 1860s. This gun does retain military acceptance stamps. Cylinder is not correct to the gun. Front sight is also not correct. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish and shows signs of heavy cleaning. Grips are heavily worn and have been repaired. Bore is fairly clean with good rifling. Hammer and cylinder are not tight. Loading lever appear to not work correctly. Good as a parts gun or a project. JA 400 - 600

1426 - (M+C+A) LOT OF THREE: DANIEL MOORE TEATFIRE, REMINGTON DERRINGER, AND ERL SVENDSEN ANTIQUE HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) D. Moore (B) Remington (C) Erl Sevendsen Model: (A) Revolver (B) O/U Derringer (C) Little Ace Serial No. (A) 1998 (B) 643 (C) 508 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Teatfire (B) .41 RF (C) .22 BB & CB Caps Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 3” (C) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Daniel Moore teat cartridge revolver with display case. Manufactured from 1864-1870. Marked “D. MOORE.PATENT. SEPT.18.1860” on the top of the barrel. Wooden rod underneath the barrel looks to be a replacement. Display case contains a plaque reading the inscription on the barrel and the serial number. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains some of its original finish with light wear and patina. Grips are good with light wear and scratches. Bore is dark with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a considerable amount of wobble. Case is good overall. (B) Remington 3rd Model Derringer with display case. Marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION. N.Y.” on the top of the barrel. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains some of its original nickel finish with heavy wear and handling marks. Grips are fair with the left side missing its edge. Bores are dirty with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Case is good. (C) ERL Sevendsen Little Ace single shot derringer. Marked “ERL SEVENDSEN F.A. MFG. CO./NORRIDGE. ILLINOIS” on the top of the barrel. Brass frame. Swing out barrel. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and patina. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 1,200 - 1,800

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1427 - (A) COLT NEW LINE .41 CALIBER REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: New Line Serial No. 6287 Caliber/Bore: .41 Rimfire Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1876. Rare four inch barrel Colt New Line .41 Rimfire. Single action with an exposed hammer and a spur trigger. Blue five shot fluted cylinder. Walnut two piece varnished grip panels. Case color frame. 1/4” half moon German silver front sight. CONDITION: The barrel has been professionally re-blued and the etched panel has been re-applied. Frame has case color in the protected areas. Grips have most of the original varnish and show just a few handling marks. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. RW 1,500 - 2,500 1428 - (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 REVOLVER WITH LETTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 81407 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1882. Factory letter indicates this gun as originally having a nickel finish. Gun shipped in August of 1882 to “Schoverling, Daly and Gales” of New York, New York. Serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard, and butt all match. Trigger looks to be a replacement or was refinished at some time. Grips are aftermarket fake ivory. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish with wear and patina in most areas. Grips are missing a chunk out of the left side, and contain numerous dings and scratches. Bore is dark with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a fair amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. JA 2,000 - 3,000 1429 - (A) COLT 1873 SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LC REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1873 SAA Serial No. 7954 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Colt 1873 Single Action Army revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1874. Blued barrel with a case hardened frame. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks in areas. The wear on this handgun appears to be mostly “holster wear”. Grips are good with small dings and scratches. Bore is very good. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Overall, a nice Colt for your collection. JA 2,000 - 3,000 1430 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 DOUBLE ACTION FRONTIER .45 COLT REVOLVER MADE IN 1883. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1878 Serial No. 10262 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with 7 -1/2” barrel. Single line Hartford CT address on top of barrel. “45 CAL” on left side of trigger guard web. Checkered hard rubber grips with rampant Colt. Lanyard ring in butt. CONDITION: Very good with 65-70% original blue, having spotted and flaked in a few areas. Markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is very good with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000 152

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1431 - (A) COLT HOUSE CLOVERLEAF MODEL REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: House Pistol Serial No. 5106 Caliber/Bore: .41 Rimfire Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 5106, manufactured in 1873. 3-inch barrel barrel marked 2-line “COLT’S HOUSE PISTOL/HARTFORD CT. U.S.A.” Frame topstrap marked “PAT. SEPT.19.1871” Trademark 4-shot cloverleaf style cylinder. Nickel with blue cylinder. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine overall with most original nickel starting to frost showing moderate wear with scattered dents and scratches. Most all original blue on barrel turning a brown patina. Grips are very good with a medallion inlaid in left grip. Overall a respectable fairly scarce little Colt -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000 1432 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 1 THIRD ISSUE AND A REMINGTON POCKET SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) S&W (B) Remington Model: (A) Model 1 (B) Pocket Serial No. (A) 86651 (B) 13427 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/16” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson Model One Third Issue, round ribbed barrel with brilliant blue finish and fitted with factory rosewood grips. Serial number 86651. Matching numbers found on barrel frame and receiver. Right grip is also numbered to match. Case colored hammer, ejector, and trigger. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Rarely are blue finish S&W Model 1’s ever found in this fine condition. Most all blue remains with a small area of pitting on cylinder. Bore is excellent. Chambers are equally fine. Action operates properly. Grips are very fine with several minor scratches. (B) Remington Vest Pocket .22 with rosewood grips and blue finish Remington Ilion NY address on top of chamber ares. Nitre blue finished hammer and trigger. Bore is very dark. Hammer fails to stay on full cock. CONDITION. Good as over 70% finish remains. Action needs attention grips are very fine. TDW 1,500 - 2,000 1433 - (A) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 2 ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: Model 2 Army Serial No. 28768 Caliber/Bore: .32 Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique A favorite sidearm of Civil War officers, the No. 2 Army was the first available metallic cartridge revolver of the war. Blue with 6” barrel. Tip-up frame, spur trigger. Two piece rosewood grips. .32 caliber six shot cylinder. Comes with a Smith & Wesson archival letter dated June 23, 2006, signed by Roy G. Jinks. Letter documents configuration and shipment on September 5, 1864 to J.W. Storrs, New York City, New York. CONDITION: Fine overall with traces of original high polish blue mixed with an overall brown patina. Barrel to frame is a bit loose. Bore is dark and pitted. Grips are excellent showing modest wear. -MKS1,000 - 1,500 1434 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1862 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1862 Conversion Serial No. (A) 19997 (B) 325490 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Rimfire (B) .38 Centerfire Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3 - 1/2” Lot consists of (A) Chambered for the .38 Rimfire cartridge, Nickel finish and mounted with period ivory stocks. Case color hammer with fire blue screws and stage coach cylinder scene. Matching numbers with exception of unnumbered wedge. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished with properly operating action, bore is moderately pitted. (B) Late Colt Model 1862 Conversion to .38 Centerfire with Nickel finish and varnish walnut stocks. Stage coach cylinder scene Matching numbers with exception of wedge. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished. Action operates properly. Bore is moderately pitted. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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1435 - (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LONG COLT REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 30083 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Colt Single Action Army revolver with factory letter. Manufactured in 1876. Factory letter indicates the original finish on this gun was blue. The letter also states this gun shipped in 1876 to “H&D Folsom Arms Co. New York, NY”. Frame, cylinder and trigger guard all match. Butt of the revolver bears the serial number “33169”. Fake ivory grips. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its current finish with spots of wear. Grips are very good with minor cracks and handling marks. Bore with rifling present. Mechanically fine. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of play. JA 1,000 - 1,500 1436 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY, CALIBER .38 WCF Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 196323 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1900. Colt Single Action Army with 5 - 1/2” barrel with single line barrel address and two line patent legend. Two piece Colt checkered hard rubber grips. Matching numbers on frame, trigger guard assembly, and butt. CONDITION: Good. Finish has toned to an even dove grey from use. Grips are later production and fair condition with internal repair from being over tightened. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Action operates properly. Hammer appears to be an aftermarket replacement but works properly. Cylinder pin is also a replacement. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 1437 - (A) LOT OF SIX: TWO H&R YOUNG AMERICAS, TWO IVER JOHNSON DEFENDERS, EMPIRE REVOLVERS, AND STEVENS MODEL 41 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A)(B) H&R; (C)(E) Iver Johnson; (D) Empire; (F) Stevens Model: (A)(B) Young America; (C)(E) Defender; (D) Revolver; (F) 41 Serial No. (A)(B)(C)(D)(E) NSN; (F) 2254 Caliber/Bore: (A)(B) .32 RF (C)(E) .32 RF; (D) .22 Short; (F) .22LR Barrel Length: (A)(B) 2”; (C) 2-3/8”; (D) 2-3/4”; (E) 2-3/4”; (F) 3-1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A&B) Pair of H&R “Young America” double action revolvers. Chambered in .32 RF. Five shot cylinder. Two inch octagon barrel. Nickel with blue trigger guard. Ornate black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good overall with 80-90% original nickel remaining. Grips are fine showing modest wear. (C&D) Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works “Defender” model revolvers (C) has a 2 - 3/8” octagon barrel with a square butt frame. (D) has a 2 - 1/2” round barrel wit a Birds Head grip profile. Both revolvers are nickel plated with ornate black hard rubber grips. (C) with an American Eagle motif, and (D) marked “Defender ‘89”. Both revolvers have spur triggers and five shot cylinders. CONDITION: Very good to fine overall with most original nickel remaining. Grips are fine showing modest wear. (E) “Empire” marked spur trigger revolver with birdshead grips. 7-shot cylinder. CONDITION: Good overall with no original finish remaining. Clean smooth metal. Good working order. Walnut grips are excellent showing modest wear. (F) Stevens tip-up Model 41 single shot. 3 - 1/2” octagon to round barrel. Blue with nickel frame. Square butt rosewood grips. CONDITION: Very good overall. No blue remaining. Most all original nickel on frame. Good working order. Excellent grips showing moderate wear. Overall an interesting grouping of antique American pocket pistols. -MKS- 800 - 1,200

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1438 - (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 109019 Caliber/Bore: .32 WCF Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Black powder frame. Serial number 109019, manufactured in 1884, 4 - 3/4” barrel, nickel, chambered in .32 WCF. Two-piece stag grips. CONDITION: Completely restored. Frame has been over buffed with rounded edges. Replaced, smokeless barrel, cylinder, and hammer. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. Aftermarket grips. -MKS- 600 - 900 1439 - (A) LOT OF TWO: ETHAN ALLEN SIDE HAMMER .32 RF AND MOORE TEATFIRE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) Ethan Allen (B) Moore Model: (BOTH) REVOLVER Serial No. (A) 266 (B) 4576 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32RF (B) .32 Teat Fire Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Ethan Allen .32 Rimfire side hammer revolver with 5” octagon barrel, six shot cylinder, and walnut grips. Top barrel flat marked Ethan Allen with two line address. CONDITION: Fair with shortened hammer and 60% nickel finish remaining. Action operates. Bore is fair with visible rifling. (B) Moore .32 teatfire revolver with 31/4” round barrel with Moore Firearms barrel address. Brass frame with scroll engraving and walnut grips. Popular post Civil War pocket revolver. CONDITION: Good as follows. Barrel and cylinder have turned even patina with no blue remaining. Frame has 25% silver plate remaining over factory engraving. Grips are very good with finish loss but are full sized. Cylinder fails to rotate reliably as the hand spring appears broken. TDW 500 - 1,000 1440 - (A) LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ANTIQUE HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Hopkins & Allen (B) Colt (C) Colt (D) Colt (E) Unknown Model: (A) Revolver (B) Revolver (C) Revolver (D) Deringer (E) Revolver Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 447 (C) 2272P (D) 665 (E) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RF (B) .30 (C) .22 (D) .41 (E) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 1/4” (C) 2 - 3/8” (D) 2 - 1/2” (E) 1 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of (A) Hopkins and Allen blue Jacket #2 revolver in .32 rimfire, Factory engraved with bone grips. CONDITION: Action operates but cylinder free spins when hammer is down. Finish is flaking and grips are fine. (B) Colt New Line .30 Cal revolver blue and case color finish with Ivory grips. Barrel etched with “COLT NEW 30” marking. CONDITION: Action operates properly, bore is dark, finish is mottled. (C) Colt Open Top .22 with external barrel mounted ejector rod. Brass Frame with nickel finished barrel. CONDITION: Ejector rod is a period replacement, spring is fouled, and fails to operate. Grips are very good and bore is dark. (D) Colt Number 2 derringer. .41 Rim Fire with standard Colt address on barrel top. Checkered walnut grips . Factory engraved. CONDITION: Fair with action being seized from internal corrosion, Rear tang is cracked. Grips are worn but good. (E) French proofed folding trigger revolver with modest engraving and mother of pearl grips. Appears to be a 6mm Velo Dog. CONDITION: Action operates. TDW 500 - 800

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1441 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT DA .38 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) DA 38 Serial No. (A) 105374 (B) 10661 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Long Colt Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt D.A. 38 New Army double action revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1898. Stamped “U.S. Army model of 1901” on the butt and serialized as “105374” Serial numbers on the frame, cylinder and cylinder release match. Original finish and original wood grips. CONDITION: Overall poor. Metal retains some of its original finish, with a fair amount of surface rust covering most of the metal parts. Grips are good with numerous dings and scratches. Bore is rusty with minimal rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show a great deal of wobble. (B) Colt D.A. 38 double action revolver. Serial numbers on the frame, cylinder and cylinder release all match. Original finish and original wood grips. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains some of its original finish with general patina covering most of the metal services. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show a great deal of wobble. A nice pair of Colts for repair or parts. JA 450 - 650 1442 - (A) SMITH & WESSON 1-3RD ISSUE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 1 - 4th Serial No. 77651 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Smith & Wesson First Model 3rd issue revolver with case. Factory nickel finish. Grip looks to have been re-finished at some point. Case includes three corroded rounds of ammunition and a key. Case is not matching to the gun. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains most of its original finish with more wear centered around the moving parts. Grip is near excellent. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Case is good with numerous handling marks and scratches. JA 400 - 600 1443 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO SHARPS & HANKINS #3 AND SHARPS MODEL 1B FOUR BARREL DERRINGERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Sharps Model: (BOTH) 4 Barrel Serial No. (A) 10591 (B) 278 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consits of (A) Sharps and Hankins Model 3 steel frame four barrel .32 RF Derringer. Barrel marked “ADDRESS SHARPS & HANKINS PHILADELPHIA PENN.” Right side of frame marked “C. SHARPS PATENT /JAN 25, 1859.” Serial number 10591 found on barrel and butt. CONDITION: Very good with over 20% blue remaining on barrel cluster with balance turning plum, steel frame has attained a steel gray appearance. grips are full sized and retain most of their varnish. Barrel markings are extremely light and almost not legible. Action operates properly and bores are very dark with visible rifling. (B) Sharps Model 1B .22 caliber four barrel derringer with brass frame and varnished walnut grips and barrel release on left side of frame. Serial number 279. CONDITION: Very good traces of blue in gullets of barrel cluster matching numbers on frame and barrel. Action operates properly. Grips are full sized and retain traces of factory varnish. TDW 1,250 - 1,750

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1444 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT .41 RIMFIRE DERRINGERS, A NO. 1 AND A NO. 3 Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) No. 1 (B) No. 3 Serial No. (A) 4691 (B) 39853 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .41 RF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt First Model Derringer serial number 4691 cal, .41 RF. All steel construction with light factory scroll engraving, Spur trigger with Colt Hartford address on barrel rib. Nickel front blade sight. Actual production dates are a mystery with speculation of 1870 through as late as 1890. CONDITION: Good with overall finish being an even dove grey. Action operates properly, legends are crisp and barrel and frame numbers matching. (B) Colt Third Model Derringer with nickel finish, varnished walnut grips, and short arched hammer. Serial number 39853 found under grips. -COLT- marking on top of barrel. CONDITION: Very good with nickel loss on frame beneath barrel. Bore is exceptionally sharp and bright and action operates properly. Grips are very fine with no material loss. TDW 1,200 - 1,800 1445 - (A) A GOOD MODEL 1869 SINGLE SHOT BAVARIAN MILITARY WERDER PISTOL WITH EXCELLENT REGIMENTAL MARKINGS AND MUCH ORIGINAL FINISH. Manufacturer: Bavaria Model: Werder M1869 Serial No. 2002 Caliber/Bore: 11.5mm Werder Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique

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These iconic huge single shot Bavarian military pistols are normally found in well used or poor condition. Standard configuration. Serial number 2002 retains much original finish, with markings indicating use by the 2nd Artillery Regiment. CONDITION: Barrel retains almost all of its original dull blue military finish. Frame with much original dull blue military finish. Trigger guard with much original military dull blue finish. Grips with most original varnish and only minor marks. Butt cap with lanyard ring and some original finish. Front and back straps mostly smooth metal. All matching numbers. Action works correctly. Bore is excellent. One of the best examples of this iconic Bavarian military pistol we have seen. MZ 1,000 - 2,000 1446 - (A) LOT OF TWO: WILLIAMSON DERRINGER AND ALARM GUN. Manufacturer: (A) Williamson (B) Unknown Model: (A) Derringer (B) Alarm Gun Serial No. (A) 1060 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .41 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 2- 1/2” (B) 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1866-1870. Chambered for .41 Rimfire with varnished walnut grip, engraved brass furniture and brown patina barrel. Clear legends on left side of barrel and serial number found on underside of barrel and interior of brass frame. CONDITION: Very good and operational, Varnished stocks are good with areas of wear and bruising but no cracks or substantial material loss, Bore is lightly frosted with visible rifling. Brass has attained a pleasant mustard patina. (B) Believed to be known as the “AMERICAN PORTABLE BURGLAR ALARM”(Flayderman 18-076.4) unique and simple design for .22 blanks. Brass construction with steel internal spring, roller and parts. No visible markings. CONDITION: Good and functioning. Brass is a mustard patina and appears uncleaned. TDW 1,000 - 2,000

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1447 - (A) LOT OF TWO: MARSTON THREE BARREL DERRINGER TOGETHER WITH A SHARPS FOUR BARREL DERRINGER. Manufacturer: (A) Marston (B) Sharps Model: (A) Three Barrel (B) 1A Serial No. (A) 1910 (B) 53631 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1864 through 1872. Serial number 1910 found on frame, barrel, and interior of grips. Three superimposed barrels chambered for .32 RF. Firing selector on left side of barrel. Frame mounted cartridge selector on right side. Brass frame. Blue steel barrels with varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good with crisp legends on right side of frame. Grips are good with small chip at forward area of butt, blue finish is turning patina. Cartridge selector needs attention. (B) Sharps Model 1A Derringer .22 rimfire with straight breech. Brass frame four shot barrel cluster with rotating firing mechanism. Blue steel barrels with varnished walnut grips. serial number 53634. CONDITION: Very good with crisp legends on left side of frame and serial numbers found on butt and bottom of barrels. Bores are lightly pitted with visible rifling. Varnish walnut grips are very fine. Action operates properly. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 1448 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 3RD MODEL DERRINGERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) No. 3 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .41 Rimfire Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: Both derringers are .41 rimfire. Single shot 2- 1/2” barrel rotating to the right for loading. Brass frame with blue barrel. Derringer (A) Has two piece pearl birds head grips and (B) has two piece walnut grips. Spur triggers. CONDITION: Both guns are very good overall. Derringer (A) has a refinished barrel, with 90% reapplied finish remaining. Actions operate properly on both guns, with dark bores. -MKS- 800 - 1,200 1449 - (A) RARE SHARPS BULLDOG NUMBER 4 DERRINGER IN .32 RIMFIRE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: Bulldog 4 Barrel Serial No. 1377 Caliber/Bore: .32 Rimfire Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Serial number 1377 found on bottom of barrel cluster and inside of grip frame. Grips unnumbered. 2 - 1/2” blue finished barrels retained by screw on bottom of frame. Button barrel release on left side of frame. Spur trigger with 2 piece varnish walnut grips. Very limited production with screw retained barrel and birds head grips. CONDITION: Very good with 90% bright blue on barrels. Bores are slightly pitted with visible rifling. Frame has shadows of case colors in protected areas. Grips are very fine with wear at high points. Action operates properly. TDW 750 - 1,250 1450 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE POCKET PISTOLS FROM STARR, BROWN, AND REMINGTON. Manufacturer: (A) Sharps (B) Brown Manufacturing (C) Remington Model: (A) Pepperbox (B) Southerner (C) Vest Pocket Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 3894 (C) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 RF (B) .41 RF (C) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 2 - 1/2” (C) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consist of: (A) Starr Four Barrel Pepperbox. Slightly over 2000 made. Fifth Model with the checkered trigger. CONDITION: Overall good. Gun retains a fair amount of finish. Grips are solid with light handling marks. Mechanically fine. (B) Brown Manufacturing Southern derringer style handgun. Iron frame. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains a fair amount of it’s original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grip is worn with numerous dings and scratches. (C) Remington Vest Pocket derringer style handgun. Produced 1865-1888, with as many as 20,000 made. This gun was refinished at some point. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Mechanically fine. JA 700 - 1,100 158

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1451 - (A) C. SHARPS 4 SHOT .22 RF DERRINGER Manufacturer: C Sharps Model: Four Barrel Derringer Serial No. 14301 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique First model Sharps pepperbox. Brass frame with blue, round barrel cluster. Pin & notch sights. Two piece varnished walnut grips. Left side of frame marked “C Sharps/Patent 1859” in a circle around trigger screw. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Most all bright original blue remaining on barrels. Brass is nice mustard color patina. Grips have been refinished. Action works properly. -MKS- 500 - 1,000

1452 - (A) VERY FINE MODEL 1819 HARPERS FERRY HALL FLINT MUSKET, DATED 1837. Manufacturer: J.S. Hall Model: 1837 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

Standard gun made at Harper’s Ferry in 1837. Pin fastened barrel bands. Original flint. Original ram rod. CONDITION: Very fine with most of the original brown finish on the barrel, bands and trigger guard. Breech block has a good amount of finish. Markings are sharp and clear. Bore has sharp 16 groove rifling, being properly counterbored for the first 1 - 1/2” at the muzzle. Chamber of breech block is bright and sharp. Wood has some light dings and handling marks. Fine mechanical function. GR 3,000 - 4,000

1453 - (A) J. HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY STYLE RIFLE. Manufacturer: J. Henry Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique J. Henry stamped octagonal barreled rifle with German silver front blade sight and rear notched sight. Full curly maple stock with brass hardware including a plain four piece patchbox with push button release in the toe. Large Germanic style flintlock marked “J. Henry Phila” fastened with two screws and no sideplate and controlled with a single trigger. Plain stock except for beaver tail carving behind locks. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with metal parts having some aged pitting. Brass parts have been cleaned and have faded to a nice golden patina. Lock is a reconversion with period original parts being used. Stock has been cleaned with applied finish. Gun has had a foot long section of the forestock replaced and very nicely done. Gun is mechanically sound. DLM 2019 2,000 - 4,000

1454 - (A) 1830’S JACOBSBURG CLASS GUN. Manufacturer: Jacobsburg Model: Henry II Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 37 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique A contemporary copy of a 1830’s Henry made trade rifle. Green Mountain octagon barrel with rifle sights marked “Henry II NO. 10” on the barrel flat. Unmarked flint lock with single trigger. Full walnut stock with brass furniture including four piece engraved patchbox. CONDITION: Overall excellent with light handling marks and good mechanics. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,750 - 2,250

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1455 - (A) HENRY BUCK AND BALL FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Henry Model: Buck and Ball Caliber/Bore: .60 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 44” FFL Status: Antique Made by the Henry family rifle works in Boulton, Pennsylvania in the late 18th century or early 19th century. Gun has octagon to round smoothbore barrel with rifle sights and stamped “Henry” on the top flat. “Henry” marked flint lock with single trigger control. Plain maple Buck and Ball style stock with brass furniture and silver wrist inlay. Original style ramrod with threaded end. CONDITION: Overall good condition with aged patina. Mechanically sound with lock being a reconversion. Wood has been cleaned with light handling marks. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,750 - 2,500

1456 - (A) LARGE BORE ENGLISH FLINTLOCK FOWLER BY COLLINS. Manufacturer: Collins Model: Fowler Caliber/Bore: 1” at muzzle Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Market fowler built in Oxford, England by John Collins circa 1795. Massive flintlock marked “Collins Oxford” controlled by a single styled trigger. Octagon to round barrel with British proofs. Massive walnut half stock with raised shell pattern carving behind tang. Brass hardware with shield tang inlay. Original brass tipped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel retains a silvery patina with some old pitting. Brass has golden color and looks to be uncleaned. Wood has traces of original finish with a large crack near the toe of the gun. Several chips behind the lock and along the forestock are missing which look to be missing from long ago. Gun has good mechanics. Great display piece. DLM 1,500 - 2,500

1457 - (A) REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD AMERICAN FLINTLOCK MUSKET MARKED CASWELL. Manufacturer: Caswell Model: American Musket Caliber/Bore: .77 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 39 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Revolutionary War period American flintlock musket assembled during the period. Brass furniture with iron ramrod. Lockplate marked “Caswell” with single trigger. Unmarked round iron barrel with front sight. Walnut or cherry full-length stock with period brass wrist repair. CONDITION: Aged patina on all metal parts with lock being a good reconversion. Wood has aged finish with small slivers missing along forestock. Mechanically sound. Interesting and early American-assembled piece. DLM 1,000 - 2,000

1458 - (A) FINE BRASS BARRELED ENGLISH BLUNDERBUSS. Manufacturer: Derby Model: Blunderbuss Caliber/Bore: 1 - 5/8” Barrel Length: 19 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Brass blunderbuss barrel with turnings at muzzle inscribed “DERBY” at top. English view and proof marks on left side at breech. The flat lockplate is inscribed “PARIS” in the center and features a swan neck cock and a roller frizzen. The steel furniture includes an engraved buttplate, small oval escutcheon around the single lock retaining screw, a French style trigger guard, terminating in an acorn finial, and ramrod ferrules. Plain walnut stock with checkered wrist. CONDITION: Barrel retains a mellowing mustard patina and shows some scattered marks and minor denting. Furniture has been cleaned bright and shows some minor pitting and wear. Lock is excellent in its original flintlock configuration, functions well. Stock shows scattered denting and marks from use. There is one crack stemming from the barrel tang to the rear lock tang. Ramrod is a replacement and not the proper size. A very large and attractive blunderbuss dating circa. 1820. DMG 1,000 - 1,500 160

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1459 - (A) J.H. JOHNSTON RELIEF CARVED .44 CALIBER PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: J.H. Johnston Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 41” FFL Status: Antique

Made by J.H.Johnston of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania circa 1850. Full octagon rifled barrel signed in script “J.H. Johnston” with rifle sights. Full curly maple stock with brass furniture including four piece “Q” finial patchbox, four coin silver inlays (including a cheekpiece eagle) and Johnston’s typical incised carving pattern behind the cheekpiece. Handmade percussion lock with high spur hammer and controlled by single trigger. Comes with research on the gunmaker. CONDITION: Overall fair condition with several areas of wood repair including the wrist and out along the forestock. Metal surfaces have aged pitting from use. Mechanics function fine. Wood has been cleaned. DLM 2,500 - 4,500

1460 - (A) LARGE AND EARLY FOWLER TRADE SIGN FOR TRYON RIFLES AND PISTOLS, PHILADELHPIA. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Percussion Fowler Trade Sign Caliber/Bore: .73 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 47” FFL Status: Antique Two stage smoothbore steel barrel with indistinct markings on left side of breech. Early flat banana lockplate converted to percussion. This Hudson Valley fowler turned to trade sign has an iron hook directly in front of the sheet brass buttplate tang. The brass trigger guard from a Pattern 1756 British Artillery Carbine. The oak stock has a period walnut repair to the front 30” of the forend and has a pewter cap at the tip of the original potion. The front of the stock is deeply carved “EDWARD K. / TRYON / Philadelphia / RIFLES & PISTOLS”. CONDITION: Barrel retains a dark heavy patina and shows some scattered pitting. Lock retains a matching dark patina and needs adjustment, spur on hammer was broken during period and is absent. Brass buttplate and trigger guard retain a heavy dark patina. Stock shows age cracks, oil stains, and some wear as well as some minor losses on repaired section of forend. Ramrod is absent as this was a display sight. From the Robert Sadler Collection. DMG 1,500 - 3,000 1461 - (A) UNMARKED KENTUCKY STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unmarked Model: Kentucky Caliber/Bore: .52 Barrel Length: 38 - 1/3” FFL Status: Antique Beautifully made engraved handmade locked percussion rifle with full octagon unsigned rifled barrel with rifle sights. Full curly maple stock with violin finish, 15 coin silver inlays and an engraved brass lock plate in the shape of a shield and eagle. Brass engraved furniture including a double shield patchbox with 6 piercings and profusely engraved. Brass toeplate, saddleplate and comb piece also nicely engraved. Checkered wrist carving similar to guns made in New York state. A very fine rifle. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with carving worn from use and hole in wrist most likely for some kind of target sight. Gun appears to have no restoration and functions fine. DLM 2,000 - 2,500 1462 - (A) US CIVIL WAR ERA MARTIAL PALMER BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Palmer Model: Carbine Caliber/Bore: .56/50 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique 1,001 of these carbines were produced at the end of 1865, having been delivered just after the cessation of hostilities. While none of these were delivered in time to be issued, it can still be considered a Civil War carbine. Made by E.G. Lamson of VT in 1865. Standard markings and configuration. Cartouche on left side of stock. CONDITION: Retains an even age patina overall. Some filing evident on the front of the hammer. Markings are visible, although weak with some old file marks on the lock plate. Wood has dings and handling marks with a good cartouche and inspectors marks by the buttplate tang. Stock lightly refinished, crack on the left side. Bore is very good with strong rifling and some pitting. Good mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

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1463 - (A) FULLSTOCK PERCUSSION .32 CALIBER KENTUCKY LONGRIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Kentucky Caliber/Bore: .32 Rifled Barrel Length: 36 - 1/8” Unsigned percussion locked fullstock Kentucky rifle with full curly maple stock. Octagon rifled barrel with rifle sights. Double set triggers, brass furniture with capbox, and two German silver inlays including an oval cheekpiece inlay with a fern engraved on it. Silver engraved barrel escutcheons. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good original condition with good mechanics. No visible restoration or repairs. DLM 1,000 - 2,000 1464 - (A) VERY INTERESTING POSSIBLY CONFEDERATE MODEL 1833 HALL CARBINE. Manufacturer: Hall Model: 1833 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Originally made by Simeon North as a model 1833 carbine which had a sliding bayonet. This gun has been period restocked in what appears to be either pine or cherry, certainly not in the traditional walnut as found in Northern arsenals. The “compartment” under the rear piece of the trigger guard is not present but is instead hand carved out to fit the hinged door. The sling ring was removed from the trigger guard. There is no cutout for the sliding bayonet, however the mechanism is still present on the bottom of the barrel. There is a large metal tang extending back from the receiver. The top of the hammer is sporting in style with an engraved head on it, commonly found on percussion shotguns. Appears to have been braised onto the original Hall hammer bottom. Many Hall carbines were held in Southern arsenals at the outbreak of the Civil War and were subsequently seized by Confederate forces. CONDITION: Metal retains a pleasing patina overall with some rust and light to moderate pitting. The markings on the breech block are no longer legible. Stock has some dings and handling marks, as well as some age cracks. The stock has had some extensive plastic wood repairs in the rear band area and appears to have had a large section replaced on the right side. Nipple is beat up. Bore is rusty with pitting. Action works well. GR 1,000 - 2,000

1465 - (A) SHARPS 1859 PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1859 Serial No. 52048 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 21 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Sharps New Model 1859 Carbine with lever action and original percussion ignition system. Walnut wood stock with iron patchbox and furniture and carbine style saddle ring. “F.C. 22” stamped inside patchbox. Fixed front sight with windage rear sight. Correct patent dates and markings on action and barrel. CONDITION: Gun has seen extensive hard use with severe wear on the wood and metal surfaces. Lever on side of gun has broken tip. Replaced forearm screw. Gun still functions and has good mechanics. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

1466 - (A) E.L. PANCOST TARGET HALF STOCK .52 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Pancost Model: Target Rifle Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 40 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Made by Elisha Pancost from Elizabeth, Pennsylvania circa 1861. Gun has octagon rifled barrel stamped “E.L. Pancost” and “M. C. Lily”. Lily could be Marenzo C. Lily of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. There may be some connection between the two makers, but so far no information has been found. Gun has been fitted with a Lyman tang peep sight and a Redfield globe front sight with rear “V” notch original rear sight. “RB” marked percussion lock with turned front trigger and set rear trigger. Walnut halfstock with brass furniture and pewter nose cap. CONDITION: Overall good condition with good mechanics and bore. Missing ramrod pipes and ramrod. Interesting western Pennsylvania rifle worthy of more research. DLM 800 - 1,500

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1467 - (A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: H.B. Usher Model: Percussion Serial No. 58 Caliber/Bore: .75 Rifled Barrel Length: 14 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Made in Austria and exported for use in the American Civil War. Gun has the name “H.B. Usher” stamped on the left side (probably an inspector mark). Percussion lock with numbered lock. Round rifled barrel with blade front sight and notched rear. Walnut carbine stock with carbine butt, sling bar and cheekpiece. Iron furniture with pronounced grip trigger guard. CONDITION: Overall good condition with usage marks. Wood probably cleaned at one time. Good mechanics. DLM 600 - 1,000

1468 - (A) F&T LIEGE 1861 PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: F&T Model: 1861 Caliber/Bore: .72 Rifled Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2” Made by Falisse and Trappmann in Liege, Belgium. Percussion locked rifled musket with blade front sight and notched rear. Lock is marked “Liege F&T 1861” Octagon to round barrel with “FT” proof mark. Walnut musket stock with three iron bands and iron hardware. Iron ramrod. Similar to muskets exported from Europe for use in the American Civil War. CONDITION: Metal parts have worn to a silvery patina. Wood shows an oil soaked finish with usage marks and dings. Mechanically solid and functions fine. DLM 600 - 1,000

1469 - (A) AR 1843 MUSKET WITH SLING AND BAYONET Manufacturer: AR Model: 1843 Caliber/Bore: .70 Rifled Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique European made percussion rifled musket with “AR 1843” in circle on buttstock. “GS” proof on rear of round rifled musket barrel. Walnut wood three banded stock with dished cheek area on comb and owner’s initials carved in top near tang. Similar to many rifles imported to United States for use in the Civil War. Comes with socket style triangular bayonet and old period looking leather sling. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with visible rifling in barrel and visible cartouches. Finish has worn to a brown patina with usage marks. Missing cleaning rod. Good mechanics. DLM 600 - 1,000

1470 - (A) COLT 1861 PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH BAYONET. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1861 Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Model 1861 smoothbore musket manufactured by Colt in Hartford, Connecticut. Percussion lock dated 1862 and marked with Colt’s Patent and address. Smoothbore barrel with blade front sight and three leaf rear sight with “1861” and “vp” over “eagle” proofs. Comes with unmarked socket style triangular bayonet. CONDITION: Fine aged silvery patina on metal parts with wood showing evidence of being cleaned long ago. Good mechanics and a solid gun. DLM 600 - 1,000

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1471 - (A) THOMPSON CENTER BLACK POWDER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Thompson Center Model: Black Powder Rifle Serial No. 468290 Caliber/Bore: .50 Rifled Barrel Length: 29” FFL Status: Antique .50 Caliber reproduction Hawken, half stock rifle. Walnut stock with brass furniture. Set trigger. CONDITION: Like new in original box, appears unfired. -MKS- PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS LOT WILL BE DONATED TO SHRINER’S HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN. 400 - 600

1472 - (A) KENTUCKY STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE SIGNED P. P. KING. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Kentucky Style Caliber/Bore: .38 Rifled Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique Made in Celina, Ohio by Phillip King circa 1860. Gun features full octagonal rifled barrel with rifle sights stamped P. P. King Celina. Curly maple half stock with brass furniture and pewter nosecap. P.P. King Celina marked percussion lock with double set trigger control. Comes with hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Nice original overall patina with no obvious cracks or restoration. Good mechanics with shootable bore. DLM 2,000 - 2,500

1473 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH GROSZ ALTERATION FOR SOCKET BAYONET. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1841 Mississippi Caliber/Bore: .62 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique Dated 1849 at the rear of the lock. Grosz bayonet alteration, done in New York. About 1,600 of these were so altered for use with the model 1842 socket bayonet. The alteration included turning down the muzzle of the barrel and adding a lug to the bottom. This gun also features “E/ 75” stamped into the top of the buttplate. The ramrod is a modern replacement. CONDITION: Gun appears to have been cleaned at some point, the barrel having been touched up. Barrel proofs are no longer legible. Lock markings are clear. The hammer has a flat area on the outer side, reason unknown. The hammer does not seat properly on the nipple. There are some vice marks on the sides of barrel at the breech. Bolster of barrel does not sit flush against the lock. Wood has dings and handling marks, showing significant burn out behind the bolster. Repaired break in the lock area. No visible cartouches. Stock has most likely been lightly sanded at some point. Brass has been cleaned. The bayonet lug from the bottom of the barrel is missing. The sling swivels have been removed from the bottom of the front band and front of trigger guard. Has been bored out to .62 caliber, smoothbore. Lock is in good mechanical order. Top buttplate screw is an incorrect replacement. GR 750 - 1,250

1474 - (A) REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK CARBINE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: Rolling Block Serial No. 1009 Caliber/Bore: .50-45 Barrel Length: 23 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique This is believed to be a “spurious” example of a rare Model 1867 Remington Rolling Block Carbine built for the US Navy. The gun has been built around a correct US Navy “anchor” marked barrel and correct forearm with a US Navy cartouche. The balance of the gun is a basic Remington No. 1 black powder action. CONDITION: Fine overall with sound wood and metal. Bore is bright. -MKS- 600 - 1,000

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1475 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT AND BARNETT PERCUSSION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Barnett Model: (A) 1863 (B) 53 Carbine Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .60 Rifled (B) .58 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 23” FFL Status: Antique (A) Colt U.S. Pattern 1863 percussion rifle. This rifle has been cut down to a carbine-like length by a non professional. Rifled bore. The federal eagle accompany this rifle and has the proper proof marks. Buttplate is original and is marked “U.S”. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains little of its original finish, and has a nice patina covering the lock and barrel. Stock was crudely cut down and has numerous dings, scratches and gouges. Bore is dirty with a fair rifling left. Nipple shows signs of extensive use. (B) Barnett of London percussion rifle. Rifle retains a proof mare on the bore. Barrel looks to have been refinished at some point. Stock has a nice Barnett cartouche near the butt. Brass buttplate and trigger guard. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 75% of its original finish with generous wear and patina. Stock is very good with minor dings scratches gouges and dents. Bore is shiny with good rifling left. Nipple shows signs of use, but is intact and not deformed on the edges. Overall, a nice pair of percussion rifles for the range. JA 600 - 1,000 1476 - (A) CIVIL WAR MOWRY MODEL 1861 CONTRACT MUSKET. Manufacturer: James D. Mowry Model: 1861 Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Standard 1861 model configuration. Lock is dated 1864 at the rear. Has the usual James D. Mowry markings. The “VP eaglehead” proof on the barrel is worn and pitted but present. No date visible on barrel. The rear sight appears to be a correct replacement. There is a groove in the top of the barrel and tang, most likely for sighting. Buttplate is unmarked. Ramrod appears to be a blacksmith made replacement. CONDITION: Good with a pleasing patina and light to moderate pitting. Lock markings are worn but legible. Stock is very worn with no visible cartouches, with a repaired break through the wrist. Bore has pitting with good rifling. Lock is in fine working order. GR 500 - 1,000 1477 - (A) MC KIM .69 CALIBER PERCUSSION FOWLER. Manufacturer: MC Kim Model: Fowler Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 35” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured for William D. McKim of Baltimore, Maryland circa 1840. Barrel is a reused smoothbore musket barrel with “VP” proof on underside of barrel. Percussion lock marked “ McKim & Brother Baltimore” controlled with single trigger. Walnut checkered stock with the initials “FP” stamped into the left side of buttstock. German silver engraved stock hardware with hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Metal turning to an aged silvery brown patina. Wood has traces of original piano style finish with checkering worn flat. Gun has marks and dings from age an use. Shootable bore with good mechanics. DLM 400 - 800

1478 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1851 Percussion Serial No. 1617 Caliber/Bore: .38 Percussion Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique

Manufactured 1852 to 1855. According to the “Sharps Rifle Book” by Sellers, page 43, a mere 193 sporting rifles were manufactured. Featured walnut stock with brass patchbox and buttplate, pewter forend tip, single trigger, single lead folding rear sight, dovetail front sight, lollipop style screw in tang sight cut-out in stock to accommodate folding, and the Edward Maynard priming system. Barrel is stamped “SHARPS RIFLE CO HARTFORD”. 1848 patent date on tang. CONDITION: All metal is a smooth grey-brown soft patina. Walnut stocks are excellent with usual storage marks and a hairline crack at right wrist. Overall rifle shows a fine homogeneous appearance with nice wood. Strong, well defined rifled bore with frosted grooves. If you have been looking for a nice example of this scarce rifle, this is far above average if you see one. DB 2,500 - 4,500

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1479 - (A) CIVIL WAR ERA I. HOLLIS & SONS WHITWORTH .451 PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE. Manufacturer: I. Hollis and Son Model: Whitworth Caliber/Bore: .451 Rifled Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique Military three band pattern percussion target rifle with patchbox and 400 meter graduated rear sight. Engraved patchbox, lock, hammer, trigger guard, lock screw heads, barrel tang, lock screw escutcheons, nose cap and buttplate. Checkered fore and aft. Marked on top of the barrel “WHITWORTH-PATENT” behind the rear sight and “I. HOLLIS & SONS. LONDON.” in front of it. Unique Whitworth hexagonal rifling. The ramrod, hammer screw and rear lock plate screw are replacements as is possibly the rear sling swivel. Bands are period, possibly replaced. The front sight appears to be restored. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some areas of minor pitting. Markings are clear. Engraving is good. Wood appears to have been lightly cleaned at one time, checkering is soft. There is an expertly done repair to the wood between the lock and barrel. The bore is dark with well defined rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000 1480 - (A) COLT LIGHTNING MEDIUM FRAME SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Lightning Serial No. 81744 Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique This 1897 vintage Colt rifle, serial number 81744, has a standard full round barrel with a 15 shot full length magazine tube. Barrel is marked with Colt’s Hartford address and “.32 Cal” at the breech. Colt standard “buckhorn” style rear and blade front sights. Standard plain walnut stock and forearm with oil finish. CONDITION: Very good overall with approximately 85% original blue on frame, top and lower tangs turning brown. Crescent style buttplate mostly brown patina. Barrel has approximately 85% blue mixing with a blue/brown patina, some light pitting and oxidation at muzzle. Forearm has approximately a one inch square piece of wood missing from bottom. Stock is refinished and shows little wear. Bore is good with moderate pitting. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000 1481 - (A) JOSLYN 1864 SINGLE SHOT BREECH LOADING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Joslyn Model: 1864 Serial No. 14971 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rimfire Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique The Model 1864 Joslyn breech loading carbine is stamped “Joslyn Firearms Co / Stonington Conn. / 1864”. Has knob type pullout latch for breech block. Iron fittings. 8,000 of these were purchased by the U.S. government and 4,500 were available for private purchase. This is a private purchase example with no inspector stamps. Features full round barrel, dovetail front sight, single barrel band, two leaf folding military type rear sight, saddle ring and bar, walnut one piece stock. Back of the block is stamped “B. F. Joslyn’s Patent, October 8th, 1861, June 24th, 1862”. CONDITION: Barrel retains virtually all of its factory blue finish with soft patina coming through the surface. Lock retains approximately 60% case colors with traces on block and hammer. Walnut stock is excellent with a few of the usual marks. Screws retain some of their nitre blue finish. Fine working condition. Fine, sharp, well defined three groove barrel. DB 1,800 - 2,500 1482 - (A) MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT RIFLE WITH EXTRA BARREL. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Serial No. 7061 Caliber/Bore: (Both) .45-70 Government Barrel Length: (A) 30”; (B) 31” FFL Status: Antique Ballard No. 1 - 1/2 Hunter’s rifle with full round 30” barrel chambered in .45-70 Gov. caliber. Second barrel same as first, but not numbered to the gun. Blue with case hardened receiver, lever, and hammer. Plain straight grip walnut stock. CONDITION: Good overall. No original finish remaining on metal, appears that someone has began polishing to bare metal for restoration. Wood shows minimum wear, however the butt stock is cracked on both sided of the wrist. Bore in original barrel is dark, second replacement barrel is near mint. Would make a good project gun in a desirable caliber. -MKS- 1,250 - 1,750 166

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1483 - (A)LOT OF TWO: J. NOWOTNY .44 DOUBLE RIFLE AND AUSTRIAN SCHUETZEN 8.15 SINGLESHOT RIFLE Manufacturer: (A) J. Nowotny (B) Austrian Model: (A) Double Rifle (B) Schuetzen Caliber/Bore: (A) .44, .44 (B) 8.15x46 Norm Barrel Length: (A) 25” (B) 28 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: (A) 2” (B) 1 3/8” Drop at Heel: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 1/8” Length of Pull: (A) 13 - 3/4” (B) 13 - 1/2” Lot consists of (A) Back action double hammer rifle with 25” barrels, full length matte rib, front blade sight, loop for sling, standing rear sight at 50/150 yards and folding rear sight at 200 yards. Action with double set triggers and border scroll. Fancy walnut stock with straight hand checkered grip, wide trigger guard engraved with crown and emblem which extends to an elegant horn long bottom strap, cheekpiece, steel butt plate with trap door and loop for sling. Matching checkered splinter forend with dual break open lever/forend release. Weighs 8 lbs. 8 oz. CONDITION: Barrel with approximately 40% blue remaining. Various handling and usage marks. Rifling is good. Stock has semi-smooth checkering with various handling, storage and usage markings. Forend with handling and usage marks. (B) Single octagonal barrel with loop for sling, semi covered blade front sight chambered in 8.15x46 Norm caliber. Martini styled action handsomely engraved with floral scroll. Interesting checkered grip walnut stock with cheekpiece, loop for sling and fancy crook style curved steel butt plate. Rifle weighs 10 lbs. 11 oz. CONDITION: Barrel with 40-50% blue remaining. Visible wear to exterior of barrel. Rifling appears to be good. Stock with split behind grip and with visible handling, usage and storage marks. Narrow forend with crosspin release with visible handling and usage marks. CP 1,250 - 1,750

1484 - (A) BROWNING BROTHERS UT MARKED SHARPS 1878 FALLING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1878 Serial No. 16752 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique Caliber .45 -70 Government, 32 inch round barrel with post and blade front sight. Slide adjustable rear sight with graduations to 1000. Marked on barrel top at retaining band “BROWNING BROTHERS UT” and to rear of sight in script “OLD RELIABLE” in block “SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT CONN.”. Top of receiver marked J.P Lower Denver CO. Serial number on bottom forward of trigger guard 16752. Two piece walnut stock with checkered steel butt plate. Case colored receiver is marked “BORCHARDT PATENT SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT CONN U.S.A.” CONDITION: Good as restored and refinished. Rifle is a period sporterized 1878 and has been refinished and re-case colored. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Buttstock has repairs at wrist and filler in cracks at wrist. This rifle appears to have been a restoration in process and could be brought back to represent its unique western heritage. 1,000 - 1,500

1485 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1868 SADDLE RING CARBINE, INDIAN WARS .50-70 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1868 Conversion Serial No. C15804 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Sharps model 1868 carbine, featuring a patchbox. Originally a percussion gun made for the Civil War, it was converted afterwards to cartridge by the US Government for issuance during the Indian Wars of 1870’s-1880’s. Wide three groove rifling. “E.A.W.” inspectors mark on left side of barrel. Faint cartouche. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with clear markings. Some areas of minor pitting. Wood has been cleaned and lightly refinished. The patchbox cutout has been deepened at some point. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

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1486 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE IN .22 SHORT. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 267906B Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique

Made in 1887 by Winchester Repeating Arms, New Haven, Connecticut. This Model 1873 is in the rare .22 short caliber. Blued full octagon barrel with front blade sight and rear Buckhorn style adjustable sight. Blued receiver with serrated dust cover. Walnut plain stocks with steel crescent buttplate. Brass elevator marked “ 22 short”. CONDITION: Barrel retains 50% original finish with most turning a plum color. Bore is poor. Action has some small dings with finish turning a plum color. Elevator has some dings blurring the caliber marking. Wood has some original finish with light handling marks and dings. Good mechanics. DLM 2,500 - 3,000

1487 - (A) ENGRAVED WINCHESTER 1886 .38-56 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1895) Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 98006 Caliber/Bore: .38-56 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1895. Game scene engraved with vignette of leaping whitetail deer on left side of receiver surrounded by scrolls and having a dot punch background. A chiseled rope border encompasses the outer perimeter of the receiver on both left and right sides. Right side is similarly engraved with scrolls and matching background. Finished in vivid case colors. Mounted with deluxe checkered highly figured walnut stocks with crescent butt. Round barrel with traditional two line Winchester address. Blade front sight with elevator adjustable rear sight. Work is incredibly well performed. CONDITION: Very fine with slight varnish loss on receiver over case colors. Barrel and magazine finish is very fine as restored. Wood stocks are very good with several very minor impressions and sharp checkering. Bore is good with slight shadows of darkness in grooves. This is a completely custom embellished 1886 Winchester and is very well done. TDW 2,000 - 3,000 1488 - (A) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 115769 Caliber/Bore: .40-82 WCF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique 1898 vintage Model 1886. Full octagon barrel with full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. Standard sights. CONDITION: Fine overall. 85-90% original blue on barrel and magazine blending with brown patina. Slight traces of case color on frame and lever, overall a grey-brown patina. Wood is sound, showing moderate wear. Bore is strong. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000 1489 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 37831 Caliber/Bore: .44 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique 1879 vintage 2nd Model 1873. Special ordered sling swivels. Full round barrel with button magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good with overall brown patina. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Strong bore. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,500 - 1,800

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1490 - (A) 1ST YEAR OF PRODUCTION WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Serial No. 13071 Caliber/Bore: .44 WCF Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Very desirable first year production Model 1892 chambered in .44-40. Full octagon barrel with full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Crescent rifle style buttplate. CONDITION: Near fine overall. Metal is mostly a light brown patina. Replaced non-original loading gate. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Strong clean bore, action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

1491 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1894 Serial No. 452187 Caliber/Bore: .32WS Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1908 vintage Model 1894. Full round barrel, full length magazine tube. Standard sights. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Fine overall. 85-90% original blue on barrel and magazine tube. 50-60% thinning original blue on frame with scattered areas of light pitting. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Bore is dark. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,250 - 1,750

1492 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1881 .40-65 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1889) Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1881 Serial No. 28261 Caliber/Bore: .40-65 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Manufacture 1889. Marlin model 1881 rifle with octagon barrel, full magazine and deluxe checkered pistol grip stocks with crescent buttplate. Chambered for the .40-65 cartridge. blade front sight with elevator adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Good with most all blue finish worn to bright with balance patina. Bore is good with strong rifling. Action operates properly and locks up soundly. Stocks are very good with good checkering, no cracks, and a very slight amount of material loss at toe from wear. TDW 1,250 - 1,750

1493 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 .45-75 LEVER ACTION RIFLE MANUFACTURED 1883. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1876 Serial No. 33663 Caliber/Bore: .45-75 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1883. Winchester 1876 rifle with 28” full octagon barrel, full length magazine, and two piece American walnut stocks with crescent buttplate. Sporting blade front sight with elevator adjustable rear sight. chambered for the .45-75 WCF cartridge. CONDITION. Good with a very even chocolate brown patina. Bore has visible rifling with darkness in grooves. Action operates smoothly and properly. Wood stocks are good with typical period bruises and impressions with an addition coat of finish applied later in life. TDW 1,200 - 1,750

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1494 - (A) SPENCER REPEATING LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: Repeating Carbine Serial No. 44752 Caliber/Bore: .56-56 Spencer Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Civil War era seven shot repeating carbine; loaded by magazine tube fitted through center of buttstock. Blue with case hardened frame and walnut stocks. Famous for having gained the personal endorsement of President Abraham Lincoln. One of the most widely used and popular carbines of the American Civil War. CONDITION: Fair with no original finishes remaining. Action is tight and crisp. Bore is surprisingly bright and clean. Faint Government Inspector cartouches on left side of stock. Wood although sound, shows moderate to heavy wear with scattered dents and bruises. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

1495 - (A) ALTMAIER LEVER ACTION RIFLE, SERIAL NUMBER 1. Manufacturer: Altmaier Model: Repeating Rifle Serial No. 1 Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Made by Peter Altmaier in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania circa 1870. Lever action nickel plated engraved brass frame with tube fed magazine. Octagon rifled barrel with rifle sights marked “P. A. Altmaier’s Pat. Repeating Mountaineer Rifle Harrisburg, Pa.”. Gun has a serial number of 1 and dated 1881. Walnut checkered buttstock missing buttplate. Threaded steel cleaning rod with brass tip. Brass nickel plated lever. Iron trigger and hammer. CONDITION: Barrel has peppery pitting with shootable bore and traces of original blue finish turning plum. Frame has traces of nickel and remnants of black applied paint, possibly original. Wood has sharp checkering with some usage dings and faded varnish with usage damage. Missing breechblock with some mechanical issues. Rare gun that is seldom available for sale. DLM 1,000 - 1,500

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1496 - (A) UNUSUAL UNMARKED CIRCA 1840’S HAMMERLESS REVOLVING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Revolving Rifle Caliber/Bore: .40 Bore Barrel Length: 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

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This rare, possibly unique, revolving rifle is only marked with a patriotic motif on top of frame with some light engraving on sides. It features a 29 - 1/2” heavy full octagon barrel, 7-shot percussion revolving cylinder, 40 bore, checkered straight grip walnut stock with no forend, rifle butt, single trigger, brass trigger guard, iron furniture, hammerless with side toggle. We examined every available image of early revolving rifles and could find no information nor any photographs of any rifle that resembled this example. CONDITION: All metal is a smooth brown patina with usual handling marks. Rifling is still well defined. The wood is excellent, checkering worn smooth but still strong, usual handling marks but no cracks. Cylinder has hand but no visible way to advance unless hand turned and does not seem to cock firing pin. Unusual is probably not strong enough as there may not be another. DB 5,000 - 7,000

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1497 - (A) TRIPLETT & SCOTT CIVIL WAR REPEATING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Triplett & Scott Model: Repeater Serial No. 2540 Caliber/Bore: .50 Rimfire Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1864 to 1865; 3,000 of which had 30” barrels. Manufactured by Meriden Manufacturing Co., Connecticut. The majority were issued to the state of Kentucky Home Guard to protect Sherman’s supply lines. The inventor of this rifle was Charles Parker of Parker Shotgun fame. The rifles are stamped “KENTUCKY” on left side of the swivel breech. Left side of frame is stamped “MERIDEN MANUFG CO. MIDDLEDON, CONN”. Upper tang is stamped “TRIPLETT & SCOTT PATD DECEMBER 6 1864”. Features round barrel, dovetail front sight, folding ladder rear sight, walnut forend, single band, walnut buttstock, sling swivels. CONDITION: Barrel is a dull blue patina. Swivel breech is a smooth blue-brown patina. Frame retains 30% case colors on left side, 10% on top and 10% on right. Has the usual crack in wrist that almost all of these had, which was a design flaw. Near mint, strong rifle bore. The supply line Home Guard history is about the only documented use during the Civil War. DB 1,800 - 2,500

1498 - (A) EXCEPTIONALLY FINE ELABORATE ENDO PERIOD JAPANESE MATCHLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Japanese Model: Tanegashima Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique

.50 Caliber 42” barrel with octagon cannon muzzle bracketed in silver. Integral front and pierced rear sight. Full length wood stocks that are to be believed made of teak are heavily decorated with chrysanthemum inlays of brass on both sides. Matchlock mechanism is made of brass as both barrel bands, trigger and buttcap. Barrel is ornately inlaid in silver with large birds and forest tree designs. Made during the Endo Period (1603-1868). These rifles known as “Tanegashima” were influenced after the importation of three matchlock rifles purchased from the Portuguese in 1543. CONDITION: Very fine overall with excellent stocks that have had additional finish applied. A minor chip at heel of butt as well as a short crack at muzzle end exist but appear to be period. Bird and forest tree inlays are exceptional. The barrel is very fine; however, the bore is quite dark. Matchlock action does function properly. Very attractive and presents itself wonderfully. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

1499 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1874 “A” SPORTING RIFLE Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1874 Serial No. 162173 Caliber/Bore: .40 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Stamped JP Lower on the barrel. The letter A in box can be found stamped on barrel and frame. Approximately 700 of these guns were built at Bridgeport. The barrel does not have Sharps address stamp, only dealer and caliber. The Lawrence sight slot has been filled and there exists a newly cut slot for a single folding leaf rear sight. The front sight is of knife blade style. The rear stock is an old carbine type with filler plate on left side and patch box on right with schnabel fore-end and sling swivel in butt. The Sharps address on left side is faint. This rifle also features double set triggers. CONDITION: The barrel is a smooth blue patina mix. Frame colors have turned dark. Stocks show use with chip missing from forend and numerous dings. Fine bright strong rifling and fine action. A real Western frontier shipped and used Sharps rifle. 2,000 - 3,500

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1500 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD 1884 CADET TRAPDOOR AND 1888 TRAPDOOR RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (A) 1884 Cadet (B) 1888 Serial No. (A) 535126 (B) 514461 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45-70 Government Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 1/2” (B) 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1892. Springfield 1884 Cadet Trapdoor with Buffington sight. 29 - 1/2” barrel retained by two bands. Walnut stock with 1892 dated SWP cartouche. Steel butt plate without trap for tools. Replaced wiping rod. CONDITION: Good with a brown patina overall , Good bright bore with small areas of older spotting. Action operates properly. Wood stock is weathered but solid. (B) 1891 manufactured Model 1884 Trapdoor rifle with 32 - 5/8” barrel, Buffington sight, rod bayonet, steel buttplate with trap for tools, and two barrel retaining bands. CONDITION: Good with a overall brown patina. Fine bright bore and properly operating action. Stock is cleaned and void of inspections. TDW 900 - 1,200 1501 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Trapdoor Serial No. 387049 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 73,000 manufactured from 1873-1877. Standard US military issue. CONDITION: Fine overall. Mostly a dark blue-brown patina mixed with original blue. Wood is sound with no cracks or breaks, showing moderate wear. Faint military cartouches on the left side wrist. Strong bore, tight action. Overall a nice clean trapdoor -MKS- 800 - 1,200 1502 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE SPRINGFIELD RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (A) 1863 (B) 1873 Trapdoor Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 71428 Caliber/Bore: (A) .60 Smoothbore (B) .45-70 Barrel Length: (A) 31” (B) 32” FFL Status: Antique (A) Springfield 1863 percussion rifle. This rifle retains its federal eagles on the lock and is dated 1863. The buttplate is also marked U.S. This rifle has been heavily sporterized with a nickel like finish covering the whole rifle. Stock has also been refinished with a clear stain. A crude “CSA” has been carved into the left side of the stock. The barrel has also been cut down to imitate a “cadet” model. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal is good to very good with small areas of wear and handling marks. Some freckling can be seen around the lock, most likely from firing. Stock has minor dings, scratches and dents. Bore is fairly clean with no signs of heavy residue build up. (B) Springfield 1873 Trapdoor. Manufactured approximately 1876. Rifle has the correct “V/P” and “eagle” stamps, as well as the proper proof mark. Stock has the correct “ESA Oval” stamp. Butt-plate is marked “US”. Stock has been refinished at some point. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal has light wear on areas, but still retains 75% of its original finish. Stock is near excellent, with minor handling marks. Bore is clean with generous rifling left. A nice pair of historic Springfield rifles for the shooter. JA 800 - 1,100 1503 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Trapdoor Serial No. 404298 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 73,000 manufactured from 1873-1877. Standard US military issue. CONDITION: Very good overall. Mostly a dark brown patina with no original blue or case color visible. Wood is sound with no cracks or breaks, showing moderate wear. No visible military cartouches or inspection stamps. Strong bore, tight action. -MKS- 800 - 1,200 172

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1504 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR .45-70 CAVALRY CARBINE (1882). Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Carbine Serial No. 177614 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique

Model 1873 manufactured in 1882 with period improvements. Low arch breech 1879 “C”marked rear sight. Thick wrist stock with sling bar and trap in butt for cleaning components. Stock has indiscernible SWP cartouche on left side of wrist. Breech and lockplate dated 1873. CONDITION: Fair with bore being moderately pitted. Stock is dinged and lightly gouged. Action operates properly. TDW 500 - 750

1505 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1871 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1871 Rolling Block Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 36” FFL Status: Antique Number ‘1’ size full stock military rifle. Over one million manufactured between 1867-1888. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Barrel and frame mostly a gunmetal grey patina. Government inspection cartouches on both sides of wrist. US stamped buttplate. Strong bore with good rifling. Wood is sound with added finish showing moderate wear.-MKS- 800 - 1,200

1506 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1878 .45-70 MILITARY RIFLE. Manufacturer: US Springfield Model: 1878 Serial No. 337694 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique

Springfield Trapdoor Model 1878 with breech block marked as such. Lock marked “ U.S. Springfield” with Eagle. Blued barrel with “VP” and Eagle marks. Buffington rear sight with fixed front sight. Original steel cleaning rod. “U.S” marked blued buttplate. Walnut military style stock with 1886 date and SWP inspector mark. Good visible “P” in circle proof. CONDITION: Overall good condition with sharp markings and 80% original military finish remaining. Good mechanics with good shootable bore. DLM 800 - 1,250

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1507 - (A+C) LOT OF TWO: PARKER AND ITHACA EXPOSED HAMMER SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Parker Brothers (B) Ithaca Model: (A) Lifter (B) Crass Serial No. (A) 11703 (B) 112794 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Choke: (B) (L) Full (R) Full Gauge: (A) 10 (B) 12 Lot consists of (A) Parker Brothers Lifter Model. Damascus barrels, double triggers, pistol grip checkered walnut stock, plain forearm. CONDITION: Fair overall. Should not be fired. Wrist has several cracks and is not sound. Action works properly, however is loose on face. Wood shows fairly heavy use. Bores are dark. (B) Ithaca Crass Model with exposed hammers. Straight grain, pistol grip, checkered walnut stock and forearm. Original black hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Near fine overall. 85-90% original blue on barrels. Balance a brown patina. Bores are bright with moderate abrasion. Wood is excellent showing moderate use. Action is crisp and locks up tight. -MKS- 800 - 1,200 1508 - (A) INTERESTING HIGH GRADE DOUBLE HAMMER SHOTGUN LIKELY OF AUSTRIAN MANUFACTURE. Manufacturer: Prima-Stahl Model: Hammer Double Serial No. 4835.3 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/8” Length of Pull: 13 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Choke: .035 (R) .029 (L) Gauge: 16 Internal Bore Diameter: .661 (R) .656 (L) Weight: 5lbs 14oz Made with Bohler Steel barrels, this high grade gun features a tapered matted game rib with steel front bead. Elongated splinter forend with Deeley type latch release is nicely engraved and wood is checkered in point pattern.Hammer action is full coverage engraved in high quality Oak Leaf scroll pattern with game scenes on sidelocks, and action has sideclips on breech balls. Hammers and trigger guard are nicely engraved to match. Point pattern checkered buttstock with capped pistol grip and cheekpiece on left side terminates in basket weave pattern buttplate. Butt and bottom rib with sling swivels. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Barrels retain more than 90% original blued finish. Buttstock and forend with about 90% original finish with scattered handling marks and impressions. Bores are good with beginning roughness ahead of chambers. Mechanics are fine. JSL 500 - 750

1509 - (A) LOT OF TWO: J. MANTON & CO AND BARKER DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) J. Manton & Co (B) Barker Model: (A) Double Barrel (B) Double Barrel Serial No. (A) 28592 (B) 248 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 32” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Gauge Lot consists of: (A) English made Joseph Manton back action double barrel hammer cartridge shotgun with laminated steel barrels, double triggers and extractors. Walnut checkered round knob pistol grip stock with silver stock shield and hard rubber butt. Checkered splinter forearm with ebony inlay (missing). Comes with extra set of back action locks. CONDITION: Metal worn to a silvery patina with good bores and mechanics. Wood has been cleaned and sanded with no visible repairs. (B) T. Barker Belgian manufactured hammer cartridge shotgun with steel barrels and interesting reinforced chambers. Engraved locks and frame with double triggers, extractors and bead front sight. Walnut pistol grip stock with stock shield and metal buttplate. Checkered splinter forearm with friction release. CONDITION: Overall silver patina with good bores and mechanics. Wood has been cleaned and sanded. DLM 600 - 900 174

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1510 - (A) LOT OF 2: RUPERTUS SWIVEL BREECH AND BLACK POWDER PERCUSSION SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Rupertus (B) Black Powder Model: (A) Single Barrel (B) Side by Side Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Barrel Length: (A) 32 “ (B) 33” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: (BOTH) 12 A) Jacob Rupertus Philadelphia PA, Manufactured in 1870’s and 1880’s this swiveling breech single barrel shotgun. Similar to design of his swiveling breech single barrel pistols. 32” 10 ga., barrel marked “RUPERTUS PHILDA” on barrel with no other markings found. Exposed hammer with lever to open swinging breech forward of trigger guard. Mounted with two-piece walnut stocks and smooth steel butt plate. CONDITION: Very good as all finishes have turned patina. Action appears to operate properly. Bore is lightly pitted through out. B) Unmarked 12 bore percussion double shotgun with one piece walnut stock checkered at wrist. 33” unmarked barrels with solid center rib. Fitted with period sling swivels and contemporary leather carry sling. Smooth steel butttplate. CONDITION: Fair, Locks operate properly, Overall patina with light corrosion overall. Very attractive Civil War period double. 400 - 800 1511 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO WILKES BARRE SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Wilkes Barre Model: (BOTH) Grade A Serial No. (A) 1278 (B) 1181 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 30” FFL Status: Antique Choke: (A) Modified & Cylinder (B) Imp Cyl and Imp Cyl Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Lot consists of (A) Exposed hammers, Damascus barrels choked modified and cylinder. Straight grain checkered walnut with Prince of Wales grip. CONDITION: Good overall. Approximately 75% original Damascus pattern and brown finish remaining. Frame and trigger guard mostly gunmetal grey patina. Stock is broken at the wrist. Wood shows moderate to heavy wear overall. Bores have some abrasion. Action locks up sound. (B) Exposed hammers. Damascus barrels. Straight grain, checkered walnut stock and forearm with Prince of Wales style grip. CONDITION: Good overall. Mostly brown patina. Checkering shows heavy wear. Wood has been revarnished, with brass plaque in stock. Bores are dark. Action is a bit loose. -MKS- 750 - 1,250 1512 - (A) ITHACA NIG SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Ithaca Model: Crass Serial No. 21416 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 14-1/4” Chamber: 2-1/2” Choke: Cylinder & Cylinder Gauge: 12 Crass Model No. 1 Grade, exposed hammer 12-gauge 30” damascus barrels choked cylinder and cylinder. Prince of Wales style grip. Extractors with double triggers. Vintage lace-up leather butt-pad. CONDITION: Good overall with only traces of original finishes. Metal is mostly a silver/ grey patina. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Bores are fine, locking lever is far to the left. -MKS- 1,400 - 1,900 1513 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO WILKES BARRE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Wilkes Barre Model: (A) Grade D (B) Grade C Serial No. (A) 993 (B) 690 Barrel Length: (A) 28” (B) 30” FFL Status: Antique Choke: (A) Modified and Cylinder (B) Modified and Modified Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Lot consists of: Two guns with Damascus barrels, checkered walnut stocks and forearms, Prince of Wales style grips, and double triggers and extractors. CONDITION: Both guns are good overall. Bores are bright with light abrasion. Only traces of original finish remaining. Overall a grey/brown patina. Actions are fairly tight. Wood shows moderate to heavy wear. Shouldn’t be trusted firing modern loads, probably should be retired and admired hung on the gun room wall. -MKS- 750 - 1,250

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1514 - (C) INTERESTING LEFT HANDED W. & C. SCOTT 12 BORE SIDELOCK SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: W. C. Scott Model: Side By Side Serial No. 59454 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 13/16” Drop at Heel: 2 - 7/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4” Chamber: 2 - 5/8” Choke: (L) .021 (R) .008 Gauge: 12 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .732 (R) .735 Weight: 7lbs 10oz Made with 30” Sir Joseph Whitworth fluid steel barrels that have matted top rib and white mid and steel front beads. Maker’s name and address on top of tubes. Proof marks and serial number on barrel flats along with Whitworth proof. Rounded sidelock action with left hand opener is nicely engraved in scroll with about 75% coverage. Made with double triggers, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. Straight grip buttstock with tear drops behind action is checkered in point pattern and has nickel shield with thin black Pachmayr brand pad. Replacement splinter forend is checkered in point pattern with elongated Deeley release. Also included in the lot is a replacement Beavertail forend. CONDITION: Very good as partially restored. Forend, a replacement as noted above, retains most of its custom finish. Action retains about 30% original color. Barrels retain about 85% of a refurbished blue finish. Buttstock retains about 1/2 of its original finish with some finish added for preservation and subsequent scratches which have chipped the finish. Bores are very good with a couple of repaired dents visible. Ejectors are out of time. JSL 750 - 1,300

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1515 - (A) L.C. SMITH GRADE II 12 BORE DOUBLE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: L.C. Smith Model: Double Serial No. 40896 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/4” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: .035(R) .038 Gauge: 12 Internal Bore Diameter: .728(R) .728(L) Weight: 7lbs 12oz Made with 30” Damascus barrels that have matted rib and brass front bead. Splinter forend with ebony Dog’s head at center and ebony tip is checkered in point pattern. Action is engraved in typical Grade II pattern with light scroll and marked “L.C. Smith” on sides. Capped full pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern and terminates with a lined HRBP. Made with DT, extractors, and three position auto safety. CONDITION: Good to very good. Barrels retain about 70% original pattern. Receiver retains about 30% original color and is starting to tone and stain. Stocks, which are sound, show thinned checkering and retain most of what appears to be their original finish. Bores with some beginning frosting, but quite good for a gun of this vintage and use. Mechanics are fine. JSL 500 - 850

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1516 - (A) ROBUST FOUR BORE PERCUSSION WATERFOWLING (PUNT) GUN BY TRYON OF PHILADELPHIA. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Percussion Barrel Length: 48” FFL Status: Antique Drop at Comb: 1 - 7/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/4” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Gauge: 4 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: .880 Weight: 14 lbs. (.880 Bore diameter) Octagon to sixteen sided to round twist barrel with under rib, tapers rapidly to a fairly thin muzzle, breech section measures 1.6” across flats as designed for heavy powder charge. Rear portion of scroll engraved top flat is also engraved “Tryon Philadelphia” in script. Hickory ramrod with brass ferrule tip and tail is held by two plain pipes. Bottom flat of barrel has Birmingham black powder proofs. Patent hook breech has inset gold poincon marked “WARRAN” “TED”. Breech iron with integral fence is engraved with open acanthus. Back spring lock with round bodied serpentine hammer is engraved with more open scrolling acanthus and “Tryon”. Steel trigger guard with reverse curve in front of bow, and curled “pistol grip” is engraved with more scrolling acanthus. Buttstock of dense American walnut has extra weight in butt and measures 14-1/4” over steel buttplate with long top spur. A floral shaped German silver escutcheon is on toe line, and broadly spaced checkering is at grip. Forend tip and thimble of German silver and stock attaches to barrel with two captive side bolts through shaped German silver escutcheons. CONDITION: Good, as refinished a long while ago. Barrels have most of an old re-brown with some definition to twist pattern, sharp edges rounded and silvered. All other metal is relatively smooth grey to brown patina with some brightening from cleaning, and some scattered pits, mostly on buttplate. Stock retains most of an old oil finish, sharp edges a bit rounded, checkering rerun, and a 3-1/2” x 1” piece of wood replaced at toe. Bore is fair to good with considerable rusting. Lock is good. A neat old American waterfowler by a local maker. MGM87. 2,000 - 4,000 1517 - (A) A UNIQUE AND MOST INTERESTING MASSIVE .90 CALIBER PERCUSSION GUN WITH NEARLY 5’ LONG BARREL, CONVERTED FROM FLINTLOCK. Manufacturer: American Model: Percussion Gun Barrel Length: 58” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: .90 Smoothbore Stock period stamped DOLPHIN on right and ARCHIRA & CRANE MARCH 97 on left. Unique gun is in untouched condition throughout. Barrel bands are deeply aged copper or brass. Bolster type conversion. The hammer is of English type. Safety catch not present. Stock with two side nails is made without buttplate or trigger guard. CONDITION: Untouched throughout. Barrel with deep brown crusty appearance, precisely what one would expect from shipboard storage. The lock has medium pitting en suite with barrel. Action is sticky. Bore is poor. Stock with great patina throughout. A large and fantastic piece for the American nautical collector or aficionado of early American oddities. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 2,000 1518 - LLARGE LOT OF VALUABLE LONG RANGE TANG SIGHTS, FRONT SIGHTS, ETC This is a very valuable lot of expensive, rare and desirable sights. (A) Five globe style front sights includes Beach, Stevens, etc. (B) Five dove-tail front sights, Lyman, Marble, etc. (C) Three small rear sights and two blanks. (D) Three Winchester/Marlin Lever Action semi-buckhorn rear sights. (E) Five rear sights, Stevens, etc. (F) 1903 Springfield rear sight and adjusting knob. (G) Boxed tang sight Marbles Game Getter No. GG1. (H) Two pairs/sets early adjustable scope mounts, front & rear. (I) Set front and rear sights Stevens pocket rifle. (J) Fire blue Stevens pocket rifle rear sight. (K) Redfield globe front sight. (L) Savage Pat. 1905 dial rear sight. (M) Dial rear sight with peep. (N) Marbles #87 sight blank in envelope. (O) Marbles No. 7 rear sight disc in envelope. (P) Marbles rear sight No. 69 in envelope. (Q) Marbles No. 95L rear sight, sealed. (R) Nine antique vintage and original long range tang sights for Winchester, Marlin, Ballard, etc. There are a few really rare sights here. There are a lot of great sights in this lot and a must have for any collector. One of the sights is nearly identical to one pictured on cover of Old Gunsights book, fourth from left. CONDITION: Sights vary from as new and sealed to showing evidence of mounting and age patination. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DB 2,000 - 3,000

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1519 - PERIOD DOUBLE CASING FOR COLT 1860 ARMY REVOLVERS. Double cases for Colt 1860s are rare, and this appears to be an original period case. Label attached to bottom of case reading “Allen and Wheelock, Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Etc., 99 Maiden Lane, NY.”. Lid of case with modern plate engraved Eustace Booill. Interior of case with modern reprinted directions for loading Colt’s pistols label. Purple felt reline. Hinges appear original. Key escutcheon original. Case is properly made. Well worth restoring, as these are excessively rare. MZ 1,500 - 2,500

1520 - LOT OF 11 GUN CASES. Lot consists of (A) F. Piotti case, green lined, suitable for a 27” side by side. (B) Beretta Guibielo case with choke wrench and screwdriver in plastic envelope, small box with extra trigger shoe and two extra fiber optic rods, oil bottle, snapcaps, chokes tubes for Imp. Cyl, light mod, Briley diffusion choke, and Beretta Imp. Cyl and Skeet chokes. Suitable for a 28” over/under (C) Unmarked plastic case, lined in blue, suitable for a 29” over/under. (D) Perazzi case with choke wrench, and Perazzi chokes 0, 0, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 10; suitable for a 30” over/under. (E) Steel case, lined in brown, suitable for a 32” over under shotgun; outside with wear and discoloration. (F) Beretta case suitable for a 28” over/under shotgun, lined in green felt. (G) Rizzini plastic case, lining heavily deteriorating, suitable for a 32” over/under with factory paperwork. (H) Perazzi, blue lined, suitable for a 29” over/under. (I) Americase, currently locked with an unknown combination. Lined in green, dual compartments, suitable for a pair of 34” and 29” over/under shotguns. (J) Americase, lined in blue, with dual compartments for 31” and 29” over/under shotguns. (K) Caesar Guerini case, code set to 410, lined in red and suitable for a 28” side by side. CONDITION: Cases show signs of light use except for where noted. EW 1,000 - 1,500 178

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1521 - LOT OF FIVE: VARIOUS LUGER PARTS AND HOLSTERS. Serial No. (A) 4170 (B) 5855d Lot consists of (A) 1917 Luger artillery cannon assembly with fine tune front and rear sights. (B) Nickel Luger magazine with aluminum bottom. (C) Luger double magazine pouch. (D) World War II Luger holster with loading tool. (E) World War I Luger holster. CONDITION: Everything is fair to excellent. One of the holsters needs the belt straps repaired. Blue on the cannon assembly is 85% original. REW 800 - 1,200

1522 - LOT OF TWO: TWO ARVO OJALA HOLSTERS. Arvo Ojala was the legendary holster maker to Hollywood stars and the technical gun coach for Hollywood’s motion picture and television stars. Lot consists of two of his holsters: (A) First rig is a Model No. 2 with numbers 43 1350 on the belt and will hold a 7 - 1/2” Colt Single Action Army. (B) Second rig is a Model No. 1-25 with numbers 43 1378 on the belt and will hold a 5 - 1/2” Colt Singe Action Army. CONDITION: Both rigs are like new and show no wear. RW 800 - 1,200

1523 - VERY FINE TYPE 1 GERMAN SNAIL DRUM WITH DUST COVER FOR LUGER PISTOLS. Serial No. 175735 Very fine Type 1 Snail Drum for the P-08 Luger pistol and Artillery models. 32 round capacity with strong Imperial German proofs. Complete with sheet metal dust cover. Nicely marked (BN) for Bing Nuremberg manufacture. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% blue finish remaining with slight high point finish loss as well as some small areas of period pitting at edges of drum. Mechanics operate properly and spring remains strong. Dust cover is very good with 60% of the epoxy finish remaining. These dust covers are rarely found intact and make a wonderful addition to any German collection. TDW 1,500 - 2,500

1524 - RARE TYPE 2 SNAIL DRUM, MANUFACTURED BY BING / NURENBERG WITH EXTREMELY RARE MP18 MACHINE GUN ADAPTER AND KHAKI CARRY POUCH. Serial No. 75622 Outstanding example of the type two Bing Nuremberg manufactured 32 round snail drum magazine for the iconic P-08 Luger pistol. Drum is complete with both sheet metal dust cover and rare MP18 machine gun adapter sleeve. This grouping also includes an original and very rarely encountered khaki World War II carry pouch with two leather strap closures. CONDITION: Very fine with typical high point finish loss. Dust cover retains over 70% of the black epoxy finish as does the MP18 machine gun adapter sleeve. The Khaki pouch is extremely fine and has been treated for preservation. The leather straps are alligatored but complete and functional. No markings found on pouch. A rare opportunity to find such a great set. TDW 2,500 - 3,500

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1525 - RARE PAPER LABEL WINCHESTER CREATE FOR 10 MODEL 1894 CARBINES 32 SPECIAL. This is an original wooden shipping crate with no lid. The sides are stenciled in red with Winchester Trade Mark Made in USA. The 6 1/2 x 9 - 1/2” paper shipping label is printed in red and black. Case held 10 Model 94 Sporting Carbines in .32 Winchester Special. Round barrel, solid frame, and full magazine. Address label is pre-zip code. There is some light staining and some minor edge chipping but is 95% complete and given the fragile nature of the paper, it would be hard to find a nicer example. You could block out the bottom and fill top layer of five and cover with glass for a great conversation piece in your gun room. 400 - 600

1526 - LOT OF TWO CASES: REPRODUCTION WINCHESTER MODEL 62 BOX AND OUTERS SHOTGUN CASE. Lot consists of (A) Reproduction Winchester Model 62 box and (B) Outers Shotgun case. CONDITION: (A) Fair, used condition with colors fading from lid. Box also appears to have some moisture marking from improper storage. (B) Good to very good condition with almost all of the factory finish remaining and very few storage and handling marks throughout. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TN 125 - 200

1527 - LOT OF 6 GUN CASES. Lot of six gun cases including two Browning cases, an Americase, unknown black shotgun case built for a pair of shotguns, and two canvas and leather shotgun cases built by an unknown manufacturer. Dimensions: (A) Unknown Black Shotgun Case Built for a Pair: 35” x 10” x 4 - 1/4”; (B) Canvas and Brown Leather Shotgun Case: 35 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4” x 3 - 1/8”; (C) Short Browning Case: 29-1/2” x 9” x 4 - 1/4”; (D) Canvas and Black Leather Shotgun Case: 32” x 10 - 1/4” x 3 - 1/4”; (E) Black and Silver Americase: 27 - 1/2” x 12” x 3 - 1/4”; (F) Long Browning Case: 36” x 9” x 4”. CONDITION: Overall these cases are in good condition with very few handling, storage, and usage marks. An excellent dealer’s lot of cases. TN 650 - 1,000 180

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1528 - LARGE LOT MISCELLANEOUS TOOLS, GRIPS, CLEANING KITS. Lot consists of: Model 1912 Squad cleaning kit for the 1911 pistol, four P-08 Luger loading and takedown tools, two pairs of P-08 Luger grips, one Luger cleaning rod/oiler, 28 precision drafting and machinist calipers manufactured by the J. Stevens arms company, one Winchester 10 shot model 1907 ,351 self loader magazine. One pair of Mother of Pearl grips for the model 1908 Colt .25 automatic pistol with screw. CONDITION: Good with typical aged patina from storage. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW 500 - 750

1529 - LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT ASSORTED SHOTGUN BARRELS. Lot consist of: (A) 34” Browning BT 99 SBT barrel raise rib with forend matched to SN 72D10566. CONDITION: Bore is bright and bluing is reflecting a plum color. (B) 25” Winchester Model 12, 12 Gauge Nickel Steel Barrel and slide and magazine. CONDITION: Bore is bright, but shows fouling. Little to no finish remains. (C) Winchester Model 12, 29” 12 Gauge barrel with a vent rib choked in “FULL”. Slide and magazine have been removed. CONDITION: Bead is missing and finish is poor. Bore is bright and shiny with some evidence of lead fouling. (D) 1Remington (what appears to be Model 31) 29” Slide action 2 - 3/4” 12 Gauge barrel. Matches SN 119154. Raise vent rib with beads. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shinny with some lead fouling (E) Remington Model 1187 “TARGET” Barrel for 2 - 3/4” chamber. Features a stuck extended REM extra Full Choke and a high raised rib. CONDITION: Barrel is shiny with evidence of fouling. (F) Remington Model 870 12 Gauge Barrel in 2 - 3/4 or 3” chambers. This 24” barrel is threaded without a choke. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shinny with minimal fouling. (G) Two Remington Model 1100 2 3/4” 12 gauge barrels marked for SN L566478V. Barrel 1 measures 30” with a high rib, which is loose and missing the bead, marked for a FULL choke. Barrel 2 is 28” with a high wide rib and is ported with a MOD choke. CONDITION: Both barrels have bright bores. PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS LOT WILL BE DONATED TO SHRINER’S HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN. JTH 600 - 1,000

1530 - GARCIA MITCHELL MODEL 300 DL SPINNING REEL AND CHARLES C. RITZ MITCHELL CONOLON FLY ROD. Lot consists of a Garcia Mitchell Model 300 DL spinning reel housed in a wooden storage case with an extra spool. The reel is dated June 17, 1974. Serial number 162106. Bail, crank, selector, and screws have a gold plating. Reel body has a matte black finish. CONDITION: Reel and extra spool are in very good to like new. Charles C. Ritz model 198C1, 7’ - 10” two piece fly rod. Circa early to mid 1970’s. Metal eyelets and cork grip. Includes an aluminum rod case and cloth sleeve. CONDITION: Very good to like new. SKK 300 - 500

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1531 - LOT OF TWO: TWO CIRCA LATE 1950’S FULL COLOR SAVAGE ARMS ADVERTISING - PROFESSIONALLY FRAMED. This lot includes (A) Very scarce die-cut cardboard ad that features hunters in the field with a classic Model 99 lever action and a side by side shotgun. The actual piece measures 19” tall by 14.5” wide. CONDITION: Fine, no fading with just a couple of dents around perimeter. (B) Paper poster that depicts hunters out west in the mountains armed with a brace of Savage Model 99 rifles. It too is done in full brilliant color similar to the color movies of the 1950’s. The actual poster measures 21” x 14 1/4”. There is the original mailing fold line in center, otherwise the piece is near mint with no visible holes, tears, or fading. This is the first we have seen of either of these advertising posters and if you collect or shoot the old classic Model 99, you will love this framed pair. 400 - 800

1532 - RARE A.H. FOX CAMPFIRE CATALOG. Rare string bound catalog that shows first generation Fox shotguns. First page with Ansley quote “The unequalled success of the A.H. Fox Gun is due to its unequalled quality.” Signed Ansley H. Fox. String bound with original order sheet in back. CONDITION: Very good. Corners slightly rounded. Binding is loosening. Minor stains on covers, otherwise very good. This is a very rare piece of Fox paper. JSL 300 - 500

1533 - LOT OF EIGHT ASSORTED GUN CATALOGS FROM VARIOUS COMPANIES. Lot consists of (A) Two early Browning pocket catalogs. Both in nice original condition. (B) J. Stevens catalog number 51 and a J. Stevens trifold brochure for their shotguns. (C) Smith and Wesson K-38 foldout in nice condition. (D) A 1915 Marlin catalog. 136 pages and in very nice condition. (E) 1930 Abercrombie and Fitch catalog. 184 pages with order form in back. Condition is very good with tape to binding. (F) Dana Hardware Company. Circa approximately 1910. 104 pages with gray cover. In very nice condition. Corners rounded. (G) North American Big Game official measurement records. Published by Remington Arms Co. Printed in 1934. Slight creasing in cover but otherwise in very nice condition. CONDITION: Catalogs in nice condition with flaws as noted. JSL 200 - 300 182

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1534 - LOT OF THREE ITHACA GUN COMPANY CATALOGS. Lot consists of (A) 1918 Flues Model pocket catalog. Fox chasing leaping pheasant on cover. Measures 3 - 1/2” x 6 - 1/2”. Order blank on back. CONDITION: Excellent with minor foxing. (B) 1910 Flues Model catalog. Fox peering at Quail on cover painted by Lynn Bogue Hunt. 24 pages. Measures 8” x 12” with order blank at back. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with some rounding on the corners and spine beginning to separate. (C) 1919 Flues model catalog. Measures 8 - 1/2” x 13 - 3/4”. Fox chasing rising pheasant on cover in color by Lynn Bogue Hunt. 20 pages. CONDITION: Very good with string binding holding up well. Corners slightly rounded. JSL 150 - 250

1535 - DAYSTATE MK. 3 AIR RIFLE WITH COMPRESSOR, PUMP, AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Daystate Model: MK 3 Serial No. MK-3-0284 Caliber: .25 Rifled Barrel Length: 15” Early configuration with soldered in batteries instead of plugs. Electronic firing system, right handed thumbhole stock. Mounted with a Bushnell Elite 4200 duplex reticle second focal plane scope. Threaded barrel. Comes with FX air compressor, FX hand pump, manual, three 10 shot magazines, charger with foreign adapter, and numerous extra valves and both .177 and .22 pellets. CONDITION: Fine, showing only very light evidence of use. Batteries do not hold a charge and as such functionality cannot be verified. Bore is excellent, bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Compressor works correctly. Glass is clear, turrets throw smoothly. EW 600 - 800

1536 - LOT OF 18 WINCHESTER RED AND YELLOW AMUNITION BOXES. Lot consists of Eighteen Winchester boxes of Yellow, Red and White one piece boxes of ammunition. Sixteen are full and correct two are partials. Four boxes of “WINCHESTER LEADER .22 LONG RIFLE”. Two boxes of “WINCHESTER SMOKELESS EZXS”. Partial box of 10 rounds of “WINCHESTER 32 AUTOMATIC (7.65 M/M)”. One box of “WINCHESTER 32 COLT NEW POLICE”. One box of “WINCHESTER 38 COLT NEW POLICE”. One box of “WINCHESTER 38 SPECIAL”. One box of “WINCHESTER 9MM LUGER (PARABELLUM)”. One partial box of “WINCHESTER 44 SMITH & WESSON SPECIAL”. One box of “WINCHESTER 45 AUTOMATIC”. One box of “WINCHESTER SILVERTIP SUPER SPEED 30-06 SPRINGFIELD”. One box of “WINCHESTER SILVERTIP SUPER SPEED 8 M/M Mauser”. One box of “WINCHESTER 33 WINCHESTER”. One box of “WINCHESTER SILVERTIP SUPER SPEED (358 8.8 M/M) WINCHESTER”. One box of “WINCHESTER SUPER SPEED 458 WINCHESTER MAGNUM”. CONDITION: Boxes show some edge wear and scuffing. One box is missing one end flap. 600 - 1,000

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1537 - LOT OF 2: BOXES OF AMMO FOR THE US MAGAZINE RIFLE. (A) Lot consists of: (1) Factory sealed tan two piece box with tan labels. 20 Caliber .30 BALL CARTRIDGES For US Magazine Rifle. MODEL 1898. Manufactured at the FRANKFORD ARSENAL. CONDITION: Box is mint with just a bit of staining. A good solid box. (2) Tan two piece box with tan labels. 20 BALL CARTRIDGES Caliber .30. Manufactured at the FRANKFORD ARSENAL. CONDITION: Box has been opened but has all the factory original ammunition. Top is missing one end flap. It has been taped. Box shows some edge wear and staining. (B) Lot consists of: (1) Ten Centre-primed Cartridges, for Remingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Army Pistol Calibre, .50 FRANKFORD ARSENAL,MAY, 1878. CONDITION: Box is factory sealed. One of the bottom seams has split and it has a stain on the bottom of the box. (2) 12 REVOLVER CARTRIDGES. These are reloadable cartridges and the box has orders and cautions on the front. MANUFACTURED AT THE FRANKFORD AESENAL (January 1884). CONDITION: Box has been opened and taped shut. It is full. (C) (1) TWENTY RIFLE CARTRIDGES, Model 1881. MANUFACTURED AT THE FRANKFORD ARSENEL. CONDITION: Factory sealed tan box with tan label. Arsenal ink stamp on top of box. Box is minty with just a bit of staining on one corner on the back. (2) 20 CENTER-PRIMED METALLIC CARTRIDGES, CALIBRE, .45. Charge, 70 Grains Powder. Weight of Bullet, 405 Grains. MANUFACTURED BY THE UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, LOWELL, MAS. Patented Dec. 17, 1872. CONDITION: Box has been opened and has lots of edge wear and staining. REW 800 - 1,200

1538 - LOT OF FIVE: AMMO CANS TOTALING 1470 ROUNDS OF .30-06 SPRINGFIELD AMMUNITION. Lot consist of: five cans of M2 Ball .30-06. Four cans contain belted armor piercing and tracer. Every 5th round is a tracer. Headstamps vary. One .50 caliber can contains approximately 470 rounds of French production M2 ball. CONDITION: Ammo looks to be in good firing condition. Primers are most likely corrosive. Cans are all in very good condition. JA 1,200 - 1,600

1539 - UNBELIEVEABLY RARE BOX OF UMC 58 ROBERTS AMMUNITION FOR THE MONT STORM CONVERSION AND REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Remington UMC box of 20 cartridges. Caliber .58 Roberts centerfire ammunition with 620 grain lead bullet. Full box with outstanding label. CONDITION: The russet colored box with red Remington logo in center is in exceptionally fine condition with full label and solid corners. One of the rarest of all commercial ammunition boxes and rarely encountered in any condition. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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1540 - LOT OF THREE: AMMO CANS OF 750 ROUNDS OF 9MM FMJ, 850 ROUNDS OF .45 ACP, 119 ROUNDS OF BLANK 5.56MM ROUNDS. Lot consists of (A) Ammo can filled with 16 50 round boxes of .45 ACP from Gordon Manufacturing, Middleport, NY. 230 grain round nose. Approximately 800 rounds. Ammo is remanufactured; observed headstamps include WCC and TZZ, but may include others. (B) M2 .30 caliber ammo can filled with 30 boxes of 25 rounds of Prvi Partizan 9mm surplus ammo. Approximately 750 rounds. Many of the boxes are still sealed, a few are open, a few others with “YUGO” written on the box in red sharpie. (C) Belted 5.56 NATO blanks in M27 links. Approximately 120 rounds. Lake City headstamps. Comes in a plastic feed box with “MADE IN VIET NAM” sticker. Feed box is for 200 cartridges for M249. CONDITION: Ammo appears fine and ready for use. Ammo cans are fine, serviceable, with notes on contents from previous owners. EW 1,000 - 1,500

1541 - CIVIL WAR CARTRIDGE DISPLAY. A wonderful collection consisting of 44 pieces of Civil War period ammunition inclusive of Burnside, Gallagher, Maynard, Smith, Spencer, Remington Navy, Henry Rifle, Evans Rifle, 41 RF pistol. Teat fire, Pond revolver, Lipfire as well as import PinFire .69 Buck & Ball paper cartridge, 54 Sharps paper cartridge, 58 Minnie paper, and believed 577 Enfield paper. Excavated .69, .59, .54, .577, .58 Williams Cleaner, .69 Round Ball and .44 & .36 conical pistol bullets as well as period .22 and .32 rimfire for pistols. These are centered around 2 Union Eagle coat buttons (Horstman & Illegible) houses in a locking glass front walnut display case. 800 - 1,200

1542 - LOT OF NINE: NINE SHOTGUN SHELL BOXES. Lot consists of (A) Winchester 12 gauge Staynless “Ranger Super Trap Load” one piece box. CONDITION: Opened with 10 original rounds. Sharp box label with frayed corners. (B) Remington-UMC “Arrow” brand 12 gauge two piece shotshell box. CONDITION: Opened box with 16 original rounds. Label is good with torn and frayed edges. (C) Winchester “New Rival” 16 gauge two piece shotshell box with blue border. CONDITION: Opened box with 25 original rounds. Good label with tape on two sides. (D) Remington-UMC “Shurshot” wetproof 12 gauge two piece shotshell box. CONDITION: Opened box with 25 “Shurshot” of wrong variety. Label is fading and stained with corners fraying. (E) Remington Kleanbore “Shurshot” 12 gauge two inch shotshell box with plain label and red and green lettering. CONDITION: Correct 25 rounds with frayed box and taped edges. (F) Winchester Ranger “Super Skeet Load” 12 gauge one piece box with super seal crimp shells. CONDITION: Full opened box with ripped inner label. Sharp graphics with fading colors. (G) Winchester “Ranger” 16 gauge 2 - 9/16” blue stainless two piece box. (H) Winchester two piece box with 20 gauge brass empty shotshells with dark green label. CONDITION: Full opened box with frayed corners and sharp graphics. (I) Winchester green label two piece box with empty 12 gauge brass shotgun shells. CONDITION: Unopened factory sealed box with good label and minor scuffs and abrasions. DLM 600 - 800

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1543 - LOT OF 15: BOXES OF LONG RANGE SHOTGUN SHELLS. Lot consists of: (A) Western “Super X” two piece 12 gauge shotshell box. (B) Peters one piece 410 caliber plastic shotshells in original box. (C) Two piece box of Winchester primed .257 Roberts “Super Speed’ empty brass cases. (D) Winchester .257 Roberts primed “Super Speed” empty cases in two piece box. (E) Peters “High Velocity” .410 caliber paper shotshells. (F) Peters “High Velocity” .410 caliber paper shotshells. (G) Peters “High Velocity” .410 caliber paper shotshells. (H) Winchester empty 410 (12m/m) manila two piece box. (I) Peters “High Velocity” one piece box of rifled slugs. (J) Western “Super X” 12 gauge two piece box. (K) Remington-UMC “Nitro Express” 12 gauge two piece box. (L) Peters “Victor” two piece 12 gauge shotshell box. (M) Peters “High Velocity” plastic 12 gauge shotshells in one piece box. (N) Remington “Nitro Club” Game load sealed factory box. (O) Peters “Referee” 12 gauge two piece box with Cincinnati, Ohio address. CONDITION: (A) Opened full factory box with frayed edges. (B) Full factory box with price label and scuffs. (C) Opened full box with scuffs. (D) Opened full box with scuffs. (E) Full box with torn top flap. (F) Full box with scuffs. (G) Full box with scuffs. (H) Empty with good label. (I) Full with price in marker on top. (J) Full with scuffs and opened. (K) Full opened with frayed edges. (L) Full with frayed edges and fading label. (M) Full with scuffs. (N) Sealed with scuffs. (O) Sealed with scuffs and fading label. DLM 500 - 700

1544 - (A) CONTINENTAL FLINTLOCK TINDER LIGHTER. Brass frame, turned candle holder, pedestal and boxlock action. Engraved with foliate motifs on both sides. Trigger guard bow is iron and has a star engraved on it. Walnut grip with beveled edges. In the early 19th century style. CONDITION: Brass retains a mellow mustard patina and action functions well. Grip excellent with a few light storage marks. DMG 500 - 1,000

1545 - TREASURE TROVE OF KYNOCH 450/400 BRASS AND LOADING COMPONENTS Approximately 800 factory unfired Kynoch virgin brass for the 450/400-3” Nitro Express (Berdan Primed) with 250 factory Kynoch 480 & 400 grain solid and soft point projectiles. The brass and bullets are in their original Kynoch shipping boxes. some are unopened and some have been opened at an earlier time. Boxes appear full but brass was not counted for accuracy. With this lot is approximately 15,000 Berdan primers and other miscellaneous loading components. a lifetime supply of 450/400 3” loading materials. CONDITION: Boxes are shop worn but appear to have been stored in a dry protective climate. TDW 500 - 1,000

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1546 - LOT OF SEVEN: SEVEN BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: A) Winchester “Wimbledon Cup” .30-06 picture box. CONDITION: Good label, factory full with frayed edges. (B) Orange label Winchester “30 W.C.F. For 1894” two piece box. CONDITION: Rough with corroded ammo. Box is frayed ammo is correct. (C) Sealed two piece Winchester primed empties in .257 Roberts. CONDITION: Good factory sealed. (D) Winchester .45-70 caliber two piece box. CONDITION: Rough with 4 incorrect rounds, torn flap and missing string. (E) Factory sealed purple two box of Winchester .30 W.C.F. for 1894, full patch shells. CONDITION: Good factory sealed nice box. (F) Winchester green label two piece box with twenty .40-50 Sharps Straight shells. CONDITION: Factory full with torn top and bottom. (G) Peters two piece box with Cincinnati, Ohio address in 32-40 Winchester. CONDITION: Rough with non-original rounds. DLM 400 - 800

1547 - LOT OF 11 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Lot consists of 11 boxes of collectible and vintage ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Most appear to be rimfire. Calibers include: .32 Short, .32 Long, .38 short, .38 long and .41 short rimfire. JA 300 - 500

1548 - LOT OF THIRTEEN: THIRTEEN BOXES OF PAPER 28 & 20 GAUGE SHOTGUN SHELLS. Lot consists of 12 Boxes of early 28 gauge shotshells from Peters, Winchester, Western and UMC. 4 are attractive gamescene picture boxes. 6 are early period paper label boxes and 2 are paper label boxes of primed cases. One box of peters Victor 20 Ga VICTOR shotshells, CONDITION: Overall good with some broken edges. Some boxes may be missing a cartridge or two. TDW 300 - 500

1549 - ATTRACTIVE LOT OF 6 EARLY SHOTSHELL BOXES Lot consists of: Four colorful 10, 12, and 16 gauge picture boxes with 3 being full with exception of POINTER box. One Winchester 25 round 12 gauge RANGER box with superior label and one Winchester 12 ga brass shotshells in sealed box. CONDITION: Superb. TDW 300 - 400

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1550 - LARGE LOT OF AMMUNITION IN WOODEN CRATE. Large lot of ammunition is a Remington UMC marked wooden crate. Most boxes are partial. Some calibers include .38 special, .32 Smith and Wesson, .38 Smith and Wesson, .32 Smith and Wesson long, 7.62 Nagant and more. JA 200 - 400

1551 - LOT OF TWO: TWO BOXES OF REMINGTON AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: (A) Remington-UMC red and plaid two piece box of .44 Colt shells. CONDITION: Factory sealed box with readable but fading label with handling scuffs and stains. (B) Remington-UMC red label box of 44 Marbles Game Getter shells with shot loading. CONDITION: Factory full box with seal broken. Readable label with fading graphics and handling marks. DLM 200 - 400

1552 - LOT OF 12: 12 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. Collectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lot of box ammo including Winchester Model 1873 marked 32-20 WCF shot cartridges box, Winchester Single Shot marked box of .22 Winchester Centerfire, 44 Webley Winchester box and .38 special Winchester sealed box. CONDITION: All are full with some having mismatched brands and headstamps. Four factory sealed boxes, balance opened with correct ammo and four full with mismatched ammo (Winchester 32 Auto, Remington 35 Auto, Winchester 32 S&W picture box and 44 Webley Winchester box). Boxes range from fair to poor condition. DLM 200 - 400

1553 - WONDERFUL 12 PIECE ASSORTMENT OF EARLY PICTURE SHOTSHELL BOXES. Lot consists of: 12 empty 10, 12, 16, and 32 gauge shotshell boxes with four game scene boxes and 6 color plate boxes and 2 early Winchester russet colored boxes. CONDITION: Varies from very fine to good with complete labels and lightly weathered corners. Very fine assortment. TDW 200 - 400

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1554 - LOT OF 12: TWO POST WAR WALTHER P.38 MAGAZINES AND TEN 1911 MAGAZINES. Lot consists of: two post war Walther P.38 magazines. One marked for 3/62 manufacture, other for 2/59; Ballester 1911 magazine with “F” in oval mark; three contract magazines, two from Risdon and one Scoville; other magazines are from Colt and are later commercial and wartime variations. CONDITION: Magazines all show signs of use and vary from poor to very good. Two of the 1911 magazines are essentially gun metal grey with old oxidation and pitting, others still retaining majority of their blue with indicators of use. Accompanying magazines is a double magazine pouch with ink stamped “US” and a second ink stamp on rear that has faded with time of a more modern manufacture. EW 200 - 400

1555 - LARGE LOT OF AMMUNITION IN CAN. Great starter collection or use as display. Coffee can full of rounds such as .43 Spanish, .38 Colt, .44 Web., 30-06 Military and 45-70. Probably close to 250 rounds. CONDITION: Some corrosion, but most will clean very easily. DLM 150 - 300

1556 - LOT OF SEVERAL SHOTGUN SHELLS IN WOODEN CRATE. Lot of several shotgun shells in a Winchester marked wooden crate. Calibers include 12 and 20 gauge. Approximately 25 brass 12 gauge shells are included. JA 100 - 200

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1557 - WINCHESTER MODEL 1898 10 GA. CANNON. Manufactured by Winchester for Yacht races and salute purposes. Cast-iron construction with WRA trade mark on sides of carriage. Japanned finish with assembly number 154 found on barrel bottom and carriage band. Made for 10 ga. black powder blanks. Traditional Winchester address on top of chamber. CONDITION: Good with nice shootable bore with a small amount of corrosion internally. Japanned finish has remained well with barrel being lightly pitted and staring to turn patina. Breech operates smoothly and firing mechanism operates properly. Attractive overall and it presents itself well. TDW 600 - 1,000

1558 - LOT OF 3 PISTOL POWDER FLASKS. Lot consists of three small flasks. (A) Smooth bodied copper flask with beveled sides 4 - 1/2â&#x20AC;? overall. Excellent patina to copper and brass, with deep blue in spring. (B) Abstract palmette. Copper and brass, 4 - 3/4â&#x20AC;? overall, dark spots to copper, one small dent, good seams, and spring. (C) Palmette. Copper and brass body, missing spout. Nice blue on spring. No dents to body. Mellow brass tone to body. CONDITION: Very good to excellent as described. The plain flask would go very well in a cased set. (SR) 150 - 300

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2001 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON 657 AND 29-3 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 657 (B) 29 - 3 Serial No. (A) ANE4854 (B) ALA9311 Caliber/Bore: (A) .41 Mag (B) .44 Mag Barrel Length: (BOTH 3” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 657 in .41 Magnum with original box. CONDITION: Excellent overall with very few handling marks. Cylinder has light dragline but indexes well with little side or endshake. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 29-3 in .44 Magnum with original box. CONDITION: Excellent overall with minimal handling marks. Cylinder has a slight dragline but indexes well and locks tightly with little side or endshake. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. Hammer and Trigger have beautiful case colors with very little wear. A great opportunity to own a couple of great, shootable, big bore revolvers that would please any revolver enthusiast! TN 1,500 - 2,250

2002 - (C) COLT BISLEY MODEL SNGLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH LEATHER BELT HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Bisley Serial No. 303278 Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Barrel Length: 5-1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Bisley Model Single Action Revolver with leather belt holster. Serial number dates this gun to 1907. Original finish and factory Colt grips. Serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard and grip bottom all match. Belt and holster are unmarked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with light handling marks and scratches present. Grips are good overall, but most of the checkering in areas is worn off. Bore with fair rifling left. Holster and belt show a fair amount of wear, but are solid overall. A nice old Colt for your collection. JA 1,500 - 2,000

2003 - (C) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. 12651 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Python .357 Magnum manufactured 1960. 4” full lugged barrel with oversized Colt checkered walnut grips. Single and double action operation with Williams trigger shoe installed. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished possibly at factory. Grips are very good as refinished. Action is smooth and lock-up is tight. Bore and mechanics are excellent. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

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2004 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT PYTHON AND COLT TROOPER DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (A) Python; (B) Trooper Serial No. (A) 78328; (B) 62931 Caliber/Bore: (Both) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (Both) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Lot consists of (A) Colt Python revolver with spare parts. Serial number dates this gun to 1968. Serial number on the frame and cylinder match. Rubber grip is aftermarket. Adjustable rear sight. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 95% of its original blued finish with light handling marks. Grip is very good with some signs of use. Bore is clean with generous rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Spare parts are in good condition. (B) Colt Trooper revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1967. Serial numbers on frame and cylinder match. Wood grip is Colt medallion marked. Handgun looks to have been refinished. Spurred hammer, with an adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal contains 85% of its finish with light handling marks and some small areas of wear. Grips is very good with small signs of use. Bore is clean with very good rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show minimal wobble. Overall a nice pair of vintage Colts for the range. JA 1,500 - 2,000

2005 - (M) LOT OF TWO SMITH AND WESSON PISTOLS: MODEL 14 .38 REVOLVER AND MODEL 39-2 9MM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) Smith & Wesson (B) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) Model 14 (B) 39-2 Serial No. (A) K339529 (B) A220968 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 8 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 14 double action revolver. Factory blued finish with the original wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. There are some scratches on the right side of the barrel. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. (B) Smith and Wesson 39-2 semi-automatic handgun with box and four total magazines. Original blue finish and factory grips. Box is numbered to the gun, and includes the original cleaning kit. Two magazines are Smith and Wesson marked, two are aftermarket. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95+% of its original finish. Wood grips are near excellent with scattered handling marks. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazines are excellent. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. JA 800 - 1,200

2006 - (C) HIGH CONDITION SMITH & WESSON 38/44 OUTDOORSMAN REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 38/44 Outdoorsman Serial No. S97112 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Heavy duty model of 1950 with scarce 6 - 1/2” barrel, serial number S 97112. Five-screw N-frame. Blue with checkered walnut grips. Includes original gold two-piece box marked “38/44, Outdoorsman Revolver, Blue Finish, 6-1/2 Inch Barrel”. CONDITION: Nearly mint with a small area of corrosion on cylinder. Most all original blue in cylinder chambers, appears unfired. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

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2007 - (M) COLT 3RD GENERATION BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1982). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. SA58788 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Modern Standard 3rd Generation with blue and case colored finish, six shot, fluted cylinder, and Colt eagle black plastic grips. CONDITION: Revolver has ghost drag line, otherwise in near new condition inside and out. 1,500 - 2,000 2008 - (C) COLT PYTHON REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. 20737 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Python revolver with box. Manufactured in 1962. Factory blued finish and wood grips. Grips are un-finished. Adjustable rear sight. Box is original, but not serialized to the gun. Box contains the original paperwork and cleaning brush. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Mechanically excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is fair with minor rips and tears on the edges. JA 1,800 - 2,200 2009 - (M) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. V40605 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Python Revolver with original box and manual. Classic nickel finish. Serial number dates it to 1979. Cylinder and frame match. Spurred hammer. Original Colt grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish, with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. A clean Colt for any collection. JA 2,000 - 3,000 2010 - (M) FREEDOM ARMS MODEL 555 PREMIER GRADE SINGLE ACTION .50AE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Freedom Arms Model: 555 Serial No. 124 Caliber/Bore: .50AE Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern All stainless steel construction single action chambered for the big .50 AE cartridge, five shot, non-fluted cylinder, rosewood grips, and adjustable sights. CONDITION: Unfired and remains in near new condition inside and out. It comes in its original box with paperwork, original factory test target, and eight assorted boxes hunting ammo. 2,000 - 3,000

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2011 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S02353A Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1984, this Colt Single Action Revolver commemorates the 35th anniversary of Arvo Ojala as the “Gun Coach For Hollywood”. Revolver has full coverage hand engraving in a floral scroll and punch dot background by Master Engraver Robert Valade. Plated in 24-carat gold. One piece ivory grips. Fitted in a factory walnut French fitted case. CONDITION: Like new overall, appears unfired. No dragline or evidence the gun has ever been cocked. -MKS- 3,000 - 4,000

2012 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER 1873 PEACEMAKER CENTENNIAL Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. PC1900 Caliber/Bore: .45LC Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in 1973 to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Colt Single Action Army. The “Peacemaker Centennial” closely replicates a U.S Cavalry issued revolver. Blackpowder frame with case hardened frame and hammer. One-piece walnut grips with “cartouches” on both sides. Left side of frame marked “U.S.” 7 - 1/2” barrel with correct high blade front sight and “donut” ejector rod head. Correct military sub-inspector stamps in appropriate places. Housed in a chest style case with inner glass lid. Burgundy “french fitted” interior. Case and revolver are in excellent, nearly new condition overall. Revolver appears unfired, with very sight wear to muzzle. Overall a desirable 2nd generation revolver and case. -MKS- 1,750 - 2,250

2013 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. D82201 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern High condition 2-1/2” Colt Diamondback chambered in .38 Special. Blue with checkered two piece walnut grips. Complete with correct Colt red box labeled and numbered to revolver with paperwork. CONDITION: Like new in original box. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun retains 99.9% of the original Colt deep blue finish. No turn line on cylinder. Gun looks to be factory test fired only. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500

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2014 - (C) SMITH & WESSON 1926 MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 1926 Target Serial No. S79255 Caliber/Bore: .44 S&W Special Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 6 - 1/2” pinned barrel with target sights. Chambered in .44 Smith & Wesson special. 5-screw frame. Blue with two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Compete with two-piece gold box correctly labeled to revolver. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 95+% original blue. Areas of oxidation with light pitting on two sides of cylinder due to poor storage. A few areas of scattered oxidation on frame and trigger. Hammer and trigger show bright case color. Grips are excellent showing light wear. Bore is perfect, bright and clean. Appears unfired. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500 2015 - (M) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. E44766 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Python Revolver with original box. Serial number dates it to 1972. Cylinder and frame match. Original Colt grip. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Metal is excellent, containing 99% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. Cylinder and hammer show little wobble. Box is fair, missing the tabs on the ends. Overall, a very nice addition to any “Snake Gun” collection. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2016 - (M) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. 95361E Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Modern Colt Python with original box and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1978. Classic blued finish with original Colt wood grips. The Colt Pony and lettering have been dusted, in order for them to be more visible. Spurred hammer. Cylinder and frame match. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. A clean Colt for your “Snake Gun” collection. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2017 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 ACP REVOLVER WITH CASE Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA66147 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Single Action Army with presentation case extra cylinder and collector book. Nickel plated with imitation ivory grips. Grips are Colt marked. Serial number dates it to 2006. Extra cylinder is marked “45”. Book is titled “The Colt Armory”. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish, with light handling marks. Grips are very good with scattered handling marks. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Case is very good with light handling marks and scratches. Cylinder and book are excellent. A nice Colt Single Action Army for your collection. JA 1,500 - 2,000

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2018 - (C+A) LOT OF THREE: SMITH AND WESSON REVOLVER, WALTHER FLARE PISTOL, AND GAUBERT RIMFIRE PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) Smith and Wesson (B) Walther (C) Gaubert Model: (A) Victory (B) Flare Gun (C) Percussion Serial No. (A) V482880 (B) 994 (C) 2426 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) 26.6mm (C) 9mm RF Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 6” (C) 9” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson Victory revolver with holster rig. Factory letter indicates this gun was shipped to the Navy in December of 1943. Gun is German proofed, meaning it most likely found its way to German for police use post war. No import marks. Serial numbers under the barrel and on the butt of the frame match. Holster rig is British. Accompanied by a Smith and Wesson letter which indicates the gun was shipped December 30th, 1943, and delivered to the U.S. Navy at Rosslyn, Virginia, with 4” barrel, military black finish, and smooth walnut grips.CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 95% of its original parkerized finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with light scratches. Bore with good rifling. Mechanically fine. Holster and belt are good overall. (B) Walther “Leuchtpistole 34” flare gun with holster. Matching numbers on the barrel and frame. Retains its waffenamt markings. Holster is nylon and not correct to the gun. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains little of its original finish with light wear and handling marks on most of the surfaces. Grips are very good with light wear. Mechanically fine. (C) Gaubert Brevette rimfire pistol. Sliding breech design. Smoothbore. Includes a partial box of 9mm Flobert ammunition. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grip is fair with numerous cracks and gouges. Mechanically fine. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2019 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44 SPECIAL REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 23138SA Caliber/Bore: .44 Special Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in 1958. Factory case hardened/blued finish with the hard plastic Colt grips. Cylinder looks to have been refinished at some point. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Back strap has noticeably more wear then the rest of the gun. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is clean with a fair amount of rifling left. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2020 - (C) RARE 1961 PRODUCTION COLT SHERIFF’S MODEL (1 OF 503). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Sheriffs Model Serial No. 0359SM Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in 1961 with a very limited production of 503 total guns with 25 being nickel and balance blue and case color finishes. 3” barrel with two line barrel address and marked “COLT SHERIFFS MODEL” on left side of barrel. Serial number 0359SM found on frame and internally on grips as well as backstrap and trigger guard. Blue finish with vivid case color frame with two piece walnut grips that are factory numbered to gun internally. CONDITION. Good with 70% blue finish remaining on barrel from holster use. Cylinder retains 80% blue finish. Bore is excellent as are chambers. Backstrap and trigger guard retain over 90% finish with slight thinning from use. Grips are good with some minor impressions and scratches at base. Comes in numbers matching factory original ox with excellent label and strong corners. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

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2021 - (M) COLT 1987 SHERIFF’S EDITION .45 COLT COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Sheriffs Edition Serial No. 155SE25 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Originally offered as a 5 gun set, the limited production Colt Sheriff’s edition single action with full blue finish, chambered for .45 Colt and mounted with a 2 - 1/2” barrel with SAA 45 LC on left side and two line barrel address on right side. This example is fitted with a pair of 1 - 1/2 piece ivory grips with Colt medallions. Housed in the original numbers matching box designating Royal Blue finish and 2-1/2 inch barrel. CONDITION: Unfired and as new. Ivory grips have been artificially aged to appear older than they are. This gun was originally shipped with Walnut grips. Box is good condition with excellent label. TDW 1,500 - 2,500 2022 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 50 (B) 34 Serial No. (A) 935J41 (B) 65585 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 S&W Special (B) .38 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 2” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern A) Scarce Model 50, .38 Chiefs Special Target. Approximately 1,100 manufactured. 2” barrel chambered in .38 S&W special. J-frame. Microadjustable rear target sight. Blue with two-piece checkered walnut grips. Complete with two-piece blue box correctly labeled to the gun. CONDITION: Nearly new with most all original blue. No drag line on cylinder, appears unfired. Grips are near mint showing little to no wear. Bore is bright and clean. B) Model 38 Terrier. Blue with 2” barrel. Five-screw I-frame. Chambered in .38 S&W. Two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Complete with two-piece red box correctly labeled to the revolver. CONDITION: Nearly new with most all original blue finish remaining. Grips are near mint showing little to no wear. Bore is bright and clean. Great pair of scarce model Smith & Wessons. -MKS1,400 - 2,200

2023 - (M) LOT OF THREE: COLT REVOLVER, RUGER PISTOL, AND HIGH STANDARD PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Ruger (C) High Standard Model: (A) Single Action Army (B) MK I (C) HD Serial No. (A) 297254 (B) 1285061 (C) 134543 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 Colt (B&C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 3/4” (C) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Colt Single Action Army revolver with display case. Manufactured in 1907. Original finish and grips. Serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard and butt all match. Display case is marked “Colt” but looks to be aftermarket. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains some of its original finish with light wear and patina. Grips have a fair amount of wear and the left side is missing a chunk out of the bottom corner. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. Case is good with light wear. (B) Ruger Mark I semi-automatic pistol. Manufactured in 1975. Magazine is original. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine is excellent. (C) Hi-Standard Model H-D military semi-automatic pistol. Parkerized finish. Marked “Property of U.S.” on the side of the frame, with an ordnance mark under it. Magazine is original. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with some more wear near the barrel. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine is good with light wear. JA 1,400 - 2,300 198

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2024 - (C) COLT OFFICERS MODEL TARGET .38 SPECIAL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Officers Model Target Serial No. 920065 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic High condition full blue Colt Officers Model revolver with flat-top frame. Adjustable rear and pinned high ramp blade front sights. Replacement black rubber Hogue grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original blue finish remaining. Bore is bright and clean. Action locks up tight and is smooth as butter. Appears to have been fired very little. -MKS- 1,250 - 1,750 2025 - (C) SECOND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY (1956). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 8197SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1956. Colt Single Action Army with blue and case color finishes and well fitting aftermarket ivory grips. Matching numbers found on frame and back strap and trigger guard. Grips are not numbered but well fit. CONDITION: Very good with slight thinning of finish on exterior of barrel at left side and finish loss at muzzle and leading edge of ejector rod housing. Bore and chambers are excellent. Action is smooth and operates properly in time. Case colors remain vivid. A very fine 2nd Generation that would be a great gun to shoot. TDW 1,250 - 1,750 2026 - (M) SCARCE SMITH & WESSON 45-2 M&P REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 45-2 Serial No. C622706 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern A scarce un-cataloged Smith & Wesson, with 4” barrel chambered in .22LR blue with two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Complete with two-piece blue box with correct label to revolver marked: “Special Features M&P .22-Cal”. CONDITION: Overall this very fine revolver is in like-new condition with the exception of the cylinder. Due to unfortunate storage conditions, fairly heavy oxidation and pitting exists on both sides of the cylinder where it rest against the top and bottom of the original box. Light oxidation on trigger. Face of cylinder looks unfired. Balance of revolver retains 98+% heavy original blue Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Overall a very desirable scarce model. -MKS- 1,200 - 1,800 2027 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Diamondback Serial No. (A) N04159 (B) S61537 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Colt Diamondback double action revolver. Manufactured in 1977. Factory blue finish with the original Colt wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. A previous owner has painted the front sight white. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grip is excellent. Bore has good rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. (B) Colt Diamondback double action revolver. Manufactured in 1980. Factory blue finish. Grips are Colt marked, but are not original to the gun. Adjustable rear sight. A previous owner has painted the front sight white. Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grip is excellent. Bore has good rifling. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,200 - 1,600

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2028 - (M) LOT OF 2 RUGER REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (A) Super Red Hawk (B) Security Six Serial No. (A) 55027216 (B) 15756248 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Mag (B) .357 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 9 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern A) Ruger Super Blackhawk. Double action. Stainless steel, flat-top frame milled for scope rings. 9 - 1/2” barrel with red ramp front and adjustable rear sights. Rubber two-piece grips with wood inserts. CONDITION: Like new overall, in original correct box. includes an unopened package of stainless steel Ruger scope rings. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. Fired very little. B) Ruger Security Six. Double action, Stainless steel. 4” barrel. Chambered in .357 magnum. two-piece checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Like new overall in correct box and shipping sleeve. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Action is tight is tight and crisp. -MKS1,200 - 1,500

2029 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER 1908 POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marble Model: Game Getter 1908 Serial No. 3264 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 RF (U) .25 WCF Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Webster Marble’s masterpiece “minimalist” combination gun. 1908 Model, serial number 3264. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 rimfire and bottom barrel chambered in .25 WCF “Flexible” tang mounted rear sight. No rear barrel sight, replaced large blade front sight. Right side of frame marked “PATENT ALLOWED”. Blue with case hardened hammer. Hard rubber checkered grips marked “MARBLE TRADE MARK”. Left side of frame marked “GAME GETTER” and three line “-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/MARBLE SAFETY AXE CO./ GLADSTONE,MICH.U.S.A-”. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% original blue. Folding stock locks up well. Excellent clean and bright bores. Action is crisp and tight. Overall an very nice example. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,250 - 3,000

2030 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER 1908 POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: MARBLE Model: GAME GETTER 1908 Serial No. 7669 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 RF (U) .32 WCF Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Webster Marble’s masterpiece “minimalist” combination gun. 1908 model, serial number 7669. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 rimfire and bottom barrel chambered in .32 WCF “Flexible” tang mounted rear sight. Flip-up rear barrel sight, small bead front sight. Right side of frame marked “PATENT ALLOWED”. Blue with case hardened hammer. Hard rubber checkered grips marked “MARBLE TRADE MARK”. Left side of frame marked “GAME GETTER” and five line “-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/MARBLE SAFETY AXE CO./GLADSTONE, MICH.U.S.A-MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO/SUCCESSOR” CONDITION: Excellent overall with 94% original blue turning thin on barrels and moderate pitting with oxidation at the muzzle. Areas of moderate oxidation and pitting on right side of receiver. Folding stock locks up well. Excellent clean and bright bores. Action is crisp and tight. Overall an very nice example. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,250 - 3,000

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2031 - (M) LOT OF THREE: TWO COLT PEACEMAKERS AND A FRONTIER SCOUT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (All) Colt Model: (A&B) Peacemaker (C) New Frontier Scout Serial No. (A) G115147 (B) G172614 (C) N3465K Caliber/Bore: (All) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 6” (C) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern

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Lot consists of (A) Colt Peacemaker single action revolver with original box. Serial number dates this gun to 1974. Blued finish with a case hardened frame. Both .22 Magnum and .22 LR cylinders are included, in addition to the manual and paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. (B) Colt Peacemaker single action revolver with original box. Serial number dates this gun to 1976. Blued finish with a case hardened frame. Both .22 Magnum and .22 LR cylinders are included, in addition to the manual and paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. (C) Colt Frontier Scout Single Action revolver with non matching box and extra cylinder. Factory nickel finish with aftermarket wood grips. Both .22 Magnum and .22 LR cylinders are included. Box is for a Colt Trooper. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent with light wear. Bore is clean with good rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is near excellent. A nice group of Colts for your collection. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2032 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE PRE-WAR COLT CLASSIC FIREARMS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Police Positive (B) 1903 Serial No. (A) 313653 (B) 81781 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Police Positive .38 special double action, blue finish, silver medallion walnut stocks. Made in 1930. CONDITION: There is some high edge muzzle and cylinder wear but would have to rate this gun a solid 95%. Mirror bore and fine action. Collector quality. (B) Model 1903 in .32 caliber. This gun was made in 1909. This early gun has the flat barrel bushing and the old Browning patent dates. It is a so called “high polish” with fire blue small parts and royal blue finish with latter style checkered silver medallion walnut grips. CONDITION: This gun appears to almost brand new with all the fire high polish finish and blue as redone by a true master. All edges and legends are crisp. Sharp rifling with some frosting in grooves. 1,000 - 1,500 2033 - (C) SMITH & WESSON .38 M&P REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: .38 M & P Serial No. 648265 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Nickel plated 5” barrel. Five-screw Square butt with two-piece diamond checkered walnut grips. Complete with correct maroon hinged box marked “Smith & Wesson Military -38- Police Nickel 5-inch SQUARE BUTT”. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Appears to have been fired very little. Most all original bright nickel remaining with small areas of corrosion from improper storage. Grips are excellent showing minimum wear. Bright case color on hammer and trigger. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

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2034 - (C) SMITH & WESSON .455 MARK II HAND EJECTOR. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: Mark II Hand Ejector Serial No. 34014 Caliber/Bore: .455 Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Second model .455 hand ejector with 6 - 1/2” pinned barrel. Five-screw N-frame. British proof marked for Canadian service. Square butt with two-piece checkered walnut grips with diamond and S&W monogrammed medallions. Lanyard in butt. Blue with case hardened hammer and trigger. Pinned full radius front with pinched frame rear sights. CONDITION: Excellent with 95% original blue. Bore is excellent and bright with some light pitting. Grips are excellent showing light wear. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

2035 - (M) LOT OF TWO SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS: MODEL 66 STAINLESS .357 MAGNUM & MODEL 25-9 BLUED .45 LONG COLT REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 66; (B) 25-9 Serial No. (A) 2K74011; (B) BET5522 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Magnum; (B) .45 Long Colt Barrel Length: (A) 4”; (B) 5 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Model 66. No dash. 4” pinned barrel. Crimson Trace laser grips. Stainless steel. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Fine with light handling marks. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. (B) Model 25-9. 5 -3/4 inch barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Crimson Trace laser grips. CONDITION: Fine with 95% blued finish. Drag line around cylinder and some slight muzzle wear. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

2036 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LONG COLT REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S57326A Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Colt Single Action Army with original box and accessories. 2008 production. Case hardened frame with blued barrel and trigger guard. Grips are original Colt. Box includes lock, manual and original hangtag. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Bore is clean. Box is excellent. A great example of a Colt Single Action Army for your collection. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2037 - (C) RUGER BLACKHAWK .44 MAGNUM REVOLVER Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Blackhawk Serial No. 6820 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

The Ruger Blackhawk has some pretty interesting history behind it. It was said that a Ruger employee found odd fired cartridge cases at a local scrapyard and brought them back to Bill Ruger. Research led them to an R&D department of Remington Arms Company. Here they learned that Smith & Wesson was developing a brand new cartridge, the .44 Magnum. With Ruger’s new found knowledge they began to crank out prototypes and by November 1956 Blackhawks in .44 Magnum began to ship. This six shot, single action Ruger Blackhawk maintains the same “flat top” design as the .357 Magnum model. The flat top has an integral adjustable steel “micro” marked rear sight. This model is also popular due to the “three screw” design. The three screws were implemented to maintain a strong platform for the powerful new .44 Magnum round. This earlier model separates the same way a Colt would, in that the hammer would need to be in the half cocked position to load and unload the firearm safely. The pistol grips are genuine walnut with the Ruger insignia inserts on both sides. On the left side of the firearm the frame reads, “RUGER BLACKHAWK .44 MAGNUM CAL.” with Ruger logo. The barrel reads, “STRUM, RUGER & CO. SOUTHPORT, CONN. U.S.A.”. CONDITION: Revolver is in excellent condition with approximately 90%-95% original blue finish. Very minimal wear on walnut grips with light wear towards front of muzzle. Rifling for barrel is still in great condition. The Blackhawk maintains tight tolerances and positive lock up on cylinder and ejection rod. No scratches or pitting except for one small blemish on back portion of grip between the two grip panels. SS 1,000 - 1,500

2038 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Colt Model: (A) Officer (B&C) Police Positive Serial No. (A) 609764 (B) 8259 (C) 159280 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) .22 LR (C) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A&B) 6” (C) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt Officers Model 38 Heavy Barrel revolver. Manufactured in 1937, factory blue finish and wood grip. Adjustable sights. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% or more of its original finish with light wear and freckling marks. Grips are very good with minor chips and gouges. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Police Positive Target. Manufactured in 1912. Factory blue finish and hard plastic grip. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with areas of wear and freckling. Grips are excellent. Bore retains good rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. (C) Colt Police Positive revolver. Manufactured in 1918. Factory blue finish and hard plastic grip. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks and scratches. Grips are near excellent. Bore is dirty from use, but retains sharp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2039 - (M) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF COLT COBRA .38 SPECIAL REVOLVERS WITH BOXES Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Cobra Serial No. (A) B68893 (B) 256596LW Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt Cobra manufactured 1971. Airweight with alloy frame, 6 shot, 2” barrel, checkered walnut Colt grips. Comes in original cardboard Colt box with full label. CONDITION: Essentially new with no indication of use. (B) Colt Cobra manufactured 1968. Airweight with alloy frame, 6 shot, walnut checkered Colt grips and comes in contemporary aftermarket Colt marked paper box. CONDITION. Very good with over 95% factory blue finish on barrel and cylinder. Very slight finish loss on ally frame from carry use. Bore and action are very fine. Box is as new. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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2040 - (A+C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON 1950 HAND EJECTOR SMITH AND .38 HAMMERLESS “LEMONSQUEEZER”. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 1950 HE (B) 38 Safety Hammerless Serial No. (A) S86478 (B) 7029 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) .38 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) S&W Model 1950 .45 ACP Hand Ejector. Five screw N-Frame. Pinned 5 - 1/2” barrel. Full blue with diamond checkered two piece walnut grips with medallions. Includes a Bianchi fitted black leather holster. CONDITION: Excellent with 95%+ original blue remaining. Nice case color on hammer and trigger. #5 frame screw missing. Grips are excellent showing moderate wear. Bore is bright. Action is tight and crisp. (B) .32 Safety Hammerless “lemon squeezer”. Full radius pinned front sight. Fluted rib 3 - 1/4” barrel. Full blue finish. Two piece hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Completely refinished with approximately 97% reapplied blue remaining. Bright bore. Tight crisp action. -MKS1,000 - 1,500

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2041 - (C) LOT OF FOUR: FOUR COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS, TWO NEW ARMIES AND TWO POLICE POSITIVES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Colt Model: (A&B) New Army (C&D) Police Positive Serial No. (A) 222939 (B) 159935 (C) 16703 (D) 139287 Caliber/Bore: (A&B) .38 Long Colt (C&D) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A&B) 4 - 1/2” (C&D) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt New Army revolver with holster. Manufactured in 1903. Serials on the frame, cylinder and cylinder latch all match. They do not match the serial on the butt. Factory blue finish with hard plastic grips. Holster is modern, and marked “Galco” on the back. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder do show some wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt New Army revolver. Manufactured in 1901. Serials on the frame, cylinder and cylinder latch all match. They do not match the serial on the butt. Factory blue finish with hard plastic grips. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Left grip is missing a large chunk out of the left bottom corner. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder do show some wobble. Mechanically fine. (C) Colt Police Positive revolver. Manufactured in 1909. Serials on the frame and cylinder match. Aftermarket pearl grips. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are good with minor chips and scratches. Bore retains crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a fair amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. (D) Colt Police Positive revolver with holster. Manufactured in 1916. Serials on the frame and cylinder match. Unique rack number of “246” on the butt. Leather holster is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with light wear and patina. Grips are good with minor dings and scratches. Bore is clean with good rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a slight amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. Holster is good with light wear. JA 1,000 - 1,500

2042 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT TROOPER MKIII AND COLT ARMY SPECIAL 38 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Trooper MK III (B) Army Serial No. (A) J6623 (B) 453751 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Colt Trooper MKIII 6” blue 357 Magnum with adjustable sights target hammer, factory box, and factory test target dated 1969. CONDITION: Very fine with very slight finish wear from Tex Shoemaker holster that gun is stored in. Bore and action are excellent. Box is very good with fine label and loose corners. (B) Colt Army Special with 6” barrel, manufactured 1920. Colt checkered hard rubber grips, blue finish. CONDITION: Fair with most blue finish turning plum with areas of light pitting. Bore is very good as are chambers. Action is sluggish with dried grease. Grips are lightly worn with small abrasions and chips. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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2043 - (C) LOT OF 2:MODEL 35-1 AND 32 HE THIRD ISSUE SMITH & WESSONS. Manufacturer: (A) Smith and Wesson (B) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 35-1 (B) 32 HE Serial No. (A) M58410 (B) 432268 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .32 Long Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Modern

Lot consists of (A) Model 35-1. Square butt J-Frame and pinned barrel. Adjustable sights, blue finish. Numbers matching grips. Produced between 1971 and 1973. CONDITION: Very fine with over 97% blue remaining, excellent bore, and mechanics. (B) Smith & Wesson 32 Hand Ejector Third Model with 6 inch barrel. Diamond checkered walnut grips. Built on I-Frame with 5 screws. Grips have no visible numbers internally. CONDITION: Very good with most all finish remaining with slight losses at ejector rod and leading edges of muzzle and thinning on trigger guard and back strap. Slight cleanable corrosion under grips. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 2044 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 307909 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Single Action Army revolver. Manufactured in 1908. Factory blued finish. Late first generation hard plastic grips. Serial numbers on the butt, trigger guard, and frame all match. The initials “R.W.” are engraved into the left side of the frame. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with generous wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore is clean with good rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2045 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 237159 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in 1902. Serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard, and butt all match. Colt hard plastic grips. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina in areas. Grips are good with wear and minor handling marks. Bore is dark with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically fine. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2046 - (C) COLT .45 COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1905). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 261374 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1905. .45 Colt with 4 - 3/4” barrel with originally blue and case color finished. Mounted with contemporary two piece ivory grips. Classic Cowboy configuration. CONDITION: Gun has been carried and used and now is void of virtually all finish and remains a grey overall. Bore and chambers are good with slight frosting in bore. Action is good with solid lock-up. Grips fit well. A great looking gun that is quite usable. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 206

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2047 - (M) COLT 2ND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION IN STAGECOACH BOX (1970). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 57142SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Produced in 1970 with 7 - 1/2” barrel and chambered for .45 Colt. Late 2nd generation configuration with blue and case color finishes. Factory fitted with Colt plastic eagle grips and housed in its non-numbered stagecoach box. CONDITION: Very fine with slight use being evident. Traces of finish loss at muzzle and on cylinder appear to have come from rubbing in the factory box. Case colors are pristine and vivid. Ejector rod has box wear and a small scratch is evident on backstrap. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Box has one loose corner that has been repaired by masking tape, edges are slightly shop worn. TDW 1,000 - 2,000

2048 - (M) COLT SECOND GENERATION .45 COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY (1957). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 10603SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in 1957 with 5 - 1/2” barrel and with blue and case color finishes. This Second Generation Colt Single Action is fitted with proper numbers matching checkered black plastic Colt grips. Housed in a late production Colt Stagecoach box for the 7 - 1/2” pattern. CONDITION: Very good with finish loss at muzzle from carry and use. The cylinder retains 95% finish with exterior finish loss from carry and use. The bore and mechanics are excellent. The grips are as new and without distress, The case colors are vivid and remain excellent. The butt and backstrap have slight wear from carry. The box is edge worn and slightly soiled on bottom from ill storage. but very serviceable. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

2049 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) .32 DA (B) .32 DA Serial No. (A) 130992 (B) 1013 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A) .32 Double Action 4th model. 3 - 1/2” barrel. Pinned full radius front, “V” notch rear sights. Five-shot cylinder. Nickel with rounded butt. Two-piece mother of pearl grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most original nickel plating remaining. Just a few small areas of corrosion. Bore is excellent and bright. Action is tight and crisp. B) .32 Double Action 2nd model. 3” barrel. Five-shot cylinder. Pinned full radius front and “V” notch rear sights. Barrel inscribed on left side in script “MOTHER TO GEORGE DEC. 25/80”. Nickel with two-piece ornate gutta percha grips. CONDITION: Excellent with most original nickel remaining. An area of corrosion and light pitting on cylinder. Bore is fine with some moderate pitting. Action is tight and crisp. Grips show modest wear. -MKS- 900 - 1,400

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2050 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) K22 (B) 63 Serial No. (A) K47060 (B) M162732 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Post-war K-22 Masterpiece. Pinned barrel, five-screw .22LR, 6” barrel, Blue with two-piece checkered with diamond walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent with 98% heavy blue. Bore is excellent clean and bright. Grips are excellent showing modest wear. Model-63, stainless steel. 4” barrel two-piece checkered walnut grips. Pinned barrel. Adjustable rear, red ramp front sight. CONDITION: Nearly new in box with tools and paperwork.-MKS- 900 - 1,300

2051 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) K38 (B) 19 Serial No. (A) 76528 (B) K411786 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 S&W Special (B) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Smith & Wesson K-38 Masterpiece with box. Manufactured in 1949. Factory blue finish and wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. Box is not numbered to the gun, but is correct. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with excellent rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Box is very good with light handling marks. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 19. Manufactured in 1960. Factory blue finish and wood grips. adjustable rear sight. Box is not serial numbered to the gun, but is original, and contains the original paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with excellent rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. JA 900 - 1,200

2052 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LONG COLT REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA10795 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Colt Single Action Army Revolver with original box. Case hardened frame with a blued barrel and trigger guard. Imitation Ivory grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. A nice Colt for your collection. JA 900 - 1,300

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2053 - (M) COLT TROOPER .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Trooper Serial No. 914642 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern 1960s vintage Colt Trooper with original box. Four inch model with wide spur hammer and target grips. Frame and cylinder match. Original grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with a few scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Cylinder and hammer are very tight. Box is good with wear on the edges. A very clean example of a Colt Trooper for your collection. JA 900 - 1,400

2054 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LONG COLT REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA44989 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Colt Single Action Army Revolver with original box. Case hardened frame with a blued barrel and trigger guard. Imitation ivory grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Box is very good with wear on the edges. A nice Colt Single Action Army for your collection. JA 900 - 1,300

2055 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 .44 MAGNUM DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 57 Serial No. N690157 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern With box. Factory nickel finish with the original Smith and Wesson wood grips. Box is hand numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light scratches and handling marks. Grips are excellent with light handling marks. Bore is clean with generous rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show little wobble. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. JA 900 - 1,300

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2056 - (C) LOT OF THREE REVOLVERS: COLT 1917 .45 ACP, COLT NEW SERVICE .45 COLT, AND SMITH & WESSON VICTORY .38 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A&B) Colt (C) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 1917 (B) New Service (C) Victory Serial No. (A) 42795 (B) 308895 (C) V236249 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) .45 Long Colt (C) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 1/2” (C) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Colt 1917 manufactured in 1911. Gun is U.S. property marked under the barrel. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match, as well as the serial on the butt. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are good, but are missing a chunk out of the corner on the right side. Bore is excellent. Mechanically excellent, with a small amount of wobble in the hammer and cylinder. (B) Colt New Service double action revolver. Manufactured in 1920. Frame and cylinder serial numbers match. Gun has been refinished at some point. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its finish. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore is frosted with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent, with a small amount of play in the hammer and cylinder. (C) Smith and Wesson Victory double action revolver. Gun is British proofed on the cylinder. Barrel has been cut down, the gun has been refinished, and the grip is aftermarket faux antler. Cylinder was .38/200 and crudely bored out for .38 Special. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 85% of its finish with minor wear and handling marks. Grips are very good. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 800 - 1,200

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 2057 - (M) LOT OF TWO SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS: MODEL 28 HIGHWAY PATROLMAN .357 MAGNUM WITH BOX AND MODEL 19-4 .357 MAGNUM SPECIALLY MADE FOR US CUSTOMS WITH PRESENTATION CASE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) Model 28 Highway Patrolman (B) Model 19-4 Serial No. (A) S242305 (B) 56K5669 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 28-2 with matching box and spare grip. Gun is marked “Highway Patrol” on the barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Extra wood grip is Smith and Wesson made. Box is serial numbered to the gun, and contains the original manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original blue finish with light wear and handling marks. Both sets of grips are excellent. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent. Hammer and cylinder show a slight amount of wobble. Box is excellent. (B) Smith and Wesson 19-4 U.S. Customs Department commemorative revolver with display case. Adjustable rear sight. Engraved with the U.S. customs patrol logo on the frame. Case is not numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good to excellent. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks and scratches. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. mechanically excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Case is very good with light handling marks. JA 900 - 1,200

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2058 - (C) LOT OF 3 COLT REVOLVERS AND PISTOL. Manufacturer: (ALL) Colt Model: (A&B) Police Positive (C) 1903 Serial No. (A) 143496 (B) 81013 (C) 106887 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .38 S&W (C) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” (C) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt Police Positive revolver. Manufactured in 1919. Factory blued finish and Colt grips. Serial numbers on frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall very good to excellent. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks and some freckling on the back strap. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with good rifling. Hammer and cylinder show minimal wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Police Positive. Manufactured in 1915. Factory blued finish and grips. Serial numbers on frame and cylinder match. Gun is currently not in firing condition, possibly missing parts. CONDITION: Overall poor. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and surface rust present. Grip is missing a chip out of the bottom corner and has numerous cracks and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Cylinder is not indexing properly. Mechanically in-operable. (C) Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless semi-automatic pistol. Manufactured in 1911. Gun has been refinished at some point. Grips are original Colt. Magazine is not marked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its finish with multiple handling marks and scratches. Grips are very good with minor dings scratches and gouges. Bore is dirty with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is very good. JA 900 - 1,300 2059 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON MODELS 10-7 AND 30 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 10-7 (B) 30 Serial No. (A) 5D98104 (B) 615764 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) .32 Long Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 10-7 revolver with original box. Factory nickel finish with the original Smith and Wesson wood grips. Box is numbered to the gun. Cleaning spoon and brush are included in the box. CONDITION: Overall very good-excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with minor handling marks. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Tight hammer and cylinder. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good overall with light handling marks on the edges. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 30 double action revolver. Factory finish and grips. Cylinder and frame numbers match. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% or more of its original finish with minor wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically fine. JA 900 - 1,300 2060 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 38665SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Single Action Army revolver. Manufactured in 1964. Case hardened frame with a blued barrel, cylinder and trigger guard. Aftermarket fake antler grips. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 85% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor finish wear. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Mechanically excellent. JA 900 - 1,200

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2061 - (C) SMITH AND WESSON SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: No. 1 - 1/2 Serial No. 475102 Caliber/Bore: .32 RF Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Model No. 1-1/2 break top frame, with spur trigger. Chambered in .32 rimfire. Nickel with black hard rubber grips, checkered with S&W monogram. Complete Smith & Wesson partition fitted walnut case with red interior and black label inside lid titled “Directions For Use”. CONDITION: Case has a lateral crack running full length of lid. Interior is faded with moderate to heavy wear. Revolver is fine overall with most all original nickel remaining. Evidence of an inscription on the backstrap that has been removed and polished to bare metal. Grips are excellent showing light wear. Bright case color on hammer. Bore is fine overall with oxidation at the muzzle. -MKS- 800 - 1,200 2062 - (C) SMITH AND WESSON 29-2 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 29-2 Serial No. N413181 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Nickel plated with pinned 8 - 3/8” barrel. Chambered in .44 magnum. Red ramp front, micro adjustable rear sights. Checkered two-piece goncalo alves grips. Housed in a Smith & Wesson wood box fitted to revolver. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original bright nickel, some slight freckling on cylinder. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. Most all bright case color on hammer and trigger. Grips are excellent showing minimum wear. -MKS800 - 1,200 2063 - (C) SMITH & WESSON DOUBLE ACTION “NEW DEPARTURE” REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 2nd Model DA Serial No. 13606 Caliber/Bore: .32 Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Second model .32 double action. Hammerless with backstrap safety. 3” barrel. New York style engraving, nickel with gold wash cylinder. Two-piece mother of pearl grips. CONDITION: Fine overall with most original nickel. Cylinder is refinished with most all of the reapplied gold finish remaining. Grips are fine with one 1/4” size chip at the left top near the frame. Bore is fine with some moderate pitting. Action is tight and crisp. 800 - 1,500 2064 - (C) CASED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 4242AM Caliber/Bore: .45 Cal Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt 125th Anniversary Single Action Army revolver with case. Revolver made to celebrate 125 years of the Single Action Army. Colt marked case. Case is not numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with light handling marks. Most likely un-fired from the factory. Mechanically excellent. Case is very good with light wear. JA 800 - 1,250

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2065 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. D97954 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback revolver with original box. Serial number dates this gun to 1976. Blued finish with original Colt wood grips. Frame and cylinder match. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is fair, as it is missing one of the end tabs. An excellent Colt for your “Snake Gun” collection. JA 800 - 1,400 2066 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. N15386 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback Revolver with original box and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1977. Cylinder and frame match. Spurred hammer. Original Colt wood grip. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original blued finish. Grips are excellent. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Box is fair, as the tab has ripped off one end. A classic “Snake Gun” for your collection. JA 800 - 1,300 2067 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. D77770 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback revolver with original box and manual. Serial number dates it to 1976. Cylinder and frame match. Original Colt grips. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish, with scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Hammer and cylinder show minimal wobble. Bore is excellent. Box is good with wear on the corners and edges. A fine Colt for any “Snake Gun” collection. JA 800 - 1,300 2068 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LONG COLT REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S26563A Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Single Action Army with original hard plastic case. Serial number dates it to 1998. Case hardened frame with blued barrel and trigger guard. Case is missing its manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 99% of its original finish with a few scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with excellent rifling. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Case is excellent. An excellent example of a Colt Single Action Army for your collection. JA 800 - 1,200

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2069 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT OFFICERS MODEL .38 REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Officers Model Match (B) Officers Model Special Serial No. (A) 926272 (B) 783776 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Colt Officers Model Match revolver. Serial number dates this gun to the mid 1960’s. Frame and cylinder numbers match. Original blued finish with the original Colt wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks on the edges. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. (B) Colt Officers Model Special. Frame number dates this gun to 1949. Frame and cylinder match. Blued finish with aftermarket target grips. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with handling marks and scratches present. Grips has numerous dents and scratches, but is solid overall. Bore is clean with generous rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show slight wobble. A good set of Colts for the range. JA 800 - 1,200 2070 - (M) LOT OF TWO COLT REVOLVERS: .38 DETECTIVE SPECIAL & AGENT .38 SPECIAL Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Detective Special (B) Agent Serial No. (A) S21258 (B) H85096 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt Detective Special “2 inch” revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1979. Frame and cylinder match. Blued finish with aftermarket wood grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Bore with sharp rifling. (B) Colt agent “2 inch” revolver. Frame dates this gun to 1975. Frame looks to be refinished. Grips are aftermarket. Frame and cylinder do match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its finish, with light handling marks and scratches present. Grips are excellent. Bore with great rifling. A great pair of Colts for the range. JA 800 - 1,200 2071 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO SMITH AND WESSON REVOLVERS, ONE 19-3 AND ONE 17-8. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 19-3 (B) 17-8 Serial No. (A) 4K75498 (B) CBF3243 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Magnum (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 19-3 with box. Manufactured 1967-1977. Adjustable rear sight. Factory blue finish and wood grips. Box is serial numbered to the gun,and contains a manual and cleaning brush. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish. Grip is excellent. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 17-8 revolver with original case. Black anodized finish with a factory rubber grip. Case is serial numbered to the gun and contains the original manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grip is excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 800 - 1,200

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2072 - (M) LOT OF TWO: RUGER SUPER SINGLE SIX .22 AND COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL .22 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Ruger (B) Colt Model: (A) Super Single Six (B) Detective Special Serial No. (A) 265-94566 (B) 08161R Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR/Mag (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Ruger Super Single Six, stainless barrel with dual .22 LR / .22 Mag cylinder. Laminated factory wood grips complete with factory box and paperwork. CONDITION: As new and appears unfired. Bore and mechanics are phenomenal. (B) Colt Detective Special. Manufactured 1977. 6 shot .38 Special, checkered wood Colt grips, 2” blue barrel. Comes in hand numbered cardboard Colt box. CONDITION: As new and possibly unfired. Minor cylinder turn line is evident. Bore and mechanics are excellent. TDW 800 - 1,200 2073 - (M+C) LOT OF TWO COLT REVOLVERS: TROOPER MK III .22 MAGNUM AND 1ST MODEL COBRA .38 SPECIAL. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Trooper MK III (B) Cobra Serial No. (A) Y24458 (B) 225610 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 Magnum (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Colt Trooper Mark III with matching box. Manufactured in 1980. Frame and cylinder numbers match. Electro-nickel finish with factory Colt rubber grip. Box is serial numbered to the gun, and includes the original manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with minor wear. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent with a small amount of play in the cylinder and hammer. Box is excellent. (B) Colt Cobra revolver with box. Manufactured in 1967. Box is original, but is not numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks and wear. Grip is very good with light wear. Bore is clean. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Box is excellent. JA 800 - 1,200 2074 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT POLICE POSITIVE AND COBRA DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Police Positive (B) Cobra Serial No. (A) 32464M (B) 158326 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt Police Positive Special revolver. Manufactured in 1977. Factory blue finish and Colt wood grips. Frame number and cylinder number match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grip is near excellent. Hammer and cylinder show a slight amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Cobra revolver. Manufactured in 1965. Factory blue finish and wood grips. Light weight frame. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are near excellent. Hammer and cylinder show a slight amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. JA 800 - 1,200

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2075 - (C) CASE COLORED COLT SINGLE ACTION .45 COLT ARMY. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 48AC Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Unique Colt Single Action Army with unusual serial number 48AC. Believed to be from a Arizona Territory commemorative from 1963, found on frame internally, on backstrap, and trigger guard. 5 - 1/2” barrel chambered for the .45 Colt cartridge with blue finish and case colored frame. Barrel is a second generation pattern with single line address on top and Colt Single Action Army .45 on right side above ejector rod housing. Rear of cylinder has Rampant Colt and the number “8” at front. Grips are modern non-Colt reproductions numbered to another gun but fit well. CONDITION: Very fine as appears to have been refinished case colored frame. All blue parts are expertly restored to appear to be factory. Bore is very good and action operates properly. TDW 800 - 1,200

2076 - (M) LOT OF TWO: RUGER AND UBERTI REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Ruger (B) Uberti Model: (A) Blackhawk (B) Single Action Army Serial No. (A) 4776361 (B) J67876 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 Long Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern

Lot consists of: (A) Ruger Bisley New Model Blackhawk with original box in .45 Colt featuring a laser engraved Bisley commemorative cylinder. CONDITION: Cylinder shows signs of considerable use on cylinder face. Cylinder has a small dragline but locks up tightly. Bore is in good condition with fouling in lands and grooves. Overall, gun is in good to very good condition with minimal storage, usage, and handling marks. (B) Uberti 1873 Cattleman with faux ivory Colt grips imported by Stoeger with factory box in .45 Colt. CONDITION: Overall, very good to excellent condition with minimal handling and storage marks. Cylinder has a ghost of a dragline but locks up tightly and indexes well. Bore is in fair condition. TN 800 - 1,200

2077 - (M) USFA SINGLE ACTION ARMY .32-20 REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: USFA Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 0100T Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern USFA single action army with original box and manual. Case hardened frame with blued barrel and trigger guard. Black plastic grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with light handling marks in areas. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is excellent. A very nice Single Action Army for your collection or as a shooter. JA 750 - 1,500 216

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2078 - (M) SHOOTERS LOT OF TWO: COLT PEACEMAKER .22 LR REVOLVER & RUGER SINGLE SIX .22 LR REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Ruger Model: (A) Peacemaker (B) Single Six Serial No. (A) G99379 (B) 262-12453 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR & Mag Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt Peacemaker .22 with 6” barrel, blue and case color finishes, manufactured 1974. Dual cylinder variation for .22 LR & .22 Mag. Colt cardboard box with inserts missing end tabs. CONDITION: Very fine with very slight edge wear at muzzle but appears to be very lightly used and nearly new. Bore is excellent, action crisp. (B) Ruger New Model Single Six .22 revolver with 6 1/2” barrel and dual cylinders for .22LR & .22 Mag. Walnut grips and adjustable sights. New model with transfer bar assembly. Comes in factory box. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine with evidence of test firing only. No visible signs of wear. Box is excellent. TDW 750 - 1,000

2079 - (C) COLT OFFICERS MODEL 38 FROM SHOOTER J. LEROY VOSBURG (1914). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Officer Serial No. 361654 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Manufactured 1914 with 7-1/2” barrel with period adjustable match sights and added Roper style thumb rest target grips. Engraved on butt “J. LEROY VOSBURG” Research has shown that Mr, Vosburg was a very avid competitive shooter from Davenport, Iowa, with NRA awards in 1921 for High Power, Rapid Fire, and Small Bore. As well he was the recipient of the “KING MEDAL” from the Davenport Schuetzen association. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% of the bright factory blue finish remaining. Action operates properly and locks up soundly. Grips are very fine. Bore is bright and shiny. A wonderful early American target revolver. TDW 750 - 1,000

2080 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON MODEL K-22 AND 60 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) K22 (B) 60 Serial No. (A) K178188 (B) AND6099 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson model K-22. 5 screw, 6” barrel, blue finish K-frame .22 LR with checkered walnut service grips. Comes in non-numbers matching box with papers. CONDITION: Good with typical range wear and finish loss at muzzle trigger guard and edges. Bore is excellent, action is crisp. Grips are not numbered. Box is good. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 60, 2” barrel, round butt with Pachmayr gripper rubber grips. 1980’s production. Comes in non-numbers matching box with instructions. CONDITION: Very good with slight wear from carry. Bore and action are excellent. TDW 750 - 1,250

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2081 - (C) COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1907). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1877 Lightning Serial No. 163806 Caliber/Bore: .38 LC Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The Colt Model 1877 Lightning was the first factory offered double action revolver. It was widely popular from coast to coast due to its “lightning fast” double action operation and handy size. Features blue and case colored finish, six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, and Colt monogrammed gutta percha grips. Barrel has two line address. Late production with roll-die caliber marking. All matching numbers. CONDITION: Barrel and cylinder retain approximately 50% blue with some wiped-on finish. Case colored frame shows some pattern but no color. Back of trigger and hammer retain 50% fire blue. Top of grip strap has some high polish blue remaining. Markings are sharp. Grips are excellent. Indexes and locks up correctly double action, but a bit off time on single action. Bore exhibits clean, sharp, well defined rifling. 700 - 1,100

2082 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON MODEL K22 .22 LR AND MODEL 15 .38 SPECIAL REVOLVERS WITH ORIGINAL BOXES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) K22 Combat Masterpiece (B) 15-3 Serial No. (A) K247495 (B) K979464 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson K22 Combat Masterpiece revolver with original box. Factory blue finish with the original wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. Frame and cylinder number match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of it’s original blued finish with light wear and handing marks. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore with good rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Box is fair, and is ripping on the end. (B) Smith and Wesson 15-3 with the original box. Gun has been reblued at some point. Original wood grips and adjustable rear sight. Box is serial numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% or more of its finish with some discoloration in areas. Grips are excellent. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder some a small amount of wobble. Mechanically excellent. Box is good with wear on the edges. JA 700 - 1,000

2083 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT OFFICER’S MODEL REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Officer’s Model (B) Officer’s Model Serial No. (A) 620224 (B) 923192 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Colt Officers Model Heavy Barrel double action revolver. Adjustable sights. Wood grip is Colt production, but is not original to the gun. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with a fair amount of scratches and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some minor wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Officers Model Match double action revolver. Manufactured sometime in the 1960’s. Adjustable sights. CONDITION: Overall good. Shows signs of heavy use. Metal retains most of its original finish with a fair amount of scratches and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some minor wobble. Mechanically fine. JA 700 - 1,000 218

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2084 - (A) LOT OF 5: STEVENS SINGLE-SHOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Stevens Model: (A) 37 (B) 43 (C) 35 (D) Single-Shot (E) Vest Pocket Serial No. (A) 21736 (B) 16267 (C) 29449 (D) 25108 (E) 434 Caliber/Bore: (A&B&C) .22 (D&E) .30 Barrel Length: (A) 10” (B) 10” (C) 6” (D) 3 - 1/2” (E) 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: A) J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company manufactured Gould No. 37 Gallery Model pistol made from 1889-1903. Blued barrel with notched rear adjustable sight. Nickeled iron frame and swelled butt. Checkered walnut grips. B) Stevens Diamond Model No.43 with blued barrel with globe front sight and rear peep. Nickeled brass frame with plain walnut grips. Made from 1886-1896 C) Offhand Target No. 35 Model gallery pistol with blued half octagon and half round barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear notch sight. Nickeled iron frame and swelled butt. Walnut two-piece grips. Made from 1907-1916. D) Single-shot Pistol with full nickel finish barrel and brass frame. Plain two piece walnut grips. E) Vest Pocket pistol with iron frame and two-piece walnut grips. Made from 1864-1876. CONDITION: A) 80% barrel blue with light pitting. 80% nickel with some light flaking. 80% varnish with sharp checkering. Good mechanics and bore. B) Overall 80% with some light handling marks. Good original pistol with good mechanics and bore. C) Good overall with light handling marks. Good bore and mechanics. C) Overall good with light handling marks. Good bore and mechanics. D) Good with light handling marks. Good bore and mechanics. E) Fair condition with fading blue to a silvery patina. Grips have been cleaned but are original. Shootable bore with good mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 3,000 - 4,000 2085 - (C) LOT OF 4: .22 RIMFIRE STEVENS SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Stevens Model: (A) 35 (B) Pistol (C) 38 (D) 37 Serial No. (A) 35799 (B) 17190 (C) 8160 (D) 26812 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 12” (B) 10” (C) 10” (D) 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Scarce blue frame off-hand pistol. 12” round barrel. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original blue finish mixed with blue patina. Excellent bore. Excellent grips showing modest wear. (B) Off-hand pistol with 10” round barrel. Incorrect rear barrel sight with added dovetail in barrel. Checkered two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good overall. Approximately 75% thinning blue on barrel. 98% original bright nickel. Excellent grips showing modest wear. Bore is fine with scattered pitting. (C) Off-hand pistol with 10” barrel, blue and nickel. Checkered two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 95% blue and nickel. Excellent grips showing little wear. Excellent bore with light corrosion. (D) Off-hand pistol with 8” barrel. Blue and nickel. Two piece plain walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Approximately 85% original blue with scattered corrosion and some pitting. Most all original nickel. Fine grips showing wear. Bore is fair with moderate pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 2,500 - 4,000

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2086 - (C) LOT OF 5: STEVENS SINGLE-SHOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Stevens Model: (A&B) 43 (C) 6” Pocket (D) 41 (E) Single-Shot Serial No. (A) 50551 (B) 15319 (C) 4427 (D) 9203 (E) 2680 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 Barrel Length: (A&B&C) 6” (D&E) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: A) J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company Diamond No. 43 Model gallery pistol Made from 1886 to 1896. Blued half octagon rifled barrel with globe front sight and peep adjustable rear. Nickeled brass frame with walnut grips. B) Diamond Model No. 43 with blued half round and half octagon barrel with bead front sight and notched adjustable rear. Nickeled brass frame with two piece walnut grips. C) 6” Pocket Rifle with blued half round half octagon rifled barrel with globe front sight and adjustable peep rear sight. Nickeled brass frame with sideplate. Plain walnut two-piece grips. Made from 1869-1886. D) Tip-Up No. 41 Model with total nickel finish, iron frame with rear notch sight. Two-piece walnut grips. Made from 1896-1916. E) Single-Shot Pistol Model with total nickel finish, brass frame and Walnut two piece grips. Notch hammer rear sight. Made from 1886-1896. CONDITION: A) Overall good with light handling marks and finish wear on the corners. Good mechanics and bore. B) Good with light handling marks. Good bore and mechanics. C) Good with light blue wear on barrel. Good mechanics and bore. D) Good with handling marks. Good bore and mechanics. E) Good with nickel fading on frame and brass coming through. Good bore and mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 2,000 - 3,000 2087 - (C) LOT OF 2: STEVENS SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (A) No. 35 (B) No. 38 Serial No. (A) 11750 (B) 13672 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 RF Long (B) .32 RF Barrel Length: (A) 10” (B) 10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) No. 35 Offhand target pistol. 10” .22 caliber barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Blue and nickle with two piece checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall, with approximately 90% thinning blue on barrel. Most all original bright nickel remaining. Grips are excellent with good checkering. Bore is excellent. Bright fire blue on hammer and trigger. Nice unmolested screws. (B) No. 38 Offhand target pistol. 10” barrel, .32 long rimfire. Adjustable rear sight. Blue and nickel with two piece ivory grips. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Barrel has turned a blue-brown patina overall. Most all original nickel remaining, turned a pleasing soft patina. Grips are excellent showing no cracks. Very good bore with scattered light pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 2,000 - 2,800 2088 - (A) LOT OF 3: REMINGTON AND STEVENS PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Stevens (C) Remington Model: (A) Deringer (B) Single Shot (C) Deringer Serial No. (A) 9082 (B) 9 (C) 48 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RF (B) .30 RF (C) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 2 - 7/8” (C) 3” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Remington-Elliot Deringer / “Pepperbox” ring trigger. 3-3/8” four chamber barrel cluster. .32 rimfire. Two piece hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Good overall with no original finish remaining, turning a smooth gunmetal grey patina. Dark bores. (B) Stevens Vest Pocket pistol. 2-7/8” part octagon to round barrel. Fishtail shape rosewood grips .30 short rimfire. Scarce little gun, approximately 500 made. CONDITION: Good overall, traces of original blue finish on frame. Overall a gunmetal grey patina with scattered pitting. Bore is dark with moderate pitting. C) Remington Vest Pocket pistol, also known as a “Saw Handle Deringer” 17,000-20,000 made between 1865-1888. Near full coverage engraving in very delicate scrolls with a punch dot background. Two piece ivory grips. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,800 - 2,700 220

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2089 - (C) LOT OF 2: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (BOTH) Pocket Rifle Serial No. (A) 2748 (B) 10050 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Lot consists of: A) Special Order Stevens No. 34 “Hunter’s Pet” Model with blued octagon barrel with globe front sight and rear flip up peep. Comes with extra half round half octagon blued barrel with globe front sight and rear flip up peep. Both barrels numbered to gun. Nickeled thumb trigger frame with plain two-piece walnut grips. Numbered to gun nickel plated skeleton stock. Made from 1872-1900. Comes with period felt lined fitted case with brass trim. B) New Model Pocket Rifle, Second Issue Made from 1875-1896. Blued half round half octagon barrel. Nickeled brass frame with sideplate. Globe front sight with rear flip sight. Nickeled matching skeleton stock. Rosewood two-piece grips. CONDITION: A) 80% blue fading to silver on corners. 80% nickel on frame and stock. Good bores and mechanics. Case has age wear. Nice interesting Stevens. B) 80% blue with some light pitting on barrel around sight. 80% nickel with light handling marks. Nice original finish on grips with light usage marks. Good bore and mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM 1,800 - 2,200

2090 - (C) A VERY GOOD UDO ANSCHUTZ FREI SINGLE SHOT AYDT SYSTEM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Anschutz Model: Frei Pistol Serial No. 177 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 13” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Serrated ramp front sight, elaborate D.R.G.M. adjustable rear sight. Top rib of eight fluted barrel marked “Udo Anschutz Zella Mehlis I” towards breech. Elaborate floral line engraving on left side of action, with a portrait of a mustachioed man with a rifle over his shoulder. Right side with line engraving en suite. Front strap, backstrap, and butt with more floral line engraving and decorative lines. Spurred trigger guard with punch dot lined borders and more floral designs. Trigger set lever engraved with florals and lined borders. Checkered schnabel forearm, screw with a floral pattern. Grips are modern replacements with non-adjustable shelf, checkered panels, and a left side thumb rest. CONDITION: Very good. Trigger guard is now a reddish-plum color. Set trigger functions correctly. Operates correctly with a very good bore. Comes in a case for a Hammerli pistol with cleaning tools and assorted accessories. EW 1,750 - 2,250

2091 - (C) LOT OF 4: STEVENS AND WESSON PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Stevens (B) Stevens (C) Wesson (D) Stevens Model: (A) 10 (B) 41 (C) Single (D) GEM Serial No. (A) I6704 (B) 4535 (C) NSN (D) 3778 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .22 (C) .22 (D) .32 RF Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 3 - 1/2” (C) 3 - 1/2” (D) 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Outstanding collectors group of Stevens pistols and Frank Wesson pistol. Lot consists of: (A) Stevens Single shot. Caliber . 22 LR with pull cocking knob assembly with checkered hard rubber grips, and adjustable sights. Tip-up barrel design. CONDITION: Very good with slight finish wear. Excellent bore and mechanics. Grips have very slight crack from shrinkage and a replaced grip screw. (B) Stevens No. 41 pocket target pistol. Tip-up design. .22 caliber, walnut grips, and nickel finished receiver. Comes with very distressed box with original label. CONDITION: Very good, excellent bore. Very slight finish loss at muzzle and high points. Slight nickel finish flaking. Action is good. (C) Frank Wesson brass framed single shot .22 with walnut grips, blue barrel, and fixed sights. CONDITION: Very good with most all blue finish remaining. Bore has some darkening but strong rifling. Action operates properly and grips are fine. (D) Stevens .32 RF GEM single shot pistol with blue finished barrel and nickel finished frame. Walnut grips. CONDITION: Good with 30% bright blue on barrel balance turning patina. Nickel finished frame is very fine with slight scratches. Grips are excellent. Action operates properly. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW 1,800 - 2,400

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2092 - (C) STEVENS NEW MODEL POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: New Model Pocket Rifle Serial No. 11073 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Stevens tip-up pocket rifle with 18” round barrel with globe front and fold down elevator rear sights. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Blue with nickel plated frame and detachable skeleton stock. Two piece rosewood grips. Housed in a period case fitted in the partition style with green interior. CONDITION: Excellent overall with approximately 90% original nickel on frame and stock. Barrel is refinished with most all reapplied blue remaining. Grips are fine showing moderate wear. Bore is dark. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

2093 - (C) LOT OF 2: STEVENS POCKET RIFLE AND PISTOL. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (A) Pocket Rifle (B) Pistol Serial No. (A) 36070 (B) 34475 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 9 - 7/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Stevens Vernier New Model pocket rifle. 18” octagon to round barrel. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Combination fold down front, V notch rear, and tang mounted vernier sights. Blue with nickel frame and detachable skeleton stock. Two piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 95% original blue with scattered light pitting on barrel. 95%+ bright original nickel remaining on frame and stock. Most all of the fire blue remains on hammer and trigger. Grips show light wear. Tang sight is excellent. Bore is very good with moderate pitting. (B) Offhand No. 35 Pistol. 10” octagon to round barrel. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Blue with nickel frame and stock. Two piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original blue on barrel and nickel remaining on the frame and stock. Grips are excellent showing minimum wear. Bore is very good with scattered pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

2094 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO LANGDON BERETTA 92 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS WITH CASES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (BOTH) LTT Elite Serial No. (A) LL000525 (B) LTT001338 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Beretta 92G Elite LTT Langdon semi-automatic handgun with original case, lock and 2 extra magazines. These guns feature an M9A3 style slide with a stainless barrel. M9A1 Frame with a rail feature and skeletonized hammer. Enlarged magazine release and custom grips accompany this handgun. All magazines are Beretta marked, and hold 15 rounds. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with with handling marks. Grips are excellent with light wear. Bore has crisp rifling. Magazines are excellent. Case is excellent. (B) Beretta 92G Elite LTT Langdon semi-automatic handgun with original case, lock and 2 extra magazines. These guns feature an M9A3 style slide with a stainless barrel. M9A1 Frame with a rail feature and skeletonized hammer. Enlarged magazine release and custom grips accompany this handgun. All magazines are Beretta marked, and hold 15 rounds. Included is a magazine article detailing the improvements of a Langdon Tactical gun over a standard Beretta 92. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with with handling marks. Grips are excellent with light wear. Bore has crisp rifling. Magazines are excellent. Case is excellent. A great pair of handguns for the range or your collection. JA 1,300 - 1,500 222

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2095 - (M) LES BAER CUSTOM PREMIER II .45 ACP 1911A1 PATTERN PISTOL. Manufacturer: Les Baer Model: Premier II Serial No. LB14330 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Les Baer Customs Premier II 1911A1 style handgun with box, lock and certificate of authenticity. Adjustable black serrated Les Baer rear sight with black serrated front sight. Les Baer slide and match barrel. Commander style hammer. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of the original finish. Slide still takes some effort to pull, needs broken in. Bore is excellent with strong lands and grooves and just a touch of frosting at the edges. Box is excellent. A great custom 1911 for the range. EW 1,200 - 1,800 2096 - (C+M) LOT OF THREE: STAR AND WALTHER PISTOLS WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: (A&B) Star (C) Walther Model: (A) BD (B) SA (C) PPKS Serial No. (A) 10453 (B) 1896249 (C) S103606 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Luger (B) .380 ACP (C) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 4” (C) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Star model BM 9mm Para, blue finish, drift adjustable sights, checkered black synthetic grips and numbers matching factory box. CONDITION: Very fine with most finish remaining with exception of back strap from use. Bore is excellent and action operates properly. Box is shop worn but has excellent label and strong corners. Gun is import marked. (B) Star model S, .380 ACP, non-matching factory box. Blue finish windage adjustable rear sight and checkered thumbrest plastic grips. Import marked. CONDITION: Very fine with little use evident. Bore is excellent and mechanics crisp. Box is excellent with proper label but incorrect serial number. (C) American Made Walther PPK/S, stainless steel, .380 ACP with incorrect Walther cardboard box and spare parts set including slide for ported barrel. CONDITION: Very fine and shows light carry use. Bore is exceptional and action is smooth and operates properly. Black checkered synthetic grips are very good with several small blemishes. Come with two magazines: one thumb rest and one flatbase. TDW 1,300 - 1,700 2097 - (C+M) LOT OF THREE: BROWNING BUCKMARK, HIGH STANDARD 107, AND CHIAPPA 1911-22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Browning (B) High Standard (C) Chiappa Model: (A) Buckmark (B) Victory (C) 1911-22 Serial No. (A) 515MW11914 (B) 2477186 (C) D33704 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 3/4” (B) 5 - 1/2” (C) 5” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Browning Buckmark with original box. Features Oak leaf laminate grips and comes with additional magazine. CONDITION: Very good overall with only minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny with very little fouling and sharp rifling. Action works correctly. (B) High Standard Series 107 “The Victor” Semi-Automatic Pistol manufactured in Hamden, CT with original box numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Excellent with almost all of the factory finish remaining and very few handling marks. Action works correctly. Bore is very good, with sharp rifling. (C) Chiappa Model 1911-22 Semi-Automatic Pistol with factory box. CONDITION: Very good with minor handling marks, action works correctly. Bore is good with crisp rifling. TN 1,200 - 1,800

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2098 - (C) LOT OF FOUR: BROWNING FN 1922, HEGE AP 66, MELIOR NEW MODEL, AND BERETTA MODEL 1915 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Browning (B) Hege (C) Melior (D) Beretta Model: (A) 1922 (B) PA66 (C) New Model (D) 1915 Serial No. (A) 217028 (B) E07419 (C) 48347 (D) 32717 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) .380 ACP (C) .32 ACP (D) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/8” (B) 4” (C) 3 - 1/2” (D) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Browning FN 1922 with holster. Greek contract gun with the proper “Epsilon and Sigma” markings and issue number. Matching numbers and non import marked. Gun retains its Belgian proofs and “FN” mark as well. Holster has a manufacturers mark in the rear. Holster does not appear to be Greek, or correct for the gun. Magazine is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Gun retains little to none of its original finish with a fair amount of wear and light pitting in areas. Grips are fair, with major wear and handling marks. Grips are loose as well. Bore is fair with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is fair. Holster is very good with light wear. Holster is excellent. (B) Hege AP 66 semi-automatic pistol with holster and spare magazine. Manufactured by FEG in Hungary for Hege Waffen in Germany. Gun does not appear to be import marked. Non-matching frame and slide. German proofed. Magazine is unmarked. Holster is unmarked. Extra magazine is not correct for the gun. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains most of its original finish with areas wear and light rust. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazines are good with light wear. Holster is very good. (C) Melior New Model with holster. This gun appears to be a pre-War gun as it includes the grip safety. Belgium proofs. Frame and slide numbers match. Magazine is aftermarket. Holster is unmarked, but looks to be period correct. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish with light wear and patina. Grips are solid, but have a good amount of wear. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is very good, as is the holster. (D) Beretta Model 1915 with holster. Italian proofed with no import marks. Numbers on the slide and frame match. Magazine is unmarked, as is the holster. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains some of its original finish with a fair amount of wear and handling marks. Grips are good with light wear. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is good. Holster is fair with numerous rips and tears. JA 1,200 - 1,800

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 2099 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1919). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. 612271 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1919. U notch flat rear sight, half moon front sight. Marked “2” under firing pin retaining plate, “H” right above plate. Slide marked “G” “6” “3” “L (?)” on interior. Colt barrel with “COLT 45 AUTO” on lower left side of breech, “P” proof of left side of lug, “G” in front of lug. Bushing a later replacement. Long smooth trigger. Checkered spurred hammer, slide release, and magazine release. Flat smooth mainspring housing with lanyard loop. Truncated diamond walnut grips and screws of a later period. Trigger guard with “29” proof. Frame with “(Ordnance Department Eagle) / S12”. Slide with two line two block patents and address with intercepting pony. Two tone two rivet magazine. CONDITION: Good, with the majority of the bluing flaked away to an even mottled brown. Action works appropriately, bore is very good with visible rifling and some light oxidation towards breech. EW 1,500 - 2,500

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2100 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER CODE 42 1940 DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: Luger Serial No. 3620h Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Walther Code 42 1940 dated “Black Widow” Luger with a 1940 marked holster and 2 magazines. Gun is all matching with no import mark. Magazine is not numbered, but is the correct “XO” style. Extra magazine is not numbered to the gun and is period correct. Holster is dated 1940 with the correct Waffen mark. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains near 95% of its original bluing. Grips are very good with light wear to the checkering. Bore is shiny. Magazines are very good. Holster is very good with dome light wear. JA 1,500 - 2,000

2101 - (C) 1936 MAUSER LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH LEATHER HOLSTER Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Luger Serial No. 7956n Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, front toggle link marked “S/42” and correct “EAGLE 63” waffenamts on right side of receiver. 1936 date over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. Magazine is the correct style and numbered 5505b. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 82% of the original factory applied finish with just a bit of high edge wear and holster wear. Straw color small parts are about 70%. Wood checkered grips that are not numbered with sharp checkering. Left grip is chipped under the safety lever. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a military holster that is marked “KARL BOCKER WALDBROL”. Also comes with an extra magazine numbered 3257w and a modern loading tool. RW 1,500 - 2,000 2102 - (C) MAUSER LUGER 9MM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH LEATHER HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Luger Serial No. 7954 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, front toggle link marked “S/42” and correct “EAGLE 63” waffenamts on right side of receiver. 1937 date over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. Magazine is the correct style and numbered 6065V. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 82% of the original factory applied finish with just a bit of high edge wear and holster wear. Straw color small parts are about 70%. Wood checkered grips that are not numbered with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a military holster that is marked “GENSCHOW & CO. A.G. BERLIN”. All stitching is tight and serviceable. RW 1,500 - 2,000

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2103 - (C) FINE AND ALL MATCHING DWM 1916 DATED P.08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER AND MATCHING MAGAZINE. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P.08 Serial No. 8149n Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic P.08 manufactured during WWI by DWM. Receiver is stamped “1916” over the chamber, with DWM proof marks on the right side. Toggle link bears the DWM monogram. German Imperial Reichsadler is present on the receiver, barrel, and breechblock. Non-import marked. Matching numbers include the frame, locking bolt trigger sideplate, trigger, hold-open latch, barrel, receiver, trigger bar, breechblock, firing pin, extractor, forward and rear toggle links, checkered wood grips, and the magazine. Complete with a later produced “G.J. Ensink & Co.” leather holster. CONDITION: Metal components retain bountiful amounts of arsenal applied rust blue finish, showing usual wear and thinning on the grip straps and barrel, with areas of light patina showing through the finish in these places. Proof marks and stampings are sharp. Strawed components retain good amounts of finish, showing thinning and wear. Bright mirror bore with well defined rifling throughout. Checkered walnut grips are excellent, showing few minor areas of smoothing. Leather holster is good, showing wear all around and age cracking. Overall, this is an exemplary example of a World War I era manufactured DWM P.08, that a collector would find to be hard to upgrade from. MW 1,500 - 2,000

2104 - (C) SCARCE WALTHER MOD HP COMMERCIAL P38 WWII GERMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 22892 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a wartime production gun that is Eagle/ N commercial proofed. Banner Walther on the left side of the slide along with the Zella-Mehlis address and patent marking. Also marked “MOD HP”. Serial number on slide is located on the right side just behind the barrel on the top. Brown Bakelite grips. Late war copper colored “experimental” finish on frame. Magazine is not proofed, but is marked “P38”. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall with some wear on the high points and front strap. Grips are fine with some light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000

2105 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT WOODSMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Woodsman Serial No. (A) 36849 (B) 71141S Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 5/8” (B) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A) Pre-Woodsman 6 - 5/8” barrel. Blue with two-piece checkered walnut grips. Serrated trigger. Bottom mag release. 10-shot magazine. Adjustable front and rear sights. CONDITION: Fine overall with most original blue thinning at grip areas. Moderate wear to grips. Excellent bore, bright and clean. Correct clip. B) 2nd series Woodsman. 6” barrel. Serrated trigger. Button magazine release located on top left of frame, behind trigger. “Coltwood” plastic grips with thumb rest. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most original blue, thinning around grip area. Excellent bore, bright and clean. Correct 10-shot clip. 1,800 - 2,500 226

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2106 - (C) A GOOD ROBERT SEARS INSPECTED COLT 1911A1, MODIFIED FOR TARGET SHOOTING. Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1911A1 Serial No. 725790 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Slide correctly numbered to frame under firing pin retaining plate. Micro adjustable rear sight, tall serrated front sight. “P” proof on slide in front of Micro sight. Appropriate two line-two block rollmark on left side of slide. Slide rails have been polished and adjusted to produce a tighter slide to frame fit; frame exhibits similar evidence of polishing and adjustment. R.S. inside a lozenge, P proofs on left side of frame. Trigger guard with “T” and VP proof on left side, right side of trigger guard with 69. Right side of frame with FK reinspection with flaming bomb, RIA stamp. RS in a lozenge visible on top of receiver, partially obliterated during accurization process. Checkered spur hammer, arched checkered mainspring housing, checkered safety, checkered short trigger. Recoil guide rod with recoil buffer. Colt full blue magazine. Checkered wooden grips, left marked on interior “GEQ”, right marked “GER”. CONDITION: Very good as refinished when rebuilt, retaining the majority of that refinish with some markings from handling and operation. Operates properly with a fine bore. EW 1,800 - 2,750

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2107 - (C) WWI IMPERIAL GERMAN DWM 1917 ATRILLERY P.08 LUGER 9MM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Luger/DWM Model: LP08 Artillery Serial No. 6461E Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 7 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration with 7 - 3/4” barrel. Checkered wood grips have a “9” stamped into the top of them on either side. Adjustable rear sight with fine adjustment. Dated 1917 above the chamber. WWI German military proofs on the right side of the slide. All matching numbers with the exception of the proper wood bottom magazine. CONDITION: Retains 90% blue overall with some wear on the high points and sideplate. Grips are good showing wear. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,800 - 2,500

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2108 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (Both) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 46 (B) 41 Serial No. (A) 26293 (B) A134118 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 46 with box. Manufactured 1957-1967. Magazine is marked “S&W” on the bottom. Basic Smith and Wesson plastic grip. Adjustable rear sight. Box is original, but is not numbered to the gun. Includes cleaning tools and a parts diagram. CONDITION: Overall good. metal retains most of its original finish with some light surface rust on top of the slide. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Magazine is excellent. Mechanically excellent. Box is fair with a large rip in the corner. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 41 with box. Factory blue finish with the standard wood grip. Adjustable rear sight. Comes with two magazines total, which are both marked “S&W” on the bottom. Box is serial numbered to the gun and includes the original manual. CONDITION: Overall very good-excellent. Metal retains 90% or more of its finish with a few minor handling marks. Grips are near excellent with minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are good, but do have a few splotches of surface rust. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. JA 1,600 - 2,200

2109 - (C) SCARCE ZERO SERIES SPREEWERKE WWII NAZI GERMAN P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Spreewerke Model: P38 Serial No. 02035U Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Late production “U” block with what’s referred to as a “cog” hammer. All matching numbers. Black Bakelite grips. Eagle 88 inspected. Late war zero series guns are very difficult to find. Accompanied by a total of two magazines and a black leather holster. Both magazines are “jvd” marked with “P38/ U”. Holster is marked “44” on the inside of the flap. Appears to be a post war produced holster with a single large belt loop. Has “SGT John C Thomas” written in ink on the inside of the flap. CONDITION: Retains 95% finish. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster has some light scuff marks and strong stitching. GR 1,500 - 2,000

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2110 - (C) EXTREMELY RARE ZN 1918 DATED P.08 ERFURT LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: P.08 Serial No. 3u Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, and center toggle link marked “CROWN ERFURT”. Zn 1918 over the chamber. CONDITION: Gun is a post-World War I rebuild at the Udungplatz at Zeithain in Saxony. First and last letters of Zeithain produce the Zn. Simpson “(Eagle) 6” proof on left side of barrel. Wood checkered grips that show some wear, but have no chips or cracks. Gun retains approximately 92% of the arsenal re-applied blue finish. 90% straw color on small parts. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. The Zn mark is a extremely rare and desirable gun. 1,500 - 3,000 2111 - (C) OCCUPATION BUILT SLOTTED P-35 RADOM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Serial No. E6893 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Secondary polished German occupation constructed P-35 slotted Polish Radom pistol. Blue finish with WaA77 inspected with single line legend on left sign of slide. black checkered plastic grips with FB markings. Matching serial numbers found on frame, slide and barrel. Complete with white stitch leather holster with very light markings “BNZ39” “P-35(b)” and extra magazine. CONDITIONS, Pistol is very fine with over 85% bright blue remaining with losses at muzzle and edges and fading at straps. Bore is excellent. Action operates properly. Holster is very fine with strong stitching and supple leather. Marking in interior are very light to almost not legible. 1,500 - 3,000

2112 - (M) LOT OF 2: CASED SIG ARMS CUSTOM SHOP P226 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Sig Arms Model: (BOTH) P226 Custom Serial No. (A) U770376 (B) U771503 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Para (B) .40 S&W Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) .40 caliber comes with three magazines. (B) 9mm comes with one magazine. Both have the stainless slide. CONDITION: Pistols are in near new condition in original plastic case with paperwork. U.S. Navy SEAL teams started using the SIG P226 in the 1980s. SIG Sauer firearms are manufactured in Eckernförde, Germany by Sig Sauer. The P226 was designed for entry into the XM9 Service Pistol Trials (see also Joint Service Small Arms Program) that were held by the US Army in 1984 on behalf of the US armed forces to find a replacement for the M1911A1 and 24 other makes of handgun in US military service. It is considered one of the finest pistols ever made. 1,500 - 2,000

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2113 - (C) DWM 1906 COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1906 Commercial Serial No. 25244 Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken Company for commercial sales in Germany and abroad. This gun is an early long frame and the thumb safety is marked “GESICHERT” in the lower position. The majority of these were short frame and the lower thumb safety area was polished. Features include round pencil barrel, inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight, wide grip safety, wood checkered grips, and eight round detachable wood bottom magazine. “DWM” in scroll on the center toggle link. Extractor is marked “GELADEN”. All matching serial numbers. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 90% of the factory applied rust blue finish, with just a bit of high edge and holster wear. Strawed small parts are approximately 50%. Checkering on the grips shows some wear. No chips or cracks in the wood. Bore shows some frosting in the lands and grooves. A very scarce and hard to find gun in this configuration. CORRECTION: Pistol was made using a 1904 Navy frame. 1,500 - 2,000

2114 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN NORWEGIAN MODEL 1914 COLT 1911 .45 ACP PISTOL, WITH .22 CONVERSION KIT. Manufacturer: Kongsberg Vaapenfabrik Model: 1914 Serial No. 30369 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Norwegian Model 1914 licensed copy of the Colt model 1911 produced at the Kongsberg Vapenfabrik factory during World War II. This is one of 920 made. This gun is Nazi proofed on the left side of the slide before the standard Norwegian markings. All numbers are matching. Dated 1945 on the right side of the slide. Two piece wood grips. Import marked on the left side of the frame under the grip. Double pinned lanyard ring magazine. Accompanying this gun is a spare set of original grips. Also included is a .22 conversion barrel and five .22 sub-caliber .45 ACP rounds. The barrel has a proof mark on the rear of the lug. Cartridges are unmarked. CONDITION: Retains 95% parkerized finish. All markings are clear. Some light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Grips are very good showing some wear and handling marks. Fine mechanical function. Accessories are in matching condition. GR 2,000 - 3,500

2115 - (M) COLT COMMEMORATIVE 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. 3614WMK Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Colt reintroduced these great semi-automatic pistols to honor the famous 1911 as government issued during World War I. Long smooth trigger, checkered spurred hammer, checkered slide release, magazine release, smooth flat mainspring housing. Half moon front sight, u notch flat top rear sight. Finished in Colt Carbonia blue with diamond checkered walnut grips. Left side of frame marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” with Gilbert inspector stamp between trigger guard and grip. Correct military sub-inspection stamps in appropriate places. Gun come complete with pasteboard boxes that closely replicates the GI issued boxes, along with two piece blue Colt box, paperwork, tools, shipping sleeves and extra magazine. CONDITION: Pistol is in like new condition, with a few microscratches from storage, appears to have been test fired only. EW 1,000 - 2,000 230

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2116 - (M) COLT COMMEMORATIVE 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. WMK2410 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Colt reintroduced these great semi-automatic pistols to honor the famous 1911A1 as government issued during World War II. Parkerized finish. Half moon front sight, U notch rear, serrated slide release and safety, checkered spurred hammer, serrated arched mainspring housing with lanyard loop. Right side of frame marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” and “M1911A1 U.S. ARMY” with Waldemar Broberg inspector stamp on left side of frame above trigger guard, below slide release. “Coltwood” plastic checkered grips. Gun comes complete with pasteboard box that closely replicate the GI issued boxes, along with two piece blue Colt box, paperwork, takedown tool, shipping sleeve and extra magazine. CONDITION: Pistol is in like new condition with some microscratches from storage, appears to have been test fired only with an excellent bore and action. EW 1,000 - 2,000 2117 - (M) CASED CABOT GUNS BLACK DIAMOND 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Cabot Guns Model: Black Diamond 1911 Serial No. CGXPUT193 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Built 2014 as per associated paperwork. Cabot black finish. Rounded flat top slide profile with Novak hooded smooth flat rear sight and Trijicon tritium front sight, lined rib. Kart barrel. Lightened commander hammer, grip safety with memory bump, Cabot barrel bushing. Cabot TriStar trigger. Cabot G10 grips with CG logo, checkered front strap and mainspring housing. Full length guide rod, slide numbered internally to match serial number on frame. Comes in a black Cabot box with lock, manual, allen keys, and set of white gloves. CONDITION: Very fine, as new. Breech Face shows some evidence of firing. Operates correctly. Bore is very fine, bright and shiny with good rifling. An excellent choice for someone interested in luxury 1911’s without patience for the wait. EW 2,000 - 3,000

2118 - (M) CASED DAN WESSON ELITE SERIES “CHAOS” DOUBLE STACK 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Dan Wesson Model: Elite Series Chaos Serial No. CN00138 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Developed by Dan Wesson for the competitive three-gun circuit. Standard configuration with Dawson adjustable green fiber optic rear sight, fixed red fiber optic front sight, KKM Precision .355 (9mm) bull barrel, Doug Koenig low mass hammer. Trigger breaks at 2.5#, short take up and quick reset. 140mm magazine. Comes in a Dan Wesson case correctly numbered to gun with additional 140mm magazine. CONDITION: Very good used condition, with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a good bore that has some evidence of firing. Accessories commensurate with gun. EW 2,000 - 3,000

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2119 - (C) WWII USGI REMINGTON RAND 1911A1 SEMI AUTOMATIC .45 PISTOL, WITH BELT RIG. Manufacturer: Remington Rand Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 927221 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. FJA inspected. 1942 production. Standard checkered plastic grips. Barrel lug is “S/ P” marked on the left side. Accompanying this gun is a “1918/ W.J.D.” marked brown leather US flap holster with leg strap, 1942 dated first aid pouch with original Carlisle bandage in tin and a packet of Sulfanilamide tablets, “PROPERTY/ U.S. NAVY” spare cartridge pouch, and an “L.C.C. & CO. 1918” marked double magazine pouch with two spare magazines. All mounted on a standard USGI khaki web belt. CONDITION: Gun retains 90% finish overall with some light wear and handling marks. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Accessories are dirty but in solid, presentable condition. GR. PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS LOT WILL BE DONATED TO SHRINER’S HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN. 2,000 - 3,000

2120 - (C) 1920 DWM AMERICAN EAGLE STOEGER LUGER WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1920 Stoeger Luger Serial No. 7745t Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN” on the left side, front toggle link marked “DWM” in script. “(Crown) N” commercial proofs on the breach block, barrel and left side of receiver. American eagle over the chamber. Two line “A.F. STOEGER INC NEW YORK” address on right side of receiver. CONDITION: All matching numbers gun. Gun retains approximately 88% of the original factory blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Straw small parts are 90%. Non-numbered and unrelieved firing pin. “GERMANY” export mark on rear of frame. Sharp checkered wood grips that show very minimal handling marks. Left grip is chipped under the safety lever. Grips are unnumbered. Correct eight round nickel magazine with wood bottom. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. A rare gun. Comes in a russet brown US 1911 holster. RW 2,500 - 3,500

2121 - (C) COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL 1911 .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH WORLD WAR II PISTOL BELT HOLSTER (1942). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 790061 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1942. U notch rear with half moon front sight. Slide with frame matching serial number under firing pin retaining plate. Lovely temper line visible just behind stirrup cut. Two line two block address and patent dates with intercepting pony. “P” stamp on top of slide. Interior of slide with “G” “5” and “UN”. Barrel with “COLT 45 AUTO” on lower left side of breech, “G” in front of lug, partially visible “P” on left side of lug. Top of frame with “G” and Flaming bomb near disconnector hole. Frame with “W.B” in lozenge, for Broberg, “O” proof, trigger guard with “VP”, “88”, upside down “W” proof. Checkered Coltrock grips. Short checkered trigger, checkered slide release, left side only safety, spur hammer, arched mainspring housing with lanyard loop. Magazine from Risdon contract. Also accompanied by a later assembled rig with Boyt 42 holster, magazine pouch with two full blue magazines, and a first aid kit in pouch. CONDITION: Fine as reparkerized, retaining the vast majority of the refinish with some silvering to high edges towards front. Action works correctly, bore is very good, shiny, with plenty of sharp rifling. Rig is very good showing some evidence of use. EW 2,500 - 4,000 232

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2122 - (C) VERY FINE WORLD WAR I IMPERIAL GERMAN DWM ARTILLERY 1917 LUGER WITH SHOULDER STOCK AND HOLSTER. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1917 Artillery Luger Serial No. 7747h Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. All numbers are matching including the wood bottom magazine. Dated 1917 above the chamber. Adjustable rear sight. Accompanied by an original shoulder stock and holster assembly. Stock number is not matching. Imperial proofed on the back of the stock. Holster is marked on the inside of the flap “STUTTGART/ 1915”. Some period writing in ink that is illegible. Unmarked take down tool in small pouch. Cleaning rod in pouch on side of holster. CONDITION: Gun retains 95% original finish and straw colors overall. Some finish loss on the rear of the chamber. All markings are clear. Wood grips have sharp checkering. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Stock has some dings and handling marks, shows age. Markings are clear. Leather boot is a bit dry with some separation to the stitching and a tear to the hold down tab. Top piece of leather is intact with crazing and flaking. Missing the holster attaching straps. Holster is solid with scuff marks and strong stitching. GR 2,500 - 3,500

2123 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM GUN SHOP MODEL 1911 SERIES 70 GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Series 70 National Match Serial No. 13642N70 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern The matching Colt Custom Gun Shop box end label reads “w/special customizing”. The Colt factory letter states that this was #3 of a 600 gun mini-series and listed with Pachmayr grips, ambidextrous safety, wide grip safety, checkered mainspring housing, cross-hatched trigger guard, and beveled magazine well. It bears the standard Gold Cup stamp, adjustable sights, flat top slide, and lightweight adjustable trigger. CONDITION: Aside from a slight storage mark on trigger guard, gun remains in near new condition. It comes in the original box with liner, instruction manual, and bushing wrench. This gun was part of a 7 gun shipment to Northeast Gun & Supply Company of Needham, Massachusetts and shipped on April 21, 1982. DB 2,000 - 3,000

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2124 - (C) IMPORTANT SERIAL NUMBER D1 INGLIS HIGH POWER PISTOL WITH DOCUMENTATION. Manufacturer: Inglis Model: High Power Serial No. D1 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in 1945. The only known “D” series Inglis High Power to exist. Well documented and featured on page 109 of the book “INGLIS DIAMOND - THE CANADIAN HIGH POWER PISTOL” by Clive Law. This near pristine example has the early Inglis slide markings on left side of slide. “BROWNING-FN 9MM H.P. INGLIS CANADA”right side of pistol is numbered “D1” and is found on slide, barrel and frame. Black synthetic checkered grips and finished in traditional black phosphate. Drift adjustable barley corn front sight with tangent rear sight. Grip frame is NOT slotted for stock. interestingly no proof markings are found internally nor externally. According to documented history found in Law’s book this pistol was registered in 1945 to Mr. Harold Waterhouse Head of Wartime security at the Inglis factory. Accordingly this is the only known “D” series pistol ever produced by John Inglis and was possibly never intended for use outside of the factory and intended for security use. According to the consignor, this pistol was acquired directly from the son of Harold Waterhouse 40 years ago. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine with most all factory finish remaining. Grips are excellent with no material loss or distress. Action operates properly and crisply. Bore is bright, shiny and has sharp lands and grooves. Proper Inglis marked magazine is equally fine. Truly a unique and well documented one of a kind pistol. TDW 4,000 - 6,000

2125 - (C) BOXED PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1911-A1 NATIONAL MATCH SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1911A1 Serial No. C163497 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in 1932. Colt National Match with factory wide fixed sights. The first mention of this gun was in the January 1932 Colt catalog. Features include the slide stamp National Match, blue finish, fully checkered walnut stocks, checkered arched mainspring housing, short checkered trigger, wide spur checkered hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, with two tone tempered magazine stamped Colt 45 Auto. The slide is numbered to match frame. The rear sight is a wind drift only beveled edge with square notch. The blue barrel has a polished chamber and is stamped. Colt 45 Auto with P on lug. CONDITION: Very fine as professionally restored.. The bore is near mint. Grips are near mint. Functions properly and appears near new. An extremely rare Colt and rarely found in any condition. Gun comes with a proper era box and end label but is numbered on bottom to another gun. There is no paperwork included. TDW 3,500 - 5,500

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2126 - (C) CUSTOM ENGRAVED DWM LUGER WITH IVORY GRIPS. Manufacturer: DWM Model: Luger Serial No. 766000-044 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, center toggle link marked “DWM” in script. Gun has 95% coverage of scroll and floral aftermarket engraving. Done by a master engraver. We could not find a signature on it. Ivory grip panels. CONDITION: Gun retains 98% of the aftermarket blue finish and 95% straw small parts. Fair bore with sharp lands and grooves. A very attractive contemporary engraved Luger. 3,000 - 5,000

2127 - (C) COLT 1911 COMMERCIAL .45 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1923). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Commercial Serial No. C134874 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The 1911 platform has stood the test of time. This is a great example of a Colt Commercial M1911 Government Model that was manufactured in 1923 based upon the serial number search in the Colt Database. With tight timing and outstanding manufacturing the M1911 became very popular and Colt decided to market a commercial version. On the left side of the pistol slide shows a two block text reading, “COLT’S PT F.A. MFG. Co. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. PAT’D APR.20,1897. SEPT. 9, 1902. DEC. 19, 1905. FEB. 14. 1011. AUG. 19, 1913”. The right side of the slide below the ejection port reads, “COLT AUTOMATIC CALIBRE.45” with the Colt Rampant horse logo towards the bore axis and not behind the slide serration which was found in the late 1913 and early 1914 models. This pistol comes with the original high polish blue finish and diamond checkered walnut grips. The pistol also has rounded front and back sights and one pinned half-tone tempered magazine. CONDITION: Firearm slide retains 80%-90% of the original bluing with light wear towards the front of the muzzle, front of grip, and on the trigger. The original grips are still textured nicely. Right grip has one small indent. The barrel still retains sharp rifling and all parts function properly. Slide stop, plug, magazine release, safety lock and hammer all retain great texture. This is overall a very nice 1911 with light wear and tight tolerances. SS 3,000 - 4,000

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2128 - (C) DWM 1908 1ST ISSUE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1908 Luger Serial No. 104A Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured for the German military by DWM. FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight and V notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, and front toggle link marked “DWM” in script. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. Correct type of magazine but numbered 4573l. Comes in a World War I black holster. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 94% of the original factory applied rust blue finish. Factory straw color is 70%. The checkered grips show just a bit of handling and storage marks with no chips or cracks. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. This gun escaped being sent back to the factory and having a hold open device added, which makes it a very scarce variation. Gun is also unit marked “B.M.S.9.” witch is for the “ Bavarian Military Gunnery School” gun number 9. Holster has been dyed black. Holster dated 1915 and has a maker mark under the flap. The leather strap for the buckle has been broken off. Leather is pliable and all the stitching is tight. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. REW 2,000 - 2,500

2129 - (C) VERY FINE COLT 1911A1 WORLD WAR II .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL MADE IN 1944 WITH BRITISH PROOFS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 1643321 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. GHD inspected. Correct Colt World War II barrel has British markings on the right side, visible from the ejection port in the slide. Also marked with a British crown proof on the right side of the slide and frame. Made in 1944. Proper “C-S” marked magazine. CONDITION: Retains 97%+ original finish overall with some light handling marks. Fine original grips. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

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2130 - (C) VERY FINE COLT WORLD WAR II MODEL 1903 US PROPERTY BRITISH LEND LEASE .32 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1903 Serial No. 564956 Caliber/Bore: .32 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1942. Shipped to England under the lend lease program in World War II. Parkerized finish. “U.S. PROPERTY” marked on the right side of the frame. British proofed on the right side of the frame, slide, and barrel. Checkered wood grips with Colt medallion at the top on each side. Magazine is blued with Colt marking on floorplate. Accompanied by the original brown cardboard box with the serial number of the gun written on both the lid and bottom. Also included is the original manual, parkerized steel cleaning rod and grade-C paper. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 98%+ with just a few small handling marks. Face of bolt shows no cartridge marks, same goes for the cartridge feed ramp and chamber. Markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Fine bore with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Box is solid, showing age with some scuff marks. GR 2,000 - 3,500

2131 - (C) VL&A MARKED LATE SHALLOW-MILLED LARGE RING MAUSER C96 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH STOCK Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 33907 Caliber/Bore: 7.63mm Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The left side of frame within the milled panel is stamped Von Lengerke & Detmold, New York. This model is often seen with this famous retailer stamp. The grips are the handsome gutta percha checkered style with monogram. Rear sight is graduated from 50-1000 meters. Has all visible matching numbers which includes the wooden stock. Has all proper German Imperial and Oberndorf proofs. Hammer is the highly desirable large ring variety. CONDITION: The gun retains approximately 65% original factory blue that is blending with soft patina and some minor age freckling on barrel. Grips are excellent. Extractor still has generous amounts of fire blue finish. Rifling is sharp. Nice dealer marked large ring Mauser. A period black leather flap holster that is unmarked also accompanies this pistol. DB 4,000 - 6,000

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2132 - (C) REMINGTON RAND MODEL 1911A1 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1943). Manufacturer: Remington Rand Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 947732 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Square notch rear sight, sloped front sight originally had serrations that are now filed off. High Standard barrel marked P on left lug, HS on right lug. Keyes grips from two batches with reinforcing rings. Checkered slide release, left side only safety, spurless hammer, magazine release, and arched mainspring housing with lanyard loop. Frame stamped with FJA proof, P proof. M.S. Little magazine. CONDITION: Very good as refinished. Some silvering to high edges and reciprocating areas. Typical scratch at slide release reinstallation point. Action works appropriately with a very good bore, bright and shiny with plenty of rifling and some evidence of use. EW 1,800 - 2,500

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2133 - (C) SCARCE WWII NAZI GERMAN PRODUCTION COMMERCIAL WALTHER P.38 9MM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 24264 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration with commercial war time Walther address on the left side of the slide and “MOD P38”. Serial number on slide is located on the top right side just behind the barrel. All numbers are matching. Brown Bakelite grips. “Experimental” copper colored finish to frame, the remainder of the parts are blued. Commercial Eagle/ N proofs on the barrel, slide and frame. It is estimated that only about 1,725 of these pistols were produced between late 1944 and February of 1945, with the majority of them ending up in Russia. To find an example in the United States is very difficult, especially in this condition. Not import marked. All numbers are matching. Accompanied by a “P.38v” marked magazine which is devoid of any military proofs. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Magazine may have been refinished. GR 1,750 - 2,250

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2134 - (C) 1968 WALTHER MODEL PP SPORT C .22LR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL, IN BOX. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PP Sport Serial No. 73029L Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 8 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a post-World War II produced Walther long barrel Model PP Sport. Made in West Germany and so marked on the left side of the frame. “68” date code on the barrel. Threaded muzzle with original thread protector. Long brown plastic grips. Adjustable rear sight. Single action only. Accompanied by the original matching box which lists the gun as a “Mod. SPORT-C”, which is most likely a factory error as this is a long barreled gun and should therefore read as a “Sport-L”. There is an “L” suffix on the serial number. The factory matching serial number is located on the end label. In the box is a spare magazine, factory test target, and twisted steel cleaning rod with brass bristles, and manual. CONDITION: Like new in box. Gun retains 96% original factory blue finish.. All markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Box is solid with all corners intact. GR 1,500 - 2,000 2135 - (C) EARLY POST-WAR COLT MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1947). Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1911A1 Serial No. C223003 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1947, Colt Commercial series 1911A1 Government model with “C” prefix serial number. checkered brown plastic factory colt grips with short milled serrated trigger, arched main spring housing and drift adjustable standard rear sight. Unmarked post war commercial barrel. High polish blue finish with subdued finish on top of slide. CONDITION, Very fine as refinished. Slight finish losses at corners of slide and small amount of corrosion in corners of mainspring housing and edged of trigger. Bore is excellent and functions properly. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

2136 - (C) REMINGTON RAND M1911A1 .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Rand Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 2427228 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Excellent example of a 1945 produced Remington Rand M1911A1. Gun is marked “M1911A1 U.S. Army”. F.J.A. marked along with a U.S. ordnance mark on the right side. Grips are original Keyes production. Magazine is of the Scoville contract. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish. Grips are excellent as well. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Magazine is very good as well. A fine example of a late production Remington Rand M1911A1. JA 1,500 - 1,750

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2137 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911A1 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1943). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 891677 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1943. Square notch rear sight, serrated slope front. Spurred checkered hammer. Checkered left side only safety, short trigger, magazine release, slide release, and arched mainspring housing with lanyard loop. Coltwood grips. Slide correctly numbered to frame underneath firing pin retaining plate. Barrel with “COLT 45 AUTO” on left side of chamber, “P” proof on left side of lug, “G” inspector mark in front of lug. Frame with P proof, and Ordnance Department stamp. Trigger guard with “41” “P” and “VP” proofs. Risdon magazine. CONDITION: Very good, still retaining the majority of its original parkerized finish. Vivid temper lines on the slide. Some silvering on reciprocating parts and at high edges from handling and operation. EW 1,500 - 2,500 2138 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT WOODSMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (Both) Woodsman Serial No. (A) 62462 (B) 108913 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 5/8” (B) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Lot consist of: (A) Colt Woodsman semi-automatic pistol. Manufactured in 1928. Factory blue finish with the original grip. Magazine is aftermarket. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore retains fair rifling. Magazine is excellent. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Woodsman semi-automatic pistol with box and extra magazine. Manufactured in 1937. Gun has been reblued at some point. Box is correct, but is not numbered. Both magazines are Colt marked. One is of the early style two tone finish. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its blue finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Magazines are very good. Mechanically fine. Box is fair with numerous rips and tears. JA 1,500 - 2,000

2139 - (C) MAUSER C96 BOLO BROOMHANDLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 544936 Caliber/Bore: 7.63 Mauser Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard Bolo configuration. All matching numbers on gun. Serrated wood grips. Accompanied by an original non-matching wood shoulder stock. CONDITION: The gun retains most of what appears to be the original dull blue finish. The fire blue parts appear to have been redone. Grips are very good with some light handling marks. Markings are clear. Bore has strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. Stock has been lightly cleaned and lightly refinished. Metal parts on stock have been refinished with some pitting on the attaching iron. GR 1,500 - 2,000 240

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2140 - (C+A) LOT OF THREE: LOT OF BELGIAN, SHARPS, AND REMINGTON COLLECTORS PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Belgian (B) Sharps (C) Remington Model: (A) Percussion (B) Derringer (C) 95 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 9756 (C) 810 Caliber/Bore: (A) .56 Rifled (B) .22 RF (C) .41 Short Barrel Length: (A) 8 “ (B) 2 - 1/2” (C) 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Belgian made unmarked percussion dueling type pistol with Damascus pattern octagon fine rifled barrel with bead front sight and notched rear. Engraved back action percussion lock with single trigger control. Walnut checkered stock with German silver hardware and swelled grip. Hinged shell inlay on butt for cap and ball storage. CONDITION: Fine condition with no visible repairs or restoration. Usage marks with good bore and mechanics. (B) C. Sharps four barrel deringer with blued barrels, brass frame and plain walnut wood grips. Circa 1850. CONDITON: Fading blue with brass turning a golden patina. (C) Remington Model 95 double deringer made circa 1910 with full nickel finish and walnut two piece grips. CONDITION: 80% original nickel with cleaned grips. Good mechanics and bore. DLM 1,500 - 2,200 2141 - (C) ERFURT P.08 LUGER (1914 DATED) SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: P.08 Serial No. 4265 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight and V notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, and center toggle link marked “ERFURT”. This is an all matching numbers gun including one of the magazines. Like most Erfurt Lugers every part is proofed including the grip screws. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 90% of the original factory applied rust blue finish with some slight high edge wear and holster wear. Factory straw small parts retain 80%. Wood checkered grips with a small chip under the thumb safety lever. The checkering shows minimal wear from handling and use. Fair bore with good lands and grooves; some frosting to the bore. Wood bottom magazine has had a crack repaired. Comes in a World War I leather hard-shell holster. Maker mark is present but unreadable. Nice holster with tight and serviceable stitching. Some slight crazing. Also comes with an extra nickel magazine numbered 2525f and an original proofed loading tool. Take down lever has had a field repair done to it. On page 61 of Jan Stills book “IMPERIAL LUGERS” it states that approximately 7,000 1914 Erfurt’s were produced. Making it the rarest of all the military Erfurt’s. A very hard gun to find in this condition. It would be a great addition to any luger collection. 1,500 - 2,000 2142 - (C) MAUSER S/42 G DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Luger Serial No. 4721e Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Mauser S/42 code “G” date Luger with holster and extra magazine. Gun is all matching, including the the magazine. Non import marked, and retaining the original waffenamts. Extra magazine does not match the gun, but is period correct. Holster is dated 1938 and is Nazi marked. CONDITION: Overall, very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with mild holster wear on the edges. Grips are excellent. Bore is not shiny, but does retain fair rifling. Magazines are very good. Holster is solid overall, but does have some white mold covering it. JA 1,400 - 1,800

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2143 - (C) MAUSER OBERNDORF C96 BROOMHANDLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK. Manufacturer: Mauser Oberndorf Model: C96 Broomhandle Serial No. 423108 Caliber/Bore: 7.63x25mm Mauser Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round barrel with post front sight, semi-automatic blow back action, 50-1000 meter rear tangent sight, ten round integral box magazine fed by a stripper clip, small ring hammer and two piece wood grips with 28 lines. All matching numbers. Crown “U” proof on left side of receiver and the top of the charging handle. “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF/N” on top of the chamber and “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF A.NECKAR” is on the right side at the rear of the action. CONDITION: Fair bore showing some wear. Gun retains approximately 90% of the original blue finish. Comes in a wood holster and stock. Stock is a modern reproduction and has two large cracks in it. 1,200 - 1,500 2144 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT SERIES 70 .45 ACP GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL AND A COLT ACE, SUB-1000 SERIAL NUMBER, ENGRAVED. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Government (B) Ace Serial No. (A) 70GO3930 (B) 898 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1970 with Millet white outline rear sight, red ramp “T” front sight. Collet bushing, Barrel with “COLT .45 AUTO / MK IV SERIES ‘70” over breech. Serrated controls, hammer, arched mainspring housing, and short trigger. “KY402-17-0430” electropencilled underneath right grip. Wood grips with silver Colt medallions. No magazine. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with sharp legends. Slide is turning a plum color. Some scattered marks from handling and operation. Action works correctly with a fine bore showing very light evidence of use. (B) Manufactured 1931, first year of production. Colt letter lists the gun as having shipped July 14, 1931 as a shipment of two to Fred Ingalls, with blue finish and unlisted stocks. This gun was subsequently plated and engraved, probably in the American Southwest, with florals. Front and rear straps roughly crosshatched. Checkered magazine release, slide release, left side only safety, and hammer. Flat mainspring housing. Adjustable rear sight, fixed serrated ramp front. Impressively thick mother of pearl grips. CONDITION: Fair as refinished. A significant amount of the refinish has flaked and mixed with patina and oxidation, giving the gun a dirty appearance. Bore is very good, with plenty of visible rifling and some light pitting. Action works appropriately. A neat pair of first year of production guns. EW 1,250 - 1,750 2145 - (M) LOT OF 3: SPRINGFIELD EMP 1911, GERMAN SIG SAUER P226, AND SIG SAUER P229 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Sig Arms (C) Sig Arms Model: (A) EMP (B) P229 (C) P226 Serial No. (A) EMP12242 (B) AD10794 (C) U504252 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Para (B) .40 S&W (C) 9mm Para Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 5/8” (C) 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Springfield EMP, standard configuration, two tone color configuration with satin slide and black frame, in a Springfield Armory blue plastic case, correctly numbered to gun, with associated paperwork, two additional magazines, plastic holster, and two pouch magazine pouch. CONDITION:Fine, retaining the majority of its factory finish with some scattered marks and rubs from handling. Fine bore and action. Functional manual mechanics. Accessories are fine. (B) Sig Sauer P229 with frame made in Germany, bar-and-dot sights, decocker, no manual safety. Comes in an unnumbered gray plastic Sig Sauer case with manual. CONDITION: Very fine, with some scattered marks and rubs from handling, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Fine bore and action, functional manual mechanics. Case is fine. (C) Sig Sauer P226 made in West Germany, bar-and-dot sight, decocker, no manual safety. Proofed on slide chin for 1994 from Kiel. Comes in an unnumbered gray plastic Sig Sauer case with manual and test target. CONDITION: Very fine, with some scattered marks and rubs from handling, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Slide rails are greased. Fine bore and action. Functional manual mechanics. Case is fine. EW 1,200 - 1,800 242

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2146 - (C) LUGER EFURT P08 DOUBLE DATE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: P08 Serial No. 8040s Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; Round barrel, dovetailed inverted V front sight, and V-notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, front toggle link marked “ERFURT”. Erfurt military markings on the right side of receiver. Crown RC marked on the front of the trigger guard and on the right side of the receiver. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. Interesting double date over the chamber “1917\18” CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 95% of the reapplied blue arsenal finish, straw small parts are 85%. Numbered checkered wood grip panels have sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Good bore with sharp lands and grooves but showing some light frosting in the grooves. Comes in a 1939 dated brown police style holster. This is an above average holster with tight and serviceable stitching. Also comes with an extra magazine that has been blued and has a reproduction wood bottom. REW 1,500 - 2,250 2147 - (C) LOT OF TWO: KONGSBERG COLT .45 ACP AND STAR 9MM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Kongsberg (B) Star Model: (A) Colt (B) Model B Serial No. (A) 30129 (B) 230863 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) 9mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Norwegian Model 1914 11.25mm/.45 ACP service pistol. Serial number 30129, phosphate finish with appropriate diamond pattern checkered walnut grips. Manufactured Norway in 1945 under license to Colt. Distinctive extended slide release. Frame slide, barrel, trigger, slide release safety, hammer, and main spring housing all numbered to gun. German Waffenamt found on left side of slide forward of legend. CONDITION: Very good as refinished. bore has very light frosting in grooves with bright lands. Magazine is correct however has been cleaned and is without finish. Action operates properly. Grips have been cleaned and refinished but look great. (B) Star Model B. caliber 9mm Largo. Spanish concept of the 1911 pistol without grip safety and internal extractor. CONDITION: Fair as refinished with heavy polish making markings light. Grips are sanded and refinished. Bore and mechanics are very good. TDW 1,200 - 1,800 2148 - (C) LOT OF TWO: DOUBLE DATE DWM LUGER & COMMERCIAL WALTHER P1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) DWM (B) Walther Model: (A) Luger (B) P1 Serial No. (A) 9873d (B) 298271 Caliber/Bore: (Both) 9mm Para Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) DWM Double Date Stamp Luger. Made in 1915 and then re-stamped in 1920 post-Treaty of Versailles. Gun has been reblued sometime after it made its way into the U.S. No import marks found on this gun. Mostly matching except for the ejector and magazine, which is aftermarket Erma production. Imperial German proofed and military acceptance marks are retained. Original wood grips. CONDITION. Overall very good. Re-blued finish is 95% with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear to the edges of the checkering. Bore is frosted with fair rifling. Magazine is near excellent. (B) Post-War Walther Model P1 with box and original magazine. Alloy frame with a “11/63” dated slide. Frame is German proofed and reads “Made in West Germany”. Magazines are marked “P38”. Manual and cleaning spoon are included in the box. CONDITION. Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent as well. Bore is clean overall. This handgun was most likely never fired after leaving the factory. Magazines and cleaning spoon are excellent. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. A nice pair of handguns for the range. JA 1,200 - 1,500

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2149 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT HUNTSMAN AND WOODSMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Huntsman (B) Woodsman Serial No. (A) 044930S (B) 037110S Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Colt Huntsman semi-automatic pistol with box. Manufactured in 1973. Factory blue finish with wood grips. Magazine is marked “Colt CAL .22LR” on the bottom. Box is original, but is not serialized to the gun. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine and box are excellent. (B) Colt Woodsman semi-automatic pistol with box. Manufactured in 1972. Factory blue finish with wood grips. Magazine is marked “Colt CAL .22LR” on the bottom. Box is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine and box are excellent. JA 1,200 - 1,500 2150 - (C) MAUSER BYF 42 P.08 LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 792f Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” Mauser BYF 42 Luger with holster and two magazines. Gun is all matching, with no import mark. Standard waffenamts accompany this gun, holster and magazines. Magazines do not match the gun and are “XO” style. Brown leather holster is dated 1940, and is most likely police issue. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original bluing with light holster wear in areas. Grips are very good with light wear to the checkering. Bore is shiny. Mechanically excellent. Magazines and holster are both very good with light wear. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2151 - (C) LOT OF FOUR: J.P SAUER AND SOHN 38H, HUNGARIAN FEMARU 37M, SAUER AND SON 1913, AND SAUER AND SOHN 1919 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) JP Sauer And Sohn (B) Femaru (C) JP Sauer and Sohn (D) JP Sauer and Sohn Model: (A) Eagle (B) 37 (C) 1913 (C) 1919 Serial No. (A) 383582 (B) 57393 (C) 28540 (D) 17276 Caliber/Bore: (A&B&C) .32 ACP (D) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/8” (B) 3 - 3/4” (C) 3” (D) 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) J.P. Sauer and Sohn 38H German police gun with holster. Gun retains its waffenamts and is not import marked. Magazine will not drop out of the gun and will be need to be removed. Holster is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine, with the exception of the magazine not being able to drop free. Holster is fair, with plenty of wear and a hole on the magazine compartment. (B) Nazi marked Hungarian Femaru 37M. Gun retains its waffenamts and is not import marked. Gun is matching except the magazine. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light wear. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling left. Magazine is very good. Mechanically excellent. (C) Sauer and Sohn 1913. Magazine is original to the gun. Retains its German commercial proofs. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with a good amount of holster wear on the gun. Grips are very good. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent, as it the magazine. (D) Sauer and Sohn 1919. Magazine is original to the gun. Retains its German commercial proofs. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with a good amount of holster wear on the gun. Grips are very good. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically excellent, as it the magazine. JA 1,000 - 1,500 244

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2152 - (C) MAUSER BYF-43 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P38 Serial No. 2133r Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Black Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 135 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Eight-round detachable box magazine with a WaA135. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 95% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. Comes in a minty flap holster. Holster is an original and is marked “bdr44” and a WaA80 Waffenamt. Nice stitching that is tight and serviceable. REW 1,400 - 1,900 2153 - (M) COLT NATIONAL MATCH SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: National Match Serial No. 28922NM Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern 1968 vintage National Match .45 ACP. Elliason adjustable rear sight. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. Correct Colt marked clip. CONDITION: Near mint condition with most all bright Colt blue remaining. Grips are near mint showing little wear. Bore is near mint, bright and clean. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 2154 - (C) TWO FINE COLT FIREARMS, ONE 1908 AND ONE COBRA. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1908 Hammerless (B) Cobra Serial No. (A) 267138 (B) A81526 Caliber/Bore: (A) .25 Auto (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 2” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A)Colt Model 1908 .25 caliber semi-automatic pistol. Made in 1920. Features blue finish with Colt logo hard rubber grips and case colored grip safety and trigger. Comes with one original Colt two tone tempered magazine. Also comes with near mint scarce Audley holster. CONDITION: Has high edge wear and few handling marks but still retains at least 95% of its original Colt factory blue finish with a fine bore and action. (B) Colt Cobra Double Action Revolver. A member of the famous snake series. Made in 1969 with a 2” barrel, fixed sight, blue finish, silver medallion checkered walnut grips and alloy frame. CONDITION: Has few spots of edge-wear. The silver medallion checkered walnut grips are excellent. EW 1,000 - 1,500 2155 - (M) BOXED WALTHER MODEL P-38 IN .22 CALIBER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 329447 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in 1970. 5 inch barrel with black anodized ally frame. Fixed blade and notch sights, Walther banner and two-line address on left side of slide, Interarms logo on right side of slide, standard German proofs and “70” proof date on trigger guard. CONDITION: 98% overall with just a hint of high edge handling wear. Comes in period matching two piece cardboard box instruction booklet. A fairly scarce pistol that is standard in all respects. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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2156 - (C) COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO: COLT 1908 .380 AND .25 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOLS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1908 Serial No. (A) 71883 (B) 237910 Caliber/Bore: (A) .380 ACP (B) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1908 .380 Hammerless manufactured 1911. Blue finish with contemporary faux ivory grips. CONDITION: Excellent with over 95% vivid factory finish remaining. Matching serial numbers observed on slide and frame. Bore is excellent and mechanics are proper functioning. Proper Colt marked two tone magazine. (B) Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless .25. Blue finish with case colored safeties and trigger. Two tone magazine and Colt monogram hard rubber grips. Manufactured 1920. CONDITION: Excellent with over 95% blue finish remaining. Finish loss is at slide front and edge wear from carry. Bore is excellent as are mechanics. Numbers matching gun in very fine condition. 1,000 - 1,400 2157 - (M) CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT OFFICERS .45 ACP PISTOL WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: MK IV Officers ACP Serial No. FA22694 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Custom engraved in what would equate to a factory “C” coverage. Embellished in a tight scroll and vine pattern with dot punch back ground on left and right sides. A fine chiseled rope type border is chased down both fore and aft of grips panels. Finished in a stain nickel finish and mounted with factory fixed sights. Round commander pattern hammer and fitted with diamond pattern rubber grips. Signed under left grips “WEL14” by unknown engraver. The work is very masterfully done and presents itself extremely well. CONDITION: Very fine with no evidence of use. Displayed in a blue velvet lined COLT marked wooden display case. 1,000 - 1,500 2158 - (C) COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1951). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 248409C Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1951 with original magazine and box with brush. Standard combat sights. Commercial slide markings. Barrel with “COLT .45 AUTO” on top of breech. Colt commercial magazine. Frame with “E”, VP, and “95” proofs. “R” stamp at top of frame near disconnector hole. Serrated short curved trigger, slide release, left side safety, and arched mainspring housing. Checkered hammer with polished sides. Polymer grips with Colt medallion integral to mold and scoop lightening. Comes with a Colt box maroon box with gold and green label on left side, pony in top lid, bore brush, and Colt information on bottom. Top lid with serial number and “Sgt / Gallagher”. Gun has preservative grease throughout, especially internally. CONDITION: Very fine, showing some very light markings from handling and operation, retains the vast majority of its blue finish with a few minor scattered rubs, mostly on chin and top of slide. Action works appropriately. Bore is very good, preservative in barrel has attracted some dirt over time; rifling is quite crisp. Box is poor, with top lid detached and two aprons missing. Peeling in places with several tears. EW 1,000 - 1,500 246

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2159 - (C) LOT OF 2: (A) COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (B) COLT NEW SERVICE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A)(B) Colt Model: (A) Model 1903; (B) New Service Serial No. (A) 2738; (B) 21163 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Rimless Smokeless; (B) .45 LC Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4”; (B) 7 - 7/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A) Colt 1903 3 - 1/2” barrel with .32 ACP eight-shot magazine. CONDITION: Fair overall with no original finish remaining. Turning mostly a grey/brown patina. Dark pitted bore. Action functions properly. B) Colt New Service Revolver serial number 21163, manufactured in 1909. Chambered in .45 LC. Blue with imitation “pearl-like” two-piece grips. CONDITION: Fair overall, completely refinished. Replaced barrel. Over-buffed removing barrel and frame markings. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,400 2160 - (C) MAUSER BYF-43 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P38 Serial No. 6591i Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Brown Bakelite two piece grips. Correct eagle 135 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U notch rear sight. Eight round detachable box magazine with a jvd mark and a WaA706. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 85% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear and thinning front strap. Fair bore showing some wear and frosting. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. Comes in a hard shell holster with extra magazine marked WaA359. Holster is an original and is marked “gxy 1943” and a WaA706 Waffenamt. Nice stitching that is tight and serviceable. The lifting strap has been removed from the inside of the holster. REW 1,400 - 1,900 2161 - (C) FINE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN CYQ SPREEWERKE P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL, WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Spreewerke Model: P38 Serial No. 666T Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. eagle/88 inspected. Black Bakelite grips. All matching numbers. “jvd” marked magazine. Accompanied by a black leather clam shell holster with a spare eagle/135 inspected magazine. Holster is marked on back “cey/ 42/ WaA920”. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall with some light handling marks. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Fine bore with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is solid with strong stitching and scuff marks. GR 1,400 - 1,900

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2162 - (C) WALTHER AC-45 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 4742a Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Brown Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenampts on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Eight-round detachable box magazine with jvd code. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 95% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. Comes in a minty flap holster with an extra magazine. Holster is an original and is marked “45”, with nice stitching that is tight and serviceable. REW 1,400 - 1,900

2163 - (C) MAUSER BYF-42 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P38 Serial No. 4774 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Black Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 135 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Eight-round detachable box magazine with jvd code and a WaA700. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 95% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. Comes in a minty flap holster with an extra magazine. Holster is an original and is marked “gxy 1944”. Nice stitching that is tight and serviceable. REW 1,400 - 1,900

2164 - (C) NAZI MARKED BROWNING HIGH POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: FN Model: Hi-Power Serial No. 194361 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Fixed front and dovetailed rear sight, exposed hammer, wood checkered grip panels and a semi-automatic blow back action. WaA140 waffenamt. Made between December 1942 and August 1944. CONDITION: Retains approximately 94% of the factory original applied blue finish. With just a bit of high edge wear and holster wear. Fair bore showing some frosting in the grooves. Correct WaA140 marked magazine. Comes in a brown flap holster marked “epf 1942” with a WaA195 waffenamt. Some scuffing on the holster all stitching is tight and serviceable. REW 1,000 - 1,500

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2165 - (C) LOT OF TWO WORLD WAR II MILITARY PISTOLS: WALTHER P38 AC 42 9MM PISTOL & SMITH & WESSON VICTORY .38 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) S&W Model: (A) P.38 (B) Victory Serial No. (A) 2249c (B) V131306 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Luger (B) .38 SPL Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Walther World War II Nazi German P38. Marked on the left side of the slide “ac/ 42”. Chocolate Bakelite grips. Matching numbers. Eagle/359 inspected. Proper eagle/359 inspected magazine. Missing the rear sight and firing pin cover. CONDITION: Retains 85% original finish overall with some light surface rust here and there. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function, despite missing parts. (B) Smith & Wesson Victory model M&P. Flaming ordnance bomb located on bottom of grip. Parkerized type finish. 4” pinned barrel. 5 screw. Matching numbers. Plain wood grips. Lanyard ring in butt. Accompanied by a commercial brown leather swivel holster. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall with vivid case colors on hammer and trigger. Markings are clear. Grips have some wear and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is fine with light scuff marks and strong stitching. GR 1,000 - 1,500 2166 - (C) WALTHER MODEL 1932 OLYMPIA .22 LR TARGET SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN BOX. Manufacturer: Walther Model: 1932 Olympia Serial No. 5394 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is the model 1932 Olympia pistol. Checkered wood grips. Frame mounted weight. Crown/N commercial proofs. Made just prior to World War II. Checkered steel front grip strap. The magazine in the gun has “43” stamped into the right side. Accompanied by a period banner Walther box, spare magazine and brass cleaning rod. Spare magazine has “371” stamped into the right side, and has an original cartridge block in it to limit capacity. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall. All markings are clear. Wood grips are fine with some light dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Box has duct tape on all 4 sides of both the body and the lid. GR 1,000 - 1,500 2167 - (C) DWM 1923 COMMERCIAL LUGER .30 CALIBER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Simpson Model: 1923 Commercial Serial No. 81346 Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN” on the left side, front toggle link marked “DWM” in script. “(Crown) N” commercial proofs on the front toggle link, barrel and left side of receiver. CONDITION: All matching numbers gun. Gun retains approximately 85% of the original factory blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear and wear on the front and rear straps. Straw small parts are 90%. Non-numbered and unrelieved firing pin. “GERMANY” export mark on right side of receiver. Sharp checkered wood grips that show very minimal handling marks. No chips or cracks in the wood. Grips are unnumbered. Correct eight round nickel magazine with wood bottom. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. RW 1,000 - 1,500

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2168 - (M) LOT OF TWO BERETTA SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, ONE WILSON COMBAT TUNED AND AN M9A3. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) 92G (B) M9A3 Serial No. (A) WC2402 (B) BO13981Z Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Beretta 92G Brigadier Tactical as modified by Wilson Combat. Trijicon tritium front sight, U notch rear sight, Wilson Combat medallion G10 dirty olive grips, lightweight hammer, and crowned barrel. Comes with serial number matching slipcase. CONDITION: Very good retaining the vast majority of finish with some light evidence of use. Works properly with a very good bore showing evidence of use. (B) Beretta M9A3 in standard configuration with threaded barrel, Vertec frame, checkered G10 grips. Comes in M9A3 carrying case and cardboard box with two extra magazines, extra wraparound grip, extra factory FDE grip scales, O-ring and factory paperwork. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with some light evidence of use. Works properly with a very good bore showing some evidence of use. EW 1,000 - 1,500

2169 - (C) COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET .22 LR SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Match Target Serial No. 239711S Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Woodsman Match Target semi-automatic handgun with aftermarket case. Serial number dates this gun to 1968. Original blued finish and wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. Magazine is original Colt marked as well. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear on the edges. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore has crisp rifling. magazine is excellent. Case is good. A nice Colt for your collection. JA 1,000 - 1,300

2170 - (C) ERFURT LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH ERFURT HOLSTER AND BELT. Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: Luger Serial No. 8811N Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Erfurt 1918 Dated Luger with Erfurt Holster and World War One German Belt. Original wood grips. Gun has Imperial German proofs. Numbers match on the gun, but the magazine is unmarked and appears to be aftermarket. Gun is non import marked, making it a probable “bringback”. Holster is marked “L.Z.A./ Erfurt” on the back. There is some writing on the inside flap of the holster, possibly a name. CONDITION: Overall good. Gun retains 75% of its original finish with general holster wear throughout. Grips are very good with wear on the edges. Magazine is fair with a loose floorplate. Holster is good, but the strap is missing its end. Belt is good with period correct wear. A nice Luger for your World War One collection. JA 1,000 - 1,500 250

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2171 - (C) DWM MODEL 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER .30 CALIBER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1920 Serial No. 8068k Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by DWM in the interim between World War I & World War II, many of these pistols were chambered in .30 Luger to comply with the Treaty of Versailles and exported to various nations for commercial sales. While many were newly manufactured, some examples were military reworks, and were scrubbed of their military proofmarks. This example has no date of manufacture marking over the chamber and only retains the “DWM” monogram on the toggle, as well as the vertical crown “N” nitro proof on the left of the receiver. Matching numbers include the frame, barrel, trigger, trigger sideplate, locking bolt, and recoil lever. Checkered walnut grips are unnumbered. Germany import stamp present on the front of frame and on bottom of magazine. CONDITION: Metal components retain bountiful amounts of applied blue finish. Strawed components retain little finish and show thinning all around. Bore is bright, with small areas of cleaned pitting on the lands and grooves. Checkered wood grips are excellent, showing little smoothing and wear to checkering. Overall, a fine interwar manufactured Luger. MW 1,000 - 1,500

2172 - (M) COLT 1911 GOLD CUP .45 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Gold Cup Serial No. 1057NRA Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Colt 1911 Gold Cup NRA Centennial edition with display case. Manufactured in 1971. Adjustable rear sight and trigger. National Match barrel. Magazine is marked “Colt/.45 Auto” on the bottom. Felt lined display case is factory and includes a commemorative medallion. Also include are a manual, test target and tools. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore retains good rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is excellent. Case is excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,500

2173 - (C) MAUSER C96 BROOMHANDLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 236749 Caliber/Bore: 7.63 Mauser Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Standard configuration. Crown/U commercial proofs. All matching numbers on gun including grips and floor plate. Accompanied by an unmarked but original wood shoulder stock/holster that fits the gun well in both purposes. CONDITION: Retains 65% thin original blue. All markings are sharp and clear. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Wood grips are very good showing some wear. Fine mechanical function. Stock is very good with some dings and handling marks. Some rust and pitting on the metal parts. GR 1,000 - 2,000

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2174 - (C) LOT OF TWO: WALTHER AND COLT SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) Colt Model: (A) 8 (B) 1908 Serial No. (A) 702373 (B) 75075 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 7/8” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Walther Model 8 .25 ACP/6.35 Pocket. Blue finish with Walther commercial hard rubber grips. Considered by many to be the finest pocket auto ever produced. Blue finish, single action. CONDITION: Very good with excellent bore and action. Blue finish is lightly worn at grip straps from carry and leading edges of slide. (B) Colt Model 1908 .25 ACP Pocket automatic. Blue finish with Colt monogram Mother of Pearl grips. Non-factory engraved in a scroll pattern with dot punch background. Manufactured 1912. Accompanied by a factory letter indicating the gun shipped October 4th, 1912, to L.F. Reyna, in a shipment of one, as a .25 ACP with 2” barrel, blue finish. Address unavailable. CONDITION: Good with moderate finish loss and light pitting from carry on right side of slide. Grips are very fine with small repair at heel. Action operates properly. Bore is good. Comes in glass display case. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 2175 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO POST WORLD WAR II COMMERCIAL AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER P.018 SEMI AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOLS IN BOXES, MAUSER & MITCHELL 1993. Manufacturer: (A) Mauser (B) Mitchell Model: (BOTH) Luger Serial No. (A) 11002679 (B) 7372 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Luger Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Mauser made gun, imported by InterArms. Standard American Eagle configuration with grip safety. Checkered wood grips. Comes in the matching original cardboard box with a total of two magazines, cleaning rod, tool and bronze Mauser plaque. CONDITION: Retains 98% finish with minor handling marks. All markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with some slight wear. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Box has some tape repairs but is otherwise solid. (B) Mitchell Arms American Eagle with a 1993 chamber date. Made by SPM Inc in Houston Texas. Standard configuration. Stainless steel. Checkered wood grips. Comes in the matching box with a total of two wood bottom magazines, original paperwork. CONDITION: Very fine with minor handling marks. Markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Box is very good. GR 1,000 - 2,000 2176 - (C) COLT “SUPER 38” .38 SUPER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Super 38 Serial No. 196040 Caliber/Bore: .38 Super Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1969. Standard combat sights, left side of slide with Super .38 rollmark, right side with address, serrated slide release, safety, short trigger, and mainspring housing. Proper style hammer. Plastic grips with Rampant Colt logo. CONDITION: Fine as reblued, retaining the vast majority of the refinish. Bore is fine, action works properly. Grips show some distress and cracking around screws. EW 1,000 - 1,500 252

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2177 - (C) SPREEWERK CYQ P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Spreewerk Model: P38 Serial No. 8227v Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Brown Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 88 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Correct eight-round detachable box magazine that is marked “jvd”. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 90% of the original applied blue finish. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. REW 900 - 1,400 2178 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT 1903 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 194692 (B) 126304 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 Rimless Smokeless Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Serial number 194692 manufactured in 1916. Standard configuration. Hammerless with 3 - 3/4” barrel. .32 ACP caliber. Two-piece checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 95% bright original blue. Sharp checkering on grips. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. (B) Serial number 126304 manufactured in 1912. Standard configuration. Hammerless with 3 - 3/4” barrel. .32 ACP caliber. Two-piece hard rubber grips with rampant Colt motif. CONDITION: Fine overall with 90% bright original blue with scattered light corrosion showing moderate wear. Bore is fine with some darkening. Grips are near fine, showing moderate wear. -MKS900 - 1,200 2179 - LOT OF THREE: THREE SMITH AND WESSON SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, TWO 4006 TSWS AND 4043 TSW. Manufacturer: (ALL) Smith and Wesson Model: (A&B) 4006TSW (B) 4043TSW Serial No. (A) CHP6631 (B) CHP1391 (C) BAW9598 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .40 S&W Barrel Length: (ALL) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Smith and Wesson 4006 TSW California Highway Patrol marked semi-automatic handgun with shipping box and three additional magazines. Original stainless finish with original Smith and Wesson marked rubber grip. Novak sights and and an integrated rail is located underneath the frame. These were recently sold as surplus by the California Highway Patrol. Shipping box is numbered to the gun. All magazines are original stainless Smith and Wesson and appear to hold 11 rounds. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with signs of holster wear and scratches. Grip has extensive wear on the right side, most likely from holstering. Bore with generous rifling left. Magazines are very good with light wear. (B) Smith and Wesson 4006 TSW California Highway Patrol marked semi-automatic handgun. Original stainless finish with original Smith and Wesson marked rubber grip. Novak sights and and an integrated rail is located underneath the frame. These were recently sold as surplus by the California Highway Patrol. Stainless magazine is original Smith and Wesson 11 round capacity. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with signs of holster wear and scratches. Grip has extensive wear on the right side, most likely from holstering. Bore with generous rifling left. Magazine is very good with light wear. (C) Smith and Wesson 4043 TSW semi-automatic handgun. Original stainless steel finish and hard plastic grips. Novak sights and accessory rail under the frame. Stainless magazine is original Smith and Wesson 11 round capacity. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with signs of holster wear and scratches. Grip is very good with light handling marks. Bore with generous rifling left. Magazine is very good with light wear. An interesting group of Smith and Wesson handguns for the range. JA 900 - 1,200

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2180 - (C+M) LOT OF THREE: THREE BERETTA SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Beretta Model: (A) M9A1 (B) 9000 S (C) 950B Serial No. (A) BER642509 (B) SZSZ004167 (C) C99793 Caliber/Bore: (A&B) 9mm (C) .22 Short Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 1/2” (C) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Beretta 92FS Compact L “M9A1” with original case and extra mag. Stainless finish with rubber Hogue grips. Standard 1913 rail on the frame. Extra mag appears to be for a Beretta 93R. CONDITION: Overall very good. Finish is 90% with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Magazines are excellent. Case is excellent. (B) Beretta 9000 S with original case and manual. Classic Beretta open slide design. Type D model meaning double action only. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish. Frame is very good. Bore has sharp rifling. Magazine is excellent. Case is excellent. (C) Beretta 950 B with original box. Hard to find long barrel. Classic “flip up” breech. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original blue finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Magazine and box are excellent as well. A great trio of Beretta handguns for the range. JA 900 - 1,300 2181 - (C) LOT OF TWO WALTHER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS IMPORTED BY INTERARMS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Walther Model: (A) PP (B) PPK/S Serial No. (A) 45366LR (B) 123190S Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Walther PP with case. Imported by Interarms with German proofs. Marked “Made in W. Germany” on the slide. Blued finish with plastic grips. Comes with two magazines total, both of which are unmarked. Case is serial matching to the gun. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95+% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are excellent, as is the case. (B) Walther PPK/S with case. Imported by Interarms with German proofs. Marked “Made in W.Germany” on the slide. Blued finish with plastic grips. Comes with two magazines total, both of which are unmarked. Case is serial matching to the gun, and includes the original paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95+% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are excellent, as is the case. JA 900 - 1,300 2182 - (M) LOT OF TWO: KIMBER AND PARA ORDNANCE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Kimber (B) Para Ordnance Model: (A) 1911 Gold Cup (B) Warthog Serial No. (A) K071572 (B) P159632 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 3” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Kimber Classic Gold Match 1911 style handgun with original case, extra magazine, and grips. Blued finish with redwood grips. Adjustable rear sight with a match style trigger. Magazines are unmarked. Extra grips are pearl white and appear to be aftermarket. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks in areas. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Magazines are excellent, as are the extra set of grips. Case is very good with light wear. (B) Para Ordnance Warthog 1911 style handgun with case and extra magazine. Stainless finish with black plastic grips. Night sights. Both magazines are factory Para Ordnance. Case is numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with generous rifling. Magazines are excellent, as is the case. A nice pair of 1911 style handguns for the range. JA 900 - 1,400 254

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2183 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING .25ACP BABY SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS WITH CASES. Manufacturer: (Both) Browning Model: (Both) Baby Serial No. (A) 359146 (B) 339578 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1966. Belgian Browning Baby Pocket in .25 ACP. Blue finish with Browning plastic grips and original Browning Black zipper case. CONDITION: Excellent as restored. Excellent bore and mechanics. Case is equally fine. (B) Manufactured 1966. Belgian Browning Baby Pocket .25 ACP pistol with blue finish and black plastic Browning grips. Comes in Browning black zipper case. CONDITION: Nearly new with just a trace of edge wear on base of slide. Bore and mechanics are excellent and indicates no actual use. Zipper case is as new. TDW 900 - 1,200

2184 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE STAR SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Star Model: (A) Super (B) BD (C) F Serial No. (A) 314847 (B) 29108 (C) 400817 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Largo (B) 9mm Luger (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 3 - 3/4” (C) 4 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Star Super 9mm Largo with aftermarket checkered walnut grips, three magazines, two 25 round boxes of Largo ammunition and aftermarket barrel for firing 9mm Para. Import marked. CONDITION: Very good as customized with grips and additional barrel. Bore is excellent and action operates properly. Spare barrel appears new. Comes in newer kraft style box with Interarms label. (B) Star model BM 9mm Para with blue finish, black checkered synthetic grips and drift adjustable rear sight. Import marked. Comes in original numbered box. CONDITION: Very good with little actual use other than finish loss on backstrap from carry. Bore is excellent. Grips are very good although slightly worn. Action operates properly. Box is good with hand written serial number on end. (C) Star Model F .22 Sport Pistol with thumb rest, target grip, and factory color picture box. Blue finish with drift adjustable sights. CONDITION: Good with mild surface corrosion from poor storage. Bore is excellent, action operates smoothly. Gun would probably clean up very well. Box is very fine. TDW 900 - 1,300

2185 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER 1921 POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marble Model: Game Getter 1921 Serial No. 19137 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 RF (U) .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The Model 1921 version of Webster Marble’s brilliantly designed “minimalist” folding “pack gun”. Serial number 19137. British proof marks on right barrel lug and frame. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 caliber and bottom barrel chambered in .44 caliber smoothbore. Marked on right side of barrel lug “UPPER BARREL .22 S.L.L.R & N.R.A. LOWER BARREL .44 GG & .410 2”1/2” left barrel lug marked in script “-MARBLES-” and three line block letters “GAME GETTER GUN/MARBLES ARMS & MFG.CO./GLADSTONE,MICH.U.S.A.” Small bead front and rear “V” notch with fold down “peep” sight. Matte blue finish with case hardened hammer and trigger. Two piece walnut grips. Folding nickel plated stock. CONDITION: Fine overall with 80-90% thinning blue mixed with patina. Moderate wear to grips. Minimum wear on folding stock. Action is tight and crisp. Excellent bores, clean and bright. Overall a fine example. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS800 - 1,600

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2186 - (M) THOMPSON CENTER ARMS CONTENDER .256 WINCHESTER SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: Thompson Center Arms Model: Contender Serial No. 2059 Caliber/Bore: .256 Winchester Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Modern

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Thompson Center Arms Contender with two extra barrels, scope and case. Custom grip with metal plate screwed to the bottom. Frame is inscribed with a mountain lion. Beeman “Blue Ribbon” scope. Barrels included are “.256 Win”, “.357 Mag” and “.22 WMR”. All extra barrels have their factory open sights An extra hand-guard is also included. Case is aftermarket and is animal print lined. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original blued finish with light handling marks. Grip is very good with light handling marks and scratches. Bore is clean with generous rifling. Scope is good and clear. Both other barrels have good bluing, retaining 90% of their original finish. The bores with generous rifling left. Extra handguard is excellent. Case is very good with light wear in areas. A nice Contender for the range or hunting. JA 800 - 1,200 2187 - (C) LOT OF TWO: RUGER MODEL 22 .22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL AND RUGER SINGLE SIX .22 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) Ruger (B) Ruger Model: (A) 22 (B) Single Six Serial No. (A) 6177 (B) 7227 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Ruger Standard Semi-Automatic Pistol with box and manual. CONDITION: Very good over all with almost all of the original factory finish remaining. Some very light storage and handling marks throughout from the strain of time. Bore with sharp lands and grooves. (B) Unconverted Ruger Single Six Single Action Revolver. CONDITION: Fair to good, with handling and storage marks throughout. Fairly deep improper handling mark on bottom of grip frame. Almost all of factory finish remaining, with wear on top strap. Bore has sharp lands and grooves. Cylinder has ghost of a drag line and locks up tightly. TN 800 - 1,200 2188 - (M) COP 4 BARREL PISTOL WITH CASE Manufacturer: COP Model: 4 Barrel Serial No. 12126 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special / .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Cop 4 Barrel derringer with case. Stainless steel finish. Case is serial numbered to the gun and includes an original manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Mechanically excellent. Box is good with wear and handling marks on the edges. JA 800 - 1,200

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2189 - (C) FINE SPREEWERKE CYQ WWII NAZI GERMAN P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Spreewerke Model: P38 Serial No. 1037A Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Eagle 88 inspected. Brown Bakelite grips. All matching numbers. Accompanied by a total of two magazines, one of which is marked “jvd” on the spine and “P38/ U” on the left side. The other magazine is marked “jvd” on the spine and simply “P38” on the left side. Both are WaA706 inspected. Black leather flap holster with brown belt loops, marked “joa/ 1943/ WaA706” & “P38”. Has a name and number written in ink on the inside of the flap. CONDITION: Gun retains 90% finish overall with some wear on the high point, front strap and barrel. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is good showing some wear and minor pitting with visible rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is fine with strong stitching and come scuff marks. GR 1,200 - 1,600 2190 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING HI POWERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Browning Model: (Both) Hi Powers Serial No. (A) 245NZ62938; (B) 245PY02163 Caliber/Bore: (Both) 9mm Luger Barrel Length: (Both) 4-5/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Belgian manufactured gun, but assembled in Portugal. Serial number dates this gun to 1991. Metal looks to have been refinished at some time. Aftermarket rubber grip and sights. Magazine safety is intact. No magazine is included with gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its black finish with light wear on surface edges. Grip is good with light wear. Bore is clean with crisp rifling left. (B) Serial number dates this gun to 1982. Original blued finish and wood grips. Belgian made gun. Magazine safety is intact. No magazine included with this gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light scratches and handling marks in areas. There are two spots of freckling on the slide. Grips are excellent. Bore is shiny with crisp rifling. A nice pair of Hi-Power’s for the range or your collection. JA 800 - 1,200 2191 - (C) DWM 1921 DATED P.08 SEMI AUTOMATIC .30 LUGER PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1921 Serial No. 7123i Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” Receiver was manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM). “1921” stamped over chamber. Metal components have been reblued, with the frame and barrel being a dark matte blue and the receiver displaying a glossy blue finish. Matching numbers include the frame, barrel, trigger sideplate, trigger, breechblock, and toggle link. Crown over “N” Nitro proof on left side of receiver and on forward toggle link, with a “GERMANY” export stamp on the right side. Rear of frame is marked “Kreighoff Suhl”, which is partially worn away under finish. Checkered wood grips are poorly fit. CONDITION: Metal components retain ample amounts of reapplied blue finishes with minute areas of wear. Checkered wood grips have been mostly worn smooth and show indentations on either side. Bore shows cleaned areas of light pitting, but remains bright and retains strong rifling throughout. A fine refinished P.08 that would make for an fine example to bring to the range. MW 800 - 1,200

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2192 - (C) 1918 ERFURT MODEL P-08 LUGER 9MM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: P-08 Serial No. 6865m Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN”, front toggle link marked “CROWN ERFURT”. 1918 stamped over the chamber. This gun is a Simpson rework. It has a crown N marked barrel and an Eagle 6 Simpson proof mark on the right side of the receiver. CONDITION: Mostly matching numbers but the magazine and grips. Magazine bottom has a crack. Wood checkered grips that show some wear, but have no chips or cracks. Gun retains approximately 50% of the arsenal reapplied blue finish. 30% straw color on small parts. Finish has turned into a even brown patina. Barrel has some frosting with fair lands and grooves. RW 800 - 1,200 2193 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT SEMI-AUTOMATIC HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1911 Series 80 (B) Mustang Pocketlite Serial No. (A) FR06209 (B) PL32934 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm (B) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 2 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern (A) Colt Government Model 1911 Series 80 with original plastic case, extra magazine and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1991. Aftermarket grips, hammer and grip extension. Magazine are marked “Colt/Cal 9mm Luger”. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with generous rifling. Magazines are excellent. Case is excellent. (B) Colt Mustang Pocketlite with aftermarket case. Serial number dates this gun to 1994. Handgun appears to have been refinished with a matte black paint. Slide is blued. Original colt grips and magazine. Case is actually for a camera. CONDITION: Good overall. Metal retains 75% of its original finish with wear and handling marks in areas. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore is dirty with fair rifling left. Gun shows signs of extensive use. Case is good. A nice pair of Colts for the range. JA 800 - 1,000 2194 - (C) WALTHER PPK SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PPK Serial No. 108510LR Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Walther PPK with box. Marked “Made in West-Germany” on the left side of the frame, with typical German proofs. Blued finish with plastic grips. Comes with two magazines total. Both magazines are not marked. Box is serialized to the gun and includes the original manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are excellent. Box is fair, being re-taped at some point in time. JA 800 - 1,200

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2195 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT MODEL 1903 .32 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL AND COLT POLICE POSITIVE .38 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1903 (B) Police Positive Serial No. (A) 255313 (B) 230213 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless semi-automatic pistol. Serial number dates this gun to 1917. Metal looks to have been reblued. Original Colt marked grips. Original two tone Colt marked magazine. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its blued finish. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with minimal rifling left. Magazine is very good. (B) Colt Police Positive revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1921. Serial number on the frame and cylinder match. Factory blued finish with original Colt grips. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear on the backstrap. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show slight wobble. Overall, a nice group of Colt handguns for your collection. JA 800 - 1,000 2196 - (C) RANDALL GENERAL CURTIS A-311 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Randall Model: Gen Curtis A-311 Serial No. RF0002403C Caliber/Bore: .45 Auto Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Randall Firearms General Curtis E. LeMay A-311 1911 style handgun with original box and 2 extra magazines. Stainless steel finish with wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall very good. Gun retains 95% of its original finish, with a few minor handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore with crisp rifling. Magazines are all excellent. Box is excellent. A great 1911 style handgun for your collection. JA 800 - 1,000 2197 - (C) NAZI MARKED BROWNING HI POWER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Hi Power Serial No. 73052A Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Nazi Marked Browning Hi-Power. Gun is all matching and is not import marked. Gun retains its original waffenamt stamps. Magazine is unmarked, but is correct. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with general wear. Bore is shiny. Mechanically excellent. Magazine is very good. JA 800 - 1,200 2198 - (M) COLT GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Gold Cup National Match Serial No. 70N93709 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Colt Gold Cup National Match Series 70 1911 with box. Serial number dates this gun to 1981. Factory bluing with the original Colt medallion grips. Adjustable rear sight and trigger. Magazine is Colt marked. Box is original, but does not match the gun. Manual is in the box. CONDITION: Excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish. Grips are excellent with light handling marks. Bore is shiny. Magazine is excellent. Box is very good with mild wear on the edges. JA 800 - 1,200

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2199 - (M) COLT COMBAT COMMANDER .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Combat Commander Serial No. 70SC71201 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Combat Commander with matching box. Serial number dates this gun to 1979. Factory matte stainless finish with the original Colt medallion wood grips. Colt marked magazine. Serial number on gun and box match. Box includes its manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95%+ of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Mechanically excellent. Bore is shiny with great rifling. Magazine is excellent. Box is fair with a good amount of wear on the edges and tabs. JA 800 - 1,200 2200 - (M) HEAVILY CUSTOMIZED COLT 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 313515-C Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This is a very impressively customized Colt 1911A1 pistol. Bomar adjustable rear sight, front sight is dovetailed in vertically and held in place with an allen screw, Colt .45 barrel, extended magazine release, non functional grip safety, Swenson ambidextrous safety, stippled front strap, deeply checkered wooden grips, tactical sized magazine well. CONDITION: Very good as refinished, showing some evidence of use since refinish. Action operates appropriately except for where previously mentioned, bore is very good. EW 800 - 1,200 2201 - (C) SMITH AND WESSON 52 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Smith and Wesson Model: 52 Serial No. 54409 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Smith and Wesson Model 52 with plastic case and extra magazine. Manufactured 1961-1963. Factory blued finish and wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. Magazines are both marked “S&W” on the bottom. Case is not original to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks and wear. Grips are excellent. Bore retains crisp rifling. Magazines are good with light wear. Mechanically fine. Case is very good. JA 800 - 1,200 2202 - (C) COLT 1908 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1908 Serial No. 83713 Caliber/Bore: .380 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt 1908 Pocket Hammerless semi-automatic pistol. Manufactured in 1926. Factory blue finish with wood Colt grips. Magazine is Colt marked and is the more desirable two-tone finish. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with light wear on the edges and the back strap. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore retains sharp rifling. Magazine is good with light wear. Mechanically excellent. JA 800 - 1,200

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2203 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER 1921 POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marble Model: Game Getter 1921 Serial No. 15275 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 (U) .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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The Model 1921 version of Webster Marble’s brilliantly designed “minimalist” folding “pack gun”. Serial number 1527. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 caliber and bottom barrel chambered in .44 caliber smoothbore. Marked on right side of barrel lug “UPPER BARREL .22 S.L.L.R & N.R.A. LOWER BARREL .44 GG & .410 2”1/2” left barrel lug marked in script “-MARBLES-” and three line block letters “GAME GETTER GUN/MARBLES ARMS & MFG.CO./ GLADSTONE,MICH.U.S.A.” Small bead front and rear “V” notch with fold down “peep” sight. Matte blue finish with case hardened hammer and trigger. Two piece walnut grips. Folding nickel plated stock. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% heavy blue. Minimum wear to grips. Moderate wear on folding stock. Action is tight and crisp. Excellent bores, clean and bright. Overall an excellent, high condition example. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 750 - 1,500 2204 - (M) LOT OF TWO: COLT COMBAT COMMANDER AND GLOCK 36 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Glock Model: (A) Combat Commander (B) 36 Serial No. (A) 70SC25783 (B) DYL893 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Super (B) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 3-3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt Combat Commander with factory repair invoice and spare parts. Receiver dates this gun to 1973. Satin nickel finish with unfinished wood grips. According to the factory letter, this handgun was refinished in 2012. Other parts were replaced, including the firing pin and all springs. Magazine is marked “Colt/45 Auto”. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are unfinished, with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Magazine is very good. Spare parts are fair to good. (B) Glock 36 with original plastic case. spare magazine, and loader. Austrian made gun with Trijicon night sights. Both mags are original Glock. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish. Polymer frame is excellent as well. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Magazines are very good to excellent. Case is excellent. A great pair of handguns for the range. JA 700 - 1,100 2205 - (M) WALTHER GSP SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: GSP Serial No. 80779 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1980 as per Walther date code. Standard configuration Walther GSP with blacked out ramp front sight, adjustable notch rear, ambidextrous charging. Serial number on upper matches frame. Trigger breaks at 2 - 1/4#. Anatomic adjustable grips. Import stamped on right side of upper for Interarms. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Action works properly. Bore is very good, although rifling is shallow. EW 700 - 1,000

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2206 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 41 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH RED DOT SIGHT. Manufacturer: Smith and Wesson Model: 41 Serial No. TBW3007 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Smith and Wesson Model 41 with Aimpoint 1000 red dot sight and extra magazine. Factory blue finish and wood grip. Adjustable rear sight. Both magazines are marked “S&W” on the bottom. Sight has no battery. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Magazines are both very good. Mechanically fine. Aimpoint looks to be clear. JA 700 - 900

2207 - (M) LOT OF THREE: RUGER, S&W, AND TAURUS HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Ruger (B) S&W (C) Taurus Model: (A) SR22 (B) 637-2 (C) Ultra Lite Nine Serial No. (A) 36442809 (B) CWS5316 (C) GX52969 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .38 S&W (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 1 - 3/4” (C) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Ruger SR-22 with original box and extra magazine. Box is serialized to the gun and includes an extra magazine, lock, soft case and manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Frame and magazines are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent. Box is excellent. (B) Smith and Wesson 637-2 Airweight double action revolver with matching box. Box is serialized to the gun, and includes a lock and paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Rubber grip is very good. Bore has good rifling. Mechanically excellent, with a tight cylinder and bore. Box is excellent. (C) Taurus Ultra-Lite Nine. Box is serialized to the gun, and includes the original paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Rubber grip is very good. Bore is dirty, but has good rifling. Mechanically excellent, with a tight cylinder and bore. Box is excellent. JA 700 - 1,000

2208 - (M) COLT COMMANDER .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Combat Commander Serial No. 70SC48272 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1976. Electroless nickel finish. Standard configuration sights, hammer, short serrated trigger, arched mainspring housing, serrated magazine release. Checkered wood grips with silver Colt medallions. Comes in numbers matching Colt wood grain box with Styrofoam inserts. CONDITION: Fine, displaying some evidence of use. No significant dings on nicks. Grip screws molested. Fine action, bore is very good. Box is good, one apron detached but included inside, with expected roughness from age. EW 700 - 1,000 262

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2209 - (M) LOT OF THREE: (A) GSG 5PK .22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL (B) SMITH & WESSON M&P .357 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL (C) USFA ZIP .22 PISTOL Manufacturer: (A) GSG (B) Smith & Wesson (C) USFA Model: (A) 5PK (B) M&P 357 (C) Zip Serial No. (A) A288721 (B) DVT9268 (C) AAD949 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .357 Sig (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 3/8” (C) 5 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) GSG-5PK semi-automatic pistol. Imported by ATI, Rochester NY. Threaded barrel. Comes with one original magazine. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with light handling marks. Bore has good rifling. Magazine is excellent. (B) Smith and Wesson M&P 357 with original hard plastic case. Police trade in gun marked “M.C.S.O” on the slide. Case includes an extra magazine and manual. Both magazines are Smith and Wesson marked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal contains 90% of its original finish with mild holster wear. Frame is excellent. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are very good with light wear. Case is excellent. (C) USFA Zip gun with original box. Currently out of production. Comes with one Ruger marked 10 round magazine. Box matches gun. CONDITION: Like new in box. Appears to be unfired from the factory. JA 700 - 1,000 2210 - (C) LOT OF 3: HIGH STANDARD DOUBLE NINE REVOLVERS IN ORIGINAL FACTORY BOXES. Manufacturer: (ALL) High Standard Model: (ALL) Double Nine Serial No. (A) 835405 (B) 834870 (C) 1246170 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 5 - 1/2” (C) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Boxed and appears to be unfired High Standard Double Nine revolver with birdshead grip of faux ivory. Black epoxy finish .22 RF single and double action operation. Comes in original numbers matching box with all factory paperwork. Manufactured 1961. (B) High Standard Double 9 revolver .22 cal with nickel finish and faux stag grips. Single and double action operation. As new and appears to be unfired. Manufactured 1957. Comes in factory numbers matching box with all factory instruction paperwork. (C) High Standard Model double Nine revolver .22 RF with Nickel finish and black plastic grips. Single and double action operation. Appears unfired and comes in factory numbers matching box with all factory instructional paperwork. Manufactured 1957. This wonderful grouping of High Standards are as new as they get and represent a new era in American firearms that took place in the the late 1950’s and early sixties driven by the era of cowboy movies popularity. TDW 900 - 1,500 2211 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 49 & MODEL 63 REVOLVERS WITH BOXES Manufacturer: (Both) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 49 (B) 63 Serial No. (A) J690167 (B) M159878 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Smith and Wesson Model 49 revolver with original box and papers. Serial number dates this gun to approximately 1979-1980. Original nickel finish with original Smith and Wesson grips. Cleaning spoon is included, along with the parts list and warranty card. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear on the edges. Grips are excellent. Bore has crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show little wobble. Original box is very good with wear on the edges. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 63 revolver with original box and papers. Manufactured approximately in 1980 or 1981. Original stainless finish with the original Smith and Wesson medallion grips. Adjustable rear sight and spurred hammer. Box includes manual, warranty info and cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore with generous rifling left. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. A nice pair of vintage Smith and Wesson revolvers for your collection. JA 900 - 1,200

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2212 - (M) LOT OF TWO: COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL AND COBRA DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (A) Detective Special (B) Cobra Serial No. (A) B14667 (B) 133154 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Colt Detective Special revolver with box. Manufactured in 1970. Factory blue finish and wood grips. Box is original, but is not serial numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are near excellent with minor dings and gouges. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. (B) Colt Cobra double action revolver with an extra pair of grips. Manufactured in 1963. Factory blued finish with aftermarket grips. A set of Colt marked grips are included. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with wear on the edges. Grips are good with minor handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. Extra grips are excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,200

2213 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 34-1 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 34-1 (B) 34-1 Serial No. (A) 93390 (B) M128281 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Manufactured between 1955 & 1957. J-Frame .22 with 2” barrel and adjustable sights. Flat latch, diamond grips, and 3 screw frame pattern. Comes in proper numbers matching box. CONDITION: Very good with most finish remaining. Excellent bore and mechanics. Box is good with good label. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 manufactured between 1978 & 1979. Pinned 2” barrel with nickel finish and adjustable sights. Aftermarket rubber grips. Case colored hammer & trigger. CONDITION. Very good with little use indicated. Bore is very fine and action is smooth and crisp. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

2214 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LONG COLT REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA17962 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Colt Single Action Army with original box and manual. Nickel finish. Original Colt grips. Manual looks to be a replacement. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore has crisp rifling. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Box is very good with light wear on the edges. A nice Colt for your collection. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2215 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 LR REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. R18543 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback revolver with original box and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1978. Cylinder and frame match. Spurred hammer. Original Colt grip. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Metal contains 99% of its original finish with few handling marks. Grips are excellent as well. Bore is clean with good rifling. Cylinder and hammer are tight. Box is excellent. A great addition to any “Snake Gun” collection. JA 1,000 - 1,500

2216 - (C) LOT OF 3: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) S&W Model: (A) 1905 HE (B) 1917 (C) .32 HE Serial No. (A) 138366 (B) 180412 (C) 91241 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32-20 (B) .45 ACP (C) .32-20 Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 5 - 1/2” (C) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Hand Ejector 1905 Smith & Wesson 32 revolver. CONDITION: Replaced sights. Fully refinished with most all remaining. Bright clean bore. (B) Hand Ejector Model 1917 commercial Smith & Wesson revolver with non-factory stag grips. CONDITION: Completely refinished with most remaining, scattered pits in bore. (C) Hand Ejector 32 Smith & Wesson nickel plated revolver with diamond checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: 80-85% original nickel with scattered pitting. Good bore with moderate pitting. MKS 1,000 - 1,800

2217 - (C) COLT COMMANDO REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Commando Serial No. 15522ZT Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Commando model with scarce 2” barrel. Factory parkerized finish with two piece checkered “Coltwood” plastic grips. Built between 1942-1945 for a total production of 50,000. Accompanied by a Colt factory letter that confirms that it was shipped in this configuration. CONDITION: Excellent plus, showing minimum wear to the parkerized finish. Action is tight and crisp. Bore is bright and clean. Grips are nearly mint showing little wear. A very scares gun with a 2” barrel. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,600

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2218 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 16-4 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 16-4 Serial No. BEH1248 Caliber/Bore: .32 Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Full lug 8 - 3/8” barrel. Chambered in .32 magnum. K-frame, six-shot. Micro-adjustable rear sight. Blue finish. Finger groove two-piece grips with Smith and Wesson medallions. Complete with fitted Smith and Wesson wood case including tools. CONDITION: Excellent with most all original blue. Due to unfortunate poor storage there are multiple areas of scattered corrosion. Bore is excellent. Appears to have been fired very little, if any. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 2219 - (C) LOT OF THREE: COLT FRONTIER SCOUT REVOLVERS IN .22 MAG & .22LR Manufacturer: (ALL) Colt Model: (ALL) Frontier Scout Serial No. (A) 3288K (B) 5787K (C) 18570K Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 Mag (B) .22 Mag (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (ALL) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1961. Colt Frontier Scout .22 Magnum. Six shot fluted cylinder, nickel finish with walnut grips, Fixed sights with Colt address on barrel top. CONDITION. Very fine, excellent bore and action. Finish is excellent. (B) Manufactured 1961. Colt Frontier Scout .22 Magnum. Identical to previous gun. CONDITION: Excellent with excellent bore and action. (C) Manufactured 1963. Colt Frontier Scout .22 Long Rifle with Nickel finish, fixed sights, barrel with Colt address on top. Colt factory faux stag grips with Colt medallions. CONDITION. Very fine with little use indicated. Excellent bore and mechanics. TDW 1,200 - 1,800

2220 - (M+C) LOT OF THREE: SMITH AND WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) S&W Model: (A) 14 (B) 10-8 (C) 12-2 Serial No. (A) K139046 (B) ADJ3410 (C) C813726 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 3” (C) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 14 double action revolver. Factory blued finish and wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 10-8 double action revolver. Silver anniversary model with California correctional emblem on the right side of the frame. Nickel finish with custom Smith and Wesson wood grips. Comes with cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90+% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor dings, scratches and gouges. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. (C) Smith and Wesson 12-2 Airweight double action revolver. Manufactured 1962-1977. Factory painted finish and wood grips. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains most of its paint like finish with light handling marks and wear. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore is dirty from use, but retains good rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,150 - 1,650 266

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2221 - (M) LOT OF TWO COLT DIAMONDBACK .38 SPECIAL REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Diamondback Serial No. (A) D36699 (B) D96902 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt Diamondback Revolver in .38 Special. Serial number dates it to 1969. Cylinder and frame match. Aftermarket grips. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish, with some holster wear on the edges. Cylinder and hammer both show minimal play. Grips have wear, but are solid. (B) Colt Diamondback Revolver in .38 Special with aftermarket hard black case. Serial number dates to 1976. Cylinder and frame match. Original Colt grips. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with some light holster wear in areas. Some light freckling exist at the top of the grips. Grips are very good with light wear. Cylinder and hammer show some wobble. A nice pair of Colt handguns for your collection. JA 1,300 - 1,600

2222 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON K-22 .22 LR AND K-38 .38 SPECIAL REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) S&W Model: (A) 17 (B) 14-3 Serial No. (A) K211566 (B) 6K90424 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Model 17 Double Action Revolver with original factory box, additional set of factory grips, and a Bushnell Phantom Scope Mount. Features a Smith and Wesson made grip adapter on the forestrap of this revolver and trigger shoe already attached for a wider, more comfortable trigger. CONDITION: Gun is in excellent condition overall with very minute handling marks throughout and almost all of the factory finish remaining as well as beautiful color case hardening on the trigger and hammer. Cylinder has a slight dragline, but locks up tightly. Bore is good with sharp rifling.(B) Smith and Wesson K-38 Masterpiece Model 14-3 Double Action Revolver with original factory box and aftermarket grips. CONDITION: Most of the factory finish remains with significant signs of wear throughout. Trigger has faded case colors, but the hammer still has good color remaining. Cylinder has a dragline but does still lock tightly and works correctly. Bore has clear, sharp rifling. TN 1,300 - 1,700

2223 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. D25973 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern High condition 4” ventilated barrel. Chambered in .22 long rifle. Adjustable rear sight. Two piece checkered walnut grips. Full blue finish. Includes a quality leather holster. CONDITION: Very fine overall with approximately 98% bright original blue. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Grips show modest wear. -MKS- 1,250 - 1,750

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2224 - (C) VERY SCARCE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1899 ARMY DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER, 1901 KSM INSPECTED. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 1899 Army Serial No. 13223 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic KSM inspected on the right grip, barrel, cylinder and frame. “JTT/ 1901” inspected on the left grip. Marked “US/ ARMY/ MODEL/ 1899” on the bottom of the grip. Matching numbers. 6” barrel. Only 1,000 of these guns were made for the US Army. CONDITION: Retains 60% blue overall with some light surface rust. Some case colors left on hammer and trigger. Markings are clear. Grips are very good with some wear. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. Missing the knob from the ejector rod. These are extremely hard guns to find. GR 1,500 - 2,500 2225 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT MODEL 357 AND TROOPER MK III .357 MAGNUM REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 357 (B) Trooper MK III Serial No. (A) 6537 (B) L20339 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt Model 357 revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1954. Factory blue finish and Colt wood grips. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall good. metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and handling marks, especially on the edges. Grips are very good with minor dings, scratches and gouges. Mechanically fine with a tight cylinder and hammer. (B) Colt Trooper MK III. Manufactured in 1976. Factory blued finish and grips. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore is clean with sharp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2226 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON 629 & 57 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 629 (B) 57 Serial No. (A) N839016 (B) N634324 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Mag (B) .41 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 8 - 1/2” (B) 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern

Lot consists of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 629 revolver with box and display case. Manufactured sometime between 1980-1983. Factory stainless finish and wood grip. Adjustable rear sight. Box is unmarked, but looks to be original. Display case looks to be homemade. CONDITION: Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and scratches. Grip is very good with light handling marks. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Box is good with light wear on the edges. Display case is deteriorating on the inside, but is excellent on the outside.(B) Smith and Wesson Model 57 with display case. Manufactured in 1980. Factory blue finish with an aftermarket rubber grip. Adjustable rear sight. Display case looks to be non-factory, and includes a cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. Case latches are broken. JA 1,500 - 2,000 268

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2227 - (C) VERY SCARCE COLT MODEL 1909 .45 US NAVY REVOLVER, MADE IN 1911. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1909 Navy Serial No. 52303 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Basically an evolution of the Colt New Service revolver, made to replace the .38 caliber Model 1892 revolvers in US service. Made in 1911. This gun is well marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” on the bottom of the barrel. The butt of the grip features the markings “USN / (anchor) / 45DA / No. / 303”. The right side of the frame has “AA” stamped into it below the cylinder. Most likely an arsenal rebuild mark, probably Augusta Arsenal. This gun was refurbished at some point and retains a parkerized type finish. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains 70% finish. Markings are clear. Plain wood grips have some dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 2228 - (C) SCARCE SMITH & WESSON K32 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: K32 Serial No. K69835 Caliber/Bore: .32 Long Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 6” ribbed and pinned barrel. Five screw ‘K’ frame. Chambered in .32 long caliber. Micrometer adjustable rear sight. Blue with two piece diamond checkered walnut grips. Complete with two piece gold box correctly labeled to revolver. CONDITION: Nearly new overall. 98%+. Area of light corrosion on cylinder due to poor storage. Excellent grips showing light wear. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Appears to have been fired very little if any. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500

2229 - (C) SCARCE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1950 .45 TARGET REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 1950 Serial No. S94320 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Introduced in 1950, N-frame five-screw with 6 - 1/2” barrel marked “45 CAL. MODEL 1950”. Chambered in .45 ACP caliber. Tall blade front and adjustable rear target sights. Two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Complete with two-piece maroon box with correct label marked “1950 Model 45 Target”. CONDITION: Nearly new with 98+% original blue. One small area of oxidation on cylinder from bad storage. Cylinder face looks unfired. Excellent bore, bright & clean. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Outstanding revolver in every respect. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

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2230 - (M) DOCUMENTED FACTORY NICKEL .22 COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVER IN ORIGINAL SHIPPING BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. P55165 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback revolver with original box. Shipped April 26 1985. Factory nickel finish with the original Colt marked wood grips. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder match. Box contains its original manual and is serial numbered to the gun. This near new Nickel Diamondback .22 is accompanied by a factory letter dated May 28th, 2010. Letter states it was shipped as a 4” barrel, nickel finish, .22 caliber to John Jovino Company, New York, in April of 1985. CONDITION: Metal retains 98% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore with generous rifling left. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. Box is good with wear on the edges. Overall, an excellent Colt for your “Snake Gun” collection. TDW 2,000 - 4,000

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2231 - (M) RARE COLT STALKER REVOLVER WITH FACTORY SCOPE ONE OF ONLY 200 EVER PRODUCED Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Stalker Serial No. T83045 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in 1988 with an extremely low production estimated at 200. These stainless steel P frame revolvers were shipped with an 8 inch full lugged barrel, marked “stalker” and fitted with a 4 Power Leupold scope and rubber Pachmayr grips. 6 shot .357 magnum with un-fluted chamber. These were initially sold on a limited bases at the end of production of the standard Python revolver. CONDITION. Good with numerous small surface scratches from carry use. Lock-up and timing are very good. Optics are clear, scope body has several small scratches on exterior. A very rare gun and rarely ever encountered. TDW 2,000 - 4,000

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2232 - (C) THE LAST COLT BISLEY SHERIFF’S MODEL SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Bisley Sherrif Serial No. 322123 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

The following information comes from the “Book of Colt Firearms” by R.L. Wilson, page 266 caption E, “Originally shipped as a .38-40 with 4 3/4” barrel. Returned to the factory in the mid-1920’s and rebuilt by the Colt’s Custom Gun Department. Converted to a Sheriff’s Model frame with 3” barrel, .45 caliber. Made for early arms collector J.C. Harvey; and illustrated on Page 156 of the Pioneer Colt Book: A History of the Colt Revolver, by Haven and Belden (1940). Factory rework numbers J 787 B marked on the muzzle end of the cylinder, and 787 B marked on the back flat of the loading gate, and on the left side of the backstrap and trigger guard strap (under left grip). Although not present on No. 322123, a star or ampersand on the trigger guard is another indication of factory refinish (gun was refinished at time of conversion by factory). This custom revolver was the last Bisley Sheriff’s Model manufactured, extremely rare. Serial No. 259336 and No. 322123 are the only authentic specimens known to the authors.” This book was written in 1971. We have seen a third documented Bisley Sheriff’s Model displayed at the 2018 Colt Collector’s Convention. This gun is illustrated in color on page 238, illustration D, of the same book. This revolver was found in Europe and imported back to America and has a “SIMPSON LTD” import stamp on bottom of frame. PROVENANCE: R.Q. Sutherland collection. CONDITION: Serial No. 2123 is scratched into right grip panel. Gun has matching numbers on frame, trigger guard and backstrap; 322 is illegible from the 1920’s factory refinish. Barrel has two line address on top and “BISLEY MODEL 45 COLT” on left side. Two line patent with pony in circle on left side of frame. The “VP” proof on left front trigger guard is weak. All other legends are sharp as new. CONDITION: The gutta percha Colt grips have softened to a dark chocolate brown and are near mint. All screw heads are near perfect with most of the original blue finish. Case colors on frame remain at 85% with some light toning on top strap, loss of color on left recoil shield but majority of case colors are brilliant. Barrel has a mere hint of muzzle wear. Trigger guard has a hint of high edge wear. All blued surfaces remain at a solid 99%. Hammer retains 95% brilliant case colors. Cylinder has a light drag line and a hint of high edge wear, still a solid 98% or better. Functions like new with near mint to mint bore. Overall, stunning condition with all work performed at the Colt factory and one of the great rarities of Colt collecting. TDW 8,000 - 10,000

2233 - (M) COLT PYTHON TARGET .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Target Serial No. K04934 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Modern

Colt Python Target revolver with original box. Serial number dates this gun to 1980. Bright nickel finish with original Colt wood grips. Spurred hammer. Cylinder and frame match. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore has dust from storage, but is otherwise excellent. Cylinder and hammer are tight. A clean Colt for your collection. JA 3,000 - 4,500

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2234 - (M) COLT PYTHON REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. E99318 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern High condition 2-1/2” barrel Colt Python. Blue with two piece checkered walnut grips. Includes Colt red box correctly labeled and numbered to gun with paperwork. CONDITION: Like new in original box, appears unfired. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Grips are near mint showing minimum wear. Gun retains 99%+ of the original Colt deep blue finish -MKS2,000 - 3,000 2235 - (C) ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON HIGHWAY PATROLMAN REVOLVER Manufacturer: S&W Model: Pre-27 Serial No. 31391 Caliber/Bore: .357 Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Pre-model 28 with 4” pinned and ribbed barrel. 5-screw N-frame. Chambered in .357 magnum. Full coverage scroll engraving with correct satin blue finish. Polished “engine turned” finish on trigger and hammer. Smooth 2-piece grips with S&W medallions. Micrometer adjustable rear target sight. “Quick draw” front sight. Complete with S&W fitted wood case. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% satin blue finish. Bore is excellent bright and clean. -MKS- 2,000 - 3,000 2236 - (C) LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 38 M&P (B) 1 - 1/2 Serial No. (A) 235113 (B) 45368 2303 Caliber/Bore: (B) .38 S&W (B) .38 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A) New Departure, hammerless with backstrap safety. 4” barrel, chambered in .38 S&W. Blue finish with S&W monogrammed, checkered hard rubber grips. Complete with correct red hinged box labeled to revolver. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% original blue. One area of corrosion and light pitting on cylinder due to poor storage. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is perfect, bright and clean. B) Break top double action chambered in .38 S&W. 3 - 1/4” barrel. Nickel with black hard rubber checkered grips with S&W monogram. Includes period correct unmarked hinged box. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% bright original nickel. Bright case color on hammer and trigger. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. -MKS- 1,600 - 3,000 2237 - (M) LOT OF 2: RUGER SINGLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (A) Super Blackhawk (B) Blackhawk Serial No. (A) 8174786 (B) 25068 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Mag. (B) .357 Mag. Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern

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A) Super blackhawk. 7 - 1/2” barrel made in 1976 marked “MADE IN THE 200TH YEAR OF AMERICAN LIBERTY”, chambered in .44 magnum. Unfluted six-shot cylinder. Full blue finish. Two-piece smooth walnut grips. Flattop frame with ramp front and adjustable rear sights. Square back trigger guard. CONDITION: Excellent plus overall with most all original blue finish remaining. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Grips are excellent, showing minimum wear. B) Blackhawk, 6 - 1/2” barrel. Flattop frame. Ramp front, adjustable rear sights. Chambered in .357 magnum. Blue with smooth two-piece walnut grips. Complete with correct Ruger box labeled to revolver. CONDITION: Excellent with most all original blue finish remaining. Bore is excellent bright, and clean. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,800 - 2,750 www.MorphyAuctions.com | Februar y 18, 2020


2238 - (M) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. K34116 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Modern Colt Python revolver with original box. Serial number dates this gun to 1981. Blued finish with original Colt wood grip. Cylinder and frame match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with scattered handling marks. Gun does show signs of being fired repeatedly. Grips are very good overall, but have some cracking of the finish. Bore is clean. Cylinder and hammer show little play. Box is fair with wear on the corners, and is missing a tab on the ends. A nice Python for the range. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2239 - (M) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. K85601 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Fine Colt Python in .357 Magnum. 1983 dated with original box and manual. Frame and cylinder match. Original grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal is 95% with light handling marks. Cylinder and hammer show minimal wobble. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. An excellent addition to any “snake gun” collection. JA 1,500 - 2,000 2240 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 LR REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. R57215 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback revolver with original box. Factory nickel finish with the original Colt marked grips. Serial numbers on the frame and cylinder do match. Box is serial numbered to the gun and comes with its original manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original finish with light handling marks. Bore has sharp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is fair with the end tabs being taped at some point. Overall, an excellent Colt for your collection. JA 1,500 - 2,500 2241 - (M) COLT CUSTOM SHOP NICKEL PLATED 3 - 1/2” .45 COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S26290A Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Packaged in the original blue Colt box with white outer sleeve with full custom shop label. Product number P1831Z. Colt Single Action Army caliber .45 Colt with 3 - 1/2” barrel with ejector rod and fitted with factory black plastic Colt grips. Revolver remains unfired and without turn line. Full Nickel finish with two line barrel address and caliber marking on left side of barrel. CONDITION: As factory new with several micro-scratches on cylinder from being displayed. No turn line. Box is as new and label fully intact. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

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2242 - (M) COLT CUSTOM SHOP SHERIFFS MODEL .45 COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Sheriffs Model Serial No. SA70178 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Modern Colt Custom shop Colt Sheriff’s model product number P1832Z with factory original blue box and white outer sleeve with complete Custom Shop label. 3” barrel with two line address and marked ‘COLT SHERIFF’S MODEL” on left side of barrel with caliber designation on right side. Special order bright blue finish on barrel and frame and fitted with special order rosewood two piece grips with gold medallions. CONDITION. As new with no indication of use and with out turn line. Comes complete with all paperwork and boxes with full label. TDW 1,500 - 2,000

2243 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) .32 DA (B) .32 DA Serial No. (A) 194391 (B) 48520 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 (B) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 3 -1/4” (B) 3 -1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A) .38 Double Action 3rd Model. 3 - 1/4” barrel. Pinned, full radius blade front and “V’ notch rear sights. Nickel with blue trigger guard. Two-piece black hard rubber grips, checkered with diamond. case hardened hammer and trigger. CONDITION: Excellent with most all original nickel remaining. Strong case color on hammer and trigger. A 1/4” area of corrosion with pitting on cylinder. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. B) .32 Double action. “New York Style” engraving with scrolls and a punch dot background. 3 - 1/2” barrel. Nickel with two-piece birds head profile, mother of pearl grips. Condition: Excellent plus overall with 95% bright original nickel. Grips are excellent showing minimum wear. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,400 - 2,600

2244 - (C) LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) Regulation Police (B) 32 Hand Ejector Serial No. (A) 657348 (B) 366537 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 S&W Long (B) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A) Very scarce Model .32 Regulation Police with target sights. Blue, 4” barrel with tall blade front and adjustable rear sights. Diamond checkered two-piece walnut grips. Complete with original two-piece blue box with correct label, and tools. CONDITION: Nearly new with 98+% heavy original blue. Some oxidation in front of trigger bow. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is perfect, appears unfired. B) Hand ejector .32 with a 3 - 1/4” barrel. Blue with two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Complete with maroon hinged box with correct label to gun. CONDITION: Nearly new with 98+% original heavy blue overall. Area of light corrosion on cylinder from improper storage. Bore is perfect, appears unfired. -MKS1,400 - 2,200

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2245 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON LADYSMITH AND AIR LITE TI REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (Both) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 331 (B) Lady Smith Serial No. (A) CDH2117 (B) CNL6932 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 H&R Mag (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 1 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Introduced 1999 The 331 Smith & Wesson Air-Lite Ti, chambered for .32 H&R Mag. 6 shot 1 - 7/8” barrel, titanium cylinder, aluminum frame, and barrel shroud with stainless steel barrel liner. Pre-lock variation with factory clamshell case. Rubber factory “Boot” grips. Comes with manual. CONDITION: Very fine and possibly test fired only by owner. Action smooth and operational, Case is very fine. (B) Smith & Wesson 642 “LADYSMITH” .38 special 1 - 7/8” barrel, 5 shot, with stainless barrel and cylinder and alloy frame. Internal hammer design with factory installed locking device. Comes in factory case with spare checkered grips. CONDITION: Very fine and shows sign of test firing only. Lot comes with Galco RH belt holster. TDW 1,400 - 2,000

2246 - (M) COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. E7879 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1970. Colt Python with 4” barrel and oversized factory target grips. Royal blue finish, 6 shot. In original numbers matching box with full factory label. CONDITION: Possibly unfired as no indication of use exists. Grips are equally fine. Box is slightly worn at corners and edges from storage. 1,200 - 1,700

2247 - (C) SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: Pre-27 Serial No. S163176 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Full blue finish with pinned 6-1/2” barrel. Matted barrel and frame top strap. Chambered in .357 Magnum. Tall blade front and micro-adjustable rear sights. Two piece diamond checkered walnut grips. Fitted in a Smith & Wesson wood box with red interior. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original blue finish remaining. Strong bright case color on hammer and trigger. Grips are excellent showing minimum wear. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Appears to have been fired very little. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,200 - 1,600

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2248 - (C) CASED PAIR OF CONSECUTIVELY SERIAL NUMBERED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Single Action Army Serial No. (A) 31047SA (B) 31048SA Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A&B) Colt consecutively serial numbered Colt Single Action Army revolvers with display case. Factory case hardened/blue finish with wood grips. Manufactured in 1960. Custom wood display case with placard containing the serial numbers of the revolvers. CONDITION: (A&B) Overall excellent. Revolvers appear to be un-fired post factory. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,200 - 1,500

2249 - (M) LOT OF THREE: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 66-1 & 629 WITH H&R SPORTSMAN REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A&B) S&W (C) H&R Model: (A) 66-1 (B) 629 (C) Sportsman Serial No. (A) F503250 (B) N838924 (C) S12484 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Mag (B) .44 Mag (C) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 1/8” (C) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Smith and Wesson Model 66-1 revolver. Stainless steel finish with aftermarket rubber grip. Adjustable rear sight. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with light wear and scratches throughout. Grip is very good with light wear. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 629 revolver with non-factory display case. Stainless steel finish with original wood grips. Adjustable rear sight and a spurred hammer. Case is velvet lined and includes a cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks and scratches. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore has crisp rifling left. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Case is very good. (C) Harrington and Richardson Sportsman single action revolver. Blued finish with aftermarket wood grip. Grip is inscribed on the bottom with what looks to be someones initials. Revolver has an adjustable rear sight and a spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grip is very good, but has some handing marks on the bottom. Bore is clean. Overall, a nice group of handguns for the range. JA 1,200 - 1,500 2250 - (M) LOT OF THREE: SMITH AND WESSON 14-4, 591, AND 19-3 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 14-4 (B) 581 (C) 19-3 Serial No. (A) 76K9036 (B) ACJ3573 (C) 7K5367 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B&C) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B&C) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Smith and Wesson 14-4 revolver. Manufactured in 1980. Factory blue finish and wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling scratches. Grips are very good with light wear and handling marks. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. (B) Smith and Wesson Model 581 revolver. Factory blue finish and wood grips. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with signs of heavy holster wear. Grips are heavily worn with discoloration and handling marks. Bore retains crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a slight amount of wobble. Mechanically excellent. (C) Smith and Wesson Model 19-3. Manufactured in 1974. Factory blued finish with aftermarket rubber grip. Adjustable rear sight. A letter included with the gun indicates that this revolver was sent back to Smith and Wesson, having the sear repaired and the stop stud replaced. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with a few blotches of surface rust on the cylinder and barrel. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 1,200 - 1,500 276

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2251 - (M) SMITH & WESSON 25-3 125TH ANNIVERSARY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 25-3 Serial No. SW1600 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Model 25-3, blue with 6 - 1/2” barrel, red ramp front, micro adjustable rear sights. Chambered in .45 ACP. Smooth goncalo alves two-piece grips. Marked “Smith & Wesson 125th Anniversary” on barrel and frame. Housed in a “french fitted” walnut case with navy blue interior. Complete with “125 Years With Smith & Wesson” book, includes correct two-piece blue box labeled to gun with correct paperwork. CONDITION: Nearly new with the exception of scattered corrosion and discoloration along with one fairly large area of oxidation on the cylinder. This fine revolver was the unfortunate victim of poor, improper storage. Bore appears unfired. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500

2252 - (C) SMITH & WESSON .38 M&P REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: M&P Serial No. C16894 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Scarce two-inch barrel, square butt, five-screw frame chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson special. Two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Blue finish. Complete with original two-piece gold box correctly marked to the gun. CONDITION: Like new overall with 98+% bright heavy original blue. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Strong case color on hammer and trigger. Fired very little. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 2253 - (M) COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. 1676PY Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Colt Python Bicentennial model with original box. Made circa 1976 to commemorate the 200th year anniversary of the United States. Blued finish with engraving on the cylinder. Wood grip has the “Federal Eagle” emblem in the center. Adjustable rear sight with spurred hammer. Box is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original blued finish. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore retains crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is good with some wear on the corners and edges. A nice “Snake Gun” for your collection. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2254 - (M) COLT PYTHON .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. V35310 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Python revolver with soft case. Serial number dates this gun to 1978. Frame and cylinder match. Possibly re-blued finish with Colt marked grips. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall very good. Finish is 90% with scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Case is very good. A nice Python for the range. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2255 - (C) COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 LR REVOLVER WITH 4” BARREL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. D22646 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1968. Blue finish. Colt Diamondback with 4 inch lugged barrel chambered for .22 LR with Colt monogrammed target grips. CONDITION: Very fine, over 97% blue finish remains with a trace of edge wear at muzzle. Wood grips are very fine with a few impressions evident. Bore is excellent, bright and sharp, and action smooth with solid lock-up. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

2256 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON I-FRAME AND COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) S&W (B) Colt Model: (A) I-Frame.22/.32 (B) Detective Special Serial No. (A) 384275 (B) 926027 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson I-Frame .22/.32 Target. 6” pinned barrel. Chambered in .22 LR. Adjustable target sights. Five screw frame. Diamond checkered two piece walnut grips. Square butt. CONDITION: Excellent plus with 95+% factory original blue overall. Grips are excellent showing little wear. Bore is bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. (B) Colt Detective. 2” barrel. Checkered 2-piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Nearly new 98+% original blue. Grips show very little wear with sharp crisp checkering. Bore is bright. -MKS1,000 - 1,500

2257 - (C) LOT OF TWO COLT 38 ARMY REVOLVERS: MODEL 1896 & 1901 WITH HOLSTERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (A) 1901 (B) 1896 Serial No. (A) 166556 (B) 139910 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Long Colt Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1901. Blue finish with US Army markings on butt with swivel. Caliber .38 with smooth military walnut grips. RAC inspected on frame. Comes in 1910 dated Rock Island Arsenal flap holster. CONDITION: Good with 50% blue finish remaining. Very good bore, action works properly. Grips fit well with very minor chipping at toe. Holster is fair, supple, but missing plug at bottom. (B) Manufactured 1900, blue finish US Army markings on but and marked model 1896. RAC inspected with smooth walnut grips also inspected RAC. Butt swivel. Rear of rear sight groove has been modified for easier visibility. Comes with 1910 dated RI holster. CONDITION: Fair as described with 50% blue finish remaining. Bore is good. Action function but lock-up is very loose. Holster is supple with good markings and solid stitching. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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2258 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON 1905 HAND EJECTOR AND PRE MODEL 30 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Smith and Wesson (B) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 10 (B) Hand Ejector Serial No. (A) 552820 (B) 554394 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Special (B) .32 S&W Long Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Hand Ejector / 38 M&P. .38 Special, 5” barrel, Nickel finish, walnut diamond grips, and gold S&W box. Factory letter indicates that this gun shipped with a 5” barrel, nickel finish, and checkered walnut grip as part of a large dealer order to Wimbley Thomas Hardware Company, Birmingham, Alabama. CONDITION: Good as period renickeled. Grips numbers are not to this gun. Bore is very good and action operates properly. Box is edge worn but not numbered. (B) Pre-Model 30 32 HE. .32 S&W, with 2” barrel period diamond checkered grips and earlier S&W hard rubber grips. Comes with Factory Smith & Wesson box with reproduction label and contemporary numbers on bottom. CONDITION: Very good with most finish remaining, good action, excellent bore. Grips are numbered to another gun. Box is very good with exception of label and numbers. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 2259 - (M) COLT SECOND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY IN .45 COLT. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 67806SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1973. Colt Second Generation Single Action Chambered for .45 Colt with 5 - 1/2” barrel with blue and case color finishes. Fitted with numbers matching plastic eagle Colt grips. CONDITION: Good with moderate to light finish loss at muzzle, backstrap, and high points of cylinder from carry use. The bore is excellent as are the chambers. The grips are equally fine. The vivid case colors remain nearly new. This is an ideal candidate to carry and shoot as it retains over 95% of the blue finish and is still internally like new. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

2260 - (M) FACTORY NICKEL SECOND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION .45 COLT REVOLVER (1970). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 57057SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in 1970. Second Generation Colt Single Action Army with 4 - 3/4” barrel and chambered for .45 Colt cartridge. Fitted with numbers matching factory two piece walnut grips. Matching numbers found on frame, backstrap, and trigger guard assembly. Cylinder has Rampant Colt on rear. Single line barrel address with two line patent legend. CONDITION: Good as used with slight nickel loss at muzzle from carry. Numerous small micro scratches in nickel finish from use. Bore and chambers are excellent. Action operates properly. Grips are good with right grip having and internal repair to escutcheon from over tightening the grip screw. TDW 1,000 - 1,500

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2261 - (M) LOT OF TWO: COLT PEACEMAKER AND FRONTIER SCOUT “62” REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Peacemaker (B) Frontier Scout “62” Serial No. (A) G35232 (B) 23677P Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1971. Colt 4 - 3/4” blue and case color Peacemaker .22 chambered for .22LR with Colt plastic grips. and non-numbers matching box. Comes with “Nickel” finished .22 Mag spare cylinder. CONDITION: Good with moderate finish loss on barrel and case colors worn bright. Grips are excellent. Spare cylinder is scuffed on rear. Box is fair with loose corners. (B) Scarce and desirable Colt “62” Frontier Scout dual cylinder revolver with faux stag grips and proper box. Blue finish overall. Manufactured 1965. CONDITION. Very fine with slight box wear to finish on loading gate. Bore and action are very good. Box is very good with two loose corners. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 2262 - (M) LOT OF TWO COLT KING COBRA .357 MAGNUM REVOLVERS WITH BOXES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) King Cobra Serial No. (A) AV69765 (B) KS9397 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt King Cobra with box and manual. Serial number dates this revolver to 1987. Blued finish with original rubber Colt marked grip. Frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Metal retains 98% of its original finish. Grips are excellent with light handling marks. Bore is good with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show minimal play. Box is excellent. (B) Colt King Cobra revolver with original hard case and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1997. Stainless finish with with original Colt rubber grips. Cylinder and frame match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal is 85% with light handling marks and wear in ares. Guns does show signs of being fired. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. Case is excellent. A great pair of Colts for the range. JA 900 - 1,300

2263 - (M) COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT PEACEMAKER REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Colt Model: (Both) Peacemaker Serial No. (A) 38282K (B) G134291 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt Single Action Frontier Scout in .22 LR. Nickel finish with faux ivory grips and Colt display box. Manufactured 1968. Comes with additional wood grips. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and mechanics. All nickel finish remains with very minor micro scratches from handling that will polish out. Traces of residue in chambers and barrel from use. (B) Manufactured 1975. Colt Peacemaker .22 single action revolver. Blue and case color finishes with Colt hard rubber grips. Dual cylinder model .22LR & .22 Mag capability. Has Colt box; missing end label. CONDITION. Appears unfired with no signs of use. TDW 900 - 1,300

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2264 - (M) SMITH & WESSON 29-3 .44 MAGNUM REVOLVER Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 29-3 Serial No. AWU4966 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Smith and Wesson Model 29-3 double action revolver. Factory blue finish with an aftermarket rubber grip. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its blue finish with light handling marks. Grip is good with light wear. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 850 - 1,250 2265 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH AND WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 30-1 (B) Terrier Serial No. (A) 796261 (B) 595687 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Long (B) .32 Long Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Smith and Wesson Model 30-1 double action revolver. Factory blue finish and wood grips. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor handling marks on the edges. Bore with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically fine. (B) Smith and Wesson Terrier double action revolver. Factory blue finish and wood grips. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light holster wear in areas. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Mechanically excellent. JA 850 - 1,250 2266 - (M) SMITH & WESSON 29-2 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 29-2 Serial No. N401691 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern High condition Model 29-2 revolver with pinned 4” barrel. Chambered in .44 magnum. Red ramp front, micro adjustable rear sights. Matted barrel and top strap. Two piece smooth Goncalo Alves grips. Housed in a Smith & Wesson fitted wood box with paperwork and tools, along with shipping sleeve. CONDITION: Revolver like new in box, with 98% bright original blue. Bore is near mint, bright and clean. Cylinder face and bore appear unfired. Grips are near mint showing little to no wear. Wood case shows little wear. -MKS- 800 - 1,200 2267 - (C) SMITH & WESSON DOUBLE ACTION “NEW DEPARTURE” REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: New Departure Serial No. 40997 Caliber/Bore: .38 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 2nd Model .38 double action with grip strap safety “New Departure”. 3-1/4” barrel engraved, nickel plated with two piece Mother of Pearl grips. CONDITION: Very fine with most original nickel. Flaking with moderate scratches and dents along bottom of frame left and right sides just above trigger guard. Areas of flaking and corrosion, scattered on frame. Grips are excellent with no damage and moderate wear. Bore is good with some moderate pitting. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS800 - 1,500

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2268 - (M) RUGER NEW MODEL BLACKHAWK .357 MAXIMUM REVOLVER WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Blackhawk Serial No. 600-00796 Caliber/Bore: .357 Maximum Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Ruger New Model Blackhawk Single Action Revolver with original factory box and chambered in .357 Remington Maximum. The .357 Maximum cartridge is based off of the .357 Magnum, but puts out about twice the energy on average! CONDITION: Gun is near new with almost all of the factory finish remaining and very light handling marks throughout. Very light dragline on cylinder, which locks up tight with minimal side or endshake. Bore is excellent with crisp, sharp rifling and factory grease still inside bore as well as on outside of gun. Would be an excellent addition to any revolver enthusiast’s collection. TN 800 - 1,250

2269 - (C) LOT OF TWO: RUGER BEARCAT .22 REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (BOTH) Bearcat Serial No. (A) M058 (B) B091 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Ruger Bearcat revolver. Manufactured in 1959. Wood grips. Alloy frame. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light dings and scratches. Bore retains crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. (B) Ruger Bearcat revolver. Manufactured in 1958. Aftermarket grips. Alloy frame. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with areas of handling marks and scratches. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Bore retains good rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 800 - 1,200

2270 - (C) LOT OF TWO: RUGER BLACKHAWK .357 REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (BOTH) Blackhawk Serial No. (A) 6286 (B) 14356 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Ruger Blackhawk single action revolver. Desirable three screw model manufactured in 1956. No transfer bar has been added. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with areas of light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Bore retains good rifling. Hammer and cylinder show a slight amount of wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Ruger Blackhawk single action revolver. Desirable three screw model manufactured in 1958. No transfer bar has been added. Adjustable rear sight. Hard rubber grip. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with areas of light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor wear. Bore is dirty from use, but retains crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically excellent. JA 800 - 1,200

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2271 - (M) RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK .44 MAGNUM REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Super Blackhawk Serial No. 86-64754 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern

This is Mag-Na-Port Stalker .44 Magnum custom hunting revolver which is built on the foundation of a stainless steel Ruger Super Blackhawk. The barrel is cut to 8 - 3/8” with an inverted crown. The barrel also has a two port Mag-Na-Port. The Super Blackhawk build also comes with a three ring mount and the Leupold M8 - 2x Extended E.R. with duplex reticle in a silver finish. Revolver appears to have a tuned action with polished hammer, trigger, and pin as well as a smooth surface finish closing resembling the optic. It also comes with sling studs located on the grip and about 1 - 1/2” from the muzzle. Another unique feature is the engraving on the barrel itself which reads, “Safari Club International” and their logo. On the other side it reads, “Mag-na-port Stalker” in cursive writing. This build does not come with original Ruger grips. Instead the grip set caters to the Safari Club with an inlet of a lion instead of the traditional Ruger logo. This is only present on the right side grip panel. CONDITION: Overall firearm is in great condition. There is very minimal wear and tear. There is a small scratch down on the left side of barrel and the “Safari Club International” and Logo engraving seems to be smoothing out a bit and is not as crisp as Ruger’s engraving for the serial number or make and model. Lastly, there is a small trace of surface rust directly below the word, “Club”. The Leupold optic is in great shape as well. The cylinder has a tight lock-up and all other parts are in great working order. The barrel has sharp rifling and appears to have minimal use. Firearm does come with hard case. SS 800 - 1,250 2272 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-4 .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER IN PRESENTATION BOX WITH FACTORY LETTER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 19-4 Serial No. 48K9152 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Factory engraved Smith and Wesson Model 19-4 with factory letter and display case. Factory letter states this gun shipped in April of 1980 as it is shown, with class C engraving. Display case comes with a cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good, with minor wear and handling marks. Bore has great rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Case is very good, with the interior velvet starting to fade. JA 800 - 1,200

2273 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 .44 MAGNUM REVOLVER WITH FACTORY PRESENTATION CASE. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 29-2 Serial No. N371375 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Smith and Wesson 29-2 revolver with factory display case. Factory blued finish with the original Smith and Wesson grips. Factory case includes the original cleaning kit and manual. Grips have been refinished. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Case is very good with mild wear. A nice Model 29 for your collection. JA 800 - 1,200

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2274 - (C) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 53 .22 REMINGTON JET REVOLVER WITH SCOPE AND ORIGINAL BOX. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 53 Serial No. K476166 Caliber/Bore: .22 Remington Jet Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1962, four screw “K” frame six shot. Second year of manufacture Smith & Wesson model 53 chambered for the .22 Jet cartridge. 6” barrel with target trigger, proprietary convertible hammer (centerfire/rimfire), and diamond pattern target grips. Fitted with a Bushnell Phantom using a no-drill & tap Bushnell mount. Included with revolver is the original adjustable sight, six chamber inserts to allow you to shoot .22 Magnum and a set of RCBS reloading dies (1974 manufacture). Smith & Wesson numbers matching outer box is included as well. CONDITION: Very fine with over 98% factory blue finish remaining with a touch of finish loss at muzzle and ejector rod from use and a light cylinder line. Bore is excellent. Lockup and timing is good. Grips are very fine with a little distress at bottom from resting when being fired. Box is edge worn and missing interior insert. Label is strong and legible. Comes with 86 rounds of ammunition. TDW 800 - 1,250

2275 - (C) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 1917 Serial No. 168901 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Brazilian contract revolver with the Brazilian crest located on the right frame sideplate. Five screw frame with pinned 5-1/2” barrel. Full radius blade front sight. Serrated trigger and checkered spur on hammer. Smooth two piece walnut grips with butt mounted lanyard. CONDITION: Fine overall with most original blue remaining. Areas of light freckling and scratches on frame and barrel. Cylinder has several areas on moderate corrosion. Action locks up tight and crisp. Bores is bright with light frosting and strong rifling. Grips have been crudely checkered. -MKS- 700 - 1,200

2276 - (C) SMITH & WESSON US ARMY MODEL 1917 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 1917 Serial No. 24463 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Army revolver. Marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” under the barrel. Full blade front sight with a pinned barrel. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and handling scratches. Grips are good with numerous handling marks. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine with a tight hammer and cylinder. JA 700 - 1,100

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2277 - (C) SMITH & WESSON VICTORY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: Victory Serial No. 943091 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic K-frame, five-screw with 5” pinned barrel, chambered in .38 Smith & Wesson. Lanyard ring on butt. Six-shot fluted cylinder. Sandblasted with “Black Magic” finish. Military inspector stamps in appropriate places. Two-piece oil finished plain walnut grips. Imported by Vega, Sacramento California, and so stamped on left side of frame. CONDITION: Very good as arsenal refinished. Most all reapplied finish remains with a couple areas of oxidation on the cylinder. Strong original case color on hammer and trigger. Excellent bore, bright and clean. -MKS700 - 1,000 2278 - (C) SMITH & WESSON 45-2 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 45-2 Serial No. C622619 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A scarce un-cataloged Smith & Wesson, with 4” barrel chambered in .22LR Blue with two-piece diamond, checkered walnut grips. Complete with two-piece blue box with correct label marked to the revolver. CONDITION: Overall this very fine Smith & Wesson is in excellent condition. Due to unfortunate storage conditions, the gun has areas of scattered oxidation with light pitting on the cylinder, left side of the frame above the trigger bow, frame top strap and right front corner of the frame. Balance of revolver retains 98+% heavy original blue Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Face of cylinder appears unfired. Overall a very desirable scarce model. -MKS- 700 - 1,200 2279 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 35589SA Caliber/Bore: .44 Special Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Second Generation Single Action Army with the original box. Manufactured in 1961. Box is original to the gun and contains a manual and cleaning brush. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Appears to be un-fired from the factory. Metal retains 98% or more of its original case hardening and blue. Hard rubber grips are excellent. Mechanically excellent, with a tight cylinder and hammer. JA 700 - 1,100 2280 - (C) SMITH & WESSON NEW DEPARTURE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: New Departure Serial No. 244139 Caliber/Bore: .32 S&W Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic .32 Safety hammerless 2nd model. 3 - 1/4” barrel. Checkered safety backstrap. Blue with two-piece checkered hard rubber grips with Smith and Wesson logo. Complete with correct maroon hinged box marked “Smith & Wesson New 38 Departure Blue 3-1/4 Inch”. Condition: Nearly new with 98% bright original blue, with scattered areas of light corrosion from improper storage. Bright case color on hammer and lever. Grips show little wear. Bore is bright. -MKS- 600 - 1,000

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2281 - (M) HIGH CONDITION SMITH & WESSON 36-1 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 36-1 Serial No. 2J3242 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Modern Model 36 with target sights. Blue J-Frame with 3” barrel. Square butt. Two-piece checkered walnut grips. Includes original two-piece blue box correctly marked to the revolver. Includes correct two-piece blue box correctly marked to the gun with paperwork and tools. CONDITION: Nearly new overall with 98+% bright original blue. Appears to have only been factory test fired. -MKS- 600 - 800

2282 - (C) HOPKINS & ALLEN SAFETY POLICE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Hopkins & Allen Model: Safety Police Serial No. 8059 Caliber/Bore: .32 Short RF Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Break top, double action revolver marked “SAFETY POLICE” on frame top strap. 3” ribber barrel. Chambered in .32 rimfire short. Nickel with blue trigger guard and two-piece mother of pearl grips with “HA” monogram medallions. Housed in a period french fitted leather case with a box of period correct cartridges. CONDITION: Excellent plus overall with only a couple areas of flaking to the nickel on cylinder and right side of frame. Strong case color on hammer and trigger. Pearl grips excellent showing minimal wear. Case is excellent showing moderate wear. -MKS600 - 1,000

2283 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 58 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 58 Serial No. N271534 Caliber/Bore: .41 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern N-Frame, 4” barrel, chambered in .41 magnum. Nickel plated with two-piece checkered walnut grips. Complete with original box correctly labeled to the gun with paperwork and tools. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% bright original nickel. Areas oxidation and light pitting from poor storage on left front corner of frame and cylinder. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is perfect, bright and clean. Appears to have only been test fired. -MKS- 600 - 800 2284 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 625-6 REVOLVER MODEL OF 1989. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 625-6 Serial No. CEB9488 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This revolver made for the .45 long colt cartridge. Made of Stainless steel. Built on round butt N-frame with a 5” full lug barrel, blued adjustable rear sight, rubber grips, target hammer and trigger. CONDITION: Gun shows light drag line and a few small age spots on left side of frame. Cylinder shows nearly no flash. Comes in plastic case with paperwork. db 600 - 800 286

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2285 - (M) LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 36 (B) 60 Serial No. (A) 158545 (B) AND6951 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: (A) 2” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Model-36, J-Frame, 1 - 7/8” barrel. Chambered in .38 S&W special. Blue with two-piece checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good overall. Smooth clean metal, turned a brown patina overall showing no abuse. Grips are excellent showing moderate wear. Bore is fine. Action is tight and crisp. (B) Model-60, J-Frame, 1 - 7/8” barrel. Chambered in .38 S&W special. Stainless steel with two-piece checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Grips are excellent showing modest wear. No signs of abuse. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp -MKSPROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS LOT WILL BE DONATED TO SHRINER’S HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN. 600 - 1,000

2286 - (M) LOT OF TWO: S&W 60-15 PRO SERIES AND 442 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Smith and Wesson Model: (A) 60-15; (B) 442 Serial No. (A) CVS0015; (B) SPS3645 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Magnum; (B) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 3”; (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Smith and Wesson Pro Series Model 60-15 with original plastic case. Stainless steel finish with original wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. Spurred hammer. Case includes manual and lock. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 97% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore has crisp rifling. Case is excellent. (B) Smith and Wesson 442 Airweight Double Action Revolver. Black anodized finish with a hard rubber grip. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 85% of its original condition with light handling marks and scratches. Grip is dirty, but is in good condition. Bore has good rifling. Handgun shows signs of heavy use. Overall, a nice pair of personal protection revolvers. JA 600 - 1,000

2287 - (M) LOT OF TWO: RUGER REDHAWK AND RUGER LCR DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (Both) Ruger Model: (A) Redhawk; (B) LCR Serial No. (A) 501-03922; (B) 546-60422 Caliber/Bore: (Both) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2”; (B) 1 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Ruger Redhawk revolver with original box and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1984-85. Original stainless finish and Ruger wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with numerous scratches and handling marks. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling left. Handgun shows signs of heavy use. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Box is excellent. (B) Ruger LCR Double Action Revolver with original box and paperwork. Matte finish with rubber grip. Box includes soft carry case, manual and warranty card. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Rubber grip is very good with light wear. Bore with very good rifling left. Handgun shows signs of being fired numerous times. Box is excellent. Overall a great pair of handguns for the range. JA 600 - 900

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2288 - (C) STEVENS HUNTER’S PET 34 SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Hunter’s Pet 34 Serial No. 1545 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 LC (B) 24 Gauge Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 20 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Heavy Frame Hunter’s Pet pocket rifle with two sets of barrels serial numbered to the frame. Housed in a very colorful handmade period chest. 1-1/4” wide nickel plated frame with two piece smooth walnut grips. 20-3/4” octagon to round 24 gauge smooth bore shotgun barrel with brass pin front sight. 18” full octagon rifled barrel chambered in .32 Long Colt centerfire with globe front and fold down elevator rear sights. Nickel plated detachable shoulder stock. CONDITION: Frame and shoulder stock retain 80-85% original nickel with scattered freckling. Grips are excellent with moderate wear. Shotgun barrel has roughly 50% original blue blending with brown patina. Bore is darkening with moderate pitting. Rifle barrel has 50-60% original blue blended with brown patina. Bore is good with moderate scattered pitting and strong rifling. Overall a very colorful and unique set. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 3,000

2289 - (C) LOT OF 2: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (BOTH) Pocket Rifle Serial No. (A) 5016 (B) 8330 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 RF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 12” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Tip-up frame with 18” round barrel. Chambered in .30 rimfire. Globe front and elevator rear sights. Nickel plated frame and skeleton stock. Two piece rosewood grips. Fitted in a period walnut case with navy blue interior. CONDITION: Fine overall with most all original nickel on frame and stock. Barrel is smooth and clean with traces of original blue, turned a pleasing brown patina overall. Strong traces of fire blue on hammer. Grips are refinished with nearly all reapplied finish remaining. Bore is fine with light pitting. Case is sound overall. Interior is fine showing light to moderate wear. (B) Rifle same as above only with a 12” barrel and chambered in .22 rimfire. Fitted in a period walnut case with navy blue interior. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 85% thinning blue on barrel. Most all original bright nickel remaining frame and stock. Fair bore with moderate pitting. Case is very fine overall with a lateral crack in lid. Interior is sound showing light to moderate wear. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS1,500 - 2,000 288

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2290 - (A) RARE STEVENS .41 CALIBER DERINGER PISTOL. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Single Shot Serial No. 57 Caliber/Bore: .41RF Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique

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Built in 1875 with less than 100 believed to have been manufactured. Chambered in .41 caliber rimfire. 4” part round/part octagon barrel. Nickel plated brass frame, blue barrel, and 2-piece walnut grips, with a bird’s head profile butt. CONDITION: Excellent plus, with most all original bright nickel plating. Barrel retains approximately 30% original blue, mostly in protected areas thinning to a grey/blue patina overall. Grips are excellent showing minimum wear. Original unmolested screws. Bore is very good with scattered moderate pitting. Overall a very scarce and attractive model with presentable condition. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,500 - 2,000

2291 - (C) S.S. SHATTUCK UNIQUE PALM PISTOL. Manufacturer: S.S. Shattuck Unique Model: Palm Pistol Serial No. 768 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 1 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic High condition, nickel plated, four shot, .22RF. Unique rotating firing pin. Only a few thousand of these little guns were manufactured between 1907-1915. CONDITION: Excellent plus with 95% original nickel remaining. Action operates flawlessly. Bores are clean and bright. Appears to have been fired very little -MKS- 1,500 - 2,500

2292 - (C) MARBLE 1908 GAME GETTER PISTOL. Manufacturer: Marble Model: Game Getter Serial No. 4091 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 RF (U) .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Webster Marble’s masterpiece “minimalist” combination gun. 1908 Model, serial number 4091. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 rimfire and bottom barrel chambered in .44 smoothbore. “Flexible” tang mounted rear sight. Flip-up rear barrel sight, small bead front sight. Right side of frame marked “PATENT ALLOWED”. Blue with case hardened hammer. Hard rubber checkered grips marked “MARBLE TRADE MARK”. Left side of frame marked “GAME GETTER” and three line “-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/MARBLE SAFETY AXE CO./ GLADSTONE, MICH.U.S.A-” Folding stock adjustment is located on top rather than the typically seen bottom position, also has a “ratcheting” action to the lock. Includes a reproduction of the original style 1908 sliding top wood box, marked “-ONE- MARBLE’S GAME GETTER GUN”. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 95% original thinning blue mixed with patina overall. Folding stock locks up well. Excellent clean and bright bores. Action is crisp and tight. Box is nearly new. Overall an very attractive set. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,250 - 3,000

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2293 - (C) COLT CAMP PERRY SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Camp Perry Serial No. 1858 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1931. Adjustable front and rear sights. Blued finish, checkered walnut silver medallion Colt grips correctly numbered to gun on interior, Pachmayr grip adapter. Rarer variation 8” barrel. CONDITION: Fine as refinished, retaining the vast majority of the refinish with a few minor cosmetic marks from handling and operation. Legends legible, Pony is light. Action works appropriately, bore is very good with good rifling. EW 1,250 - 1,750 2294 - (A) REMINGTON 1891 SINGLE SHOT .22 TARGET PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1891 Target Pistol Serial No. 238 Caliber/Bore: .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique Very limited production and fitted with 10 inch part octagon barrel with blade front sight and barrel mounted rear sight. Smooth walnut forearm and pistol grip. Serial number on upper and lower tang (238). Remington address and patent dates on left side of frame. Barrel marked with Remington address. Chambered for .22 rimfire. A brass identification tag is attached to trigger guard identifying this as item Number 1496 of the famed J. M. Davis gun collection of Claremore, OK. CONDITION. Good as totally refinished. Bore is very good with sharp rifling. Wood stocks are lightly worn but fully intact. Action operates properly. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 2295 - (C) STEVENS NO. 35 OFF-HAND PISTOL. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: 35 Serial No. 32380 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Rare Stevens tip-up off-hand pistol with blued frame and grip cap. Model No. 35 with an 8” round barrel chambered in .22 long rifle. Complete with original box correctly labeled to the gun. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most all original blue finish remaining. Strong fire blue on hammer and trigger. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Action is tight and locks up well. Rarely seen correct pasteboard box is very good overall with the correct label to the pistol. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 2296 - (C) REMINGTON 1901 ROLLING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT .22 SHORT PISTOL Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1901 Rolling Block Serial No. 5291 Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Remington 1901 Rolling Block single shot pistol. Both the bluing and wood on this gun have been refinished. Marked “22.s.” on the barrel. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its blued finished with light wear on the edges. Wood is very good with minor handling marks and gouges. Bore is clean with fair rifling left. Hammer and loading gate function as they should. A nice handgun for the range. JA 900 - 1,300 290

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2297 - (C) GERMAN SINGLE SHOT .22 PARLOR / TARGET PISTOL. Manufacturer: German Model: Single Shot Pistol Serial No. 1237 Caliber/Bore: .22 Hornet Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Dating to around the 1920’s, this is referred to as a Parlor pistol as it was intended for indoor target shooting in Germany. The only factory stamp on frame is DRMS with proofs. The bottom of octagon barrel is stamped with proofs, 527, 10.02 and 1237. The rear sight is adjustable and front sight has a ear protected bead. Grips are Gutta Percha with stag logo on both panels. Barrel is blue and frame is case color. The barrel has light muzzle wear but all edges are sharp. Frame retains 30% color on left but has patterned out on right. The trigger is adjustable. Bore, action and grips are excellent. Caliber is purported to be in .22 Hornet and was made for center fire cartridge but is not stamped on gun. DB 850 - 1,500

2298 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH AND WESSON 5906 AND 6906 SA PISTOLS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 5906 (B) 6906 Serial No. (A) TCB3680 (B) TDA2975 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Parabellum Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern (A) Model 5906. 9mm. Satin finished stainless steel with 4” barrel. Double action. Ambidextrous safety. Adjustable sights. Wrap-around Delrin grips. Exposed hammer. CONDITION: Nearly new with no appreciable signs of wear. In correct S&W box numbered to gun with proper paperwork and tools. (B) Model 6906. 9mm. Satin finish stainless steel slide with alloy frame. 3 - 1/2” barrel. Wraparound Delrin grips. Fixed sights. Ambidextrous safety. Non-exposed hammer. CONDITION: Nearly new with no appreciable wear. In correct Smith & Wesson box numbered to gun with paperwork and tools. -MKS800 - 1,200

2299 - (M) SMITH & WESSON 41 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 41 Serial No. 113573 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 7” (B) 5” FFL Status: Modern The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is considered to be one of the finest .22 caliber semi-auto target pistols available. 7” barrel with muzzle brake. Micrometer click rear adjustable sight. Button magazine release. Wrap-around checkered walnut grips with thumb rest. Adjustable trigger stop. Includes a second 5” barrel. Complete with original two piece blue box. CONDITION: Nearly new showing no appreciable wear or finish loss. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Both barrels have excellent bores. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,400

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2300 - (C) VERY FINE WORLD WAR II CANADIAN INGLIS MK.I* BROWNING HIGH POWER 9MM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Inglis Model: MK I* Serial No. 3T4083 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard war time production. Fixed rear sight. Not slotted for a shoulder stock. T block serial number for Canadian issue. Matching numbers. Proper Canadian military proof marks. Has a decal on the front grip strap with a maple leaf and some writing around it, has flaked away a bit. Black plastic grips. Correct 13 round Inglis magazine. CONDITION: Very fine with some light handling marks, about 98% original finish. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Fine bore with bright sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000 2301 - (C) COLT SERVICE MODEL ACE 1911 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Service Model Ace Serial No. SM12744 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1945 Vintage martially marked 1911 ACE. 5” .22 long rifle with right side of frame marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY”. Parkerized finish. Correct sights. full checkered “Coltwood” plastic grips. Checkered trigger. CONDITION: Excellent with most all parkerized finish remaining, only noticeable finish loss being on right side of the slide at the muzzle. Some freckling on left side of slide at the muzzle. Bore is bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 1,000 - 1,500 2302 - (C) WALTHER AC-43 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL FULL RIG. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 9522F Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Brown Bakelite two piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Two correct eight round detachable box magazines with eagle 359 Waffenamt. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 92% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Fair bore with showing some slight frosting and wear. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. This is a complete rig and comes in a minty hard shell holster with an extra magazine. Holster is an original and is marked “CWW 1942 WaA392”. Nice bright stitching that is tight and serviceable. REW 1,000 - 1,500 2303 - (C) WORLD WAR II CANADIAN INGLIS MK.I* BROWNING HIGH POWER 9MM PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Mk I* Serial No. 6T2914 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration with a fixed rear sight. Not slotted for a shoulder stock. All matching numbers. “T” serial number block for Canadian issue. Checkered black plastic grips. Correct 13 round Inglis magazine. Accompanied by an original Canadian military canvas holster dated 1945 which features a spare magazine and steel cleaning rod to make it a complete rig. CONDITION: Retains 98% finish overall with some light handling marks. Most likely arsenal refurbished. All markings are clear. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine grips with minor handling marks. Fine mechanical function. Holster is dirty but solid. GR 1,000 - 1,500 292

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2304 - (C) VERY FINE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER BYF 44 P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL, WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.38 Serial No. 3047B Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. “byf/ 44” marked on the left side of the slide. Eagle / 135 inspected. All matching numbers. Dark brown Bakelite grips. Accompanied by an eagle / 135 inspected magazine and a black leather “gxy 1944” marked holster with a modified flap and body. CONDITION: Very fine with 98% finish overall. Minor handling marks. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is solid with strong stitching and minor scuff marks, flap and body have been cut away on one side. GR 1,000 - 1,500

2305 - (C) MAUSER BROOMHANDLE C96 “RED 9” SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH RIG. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 29778 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Original World War I C96 with the large red ‘9’ incised into the wood grips of which most of the red paint has faded away. All matching numbers. CONDITION: The entire gun is a soft brown patina with overall light salt and pepper finish, probably caused by resting in holster. The original wood shoulder stock has a non-matching number but is in excellent condition. The leather holder is a fine reproduction set with wood handle rod. Bore is sharp. 1,000 - 1,400

2306 - (M) LOT OF TWO: FN BROWNING HI-POWER & AMT HARDBALLER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Browning (B) AMT Model: (A) Hi-Power (B) Hardballer Serial No. (A) 245PY11386 (B) A09741 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Para (B) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 5/8” (B) 5” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) FN Browning Hi-Power. Serial number dates this gun to 1982. Belgian made gun. Serial number on the barrel and frame match. Magazine safety is intact. Original magazine. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 98% of its original blued finish with light handling marks. Wood grips are excellent. Bore has dust from storage in it, but retains crisp rifling. Magazine is very good. (B) AMT Hardballer with original box and extra magazine. Copy of a 1911 made from 1977-2002. This is an El Monte California production gun. Correct two-tone stainless finish, with wood grips. Adjustable rear sight. Extra magazine is marked “Vega/.45 AUTO” Box includes tool for trigger adjustment. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks and scratches. Grips are very good with a few minor nicks and scratches. Bore with fair rifling left. Magazines are excellent. Box is very good with light wear. A classic pair of handguns from the 1980’s for your collection. JA 1,200 - 1,800

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2307 - (M) LOT OF THREE: SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS FROM SIG, HECKLER & KOCH, AND SMITH & WESSON Manufacturer: (A) Sig (B) H&K (C) S&W Model: (A) P220 (B) USP40 (C) PPK/S Serial No. (A) G227818 (B) 22067744 (C) 9394BAM Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) .40 S&W (C) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/8” (B) 4 - 1/4” (C) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Sig P220 made in West Germany circa 1994. Chin of slide marked for proofing at Kiel. Tritium three dot sights, two piece plastic grips. Comes in a grey Sigarms case with factory paperwork. Import marked on left side of slide for Sigarms. CONDITION: Fine, showing only very light evidence of handling and use. Action works properly, bore is very good, bright and shiny with good rifling. (B) H&K USP 40 with manual safety and decocker. Manufactured 1999 per date code, proofed at Ulm. Three dot white combat sights. CONDITION: Fine, showing very light evidence of use. Polygonal rifling is very good. (C) Smith and Wesson made PPK/S in .380 ACP with “i-dot” sights. Manual safety and decocker, Walther plastic grip scales. CONDITION: Very good, showing light evidence of use. Action works properly, bore is very good. EW 1,200 - 1,800

2308 - (C) MAUSER MODEL P.08 1942 DATE MAUSER BANNER LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 5932y Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Mauser Banner 1942 date Luger with two matching magazines and holster. Gun is all matching, including the two magazines. Non import marked and retains the original waffenamts. Holster is dated 1940 and is most likely police issue. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original bluing. Grips are very good, with some light discoloration on the bottom right side. Mechanically excellent. Bore is shiny. Magazines are very good. Holster is good with light wear in areas. JA 1,200 - 1,500

2309 - (C) MAUSER MODEL P.08 S/42 1938 DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 2993l Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Mauser Model P.08 S/42 code 1938 dated Luger with two matching magazines and holster. Gun is all matching, with its matching numbered magazines. No import marks, and retaining the original “Waffenamp’s”. Holster is dated 1938 and is Nazi marked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light holster wear on the edges. Grips are very good with light wear on the checkering. Mechanically excellent. Bore retains sharp rifling. Magazines and holster are very good to excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2310 - (C) MAUSER BYF 42 P.08 LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 7733i Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Mauser BYF 42 code Luger with holster. Gun is all matching and not import marked. Retains its original waffenamts. Magazine does not match, but is the correct “fxo” style. Holster is dated “42” and is Nazi marked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original blued finish with some light holster wear near the barrel. Grips are excellent. Mechanically excellent. Bore is shiny. Magazine and holster are very good with light wear. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2311 - (C) LOT OF FOUR: FRENCH MAB, CZ MODEL 83, AND TWO WALTHER MODEL 4 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) MAB (B) CZ (C) Walther (D) Walther Model: (A) D (B) 83 (C) 4 (D) 4 Serial No. (A) BF883 (B) 14994 (C) 192060 (D) 78772 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) 9mm (C) .32 ACP (D) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 3/4” (C) 3 - 1/2” (D) 3 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) French MAB Model D with holster. Import marked on the left side. Magazine is unmarked, as is the holster. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Original grips are good with mild wear. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Slide lock will not stay in place, but other wise mechanically fine. Magazine is good. Holster is fair with a broken tab. (B) CZ Model 83 with holster. Import marked on the left side of the frame. Matching numbers. Czech proof on the frame as well as a date of “1988”. Magazine is unmarked. Holster is made by Safariland. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains some of its original finish with a light patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Grips are good with mild wear. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine and holster are very good. (C) Walther Model 4 with holster. Typical German commercial proofs. Magazine is unmarked as is the holster. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains some of its original finish with light wear and handling marks on most of the edges. Grips are good, with wear and handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine and holster are very good. (D) Walther Model 4 with holster and extra magazine. Typical German commercial proofs. Slide looks to have been refinished at some point. Magazine is unmarked. Extra magazine is aftermarket. Holster has some illegible writing on the inside of the flap. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal retains most of its finish with areas of wear and freckling. Grips are solid, but have numerous handling marks and scratches. Bore with fair rifling. Magazine latch needs work, as neither magazine will lock in. Magazines are fair, with the spare having a broken floor plate. JA 1,200 - 1,700 2312 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO AMT AUTOMAG SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) AMT (B) AMT Model: (A) AutoMag III (B) AutoMag II Serial No. (A) A08215 (B) H25174 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 Carbine (B) .22 RF Mag Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) AMT Automag III with box. Manufactured 1992-2001. Adjustable rear sight. Comes with two magazines total. Both are unmarked. Box is matching to the gun and contains the original manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original two-tone finish. Grips have a few cracks, but are solid overall. Bore is clean with good rifling left. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are very good, as is the box. (B) AMT Automag II with the original box. Manufactured 1987-1999. Adjustable rear sight. Comes with two magazines total. Both are unmarked. Box is matching to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original two-tone finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling left. Magazines are very good, as is the box. Mechanically excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2313 - (C) SWISS 1906 CROS IN SHIELD DWM LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1906 Swiss Serial No. 12763 Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; round pencil barrel, Inverted V front sight V-notch rear sight, wide grip safety, Wood checkered grips with crisp checkering, and seven-round detachable Swiss style magazine with steel disc inserts. “DWM” in scroll on the front toggle link. Swiss cross in shield over the chamber. Extractor is marked “Geladen”. All matching numbers gun. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 94% of the original factory applied blue finish with strawed small parts. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lads and grooves. Crisp checkering on grips with no chips or cracks in the wood. Comes in a fair brown Swiss holster with shoulder straps. Also comes with the “PUTZZEUG KOMPL” or cleaning kit. It is in a matching brown leather case. REW 1,500 - 2,500

2314 - (C) COLT WOODSMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Woodsman Serial No. 80952S Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 2nd series Match Target. 6” barrel with full length lug. Chambered in .22 LR. Two-piece “Coltwood” grips with thumb rest. Full blue finish. Button magazine release. Pinned front blade and rear adjustable sights. Correct Colt marked clip. Includes correct Colt brown hinged box labeled to gun with paperwork. CONDITION: Nearly mint showing little to no wear overall. Bore is bright and clean. -MKS- 1,900 - 2,500

2315 - (C) WWII NAZI GERMAN BLACK WIDOW MAUSER 1942 P.08 LUGER WITH INTERESTING PRE-WAR HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P08 Serial No. 9541E Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Gun is a standard 1942 production (dated 42 above the chamber), “Black Widow” Luger. Original black Bakelite grips. Proper “fxo” “37” black bottom magazine. All matching numbers. Blued trigger and safety lever. All matching numbers. Accompanying this gun is an unmarked brown leather holster with a flap over the tool pouch intended for a cleaning rod (this type of holster is noted on page 124 of “Third Reich Lugers And Their Accessories” by Jan C. Still). This additional strap is typically found on 1932-1934 dated military holsters. CONDITION: Gun retains 85% original finish overall. Some wear on the high points and light handling marks. All markings are clear. Grips show some wear with light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is very good with light handling marks. Stitching is solid. GR 1,500 - 2,000

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2316 - (C) CASED COLT M1911A1 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1911A1 Serial No. 776659 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt M1911A1 with World War Two commemorative case. Manufactured in 1942. Gun retains its U.S. acceptance marks and property mark. Colt marked magazine. Case appears to be custom and commemorates the Pacific Theater of World War Two. CONDITION: Overall, very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with some light wear in areas. Grips are excellent. Bore is dirty, but has fair rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine is very good with light wear. Case is excellent. JA 1,500 - 2,000

2317 - (C) 1920 SWISS COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1920 Swiss Serial No. 2343i Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1920 commercial Swiss Cross in Sunburst. Features include long frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link. Wide grip safety. Walnut checkered grips. Eight round detachable box magazine. Manufactured by DWM for commercial sales in Switzerland. Marked in the commercial style and in the I suffix range. Crown N proofs on the barrel, front toggle link and the left side of receiver. Ejector is marked GELADEN. Safety in the upper position. Cross in starburst above chamber and “DWM” in scroll on front toggle link. CONDITION: Gun is a mostly matching numbers gun. The hold open device and the grips are mismatched. Gun retains 96% of the rust blue finish and 92% straw on the small parts. It has had some restoration work done to it. The grips have crisp checkering and no chips or cracks. Correct nickel magazine with unnumbered wood bottom. RW 2,000 - 3,000

2318 - (C) HIGH POLISH SLOTTED RADOM PISTOL PRODUCED UNDER GERMAN OCCUPATION Manufacturer: F. B Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. B1587 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic B series serial number high polish P-35 Radom pistol with triple latches and slotted frame for stock. WaA77 German inspection on left side of frame. Single line legend on left side of slide with German (P 35) marking. Matching numbers observed on frame, barrel, and slide. Black checkered plastic grips with FB marking in center. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and mechanics over 90% blue finish remains with losses at edges, muzzle an holster wear at ejection port. Grips are excellent with no cracks or chips. TDW 2,000 - 4,000

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2319 - (C) GERMAN INSPECTED SLOTTED P-35 RADOM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Poland Model: Radom Serial No. 7108 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Eagle WaA77 inspected on left side of frame as well as on slide. Single line F.B. Radom Legend on left side of slide. Blue finish with triple latch configuration and slotted butt for shoulder stock. Black plastic checkered grips with FB in center. Pre-alpha prefix serial number with matching numbers observed on frame, slide, and barrel. CONDITION: Very fine with over 90% arsenal blue finish remaining with balance fading. Excellent bore and mechanics. Recoil spring guide has been field repaired with braze. Grips are excellent with no cracks or chips and several very minor scratches. 2,000 - 4,000 2320 - (C) BOXED PRE-WAR COLT WOODSMAN SPORT PISTOL WITH BOXED STOCK AND HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Woodsman Serial No. 118629 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Arguably the finest .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol ever made. The Woodsman was first offered by Colt in 1927 but the forerunner to this gun, referred to as a Pre-Woodsman was introduced in 1915 and was offered through 1977. This is the scarce 1937 Sport model with fixed sights, blue finish and fully checkered walnut grips. The original two tone magazine is included along with an extra and is stamped “COLT WOODSMAN CAL . 22 LR”. This gun has some light muzzle wear and a hint of high edge wear and would still rate a solid 99% original finish. Fine bore and action. The original hinged box has non-matching number on bottom and comes with Colt screwdriver and paperwork along with green hang tag. CONDITION: Near mint with full proper end label. The leather combination holster/shoulder stock rests in its original marked box that is in excellent condition with end label. It is made by National as the N-S Model and is so stamped on the leather. and is like new unused condition. The combination holster/stock is rare, especially in brand new condition. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DB 2,000 - 3,500

2321 - (C) COLT ACE .22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1931). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Ace Serial No. 1223 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic To save on cost of ammunition and recoil management the Colt Ace was born. This firearm is chambered in .22 LR which allowed military and civilians to shoot their 1911 platform with far less expense and recoil compared to their .45 ACP counterpart. The pistol comes with the traditional checkered walnut grips, blade front sight and adjustable notch rear sight. The barrel of this firearm is constructed with a hinged floating rear chamber which amplifies the recoil to help assist in cycling the slide. The left side of the firearm reads, “COLT’S PT.F.A.MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. PAT’D APR. 20, 1897. SEPT. 9. 1902. DEC. 19, 1905. FEB. 14. 1911. AUG. 19. 1913.” To the right of the two line block text and before the serration is the Rampant Colt insignia. The right side of the slide reads, “Colt Ace .22 Long Rifle.” The magazine has a pinned base and a two-tone temper line. CONDITION: Nice firearm with 80%-85% original blue finish remaining. All checkered patterns on plug, hammer, trigger front, slide lock, magazine release, and section underneath grip safety retain great texture. Right grip panel has two small dents and two small black spots . Plunger tube has heavy wear with the remainder of pistol showing light signs of use especially toward the front of slide and front of grip frame. Small nicks throughout slide and frame. Barrel maintains sharp rifling and all parts are in excellent working order and timed tightly. SS 3,000 - 4,000 298

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2322 - (C) RARE AND DESIRABLE 1934 “K” DATE 9MM P-08 LUGER RIG BY MAUSER WITH CAPTURE PAPERS. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 734 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Rare K-date marked chamber with S/42 toggle and stylized “S” indicating first lot of approximately 1700 guns. Right of barrel has traces of the early droop wing eagle while bottom of barrel is marked 734 and 8,83 and left side of barrel has the early O-37 proof. The majority of the small parts including the side plate, extractor, safety ejector, magazine release button and front of the trigger guard also has the correct small script “S” markings. The complete matching serial number is marked on the left side of the barrel extension, front of the frame, and underside of the barrel, with the last two numbers “734” marked on most of the small components.The magazine is blue with an aluminum base marked “2/734”. The pistol is fitted with checkered walnut grips marked internally 34 with early droop eagle marking. Pistol is housed in the appropriate 1934 Dresden holster with droop eagle and has the corresponding spare magazine marked 1/734 with droop eagle proof. Take down/loading tool is the rare O-37 marked tool. Pistol is accompanied by capture paper date March 25, 1946 to Glenn Stambaugh and the captured item is identified as “1” pistol. CONDITION: Very fine as completely refinished and restored. The blue finish mimics the original as does the straw finishes. The bore and mechanics are excellent. The magazine markings are restored and are contemporary. The holster and tool are very fine and original with solid stitching and crisp markings. An exceedingly rare Luger Variation representing the very first P08 pistols produced for the New German Leader Adolf Hitler. TDW 3,000 - 4,000

2323 - (C) EXTREMELY FINE WORLD WAR II USGI REMINGTON RAND 1911A1 .45 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN 1964 CMP SHIPPING BOX. Manufacturer: Remington Rand Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 2440676 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a standard late production Remington Rand 1911A1 made in 1945, towards the end of production. FJA inspected. Accompanied by the original shipping box from Raritan Arsenal dated 1964 which has the serial number of the gun on the shipping label, inside the shipping carton is the original cardboard box from the factor. The box lists a total of two magazines with this gun, however there is only one present. CONDITION: Extremely fine, showing only very minor handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is fine with sharp bright rifling. Fine mechanical function. Gun retains 98%+ of the original factory finish. The cardboard box is very good with some minor handling marks and scuffing. The shipping carton is solid, some scuffs. There is a plastic wrapping around the body of the box which protects both the COD label as well as the shipping label. GR 2,500 - 3,500

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2324 - (C) SAIPAN PROVENANCE US COLT MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1911A1 Serial No. 1722140 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Battle of Saipan Provenance Colt Model 1911-A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol. A rare well-documented piece of history, this is an original Colt Model 1911-A1, S/N 1722140 (dating it to 1941), carried and used during the Battle of Saipan from June 15th to July 9th, 1944. The pistol remained on the island after the battle (the story is it was a battlefield pickup) and eventually stored in the armory of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Dept. of Public Safety. In an effort to re-arm it’s police force, The CNMI DPS sold this pistol, along with nineteen M1 Garands, to the private collector Al Burdi in Hawaii. It’s in original WW2-era shape with all of the original parts, proper markings, parkerized finish with no import/export marks or visible slide temper line. It was well maintained during the years it was in the armory so its current condition is quite remarkable. The pistol comes with several documents, including two on CNMI government letterhead signed by the DPS police commissioner, confirming the provenance of the pistol and private sale. According to records, this was the ONLY pistol in the armory. This is a rare opportunity to own one of the most well-documented firearms linked to a specific WW2 battle. CONDITION: There is overall age freckling over the original finish and the bore is clean. TDW 6,500 - 8,500

2325 - (C) COLT 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC NATIONAL MATCH PISTOL WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 1148807 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Post-War Army National Match built on a Colt frame. Proper inspection marks for Drewery and rebuild stamp for Springfield Arsenal. Proper Colt National Match barrel with matching serial number. Proper barrel bushing with last four of serial number electropencilled on side. Proper slide slide with US marked Elliason adjustable rear sight and blacked out serrated front sight, and “8806” under firing pin stop plate. Accompanied by a shipping box with label reading “1005-994-9512-B001 // PISTOL AUTO C/45 M1911A1 NM W/E // 1 EAA A 3/66 // SPRINGFIELD ARMORY”. Box has a canvas bag inside stamped same. CONDITION: Very good as arsenal reconditioned. Some minor scattered marks from handling and operation, retaining the vast majority of parkerized refinish. Some of the original legends are obscured by the refinish. Operates correctly with a very good bore. Box is very good with some loosening of the tape and roughness to corners. Canvas bag is ripped where opened. This gun came out of the Charles W. Clawson collection. It comes with a letter from him stating that. EW 2,500 - 3,500 300

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2326 - (M) ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 59 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 59 Serial No. A547927 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Nickel plated, engraved with mother of pearl grips. Class -Aengraving. 4” barrel, chambered in 9mm Para. 13-shot magazine. Complete with correct 2-piece blue box labeled to the the pistol. Label is marked “Special” and grips “P”. Also includes a Smith & Wesson style wood case fitted to the pistol. CONDITION: Nearly new overall with 98+% original nickel. Pearl grips are excellent with no visible chips or cracks. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Appears unfired. -MKS- 2,500 - 3,500

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2327 - (C) SCARCE EARLY WWII NAZI GERMAN WALTHER ZERO SERIES P.38 9MM PISTOL, FOURTH VARIATION. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 5466 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is the 4th variation of the early WWII Zero series P.38. Eagle 359 inspected. Banner Walther on the left side of the slide. All numbers are matching. Black checkered plastic grips as it should have. These were made from approximately April until July of 1940. Accompanied by a non-matching, but Zero series magazine which is Eagle/ 359 inspected. No import marks. CONDITION: Retains approximately 70% of the original high luster commercial style blued finish. All markings are clear. Grips are good, with a piece missing from the rear top of the right grip. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 3,000 - 4,000

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2328 - (C) VERY FINE WORLD WAR II USGI COLT 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .45 PISTOL MADE IN 1945. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 2325261 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. GHD inspected. Proper late World War II production Colt barrel. Proper “C-S” marked magazine. This gun has the block numbers on the serial number. CONDITION: Retains 98%+ original finish overall with some slight handling marks. Grips are fine. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000

2329 - (C) WALTHER PPK RICHSBANK .22 LR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PPK Serial No. 343945k Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Late war all matching numbers gun including the magazine. The magazine is numbered on the right side of the finger rest. Fixed front and rear sights with the original red painted rear sight and the yellow painted front sight. Black wrap around one piece Walther grips and magazine finger rest. CONDITION: Gun retains 96% of the original factory applied blue finish with just a hint of high edge wear. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Eagle N proof on the slide, chamber and the end of the barrel. A great addition to any collection. RW 2,000 - 3,000

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2330 - (C) DWM MODEL 1906 COMMERCIAL .30 CALIBER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1906 Commercial Serial No. 26190 Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in Germany and elsewhere. This is known as the 1906 commercial safety marked. Round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “Gesichert” in the lower position, extractor marked “Geladen” on left side, center toggle link marked “DWM” in script. Wide grip safety without a stock lug. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 92% of the non-original applied rust blue finish with strawed small parts. Checkered walnut grips show some wear. Nickel magazine with blank Wood bottom. According to the book “Lugers at Random” on page 94, it was a left over Navy frame that had not been altered. Only about 750 of these were produced. This one has a German retailer mark on the right side of the frame “GENSCHOW&CO. BERLIN”. Geco is a registered trade name of Genschow. Currently a manufacturer of ammunition. It also has a six inch pencil barrel that was probably added at the retailer. A hard gun to find in any condition. RW 2,000 - 2,500

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2331 - (C) EXHIBITION ENGRAVED AND CASED BROWNING POCKET .25 ACP BY ANGELO BEE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Baby Serial No. 351065 Caliber/Bore: .25 ACP Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1966. Belgian Browning .25 Baby Pocket pistol profusely engraved and embellished by master engraver Angelo Bee. Frame and slide are vine inlaid in yellow gold with rose gold flowers. Coverage extends on both sides including front strap and back strap of grip as well as base of trigger guard. The combination of both yellow and rose gold creates a unique presentation of a master’s work. The pistol is mounted with custom checkered walnut grips with a rope outer border. Trigger is plated in yellow gold. Gun is housed in a French fitted blue leatherette case with blue velvet lining and Browning nameplate installed internally. The is the most profusely embellished Baby Browning ever offered by us and is a piece of mechanical art. CONDITION: Essentially new since custom embellished by Angelo Bee. Case is very fine with slight surface scrape on top edge. TDW 2,000 - 3,000 2332 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911A1 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1942). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 785206 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1942. Half moon front sight, U notch rear sight. Correctly matches frame number under firing pin retaining plate. “P” proof on top of slide. Inside of slide marked “G” “8” “U/N”. Two line two block address and patent block with intercepting pony. Barrel has been cleaned and only remaining marks are a “2” in front of the lug and a barely visible “745(?)” on lower right side of breech. Oversized barrel link. Top of frame with “G” and Flaming Bomb. Coltwood grips with reinforcing screws and scoop lightening interior. Short checkered trigger, checkered slide release, left side only safety, spurred trigger, and arched mainspring housing with lanyard loop. Unmarked parkerized magazine. “W.B.” in rectangle for Waldemar Broberg, “P” stamps on frame, trigger guard with “VP” “T” and “71”. CONDITION: Very good as reparkerized, retaining the vast majority of that refinish with some silvering to high edges and reciprocating areas. Action works appropriately, bore is very good with sharp visible rifling and some roughness. EW 2,000 - 3,000 2333 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1917). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. 216267 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1917. Marked with a horizontal “3” under the firing pin retaining plate, “H” directly above plate, in recess. U notch flat top rear sight, half moon front sight. Two line two block patent date and address block ending with August. 19.1913 with Rampant Colt at rear, behind cocking serrations. Slide markings with no serifs. Later replacement Springfield barrel with “S” and “P” on left lug, “PX-4” heat lot number on lower left side of breech. Checkered slide stop. Checkered left side only safety, hammer, magazine release. Long smooth face trigger, smooth flat mainspring housing. Gilbert H. Stewart proof on frame. Truncated diamond walnut grips, right top screw tends to take the bushing out with it. First variation Springfield magazine with lanyard loop. Holster conforms to the Mills 1914 pattern but is most likely spurious, as the Mills ink stamp is diminutive and the snaps are elliptical rather than round. CONDITION: Good, retaining the majority of its original blue with wear at high points and scattered cosmetic scratches and other markings from handling and use. Action works correctly, bore is very good to fine, with sharp visible rifling and some light evidence of use. Holster is very good, stitching is tight, with some rubbing to brass toe and belt loops. EW 2,000 - 3,000

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2334 - (C) 1942 WALTHER PPK EAGLE C POLICE MODEL SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH GREY/BROWN GRIPS. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PPK Serial No. 389020K Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Rare and desirable Walther Eagle “C” inspected PPK. It is marked with the Eagle/C acceptance stamp identifying it as a Police issued pistol It is equipped with Rare, Grey/Brown plastic Walther grips. The Walther PPK was developed originally for undercover police use but were quickly put into military and special service applications. PROVENANCE: Charles Clawson collection. This pistol is accompanied by a letter from noted author Charles Clawson stating that it came from his personal collection and is correct and authentic in all regards. CONDITION: The gun does not appear to have seen any real use. The bore is sharp and the gun is all-matching. There is a hint of muzzle wear and a couple of minor handling marks. This is nice example of an early war, milled blue finish police gun. The grey brown marbled grips are free of any cracks. Comes with one Walther marked magazine. 1,800 - 2,500 2335 - (C) MATCHING SIMSON & CO. P.08 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Simson & Co. Model: P.08 Serial No. 366a Caliber/Bore: 9mm Para Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic P.08 receiver manufactured by Simson & Co. between 1929 and 1934. Simson proofs found on all externally marked components. Imperial Eagle on left side of breech block with Simson proofs on right. Matching numbers include: the frame, receiver, barrel, breechblock, forward toggle link, rear toggle link, receiver axle, recoil lever, safety, trigger sideplate, locking bolt, and trigger. Firing pin bears an Eagle over “6” Simson proof. Magazine does not match but bears Simson proofs on the bottom and spine. Checkered wood grips are matching and bear Simson proofs inside. CONDITION: Metal components retain generous amounts of arsenal applied bluing, with areas of wear on the frame’s receiver rail and the muzzle. Grip straps show thinning with a pleasing patina showing through the bluing. Strawed components show light thinning. Bore is bright and retains strong lands and grooves. Checkered wood grips are excellent, showing only minute wear to the checkering. Overall, an absolutely fantastic Simson manufactured P.08 pistol. MW 1,500 - 2,000 2336 - (C) DWM MODEL 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE .30 CALIBER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1906 American Eagle Serial No. 44445 Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Short frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety, Ideal grips and eight round detachable box magazine. The gun is all matching except the grips. CONDITION: Good bore showing sharp lands and grooves. After market Ideal grips that would accept a stock. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 80% of the original rust blue finish and 95% of the original straw color. There is some pitting on the right side above the trigger. American Eagle above the chamber and “DWM” in scroll on the front toggle link. The extractor is marked loaded. Approximately 8,000 manufactured for sales in the United States. RW 1,500 - 2,000

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2337 - (C) COLT MILITARY MODEL 1902 .38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1902 Serial No. 39322 Caliber/Bore: .38 ACP Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The Colt 1902 is a unique model that was developed by John Browning and later produced under Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company. The 1902 was designed to be an improvement on their 1900 model. There were two different variants under the 1902 model which were Military and Sporting. This particular pistol is the Military variant as it has a mechanical slide stop, spur hammer, and a lanyard loop on the heel of the grip. The grip panels are hard rubber and they are embossed with the word “COLT” and with the Rampant Colt motif encircled in the middle. The left side of the slide reads, “PATENTED APR. 20, 1897. SEPT. 9, 1902 COLT’S PT.F.A.MFG.CO. HARTFORD, CT.U.S.A. with the Rampant Colt insignia behind the slide serration. Pistol comes with one magazine with pinned bottom reading “COLT .38CAL”. The firearm maintains the beautiful high polish blue finish that Colt is known for. Both rear and front sights are rounded. CONDITION: Overall a very solid and lightly used pistol. 80%-85% original factory blue finish with light wear/pitting on top of slide towards serration as well as the front of grip on frame. There is also a small ring of wear from where the lanyard loop rubs. The barrel maintains decent rifling and small scratches on the feed ramp. The front of the slide towards the bore axis shows some sign of light wear as well. All of the parts are in excellent working order with tight tolerances and timing. SS 1,500 - 2,500 2338 - (C) DWM ARTILLERY MODEL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH STOCK AND HOLSTER. Manufacturer: DWM Model: Artillery Serial No. 319A Caliber/Bore: 9mm Para Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by DWM during World War I. Receiver retains “1915” over the chamber with DWM proofs on the right side, and the DWM monogram on the toggle. Imperial German Reichsadler present on receiver, barrel, and breechblock. Matching numbers include the frame, locking bolt, trigger sideplate, trigger, hold open latch, barrel, receiver, trigger bar, breechblock, firing pin, extractor, toggles, rear sight, and checkered walnut grips. Magazine is unnumbered. Complete with a reissued, DWM and Finnish marked wood stock, Reinhold Spitz holster, and two cleaning rods. CONDITION: Metal components retain bountiful amounts of arsenal applied rust blue finish, showing minimal wear and thinning all around. Strawed components retain little finish, showing overall thinning and wear. Dark bore with good rifling throughout. Action is smooth and locks up tightly. Walnut grips show areas of smooth and few indentations. Stock retains former serial numbers which have been crossed out. DWM proof is slightly worn, but easily visible, with the Finnish “SA” proof being bold and showing little wear. Stock shows scattered indentations from use and handling. Leather holster is good, showing age cracking all around. Manufacturer’s marking on rear is crisp and legible. Pull strap has been torn, but is still present. A nice DWM Artillery Luger. MW 1,500 - 2,000 2339 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE BROWNING SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS: HI POWER 9MM, MODEL 1955 .32 ACP, AND BABY .25 ACP WITH ORIGINAL CASES AND DISPLAY BOX Manufacturer: (ALL) Browning Model: (A) Hi Power (B) Pocket (C) Baby Serial No. (A) 69C10404 (B) 614389 (C) 386355 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm (B) .32 ACP (C) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 5/8” (B) 3 - 1/2” (C) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Housed in a velvet covered three gun case very similar to the factory Renaissance case. (A) Browning High Power 9mm, 1969 production with factory checked plastic grips. Comes with original factory zipper case and original Browning checkered walnut grips. (B) Browning .32 ACP Pocket Pistol. These uncommon pistols are very rarely seen. most were available in .380 ACP only; a small group of these came into the US in the very early 1970s and little information is available in regards to production data and import quantity. (C) Browning Baby .25 ACP with factory blue finish manufactured 1967 with factory zipper case and accompanied by mother of pearl grips. Case is very fine with some minor staining internally. CONDITION: Very fine and possibly unfired. As new. TDW 1,500 - 3,000

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2340 - (C) MAUSER MODEL P.08 42 CODE 1940 DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 2198f Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Mauser 42 code 1940 date “Black Widow” Luger with holster and two magazines. Gun is all matching and is non-import marked. Retains its original waffenamts. Magazines are non matching, but are both Nazi marked World War Two era. Holster is 1940 dated and retains its acceptance marks. CONDITION: Overall, very good. Metal retains 90% of its original blued finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Mechanically excellent. Bore is clean. Magazines are very good, as is the holster. JA 1,500 - 2,000

2341 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1903 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 209243 (B) 398239 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless with box. Manufactured in 1916. Factory blue finish and Colt plastic grips. Magazine is the desirable “two-tone” and marked “CAL .32 COLT” on the bottom. Box is not numbered to the gun, but does include a manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore with fair rifling. Magazine is very good. Box is poor with numerous rips and tears at the edges. (B) Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless with box. Manufactured in 1921. Factory blue finish and hard plastic grips. Magazine is the desirable “two-tone” and marked “CAL .32 COLT” on the bottom. Box is not numbered to the gun, but does include a manual and cleaning brush. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with numerous spots of freckling and scratches. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore retains good rifling. Magazine is good with light freckling on the bottom. Box is poor and has been heavily taped. JA 1,300 - 1,700

2342 - (M) COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL .38 SUPER PISTOL, LEW HORTON EXCLUSIVE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Government Model Serial No. 2838998 Caliber/Bore: .38 Super Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Colt 1911 Government Model Lew Horton Exclusive with original hard case. Serial number dates this gun to 2014. Factory blued finish with Colt embellished pearl grips. Comes with two original Colt .38 Super marked magazines and manual. Case is matching to the gun. CONDITION: Overall new in box, un-fired from the factory. JA 1,300 - 1,900

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2343 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER 1908 POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marble Model: Game Getter 1908 Serial No. 8061 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 RF (U) .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Webster Marble’s masterpiece “minimalist” combination gun. 1908 Model, serial number 8061. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 rimfire and bottom barrel chambered in .44 smoothbore. “Flexible” tang mounted rear sight. flip up rear barrel sight, small bead front sight. Right side of frame marked “PATENT ALLOWED”. Blue with case hardened hammer. Hard rubber checkered grips marked “MARBLE TRADE MARK”. Left side of frame marked “GAME GETTER” and five line “-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/MARBLE SAFETY AXE CO./ GLADSTONE, MICH.U.S.A-MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO/SUCCESSOR” CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% original blue. Folding stock locks up well. Excellent clean and bright bores. Action is crisp and tight. Overall an very nice example. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS1,250 - 3,000

2344 - (C) MARBLE GAME GETTER 1908 POCKET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marble Model: Game Getter 1908 Serial No. 9506 Caliber/Bore: (O) .22 RF (U) .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Webster Marble’s masterpiece “minimalist” combination gun. 1908 Model, serial number 9506. 18” over-under barrels with top barrel chambered in .22 rimfire and bottom barrel chambered in .44 rifled for hardball “Flexible” tang mounted rear sight. Rear barrel sight slot is filled, small bead front sight. Right side of frame marked “PATENT ALLOWED”. Blue with case hardened hammer. Hard rubber checkered grips marked “MARBLE TRADE MARK”. Left side of frame marked “GAME GETTER” and five line “-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/MARBLE SAFETY AXE CO./GLADSTONE, MICH.U.S.A-MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO/SUCCESSOR” CONDITION: Excellent overall with approximately 90% original blue with scattered areas of grey-brown patina. Folding stock locks up well. Excellent clean and bright bores. Action is crisp and tight. Overall an very nice example. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- 1,250 - 3,000

2345 - (C) DWM 1906 COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1906 Commercial Serial No. 67740 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; short frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety, walnut checkered grips, and eight round detachable box magazine. The gun has been professionally restored. CONDITION: Poor bore showing some pitting and frosting. There are no chips or cracks in the grips and the checkering is sharp and crisp. Gun retains approximately 98% of the non-original rust blue finish and 95% of the non-original straw color. The nickel magazine is later magazine with an unnumbered aluminum bottom. “DWM” in scroll on the front toggle link. The extractor is marked “GELADEN”. Approximately 3,500 - 4,000 manufactured for sales in the United States and abroad. 1,250 - 1,750

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2346 - (M+C) LOT OF THREE: SIG P229, JC HIGGINS MODEL 85, AND BERETTA 950B MINX SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Sig Sauer (B) J.C. Higgins (C) Beretta Model: (A) P229 (B) 85 (C) 950B Serial No. (A) AL58704 (B) 534648 (C) C67392 Caliber/Bore: (A) .40 S&W (B) .22 LR (C) .22 S Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 4 - 3/8” (C) 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Sig Sauer P229 with case and conversion kit. Marked SIGARMS INC/EXETER-NH-USA on the slide. Trijicon sights. Case is matching to the gun and includes two factory magazines total. Holster is unmarked. Lock and manual are also included. Conversion kit includes a Sig Sauer P228 slide and other assorted parts. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore is clean with good rifling. Conversion kit looks top be good. Case and magazines are excellent. (B) J.C. Higgins Model 85 semi-automatic handgun. Made in France by “ARMES DES PYRENEES”. Magazine catch is very tight and requires the grip to be off in order to be removed. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grip is cracked and warped in multiple places, very fragile. Bore is clean with good rifling. Magazine is very good with light wear. Mechanically fine. (C) Beretta 950 B Minx with box. Made in Italy with Italian proofs. Tip up barrel. Box is not serial numbered to the gun, and contains the manual for gun (B). CONDITION: Overall good, Metal retains most of its original finish with mild wear and handling marks. Grips are original and in good condition with mild wear. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Box is poor with multiple rips and tears on the edges. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2347 - (C) LOT OF TWO: BROWNING BABY SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (Both) Browning Model: (Both) Baby Serial No. (A) 351262 (B) 225162 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Browning Arms Baby Browning with case. Marked “MADE IN BELGIUM” on the slide with typical Belgian proofs. Manufactured in 1966. Factory electro-nickel finish and engraving. Pearl style grips are also factory. Magazine is marked “FN”. Case is factory. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with general dirt in the engraving. Grips are excellent. Bore with poor rifling. Magazine is excellent. Mechanically fine. Case is good with light wear. (B) Browning Arms Baby Browning with case and carrying pouch. Marked “MADE IN BELGIUM” on the slide with typical Belgian proofs. Manufactured in 1960. Factory blue finish and plastic grips. Magazine is marked “FN”. Case is factory Browning. Pouch is also marked “Browning”. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish. Grips are excellent. Bore is very good with crisp rifling. Magazine is excellent. Mechanically fine. Case is good with light wear. Pouch shows signs of deterioration. JA 1,000 - 1,500

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2348 - (M) A VERY GOOD REMINGTON XP-100 BOLT ACTION PISTOL WITH HARRY LAWSON STOCK AND CASE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: XP-100 Serial No. 7507203 Caliber/Bore: .221 Remington Fireball Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Modern Standard XP-100 action in .221 Remington Fireball and mounted with a Leupold M8 2x power fixed scope with duplex reticle. Aftermarket stock appears to be a Harry Lawson stock, with a Lawson catalog included. Jewelled bolt. Trigger breaks at a clean 1 - 1/2# with virtually no takeup. Culligan brown case with green lining. CONDITION: Very good as refinished. Metal has been refinished to a bright blue. Bore is very good with evidence of use. Operates properly. Culligan case is very good with some marks and rubs from handling. EW 1,000 - 1,500

2349 - (C) RUGER HAWKEYE .256 WINCHESTER MAGNUM SINGLE SHOT REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Hawkeye Serial No. 497 Caliber/Bore: .256 Winchester Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Ruger Hawkeye single-shot revolver with original box. This gun is chambered in .256 Winchester Magnum, a very speedy and powerful little cartridge! CONDITION: Excellent, near-new condition overall with very minute storage and handling marks throughout. Bore very good condition with sharp, crisp rifling. Action works correctly, and locks up tightly. A great opportunity to own a very rare gun that is just plain neat! TN 1,000 - 1,500

2350 - (C) RUGER HAWKEYE .256 SINGLE SHOT REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Hawkeye Serial No. 32 Caliber/Bore: .256 Winchester Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Ruger Hawkeye with factory box and paperwork and chambered in .256 Winchester Magnum, a speedy and powerful little cartridge! CONDITION: Very good to excellent, with nearly all of the factory finish remaining and few, light handling marks. Gun still retains the factory grease all over, including in bore. Bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Action works well and locks up tightly. Very interesting gun, it is not too often you see a revolver that has been converted to a single shot, let alone in the very cool .256 Win Mag! TN 1,000 - 1,500

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2351 - (C) LOT OF TWO COLT .22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS: WOODSMAN AND HUNTSMAN Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Woodsman (B) Huntsman Serial No. (A) 128533 (B) 99807C Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 5/8” (B) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1939, First Model Woodsman .22 with checkered walnut grips and adjustable front and rear sights. Proper Colt Woodsman marked two tone magazine. CONDITION: Very fine with over 90% blue finish remaining with very slight losses at muzzle, backstrap and front strap. Bore is excellent and action operates properly. (B) 1956 manufactured Colt Huntsman. Fixed sights and factory black plastic Colt grips. 10 shot factory “COLT CAL. 22” marked blue finished magazine. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% bright blue finish remaining. Excellent bore and mechanics. TDW 1,000 - 1,500 2352 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLT 1903 .32 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL AND SAVAGE 1907 .32 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Savage Model: (A) 1903 (B) 1907 Serial No. (A) 3110) (B) 8918 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless. Manufactured in 1903. Early factory high polish bluing and hard plastic grips. No barrel lug. Magazine is not marked, and looks to be a reproduction. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks and wear. Grips are near excellent. Bore is fair with rifling left. Mechanically fine. Magazine is good with light wear. (B) Savage 1907 .32 Semi-Automatic Pistol. Magazine is unmarked, but appears to be original. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains little of its original finish with a nice patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Grips have light wear. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is fair with heavy wear. JA 1,000 - 1,700 2353 - (M+C) LOT OF THREE: CZ, NORTH AMERICAN ARMS, AND BERNARDELLI HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) CZ (B) NAA (C) Bernardelli Model: (A) 75B (B) Deringer (C) Single Action Serial No. (A) A1353X (B) E072833 (C) 10498 Caliber/Bore: (A) .40 S&W (B) .22 Magnum (C) .22 Short Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 1 - 1/8” (C) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Czech CZ 75B with case. Manufactured in 1996 with Czech proofs. High polish blue finish. Czech production gun and imported by CZ-USA. Serials on the slide, frame and barrel all match. Two 10 round “ban era” magazines. Case is serialized to the gun and includes a magazine loader, as well as a cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore is clean with good rifling. Magazines are excellent. Mechanically fine. Case is very good. (B) North American Arms Derringer. Stainless steel finish with rosewood grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore retains good rifling. Mechanically fine. (C) Bernardelli semi-automatic pistol with display case. Marked “Made in Italy”, with Italian proofs. Most likely imported in the 1960s-1970s. Comes with extra magazine and homemade display case. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent. Case and magazines are excellent. JA 800 - 1,200 310

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2354 - (C) LOT OF TWO: NAZI MARKED WALTHER PPK & BROWNING HI POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) Browning Model: (A) PPK (B) Hi Power Serial No. (A) 422704K (B) 50585f Caliber/Bore: (A) 7.65mm (B) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Nazi marked Walther PPK with a matching magazine. Frame, slide and magazine all match and are non import marked. Slide and barrel both retain their Waffenamt. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original bluing with mild wear and handling marks. Grip is cracked in multiple places and is loose. Bore has very good rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is good with light wear. (B) Nazi marked Browning Hi-Power with two magazines and a holster. Gun is all matching and not import marked. Waffenamts can be found on the frame, barrel and slide. Magazines are unmarked, but are World War II correct. Holster is marked behind the flap and dated “44”. CONDITION: Overall, very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Plastic grips are very good with minor wear. Mechanically fine. Bore with fair rifling. Holster is good, but does have a small hole in the top. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2355 - (M) LOT OF THREE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS: HIGH STANDARD MODEL A .22 LR, SMITH & WESSON SW22 VICTORY .22, WYOMING ARMS PARKER .45 ACP. Manufacturer: (A) Hi-Standard (B) Smith & Wesson (C) Wyoming Arms Model: (A) Model A (B) SW22 Victory (C) Parker Serial No. (A) 79958 (B) UEA1837 (C) A03691 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .22LR (C) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 3/4” (B) 5 - 1/2” (C) 5” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) High Standard Model A with the original box. Factory blued with the original grips. Box is hand serial numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal 95% of its original bluing with light handling marks and scratches. Grips are excellent with light handling marks. Bore is very good. Magazine is very good. Box is poor and is ripping at the edges. Smith and Wesson Model Victory SW22 with two factory magazines. Adjustable sights. Threaded for a suppressor. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original stainless finish. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore with generous rifling. Magazines are very good with light wear. (C) Wyoming Arms Parker .45 caliber 1911 semi-automatic pistol. Original two-tone stainless finish. Magazine is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish, with light handling marks and scratches. Plastic grips are excellent. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Magazine is excellent. A good group of handguns for the range. JA 800 - 1,200 2356 - (M) COLT MARK IV SERIES 70 .45 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH ACE CONVERSION UNIT. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Mark IV Series 70 Serial No. 70G31173 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1972. Standard combat sights, serrated hammer, left side only safety, arched mainspring housing, short trigger, and magazine release. Checkered slide release. Barrel marked on top of breech “COLT .45 AUTO / MK. IV / SERIES ‘70”. Collet bushing. Checkered walnut grips with silver Colt medallion. Accompanied by Colt woodgrain box matching by serial number. Also included is a Colt Ace conversion unit, including slide with adjustable rear and fixed front sights, barrel, magazine, recoil spring and guide, and small parts, including ejector, recoil spring guide plug, slide stop, and bushing. CONDITION: Fine, showing light cosmetic markings from handling and operation. Action works appropriately, bore is very good with some light frosting at the lands. Ace unit is very good with some light cosmetic markings from handling and operation. Bore is very good, with strong visible rifling and some minor roughness near throat. EW 1,000 - 1,500

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2357 - (C) MATCHING DWM 1917 DATED P.08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: DWM Model: Luger Serial No. 2296o Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by DWM in WWI. Receiver is stamped “1917” over the chamber with DWM proofs on the right, as well as “RC” Revision Commission stamps on the receiver, barrel, and trigger guard. German Imperial Reichsadler present on the receiver, barrel, and breechblock. Matching numbers include the frame, locking bolt, trigger sideplate, trigger, hold-open latch, barrel, receiver, breechblock, firing pin, extractor, forward and rear toggle links, and checkered walnut grips. Magazine is unnumbered. Complete with leather holster and reproduction leather patch stamped with the German Imperial Reichsadler. CONDITION: Metal components show wear and thinning all around, with the balance turning a gun metal gray patina. Strawed components retain minute areas of finish. Bright bore, showing areas of cleaned pitting and good rifling throughout. Checkered wood grips are good, showing minor wear and smoothing. Small chip on the left grip panel, just below the safety. Leather holster is in good condition, showing minor age cracking and wear. A nice World War I manufactured Luger to bring to the range. MW 1,000 - 1,500

2358 - (C) 1916 DATED DWM P.08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P.08 Serial No. 5397A Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by DWM during WWI. The receiver is marked “1916” over the chamber, with DWM proofs on the right, and the DWM monogram on the forward toggle link. German Imperial Reichsadler is present on the receiver, barrel, and breechblock. Matching numbers include the frame, locking bolt, trigger sideplate, trigger, barrel, receiver, breechblock, firing pin, extractor, and the forward and rear toggles. Hold-open latch, toggle pin, and checkered walnut grips do not match. Complete with three piece leather holster and loading tool. CONDITION: Metal components show scattered areas of wear all around to rust blued finish. Strawed components retain minute areas of finish, showing thinning and wear all around. Bore showing fair rifling throughout. Checkered wood grips are good, showing minor wear and smoothing, with a small barely visible piece that has cracked and separated from the left grip panel. Holster shows minor wear and age cracking. Overall, a nice World War I era Luger, that would make for a good example for one to bring to the range. MW 1,000 - 1,500

2359 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN THREE LEVER SLOTTED RADOM P35 9MM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Radom Model: P35 Serial No. A3037 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard three lever configuration. Slotted for a shoulder stock. WaA11 inspected with single line marking on left side of slide. Matching numbers on slide, frame and barrel. Checkered black Bakelite grips. Accompanied by a black leather flap holster which appears to be period but is unmarked. CONDITION: Gun retains 70% finish overall. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is very good with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is very good with solid stitching. GR 1,000 - 2,000

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2360 - (C) MATCHING MAUSER “S/42” CODE P.08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER & ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Luger Serial No. 6916h Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Mauser during the first year of World War II. This example is marked “1939” over the chamber, with Mauser waffenamt over “63” proofs on the right side and the Mauser “S/42” code on the toggle. Matching numbers include the frame, barrel, receiver, trigger, trigger sideplate, locking bolt, breechblock, firing pin, forward and rear toggle links, safety bar, extractor, receiver axle, hold open latch, and checkered walnut grips. Magazine does not match. Complete with holster, stripping tool, and an additional unmarked magazine. CONDITION: Metal components retain vast majority of salt blue finish with small areas of wear and thinning. Bright bore with strong and well defined lands and grooves. Checkered wood grips are fine, showing minimal wear and smoothing to checkering aside from a small area at the top of the right grip panel. Magazine retains traces of original bluing, with the other showing cleaned areas of rust and corrosion. Holster is good, showing wear and age cracking, with areas of flaking. Overall, an exceptional example of a Mauser manufactured P.08 made during the opening year of World War II. MW 1,000 - 1,500

2361 - (C) FINE WORLD WAR I ERA DWM 1917 DATED P.08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL WITH HOLSTER & ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P.08 Serial No. 4486g Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Receiver manufactured by DWM during World War I. Receiver is marked “1917” over chamber, standard DWM proofs on the right side, and the “DWM” monogram on the toggle. German Reichsadler present on the receiver, barrel, and breechblock. Extractor marked “GELADEN” with “GESICHERT” marked safety. Matching numbers include the frame, locking bolt, trigger sideplate, trigger, hold-open latch, safety bar, barrel, receiver, trigger bar, breechblock, firing pin, extractor, and forward and rear toggle links. Grips are mismatched, with the left grip panel baring a waffenamt over “655” stamp on the interior, indicating manufacture by Mauser. Toggle pin is unnumbered. Complete with three piece leather holster, takedown tool, and additional magazine. Magazines and takedown tool are unmarked. CONDITION: Metal components retain ample amounts of arsenal applied blue finish, showing scattered areas of minor wear and areas of thinning, with areas of pleasing brown patina showing through the finish. Strawed components show thinning and retain areas of minute finish. Bright and clean bore, showing strong and well defined lands and grooves throughout. Walnut grips are very good, showing few concentrated areas of smoothing and wear. Holster is very good, showing minor wear and aging. A fine and near matching example of a World War I era, DWM manufactured P.08 pistol. MW 1,000 - 1,500

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2362 - (M+C) LOT OF THREE: RUGER BLACKHAWK, MKIII, AND P345 HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (All) Ruger Model: (A) Blackhawk (B) Mark III (C) 345 Serial No. (A) 3039108 (B) 27123460 (C) 66408406 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Mag (B) .22 LR (C) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 3/4” (C) 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Ruger Blackhawk with holster and extra cylinder. Classic 3-screw model manufactured in 1970. Factory blue finish and wood grips. Extra cylinder is factory and includes the box. Box is labeled “FITTED 9MM CYLINDER FOR BLACKHAWK .357 REVOLVER”. Holster and belt are newer with a previous owners initials “CEC”. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with numerous handling marks. Grip is good with wear and handling marks. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Hammer and cylinder show signs of wobble. Mechanically fine. Extra cylinder is very good. Holster is fair. (B) Ruger MK III semi-automatic pistol with factory case. Manufactured in 2011. Factory blue finish and grips. Includes an extra factory magazine. Case is serial matching to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazines are very good. Case is excellent. (C) Ruger P345 with case and conversion kit. Manufactured in 2005. Stainless finish with a polymer lower. Conversion kit looks to make this gun into a P345D model. Conversion kit looks to be complete. Case is not matching to the gun, but includes an extra magazine, loader, lock and manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Frame is excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazines are excellent. Conversion kit is very good with light wear. Case is excellent. JA 1,000 - 1,500 2363 - (C) WALTHER AC-42 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 5844g Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Black Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Correct eight-round detachable box magazine with eagle 359 Waffenamt. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 90% of the original applied blue finish, with just a bit of high edge wear. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. Comes in a soft shell flap holster with an extra magazine. Black holster with no markings. All the stitching is tight and serviceable. REW 1,300 - 1,800 2364 - (C) WALTHER AC-43 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 6612f Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers gun. Brown Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Incorrect eight-round detachable box magazine with eagle 135 Waffenamt. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 90% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. Comes in a black flap holster with an extra magazine that is marked jvd. Holster is an original and has some crazing and scuffing. All stitching is tight and serviceable. REW 1,300 - 1,800 314

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2365 - (M) LOT OF 3: WALTHER P22, SIG 1911 TAC OPS, AND SMITH & WESSON M&P40C SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) Sig Sauer (C) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) P22 (B) 1911 Tacops (C)M&P 40c Serial No. (A) L100150 (B) GS47839 (C) DTC6435 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .45 ACP (C).40 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/8” (B) 5” (C) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Walther P22 in .22 long rifle with fixed front sight which can be replaced with one of a different height, wind adjustable rear, slide mounted safety, OD green frame, barrel stamped for Cologne proof, Nitro proof, and a 2005 date code. Tumbler safety operates correctly. CONDITION: Fine action and bore. Gun is used but was clearly maintained well with a few light handling marks and some marks from mechanical usage, such as where the safety pivots. Comes in a Walther case with extra magazine, backstrap, test fired cases, wrench, additional front sights, and manuals. (B) Sig Sauer 1911 Tac Ops with Sig Sauer tritium three dot sights, rear cocking serrations, commander hammer, ambidextrous short safeties, checkered slide stop, stainless steel frame with accessory rail, checkered front strap, checkered mainspring housing, stippled grips, curved trigger, and magazine well. Comes in a Sig Sauer case with three extra magazines, paperwork, lubricant packet, and chamber plug. CONDITION: Gun is in very fine condition with some high edge wear on the hammer and a few scattered handling marks on the frame and slide. Barrel shows scuffing from use. Fine action and barrel. Operational manual mechanics. Gun (C) Smith & Wesson M&P40c. Standard three dot combat sights, rear cocking serrations, striker fire action. Comes in a Smith & Wesson black plastic case (missing one latch) with a Fobus holster. One finger rest magazine, one flat base magazine. CONDITION: Fine condition retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Frame has a few scattered marks from usage. Fine action and bore. Case missing one latch. 900 - 1,200 2366 - (C) WALTHER AC43 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 2290i Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers. Brown Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Eight-round detachable box magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 70% of the factory applied blue finish. Gun shows high edge wear with the front grip strap thinning. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. REW 1,200 - 1,600 2367 - (C) U.S. MARKED COLT M1911A1 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1911A1 Serial No. 1643618 Caliber/Bore: .45ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Serial number 1643618 manufactured by Colt in 1944. Correct military inspector stamps in appropriate locations. Fitted with a National Match barrel bushing marked with SN 7267718 and “N” “M” on face. National Match barrel stamped on lug “NM” 7267717 “COLT’S MFG. CO.” 2243145. Pistol originally having a parkerized finish, now blue. CONDITION: Hammer and trigger are polished bright with an “engine turned” treatment. Pistol has been completely refinished, with most of the reapplied blue remaining. Edges are rounded from polishing. Bore is excellent bright and clean. Correct “Coltwood” plastic grips with large reinforcing rings and strengthening ribs, and mold numbers. Action functions well. Comes with two extra clips. Overall a good “shooter” grade WWII era 1911 -MKS800 - 1,200

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2368 - (M) BOXED STAINLESS COLT MK IV OFFICER’S MODEL SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: MK IV Officer Serial No. SF15745E Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Offered is an as-new, appears unfired, Colt MC IV stainless semi-automatic pistol with light-weight hammer, extended beavertail grip safety, silver medallion rubber grips with white dot Novac style sights. Comes in original plastic case with paperwork and extra magazine. db 800 - 1,200 2369 - (M) BOXED STAINLESS COLT GOVERNMENT SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Government Serial No. SS26203E Caliber/Bore: .45ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This is a full size 1911 that features ambidextrous safety’s, Novac style combat sights, front slide serrations, light-weight adjustable trigger, beveled ejection port, beavertail safety and bobbed light-weight hammer with diamond checkered wood grips. With box and paperwork. CONDITION: Appears to be in phenomenal as new condition. 800 - 1,200 2370 - (C) COLT MATCH TARGET SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Match Target Serial No. 129421S Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1953 Production Colt Match Target with 4 - 1/2” barrel and in original factory box with outer sleeve. Comes with instruction manual, additional target back straps and numbers matching test target. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine and shows little if any use. The blue finish has the slightest amount of high point edge wear and it is believed to have come from the box. The bore is pristine and action operates properly. Box is excellent. The label has come off but is housed inside the box. The outer sleeve is original. TDW 800 - 1,250 2371 - (C) LOT OF TWO SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS: SAVAGE MODEL 1907 .32 ACP POCKET PISTOL AND REMINGTON MODEL 51 .380 ACP. Manufacturer: (A) Savage (B) Remington Model: (A) 1907 (B) 51 Serial No. (A) 201450 (B) PA26244 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Savage 1907 semi-automatic pistol. Gun comes with an original magazine that is not Savage marked. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original condition with minor wear and patina. Grips are good, with minor wear and handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Magazine is good with light handling marks. Mechanically fine. (B) Remington Model 51 with original box. Original magazine is marked “380 Cal”. Box is original, but is not numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with minor wear and handling marks. Grips are very good, with some light discoloration. Bore has fair rifling. Magazine is excellent. Mechanically fine. Box is fair, with numerous rips and tears. JA 800 - 1,000

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2372 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO WALTHER PP SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) Manurhin Model: (Both) PP Serial No. (A) 432991 (B) 370465 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Walther Model PP with box and two magazines. Serial numbers on the frame and slide match. Slide is import marked as well. Both magazines are factory Walther. Box is not numbered to the gun, but is correct. Includes bore brush and manual. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent. Bore is shiny. Magazines and box are all very good. (B) Manurhin production Walther PP with box and two magazines. Made in France under license by Walther. Serial numbers on the slide, frame and box all match. Import marked on the frame. A previous owners initials are stamped on the front strap. Magazines are unmarked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90%+ of its original blued finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. Mechanically excellent, as are the magazines. Box has general wear on the edges. JA 800 - 1,200

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2373 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE GERMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Ortgies (B) Mauser (C) Deutsche Werke Model: (A) Semi Auto (B) 1910 (C) Semi Auto Serial No. (A) 72495 (B) 239812 (C) 154407 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B&C) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/8” (B) 3” (C) 2 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) German Deutsche Werke Ortgies with holster. Import marked on the frame. Typical German commercial proofs. Holster is unmarked. Comes with manual. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Holster is good overall with light wear. (B) Mauser 1910 semi-automatic pistol. All matching, with an import mark on the rear of the slide. Standard German commercial proofs. Magazine is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains 80% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grip is very good with light scratches. Bore with good rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is good with light wear. (C) German Duetsche Werke Ortgies semi-automatic pistol. Import marked on the frame. Typical German commercial proofs. Comes with manual. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish with light wear and splotches of freckling. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is very good with light wear. JA 800 - 1,200

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2374 - (C) LOT OF THREE MILITARY SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS: STEYR-HAHN 1912, ASTRA 600/43, AND EAST GERMAN MAKAROV. Manufacturer: (A) Steyr (B) Astra (C) East German Model: (A) 1912 (B) 600/43 (C) Makarov Serial No. (A) 3555q (B) 22164 (C) BP3044 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Steyr (B) 9mm Para (C) 9mm Makarov Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 5 - 1/4” (C) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) is a Steyr Hahn Model 1912. Austrian military proofed on the right trigger guard web with a ‘16 acceptance date. Marked on the left side of the slide “STEYR 1917”. Unit marking of “R94/ 331” on the right side of the frame. Checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing dull grey metal color from having been cleaned, light pitting. Areas of discoloration on top of the slide. Missing the extractor. Markings are worn. Bore has strong rifling. Grips have some dings and handling marks. Sear is worn, safety does not work. (B) Astra model 600/43. Standard markings and Spanish proofs. Checkered wood grips. Accompanied by a brown leather flap holster with spare magazine. CONDITION: Retains 95% finish overall, all markings are clear. Grips are fine with good checkering. Bore has strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster has some scuff marks and strong stitching. (C) East German Makarov, dated 63. Import marked on the frame. Black grips. Accompanied by a brown leather flap holster, shoulder holster, spare set of brown grips and a spare magazine. CONDITION: Retains 85% finish overall with some light handling marks and wear. Grips have some handling marks. All markings are clear. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Accessories in fine condition. GR 800 - 1,200 2375 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO WALTHER P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (Both) Walther Model: (Both) P38 Serial No. (A) 322115 (B) 211967 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5” FFL Status: Modern Lot consist of: (A) Walther P38 with box and extra magazine. Interarms import. Gun is dated “2/69” and is German proofed. Sile grips. One magazine is marked “P1” other magazine is marked “P38”. Box is numbered to the gun and contains the original cleaning rod. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish, but has a fair amount of holster wear on the slide. Grip is very good with light handling marks. Bore with good rifling. Magazines are very good. Box is good, with general wear on the edges. (B) Manurhin manufacture Walther Model P1. Imported by Interarms. Gun is matching, and is marked “Made in France”. Magazine is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains most of its original finish, with a fair amount of handling marks. Grips show a fair amount of dings, scratches and gouges. Bore is shiny with solid rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine is good. JA 800 - 1,100 2376 - (M) COLT SERVICE MODEL ACE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Service Model Serial No. SM40898 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Colt Service Model Ace. Manufactured in 1982. Factory blued finish and wood grips. Barrel is marked “Colt Cal .22lr”. magazine is marked “Colt” as well. Adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with fair rifling. Mechanically excellent. Magazine is excellent. JA 800 - 1,250 318

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2377 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL A SERIES CYQ P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: CYQ Model: P38 Serial No. A8555 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Exceptional A series CYQ P-38 pistol. Black Bakelite grips, JVD marked magazine, matching numbers observed on frame, slide, barrel, and locking toggle. Comes in white stitch black leather P-38 holster marked cxb41. CONDITION: Very fine with very light trace of wear at extreme edges of sights and edges of trigger guard. Bore is excellent. Bakelite grips are equally fine. Mechanics are proper and functioning. Holster has sound stitching and supple leather and is good overall with slight oil saturation 700 - 1,000

2378 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (BOTH) 39 Serial No. (A) A211771 (B) 62029 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Model 39-2. Blue slide with alloy frame. Checkered walnut grips. 4” barrel with blade front, adjustable rear sights. Chambered in 9mm. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Most condition loss at muzzle, probably holster wear. Bore is excellent, bright and clean. Grips show modest wear. (B) Model 39. Blue slide with alloy frame. Checkered walnut grips. 4” barrel with blade front and adjustable rear sights. Chambered in 9mm. CONDITION: Excellent with no appreciable wear. Bore is near mint, bright and clean. Grips show little to no wear. -MKS- 700 - 900

2379 - (C) WALTHER AC42 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 7644G Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers. Black Bakelite two-piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Original jvd marked eight-round magazine. Blow back semi-automatic action. CONDITION: The slide and barrel has been re-blued. The frame and magazine are original blue. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. REW 1,200 - 1,500

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2380 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA MODEL 9000S AND PX4 STORM SPECIAL DUTY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) 9000s; (B) PX4 Storm Special Duty Serial No. (A) 006689; (B) PK12261 Caliber/Bore: (A) .40 S&W (B) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration Beretta 9000S Type D with fixed three dot white combat sights, double action only. Comes with two 10 round .40 S&W magazines, factory paperwork, and blue Beretta plastic case with no external markings. CONDITION: Very fine, with only minor cosmetic markings from handling and use. Bore is very good with sharp rifling and some evidence of minor use. Case and accessories are fine. (B) Beretta Px4 Storm Special Duty. Special FDE frame, .45 ACP chambering, wind adjustable three dot white combat sights, extra length barrel, reversible magazine release, ambidextrous safeties, interchangeable backstrap. Comes in special edition FDE case with two extra ten round magazines, factory manual, lock, extra backstraps. CONDITION: As new, with the Beretta RIF sticker still on left side of frame. Action works properly, bore is very fine. EW 700 - 1,000 2381 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING FN HI POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Hi Power Serial No. 245PT05892 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1986. Millet adjustable white outline rear sight, ramped white line front sight. Pachmayr polymer grips, Browning plastic checkered rear strap piece. Left side only safety. Magazine is a MecGar with “’Italy’ Cal. 9 mm NATO/LUGER” on left side on the magazine tube. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Front ramp sight is missing some of its paint, easily fixed. Operates correctly. Bore is very good with some frosting in grooves. Bolt face is good with evidence of use. EW 700 - 1,000 2382 - (M) LOT OF 2 RUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (A) Mark II (B) P97DC Serial No. (A) 21607522 (B) 66315272 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .45ACP Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern A) Ruger Mark II semi-automatic target pistol. Stainless steel. 5 - 1/2” heavy round barrel. Heavy blade front, adjustable rear sights. Checkered black plastic grips. Complete with correct Ruger box, with paperwork and shipping sleeve. CONDITION: Pistol is in like new condition and appears unfired. Box is near mint. B) Ruger semi-automatic model P97DC. Two tone stainless steel slide and black alloy frame. 4” barrel chambered in .45 ACP. Complete with Ruger plastic carry case, with paperwork, lock, and extra clip. CONDITION: Like new, appears unfired. -MKS- 600 - 1,000

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2383 - (C) WWII NAZI GERMAN WALTHER AC 44 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 2692E Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard ac44 Walther made P.38. Blued slide and small parts. Barrel and frame have what is referred to as the “experimental copper” finish. Eagle/ 359 inspected. Brown Bakelite grips. Post-war Banner Walther magazine and post-war police leather holster. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall with finish loss on the high points and front strap. All markings are clear. Matching numbers. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Fine grips. Fine mechanical function. Holster is solid with strong stitching and scuff marks. GR 600 - 1,000 2384 - (C) SCARCE POST-WAR AUSTRIAN MILITARY ISSUED WALTHER MOD HP P38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Walther Model: HP Serial No. 9561 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is an interesting gun in that it is a Walther pre-war Mod. HP. Following WWII, this gun was refurbished by the Austrian military. The markings on the left side of the slide are weak, with a serial number stamped into the legend. Eagle BH marking on the left side of the frame. Eagle N proofs on the right side of the slide, barrel and locking block. Matching numbers. Import marked on the right side of the frame. Black Bakelite grips. P.38v/ U marked magazine with non-matching number stamped into the base plate. Accompanied by a “gxy 1944” black leather flap holster. CONDITION: Retains 90% Austrian military re-blue with some light surface rust. Original Walther markings are weak due to refurbishment, Austrian markings are clear and sharp. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is dry with some crazing and flaking, strong stitching. GR 600 - 1,000 2385 - (C) LOT OF 2 GERMAN .32 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS: CZ 27 AND WALTHER MODEL 4 WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: (A) CZ (B) Walther Model: (A) 27 (B) 4 Serial No. (A) 233602 (B) 487476 Caliber/Bore: (A) 7.65 cal (B) 7.65 cal Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Gun (A) is a WWII CZ model 27, made in occupied Czechoslovakia. WaA76 inspected. Standard war time production. Brown Bakelite grips. One original magazine. CONDITION: Retains 80% finish overall with some areas of light surface rust. All markings are clear. Grips have some dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. The pin at the bottom of the trigger guard is a replacement which is a little too long. Gun (B) is a Walther pre-WWII commercial model 4. Crown/ N commercial proofs. Black hard rubber grips. Accompanied by a slightly oversized period leather holster with a total of two original banner Walther magazines. CONDITION: Retains 85% finish overall with some finish loss on the high points and at the rear of the slide/frame. Markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is good showing some wear and scuff marks. Strong stitching. GR 600 - 1,000

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2386 - (C) MAUSER BYF-43 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P38 Serial No. 8619f Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic FEATURES INCLUDE; All matching numbers. Brown Bakelite two piece grips. Correct eagle 135 Waffenamt on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U-notch rear sight. Correct eight-round detachable box magazine with eagle 135 Waffenamt. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 96% of the aftermarket applied blue finish. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun functions flawlessly in both double and single action. REW 600 - 900

2387 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD XD9 TACTICAL AND RUGER SINGLE SIX PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Ruger Model: (A) XD-9 Tactical (B) Single-Six Serial No. (A) US919998 (B) 60-36880 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Luger (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Springfield XD9 Tactical. Generation 1 production with no grip zone on the frame. White three dot combat sights. Comes with Springfield Armory case numbered to gun with three extra magazines, paperwork, cleaning rod. CONDITION: Fine, retaining vast majority of finish with some slight losses from handling and operation. Operates correctly. Bore is fine with some evidence of light use. (B) Ruger Single Six manufactured 1970. Three screw frame, no transfer bar. Adjustable rear sight, fixed front. Walnut grips with silver Ruger phoenix medallions. Ejector tube is a replacement. CONDITION: Very good, retaining majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Left side of barrel has some pinprick freckling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes with a Lawrence holster marked “IC / Lawrence / 507” on rear of belt loop. Holster is very good with some scrapes. Leather is supple, stitching is tight. EW 600 - 1,000

2388 - (C) COLT WOODSMAN .22 LR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Woodsman Serial No. 7651-S Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Second Series Woodsman with 6” barrel and magazine release button located on left side of frame. “Coltwood” checkered two piece grips with thumb rest. Adjustable rear and pinned high ramp blade front sights. Manufactured in 1949. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% bright original blue overall. Grips show very little wear. Bore is bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. Overall a high condition early 2nd model Woodsman. -MKS- 600 - 1,000

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2389 - (C) DWM 1920 COMMERCIAL .30 CALIBER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1920 Commercial Serial No. 1893k Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position, extractor marked “GELADEN” on the left side, front toggle link marked “DWM” in script. “(Crown) N” commercial proofs on the left side of the front toggle link, barrel and left side of receiver. CONDITION: All matching numbers gun and marked in the commercial style. Gun retains approximately 20% of the original factory blue finish with the rest of the gun turning a brown patina. Straw small parts are 20%. Checkered wood grips are worn almost smooth. The right grip has a small crack and the left grip has a chip under the safety. Bore is dark and pitted. At some time someone has engraved a Japanese chrysanthemum over the chamber. This was done post war. RW 600 - 900

2390 - (C) WALTHER PP SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH BOX Manufacturer: Walther Model: PP Serial No. 45885LR Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Walther Model PP with original box, extra magazine and manual. Interarms import, most likely post 1968. Serial numbers on the slide and frame match. Thumb rest on the grip. Magazines are original Walther production. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is shiny. Magazines and box are excellent. A nice Walther for your collection. JA 600 - 800

2391 - (M) COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO: TWO BERETTA 70S PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Beretta (B) Beretta Model: (A) 70S (B) 70S Serial No. (A) A57142Y (B) F28394 Caliber/Bore: (A) .380 ACP (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Made in Italy and imported by Berben Corporation. Beretta Model 70s with side magazine release and toggling safety. Drift adjustable rear sight and fixed front. This is an updated version of the iconic model 1935 model. CONDITION: Very fine with little use indicated and most all blue finish. Bore and mechanics are excellent. (B) P. Beretta Model 70S with black plastic Beretta grips, cross bolt safety, and alloy frame. Chambered for .22LR with no US importer markings. CONDITION: Very fine with very slight finish loss at edges of alloy frame and leading edge of slide. Bore and mechanics are very fine and action operates properly. TDW 600 - 800

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2392 - (C) WALTHER P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P.38 Serial No. 25305 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Walther P.38 with holster and extra magazine. Frame and barrel are matching, but the slide is not. Slide looks to be post-War. Magazines are not matching. Both are marked “P.38”, and one is a “AC” code mag. Leather holster is most likely post war and is marked “P38” on the back. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are very good, with minor dings and scratches. Bore has dust from storage, but is shiny underneath. Magazines and holster are very good to excellent. JA 600 - 800

2393 - (C) REMINGTON 1901 ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1901 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Remington 1901 Rolling block single shot pistol. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains a fair amount of its original finish with general wear. Wood is solid overall, with numerous minor dings and scratches. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. JA 500 - 800

2394 - (C+A) LOT OF THREE RELIC PISTOLS: REMINGTON 1858 CIVIL WAR REVOLVER, DWM 1928 DUTCH KL CONTRACT LUGER, AND COOPER DOUBLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) DWM (C) Cooper Model: (A) 1858 (B) Luger (C) Percussion Serial No. (A&C) NSN (B) Indiscernible Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Percussion (B) 9mm (C) .31 Percussion Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 4” (C) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Gun (A) is a Civil War Model 1858 Remington revolver. Standard configuration. Cartouche visible on left grip. CONDITION: This gun is in relic condition with rust and pitting. Cylinder and lever are frozen. Trigger and hammer move. Grips are good with dings and wear. Gun (B) is a fairly scarce DWM model 1928 Dutch contract Luger pistol with grip safety. Has the circle KL marking only found on the Dutch contract guns. CONDITION: Relic with pitting and rust. Both safeties are broken, takedown lever is broken. Action surprisingly still works. Grips worn smooth with cracks. Magazine catch is most likely replaced. Magazine is missing spring and pin which holds bottom on. Gun (C) is a Civil War period Cooper double action percussion revolver. Three line address on barrel. Iron grip straps. Matching numbers with initials scratched into butt. CONDITION: Best out of the three. Retains a pleasing patina with areas of light to moderate pitting. Cylinder is frozen, however the hammer and trigger move slightly. Wood grips have some handling marks and wear. Markings partially gone due to pitting. GR 500 - 1,000

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2395 - (C) COLT WOODSMAN 3RD SERIES SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1961). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Woodsman Serial No. 196433-S Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is a prime example of a quality Colt Woodsman semi-automatic .22 caliber pistol with a fine target rear sight, ramp front sight, original high polish factory blue finish, and checkered walnut thumb rest target grips. CONDITION: Near new; 99% factory blue finish. Fine bore and action. Comes with two magazines, both are Colt stamped. 500 - 800 2396 - (C) ARMY ARGENTINE BALLESTER-MOLINA COPY OF THE COLT 1911 .45 ACP PISTOL. Manufacturer: Ballester-Molina Model: 1911 Copy Serial No. 66124 Caliber/Bore: 11.25mm/.45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Made by Hispano Argentina Fábrica de Automóviles SA (HAFDASA). These were produced from 1938 through 1953. All matching assembly numbers including the magazine. Matching serial numbers of “66124” on the left side of the grip and on the inside of the slide. Well marked on the left side of the slide. Serrated oak wood grips. Clear Argentine crest on the right side of the slide with “EJERCITO ARGENTINO”. CONDITION: Fine as arsenal refurbished. All markings are sharp and clear. Grips are very good with dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 500 - 1,000 2397 - (C) MAUSER SVW 45 FRENCH GREY GHOST P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.38 Serial No. 1624G Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Marked on the left side of the slide “svw/ 45”. Matching numbers. Steel grips. “Eagle / 135” inspected on the right side of the slide accompanied by the French five pointed star. Small parts are “eagle / 135” inspected. “jvd” marked magazine. CONDITION: Fine retains 94% original phosphate finish overall with light wear on high points and handling marks. Grips are fine with some light handling marks to finish. Fine bore with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 500 - 1,000 2398 - (C) NORWEGIAN WALTHER P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL FULL RIG. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P.38 Serial No. 198182 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic In October of 1975 Carl Walther Waffenfabrik sent a shipment of 1000 P-38’s to the Norwegian military at Oslo, Norway. They have the Norwegian crest on the left side of the slide. A very rare gun, with there only being less than a few hundred in this country. CONDITION: Gun retains 95% of the original factory finish. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Two piece black plastic grips with no chips or cracks. Comes in a grey rubberized canvas holster with spare magazine. 1,500 - 2,500

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2399 - (C) MAUSER SVW 45 FRENCH ASSEMBLED P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC 9MM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P38 Serial No. 2306G Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Left side of slide marked “P38, SVW 45” followed by the serial number. Eagle/ 135 proof next to the five-pointed French star on right side of slide. The barrel is marked with English proofs on the bottom. Matching numbers on gun. Steel pressed grips. The left grip is numbered “9423”, the right panel is unnumbered. Blued “jvd” mag whose right side is marked “P38/U”. Import mark on bottom of frame. PROVENANCE: Collection of Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess, Julia’s 2014. CONDITION: Retains at least 98% of a refinished blue. Markings are still clear. Bright bore with sharp rifling and mild frosting. Grips have some handling marks and wear. Gun is not in working order due to the hammer being worn, resulting in the hammer dropping on slide closure. Needs to be addressed. GR 500 - 1,000 2400 - (C) HI STANDARD 103 SUPERMATIC SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Hi-Standard Model: 103 Supermatic Serial No. 1250356 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Hi-Standard Model 103 Supermatic Trophy with box. Manufactured in approximately 1962. Added compensator and barrel weights. Adjustable rear sight. magazine is stamped “Hi-Standard” on the bottom. Box contains manual and paperwork. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are near excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is excellent. Box is excellent. JA 500 - 750 2401 - (M+C) LOT OF THREE: WALTHER NO. 9 PISTOL, HERITAGE SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER, AND NORTH AMERICAN ARMS REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) Heritage Manufacturing (C) North American Arms Model: (A) No. 9 (B) SAA (B) Mini-Revolver Serial No. (A) 523680 (B) L51750 (C) CE1126 Caliber/Bore: (A) .25 ACP (B) .22LR /.22 Mag (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 1/8” (B) 6 - 1/2” (C) 1 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Walther No .9 semi-automatic pistol. Typical German proofs. No import mark found. Magazine is marked “WALTHER” on the floor plate. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Left grip is missing a chunk out of it, by the safety selector switch. Bore with fair rifling. Magazine is very good. Mechanically fine. (B) Heritage Rough Rider with National Wild Turkey Federation case. Blued finish with laminated wood grips. Included in the case is a .22 Magnum cylinder and lock. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light wear and handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically excellent. Case is excellent. (C) North American Arms Corporation Mini-Revolver with holster. Holster is marked “NAA” on the bottom. CONDITION: Overall very good. metal retains 90% of its original finish with light wear and scratches. Grips are good with light wear. Bore retains good rifling. Mechanically fine. Holster is excellent. JA 500 - 800 326

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2402 - (C) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA MODEL 70S AND FIREARMS INTERNATIONAL MODEL D SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Beretta (B) Firearms International Model: (A) 70S (B) D Serial No. (A) A22697Y (B) CPA005165 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Beretta Model 70S semi-automatic pistol with holster. Manufactured in Italy with Italian proofs. Magazine is marked “Made in Italy”. Second magazine is unmarked. Uncle Mike’s holster. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original finish with light handling marks and wear. Grips are very good with a few dings and scratches. Bore is clean with good rifling. Mechanically fine. Holster is very good, as are the magazines. (B) Firearms International Model D semi-automatic handgun. Most likely made in Spain by Star and imported by FI. Marked “IND. WASH. D.C.” on the left side of the slide. Magazine is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall good. Meta retains most of its original finish with areas of wear and freckling. Grips are very good with light wear. Bore retains crisp rifling. Magazine is good. Mechanically fine. JA 500 - 900

2403 - (C) WWII JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU 1940 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Japanese Model: Type 14 Serial No. 75271 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Barrel Length: 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Serrated wood grips. Non-matching aluminum bottom magazine. Date code of 15.3 for March of 1940. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some original blue, areas of light to moderate pitting, and some light surface rust. Wood grips have dings and handling marks, showing wear. The left grip is a bit chewed up. Bore is worn with visible rifling. Good mechanical function. GR 400 - 600

2404 - (M) COLT TROOPER MK. III .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER MADE IN 1970. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Trooper Mk III Serial No. J26004 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Standard 6 inch barrel configuration with solid rib. Adjustable rear sight. Target style hammer with wide spur. Checkered wood grips. Made in 1970. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall with some very light pitting along the edges of the frame just ahead of the rear sight on either side, as well as on bottom front edge of the frame. Grips are very good with dings and dents in the bottom and a chip out of the front edge. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 400 - 800

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2405 - (C) COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1903 Serial No. 124084 Caliber/Bore: .32 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Full blue with original checkered black hard rubber two piece grips. Correct magazine. Manufactured in 1912. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 80-90% bright high polish blue. Most blue loss on slide. Scattered light scratches and light oxidation. Grips show moderate wear. Bore is bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- 400 - 600 2406 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN SPREEWERKE P.38 9MM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Spreewerke Model: P.38 Serial No. 1383F Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Marked “cyq” on the left side of the slide. Eagle 88 inspected. Black Bakelite grips. WaA135 inspected magazine. Accompanied by a post-War black leather holster which appears to be for a Browning Hi Power. CONDITION: Retains 60% finish. All markings are clear. All matching numbers. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Good mechanical function, although the safety lever does not drop the hammer as it should. Holster has scuff marks and strong stitching. GR 400 - 600 2407 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN PROOFED ASTRA MODEL 300 .380 ACP SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Astra Model: 300 Serial No. 591119 Caliber/Bore: .380 ACP Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Scarce Nazi proofed Spanish made pistol. WaA250 inspected at the rear right side of frame. Standard Spanish proofs. “ASTRA” marked on top of the barrel shroud. Checkered wood grips. Original magazine. Accompanied by a well made brown leather belt holster with snap closure. CONDITION: Retains 80% finish overall with wear on the high points. All markings are clear. Grips are good showing wear. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is fine with strong stitching. GR 400 - 600 2408 - (C) FRENCH 1935 A SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: French Model: 1935 Serial No. 2641A Caliber/Bore: .32 French Long Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic French 1935 A with holster and belt rig. Marked “Mle 1935 A” on the frame. Barrel and slide do not match. Import marked on the right side of the frame. Magazine is stamped “35 A” on the bottom. Correct finish and grips. Holster and belt rig are not marked. Holster looks to be correct. CONDITION: Fair good. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with numerous scratches and gouges. Grips are very good with light handling marks and scratches. Bore with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Belt and holster show a large amount of wear. JA 400 - 800 328

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2409 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO DREYSE 1907 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Dreyse Model: (BOTH) 1907 Serial No. (A) 241273 (B) 234827 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consist of: (A) Dreyse 1907 semi-automatic pistol. German commercial proofs. Export marked Germany on the upper corner of the slide. Left side grip is broken and missing its top. Magazine is not marked and does not look to be original to the gun. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish with light wear and patina in areas. There is some light pitting on the slide, but has mostly turned into patina. Grips are fair, as the left side is broken and contain numerous dings, scratches and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Magazine is good with minor wear. (B) Dreyse 1907 semi-automatic pistol. German commercial proofs. Export marked Germany on the top part of the slide. Original grips. Magazine is marked and looks to be original to the gun. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish with light wear and freckling in areas. Grips are fair, with numerous dings scratches and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Magazine is good with light wear. Mechanically fine. JA 400 - 800 2410 - (A) WEBLEY & SCOTT MARK II TARGET MODEL AIR PISTOL IN ORIGINAL BOX. Manufacturer: Webley Model: Mark II Serial No. 15780 Caliber: .177 Barrel Length: 2 - 3/4” Scarce Webley & Scott Mark II air pistol. Six line patent markings on left side, seven line patent markings on right side. Checkered hard rubber grips. These were made between 1925 and 1930. Accompanying this gun is the factory original box which has the serial number of the gun written on the lid. CONDITION: Retains 80% finish overall. All markings are clear. Missing the left side barrel hinge screw. Grips are good with light handling marks. Fine mechanical function. Box has some staining and separation at corners which have been addressed at some point with tape. Labels are clear and legible. GR 400 - 800 2411 - (M) BROWNING 380 TARGET SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH BROWNING CASE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: 380 Target Serial No. 71N07902 Caliber/Bore: .38 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1971 in Belgium by Fabrique Nationale and marketed by Browning Arms. The Browning .380 Target with adjustable target sights and thumb rest target grip. Comes with Browning marked zipper case and instruction booklet. CONDITION. Very fine with very little use evident. Finish is excellent, bore is bright and clean. Grips are very fine. Action operates properly. Case and booklet are slightly soiled. TDW 400 - 600

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2412 - (C) EAST GERMAN MAKAROV SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1964). Manufacturer: East German Model: Makarov Serial No. EW7128 Caliber/Bore: 9 Makarov Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration with the East German “K100” proof on the left side of the frame. Dated “64” at the rear of the frame on the left side. “EW” serial number prefix also dates the gun to 1964. Ernst Thaelmann import mark on the right side of the frame. Black rubber grips. CONDITION: Retains 95% finish overall with some wear on the high points. Markings are clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 300 - 400 2413 - (M) TANFOGLIO WITNESS COMPACT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Tanfoglio Model: Witness Compact Serial No. G17572 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Italian manufactured with compact design with 12 round magazine and textured rubber grips. White outline drift adjustable sights. Single and double action operation with hammer drop safety. Has box and paperwork. CONDITION: Excellent with little or no actual use. Bore is as new. Action operates properly. Very slight finish wear at edges. TDW 300 - 400 2414 - (M) HIGH STANDARD “SPORT-KING” SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH 2ND BARREL. Manufacturer: High Standard Model: Sport-King Serial No. 366535 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 4 -1/4” (B) 6 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern 1st Model Sport-King with interchangeable barrel. Takedown lever located on front of frame. 4-1/2” barrel, includes second 6-3/4” barrel. Fixed sights. Includes two ten shot magazines with one in its original box. Two piece checkered brown plastic grips. CONDITION: Excellent overall with approximately 95% original blue, only appreciable wear being on front edge barrel lug, grip straps, slide and frame edges. Second barrel has approximately 85% original blue. Both barrels have excellent bright clean bores. -MKS- 300 - 400 2415 - (M) U.S. MILITARY MARKED RUGER MK II SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Mk II Target Serial No. 21016406 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Heavy round 6-7/8” barrel. Full blue finish with tall blade front and adjustable rear sights. Checkered black plastic grips. Complete with original box, shipping sleeve, and correct paperwork. U.S. is stamped above the serial number on the right side of the chamber CONDITION: Like new in the box. Pistol shows little to no wear and appears unfired. -MKS- 400 - 600 330

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2416 - (M) LLAMA 22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Llama Model: 22 Auto Serial No. 315546 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Llama .22 semi-automatic pistol with factory display case and extra magazine. Factory nickel finish and engraving with pearl style grips. Case is un-numbered to the gun, but appears to be factory. Extra magazines are both Llama marked. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore has dust from storage, but is clean underneath. Functionally excellent. Magazines and case are excellent. JA 300 - 450 2417 - (C) FABRIQUE NATIONALE BROWNING MODEL 1900 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL, WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Fabrique Nationale Model: 1900 Serial No. 391198 Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard commercial FN model 1900 pistol. All matching numbers. Hard rubber grips with the FN logo at the top on each side. Lanyard ring on the left side of the frame at bottom. Unmarked magazine. Accompanied by a light brown leather holster. The flap was originally secured by a snap but was later replaced by a strap and buckle. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall with some wear on the high points. There is some light pitting towards the end of the slide. All markings are clear. Grips are very good with some handling marks, wear and minor chips in logo. Bore is very good showing some wear with light frosting, strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is solid with strong stitching and light scuff marks. GR PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS LOT WILL BE DONATED TO SHRINER’S HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN. 300 - 500 2418 - (C) SAVAGE ARMS MODEL 1917 .32 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Savage Model: 1917 Serial No. 251953 Caliber/Bore: .32 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Hard rubber grips with Savage logo on tops. Dual tone magazine. CONDITION: Retains 85% original finish overall with some light surface rust here and there. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with some light handling marks. Bore with strong rifling and light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 300 - 600 2419 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 24442SA Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Single Action Army with original box and cleaning brush. Serial number dates it to 1959. Case hardened frame with blued barrel and trigger guard. Original Colt grips. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Metal is 95% with some minor wear on the case hardening. Grips are excellent. Cylinder and hammer show minimal wobble. Bore is clean. Box is excellent. A great example of a Single Action Army in a popular caliber. JA 900 - 1,400

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2420 - (M) COLT DIAMONDBACK .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER WITH BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. S87812 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Colt Diamondback Revolver with original box and manual. Serial number dates this gun to 1981. Blued finish with original Colt grips. Frame and cylinder match. Spurred hammer. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% of its original finish with some minor wear on the edges. Grips are excellent, except for a nick above the Colt emblem on the right side. Box is fair with the tabs starting to rip. A great example of a classic Colt. JA 900 - 1,300 2421 - (A) COLT 1860 US CAVALRY COMMEMORATIVE CASED SET WITH TWO PERCUSSION .44 REVOLVERS AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1860 Army Serial No. (A) 1355US (B) US1355 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Percussion Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: Cased set of two Colt 1860 US Cavalry revolvers with accessories. Manufactured circa 1977 to commemorate 200 years of U.S. Calvary. Matched pair with fitted case, shoulder stock, bullet mold, powder flask and a can of ca