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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.


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COLLECTIONS Fresh to the Market.


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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

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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 (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions license. C&R licensee purchases must conform to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATF) C&R requirements. • 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 (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions and clearly mark the lot number, title and maximum bid amount. Absentee bidding forms may be accessed online at www. morphyauctions.com. If there are two (2) identical bids placed on the same item, priority will be given to the first bid received. All bids must be left in increments as explained on our bid form. If a bid is “out of increment,” the auctioneer has the right to round the bid up to the next correct increment. Bidders may preview, register and place bids online through our website, www. morphyauctions.com. Absentee and online bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com will be auto charged to the credit card entered 48 hours after the end of the sale. If you wish to pay by another method please contact us within 48 hours after the sale. Seller(s) agree to allow the Auctioneer to accept and execute absentee bids in a competitive manner for potential buyers and under the MORPHY’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.

BID INCREMENTS

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

RESERVES

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

BUYER’S PREMIUM

A 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. Absentee bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com and Proxibid.com 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. 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 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 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.

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.

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Auction Details

APPROXIMATE AUCTION TIMES

Auctioneer sells approximately 80-100 lots per hour.

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1001 - (A) GOOD MODEL 1836 US FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY R. JOHNSON DATED 1841, IN UNTOUCHED ORIGINAL CONDITION THROUGHOUT. Manufacturer: US Model: 1836 Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Barrel with standard markings: US, JH, and smooth age brown with no pitting. Lock with excellently struck marking US, R. Johnson, Middtn, Conn 1841. Three-quarters stock with mint cartouches JH WAT for William A. Thornton. Stirrup rammer. CONDITION: Lock with no pitting. Faintest traces of original case colors. All small parts are original. Steel mounts with aged brown patina but no pitting. Stock retains much original raised grain. Action is perfect. Bore is excellent. This type of 1836 martial pistol normally receives a bright polish. 1,500 - 2,500 1002 - (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. 2,000 - 3,000 1003 - (A) A VERY GOOD US FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL MODEL 1816 BY SIMEON NORTH. Manufacturer: North Model: 1816 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique An excellent example of this key US martial flintlock in far better condition than commonly found. Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel with P, US, condemned stamp. Retains considerable lacquer brown finish. Lock deeply struck S. NORTH, US MIDLN CONN, first type. All lock parts original. CONDITION: Appears to have considerable original finish. Mounts with some original lacquer brown; most removed from side plate. Walnut stock in remarkable fine condition, with visible LS cartouche and inspectors’ marks. Still has considerable original raised grain. Front barrel band has original lacquer brown mixing with some patination. Pistol appears to retain original oak ramrod with slotted steel tip. Action is excellent. Bore is fine. Gun may be unfired. As good as specimen as one could hope to find. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 3,000 1004 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE SOUTH CAROLINA MARKED US MODEL 1816 SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL BY S. NORTH. Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1816 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 9-1/16” FFL Status: Antique Barrel is deeply struck S. Carolina, reading from front of muzzle towards breech. Lock has standard S. North MIDLN CONN markings. Walnut stock is stamped with LS cartouche and PT Judd (owner’s initials?). CONDITION: Barrel is clean steel color. Lock is cleaned to steel color. All small parts original. Mounts cleaned to steel color. Stock with some over-varnish. Gun retains what appears to be an original oak ramrod with steel jag. Action could use adjustment. Bore is good. A rare southern state issued US single shot martial pistol. Research on PT Judd may prove rewarding and potentially valuable. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 3,000

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1005 - (A) A VERY RARE JOSEPH HENRY CONTRACT SINGLE SHOT US SECONDARY MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: J. Henry Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique

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One of the rarer and more desirable of these extremely scarce secondary martial pistols, recorded contract for Joseph Henry indicated 150 pairs for 1807 and 600 pairs for 1808, quantities delivered not know. The barrel is deeply struck properly with eagle head and P in cartouche, and J. Henry PHILA. Small brass fore sight. The lock is deeply struck with J. HENRY PHILA US. The stock has vestigial cartouches could be brought up with a little solvent. Brass regulation Joseph Henry contract mounts. CONDITION: Barrel has coat of brown applied later. The lock has coat of brown applied later as well. Pistol possibly a reconversion, but if so, extremely well done. Action works perfectly. Full stock shows wear and a tight crack behind the brass side plate. Bore is fine for one of these. Ramrod is a modern replacement. An extremely scarce and desirable martial pistol. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 3,000 - 5,000 1006 - (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. 3,000 - 5,000 1007 - (A) RARE POSSIBLY UNIQUE AMERICAN FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT PISTOL, WITH A DISTINGUISHED PROVENANCE, MADE FROM PARTS OF AN 1826 NORTH NAVY. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: 1826 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 9/16” FFL Status: Antique The barrel is of standard 1826 configuration, stamped deeply LT at breech. The lock is of 1826 configuration and is stamped only LT. The highly figured, striped maple full stock has no inspectors’ marks. Trigger guard of military type. Buttcap with engraved floral design and buttcap screw. Barrel band of military type. Silver thumb piece is period engraved with the owner’s initials CTC. Pistol appears to be reconverted from percussion at an early date. CONDITION: Action is sticky. Bore is good. Ramrod is a modern replacement. What distinguishes this pistol is its provenance, first listed in a catalog from Walpole Galleries, November 20, 1924, Lot 62 “A rare American officer’s horse pistol,” illustrated on page 17. Pistol appears in Theodore Dexter’s 35 year scrapbook of Miles Standish collection, Volume 2 Plate 55. As distinguished a provenance as any American pistol could hope to have. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,800

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1008 - (A) A CONSIDERABLY BETTER THAN AVERAGE US 1819 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY SIMEON NORTH, UNDATED. Manufacturer: Simeon North Model: 1819 Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique The round steeled barrel is deeply struck with JDJ P over US. The lock is struck with North, US with an eagle and CONN. The walnut stock is stamped with inspector EF and LS in an oval cartouche. Steel furniture of standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel is very good with old dried oil obscuring possibly original polish. The lock is dark but with no significant erosion. The furniture has old dried oil, but very crisp. The stock rates excellent for one of these, with clear cartouche and old split through stock at butt does not detract. Action is excellent. The bore is fine. A good example of this most attractive early US martial flintlock. 1,000 - 2,000 1009 - (A) LOT OF TWO: A HIGH QUALITY CASED PAIR OF ENGLISH PERCUSSION TRAVELLING PISTOLS BY THOMAS STEVENS, 43 HIGH HOLBORN STREET, LONDON, 1823-1842. Manufacturer: (Both) Stevens Model: (Both) Percussion Dueling Serial No. (Both) NSN Caliber/Bore: (Both) .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (Both) 4” FFL Status: Antique 4” barrels with central rib, silver foresights, signed T. Stevens 43 High Holborn, London. Breeches with double gold lines. Barrel tangs finely engraved with scrolls, signed and bolted back action locks with safeties engraved en suite. Dolphin form hammers engraved en suite with locks. Stirrup rammers. Finely formed trigger guards engraved en suite with locks. Engraved steel butt caps with butt traps. Checkered walnut full stocks. CONDITION: Barrels with old English period rebrown, some extremely minor erosion but Damascus pattern clearly visible. Locks and hammers are as well. One safety with extremely minor damage. Trigger guards with traces of original bright peacock bluing. Walnut stock on one pistol worn, cracked through, with period steel reinforcement. Second pistol also cracked, period steel reinforcement on left side. Good bores. One pistol does not hold on cock. Pistols are cased in what appears to be an original period case, lined in green baise with screwdriver and key. Exterior of case scratched with one longitudinal crack. These very high quality pistols that can be improved with gentle cleaning and care. 1,500 - 2,500 1010 - (A) AN UNUSUAL CASED PAIR OF DIMINUTIVE PERCUSSION BELT PISTOLS MARKED TRYON PHILADELPHIA ON LOCKS, ADDITIONALLY L. FISHER LYNCHBURG VA ON BARRELS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Tryon Model: (BOTH) Deringer Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Rifled Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” FFL Status: Antique A most intriguing pair of little belt pistols with nickel silver belt hooks and mounts. Buttcaps with trap for percussion caps. The pistols of Deringer style. (A) Octagonal barrels and gilt bands at breech, struck “L. FISHER LYNCHBURG VA” on barrel. Back action lock, with rudimentary engraving. Figured walnut stocks finely checkered at butt. German silver mounts. CONDITION: Barrel with wear to address. Lock has been nickel plated during the period, obscuring the Tryon Philada address. Mounts in fine condition. Stock with crisp checkering and minor marks. (B) Virtually identical to the first. CONDITION: Nickeled barrel of the period obscuring marks. Lock is not plated, with clean markings and engraving. Figured stock with good checkering and a few minor marks. Action on both pistols works. Ramrods have been replaced. Fully rifled barrels with good bores. Modern case with split ring and lid, brass hinges, turn screw, nipple wrench, bullet mold and powder flask, lined in red velvet. Identity of L. Fisher is unknown at time of cataloging. An intriguing set of pistols that may well have Confederate association. These pistols are shown in Doug Eberhart’s book “Deringers in America Vol. I”, page 89. Levy Fisher is believed to be related W.B.& C. Fisher, Gunsmiths, Agents, Dealers of Lynchburg, who were a source of arms workers for the Confederacy. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 4,000

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1011 - (A) A GOOD KENTUCKY PISTOL BY EDWARD TRYON SIGNED TRYON PHILADA ON BARREL AND TRYON ON LOCK. Manufacturer: Tryon, Philadelphia Model: Kentucky Pistol Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 9 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique The octagonal barrel has iron foresight and rudimentary engraving at breech. The bolted step lock has border engraving, swan neck cock with rudimentary engraving. Stock of maple with significant curl in the butt. Brass trigger guard with pineapple finial. Two silver inlays on wrist. CONDITION: Barrel is smooth and brown with some erosion towards breech, probably rebrowned. Lock is clean, with an old brown patina. Frizzen is reshod, indicating significant use. Maple full stock in good condition, with one repair on left side towards muzzle and a coat of varnish. Action is good. Bore is good. Ramrod is a modern replacement and too short. The form of this pistol is classic Kentucky and made better by a very well-known maker. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 3,000 1012 - (A) A RARE AND UNUSUAL SPRINGFIELD ARMORY ALTERATION OF AN 1842 SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION MARTIAL PISTOL TO AUTOMATIC PRIMING. Manufacturer: Ira Johnson Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The pistol is of standard configuration, except for the addition of the automatic priming device, which appears to be original. Barrel dated 1847 on tang with US over JWH. The lock is stamped “US, IN Johnson”, dated 1855. The hammer with automatic primer of highly sophisticated manufacture, indicating arsenal work. Stock with no visible inspector’s cartouches, consistent with Springfield Arsenal experimental weapons. CONDITION: Barrel polished bright over old pitting. Lock stained, but with no significant pitting. Experimental automatic priming hammer polished over remnants of minor pitting. Hammer screw possibly replaced. Nipple retains considerable original blue. Brass furniture in standard configuration. Full dimension stock with minor wear at tail of lock plate. Action is excellent. Bore is fine. A rare experimental US martial pistol that would be the centerpiece of a collection of this particular model. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 3,000 - 5,000 1013 - (A) GOOD FRENCH PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL SIGNED BY FNI PAR GASTINNE RENETTE ARQUEBUSIER DE EMPEROR DE PARIS WITH FINELY CARVED AND CHECKERED EBONY STOCK CIRCA 1860. Manufacturer: Rennette Model: Percussion Target Pistol Caliber/Bore: .50 Rifled Barrel Length: 9 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Blued octagonal barrel with full Gastinne Renette address, dovetailed front and blade rear sights, breech and barrel tang engraved with foliage and leaves. Bolted front action lock engraved en suite. Finely formed hammer engraved en suite. All screws engraved. The butt with iron buttcap, engraved en suite. The ebony half stock finely carved at forend. Wrist beautifully checkered and carved with acanthus leaves. Steel trigger guard engraved en suite with finger rest. CONDITION: Barrel retains most of an old, probably period, refinish. Steel parts only lightly patinated with no significant rust and retain some of the original French Grey finish. Ebony stock extremely crisp with ideal checkering and no visible defects and only the most minor marks. Nipple is in excellent condition, action works properly. Multi-groove rifled bore is excellent. A fine French target pistol made for perhaps the most famous mid-19th century Parisian gunsmith and purveyor of fine arms to the French nobility mentioned in numerous French novels. 2,500 - 3,500 14

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1014 - (A) AMES MODEL 1842 US NAVY BOX LOCK PERCUSSION PISTOL, 1844. Manufacturer: Ames Model: 1842 Box Lock Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration. 1844 dated on lock and barrel. USN inspected. Smoothbore. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some areas of very light pitting and minor rust. All markings are clear. Brass retains a mellow patina. Wood has some dings and handling marks, shows wear. No cartouches. Bore has light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 2,000 1015 - (A) LOT OF 2: MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY DERRINGER TYPE PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Derringer Copy (B) Unmarked Model: (A) Pocket Pistol (B) Pocket Pistol Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .40 Smoothbore (B) .38 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique (A) with Damascus steel barrel, classic Derringer type lock, engraved German silver mounts comprising trigger guard, side plate, pineapple wedge, and escutcheons. (B) with excellent form and engraved German silver furniture, breech stamped Derringer with two silver bands. Walnut full stock on both pistols. CONDITION: (A) Metal and wood with some wear. Action is crisp. (B) Good, barrel with some dents. Lock is crisp. Action is excellent. Wood has traces of original varnish. No serious defects. Bore is fully rifled and in fair condition. An excellent lot for the Derringer collector. 1,000 - 1,200 1016 - (A) AN AMERICAN PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT BELT PISTOL BY TRYON PHILADELPHIA WITH STIRRUP RAMMER. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Heavy octagonal barrel is deeply struck “TRYON PHILADA”. The lock is deeply struck “TRYON”. Plain walnut half stock with German silver forend tip and edge escutcheons. Stirrup rammer. Inlay on side plate. Period engraved “No 21”. Brass trigger guard, no butt cap. CONDITION: Barrel is polished with no discernible pitting. Lock is extremely crisp and appears to retain some original finish. Stock is good, with only minor marks and no cracks. Action is crisp. Bore is good. An interesting American percussion belt pistol with the number 21 requiring further research. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 800 - 1,200 1017 - (A) PRESENTATION COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY FOURTH MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER (1863) Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 137472 Caliber/Bore: .36 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This revolver was presented to “William Everdell Jr col. 23rd reg.t N.G.S.N.Y. from his friend Jesse L. Cuiman” Further research will probably reveal more information on this pair of gentlemen. This revolver is a fairly standard fourth model of manufactured around the time of the Battle of Gettysburg. Features include: All full or partial patching serial numbers on frame, barrel, trigger-guard, backstrap, cylinder pin, cylinder, loading lever, and wedge. The octagon barrel has New York address, large round brass trigger guard, brass backstrap, and naval cylinder seem which remains at approximately 75% and sports one piece varnished walnut grips. There are no military inspector stamps. CONDITION: Metal is basically soft brown smooth patina with razor sharp legends traces of plating trigger guard. The right grip has piece missing at toe. Has a fine bore and tight action. 1,000 - 1,500

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1018 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SECOND GENERATION 2ND MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 2nd Dragoon Serial No. (A) 29182 (B) 28885 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .44 Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2 (B) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Cased Pair of Colt 2nd Generation Blackpowder Series 2nd Model Dragoon Revolvers with 8” barrels, blue & case color, one piece walnut grips with deluxe Colt French fitted walnut case. CONDITION: Both revolvers nearly new condition, walnut case in excellent condition with light scratches on top. 1,100 - 1,500

1019 - (A) FACTORY CASED MASSACHUSETTS ARMS COMPANY MAYNARD PRIMED POCKET REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Maynard Model: Percussion Revolver Caliber/Bore: .28 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manually revolved early type, .28 caliber percussion, six shot, 2 1/2” octagon barrel. Factory scroll engraved frame and hammer with floral pattern cylinder. About 900 of these early models were made from 1851-60. This cased example features ivory grips with Mass. Arms Co. on top strap. CONDITION: Metal is basically a soft crisp gray patina with flashes of original blue. Near mint mirror bore and fine action. Comes with a Mass. Arms stamped single cavity brass bullet mold and copper flask. Case is in excellent condition. 1,400 - 2,000

1020 - (A) ADAMS PATENT STYLE DOUBLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Adams Patent Model: Revolver Serial No. 3112 Caliber/Bore: .46 Barrel Length: 6 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Typical of the various Adams patent revolvers offered by numerous British dealers during the mid-nineteenth century. It features an octagon barrel in .46 bore, five shot, double action, blue finish with checkered walnut grips. The top of the frame is stamped “Manufd by A & Cie Licensed” . This model features the spur-less exposed hammer. The frame features scroll engraving. Comes with detachable side loading tool. CONDITION: All metal surfaces are a smooth pleasing soft patina with sharp legends. Cylinder indexes once lined up correctly. Bore is strong. Grips are fairly worn with minor chips. These guns were well represented in the South during the Civil War. 1,000 - 2,000

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1021 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT 1860 FLUTED ARMS PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1860 Fluted Armies Serial No. (A) 208365 (B) 208366 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .44 Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of a cased consecutive pair of Colt 2nd Generation Blackpowder Series 1860 “Fluted” Armies. Serial numbers 208365 & 208266. 8” barrels, blue and case color, one piece walnut grips with Colt walnut double case. CONDITION: Both guns in virtually new condition, case in excellent condition with minor scratches on lid. 1,000 - 1,500

1022 - (A) RARE BLUED SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 3 FRONTIER DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Manufacturer: S&W Model: .44 Frontier DA Serial No. 7660 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

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Only 15,340 examples of this revolver were made by Smith from 1886-1898. This example is factory blued with case colored hammer and trigger and chambered for the 44-40 (44 WCF) cartridge and sports a 6 - 1/2” barrel with Smith gutta percha grips and standard sights. All numbers are matching to include the cylinder, latch, barrel and scratched into the left grip panel. It has a mid-production four digit serial number “7660”. This revolver remains in superb condition and does not appear to have seen much use. CONDITION: Overall, the gun retains approximately 75-80% bright original factory blue with no blemishes or flaws, the balance appears to have simply flaked or faded to a mix of plum patina with razor sharp edges. The lock up and bore are like new and tight as a drum. Grips are also near mint showing virtually no wear. Bright case colors on both hammer and trigger. This is one of the nicest examples of this revolver that we have ever offered and it would very tough to find a nicer blued example, chambered for the .44 Winchester cartridge. 2,500 - 3,500 1023 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ANTIQUE SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS - SCHOFIELD & NO. 3. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (A)Scholfield B No. 3 Target Serial No. (A) 6440 (B) 1364 Caliber/Bore: A .45 S&W B. 38-44 Barrel Length: (A) 7” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) 2nd Model US issue Schofield Revolver with 7” barrel in .45 caliber, six shot single action, top break, US stamp on butt and walnut grips. There are no visible cartouche remaining on grips. Matching number on cylinder. Various US inspector stamps. CONDITION: While the legends are sharp, there is no original finish remaining. The action indexes and locks up tightly. The bore is quite nice with sharp rifling. Obviously spent time in a holster. (B) .38-44 No. 3 Single Action Target. Has 6 - 1/2” barrel, Paine front sight with adjustable rear sight, six shot, single action top break, nickel with S&W black composite grips. Matching number on barrel and latch but no number on cylinder. Original grips are very good and fit properly. Traces of original nickel finish but basically a dark gray patina. Fine rifling and action. 3,000 - 4,500

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1024 - (A) ENGRAVED SILVER PLATED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .38-40 REVOLVER (1888). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 126035 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique This black powder framed Colt was nicely period engraved and silver plated and then fitted with a pair of real mother of pearl grips. The finely done scroll engraving covers almost the entire metal surface of the gun and is quite handsome. CONDITION: Retains 75-80% of the applied silver finish. The pearl grips are excellent and well fitted. Gun indexes and locks up tight but could use an action job. Bore is sharp and clean. Barrel address and frame patent stamps are strong. This is one fine looking deluxe black powder frame Colt cowboy gun. 3,000 - 4,500 1025 - (A) US COLT ARTILLERY MODEL SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 115038 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Typical of the guns that went through the re-build US arsenal program beginning in 1890. This gun began service as a “DFC” (David Clark) inspected Colt in 1885 that would have matching numbers and a 7-1/2” barrel in .45 caliber with one piece walnut grips. After its return to the arsenal, it was stripped and all worn out parts were discarded, all acceptable barrels were cut to 5-1/2” with front sights reset and assembled from parts bins of acceptable parts regardless of era or serial number. These were then issued for use to US troops, mostly to those fighting in the so called Banana Wars and the War with Spain. The frame is “DFC” inspected number 115038, the trigger guard is number 5108 with Ainsworth inspection mark, the backstrap is number 50251 with “HN” (Henry Nettleton) stamp. The cylinder is also Nettleton inspected number 9494. The barrel is number 2256 with no visible inspector stamp. The left side of the frame has the US stamp. The right side grip cartouche outline is visible but no longer readable. CONDITION: This gun saw some use but not a lot and remains in excellent condition. The barrel retains at least 70% of the arsenal applied high polish blue with sharp legends and wear on sides from holster. The cylinder retains most of the blue in the flutes and about 40% on its perimeter. The frame and hammer still retain approximately 75% of the case colors, some bright. The straps and guard retain a flash of blue but are basically a smooth patina. The grips are excellent with some marks. The action is tight as new and the bore is sharp with some light frosting. A far above average Artillery Colt Model. 3,000 - 4,000 1026 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1886). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1877 Serial No. 56668 Caliber/Bore: .38 Long Colt Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This gun started off in life as a standard 3 1/2” Sheriff’s Model in .38 Long Colt caliber. It is a six shot double action with fluted cylinder, standard fare. In addition, it has a London barrel address and British proofs on cylinder. It is now masterfully engraved with nearly full coverage in nineteenth century scroll with punch dot back-ground. The barrel, frame, cylinder, and straps are outlined in gold. The revolver is finished in full blue. The faux ivory grips feature a scrimshaw type portrait of Sam Colt on right side and the Colt Blue dome on left side highlighted in blue and yellow tones. CONDITION: The bore is sharp and the action works fine in single action mode but not double action and will need some tweaking. Otherwise, the gun is in near new condition, appears unfired since engraving and finished. A spectacular Lightning. 3,000 - 5,000

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1027 - (A) REMINGTON 1867 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1867 Navy Caliber/Bore: .50 Centerfire Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique This model was manufactured with a 7” barrel and chambered for the .50 caliber centerfire. It was fitted with walnut grip and fore-end. This is a martially marked pistol. The left grip has inspector cartouche WDW for William D. Whiting. The right side of frame is stamped P with FCW for Franklin Warner. The top of barrel also has the WDW stamp along with anchor. The pistol was finished with blue barrel and case color frame. CONDITION: The barrel is a smooth blue/brown patina. Frame colors have darkened with a speckled appearance. Action is fine. Bore shows sharp rifling. 1,200 - 1,800 1028 - (C) C.S. SHATTUCK STYLE FOUR BARREL PALM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unmarked Model: Cut and Shoot Palm Serial No. 44 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 1 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic C.S. Shattuck Arms Co., Hatfield, Massachusetts palm pistol, four shot. Firing pin revolves to strike each barrel individually. Barrel cluster pivots down for loading. Nickel finish. The only weird thing is that this pistol has no markings nor serial number. Factory prototype? Interesting little and rare gun. CONDITION: 97% original factory nickel with storage and handling marks. 1,000 - 2,000 1029 - (A) IMPRESSIVE SILVER PLATED SHARPS FOUR BARREL DERINGER Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1B Serial No. 1274 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured between 1859 and 1874. This is a Model 1B in .22 rimfire. Frame is marked “C. SHARPS PATENT 1859” on the left side and “C. SHARPS PHILADA. PA” on the right side. The barrels are finished in rich royal blue and the frame is completely silver plated. CONDITION: The two piece grip panels are varnished walnut with very little wear. Some of the silver is starting to tarnish into a pleasing deep black patina. This fine pistol retains nearly all of the special finish with just a couple of minor handling marks. A very special Sharps pistol in top condition. Mechanically this derringer is as new. The rotator works correctly when the hammer is cocked. Bright and shiny bore with crisp rifling. A stunning small frame C. Sharps four barrel derringer. 1,750 - 2,250

1030 - (A) EARLY TRYON FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Flintlock Rifle Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 41” FFL Status: Antique Made by George Tryon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the early 19th century. Barrel is stamped “Tryon Philada” and has stamped asterisks behind and in front of signature and sights as seen on some trade rifles. “P” in circle proof at breech of barrel. “Tryon” marked flint lock with single trigger control. Walnut full stock with brass furniture. Pewter inlay on cheekpiece embellished with horse and rider chasing a deer. Silver thumbpiece inlay. Hardwood ramrod with threaded brass tip. CONDITION: Overall good condition with aged patina on metal parts. Wood looks to have some original finish left with minor usage and handling marks. Lock is a reconversion. Mechanically solid. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,000

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1031 - (A) BRITISH 3RD MODEL BROWN BESS MUSKET. Manufacturer: British Model: 3rd Model Brown Bess Caliber/Bore: .78 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 39 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Third model India Pattern Brown Bess used around the time of the Napoleonic Wars. Tower marked original flint lock. British proofed musket barrel. Walnut 3rd pattern style stock with correct brass hardware with the initials “JBH” behind the sideplate. Original steel ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good original patina with no visible restoration or cleaning. Wood has service and usage marks. 1,800 - 2,500

1032 - (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED “P. HESS”. Manufacturer: P. Hess Model: Fullstock Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 39” FFL Status: Antique Philip Hess worked in the Lehighton Area of Pennsylvania circa 1810. The full octagon barrel with rifle sights is double stamped “P. Hess” on barrel flat. Flintlock is marked “Demuth Lancaster” and is controlled by double set triggers. Curly maple full stock with brass furniture including a four piece engraved patchbox with floral finial and three piercings and saddleplate. Two coin silver inlays (silver thumbpiece and oval cheekpiece). Nice pierced toeplate with engraving. Gun also has pick holder rings with a porcupine quill in the rings. CONDITION: Wood has nice aged finish with no visible repairs and light usage marks. Metal has good patina with some corrosion by the touch hole. Lock most likely is a reconversion. Mechanically sound. 2,000 - 4,000

1033 - (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. 2,500 - 3,500

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1034 - (A) EARLY PENNSYLVANIA FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: J. Moll Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 44” FFL Status: Antique Rifle stamped “I. Moll” for John Moll III of Allentown, Pennsylvania who worked 1820-1883. Rifle has octagonal smoothbore barrel with rifle sights and typical double lines in front and back of each sight. Double bolt flint lock marked “London Warranted” with single trigger control and held by brass “Arrow” sideplate. Full curly maple stock with pinched triggerguard and Moll style engraved two piece patchbox. Brass flat barrel keys. Original brass tipped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with replaced lock and reconversion to flint. Wood retains 80% of original high gloss varnish with some flaking near the cheekpiece. Small chip of wood at breech of barrel. Aged patina on all metal parts with some small vise marks near breech. No visible repairs or major alterations. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 4,000 20

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1035 - (A) 1812 HENRY MUSKET. Manufacturer: Henry Model: 1812 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 43 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique JOHN J. Henry of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured Model 1812 musket with lock marked “J. Henry Phila”. Smoothbore musket style barrel with three bands, bayonet stud and “P” in circle proof at breech. Walnut wood stock with iron furniture. Original flint lock. Iron ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with cleaned metal parts. Wood has added finish with some usage dings. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 2,500

1036 - (A) SHARPS 1874 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1874 Serial No. 161235 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Model 1874 Sharps Sporting rifle, 30” heavy octagon barrel (1” across flats) . 45 caliber, standard sights, double set trigger, military style butt plate. CONDITION: Heavy use, no original finish, multiple gouges in stock, wood missing on front of forearm, good shootable bore. 1,500 - 2,000

1037 - (A) PERCUSSION SWIVEL BREECH RIFLE SIGNED “T. EVRITT”. Manufacturer: T. Everett Model: Swivel Breech Caliber/Bore: .48 Rifled & .48 smooth Barrel Length: 32 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Thomas Evritt was likely a decendant of Richard Everett, donator of land, one which Fort Everett was built. This fort was built during the French and Indian War Era. It is believed Thomas Evritt worked right in that area, but spelled his name differently, which was common. Thomas Evritt worked in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania circa 1850. Curly maple buttstock with brass hardware including four piece patchbox with one piercing and a pineapple finial. German silver inlay on cheek. Golcher back action percussion lock with single trigger control. Full octagon barrels with brass ramrod channel. Stamped “T. Evritt” on both barrels. Swivel control lever on left side of the gun. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Metal has good patina with slight pitting around nipples. Wood retains nice finish with handling marks. Mechanics are strong. 1,800 - 2,500

1038 - (A) TRYON CONFEDERATE CONVERSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Confederate Conversion Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled Barrel Length: 42 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made Kentucky style rifle. “Tryon Phila” octagonal rifled barrel with “T.M. Babb” stamped behind rear sight. Converted percussion lock marked “J.F. Boyd” and dated 1861 with double triggers. Period conversion using patent breech. Typical Philadelphia style “pineapple” finial four piece patch box with engraved lid and initials “TMB”. Full plain maple stock with brass furniture with silver thumbpiece and added silver repair above toeplate. Hardwood ramrod with threaded tip. Patchbox has worm and extra mainspring inside. PROVENANCE: According to abstract with rifle T.M Babb served with the 6th South Carolina Calvary. J.F. Boyd served with the 7th South Carolina Calvary as a gunsmith. Another abstract lists rifle being bought from Babb family. CONDITION: Overall gun shows rough usage typical with guns used in combat. Gun is in original condition with no obvious restorations. Mechanically sound. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,200 - 3,500

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1039 - (A) NEAR NEW 1863 SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE .50 GOV’T Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1863 Serial No. 86367 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique As most collectors know, several thousand Sharps Civil War era Model 1859 & 1863 carbines were overhauled at the Government arsenal, barrels lined to .50-70, and totally refinished. They were then reissued to troops engaged in the Indian Wars out West. This is such a conversion but given the almost total lack of wear would indicate it spent most of it’s time with a guard unit or stored at the arsenal. Features include round, lined blue barrel, case color fame, saddle ring & bar, walnut stocks with single barrel band. The buttstock has a sharp as new DFC stamped ribbon (David Clark) The rear sight has the Robbins patent. CONDITION: This gun is a solid 90-95% with bright blue screws, brilliant case colors and near mint wood with just a hint of high edge wear and some minor handling marks. The bore is like new. As good as they come. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 2,500 - 3,500 1040 - (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. 3,500 - 5,500 1041 - (A) TRYON PERCUSSION HALF-STOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Percussion Half-Stock Caliber/Bore: .38 Rifled Barrel Length: 33 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured rifle circa 1850. Tryon stamped octagon barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Patent breech ignition system with two decorative silver bands. Henry Parker marked back action lock with double set triggers. Walnut wood stock with German silver furniture including finely engraved four piece patchbox with keyhole finial and five piercings. Checkered wrist carving. Eight German silver inlays including barrel escutcheon plates, oval thumbpiece, oval nameplate on toe and nicely engraved federal eagle on the cheek. Hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with metal having aged patina. Wood has traces of high gloss original finish with light handling marks. Triggers are sticky. No visible restoration. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,000

1042 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: Metallic Serial No. C120 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique The series of Sharps, the 1859 and 1863 Sharps carbines, were the most widely used saddle ring carbines by the Union during the Civil War. After the war, they were converted by the factory to take metallic cased cartridges, and were then reissued to the United States Cavalry out West to be supplied for the Indian Wars. This early serial number carbine most likely saw use in the Civil War and then again out West. They were used in just about every battle fought in the Civil War from 1861 to 1865. Features a full round barrel, single barrel band, German nickel front sight, Lawrence stamped folding ladder rear sight, walnut stocks, saddle ring and bar. Barrel is stamped “NEW MODEL 1863”. Typical Sharps stampings on both sides of frame. Left side of stock has Indian Wars inspector stamp, “DFC”, for David Clark. CONDITION: It is obvious this carbine saw little use after conversion. Retains 95% arsenal blue on barrel. Blue-grey patina on band. 20% case colors on frame with balance simply darkening. Hammer has darkened. Wood is excellent, cartouche is sharp. Fine action. Near mint three groove barrel. 2,500 - 3,500 22

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1043 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW WALL .32 RF SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1885 Serial No. 9096 Caliber/Bore: .32 RF Barrel Length: 24 “ FFL Status: Antique Features half octagon No. 1 weight barrel, nicely figured oil finished deluxe wood, and hard rubber shotgun buttplate. Typical Winchester No. 8 style engraving with delicate scroll and panels with a buck deer on one side and a hunting dog on the other. Scroll engraving on the hammer, tang, and lever. Engraving has been verified by Winchester Museum documentation. CONDITION: Receiver shows very slight traces of original case colors, overall a pleasing grey patina. Barrel more than likely is a Winchester factory replacement showing 95%+ original blue. Excellent bore. Very attractive, early rifle made in 1887. 3,000 - 4,000 1044 - (A) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1896). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 105300 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Winchester Model 1886 rifle made in 1896, 26 inch octagon barrel, .45-70 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt. CONDITION: Frame, lever, hammer, forearm cap, and butt plate mostly grey with slight traces of case color in protected areas, 10-15% blue mixed with patina on barrel and magazine tube, sound wood, good shootable bore. 1,500 - 2,000

1045 - (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial No. (A) 215634B (B) 552897B Caliber/Bore: (A) .44-40 (B) .38-40 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Antique (A) Winchester Model 1873 rifle made in 1886, 24 inch octagon barrel, .44-40 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt. CONDITION: Completely restored with case colored frame, lever, forearm cap, and butt plate, wood has been over sanded. (B) Winchester Model 1873 rifle made in 1900, 24 inch octagon barrel, .38-40 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt plate. CONDITION: Mostly brown patina, solid wood with a 1-1/2” x 1/4” area missing on forearm. 1,750 - 2,500

1046 - (A) 1816 M.T. WICKHAM MUSKET. Manufacturer: M.T. Wickham Model: 1816 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique M.T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured Model 1816 flintlock musket. Flint lock marked “Phila” over “1833” at rear of lock and “US” over “M.T. Wickham” in front of cock. Smoothbore musket style barrel with front blade sight and “US”, “AH” and “P” in circle proofs at breech. Left side of barrel has “LS” for the barrel manufacturer. Walnut wood stock with iron furniture including three barrel bands. CONDITION: Overall nice aged patina on metal parts possibly cleaned many years ago. Wood has handling and usage marks with no visible cracks or repairs. Nice honest musket. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500

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1047 - (A) 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET TYPE III. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1816 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique Springfield manufactured Pattern 1816 musket with lock dated 1830 and marked Springfield with Eagle over “US” stamps. Brass flash pan. Musket barrel with “V” and “Eagle” proofs near breech. “US” mark on top of comb on buttplate. Walnut musket style stock with three bands and visible cartouches on left side of stock. Iron furniture with iron ramrod. CONDITION: Overall fine condition with dark patina on metal parts and oiled finish on stock with usage marks. Mechanically solid with replaced lock and screws. Lock is in its original flintlock configuration. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,500 1048 - (A) COMPOSITE ENGLISH PERCUSSION BLUNDERBUSS WITH WHAT APPEARS TO BE A HARPER’S FERRY PISTOL LOCK, CONVERTED FROM FLINTLOCK. Manufacturer: British Model: Blunderbuss Caliber/Bore: 1 - 3/8” Smoothbore Barrel Length: 16 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique This is most likely an American alteration for American military use. The iron barrel with British Birmingham proofs and large flared muzzle. Moldings at breech. Deep even age brown patina throughout. The lock with brown patina and American eagle and shield stamped. No other other markings. Iron mounts with deep even age patina. Trigger guard with pineapple finial. Single lock screw. CONDITION: Figured, checkered walnut full stock shows little wear and much possibly original varnish finish. Checkering quite crisp. Action is excellent. Bore is fine. Horn tipped ramrod with jag is possibly the original. An interesting iron-barreled blunderbuss. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,200 1049 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873/79 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873/79 Serial No. 176764 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Nice honest Springfield Trapdoor carbine with the 1879 improvements. 22 inch barrel with 1879 “C” marked rear sight and post front sight with blade. “SWP 1881” cartouche on left wrist to rear of saddle bar and ring. Trap butt with 3 piece cleaning rod and extractor in butt. Front band equipped with stacking swivel. Low arch breech block with 1873 date and 3 position tumbler. CONDITION: Very good with an even mellow brown patina. Stock is full sized with typical oil staining and small bruises and scratches. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Action operates properly. 1,000 - 1,500

1050 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1884 Serial No. 270337 Caliber/Bore: .45/70 Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8”” FFL Status: Antique The block is dated 1878 and the sight is an 1879 type while the Sam Porter cartouche is dated 1884. It is a standard rifle with a 32 - 5/8” barrel, original rod, post front sight, full length walnut stock with two bands, blue finish with brilliant case colors on block, US Springfield and Eagle on lock. CONDITION: This gun appears to have seen little to no use. 98% blue on metal that is just starting to thin, bright colors, sharp stocks with as new cartouche, a sharp bore and perfect action. There are some usual age sports on barrel and a couple areas with light freckling and most of the blue can still be found on the butt-plate. Comes with a modern military style sling. Would be almost impossible to find any nicer. 1,200 - 1,500

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1051 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLED MUSKET, DATED 1858. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1855 Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique 1858 dated lock. Long range rear sight. Rifled bore. Cartouched on the left side of the stock. Brass nose cap and lock screw escutcheons. CONDITION: Gun retains a pleasing patina overall, lock markings are nice and clear and sharp. Barrel has moderate pitting overall, no visible markings or date. Buttplate has moderate pitting. Wood is very good with some age cracks and handling marks. Lock function is sharp and crisp with strong spring tension. Bore has visible rifling with pitting. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1052 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1888 TRAPDOOR RAMROD BAYONET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1888 Serial No. 526184 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 65,000 made from 1889 to 1893. This was the last of the standard trapdoor model rifles. This is a fine, all original, 1891 dated trapdoor that features standard Buffington rear sight, hooded front sight, trapdoor buttplate, standard rod, twin bands. Sharp “SWP 1891” Samuel Porter cartouche and cursive “P” on bottom of wrist. This rifle was made with standard rod-bayonet. Block stamped “US MODEL 1884”. Lock has eagle but not dated. CONDITION: Barrel retains 95% arsenal blue that is starting to drift. There is at least 95% original case colors on block. Lock and hammer retain 95% of their oil quenched finish. The bands retain 75% bright blue with some blue on screws. Mirror bore. Comes with original period leather sling with single brass frog and two keepers. 1,500 - 2,000

1053 - (A) SPRINGFIELD ROBERTS CONVERSION SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: Roberts Conversion Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 37” FFL Status: Antique This Roberts conversion used a standard 1855 Springfield rifled musket cut off the top of the lock at the Maynard tape primer. Dated 1858. “ROBERT’S PAT./ JUNE.11.1867” on the left side of the receiver. Iron mounted. Three band. Walnut stock with inspectors cartouche on the left side. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall. All markings are clear. Some original blue on the spring located on the left side of the receiver. Wood has dings and handling marks. Fine bore with strong rifling. The lock will not stay at full cock, but works well to half cock. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1054 - (A) EXPERIMENTAL US 1868 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR ALLIN CONVERSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1866 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1868-72. Breech block is dated 1866 with eagle head but no arrows or US stamp. No serial numbers on left side. Lock is dated 1864 with “US” and eagle. All metal finished in the white except block, hammer, and sideplate. Rifle has no serial number which probably indicates a test model. Two piece trigger guard. Left side of stock has the “HSH” Henry Hill cartouche, who inspected the 1863 Model rifles. Cleaning rod is cupped. CONDITION: Near mint; retaining majority of original finish with some minor handling marks on stock. Mirror bore. Excellent overall and maybe one of a kind. Comes with early pre-frog sling with brass hook, two keepers (one newer); end broken off and rather brittle. 2,000 - 4,000

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1055 - (A) US 1870 TRIAL SPRINGFIELD-REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK ARMY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield-Remington Model: 1871 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 36” FFL Status: Antique Made at Springfield in 1870 only, quantity approximately 1,000. Major differences between the standard 1871 Model include no date on left side of frame, dated 1870 on right side of frame, short hammer spur, and no locking action. Features Model 1868 type rear sight, barrel and fittings in the white, case color frame, and two piece walnut stock. Tang is stamped with Remington patents. Left side of stock has a strong “ESA” cartouche for Erskin Allin. CONDITION: The color on frame has simply faded to a light grey patina with some age toning. The bright finished parts have some age spotting as well and have never been polished. Stocks are excellent with usual bumps and bruises. Bright and shiny near mint bore. A fine condition, original, rather scarce trial model. 2,000 - 4,000

1056 - (A) VERY RARE 2ND TYPE US MODEL 1870 SPRINGFIELD-SHARPS RIFLE - 1 OF 300. Manufacturer: Springfield-Sharps Model: 1870 Serial No. 107 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 35 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique In 1870, the Springfield Armory altered approximately 1,300 Civil War Sharps rifles and carbines. They were chambered for the .50 caliber centerfire self contained cartridge and featured the typical walnut buttstock and nearly full length forend. This is the second type conversion where they used an early Model 1874 type action and lockplate without the pellet primer system. The second type had their own serial range of 1-300 and are extremely rare and seldom seen given only 300 were ever made. The Sharps frame was case colored while balance of metal was finished in the white. The rear sight was the 1868 type. There are two bands, a cleaning rod, and sling swivels. No patchbox. Serial numbered 107 on left side of barrel and on tang. There is a near mint “ESA” cartouche stamped on left side of stock. CONDITION: This rare rifle is in excellent, all original factory condition. The stock is fine, proud to metal, with just minor handling marks. The barrel has a clean white age freckled appearance. Frame colors have darkened. Bore is very good but has some powder rings and light abrasion. A very tough Springfield dating to a single year and early Indian Wars Springfield Sharps rifle. Also comes with a period correct leather sling with brass hook and two keepers. 3,000 - 6,000

1057 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 233745 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Springfield made trapdoor rifle cut down from a rifle with 1873 dated breechblock with undated lock with correct markings. Aftermarket carbine wood with inlets for special sights. Non-original buttplate. “R” marked rear sight. Blued finish on all metal parts. CONDITION: Reapplied finish on all metal parts fading to a dull blue. Unfinished wood with light handling marks. Good mechanics with shootable bore. 150 - 300

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1058 - (A) SCARCE EXPERIMENTAL US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1886 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1886 Serial No. 340394 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 1,000 of these special carbines were made in 1886 only, most in the 325000-400000 serial number range. They were made with a 24” barrel and nearly full length walnut stock. Special features included uncapped forend, fastened by a single barrel band with wraparound type upper sling swivel; lower sling swivel on butt, sling ring and bar on left side, and Buffington Model 1884 rear sight stamped “XC” on leaf. Butt has trapdoor. The front sight has the protective hood. This carbine is 100% original and has every of the above listed features and falls in correct serial range. The lock is stamped with eagle and “US SPRINGFIELD”. The left side of barrel has the “VP” proof. Block is stamped “US MODEL 1873”. The left side of the stock has a faint but readable “SWP 1886” Sam Porter cartouche stamp along with a faint cursive “P” on wrist. It is purported that almost the entire production run were shipped to Cavalry units then stationed on the Western Frontier, so they would have seen hard use and a lower than average survival rate. CONDITION: Block colors have darkened with some light age spots. 80% dull arsenal blue on lock and hammer. Buttplate is grey patina. Barrel is a blue-brown patina mix with overall age spotting. Trigger guard is blue drifting and thinning with overall blue appearance. Stock is very good with small wrist repair, several bumps and bruises, and was slightly cleaned with dull oil finish. Sharp and clean, well-defined rifling with shiny lands. Fine action. A must-have scarce Trapdoor for the Springfield collector. 4,000 - 6,000

1059 - (A) 10TH CAVALRY MARKED SHARPS MODEL 1863 CONVERSION BREECHLOADING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1863 Serial No. 54831 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique The all black Buffalo Soldiers consisted of eight companies that was formed at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1866. Led by white officers, they fought the remainder of the decade against the most dangerous tribes, the Cheyenne, Arapahos and Comanches; and distinguished themselves in battle after battle. The right side of the barrel is stamped “F” for company along with “10th Cav”. This is three groove .50-70 conversion of a percussion era Sharps Civil War carbine as US issued during the Indian Wars. Features round barrel, post front sight, Lawrence rear sight, saddle ring and bar, old tape priming system intact, and walnut stocks. CONDITION: All metal surfaces are a soft brown patina. Stocks are excellent with just the usual marks, and a small chip on left forend, and no visible DFC ribbon. Sharp legends. Fine strong bore. A nice, used, smooth example of a carbine that saw use in the Civil War, returned to the arsenal where it was updated for cartridge use and then used on the American Frontiers. A piece of US history that led to the expansion of the states after the devastating Civil War. 2,000 - 4,000

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1060 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 85401 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Features 1873 rear sight stamped “R” with headless screws. Lock is not dated but has eagle. Block is stamped “US MODEL 1873”. Stock has “ESA” in oval and dated 1877. Also features twin bands, swivels, and standard finish. CONDITION: Very fine overall. 95% barrel blue with some freckling. Traces of color on block but mostly just pattern. 95% oil quenched finish on lock and hammer. 95% bright blue on screws. Dull patina on bands. 90% blue on trigger guard. 80% blue on buttplate. The stocks are near mint with original raised grain and sharp stamps. Strong near new bore. Comes with original leather sling with single brass hook and two keepers. This fine rifle has seen little use. 1,500 - 2,000

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1061 - (A) CIVIL WAR FIFTH MODEL PERCUSSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Burnside Model: Fifth Model Serial No. 19127 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 21” FFL Status: Antique This is a Fifth Model Civil War Burnside carbine. Marked on the top of the receiver “MODEL OF 1864”. Hinged breech block. Screw in the right of the receiver. Clear cartouches on the left side of the stock. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall, all markings are clear. Some light pitting on the receiver and lock plate. Original blue on the lever and back part of the breech block. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Wood is fine with light handling marks. Missing the spring loaded plunger which holds in the take down pin. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1062 - (A) FINE SPRINGFIELD SECOND MODEL ALLIN CONVERSION 1866. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1866 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique These were made just following the Civil War out of surplus Springfield rifled muskets. 1865 dated Springfield color case hardened lock. 1866 dated on the blued breech block. Three band. CONDITION: Lock retains some mottled case colors. Breech block retains most of the dark blue. Light patina on the barrel, bands, and buttplate. Fine mechanical function. Stock is fine with some light handling marks and minor areas of discoloration. Sharp cartouche. Has what appears to be a round wax seal on the left side of the stock between the lock screws. Fine bore with sharp rifling. GR 1,000 - 1,500

1063 - (A) FINE CONDITION AND SCARCE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1879 Serial No. 187439* Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Lots of condition on this scarce 1879 Model carbine that features US 1873 bolt, trapdoor buttplate, updated 1884 rear sight, post front sight, and saddle ring and bar. Sharp “SWP” Samuel Porter 1882 dated cartouche on left side with cursive “P” on wrist. CONDITION: Barrel is a soft, clean, brown patina with sharp legends. Traces of color on bolt. Nice original blue on bands, trigger guard, and buttplate. Wood is near mint with few handling marks and some added varnish. Bore is shiny with strong lands and grooves. Really sharp 1879. 1,000 - 2,000

1064 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1860 Serial No. 12184 Caliber/Bore: .56-50 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique 22 inch 3 groove barrel with ladder adjustable rear sight. 7 round tubular magazine. walnut stocks with sling bar and ring. CONDITION: Good as refinished. Bore is good with strong rifling with slight corrosion evident. Walnut stocks have no inspections evident and numerous small nicks and bruises with a check in buttstock and small amount of material loss at top of lock. Action operates properly. Marking are mostly gone from refinish and slight pitting overall. Sling swivel in butt is missing. 1,000 - 1,500

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1065 - (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. 1,200 - 1,600

1066 - (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. 1,500 - 2,500

1067 - (A) EXCEEDINGLY RARE NICHOLS & LEFEVER A GRADE 10 BORE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Nichols Lefever Model: SxS Serial No. 5727 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 7/8” Gauge: 10 Gauge Weight: 9 lbs 3 oz Incredibly rare Nichols and Lefever high grade gun with likely less than ten or so of this grade known to this cataloger who has actively chased Lefever products for more than 30 years. This particular gun made with extremely fine Damascus barrels with makers name on rib and steel front bead. Splinter forend with tip latch release which is nicely engraved and checkered in point pattern. Beautiful file cut action engraved in tight scroll and game scene engraved in fine early American fashion with large dog busts at back of action. Trigger guard marvelously engraved with Spaniel retrieving fallen duck. Steel capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in fine point pattern through the wrist, with tear drops behind action and terminates with a checkered horn buttplate. CONDITION: Very good as found. Appears mostly original except for the hammers which are unengraved replacements and right hammer screw is modern. Barrels retain about 70% original pattern. Bores are bright and shiny. Checkering has worn smooth, but is still more than half visible. Action toned grey with some spotting. Stocks with various marks and scratches but appear mostly sound with the exception of an ancient gain separation running from the right side of the tang to the checkering. Action is a touch loose. This rare gun is worthy of a great Lefever collection. 2,000 - 3,500

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1068 - (A) LOT OF 5: ANTIQUE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) American Gun Co (B) New Baker (C) L.C. Smith (D) Ithaca (E) Ithaca Model: (A) Field (B) Double (C) Field (D) Field (E) Field Serial No. (A) 880292 (B) 9253 (C) 42713 (D) 21368 (E) 43000 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 30” (C) 30” (D) 30” (E) 32” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: (A) 14” (B) 14” (C) 14 - 1/2” (E) 14” Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (C) 12 Gauge (D) 12 Gauge (E) 10 Gauge Lot consists of: (A) American Gun Company side by side shotgun with exposed hammers, choked full and modified, with original buttplate. CONDITION: Fine overall. 85-90% original blue and 45-50% original case color. Bright clean bores. (B) Baker Gun & Forging Co. with exposed hammers, Damascus barrels, choked modified and modified, with original buttplate. CONDITION: Very good overall. Solid wood with no cracks or split. Overall gunmetal grey patina. Decent bores. (C) L. C. Smith Field Grade with Damascus barrels, choked light modified and modified, with Pachmayr red rubber recoil pad. CONDITION: Nice, clean gun with no obvious problems. Action tight. 15-20% original case color on frame, barrel grey patina. Solid stock with no visible cracks or splits. (D) Ithaca Star Grade with Damascus barrels and choked improved and modified. CONDITION: Good overall. Nice Damascus pattern showing on barrels with bright clean bores. Replaced unfinished stock, original forend. (E) New Ithaca Gun Field grade with exposed hammers, Damascus barrels, and original buttplate. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Excellent stock with sharp checkering. Tight action. Approximately 20% original case color on frame, strong Damascus pattern on barrels, and bright, clean bores. 1,800 - 2,500 1069 - (C) CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1956). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 6474SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This beautiful revolver was built in 1956 and was custom engraved by master craftsman Santiago Leis of Silver Springs, Florida. The work was performed on July 1st, 2012. All of the engraving is done by hand, featuring nearly full coverage using basic 19th century style scrolls with punch dot background and border engraving. Every single area of this revolver has been engraved with the exception of screws, small parts, and trigger. The revolver was then finished in high polish blue with gold plated hammer, backstrap, trigger guard, screws, cylinder pin, cylinder pin release, and ejector rod head. His work was topped off with a set of genuine aged, hand fitted ivory grips. Features six shot, fluted cylinder, single action. CONDITION: Appears as new condition as custom finished. Someone paid strict attention to the action, which is as smooth as butter. Rifling exhibits sharp lands and grooves. This revolver comes with a signed certificate by the engraver. 3,000 - 4,000 1070 - (M) CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 289WBH Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Someone with money took a post war Colt to a true craftsman master engraver to make this lovely custom. The cylinder was replaced with a non-fluted example. The serial number was polished away and replaced with 289 WBH. Nearly the entire surface was then engraved in deep hand chiseled relief with punch dot backgroud and wolf’s head hammer. All screws and trigger are high polish nitre fire blued and was then fitted with phenomenal one piece ivory grips. The finish is sliver plate. The engraving is impeccable. CONDITION: The action and bore are like new. All original legends are sharp. There are not enough superlatives to describe this revolver, simply said, true masterpiece of gunmaker art. 3,000 - 4,000 30

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1071 - (M) GORGEOUS COLT “DURHAM COUNTY” FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT PYTHON REVOLVER WITH BOX AND ORIGINAL WOODEN PRESENTATION CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. K45099 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern

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This is gun #75 of this interesting and collectible grouping, one of only 250 made in 1981. Beautiful 6” bright nickel plated gun with vent rib barrel. Right side of barrel marked “PYTHON / 357 CTG”. Frame is beautifully engraved for Durham County Sheriff’s Office commemorating their 100 years of service. Made with beautiful rosewood grips with Colt Custom shop medallions. Housed in its original box with factory paperwork and matching end label. The end label also has the name “O’Brian” on it. Original wood presentation box with proper plaque on top and maroon velvet interior. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near mint. Appears factory test fired only, retaining virtually all original bright nickel finish with no visible drag line. Box is very good with scuffs, creases, and rounded corners. Presentation box is excellent with minor marks and scratches on the outside. 3,000 - 4,500 1072 - (M) 1994 TEXAS GUN COLLECTORS GUN OF THE YEAR COLT SINGLE ACTION Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. TGCA2 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This outstanding Colt Frontier Six Shooter was commissioned by the TGCA in 1994 from Colt Custom Shop with Factory “B” engraving, Donut head ejector rod, etched panel, fire blue screws, and special “TGCA2” serial number. Colt factory engraved etched panel Frontier Six Shooter with 7 - 1/2 inch barrel, fire blue screws and one piece carved ivory grips. Special serial number TGCA2 on frame and engraved on backstrap “Show Gun 1994”. Engraved in tight scrolls and vine pattern with dot punch background on frame barrel and backstrap. Cylinder is engraved in same patterns. Produced on the blackpowder style frame without traverse take down pin. One piece ivory grips are carved with a Mexican style snake and eagle motif on left side and smooth on right. Cased in a blue velvet lined fitted walnut case with key. CONDITION: As new with no distress and no cylinder turn line. Case is equally fine. Accompanied by Colt invoice for the work performed as well as a full page featuring on page 12 of the spring 1994 TGCA Magazine. Also included is a letter from former President of The TGCA Bobby Vance regarding the paperwork that accompanies this Colt. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 4,000 - 6,000 1073 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY C ENGRAVED SINGLE ACTION ARMY SHOW GUN. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SHERIFF001NF Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 2 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern This possibly unique Custom Shop Colt Single Action Army was displayed at 1999 CCA SHOW. We have never seen another custom Colt in this configuration. The end label lists “2-3/4” barrel, pearl grips, Master C engraved, birds head grip, nickel finish, .45 Colt”. Other features include flat top frame with adjustable target rear sight, ramp front sight, and fire blue smalls. CONDITION: Gun is unfired and comes in matching liner box, blue box and paperwork. If you are looking for a stunning Colt with features never before seen on a Single Action Army, this rare gun will be right at home. 4,500 - 6,500

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1074 - (M) CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED CUSTOM SHOP COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. SA96671 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Beautifully engraved with D coverage, this is full nickel plated with carved fluer-de-lis ivory one piece grips. It is built on smokeless frame. Serial number places manufacture at 1991. CONDITION: As new unfired condition in glass top display case. It is housed in rosewood case and French fitted with blue lining. A memorable gun. 3,500 - 4,500 1075 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY ENGRAVED SINGLE ACTION ARMY. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA91372 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern The box end label states “Type B Master Engraved, 4-3/4” barrel, nickel, bird’s head configured grips with smooth ivory stocks”. In addition to the engraving, the gun features fire blue screws, cylinder pin head and ejector head. CONDITION: As new in matching box with paperwork. Light storage wear and handling marks. Not even any visible sign of light drag line. 3,000 - 4,000 1076 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY MASTERFULLY EMBELLISHED BY KURT JAEGER REVOLVER. Manufacturer: COLT Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 34262SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 Colt caliber, 4 - ¾” barrel, finely oak leaf scroll engraved in classic German style signed Kurt Jaeger – Mainz. Serial number 34262 SA .This mid-1950s single action shows the signature of one of the best recognized master gun makers in Germany at this time. The top of the back strap shows fancy initials G.M.G. The pistol is European rust blued with engraving polished to a satin color to highlight the workmanship. The engraving is also silver inlaid in flush line borders. The pistol is mounted with well made custom Mastodon ivory grips that fit impeccably. The hammer and trigger are engine turned or jeweled. CONDITION: The action is crisp and the bore is excellent. The pistol remains in excellent condition as restored at time of engraving. 2,500 - 3,500 1077 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 ELMER KEITH COMMEMORATIVE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 29-3 Elmer Keith Commemorative Serial No. EMK1119 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern In 1985, Smith & Wesson produced 2500 Model 29-3 .44 Magnum revolvers as a tribute to one of America’s most beloved gun writers and firearms sage. They were a blue finish, 4” revolver with the smooth rosewood magna grips. The fluted cylinder has gold printed states such as 1st Outstanding Hand-gunner, Salmon Idaho, Six-guns, Hell, I was there representing his birth place, 1st Hand-gunner award and two of his most popular books. The left side of the barrel is stamped in gold “Smith & Wesson .44 magnum”. Left side of frame is stamped 1-2500 and this one is serial number EMK 1119. The right side of the barrel is stamped “Elmer Keith Commemorative -44 magnum-1899-1984. The right side of frame has gold image of Keith and facsimile signature. CONDITION: Near new condition in walnut display case missing plaque from top. 2,000 - 2,500

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1078 - (M) HIGH CONDITION AINSWORTH US COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY WITH RENO BATTLEFIELD SERIAL NUMBER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 5100 Caliber/Bore: .45 Long Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This Turnbull Colt exhibits a lot of effort and sufficient skill to reproduce a custom US Colt serial number 5100 which was a relic found on the Reno battlefield from the Custer fight. This gun was built using an Uberti as its base. It is near exact in all aspects such as matching serial number including barrel and cylinder. Has all correct early features such as script barrel address, screw in frame and proper Ainsworth inspector marks and cartouche on the walnut one piece grips and finished in blue and case colors with nitre blue screws. Comes with paperwork on original serial number 5100 having been found on battlefield. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. 2,000 - 3,000 1079 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE BOXED AS NEW SMITH & WESSON MODEL 340 PD DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (All) Smith & Wesson Model: (All) M&P 340 PD Serial No. (A) CZY8657 (B) CYE7774 (C) CYE0060 Caliber/Bore: (All) .357 Mag Barrel Length: (All) 1 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of three M&P 340s built on the classic J-frame Centennial AirLite revolver with added modern, ergonomic features making this a lightweight carry gun. Features lightweight scandium alloy frame for easy carry, stainless steel barrel and cylinder, XS Sights® 24/7 Tritium night front sight, integral U-notch rear sight, snag-free enclosed hammer, rated for continuous +P use. All have rubber grips. CONDITION: Show no signs of having been fired and are in as new condition. All come in original boxes with paperwork. 2,000 - 3,000 1080 - (M) LOT OF 3: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) S&W Model: (A) 629-1 (B) 629-1 (C) 624 Serial No. (A) AER1357 (B) AHS3026 (C) AHC3482 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Mag (B) .44 Mag (C) .44 Special Barrel Length: (A) 8 - 3/8” (B) 6” (C) 4 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Model 629-1 Smith & Wesson revolver with stainless steel, two piece checkered walnut grips, and complete with correct box numbered to gun with paperwork and tools. CONDITION: Nearly new overall with near mint bore. (B) Model 629-1 Smith & Wesson revolver with stainless steel and two piece checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Near new overall with near mint bore. (C) Model 624 Smith & Wesson revolver with stainless steel and complete with correct box numbered to gun with paperwork. CONDITION: Gun has been fired and has light scratches on frame and cylinder. Missing grips. Overall extremely fine with near mint bore. 1,550 - 2,200 1081 - (M) BOXED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 NICKEL REVOLVER W/IVORY (1989) Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA90868 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This beautiful Colt is finished in full nickle with factory silver medallion real ivory grips which is so tagged on the end of the box along with matching serial number and paperwork. CONDITION: Has a ghost drag line. The gun is unfired with only light handling marks and storage wear. 1,500 - 2,000

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1082 - (C) COLT BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH SKELETON STOCK (1902). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 231350 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This Colt left the factory, according to letter, on August 27th, 1902 as shipped to Simmons Hardware in St. Louis. It is listed as a .38-40 with a 5-1/2” barrel and blue finish. This revolver had an unmarked 16”, .45 Long Colt barrel added and a matching new cylinder. Gun was reblued and recase colored. Caliber was checked but there are no stamps on barrel. A reproduction skeleton stock accompanies gun. CONDITION: It locks up tight and bore is near mint. Overall, cool gun that will be a great shooter and remains in near new condition as refinished and rebuilt. 1,500 - 2,500 1083 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE BOXED AS NEW SMITH & WESSON M&P 340 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (All) Smith & Wesso Model: (All) M&P 340 Serial No. (A) CUP6887 (B) CUW2632 (C) CUP6858 Caliber/Bore: (All) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (All) 2 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of three M&P 340s built on the classic J-frame Centennial AirLite revolver with added modern, ergonomic features making this a lightweight carry gun. Features lightweight scandium alloy frame for easy carry, stainless steel barrel and cylinder, XS Sights® 24/7 Tritium night front sight, integral U-notch rear sight, snag-free enclosed hammer, rated for continuous +P use. All have rubber grips, show no signs of having been fired and are in as new condition. All come in original boxes with paperwork. 1,500 - 2,500 1084 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S16240A Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Classic 4 - 3/4” .45 Colt Single Action Army revolver with blue and case color finishes. Fitted with factory Colt plastic grips and housed in original blue kraft type box with all paperwork. CONDITION: Excellent plus and nearly perfect with several small spots of discoloration in the case colors at trigger guard line and a very slight turn line is visible on two chambers. Box is excellent. 1,250 - 1,750 1085 - (M) LOT OF TWO: MATCHED PAIR OF SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (BOTH) 27-2 Serial No. (A) N612958 (B) N480077 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .357 Mag Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Made in 1977-78 while (B) was made in 1979-80. All of the features are the same for both revolvers. Both sport the scarce 8 - 3/8” barrel, factory nickel finish (stamped N inside frame), patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, three screw, pinned barrels, recessed chambers, target rosewood grips with silver medallions. Both have case color target hammers and triggers. CONDITION: Both show signs of having been fired but still retain 99% original nickel finish with nice case colors and excellent grips with just usual handling marks found on nickel guns. (A) does have an owner ID inside the grip straps only visible when grips are removed. These were considered the Cadillacs of the Smith .357 line-up 1,200 - 1,600

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1086 - (C) NEAR NEW SMITH & WESSON US ARMY MODEL 1917 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: US Army 1917 Serial No. 53464 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic When the US Government simply could not get enough Model 1911 Colt Automatics on the front lines in France, they turned to Colt and Smith & Wesson for a supply of heavy duty revolvers. This gun was built on the large N frame, square butt, five screw frame. This gun features commercial quality factory high polish blue finish, six shot, fluted cylinder, case color hammer and trigger, lanyard ring, and smooth two piece walnut grips. Barrel is pinned and cylinder is cut to use half moon clips for the .45 ACP. The butt is marked “US Army”. “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” is stamped under the barrel. Left side of frame has the Ordnance bomb. CONDITION: Aside from a few minor surface marks and a light drag line, gun is in near new condition inside and out. It comes with a fine condition, all original 1917 leather holster. 1,000 - 1,500 1087 - (M) BEAUTIFUL NEAR NEW COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERWORK. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA91872 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Beautiful Third Generation gun made with full blued finish and ivory grips with gold Colt medallions. Made in 1988. Housed in its original Colt box with end label that identifies this gun as found today. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near new. Retains virtually all original finish with no drag line detectable. A beautiful and striking gun. Box is very good with scuffing to corners. 1,000 - 1,500 1088 - (C) ENGRAVED & PLATED COLT MODEL 1917 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1917 Army Serial No. 54341 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The basis for this revolver is a standard US Army issue Model 1917 government stamped New Service with a 5 1/2” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. It features near full coverage engraving with scroll patterns with deep relief carved large cat on left side of frame and Mexican Eagle with snake on right side of frame. There is a relief carved horned steer on right side of barrel. The entire gun was plated very nicely, not chromed. The backstrap has an owner’s name engraved “Gral. Rodolpo Fierro”. The grips are polished horn. The original lanyard is present. CONDITION: Revolver retains most of the reapplied nickel finish with fine grips. Bore is fine and cylinder indexes correctly. A very handsome New Service. 1,000 - 2,000 1089 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT DETECTIVE REVOLVERS - OLD & NEW STYLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Detective Special Serial No. (A) 7452RD (B) 774440 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 2” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Newest version of the classic Colt Detective with the ejector rod shroud and Colt silver medallion rubber grips. CONDITION: It shows a light drag line and a hint of muzzle wear but still a solid 99% gun. Also has a fine bore and action. (B) Old style Detective with exposed rod. Made in 1960 with factory blue finish and sporting a set of real stag grips. CONDITION: There is some high edge and handling marks on cylinder and a bit of muzzle wear but would still rate 97%. Nice bore and action. 1,000 - 1,200

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1090 - (C) 2ND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1969). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 52466SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a standard 2nd generation Colt .45 with 5 - 1/2” barrel, blue and case color, eagle black rubber grips, six shot single action. CONDITION: Cylinder has light drag line. There is a hint of wear at muzzle. Bright original case colors just starting to fade at bottom and couple of spots of patina. Near new with couple of minor handling marks. A trigger show was added and can easily be removed but will leave two dots on trigger. 900 - 1,400 1091 - (C+M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) M&P (B) K-38 Serial No. (A)452075 (B)K279500 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Pre-war HE .38 special M&P four screw built on K target frame. Blue finish with case color hammer and trigger with near mint diamond checkered walnut grips with no medallion. All matching numbers but grips have penciled number not readable. CONDITION: Has light muzzle wear, cylinder line and some high edge wear but still a nice 96% all factory original finish with nice bore and action. (B) K-38 Target Masterpiece made in 1956, four screw, proper era type silver medallion magna grips but number not matching. Target sights, blue finish with target case color hammer and case color trigger. CONDITION: Smooth action and locks up tight with clean bore. Touch of red paint on front sight. Used with approximately 85% original factory blue. Great target gun and should be a good shooter. 800 - 1,200 1092 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1909 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1909 Army Serial No. 31704 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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The US Model 1909 is basically a New Service large frame revolver that was ordered by the US Government. Features six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, blued finish, walnut grips, and lanyard ring. Left side of the frame has inspector stamp “FB” Francis Baker, who only inspected the 1909 Colt, and “RAC” Renaldo Carr. Bottom of the barrel is stamped “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” and is “RAC” stamped. Back of cylinder is “RAC” stamped as well. Butt is stamped “US ARMY MODEL 1909”. Colt pony on left side of frame is faint; all other markings sharp. CONDITION: Retains approximately 75% of the reapplied blued finish. Grips are very good with usual dings; no inspector stamps. Indexes and locks up fine. Strong rifled bore with some light frosting. Comes with a “RIA” 1911 dated U.S. Holster in excellent condition with toe plug. These were issued just prior to the introduction of the 1911; they were used in the Banana Wars and many saw action during the first World War as well. Low production and survival rate. 800 - 1,200 1093 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 19-3 (B) 48-3 Serial No. (A) K917709 (B) 10K0694 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 (B) .22 Mag Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) K frame Model 19-3 Smith & Wesson revolver with checkered two piece walnut grips and full blue finish. CONDITION: Near mint in the correct two piece blue box numbered to the gun with all correct paperwork and tools. (B) K frame Model 48-3 Smith & Wesson revolver with checkered two piece walnut grips and full blue finish. CONDITION: Near mint in correct two piece blue box numbered to gun with all correct paperwork and tools. 800 - 1,200

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1094 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT POLICE POSITIVE AND HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON .22 SPECIAL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) H&R Model: (A) Police Positive (B) 22 Special Serial No. (A) 103161 (B) 587970 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Colt (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of : (A) Colt Police Positive early, high polish, six shot, double action revolver manufactured 1912. These early Colts featured the finest polishing and blue ever produced by them. CONDITION: Retains at least 90% of this early high polish blue, thinning on straps and minor high edge wear. Near mint hard rubber grips. Fine bore and action. This is a nice, early, collectible grade Colt. (B) Harrington & Richardson .22 Special, nine shot, double action, top break revolver. Blue finish with monogram plastic grips. CONDITION: 75% blue on frame and barrel with overall age freckling, 50% on cylinder. Good shooter and high quality. Fine bore and action. 800 - 1,200 1095 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 29-2 Serial No. N856361 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 8 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern This was the last of the pinned and recessed Model 29’s as these features were dropped when the 29-3 was introduced. This American classic is built on the square butt N-frame, three screw, target sights, wide hammer and trigger, checkered rosewood grips and factory nickel finish. CONDITION: Gun has been fired and remains at 99% with some usual handling marks. Comes with factory mahogany display case. Fine bore and action. 900 1,100 1096 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO PRE-WAR SMITH & WESSON MILITARY N-FRAME DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (BOTH) 1917 Serial No. (A) 15454 (B) 101510 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) U.S. Army Marked Model 1917. Standard World War I US issue with Army marking stamped on butt and GHS Gilbert Stewart inspector stamp on left side of frame. These featured a 5 - 1/2” barrel, commercial quality factory blue finish, six shot, double action, oil grooved hump-back hammer, two piece smooth walnut grips and a lanyard ring. CONDITION: Grey patina on straps, still retains 75-80% blue. Appears that the barrel and cylinder were put on later as they are much nicer than the frame. Grips are also correct style replacements and are slightly shy to metal. Action is fine and the bore is sharp but slightly frosted. (B) 1937 Brazilian Contract Model 1917. Has the crest of Brazil on right side of frame. Same configuration as above but grips are replacement commercial style pre-War type checkered grips with silver medallion. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 60% original blue finish with some age spotting, various nicks and some minor pitting on left side of barrel. Strong rifling with minor frosting. Good action. Lot also comes with a 1918 style reproduction US holster. 800 - 1,200 1097 - (M) BOXED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-2 STAINLESS .44 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith and Wesson Model: 629-2 Serial No. BBU3904 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 5 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Offered in 1988 only. It featured the non-fluted cylinder, 6” barrel, target rear sight, six shot double action with black rubber grips, the 629-3 came out in 1989. This model also featured the solid under barrel lug. Comes with box. CONDITION: No signs of having ever been fired, just a light drag line. 800 - 1,200

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1098 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: COLT POLICE POSITIVE TARGET, 1895 COLT NAVY & U.S. NAVY SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Colt (C) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) Police Positive (B) U.S.N. Double Action (C) US Navy Double Action Serial No. (A) 1278 (B) 95378 (C) V65599 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 WRF (B) .38 Long Colt (C) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 6” (C) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Police Positive Target Revolver. Manufactured four digit first year 1910 production. Features blued finish, six shot, fluted cylinder, double action, high front target sight, adjustable rear sight, and black composite Colt logo grips. CONDITION: 10% blue in hidden areas but basically all grey patina with scattered freckling. Sharp rifled bore. Grips excellent. Works fine both double and single action. (B) Colt Model 1895 U.S.Navy Marked double action revolver. Manufactured 1898. These were ordered by the U.S.Navy. This example was inspected by W.B. Whittelsey who only inspected a few guns for the Navy in the 95000 range in 1898 while America was at war with Spain. Butt is marked “U.S.N. (trident) / 38 DA / 9530” and “WBW” with serial number (Whittelsey). Has the Navy Model Colt black rubber grips. Features round barrel, six shot, fluted cylinder, double action, clean bore and action, blue finish. CONDITION: 25% original Colt factory blue finish while the balance is grey patina. Grips are very good with few minor chips along bottom. Strong bore and works correctly both single and double action. Good example that may clean nicer of a possible Spanish-American War used weapon. (C) Smith & Wesson U.S. Navy Victory Model double action revolver. Features war-time phosphate finish, six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, case color hammer and trigger, smooth walnut grips, and lanyard ring. Top of frame is stamped “US NAVY”. These revolvers were made for the Navy during the second World War. CONDITION: Light overall edge wear but still retains approximately 95% of the original factory war-time finish. Fine bore and working action that could use a touch of tuning (we replaced a broken inner part but the action needs tuning). All three revolvers have matching numbers. 1,000 - 1,500 1099 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO CASED SMITH & WESSON N-FRAME DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (A) 29-2 (B) 25-2 Serial No. (A) N413152 (B) N315980 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Mag (B) .45 Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Model 29-2. Built on the square butt target N-Frame. Features a 6 1/2” pinned barrel, recessed chambers, red insert front sight, target rear sight, case color target hammer and trigger, silver medallion checkered cocobolo grips and factory nickel finish. Frame is stamped N for finish. Made in 1977-78. CONDITION: Has been fired, shows light drag line, and minor handling marks but still retains virtually all of the factory nickel finish, nice case colors, grips are fine and bore is clean. Cased with replaced liner and no paperwork. (B) Model 25-2. Built on the square butt target N-Frame. Features a 6 1/2” pinned barrel, three screw, patridge front sight, target rear sight, case color target hammer and trigger with rosewood target grips. Made in 1975-76. CONDITION: Gun has been fired and there is a light cylinder drag line but retains virtually all of the original bright factory blue finish and colors with just a couple of minor handling marks. This gun comes in original mahogany case with tools. 1,000 - 1,500 1100 - (M) THOMPSON CENTER ARMS SINGLE SHOT PISTOL WITH 4 BARRELS, SCOPE AND BASE. Manufacturer: Thompson Center Model: Encore Serial No. 306890 Caliber/Bore: .7-30 Waters Barrel Length: 14” FFL Status: Modern The Thompson Center pistol system allows an owner to have one frame and buy as many different barrels they wanted for different chores. They are super strong actions and easy to change over barrels. All barrels are blue. Frame is matte blue with target rear sight. Grips and forends are walnut. The front sights are on each barrel. All four barrels are the Super Model and include attached .7-30, 14” with target sights and original box, boxed 14” in .44 magnum with target sight, 14” .223 with target front sight and scope base and rings, and lastly a 10” .357 magnum with front sight and walnut forend. There is an extra new boxed Redfield base and a new boxed TC3X Electra Dot recoil proof scope and instruction booklet. CONDITION: Gun is as new inside and out. A great shooting set but you can always add more barrels. 1,500 - 2,000 38

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1101 - (C) STEVENS NEW MODEL POCKET RIFLE NO. 40 SINGLE SHOT WITH MATCHING STOCK. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Verbier New Model Pocket Rifle Serial No. 25844 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 15” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Introduced in 1896 and made until 1916. Easily identified by the conventional trigger with guard rather than spur trigger. This pistol has matching nickel plated shoulder stock and frame. The front sight is a folding Beech style, the rear sight slot has a filler and has the rare grip strap mounted long range tang sight. CONDITION: Nickel plated frame retains 98% of its original finish. Barrel retains at least 95% factory blue with some patina showing through finish. Strong, clean rifling. Working extractor. 90% original nickel on matching metal stock. This tang sight can be found mounted on this pistol on page 81 in the book entitled “Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles” by Kenneth Cope. Walnut grips are near mint. This is an outstanding example of an all matching high condition Stevens. 1,200 - 1,800 1102 - (A) US CAVALRY COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER - 1878 SHIPPED. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 50160 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The Colt letter states that this revolver was shipped to the US Government on September 18th, 1878 in a shipment of 150 revolvers for Army issue. This revolver has matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. Cylinder not numbered and probable replacement. CONDITION: There is some damage under side of barrel retaining hole for housing and had to drop some cement in as the attaching screw would not stay in. Ejector head is replaced original type as are frame screws. When they restored this piece, they feathered out the serial numbers and inspector stamps. Frame stamps are sharp. Grips are refinished and slightly shy. Barrel address is mostly visible. The applied blue and case colors have correct Colt look and retain most of this refinish. Action and bore are fine. Colt specialist Dave Lenora could easily fix all these problems and you would have an original early Cavalry Colt at a shooters price. 2,500 - 3,500 1103 - (A) SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER 3 TARGET .38-44 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: No. 3 Serial No. 3383 Caliber/Bore: .38-44 Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique These popular target revolvers were built on the No. 3 frame, chambered for special cartridge (.38-44) with a 6 - 1/2” barrel, single action, nickel finish, monogram rubber grips with Paine front sight and adjustable rear. All frames built prior to 1898. The hammer and trigger guard are case color. Matching numbers on cylinder and barrel. CONDITION: This fine early target gun retains approximately 90% original factory nickel with some scattered minor age spots and flakes. Action is as tight as new. Traces of color. Excellent to near mint grips. Sharp rifling. A really crisp example of a turn of the century target revolver. 2,500 - 3,500

1104 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO WORLD WAR II CLASSIC HANDGUNS, NAMBU & P38. Manufacturer: (A) Nambu (B) Mauser Model: (A) Type 14 (B) P38 Serial No. (A) 6003 (B) 3933V Caliber/Bore: (A) 8mm (B) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Showa 18.12 Japanese Type 14 Nambu in 8mm. Made in 1943 at the Toriimatsu plant at Nagoya Arsenal. This is a second series and standard in all respect. Matching numbers on both Mahogany grips and on back of magazine. CONDITION: Fine bore and action retaining 98% of its original arsenal finish. (B) Nazi marked Walther P-38. Byf (Oberndorf) 1944 factory code. Matching numbers except magazine that has the Nazi stamp but a different serial number. Codes WaA135 three times on frame and slide. Brown plastic grips. CONDITION: 98% original arsenal finish. Sharp and crisp mid-war classic. 1,600 - 2,400

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1105 - (C) DWM M-2 PORTUGUESE CONTRACT LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: M-2 Serial No. 442 Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for contract sales to the Portuguese military. This is known as the 1906 M-2. Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, and V notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety is unmarked. Extractor marked “CARREGADA”. Front toggle link marked “DWM” in script. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 85% of the original factory applied rust blue finish with strawed small parts. Scattered freckling and high edge wear. Non-matching checkered walnut grips show some wear and the right grip has been repaired. Correct nickel wood bottom magazine with correct circle with a triangle stamped on it. Magazine has some pitting. Good bore with sharp lands and grooves showing some wear. The Portuguese military bought 5000 of these between 1908 and 1910. They have the M-2 crest above the chamber for Manuel II. A great representative piece. 1,800 - 2,400 1106 - (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. 2,000 - 2,500 1107 - (C) EARLY SERIAL NO. 9 COLT ARGENTINE MODEL 1927 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1927 Serial No. 9 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt produced 10,000 Model 1911 A1 Models for Argentina in 1927-28. They are simply a Colt 1911 A1 Commercial made in 1927 that had special markings for that country and tagged the Model 1927. This is the earliest example we are aware of and the slide stamps on the right side are entirely different than those normally seen and is the first and only of this type we have seen. The slide is stamped with Argentine crest (all are so stamped) but followed by a simply one line stamp “COLT CAL.45 MOD. 1927” The top of slide ahead of sight reads “No 9” This number is also stamped behind arched mainspring housing. Barrel has no serial number and is simply stamped “R” and “RA”. The left side of frame has standard 1927 era two line Colt’s patent info with standing pony. The balance of gun is standard pre-war A1 commercial featuring checkered arched mainspring housing, short checkered trigger, checkered slide stop and safety, checkered wide spur hammer, Type II rear sight with U notch and beveled side. The blue finish is standard Colt pre-war commercial blue and sports fully checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Pistol retains approximately 75% even blue with edge wear and some minor age spotting. It is unknown when Colt switched to the commonly found slide markings but it must have been an early transition as this is the only marking of this type we have seen while searching. If you collect Colt Model 1911 variations, this is one that we are confident most collectors do not have. 2,000 - 4,000 40

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1108 - (C) DWM 1921 DATED POLICE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P.08 Serial No. 4741 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features 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 “DWM” in scroll and is property numbered “1921” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun except the hold open, it is number 14. This is a Weimar era Police gun and still retains the sear safely and most of the magazine safety. Gun is unit marked “S.D.I.448.R.”, the “R” has been canceled out. “SCHUTZPOLIZEI DUSELDORFF weapon 448”. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 92% of the arsenal applied blue finish. Unnumbered checkered wood grips with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Comes with two matching magazines that have been re-stamped in the police style. First magazine is a nickel body with aluminum bottom. Second magazine is a Schmeisser Hanel and a starburst “K” proof on the spine. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a World War II military holster that is dated 1939. Stitching is tight and serviceable holster has some crazing. 2,000 - 2,500 1109 - (C) PRE-WAR POLISH EAGLE 39 F.B. RADOM PISTOL Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. 28272 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Very fine pre-War eagle 39 Polish Radom 9mm pistol. Rust blue finish with two line F.B. Radom 1939 date and Polish eagle in center. Triple latch pattern with slotted butt for shoulder stock. Black checkered plastic grips with VIS marking in center. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% blue finish remaining. Grips are excellent with no cracks or chips. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Matching numbers on Frame and slide barrel is numbered to another gun. 2,000 - 4,000 1110 - (C) POLICE MAUSER G DATE S/42 LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P-08 Serial No. 9494c 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. This is an all matching numbers gun with two matching magazines. Schmeisser Haenel magazines are numbered in the police style. Sear safety is present. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 92% of the original factory applied finish with just a bit of high edge wear and holster wear. Wood checkered grips that are not numbered with sharp checkering. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a military holster and has a W 154 loading tool. It is maker marked “C HEIMIHEN DRESDEN”. 2,000 - 3,000 1111 - (M) MASTER ENGRAVED WALTHER PPK-S1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PPK S1 Serial No. 8682BAF Caliber/Bore: .380 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern This beautiful pistol displays nearly full coverage scroll engraving, nickel finish with real mother of pearl grips. Comes with Walther black plastic carrying case with extra magazine, associated paperwork. CONDITION: Nearly new condition. Case is fine. 2,000 - 2,500

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1112 - (M) MASTER ENGRAVED COLT SUPER COMMANDER .38 SUPER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Super Commander Serial No. CSC091 Caliber/Bore: .38 Super Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern This is a stainless steel Commander in .38 Super with short slide and frame built on the 1911 design. The faux ivory grips have a raised carved image of Sam Colt on left panel. Right side of slide is stamped Colt MK IV. This pistol features master engraved scroll with punch dot background with nearly full D type coverage. “LG” is engraved at base of grip. Comes with correct Colt maroon box with a pair of dark wood grips with “Colt” medallions and associated paperwork. CONDITION: Near new with some minor handling marks. Comes with one magazine that is also engraved. Box with handling and corner wear, but complete. This is a stunning .38 Super. 2,500 - 3,500 1113 - (C) CASED 1900/06 WAFFENFABRIK BERN LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Waffenfabrik Bern Model: 1900/06 Serial No. 16147 Caliber/Bore: .30 Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Manufactured in 1918. Features long frame, round pencil barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety, distinctive Swiss style walnut grips with an un-checkered border, old style sideplate, and eight round detachable box magazine. Manufactured by Waffenfabrik Bern for the Swiss military. Ejector is marked “GELADEN” on the left side. An all matching numbered gun. Center toggle link marked “WAFFENFABRIK BERN”. CONDITION: Mirror bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun retains approximately 95% of the arsenal blue finish and 95% of the arsenal straw colored small parts. This was the first model of Luger made outside of Germany. This gun was in the first delivery of the wholly domestic made pistols. P-49 on left side of frame indicating it was sold out of the military in 1949. The initials “LAC” are engraved on the left side. Comes in a contemporary case with a Swiss cleaning kit and two extra magazines. Also comes with a muzzle cover made by “H LUTHY ARMS”. All three magazines have reproduction wood bottoms. 2,500 - 3,500 1114 - (C) HIGH CONDITION COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1918). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. 277092 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic It would be hard to improve on this high condition US Colt that was made for the Army in 1918. It has all the correct era parts such as the u-notch bevel edge rear sight, long smooth trigger, wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop, safety with smooth mainspring housing with loop. Has a near mint set of diamond checkered walnut grips. JMG inspector stamp on left side of frame for John Gilbert along with US Property markings on slide and frame. The barrel has the proper exposed HP stamp perpendicular to barrel. CONDITION: There is a ghost hint of silver at muzzle, a couple of age spots seen under the finish with bright light but appears almost un-fired or issue and remains a solid 99%. About as good as you will ever find. Even the bore is near mint. 3,500 - 4,500

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1115 - (M) FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT GOVERNMENT MKIV SERIES 70 .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH DOCUMENTATION. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Mark IV Series 70 Serial No. 35545B70 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Factory display cased Colt Colt Government Model shipped 1984. Style “D” engraved with blue finish, Colt Custom Shop walnut grips with ivory inset and medallions. Shipped to Sloan’s Sporting Goods Company, Ridgefield, Connecticut, January 19 , 1984. Cased in Colt velvet lined display box. Factory marked under left grips “COLT ENGR”. CONDITION: As shipped from factory and possibly unfired. No wear is evident on finish. Grips are equally fine as are mechanic. Display box is slightly edge worn at corners and velvet is stained from pistol residing in box. Style “D” is the least common pattern to be found and is the most extensive amount of embellishment offered from Colt’s factory Custom shop. Accompanied by a copy of the 2015 dated factory letter. 4,000 - 6,000 1116 - (M) CASED AND FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1911A1 SERIES 70 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1977). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Serial No. 22637G70 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This Colt Custom Gun Shop offering features nearly full coverage “D” scroll engraving, Colt blue finish, and gold medallion ivory grips with American eagle carved on both panels. All other features on this Series 70 are standard. CONDITION: Appears unfired, as new condition. Near mint bore. Fine action. Comes in the leatherette Colt display case with “Colt Patent Repeating Pistol” interior label. Has the Colt family crest “VINCIT QUI PATITUR” (“He conquers who endures”). 3,000 - 4,000 1117 - (C) AS NEW COLT 1902 SPORTING MODEL SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1903). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1902 Serial No. 5315 Caliber/Bore: .38 ACP Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a first year production Colt Sporting Model 1902 in .38 ACP caliber. Less than 7000 of these pistols were manufactured between 1903-1908. Commonly referred to as the “Colt Long Slide” models. CONDITION: This example has been masterfully restored to brand new condition. 100% Colt type Royal blue finish with razor sharp legends, fire blue small parts and screws with custom smooth walnut oil finished grips. Even the correct magazine is restored. Strong bore with some light frosting. This gun looks like you walked into a gun shop in 1903 and purchased it new. 2,500 - 3,500 1118 - (C) US 1911A1 .45 AUTOMATIC BY REMINGTON RAND, SERIAL 1007556. Manufacturer: Remington Model: Rand Serial No. 1007556 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Of standard configuration throughout with excellent bore and nearly 100% of its original parkerized military finish, with phenomenal markings. CONDITION: Bore is excellent. Gun is near mint, showing very little wear. Almost imperceptible scratch through J on inspector’s mark on right side of frame. All it needs is a military cardboard box to make it perfect. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 3,000

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1119 - (C) EARLY WAR TIME PRODUCTION HIGH POLISH SLOTTED RADOM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Serial No. A9020 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Early wartime Eagle WaA77 inspected slotted Polish Radom with single line F.B. Radom slide legend on left side. Black plastic checkered grips with FB marking. Complete with white stitch brown leather holster marked “bnz 1943” and “P35(p)” on interior of flap. CONDITION: Very good with over 90% of the bright high polish blue remaining. Crisp clear markings. Matching numbers found on frame, slide, and barrel. Grips are very good with high point wear with no crack or undo distress. These early slotted Radoms are very uncommon in a nonrefurbished state and this all matching example is far above average. The spare magazine and holster are very excellent with solid stitching and supple leather. 2,000 - 4,000

1120 - (C) MASTER ENGRAVED COLT 1908 SEMI AUTOMATIC .380 PISTOL (1937). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1903 Serial No. 125346 Caliber/Bore: .380 Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1937. This beautiful pistol has been master engraved in a typical 19th century Colt scroll pattern with almost complete coverage with the Colt pony in gold on left side of slide. The gun was finished in a Colt royal blue and finally fitted with a pair of Colt silver medallion ivory grips. CONDITION: Rifling is sharp. The workmanship is definitely Colt quality as is the finish. A stunning pocket .380. 2,000 - 3,500

1121 - (C) LOT OF TWO: LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Erfurt (B) Mauser Model: (A) Artillery (B) P08 Serial No. (A) 8958 (B) 8811 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Features include round barrel with dovetailed fine tune front sight and tangent rear sight. Eight round detachable box magazine. Semi-automatic toggle action and wood two piece grip panels. CONDITION: Gun is mismatched and refinished. The cannon assembly has been nickel plated and the frame has been re-blued. Stock lug has been ground off. Has a good bore and aftermarket wood grip panels. (B) Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front and V notch rear sights. Eight round detachable box magazine. Semi-automatic toggle action and wood two piece grip panels. CONDITION: Gun is mismatched and refinished. Fair bore and aftermarket grip panels. 2,000 - 3,000

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1122 - (M) LOT OF 10: COLLECTION OF HARRY SANFORD AMT LIGHTNING PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) AMT Model: (ALL) Lightning Serial No. See Description Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 LR Barrel Length: Varies. See description. FFL Status: Modern Harry Sanford was the original founder and owner of the Arcadia Machine & Tool company, who famously produced the AMT AutoMag and the AMT Lightnings. Lightnings became increasingly popular for the developing sport of Silhouette shooting, which Sanford was a strong proponent of, serving as a match organizer. He arranged for a set of ten receivers and three trigger groups that he experimented with to determine which models would need to be produced based on sights, barrel length, chamber depth, etc.. This is nine of those guns, with the tenth gun being a replacement. Pistols without scopes have adjustable rears, all pistols have fixed front sights. They are as follows: (A) G-G-21024, complete pistol, Lightning logo receiver markings, with a Bausch and Lomb 4x28 sight in AMT rings on a grooved receiver and 16 - 1/2” tapered barrel. Believed to be the only 16 - 1/2” tapered barrel made. (B) G-00416, receiver only, Lightning logo receiver markings, 10 - 1/2” tapered barrel, with Leupold M-8 4x extended eye relief scope. (C) G-003223, complete pistol, 10 - 1/2” bull barrel, receiver with Arcadia Machine & Tool Markings, mounted with a Bushnell Centurion in Weaver 1” rings on grooved receiver. Magazine heel release has a hole cut in it, now filled with a plastic screw. (D) G-00697, receiver only, Arcadia Machine and Tool markings on receiver, grooved receiver. (E) G-08697, receiver only, AMT Lightning receiver markings, 8 - 1/2” bull barrel. (F) G-001197, 6 - 3/8” bull barrel, Arcadia Machine and Tool receiver markings. (G) G-002049, 6 - 3/8” tapered barrel, Arcadia Machine & Tool receiver markings. (H) G-19300, receiver only, AMT Lightning receiver markings, 6 - 3/8” bull barrel with Simmons 2x Scope in weaver rings on grooved receiver. (I) G-09766, complete pistol, 5” bull barrel, AMT Lightning receiver markings. This is the replaced gun, which replaced G-13423 in an identical configuration. (J) G-23578, receiver only, 5” bull barrel, AMT Lightning receiver markings. Pistols are housed in a pair of luggage cases with protective foam and come with additional magazines. Included is an assortment of paperwork, including AMT ads, a pair of manuals, and letters regarding the pistol. Additionally, there are hangtags that have pricing information on the front and a rear note of selling a pistol for $1400 and that a letter would be provided, presumably the missing pistol. This is a rare opportunity to own a set of developmental pistols put together and thoroughly tested by the owner of a company. CONDITION: Fine, with marks from operation, handling, and barrel switches, retaining the majority of finish. Complete pistols operate correctly. Fine bores. Glass is clear. 2,000 - 3,000 1123 - (C) CASED & FACTORY ENGRAVED WALTHER P-38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 351002 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Para Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in Germany and imported by Interarms. Comes with oak display case along with original matching cardboard box with matching number on test target. Comes with original instructions as well. The gun has typical German oak leaf engraving, full nickel plated with checkered white faux ivory grips and one engraved and plated magazine. Also comes with period box of ammo. CONDITION: Aside from a handling mark, gun is in near new condition inside and out. A stunning German engraved Walther. 1,500 - 2,000

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1124 - (C) MAUSER S/42 LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1939). Manufacturer: Lugar Model: P08 Serial No. 2009n Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features 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 “S/42” and “1939” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun, except the magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 98% of the original applied blue finish. Checkered wood grips with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Magazine is a blue tin magazine with aluminum bottom numbered 3834u. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a minty “KIMNACH u BRUNN KAISERSSLAUTERN” 1939 dated holster. Stitching is bright and leather shows a few scuffs. A really minty World War II Luger and holster. 1,500 - 2,000 1125 - (C) MAUSER G DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.08 Serial No. 5818d Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features 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 “S/42” and “G” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun, except the magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 65% of the original applied blue finish and 20% of the original straw on the small parts. Unnumbered checkered wood showing some wear and no chips or cracks. Magazine is a blue FXO magazine with black plastic bottom. fair bore with frosting. Comes in nice a gtg 1944 dated holster with spare magazine and “(eagle) 655” loading tool. 1,500 - 2,000 1126 - (C) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE MAUSER MODEL 1934 KRIEGSMARINE MARKED PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 1934 Serial No. 561021 Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a 2nd Variation with the “(eagle) / M” on the right side of the frame. Ost fleet marked on the front strap; “O.4031”. Wood grips. Proper magazine is marked “N4207”. CONDITION: Retains 95% finish overall with wear on the high points. All markings are clear. Wood grips show handling marks and wear. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1127 - (M) COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL MARK IV SERIES 70 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Government Model MK IV Series 70 Serial No. 70S49353 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Steyr Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This is a near mint Series 70 that is stamped for the 9mm Steyr cartridge. Blue finish with gold medallion checkered walnut grips. It comes in the original box labeled to the gun with booklets and hang tag. CONDITION: Presents as new as when it was sold in 1982, with only the most minute marks from handling and storage. Appears to be unfired. As good as it gets. 1,500 - 2,000

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1128 - (M) DAKOTA TACTICAL D54R MP5 STYLE CLONE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Dakota Tactical Model: D54R Serial No. 37-00105 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Roller lock action with integrater top rail welded to receiver, diopter sights, Dakota Tactical modular handguard system, Navy style semi-auto trigger group, and backplate with sling swivel. Comes in a carrying case with five additional 30 round magazines, three marked with H&K date codes, one marked Made in Germany, one marked “MKE”, one unmarked, and a Blue Force Gear sling. Dakota Arms markets their products as sear and suppressor ready. CONDITION: Very fine with only the lightest of handling marks. Functions correctly with a fine bore. 1,500 - 2,500 1129 - (C) DWM 1918 DATED LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P-08 Serial No. 2488b 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 “DWM” in script. This is an all matching numbers gun, even the magazine is the original numbered magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 90% of the original factory applied blue finish with high edge wear. Strawed small parts with 20% finish. Wood checkered grips that are numbered to the gun. Good bore with sharp lands and grooves. A nice original Luger with matching magazine. 1,500 - 2,000 1130 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO COP SS-1 .357 MAGNUM FOUR SHOT DERRINGERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Cop Inc Model: (BOTH) SS-1 Serial No. (A) 004668 (B) 017752 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special/.357 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Four barrels, top break action, stainless finish. Checkered wood grips. Notch rear, blade front. Comes with COP outer sleeve with associated paperwork, blue flip top case. CONDITION: Fine, retaining majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Right grip screw buggered. Operates correctly with a good bore. Sleeve is fair, with high edge wear, creases, and peeling corners but complete. Case is good, with some corner damage and some flaking of liner. (B) Four barrels, top break action, stainless finish. Checkered wood grips. Notch rear, blade front sight. CONDITION: Fine, retaining majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a good bore. 1,500 - 2,000 1131 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO DAN WESSON VALOR V-BOB .45 ACP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Dan Wesson Model: (BOTH) Valor V-Bob Serial No. (A) V2217CZ (B) 1302058 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Dan Wesson Valor V-Bob, Trijicon tritium “straight 8” sights, skeletonized hammer, left side only controls, solid curved trigger with overtravel adjustment, bobtail cut with checkered mainspring housing, checkered front strap. Faux ivory grips. Black finish. Comes with one Checkmate magazine, Dan Wesson case with VZ G10 black grips. CONDITION: Gun is in very fine condition, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Valor V-Bob, Trijicon tritium “straight 8” sights, skeletonized hammer, left side only controls, solid curved trigger with overtravel adjustment, bobtail cut with checkered mainspring housing, checkered front strap. Matte finish, faux ivory grips. Comes with one Ed Brown magazine and a Dan Wesson case with associated accessories. CONDITION: Gun is in very fine condition, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Operates correctly with fine bore. 1,500 - 2,500

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1132 - (C) GERMAN UNIQUE KRIEGSMODELL 7.65 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER Manufacturer: Unique Model: Kriegsmodell Serial No. 67940 Caliber/Bore: 7.65 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Rare and desirable French Unique pistol made under German occupation. Identified as the “UNIQUE KREIGSMODELL”. This is a German improved design of the Unique Model 17. Caliber 7.65 with two line Unique legend on left side of slide. Inspected on right frame Eagle WaAD20 and serial numbered 67940. Black plastic ribbed grips marked 7.65 and 9 SCHUSS. According to Jan Still approx, 18,000 total were produced. CONDITION: Very fine with over 90% blue finish remaining with losses at straps and edges. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Grips are very fine. Assembly numbers are matching through out. Accompanied by black leather flap holster with WaAD20 waffenamp inspection and spare magazine. Holster is very good as well with solid stitching. 1,200 - 2,200 1133 - (C) LOT OF TWO: DWM LUGER AND WALTHER PPK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) DWM (B) Walther Model: (A) P08 (B) PPK Serial No. (A) 7434 (B) 856386 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 Luger (B) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 6 “ (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) 1915 dated DWM military luger with an aftermarket six inch barrel. Aftermarket plastic grips with scrimshaw on them. World War Two magazine. CONDITION: Fair bore. Gun retains 99% of the aftermarket blue finish. (B) Crown N proofed Walther PPK that has been engraved with a scroll and punch dot motif. Gun has 90% coverage, and new wrap around wood checkered grips. CONDITION: Gun retains 90% aftermarket blue finish. 1,250 - 1,750 1134 - (M) LOT OF FIVE: FOUR POLICE GLOCK 42 AND STOEGER COUGAR 8040F SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A-D) Glock (E) Stoeger Model: (A-D) 42 (E) Cougar 8040F Serial No. (A) AAPZ448 (B) AAPX733 (C) AAPF789 (D) AASU593 (E) T6429-10D002019 Caliber/Bore: (A-D) .380 Auto (E) .40 Barrel Length: (A-D) 3 - 1/4” (E) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A-D) Four Glock 42s. Includes factory case, 2 magazines, Sealed test fire round, and accessories. CONDITION: Excellent, likely only test fired. Mechanics are crisp. (E) Stoeger Cougar 8040 semi-automatic pistol in .40 S&W. This gun features a non-glare Brunton silver finish, three dot sights. This is a copy of the Beretta Cougar 8000. Includes factory case and accessories, and two magazines. CONDITION: Good. Show evidence of use and chamber and bore could use a cleaning. Mechanics are crisp. JTH 1,200 - 2,000

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1135 - (C) LOT OF THREE: RUGER .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, INCLUDING TWO PRE-1952 MODELS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Ruger Model: (A) MK2 (B) .22 Auto (C) .22 Auto Serial No. (A) NRA12037 (B) 4239 (C) 20437 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/4” (B) 4 - 3/4” (C) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Ruger NRA 2002 WM. Ruger commemorative .22 MKII pistol that features the old style rear fixed sight, checkered white composite grips with red eagle medallion. Pistol is engraved with special inscription and legends. CONDITION: As new in box. Comes with original NRA marked plastic case and paperwork. (B) and (C) are early standard models with the red eagle grips. Gun B is serial number 4239 and made in second year of production in 1950 while gun C is serial number 20437 that was made in 1951. Both feature a fixed rear sight, blue finish, black plastic grips that have the red medallion on left grip panel made prior to Sturm’s death. CONDITION: Both retain approximately 97% of the original high polish factory blue finish with a few rubs and handling marks. Both have fine bores and actions and are collector quality. Each pistol has a magazine with an extra in plastic case. 1,200 - 1,500 1136 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS MADE IN 1919 TYPE M & TYPE N. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1903 (B) 1908 Serial No. (A) 327239 (B) 201430 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Standard post-World War I Model 1903 in .32 caliber features last style silver medallion checkered walnut grips, blue finish, grooved magazine release with tempered crimped base magazine that is stamped with caliber. CONDITION: Overall shows high edge wear and some age freckles with still retains at least 85% of its original factory blue finish. Grips are excellent and sharp. Bore and action are fine. (B) This Model N is a desirable factory nickel plated .25 caliber gun with Type 2 Colt rubber grips. The magazine is blue, no temper line and is stamped with caliber. CONDITION: Fine all original factory nickel with at least 98% still present with usual minor handling marks. Bore is fine. 1,200 - 1,600 1137 - (C) HIGH POLISH GERMAN INSPECTED SLOTTED POLISH P-35 RADOM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: F.B Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. 9109 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Slotted for shoulder stock and finished in high polish blue. Triple latch configuration with black checkered plastic grips with VIS in center. Eagle WaA77 inspected on slide and frame. Single line F.B. Radom legend on left side of slide. Housed in brown leather P-35 marked flap holster with spare magazine. CONDITION: Good with over 70% bright blue finish remaining, losses are at muzzle, ejection port, edges, and straps. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Matching number observed at frame, slide, and barrel. Holster is very good with solid stitches and supple leather. 1,000 - 2,000

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1138 - (C) GERMAN OCCUPATION MANUFACTURED P-35 RADOM PISTOL. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. J3725 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic WaA77 inspected triple latch pattern F.B. Radom P-35 Radom pistol with checkered black plastic grips with FB marking in center. German inspection on both slide and frame. Single line F.B. Radom P-35 legend on left side of slide. Matching numbers observed on slide, frame and barrel. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% arsenal applied blue finish remaining. Excellent bright bore with properly functioning mechanics. Grips are very fine with no cracks or chips. 1,000 - 1,500 1139 - (C) SLOTTED P-35 POLISH RADOM WITH GERMAN INSPECTIONS. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. 2251 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic WaA77 inspected triple latch Polish Radom with slotted butt for shoulder stock, polished blue finish with black checkered plastic grips with VIS marking in center. Single line legend on left side of slide with P-35 designation and German inspections. Matching numbers observed on frame, slide, and barrel. CONDITION: Very fine original finish with over 80% remaining with losses at muzzle, straps and thinning on sides from holster carry. Grips are excellent with slight high point wear and no cracks or chips. Bore is good with moderate wear and light frosting in grooves. Mechanics are good. 1,000 - 1,500 1140 - (M) BOXED COLT GOLD CUP MODEL 1911 NATIONAL MATCH PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Gold Cup National Match Serial No. FN16450 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Standard Series 80 .45 caliber Gold Cup National Match Model 1911 with factory blue finish, Elliason rear target sight, light-weight adjustable trigger, flat top slide and gold medallion checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Near new inside and out in original box with paperwork and wrench. 1,000 - 1,500 1141 - (C) COLT MODEL 1903 EXPOSED HAMMER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1908). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1903 Hammer Serial No. 22416 Caliber/Bore: .38 ACP Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Introduced in 1903 and manufactured until the great market crash of 1929. It was based on the hammer exposed semi-automatic 1900 design with a shorter frame and barrel and called the Pocket Model. It features a high polish blue finish with round case color hammer , round butt, fixed sights and Colt logo black hard rubber grips. The magazine is stamped PKT. COLT 38 CAL. CONDITION: A well cared for 75% gun overall. The straps are a blue brown homogeneous patina, high edge wear on slide with some wear at muzzle. Remaining blue is brilliant. The grips are excellent. Excellent bore and action. 1,000 - 1,500

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1142 - (C) NICELY CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT WOODSMAN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Woodsman Serial No. 119664 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1937, now with full blued finish. Master custom engraved in about “C” factory level with scroll on barrel, frame, slide, and trigger guard. No engraver signature noted. Two piece ivory grips. Housed in a beautiful French fitted wood case with green velvet interior. CONDITION: Extremely as custom engraved and finished. Retains nearly all custom blued finish with only very minute handling marks. Grips are crisp. Case is excellent with minor scuffs. 1,000 - 1,500 1143 - (C) LOT OF TWO: WALTHER PPK AND BERETTA 950BS SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Walther (B) Beretta Model: (A) PPK (B) 950BS Serial No. (A) 1269PPK (B) BER31607T Caliber/Bore: (A) .380 (B) .22 Short Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Factory engraved with gold Walther PPK, blue finish with scroll engraving, walnut stocks, left side states 75th anniversary. CONDITION: Near new with handling mark. (B) Beretta 950. .22 short with stainless slide, custom wood stocks, and screw off flash suppressor. CONDITION: Near new with handling mark. 1,000 - 1,200 1144 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE INTRATEC SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, TWO DC-9M AND ONE TEC-22. Manufacturer: (ALL) Intratec Model: (A&B) DC-9 (C) TEC-22 Serial No. (A) D043187 (B) D064648 (C) 053497 Caliber/Bore: (A&B) 9mm (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A&B) 3” (C) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard DC-9M with threaded barrel, fixed sights, sling attachment at rear. Black finish. CONDITION: Good used condition with some marks from handling and operation. Comes in Intratec carrying case with three extra magazines and box for shroud extension. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes with 7 extra magazines. (B) DC-9M with threaded barrel, fixed sights, sling attachment at rear. Matte steel finish. Comes in Intratec carrying case with three magazines, a small four port compensator, and box for shroud extension. CONDITION: Good used condition with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly, bore has some pitting. (C) Intratec Tec-22 with threaded barrel, plastic frame, ambidextrous safeties, and adjustable sights. CONDITION: Very good used condition, some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a good bore. Comes with 24 extra magazines. 1,000 - 1,500

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1145 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER PP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PP Serial No. 231142P Caliber/Bore: 7.65x17mm Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include post front and dovetailed rear sights, blowback double action semi-automatic, detachable box magazine, two piece plastic grip panels. Eagle N proofs on right side of barrel and slide. WaA359 Waffenampt on left side on slide and frame. Black finger tab magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains 88% of the original factory applied blue finish with just a bit of holster and high edge wear. Grips are minty with no chips or cracks. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. A good honest gun. 800 - 1,200

1146 - (C) TWO PRE-WAR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS FROM FEMARU AND ORTGIES WITH HOLSTERS. Manufacturer: (A) FEG (B) Ortgies Model: (A) Femaru M37 (B) Pocket 7.65mm Serial No. (A) 69424 (B) 47362 Caliber/Bore: (A) .380 (B) 7.65mm Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 7/8” (B) 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Femaru Model 37 - This pistol was made before the German occupation as there are no German military markings. It wears a commercial quality blue finish with grooved hard-wood stocks. It comes with one magazine and period holster that was not made for this gun. CONDITION: Shows only average holster wear retaining approximately 85-90% original blue with a fine bore and action. (B) ORTGIES SEMI-AUTOMATIC. No German military markings. It is a hammerless semi-automatic pistol produced in Germany in the years immediately after World War I, first by its inventor Heinrich Ortgies and then by Deutsche Werke. It features a dull blue factory finish with monogrammed wood grips and comes with one magazine and a period holster. CONDITION: Over-all approximately 85% dull blue with some age freckling. Left wood grip panel has a name carved by hand, “Lt. Veltheim” Fine bore and action. 850 - 1,250

1147 - (M) HECKLER AND KOCH P9S SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch Model: P9S Serial No. 404384 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Standard P9S with fixed white front sight, adjustable blacked out rear. Made in Germany, and import marked on right side of slide for HK Inc. Spurred trigger guard. Phosphate finish. CONDITION: Fine retaining the vast majority of factory finish with a few marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 800 - 1,250

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1148 - (C) INGLIS BROWNING HI-POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Inglis Model: Hi-Power Serial No. 3CH6778 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include dovetailed post front sight and tangent rear 50 - 500 meter sight. Blow back semi-automatic single action with exposed hammer. Black plastic grip panels and a detachable double stack box magazine. Rear grip strap is cut for a shoulder stock. CONDITION: Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun retains 95% of the arsenal re-applied black finish. No chips or cracks on the grip panels. Made for use in the Canadian military. 800 - 1,200 1149 - (M) LOT OF 2: TWO KAHR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Kahr Model: (A) CM9 (B) P380 Serial No. (A) IR1837 (B) RA4377 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Luger (B) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Boxed CM9 with stainless slide and polymer frame. CONDITION: As new in box with three magazines. (B) Cased P380 with stainless slide and polymer frame. CONDITION: As new in box with one magazine. 800 - 1,200 1150 - (A+C+M) LOT OF 4: ASSORTED HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Stevens (C) Iver Johnson (D) Butler Model: (A) 1860 (B) Model 35 (C) Tip-up (D) Deringer Serial No. (A) US1528 (B) 44214 (C) 36411 (D) B11130 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .22 Rimfire (C) .22 Rimfire (D) .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 8” (C) 4” (D) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Reproduction real Colt Model 1860 United States Commemorative Cavalry US revolver. Standard blue and case color with brass trigger guard. “US” stamp on frame, cartouche on both grips. CONDITION: Mirror bore and perfect action. Near new inside and out with couple of minor handling marks. (B) Stevens single shot .22 rimfire offhand target, tip-up, complete sights, working extractor, and walnut grips. CONDITION: Blue turning plumb color. Nice bore, should be good shooter. (C) Iver Johnson tip-up seven shot .22 rimfire double action revolver with monogram rubber grips. CONDITION: 85-90% original finish. Grips are very good but wrong type replacement top screw. Working with clean bore. (D) Colt Modern single shot derringer. Factory nickel with faux pearl grips. CONDITION: Near mint condition. 600 - 1,000 1151 - (M) LOT OF THREE: POCKET PISTOLS AND REVOLVER. Manufacturer: (A) American Derringer (B) North American Arms (C) L.W. Seecamp Model: (A) M1 (B) Mini Revolver (C) P32 Serial No. (A) 100066 (B) Z03699 (C) 039580 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 Colt (B) .22 Mag (C) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 1 - 1/8” (C) 2 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) American Derringer Model M-1, .45 Colt & 410 Shotshell. Stainless steel with two piece wood grips and hammer block safety. With box and paperwork. CONDITION: As new with slight handling marks. (B) North American Arms Mini-Revolver. .22 Magnum. Stainless steel with wood grips. Comes with box, factory holster and paperwork. CONDITION: Used like new. With numbers marking box. (C) L.W. Seecamp pocket pistol Model LWS, .32 ACP with spare magazine and box with paperwork. CONDITION: As factory new with slight shop wear but no actual use. Box, paperwork, and spare magazine are equally fine. 800 - 1,200

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1152 - (M) LOT OF THREE: HENRY ARMS MARE’S LEG AND .44 MAGNUM “BIG BOY” LEVER ACTION RIFLES, TOGETHER WITH A CUT DOWN STEVENS 620 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN.. Manufacturer: (A&B) HENRY ARMS (C) Stevens Model: (A) H006CML (B) H006 (C) 620 Serial No. (A) BBML02397C (B) BB0045297 (C) 24257 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 Long Colt (B) .44 Magnum (C) 12 Gauge Barrel Length: (A) 13” (B) 19 3/4” (C) 19” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Mare’s Leg in .45 Colt, extra large loop, brass furniture and walnut stocks. Buckhorn rear sight with white diamond. Comes in Henry white cardboard box correctly numbered to gun. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Henry “Big Boy” with brass furniture and walnut stocks. Buckhorn rear sight with white diamond. Comes with Henry white cardboard box correctly numbered to gun. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Box has small rectangular area where a tag was removed. (C) Stevens 620 cut down to a 19” barrel. Stevens takedown, buttstock cut down to just a pistol grip and capped with white plastic. Full choke. Gun has been entirely refinished with fire blue screws, carrier case hardened, and restamped legends over old legends and revarnished wood. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished with some marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a good bore. Comes in a green canvas carrying case. 800 - 1,200 1153 - (A) IMPRESSIVE BRITISH PROOF SILVER PLATED SHARPS FOUR BARREL DERINGER. Manufacturer: Tipping Lawden Sharps Model: Derringer Serial No. 5189 Caliber/Bore: .30 RF Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique Features include a cluster of four barrels with a spur trigger brass frame. Two piece floral pattern gutta purcha grip panels. Exposed hammer with a rotating firing pin mechanism. CONDITION: Barrels retains 98% of its original Royal blue factory finish and have British proofs in the gullets. Silver plated brass frame with just a few slight handling marks. Grips show light wear with one small chip on right edge. Mechanically this gun functions correctly. The rotator in the checkered hammer rotates like it is supposed to when cocked. Bright and shiny bores showing some use. These guns were fancied by gamblers and call girls in the old west. A great addition to any collection. 2,500 - 3,500 1154 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 645 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (BOTH) 645 Serial No. (A) TBN2490 (B) TBT3373 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith & Wesson Model 645 semi-automatic. Features single stack magazine, double action, stainless steel, red ramp front sight, target rear sight, and black plastic grips. No box and only one magazine. CONDITION: Has some handling marks but is still near new. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 645 semiautomatic. Features single stack magazine, double action, stainless steel, red ramp front sight, target rear sight, and black plastic grips. Comes in its original box with two magazines, a set of rubber grips and some paperwork. CONDITION: Near new with just some light handling wear. The Model 645 is considered the 2nd Generation .45 Model introduced in 1985. It was discontinued in 1988 having been manufactured for only four years. 800 - 1,200

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1155 - FACTORY CZ 75B 9MM CUT AWAY PISTOL. Manufacturer: CZ Model: 75B Serial No. Sep-73 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2”

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Factory cutaway demonstrating the inner workings of a CZ-75B. Standard 75B with ring hammer, three dot white combat sights. Cuts demonstrate inner workings of pistol including barrel locking, firing pin, sear actuation, mainspring, trigger bow, firing pin, and magazine well. Cuts have had a red paint added to indicate where cuts were made. Comes in a factory box with slipcover that denotes the pistol as a cutaway and a factory made dummy cartridge. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish and red paint. Operates correctly. 200 - 300 1156 - DWM LUGER CUTAWAY. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P.08 Serial No. 97a Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Features 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 been manufactured into a cutaway gun showing all the internal parts and how they would work. Whomever did the machining on this was a master machinist. CONDITION: The gun has been professionally restored after the machining and retains 90% of the non-original rust blue finish and straw small parts. Checkering on grips is sharp. Comes with a nice wood and aluminum custom made stand. Would make a great display piece to go with your Luger collection. 2,500 - 3,500 1157 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 1076 (B) 622 Serial No. (A) TFE2137 (B) TCW7626 Caliber/Bore: (A) 10mm (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Smith & Wesson semi-automatic Model 1076 pistol with stainless steel, wrap around checkered grips, and three magazine clips. CONDITION: Near new in correct Smith & Wesson box numbered to gun with all paperwork; slight box wear on top of slide. (B) Smith & Wesson semi-automatic Model 622 target pistol with aluminum frame, steel slide, two piece checkered walnut grips, adjustable sights, and three magazine clips. CONDITION: Near new in correct Smith & Wesson box numbered to gun with all paperwork. 800 - 1,200

1158 - (C) HIGH CONDITION STEVENS IDEAL 44-1/2 SINGLE SHOT .22 RF RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Ideal 44 - 1/2 Serial No. 12928 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features half octagon blued barrel, case color frame, walnut stock, and rifle butt. Has Rocky Mountain front sight and sporting rear. CONDITION: All metal retains 98% original factory finish with bright colors, even buttplate has 60% fading original color. Wood is fine. Strong clean bore and fine action. Just a beauty in a shootable caliber and the desirable 44-1/2 frame. 1,200 - 1,800

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1159 - (C+A) LOT OF TWO: TWO REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Remington Model: (A) 1871 (B) 1871 Serial No. (A) 1123 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) 7mm (B) .50-70 Barrel Length: (A) 20 - 1/2” (B) 35” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 1871 rolling block carbine with 1901 patent date. Gun was made for export to South America and crest of nation is on stock. Gun has blued barrel with case hardened receiver. Saddle ring stud and carbine style walnut stock with sling swivels. Comes with leather sling. CONDITION: Overall good with 60% barrel blue. Action wore to silvery patina. Wood has visible cartouche(illegible) with added finish. Mechanically sound with a shootable bore. (B) Remington Model 1871 marked with “SNY” cartouche for State of New York. Gun was ordered in the early 1880’s for the New York Militia. Gun is a three banded single shot musket with full military stock and acceptance marks. Comes with reproduction leather sling. CONDITION: Overall good with metal parts cleaned to a silvery patina. Wood has been cleaned with visible cartouches. Shootable bore with good mechanics. 1,500 - 2,000

1160 - (C) STEVENS IDEAL 44 SINGLE SHOT .32 LONG RIFLE WITH STEVENS SCOPE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Falling Block Serial No. 75845 Caliber/Bore: .32 Long RF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The Ideal rifle was made from 1896-1933 using the 44 action. This example features a 26” round barrel and is chambered for the .32 Long Rimfire cartridge. The scope is a Stevens No. 161 that measures 30”. The barrel rifle sight slots have been used for the mounts. The walnut stock has the standard rifle butt. CONDITION: The barrel retains at least 90% original factory blue while the frame colors retain about 30% with balance patterned out. Stocks are excellent. Fine bore. Sharp optics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,000

1161 - (M) SHARPS 1878 TYPE CUSTOM SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: Borchardt Custom Serial No. 9 Caliber/Bore: .243 Winchester Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Modern This rifle features a custom 1878 type hammerless falling block action stamped “LRH 9/71” which is the handiwork of master gunsmith Lloyd Harriman of Ohio. It sports a heavy round barrel. The barrel was never cut for any iron sights. The walnut forend is wide and affords a perfect gripping surface area. The buttstock has a pistol grips and straight comb with rubber pad and there is no checkering. A fine Redfield 24X target scope has been added. CONDITION: Solid 98% with usual minor handling marks. Bore is near mint. This is a great heavy barrel bench rifle. 1,000 - 1,500

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1162 - (M) LOT OF FIVE .22 CALIBER RIFLES FROM STEVENS, WINCHESTER, AND REMINGTON. Manufacturer: (A) Stevens (B) Winchester (C) Remington (D) Winchester (E) Remington Model: (A) Favorite 1915 (B) 62A (C) 33 (D) 69A (E) 510 Serial No. (A) 032 (B) 328381 (C) 131164 (D) NSN (E) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .22 (C) .22 (D) .22 (E) Remington Barrel Length: (A) 23” (B) 23” (C) 23 - 1/2” (D) 24 - 1/2” (E) 24 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern (A) Stevens Favorite-single shot, round barrel with walnut stocks. CONDITION: Not much original metal finish. Stock re-done. (B) Leather wrapped stock Winchester Model 62 slide action rifle. Made in 1955. Stock professionally leather sewn cover in English style. CONDITION: Barrel is basically a blue/gray patina. Frame retains about 70% original high polish blue finish. Sling swivels added. Fine bore and action. Interesting gun. (C) Remington Pre-War Model 33 single shot .22 bolt rifle. CONDITION: 90% fine blue/patina on metal with sharp legends. Wood is very good with some finish loss. Bore is excellent. (D) Winchester Model 69A magazine fed bolt action .22 rifle. CONDITION: A clean solid 90% finish gun with nice stock and sharp bore. (E) Remington Model 610 single shot bolt action .22 with walnut stock. CONDITION: Another nice 90% blue gun with nice clean bore. 1,000 - 1,500

1163 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO PRE-WAR STEVENS .22 BOYS RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (A) Crackshot (B) Slide Serial No. (A) Z986 (B) J363 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 Short (B) .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Collector grade Stevens .22 Short “Crack-shot” single shot boys rifle. Features a 20” round barrel, dovetail front sight with single leaf rear, takedown, lanyard ring, case colored frame, walnut stocks and plastic buttplate. CONDITION: Fantastic. Everything including blue, case colors and wood are 95% or better. Fine rifling bore and action. (B) Stevens Visible Loader. All .22 cartridges, 22” round barrel, tube magazine, sporting sights, grooved walnut forend and walnut stock with metal buttplate. CONDITION: Barrel and tube are a smooth gray/blue, frame is soft brown patina, stocks are excellent, usual handling marks and impressions with light finish loss. Very good rifling and fine action. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 800 - 1,200

1164 - (A) CUSTOM WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW-WALL .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1885 Serial No. 53466 Caliber/Bore: .22 Hornet Barrel Length: 22 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique An original Winchester Low-Wall action was the basis of this custom built rifle. The action was built in 1892. A custom made round barrel with ramp front sight with no blade was installed. It was then stocked with straight grain walnut English style with beaver tail forearm and hand checkered with a steel buttplate applied. There is a scope mount that utilizes the rear sight cut. Also comes with set trigger. CONDITION: Metal retains majority of the custom reapplied blue finish. Oil finished stock is excellent with usual minor handling marks. Near mint bore and fine action. 600 - 1,200

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1165 - (C) LOT OF 2: H&R SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) H&R Model: (A) 155 (B) Topper Serial No. (A) AM315698 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-70 (B) .45-70 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 34” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) H&R Shikari model rifle with 24 inch barrel, Chambered for .45-70 with blade front sight and folding leaf rear sight. Walnut stocks with brass and wood wiping rod. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and crisp mechanics. Wood stocks show light use but are very fine. (B) Custom H&R single shot rifle with 34” octagon barrel of #3 weight. No markings are visible on barrel with exception of caliber marking “45-70”. Cyanide case colors on receiver with two piece pistol grip walnut stocks. Fitted with folding long range tang sight to rear of hammer. CONDITION: Good as custom finished with excellent bore an properly functioning mechanics, A minor chip is evident to rear of forearm attaching screw. 500 - 800

1166 - (C) STEVENS SWING OUT SINGLE SHOT BOYS RIFLE Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Swing Break Serial No. 3719 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Unusual rifle that swings open to allow loading a single .22 cartridge. The frame is factory nickel plated, the barrel blued, with walnut buttstock only with steel buttplate. A seldom seen Stevens. CONDITION: Barrel blue is now a soft patina. Frame retains 90% original nickel but is bubbling. Fine stock. Hammer needs some work as it will not stay cocked. Bore is good. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 200 - 400

1167 - (C) MUKDEN MAUSER ACTION 7X57MM BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mukden Model: Mauser 98 Serial No. 116623 Caliber/Bore: 7x57mm Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chambers Pachmayr recoil pad and oil finish English walnut stock. CONDITION: Near new with most all original blue. Excellent bore. 1,500 - 2,500

1168 - (C) STEYR FULL STOCK MANNLICHER BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: 1956 Custom Serial No. 24936 Caliber/Bore: .308 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This exquisite Austrian bolt action rifle features the distinctive full-length hand checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock with white line spacers and black composite grip cap and buttplate. Other features include hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight removed, double set triggers, butterknife bolt handle, and European style sling swivels. All metal is finished in factory high polish blue. This rifle is topped with a Balvar 8 scope with adjustments on the mount. CONDITION: There is some light high edge wear on the metal, but still retains approximately 98% of the original factory high polish blue finish. The walnut stocks are excellent, with sharp checkering and minor handling marks and impressions. Action is fine and the rifling is sharp. The optics are clear. This is a lovely little post-War Mannlicher sporting rifle. 1,500 - 2,000 58

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1169 - (M) DAKOTA ARMS MODEL 76 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH ZEISS SCOPE. Manufacturer: Dakota Arms Model: 76 Serial No. 540 Caliber/Bore: .338 Winchester Magnum Barrel Length: 25” FFL Status: Modern This high quality hunting rifle features pistol grip nylon stock that is press checkered, black rubber pad, round matte finished barrel, wind drift single blade rear sight , ramp front sight, muzzle break, sling eyes, and a high quality Zeiss 3x9 scope. CONDITION: Aside from few handling marks, gun is near new inside and out. 2,000 - 3,000 1170 - (C) CUSTOM MAUSER COMMERCIAL MODEL 98 .30-06 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 98 Commercial Serial No. B98288 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features commercial Model 98 action, tapered octagon barrel, Winchester style safety, and deluxe English walnut checkered stock with cheek rest. CONDITION: Very Good. All metal completely refinished with nearly all finish remaining. Excellent bore. Two holes expertly plugged on breech end of barrel. 2,000 - 3,000 1171 - (C) SUPERB ORIGINAL CONDITION GRIFFIN & HOWE 1903 SPRINGFIELD LONG RANGE TARGET RIFLE WITH FECKER SCOPE. Manufacturer: Griffin & Howe Model: Bolt 1903 Target Serial No. 402 (under front scope block) Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 13 - 5/8” (Circa 1924) Early Griffin & Howe styling and legendary high quality. Bull barrel mounted with scope blocks and banded-on front sight. Makers name and address on top. Speed lock 1903 action with profiled tang. Lyman 48, checkered bolt knob. Standard bottom metal. Trigger adjusted for crisp let off. Dark early style stock of European walnut with classic checkering and superb ovolo beaded cheekpiece, checkered steel trap buttplate. Target swell to forend. Horn tip. Fecker 20X scope in micrometer mounts. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine with only a few light marks in all original finishes. Bore is excellent. Scope is excellent. MGM24. 2,500 - 4,000 1172 - (C) SCARCE .257 ROBERTS WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION CARBINE Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 70 Serial No. 29407 Caliber/Bore: .257 Roberts Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1940. This rifle in .257 Roberts is scarce in a standard model. The carbine model was only available from 1936-46. Aside from the 20” barrel, all other parts are interchangeable with a standard rifle such as sights and stock. The bolt on this rifle has matching etched serial number. Being a pre-War model, the frame has the stripper clip cut for loading. The rear sight slot has a filler and a Lyman receiver sight has been installed. The pistol grip walnut stock is standard as is the checkered steel buttplate. 20” number 3 barrel. There is no record as to how many of the rifles in this caliber were made in the carbine version between 1936-46 but you can guess that it was a small percentage of total making the carbine version extremely scarce. CONDITION: The condition is also superb with at least 98% original factory finish and just some light handling marks over-all. Fine bore and action. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 3,000 - 4,000

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1173 - (M) PRIME 1957 PRODUCTION WEATHERBY CUSTOM IN .300 WEATHERBY MAGNUM.. Manufacturer: Weatherby Model: Custom Serial No. 8636 Caliber/Bore: .300 Weatherby Magnum Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Early Mauser action with South Gate, CA address. 24 inch barrel. Barrel marked “WEATHERBY 300 MAGNUM”. Serial 8636. Blond walnut stock with ebony tip, pistol grip cap, skipline checkering and classic inlaid “Weatherby Diamond” on both sides of stock. Recoil pad marked ‘WEATHERBY TOMORROWS RIFLE TODAY SOUTH GATE CALIF”. Mounted with period Bausch & Lomb 2.5-8X scope in quick change period B&L mounts and bases. CONDITION: Excellent with very slight blue loss at muzzle. Bore is as new. Bolt is properly numbered to action. Stock is excellent with very slight finish wear on left side at action from being displayed. Optics are clear but very slightly yellowed. This is an outstanding early Weatherby custom grade rifle that would be difficult to improve upon 1,750 - 2,250

1174 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL SUPER GRADE 70 RIFLE WITH SCOPE (1951). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 70 Serial No. 196628 Caliber/Bore: .270 Winchester Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester Model 70 Super Grade bolt action rifle with Leupold 3-9 variable power VARI-X II scope, Super Grade checkered stock with cheek rest and ebony forend tip. CONDITION: Very fine overall; most original blue remaining. Solid wood free of cracks and splits with sharp checkering. Excellent bore. 1,000 - 1,500 1175 - (M) DELUXE ENGRAVED REMINGTON MODEL 700 WITH FECKER SCOPE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 700 Serial No. E6628282 Caliber/Bore: .17 Remington Barrel Length: 23 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern The frame on this rifle is factory laser engraved with standard blue finish, high gloss pistol grip walnut stocks, sling swivels, black forend tip, and skip checkering. It is mounted with an early quality Fecker 3/4” tube scope and aluminum mounts. CONDITION: You will find the usual minor handling marks but remains in near mint condition. A fine rifle in desirable .17 caliber. 1,000 - 1,400 1176 - (M) ATTRACTIVE AND WELLCONSTRUCTED HALL MANUFACTURING BENCHREST TARGET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Hall MFG Model: Bench Rifle Serial No. 608 Caliber/Bore: .22-250 Ackley Improved Barrel Length: 27 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern A well known name in the competitive rimfire community, Hall Manufacturing also produces a number of centerfire actions, which are equally well regarded. This particular example has the following features: eight-fluted free floating barrel with a slight taper in the venerable .22-250 Ackley Improved cartridge, Hall Manufacturing action, unmarked single piece stock with both pillar and epoxy (or equivalent) bedding. Trigger is unmarked but appears to be of Jewell design and is currently set at 1.5 pounds. Topping off this rifle is a Nightforce 3.5-15x56 Varminter scope in the second focal plane with the Nightforce NP-1 reticle. CONDITION: Rifle is in good used condition with some marks from use but nothing serious. Smooth action with a great bore. The Nightforce scope has some flaking on the front lens. This is a phenomenal rifle from a well known builder in an excellent cartridge. 1,000 - 1,500

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1177 - (M) LOT OF 2: BROWNING A-BOLT .270 WINCHESTER BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE AND RUGER M77 .22-250 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE. Manufacturer: (A) Browning (B) Ruger Model: (A) A-Bolt (B) M77 Serial No. (A) 55080NZ7S7 (B) 73-35278 Caliber/Bore: (A) .270 (B) .22-250 Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 24” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Brown A-Bolt with stainless steel, synthetic stock , 3-9 Redfield scope. Great fowl weather deer rifle. CONDITION: Near new, possibly unfired. Bore is near mint. (B) Ruger Model 77 bolt action with 6.5-20x Leupold Var-X III scope, Ruger rings, and heavy weight barrel. CONDITION: Near new overall with near mint bore. 1,000 - 1,500 1178 - (M) SHILEN DGA 6MM PPC BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Shilen Model: DGA Serial No. 302 Caliber/Bore: 6mm PPC Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Shilen DGA single shot action, pink stock epoxied to the action preventing easy removal. Jewell trigger affixed by two pins running through the stock. Tapered, free floated barrel marked with caliber on bottom. Scope blocks affixed to action with screws, no maker marks. Caliber stamped on underside of barrel. Gas vent bolt. Trigger currently set to sub 8 oz. CONDITION: Very good used condition. Stock is very good with one small area of loss at toe. Action is very good, some marks from use. Barrel was finished in the white and displays numerous machining and use marks. Inletting job is rough and there are some areas of cracking in the stock. Operates correctly with a fine bore. EW 800 - 1,200 1179 - (C) EARLY PRODUCTION STEYR ZEPHYR .22 LR MANNLICHER BOLT ACTION RIFLE 1954. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: Zephyr Serial No. 592 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a very early gun. Production officially started in 1955, however this gun features a three-digit serial number and has a “54” barrel date on it. Full size Mannlicher style stock. Factory checkered wrist and forend. Scope mounting rail installed on the top of the receiver. Missing the rear barrel sight. One magazine. Equipped with a brown leather sling. CONDITION: Metal has been professionally refinished, fairly well done. Markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks, sharp checkering. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 800 - 1,200 1180 - (M+A) TWO MODERN HIGH QUALITY HUNTING RIFLES, FROM REMINGTON AND THOMPSON CENTER. Manufacturer: (A) Remington; (B) Thompson Center Model: (A) 700; (B) Encore Serial No. (A) E6532315; (B) PS30779 Caliber/Bore: (A) .223 Remington; (B) .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 24”; (B) 28” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle. Chambered for the .223 Remington cartridge and features the matte finish on metal with the durable synthetic stock. The sights have been removed and a Leupold 6x18 scope has been added. CONDITION: Aside from a few minor handling marks, gun is near new. (B) Thompson Center 209x50 Magnum Blackpowder Rifle. Single shot, .50 caliber percussion rifle made expressly for black powder hunting. It features a fluted stainless steel barrel and frame, luminescent front sight, target adjustable rear sight, nylon two piece stock with pistol grip and sporting a Leupold 3x9 scope. CONDITION: Near mint condition. 800 - 1,200

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1181 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON MODEL 700 RIFLE AND MODEL 1100 SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Remington Model: (A) 700 (B) 1100 Serial No. (A) C6771427 (B) L891931V Caliber/Bore: (A) .243 Winchester (B) 12 Bore Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 25 -1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 700 chambered for the .243 Winchester cartridge. The heavy barrel was made with no provision for sights and is instead fitted with a Leupold gold ring 6.5x20 scope and base. The finish is blue and the stock is a non-checkered black composite with black rubber buttpad. The sling eyes have been removed but easily replaced if so desired. CONDITION: Aside from usual minor handling marks, rifle is as new inside and out. (B) Skeet choked semi-automatic Model 1100 shotgun with 2-3/4” chamber. Features vent rib, double bead sights, blue finish and high polish stamp checkered walnut stocks with pistol grip and black rubber buttpad. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with usual handling marks. What a great hunting lot this combo will make for some lucky bidder. Both are high quality, no nonsense hunting and sporting guns. 800 - 1,200 1182 - (C) TURNBULL RESTORED WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE, .44 WCF (1901). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Serial No. 171961 Caliber/Bore: .44 WCF Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard 1892 saddle ring carbine configuration. 20” barrel. Made in 1901. CONDITION: Excellent as professionally restored by Turnbull Restoration. Markings are clear. Wood has some slight dings and handling marks. Excellent bore is bright with sharp rifling. Excellent mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 4,000 1183 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1920). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1895 Serial No. 39982 Caliber/Bore: .30-40 Krag Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a standard blued rifle in all respects with semi-buckhorn rear sight, sporting front sight, Lyman No. 21 receiver sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, ebony forend tip, and case colored rifle butt. Factory research verifies .30 caliber rifle shipped March 18th, 1903. CONDITION: All metal retains approximately 98-99% of its expertly restored blued finish, done in the true Winchester style. 99% case colors on buttplate. Wood is excellent, proud to metal with a few dings; extremely well-done refinish. Near mint bore and fine action. This rifle is an extremely handsome piece that will remind one of walking into a store in 1920 and seeing these on the sales rack. If you’ve been looking for a high condition 1895 rifle that you can shoot and don’t have to spend a small fortune, you will be thrilled to own this rifle. 2,250 - 3,000 1184 - (C) WINCHESTER 94 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1907). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 94 Serial No. 395665 Caliber/Bore: .30 WCF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester Model 1894 takedown rifle, made in 1907, .30 WCF caliber, 26 inch octagon barrel, full length magazine tube, crescent butt plate, three-leaf express rear sight, fold down combination front sight, Lyman tang sight. CONDITION: Excellent bore, good case color on hammer and lever, 95% original blue on barrel, magazine tube, and takedown lug, 90% original blue mixed with brown patina on frame, excellent wood with nice figure on butt stock. A very attractive & clean rifle. 3,000 - 4,000

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1185 - (C) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER 1894 LEVER ACTION CARBINES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (ALL) 1894 Serial No. (A) 1746048 (B) 2073162 (C) 90848 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .30/30 Win Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 20” (C) 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

(A) Manufactured 1950. Caliber .30-30. Shortened to 18 inches and has a large loop finger lever installed. Walnut stocks with recoil pad. CONDITION: Very good bore. Most all restored blue finish remaining. Stocks are very good with minor bruises and scratches. (B) Manufactured 1954 with 20 inch barrel. Walnut stocks with steel butt plate. Custom refinished with chrome receiver, lever and magazine. CONDITION: Good as refinished. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Action operates properly. Wood stocks have numerous nicks, scrapes and bruises but are solid and serviceable. (C) Manufactured 1900. Traditional 94 saddle ring carbine with ladder adjustable rear sight and saddle ring. Walnut stocks. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains as rifle is in the white. Bore and mechanics are very good. Wood stocks are worn and slightly undersized. 1,500 - 2,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1186 - (C) RARE MARLIN GOLDEN 39-A 1960 90TH ANNIVERSARY .22 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 39-A Serial No. T22481 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 500 of these were made in 1960 to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Marlin Firearms Company. This gun is number 431. Factory chrome finish with deluxe checkered stocks and a squirrel carved into the right side of the butt. Original sling swivels. CONDITION: Retains 98% original finish overall. Wood is fine with light handling marks. Checkering is sharp and carving is well defined. Fine bore with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,500

1187 - (C) FINE WICHESSTER MODEL 1894 TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1902). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1894 Serial No. 258200 Caliber/Bore: .30 WCF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is an extremely nice 1894 takedown. It features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, blue finish with case colored lever and hammer. CONDITION: Hammer and lever still retain generous amounts of original color. Excellent stocks are proud to metal with some light added finish. The barrel and tube still retain 90% original blue just starting to thin. The sides of frame retain about 85% of their original factory high polish blue that has thinned at base. Bolt retains 95% original blue. The tang has an extra hole where sight once rested. The bore is near mint with sharp rifling while action is crisp. A nice clean early rifle. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,200 - 1,800

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1188 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 16” TRAPPER SADDLE RING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Trapper Serial No. 429098 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This Model 1892 saddle ring carbine was built in 1907. A custom 16” 44-40 barrel was added and all metal was refinished. The walnut stocks appear original but were fitted to this gun. Carbine has an original Winchester folding leaf express sight that was re-blued as well. CONDITION: The carbine butt-plate is a blue brown patina and was not refinished. Gun now has a near new condition eye appeal and markings are sharp. Brand new mirror bore and action. 1,000 - 1,500 1189 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 OCTAGON .40-72 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1902). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1895 Serial No. 33949 Caliber/Bore: .40-72 WCF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The factory letter states that this rifle was shipped June 13th, 1902 as a .40-72 rifle with no other notes. It features a full octagon barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, rifle butt, ebony forend tip, and standard front and rear sporting sights. CONDITION: Metal is a dark brown overall patina with sharp legends. Stocks have been sanded a bit shy, the buttstock has several small stress cracks, and there is a hole where rear swivel was added and removed. There is a small nail in both stock and forend on base. Rifling is visible but worn and dull. Good solid example of scarce octagon barreled Model 1895. This rifle comes with a framed shadow box display that features an ammo box with ammo, a Winchester knife, and a plaque. 1,000 - 1,200 1190 - (C) FINE MARLIN MODEL 39-A .22 SL&LR LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1941). Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 39A Serial No. B6159 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1941 produced Marlin 39-A with case colored receiver. ‘B’ prefix serial number. Blued round barrel. Stocks are relief carved in a Germanic style. The right side of the butt features two squirrels on a branch. The forend has an oak leaf pattern with acorns. Extremely well done, although we do not know by whom. Original Marlin “dot” in the stock. Unmarked hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Receiver retains 80% case colors. Barrel and tube retain 95% blue. All markings are clear. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Stock has some light handling marks, stock carving is sharp. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000

1191 - (C+A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial No. (A) 554429B (B) 124972A Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32-20 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Winchester 1873 3rd Model rifle manufactured 1900. Caliber .32-20 with full octagon barrel, full magazine, and crescent butt. Sheard front sight, Semi buckhorn rear sight. CONDITION: Fair, brown patina overall with dark bore. Hammer fails to stay to rear. Wood is void of finish and dark from age. (B) Winchester Model 1873 3rd Model rifle manufactured 1883. Full octagon barrel, full magazine, crescent butt. Caliber .32-20. blade front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Fair, brown patina with dark bore. Mechanics operate properly. Stocks are void of finish and are slightly dark. 1,000 - 1,500 64

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1192 - (M) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER BUFFALO BILL COMMEMORATIVE SET OF RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) Buffalo Bill Comemerative 1894 Serial No. (A) WC111659; (B) WC111655 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-30 Winchester Barrel Length: (A) 26” (B) 20” FFL Status: Modern Produced in 1968 in both standard 26” octagon barrel rifle and a short rifle with 20” octagon barrel. Both have the special medallions and nickel accents. CONDITION: Aside from light handling and storage marks, both guns are in unfired condition in their original boxes and the original set shipping box. 1,000 - 1,500 1193 - (M) LOT OF 2: MARLIN 1894 .44-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE AND WINCHESTER COMMEMORATIVE .38-55 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A) Marlin (B) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1894 Serial No. (A) 94CL1646 (B) OFW16271 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44-40 (B) .38-55 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 24” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Marlin 1894 Century Limited Model 1894 lever action rifle; limited edition commemorative to celebrate the Marlin Model 1894 100th anniversary with tapered octagon barrel, full length 12 shot magazine, Giovanelli engraved receiver, bolt and lever; case color frame, and crescent style brass buttplate. CONDITION: Near new. Virtually all bright case color on frame and lever, near mint original blue on barrel and magazine tube. Wood finish near new. Near mint bore. (B) Winchester Model 1894 Oliver Winchester commemorative rifle with gold plated frame, forend cap and lever; Oliver Winchester medallion inlaid in stock, deluxe checkered stock, and crescent style buttplate. CONDITION: Near new unfired with virtually all original finish remaining. 1,000 - 1,500 1194 - (M) WINCHESTER 1886 TO 1966 CENTENNIAL 1894 COMMEMORATIVE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 94 Centennial Serial No. 90725 Caliber/Bore: .30-30 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Modern Celebrating 100 years of craftsmanship and being the world leader in lever action sporting arms. 20” octagon barrel, full magazine, two piece walnut stock with brass finished forend cap receiver and buttplate. Barrel is engraved “A CENTURY OF LEADERSHIP 1866-1966”. Receiver tang is engraved “WINCHESTER CENTENNIAL ‘66”. Rifle is in original box with paperwork. Complete with color outer sleeve. CONDITION: As new and shows little handling. Interior box is equally fine. Outer color sleeve has slight surface wear but is very fine. 800 - 1,200 1195 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 TAKE DOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1915). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1895 Serial No. 76271 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Government Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Simply a nice, clean, takedown Model 95 rifle with standard round barrel, blue finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. It sports the standard sporting barrel sights. The forend has the ebony insert intact. CONDITION: 90% factory blue remains on barrel with toning and light age freckling. The frame retains approximately 60% original blue with the balance drifting soft grey patina and sharp legends. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with normal small handling marks and impressions. There are a couple scratched initials on left side of takedown ring. Bore has strong rifling but frosted. 800 - 1,200

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1196 - (M) ENGRAVER SIGNED BROWNING GRADE III SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: .22 Automatic Rifle Serial No. 146CS01869 Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern Made in Belgium. Satin nickle frame features dogs and pheasants on both sides surrounded by floral pattern engraving and signed G.Leiben. Barrel is blue with sporting sights. Beautiful dark finish checkered walnut pistol grip stock. Comes with Browning Custom Shop leather case. Chambered for the scarce .22 Short. CONDITION: Gun appears to be in as new condition. Beautiful rifle. 3,500 - 5,000 1197 - (M) BEAUTIFUL BROWNING GRADE III SEMI-AUTO .22 RIFLE WITH CASE Manufacturer: Browning Model: Bar 22 Serial No. 01027RP346 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 19” FFL Status: Modern Fine Belgium made Browning, made with flip up rear sight and blade front sight. Skip line checkered forearm. Coin finished action is beautifully engraved in standard Grade III pattern, signed by M.Magis on left side. Right side with setter chasing ducks in relief pattern, left side with setter chasing pheasant all surrounded by floral scroll. Top of action with setter and fallen duck in his mouth. Gold plated trigger. Full knob pistol grip buttstock is skip line checkered and terminates with a lined steel buttplate. Housed in an brown Airways case with fur interior. CONDITION: Excellent as very lightly field used. Retains most original finish to both wood and metal surfaces with handling marks scattered throughout. Bore is bright and shiny. Case is excellent with minor rubs. 2,000 - 3,000 1198 - (M) AMERICAN HISTORICAL FOUNDATION VIETNAM M14 COMMEMORATIVE RIFLE Manufacturer: Federal Ordnance Inc. Model: Vietnam Commemorative M14 Serial No. VME010 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm NATO Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern The M-14 style semi-automatic rifle was made by Federal Ordnance and features a deluxe finished walnut stock, high polish blue finish, gold accent pieces, and special plaque on right side of stock. It comes in its original walnut and glass green felt lined display case. Completely operational if one wishes to shoot this handsome rifle. Comes with the specially marked high polished blue magazine. CONDITION: As new unfired condition. 1,000 - 1,500 1199 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING BAR II SAFARI .338 WIN MAG SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: BAR II Serial No. 107NX11250 Caliber/Bore: .338 Winchester Magnum Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Made in Belgium and one of the finest semi-automatic sporting rifles ever produced. The metal features the Browning high polish factory blue finish and the hand checkered walnut stocks have the typical high gloss finish. Features include an adjustable rear barrel sight, ramp front sight, laser engraved frame, sling eyes, pistol grip, and black rubber pad. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with just a couple light handling marks. 800 - 1,200

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1200 - (C) LOT OF 4: WINCHESTER 74 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (ALL) 74 Serial No. (A) 258696A (B) 361283A (C) 299492A (D) 100081 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .22LR (C) .22LR (D) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 21 3/4” (C) 22” (D) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Made from 1939 to 1956. Winchester Model 74 semi automatic with tube fed mag, walnut stock and rifle sights. Comes with Weaver C-4 crosshair scope. CONDITION: 50% original blue with drilled receiver and scope added. Wood cleaned. Scope is clear. B) Tube fed mag Winchester 74 with Weaver 22-V-A crosshair scope. CONDITION: Cleaned gun with 50% blue, good bore and optics. Drilled for scope. Scope missing caps. C) Winchester 74 semi with wood stock. Drilled for scope. CONDITION: Refinished wood with drilled receiver and 50% original blue. Good mechanics. D) Winchester 74 with non-drilled receiver and rifle sights. CONDITION: Nice original gun with 70% original blue, good bore and mechanics. Wood has 60% original finish with usage marks. 700 - 1,200

1201 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO RUGER 10/22 50TH ANNIVERSARY SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (BOTH) 10-22 Serial No. (A) 0010-00283 (B) 0010-01090 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 20” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A&B) Ruger 10/22 50th Anniversary Semi-Automatic Rifles. Both guns feature upgraded wood stock with laser cut checkered panels at the fore stock and wrist. Rollover cheek piece. Blue barrel and action with no sights. Ten round detachable box magazine and sling swivels. CONDITION: Both as new in the original box with all the correct paperwork. 500 - 1,000

1202 - (M) BOXED ARMALITE AR-7 SURVIVAL RIFLE Manufacturer: Armalite Model: AR-7 Serial No. 90751 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Modern Marketed largely towards packbackers, boaters, and other users who would appreciate a takedown small caliber rifle. Rifles marked Armalite were made from 1959-73 after which, production was taken over by Charter Arms. Original ArmaLite barrels had a steel liner in an aluminum shell. The stock is a foam filled plastic shell with internal recesses for the receiver, barrel and one magazine. The original ArmaLite stock retained buoyancy longer than some later stocks by other makers. The receiver did not provide for a scope mount. The rear sight is a peep aperture, adjustable for elevation. The front sight was drift adjustable for windage. Included is the original box with instructions and one magazine. CONDITION: There are a few handling marks as can be expected on a nylon stock but solid 98% gun overall. Nice examples in boxes are hard to find on the market today. 300 - 500

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1203 - (C) STUNNING HIGH GRADE RARE MARLIN MODEL 47 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Number 47 Serial No. 3516 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a very scarce Marlin rifle. Magazine held 18 rounds and shot shorts, longs, and long rifle rimfire ammo. This is the highest serial number that we are aware of on this model. Features cyanide case color frame, and checkered walnut buttstock and forend. It has a round barrel with nearly full length magazine tube. The rear sight is a simple wind drift leaf with dove-tail post front sight. The buttplate is steel carbine type. It is a takedown as well. CONDITION: This has got to be one of the finest condition Model 47’s in the hobby. The frame retains at least 95% of it’s original bright colors on the sides having drifted to soft patina on top and bottom. The barrel and tube retain almost all of the original blue with the only visible wear from were the slide was operated. The stocks are near mint with razor sharp checkering and only the lightest of impressions. The rifling is sharp. This rifle is simply fabulous in all respects. 2,000 - 2,500

1204 - (C) FINE RARE CASE COLORED WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1890 Serial No. 86698 Caliber/Bore: .22 Long Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1900. Features the scarce and desirable case color finish frame. Other features include full octagon blue barrel, sporting sights, tube magazine, takedown, grooved walnut forend and rifle butt. Rifle sports a Marbles tang sight. CONDITION: Barrel and tube retain approximately 75% original blue blending smoothly with soft patina. Legends are sharp. Left side of frame retains about 70% original case color while left side has traces but has patterned out. Stocks are excellent with usual handling marks and are proud to metal but there is a wood repair at toe that could have been done better and would be an easy fix. Rifling is fine and fairly sharp. Action is good. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,000

1205 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1890 Serial No. (A) 506329A (B) 689958A Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 Short (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 23” (B) 23 “ FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Made in 1913 and chambered for the .22 short cartridge. Features full octagon barrel, loading tube, takedown, sporting sights, small grooved walnut forend with walnut stock. CONDITION: 95% original blue on barrel while tube has drifted to patina. Traces of blue on frame that is basically a soft brown patina. Nice wood that is proud to metal with light handling marks. Barrel has a few freckles. Nice clean bore and crisp action. (B) All of the features are same as above but this is chambered for the desirable .22 long rifle cartridge. It was made in 1926. CONDITION. The barrel and tube retain 95% blue or better. The left side of frame retains 95% high polish factory blue while left side is about 20% having drifted to a soft patina. All legends and edges are sharp. Excellent sharp rifling and fine action. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,000

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1206 - (C) SCARCE WINCHESTER OCTAGON MODEL 61 .22 WRF SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 61 Serial No. 34985 Caliber/Bore: .22 WRF Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This scarce pre-War rifle was made in 1938. The octagon barrel was a special order available only before the war. It is also in a scarce caliber for this model, the .22 WRF. Features a 24” octagon barrel, tube magazine, blue finish, takedown, sporting sights, flat bottom grooved walnut forend with plain pistol grip stock, and checkered steel buttplate. CONDITION: Solid 85-90% original factory blue finish with high edge wear and some handling marks. Wood is excellent with usual handling marks. There is a cross etched into the right side of stock with some small brads. Action is fine and bore is crisp. Nice pre-War rifle. 1,000 - 1,500 1207 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 HAMMERLESS SLIDE ACTION .22 MAGNUM RIFLE (1962) Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 61 Serial No. 343578 Caliber/Bore: .22 Win Mag Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in the next to last year for this popular model. This gun is chambered for the scarce and desirable .22 magnum cartridge. It features a 24” barrel, grooved frame, blue finish, takedown, magazine tube, flat bottom grooved fore-end, plain pistol grip stock with Winchester logo buttplate. Has standard sporting sights. CONDITION: Barrel and tube retain about 95% original blue with some scattered storage scratches. 98% blue on frame with some handling marks. Stocks are fine with some minor handling marks. Fine bore and action 1,000 - 1,600 1208 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN SA MARKED 98K BANNER K MAUSER 1934 RIFLE, CH.D.A. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 98K Serial No. 78164 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic It was not until recently that the definitive meaning of the “Ch.d.A.” cartouche was identified and verified from original Mauser sales records. In the fall of 1934, Director Zillinger authorized sales to the head of the training system of the SA leadership - the Chef des Ausbildungswesens der obersten S.A. - Führung, or Ch.d.A. Ch.d.A. denotes the lead SA department in charge of equipping training detachments, and as such was involved in securing small arms for this purpose. This gun has the proper Ch.d.A. cartouche on the left side of the stock. Otherwise standard commercial gun with 1934 date and banner Mauser on receiver ring. All markings numbers. Brown leather sling appears original. Has “8MM” stamped on the left side of the barrel in between the straps of the front band, most likely an import marking. CONDITION: Retains 65% finish overall. All markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Sling is somewhat fragile and should be handled accordingly. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1209 - (C) STEYR DAIMLER-PUCH VK-98 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: VK-98 Serial No. 4221T Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made for the Volkssturm or “People’s Storm”, these late war rifles armed Germany’s last line of defense in the closing months of WWII. Receiver manufactured by Steyr in 1945. Metal components are crude, but are mechanically identical to a 98k. Laminated stock with cupped buttplate. The bolt takedown stock disc was replaced with these later models by a hole in the buttplate. Only the barrel is numbered. Receiver is marked with a waffenampt followed by the code “WaA623”. Waffenampt on barrel shows no code. Windage adjustable rear sight dovetailed into forward reciever ring. Front sight is a simplified non-adjustable one piece sight for these rare late issue rifles. Finished in a period light grey phosphate finish overall. Complete with canvas sling. CONDITION: Most all phosphate finish remains with a few handling marks. Stock shows minor handling marks. Bore is bright and retains strong rifling throughout. Overall a fine example of Germany’s “Last Ditch” rifle, that is sure to be an excellent addition to any WWII enthusiast’s collection. 1,500 - 2,000

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1210 - (C) FINE ORIGINAL US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1896 BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1896 Serial No. 73081 Caliber/Bore: .30-40 Krag Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is an extremely clean, all original Krag Model 1896 saddle ring carbine. Features include saddle ring and bar, carbine “C” stamped rear sight, single barrel band, protective sight ears, walnut one piece stock. Stock has a “JSA” cartouche that is dated either 1896 or 1898. Fine cursive proof “P” on wrist. CONDITION: The barrel retains approximately 95% of the original factory blue starting to thin a bit. Colors on frame have darkened to smooth, dark grey patina. Legends are sharp. Stock is near mint with just a few handling marks. Action is smooth as silk. Bore is sharp. Overall, a fine all original 1896 Krag carbine. 2,000 - 3,000 1211 - (C) RARE WWII NAZI GERMAN DOUBLE SA MARKED WALTHER KKW SPORTGEWEHR 98K STYLE TRAINING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Walther Model: KKW Serial No. 2015S Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 98K style configuration with bayonet lug. Single shot. All matching numbers. “SAd.NSDAP” cartouche on the left side of the stock, also unit marked in period black paint “SA. Di. Z” on the right side of the forend. Not import marked. Leather sling. CONDITION: Retains 90% original blue. All markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Fine bore with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,500 - 3,500 1212 - (C) RARE WORLD WAR II GERMAN MAUSER BORGISWALDE 243 CODE 98K, 1938, LUFTWAFFE ISSUE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 98k Serial No. 7783p Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a very scarce 243 code 98k Mauser rifle made at the Borgiswalde factory in 1938. Eagle L marked on the stock for the Luftwaffe. All numbers are matching including the handguard. The band spring is unnumbered. Missing the cleaning rod. Duffle bag cut under the rear band. Original leather sling. Has what appears to be an arsenal repair to the butt. Missing the locking screws from the trigger guard. CONDITION: Retains 80% thinning finish overall mixed with a pleasing patina. All markings in metal are sharp and clear. Stock markings are worn but legible. Wood has dings and handling marks, the hand guard is split in two. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Sling has scuff marks but is solid. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1213 - (C) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE (1923). Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1903 Serial No. 1252870 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Production of the 1903 Springfield fell dramatically after the first World War, as that was to be “the War to end all Wars”, and arming America was no longer a priority. Most collectors consider the 1920-30’s Springfields as the finest ever made. The barrel date of January 1923 matches the serial range. The inspector stamp on left side is the rarely seen “WJS” of William Sheriffs, who only inspected the Model 1903 from 1918 to 1922. All other correct parts include wide finger groove double bolt stock, 2700 yard rear sight, all milled part, and finely checkered trapdoor buttplate. There is an “RA-P” Raritan Arsenal inspector stamp which indicates it went back for inspection at one time. CONDITION: TE reading: 2. ME reading: 1. Metal retains about 95% of the dull blue-black matte finish. The stocks are excellent, dark walnut with usual minor handling marks. Comes with a fine 1918 dated Boyt US sling. A really nice and very scarce rifle. 1,200 - 1,800 70

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1214 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL PRE-WAR WALTHER SPORTMODELL BOLT ACTION TRAINING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Walther Model: Sportmodell Serial No. 25938 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 25 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Best quality Pre-World War II .22 training rifle. Frequently purchased by SA Members and Police agencies for rifle training and practice. Built to a much higher standard of finish and were considerable more expensive than the DM 34 that was produced in vast quantities at the same time. These rare and desirable trainers are very infrequently found and typically are modified and never complete. This example has its original cleaning rod as well as the proper and correct leather rifle sling. CONDITION: Very fine with exceptional bore and mechanics. Two piece walnut stocks are original and complete with some minor bruises and period scratches. The rust blue finish is over 95% with traditional losses at muzzle and heel of butt. 1,000 - 2,000 1215 - (C) FINE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1898 Serial No. 378396 Caliber/Bore: .30-40 Krag Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is a fine condition Krag Model 1898 with “JSA 1902” cartouche and script “P” at wrist. CONDITION: Barrel retains 95% blue blending with some light patina. 85% bright blue on the bayonet band. Frame has 95% blue that is drifting. Mottled grey box and plate. Thinning blue on trigger guard. Walnut stock is near mint with just minor handling marks and perfect cartouche. Fine rifled bore. Comes with brass muzzle cover. Extremely fine model 1898. Comes with brass muzzle cover and original period leather sling with single brass frog with two keepers; stamped “ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL 1900”. 1,000 - 1,500 1216 - (C) VERY FINE BRAZILIAN 1935 CONTRACT MAUSER RIFLE WITH BAYONET. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 1935 Serial No. 4163 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard 1935 contract Mauser rifle made for Brazil and so marked with the Brazilian crest on the receiver ring. All numbers are matching. This is one of the “new in crate” rifles that was uncovered in the 1970’s. These were made between 1935 and 1937 with a total production of 7,000 guns. Original sling. Unmarked standard 98k style bayonet with scabbard and 1937 dated leather frog. Bayonet is not original to the gun. CONDITION: Retains 98% original finish with some very slight wear marks. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood is fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Bayonet has been refinished. GR 1,000 - 2,000 1217 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE US MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (A) 1903 (B) 1903 Mark I Serial No. (A) 1305926 (B) 1163731 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-06 (B) .30-06 Barrel Length: (A) 24 “ (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) 1903 US Springfield. The SA barrel is dated 1-29 and the serial number matches the year of production. The rear sight is 2700 yard model with knurled and dished knobs. Proper walnut two bolt stock with wide finger groove. The stock is original but all the cartouche stamps have been worn or taken off. There is a rack number stamped on comb. Other features include smooth buttplate, swept bolt and all milled parts. CONDITION: ME reading is 2, TE reading is 3. Action is fine. Comes with a 1916 RIA stamped leather sling. Rifle is in excellent shape, both wood and metal. (B) 1903 Mark I Springfield World War II rebuild. The SA barrel is dated 11-19 and serial number puts frame at 1920. The stock has been changed to World War II type with no finger grooves, World War II rear sight, pitted swept back bolt, smooth buttplate, barrel is import stamped, matte World War II metal finish. Cartouche not visible. CONDITION: ME reading is plus 2. TE reading is 7. Stock is fine. Metal retains most of its reapplied later finish. Comes with web NOBuckl sling. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 1,500

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1218 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD AND REMINGTON BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Remington Model: (A) 96 Krag (B) 07 Berthier Serial No. (A) 86472 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-40 (B) 8mm Lebel Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Antique Springfield 1896 Krag rifle. Caliber .30-40 Krag with 30 inch barrel. Comes with World War I leather sling. CONDITION: Good with most exterior blue finish gone but very fine bright shiny bore and good mechanics. Stock is lightly sanded and varnished. No inspection marks remain. (B) Remington 1907/15 Bertier 8mm Lebel rifle. Made for the French during World War I and most likely never delivered. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bright shiny bore and mechanics. Walnut stock is fine with several minor storage dings and gouges as to be expected. 1,000 - 1,400 1219 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 894184 (B) 931745 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-06 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Typical rebuild using a frame made in 1918 and a barrel dated 8-1928 with a World War II era scant stock added. The frame was refinished in greenish matte while balance is blue including bolt. All of the parts are milled. The bore is great with an ME reading of 1 and TE reading of 2.5. (B) This is a World War II rebuild using a frame made in 1918 and wearing a Sedgley USMC 9-41 barrel. The stock is World War I era with two bolts and wide finger groove. Rear sight is World War II era. All parts are milled. Frame is matte green, balance of metal is faded blue. The bore is nice with an ME reading of 1.5 and a TE reading of 1. The stock has seen lots of use and a replacement would greatly enhance value. 900 - 1,300 1220 - (C) MATCHING STEYR DAIMLER-PUCH 98K BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Steyr Daimler-Puch Model: 98k Serial No. 6142k Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 98k manufactured by Steyr Daimler-Puch in 1942. “bnz/42” on receiver ring. Matching numbers include receiver, bolt, bolt stop housing, barrel bands, rear sight, floorplate, and hand guard. Laminated stock with later war cupped buttplate. Complete with leather sling and cleaning rod. CONDITION: Metal components retain a good amount of finish, showing areas of thinning and wear with patina showing through. Buttplate shows corrosion and an area of cleaned pitting. Stocks are good, showing handling marks and indentations all around. Leather sling is in good condition showing wear and aging. Bright bore with areas of cleaned pitting. Strong rifling throughout. 900 - 1,200 1221 - (C) SPANISH FABRICADE ARMAS MAUSER M1943 BOLT ACTION SHORT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Fabricade Armas Model: M43 Serial No. D1506 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This model replaced the Model 1916. The receiver bridge has the crest and is dated 1946. All visible matching numbers and no signs of any import stamps with pistol grip walnut stock. CONDITION: 90% original arsenal blue on metal. Stock is excellent with just handling marks. Fine bore and action. Comes with period leather sling. 800 - 1,200

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1222 - (C) AUTHENTIC AND HONEST WW2 1903-A4 SNIPER RIFLE WITH SCOPE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1903-A4 Serial No. 3419037 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1943 production model 1903-A4 Sniper Rifle with the correct early Weaver 330B scope with etched M73B1 and serial number designations. Rifle has the proper FJA inspected full C-Stock and small Remington inspectors marking forward of trigger guard assembly. Proper mixed finishes of green parkerized finish on barreled receiver and blued finishes on band trigger assembly and butt plate. These rifles are frequently found in as new condition, this example was actually issued and used. CONDITION: Numerous scrapes and bruises are found in the stocks and the metal finishes are worn from actual use. The 2 groove bore is excellent, bright and shiny. The action is smooth and functions properly. These are the real sniper rifles of World War II and most were rebuilt to as new condition. This one is a survivor in its original condition. 2,000 - 3,000 1223 - (C) US REMINGTON MODEL 1903-A3 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1903-A3 Serial No. 4057429 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a classic World War II rifle made 9-43 and so stamped on barrel. Frame is marked Remington. This rifle has the updated A3 rear sight, stamped parts, “FJA” Frank Atwood stamp on left side of stock, and proof “P” on wrist. ME reading: 1.5. TE reading: 1. All original parts and finish. CONDITION: It is obvious that this rifle saw little to any use and remains a solid 95% plus in all respects. 800 - 1,200 1224 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE AND REMINGTON 1903-A3 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Remington Model: (A) M1 Garand (B) 1903-A3 Serial No. (A) 5835168 (B) 3938191 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-06 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Springfield M1 Garand by Springfield. National Match barrel with National Match front sight and rear sights. Armory style glass bedded buttstock and forward hand guard. Barrel dated SA 2-63. CONDITION, Very fine with most arsenal finish remaining, bore is excellent with TE of 2.5 and ME of 1.5. Stocks have been lightly sanded and varnished to avoid moisture. Large Ordnance eagle remains visible on left side of butt stock. Buttstock is inked with last 4 digits of matching serial number internally. Mounted with cotton M1 sling. (B) Remington 1903-A3 bolt rifle with SC 2-44 barrel date. Straight stock and fitted with appropriate stamped trigger guard and bands. CONDITION. Good as probable arsenal rebuild, Green parkerized finish is about 97% with losses at very highest of points. Stock is lightly sanded and without markings. Bore is very fine with sharp lands and grooves. 1,500 - 2,000 1225 - (C) WORLD WAR II GERMAN BERLIN-LÜBECKER G-43 DUV 44 CODE SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Berlin-Lübecker Model: G43 Serial No. 2944n Caliber/Bore: 7.92x57mm Barrel Length: .22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard 1944 production G.43 made by Berliner-Lübecker. This gun is a post-World War II French reissue to border guards or internal security forces as evidenced by the “R” stamp in the right side of the stock. Reproduction leather sling, K marked magazine, cleaning rod, and muzzle cover. Mismatched numbers as is common on the post-War issued guns. The sides of the front of the receiver have been stippled at some point for reasons unknown. CONDITION: Gun retains 95% of an applied finish. Laminated stocks have been sanded and refinished with thick coat of varnish. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000

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SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1226 - (M) PRE-BAN HECKLER & KOCK HK91 WITH COLLAPSIBLE STOCK MADE IN 1980. Manufacturer: HK Model: 91 Serial No. A026853 Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester Barrel Length: 17 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Gun was made in 1980. Original bipod and factory collapsible stock. Flash hider. Made in Germany. Missing the magazine. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall with some light handling marks. Plastic forend and pistol grip have some light handling marks. Collapsible stock works well. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000

1227 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 3562346 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 26 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Springfield M1D sniper refurbished by the CMP. Springfield marked receiver made in February 1945. Unmarked barrel dated 6-99. Op rod marked with “NM” for National Match and made by Remington. Springfield bolt and stamped trigger group. New made walnut stocks with no markings. Possible aftermarket M1D scope mount with M84 scope with post reticle and rubber eyepiece. Korean era T37 type flash hider. Reproduction leather cheekpiece and woven green sling. Comes with cleaning rod and tool in butt. CONDITION: Overall good condition with excellent mechanics. Good bore with TE of 1 and ME of 1. Cleaning rod missing several sections. Excellent rifle to shoot or reenact. 1,500 - 2,000

1228 - (M) LOT OF TWO: ARSENAL SAM7SF SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) ARSENAL Model: (BOTH) SAM7SF Serial No. (A) XK532023 (B) XK530208 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: (Both) 16 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard Arsenal SAM7SF imported by Arsenal in Las Vegas with milled receiver, two chamber muzzle brake, left side thumb safety lever, folding stock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Standard arsenal SAM7SF imported by Arsenal in Las Vegas with milled receiver, two chamber muzzle brake, left side thumb safety lever, folding stock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Both rifles come with Bulldog rifle case, one with an AK accessory kit with sling, tools, oil bottle. 2,000 - 3,000

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1229 - (C) JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH BAYONET. Manufacturer: Johnson Model: Model 1941 Serial No. 4070 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Model 1941 Johnson Rifle manufactured 1941 and primarily used by USMC. 10 round rotary magazine. Manufactured by Cranston Arms company. Walnut stocks, parkerized finish with checkered steel butt plate. CONDITION: Excellent as totally restored. contemporary replacement stocks, Good bore. Evidence of filled scope mount holes on top of receiver. Operates properly. Comes with reproduction bayonet and scabbard. 2,000 - 3,000 1230 - (C) US WORLD WAR II SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 1109833 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Nice early war Garand with featuring “D28287 18SA” marked bolt (incorrect), “D28290-12SA” on trigger group (correct), “SA 12-42” barrel (correct), “D35382 6 SA” on unaltered operating rod (correct). Also includes correct era lock back rear sight, slotted gas plug, and walnut stock. Legible but not entirely readable “SA / EMcF” cartouche on left side of stock, with Ordnance crossed cannons (very faint), and block proof “P” under wrist. CONDITION: 80% original arsenal matte blue. Stock has great figure with proper stamps. Wood excellent with usual minor bumps. Bolt lot number is off and may have few replaced parts but not they would detect using basic break down. All major parts are correct for era. Comes with a 1942 sling. Nice example of early World War II semi-automatic Garand. 2,000 - 3,000 1231 - (M) PRE-BAN HECKLER & KOCH HK93 .223 WITH FACTORY COLLAPSIBLE STOCK (1980). Manufacturer: HK Model: 93 Serial No. A124167 Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Modern Pre-ban, made in 1980. Factory collapsible stock. Made in Germany. One steel bodied 20 round magazine. Flash hider. CONDITION: Retains 98% original finish overall with very light handling marks. Factory black plastic forend and pistol grip have some extremely light handling marks. Factory collapsible stock works well. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Magazine has some light surface rust on the left side. GR 2,000 - 2,500 1232 - (M) BUSHMASTER XM15-E2S SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH ACCESSORIES, INCLUDING AN ITT NEPVS14 NIGHT VISION MONOCULAR. Manufacturer: Bushmaster Model: XM15-E2S Serial No. L041990 Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington Barrel Length: 16” Bushmaster lower, unmarked upper. GGG added section of rail and scope mount, holding an Aimpoint Comp M. Telescoping stock, A2 style grip and handguard. Added section of rail forward of handguard for holding a flashlight with pressure switch. Forward assist, shell deflector, extended charging handle. Comes with two 90 round drums, package of reproduction M16A2 paperwork, sling, 11 extra magazines, and an NEPVS14 manufactured by ITT. CONDITION: Good used condition, retaining most of its finish with some rubs and marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Flashlight does not activate. Magazines are good with marking from use. ITT monocular operates. THIS LOT IS FOR DOMESTIC SALE ONLY AND NOT FOR EXPORT OUT OF THE UNITED STATES. 1,500 - 2,500

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1233 - (C) INLAND M1 CARBINE SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Inland Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 93448 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Inland manufacture M1A1 paratrooper style carbine with folding skeleton stock and wood “fatboy” style pistol grip stock. Inland marked barrel dated 11-42. Parts mostly consistent with Inland production except barrel band and rear sight. CONDITION: Gun is probably a made up M1A1 paratrooper using correct Inland base gun. Metal parts have been reparkerized. Stock has original finish, but is reproduction. Mechanically sound with shootable bore (ME of 2). 1,200 - 1,500 1234 - (C) WINCHESTER M1G SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 1277288 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester manufactured M1 Garand receiver made in January 1943. Barrel is made by Springfield with a date of 6-45. Winchester early milled trigger group that is all Winchester. W.R.A. marked op rod and bolt. “P” marked late style gas plug. Wood stock with “WRA GHD” in square with crossed cannons and “P” in circle proof. World War II lock bar rear sight. Comes with original cleaning rod and kit in butt and reproduction green woven sling. CONDITION: Overall good with light handling marks. Good bore and mechanics TE of 1 and ME of 0. 1,000 - 1,500

1235 - (M) NODAK SPUD NDS-9 YUGO ZASTAVA M72 RPK SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Zastava Model: NDS-9 Serial No. 9000237 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern These were built on the AK47 platform to be used as squad automatic rifles. Bipod, long heavy barrel with compensator. Takes standard AK47 magazines. This gun is in semi-automatic and features a No-Dak Spud receiver and original Yugoslavian parts kit. Chinese sling. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall with areas of minor surface rust. All markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Bore is fine. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 2,000

1236 - (M)SPRINGFIELD M1-A BUSH RIFLE WITH FOLDING STOCK. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: M1A Bush Rifle Serial No. 29086 Caliber/Bore: .308 / 7.62 Nato Barrel Length: 18 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Factory discontinued compact shortened variation of the M1A with Italian produced side folding stock and shortened 18-1/2” barrel. Uses standard M14 magazines. Mounted with wood handguard and flashider without bayonet lug. CONDITION: Very fine to new with little evidence of actual use. Bore is pristine and most all finish remains with slight high point wear from handling. Action is crisp and operates properly. 1,000 - 1,500

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1237 - (C) STANDARD PRODUCTS M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: Standard Products Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 2222811 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard Products M1 carbine with Underwood marked barrel dated 3-44. Arsenal rebuild with flip safety and late style sling band with bayonet stud. Rear late style adjustable sight. Correct internal parts non consistent with Standard Products production. Inland marked stocks with high cut wood and two rivet forend. Wood not cut for M2. Comes with reproduction sling and oiler. 15 round magazine with dimpled bottom. CONDITION: Overall good with 80% of a total arsenal refinish. Shootable bore(ME of 2) and good mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 1,500

1238 - (C) SAGINAW M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: Saginaw Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 3288718 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Saginaw Division of General Motors manufactured M1 carbine with Saginaw marked barrel with no date. Serial number indicates late 1943 or early 1944 production. All parts consistent with Saginaw production. Push button safety. Wood high wood stock with “SG” in square and crossed cannons on right side of stock and “RSG” in sling well. Correct rear flip sight and fixed front. Comes with reproduction green woven sling and oiler and muzzle cover. Gun has 15 round late style clip. Great World War II carbine. CONDITION: Overall good with shootable bore (ME of 2). Good mechanics. 80% arsenal finish remaining with light handling marks. Non-import uncut gun. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 1,500

1239 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 6091911 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Springfield made receiver made in 1956 with Springfield marked barrel dated 5-56. Springfield marked bolt,trigger group, and operating rod. Correct sights and looks to be all Springfield parts. Stock has “P” in circle proof with three star over eagle Department of Defense mark. CONDITION: Overall superb with 90%+ parkerizing on the metal, and 90%+ finish on wood with some very slight handling marks. TE reading: 2. ME reading: 2. 1,000 - 1,500

1240 - (C) IBM M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: IBM Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 3733258 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic IBM manufactured M1 carbine with IBM Corp. marked barrel with no date. Serial number dates this gun to 1943. Round bolt with parts marked consistent with IBM manufacture. Wood stock with correct style buttplate. Comes with early style clip and green woven reproduction sling. Original period 15 round clip. CONDITION: Overall good with shootable bore (ME of 2). Good mechanics. Aftermarket wood stocks with arsenal style refinish. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 1,500

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1241 - (M) LWRC M6A2IC SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH MAGAZINES AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: LWRC Model: M6IC Serial No. 03-73722 Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Modern LWRC M6 lower, M6IC upper. LWRC flip up iron sights, ambidextrous charging handle, Vickers 221 sling on Magpul quick detach fore point, rear quick detach point in stock. 1:7 twist barrel. Fully ambidextrous controls. Magpul MOE grip, LWRC adjustable stock, LWRCI four prong flash hider pinned and welded in place. Comes with 6 additional magazines with magazine information written in bronze sharpie. Comes in LWRC M6A2 box with Magpul magazine, tools, paperwork, extra REPR section of rail. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 1,000 - 1,500 1242 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP1 AR15 1980. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SP1 Serial No. SP113482 Caliber/Bore: .223 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Modern Standard 1980’s configuration. Triangle forend. Non-forward assist. Trap in butt. Birdcage flashider. “C” marked bolt carrier group, MPC marked bolt. Made in 1980. Black nylon sling. 20 round Colt marked magazine. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall. Some very light handling marks. All markings are clear. Fine bore with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Fine stocks with light handling marks. GR 1,000 1,500 1243 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP1 AR15 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE (1980). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SP1 Serial No. SP114069 Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Modern Gun features a triangle forend with birdcage flash hider, bayonet lug, non-forward assist. Trap in butt. Made in 1980. Proper black nylon sling. Original manual. 20 round Colt marked magazine. “C” marked bolt carrier. “MPC” marked bolt. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall with some light handling marks. Stocks are fine with light handling marks. Excellent chrome lined bore. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

1244 - (M) LEFEVER SINGLE BARREL TRAP 12 BORE SHOTGUN MADE BY ITHACA. Manufacturer: Lefever Arms Model: Single Barrel Serial No. 11243 Barrel Length: 29 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: 0.048 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.729 Weight: 7lbs 3oz Made by Ithaca under the Lefever brand name. Plain barrel with brass front bead. Forend with diamond checkering pattern. Case colored action with company name and flying goose stamp. Capped pistol grip buttstock checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a modern Hawkins pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine as refurbished. Retains nearly all refurbished finish to both wood and metal. Incipient repaired cracks behind top tang, otherwise stocks appear sound. Bore with some orange peel. Mechanics are functional. 150 - 300

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1245 - (C+M+A) LOT OF 8: SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A)Electric City(B) Iver Johnson(C)Stevens(D)H & R(E) Forehand Arms(F)Hercules(G)Iver Johnson(H)Savage Model: (A) SS (B) Champion (C) 94 (D) SB (E) SB (F) SB (G) Champion (H) 48 Serial No. (A) A40605 (B) 91998 (C) C942244 (D) 7938 (E) NSN (F) NSN (G) NSN (H) P721362 Barrel Length: (A) 25 - 3/4” (B) 26” (C) 26 - 1/4” (D) 30” (E) 30” (F) 30” (G) 30” (H) 30” FFL Status: Modern Gauge: (A) .410 (B) .410 (C) .410 (D) 16 Gauge (E) 12 Gauge (F) 12 Gauge (G) 16 Gauge (H) 12 Gauge

(A) Electric City .410 gauge & /44 Cal single shot. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: No original finish remains. Bore with orange peel. (B) Iver Johnson .410 gauge Single shot hammer shotgun. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: No original finish remains. Bore is pitted. (C) Stevens Model 94 Series X. Lightly colored stocks with skip line checkering. Uncle Mike’s “SIDEKICK” attached to stock. CONDITION: Excellent. 90% original finish remains. (D) Harrington and Richardson 20 gauge single shot. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: No original finish remains. Stock cracked at wrist. Bore with pitting. (E) Forehand Arms. Hammer 12 gauge single shot. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: Poor. No original finish remains. Heavily worn and pitted. Butt with wire wrap around grip. (F) Hercules retailed by Montgomery Ward. Forend with finger grooves. Knob grip buttstock. CONDITION: Fair. 20% original finish. Bore is mostly clear. (G) Iver Johnson Hercules 16 gauge. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains. Buttstock broken through the wrist. Bore is fair. (H) Stevens Model 94 Series M. 12 gauge. Checkered stocks. CONDITION: Good. Approximately 80% original finish. Stocks with chipping. Bore is good with beginning orange peel. 250 - 500 1246 - (M) PERAZZI TMX SPECIAL SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Perazzi Model: Single Barrel - TMX Special Serial No. PU69834 Barrel Length: 34” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: Adjustable Drop at Heel: Adjustable Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Tubes Gauge: 12 Bore

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Newer model, but not current, this gun features high rib, ported barrel, interchangeable chokes, removable trigger group, adjustable comb and pad. 34” barrel. Extreme pistol grip. Lightly streaked and figured European walnut stock. Black finished action with “Perazzi TMX Special” in gold on left side. Housed in black plastic case with stock tool, four choke tubes, and spare parts kit. CONDITION: Very fine. Shows considerable use. Mechanically fine. Case is fine. MGM22. 1,500 - 2,000

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1247 - (C) BAKER GUN COMPANY STERLING GRADE SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Baker Gun Company Model: Sterling SBT Serial No. 48831 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 5/8” Chamber: 3” Choke: 0.023 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.722 Weight: 8lbs 1oz Equal to about a Grade 4 Ithaca, this gun has a wide matted ventilated top rib with white mid bead and steel front bead. Large forend is checkered in point and diamond pattern. The blued action is lightly scroll engraved with rabbit on right and Pointer on left. Replacement straight grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a modern Silvers brand pad. This gun was likely made as a pistol grip and has a short trigger guard tang. No safety. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retail about 90% plum brown blue. Forearm retains most of its custom finish. Buttstock is excellent as restored and retains nearly all of its custom finish with a few minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 2,000 - 3,000 1248 - (M) NEAR MINT ITHACA GRADE 5 SINGLE BARREL TRAP 12 BORE WITH ORIGINAL HANG TAG. Manufacturer: Ithaca Model: Grade 5 Serial No. 404985 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14” Chamber: 2-3/4” Choke: 0.019 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.73 Weight: 8lbs 7oz Made with raised wide matted top rib with fluorescent orange front bead. Wide forend is checkered in point pattern with engraved Deeley release. Case colored action is engraved in typical Grade 5 pattern with floral scroll engraving, gold inlaid pheasant on left side and large gold woodcock on right. Nickel plated checkered trigger, with engraved trigger guard bow and SN at tang. Capped pistol grip buttstock checkered in fleur-de-lis pattern through wrist, with checkered cheeks, gold shield near toe and terminates with white lined Pachmary basket weave pad. Original hang tag is still attached to the trigger guard describing this gun as found today with the exception of the choke which does not appear to have been altered. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new. Appears factory test fired only. Retains virtually all original finish to both wood and metal surfaces with only very minor handling marks. Even through this is a late gun, it is a reference gun as it appears near mint throughout. 2,000 - 3,000

1249 - (C) SCARCE AND LATE L. C. SMITH IDEAL SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN IN 20 BORE. Manufacturer: L. C. Smith Model: Ideal Serial No. FWS30705 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/4” Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/4” Length of Pull: 13 - 5/8” from rear pos. SST Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .008 (R) .001 Gauge: 20 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (R) .613 Weight: 6lbs 15oz 80

Very late production gun with “FWS” prefix to serial number, this Ideal grade made with raised matted and tapered rib with steel front bead. Large beavertail forend with Schnabel tip and roll type release. Made with Hunter one trigger, auto ejectors, and non auto safety. Action is engraved in standard Ideal grade pattern. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist with lined hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Very good as partially restored. Barrels retain about 85% original blued finish with thinning towards muzzle. Stocks are excellent as restored and retain most of their custom finishes. Action retains about 40% of its original color. Trigger works, bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 2,000 - 3,000

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1250 - (C) FINE HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION A.H. FOX A GRADE SHOTGUN IN 12 BORE. Manufacturer: A. H. Fox Model: A Serial No. 32691 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 5/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/4” Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Choke: (L) .042 (R) .043 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .727 (R) .730 Weight: 7lbs 6oz Beautiful A Grade 12 Bore gun made in Philadelphia with 2 weight barrels with matted top rib with steel front bead. Splinter forend with case colored and engraved Deeley release. Boxlock action is engraved in Standard A Grade pattern shaded scroll and makers name on sides. Made with double triggers, extractors, and auto safety. Round knob buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a lined hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Extremely fine and collector quality. Barrels with a few light scratches and handling marks retain approximately 95% toned original blue. Action retains nearly all of its fine original case color with beginning toning on barrel bolsters and carry point. Trigger guard retains more than 90% original blued finish. Stocks are excellent with light handling marks and retain nearly all of their factory finish. 2,500 - 3,500

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1251 - (C) A.H. FOX CE GRADE DOUBLE WITH TAG AND FACTORY LETTER. Manufacturer: AH Fox Model: CE Grade Serial No. 23118 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 7/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 5/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Full/Mod Gauge: 12 Bore Weight: 6lb 10oz. Made in 1916 by Ansley H. Fox Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this fine gun features Krupp blued steel barrels with concave matted rib with twin ivory beads and ejectors. Boxlock case hardened action with automatic safety, early “C” style engraving and double triggers. Figured checkered walnut buttstock with round knob grip and Silver’s type solid rubber recoil pad. Splinter type forearm with latch release and ebony inlay. Comes with Callahan letter and reproduction hang tag. CONDITION: Barrels have 90% of a professional reblue with mirror bores. Wood has been refinished with checkering being redone and 85% finish remaining with a new period style pad being added. Action has 60% case colors with wear on handled surfaces. 3,000 - 5,000

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1252 - (C) RARE CASED PARKER REPRODUCTION DHE GRADE 12 BORE TWO BARREL SET SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Parker DHE Serial No. 12-01410 Barrel Length: (A) 28” (B) 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 3/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/2” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (A) (L) Improved Cylinder (R) Modified (B) (L) Q1 (R) Q2 Gauge: 12 Bore Weight: 7lbs 5oz (28” barrel) Rare configuration two barrel set. Made in Japan with single splinter forend which is interchangeable to both barrels. Made on a 1 - 1/2 frame, barrel set #1 (28”) choked Improved Cylinder and Modified. Barrel set #2 choked Q1 & Q2 (26”). Case hardened action is engraved in standard DHE Grade pattern. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and auto safety. Capped pistol grip buttstock checkered in standard DHE grade pattern with brass oval near toe and terminates with a blued skeleton buttplate. Housed in its original Emmebi Parker Reproduction two barrel set case with snap caps. CONDITION: Extremely fine showing some light field use. Barrels retain nearly all of their original blued finish. Action retains virtually all of its bold original case color, with a minor shell ring present on breech face. Stocks are excellent and retain nearly all of their original finish with some minor handling marks with a couple of more noticeable impressions on right side of forend, but nothing serious or offensive by any means. Bores are brilliant and shiny, mechanics are crisp. Case is excellent as is canvas cover. All together a rare and very useful set! 3,500 - 5,500 1253 - (C) SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 21 16 BORE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 21 Serial No. 6029 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 13 - 7/8” Chamber: 2 - 5/8” Choke: Marked Mod/Full Gauge: 16 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .671 (R) .669 Weight: 6lbs 11oz Early standard grade field gun with usual maker marks on tops of barrels. Matted concave rib with steel front bead. Splinter forearm with roll type release is checkered in point pattern. Blued action is unengraved. Pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with the original Winchester hard rubber buttplate. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, auto safety. CONDITION: Very good and appears as found. Barrels retain about 85% original blued finish. Action retains retain about 60-70% original blue. Top lever and trigger guard have toned brown. Stocks are very good with checkering thinned and filled. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,800 - 2,500 1254 - (M) WINCHESTER 23 SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 23 Serial No. 81DU257 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 3” Choke: (L) .042 (R) .017 Gauge: 12 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .732 (R) .731 Weight: 7lbs 6oz Made with low profile matted ventilated top rib with two white beads and engraved “Ducks Unlimited.” Mono-blocked barrels. Large forend with Deeley release is checkered on sides. Coin finished and engraved action with gold ducks head on bottom and lightly engraved elsewhere with duck, goose and light scroll engraving. Round knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a thin Winchester brand pad. CONDITION: Excellent showing only minor use and handling marks. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. Case is excellent. 1,250 - 1,750 82

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1255 - (C) LOT OF FIVE: SIDE BY SIDE HAMMERLESS SHOTGUNS, FOUR TRYONS AND ONE KEYSTONE ARMS. Manufacturer: (A) Tryon (B) Keystone Arms (C) Tryon (D) Tryon (E) Tryon Model: (A) Special (B) SxS (C) SxS (D) SxS (E) SxS Serial No. (A) 43197 (B) 19749 (C) 40458 (D) 40068 (E) 23985 Barrel Length: (A) 27” (B) 30” (C) 30” (D) 30” (E) 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (C) 12 Gauge (D) 12 Gauge (E) 12 Gauge Lot consists of (A) “TRYON SPECIAL” marked sidelock hammerless side by side shotgun. Gun has walnut checkered pistol grip stock, splinter forearm, fluid steel barrels, auto safety and extractors. Right barrel has octagon shape. CONDITION: Fair condition with ok lock up and overall brown patina finish. (B) “Keystone Arms” marked boxlock double barrel shotgun with double triggers, extractors, barrels marked “ Special Smokeless Steel” and case hardened action. Walnut checkered stocks with half pistol grip and splinter forearm. Similar to a “L.C. Smith Fulton Grade”. CONDITION: Fair with tight lockup and fair finish. (C) “EDW. K. TRYON” marked boxlock side by side shotgun with extractors, double triggers, fluid steel “TRYON” marked barrels with walnut checkered pistol grip stock and splinter forearm. Similar to a “Syracuse Arms shotgun”. CONDITION: Loose with poor condition. (D) Another “EDW. K. TRYON” marked boxlock shotgun with auto safety, extractors and double triggers. Walnut wood stocks. CONDITION: Tight with good condition. (E) Barrel marked “Edward K. Tryon” hammer shotgun with game scene engraved locks and fancy walnut stocks. CONDITION: Poor with loose action and refinish. Cracked stock. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,800 1256 - (C) L. C. SMITH 20 BORE FIELD GRADE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: L. C. Smith Model: Field Serial No. FWS31864 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 7/8” Choke: (L) .030 (R) .022 Gauge: 20 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .614 (R) .613 Weight: 6lbs 6oz Late production gun with FWS serial number prefix and high top rib on barrels. Made with splinter forend, which is checkered in point pattern. Unengraved case hardened action. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and has lined hard rubber buttplate. Made with double triggers, extractors, and auto safety. CONDITION: Extremely fine as restored. Retains virtually all restored finish to both wood and metal with only very minor handling marks. Forcing cones removed, bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 1,000 - 1,500 1257 - (C) BAKER BATAVIA EJECTOR 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH DAMASCUS BARRELS. Manufacturer: Baker Model: Batavia Ejector Serial No. 130035 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .038 (R) .004 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .723 (R) .720 Weight: 7lbs 2oz This fairly high condition example was made with Damascus barrels, auto ejectors, double triggers, non auto safety. The gun has a matted concave top rib with steel front bead. Full sidelock case colored action stamped on sides “Batavia Ejector”. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern with “Baker” hard rubber buttplate. Splinter forend with triangular ebony tip is checkered in two point pattern. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrels retain about 95% original Damascus pattern. Case colors are bold and vivid and rate about 75% with loss mainly at carry point. Stocks are sound and retain most of what appears to be their original finish. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. A nice old Baker. 1,000 - 1,500

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1258 - (C+A) LOT OF SIX: SIX DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS FROM LEFEVER, CENTRAL ARMS, HOPKINS AND ALLEN, J. STEVENS, W.H. BAKER, AND Manufacturer: (A) Lefever (B) Central Arms (C) Hopkin (D) Stevens (E) W.H. Baker (F) Ranger Model: (A) Double (B) Double (C) Double (D) 235 (E) Double (F) Double Serial No. (A) 11193 (B) 95924 (C) 54119 (D) 59149 (E) 1397 (F) 70241 Barrel Length: (A) 26 - 3/8” (B) 28” (C) 30” (D) 30” (E) 30” (F) 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Gauge: (A) 16 Gauge (B) 20 Gauge (C) 12 Gauge (D) 12 Gauge (E) 12 Gauge (F) 12 Gauge

Lot consists of (A) Lefever Arms Co. E Grade 12 bore. Splinter forend, capped pistol grip. Early gun with minimal engraving. CONDITION: Poor. Barrels cut. Top lever missing. Stocks with chips and missing forend tip. Nonfunctional. (B) Central Arms Co. of St. Louis, MO. 20 gauge with steel barrels. Replacement wood, case colored action. Double triggers. CONDITION: Fair. Stocks are homemade replacements. 30% case color remains. Bores are good. (C) Hopkins and Allen 12 bore hammer gun. Splinter forend. Ball grip butt. Twist barrels. CONDITION: Poor. Checkering worn smooth. Action is loose. Barrels with dents, bores with pitting. No original finish remains. (D) J. Stevens Model 235. Hammer shotgun, splinter forend. Ball grip. CONDITION: Poor. No original finish remains. Buttstock with amateur repair at stock head. Action is loose, bores with pitting. (E) W.H. Baker hammer double. Splinter forend. Damascus barrels. Frame with a light burst of scroll on sides and bottom. Ball grip. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains. Bores with pitting. (F) Ranger 12 bore double. Splinter forend, double triggers, ball grip buttstock. CONDITION: Fair. No original metal finish remains. Stocks with checkering visible. Interested parties should inspect this lot for potential for parts guns or other uses. 1,000 - 1,500

1259 - (C) W.C. SCOTT BOXLOCK SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH DAMASCUS BARRELS. Manufacturer: W.C. Scott Model: Boxlock Serial No. 60146 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14” Chamber: 2 - 5/8” Choke: (BOTH) .000 Gauge: 12 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .728 (R) .727 Weight: 6lbs 8oz

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This early boxlock features splinter forend, double triggers, extractors, and automatic safety. It was made with Deeley release and Greener crossbolt locking system. The forend is checkered in point pattern and Deeley release is also scroll engraved. Damascus barrels with provisional proof marks. Round knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist with nickel oval near toe and terminates in a lined horn buttplate. The boxlock action is lightly scroll and border engraved as is trigger guard. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain about 90% original Damascus pattern. Action has toned to mostly gray with some very light case color remaining. Stocks are sound with checkering thinned and retain most of what appears to be their original finish. Bores with orange peel. 800 - 1,300

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1260 - (M) BERETTA S682 OVER/ UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Beretta Model: S682 Serial No. D62807B Barrel Length: 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (O) .013 (U) .010 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (O) .727 (U) .729 Weight: 8lbs 4oz Made with low profile matted and ventilated rib with large orange front blade sight. Round nose forend with latch release is checkered. Coin finished action with makers name on sides and model number on bottom. Made with non selective single trigger, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. Blued trigger guard marked “TRAP” in gold on bottom. Full knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a thin black Decelerator brand pad. Makers logo in knob grip escutcheon. CONDITION: Excellent as very lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with some minor handling marks. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 2,000 - 3,000 1261 - (C) BROWNING SUPERPOSED 20 BORE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Superposed Serial No. 300 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Skeet and Skeet Gauge: 20 This fine early three digit serial numbered Superposed was manufactured in 1931. Features two piece walnut stocks. Front stock has two hand checkered panels. Rear stock has a round knob pistol grip with two hand checkered panels at the wrist. Composite butt plate. Break open over and under action with a single select trigger and a long tang. Over and under barrels are choked skeet and skeet. Vented matte rib with single bead front sight. CONDITION: Bright and shiny tubes. Gun retains 85% of the original blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear and a few handling marks. Action has two small engraved panels. Two small spots of pitting at the muzzle on the left side. A few handling marks and varnish loss on the stocks. 2,000 - 3,000 1262 - (M) WELL MADE GEBRUDER MERKEL MODEL “203” 20 BORE OVER UNDER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Merkel Model: 203 Serial No. 181829 Barrel Length: 26 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 5/8” Chamber: 3” Choke: (O) .019 (U) .014 Gauge: 20 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (O) .623 (U) .626 Weight: 6lbs 1oz Made in Suhl, this high quality well made gun exhibits typical Merkel quality. Made with solid rib matted top rib with brass front bead. Three piece forend is nicely checkered with engraved Deeley latch release. Coin finished reinforced action is nicely engraved with dogs in game scene on left, ducks in scene on right all surrounded by nicely executed scroll. Greener crossbolt, blued top lever and long tang trigger guard which is nicely scroll engraved. Straight grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern with beautiful flowing grain and terminates in a thin “SUHL” marked hard rubber buttplate Made with double triggers (front trigger articulated), ejectors, and non-auto safety. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near new. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. Absolutely a dandy little game gun - and in prime original condition. 2,000 - 3,000

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1263 - (C) MERKEL 203E OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN WITH EXTRA BARRELS. Manufacturer: Merkel Model: O/U Serial No. 57516 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 9/16” Length of Pull: 14” cast off 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (A) (O) .004 (IC) (U) .003 (IC) (B) (O) .055 (Extra Full) (U) .051 (Extra Full) Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (A) (O) .724 (U) .722 (B) (O) .726 (U) .726 Weight: (A) 7 lbs 3 oz. (B) 7 lbs 3 oz. (1962) Two sets of demi-block barrels, both 28” long, marked “1” and “2” on loops. Barrels are fitted with solid, matted ribs, and makers name and address are on left ejector housings. Barrels are stamped with November 1962 East German nitro proofs for 2 - 3/4” chambers and with retailers name, Waffen Frankonia. Coin finished double Kersten sidelock action features automatic safety, hand detachable locks, raised rib tumbler end cocking indicators, and Miller selective trigger with rocking selector switch at front portion. Action and locks are engraved in near full coverage nicely cut large open shaded scroll with some floral highlights on reinforcing bolsters. Steel trigger guard has matching scroll on bow. Well marbled and lightly fiddle figured European walnut round knob pistol grip buttstock measures 14” over Silver type pad. Point pattern checkering is at grip. A vacant gold oval is on toe line. Matching three piece forend with Deeley release services both barrel sets. CONDITION: Very fine, with evidence of considerable field use. Barrels retain over 90% of what appears to be original blue. Action retains nearly all of its coin finish with some evidence of cleaning on bottom. Top lever is silvered on thumbpiece. Trigger guard considerably silvered on bow and tang, retaining approximately 30% blue. Stocks have some newly applied finish over old surface, checkering worn and gummed. Bores are excellent. Barrel set “1” action is somewhat loose with forend removed. Ejectors are out of time. Barrel set “2” is nice and tight, but bottom ejector won’t trip. Trigger appears to work well. MGM147. 2,500 - 4,000

1264 - (C) MAHRHOLDT PETERLONGO BLITZ ACTION EJECTOR OVER UNDER DOUBLE RIFLE IN .30-40 KRAG WITH EXTRA SHOTGUN BARRELS AND CASE. Manufacturer: Mahrholdt Peterlongo Model: Rifle/Shotgun Serial No. 3013.51 Barrel Length: (A) 23 - 5/8” (DR) (B) 27 5/8” (SG) FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 7/16” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4” Cast about 3/8” off. Barrel Wall Thickness: (O) .022 (U) .034 Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (O) .041 (Full) (U) .040 (Full) Gauge: (A) 12 Bore (B) .30-40 Krag Internal Bore Diameter: (O) .726 (U) .0719 Weight: Shotgun 7 lbs 2 oz

(1951) 23 - 5/8” double rifle and 27 - 5/8” double shotgun barrels are both marked with makers name and “INNSBRUCK” on top barrels. Rifle barrels with standing rear sight on solid matted rib, matted ventilated rib on shotgun barrels. Ferlach proofs. Coin finished scallop backed double Kersten Blitz action with game scene engraving of pheasants, ducks, and rabbits. Single non-selective trigger. Streaked walnut capped pistol grip stock with right hand cheekpiece. Ejector three piece forend fits both barrel sets. Housed in pigskin case with metal reinforced corners, lined in green cloth. CONDITION: Fine to very fine, 80-90% barrel blue. Coin finish on action still bright. Refinish on stock has some minor marks. Bores are fine with some light pitting in shotgun. Rifle bores appear to be excellent. Trigger will not set for second shot. Case is good. MGM21. 3,000 - 5,000 86

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1265 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 3200 COMPETITION OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 3200 Serial No. 46054 Barrel Length: 27 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chamber: 3” Choke: Tubes Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .735 Made with low profile matted and ventilated top rib with steel mid and white front beads. Customized stocks and barrels with choke tubes added. Large forend with finger grooves checkered in point pattern with blued and engraved release. Blued receiver with light engraving on sides with gold highlights “COMPETITION”. Bottom of action with model number, and pigeon highlighted in gold. Custom buttstock with checkered cheeks and checkered through the wrist with full knob grip terminates with Red Remington brand pad. Housed in a large Briley steel case with black velvet interior. Included in the case are the choke tubes and original paperwork. CONDITION: Excellent as customized and field used. Retains nearly all custom finish to stocks with minor handling marks. Blue is excellent. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. Case is very good with rub marks. 1,250 - 1,750 1266 - (M) LOT OF THREE: WINCHESTER MODEL SUPER X-1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN, REMINGTON MODEL 11-87 SHOTGUN AND ITHACA MODEL 37 DEERSLAYER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: (A) Winchester (B) Remington (C) Ithaca Model: (A) Super X Model 1 (B) 11-97 (C) M87 Featherlight Serial No. (A) M7024 (B) PC304266 (C) MAG870027579 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 25 1/2” (C) 20” FFL Status: Modern Gauge: (ALL) 12 Bore Lot consists of (A) Winchester Super-X Model 1 12 Bore with plain barrel, choke marked “FULL” and 2 - 3/4” chambers. Large forend with finger grooves is checkered. Blued receiver, polished carrier. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered and terminates with a black Winchester white lined pad. CONDITION: Excellent as field used. Retains nearly all original finish with minor handling marks. (B) Remington Model 11-87 made with 2 - 3/4” chambers, raised matted ventilated rib with white front bead. Large forearm checkered in diamond pattern at center. Buttstock with capped pistol grip is checkered and terminates with a Decelerator brand pad. Blued action. CONDITION: Excellent as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with minor handling marks. (C) Ithaca Model 37 Deerslayer Featherlight. Made with rifled barrel and able to be slam fired. Made with parkerized finish, lined forearm, ramp front sight. Uncheckered butt with capped pistol grip and terminates with an Ithaca brand black waffle pad. CONDITION: Excellent as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal. Mechanics are fine. 1,200 - 1,800 1267 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO BELGIAN A-5 LIGHTWEIGHT SHOTGUNS - 12 & 20 BORE SET. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (A) Light Twenty (B) Light Twelve Serial No. (A) 69Z39803 (B) 63991 Barrel Length: (A) 27 “ (B) 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: (A) 14 - 1/8” to plate (B) 14 - 1/2” to plate Chamber: (BOTH) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (A) Improved (B) Full Gauge: (A) 20 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge Lot consists of (A) Light 20 features 27” vent rib barrel. Made in 1969. Blue finish with high gloss checkered walnut stock with square knob. CONDITION: 98% overall with light handling marks. Mirror bore. Beautiful light 20. (B) Light 12 features 28” vent rib barrel. Made in 1957. Blue finish with high gloss checkered walnut stock with round knob. CONDITION: 98% overall with light handling marks. Mirror bore. Another beauty. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 2,000 - 2,500 87 www.MorphyAuctions.com | September 10, 2019


1268 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON 1100 AND 870 SEMI AUTOMATIC SHOTGUNS WITH CASES. Manufacturer: (A & B) Remington Model: (A) 1100 (B) 870 Serial No. (A) DU811427 (B) DU822738 Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 1/2” (B) 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (BOTH) 3” Choke: (BOTH) Fixed Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (A) Remington 870 pump “Ducks Unlimited” “Atlantic Edition” entitled “The River”. Blued receiver with Gold flying duck medallion and floral design on right side of frame. “Ducks Unlimited Atlantic Edition” on left. Fancy walnut stocks with checkered forearm and checkered pistol grip buttstock with Remington logo vented pad. Comes with plastic hard case and instructions. (B) Remington 1100 semi-auto “Ducks Unlimited” “ Atlantic Edition” entitled “The Chesapeake”. Blued receiver with Gold flying duck medallion and floral design on right side of frame. “Ducks Unlimited Atlantic Edition” on the left. Fancy walnut stocks with checkered forearm and checkered pistol grip buttstock with Remington logo vented pad. Comes with plastic hard case and instructions. CONDITION: (A) Like new with small handling marks. (B) Like new with small handling marks. 1,000 - 1,400

1269 - (M) LOT OF 2: BROWNING BPS AND B-80 SEMI AUTOMATIC SHOTGUNS WITH CASES. Manufacturer: (A) Browning (B) Browning Model: (A) BPS (B) B-80 Serial No. (A) 84DU1427 (B) 83DU1427 Barrel Length: (A) 27 - 1/2” (B) 29” FFL Status: Modern Choke: (A) Invector (B) Fixed Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (A) “Ducks Unlimited” Browning BPS “Pacific Edition” entitled “The Coastal”. Gold duck medallion on left side with Browning BPS and “The Coastal” with floral engraving. “Ducks Unlimited Pacific Edition” on right with floral engraving. Blued receiver, vent rib, gold trigger and invector choke. Walnut stocks with checkered forearm and checkered pistol grip with Browning logo vent pad. Comes with hardcase and instructions. (B) “Ducks Unlimited” Browning “B-80” semi-auto shotgun “Central Edition” entitled “The Plains”. Gold duck medallion on left side with Browning B-80 and “The Plains” with floral engraving. “Ducks Unlimited Central Edition” on right with floral engraving. Blued receiver, vent rib, gold trigger and fixed choke. Walnut stocks with checkered forearm and pistol grip checkered buttstock with Browning ventilated pad. Comes with hardcase. CONDITION: (A) Like new with small handling marks. (B) Like new with light handling marks. 900 - 1,300

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1270 - (C) LOT OF 3: HUNTING SHOTGUNS AND COLLECTIBLE DECORATIVE PIECE. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Stevens (C) Model Gun Corporation Model: (A) 17 (B) 94 (C) MP40 Serial No. (A) 30088 (B) NSN (C) 2639 Barrel Length: (A) 27 - 1/2” (B) 18 - 1/2” (C) 13” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chamber: (A) (B) 2 - 3/4” (C) Non Gun Choke: (A) Full (B) (C) Non Gun Gauge: (A) 20 (B) 12 (C) Non Gun Lot consists of: (A) Fine, classic, pre-war Remington Model 17 slide action shotgun. Chambered in 20 gauge marked for a full choke. The Model 17 was manufactured in 20 gauge only, from 1917-1933. Features plain barrel with single bead, blue finish, round grooved forend, plain pistol groove walnut stock, and has a dilapidated old red waffle pad (needs replacement). CONDITION: Barrel retains approximately 85-90% original blue, as does frame with some average scattered age freckling. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent. Usual minor handling marks, but does need a new recoil pad. Action is fine with shiny bore. A new pad would produce a fine, classic 20 bore. (B) Stevens Model 94B single barrel 12 gauge with tennite stock. CONDITION: This shotgun is being offered for parts only. Barrel has been cut and is heavily corroded. The case colored frame shows great colors but has salt and pepper age spots. Tennite stock is complete, not cracked, but has numerous scratches. Has a decent bore and action works properly. Might be a good barn gun. Gun (C) Model Gun Corporation MP40, never designed to be fired. It imitates the look and feel of an MP40 while not running into firearm laws. This is being sold strictly as a World War II type decorative item. 500 - 800

1271 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE QUALITY 12 BORE SHOTGUNS Manufacturer: (A) Winchester; (B) Remington; (C) Ithaca Model: (A) 12; (B) 1100; (C) 37 Deerslayer Serial No. (A) 1792040; (B) M008889V; (C) 918456 Barrel Length: (A) 30”; (B) 26”; (C) 26” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (B) 2- 3/4” (C) 2 3/4” Choke: (A) Full (B) Improved Cylinder Gauge: (ALL) 12 Bore Lot consists of (A) Winchester Model 12 (1959). This is the 30” Super X 3” full choke model. Features plain barrel, takedown, blue finish with plain pistol grip walnut stock and a Winchester solid red pad. CONDITION: 95% plus original blue finish with some high edge wear and a few freckles. The wood is excellent. Fine bore and action. (B) Remington Model 1100. Improved cylinder, vent rib barrel, blue finish, semi-automatic 12 bore with high gloss press checkered walnut stock and plastic buttplate. CONDITION: The frame has wear all around the high edges, the barrel is 98%, wood shows some use. Fine bore and action. This gun has been used but still good shooter. (C) Ithaca Model 37 Deer Slayer. This is a featherweight slide action fitted with rifle sighted barrel, filled rear sight and a frame sight installed. Blue finish and checkered pistol grip walnut stock with Ithaca waffle pad. CONDITION: 98% original factory blue finish. Wood is sharp with a bit of oil darkening at butt. Fine bore and action. 1,000 - 1,500

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1272 - (C) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (ALL) 1897 Serial No. (A) 377434 (B) 994354 (C) 601027 Barrel Length: (ALL) 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chamber: (ALL) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (ALL) Full Gauge: (ALL) 12 Bore Lot consists of: (A) Manufactured 1908. Features 30” barrel with full choke. Square knob walnut stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate (broken) 80% barrel blue that is drifting. 60% frame blue blending to gun metal gray. Walnut stock is proud to metal with no cracks and its original varnish mostly intact with numerous impressions. (B) Manufactured 1954. Square knob walnut stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate, flat bottom ribbed forearm. CONDITION: Walnut stock is excellent, proud to metal, and not cracked. Metal is basically grey patina with sharp legends. Mirror bore and fine action. (C) Manufactured 1917. Square knob walnut stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: 80-85% overall original blue finish on both barrel and frame with balance drifting to soft patina. Wood is excellent, proud to metal with just light impressions. Mirror bore and fine action. This is the gem of the lot but all three are good solid goods worthy of further use. All three are standard takedown models. The exposed hammer Model 1897 Winchester shotgun was a mechanical update from the original Model 1893 and went on to become one of the most beloved and widely produced pump action shotguns of the 20th century rivaled only by the Company’s hammerless Model 1912. 1,200 - 1,600

1273 - (M) BOXED DELUXE WINCHESTER LIMITED EDITION MODEL 12 20 BORE SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 12 Serial No. WMT0626 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Improved Cylinder Gauge: 20 Bore This high grade limited edition Model 12 featuring 26” vent ribbed barrel, deluxe oil finished walnut stocks with fiery grain with deluxe checkering and pistol grip cap. The frame features a gold border around the perimeter with fine scroll engraved sides and gold game scenes. CONDITION: As new, with sticker on left side of frame. 1,500 - 2,500

1274 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN IN .410 BORE WITH SIMMONS VENT RIB (1960). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 42 Serial No. 137497 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 3” Choke: Marked “MOD” Gauge: .41 Weight: 6lbs 80z Made with raised matted Simmons ventilated rib and fluorescent orange front bead. Checkered forearm. Blued action. Capped pistol grip but is checkered in two point pattern and terminates with a Winchester hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent showing little use. Retains nearly all blued finish with minor wear at high points. Stocks are excellent with only minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 800 - 1,200 90

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1275 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO CLASSIC PRE-WAR SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUNS, ONE REMINGTON AND ONE WINCHESTER. Manufacturer: (A) Remington; (B) Winchester Model: (A) Model 29; (B) Model 12 Serial No. (A) 16004; (B) 699464 Barrel Length: (A) 26â&#x20AC;?; (B) 26â&#x20AC;? FFL Status: Curio & Relic Choke: (A) Modified (B) Modified Gauge: (A) 12 Bore; (B) 16 Bore Lot consists of (A) Pre-War Remington Model 29. Only available from 1929-33 and only offered in 12 bore. Takedown with blue finish, pistol grip stock with hand checkering, and Remington composition buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains the majority of its reapplied blue finish. Stocks are excellent with some added finish. It has a clean shiny bore and good action. (B) Winchester Model 12, 16 bore. Made in 1936. Model 12 hammerless 16 bore with blue finish and plain pistol grip walnut stock with a composition Winchester buttplate. CONDITION: Frame retains approximately 70% original factory blue that is worn to patina around the carry points and areas. The barrel and tube retain about 90% factory blue. Stocks are excellent with usual handling marks. A quality used but well cared for classic 16 bore Winchester with a fine bore and action 750 - 1,000

1276 - DUMMY WWII NAZI GERMAN MG34 MACHINE GUN WITH ANTI-AIRCRAFT TRIPOD. Built utilizing original parts on a solid aluminum receiver with Bakelite stock, brown leather sling, bipod, and standard sights. 936 code on parts, dated 1940. Accompanied by an anti-aircraft tripod and mount. CONDITION: Retains 85% finish. Markings are clear. Tripod has some light surface rust. Makes for a great display item. GR 500 - 1,000

1277 - DUMMY WWII BRITISH LANCHESTER SMG. Assembled using original parts on a solid aluminum receiver. Accompanied by an original 50 round magazine. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain a pleasing patina with some light surface rust here and there. Bore condition cannot be determined. Wood stock has some dings, handling marks, and is cracked just ahead of the trigger guard. Markings on the magazine housing are worn but present. Magazine has good spring tension. GR. 500 - 1,000

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1278 - LOT OF 5: UNFIRED UBURTI WORKING MINIATURE COLT REVOLVERS. Quality built collection of miniature Colt working model revolvers including 1851 Navy, 4-3/4” Colt Single Action Army, 3” Colt Single Action Army Sheriffs Model, Colt Single Action Army US Cavalry Model, and Colt Buntline. The Sheriffs Model and Buntline are nickle finish while others are blue and case colored. CONDITION: All are in like new and housed in a glass top display case. 2,000 - 3,000

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1279 - LOT OF EIGHT BRICKS OF COLLECTIBLE .22 AMUNITION. Lot consists of eight bricks of .22 ammunition. (A) Western SUPER X .22 short. (B) Winchester SUPER SPEED .22 short. (C) Winchester SUPER SPEED .22 long. (D) Remington STANDARED VELOCITY KLEANBORE .22 long rifle. (E) FEDERAL Lightning .22 Long Rifle. (F) Western SUPER-MATCH MARK III .22 long rifle. (G) WINCHESTER SUPER-X .22 long rifle high velocity. (H) Western Super-X .22 long rifle (H.P.) CONDITION; All bricks are full and correct. Seven of the bricks are mint showing just a bit of edge wear and scuffing. The Western SUPER-MATCH MARK III .22 long rifle is missing one end flap and has some scotch tape at one end. The edge wear is more pronounced on this brick. But still a harder brick to find. They all display well. 1,000 - 1,400

1280 - LOT OF TWENTY ONE COLLECTIBLE .22 RIMFIRE AMUNITION BOXES. Lot consists of twenty one boxes. (A) Remington KLEANBORE .22 Winchester Automatic. (B) Remington KLEANBORE .22 Winchester. (C) Winchester .22 Automatic two piece box. (D) U.S. Cartridge co. .22 NRA long rifle Lesmok. (E) Western Cartridge Company .22 Long Rifle. Two piece box. Partial 30 rounds. (F) Winchester .22 Short SMOKELESS with the STETSONS Pat mark. Two piece box. (G) Winchester .22 Short SMOKELESS with the STETSONS Pat mark. Two piece box. (H) Peters .22 short rimfire two piece box. (I) Peters .22 long shot rimfire two piece box. Partial box 41 rounds (J) Peters .22 long rifle rimfire two piece box. (K) Union Metallic Cartridge Co. B.B. Caps two piece box. Partial 10 rounds. (L) The Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 short. Partial with one round. (M) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 short LESMOK. (N) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 short LESMOK. (O) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 short LESMOK. (P) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 short LESMOK. (Q) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 short LESMOK. (R) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 long LESMOK. (S) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 long LESMOK.(T) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 long rifle LESMOK. (U) Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Two piece box .22 long rifle LESMOK. CONDITION; All boxes are full and correct unless stated. Some are factory sealed. some show edge wear and scuffing. A few have partial labels. 1,000 - 1,500 92

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1281 - LOT OF FOUR MINT ANTIQUE AMUNITION BOXES Lot consists of: (A) Tan two piece box with green top label with an orange side label with the rampant Colt on it. Winchester .38 LONG Colt black powder 150 grain lead bullet CENTER FIRE CARTRIDGES. Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company New Haven, Conn. U.S.A. CONDITION: Box is factory sealed and mint. It has just one very small spot of edge wear. Hard to upgrade this box. (B) Tan two piece box with green top label and tan side label. CARTRIDGES for WINCHESTER .32 CAL. RIFLES. Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company New Haven, Conn. U.S.A. CONDITION: Full and correct box. Top label has some chipping and there is some staining on the lower part of box. Box has some staining and a bit of edge wear. (C) Tan two piece box with green top and side labels. .22 WINCHESTER 50 CENTRAL FIRE CARTRIDGES’” Remington Arms - Union Metallic Cartridge Co. CONDITION: Box is factory sealed and very minty showing just a few small places of edge wear. (D) Tan two piece box with light blue labels. “50 .22 WIN 50 CENTRAL FIRE CARTRIDGES .22 WINCHESTER C.F.” Manufactured by the Peters Cartridge Co. Cincinnati OH. U.S.A. CONDITION: Box is factory sealed. Minty box with just a hint of edge wear. 1,000 - 1,500 1282 - LOT OF FOUR: FOUR BOXES OF .25 STEVENS LONG RIMFIRE CXARTRIDGES. Lot consists of: (A) Tan two piece box with green top and side labels. “.25 STEVENS R.F. 50 CARTRIDGES” Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. CONDITION: Near mint factory sealed box. (B) Tan two piece box with green top and side labels. “50 .25 CAL. STEVENS RIM. FIRE. 50 CARTRIDGES” The Union Metallic Cartridge Co. CONDITION: Near mint factory sealed box. (C) Tan two piece box with green top and orange side labels. “50 WINCHESTER 50, TRADE MARK, .25 CALIBER STEVENS, RIM FIRE CARTRIDGES. Manufactured by the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. New Haven, Conn., U.S.A. Box is factory sealed. CONDITION: Shows some chipping on the top label some edge wear and a couple of small stains on the top label. (D) Tan two piece box with green, red and yellow top and side labels. “PETERS .25 STEVENS R.F., CARTRIDGES SEMI-SMOKELESS POWDER, THE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO., CINCINATTI O. U.S.A.” Box is factory sealed. CONDITION: Shows a bit of edge wear and some chipping on the labels. 1,000 - 1,500

1283 - MOST ATTRACTIVE CONTEMPORARY 1/10TH SCALE MODEL OF THE FAMOUS WIDOW BLAKELY CANNON. Used by the Confederates in the Defense of Vicksburg. During the battle, a shell exploded and the Confederates later cut away the damaged end and used the cannon as a mortar. Heavy iron barrel measuring 10” overall and 1-1/2” at muzzle; .75 caliber. Serial No. 12. Great attention to detail, mounted on beautiful oak and steel sledge. This is a most attractive and well executed cannon model, sure to please and grace the desk of any Civil War enthusiast. Base measures 21-1/2” x 8-1/2”. 1,500 - 2,000

1284 - J. STEVENS NO 368 RIFLE SCOPE WITH NO. 8 MOUNTS - CIRCA 1911. Beautiful early Stevens target scope stamped No. 368 that measures 19” in length, 3/4” tube, standard crosshairs with clear optics, 6x with the Stevens No. 8 adjustable mounts. CONDITION: Retains 90% original factory blue. This scope was available circa 1911. 700 - 900

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1285 - J. STEVENS NO. 161 TARGET RIFLE SCOPE - CIRCA 1911. This beautiful scope features Winchester patent 1907 grasshopper adjustable rear mount and 1907 front mount used with the A5 and B5 scopes. The scope measures 28-1/4” in length, has a 3/4” tube, standard crosshairs with clear optics. CONDITION: 95% original factory blue finish. 700 - 1,000

1286 - PAIR OF WORLD WAR I & WORLD WAR II COLT MODEL 1911 SQUAD CLEANING KITS. These are government issue so called squad cleaning kits made for the Model 1911. Each metal carry case is embossed with US logo on top. The early set dating to World War I has ten brass rods, oiler, and tin. The World War II kit has the same style and number of equipment but the rods and tins were no longer made of brass. Each near mint set comes with some brass cleaning brushes as well. Great display set for your US Model 1911 collection. 500 - 800

1287 - HUGE M14 AND M1 CARBINE MAGAZINE LOT. Lot consists of: 15 wrapped M14 magazines, five Unwrapped, 27 wrapped large capacity M1 Carbine magazines, 17 wrapped small capacity M1 Carbine magazines, 21 unwrapped M1 large capacity, 13 small capacity, five rubber mag caps, two bags of springs, and four canvas mag pouches. 500 - 1,000

1288 - A DESIRABLE LOT OF POLYTECH PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, MAJORITY SEALED. Lot includes four complete AK Front sight housings with front sight base and bayonet, one spring replacement kit, one sealed bayonet, six slant muzzle brakes, ten pistol grips, nine wood with crosshatch checkering and one plastic with checkering, one folding stock in packaging, six AK-47 magazines, two packages of five sealed magazines, two marked “POLY/CHINA”, two unmarked, two marked “CHINA”, one small sealed magazine, two slings, one oil bottle, one sealed matched pair of forearm wood and upper handguard, six wooden upper handguards, nine wooden handguards, three pistol grip attachment bolts. CONDITION: Most items are still factory sealed and those that are not appear to have been removed from packaging as demonstration pieces, with just a few handling marks. 500 - 1,000

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1289 - ENORMOUS LOT OF HOLSTERS, MOSTLY SIG AND WALTHER. Includes numerous holsters with the overwhelming majority being SigTac OEM holsters for numerous models. A few other manufacturers appear to be present including IWI Defense, De Santis Gunhide, and iTac Defense. Vast majority of holsters appear to be for Sig and Walther handguns, some allow for lights and have different retention levels. CONDITION: Most are still in original shell packaging, some in plastic bag packaging. Items are functionally as new. 500 - 1,000

1290 - MASSIVE LOT OF ASSORTED RIFLE MAGAZINES. Includes magazines from Magpul, Sig Sauer, HC3R, and other manufacturers. Vast majority of magazines are for AR and AK platforms, with some others mixed in. Numerous calibers observed, including .22 LR, .223, 7.62x39, and 7.62x51. CONDITION: Many magazines are in original packaging, others have been removed. Some items show extensive wear. 500 - 1,000

1291 - HUGE LOT OF ASSORTED MAGAZINES FOR RIFLES AND PISTOLS. Includes OEM magazines for companies such as FNH USA, Walther, Glock, CZ, and Sig Sauer. Calibers vary from Kel-Tec PMR-30 magazines in .22 WMR to Walther PPQ magazines in .45 ACP. CONDITION: Most magazines are still in original plastic shell packaging. Some magazines are in plastic bags or loose but are still very good to as new. 500 - 1,000

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1292 - ONEIDA NEWHOUSE NO. 150 BEAR TRAP. Measures 27” in length. In 1925, Oneida sold the trapmaking division to Animal Trap Company of America, Lititz, PA, where the Newhouse bear traps were continued in limited production through 1976. The raised letter pan now read Oneida Newhouse Reg.U.S. Pat. Off. Made in U.S.A., Animal Trap Co. Lititz, PA; they were made in sizes No. 6, No. 5, No.15, No. 50 and No. 150. This is a post 1925 Lititz PA stamped model 150. CONDITION: Metal is basically a light brown rust color. 800 - 1,200

1293 - 1910 NOBEL’S EXPLOSIVE CO. BALLISTITE & EMPIRE SHOTGUN POWDERS FRAMED ADVERTISING SIGN. This dated advertising piece was put out by the Nobels Explosive Co. that was a German chemical and weapons company whose headquarters is in Troisdorf, Germany. It was founded in 1865 by Alfred Nobel. In 1876, Nobel’s company became a limited liability company and was renamed Dynamit AG. Dynamit Nobel grew by acquiring smaller competitor companies to become the biggest explosive manufacturer in Europe. They are also credited with the invention of dynamite, the single most important invention as it relates to mining and road construction. The poster features the lovely Nobel girl as she was known, armed with her trusty double and clutching a pheasant. A fabulous stone litho that measures 13 - 1/2” by 25” not counting the vintage period frame. CONDITION: Aside from some minor age spotting, this poster is in excellent all original condition with no inpainting of any kind. Nor is there any fading, tears or folds. A brilliant gunpowder advertising poster and, as always, any such ad featuring a female is desirable. This sign is framed behind glass and is on thick card stock. It has some soiling and should be professionally cleaned. There is no other signs of wear and this piece displays well above average. 750 - 1,500

1294 - RARE CIRCA 1875 UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE BOARD This is a very rare board indeed. Unfortunately, it needs some expert restoration. We found an image (included) that shows this board with 91 cartridges and 11 primer viewers. This board is missing all 11 primer groups and has 78 of the 91 total cartridges (including paper shells and concentrator). The board is warped and there is a 2x3 section of paper missing at top done in gold writing which could be restored using the enclosed image as to words and style. Flattening the board would be a job for an expert as would the needed inpainting. Once done and framed, would be spectacular. That said, there is a couple thousand dollars worth of rare cartridges intact including the .750 Gatling round. Some of the missing rounds will be a bit tough to find and may take a while and we have listed those we could read on the print-out for your convenience. This board would also be invaluable if you have a board that is missing some of these rare cartridges. With some concerted effort, this could be brought back to life and increased value. 1,500 - 2,500

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1295 - LOT OF 2: ENGLISH BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOLS, ONE BY SHARPE, THE OTHER WITH LOCK MARKED A.W. SPIES. Manufacturer: (A) Sharpe (B) A.W. Spies Model: (A) Flint Trade (B) Brass Barrel Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .57 (B) .60 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 9” (B) 9” FFL Status: Antique (A) Round barrel marked extra proof SHARPE. The flat lock marked SHARPE. Flat lock with replaced cock. Walnut full stock, brass furniture. (B) Octagonal brass barrel, bolted lock, walnut full stock, simple brass furniture. CONDITION: (A) Good overall, except poor replacement cock. Action functions. Stock with no significant damage. (B) Crisply functioning lock, stock with minor split behind tail, frizzen is reshod. Bore of Sharpe is poor, bore of Spies is fair. 1,500 - 2,500 1296 - (A) RARE JOSEPH HENRY MODEL 1807-1808 FLINTLOCK SECONDARY MARTIAL PISTOL. Manufacturer: J. Henry Model: 1808 Martial Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique Round barrel is deeply struck with a P at breech end. CONDITION: Good, possibly retaining some original lacquer brown. The bolted stepped lock marked J. Henry (J. obscured). Swan neck cock, well-formed frizzen, brass furniture corresponding to 1808 contract, with some minor variation. Walnut full stock with no military inspector marks but in good condition throughout with fine patina. Action is excellent. Bore is fine. Although not corresponding exactly to Flayderman’s specifications, this could be a very rare example of this scarce model. 1,500 - 2,500 1297 - (A) RARE C. ROBBINS MODEL 1826 PISTOL. Manufacturer: C. Robbins Model: 1826 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique This is one of 2 known examples of these very rare guns. Made by C. Robbins of Tioga, New York. Lock is most likely an English import due to the roller frizzen spring and waterproof pan. Lock is marked “C. ROBBINS”. Iron mounted, with the exception of the brass lock screw escutcheon. Barrel is unmarked. Cherrywood stock. Swivel ram rod. This is the exact gun both described and pictured on pages 314 & 315 of Historic Pistols: The American Martial Flintlock 1760-1845 by Smith & Bitter. This is also the exact gun pictured on page 347 of the 9th Edition of Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms. PROVENANCE: Ex- J.M. Wertenberger Collection. CONDITION: Gun retains a pleasing patina overall with some areas of old rust and pitting. Bore is pitted. Wood has some dings and scratches, crack in the left side of the grip. Hammer will only sit at half cock, does not engage at full. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 2,000 - 2,500 1298 - (A) SCARCE ORIGINAL FLINT S. NORTH 1826 US NAVY PISTOL, 1828. Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1826 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with belt hook on the left side. 1828 dated. Original flint. 3,000 of these were made, many were converted to percussion during the years leading up to the Civil War. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall, some areas of minor pitting. All markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks, very minor chip missing from the front of the lockplate. Good cartouche on the left side of the stock. Bore has some light pitting. Fine mechanical function. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 3,000 - 4,000

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1299 - (A) RARE H. YOUNG NEW YORK MILITIA FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: H. Young Model: Flintlock Pistol Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique British proofs on barrel. The lock is marked “H/YOUNG”. Mr. Young was an importer in New York operating with that company name from 1820-1830. Brass mounted. These are often referred to as secondary martial pistols. Many times these will be found with “NEW YORK” engraved on the top of the barrel, this gun does not have that marking. Iron barrel. These pistols are referenced on page 312 of HISTORIC PISTOLS; The American Martial Flintlock 1760-1845 by Smith & Bitter. CONDITION: All metal surface retain a pleasing patina, with the lock and barrel having been lightly cleaned some time in the past. Markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Bore has light pitting. Tang and grip cap screw appear to be period replacements. Good mechanical function. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1300 - (A) A MODEL 1836 US SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL BY A.H. WATERS DATED 1843. Manufacturer: Waters Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel is stamped NWP, P (Nathan W. Patch). CONDITION: Barrel is polished over old minor pitting, obscuring inspectors’ mark. Crisp Waters markings and eagle head. All small parts original. Stock with some over-varnish, however JH and WAT cartouches are clearly visible. Tang screw retains original bluing. Action is crisp as new. Bore is fine. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500 1301 - (A) AN INTERESTING US MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY R. JOHNSON DATED 1842 WITH A BELT HOOK. Manufacturer: Robert Johnson Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique There are three of these pistols known to exist that have been tinned and have a belt hook. In his book “US Military Small Arms” by Riley, he mentions that some were tinned, possibly for Naval use. Of standard configuration throughout except for the addition of a serviceable belt hook and tinned finish. The barrel is stamped US, JCB over P. The lock stamped “US, Robert Johnson Middtn CONN 1842”. CONDITION: Barrel is polished bright. Steel mounts polished bright over pitting. Belt hook is consistent with the rest of the steel mounts. No visible cartouche on wood. Some raised grain remaining. Action is excellent. Bore is excellent. An interesting period alteration, possibly for naval use. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500 1302 - (A) MODEL 1842 US FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY A. WATERS, MILBURY MASS, NO EAGLE ON LOCK PLATE. Manufacturer: Asa Waters Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The pistol is of standard configuration, with barrel stamped US, EB over P. The lock plate is stamped “A. WATERS MILBURY MASS 1842”. Walnut stock with B inspector’s stamp but no cartouche. CONDITION: Barrel is polished bright over very minor pitting. Lock is fine throughout, with no significant pitting. Steel furniture is polished bright. Bore is fine. The stock is full dimension, with some raised grain and minor chipping forward of barrel band on left side. Action is sticky and will not stay on full cock. A more than acceptable specimen of this attractive US martial flintlock pistol. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 2,000 98

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1303 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK US MARTIAL PISTOL BY ASA WATERS, DATED 1842. Manufacturer: Waters Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Pistol is all original throughout, in standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel with only minor pitting. Lock with some staining and no significant pitting. Walnut stock with excellent “JH” cartouches. Mounts have been cleaned but are not pitted. Action is tight as new. All lock parts are original. Stirrup ramrod. Bore is excellent. A good example of the last of the US flintlock martial pistols with a particularly fine stock. 800 - 1,200 1304 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1819 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY NORTH DATED 1822. Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1819 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Antique

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Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel shows deeply struck “P” over “US” at breech. Lock with “S. North, Middn Conn” and dated 1822. Push-on half-cock safety. CONDITION: In clean condition with fairly sharp markings. Walnut stock is heavily worn, with only traces of cartouche. A 2-1/2” strip of new wood is on the extreme right side toward stirrup rammer. Some splits and damage around lock mortise. The vestiges of cartouche remain. Top jaw has been replaced. Action is crisp. Bore is fair. A representative specimen of this model. 800 1,200 1305 - (A) US MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY JOHNSON. Manufacturer: Johnson Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The Model 1836 was the last US Martial pistol made using the flintlock mechanism. About 41,000 were manufactured between 1836 and 1844 by Asa Waters and Robert Johnson. This was the standard issue pistol for the Mexican War and many were converted to percussion for later use during the American Civil War. Round smoothbore steel barrel with traces of inspector markings near breech. Small brass half moon front sight and oval rear sight on tang. Flat beveled lockplate with rounded tail section, stamped in the center “U.S./R. JOHNSON/MIDDN. CONN/1844”, brass pan and reinforced cock. Standard Model 1836 steel furniture and swivel type ramrod with button plunger. Plain walnut half-stock with inspector cartouche “WAT” for William A. Thornton. CONDITION: Good. Barrel and furniture retain a freckled light grey patina with scattered light pitting. Lock reconverted. Stock with some scattered chips and minor cracks. This model is considered by many collectors to be the best made, best looking, and best performing flintlock martial pistol produced. 700 - 1,000 1306 - (A) LOT OF TWO: A BRACE OF US MODEL 1842 SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION MARTIAL PISTOL BY HENRY ASTON, BOTH WITH DESIRABLE MEXICAN WAR DATE 1847 IN A PERIOD FRENCH STYLE FITTED CASE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Aston Model: (BOTH) 1842 Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration throughout, with smooth gray metal on barrel. US over JPH on breech. Barrel tang dated 1847. CONDITION: Lock has smooth gray patina and excellent markings, dated 1847. Brass mounts, stock with crisp WAT cartouche and no significant damage. One minuscule tight crack extends half an inch beyond tail of lock. Bore is good. (B) With smooth polished metal on barrel. US over JPH and dated 1847 on breech. Lock with smooth gray patina dated 1847. CONDITION: Stock is very crisp, with JH cartouche as well as WAT cartouche. Butt cap with minor marks. Actions on both pistols is very crisp. Bore is brilliant. There are many Aston pistol, but few have Mexican War dates, and to find a cased brace is very unusual. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500

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1307 - (A) DERINGER MODEL 1842 NAVY BOX LOCK PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Deringer Model: 1842 Box Lock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Standard model 1842 box lock Navy pistol as made by Deringer. Marked on the lock “DERINGER/ PHILADELPHIA”. Marked on the barrel towards the breach with “DERINGER” also “RP” as well as a “P” in a circle. Smoothbore. CONDITION: Barrel retains a good amount of what appears to be original brown finish. Brass has a mellow patina to it. Markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Fine mechanical function. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 1,000 - 2,000 1308 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLLECTOR’S LOT CONSISTING OF AN UNMARKED SIX SHOT ENGLISH PEPPERBOX AND A BRASS FRAME SIDEHAMMER PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL SIGNED EGG, LONDON. Manufacturer: (A) Egg of London (B) Unmarked Model: (A) Percussion Single Shot (B) Pepperbox Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .48 Smoothbore (B) .35 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/2” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Sidehammer percussion pistol with engraved brass frame, blued octagonal barrel, signed on top flat Egg, London. Checkered bag grip with German silver escutcheon, blue trigger guard. Egg was one of the most famous and iconic of all gun makers in England at the time and renowned throughout the world CONDITION: Retains considerable traces of original bright blue on barrel, trigger guard, and hammer. Action is stiff but functional. Checkered grip retains some original varnish, good checkering. Bores are fair. (B) Pepperbox of characteristic form with double action and bar hammer with rudimentary engraving, checkered grips. Butt period engraved “W.G. Tacey, Surgeon, Bradford”. CONDITION: Good, action operates properly. Patinated throughout with raised rust on one barrel, will clean. Grips slightly undersized but rate good. Bores are fair. An interesting lot for the collector of 19th century English pistols and further research on Surgeon Tacey should prove rewarding. It is a good guess that he was a military surgeon and this was his personal side-arm. 2,000 - 3,000 1309 - (A) LOT OF TWO: FRENCH MODEL 1837 MARINE PISTOLS BY M.R. DE CHATELLERAULT. Manufacturer: M.R. de Chatellerault Model: (Both) Percussion Serial No. (Both) NSN Caliber/Bore: (Both) .62 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (Both) 6” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of a pair of French 1837 Marine Pistols. Includes belt hooks and stirrup rammers. Back action lock signed “M.F.R. De Chatellerault” and breech tangs marked “M 1837”. CONDITIONS: The locks and barrels retain some original bright polish with minor staining. Belt hooks are crisp, brass furniture in good condition throughout. Actions are crisp, bore are good. Walnut stocks with scattered dents and mars from military storage. The classic 19th century French marine service pistols. 800 - 1,200 1310 - (A) A SCARCE 1842 “FLAT LOCK” WATERS SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION MARTIAL PISTOL. Manufacturer: A.H. Waters Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration, with iron butt cap and brass trigger guard. Stirrup rammer. Barrel stamped US, JHP. The flat lock with “(Eagle) / AH Waters Co. / Milbury Mass / 1848.” CONDITION: The barrel is polished bright over old pitting. Markings are crisp. The lock is polished. Stock is in good condition, with tiny inspector’s mark WD(?). Hammer will not hold on cock. Bore is very good. Flayderman refers to these flat lock Waters as “an enigma, as it is not officially adopted or issued arm, but a distinct model belonging in any collection of US martial pistols.” From the Robert Sadler Collection. 750 - 1,500 100

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1311 - (A) A MID 19TH CENTURY OTTOMAN PERCUSSION GUN STOCK BLUNDERBUSS PISTOL. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Percussion Blunderbuss Caliber/Bore: 1 - 3/4” at muzzle Barrel Length: 10” The finely made Damascus barrel with with 1 - 3/4” bell mouth, plain breech, front action, bolted lock, Ottoman style arabesque engraving, highly figured circassian walnut full stock of rifle form with bone buttplate. Steel trigger guard in English manner engraved en suite with lock. CONDITION: Barrel is fine with clear and most attractive Damascus pattern throughout. Lock is lightly patinated with some very minor pitting around bolster of breech. Stock with minor marks and small fragment missing from left side of barrel, otherwise very good. Action is crisp. Bore is fair. A very attractive blunderbuss pistol. 600 - 800 1312 - (A) A US PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL BY N. P. AMES USN, DATED 1845. Manufacturer: Ames Model: Boxlock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel retains considerable traces of original lacquer brown. Marked USN 1844 RPP. The lock with inside hammer marks N.P. Ames, Springfield MASS USN 1845. CONDITION: Markings slightly weak but no serious pitting. Brass mounts, stirrup rammer. Figured walnut three-quarter stock with some wear, minor marks, and no visible cartouche. Action is crisp. Bore is fair. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 600 - 800 1313 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT 2ND GENERATION 1ST MODEL DRAGOON AND COLT 2ND GENERATION 1847 WALKER. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1st Model Dragoon (B) 1847 Walker Serial No. (A) 31905 (B) 32312 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 9” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) 2nd Generation Colt 1st Model Dragoon with one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. (B) 1847 2nd Generation Colt Walker with one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. Both guns come in original black Colt Black Powder Series 2nd Generation boxes with all factory paperwork. 1,000 - 1,600 1314 - (A) ADAMS PATENT 1851 .52 CALIBER PERCUSSION REVOLVER RETAILED BY ALEX THOMSON, EDINBURGH. Manufacturer: Adams Model: Percussion Revolver Serial No. 30382 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Octagon barrel. Right side of frame marked “Adams Patent No. 30382B”, left side of frame marked “Adams/1851/Patent”. Top strap marked “ALEX B THOMSON 16 UNION PLACE EDINBURGH”. Rear of cylinder numbered 8027. Frame stamped “I. Brazier” in very small letters near trigger guard. Front strap numbered 802, with first half of 8 obscured. Checkered one piece wood grips. Standard British proofs on barrel and chambers. Grip screws with a floral motif. Butt with trap. CONDITION: Good. Cylinder and trigger guard have been reblued. Balance is a pleasing mix of gunmetal and brown patination. Front of frame shows marks from an ambitious cleaning. Operates properly, bore has visible rifling with areas of roughness and pitting. One barrel flat has line from cylinder pin. Legends are legible, but somewhat soft. Grips are good, revarnished, with softened checkering. A nice Scottish retailed Adams. 3,000 - 3,500

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1315 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE COLT SECOND GENERATION BLACK POWDER REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Colt Model: (A) 1860 Army; (B) 1860 Army Fluted; (C) 1851 Navy Serial No. (A) 210579; (B) 208664; (C) 19825 Caliber/Bore: (A&B) .44 Rifled; (C) .38 Rifled Barrel Length: (A&B) 8”; (C) 7-1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of an 1851 Navy and two 1860 Army revolvers. One 1860 is long flute model and the other is a US model. All have the traditional blue and case colors with walnut grips. CONDITION: All three are in near new condition inside and outside. No boxes or paperwork. 1,200 - 1,800 1316 - (A) COLT HERITAGE EDITION 2ND GENERATION 1847 WALKER PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Heritage Walker Serial No. 675 Caliber/Bore: .44 Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique C Company No. 675 with one piece walnut grips, blue and case color finish, and gold banner with inscription “The Colt Heritage Commemorative” along with gold busts of Samuel Walker and Samuel Colt. Complete set with walnut case and leather bound edition of “Colt Heritage” book by R.L. Wilson serial numbered to the gun 675. CONDITION: Gun is nearly new with very faint wear to cylinder locking lugs. Case as a crack along the top with small scratches and usual wear. Book is in excellent condition and autographed by the author. 800 - 1,200 1317 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SECOND GENERATION PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Baby Dragoon (B) 1862 Pocket Serial No. (A) 53569 (B) 17060 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 (B) .31 Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt Second Generation Blackpowder Series 1862 Pocket Police, blue & case color, silver plated backstrap and trigger guard, one piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Virtually new. (B) Colt Second Generation Blackpowder Series Baby Dragoon, octagon barrel, blue & case color, silver plated backstrap and trigger guard, one piece varnished walnut grips. Both guns in correct Colt black boxes with all paperwork. CONDITION: Virtually new. 800 - 1,200 1318 - (A)PEPPERBOX PISTOL MARKED WESTLEY RICHARDS & AN S. NOCK PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) Continental (B) S. Nock Model: (A) Pepperbox (B) Percussion Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Smoothbore (B) .51 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique A. Pepperbox, six shot, .36 percussion, double action, top bar, with square butt and metal cap. All metal is gray patina. Indexes properly. British proofs on barrel. Left side stamped Westley Richards London. Has engraving on right side of frame. B. Single shot percussion pistol with octagon barrel and swivel rod. Beautifully fine hand checkered walnut stocks with metal cap. Gun has an attached sash hook. Tang is stamps S. Nock. Entire gun is a wonderfully rich chocolate patina with sharp edges, engraving and legend. 800 - 1,200 102

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1319 - (A) ORIGINAL COLT 1851 NAVY & REMINGTON 1858 ARMY REVOLVER DISPLAYS. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Colt Model: (A) New Model Army (B) 1851 Navy Serial No. (A) 30447 (B) 60012 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .36 Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Each gun is an original weapon that has been framed in shadow box, individually. (A) Remington is serial number 30447 and looks complete. CONDITION: All dark brown patina with nice grips, framed with some bullets and caps. Has not been removed from display so do not know if working or if matching. (B) The Colt Navy is serial number 60012 with complete wood grips. Framed in same manner with an old bullet mold, bullets and caps. CONDITION: All gray and did not remove so do not know if matching or working. This is a great display set for home or office. 800 - 1,200 1320 - (A) ANTIQUE ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1881). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 66643 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1881. New York style fully engraved revolver. The style of engraving is that of Helfricht and has nearly full coverage with scroll pattern. Cylinder and frame are number 66643 while barrel, trigger guard and back strap are number 76342. Sports real mother of pearl grips. CONDITION: Full renickel finish with some minor pitting under finish. Retains 98% of renickel. Indexes with all four Colt clicks. Sharp but frosted bore with minor residue. A handsome cowboy gun with plenty of classic bling. 1,500 - 2,000 1321 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1897). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1878 Serial No. 37975 Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Win Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard 5 - 1/2” barrel, blue finish, black composite grips in caliber .32-20 which is fairly scarce in this model. The lanyard ring is intact. CONDITION: The frame retains approximately 75% factory original blue, straps are patina, cylinder is patina while barrel retains about 80% factory blue. There are age freckles on most areas of this gun. The grips are reproductions. Indexes properly and locks up. Bore is fine. 1,500 - 2,000 1322 - (A) MERWIN HULBERT & CO. 4TH MODEL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Merwin Hulbert Model: Frontier 4th model Serial No. 699 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Considered by many to be the most beautiful big bore Western era revolver ever made. It has all the traditional features of a Merwin with the ability to instantly change barrels but the 4th model has the added rib and solid half under-lug with classic saw handle grip and swivel. This is finished in factory nickel with case color folding hammer and trigger with checker-board hard rubber grips. These were all made in 44-40 caliber. CONDITION: There is some minor freckling on left side of barrel and some toning patina wear on right side of barrel. The cylinder has a drag line, high edge patina and some minor freckling. The frame retains at least 97% original factory nickle with an over-all rating of at least 85%. The grips are excellent. Revolver has a mirror bore. The cylinder spins freely, advances, but the catch is not locking into place to freeze the cylinder in firing position which should be an easy fix. This is far above average retaining a high amount of condition and all original as made. 1,500 - 2,500

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1323 - (A) IDENTIFIED COLT US ARTILLERY MODEL SINGLE ACTION ARMY. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 132316 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Typical mixed batch of numbered US Colt cavalry revolver parts that were assembled after 1890 from recall in which parts were changed and barrels were all cut to length of 5 1/2”. Parts include; RAC 132318 inspected frame, Ainsworth 5502 trigger-guard, #665? back-strap, #7630 Ainsworth barrel stamp, #6915 Ainsworth cylinder. Right and left grip have visible but illegible cartouche. The one piece varnished grips have the name C.H. Lewis carved into right panel. CONDITION: 40% original blue remains on barrel. Cylinder is a smooth blue/brown patina. Case colors have darkened. Indexes and locks up correctly. Fine bore. There is a repaired crack on right grip panel. If you have some time, researching CH Lewis might add value. 1,800 - 2,800 1324 - (A) PERIOD CONVERTED 1883 US COLT CAVALRY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 95994 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Antique This revolver, made in 1883 and inspected by David Clark, originally had a 7 - 1/2” barrel, blue & case single action revolver with one piece inspected walnut grips. Once they were through with it or once it was absconded, the next owner shorted the barrel to 4 15/16”, nickel plated the entire gun and had it fitted with one piece ivory grips. He did not attempt to remove the US stamp from the frame and left the frame and barrel markings along with the DFC inspector stamps intact, including the original barrel, therefore, all parts on this gun are matching just as they were when they left for faraway western forts on the frontier. CONDITION: With exception to the cylinder which was cleaned bright to give the appearance of nickel, the balance of the gun still retains about 85% of the period renickel. The ivory grips fit fairly well but there is a 1/2 chip off right front toe. The action still has all four Colt clicks and the bore is still sharp. 1,750 - 2,750 1325 - (A) RARE REMINGTON MODEL 1870 NAVY CONVERSION MARTIALLY MARKED SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Serial No. 1340 Caliber/Bore: .50 CF Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique It is documented that all Model 1870 pistols with the 7” barrel were altered 8 - 1/2” Model 1865 pistols, with trigger guard added and converted from .50 rimfire to .50 centerfire. This is one such example that has the P and FCW stamp on right side of frame for Franklin C Warner. All metal surfaces wear a period nickel plating with walnut stocks. It is documented that the Navy had at least 21 of these conversions nickel plated at the time which makes sense since the iron trigger guard was added. The cartouche on left grip is no longer readable but visible and would be the same as frame, FCW. Ordnance letters (copy included) detail that the Kansas was about to be put to sea and there is an inquiry about the 21 nickel plated conversions being sent to her before trigger guard was added. Letter is dated July 23, 1870. These guns were delivered to the Navy yard at Portsmouth, NH. Included with this lot is a picture of serial number 118 after conversion and plating. The Kansas is listed in the Navy 1870 inventory as being docked in Washington for repairs so these pistols were intended for her departure after repairs were finished. USS Kansas (1863) was a gunboat constructed for the Union Navy during the middle of the American Civil War and participated in the Union blockade of the waterways of the Confederate States of America. She was the first U.S. Navy ship to be named Kansas and was the first of a class of 836-ton screw steam gunboats. At war’s end, she continued serving her country by performing survey work and defending American interests in Cuba until sold in 1883. CONDITION: This gun still retains at least 85% of this period arsenal plating with balance bright metal. Fine clean bore and action. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 3,000

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1326 - (A) REMINGTON 1867 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL - TRANSITION MODEL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1867 Navy Caliber/Bore: .50 Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique

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This is a civilian model. The barrel measures 8 1/2” which was only standard on the rimfire Model of 1865. This pistol is referred to as a transition model and easily identified by the longer barrel and the screw that goes through the grip. The anchor is stamped on top of barrel. All metal appears to be factory blue instead of standard case colors on frame. CONDITION: All metal retains approximately 70% of what appears to be full blue which is probably correct as many of these were shipped to England. Wood is fine. Bore is sharp. 1,200 - 1,800

1327 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE NATIONAL ARMS SINGLE SHOT NUMBER TWO DERINGERS. Manufacturer: (All) National Arms Company Model: (A) Deringer Serial No. (A) 2141 (B) 27 (C) 4737 Caliber/Bore: (All) .41 Rimfire Barrel Length: (All) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique It is estimated that 5000 of these were made between 1865-70 in Brooklyn before the company was purchased by Colt in 1870 where this model saw continued manufacture as the Colt First Model Deringer until 1890. This lot contains one iron frame model and two of the scarcer brass frame models. All were chambered for the .41 rimfire cartridge and were made completely of metal with light engraving on frame. CONDITION: None of these retain any significant factory finish. The brass frame models have gray metal patina barrels while the iron frame shows some pitting. All have nice bores with strong rifling and all are in working condition. 1,200 - 2,000

1328 - (A) REMINGTON 1865 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1865 Navy Caliber/Bore: .50 RF Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 1000 manufactured between 1865-70. This is a civilian model with the only military type stamp being the anchor on barrel but no inspector stamps. Caliber was .50 rimfire. It is a single shot featuring an 8 1/2” barrel with walnut grip and fore-end. The barrel was blue and the frame was case color. This model has a spur trigger with no guard. CONDITION: Barrel is an even soft patina. The frame has traces of color. Bore has strong clean rifling. Stocks are excellent. Nice example. 1,000 - 1,500

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1329 - (A) CHILD’S FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE BY HESS. Manufacturer: Hess Model: Child Rifle Caliber/Bore: .38 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 34 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Unique child’s rifle attributed to the Hess family of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Plain maple stock with typical reddish finish. Two piece line engraved patchbox and line engraved toeplate. Brass furniture. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Fahnestock marked flintlock with single trigger control. CONDITION: Overall good with nice patina. Lock is a reconversion with some slight corrosion. Wood has good finish with some small handling marks. Mechanically functions. 1,200 - 1,800

1330 - (A) FULLSTOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE MARKED “STEPHEN KOCHER 1831”. Manufacturer: Kocher Model: Flintlock Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 39 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Embellished flintlock Lehigh style Kentucky with octagon barrel, with Lehigh rifle style sights and owner’s name “Stephen Kocher 1831” engraved on brass inlay on top barrel flat. Curly maple fullstock with brass furniture including full saddleplate, pierced sideplate, and engraved captured side opening patchbox. Several other brass inlays include engraved floral design below cheekpiece, combpiece, full toeplate with patchbox release button, and buttplate border. Rifle also has 11 coin silver inlays including Lehigh style morning star in a circle. Other inlays include five bone or ivory inlays. Forestock features unusual carved panels between flat barrel key plates. Flintlock marked “J. Perry Warranted” and is controlled by a single trigger. CONDITION: Metal parts have aged patina and lock is a replacement. Rifle appears to be original length. Wood has aged look with no obvious restoration. Mechanically sound. 1,500 - 2,500

1331 - (A) GIBBS LANCASTER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Gibbs Model: Lancaster Flintlock Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 44 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Henry Gibbs Lancaster, Pennsylvania made Kentucky with unmarked Golcher style flint lock. Octagonal smoothbore barrel stamped “H. Gibbs Lancaster, Pa.” with rifle sights. Full curly maple stock with wrist checkering and brass furniture including four piece engraved patchbox with heart piercing. Single trigger. Brass oval inlay on cheek with crossed arrow design. Push button release in toe plate for patchbox. CONDITION: Overall good condition with wood having two foot extension replaced in forestock and a coat of finish added. Reconverted lock using period looking parts. Toeplate broken and chunk missing. Mechanically functions with weak trigger spring. 1,800 - 2,500

1332 - (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. 2,500 - 3,000

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1333 - (A) HARPER’S FERRY EARLY 1805 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Harpers Ferry Model: 1805 Caliber/Bore: .55 Rifled Barrel Length: 32 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Early 19th century Harper’s Ferry rifle with Eagle over “US” marked lock dated 1805. Half-round, half octagon barrel with Eagle over “P” touchmark, “US” touchmark and number 2224 at breech of barrel. Rifle sights. Flint lock with single trigger. Brass furniture with standard two-piece patchbox. Walnut stock with what looks to be 22 German silver inlays of unknown origin. CONDITION: Metal has aged finish with lock being a reconversion. Wood has aged finish with cracks in front of lock and sideplate. Mechanically solid. Interesting gun. 1,500 - 2,500

1334 - (A) J. KIBLER CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: J. Kibler Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .55 Rifled Barrel Length: 44” FFL Status: Antique Contemporary colonial style flintlock rifle built and signed by Jim Kibler of Ohio. Rifle features a swamped octagonal barrel with rifle sights. Siler flintlock with shaped single trigger. Plain maple stock with early style carving and brass furniture and sliding wood patchbox lid. Hardwood ramrod with attachment. CONDITION: Like new and possibly unfired. 1,000 - 1,500

1335 - (A) TRYON SILVER MOUNTED HALF STOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Half Stock Caliber/Bore: .45 Percussion Barrel Length: 28 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured percussion half stock circa 1850. Half round half octagon light target hunting barrel with “Tryon Philada” stamping and rifle sights. Walnut checkered stock with German silver furniture including a two piece patchbox, sideplate, nameplate, and barrel escutcheons. Tryon marked back action percussion lock with patent breech ignition and single set trigger. Hardwood ramrod with brass tip housing a worm. CONDITION: Overall good with aged patina on metal parts. 80% high gloss finish remaining on wood with no visible cracks or repairs. Mechanically sound. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,800

1336 - (A) FULLSTOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE MARKED “A. KISER”. Manufacturer: A. Kiser Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .45 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 38 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique A. Kiser most likely worked in the Upper Susquehanna area of Pennsylvania. Curly maple full stock percussion rifle with five brass inlays, two piece patchbox, and rifle sighted octagonal barrel signed in script “A. Kiser”. Converted percussion lock with single trigger. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall nice patina finish with good mechanics. No major wood issues and wood has remaining original finish with usage marks. Gun has been converted to percussion using original flintplate and does not seem to have been shortened. 1,500 - 2,500

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1337 - (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. 2,000 - 4,000 1338 - (A) L. BOYD CONTEMPORARY PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: L. Boyd Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .34 Rifled Barrel Length: 44” FFL Status: Antique Bedford style contemporary percussion rifle signed “L. Boyd”. Brass furniture with engraved Bedford style pierced “Q” finial patchbox. Bedford style “rat tail” style lock with Bedford high spur hammer controlled by double set triggers. Comb button release patchbox lid. Curly maple fullstock with atypical floral raised carving. 15 silver inlays including an eagle on the cheekpiece surrounded by wire inlay work. Double ended ramrod with attachments in the patchbox. CONDITION: Like new, mechanically sound and showing little or no use. 1,000 - 1,500

1339 - (A) HAWKIN TYPE HALFSTOCK PERCUSSION HEAVY BARREL SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Halfstock percussion rifle Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This mid-19th century or later heavy barrel percussion half stock bears no maker name. “WARRANTED” can still be read on the lockplate. No maker name on the heavy barrel. Features full buckhorn rear sight, German silver blade front sight, one piece walnut halfstock, period oak rod, pewter forend tip and double set trigger. CONDITION: All metal is a smooth, homogeneous, rich, dark brown patina with sharp edges. Wood was freshened up at one time; good fit and does not appear to have been sanded. Tack decoration on left butt and large “A” on left side. Strong rifled bore with light abrasion. 800 - 1,200

1340 - (A) MID-19TH CENTURY UNDER-HAMMER PERCUSSION BUGGY RIFLE BY TRYON. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Buggy Underhammer Rifle Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Antique This diminutive rifle features an octagon barrel with brass muzzle protector, underhammer ignition, and single trigger. Deluxe walnut buttstock with long tang rear barrel mounted sight and standard front sight. CONDITION: Metal is soft brown patina. Wood is excellent. Bore is rough. Barrel is stamped “Tryon”. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500

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1341 - (A) 1841 TRYON MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. Manufacturer: George Tryon Model: 1841 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured “1841 Mississippi Rifle” dated 1848 behind percussion lock hammer. Lock marked with date at rear and “Phila” and “Tryon US” in front of hammer. Brass furniture with two barrel bands, trigger guard and buttplate with “US” stamp. Rifled musket barrel with rifle sights “N.J. STEEL” on left of breech. Barrel has “US”, “SM”, and “VP” proofs at breech. Walnut musket style stock with brass patchbox with extra nipple. Comes with “US” marked triangular bayonet missing sheath. CONDITION: Overall good with original patina. Some areas on barrel rubbed clean. Wood has aged finish with usage and handling marks. Mechanically sound. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500 1342 - (A) NEAR MINT COLT 1861 REPRODUCTION PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1861 Special Serial No. A51445 Caliber/Bore: .58 Percussion Barrel Length: 31 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Colt produced one of the finest high quality true to every detail Civil War musket ever made. This model 1861 is correct in all aspects. All metal is finished in the white with the exception of the proper blued two leaf folding rear sight. Barrel is dated 1861 as is the lock which is stamped US COLT Pt F A Mfg Co, Hartford Connecticut. Has an eagle on the bolster, two bands, sling swivels, full length walnut stock, and smooth buttplate which is stamped “US”. Left side of barrel has the VP eagle head proof. There are none of the distracting Italian markings. About the only difference is the serial number, which is not found on the originals. CONDITION: Aside from a few scuffs on the stock which could easily be worked out, the gun is in near new condition inside and out. If you so choose, a fun gun to take to the range, especially at dusk! 750 - 1,000 1343 - (A) HIGH CONDITION MARLIN BALLARD NO. 2 SINGLE SHOT SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: No. 2 Serial No. 28064 Caliber/Bore: .32 Long Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Marlin offered this small bore single shot from 1875-1890 for use on small game. It is chambered for the .32 Long cartridge. Standard features included a 28” full octagon barrel, case-color frame, drop breech with lever, walnut stocks with rifle butt. The sights were a simple sporting rear with rocky mountain blade front sight. This is one of the finest original condition Number 2 rifles extant. CONDITION: The frame retains approximately 90% of their original bright case colors while the buttplate and lever still retain at least 50% or better as well. The screws still retain the majority of their bright fire blue finish while the screw slots remain virtually untouched. The barrel retains at least 98-99% of their original factory blue finish with just some light patina showing through under bright light. The stocks are proud to metal with nearly all the original factory varnish sans a few minor handling marks. The bore is sharp and the action crisp. These small bores generally saw heavy use but not this one. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,500 1344 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 HIGH WALL SINGLE SHOT .22 LONG CALIBER RIFLE (1897). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: High Wall Serial No. 111417 Caliber/Bore: .22 Long RF Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Offered is a round barreled single shot rifle. It features the blue finish with standard walnut stocks. The rear sight has been removed and a scope block has been attached at the barrel breech. The tang is missing the top screw. CONDITION: Barrel retains approximately 95% original factory blue finish. The frame retains about 30% with the balance simply flaked and blending into a soft patina. Sharp legends. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with ebony insert in forearm and does have some handling marks. Rifling is sharp but frosted. Hard to find antique .22 caliber High Wall. 1,000 - 1,500

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1345 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 CALIBER LEVER ACTION SADDLE RING CARBINE (1887). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 254031B Caliber/Bore: .44 WCF Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique Standard 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine in .44 caliber, one of the all time classic Old West rifles. Features round barrel, full magazine, twin bands, walnut stocks, carbine butt, saddle ring and stud, blue finish, post front sight, and single standing rear blade sight. CONDITION: Smooth, all brown patina with readable legends. Stocks are proud to metal with wear, but clean with no cracking and far better than most. Well defined rifling but residue and powder ring present. A well used but handsome example of the most recognizable gun of Old West lore. 2,000 - 2,500 1346 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SADDLE RING CARBINE (1898). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 113727 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Made in 1898. Winchester Model 1886 saddle ring carbine with blued round barrel, full magazine and case hardened receiver with saddle ring. Carbine style forearm and buttstock. Correct style sights. CONDITION: Barrel has been cleaned to a silvery patina with small dings around sight base. Action has been cleaned to a silvery finish with some added cold blue. Buttstock has been sanded with small piece of wood added on comb in front of buttplate. Small slivers of wood added behind tang and stock has a crack from tang to middle of buttstock. Forearm has been sanded and is cracked. Good mechanics with a shootable bore. 2,000 - 3,000 1347 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 45-70 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1892). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 70958 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique The factory letter states that this rifle was shipped on June 13, 1893 in .45-70 caliber with a round barrel, which is how it remains today. Other features include a full magazine, 1886 dated long range folding leaf rear sight, walnut stock and rifle butt. CONDITION: The case colors of the frame have turned a nickel tone. The balance of metal is a pleasant soft blended patina with sharp legends. The bolt still retains most of its blue finish. The stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with just minor handling marks. The rifling, while frosted, exhibits sharp lands and grooves. This should make a great shooter and a true classic in the best caliber. 2,000 - 3,000

1348 - (A) 1841 TRYON MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: 1841 Caliber/Bore: .54 Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured 1841 “Mississippi Rifle”. One of 5000 made between 1846 - 1848. Musket barrel with blade front sight, stud for saber bayonet and rear graduated sight. “AWP”, “VP”, and eagle head barrel proofs with 1847 date on tang. Barrel also marked with “N.J.” on left rear flat. Lock marked “Tryon US” in front of hammer and “Philada PA 1848” behind hammer. Walnut wood stock with brass furniture. Stock has “NJ” in circle proof above brass sideplate and behind sideplate towards buttstock. “JHK” stamping near rear of sideplate. Brass buttplate has “US” mark on top. Small brass button with number “11” below patchbox, which is probably a museum tag or collectors id tag. CONDITION: Overall good with metal parts having been cleaned and polished. Ramrod exhibits deep pitting along with end of barrel. Wood stock has usage and handling marks with visible proofs and traces of original varnish. Mechanically solid. Missing extra nipple in patchbox. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,500

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1349 - (A) 1807 U.S. CONTRACT ARMY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Antique Model: 1807 U.S. Contract Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 38” FFL Status: Antique This rifle was built to specifications laid out by Tench Coxe for the 1807 Contract rifle having a plain two piece brass patchbox, a 38 inch barrel, .54 caliber chambering, a plain curly maple stock and 53 - 1/4 inch total length. Gun has octagon to round barrel with only the tip going to round (roughly 2 inches). It is not known why the barrel is turned to round, obviously done for some purpose since sight is placed behind this section. Barrel has markings that are illegible. Flint lock is marked “Dreppert” with single trigger and is concurrent with a lock that would have been used by the Lancaster, Pennsylvania contractors who made these rifles. A rare and interesting rifle not encountered everyday. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with usage and handling marks concurrent with age. Lock looks original. Wood has aged finish with no visible restoration. Mechanics are good. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500

1350 - (A) CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND REPAIRED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET, DATED 1855. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique From all outward appearances, this gun presents as a standard model 1842 musket made at Springfield. Dated 1855 at the rear of the lock. Standard V/P/Eaglehead proof on left side of the barrel. No date on barrel tang. Illegible cartouche on the left side of the stock. .69 caliber smoothbore. What sets this gun apart, is in front of the trigger guard there is a “Q” stamped in the wood. Recent research and publications have identified this mark as that of an inspector at one of the Confederate arsenals charged with cleaning and repairing captured & battlefield salvaged weapons. The absence of a barrel date on this gun, due to it having been arsenal refurbished, then becomes a moot point. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been lightly cleaned in the past and exhibit a pleasing gun metal with some minor areas of slight discoloration and very minor pitting. Markings are all clear. Wood is fine with light handling marks and some minor dings. Bore is good with some areas of light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,500 - 3,500

1351 - (A) LOT OF 3: 19TH CENTURY ENFIELD MUSKETS. Manufacturer: (A) Tower (B) Tower (C) Enfield Model: (A) 1845 (B) 1853 (C) 1853 Serial No. (A)NSN (B) NSN (C) NSN Caliber/Bore: A) .577 B) .577 C) .577 Barrel Length: (A) 27” (B) 30” (C) 34 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Enfield Tower Pattern 1845 musket with percussion lock dated 1847. Walnut full musket stock with brass hardware with lanyard sling swivels. Round musket barrel with British proofs near breech. Comes with reproduction leather sling. CONDITION: Overall good with service wear. (B) Snider cartridge conversion on a Pattern 1853 style two band musket with Tower lock dated 1878. Full musket stock of walnut with steel bands and brass furniture. Round musket barrel set up for socket style bayonet with replaced rear sight and cleaning rod. Comes with leather sling. (B) CONDITION: Overall fair with hard usage. Good mechanics. (C) Snider conversion of Pattern 1853 Enfield musket with 1858 Enfield marked lock. Full walnut musket stock with brass and steel hardware setup for saber style bayonet. Military sights. Usual brass decoration in stock. Comes with leather sling. CONDITION: Overall poor condition. Fair mechanics. 1,400 - 2,000

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1352 - (A) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (A) 1873 (B) 1870 Serial No. (A) 335161 (B) 34429 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45/70 (B) .50/70 Barrel Length: (A) 32” (B) 32” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle with a breech block marked “US Model 1878”. Lock is undated and is marked with an Eagle above “US Springfield”. Windage rear sight with “R” marking. Fixed front sight. Blued metal parts. Gun fitted for socket type bayonet. Full military walnut stock. Comes with leather period sling and cleaning rod. CONDITION: 70% original barrel blue with shootable bore. 60% lock colors from later arsenal refinish. Wood has service marks and has added coat of finish. Mechanically solid. (B) Springfield Model 1870 Trapdoor rifle with breechblock dated 1870 with “Eagle over crossed arrows over U.S.”. Civil War style lock dated 1863 with Eagle and U.S. Springfield markings. Military sights and set up for socket bayonet. Full military walnut stock with cartouches on left side. Comes with period leather military style sling and cleaning rod. CONDITION: Barrel and hardware have been cleaned to in the white condition with lock and breechblock having some applied finish. Wood has service wear but appears to be original finish with fading cartouches. Shootable bore with good mechanics. 1,200 - 1,500 1353 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: Trapdoor 1884 Serial No. 188337 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Original Springfield Model 1884 trapdoor carbine. Standard 22 inch barrel with Post front sight with blade and Buffington “C” marked rear sight. Proper thick wrist SWP inspected stock with trap including cleaning rod and broken shell extractor. Low arch breech marked 1873. CONDITION: Good as partially restored. The stock has been lightly sanded but is still full sized and cartouches are visible but have been enhanced and has a small crack forward of the sling bar. The barrel action has been lightly cleaned and artificially aged. The breech block is very fine with excellent case colors in the interior and patina exterior. The bore is slightly dark with good rifling. 800 - 1,250 1354 - (A) FINE 1886 DATED US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1884 Serial No. 412508 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Standard carbine features 1884 dated block, non-dated US eagle sideplate, trapdoor buttplate, 1884 rear sight, saddle ring and bar, post front sight, and grooved trigger. Sharp “SWP 1886” Sam Porter cartouche on left side with script “P” on wrist. CONDITION: Traces of color on block with soft blue drifting brown patina on balance of metal surface. Wood is excellent with just some minor handling marks. Bore shows strong lands and grooves with some residue and light powder rings. Sharp and right as rain 1884 Carbine. 1,000 - 2,000 1355 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1866 2ND ALLIN BREECH-LOADING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1866 2nd Allin Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Barrel Length: 36 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique 2nd Allin Conversion of a Civil War Springfield rifle with a lockplate date of 1863. Breech block dated 1866 over an eagle. Three band forearm with steel U.S. marked buttplate. Blade front sight and flip up rear sight. Original steel ramrod. Wood stock with illegible cartouches. Approximately 25,000 altered. CONDITION: Barrel retains a plum-brown finish with a shootable bore. Lock has 70% blue with majority turning plum. Wood shows heavy usage with some dings and deep scratches. Mechanically sound and functions fine. Missing rear sling swivel bow. 1,250 - 1,750 112

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1356 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1869 CADET RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1869 Cadet Serial No. 685 Caliber/Bore: .50-55 Government Barrel Length: 29 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique This .50 caliber Trapdoor Allin Patent was made from 1869 to 1876 in a total quantity of 3,422. Has the shorter 29-5/8” barrel and is using the 1863 dated lock. There are no provisions for sling swivels. Smaller buttplate, 1868 military rear sight. The barrel, bands, plate and trigger guard are finished in the white. Block is stamped “1870 / US / (eagle head)”. The serial number 685 is stamped on left side of barrel and frame. The “ESA” Erskin Allin cartouche is visible on left side of stock but not readable. CONDITION: All metal is a clean steel tone with dull grey frame, lock, hammer, and block. Stock is excellent with normal use evident. The bore has sharp lands and grooves. Fine action. A fine all original 1869 Cadet Trapdoor and seldom seen on today’s market. Comes with an original period leather sling that features early single brass hook with two keepers. 1,500 - 3,000 1357 - (A) NEAR NEW US MODEL 1884 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1884 Serial No. 454520 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique The offered rifle is for a collector that simply wants the best condition trapdoor money can buy. This example is dated 1886, making it slightly over 130 years. It is a standard US issue in all respects with 1889 rear sight, ramrod (not bayonet), blue finish, case color 1873 dated block, and full length walnut stock. No trapdoor. Lock has US eagle but is not dated. Razor sharp “SWP” Samuel Porter cartouche dated 1886, with cursive “P” on wrist. CONDITION: There is a hint of muzzle wear. Rich blue, even on barrel bands with the only real wear on buttplate to toe and heel, otherwise retains 80% original finish. Walnut stocks are near mint with a few handling marks. Block still has 99% bright colors intact. Mirror new bore. Comes with an original leather period sling, not maker marked; made with single brass frog and two keepers. 1,500 - 2,500 1358 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1863 THREE BAND PERCUSSION CIVIL WAR MILITARY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1863 Rifle Serial No. C31722 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with patchbox. Inspectors marks on the bottom of the forend. Good cartouches on the left side of the stock. CONDITION: Metal surfaces have all been cleaned. Markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling and some areas of roughness. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,000 - 3,000 1359 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US CHAFFEE-REECE MODEL 1882 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Chaffee-Reece Model: 1882 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 27 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique The Springfield Armory produced a mere 753 examples making this a very scarce rifle to locate. It is also one of the earliest repeating bolt action rifles issued by the Armory. Cartridges were fed through a trapdoor in the buttplate. It was approved for US issue in 1882 and was invented by General J.N. Reece and R.S. Chaffee. It featured two bands, stacking and sling swivels, 1879 trapdoor style rear sight with slotless screws, and ramrod. Left side of barrel stamped with “VP” proofs. Top of frame on left rail stamped “US / SPRINGFIELD / 1884”. Rear sight is unique as stamped “C-R” on left side. The stock has a perfect “SWP 1884” cartouche near the top left buttplate. There is a proof “P” stamped on bottom of stock. CONDITION: Barrel and frame retain 90% original blue just starting to drift. Stock is near new with nary a mark or blemish. The bore is like new. Also comes with a period leather sling with a single hook and two keepers. One of the nicest Chaffee-Reece rifles out there. 2,500 - 4,000

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1360 - (A) VERY RARE US WARD-BURTON MODEL 1871 SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Ward-Burton Model: 1871 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique A mere 316 Ward Burton saddle ring carbines were made in 1871; one will travel thousands of miles and search hundreds of gun shows and never see an example of this US Springfield issue carbine. The carbine features a 22” barrel, no sling swivels, saddle ring and bar, single barrel band, and no cleaning rod. It was also one of the earliest bolt action rifles used by the United States. The side of frame is stamped “US SPRINGFIELD 1871”. The bolt is stamped with the Ward-Burton patent dates. It features iron mountings and was finished in the white. Walnut stock has no visible cartouche stamps. CONDITION: The factory oil quenched frame is now a dull gunmetal grey with sharp legends. The balance of white metal is a soft patina with overall age freckling appearance. Stocks are very good with numerous bumps and bruises, indicating this carbine was used on the Frontier and did not sit at a state militia storage center. The bore exhibits sharp lands and grooves. A very handsome and very rare US Indian Wars carbine. 3,000 - 5,000

1361 - (A) FINE EARLY CUSTER 7TH CAVALRY RANGE US MODEL 1873 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 37341 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured early 1875. This carbine falls right between numbers 33000 and 43700 at 37341. It has all early features such as the thick long wrist, 1873 pinned rear sight, US carbine buttplate. “MODEL” 1873 stamped bolt. “ESA” Erskin Allen stamp in oval on left side (visible but light). Script “P” on wrist. Stock has no trapdoor and wood not drilled for such. Standard features include saddle ring and bar, post front sight, eagle 1873 sideplate, smooth trigger, and walnut stock. CONDITION: Metal is a clean soft patina with sharp legends. Action is fine. Bore shows strong lands and grooves with some minor abrasion. Stock is excellent with some minor handling marks. A clean Custer 7th range carbine. Comes with complete parts checklist. 5,000 - 8,000

1362 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1879 Serial No. 189060* Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique This fine 1879 Saddle Ring Carbine has a sharp “SWP 1882” cartouche on left side for Sam Porter with proof “P” on wrist. This carbine still has the 1873 rear sight stamped “C” with screws, short fat wrist, smooth trigger, 1873 dated block, non-dated eagle sideplate, trapdoor butt, post front sight, and saddle ring and bar. CONDITION: Block has some really strong color present. Balance of metal still has 90% blue with some soft drifting patina and razor sharp legends. Stock is near mint with a few very minor handling marks. Bore is mirror bright with sharp lands and grooves. A scarce high condition 1879 carbine. 3,000 - 5,000

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1363 - (A) NEAR NEW ORIGINAL US MODEL 1866 ALLIN CONVERSION SPRINGFIELD RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1866 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 36 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This is an 1866 dated Model 2nd Allin Conversion. The walnut stock is stamped with both the “ESA” and “SWP” inspector stamps in oval for Allin and Porter. There is a small number “4” on left side of barrel, small eagle head left side of rear frame, an “O” inspector stamp on wrist below guard and an “L” just below that. Metal is finished in the white with exception of case color lock and hammer and the blackened block and rear sight. CONDITION: As new unused condition inside and out. Nice colors on hammer and lock that is stamped 1864 with eagle and “US Springfield”. Block is stamped 1866 with eagle head. Stock is near mint with raised grain and just a couple of handling marks. Metal is flawless and bright. Mirror bore. The best example one could hope to find. Comes with an original leather brass hook sling with two keepers, maker stamped “------ & North”; still soft with a bit of checking. 2,000 - 3,000

1364 - (A) NEAR NEW US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR BREECHLOADING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1879 Serial No. 253089 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique This 1879 Trapdoor rifle is in superb all original condition, having seen little to no use. The block is dated 1873. Lock is not dated. Rifle sight is pinned. Buttplate has no trapdoor. As new “SWP 1883” cartouche and the cursive “P”. CONDITION: Rifle retains 98% of the high polish original blue finish on just about every metal part including bands. The buttplate shows wear only at the top heel. Shows a bit of muzzle wear and some thinning on trigger guard. Bright case colors on block and 80% fire blue on screws. Walnut stocks and finish are near mint with just a couple of handling marks. The block is dated 1873. Lock is not dated. Rifle sight is pinned. Butt-plate has no trap-door. Near mint bore. One would be hard pressed to find a nicer Model 1879 rifle. Comes with original period leather sling; single brass frog with two keepers. 1,500 - 2,500

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1365 - (A) CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE. Manufacturer: Spencer Repeating Arms Model: 1860 Serial No. 38115 Caliber/Bore: .56-56 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Caliber .56-56 with 7 shot tubular magazine. 22 inch 6 groove rifled barrel with walnut stocks and saddle ring sling bar and ring. Ladder adjustable rear sight with post front sight with nickel blade insert. Spencer Repeating Arms markings on receiver ring and serial number 38115 to rear of breech. CONDITION: Very good as found with an even brown patina on barre and receiver. Lock plate and hammer still have traces of faded case colors and hammer retaining screw has been replaced with post war replacement. Walnut stocks are good with minor bruises and scrapes. A small shrinkage crack emanates from buttplate screw towards wrist for 2 inches and a 1 - 3/4 X 1/4 inch patch in stock is visible on left side of stock. Action and bore are very good. 1,000 - 1,500

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1366 - (A) SCARCE PARKER BROS. UNDERLIFTER 12 BORE SHOTGUN WITH SUPERB ORIGINAL PARKER CASING. Manufacturer: Parker Model: Under Lever Serial No. 12153 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Choke: (L) .039 (R) .014 Gauge: 12 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .751 (R) .732 Made with Damascus barrels which have concave and tapered top rib with brass front bead with usual rib inscription. Splinter forend with wedge fastener is nicely checkered in point diamond pattern with steel tip. Case hardened action is nicely engraved in border pattern with a couple of sparse scroll bursts. Blued trigger guard. Ball grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a blued full steel buttplate. Housed in an original full leather with green felt interior Parker Bros. trunk case with cleaning accessories and Parker & Winchester 12A brass shells. CONDITION: Barrels are excellent retaining more than 90% original pattern. Bores are bright and shiny. Action retains more than 70% original case colors, particularly bold on locks. Substantial damage to the trigger plate and it does not fit with damage to the metal around the plate on the frame. Stocks are very good with impressions and a small chip near toe. It is worthy of a restoration effort. The case is as nice as one could ever hope to find for a gun of this vintage. Leather does show some drying and felt with rubs. Accessories are all very good. With some restorative effort, this gun can be brought back to glory! 1,000 - 1,500 1367 - (A+M) LOT OF THREE: THREE SINGLE SHOT LONGARMS FROM PHILADELPHIA MAKERS. Manufacturer: (A) Rupertus (B) Tryon (C) Tryon Model: (A) Shotgun (B) Buffalo (C) Single Shot Serial No. (A) 2260 (B) NSN (C) NSN Barrel Length: (A) 30 - 3/8” (B) 26” (C) 21 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Gauge: (A) 12 Bore (B) 20 Bore (C) .36 Rifled Lot consists of (A) J. Rupertus of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania marked twist action single barrel shotgun with twist steel barrel, external hammer. Walnut wood stocks with steel buttplate. CONDITION: Condition concurrent with age with light pitting and pitted bore. Weak hammer spring. (B) E.K. Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania single shot exposed hammer shotgun. Wood stocks with recoil pad. “Buffalo” marked blued action similar to a H&R “Topper” model. CONDITION: Overall good with light storage and handling marks. Mechanically sound. (C) “TRYON” marked parlor type single shot with rolling block style action. Beveled muzzle octagon barreled with rifle sights. Walnut checkered stock with German silver stock shield and steel hardware. CONDITION: Tight action with metal parts worn to silvery patina. Wood has been cleaned with handling marks. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,200 1368 - (A) SCARCE J.P. LOVELL “EUREKA” 16 BORE DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER GUN. Manufacturer: J. Lovell Model: Double Hammer Gun Serial No. 10225 Barrel Length: 28 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 13 - 3/4” Chamber: 2 - 5/8” Gauge: 16 Made in England and retailed by J.P. Lovell of Boston, this interesting 16 gauge hammer gun features a ball grip stock that is nicely checkered around the action and in a wave pattern around the wrist. Fine Damascus barrels with well defined pattern. The full length matted top rib is marked “John P. Lovell Arms Co. Boston, Mass.” The stocks appear to be of French walnut and have very nice grain pattern. The splinter forend is nicely checkered in wave pattern with Deeley release and ebony triangular tip. Action is engraved in typical “Eureka” Pattern with flying birds on each side near back of lockplates. Composition buttplate is fully checkered with stag at center. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain about 80% original Damascus pattern with some spotting and action retains about 40% original case color, mostly in protected areas. The stocks are excellent with scattered minor bumps and scratches and retain most of an ancient restored finish. The checkering is slightly thinned. Mechanics are good and bores good with some minor beginning orange peel. A very scarce gun in small bore. JSL18 1,250 - 1,750 116

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1369 - (A) W.R. PAPE PERCUSSION SXS SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: W.B. Pape Model: SxS Percussion Serial No. 1745 Barrel Length: 27 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 12 Bore William Pape Best quality percussion muzzleloading shotgun made in New Castle-on-Tyne, England. Damascus steel barrels with concave smooth rib marked “W.R. Pape New Castle-on-Tyne Winner of London Gun Trials 1858-1859& 1866”. Fine scroll engraved locks and hammers marked W.R. Pape. Engraved steel hardware including a straight grip trigger guard with a gun and “Trademark” embellishment. Fine checkered English walnut stock with gold thumbpiece with owner’s initials engraved on it. High quality aged muzzleloading shotgun. CONDITION: Overall good with most parts fading to a plum patina. Shootable bores with good mechanics. Wood has handling marks and checkering is worn flat. 1,200 - 1,800 1370 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (BOTH) 25-2 Serial No. (A) N677451 (B) N711817 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: Two Smith & Wesson revolvers, referred to as the 1955 Model 45 Target Heavy Barrel. (A) Model 25-5 made in 1979-80. (B) Model 25-2 made in 1980. Both are built on the square butt target N frame with pinned barrel, caliber .45 ACP, Patridge front sights, target rear sights, case color target hammers and triggers, silver medallion checkered rosewood target grips, six shot, and blue finish. CONDITION: Both have been fired and may have a few handling marks but are in near mint condition. Both come in mahogany cases and one has tools. A nice pair. 1,000 - 1,500 1371 - (M) US COLT CAVALRY .45 1873-1973 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Peacemaker Centennial Serial No. PC1272 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern In 1973 for the 100th Anniversary of the Colt Peacemaker, Colt produced what many consider to be the finest commemorative revolvers that they ever produced. This example is one of the copies of the original Colt 1873 US Cavalry model in .45 Colt. It was finished like the originals in blue and case color with one piece walnut grips that have a cartouche just like originals. Features the old black powder frame, donut ejector head, serial numbers on guards, frame, and cylinder. Comes in original case that was made for the commemorative Frontier, not this gun, and with the Colt wood grain box. CONDITION: No cylinder line and never fired, with very minor storage and handling marks. Colt box with significant handling and corner wear. 1,000 - 1,500 1372 - (C+M) LOT OF 2: COLT AGENT AND COBRA DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Cobra (B) Agent Serial No. (A) 79049LW (B) A98750 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 Special Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Agent manufactured 1970. Standard issue with six shot, double action, blue finish, and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Built with steel barrel and cylinder and alloy frame. CONDITION: Solid, near new gun with ghost drag line only. (B) Cobra manufactured 1958. This revolver has the same features as the Agent. CONDITION: There are some minor finish losses around trigger guard as this alloy frame was known to flake. It comes with the original matching two piece Colt box. Fine bore and action. 1,000 - 1,600

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1373 - (C) LOT OF THREE: COLLECTORS LOT OF THREE HIGH STANDARD HANDGUNS. Manufacturer: (ALL) High Standard Model: (A) Double 9 (B) Sentinel (C) Sport King Serial No. (A) 1846365 (B) 1814420 (C) 422439 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 4” (C) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Uncommon High Standard Sentinel Revolver with rare nickel finish and checkered plastic grips in original box with paperwork. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent with no use. Box is shop worn but very good. (B) High Standard Double Nine revolver in rare nickel finish with numbers matching box and paperwork. CONDITION: Excellent to near new. Box is equally fine. (C) High Standard Sport King .22 pistol with blue finish, 4 - 1/2 inch barrel and plastic factory grips. CONDITION: Very good with very slight finish wear excellent bore and mechanics. 1,200 - 1,800 1374 - (M) NEAR NEW COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER THIRD GENERATION WITH IVORY GRIPS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA71246 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1987, this beautiful gun with full blued finish and ivory grips is quite striking and pleasing to look at. Made with 4-3/4” barrel. Blued frame, hammer is blued on top, sides are polished. Factory ivory grips with gold Colt medallions. Serial number at front of frame. Housed in its original Colt box with original paperwork. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new. Retains nearly all original finish with very minor light drag line and a handling mark or two. Box is excellent with corners beginning to separate. Paperwork is excellent. A beautiful gun. 1,250 - 1,750 1375 - (M) LOT OF TWO: CONSECUTIVE CUSTOM USFA SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) USFA Model: (BOTH) Single Action Army Serial No. (A) 20592 (B) 20593 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 Colt Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Custom made by the US Firearms Company that operated out of the old Blue Dome facility making some of the finest Colt clones ever built. (A) is serial number 20592, (B) is 20593. Both feature full nickel finish with walnut one piece bird head grips. CONDITION: Neither cylinder shows any signs of having ever been fired, just minor handling wear. Cool custom pair. 1,500 - 2,000 1376 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT 1ST GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1900). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 197623 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt factory letter states that this Colt was shipped on July 16th, 1900 to Simmons Hardware of St. Louis with a 4-3/4” barrel in .45 caliber with blue finish. It remains in that same configuration except it now wears a full nickel plated finish and is fitted with two piece stag grips. CONDITION: All factory legends are present but a bit feathered on barrel. It currently retains nearly all of its reapplied nickle finish and the grips are near mint. Indexes and locks up like a vault. Bore has sharp rifling but there is some powder abrasion. Should be a great shooter or cowboy action gun. 1,500 - 2,000

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1377 - (M) DESIRABLE MATEBA UNICA 6 SEMI-AUTOMATIC REVOLVER WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Mateba Model: 6 Unica Serial No. 779 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern A rare offering of the Mateba Unica 6 revolver, one of the few semi-automatic revolvers ever produced. Standard configuration 6” slabside barrel with low bore axis (barrel firing out of the bottom cylinder), adjustable black front sight, fixed black rear, one piece checkered wood grip. Cylinder release is currently set for a left handed shooter but is easily changed. Import marked on right side of frame. Comes with black plastic carrying case with spare spring, tool, manual, advertisement, and copy of the guarantee certificate. CONDITION: Fine, some of the blue finish is starting to tone to a pleasing plum color and some scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent. Fine bore and action, functioning manual mechanics. A rare opportunity to acquire a highly sought after revolver with a unique design. EW 1,500 - 2,500 1378 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE FINE 1950S RUGER PRE-WARNING REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Ruger Model: (A) Black Hawk (B) Single Six (C) Black Hawk Serial No. (A) 2624 (B) 54427 (C) 23647 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Mag (B) .22 (C) .357 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 5 - 1/2” (C) 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Lot consists of (A) Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum Revolver. This is a second year production flat-top model with a 6-1/2” barrel, Micro target rear sight, six shot, blue finish with black composite grips that have the black Ruger medallion. CONDITION: Light high edge wear and some light thinning on forward sides of barrel retaining at least 95% of the early Ruger high polish factory blue finish. Grips are excellent as is the action and bore. (B) Ruger Single-Six .22 Revolver. Early fourth year production with early flat gate, blue finish, six shot with black Eagle medallion grips. CONDITION: There is some light muzzle wear but fully retains at least 98% original factory blue with excellent grips. The bore and action are fine. (C) Ruger Blackhawk .357 Revolver. This is a fifth year production flat-top that features a 4-5/8” barrel, Micro rear target sight, six shot, blue finish, with black medallion grips. CONDITION: Light muzzle wear, drag line, couple of minor handling marks but retains at least 98% original factory blue finish. Bore and action are fine. 2,000 - 3,000 1379 - (C) COLT 2ND GENERATION NICKEL SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1958). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 19720SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt produced 89 revolvers in 1958 in this configuration and it was only the second year they offered nickel finish. Only 1,396 were made from 1957 to 1974 making it a fairly scarce item. CONDITION: This example shows no signs of cylinder burn or use. There is a light drag line from playing with the action but otherwise, near new in and out with minor handling marks and fitted with a pair of real stag grips. Someone has engraved the name “Howard” on butt. Near mint bore and action. 2,000 - 2,500

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1380 - (M) COLT PYTHON 4” DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. T88746 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Built in 1998 comes the King of the Colt double action revolver line-up, the catalyst behind the Snake series. This example features the 4” barrel, full vent rib, full lug, six shot double action fluted cylinder with wide target hammer and standard trigger with Colt medallion rubber grips. The finish is as fine of a royal blue that Colt has ever produced and the action is hand fitted and polished, one at a time. Has red insert front sight and target rear. CONDITION: Has a light drag line but does not appear to have been used beyond test fire. There may be a handling mark but you will have to look to find one. 2,000 - 2,500

1381 - (M) CASED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY ENGRAVED SINGLE ACTION ARMY. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA09252 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This fine custom shop Colt Single Action Army comes with a non-fluted cylinder and finished in blue and case with two piece ivory grips that wear the Custom Shop medallions. The gun is Class C engraved in standard scroll pattern. Manufactured in 1979. CONDITION: Unfired with only light storage wear and handling marks. A fine special order factory engraved and handsome Colt. Comes in vinyl clad Colt display case with orange lining. The factory letter states that it was shipped on December 16th, 1983 (four years after serial number applied) to Jerry Bernardina, California, with blue finish, Class C engraved in standard American style scroll pattern with Ivory grips. 2,500 - 3,000

1382 - (A) HIGH CONDITION 6” COLT LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1896). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Lightning 1878 Serial No. 163375 Caliber/Bore: .38 Long Colt Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Offered is a stunning 90% plus antique Colt 6” .38 LC caliber Lightning made in 1896. Brilliant case colors and bright Colt blue with just some minor age freckling and light handling marks. It is also very desirable as it falls into the antique serial number range and has the scarce long barrel. CONDITION: About as nice an example of a Lightning that you will fine. The small parts and screws retain nearly all of the brilliant fire blue finish and the grips are near mint as well. The bore is near mint. We tested the action once and it indexes and locks up like new. The cylinder does not even show any powder burn. Outstanding antique Colt. 3,000 - 4,000

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1383 - (M) BOXED AS NEW ROYAL BLUE 2 - 1/2” COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. PE01438 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern The end label on the blue plastic case matches the serial number on gun and states Royal Blue Finish, 2 1/2”. The grips are special order exotics with finger grooves and Colt sliver medallion and are not mentioned on label. CONDITION: As new, with no sign of having ever been fired. There is a ghost of a drag line. No visible rubs or marks that can be seen. The finish is amazing. One of the most beautiful Colt Pythons ever made and especially scarce with the short factory barrel. Comes with cylinder plastic protector, hang tag, paperwork. Stunning. 3,500 - 4,500

1384 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY D ENGRAVED SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. GC26CA0 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This custom Colt has all of its special features listed on box end label. It features the highest level of Colt Master Engraving available in the D grade with virtually full coverage scroll and punch dot style, factory nickel, silver medallion ivory grips. There is not a solid inch of metal that does not feature this finely hand engraved masterpiece. CONDITION: It is unfired and in it’s original box with paperwork. May have a handling mark. The workmanship on this gun is as fine as any engraved Colt ever made. 4,500 - 5,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1385 - (M) RARE POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL 2 - 1/2” COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. PY4548 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This is a scarce gun in this finish and barrel length. Comes in plastic box and matching cardboard sleeve along with hang tag, paperwork. Has the small checkered walnut stocks with silver medallion. This is the high polish version that looks similar to factory nickel. CONDITION: The gun shows no sign of having ever been fired and there is no burn on cylinder nor inside the frame and is as new with a ghost cylinder drag line. This is one of most desirable of the post 1980 production Python revolvers. 4,000 - 5,000

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1386 - (C) STUNNING TIM GEORGE ENGRAVED AND GOLD INLAID COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. S23073A Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1998, this stunning full blued gun with one piece ivory grips. Barrel is engraved in about “Class C” level of scroll engraving with gold bands and muzzle and near frame as well as bands that extend to ejector rod housing and gold floral leaf accent. Model and caliber marking inlaid in gold on left side of barrel. Fragile skeletal carved blade front sight in flora. Action is near full coverage scroll engraved and gold inlaid in flowing border pattern with gold bands on cylinder, gold inlaid Colt on left side of frame. High polish blue trigger, cylinder pin, and ejector rod head. Gold flowers around trigger guard screw and on bow. Butt with scroll engraving and gold borders as well as backstrap. Housed in a blue Colt SAA box which says on side “TIM GEORGE 4-3/4”. This wonderful work signed by master engraver, Tim George, under the cylinder pin. Tim George started his career as an apprentice under a Colt Firearms master engraver (Ken Hurst). After years of study he went on his own in 1985. In 1990 he earned his “Master” status from The Firearms Engravers Guild of America ( FEGA ). CONDITION: Extremely fine and near mint. Retains virtually all factory original finish with no visible drag line and no powder burn. Box is excellent with only minor rubs. This gun is an absolute treasure and work of art. 5,000 - 10,000 1387 - (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 .50AE 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. 2,500 - 3,000

1388 - (M) BOXED HELFRICHT STYLE ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. S09393A Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern This is a crisp new Colt Single Action Army in original blue box with white outer box. Factory engraved revolver with nickle finish and Colt gold medallion Smooth walnut grips. CONDITION: New, never fired but no paperwork. Helfricht style scroll engraving with 2/3 coverage. The grip medallions have toned on left grip has small nick. Beautiful gun. 2,500 - 3,000

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1389 - (C) COLT 2ND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1957). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 12065SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard revolver with blue and case color finish, and real stag grips. Between 1956 and 1974 Colt made 14,983 revolvers in this configuration. CONDITION: This Colt has seen some use. There is light muzzle wear, a drag line, high edge cylinder wear, and 70% thinning blue on backstrap. Custom tuned action with fine bore. Overall, a fine lightly used and early second year production. While probably out of collector condition, it will make a great shooter. 2,000 - 3,000 1390 - (C) THREE PRE-WAR COLT NEW SERVICE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (ALL) Colt Model: (A) 1909 (B) New Service (C) 1917 Serial No. (A) 52792 (B) 108838 (C) 273018 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .45 Barrel Length: (ALL) 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) U.S. Navy Stamped Model 1909. Rare revolver, one of a thousand shipped to the US Navy. .45 Colt caliber with 5 1/2”. Butt is stamped USN with anchor, Navy number 792. The entire gun has been polished and refinished in a high gloss blue finish losing most of the left side barrel markings. Commercial style black composite grips have replaced the originals. Still retains lanyard ring. CONDITION: Revolver retains 98% of the refinished blue finish. Nice clean bore with fine action. (B) 1909 .455 Canadian NWMP Stamped Revolver. Originally shipped to Canada in commercial blue finish in caliber .455 Eley with wood grips. Canadian proofs on left side of frame and on each cylinder. NWMP engraved on back-strap with number 626. Gun was exported and re-chambered to .45 Colt upon which time matte finish was applied and replaced brown plastic grips. CONDITION: Fine bore and action. 85% refinish still intact. (C) U.S. Colt 1917 Army New Service. This is an all original Model 1917 with brushed blue military finish, caliber is .45 ACP, 5 - 1/2” barrel, lanyard ring and two piece walnut grips. Butt is stamped US ARMY Model 1917. Eagle head stamp on left side of frame at barrel. Bottom of the barrel is stamped US Property. CONDITION: Straps are gray and there is high edge wear but still retains at least 85% factory finish with excellent grips, bore and action. 2,000 - 2,500 1391 - (M) BOXED COLT 3RD GENERATION NICKLE SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1988). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. SA71656 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Full factory nickle revolver that was built with old style screw in black powder frame and donut type ejector head. It is fitted with a set of real stag grips. CONDITION: Gun has been fired and there is some cylinder burn and a couple of small scuffs on cylinder. Gun retains 99% original factory nickle and has a sharp bore. Box has matching serial number but no paperwork. 1,750 - 2,250

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1392 - (M) UN-FIRED BOXED COLT KING COBRA DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: King Cobra Serial No. C2858K Caliber/Bore: .357 Mag Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern One of the newer members of the Snake Clan comes this in box polished bright stainless .357 with a 6” barrel, red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, solid upper and lower rib, target hammer and Colt medallion rubber grips. Box has matching numbers. Comes with paperwork and hang tag. First introduced in 1986, the Colt King Cobra is a medium frame double-action revolver featuring a six round cylinder which was designed and produced by the Colt’s Manufacturing Company and marketed to law enforcement agencies and civilian firearms enthusiasts. CONDITION: As new. 1,500 - 2,000 1393 - (M) 2ND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1974). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 68933SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This is an interesting gun. It is a last year standard 2nd Generation with blue and case colored finish, Colt black eagle grips, six shot, and fluted cylinder. The barrel has the “COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45” legend on the right side of the barrel which indicates that they used up a barrel intended for the commemorative stamp on left side and simply put it on this gun in a parts clean-up fashion. CONDITION: This revolver remains in 99% near new condition with light drag line and a mirror bore. 1,500 - 2,000 1394 - (M) LOT OF TWO: COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 & TROOPER MKIII REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Trooper MK III (B) Diamondback Serial No. (A) 3623J (B) R19249 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Magnum (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Trooper made in 1974 with blue finish, target sights and rubber grips. CONDITION: There is some muzzle wear, high edge wear on cylinder and a drag line, otherwise a solid 98% used gun. Fine bore and action. (B) Diamondback 4” blue .22 caliber with rubber grips. CONDITION: There is a drag line but this gun was not fired much as it still retains virtually all of the original factory finish. Fine bore and action. 1,400 - 1,800 1395 - (C) CASED RUGERS SUPER BLACKHAWK .44 MAGNUM REVOLVER (1968) Manufacturer: Ruger Model: Super Black Hawk Serial No. 33944 Caliber/Bore: .44 Mag Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This famous .44 was introduced in 1959 and this gun dates to the first series of guns made through 1973. Full blue high polish finish, six shot, no flutes, ramp front sight with target rear, target hammer, squareback guard and fitted with genuine Ajax stag grips. CONDITION: There is a drag-line, light muzzle wear, thinning on back-strap with remainder of factory blue intact. Grips are excellent. Bore and action are fine. Revolver comes in a very rare genuine Ruger mahogany display case with red liner that was only used until serial number 4500. 1,200 - 1,700 124

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1396 - (M) LOT OF TWO: A FINE PAIR OF LONG BARREL SMITH & WESSON LONG BARREL MODEL 29 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 29-3 (B) 29-2 Serial No. (A) AAM6326 (B) N140495 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 10 - 1/2” (B) 8-3/8 FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Blued Model 29-3 with a 10-1/2” barrel with dial adjustable front sight, target rear sight, six shot, blue finish, case color hammer and trigger with rubber grips. CONDITION: Gun is solid 98% with light drag line and muzzle wear with few handling marks. (B) Stainless Model 29-2 with an 8 3/8” barrel that features red insert front sight, adjustable rear sight, six shot, case color target hammer and trigger with silver medallion rosewood target grips. CONDITION: Fine bore and action. Has light drag line and handling marks. 1,200 - 1,600 1397 - (M) STAINLESS FREEDOM ARMS .454 CASULL SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH LEUPOLD SCOPE. Manufacturer: Freedom Arms Model: Premium 7.5” Serial No. D14129 Caliber/Bore: .454 Casull Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern These guns closely resemble the Ruger Blackhawk series. It is a flat top, five shot, single action with target front sight and non-fluted cylinder. Sports Pachmayr grips. Rear sight has been removed and now wears Leupold satin finish 2.5x8 hunting scope. CONDITION: Has been fired. Muzzle wear and light drag line. Cylinder face shows burn. A few handling marks. Fine bore and action. Solid used gun, very popular with handgun hunters. Also comes with a black nylon carry case along with a special Hunter leather shoulder holster that carries the gun with scope mounted. The original rear sight that was removed to mount the scope is also included. 1,000 - 1,500 1398 - (M) THIRD GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY COLT WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S30800A Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4”” FFL Status: Modern Made with 4 - 3/4” blued barrel with blade front sight. Case colored frame. Checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo near frame and American Eagle towards butt. Housed in a blue hard plastic Colt casing with original paperwork. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near mint. Appears factory test fired only with no visible drag line and no evidence of use. Case is very good. Paperwork is excellent. 1,000 - 1,500 1399 - (M) BEAUTIFUL COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD GENERATION REVOLVER IN BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA12210 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1995, this beautiful blue and case hardened gun has a 7 - 1/2” barrel. Barrel with blade front sight and marked on side “Colt Single Action Army .45”. Case hardened frame. Checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo towards frame and American Eagle towards butt. Housed in its original wood colored box with matching end label. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near new, likely factory test fired only. Retains virtually all original finish with perhaps a handling mark or two noticeable. Box is good with one end label present but not attached, other is fine. Box has rounded corners and scuffs. 1,000 - 1,500

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1400 - (M) THOMPSON CENTER 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONTENDER .22 CALIBER SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. (1992) Manufacturer: Thompson Center Model: Contender Serial No. 25173 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Modern Produced in 1992 for their 25th anniversary, this single shot pistol became famous due to its ability to change barrels and calibers utilizing a single frame. This special example features a 10” round to octagon barrel, target rear sight, ramp front sight, checkered walnut fore-end and pistol grip. The sides of the frame have the silver inlay special inscriptions with TC in script on trigger-guard. There is also a special silver butt cap and three silver bands on barrel. Comes with factory special walnut display case and cardboard liner. CONDITION: As new inside and out. 1,000 - 1,500 1401 - (C) STEVENS NEW MODEL NO. 40 POCKET RIFLE WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Pocket Rifle Serial No. 22798 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 15” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Introduced in 1896 and made until 1916. Easily identified by the conventional trigger with guard rather than spur trigger. This pistol has a 15” barrel in .22 caliber. Matching number on barrel and frame and stock. The front sight is a fixed globe and the rear sight is a folding leaf style referred to as Stevens Combination Sights (Page 81). CONDITION: Nickel plated frame retains 95% of its original finish with some minor bubbling of surface. Barrel retains at least 90% factory blue with some patina showing through finish and some minor age freckling. Strong clean rifling. Working extractor. 90% original nickel on matching metal stock. This sights featured can be found mounted on this pistol on page 81 in the book entitled “Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles” by Kenneth Cope. Grips are excellent. This is an fine example of an all matching Stevens. 1,000 - 1,500 1402 - (C) BOXED COLT CUSTOM GUN SHOP MODEL 1911-A1 SILVER STAR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Government Silver Star Serial No. SS00007 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern The custom gun shop label reads “Gvt Model Silver Star .45 AP 5” S STL” It was finished in bright polish stainless steel while left side of frame is stamped Silver Star 45. It sports smooth wood grips with silver medallion. Comes with midnight blue lined wooden display case in paperbox. Box has “Colt Silver Star / 15 May 1985” on top in red pen. CONDITION: Gun appears as new in the original matching box with paperwork. 1,200 - 1,600 1403 - (C) DWM 1920 LP.08 COMMERCIAL ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1920 Commerical Artillery Serial No. 1403c Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1918 dated DWM Artillery Luger. Features round barrel with inverted V front sight, nine position artillery rear sight, toggle action, finely checkered walnut grips, straw small parts, and eight round detachable box magazine. 1918 dated chamber with “DWM” in scroll on the front toggle link. Extractor is marked “Geladen” and safety is marked “Geschert” in the upper position. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. “MADE IN GERMANY” stamped on the left side of frame. CONDITION: Gun retains 85% of the original factory applied blue finish and 40% of the straw color. The rear sight has been repaired and modified. Bright and shinny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Un-numbered checkered grips that show some handling marks. Left grip has a chip under the safety lever. Correct style nickel magazine with wood bottom serial number 9691l. 1,200 - 1,500 126

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1404 - (C) OUTSTANDING COLT MATCH TARGET SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Match Target Serial No. 022628S Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Third Model Colt Match Target in original box with test target and paperwork. Test target is crisp and dated 5/21/1970. Comes with exceptional box with good label and instruction paperwork. CONDITION: Near new with no indication of use. Box is excellent with very slight corner wear and a small loss at bottom corner. Full serial number properly inked on bottom. Has original price tag of $115.50 still in place. 1,250 - 1,750 1405 - (C) WORLD WAR I GERMAN ERFURT P.08 LUGER WITH HOLSTER AND EXTRA MAGAZINE, DATED 1916. Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: P.08 Serial No. 9994c Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard World War I German issue Erfurt P.08 dated 1916 above the chamber. All numbers on the gun are matching including the grips. Both of the proper wood bottom magazines are mismatched. Lug on rear grip strap for a shoulder stock. Accompanied by a brown leather holster dated 1915 made by “RICH.HANEL” of Dresden and so marked. Does not have the takedown tool. “AXII15” stamped into the inside of the flap. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall with good straw on the trigger and safety lever. Some very light surface rust in a few spots. All markings are clear. Wood grips are fine with sharp checkering. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster has some light handling marks. Leather is pliable. Markings are clear. Stitching is solid. GR 1,250 - 1,750 1406 - (C) COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY LONG SLIDE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1914). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1902 Military Serial No. 36360 Caliber/Bore: .38 Auto Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This model features the square butt with lanyard ring, blue finish, spur hammer, Colt logo black rubber grips and one original magazine. CONDITION: This example is in original condition retaining 50-60% factory blue finish thinning on top of slide and overall edge wear with strong case colors on hammer. All legends are razor sharp. Grips are excellent. Bore is near mint. A nice clean example. 1,500 - 2,000 1407 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Colt Model: Match Target Serial No. MT10007 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1940 with the distinctive so called “Elephant Ear” checkered walnut target grips. Slab side barrel stamped Match Target with Bull’s Eye on left side of slide. Has adjustable front and rear sights. High polish blue sides with matte finish top. CONDITION: Gun has a hint of high edge wear on barrel flats and muzzle with some minor storage marks. Sharp bore and action. Grips are near mint with no repairs. Solid 98% gun. 1,500 - 2,000

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1408 - (M) GLOCK 40 SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION “NUGE” SEMI-AUTOMATIC HANDGUN BY TMT TACTICAL. Manufacturer: Glock Model: 40 Serial No. BCTH753 Caliber/Bore: 10mm Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Special edition of the Glock 40 designed by Ted Nugent in collaboration with TMT tactical. Re-contoured and stippled frame with stippled thumb rest areas. Frame was machined to have forward cocking serrations, Ted Nugent signature just forward of optic mounting plate, stylized American flag with Nugent “Stick Man” logo forward of barrel and running to muzzle. Trijicon cowitness night sights with a Trijicon RM06 red dot sight. Cerakote finish in FDE/OD green. Marked as number 27 of 100 under ejection port. Slide also marked “NUGE/10MM” and TMT Tactical logo. TMT Tactical magwell. Comes in a custom painted ammo can in same colors with plaque denoting the gun as 27/100. Glock mag with Arredondo basepad. CONDITION: Very fine with only minor marks from handling and operation, as new. Ammo can is excellent, plaque with a few scuff marks. 1,500 - 2,000 1409 - (C) KRIEGHOFF P08 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL BABY LUGER. Manufacturer: Krieghoff Model: P08 Serial No. 8403m Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic John Martz is well known as one of the finest builders of custom Lugers. The Baby Luger is one of his trademark items. This example has a 2 1/2” barrel fitted with a drift adjustable front sight. Front toggle link is marked with an “H-(Anchor)-K KRIEGHOFF SUHL”. Left side of frame is marked “MSTR, JVM (in oval) 143 (in oval)”. CONDITION: Grip frame and magazine have been cut down. Mint custom made grips with sharp checkering. Gun retains 99% of the non-original hi-polish blue finish. and 99% of the small straw parts. Mirror bore with sharp lands and grooves. Funcitonal manual mechanics. A classic John Martz Baby Luger in 9mm! 1,500 - 2,500 1410 - (C) WALTHER HIGH POLISH AC 40 WITH TWO MATCHING MAGAZINES AND HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P-38 Serial No. 7170a Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include round barrel, dovetailed post front sight and U notch rear sight. Semi-automatic double action with exposed hammer and safety on left side of slide. Brown Bakelite grips with a lanyard loop on left side of handle. Eight round detachable box magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 85% of the original factory high polish applied blue finish with some high edge wear and one spot of blue loss on right side of the slide. Good bore with sharp lands and grooves. All matching numbers gun with two stick eagle 359 magazine’s that are numbered to the gun. Comes in an excellent hard shell holster with a code of jln 1943 and a waffenampt WaA145. 1,500 - 3,000

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1411 - (C) CUSTOM .45 ACP WALTHER P-38 WITH 8 INCH BARREL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 7729C Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This custom made Walther Eagle 359 inspected P-38 pistol is chambered for the .45ACP cartridge. Has 8 inch barrel and two piece checkered wood grips. Magazine is JVM marked. Finished in satin nickel. CONDITION: Good as customized. Bore and mechanics are functioning. Bore is very good. Internally the craftsmanship is crude and a minor crack exists in top rail of frame above recoil spring. Finish is good and grips are very fine. The manufacture or custom builder is unknown to us and gun is sold as is with no guarantees expressed. 1,500 - 2,500 1412 - (M) LOT OF TWO: CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED WILSON COMBAT BERETTA 92G TACTICAL BRIGADIERS WITH CASE AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (BOTH) 92G Brigadier Tactical Serial No. (A) WC5842 (B) WC5843 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard Wilson Combat 92 Brigadier Tactical worked over by Wilson Combat. Features Trijicon tritium front sight, Wilson Combat U notch sight, tactical rail, decocker only, G10 dirty olive medallion grips, checkered front and back straps, extended magazine release, lanyard loop. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Standard Wilson Combat 92 Brigadier Tactical worked over by Wilson Combat. Features Trijicon tritium front sight, Wilson Combat U notch sight, tactical rail, decocker only, G10 dirty olive medallion grips, checkered front and back straps, extended magazine release, lanyard loop. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes in a Pelican hard case with cut outs for both guns, paperwork, and eight additional magazines. 2,000 - 3,000 1413 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON 952-2 PERFORMANCE CENTER AND MODEL 59 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith & Wesson Model: (A) 952-2 (B) 59 Serial No. (A) UBZ3610 (B) A179186 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Stainless, blue, and matte finish, LPA adjustable rear sight, wind drift adjustable front sight, flattened slide top. Left side only tumbler safety. Wooden grips have been laser etched with the S&W logo with area of pebbling. Comes in a grey Performance Center case with associated paperwork and two additional magazines. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with a few marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Blue finish, left side only decocking tumbler lock safety, fixed front sight, adjustable rear, aluminum frame, S&W plastic grips. Comes in cardboard box correctly numbered to gun with additional magazine, associated paperwork, and cleaning tools. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the majority of factory finish with some marks from handling and operation. Barrel shows particular wear. Operates properly with a fine bore. 2,000 - 3,000

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1414 - (C) LP08 DWM ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: LP08 Serial No. 8015 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1918 dated DWM Artillery Luger. Features round barrel with inverted V front sight, nine position artillery rear sight, toggle action, finely checkered walnut grips, straw small parts, and eight round detachable box magazine. 1918 dated chamber with “DWM” in scroll on the front toggle link. Extractor is marked “GELADEN” and safety is marked “GESICHERT” in the upper position. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. CONDITION: Beach field replacement grips have fine and sharp checkering with no cracks or chips and are not numbered. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun has approximately 95% of the original factory rust blue finish. Showing just a few handling marks and high edge wear. Straw small parts are 90%. A good, honest Artillery Luger. 2,000 - 3,000 1415 - (C) MAUSER C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL WITH STOCK AND ADDED ETHIOPIAN MARKINGS. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 116107 Caliber/Bore: 7.62 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Spurious Ethiopian crest on the left side of the frame and the Ethiopian “Lion of Judah” on the left side of the slide. All matching numbers including the shoulder stock. Accompanied by matching wood shoulder stock with Mauser banner on the side. The stock is cut for use with a 712 Schnellfeuer, matching attaching iron was added to the wood. CONDITION: Fine as professionally restored. Retains 98% new finish. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood grips appear to be new replacements. Bore is good with strong rifling and light frosting. Fine mechanical function. Stock has some very light handling marks. GR 1,000 - 1,500 1416 - (C) SHANSESI C96 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Shanesi Model: C96 Serial No. 1034 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include round barrel with solid post front sight and ten position tangent rear sight. Graduated from 100-1000 meters. Blowback semi-automatic action. Integral 10 round box magazine. Two piece wood grips. Chinese characters on the left and right side of the frame. CONDITION: Gun retains 88% of the original factory applied blue finish. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. 14 line wood grips are mint. Comes in an aftermarket case with the original stock. 2,000 - 3,000 1417 - (M) TURNBULL CUSTOM HERITAGE EDITION 1911 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Turnbull Model: 1911 Serial No. T00168 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Handcrafted in Bloomfield NY by Turnbull Restorations. Heritage Edition Government 1911 .45 pistol with masterfully case colored frame and blue slide with “Turning Bull’ logo imprinted on rear left sift side of slide. 5 inch barrel with wide pattern hammer and long trigger. Brilliant nitre blue finished safety and slide stop as well as grip screw. Fitted with a pair of smooth mastodon ivory grips. Comes with a generic case with pluck-and-pick foam with paperwork, extra two tone magazine, lock. CONDITION: Excellent as appears unfired. Bore and mechanics are excellent and very slight handling marks from storage. Action is crisp and functions properly. 2,000 - 2,500 130

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1418 - (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 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 “GELADN”, 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. 2,500 - 3,500 1419 - (C) RARE KREIGSMARINE NORTH SEA ISSUED SLOTTED POLISH RADOM PISTOL. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Kreigsmarine Serial No. 10622 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Early high polish F.B. Radom Model P-35 Radom pistol with Kreigsmarine marking on left of frame and “N” on front strap indicating North Sea issue. Single line legend on left side of slide. Slotted for stock, triple latch and high polish blue. Black plastic checkered FB marked grips. A near identical example is pictured in Yorks “VIS RADOM” book on page 151. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% purplish blue finish remaining. WaA77 inspections as well as Eagle “M” markings are crisp and legible. Bore is excellent. Matching serial numbers observed on frame, slide, and barrel. An extremely rare example of the Polish Radom. 2,500 - 4,500 1420 - (C) HIGH CONDITION COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1902 Serial No. 32469 Caliber/Bore: .38 Auto Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This pistol was shipped to Browning Bros. on September 8th, 1909 according to Goddard’s book. It features the spur trigger, army type square butt with lanyard and rear side serrations. It is finished in high polish blue with black composite Colt logo grips and magazine with no stamps on base. CONDITION: Still retains at least 97% of its factory original high polish mirror blue finish. All the screws and trigger retain the majority of the nitre blue finish and there are still case colors on hammer. Hard to improve on this gem. 3,000 - 4,000 1421 - (C) AS NEW COLT PRE-SERIES 70 SUPER .38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH BOX (1966). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. 183788 Caliber/Bore: .38 Super Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1966 pre-Series 70 Super. Matching box, instructions, warranty card, end label. CONDITION: Phenomenal, near mint, with no indication that the slide has even been racked. No cracks on the Coltwood plastic grips. Barrel is mint. 3,000 - 4,000

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1422 - (C) FINE MAUSER BANNER EAGLE-L LUGER WITH MATCHING NUMBERED HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P08 Luger Serial No. 7828x Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 3 - 7/8” 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 “MAUSER” and small date “1941” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun, including the three magazines, holster, and loading tool. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 99% of the original applied blue finish. Checkered wood grips with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Magazines are FXO magazines and are numbered in the police style. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Sear safety is installed. Comes in a phenomenal brown KERN, KLAGER & CIE 1939 dated holster. Stitching is bright and leather has not been scuffed. A really spectacular World War Two Police Luger and holster. 4,000 - 5,000 1423 - (C) GOLD PLATED AND ENGRAVED WALTHER P-38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P38 Serial No. 415216 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Para Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This fabulous pistol is complete gold plated, factory engraved with German oak leaves and has white checkered composite grips. Dated 1969. Comes with two engraved magazines. CONDITION: As new condition inside and out. Comes in a blue leatherette Walther banner display case French fitted with braid border and a Walther wood grain box correctly serial numbered to the gun with a pair of fine wood one piece grips. Box is good, with marks and scratches from handling and storage. 2,500 - 3,500 1424 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1918). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. 290177 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The consignor states that this pistol was acquired from the estate of Earl Welchans who was assigned to the Army 28th Division of the AEF during the First World War and that it came with some now missing accessories. It is a standard US marked 1911 with all correct parts including the HP stamped blued barrel, type 2 beveled rear sight with U-notch, correct front sight, flat main-spring housing with lanyard loop, long smooth trigger and wide spur hammer. The left side of the frame has the JMG inspector stamp of John M Gilbert. The pony is center left on slide. Left side of frame is stamped United States Property with Model of 1911 US Army on right side of slide. The grips are standard diamond checkered walnut. The slide stop and safety are properly checkered. Pistol includes three pin base two-tone magazine with no loop. Some research in Welchans service record might add some interest. CONDITION: Overall a solid 85-90% original war-time factory blue finish but there is some age spotting on right side of slide that indicates it spent some years in a leather holster. The spotting is brown and blends nicely with the finish. The grips are excellent. The bore is sharp as is the action. 2,500 - 3,500 132

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1425 - (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 1426 - (C) POLISH 1939 EAGLE RADOM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Radom Model: P-35 Serial No. 29832 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Very fine early triple latch Model 35 Polish Radom with Eagle 38 markings. Slotted for shoulder stock and fitted with Radom black plastic checkered grips with the “FB” marking. Matching serial numbers found on slide, frame, and barrel. These early Eagle 38 pistols are infrequently found in fine condition. CONDITION: Extremely fine with over 90% original rust blue finish remaining. The bore is bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. The action functions properly. The grips are very fine with no chips, cracks, or distress. 2,000 - 4,000 1427 - (C) NAZI MARKED F.B. RADOM VIS MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P.35 Serial No. A8236 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This fine Radom has all matching numbers on frame, barrel and slide. Left side of frame has the Waffenamt stamp “WaA77”. The slide has Waffenamt “WaA77” and “E/623”. Backstrap is cut for shoulder stock. “VIS” stamped black composite grips. According to the book “VIS Radom” by Bill York, the first alphabet Series A began in 1940. Barrel is in the white. Pinned blue magazine. CONDITION: Pistol retains approximately 85% of the military blue finish. Grips are near mint. Good bore with sharp lands and grooves showing some slight frosting. The presence of original Radom shoulder stocks is virtually nonexistent and examples of this pistol factory cut for shoulder stock are extremely rare. 2,000 - 3,000 1428 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL EAGLE 38 HIGH POLISH RADOM PISTOL. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. 25837 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Exceptionally fine condition F.B. Radom P-35 Pistol with Polish Eagle crest and dated 1938. Triple latch pattern with slotted but for shoulder stock. Checkered black plastic grips with VIS marking in center. These early Eagle crested guns have a very low survival rate and are not frequently found in fine condition. CONDITION: Very fine with over 95% arsenal blue finish remaining with losses at leading edge of slide and high points. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Grips are very fine with very slight ear but no chips or cracks. Matching numbers observed on frame, slide, and barrel. A very fine example and would be difficult to improve upon. 2,000 - 4,000

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1429 - (C) COLT MODEL 1902 SPORTING MODEL LONG SLIDE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1902 Sporting Serial No. 10117 Caliber/Bore: .38 Auto Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A mere 6927 were made between 1903-08. The basic difference between the Sporting and Military model is that the Sporting Model features the rounded butt and did not come standard with a lanyard ring. The finish is blue, the grips are hard rubber with Colt logo. Comes with one original magazine. CONDITION: Entire gun retains approximately 60% of the original factory high polish blue finish, gray straps, and overall high edge wear. All legends are sharp. Bore is near mint. 2,000 - 3,000 1430 - (M) BOXED COLT MODEL 1911 ACE SERIES 70 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Ace Serial No. 70B53093 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This is an example of the 2nd generation Ace semi-automatic .22 pistol. Re-introduced in 1978 and made until 1989. They only made about 30,000 before it was phased out. It is built on the full size 1911 frame. It features the flat top target slide with target rear sight. The slide has the Ace markings on both sides. The grips are checkered walnut with gold medallion. The magazine is stamped Colt .22. Standard blue finish. Comes with era box and all paperwork. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. 2,000 - 2,500

1431 - (A) ANTIQUE STEVENS TIP UP .30 BORE SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Tip-Up Serial No. 2612 Caliber/Bore: .308 Bore Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Made from mid-1870’s until 1895. Lovely antique Stevens tip-up single shot rifle that features a blue octagon barrel, nickel plated frame with walnut stock and nickel plated Swiss buttplate. This fine rifle also features a long range tang sight, leaf rear and folding globe front sight. The bore measures .308 but it takes a special Stevens cartridge which you will have to determine before shooting. CONDITION: Fine all original condition that is a solid 90% across the board; metal and wood. The nickel finish on frame has dulled and has some minor age freckling. The stocks are really sharp with piano finish and nice grain. One of the better examples of a tip-up model that you will find. It even has a sharp and shiny bore. 800 - 1,500

1432 - (M) CASED HECKLER & KOCH P7 M8 “SQUEEZE COCKER” SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: H&K Model: P7 M8 Serial No. 16132201 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern This magazine fed pistol was made in West Germany and is discontinued. It features all steel construction, black composite grips, white Novak style combat sights, squeeze cocker. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original box with extra magazine, paperwork and accessories. JTH 1,750 - 2,500 134

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1433 - (M) CASED HECKLER & KOCH P7 M8 “SQUEEZE COCKER” SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: H&K Model: P7 M8 Serial No. 16132332 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern This magazine fed pistol was made in West Germany and features all steel construction, black composite grips, white Novak style combat sights, squeeze cocker. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original box with extra magazine, paperwork and accessories. JTH 1,750 - 2,500 1434 - (C) MAUSER RED 9 C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL WITH STOCK, FINNISH ARMY MARKED. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Red 9 Serial No. 103943 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard Red 9 configuration. Marked with the Finnish Army “SA” stamp on the left side of the frame at rear. Wood grips with red painted 9. Import marked on the backstrap. Metal parts are matching, the grips are not. Accompanied by a non-matching wood stock. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish. All markings are clear. Grips have dings and handling marks. Bore is fine. Fine mechanical function. Stock is in excellent condition with minor handling marks. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1435 - (C) MAUSER BOLO BROOMHANDLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL, VL&D MARKED WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Bolo Serial No. 40414 Caliber/Bore: 7.63 Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard Bolo configuration. Marked “VON LENGERKE/ & DETMOLD/ NEW-YORK” on the left side of the frame. Hard rubber grips with scrolls. Matching numbers. Matching original shoulder stock. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall. All markings are clear. Fine bore. Fine mechanical function. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Stock is good, possibly lightly refinished. GR 1,500 - 2,000 1436 - (C) WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBENDORF C96 “RED 9” SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Red 9 Serial No. 60039 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include round barrel with integral post front sight, 50 - 500 meter rear tangent sight, integral ten round box magazine, second type safety and wood grips with a red nine embossed on both grips. Over the chamber is “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF/N” and on the right side “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF NECKAR”. Typical heavy machining marks and poorly fitted grips. 150,000 of these were ordered by the German army in 1916. CONDITION: Excellent with bright shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. All matching numbers. Gun retains approximately 85% of the original factory blue finish with some cold blue touch up. Shows some handling marks and high edge wear. Red nines have been repainted. 1,500 - 2,500

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1437 - (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 1438 - (M) LOT OF TWO: STI USPSA SINGLE STACK 9MM AND ESCORT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) STI Model: (A) USPSA Single Stack (B) Escort Serial No. (A) USPSASS2232 (B) NC2903 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Circa 2012 based on included accessories. Tri-topped slide, red fiber optic front sight, ambidextrous safeties, Alumacraft grips, checkered front and backstraps, and magwell. Blue and stainless finish. Comes in STI branded case with one STI branded magazine, one Metalform magazine, lock, bushing wrench, associated paperwork, and spare Recoil Master parts. CONDITION: Gun is in very fine condition, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish with some marks from operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Standard Escort with three dot white combat sights, adjustable rear, undercut trigger, lightened STI hammer, slimline grips. Blue and stainless finish. CONDITION: Extensively used but good. Left side of slide has significant wear and scratches from carry and use. Rest of gun has scattered marks. Operates correctly with a good bore. 1,500 - 2,500 1439 - (C) BELGIAN BROWNING CENTENNIAL 1878-1978 HI-POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Hi Power Serial No. 1878D1529 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Cased. Serial No. 1878D-1896, 9mm, 4 - 3/4” barrel with standard fixed sights. Nickel plated finish. Right side of slide marked: BROWNING CENTENNIAL - 1878-1978. Gold-plated trigger. Checkered walnut grip panels with Browning medallions. A very limited production of 3500 of these pistols were offered in 1978 to the Browning Collectors Association. Comes with French fitted case with read lining and plaque on top reading “1878 - BROWNING / CENTENNIAL - 1978”. CONDITION: Excellent. Light handling wear otherwise as new. Action crisp. Strong bore. Case is very good, intact. 1,500 - 2,000

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1440 - (C) NAZI MARKED FN HIGH POWER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: FN Model: High Power Serial No. 98279 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include dovetailed post front sight and tangent rear 50 - 500 meter sight. Blowback semi-automatic single action with exposed hammer. Checkered walnut grip panels and a detachable double stack box magazine. Waffenampt WaA140 on left side of slide, left side of frame, and on the spine of the magazine. CONDITION: Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun retains 80% of the original blue finish with high edge wear and thinning straps. Walnut checkered grip panels with no chips or cracks. Made for use in the German military in World War Two. 1,200 - 1,800 1441 - (C) CHINESE CONTRACT CANADIAN INGLIS MK. I* BROWNING HIGH POWER WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Inglis Model: MK I* Serial No. 3CH7590 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Para Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chinese contract, imported in the 1980’s from China. Tangent rear sight. Slotted for a shoulder stock. Made in Canada by Inglis. Matching numbers on slide, frame, and barrel. Import marked on the butt. Black plastic grips. Proper Inglis magazine. Accompanied by an original Canadian made Inglis High Power shoulder stock. CONDITION: Retains 65% finish overall. All markings are clear. Grips are very good with handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Stock is good with some handling marks, pleasing patina on metal parts. Fits gun well. GR 1,200 - 1,800 1442 - (M) JERICHO 941 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH .41 AE CONVERSION KIT AND AMMUNITION. Manufacturer: Jericho Model: 941 Serial No. 5534 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Made in Israel and import marked on right side of frame for K.B.I. Inc.. Features three dot sights, looks to be old tritium that has since faded away, slide mounted ambidextrous safeties, steel frame, rubber finger groove grips. Comes with the 941 accessory kit offered by K.B.I. with replacement .41 AE barrel and spring, 2 .41 magazines and 2 additional 9mm magazines, cleaning equipment, and spare set of grips. Additionally, this lot is accompanied by approximately 450 rounds of 200 grain FMJ .41 AE and approximately 89 rounds of 170 grain jacketed hollow point .41 AE. CONDITION: Pistol is in fine used condition, retaining the majority of its finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Extra barrel is fine, with shiny rifling. Many accessories are still tightly wrapped in plastic bags and oil, may have never been opened. 1,200 - 1,800 1443 - (C) 1939 MAUSER LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P-08 Serial No. 4294q 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 “42” and “1939” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun except the magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 96% of the original applied blue finish, with just a hint of high edge wear and holster wear. Numbered checkered wood grips with sharp checkering. Grips have one chip on the left grip just above the magazine release. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. FXO style magazine marked 4784h. 1,000 - 2,000

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1444 - (C) MAUSER SVW45 P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P.38 Serial No. 2519f Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Mauser for the German Army in World War II. Features round barrel, dovetailed blade front sight, fixed U-notch rear sight, and black Bakelite grips. It is a recoil, locked breech, hammer fired semi-automatic action. Eight round detachable box magazine. Correct stick eagle “WaA135” Waffenamps on the right side of slide. Stick eagle “WaA135” marked magazine. CONDITION: Retains approximately 90% of the original factory applied phosphate finish. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a minty “dkk44” marked soft shell holster. Also comes with an extra P.38 magazine. A hard to find phosphate finished gun in excellent condition. 1,000 - 1,500 1445 - (M) PARDINI PC45S SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN .45 HP WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Pardini Model: PC45S Serial No. T00216 Caliber/Bore: .45 HP Barrel Length: 6 - 1/4” Manufactured in .45 HP to get around bans on the .45 ACP catridge, this Pardini PC45S has an adjustable trigger, three port compensated barrel with removable compensator counterweight, Redfield ESD scope, Pardini frame mount. Trigger currently breaks at #2. Import marked on right side of frame for Nygord Precision, Prescott, AZ. CONDITION: Good used condition with some scattered handling marks and a small crack on the counterweight. Retains the vast majority of finish. Some carbon in the counterweight chambers, easily cleaned. Operates properly with a shiny bore. Case liner is heavily deteriorated. Includes one additional magazine. 1,000 - 1,500 1446 - (C) DWM DOUBLE DATE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: P08 Serial No. 1985 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co.. 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. Early frame without a stock lug and the hold open has been added. All matching gun except the magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 92% of the factory re-applied blue finish. Strawed small parts. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Gun is unit marked. Unit mark is S. Mi. 152. It has been canceled out. Nice original grips with good checkering. Comes in a World War Two police holster with extra magazine and contemporary loading tool. Also has two extra sets of contemporary grips. Is dated 1912 and 1920 over the chamber. 1,000 - 1,500

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1447 - (C) DWM 1900 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1900 American Eagle Serial No. 8226 Caliber/Bore: .30 Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Sold commercially in the United States. This is known as the 1900 American Eagle Luger. Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety is unmarked, extractor is the early style, dished toggle knobs, center toggle link marked “DWM” in script. American Eagle over the chamber. Narrow grip safety without a stock lug. It has the early style flat main spring. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 40% of the nonoriginal blue finish with thinning straps and high edge wear. Poor bore with frosting. Wood checkered grips show even wear. Correct wood bottom magazine. Front sight has been filed down a bit. Comes in a World War II military holster with an aftermarket loading tool and an extra magazine that is missing the follower. 1,000 - 1,500 1448 - (C) DWM 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1906 American Eagle Serial No. 54608 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features 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 is all matching except the grips. CONDITION: Poor bore showing some pitting and frosting. Two piece wood grips showing some wear. The left grip is number 57 the right grip is unnumbered. No chips or cracks in the grips. Gun retains approximately 98% of the non-original rust blue finish and 95% of the non-original straw color. The original tin magazine is in fair shape with a correct un-numbered wood bottom which is a modern reproduction . American Eagle above the chamber and “DWM” in scroll on the front toggle link. The extractor is marked loaded. Approximately 3,000 manufactured for sales in the United States. 1,000 - 1,500 1449 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1903 Pocket Hammer (B) 1903 Pocket Hammerless Serial No. (A) 24817 (B) 53727 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 (B) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Exposed Hammer Pocket Model. Has all standard features to include case color spur hammer, round butt, blue finish with high polished blue base magazine with no caliber or patent marks. It was made in 1909. CONDITION: Straps are brown patina, frame retains approximately 85% original bright factory blue while slide retains about 20% blue mixing with a soft patina. Colt rubber grips are excellent. Bore and action are fine. (B) Model M .32 Caliber. 4” barrel. Made in 1907. Other early features include a 4” barrel, early sights, flat barrel bushing, checkered magazine release and early Type 1 Colt rubber grips. The magazine has no temper mark, is crimped with caliber stamps. Metal is basically an all gray finish with correct but well worn grips. Bore is fine. 1,000 - 1,500

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1450 - (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

1451 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO SMITH & WESSON BOXED SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (A) 559 (B) 39 Serial No. (A) A761631 (B) 62267 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Model 559. Adjustable rear sight, bright factory nickel with black grips. Made from 1980-82 only. This is a 14 shot double action auto. CONDITION: Near new condition with only light handling wear. Comes with original box and two magazines. (B) Model 39. Blue finish with checkered walnut grips and adjustable rear sight. Pre-1971. CONDITION: Near new with light handling marks and matching blue two piece box with instructions. 1,000 - 1,500

1452 - (C) FRENCH WAA251 UNIQUE 17 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: French Model: Unique 17 Serial No. 33886 Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Very fine French Unique Model 17 produced under German occupation during World War II. Internal hammer fired with blue finish and black plastic grips marked 7.65 SCHUSS. Traditional two line address on left side of slide. Right side of frame inspected WaA251. Assembly number on barrel, slide, and frame match. CONDITION: Very good with over 85% blue finish remaining. Grips are very good with crisp markings. Bore and mechanics are excellent. 500 - 1,000

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1453 - (M) LOT OF FIVE .22 BOYS RIFLES FROM REMINGTON, MOSSBERG, AND RUGER. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Mossbert (C) Remington (D) Ruger (E) Remington Model: (A) 4 (B) 142A (C) 121 (D) 10/22 (E) 591M Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN (C) 295626 (D) 24404528 (E) 1020799 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 (C) .22 (D) .22 (E) 5mm Rem Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 18” (C) 21” (D) 24” (E) 23 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern (A) Remington single shot .22 take-down Model 4. CONDITION: 80% original blue on barrel, soft brown patina on frame. replaced rear stock with no plate. Very good bore. (B) Mossberg Model 142-A, magazine fed (1 mag included), pivot grip walnut stock, blue finish, sporting sights. Military style. Bolt action. CONDITION: Solid 95% original finish rifle with strong bore. (C) Remington Model 12 slide action. Blue finish, walnut stocks, take-down, factory sights. CONDITION: Blue/gray soft patina on metal. Very good stocks with some finish loss. Good rifling with some minor abrasion but looks shootable. (D) Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic frame with custom heavy round after-market barrel. Weaver mounts with All-Star scope. Original Ruger hardwood stock missing front band. CONDITION: Nice wood with few handling marks and 98% metal finish. Comes with one magazine. Near mint bore. (E) Remington Model 591M bolt action, magazine fed (1 magazine included) This is a 5mm rimfire magnum. Has pistol grip stock, plastic butt plate. CONDITION: Blue metal at 95%. Wood fine with few handling marks. Nice bore. 800 - 1,200

1454 - (C) WINCHESTER HI-WALL SINGLE SHOT RIFLED MUSKET. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Hi-Wall Serial No. 117683 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This military type musket was made in 1920, the last year the Hi-Wall was made. It featured a round barrel, a military type rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards, a small ramp front base with dovetailed front blade, nearly full length forend with finger groove, single barrel band, sling swivels, walnut stock, and military carbine type metal buttplate. There is an “X” carved into the left grip area of stock. These were finished in blue and chambered for the .22 Long Rifle rimfire cartridge. It is not US marked in any way and was made for commercial sale only. CONDITION: Barrel retains about 90% thinning blue with sharp barrel legends. The frame is basically a dark, soft patina. Stocks are excellent with deep, rich color. The rifling is visible, needs a solid cleaning but still shows wear. 800 - 1,200

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1455 - (A) CUSTOM MARLIN BALLARD .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Custom Serial No. 15616 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 26 - 7/8” FFL Status: Antique A standard Marlin Ballard action is fitted with a extra heavy full octagon barrel in .22 caliber. The rear sight slot has been filled and the front sight is a globe style. The action is mounted with a fine long range tang sight. The custom checkered walnut stock features a pistol grip and horn buttplate. Action has a set trigger. Rifle has a custom falling block installed. The custom wood on buttstock is absolutely stunning. CONDITION: Metal retains most of its custom reapplied blue finish. The oil finished stock is excellent with some minor handling marks. The bore is excellent with sharp lands and grooves. Lever does not lock in place and needs adjustment. 1,000 - 1,500

1456 - (C) FINE PRE-WAR MARLIN MODEL 39 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 39 Serial No. S1097 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Basically an updated Model 1897 that still features the full octagon barrel, full magazine, takedown, case color frame, walnut stocks, classic swept back pistol grip, and Marlin monogrammed buttplate. The front and rear sights are standard sporting style. CONDITION: Barrel and tube retain approximately 90% original factory bright blue with some minor age spotting. The frame retains 90% bright case color. The bolt retains most of its original bright blue. The stock is excellent. Fine sharp bore and action. 1,000 - 1,500

1457 - (C) CUSTOM STEVENS WALNUT HILL .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Walnut Hill Serial No. 1809 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a Walnut Hill marked barrel, custom lever, custom checkered walnut stocks, pistol grip, and metal buttplate. Has a heavy round barrel. Front and rear sporting sights. Scope blocks sport a marked J.W. Fecker tube scope and mounts. CONDITION: Wood is excellent with just usual handling marks and sharp checkering. 90% blue on barrel with sharp legends. 90% case colors. Strong rifling. Nice custom Stevens. Scope has clean optics with standard crosshairs. 1,000 - 1,500

1458 - (C) FINE STEVENS 45-44 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: 45-44 Serial No. 6848 Caliber/Bore: .25-21 Stevens Single Shot Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made from 1896-1916, this is the famous Model 45 built on the 44 action that features a half octagon barrel. Sports a walnut sporting stock with Swiss buttplate with no checkering. Front sight is folding Beach style, single standing rear sight with tang sight. CONDITION: Frame is case colored retaining 90% original colors. Barrel is blue that is now a fine mix and soft patina with sharp legends. Fine rifled bore and action. Wood has some finish applied. Really sharp and all original example. 1,500 - 2,500

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1459 - (M) LONE STAR RIFLE COMPANY .50-70 ROLLING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Lone Star Rifle Company Model: Rolling Block Serial No. GAC1500 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Modern These guns were built by Dave Higginbotham. He was a well know builder of Remington rolling block style rifles before his untimely death in 2011 from an accidental discharge. Built in Conroe, Texas. 28 inches long octagon barrel, measuring 1 inch across the flats. Folding rear sight. Flip front sight. Maker marked on the upper tang of the receiver. Caliber marked (.50) on the bottom of the barrel. Case colored steel trigger guard. CONDITION: Retains 98% vibrant case colors and an equal amount of original blue. All markings are clear. Wood is fine with minimal handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,500 - 3,000

1460 - (C) STEVENS TIP-UP SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Tip Up Serial No. 35088 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 27 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in the late 1800’s by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company, rifle features the forearm version with octagon barrel and full length unmarked scope with crosshair reticle. Walnut buttstock with Swiss style target nickeled buttplate. Nickel finish receiver with single trigger. CONDITION: Metal parts fading to a silvery patina. Scope optics are cloudy. Stock has been sanded and repaired at wrist with two visible pins. Trigger does not hold. Bore is dark but shootable. 1,200 - 1,500

1461 - (C)STEVENS WALNUT HILL SINGLE SHOT .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Walnut Hill Serial No. 2964 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Rifle has the round “Walnut Hill” stamped barrel. Other features include a set trigger, sporting front sight, plain walnut pistol grip stock with military style forend and has a waffle shotgun pad added. This rifle sports a top of the line pre-war Lyman A-5-3/4” tube scope. The forend has one barrel band and comes with sling swivels. CONDITION: Metal retains most of the reapplied blue finish. Oil rubbed walnut stock is excellent with a few minor handling marks. Forend has two well disguised plugs. Fine bore and action. Fine target rifle with a scope that is valued at around seven hundred dollars in its own right. 1,000 - 1,500 1462 - (A) BALLARD NO. 3 LEVER ACTION GALLERY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Falling Block Serial No. 25204 Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique A near identical rifle can be seen on page 119, the start of Chapter 12 in the book “Ballard” by John Dutcher. Features the earlier three line patent dates on left side of frame, as can be seen on page 123 along with the S curve lever and octagonal cut frame with recess. This rifle is stamped “THE MARLIN FIREARMS COMPANY” and not J.M. Marlin. Features include a dovetail sporting front sight, dovetail sporting single blade wind drift rear sight, single set trigger, full octagon barrel, walnut stocks, rifle butt. CONDITION: Barrel is a pleasing blend of blue-brown patina with some wiped on finish for blending. Case colors on frame have browned and freckled out, as has the lever. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal with a minor putty repair at top wrist. Fine action. Rifling is visible but not great. 1,000 - 1,500

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1463 - (M) BROWNING SAFARI GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Safari Serial No. 56576L70 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Modern Belgium made Browning Safari Grade bolt action rifle, features a walnut stock with Monte Carlo style cheek rest, Mauser action, and 2-7 variable power Leupold Vari-X II scope with Redfield rings and base. CONDITION: Nearly new, most all original finish on wood and metal. Excellent bore. 1,000 - 1,500

1464 - (C) RARE HIGH CONDITION HANEL GEW 98 TYPE BOLT ACTION SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Haenel Lorenz Model: Mauser Action Target Rifle Serial No. 3202 Caliber/Bore: 8.15mm (8.15x46r?) Barrel Length: 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made by Hanel in Germany, it resembles a World War I GEW infantry rifle with bayonet lug, military style stock, “roller coaster” rear military sight, commercial quality factory blue finish, straight pull bolt and sling swivels. This rifle is a single shot and designed to allow Germans to practice shooting military firearms, which was prevented by the Treaty of Versailles. The left side of the stock has a stamped triangle with letters and the bottom of the stock is stamped 3202. CONDITION: Other than some light handling wear, this rifle appears to be in near new all original factory finish. The bore is razor sharp. 1,000 - 1,400

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1465 - (M) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER MODEL 70 .338 WINCHESTER MAGNUM BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE AND SAKO A5 .30-06 LEFT HANDED BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A) Winchester (B) Sako Model: (A) Model 70 (B) A5 Grade II Serial No. (A) G17227 (B) 631402 Caliber/Bore: (A) .338 Win Mag (B) .30-06 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 23” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Super Grade Model 70 bolt action rifle with Leupold 3.5-10 Vari-X III scope, nicely figured American walnut stock with cheek rest, and Winchester rubber recoil pad. CONDITION: Near new with most all original finish remaining and near mint bore. (B) Sako A5 left handed bolt action rifle with high gloss blond color walnut stock with cheek rest, and rosewood forend tip and pistol grip cap. CONDITION: Near new with most all original high gloss blue and wood finish remaining. Near mint bore. 1,200 - 1,800

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1466 - (C) STEYR-DAIMLER-PUCH MANNLICHER MCA BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: MCA Serial No. 57506 Caliber/Bore: .243 Winchester Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This Austrian bolt action sporting rifle features round barrel, ramp front sight, two-leaf folding rear sight, butterknife bolt handle, double set triggers, hand checkered walnut pistol grip, half stock with Monte Carlo comb, with Steyr composite butt plate and contrasting black forend tip and pistol grip end cap with white line spacers. Factory swing swivels installed. This rifle sports a Bausch & Lomb scope with the adjustments on the base. CONDITION: Overall, metal retains approximately 89% of the original factory high polish blue finish with minor edge wear. Walnut stocks are excellent, with minor handling marks. Checkering is sharp. Action is fine and bore is mirror bright. 1,200 - 1,750 1467 - (C) FACTORY ENGRAVED STEYR MANNLICHER MODEL 1950 .270 WITH CLAW MOUNT KAHLES SCOPE. Manufacturer: Mannlicher Shoenauer Model: 1950 Serial No. 1001 Caliber/Bore: .27 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Steyr Model 1950 Mannlicher Schoenauer. Double set triggers. Claw mounted Kahles “H/4x60” marked scope, also engraved “M. SAJOWITZ, WIEN IX.”. Engraved receiver, floorplate and trigger guard featuring oak leaves as well as a horned animal resembling a chamois. Marked on the floorplate “FRITZ SCHILLING/ FRANKFURT/M. / STEYR”. CONDITION: Metal retains 95% blued finish, with the floorplate and trigger guard having been left in the white. All markings are clear. Engraving is sharp. Wood is very good with dings and handling marks, checkering appears to have been freshened. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Scope adjustments are extremely tight and require cleaning and lubrication. Optics are fine, could use cleaning. Slight dent in the left side of the eyepiece, does not affect glass. GR 2,000 - 3,000

1468 - (C) OUTSTANDING FULLSTOCK MAUSER SPORTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Sporter Serial No. 6087 Caliber/Bore: 8X57 Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Barrel marked E. Arzt Graveur, Bushenmacher, Weileim. Spoon bolt with tang safety and delicate border engraving with stippled upper surfaces. Silver inlays on chamber top and sides of receiver. Double set trigger and profusely engraved floor plate with Bull Elk bulging. Checkered and carved full length stock with cheek piece. G&H pattern scope mount with 6X nickel scope. CONDITION: Bore is excellent, action functions properly, blue finish fine with slight high point wear, dried grease from storage is in most protected areas, scope is very slightly cloudy but functions fine. 2,000 - 3,000 1469 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 52 SPORTING RIFLE (1956). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 52 Serial No. 90507C Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Amongst the most desirable of any .22 bolt action sporting rifle ever made. These fine rifles featured details and workmanship never before awarded to the lowly .22 rifle. They include a fine hand checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, rollover cheekpiece, black forend tip, metal pistol grip cap and checkered steel buttplate. The barrel was not cut for a rear sight, instead features a Lyman receiver sight with a hooded ramp front sight. Rifle is magazine fed and includes one original Winchester stamped magazine. Stock has the Super grade cut for sling swivels. CONDITION: Bore is sharp with well defined rifling. The action is smooth as silk. The wood is excellent with sharp checkering and no added finish within its borders. Metal retains 98% plus original blue finish. With just a few minor handling marks, this rifle shows both condition and quality. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 2,500 - 3,500

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1470 - (C) FINE MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1905 SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: 1905 Serial No. 5187 Caliber/Bore: 9x56mm Barrel Length: 19” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Beautiful little fullstock rifle that features double triggers, sporting sights, spoon bolt handle, hand checkered walnut stock, pistol grip, and trapdoor steel buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains nearly complete coverage of the original blue and the stocks are near mint with some light added finish. This is a really sharp old 1905. Fine bore and action. 1,500 - 2,000 1471 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 SUPER GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE (1950). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 70 Serial No. 139316 Caliber/Bore: .300 Magnum Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features Super Grade checkered stock with ebony forend tip, and Winchester red rubber recoil pad. Mounted with Redfield fixed power scope, rings, and mounts. CONDITION: Very fine overall; most original blue. Light wear to stock with minimum dents and scratches. Bright, clean bore. 1,000 - 1,500 1472 - (M) CUSTOM ENGRAVED INTERARMS MARK X BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Interarms Model: Mark X Serial No. B78355 Caliber/Bore: 7mm Rem Mag Barrel Length: 25 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Custom built and engraved Mauser pattern rifle using Interarms Mark X action. Highly figured walnut stock with cheek rest. Canjar single set trigger and barrel equipped with muzzle brake. Scroll and vine engraved receiver and trigger guard with gold inlaid elephant bust marked “ENG, WELCH 0475”. 4 power Redfield scope mounted in Bueler Conetrol rigs and bases. CONDITION: Very fine with several minor bruises and scratches in stock from field use. Action and bore are excellent and show little actual use. Optics are clear. 1,000 - 1,500 1473 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO CLASSIC SPORTING RIFLES FROM REMINGTON & MARLIN Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Marlin Model: (A) 722 (B) 336 Serial No. (A) 406514 (B) V15453 Caliber/Bore: (A) .222 Remington (B) .35 Remington Barrel Length: (A) 26” (B) 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 722 bolt action rifle. A little known rifle to most shooters. It was only made in .222 Remington with a short action manufactured from 1948-62. It featured a plain pistol grip walnut stock with a Remington monogram steel butt-plate. The barrel features a ramp front sight and the rear sight has been removed. The rife sports a period Weaver K-5 scope with Weaver mounts. Sling swivels were standard as well. CONDITION: 95% overall original factory blue with handling marks. Stock is excellent with usual impressions. Fine bore and action. (B) Marlin Model 336 Lever Action Rifle. This is an older model in the popular .35 Remington caliber. Standard full length magazine with two bands, ramp front sight, sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut stocks with Marlin buttplate. A vintage Weaver K-3 and mounts finish off this classic carbine. CONDITION: 95% original blue with overall high edge wear. Stocks are excellent with usual handling marks. Sharp bore and action. 800 - 1,200

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1474 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON RIFLE AND SMITH & WESSON SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) S&W Model: (A) 700 (B) 916-A Serial No. (A) E6747596Z (B) 3B5473 Caliber/Bore: (A) .308 (B) 12 Bore Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 28” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Remington 700 bolt action with fluted barrel, matte finish, no sights, composite stock and sling eyes. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 916-A slide action with non-vented barrel, modified choke, 3” chamber, plain pistol grip walnut stocks, and blued finish. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. This is a great set of near new hunting high quality firearms. Both come with original cardboard shipping boxes. 800 - 1,200 1475 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO MAUSER MODEL 420 & 350 .22 TRAINING RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Mauser Model: (A) 420 (B) 350 B Serial No. (A) 82466 (B) 183721 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 25 - 1/2” (B) 26 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Both rifles are caliber .22 LR, single shot bolt action design with one piece walnut stock with Mauser banner on left side of butt stock. Mauser banner on receiver bridge as well as buttplate. Ramp front sight with slide adjustable military pattern rear sight. Pre-World War II manufacture and used extensively for training purposes of German soldiers and other government personnel. 1” sling swivels and grooves receiver for optics attachment. CONDITION: Good with light to moderate corrosion on exterior of barrels and front sights from storage. Bores are excellent and actions operate properly. Most all blue finish remains and stocks are solid although have had additional finish applied. 700 - 900

1476 - (M) SAKO MODEL L61R 30-06 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sako Model: L61R Serial No. 83378 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern In 1961, Sako introduced the L61R “Finnbear” for long cartridges like the .30-06. It is a high quality sporting arm that features a sightless barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol grip walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb and pad. Rifle sports a Leupold 3x9 scope. CONDITION: Rifle has some minor handling marks but is in near mint over-all condition. A custom quality rifle. 700 - 1,200

1477 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION TARGET RIFLE (1953). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 70 Serial No. 258143 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester Model 70 bolt action target rifle fitted with a Schultz & Larsen Otterup heavy round target barrel, Redfield fixed power scope, and factory target style walnut stock. CONDITION: Very fine, with most original finish remaining. Good shootable bore. 500 - 1,000

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1478 - (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 94 LEVER ACTION CARBINES Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 94 Serial No. (A) 1433685 (B) 958181 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-30 (B) .30-30 Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 1894 World War II production flat band carbine, 20” barrel, .30 WCF caliber. CONDITION: Traces of blue on receiver, 75-80% blue on barrel & magazine tube, good shootable bore. (B) Winchester Model 1894 saddle ring carbine made in 1925, 20” barrel, .30 WCF Barrel. CONDITION: Missing saddle ring, 85+% blue on barrel and magazine tube, good shootable bore. 1,000 - 1,500

1479 - (M) LOT OF 3: BOXED CLASSIC WINCHESTER MODEL 94 LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (ALL) 94 Serial No. (A) 6535508 (B) 5583465 (C) 4531711 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 Colt (B) .30-30 Win (C) .30-30 Win Barrel Length: (A) 16” (B) 20” (C) 20” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Model 94AE with 16” trapper barrel. Features full magazine, hardwood stocks, blued finish, and saddle ring and stud. (B) Sporting carbine with full magazine, walnut stocks with original sticker, blue finish, and sporting sights. Comes with original hang tag. (C) Standard Sporting carbine with no saddle ring, pre-AE model. Features walnut stocks and full magazine. Has original hang tag. CONDITION: All three carbines appear to be in as new condition with just a minor handling marks. All come with original cardboard shipping boxes. 1,000 - 1,500

1480 - (M) MARLIN LIMITED EDITION MODEL 97 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1897 Century Limited Serial No. 18970494 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Offered is a recreation special edition of the famed Marlin Model 1897 lever action rifle. This special rifle features an octagon to round barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, laser engraved frame with a gold fox in panel on left side “John Marlin” on right side with gold notations “To A Hundred Years (1897-1997)”. This rifle is stocked in deluxe grade walnut with oil finish, pistol grip and hand checkered with Marlin monogrammed buttplate. CONDITION: Does not appear to have been fired and is in near new condition inside and out. 1,000 - 1,500

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1481 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 64-A LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1973). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 64A Serial No. 3878764 Caliber/Bore: .30-30 Winchester Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern This is a standard Model 64-A. Features round barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, blue finish with pistol grip walnut stocks and sling eyes. It comes in an original period red, white and blue box with all paperwork and a receipt dated 2002 for this rifle. The box is correct for this period but the matching number has been written in above the original space. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. 1,000 - 1,200 1482 - (C) WINCHESTER 94 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1910). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 94 Serial No. 51039 Caliber/Bore: .30-30 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester Model 1894 semi-deluxe takedown rifle, made in 1910, 26 inch half octagon to round barrel, half length magazine tube, .30 WCF caliber, three leaf express rear sight, Lyman tang sight, shotgun butt with checkered steel butt plate. CONDITION: Receiver mostly grey with traces of blue, 75-80% blue on barrel, refinished nicely figured stock & forearm, checkering is re-cut, good shootable bore. 1,000 - 1,500

1483 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BUFFALO BILL WINCHESTER 94 AND RUGER MKII NRA COMMEMORATIVE Manufacturer: (A) Winchester (B) Ruger Model: (A) 94 Buffalo Bill Com. (B) MK II Serial No. (A) WC13560 (B) NRA-07303 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-30 (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 19” (B) 4 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Manufactured in 1971, Buffalo Bill Commemorative 94 short rifle with 20” octagon barrel and two piece varnished walnut stocks with crescent butt. Inset in stock is the Buffalo Bill Commemorative Coin dated 1971. Rifle comes with box and outer sleeve. CONDITION: As new with a couple light handling marks. Box and sleeve are shop worn. (B) Ruger NRA Endowment commemorative Ruger MKII. 4 inch barrel, fixed sights. NRA inscription on top of receiver, Bill Ruger signature engraved on left side of frame. Special white plastic Ruger grips. CONDITION: Very fine to as new with no indication of use. No box. 1,400 - 2,200

1484 - (C) MARLIN 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1903). Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1894 Serial No. 279509 Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Fine condition model 1894 Marlin rifle. Chambered for .32-20 with full octagon barrel, full magazine, and crescent butt. Case Colored receiver with blade front sight and elevator adjustable rear. CONDITION: Very good with strong case colors and over 80% blue finish on barrel and magazine tube. Bore is very good with some very light spotting in grooves. Action is crisp. Stocks are very good with a few impressions and scratches but otherwise fine. 1,500 - 2,000

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1485 - (M) LOT OF 2: REPRODUCTION HENRY AND 1866 WINCHESTER. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Uberti Model: (A) 1866 (B) Henry Serial No. (A) 35592 (B) 02577 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44-40 Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 24” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Uberti reproduction Model 1866 Winchester saddle ring carbine, 20 inch barrel, .44-40 caliber. Factory engraved. CONDITION: Nearly new (B) Uberti reproduction Henry rifle, 24 inch barrel, .44-40 caliber, factory engraved. CONDITION: Nearly new. 1,800 - 2,800 1486 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE (1920). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 92 SRC Serial No. 905157 Caliber/Bore: .32 WCF Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chambered for the .32-20 cartridge, this standard carbine features a 20” round barrel, full magazine, post front sight, folding ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, blue finish, walnut stocks with carbine butt. CONDITION: This example is extremely clean. The barrel and tube retain at least 98% original blue. The band retains 50% as does the lever. The buttplate retains at least 70% blue while the frame has some of the usual flaking to brown patina but still retains approximately 70% of the bright blue. The stocks are excellent with some minor bumps and bruises but still proud to metal. The bore is sharp and action crisp. This is definitely one of the nicer, all original 1892 carbines. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 2,500 - 3,000 1487 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 MUSKET WITH CLEANING ROD (1903). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 1873 Serial No. 571042B Caliber/Bore: .44 WCF Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Third Model Winchester model 1873 musket with 30 inch barrel. .44 WCF. Original five piece cleaning rod in butt. Made in 1903. CONDITION: Retains 90% original high luster blue with vivid case colors on the lever, hammer and buttplate. There is a spot of moderate pitting on the bottom of the barrel at the muzzle, no bigger than a dime. Some light handling marks in the finish. Wood is fine with some very light handling marks. The whole gun appears to have an old thin coat of dried oil or grease. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 4,000 - 6,000

1488 - (C) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1905). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 138051 Caliber/Bore: .45-90 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester Model 1886 rifle built in 1905, 26 inch octagon barrel, full magazine tube, crescent butt plate, .45-90 caliber. CONDITION: Fully restored with various non-original parts. Bolt, magazine tube, sights, trigger, loading gate and all screws are modern replacements, various internal parts also replaced. Very nicely figured replacement wood, reapplied case colors on frame, lever, and butt plate, bore is excellent, action is crisp and operates smoothly, would make a nice shooter. 2,000 - 3,000

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1489 - (M) BROWNING DELUXE GRADE V MODEL 1886 CARBINE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 02779NY6C7 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern Browning saddle ring carbine featuring nickel frame and lever, gold inlay whitetail deer and grizzly bears, deluxe high gloss checkered wood, round barrel, full length magazine tube, saddle ring, fold-down carbine style rear sight, and carbine style buttplate. CONDITION: Near new with virtually all original finishes. High gloss wood is superb. Near mint bore. 1,500 - 2,000

1490 - (C) LOT OF 3: SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Savage Model: (A) 1899 (B) 1899A (C) 1899 Serial No. (A) 140604 (B) C029356 (C) 179839 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 High Power (B) .243 Win (C) .250-3000 Savage Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 22” (C) 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Savage Model 1899 lever action rifle with Savage hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Fair overall, some original blue remaining. 3-1/2” x 3/8” section of wood missing from right rear of forend and large gouge on bottom of forend. Stock is sound with no visable cracks or splits; scattered dents and scratches. Pitted bore. (B) Savage Model 99A lever action rifle with 3-9 variable power scope and steel buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent overall with nearly all original blue finish and case color on lever. Near mint bore. Nearly new wood with light scratches. (C) Savage Model 1899 lever action rifle, 22-inch barrel, chambered in .250-3000 Savage and steel buttplate. CONDITION: Good overall; 75-80% original blue on barrel, traces of blue on frame, and traces of case color on lever. Dark pitted bore. Stock is cracked in two places at tang. 1,400 - 2,000

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1491 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 63 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 RIFLE (1951). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 63 Serial No. 102710A Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Arguably the finest .22 semi-automatic rifle ever made. Fed through a magazine in the butt which makes for easy loading. The walnut stock features a pistol grip and a finely checkered steel buttplate. The barrel and frame have quality Winchester blue finish. Sights are standard sporting rear and dovetail front. CONDITION: This rifle has seen little use. The metal retains at least 98% original blue finish and the stocks are excellent with just some minor handling marks. The bore shines like new with sharp rifling and the action is crisp. A high condition classic Winchester rifle. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 700 - 1,000

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1492 - (M) LOT OF 3: TWO CALICO LIBERTY I SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLES AND A CALICO LIBERTY III SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: (ALL) Calico Model: (A&B) Liberty I (C) Liberty IIII Serial No. (A) R000949 (B) R000116 (C) B001137 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) 9mm Barrel Length: (A&B) 16” (C) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Calico Liberty I, three port compensator, ribbed grip, foregrip, handguard. Fully adjustable front sight, rear is a combination ghost ring/white dot combat sight mounted to the magazine. Sling swivels on left side. minimalist extendable buttstock. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of finish, barrel with some silvering. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Calico Liberty I, three port compensator, ribbed grip, foregrip, handguard. Fully adjustable front, magazine rear. Sling swivels on left side. Minimalist extendable buttstock. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of finish, barrel starting to silver. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (C) Calico Liberty III, three port compensator, ribbed grip and handguard, added section of rail. Fully adjustable front sight. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of its finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 1,000 - 1,500

1493 - (M) LOT OF THREE: CALICO LIBERTY I & LIBERTY II SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLES AND A CALICO LIBERTY III SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: (ALL) Calico Model: (A) Liberty II (B) Liberty I (C) Liberty III Serial No. (A) T000303 (B) R000467 (C) B000307 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) 9mm Barrel Length: (A&B) 16” (C) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Calico Liberty II, three port compensator, ribbed grip, foregrip, handguard. Fully adjustable front sight, rear is a combination ghost ring/white dot combat sight mounted to the magazine. Sling swivels on left side. Solid extendable buttstock. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of finish, barrel with flaking. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Calico Liberty I, three port compensator, ribbed grip, foregrip, handguard. Fully adjustable front, magazine rear. Sling swivels on left side. Minimalist extendable buttstock. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the vast majority of finish, barrel starting to flake. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (C) Calico Liberty III, three port compensator, small brass catcher, ribbed grip and handguard. Fully adjustable front sight. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of its finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 1,200 - 1,800 1494 - (C) SEMI-DELUXE HALF PLATE WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 (1919). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1906 Serial No. 568153B Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This semi-deluxe rifle features a factory nickle plated frame and the stock has scarce pistol grip. The barrel and tube are factory blue. Sights are standard. CONDITION: Approximately 90% plus original factory nickle remains on the frame. The barrel and tube are a smooth blue-brown mix with sharp legends. The wood is very good and has been refinished and slightly shy to metal. The bore is visible but not great. The Winchester buttplate shows wear. This is a very scarce and hard to find example. 1,000 - 1,500 152

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1495 - (C) FINE REMINGTON MODEL 14 1/2 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE IN 44-40 CALIBER. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 14 - 1/2 Serial No. 89337 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rem./.44 WCF Barrel Length: 22 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This slick little slide action .44-40 was made from 1912-22 and is wildly popular with both collectors and shooters. It featured a round barrel with 2/3 magazine which was shortened from standard length, sporting sights, blue finish with walnut stock and grooved fore-end. It has the distinctive smooth magazine tube and the head of a .44 cartridge set into the left side of the frame. CONDITION: Tube shortened and hanger removed. 90% remaining blue on barrel that is now drifting. The frame is a thinning clean 85% with some minor age freckles. Rifle has a clean and strong bore and a fine action. Stocks are excellent but there is a very easily repaired light crack on right side near frame. Magazine could easily be changed to proper length. 1,000 - 1,500

1496 - (C) LOT OF 3: PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (ALL) 1890 Serial No. (A) 468254 (B) 186756 (C) 494703 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 WRF (B) .22 Short (C) .22 WRF Barrel Length: (ALL) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Lot consists of: three rifles that feature full octagon barrels, tube magazines, sporting sights, takedown, blue finish, grooved walnut forend, walnut stocks, and metal rifle buttplate. (A) Made in 1912. CONDITION: Nice even 75% blue-brown-grey patina. Stocks are excellent with usual dings and impressions. Very good bore with dull but visible rifling. (B) Made in 1904. CONDITION: Metal all grey with some age spotting. Buttstock is excellent. Forearm is cracked. Visible rifling but dull. (C) Made in 1913. CONDITION: 75% smooth blue mixing with soft grey and sharp legends. 50% factory bright blue on frame with light scratching. Fine wood with some added finish. Really nice bore. 1,000 - 1,500

1497 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLE (1950). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 61 Serial No. 127300 Caliber/Bore: .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic One of the finest slide action .22 rifles ever made. Features round barrel, tube fed, blue finish, takedown, plain pistol grip walnut stock, flat bottom grooved forend with checkered steel butt-plate. CONDITION: There are a couple of handling marks on frame and stocks but a solid 99% firearm. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 800 - 1,200 1498 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 90 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLE (1925) Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 90 Serial No. 683283 Caliber/Bore: .22 Long Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made for 51 years, one of the longest running production .22 slide action rifles ever made. This example is in .22 long and has all standard features to include full octagon barrel, loading tube, take-down, sporting sights, blue finish with grooved walnut forend and rifle butt. CONDITION: While there is some minor spotting and handling wear, metal remains at about 95% plus while wood is excellent showing a few minor impressions. Rifling is strong and action crisp. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 800 - 1,500

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1499 - (C) SCARCE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN 1933 BANNER MAUSER REICHS-POST DRP RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 98K Serial No. 56881 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a commercially produced banner Mauser 98k rifle, dated 1933. This was purchased by the Postal Service and has the proper DRP cartouche on the left side of the stock, as well as the city marking in the sling cutout on the right side. Matching numbers. Not import marked. CONDITION: Finish has a mottled appearance, most likely touched up. Markings are clear. Wood is very good with dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

1500 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN GUSTLOFF KKW SA MARKED 98K STYLE .22 TRAINING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Gustloff Model: KKW Serial No. 215800 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration with bayonet lug. Single shot. Brown leather sling. “SAd.NSDAP” cartouche in the left side of the butt. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall with some handling marks and minor surface rust. Some light pitting on the top of the bolt body. All markings are clear. Wood is good, some dings and handling marks. Glued break in the wrist area. Its solid, but could be better addressed. Stock cartouche is crisp. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,200 - 1,800

1501 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE BRITISH WORLD WAR II ERA RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Fazakerley (B) Enfield (C) Long Branch Model: (A) No. 5 Mk. 1 Jungle Carbine (B) Mk. III* (C) No. 4 Mk. 1 Serial No. (A) T5843 (B) A5833 (C) 27L6581 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .303 Barrel Length: (A) 20 - 1/2” (B) 25 - 1/4” (C) 25 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration No. 5 Mk. 1 Jungle Carbine from Fazakerley. Dated 12/44 on the left side of the receiver. Arsenal refurbished and renumbered at some point. One magazine. Does not appear to be import marked. CONDITION: Retains 75% finish overall. All markings are clear. Wood is fine with some dings and handling marks. Fine bore with strong rifling. Fine mechanical function. (B) Standard configuration Enfield Mk. III*. Dated 1918 on the butt socket, right side. All matching numbers. Does not appear to be import marked. One magazine. CONDITION: Retains 70% finish overall. All markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. (C) Standard configuration No. 4 MK I. Dated 1943 on the receiver. All numbers including magazine are matching, the forend having been arsenal matched. Small import mark on the left side of receiver. CONDITION: Retains 80% finish overall. All markings are clear. Wood is fine with some dings and handling marks. Fine bore with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000

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1502 - (C) RESTORED JAMES RIVER ARMORY “S/147” CODE 98K BOLT ACTION SNIPER RIFLE. Manufacturer: J.P. Sauer & Sohn Model: 98k Serial No. 1763 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Professionally restored by James River Arsenal, this rifle was manufactured by J.P. Sauer & Sohn in 1937. Receiver ring is marked “S/147 / 1937” with early war drooping eagle Waffenamts. Russian “X” capture mark is partially obliterated by hole for scope mount. Laminated stock with early war buttplate. Jena Zielvier scope with extended sniper bolt safety. Serial numbers have been renumbered to match receiver. Stocks appear to be refurbished and have new Mauser “WaA655” waffenamt stamps with a new Heer eagle over “H” stamp. Metal components have been refinished in a black finish. Receiver has been drilled to accommodate the scope mounts. Complete with cleaning rod, reproduction sling, manual, and original James River Armory invoice. Camp Perry National Match sticker wrapped around trigger guard. CONDITION: Metal components show light pitting under finish. Little to no wear to finish aside from small areas of loss to where the scope mounts. Markings on metal components are soft, but legible. Scope shows few minor cosmetic handling marks. Stocks show little to no handling or storage marks. Bright bore with strong rifling throughout. Mechanically excellent. 2,000 - 2,500

1503 - (C) LOT OF TWO: FINE PAIR OF 1917 ENFIELD BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1917 Eddystone Serial No. (A) 775070 (B) 1230514 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-06 (B) .30-06 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Eddystone Model 1917. Typical rebuild with mostly Eddystone parts, Winchester stock, post War matte refinish, Arsenal rebuild stamp on left side of stock. CONDITION: Very good bore and action. Excellent stock. 70% metal. (B) Same model as above with Canadian stamp on right side of stock, red line paint to indicate caliber .30-06 so Canadian army would not use the .303 British round. Original World War I finish on metal. A347 stamped on top of stock and top of buttplate. All visible Eddystone parts. CONDITION: Stock is chipped on left side toe. 75% metal overall. Very good bore and action. 1,500 - 2,000

1504 - (C) LOT OF THREE: KRAG COLLECTORS LOT OF 3 RIFLES. Manufacturer: (ALL) Springfield Model: (A) 96 Krag (B) 98 Krag (C) 98 Krag Serial No. (A) 78747 (B) 387331 (C) 428400 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .30-40 Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 24 1/2” (C) 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) 1896 Krag Carbine with Arsenal correct stock has no inspectors cartouche but does have the circle “P” at wrist. CONDITION: Most all arsenal blue remains on barrel while over 70% faded blue remains on receiver. Stock is very good with a few minor impressions and small repaired chip to rear of bolt handle. Very fine bright shiny bore and smooth action. (B) 1898 Krag rifle with 1902 cartouche and Kerr No-Buckle sling. CONDITION: Good bore with darkness in grooves. Action is smooth and operational. Stocks are bruises but not sanded and have several minor cracks at bolt handle and magazine area. Barrel and action have turned an even patina finish. Sling is excellent. (C) Sporterized 1898 Krag with 24 - 1/2 inch barrel and shortened stock with recoil pad. CONDITION: Good bore with some darkness in grooves but a great northern hunting sporter. 1,200 - 1,800

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1505 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER BYF 43 98K RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 98K Serial No. 46224h Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Marked “byf/ 43” on the receiver ring. All external numbers are matching. Original front sight hood and cleaning rod. Not import marked. CONDITION: Gun shows use. Retains 60% finish with some areas of light surface rust or discoloration. Markings are clear. Laminated stock has dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,000 - 1,500

1506 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMITH CORONA AND REMINGTON 1903A3 MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Smith Corona (B) Remington Model: (BOTH) 1903A3 Serial No. (A) 3683718 (B) 4143865 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-06 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Very fine post-WWII rebuilt Smith Corona 1903A3. Straight stock with FJA cartouche and Raritan Arsenal rebuild marking. Parkerized finis overall with 5-43 SC dated barrel. Mixed Remington and Smith Corona parts. Undated WWII leather sling. CONDITION: Rifle is as new, arsenal rebuilt. Excellent bore with little if any use since re-issue. Slight finish loss on butt plate from storage as well as a water mark on butt from same. (B) Remington 1903A3 with 12-43 dated barrel. FJA inspected with two tone parkerized and blued finishes. Rifle is lightly covered in long term storage grease and appears to be excellent condition. Needs detailed cleaning and degreaseing. 1,000 - 1,500

1507 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH-CORONA AND REMINGTON 03-A3 BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Smith-Corona (B) Remington Model: (BOTH) 03-A3 Serial No. (A) 3645069 (B) 3895475 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: (BOTH) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Smith Corona Barrel dated 9-43. Parkerized finish with blued bands. Smooth 1903 butt plate and Remington marked bolt. Arsenal rebuild marked RA-P stock. CONDITION. Very good with most all finish remaining. Excellent 2 groove bore with ME 1.5 TE 2. Action operates properly. (B) Remington 1903-A3, barrel dated 6-43. Parkerized finish with walnut straight stock inspected FJA. CONDITION: Good, with good 2 groove bore measuring TE1.5 and ME 2. Stocks are oil stained but solid. Most all parkerized finish remains. Operates properly. 900 - 1,300

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1508 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD 1903 BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 1292423 (B) 491058 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1928, fitted with 2-29 dated barrel, two pin finger groove straight stock with type III handguard, smooth buttplate, grooved trigger. Parkerized finish overall with updated sight knobs. No cartouche on stock but retains circle “P” proof at wrist. CONDITION: Good overall with worn frosted bore with TE of 3+ and ME of 2+. Stocks are worn but serviceable with numerous small scratches and bruises. Metal retains 80% of the parkerized finish with wear at muzzle, high points, and buttplate. Action operates properly. (B) Manufactured 1911, fitted with 1-19 dated “AV” marked barrel. Two pin finger groove stock with type III handguard, smooth buttplate, updated sight knobs and 1917 dated Lawrence military sling. CONDITION: Good overall with bright shiny bore TE2+ ME1.5. Stock is lightly sanded and has no markings. Metal retains over 80% parkerized finish. Action operates properly. Sling is good and supple. 800 - 1,200 1509 - (C) ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH MARINE CORPS MODIFICATIONS. Manufacturer: Rock Island Arsenal Model: 1903 Serial No. 292017 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in 1918 with finger grooved two pin stock and Type III handguard. Fine checkered buttplate with trap. Concave dished sight adjustment knobs on rear sight. Barrel is USMC 1-44 dated with Sedgley circle “S” stamp. Receiver has the Marine Corps large gas port drilled into left side of receiver. These rifles were rebuilt and utilized by the United States Marine Corps for use during World War II and for the planned invasion of Japan. This rifle serial number 292017 just makes the shootable serial number range that started at serial number 285507 after the improved heat treatment was implemented. CONDITION: Good, as completely arsenal refinished. The bore is very good, bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. The action works properly and smoothly. The wood stocks have numerous minor bruises and imperfections from use and storage but are solid and functional. The exterior finish is very good with most all of the late grey parkerized finish remaining. Rifle comes with a certificate from the CMP indicating the rifle was sold January 2000. 750 - 1,000 1510 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: 1903 Serial No. 117866 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Typical between the wars rebuild. The frame was built in 1906 while the barrel is an “SA 11-10”. Has the “DAL” inspector stamp of Daniel Leary who came up with the armory in 1918. Handguard was first used in 1928. Rear sight adjusting knobs are knurled but no grooves. Coarse checkered buttplate. All milled parts. Early two bolt stock with wide finger grooves. Swept bolt. CONDITION: Frame retains 50% of early reapplied commercial type blue finish. ME reading: 2. TE reading: 3. Stock is fine with usual bumps. Comes with period sling. 600 - 800 1511 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: 1903 Serial No. 216304 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Typical World War II rebuild using a very early 1908 frame with a January 1942 Springfield barrel, non-finger grooved stock with twin bolts and 1930’s handguard World War II rare sight, smooth buttplate, pressed barrel band, balance original milled steel. Walnut stock has Rariton Arsenal re-build “RA-P” stamp. CONDITION: Grey gun metal frame, parkerized barrel. ME reading: 1.5. TE reading: 1. Nice dark stock with usual bumps. 600 - 800

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1512 - (C+A) LOT OF 2: CARL GUSTAF MODEL 1896 & RUSSIAN MODEL 1891 BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Carl Gustaf (B) Tula Model: (A) Model 1896 (B) 1891 Serial No. (A) 65949 (B) N6045 Caliber/Bore: (A) 6.5mm Swedish (B) 7.62x54R Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 1/2” (B) 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of a Carl Gustaf Model 1896 and a Russian Model 1891 Mosin Nagant bolt action rifle. (A) C. A. I. import. Manufactured by Carl Gustaf in 1900. Matching numbers include: receiver, bolt, rear sight, floorplate, and buttplate. Complete with cleaning rod and leather sling. CONDITION: Metal components show traces of bluing through thinning and wear. Stock shows scattered handling marks. Bore is poor, showing heavy corrosion throughout, but retains good rifling. (B) SAMCO import. Hex receiver manufactured by Tula in 1898. Imperial eagles present on receiver and barrel above manufacturer. Finnish property stamp on left side of barrel. Matching numbers include receiver and bolt. Correct curved Konovalov rear sight. CONDITION: Metal components show minor cosmetic wear. Stock shows handling marks as well as cut out sections under rear sling swivel. Initial’s “N.L.” carved into forend. Good bore with light frosting. Strong rifling throughout. 700 - 900 1513 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD 1903 AND 1917 MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Remington Model: (A) 1903 (B) 1917 Serial No. (A) 1236475 (B) 564178 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-06 (B) .30-06 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Springfield Model 1903 bolt action magazine rifle made in 1921. Scant style later stock with top handguard wood. Military rear sight with sporting ramp style front sight. Blued action and barrel with polished bolt. Military style trigger and original military style safety. Comes with green woven sling. CONDITION: Rifle has been completely refinished with action drilled for scope mount and peep sight. Rifle is an attempt to return a sporterized 1903 to its original military form using military parts. All metal has been refinished with wood being cleaned. B) Model 1917 Enfield bolt action rifle made in 1918. Remington marked bolt and receiver. “P” marked stock. Barrel stamped “JA” with flaming bomb. Original military style sights. Comes with 1918 dated military style leather sling. CONDITION: Refinished metal parts with cleaned stock. Mechanically solid with shootable bore. 700 - 900 1514 - (M) SPRINGFIELD M1A SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: M1A Serial No. 88863 Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern This fine semi-automatic military style rifle features a black composite stock, matte blue finish, and muzzle brake. CONDITION: Near new inside and out and comes with one magazine. 1,000 - 1,500 1515 - (M) CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD M1A SUPER MATCH. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: M1A Super Match Serial No. 29068 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm NATO Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern Custom built with stainless steel Krieger 1-11 twist heavy barrel. Bedded over sized match walnut stock. Nationall match front and rear sights and tuned trigger assembly. The 1-11 twist barrel is ideally suited for the 155 grain Palma Match bullets and rifle has been obviously built for this series of competition. CONDITION: Very fine with little evidence of use. Slight high point finish wear from carry and storage. Bore is excellent and shows little to no use. Stock has several very minor bruises from light range use. Mechanics operate properly. 1,000 - 1,500 158

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1516 - (M) ARMS CORP. M-14 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Arms Corp. Model: M-14 Serial No. 17325 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm NATO Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern Built using the commercial Armscorp M14 semi-automatic receiver with USGI parts. TRW 11-63 chrome lined barrel with USGI flash hider with bayonet lug. Standard USGI military surplus parts are used in the trigger assembly, operating rod, bolt, sights, and gas system. A commercial National Match pattern recoil spring guide has been used, however all other parts appear to be GI. Fiberglass USGI stock has been customized with the selector slot being filled and camouflaged with matching handguard. Rifle has been glass bedded and gas system has been welded into the Match configuration. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore with sharp rifling. Light use is evident but little wear is observed. The exterior finish has wear at high points from carry and storage. Action works and operates properly. Magazines have been painted to match both stock and handguard. Stock is very fine with no damage or material losses. 1,200 - 1,600 1517 - (M) NORINCO SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Norinco Model: SKS Serial No. 1503067 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Stocked with a nylon pistol grip sporter stock stamped combat exchange. Made in China. Otherwise a standard semi-automatic SKS style rifle. CONDITION: Excellent. 300 - 500 1518 - (M) JAMES RIVER JRAK47 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH SHIPPING BOX. Manufacturer: James River Model: JRAK47 Serial No. N6921 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Modern Standard AK pattern rifle with wooden furniture and brown plastic grip. Stamped metal receiver. Tapco 62 trigger. Marked for James River just forward of magazine well. Slant brake. Comes in what appears to be original cardboard box with number sharpied to match. CONDITION: Very good with some handling marks from operation and use. Wood has been refinished. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Box is good. 600 - 800 1519 - (M) LOT OF THREE: BUSHMASTER XM15-E2S, E.A. CO. J-15, AND OLYMPIC ARMS COMMANDO SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLES WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: (A) Bushmaster (B) E.A. Co (C) Olympic Arms Model: (A) XM15-E2S (B) J-15 (C) Commando Serial No. (A) L056088 (B) EA.041699 (C) S.F.1032 Caliber/Bore: (A) .223 Remington (B) .223 Remington/5.56x45mm (C) 5.56 NATO Barrel Length: (ALL) 16” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Bushmaster lower, unmarked upper. Telescopic 2-position stock, no sights, shell deflector and forward assist, A2 style handguard and grip. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) E.A. Co J-15 with telescopic three position stock, standard carry handle sights, Lone Star Ordnance foregrip attached to barrel. CONDITION: Good. Retains majority of finish with some marks from handling and operation. Charging handle with significant losses. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (C) Olympic Arms Commando in standard configuration with long flash hider, carry handle sights, three position telescoping stock, Lone Star Ordnance foregrip attached to barrel. CONDITION: Very good, with some scattered marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes with 5 “NINETY ROUNDER” Drums and sixteen magazines from various makers. 1,200 - 1,800

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1520 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP-1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE (1974). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SP1 Serial No. SP40523 Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured 1974, front sight adjustable for elevation, rear for windage. A1 style furniture. OD green sling attached. Bayonet lug has had a foregrip attached and pinned in place. “C” marked bolt carrier. Colt magazine. Butt trap with small screwdriver, two allen keys, and matches. CONDITION: Good, with marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a good bore. 1,200 - 1,800 1521 - (C) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: H&R Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 4777663 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Harrington & Richardson manufactured M-1 Garand with Harrington & Richarson marked barrel dated 6-54. Harrington & Richardson marked bolt, operating rod, and trigger group. Correct sights and configuration. Correct Harrington & Richardson stock with circle “P” proof and Department of Defense eagle with three stars. CONDITION: Overall good with 70% parkerized finish on metal parts and wood having 70% hand rubbed finish with light handling marks. TE reading: 2. ME reading: 3. 1,200 - 1,800 1522 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER AND IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (A) Winchester (B) Irwin-Pedersen Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 1078269 (B) 1781089 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 17 - 3/4” (B) 17 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Winchester M-1 carbine made between October 1942 and December 1943. Winchester marked barrel with all internal parts manufactured by Winchester. Push button style safety and early clip release. Late style bayonet sling band. Correct rear flip sight. Correct unmarked top wood. Buttstock marked with “WRA GHD” cartouche with crossed cannons. Comes with early style khaki sling, oiler, two clips and Avery pouch dated 1943. CONDITION: Arsenal refinished metal parts with correct internals. Uncut wood with correct marks. Minor handling marks. ME of 2 with good mechanics. (B) Irwin Pedersen manufactured M-1 carbine made between April 1943 and June 1943. Underwood made barrel dated 6-44. Push button safety and early clip release. Correct style rear flip sight. Mixed internal parts but correct. Correct top wood with aftermarket buttstock. Comes with sling and oiler. CONDITION: Arsenal refinished metal parts with non-matching period correct replacement parts. Aftermarket buttstock. ME of 2 with good mechanics. 1,250 - 1,750 1523 - (C) INLAND M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: Inland Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 429752 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Inland manufactured M1 carbine with Inland manufactured barrel dated 6-43. All internal parts consistent with Inland manufacture. Wood stocks with high wood stock marked in slingwell “IO”. “P” in circle proof and crossed cannons in proper places on stock. Comes with reproduction green woven sling and oiler. 15 round later style clip with dimpled bottom. Good example of World War II M1 carbine. CONDITION: Overall good with good mechanics. Arsenal style finish worn to 80% from handling. Good bore with ME of 2. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,250 - 1,750

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1524 - (C) LOT OF 2: IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) IrwinPedersen Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 1775624 (B) 1771978 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Irwin Pedersen manufactured M-1 carbine made between November 1942 and March 1943. Underwood barrel dated 2-43. Gun rearsenalled for Korea with some M-2 parts including cut wood, round bolt and M-2 style slide well but is an M1. Most internal parts not marked. Late style bayonet sling band, rear sight and flip safety. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and two 15 round mags. CONDITION: Overall good with reapplied arsenal finish. Stock has service marks with original look to the gun. Shootable bore with ME of 2 and good mechanics. (B) Irwin Pedersen manufactured M-1 carbine made between November 1942 and March 1943. Inland marked barrel dated 3-44. Mixed internal parts with M-2 slide well and cut stock consistent with M-2 arsenal rebuild for Korea but remains an M1. Late style bayonet sling band, flip safety and magazine catch. Correct flip rear sight (replacement). Aftermarket buttstock with late four rivet top wood. Comes with sling, ammo pouch and two 15 round mags. CONDITION: Gun has reapplied arsenal finish on metal parts and aftermarket buttstock. Shootable bore with ME of 2 and good mechanics. 1,500 - 1,800 1525 - (C) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON US M1 GARAND POST-KOREAN WAR SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: H&R Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 4711051 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic December 1953 to February 1955. Offered is an excellent, original post-Korea Garand with all “HRA” marked parts: bolt stamped “6528287 HRA”, barrel stamped “HRA 2-54”, trigger group stamped “HRA”, cut op-rod stamped “HRA”, lower frame stamped “D6528291”. The rear sight left disc stamped “HRA”. Has cross slot gas plug. Stock has proper 3/8” “DOD” stamp with block “P” on wrist. CONDITION: Fine with 95%+ arsenal matte finish and excellent matching color stock with usual dings. ME reading: 2. TE reading: 3. Comes with period sling. No major rebuild or major mixed parts. 1,500 - 2,000 1526 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 921438 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Springfield receiver made in October of 1942 with Springfield barrel dated 4-47. Early style rear sight and gas plug. Milled trigger group with all “SA” marked parts. “SA” marked op rod and bolt. Walnut stocks with “P” in circle proof and “256” rack number on left butt. Comes with World War II style oiler. CONDITION: 70% remaining arsenal refinish on metal parts. Wood is oil soaked and cartouche is barely visible due to the service marks all over the stock. Shootable bore. TE reading: 1. ME reading: 1. Good mechanics. 1,500 - 2,500 1527 - (C) JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Johnson Model: Model 1941 Serial No. B8863 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1941 manufactured “B” series Johnson Rifle. Known for USMC use in the Pacific Theatre, the Johnson rifle is one of the least common World War II combat rifles to encounter. Walnut stocks, parkerized finish, checkered butt plate manufactured by Cranston Arms Company. CONDITION: Very good with over 70% parkerized finish remaining. Stock has been shaved down at wrist for smaller hands. Bore is excellent, stocks have minor period bruises and abrasions but very serviceable. Action operates properly. 2,000 - 3,000

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1528 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 3818333 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic March to June 1945. This World War II rifle was made just prior to VE Day. The barrel is dated 2-45, the bolt is stamped (D28287-19SA) (correct), “D28290-12SA” stamped on trigger group, “D28291” lower frame, “D35382 9 SA” on uncut op-rod. Has square end lock bar rear sight with cross slotted gas trap nut. The beautiful dark walnut stock has the correct “SA NFR” inspector stamp of Norm Ramsey in box on left side with “P” stamped on wrist. CONDITION: Metal retains at least 95% of the arsenal applied matte grey finish. Stocks match in color, have the usual small marks, and are quite handsome. ME reading: 2. TE reading: 2. From what we can find, this rifle is almost completely original to the time frame, at least most of the expensive parts are correct. This rifle could have landed at Normandy! A great World War II Garand. A proper era US marked bayonet, scabbard, and sling comes with the lot. 2,000 - 2,500 1529 - (M) OHIO ORDNANCE SELF LOADING RIFLE MODEL 1918A3 SEMI-AUTOMATIC BAR 7.62X51. Manufacturer: Ohio Ordnance Works Model: 1918A3 Serial No. 484 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm NATO Barrel Length: 25” FFL Status: Modern Introduced in 1996, the Ohio Ordnance 1918A3 uses a combination of a new-made receiver and GI-surplus components to make a semi-automatic closed bolt copy of the Browning Automatic Rifle. The top of the receiver bears the model and caliber markings, with the “CHARDON, OH” address over the patent and three-digit serial number. Barrel is marked “M 1919 R 528” on the top between the receiver and carry handle, “7.62x51” on the left side. Looks just like the World War II 1918A2 model with black plastic stock, wood forend and carry handle. Bipod. One proper 7.62x51 magazine. Brief research shows that there was a very limited production run of these in this caliber as opposed to the standard .30-06 for use by reenactors. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall with some light handling marks. All markings are clear. Stocks are fine with light handling marks. Fine bore. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,500 - 3,500

1530 - (C) LOT OF 2: INLAND M-1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Inland Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 949178X (B) 4994477 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 17 - 3/4” (B) 17 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Inland manufactured receiver with duplicate serial number code of “X” at the end of the serial number. The “X” means that there is a duplicate serial numbered gun made by Saginaw. Made between July 1943 and December 1943 with an Inland marked barrel dated 12-43. Gun imported by “ARL Ordnance”. Mixed internal parts with most being correct Inland marked. Refitted for Korea with late style flip safety, adjustable rear sight, bayonet lug and clip release. “IO” marked four rivet top wood with “IO” marked uncut buttstock. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch, oiler and one 15 round clip. CONDITION: A) Overall good with arsenal refinish. Shootable bore with good mechanics. ME of 2. (B) Inland manufactured M-1 carbine made between April 1943 and July 1943. Inland marked barrel with illegible date. Gun was imported by “ARL Ordnance”. Mixed internal parts. Refitted for Korea with late sight, flip safety, round bolt and bayonet sling band. “RIA” marked rearsenalled wood. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and two 15 round mags. CONDITION: Overall good with arsenal refit. Shootable bore with good mechanics. ME of 2. 1,800 - 2,500

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1531 - (C) LOT OF 2: HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON AND SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) H&R (B) Springfield Model: (BOTH) M1G Serial No. (A) 5741976 (B) 742066 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-06 (B) .30-06 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) H&R manufacture, 1955 fitted with SA 4-52 barrel, Three piece walnut stock set. Mixed internal parts from period arsenal rebuild. CONDITION: Very good with shiny bore with ME 2 and TE 2. Stocks are lightly oil soaked but full sized and have Large Ordnance inspection on left side. Small import mark on left side of receiver. Operates properly. (B) 1942 manufacture Springfield with 10-50 dated barrel with locking bar rear sight and three piece beech stock set without inspection marks. CONDITION: Very good as arsenal refurbished, bore is bright and shiny with TE 4 and ME 2. Stocks are solid and full sized with no abuse. Finish on metal is very good with over 90% remaining. Operates properly. 1,400 - 2,100 1532 - (C) LOT OF TWO: NATIONAL POSTAL METER AND UN-QUALITY M-1 CARBINE. Manufacturer: (A) National Poster Meter (B) Un-Quality Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 1981607 (B) 4447722 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) National Postal Meter manufactured M-1 carbine made between September 1943 and November 1943. Marlin marked barrel with no date. Correct “N” marked trigger group and slide. Gun was rebuilt for Korea with round bolt, sling band with bayonet stud, rear adjustable sight and flip safety. Uncut wood buttstock with “NPM FJA” and crossed cannons visible on right side of stock. Racking numbers stamped on left side of stock. “IO” marked two rivet top wood. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and two 15 round mags. CONDITION: Overall good with 60% arsenal finish with service marks. Shootable bore with ME of 2 and good mechanics. (B) One of 29000 receivers built by Union Switch and Signal between October 1943 and March 1944 for Quality Hardware. Inland marked barrel dated 3-44. Gun was rearsenalled for Korea with M2 style cut stock, slide and round bolt but is an M1. Mixed manufacture internal parts. Replacement rear flip sight. Late style four rivet top wood, flip safety, bayonet sling band and clip release. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and three 15 round clips. CONDITION: 60% arsenal refinish with shootable bore (ME of 2) and good mechanics. 1,200 - 1,700

1533 - (C) LOT OF 2: UN-QUALITY AND IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (A) Un-Quality (B) Irwin-Pedersen Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 4450942 (B) 1765693 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) One of 29000 frames made by Union, Switch and Signal for Quality Hardware between October 1943 and March 1944. Underwood marked barrel dated 2-44. Internal parts correct with all made by Quality Hardware except flip safety and clip release which were modified when rebuilt for Korea. Correct flat bolt with correct markings. Replaced rear sight. Late style bayonet stud sling band. “Q-RMC” marked two rivet top wood and buttstock with “RIA” rearsenal stamp on buttstock. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and three 15 round mags. CONDITION: Overall good with usage marks. Shootable bore (ME of 2) with good mechanics.(B) Irwin Pedersen manufactured between November 1942 and March 1943. Underwood marked barrel dated 11-42. Import marked by “ARL Ordnance”. Mixed maker internal parts. Late style sling band with bayonet stud, flip safety, adjustable rear sight and clip release consistent with rebuild. Uncut stock with “PU” in sling well and “IO” marked top wood. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and two 15 round mags. CONDITION: Overall good with good mechanics. Shootable bore with ME of 2. Stock sanded and refinished. 1,200 - 1,700

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1534 - (C) KOREAN WAR SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 5437301 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1954 for the Korean War. Barrel dated 10-54 with proper Springfield Armory markings. All internal components are “SA” marked or unmarked. Stock has the Korean War period Ordnance eagle with three stars inspection. CONDITION: TE reading: less than 1. ME reading: less than 1. Parkerized finish is near new with over 95% still present with losses at high points. Stocks are slightly bruised and stained from Arsenal storage but are very good. Rifle comes with CMP certificate of sale dated January 2004 as an M1 Garand Collector Grade rifle. 1,000 - 1,400

1535 - (C) SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 1420821 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured 1943 and comes with certificate from CMP that it was sold as a service grade rifle in June 2000. Rifle appears to be all original and correct with “SA 2-43” dated barrel, un-modified Springfield Armory op-rod with correct drawing number, proper late op-rod catch, proper 12SA bolt with proper drawing number, proper locking bar rear sight, proper milled barrel band with solid pin, and proper McFarlane stock cartouche with circle “P” proof inspection at pistol grip. CONDITION: Very good overall and a fine original World War II M1 Garand rifle. The exterior parkerized finish is very good with typical high point wear with over 90% remaining. TE reading: 3.5. ME reading: 5. The bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Stocks have been lightly cleaned but have very good visible cartouches and proofs. The mechanics operate properly. 1,000 - 1,400

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1536 - (M) FABRIQUE NATIONALE 1919 SEMI-AUTO BELT FED .308/7.62 NATO MACHINEGUN Manufacturer: FN Browning Model: Model 1919 /IDF 10 Serial No. 7100029 Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester Barrel Length: 24 “ FFL Status: Modern Custom fabricated utilizing a commercial semi automatic right sideplate and Israeli contracted Fabrique Nationale 1919 single spade parts set. Left side plate crisply marked Fabrique Nationale D’Armes De Guerre, hestal Belgique and dated 1956. Single wood handled spade trigger assembly and chambered for 7.62 Nato. Uses cloth belts and has standard 24 inch barrel with ventilated shroud. This variation in full automatic is known as the Mod. 10 in Israel. Folding rear sight with dial adjustments to 1800 meters and folding non-hooded front sight. Top receiver plate is clearly marked with Israeli marking and all designations are in Hebrew. The 1919 was one of the favored guns used by the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) and used in great numbers until replacement in the 1970’s. CONDITION, Very good with most period grey/green parkerized finish remaining. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. Action is smooth and operates properly in semi-auto, wood spade grips has slight scuffing but in no way effects operation. Really a great gun for the World War II enthusiast who does not care to spend 20,000.00 for an authentic machine gun variation. 1,000 - 2,000

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1537 - (C) LOT OF 5: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER & SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND RECEIVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) International Harvester (C) Springfield (D) Springfield (E) Springfield Model: (ALL) M1 Garand Receiver Serial No. (A) 481 (B) 5183712 (C) 372863 (D) 3280962 (E) 6280 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: (ALL) N/A FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of five M1 Garand receivers manufactured by International Harvester and Springfield Armory. (A) Springfield Armory parkerized receiver, Serial no. 481. Receiver has its rear sights. CONDITION: Receiver retains 90%+ of arsenal applied parkerized finish. White paint rubbed on rear of receiver atop of serial number and manufacturer markings. Receiver has minor handling marks all around. (B) International Harvester parkerized receiver, serial no. 5183712. Receiver missing rear sights. CONDITION: Receiver retains 90%+ of arsenal applied finish. Showing light handling marks all around. (C) Springfield Armory blued receiver, serial no. 372863. Receiver does not have rear sight. CONDITION: Receiver retains 80% of arsenal applied blue finish, showing high edge wear and handling marks all around. (D) Springfield Armory receiver, serial no. 3280962. Receiver is missing rear sight. CONDITION: Receiver retains 85-90% of arsenal applied finish, showing light handling marks all around. (E) Springfield Armory parkerized receiver, serial no. 6280. Receiver is missing rear sight. CONDITION: Receiver retains 80-85% of arsenal applied finish, showing the most handling marks and finish wear out of the group. Also included is an M1 Garand gas cylinder, front sight, and serial numbered CMP paperwork for the receivers. Overall, this is an excellent grouping of America’s most iconic WWII rifle’s receiver. 1,000 - 1,500 1538 - (C) LOT OF 2: UNDERWOOD AND NATIONAL POSTER METER M1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (A) Underwood (B) National Poster Meter Model: (A) M1 Carbine (B) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 1372130 (B) 4150980 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 Carbine (B) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Underwood M1 Carbine 1-43 barrel date with flip sight and unstaked slot. Early type one configuration with Underwood parts. Comes with sling and 2 mags. CONDITION: Very fine as totally restored and refinished. Bore and mechanics are excellent. (B) National Postal Meter M1 Carbine, 11-43 barrel date, Slide adjustable rear sight. Mixed manufacture GI parts with bayonet lug. CONDITION: Excellent as totally restored. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Comes with sling, oiler, and 2 mags. 1,000 - 1,500 1539 - (M) BEAUTIFUL KRIEGHOFF MODEL 32 CUSTOM SINGLE BARREL TRAP 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Krieghoff Model: 32 Trap Serial No. 4220 Barrel Length: 34” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 5/8” Chamber: 3” Choke: 0.033 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.737 Weight: 8lbs 12oz Beautiful custom Model 32 with low profile ventilated matted top rib with white front bead. Custom large forend with finger grooves on sides and checkered in point pattern with recessed Deeley latch release. Blued action is relief engraved with scroll and game scenes on sides and scroll on bottom with makers name and model number. Custom buttstock with palm swells on both sides, but more pronounced on left for left handed shooter, with full knob pistol grip is checkered in point pattern through the wrist, with gold oval near toe and terminates with black Decelerator pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine showing only limited field use. Retains nearly all custom finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. A beautiful and useful gun. 2,000 - 3,000

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1540 - (M) SILVER SIETZ TRAP SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Silver Sietz Model: Trap Serial No. 80 Barrel Length: 35” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: Adjustable Drop at Heel: Adjustable Length of Pull: 14 - 5/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: 0.04 Gauge: 12 Internal Bore Diameter: 0.746 Weight: 9lbs 9oz These highly regarded guns are used by some of the world’s most competitive shooters. This particular gun, made for Joseph L. Beringer and so inscribed on the side plate on left side. Made with raised ventilated matted rib. Forend with flowing wave border pattern and fleur-de-lis. Barrel is matte finished. Coin finished action is marked on right side “Silver Seitz”. Left side, as noted above, as well with makers name. Polished trigger guard/barrel opener. Buttstock with full knob pistol grip, adjustable comb, Monte Carlo, and terminates with Kick-Eez brand pad. Buttstock checkering pattern follows that of forend and has silver colored coin with makers logo in grip. Housed in a maker branded Americase with maroon velvet interior. CONDTION: Extremely fine as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal surfaces. 2,000 3,000 1541 - (M) VERY FINE L.C. SMITH UPGADED DELUXE SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN IN 12 BORE. Manufacturer: L.C. Smith Model: Deluxe Trap Serial No. S100650 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: 0.042 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.729 Weight: 8lbs 2oz Beautiful upgraded Single barrel trap. Raised ventilated matted top rib with white mid and front bead. Top rib inlaid in gold “L.C. Smith De Luxe Trap”. Breech end engraved in scroll and gold inlaid and muzzle with scroll wedge. Large custom forend is checkered in fleur-de-lis pattern with banjo roll type release. Action is full coverage engraved with numerous gold inlays in Deluxe grade style. Custom buttstock is fancifully checkered in Fleur-de-lis and ribband pattern, has a full knob pistol grip with rosewood lined cap and terminates with a white lined ventilated black Pachmayr pad. Even the inside of the forearm is engraved! CONDITION: Extremely fine as customized. Retains nearly all custom finish to both wood and metal. Mechanics are crisp and bore is brilliant and shiny. A great custom work of art! 2,500 - 4,500 1542 - (C) BAKER BATAVIA LEADER SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN Manufacturer: Baker Model: Batavia Leader Serial No. 102042 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .035 (R) .041 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .725 (R) .724 Weight: 7lbs 4oz Made with twist barrels, this was Baker Gun Co.’s entry level field grade gun. The gun has a splinter forend, double triggers, extractors, and non auto safety. The gun has an unengraved case hardened sidelock action. Walnut butt with two point pattern checkering, round knob grip, and terminates with a “Baker” hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain about 95% plus of their original twist pattern. Action retains about half of the original colors. Stocks appear sound and retain most of their original finish with some finish added for preservation and have a few minor impressions. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 1,000 - 1,500 166

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1543 - (M) BERETTA 626 ONYX MODEL SIDE BY SIDE 20 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Beretta Model: 626 Onyx Serial No. A42682A Barrel Length: 26 - 3/8” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: 1 - 3/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 3” Choke: Tubes Gauge: 20 Bore Weight: 6lbs 10oz Made with matte blued finish barrels with low profile ventilated rib and steel front bead. Semi-beavertail forend with Anson push button release is checkered in point pattern. Blued action is lightly border engraved and marked on sides in gold lettering “P. Beretta” and on bottom with name and model number. Capped pistol grip buttstock checkered in two point pattern through the wrist terminates with a thin black Beretta brand pad. Original maker tag attached to trigger guard. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and auto safety. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new with only very minor handling marks. 1,000 - 2,000 1544 - (C) W.W. GREENER PLAIN FINISH BOXLOCK 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: W.W. Greener Model: BLE Serial No. 51599 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 5/8” Gauge: 12 Gauge Made with a side safety, this gun is the entry level boxlock made by Greener and has Damascus barrels with provisional proof marks on them and the Damascus top rib has makers name and is marked “Winners at all gun trials 1875-1884.” The round knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist with brass oval near toe and terminates in a checkered horn buttplate. The action is unengraved with the exception of the sides being engraved “W.W. Greener” and is case hardened. The trigger plate shows a high polish blued finish as does the trigger guard and the top lever. Splinter forend is checkered in point pattern with triangular ebony tip and has an unengraved Deeley release. CONDITION: Very good. Action retains about half of its thinning original case color. Trigger plate, top lever, and trigger guard bow retain about 65% or what appears to be their original blue. Stocks are sound with nice checkering and retain most of their original finish with some finish added for preservation. Bores are good with some beginning roughness. Mechanics are fine. Action is slightly loose with forend on. A nice understated Greener! JSL 1,250 - 1,750 1545 - (C) STUNNING L.C. SMITH FIELD GRADE 20 BORE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: L. C. Smith Model: Field Serial No. FWS50095 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .030 (R) .020 Gauge: 20 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .615 Weight: 6lbs 6oz Beautiful Marlin assembled gun with high matted rib with brass front bead. Barrel flats marked with serial number and “FIELD” “2-3/4 CHAMBER”. Unengraved case hardened action with “L.C. SMITH” on front of locks. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a lined hard rubber buttplate. Made with double triggers, extractors, and auto safety. Housed in a modern brown leather case with green felt interior. CONDITION: Extremely fine as restored. Retains virtually all restored finish to both wood and metal parts and appears unfired since restoration. The quality of the case coloring on this gun is superb and overall the restoration work is absolutely top notch and undeniably best quality. Case is excellent though the center strap to hold the action in has come loose. 1,750 - 2,750

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1546 - (C) SCARCE DOUBLE TRIGGER 28 BORE PARKER REPRODUCTION DHE GRADE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Parker DHE Reproduction Serial No. 28-03033 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 3/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Imp. Cyl./Mod. Gauge: 28 Bore Weight: 5lbs 8oz Made on a “00” frame with 26” barrels with improved cylinder and modified choke markings. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley release is checkered in standard pattern. Case hardened action is engraved in standard DHE grade pattern. Made with double triggers, ejectors, and auto safety. Beautifully figured straight grip buttstock with standard DHE grade checkering pattern and tear drop behind action has brass oval near toe, and terminates with engraved skeleton buttplate. Housed in its original Emmebi Parker Reproduction case with markers label. CONDITION: Very good. Retains nearly all original barrel blue. Case hardening has toned to 20%. Stocks are excellent, checkering is fine, with only minor handling marks and retain nearly all of their original finish. Case is excellent with only minor rubs. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. These are delightful little guns. 3,000 - 4,000

1547 - (C) BEAUTIFUL WINCHESTER MODEL 21 “SKEET GRADE” 3 BARREL SET. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 21 Serial No. 19667 Barrel Length: (A) 28”; (B) 30”; (C) 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 5/8” Drop at Heel: 2” Length of Pull: 14 - 9/16” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: As Noted in Desc. Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (A) .734 (B) .733 (C) .734 Weight: 7lbs 20z (Bbl Set 1) Original “Skeet” Grade gun with barrel set number 1 being choked WS-1 and WS-2 and have Winchester proof marks, matted top rib with red front bead. Barrel set #2 is field choked, matted rib with red front bead. Barrel set #3 with both barrels choked “Full”, matted rib and red front bead. Beavertail forend checkered in diamond and wave pattern with roll type release and blued iron. Unengraved blued action marked “SKEET” on bottom of floorplate. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. American walnut straight grip buttstock with checkered cheeks is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a Winchester brand red pad. CONDITION: Excellent as mostly restored. Barrel set #1 retains 97% of what appears to be its original blue. Barrel set #2 and #3 retain nearly all of a professionally restored finish. Action retains nearly all of a professionally restored blue, which is quite good and likely redone by U.S. Repeating Arms. Stocks are excellent as restored, checkering is crisp. An exceptionally useful gun with superior workmanship. 5,000 - 8,000

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1548 - (C) A.H. FOX A GRADE 16 BORE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: AH Fox Model: A Grade Serial No. 302281 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Choke: (L) .018 (R) .003 Gauge: 16 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .662 Weight: 5lbs 12oz Very nice Philadelphia made gun with #4 weight Chromox barrels that have matted tapered concave rib with steel front bead. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley release is checkered in point pattern. Action is engraved in standard A Grade pattern with floral scroll. Made with double triggers, extractors, and auto safety. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with the original lined hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrels retain nearly all of an ancient restored blued finish with some beginning toning, thinning, and subsequent handling marks. Action retains about 20% original color. Stocks are sound and retain most of their original finish with some finish added for preservation with scattered marks and bruises, none of which are serious. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 2,500 - 4,000 1549 - (M) ARMAS GARBI SIDEPLATE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH EXTRA BARREL SET. Manufacturer: Armas Garbi Model: Sideplate Serial No. 13695 Barrel Length: 27” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: 2 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: 1 - 7/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Improved Cylinder / Modified Gauge: 20 Gauge Weight: 5 lb 11oz Made in Spain by Armas Garbi, this side by side double features automatic safety, ejectors, double triggers, detachable sideplates, and extra set of barrels. Metal is in the white and would be a great gun to customize. Figured European walnut stock with straight grip, checkered wood butt and push button release splinter forearm. CONDITION: Metal has polished finish with several splotches on barrels. Excellent bores and mechanics. Wood retains 80% hand rubbed finish with sharp checkering and some small handling marks. 2,000 - 3,000

1550 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SLIDE ACTION 16 BORE SHOTGUN (1950). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 12 Serial No. 1233406 Barrel Length: 28” Length of Pull: 14” Choke: Modified Gauge: 16 Bore This fine deluxe Model 12 features a rather scarce, for the era, solid rib 28” barrel and modified choke. The straight comb buttstock features incredible wood with oil finish, checkered pistol grip with cap and logo buttplate. CONDITION: 98% finish overall, both wood and metal. Mirror bore and action. This classic can’t have been used more than a couple of times. It has the look with killer wood and solid rib plus condition. A beauty. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,000

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1551 - (C) TOLLEY AND CO. “THE TIMES” MODEL SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Tolley Model: SxS Serial No. 8052 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 13 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 1/2” Choke: (R) .003 (L) .017 Gauge: 16 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (R) .664 (L) .666 Weight: 5lbs 10oz This sideplated boxlock action gun, made with double triggers, extractors, and non-auto safety. Plain concave rib with steel front bead. Splinter forend with Deeley release is near fully checkered with ebony tip. Action is border engraved. Straight grip butt is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a lined horn buttplate. Sling Swivels are present. CONDIITON: Very good. Barrels retain about 90% of an older restored finish. Stocks are excellent as restored long ago. Action is mostly grey. Bores are very good with a couple of pits ahead of the chamber area. Mechanics are fine, though safety is a bit gummy. 1,250 - 1,750 1552 - (C) LOT OF TWO: MERIDEN 12 GAUGE SXS & FOX STERLINGWORTH 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Meriden, (B) A.H. Fox Model: (A) SxS (B) Sterlingworth Serial No. (A) 52725 (B) 130438 Barrel Length: (A) 32”, (B) 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: (BOTH) 1 - 1/2” Drop at Heel: (BOTH) 2 - 1/2” Length of Pull: (BOTH) 14” Chamber: (BOTH) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (A) FULL and FULL (B) FULL and MOD Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Gauge Lot consists of: (A) Made between 1905 and 1918 for Sears Roebuck & Co., features a Grade 30 with twist steel barrels, matted rib with brass bead sight, extractors and automatic safety. Gun has case hardened sideplate action with engraved pointing dog on each side and double triggers. Walnut checkered stock with capped pistol grip and checkered forearm with latch release. CONDITION: Barrels retains 40% twist finish turning a brown color with mirror bores. Action has 20% case turning a plum color. Wood has been refinished and checkering re-cut. The wrist has been broken and repaired and seems solid. Solid mechanically and functions fine. (B) Savage made Fox Sterlingworth produced in 1932. This gun has blued Sterlingworth compressed fluid steel barrels with concave matted rib with brass sight bead. Case hardened boxlock action with double triggers, automatic safety and extractors. Lot has capped checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate and checkered splinter forearm with friction release. CONDITION: Barrels have 80% of a possible reblue with spotty marks from handling. Bores are bright and shiny. Wood has been rubbed and checkering has been re-cut. Action retains 60% original colors. Solid mechanically and functions. 1,200 - 1,800 1553 - (C) BROWNING GRADE 1 SUPERPOSED 20 BORE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Superposed Serial No. 32936V4 Barrel Length: 26 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Marked Mod/Mod Gauge: 20 Bore Weight: 6lbs 2oz Made in early 1965 with low profile matted ventilated top rib and steel front bead. Round nose forearm checkered in point pattern on sides with engraved and blued latch release. Blued action is engraved in typical Grade 1 pattern with light floral scroll. Made with gold plated single trigger, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. Walnut buttstock in round knob long tang configuration is checkered in point pattern and terminates with the original Browning buttplate. CONDITION: Very good as field used. Barrel retain about 90% original blue. Stocks with scattered hunting marks and crazing and a few more noticeable scratches on left side. Action retains about 90% original blue. Bores will clean to brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 1,500 - 2,000 170

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1554 - (M) ITHACA IMPORTED MX-8 12 BORE SHOTGUN MADE BY PERAZZI. Manufacturer: Ithica Perazzi Model: MX8 Serial No. 37322 Barrel Length: 31 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (O) .023 (U) .016 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (O) .725 (U) .727 Weight: 8lbs 12oz Made by Perazzi and imported by Ithaca Gun. Co. of Ithaca, NY. Has stepped, raised, matted, and ventilated rib with white front sight. Forend with finger grooves on sides is checkered in point pattern with blued Deeley latch release. Monoblock barrels with “MX8” in gold on left side. Blued receiver with border pattern engraving. Full knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern, has custom engraved silver and gold grip cap, small Monte Carlo, and terminates with a black Decelerator pad. Made with single trigger, auto ejectors, safety (currently locked). CONDITION: Excellent as used at the trap field. Retains approximately 95% original blued finish to barrels, forend iron, and receiver. Stocks are excellent with some handling marks and retain most of a restored finish. Grip cap, is a very nice custom replacement. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 1,500 - 2,000

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1555 - (C) BROWNING SUPERPOSED PIGEON GRADE SHOTGUN UPGRADED BY ANGELO BEE. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Superposed Serial No. 55658S7 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 5/16” Drop at Heel: 1 - 5/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Full and Modified Gauge: 12 Gauge Weight: 7lbs 5.6 oz Made in 1967 originally as a “Pigeon” grade, this gun has been upgraded with new wood and additional inlay and engraving by master engraver Angelo Bee. Original coin finish action and engraving with the addition of gold line border inlay on the entire frame. Original flower inlay on bottom filled with gold with flying birds on each side filled with gold. Action on both corners signed “A. Bee”. Original gold plated trigger. Figured American walnut stock with round knob grip and fine point pattern checkering with Browning logo hard rubber buttplate. Fine point pattern checkering on forearm. Original fixed choke blued ventilated rib barrel with “Browning Arms Company” and “Made in Belgium” on left and chamber info on the right. Comes with original two piece Browning black box. CONDITION: Gun looks new with exception of four small stock marks on right side. No evidence of salt damage. Possibly unfired since refurbish. 2,000 - 3,000

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1556 - (M) MERKEL 2001EL OVER UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN Manufacturer: Merkel Model: 2001EL Serial No. 185360 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: 1 - 3/8” Drop at Heel: 1 - 1/2” Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Barrel Wall Thickness: (O) .033 (U) .029 Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (O) .038 (Full) (U) .041 (Full) Gauge: 12 Internal Bore Diameter: (O) .723 (U) .723 Weight: 7 Lbs. 15 Oz. Handsome scroll engraved Merkel boxlock. Barrels have a ventilated matted checkered rib with a white round front bead foresight. The barrels are uniquely fitted with a sharp checkered ventilated beavertail (mid lever release) forend. Barrels read “GEBR.MERKEL, SUHL MADE IN GERMANY” at left side on wing near breech. Bottom barrel reads “Spezial Laufstahl Weichlot” along with serial number, gauge, and chamber. Action is a scalloped frame, non-auto safe with a single mechanical trigger, ejectors, and cross bolt. Action has bright coin finish and scroll engraved. Bottom action is engraved with small craftsman and reads “SUHL”. Engraved black top lever, trigger guard and a blacked checkered slide safe. Stock is made from walnut, bears a cheekpiece on left side with nicely checkered pistol grip and black grip cap. Brown rubber butt stock. CONDITION: Very good with 90% blue with some forend rub marks. Stock and forend with some slight storage marks. Mechanically good. 2,500 - 4,000 1557 - (M) WELL MADE BROWNING SUPERPOSED MODEL “B-25” O/U 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning Model: B-25 Serial No. 325NV02374 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Marked IC/Imp. Mod. Gauge: 12 Bore Weight: 7lbs 4oz Beautiful Belgian made Browning with wide low profile ventilated and matted top rib which has white mid and front beads. Schnabel tipped forend is checkered in point pattern with engraved latch release. Coin finished action is very nicely engraved with pheasants in relief scene on left, ducks in marsh scene on right, surrounded by well executed scroll. Engravers signature “C. Perfido” noted on left side. Full knob pistol grip buttstock with long tang trigger guard is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a leather covered pad. Checkered single selective trigger, auto ejectors, non-auto safety. CONDITION: Excellent as partially restored. Barrels retain nearly all of what appears to be their original blued finish. Action is excellent with good coin color and virtually no staining noted. Stocks are excellent as restored. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 3,000 - 4,000 1558 - (M) BERETTA S687EELL 20 BORE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Beretta Model: S687EELL Serial No. M74692B Barrel Length: 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4” Chamber: 3” Choke: Tubes Gauge: 20 Bore Weight: 6lbs 10oz Made with matted ventilated top rib and white front bead. Schnabel forend with Deeley type latch release is checkered in point pattern on sides. Made with gold plated single selective trigger, ejectors, and auto safety. Coin finished action is near full coverage engraved in scroll and floral pattern and signed on bottom by trigger, “Bottega Giovanelli”. Full knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist with gold initial shield near toe, and terminates with a black Beretta brand pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal surfaces. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. These are beautiful and durable shooting guns. 3,000 - 4,000 172

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1559 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON 1100 AND ITHACA 51 SEMI AUTOMATIC SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Ithaca Model: (A) 1100 (B) 51 Serial No. (A) DU851427 (B) 51 -DU0470 Barrel Length: (A) 25” (B) 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (BOTH) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (A) Screw-In (B) Fixed Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (A) Remington Model 1100 semi-automatic “Ducks Unlimited Edition 1985-1986”. Blued receiver with gold wash flying ducks and marsh on left hand side of frame. Flying ducks with “Ducks Unlimited Shield” on right hand side. Ventilated rib, screw in choke and checkered walnut English grip stock with Remington plastic logo buttplate. Comes with case. (B) Ithaca Model 51 semi-automatic with blued receiver and “Ducks Unlimited Shield” on left side with gold washed floral design. Gold washed flying duck motif on right. Ventilated rib barrel with ivory bead. Fancy walnut checkered stocks with pistol grip butt with solid pad. Comes with hanging tags and case. CONDITION: (A) Like new with light handling marks. (B) Like new with light handling marks. 1,000 - 1,400

1560 - (M) TWO NEAR MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1100 DUCKS UNLIMITED SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Remington Model: (A) 1100 (B) 1100 Serial No. (A) 1427DU81 (B) 2344DU81 Barrel Length: (A) 26” (B) 26” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (BOTH) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (BOTH) Improved Cylinder Gauge: (A) 20 Gauge (B) 20 Gauge Both of these shotguns are in 20 bore. Both feature vent ribbed barrels, blue finish, high gloss pressed checkered walnut stocks and hard plastic butt-plate. Both frames have the special gold filled DU inscriptions on both sides. Both stocks have special DU shield on right side of stock. CONDITION: Both are near mint showing little to no use with just a few minor handling marks. 1,000 - 1,400

1561 - (M) LOT OF TWO MODERN SHOTGUNS: A SMITH AND WESSON 1000M & A REMINGTON 870 DUCKS UNLIMITED MISSISSIPPI STATE GUN BOTH IN 12 BORE. Manufacturer: (A) Smith And Wesson (B) Remington Model: (A) 1000M (B) 870 Serial No. (A) FB71419 (B) DU829533 Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 3/4” (B) 32” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (BOTH) 3” Choke: (BOTH) Full Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Gauge Lot consists of (A) Made in Japan for Smith and Wesson. Low profile ventilated top rib with steel beads. Checkered forearm with finger grooves. Blued receiver is lightly engraved. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a Smith and Wesson white lined waffle pad. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 90% original metal finish. Stock with some spotting and handling marks but very good overall. Operates correctly with a bright and shiny bore. (B) 3” Magnum 870 Remington made for Ducks Unlimited. Made with low profile vent rib barrel with steel front bead. Forearm with finger grooves is checkered in fleur-de-lis pattern. Blued receiver with state on left, and Ducks Unlimited on right. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered through the wrist with Remington brand white lined brand pad. CONDITION: Excellent as very lightly field used. Retains nearly all original blue with some minor marks. Stocks are excellent with only minor handling marks. Operates correctly with a bright and shiny bore. 1,000 - 1,400

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1562 - (M+C) LOT OF 2: FN A-5 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN AND BROWNING BT-99 SINGLE BARRELT TRAP SHOTGUN Manufacturer: (A) Fabrique National (B) Browning Model: (A) A-5 (B) BT-99 Serial No. (A) 113687 (B) 01633PT199 Barrel Length: (A) 29” (B) 32 - 14” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (A) FN A-5. Plain barrel with large brass front bead. Forearm with finger grooves and checkered in point pattern. Blued action. Buttstock checkered in point pattern with long tang and ball grip and terminates with a modern Hawkins brand pad. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 80% original blue. Stocks with worn finish. Pad is a replacement. Bore is fine. Mechanics are fine. (B) Browning BT-99 in 12 bore. Made in Japan with raised matted ventilated top rib with white beads. Large forend with finger grooves on sides is checkered in point pattern and has blued Deeley latch release. Blued action is nicely scroll engraved and marked “Browning” on bottom. Full knob pistol grip buttstock, with small Monte Carlo, is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a Pachmayr brand white lined waffle pad. Gold plated trigger. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks with a couple of more significant marks in the butt near the comb and in the checkering. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are fine. 1,000 - 1,500 1563 - (M) TWO NEAR MINT HIGH QUALITY SHOTGUNS: A REMINGTON 870 MAGNUM AND BERETTA A-303 DUCKS UNLIMITED. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Beretta Model: (A) 870 (B) 303 Serial No. (A)S887773M (B) 86DU1427 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 28” FFL Status: Modern Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (A) Remington Model 870 Magnum Gun has a 30” vent rib barrel, 3” chamber, full choke and blue finish. Someone went to great expense with custom stock and fore-end with deluxe hand checkering and contrasting rosewood grip cap. Beautiful fiery grained walnut with red pad. CONDITION: Near new condition with few minor handling marks. (B) Beretta Model A-303 Ducks Unlimited 12 Bore Magnum Semi-automatic. Features a 28” vent rib barrel, 3” chamber, removable choke, Ducks Unlimited special stamping on both side of frame, filled in gold with etched engraving. The checkered pistol grip walnut stocks feature stunning deluxe grain. CONDITION: Near new, inside and out. 1,000 - 1,500 1564 - (M) LOT OF FOUR SHOTGUNS FROM REMINGTON, FN, WINCHESTER. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) FN (C) Winchester (D) Winchester Model: (A) 1100 (B) A5 (C) 12 (D) 12 Serial No. (A) N129898M (B) 6137 (C) 481154 (D) 1463147 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 26” (C) 30” (D) 30” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 3/4” (C) 2 - 3/4” (D) 3” Choke: (A) Full (B) Cutts (C) Full (D) Full Gauge: (ALL) 12 Gauge

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 1100 with fixed choked ventilated rib barrel. Walnut pressed checkered pistol grip stock with Remington pad. Blued receiver and triggerguard. CONDITION: Barrel and receiver retain 80% original blue with heavy hunting use. Wood retains 80% finish with hunting dings and scratches. Excellent bore and mechanically sound. (B) Early FN A5 with Cutts compensator. Round knob walnut stock with checkering and early horn buttplate. CONDITION: Barrel and receiver retain 80% of a total refinish. Bore is excellent. Stock has 50% original finish with added sling swivels. Mechanically sound and functions. (C) Winchester Model 12 Field Grade with full choke and plain Nickel steel barrel. Walnut pistol grip stock with Winchester buttplate and corrugated forearm. CONDITION: Barrel and receiver have 50% finish with some freckling. Bore is excellent. Wood has applied finish. Mechanically sound. (D) Winchester Model 12 Super Speed Super X “Magnum”. Plain blued barrel and receiver. Walnut pistol grip stock with Winchester solid red pad and large corrugated forearm. CONDITION: Barrel and receiver have 80% original blue with some freckling. Bore is excellent. Wood has 80% original varnish with 2 chips out of the forearm. Mechanically sound . 600 - 900 174

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1565 - (M) BOXED HIGH GRADE WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Model 42 Serial No. WFT282 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: 3” Choke: Full Gauge: .410 Bore Features include vent ribbed barrel, deluxe oil finished walnut stocks with fiery grain and deluxe checkering, and pistol grip cap. The frame features a gold border around the perimeter with fine scroll engraved sides. These modern deluxe guns are as pretty as any gun made by Winchester since the second World War. CONDITION: As new with box, even has sticker on left side of frame. 2,000 - 3,000

1566 - (C) WINCHESTER M1897 SLIDE ACTION TRENCH GUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: M1897 Serial No. 953374 Barrel Length: 21” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Cylinder Gauge: 12 Gauge 1943 manufacture. Winchester Model 1897 Trench Shotgun. Blue finish with ventilated handguard with bayonet lug for pattern 1917 bayonet. Crisply inspected GHD by Guy H. Drewry. 18 grrove round forearm. “US” inspected on left side of receiver with Ordnance bomb inspection on chamber of barrel. Cylinder marked choke designation. 21 inch barrel with filled bead hole. Takedown variation with 5 round magazine capacity. CONDITION: Excellent as totally restored. Over 98% of the restored finish remains with slight edge wear. Ventilated handguard is a contemporary reproduction. Wood stocks are excellent as restored as is inspection. Action is crisp and tight and bore is excellent. 1,500 - 2,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1567 - (M) LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON 11-87 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN WITH EXTRA BARREL & REMINGTON 870 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Remington Model: (A) 11-87 (B) 870 Serial No. (A) PC348984 (B) S546335V Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 30” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (BOTH) 2 - 3/4” Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Bore Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 11-87 Sporting Clays model with two barrels. Barrel with choke tubes and made with raised ventilated rib with steel mid and white front beads. Forearm with finger grooves is checkered in point pattern. Blued action. Capped pistol grip walnut buttstock checkered through the wrist and terminates with a black Remington brand pad. Choke tubes included. Second barrel is as new in box. CONDITION: Extremely fine as lightly field used. Retains more than 98% original finish. (B) Beautiful 870 Remington. High grade gun with matted vent rib barrel, marked for FULL choke. Highly figured American walnut stocks. Forearm is checkered in point pattern with diamond at center. Wedge of scroll engraved at breech end of barrels. Muzzle end of barrel with added muzzle rest attached. Action is nicely engraved in floral scroll pattern with large “ALL AMERICAN TRAP GUN” gold colored shield on left side. Capped pistol grip buttstock with white lined pad, is checkered through the wrist. There is a Velcro leather comb riser attached to stocks at sides. CONDITION: Extremely fine as lightly field used. Appears to have more than 98% original finish throughout. Mechanics are fine. Bore is brilliant and shiny. 600 - 1,000

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1568 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 42 TAKEDOWN .410 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN (1963). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 42 Takedown Serial No. 156107 Barrel Length: 22 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chamber: 3” Choke: Skeet Gauge: .410 Bore Offered is an example of the classic .410 slide action Winchester Model 42 shotgun. The choke is stamped skeet but there has been a Cutts compensator which makes that a moot point. It also sports a Simmons rib and double bead sights and has a 3” chamber. Blued finish, checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock, Winchester cap, and black waffle rubber recoil pad. CONDITION: 98% original blue or better on frame. Barrel is also about 98% with minor wear on barrel from slide handle. Wood shows some light handling marks with a fine bore and action. 1,200 - 1,500

1569 - (C) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (ALL) Model 12 Serial No. (A) 1489395 (B) 1105705 (C) 90971 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 28” (C) 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chamber: (ALL) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (ALL) Full Gauge: (A) 12 Bore (B) 16 Bore (C) 16 Bore Lot consists of: (A) Manufactured 1955. Walnut pistol grip stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: 80% barrel blue that is thinning in spots and some spotting. 85% frame blue with high edge wear and some age spotting. Walnut stock is proud to metal with no cracks but most of its original varnish and some color is gone with light impressions. There is a small chip in stock at toe and under left bottom tang. (B) Manufactured 1947. Walnut pistol grip stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate, and flat bottom ribbed forearm. CONDITION: Walnut stock is excellent, proud to metal, not cracked with light impressions. Metal retains approximately 90% original factory blue with sharp legends. Mirror bore and fine action. (C) Manufactured 1915. Pistol grip walnut stock, dilapidated rubber pad. CONDITION: 50% drifting blue on barrel with sharp legends and a few dents on barrel with blue-brown-grey mixed patina and spotting on frame. Wood is very good, proud to metal with some impressions. Very good bore and fine action. All three are takedown models and are good solid guns worthy of further use. The hammerless Model 1912 Winchester shotgun was to become one of the most beloved and widely produced pump action shotguns of the 20th century. 1,200 - 1,800

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1570 - DUMMY WWII THOMPSON M1A1 SMG. Assembled by IMA with a solid aluminum receiver. Made with an original parts kit. This is in the M1 configuration with the simple “L” style rear sight. Accompanied by an original 30 round magazine. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain a pleasing patina overall with some light surface rust. All markings are clear. Wood has some light dings and handling marks. Bore is dirty with strong rifling and some very light pitting. Magazine has good spring tension. GR 500 - 1,000

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1571 - DUMMY WWII RUSSIAN PPS-43 SMG. Solid receiver. This was built using original parts. The stock is in the fixed position and does not fold. Original 30 round magazine. CONDITION: Retains 85% finish overall with some light surface rust here and there. Grips are very good with some light dings. Bore is fine with strong rifling, although we do not know if the barrel is usable or not. Magazine has good spring tension. GR 500 - 1,000

1572 - SCARCE DEMILLED WORLD WAR II US EARLY M9A1 BAZOOKA 2.75” ROCKET LAUNCHER WITH INERT ROCKET. The M9A1 was introduced in 1944 and issued through the end of World War II. Constructed from two sections of steel tubing, the launcher could be broken down for storage and transport, with a simple open steel sighting bar and an integral magneto in lieu of an ignition battery. Later production models featured an optical sight with magnification, many of the earlier models having been upgraded to that sight. This is still in the original configuration. Both halves are marked “M9A1” near the junction point, with a wire reinforced chamber and the serial number near the breech. The “CB” prefix is associated with the Cheney-Bigelow Wire Works of Springfield, a major producer of the Bazooka during the war. Black plastic grips. Proper style sling is Korean War dated. Demilled to ATF Specs. Accompanied by an inert 2.75” rocket. CONDITION: Retains 80% of an olive drab green painted finish which is not original. Some rust in areas. Perfect candidate for a proper cleaning and repaint. Missing the trigger. Grip screws and nuts are likely much later replacements. The cage at the rear of the launcher is slightly bent, as is the bell at the front. There is a break to the metal piece holding the firing wires on the rear half, right side. Accompanying inert rocket retains most of a black painted finish, fins at rear are bent. GR 2,500 - 3,500

1573 - (M) TRUU-FLITE GAS GUN. Manufacturer: Tru Flite Serial No. 1226 Caliber/Bore: 37mm Barrel Length: 13 - 3/4” Tru Flite 37mm Super Long Range Gas/Flare Gun was built at the Lake Erie Chemical Company (Cleveland, Ohio U.S.A.) in the 1930s-1940s. It was designed for launching 37mm CS gas or Smoke grenades during police standoffs. The thick solid steel receiver and barrel are able to withstand ‘hot’ loads enabling the launcher to propel grenades over longer distances than was usual for its day. Hardwood stock with rubber shoulder pad and front and rear sights. The reddish color of the receiver is standard factory finish. Some police departments spray painted their lower receivers black and many examples in collections and museums have black painted lowers (non original). This launcher is Considered a non-gun by the ATF. CONDITION: The blue on barrel is almost all there but there is some age freckling. Stock has a few dings. Good bore and tight lock-up. Rare gun. 700 - 1,200 1574 - LOT OF TWO: TWO FLARE GUNS, ONE A.H. FOX AND ONE HARRINGTON AND RICHARDSON. Manufacturer: (A) Harrington and Richardson (B) A.H. Fox Serial No. (A) F5355 (B) 9-486 Caliber/Bore: (A) 37mm (B) 25mm Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 4” Lot consists of (A) Harrington & Richardson Mark IV. Caliber 37mm. barrel. Made with cast bronze grips, frame, and breech block. Steel barrel, trigger and small parts. CONDITION: Worn, but all original. (B) Very Pistol Mark IV. 4193 of these were made by A.H. Fox in Philadelphia. Caliber is 25mm. Barrel is 4”. All brass construction with grooved wood grips. This is a close copy of French signal pistol. CONDITION: Worn, but original. Two seldom seen signal pistols. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 400 - 600

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1575 - LOT OF 2: INDIAN WARS BOXES OF .45-70 AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: (A) TWENTY CARBINE CARTRIDGES, Model 1882. MANUFACTURED AT THE FRANKFORD ARSENAL. January, 1884. CONDITION: Tan box with tan label it looks like it has been opened. The bottom seam on the back looks to be split. Arsenal ink stamp on top of box. Box has had some scotch tape. (B) TWENTY RIFLE CARTRIDGES, Model 1882. MANUFACTURED AT THE FRANKFORD ARSENAL. January, 1884. CONDITION: Factory sealed tan box with tan label. Arsenal ink stamp on top of box. Box has some staining on the front of the box and a 3/4” slice is the front of the box. 600 - 900

1576 - LOT OF SIX: SIX EARLY BOXES OF AMMUNITION, TWO STILL SEALED. Lot consists of (A) Sealed box of Remington 45-70, two piece, green label. CONDITION: Near mint. (B) Sealed box of Tryon 12 bore shells. #5 shot, two piece box, CONDITION: Clean. (C) Remington .50-70 full box, two piece, green label, all matching. CONDITION: Clean. (D) Two boxes of Tryon 12 bore. CONDITION: Seal broken but each box is complete and matching. (E) Box of 14 paper cartridges, still tied, for Civil War for .58 rifled musket. CONDITION: Very clean. Some very collectible ammo in this lot and all are complete but the paper cartridges. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 600 - 1,200

1577 - LOT OF FIFTEEN BOXES OF COLLECTIBLE AMMO/WADS/BULLETS. Lot consists of: Two Winchester red & yellow .405, three sealed boxes of 50 .22 Hornet by Remington (military style for survival rifle), two boxes of .32 bland cartridges (Winchester & Remington), one sealed box of Winchester .25-35 117 gr. bullets, one sealed box of Remington .348 bullets, one box of Remington Black Edge Gun Wads (250), one Box of Peters Wads (250), one Box of Winchester Wads (ca. 1890’s), one box UMC wads (250), one Box Western Cartridge Wads (250) and lastly one box of UMC wads (250). CONDITION: Good to fair. Some sealed, some opened. A great collection. The wads are nice in a case shotgun or the wads would come in handy if you are restoring a cartridge board. 600 - 1,000

1578 - LOT OF 3: INDIAN WARS REVOLVER AMMO BOXES. Lot consists of: (A) 12 Cartridges for Colt’s Revolver, Cal; .45 Powder 30 grains. Bullet, 250 Grains. FRANKFORD ARSENAL. December 1873. (B) 12 Cartridges for Colt’s Revolver, Cal; .45 Powder 30 grains. Bullet, 250 Grains. FRANKFORD ARSENAL. August, 1874. (C) 12 Revolver Ball CARTRIDGES, Calibre, .45. Frankford Arsenal. 1878. CONDITION: All boxes are mint and factory sealed. No seam splits. A bit of edge wear on the 1873 box. 800 - 1,200

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1579 - LOT OF 3: PRE-WORLD WAR II GERMAN RIFLE AND SNIPER SCOPES. Lot consists of: (A) Hensoldt-Wetzlar German Duralyt 6x. Includes top mount rings. No crosshairs. (B) MSW 4X81, Fine line and post optics. Claw mounts. (C) ZF4 World War II German Sniper Scope. ddx code. Fine line and post optics. All of these German scopes could be used on World War II or earlier sniper and/or sporting rifles. CONDITION: All are in excellent condition. 1,000 - 1,500

1580 - LOT OF 2: J.W. SIDLE PHILADELPHIA RIFLE SCOPES (1899-1908). Lot consists of: (A) 1” tube, 24-1/2” in length with standard crosshairs and clean optics. CONDITION: Retains approximately 85% original factory blue that is starting to drift and dull. This scope has the front mount only. (B) 7/8” tube, 24-1/2” in length with standard crosshairs and clean optics. CONDITION: Retains approximately 85% original factory blue, starting to drift and dull. Also included is the rare receiver mounted adjustable rear and front double No. 10. A great pair of early scopes for your favorite classic 19th century rifle. 1,000 - 1,500

1581 - W.M. MALCOLM NO. 4 RIFLE SCOPE. From 1855 until the mid-1920’s, the Malcolm company built some of the finest rifle scopes ever made and he ruled the market for almost 75 years. This a a Model 4 Hunting and Target scope that was available in every power from 3x to 16x. The scope measures 18” in length with a 0.625 tube, standard cross-hairs with clean optics. It is equipped with a set of original Malcolm top mount with adjustable rear. Well marked. CONDITION: Retains at least 95% of the original blue finish. This scope was offered from 1885-1940. 1,000 - 1,500

1582 - LARGE LOT OF OEM ACCESSORIES INCLUDING LASERS, GRIPS, HOLSTERS. 16 holsters, for various models of SIG handguns and in various configurations from pocket holsters to L3 retention. One H&K P30 holster, two GLR-440 Glock stocks, one loose. One dual mag pouch, 21 sets of grips, 17 in original packaging, four sets of 1911 grips loose and tied together, one set of grips is a set of Pearce Beretta 3032/21A grips. Six CPL-RM-R compact lasers, 4 X38-TGL trigger guard lasers. CONDITION: Most items are still in original packaging and as new. Some items are loose, but are very fine and retain virtually all of their finish. 800 - 1,200

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1583 - LOT OF 8: SCOPES, STOCKS, AND GOLD PLATED ENGRAVED BARREL MOSTLY STEVENS. Lot consists of: (A) Stevens 44/44-1/2 target buttstock, Swiss buttplate, and pistol grip. CONDITION: Excellent condition. (B) Three custom Stevens 44/44-1/2 forearms, one checkered. CONDITION: All in excellent condition. (C) Early tube scope Stevens No. 575 circa 1906, 6-12 power, 27”, 3/4” tube, no mounts. CONDITION: Cloudy optics. (D) Stevens No. 455 Favorite Model circa 1906, 3/4” tube, 6 power, 26”. CONDITION: Missing a lens. (E) Wm Malcolm No. 4 hunting and target scope 0.625 tube scope, 18”, 3-16x, standard crosshair. CONDITION: Clean optics. Malcolm scopes were made from 1885-1940. (F) Gold plated and engraved Stevens single shot pistol barrel, serial 478, 10”, no front sight or extractor, leaf rear sight, .22 caliber. CONDITION: 97% gold plated finish and finely engraved. 1,000 - 2,000

1584 - LOT OF 5: STEVENS 44-1/2 FRAME SIZE BARRELS AND FORENDS. Lot consists of: (A) 28” half octagon barrel, caliber .32-40, serial number 712. No sights. Barrel well marked. CONDITION: Strong rifling, pleasing mix of blue and patina with sharp legends. Forend is finely checkered and excellent condition. (B) 27-1/2” half octagon barrel, .22 rimfire. Hooded adjustable front sight sans any discs. CONDITION: Clean rifling, 95% reapplied blue finish, sharp legends. Finely checkered forend in excellent condition with holes for palm rest. (C) 30” half octagon barrel, caliber .22 WRF, serial number 10934, 1907 patent rear sight and globe front sight with disc. CONDITION: Strong but frosted bore, 85% original blue starting to drift with some minor freckling in spot. Sharp legends. Plain non-checkered forend is excellent. (D) 26” half octagon barrel, .25-20 Stevens caliber, serial number 10808, Rocky Mountain front sight. CONDITION: Strong rifling but frosted and needs cleaning, sharp legends. Plain forend is excellent. (E) 30” half octagon barrel, .22 short rimfire, serial number 10259, no sights. CONDITION: 90% blue. No front sight but has slot, no rear slot as tapped for scope. Sharp bore. Fine checkered walnut stock. A great lot to build some custom single shots. 1,000 - 1,500

1585 - LOT OF 5: STEVENS SINGLE SHOT BARRELS AND FORENDS. Lot consists of: five assorted barrels for the various Stevens single shot rifles using the 44 and 44-1/2 action. All but one have forends attached as well. (A) 28” round barrel, caliber .22 LR with front sight. Barrel well marked. CONDITION: Strong rifling, 97% original factory blue finish with sharp legends. Forend is for the military style model and in excellent condition. (B) 28” half octagon barrel, .32 bore, with folding globe front sight and Winchester style express rear sight. CONDITION: Near new bore, 95% blue finish, sharp legends, custom forend. (C) 28-1/2” half octagon barrel, caliber .22 LR, serial number 4053 with no sights. CONDITION: Strong but frosted bore, 95% reapplied blue. Sharp legends. Top of barrel drilled for scope mounts. No forend. (D) 30” octagon barrel, 22 LR caliber, serial number 4686 with no sights. CONDITION: Strong rifling, sharp legends. 85% blue turning plum overall. Checkered walnut forend is excellent. Front sight slot is filled and rear of barrel has 5” scope rail. (E) 30” half octagon barrel, .25-20 Stevens cartridge, serial number 12326 with folding Beaches front and sporting rear sights. CONDITION: 98% high polish original factory blue, barrel tapped for scope blocks. Sharp bore. Fine checkered walnut fore-end with matching number to barrel. This is the nicest of all the Stevens barrels. A great lot to build some custom single shots. 1,000 - 1,500

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1586 - IMPORTER CRATE OF 100 30 ROUND AK MAGAZINES. Importer crate of 100 30 round AK magazines. Magazines were liberally coated with cosmoline and wrapped in plastic, two to a bag. Magazines are for 7.62x39mm ammo. Sampling of magazines indicates that they are of Chinese make with a “MADE IN CHINA” sticker of front face of magazine. Crate marked “K.O.I / Pamona, CA” on front, rear with a UPC sticker. Shipping label on bottom. CONDITION: Magazines are good, coated with Cosmoline. Given age, some may have some patination, as one sample magazine does. Crate is fair, with hole at top, probably form original unboxing. “K.O.I” sticker is significantly deteriorated, UPC sticker good, peeling. Sticker on bottom with deterioration, identifying information blacked out. 1,000 - 1,500

1587 - LOT OF 13: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY BARREL & CYLINDER PARTS. Lot consists of: Barrels including 2nd 12” .45 nickel; 2nd 4-3/4” .44 Special in the white; 1st 7-1/2” .45 reblued; 1st 4-3/4” .45 blue; 2nd 5-1/2” .44 Special nickel. Cylinders including 1st blue .45; 1st blue .32-30; 2nd nickel .44 Special engraved; 1st blue .45; 1878 Colt double action blue .45 long flute; 2nd blue .357 Magnum; 1st .45 reblued; 2nd blue .357 Magnum. CONDITION: All excellent or better with note to the reblued. 1,000 - 1,500

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1588 - FRAMED CIRCA 1910-20’S ELEY SHOTSHELL ADVERTISING BOARD. Nice original advertising shotgun shell display with black original frame. It features the companies offering of shotshell products. Hulls are made of cardboard and brass. Corners are decorated with .22 shells. Each shell is stamped with a trade-name. Eley was founded by Charles and William Eley in London in the 1820s. The Eley Brothers purchased the patent rights to the “wire cartridge” in the spring or early summer of 1828. After the war, Eley’s, along with other firms, became part of Explosive Trades Ltd., soon part of Nobel Industries. There is no mention of Nobel on this board so it dates prior to 1939. Most likely 1910-20’s. CONDITION: Near mint. 1,000 - 2,000

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1589 - (A) A SCARCE WATERS ALL METAL SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, CIRCA 1849, STAMPED ON RIGHT FLAT OF BARREL A.H. WATERS & CO. Manufacturer: Waters Model: 1849 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Pistol corresponds to specifications listed in Flayderman’s chapter on US issue primary military single shot pistols. Steel barrel is stamped with eagle, US and P. Closed lock hammer with rudimentary floral engraving. Steel trigger guard, stirrup rammer, two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Overall polished over minor pitting. Waters stamp still visible. Walnut grips worn, left grip slightly undersized where it meets the frame. Right grip with chip where it meets frame. Hammer screw replaced with a brass hexagonal nut. Action is strong. Bore is fair. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 600 - 1,200 1590 - (A) LOT OF FOUR: UNMARKED FLINTLOCK PISTOL AND THREE POWDER TESTERS. Manufacturer: Unmarked Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .60 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 12 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Flintlock pistol of Middle Eastern origin with carving and decorative carving with smoothbore barrel. (B) Large wheel type powder tester with flintlock. (C) Smaller powder tester with handle and flintlock. (D) Octagon barrel tester with pin hole ignition. CONDITION: Pistol is in poor condition with the powder testers in working and original order. 800 - 1,000 1591 - (A) A FRENCH MODEL 1777 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL DATED 1780. Manufacturer: French Model: 1776 Charleville Caliber/Bore: .70 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This classic Revolutionary War period pistol served as the pattern for the legendary North & Cheney. Round barrel. Brass lock, marked “Charleville” with F80, trigger guard marked en suite. Regulation pattern throughout. Walnut grip. Hammer appears to be original, frizzen possibly replaced. CONDITION: Barrel is smooth patina with some minor pits, brass lock is clean with good Charleville marking. Hammer with minor pitting. Frizzen spring appears to be original. Belt hook a modern replacement. Bore is good. Walnut grip is good, appears to retain some modern overvarnish. Brass mounts are good. Ramrod appears to be an original. Action is weak and does not hold on full cock. 1,000 - 1,500 1592 - (A) A BRASS BARRELED SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL, POSSIBLY AMERICAN, WITH LOCK SIGNED B.HOMER, CIRCA 1780. Manufacturer: B. Homer Model: 1780 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique An interesting 18th century flintlock pistol, possibly American. Seller’s lists B. Homer as “unlocated flintlock dueling pistols (English)?” Heritage Auctions recently sold a club butt fowler signed B. Homer, making this pistol a New England flintpistol. Shortened brass barrel with no proofs. Lock with border engraving, hammer engraved en suite at tail of lock. Two screws in lock, single New England style side plate holding one side nail. Form of pistol classic New England third/fourth quarter 18th century. Small brass thumb piece. Kentucky style butt cap and trigger guard of brass. All small parts appear to be original. COBNDITION: Appears to be untouched throughout. Action is sticky. Bore is good. Ramrod replaced. A classic New England flintlock pistol, shortened during the period. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,800 182

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1593 - (A) A RARE SINGLE SHOT AMERICAN RIFLED FLINTLOCK DUELING PISTOL BY TRYON, PHILADELPHIA, CIRCA 1820. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Dueling Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .67 Rifled Barrel Length: 9 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This rare American flintlock dueler is much like English flintlock dueling pistols of the same period. Long octagonal barrel is deeply rifled and signed Tryon Philadelphia. The signed bolted lock with push-on safety is engraved in the English fashion. Swan neck cock engraved en suite. Spurred trigger guard with pineapple finial engraved in the English fashion. Walnut half stock finely checkered at wrist, with horn forend. CONDITION: Barrel is refinished throughout, with markings somewhat obscured. Lock in good crisp condition, with clear engraving and good markings. Stock with coat of varnish and repaired split on left side. Forend tip considerably damaged. Action of hammer is crisp. Ramrod appears to be original, with brass ferrule and brass worm. Bore is excellent, with multi-groove spiral rifling. Operates correctly. A high quality American dueling pistol likely assembled from British components. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500 1594 - A RARE AND DESIRABLE MODEL 1808 NAVY FLINTLOCK BY SIMEON NORTH, BERLIN CONNECTICUT. Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1808 Martial Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10-1/8” FFL Status: Antique With only 3,000 ever manufactured, and most of these either converted to percussion or reconverted to flintlock, the 1808 North Navy is one of the more important US martial pistols. The lock has clear S. North markings, the eagle somewhat worn. Belt hook appears to be an extremely well-made modern addition. CONDITION: Walnut full stock with repaired split on left side and one repaired crack under lock on right. Lock is slightly proud of stock. Brass pan showing fine mustard-brown patination. Double-neck cock has even age brown and what appears to be ancient slightly raised rust. Brass furniture with attractive, unclean patination. Barrel with smooth, even aged patina, with what appears to be slightly raised rust around touch hole. While gun appears to be original flint, it is possible it is an extremely old and well accomplished reconversion. Stock shows no original inspector marks. Still a very attractive and rare US martial pistol, which was once as desirable as a Patterson Colt. The hickory ramrod appears to be a replacement. Bore is good, with minor roughness. Action is defective. 2,000 - 4,000 1595 - (A) COLLECTOR’S LOT OF THREE PISTOLS: TWO FLINTLOCK AND ONE PERCUSSION PISTOL, AN 1822 T-BIS BY ST. ETIENNE. Manufacturer: (A) Johann Behr (B) Unmarked (C) St. Etienne Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Flintlock (C) 1822 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN (C) 6450 Caliber/Bore: (A) .62 Smoothbore (B) .65 Smoothbore (C) .72 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 13 - 1/2” (B) 8” (C) 7” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Long Flemish flintlock holster pistol by Johann Behr Maastricht and Liege, 1690-1740, and so signed on lock I.BEHR. Barrel has sighting rib chiseled at breech along with a female face. CONDITION: Slightly worn condition, with some staining. The stepped lock with line engraving, swan neck cock, plain frizzen, brass furniture with pierced side plate, lions, and screaming human. Thumb piece with female figure, spurred butt cap with grotesque mask pommel and portrait masks on either side. Molded figured fruitwood full stock. Two brass ramrod pipes. CONDITION: Stock quite crisp for a pistol of this age. Action is good. Bore is fair. One small chip from stock at muzzle. Ramrod replaced. (B) Flintlock of boxlock type. Heavy round barrel with ring midway. Breech is signed LONDON on either side in script. No visible British proofs. Frame with sparse engraving. Steel trigger guard with sparse engraving en suite. Plain hammer and frizzen. Checkered walnut bag butt. CONDITION: Action is crisp. Bore is fair. A large and interesting box lock flintlock. (C) The 1822 t-bis of standard configuration, serial number 6450 on barrel and stock. CONDITION: Action is crisp. Bore is poor. Missing ramrod. In fair original condition throughout. 1,500 - 2,500

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1596 - (A) UNSIGNED AMERICAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL OF SECONDARY MARTIAL STYLE. Manufacturer: Unmarked Model: 1808 Style Caliber/Bore: .61 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 9 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique The round barrel with flats at breech is in good condition throughout, with visible forging faults. The bolted lock is of good quality with swan neck cock. Walnut full stock with brass furniture appears to be American walnut. Brass mounts are simple, martial style. Stock with repaired split at right and tipping on left towards muzzle. Stock has been reinforced with brass strap behind barrel tang, reaching towards butt. Action works well. Hammer is probably not original. Bore is fair. 1,000 - 1,500 1597 - (A) SCARCE J.J. HENRY 1826 US SECONDARY MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: J.J. Henry Model: Flintlock Martial Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique A round barrel with brass fore sight, sighting notch, no proof marks, with fresh raised rust around touch hole. The lock is well marked J.J. Henry Bolton. Walnut stock with no cartouches and some fresh varnish. Mounts of standard form, stirrup rammer. CONDITION: There is a large chunk missing on the right side around the lock plate. Bore is fair. Gun appears to be original flint, with all original small parts. There are no US contracts known for this pistol and they are believed to have been made for state militia. A scarce US flintlock pistol. 1,000 - 1,500 1598 - (A) LOT OF FOUR: A COLLECTOR’S LOT OF FOUR FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, INCLUDING A BALKAN RATTAIL MIQULET. Manufacturer: (A)Unmarked (B) Theop Richards (C) F.GREENSILL (D) Unmarked Model: (ALL) Flintlock Serial No. (ALL) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .52 (B) .48 (C) .30 (D) .64 Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 2” (C) 1 - 1/2” (D) 12 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) The rattail of characteristic form, with all brass engraved stock, pewter inlay, and long engraved barrel. CONDITION: Barrel with some rust. The stock has some old repairs. Mainspring is very strong, typical of these rattails. Missing ramrod. (B) English box lock flintlock pistol with brass frame by Theophilus Richards, London. CONDITION: In good overall condition, except push-on safety needs attention. Will not stay on cock. Bore is good. Stock is crisp. (C) A diminutive English flintlock turn off pistol of Tutenage signed F. GREENSILL. CONDITION: The barrel seized. Hammer and frizzen heavily patinated. Butt with silver wire inlay and silver hallmarks on grotesque mask butt cap. Butt with moderate damage. Action does not function. Bore disregarded. (D) A box lock flintlock pistol. Octagonal barrel. CONDITION: Medium pitting. No signature. Flattened butt. Action works. Bore is fair. 1,000 - 1,200 1599 - (A) SCARCE WATERS EAGLE LOCKPLATE VARIATION 1836 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Waters Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The lockplate on these guns are only marked with an Eagle. “U.S./ JCS/ P” proofed on the barrel. Heart shaped cutout on the hammer. Iron mounted. No cartouche, although it has some small inspectors initials stamped into the wood. Consignors notes state that there are 20 of these known. PROVENANCE: Jim Wertenberger. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain light pitting with a pleasing patina. The lock is in better condition with a pleasing patina and no real pitting to speak of. Markings are clear. Wood is good with light dings and handling marks. Bore has light pitting. Good mechanical function. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR. 800 - 1,250

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1600 - (A) A GOOD CONTINENTAL GERMAN SILVER MOUNTED PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL WITH ATTRACTIVE TIGER STRIPE WALNUT HALF STOCK CIRCA 1850. Manufacturer: Belgian Model: Percussion Target Pistol Serial No. 6052 Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 9 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique

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9-1/4” octagonal barrel with partridge front and fully adjustable rear sights on breech tang. Breech with rudimentary shell engraving. Back action lock with shell engraving en suite. Dolphin form hammer en suite. Set trigger. German silver mounts engraved en suite with lock, barrel, and breech. Buttcap stamped with serial number 6052. Figured walnut full stock finely carved at wrist and checkered. CONDITION: Barrel appears to have some original finish under patination, minor pitting on one flat. Lock is crisp, hammer somewhat patinated. Flash pitting at breech from firing. German silver mounts are crisp. Stock with only minor wear, a few marks. Multigroove rifled barrel is excellent, action is crisp and set trigger functions. 600 - 1,000 1601 - (A) AN ENGLISH DERINGER STYLE PISTOL SIGNED ON LOCK RICHARD HOLLIS, BIRMINGHAM 1847-1853. Manufacturer: Richard Hollis Model: Deringer Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The barrel with deeply sunken cartouche at breech. Stamped PHILADELPHA. Deeply rifled octagonal barrel with two silver bands at breech, sunken copper cartouche. CONDITION: Barrel with worn, with some pitting in nipple area. Engraved back action lock deeply signed RICH HOLLIS. Hammer engraved en suite. Steel trigger guard with pineapple finial. German silver thumb piece, barrel wedges, rear ramrod pipe, and fore end tip. Ramrod is seized. Action is sticky. Gun will not hold on full cock. Stock has only minor marks and flattened checkering. Interesting inlay on left side of stock: two pheasants in grass. One minor tight crack near lock screw. Bore is good. A heavy, deeply rifled Deringer style pistol with an interesting Philadelphia connection. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 600 - 800 1602 - (A) A US SINGLE SHOT SECONDARY MARTIAL PERCUSSION PISTOL AKA “FLAT LOCK WATERS.” Manufacturer: Waters Model: Flat lock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration throughout. CONDITION: Barrel and all steel parts have been polished bright. Stock is still full dimension, with fairly sharp contours and no inspectors’ marks. Action is good. Bore is good. A showy example of this enigmatic US secondary martial pistol. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 600 - 800 1603 - (A) A SCARCE BELGIAN FOUR-BARRELED PERCUSSION PISTOL BY THE RENOWNED BELGIAN MAKER GUILLAUME BERLEUR, 1780-1830, WHO WORKED BESIDE THE FAMOUS NICOLAS BOUTET AT VERSAILLES. Manufacturer: Guillaume Berleur Model: Four barrel Caliber/Bore: .44 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique This interesting oddity pistol is refinished throughout but essentially very crisp. The plain round barrels are unnumbered. The frame is signed Berleur on right and Guillaume on left. Two barrels fire simultaneously, left and right. Engraved hammers. Large trigger guard is well shaped and engraved with a flower. Butt cap engraved with same flower. Checkered walnut butt with floral carving on either side where stock meets frame. CONDITION: One tight crack behind breech tang, otherwise wood is crisp and original with sharp checkering. Actions work perfectly. Rifling is strictly for barrel removal and does not extend much past muzzle. A good oddity pistol by one of Europe’s most renowned makers. 800 - 1,200

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1604 - (A) A US MODEL 1836 SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL AKA “FLAT LOCK WATERS” WITH A CONE-TYPE CONVERSION. Manufacturer: Waters Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration throughout. Unmarked barrel in good condition, with surface freckling. Lock with surface freckling en suite with barrel, stamped “A.H. Waters & CO Milbury MASS” with eagle. CONDITION: Walnut stock with some wear and a few marks. Crack forming ahead of front of lock plate on right side. Action is excellent. Bore is good. Most “flat lock” Waters have the side plug holding the nipple. The cone-type on the barrel of this example is much rarer. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 800 - 1,200 1605 - (A) AMES MODEL 1842 US NAVY BOX LOCK PERCUSSION PISTOL. Manufacturer: Ames Model: 1842 Box Lock Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Standard model 1842 USN box lock pistol as produced by Ames. Dated 1844 on the lock, 1845 on the barrel. USN inspectors marks. Two cartouches on the left side of the stock. Has “M.A. THOMA” carved into the bottom of the stock, appears to have something else just under it, however it is illegible. Worthy of further research. Smoothbore. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some minor pitting. Markings are clear. Good working order. Brass has a pleasing mellow patina to it. Wood is solid with some dings and handling marks, shows even wear. Bore has light pitting. Fine mechanical function. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 1,000 - 2,000 1606 - (A) AN AMERICAN KENTUCKY STYLE SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION BY TRYON, PHILADELPHIA. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .62 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique An interesting Kentucky style pistol with octagonal brass barrel bearing English proofs and barrel marker’s initial RH. Signed on top flat “TRYON/PHILADELHPIA”. Front action lock with sparse American style engraving, signed Tryon. Percussion hammer engraved en suite. Bolster type conversion to percussion. Remnants of flash pan remaining. Walnut full stock. Brass mounts, pineapple finial on trigger guard. Stock with tight crack at wrist, not through. CONDITION: Barrel is encrusted with old tarnish. Lock is extremely crisp, possibly retaining some original finish. Action is phenomenal. Stock has much original varnish. Side nail screws patinated brass with old tarnish. A very attractive Kentucky style pistol. Even retains original ramrod with brass ferrule and steel cleaning jag. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500 1607 - (A) RARE CONFEDERATE AGENT MARKED DERINGER STYLE PISTOL BY TRYON, PHILADELPHIA, FOR HYDE & GOODRICH, NO. CIRCA 1850. Manufacturer: Tryon Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Hyde & Goodrich were agents in New Orleans, Louisiana for Tryon. Four inch octagonal barrel is deeply struck Philadelphia on right flat, Hyde & Goodrich NO on left flat. Silver fore sight. Back action lock with sparse engraving marked Tryon. Hammer engraved en suite. Walnut three-quarter stock with silver ramrod pipes, silver floral butt cap, sparsely engraved iron trigger guard. CONDITION: Barrel has deep aged patina. Lock patinated en suite with barrel. Dolphin-form hammer with fresh raised rust. Mounts with deep, even age brown. Uncheckered stock with coat of old varnish. No serious damage and minor marks. Ramrod replaced. Action is very crisp. Bore is fair. An unusual and likely Confederate used Deringer. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 1,500 186

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1608 - (A) U.S. PATENT FIRE ARMS COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: U.S. Patent Firearms Model: 1851 Navy Serial No. 5616 Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Considered some of the finest Single Action Armies ever made, operating under the old blue dome of Hartford, these clones are nearly identical to the original. Offered is a faithful copy of the Model 1851 Navy. Standard blue and case colored finish with one piece walnut grips and has silver plated trigger guard and backstrap. CONDITION: Outwardly, gun appears to be as new inside and out with nary a drag line but this revolver was not cleaned after test firing and once cleaned there are a few minor spots of black powder abrasion in the still sharp rifling. There are also a couple of brown age marks on right side of frame. Silver is slightly tarnished. Comes in the original black box with an extra cylinder. 500 - 800 1609 - (M) FOUR ITALIAN REPLICA ANTIQUE COLT/REMINGTON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) San Marco (B) Lyman (C) Uberti (D) Italian Model: (A) Walker (B) 1858 (C) 1875 (D) 51 Navy Serial No. (A) 14312 (B) 26259 (C) 08840 (D) D53956 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .44 (C) .44-40 (D) .36 Barrel Length: (A) 9 - 1/8” (B) 8” (C) 7 - 1/2” (D) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists (A) 1847 Walker Dragoon. Armi-San Marco. .44 caliber percussion, blue and case color with walnut grips. CONDITION: Has seen quite a bit of use and remains at 85%. (B) 1858 Remington Army Lyman. .44 caliber percussion, all blue finish with walnut grips. CONDITION: Looks to be unfired with just handling marks. (C) 1875 Remington. Uberti. .44-40 cartridge revolver, blue and case color, walnut grips. CONDITION: Has been fired and there are drag lines on cylinder and handling marks but still 95% with fine bore and action. This is the only modern gun in lot and must be cleared. (D) 1851 Navy. Armi-San Marco. .44 percussion, blue with brass frame and wood grips. CONDITION: Well used and remains at 75%. Lot comes with reproduction US holster for cavalry Colt SAA. 600 - 800 1610 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO SECOND GENERATION COLT PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1877 (B) Pocket Serial No. (A) 52130 (B)16772 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Rifled (B) .31 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 5 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1849. Features octagon barrel, rebated cylinder with scene, one piece walnut grips, silver plated straps with blue and case finish. CONDITION: Fine bore and action. Few handling marks on grips. light drag line, silver tarnished, appears unfired. (B) Colt Baby Dragoon. Features octagon barrel, no loading lever, Indian cylinder scene, silver plated straps with square back trigger guard, one piece walnut grips, blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Silver is tarnished, some light age spotting on frame, handling marks on grips, appears unfired. 600 - 900 1611 - (A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1847 WALKER PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH GOLD ACCENT AND MOTHER OF PEARL GRIPS. Manufacturer: Italian Model: Walker Serial No. 76670 Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique The original box states revolver was made by Armi San Marco. This Dragoon features gold gilt loading lever and etched scene cylinder while balance is standard blue and case colors with what appears to be a set of real Mother of Pearl grips with rainbow colors. Original walnut grips are included with box. CONDITION: Near new condition inside and out. This is one sharp Dragoon with the gold and pearls. 600 - 1,000

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1612 - (A) LUICIUS W. POND SINGLE ACTION POCKET OR BELT REVOLVER (1861-70). Manufacturer: L.W. Pond Model: Single Action Serial No. 290 Caliber/Bore: .32 Rimfire Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Antique Features a 6” octagon barrel in .32 rimfire, six shot, single action, spur trigger, two piece rosewood grips. A lawsuit by Smith & Wesson ended production of these revolvers. CONDITION: Gun is a crisp all brown soft patina with legible legends and fine grips. Sharp bore with some light frosting. 400 - 600 1613 - (A) SCARCE BLUED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 THIRD ISSUE .22 CALIBER REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 1 - 3rd Issue Serial No. 76846 Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 2 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Made from 1868-1881. It is a seven shot single action spur trigger with walnut birds head grips and the rare factory blue finish with case color hammer. CONDITION: 90% bright blue on frame. 80% blue on barrel but dulling with freckling, 85% dulling blue on cylinder. Revolver indexes fine and locks up correctly with fine bore. Comes with contemporary walnut lined case. 400 - 600 1614 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ANTIQUE PEPPERBOX .22 PISTOLS, ONE RUPERTUS AND THE OTHER UNMARKED. Manufacturer: (A) Ruperts (B) Unknown Model: (A) 8 Shot (B) 6 Barrel Serial No. (A) 877 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Jacob Rupertus 8 shot .22 derringer. Made in Philadelphia in 1860’s with only a few hundred estimated production. Brass frame, steel 3” barrels with walnut grips. CONDITION: Legends are sharp, no plating on frame, barrels are gray patina. Indexes. (B) Unmarked 6-shot derringer. fluted barrels, steel frame, spur trigger, walnut grips. CONDITION: Mostly gray metal, barrels with some bright blue. Not working. 600 - 800 1615 - (A) PERIOD, POSSIBLY FACTORY ENGRAVED, DERINGER .32 CALIBER POCKET REVOLVER, NICKEL FINISH. Manufacturer: Deringer Model: Tip Up Serial No. 3399 Caliber/Bore: .32 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique What distinguishes this from the usual run of these Deringer pocket revolvers is the factory, or New York style, engraving and the condition. CONDITION: Barrel retains nearly all its original bright nickle with crisp engraving and only minor losses on the barrel rib. Cylinder retains nearly all of its original bright nickle, with one or two small peels. Frame retains nearly all of its original bright nickle throughout. Hammer retains some original dull finish. Action functions flawlessly. Bore is only fair. Wood grips are full dimension and retain considerable original varnish. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 600 - 800 188

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1616 - (A) LOT OF 2: LARGE FRAME ANTIQUE FRENCH PINFIRE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Lefaucheaux (B) Le Page Model: (BOTH) Pinfire Serial No. (A) 23581 (B) 234244 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 11mm Pinfire Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 6 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Lefaucheaux Patent Liege stamped, six shot 11mm with octagon barrel, checkered walnut grips, bag style with lanyard. CONDITION: Sharp legends but gun is basically a dark grey patina. Rifling is sharp but there is some residue. Action needs some attention. (B) Le Page 11mm with engraved frame and cylinder, six shot, walnut grips, bag style, and lanyard. Round barrel. CONDITION: Indexes correctly with a sharp but frosted bore. 700 - 1,200 1617 - (A) JAMES REID .22 CALIBER KNUCKLEDUSTER REVOLVER Manufacturer: Reid Model: Knuckle Buster Serial No. 16693 Caliber/Bore: 6.5 Barrel Length: 1 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique About 10,000 made from 1869-1884. Seven shot, engraved frame, spur hammer, brass frame, nickel plated. A unique pistol in that it doubles as a brass knuckle as well as a revolver. CONDITION: Finish remains at about 80%, all original finish with some brass showing through on edges and a bit of bubbling. 800 - 1,200 1618 - (C) GERMAN SINGLE SHOT TARGET .22 PISTOL. Manufacturer: Germany Model: Single Shot Target Caliber/Bore: .22 RF Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Pre-World War II, tip-down, single shot target pistol with blue finish, walnut grips, target sights, and German proofs. CONDITION: Gun has a smooth blue-brown patina mix. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent with extractor. Solid, well-made gun. 400 - 800 1619 - (A) C. SHARPS MODEL 2A FOUR BARREL DERINGER. Manufacturer: C. Sharps Model: 2A Serial No. 19477 Caliber/Bore: .30 RF Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1859 to 1874. Features four barrel cluster, rotating firing pin, brass frame, checkered gutta percha grips. “SHARPS” stamps on both sides of frame. CONDITION: Barrel retains 98% reapplied blue finish. Brass frame has been cleaned. Grips are excellent. Rotating firing pin works correctly. Bores are very good. Clean example of a popular vest pocket pistol. 300 - 500 1620 - (A) L.J. GARDNER CONTEMPORARY BEDFORD STYLE FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: L.J. Gardner Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .38 Rifled Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique Bedford style contemporary rifle signed “L.J. Gardner 2011” on inlaid brass plate. Brass Bedford style hardware with excellent engraved patchbox with seven piercings and partial silver inlay finial. Pierced toeplate with silver eagle head finial. Ten engraved silver inlays with wire inlay work in the shape of an eagle. Octagonal barrel with brass nameplate inlay and embellished rifle sights. Bedford style flintlock held by brass sideplate with silver eagle inlays. Double set triggers. Curly maple stock with reddish finish and tight curl. Hardwood ramrod with jigs in patchbox. CONDITION: Like new possibly unfired and is a rifle of superb workmanship. 1,000 - 1,500

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1621 - (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. 1,200 - 1,800

1622 - (A) PETER ANGSTADT FULL STOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE CIRCA 1820. Manufacturer: Angstadt Model: Fullstock Flintlock Rifle Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled Barrel Length: 43” FFL Status: Antique A handsome Kentucky with long 43” octagonal barrel and brass front sight. Deeply rifled, .40 caliber. J&W Aston warranted. Bolted lock with rudimentary engraving, swan neck cock with matching engraving. Brass furniture, elaborate patch box, signed on lid P.C. Angstadt. Double set triggers. Beautifully striped maple full stock with some line carving. Raised cheek piece. CONDITION: Barrel mostly fine brown patina. End of muzzle with concentric circles indicating original length. Deeply rifled bore is fair. Lock with roller bearing frizzen has some surface rust. Stock is in good condition throughout with no discernible defects. Set triggers work but hammer will not stay on cock. 1,800 - 2,500

1623 - (A) RONALD SCOTT CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: Ronald Scott Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .48 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Beautiful 18th century style contemporary flintlock crafted by Ronald Scott of Oregon. Brass engraved hardware, engraved Siler style lock with single trigger. Curly maple full stock with raised floral design carving behind cheekpiece. Floral design carving behind locks and ahead of comb and cheekpiece. Wooden early style sliding lid patchbox with brass cleaning jig wrapped in leather. Wooden ramrod with brass cleaning attachment. CONDITION: Like new condition with light handling marks. Looks to be unfired. 1,000 - 1,200

1624 - (A) D. PRICE CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Manufacturer: D. Price Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 38” FFL Status: Antique Dated contemporary flintlock signed “D. Price” and dated “1994”. Engraved brass furniture with silver engraved thumbpiece and engraved silver barrel pin shields. Curly Lancaster style maple fullstock with raised C-scroll carving and floral design in front of cheekpiece and around tang. Full octagonal swamped barrel with platinum rings at breech and muzzle. Rifle sights, Siler style flintlock with double set triggers and sliding wood patchbox. Striped ramrod with brass attachment base. CONDITION: Gun is in excellent condition and appears to have been fired very little. 1,000 - 1,200

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1625 - (A) TRYON INDIAN TRADE RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .60 Barrel Length: 41” FFL Status: Antique George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured trade type rifle made in the early 19th century. Half round half octagon smoothbore barrel with blade front sight. Barrel stamped “Tryon Philada” on top flat and some unlegible marks on the left flat. Flintlock marked “Tryon” with brass serpent style sideplate. Walnut full stock with mix of brass and iron hardware. Large loop trigger guard. Stock decorated with four silver oval inlays and a thumbpiece with a chief’s image on it. Hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with gun having been heavily cleaned. Wood has repair in forestock and has been heavily sanded with added finish. Lock is a reconversion. Barrel possibly shortened. Mechanically sound. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 800 - 1,200

1626 - (A) HESS ATTRIBUTED FULLSTOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Hess Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .47 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 38 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Hess family attributed rifle converted from flint to percussion. Hess family worked in and around Lehigh and Northhampton Counties from the late 1700’s to late 1800’s. Gun has nice two piece engraved patchbox with release in the toe. Golcher marked flintplate converted to percussion and controlled by a single trigger. Pinched Lehigh style trigger guard and engraved sideplate. Octagon barrel with line markings in front of and behind sights. Petite red finished plain maple stock. Original ramrod with copper shell casing on end. CONDITION: Overall good patina on metal parts. Stock has been refinished and there is a wrist repair. Nice petite gun. 800 - 1,200

1627 - (A) HALF STOCK PSA & CO PERCUSSION KENTUCKY LONG RIFLE. Manufacturer: PSA & Co Model: Half Stock Kentucky Long Rifle Caliber/Bore: .50 Percussion Barrel Length: 36 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Illegibly signed half stock Kentucky with PSA & Co percussion lock and double set triggers. Curly maple stock with German silver furniture and inlays. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Original ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good patina. Mechanically sound, but rib is loose on barrel. Wood has been cleaned and refinished. 800 - 1,200

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1628 - (A) SOWERS & SMITH PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sowers & Smith Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion Barrel Length: 37” FFL Status: Antique Percussion Kentucky rifle with “Sowers & Smith” marked lock with double set triggers. Full curly maple stock with brass furniture and four piece “keyhole finial” patchbox. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Metal exhibits aged patina. Lock and triggers need work and are not functioning correctly. Wood has been cleaned with a crack repaired in the forestock. Bore is dirty but looks like with cleaning it would be shootable. 800 - 1,200

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1629 - (A) 1864 U.S. TRENTON PERCUSSION MUSKET WITH BAYONET. Manufacturer: U.S. Trenton Model: 1864 Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique This is referred to as a contract musket, which refers to companies placed under contract to make the U.S. Springfield Model 1861 copy in their facility. The Trenton contract was obtained by J.T. Hodge and A.M. Burton at the Trenton Locomotive Machine Company in Trenton, New Jersey and made a total of 11,495 rifles between 1863-1864. Lock is stamped U.S. Trenton with an American eagle and dated 1864. Top of barrel is dated 1864, left side of barrel has VP proof with eagle head, left breech stamped NJ for New Jersey. Stamp left side of stock, NJ in oval, for New Jersey, indicating ownership stamp. Two leaf folding military rear sight, post front sight. Original rod. Sports three barrel bands and a forend tip with a U.S. marked buttplate. Nearly full length walnut stock. CONDITION: All metal is finished in the white and in near mint condition with minor age freckling. Razor sharp markings. Bright blue original nipple. Stock is also near new aside from a few minor bumps. Rifle appears to be new old stock and probably never saw field use, with most marks from storage. Fine action with a strong shiny bore with some very minor black powder abrasion which may clean. Comes with an excellent bayonet, also in the white, stamped U.S. CONDITION: Bayonet has scattered age freckling. 1,000 - 1,500 1630 - (A) 1841 TRYON MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: 1841 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique One of 5,000 1841 “Mississippi Rifles” built by George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Two brass banded rifled barrel “P” in circle proof mark. Percussion lock marked “Phila. Pa. 1848” at rear and “Tryon US” in front of hammer. Walnut wood stock with brass furniture including “US” stamped brass buttplate. CONDITION: Overall aged patina having been cleaned some time ago Lock functions but is slightly sticky. Wood is solid with illegible cartouche and various usage marks. Missing extra nipple in the patchbox. Good clean gun. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,000 1631 - (A) COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING MUSKET Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1855 Serial No. 7252 Caliber/Bore: .56 Rifled Barrel Length: 37 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The Colt New Model Revolving rifles were early repeating rifles produced by the Colt’s Manufacturing Company from 1856 until 1864. The design was essentially similar to revolver type pistols, with a rotating cylinder that held five or six rounds in a variety of calibers from .36 to .64 inches. They were mainly based upon the Colt Model 1855 Side-Hammer Pocket Revolver developed by Elisha K. Root. Colt revolving pistols and rifles were attractive mainly because of their high rate of fire. They were used to a limited extent on the Pony Express, and made a brief appearance in the American Civil War. However, the rifles were generally disliked by soldiers, and were ultimately discontinued due to serious design flaws. Approximately 9300 were made from 1856-1864. This musket features a nearly full length walnut stock with two barrel bands, a folding leaf rear sight, post front sight, five shot, side hammer, brass trigger-guard with ramrod. Originally blue with case color hammer and loading lever. CONDITION: All metal is now a soft brown patina with age spotting. Stocks are excellent with usual impressions. Cylinder indexes properly. Bore shows some roughness. Overall a nice original example of a fairly scarce early Colt revolving musket. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,500 - 3,500 1632 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ANTIQUE STEVENS TIP-UP SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (A) No. 34 (B) Tip-up Serial No. (A) 1004 (B) 10494 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 CF (B) .22 RF Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 26” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) This is actually not a rifle, but is referred to as a Pocket Rifle No. 34. Features include a nickel plated frame with a 24” heavy octagon barrel. The front sight is a flip up blade and the rear sight is a flip up peep sight with disc. It is a spur trigger with walnut grips and detachable skeletal buttplate with matching serial number. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 98% of the reapplied nickel finish on frame and stock. Barrel is a pleasing soft blue/brown patina. Stocks are very good as refinished and a bit shy to metal. Very good strong rifling. Extractor intact. Sights include folding beech front, leaf rear and tang. (B) Stevens Tip-up .22 Rifle. Has a 26” half octagon blue barrel with nickel plated frame, buttplate and lever. The walnut stock has deluxe grain wood and finish. CONDITION: Barrel is smooth blue patina. Nickel is gone and metal has been polished bright. Has fine bore and should make a good shooter. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 1,500 192

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1633 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 427705B Caliber/Bore: .32-20 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Winchester Model 1873 rifle made in 1892, 30 inch octagon barrel, .32-20 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt, set trigger, tang sight. CONDITION: Mostly brown patina, initials carved in stock, dark bore w fair rifling. 1,500 - 2,000

1634 - (A) WINCHESTER THIRD MODEL 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINE, .38 WCF (1889). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 289396B Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Antique Standard Third Model Saddle Ring Carbine configuration. 20” barrel. Trap in butt. Made in 1889. CONDITION: Gun is in “as found” condition. Retains a pleasing patina overall with traces of original finish in protected areas and some light pitting. All markings are clear. Wood has some light handling marks, showing wear. Bore is good with strong rifling and some pitting. Good mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,500

1635 - (A) A VERY RARE ENGLISH MILITARY STYLE FLINTLOCK LONG, LONG MUSKET OF BROWN BESS STYLE. ENGLISH MILITARY LOCK WITH IORDAN 1747 FOR EDWARD JORDAN 1743-1758. Manufacturer: Edward Jordan Model: 1747 Caliber/Bore: .80 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 68” FFL Status: Antique The 68” military style barrel with two rings of typical English military pattern, but no visible military proofs at breech. The banana shaped lock with typical English military pattern with military acceptance stamp, crown, and IORDAN 1747 at tail. Military style furniture. Stock is of classic early first modern long pattern shape, only much larger. CONDITION: Barrel is deeply patinated, with minor pitting throughout, and uncleaned. Lock with some wear to British crown stamp. Iordan 1747 very clear. Cock an improper replacement. Frizzen and one frizzen spring screw are modern replacements. Steel trigger guard is an incorrect replacement. Stock is pieced just behind first ramrod pipe. Rear of stock is good, with no major damage. Side plate of steel likely an old replacement. Action works well. Bore is fair. Altogether a most interesting extra-long Brown Bess style musket which would appeal to the collector of British military flintlocks or anyone who desires an enormous flintlock musket in his collection. 1,500 - 2,500

1636 - (A) 1797 JOHN MILES CONTRACT MUSKET. Manufacturer: John Miles Model: 1797 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 44” FFL Status: Antique One of 4000 John Miles made “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” muskets. Musket style three banded barrel with “Liberty cap” over “P” proofmark near breech. Flint lock with “Miles” over “CP” at rear of lock. Walnut musket stock with “SB” on the cheek and “BB” punch marked behind lock. CONDITION: Musket has been cleaned years ago and is now exhibiting some aged patina. Wood is solid with usage and handling marks. Mechanically sound. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500

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1637 - LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD 1873 MILITARY PERCUSSION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial No. (A) 290088 (B) 46290 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-70 (B) .45-70 Barrel Length: (A) 32” (B) 32” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured 1885. Model 1873/78 with no visible stock inspections. 78 pattern rear sight low arch breech, 3 position tumbler. CONDITION: Good overall with excellent bright shiny bore and crisp action. Stock has several repairs and an application of synthetic wood filler at for end tip and at top of lock plate. (B) Scarce early 1875 production Trapdoor rifle with proper sights and stock. High arch breech, all early features. Comes with proper early Trapdoor rifle sling. CONDITION: Very good with finish fading but present. Stock is void of markings and has 45-70 scratched into left side of butt. Bore is very fine with sharp rifling. Action is crisp and functions properly. 1,250 - 1,750 1638 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1842 PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 42” FFL Status: Antique Springfield made Model 1842 percussion musket with three barrel bands, fixed front sight and round musket barrel dated 1854 and marked “VP over Eagle” proof. Percussion lock marked with Eagle over “US” and dated 1855 with “Springfield” above. Walnut full musket stock with “JS” cartouche on left of stock. Comes with original ramrod and reproduction sling. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned and has faded to a silvery patina. Wood has added oil finish with service dings and visible cartouche. Good mechanics. 800 - 1,250 1639 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE US SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1884 Serial No. (A) 364686 (B) 555915 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-70 (B) .45-70 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) This is a fine collectible condition rifle. Cartouche is dated 1888 and sharp. Block is dated 1884. Correct Buffington rear sight. Front sight has hood. CONDITION: This is a solid 85% gun with bright case colors on block, bright blue on bands, 90% blue on barrel, excellent stocks with usual marks. Comes with canvas Nobuckl sling. (B) Stock is dated 1892 and this example has built in rod bayonet. All other features are identical to above. CONDITION: The metal on this gun is simply a clean smooth patina with sharp legends. Stocks are excellent with good cartouche. Bore is sharp and clean. 800 - 1,200

1640 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLED MUSKET, DATED 1864. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1863 Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Standard Type I Model 1863 Springfield musket dated 1864. Spring retained barrel bands. Has “16” stamped into the buttplate. All three barrel bands are too narrow and slide a bit back and forth between the edge of the band spring and stock. CONDITION: Gun retains a pleasing patina overall with areas of light pitting. Lock markings are clear. Barrel markings and date are no longer visible. Wood has been sanded and has handling marks. Lock has good mechanical function. Bore is dirty with strong rifling. GR 700 - 1,000

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1641 - (A) LOT OF 2: HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) Backers Model: (BOTH) Half-Stock Percussion Rifles Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 35” (B) 32 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Unsigned percussion halfstock with walnut stock, pewter nosecap, German silver trigger guard and four piece brass patchbox with five piercings. Golcher style percussion lock with double set triggers. Octagon barrel with rifle sights and flash protector. Stock has five brass inlays and a nice cheekpiece. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition and mechanically sound. (B) Half stock Kentucky with traces of a signature on barrel. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Curly maple stock with engraved German silver patchbox, trigger guard and nine engraved coin silver inlays. Pewter nosecap and original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with plugged sight dovetails and possibly shortened barrel. Triggers need work does not hold cock. 1,400 - 2,000

1642 - (A) US MODEL 1865 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET RIFLE - 1ST ALLEN CONVERSION. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1865 Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Using Civil War era Springfield parts converted to Trapdoor .50-70 rifle. Has an 1863 dated US Springfield Eagle lock, three bands, finished in the white. Block does not have stamp. Buttplate is stamped “19” and “US (unit mark)”. Walnut stock cartouche is not visible. Features standard two leaf folding rear sight and two piece trigger guard with sling. CONDITION: Beautiful rifle; clean white metal finish. Sharp legends. Stock refinished to near mint. Mirror bore. Comes with period leather sling with brass hook and two keepers. 1,500 - 2,500

1643 - (A) EARLY INDIAN WARS SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 CAVALRY CARBINE (1876) Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 71522 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Manufactured in 1876, this early Springfield Trapdoor Model 1873 Cavalry Carbine is chambered for the .45-70 Government cartridge. One piece American walnut short thick wrist stock with crisp “EAA” cartouche in small oval on left side, mounted with carbine sling bar and ring, and without slot for cleaning rod. Early solid buttplate with reinforcing lugs on interior without trap for cleaning rod. Model 1873 rifle rear sight graduated to 500 yards. Solid rifle front sight with out removable blade. Large eagle barrel proof with small “P” in front of receiver. Early barrel band with stacking swivel. Second pattern high arch trapdoor marked “US MODEL 1873”. Three position tumbler and second pattern straight cut breech release. Lockplate marked with eagle and “US SPRINGFIELD 1873”. Second pattern hammer checkering. Early two piece trigger guard assembly and smooth trigger. CONDITION: Very good as partially refinished. The barrel, receiver, and rear sight have been expertly refinished to give the appearance of being authentic. The stock is very fine with no refinish being evident and retaining most of its armory finish. The buttplate is likely restored and marked “LD * A” (meaning unknown). The bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling. The chamber is pristine and has the appearance of being unfired. The breech trapdoor retains generous amounts of vivid authentic case colors. The action is crisp and properly functioning. 1,250 - 1,750

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1644 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 181180 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique 1873 Springfield Trapdoor carbine made in 1882. Carbine style stock with “P” in circle and “SWP” 1881 stock cartouche with trap in butt housing cleaning rod and broken case extractor. “C” marked rear sight with fixed front. Breech block marked “US Model 1873” lock marked “US Springfield 1873”. Gun appears to be an original carbine. CONDITION: Reblued metal parts with shootable bore and good mechanics. Wood has reapplied finish with light handling marks. 1,000 - 1,500

1645 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial No. (A) 6601 (B) 225572 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45-70 Barrel Length: (A) 29 - 1/2” (B) 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Cadet rifle with breech block marked “Model 1873 (Eagle Over Arrows)” and “US”. Blued lock marked “US Springfield 1873”. Walnut full military stock with cartouches. Blued barrel with socket type bayonet. Comes with original cleaning rod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with original finish worn from use to about 50%. Stock cleaned long ago. Shootable bore with good mechanics. (B) Springfield Model 1873 rifle with breechblock marked “US Model 1873”. Blued lock marked with “(Eagle)” and “US/ Springfield”. Blued barrel with Buffington rear sight. Walnut wood stock with “SWP 1884” proof. Set up for socket bayonet with original cleaning rod. CONDITION: Overall good with blued parts worn to 60% with lock having some light pitting. Wood lightly sanded and cleaned with visible cartouche. Good bore with good mechanics. 1,200 - 1,600

1646 - (A) LOT OF 4: ROLLING BLOCK CARBINES AND FLOBERT SINGLE SHOT. Manufacturer: (A)(B)(C) Remington (D) Belgian Model: (A)(B)(C) Rolling Block Carbine (D) Floburt Serial No. (A) 3337 (B) 38 (C) 4898 (D) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A)(B)(C) .50-70 Government (D) .22LR Barrel Length: (A)(B)(C) 23 - 1/4” (D) 23” FFL Status: Antique

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Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 1871 rolling block carbine. Blued barrel and receiver. Walnut stock with musket style sling swivels. CONDITION: Overall good with shootable bore. Blue fading to brown. Stock has been cleaned with replaced buttplate. (B) Remington Model 1867 rolling block carbine with “EP” mark for Egyptian police. Carbine style rear sight with fixed front. Blued barrel and action. Walnut stocks with “98” racking number in stock. Musket style sling swivels. CONDITION: Overall fair with remnants of barrel blue. Receiver and wood have been cleaned and buttstock has been sanded with small piece replaced. Shootable bore with good mechanics. (C) Remington Model 1867 rolling block carbine made to simulate the Navy carbine with anchor and “P/FCW” proofs on right side. Carbine sights. Walnut carbine style stocks with collar pin from the “Loyal League of Loggers and Lumbermen” inlaid in buttstock. Comes with period military style sling. CONDITION: Overall good with 70% barrel blue. Action has been cleaned with a little cold blue added. Wood has been cleaned. Good mechanics with shootable bore. (D) Belgium Flobert style single shot rifle with octagon barrel, rifle sights and fancy shaped steel trigger guard. Walnut pistol grip stock. CONDITION: Overall poor with pitting and cleaned metal and wood. Dark bore with good mechanics. 1,200 - 1,500

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1647 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 68804 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Standard issue Indian Wars Trapdoor rifle. Features two barrel bands, post front sight, and 1873 pinned rear sight. “VP” proof on right side of barrel. Block dated 1873, as is the dated Springfield eagle on sideplate. Walnut stock with faint but visible “ESA” cartouche and visible script “P” on wrist. CONDITION: All legends are sharp. Barrel has smooth patina. Block has no case colors. Stock has minor usual bumps and bruises. Rifling is sharp and clean. Buttplate has no trapdoor. A nice example of an early, five digit 1873. Comes with original period leather sling; single brass hook with two keepers. 1,000 - 1,500 1648 - (A) EARLY US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 84282 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Offered is a nice, all original 1873 rifle with early features, including early 1873 rear sight that is not stamped with R, two piece trigger guard, two bands and swivels, and headless screws. The lock is dated 1873 with eagle. Long, thick wrist with sharp “ESA” cartouche in oval. Cursive “P” on bottom of wrist. Block stamped “US MODEL 1873”. CONDITION: Barrel is a smooth blue, blending patina. Case colors have darkened. Walnut stock is sharp with just usual minor handling marks. Mirror bright bore. Comes with a period original leather sling with single brass hook and two keepers. 1,000 - 2,000 1649 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 89771 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Standard issue Indian Wars Trapdoor rifle. Features two barrel bands, post front sight, and 1873 pinned rear sight. “VP” proof on right side of barrel. Block dated 1873 with non-dated Springfield eagle on sideplate. Walnut stock with strong and sharp visible “ESA” Erskine Allin cartouche and visible script “P” on wrist. CONDITION: All legends are sharp. Barrel has smooth patina mixing with soft blue. Block has no case colors. Stock has minor usual bumps and bruises. Rifling is sharp and clean. Buttplate has no trapdoor. A nice example of an early, five digit 1873. Comes with original period leather sling. Single brass frog with two keepers, stamped “US”. 1,000 - 1,500 1650 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1877 (TRANSITIONAL 1879) TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 104077 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Early 1878 dated rifle that was still using many 1877 parts with new 1879 changes. Rifle marked rear sight has screw heads. Two piece trigger guard. Barrel has “VP (eagle head)” proof on left side of barrel. Block is stamped “US MODEL 1873”. Lock has the US eagle but is not dated. Buttplate has no trapdoor. The walnut stock has oval cartouche stamped “ESA” for Erskin Allin and dated 1878. The script “P” is stamped on lower wrist of stock. Has short thick wrist. CONDITION: Barrel is age spotting blue and patina. Traces of color on block. Wood is excellent with great original finish and sharp stamps with just usual handling marks. Comes with original period leather sling that features brass hook and two keepers. 1,000 - 1,500

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1651 - (A) LOT OF TWO: E. MORTER OHIO RIFLE WITH INDIAN DECORATED 1873 SPRINGFIELD. Manufacturer: (A) Atkinson (B) Springfield Model: (A) Percussion (B) 1878 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 39639 Caliber/Bore: (A) .35 Rifled (B) .45-70 Barrel Length: (A) 39 - 5/8” (B) 24” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Atkinson marked Kentucky style back action percussion lock muzzleloader signed “E. Morter” on top barrel flat and “J. Wilt & Co Dayton, Ohio” on left flat, probably a barrel maker. Emanuel Morter worked in Prymont, Ohio 1860-1864 and then in Brookville, Ohio in 1881. Full octagon rifled, heavier barrel, possibly made as a target rifle. Full curly maple stock with brass furniture. Double set triggers. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with 70% of the original finish remaining. Rifle has no visible repairs or restoration with strong mechanics. (B) Springfield Model 1873 trapdoor rifle cut down to carbine size. Breech block dated 1878 with lock dated 1863. Gun wrapped with hide and decorated with brass tacks replicating Native American use. CONDITION: Gun has strong mechanics and a shootable bore. Most likely a modern decorated Native American gun. 1,000 - 1,500

1652 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1879 Serial No. 143461* Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Offered is an all original Model 1879 standard military issue trapdoor. The rear sight has the slotless screws and is stamped “R”. The block is stamped “US Model 1873”. The lock is stamped “US / SPRINGFIELD” with eagle and no date. Buttplate does not have trapdoor. Left side of barrel has the “VP” proof. Left side of walnut stock has a bold “SWP” Sam Porter cartouche, is dated 1880, and cursive proof “P” on wrist. Standard two bands with swivels and ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel is a 90% silky smooth blue just beginning to drift. Block retains traces of colors. The blackened lock and hammer retain virtually all of their original oil quenched finish. The stock has a few impressions with nearly all of its original oil finish. Bore has sharp lands. Comes with an original period leather sling that features a single brass hook and two keepers. 1,000 - 1,500

1653 - (A) FINE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 BREECHLOADING TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1879 Serial No. 222621 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Made from 1879 to 1885. This is an extremely nice all original condition standard rifle. The rear sight is stamped “R” and has slotless screws. Two piece trigger guard. No trapdoor in butt. Lock has eagle and “US / SPRINGFIELD” but is not dated. Left side of barrel has standard “VP” eagle stamp. The block is stamped “US MODEL 1873”, no eagle head. The beautiful dark walnut stock is stamped “SWP 1883” on left side for Sam Porter. The script “P” can be found on bottom of wrist. CONDITION: 85% of the colors remain on block. 90% original blue appearance that when lit, is actually a perfect smooth blend of patina and blue. Razor sharp legends. Stock has usual minor handling marks. Mirror bore and fine action. Comes with period original leather sling that features a single brass hook with two keepers. An extremely fine condition Model 1879 all original trapdoor. 1,000 - 2,000

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1654 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: BIRMINGHAM SMALL ARMS CADET AND TWO ENFIELD MARTINI LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) BSA (B) Enfield (C) Enfield Model: (A) Cadet (B) Martini (C) Martini Serial No. (A) 28632 (B) 1926 (C) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .310 (B) .303 (C) .577/450 Barrel Length: (A) 25 - 1/4” (B) 29 - 1/4” (C) 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) BSA Cadet Martini with Australian markings on butt. Chamber has been marked 32-20. CONDITION, Very good with several chunks of wood missing from forearm and butt stock form poor storage. Bore is bright and shiny with crisp rifling, action functions properly. Metal finishes have worn and are thin on barrel but frame retains over 70%. (B) Chambered for .303 British and dated 1926. Manufactured by Enfield and is Canadian property marked. All metal is in the white and is void of finish. Bore is dark with visible rifling, Wood is moderately oil soaked and has numerous bruises and gouges. Action operates properly with several bad screw heads. (C) Long Lever Pattern dated 1887. Cal 577/450. Walnut stocks with Nepalese markings and dated 1908. CONDITION: Metal finish has turned dove grey to plum, Bore is excellent with sharp rifling action operates properly and wood stocks are bruised and scraped but fine overall. 1,250 - 1,750

1655 - (A) P.T. WATSON MUZZLE LOADING PERCUSSION SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: P.T. Watson Model: ML Barrel Length: 30 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 13 - 15/16” Gauge: 10 Gauge Weight: 7lbs 1oz Fine old muzzleloader with laminated barrels and concave top rib marked “P.T. WATSON 97 CLAYTON STREET NEWCASTLE ON TYNE” and with small steel front bead. Replacement ramrod. Action is nicely scroll and game scene engraved on locks and hammers with nice scroll work. Action appears to have been blued as it is dark in color. Full length on piece stock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist, wedge fastener and engraved steel tip on forearm. Beautiful heel and toe plates and checkered butt. Long tang trigger guard is lightly scroll engraved with dog on bow. Housed in a modern full length green canvas case with green felt interior. CONDITION: Very good as restored. Barrels retain most of their restored brown. Action has been blued, long ago. Stocks appear excellent as restored and there is an incipient crack behind the right lock. Bores with some pitting. Case is excellent. 1,000 - 1,500

1656 - (A) MAYNARD MASSACHUSETTS ARMS 1859 PERCUSSION SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Maynard Model: 1859 Percussion Shotgun Serial No. 3266 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 20 Bore Made around the time of the Civil War, they were a unique gun in that they used an interchangeable barrel system that allowed you to buy one rifle and attach other barrels. It features an octagon to round 26” barrel in 20 bore. There is a long buttstock and no forend. There is a long range tang sight that was meant for a rifled barrel. CONDITION: Stock is excellent. Barrel is an even mix of blue and brown soft patina with some age freckling. The case colors have faded to gray with age spots. Bore is dirty but could clean up some. 600 - 1,000

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1657 - (A) LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON HAMMER SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Remington Model: (A) 1885/87 (B) 1889 Serial No. (A) 18477 (B) 91134 Barrel Length: (A) 30” (B) 32” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 10 Gauge Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 1885/87 Hammer shotgun with double triggers and extractors. Case hardened action. Laminated steel barrels with concave smooth rib marked “E. Remington and Sons, Ilion, N.Y.”. Figured walnut checkered round knob pistol grip stock with Remington logo hard rubber buttplate. Checkered splinter forearm with ebony inlay and latch release. Comes with leather faced leg o’ mutton case. CONDITION: Gun retains 80% finish on barrels with mirror bores. Action has 70% case colors remaining. Wood has 70% original gloss finish with handling marks. Gun locks up tight and functions fine. B) Remington Model 1889 hammer shotgun with double triggers and extractors. Case hardened action. Damascus steel barrels with matted rib marked” Remington Arms Co.”. Checkered walnut round knob pistol grip stock with Remington logo hard rubber buttplate. Checkered splinter forearm with ebony inlay and latch release. CONDITION: Overall good with metal parts fading to a silvery patina. Wood worn from use with small crack behind action and burn mark on comb. Gun locks up tight with opening lever slightly left of center. Bores exhibit some pitting. 1,200 - 1,500

1658 - (A) WONDERFUL J. & W. TOLLEY HAMMER SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Tolley Model: SxS Serial No. 1669 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Gauge: 12 Weight: 8lbs 0oz This was a tremendous high grade gun when new. The Damascus barrels have concave rib with makers name and address on top and small brass front bead. The wedge fastened forend with horn tip is checkered in point pattern with engraved iron. Action is fully engraved in beautiful scroll and has various animals engraved including a well done large stag on the bottom of the action. Dog ear hammers are fully engraved. Jones Rotary underlever opener. Trigger guard with steel flare is also scroll engraved. Replacement buttstock with straight grip and tear drop behind action with fully engraved steel buttplate. A great restock. Housed in a modern green canvas, leather appointed case with green felt interior. CONDITION: Very good as partially restored. Barrels with traces of original pattern remaining. Action has turned gray. Replacement buttstock and forearm and excellent with nearly all custom finish remaining. Bores with frosting throughout and scattered dents. Case is excellent. 900 - 1,400

1659 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD GENERATION WITH BOX AND PAPERS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA10613 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Late 1980’s production Colt Single Action Army chambered for .45 Colt with 7 - 1/2” blue barrel, cylinder, and trigger guard. Case colored frame and blue screws. Two piece Colt hard plastic grips. CONDITION: As factory new with no turn line or indication of wear or distress. Box is worn with detached but included label. 1,000 - 1,500

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1660 - (C) PRE-WAR SMITH & WESSON .22 K-22 FIRST MODEL. Manufacturer: S&W Model: K-22 Serial No. 634574 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Built on the square butt K frame, six shot, double action with pinned barrel and recessed chambers. This 5-screw model also featured the round top frame with adjustable target sight, patridge front sight, case color hammer and trigger with silver medallion diamond checkered grips. The serial number matches on cylinder and barrel. The near mint grips are proper and fit perfectly but have a different number on right panel, often mixed at factory. It is numbered in the 4th Model M&P series. They are oft considered the finest .22 caliber double action revolvers ever built with fine hand finished actions and pre-War high polish blue finish. CONDITION: This gun has been fired as there is some light muzzle wear, a cylinder drag line, and a touch of high edge cylinder wear but still retains at least 98% plus original factory high polish blue finish. Grips are near mint. Action is slick as oil. Bore is clean and sharp. Someone altered the original sight blade which can easily be replaced simply by punching out the retaining pin and inserting the blade of your choice. Brilliant gun. 1,000 - 1,500 1661 - (C) FINE 2ND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1959). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 25513SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard 5-1/2” blue and case color revolver with two piece walnut grips made in 1959. CONDITION: Revolver has a near ghost drag line and a few very minor handling marks, mostly on grips, otherwise near new inside and out. Colors are bright. A really nice early 2nd generation. 1,200 - 1,600 1662 - (M) BOXED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. S42694A Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This is a crisp new Colt Single Action Army in original blue box with white outer box. Standard revolver with blue and case colored finish, and Colt black eagle grips. CONDITION: New, never fired, with all original paperwork. Hang tag never cleaned of original grease. 1,500 - 2,000 1663 - (A) ENGRAVED MERWIN & HULBERT THIRD MODEL .44-40 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Merwin And Hulbert Model: Frontier Third Model Serial No. 1033 Caliber/Bore: .44-40 M&H Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique This is a third model, closed top, solid hammer, single action .44-40 M&H revolver that was masterfully hand engraved in classic scroll rather than the usual punch-dot style. It would be considered C style 2/3 engraving and it is fitted with a pair of scrimshaw style decoration on the faux ivory grips. The entire gun was restored in a rich blue finish. Has all matching numbers. CONDITION: The delicate small legends on top of barrel are basically readable but thinning in spots. Action is as smooth as butter and locks up tight. The bore exhibits strong and sharp rifling with a bit of corrosion. The gun retains virtually all of the custom reapplied blue finish. Sharp and fancy cowboy gun. 1,500 - 2,500

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1664 - (M) NICKEL PLATED COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1980). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. VA7371 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Modern The Python will go down in history as one of the all-time great classic revolvers. Like all Pythons, if features the full vent rib, full barrel lug, factory nickel finish, adjustable rear target sight, wide spur hammer, serrated trigger, six shot fluted cylinder, double action, and checkered gold medallion walnut grips. The Python gained its newest audience by its appearance in the hit series “The Walking Dead” in which one of the main characters uses a nickel Python. CONDITION: Cylinder shows burn and a light drag line. A few typical handling marks always found on nickel plated guns but is overall in near mint condition. Fine bore and action. 2,000 - 3,000 1665 - (M) BEN SHOSTLE ENGRAVED COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVER WITH PEARLS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. N14475 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Ben passed away in 2006, and was known for his unique style of master engraving with a black matte finish to highlight his engraving. This gun has a 4” barrel with vent rib and solid lug with round butt real mother of pearl grips. The deep relief hand chiseled engraving covers nearly the entire metal surface in typical Shostle style. CONDITION: Gun appears unfired since custom engraved and nickel finished. 2,000 - 3,000 1666 - (M) UNFIRED & BOXED NICKEL COLT DIAMONDBACK DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1981). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Diamondback Serial No. P32015 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1981, this is an unfired nickel .38 Special Colt Diamondback with a 6” barrel and all other standard features. CONDITION: There is a ghost drag line and maybe a handling or storage mark but as close to new as you will find. The checkered walnut gold medallion grips are near mint as well. The original box has matching end label with original yellow hang tag, all paperwork including Colt letter. Box shows wear. 2,000 - 3,000 1667 - (M) COLT 2ND GENERATION BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1971). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 59448SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Modern A total of 3,994 blue .45 Buntline Colts were manufactured from 1957 to 1974. A pair of two piece stag grips have been added otherwise it is all original with blue and case color finish, marked barrel, six shot, fluted cylinder, and single action. CONDITION: Aside from some light muzzle wear, a light drag line, and a couple of minor handling marks, gun is near new inside and out. Mirror bore. 2,000 - 2,500

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1668 - (C) COLT BISLEY SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1902). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Bisley Serial No. 232245 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Sharp nickel Bisley Colt. The entire revolver has been plated. It looks sharp but they polished off the barrel markings but we checked the caliber. The grips are recent manufacture. CONDITION: The frame legends are sharp. Has all four Colt clicks and locks up like a vault. Bore is clean and sharp. Would make a great cowboy action gun. If one was to have the barrel legends restamped, it would be a really sharp looking shooter. 1,500 - 2,000

1669 - (M) NEAR MINT BRIGHT STAINLESS COLT ANACONDA REVOLVER WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Anaconda Serial No. MM22167 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Beautiful 6” bright stainless Anaconda in .44 Magnum with usual barrel markings, vent rib, and magna-ported barrel. Two piece hard rubber grips. Also included is another set of two piece hard rubber Colt Medallion grips. Housed in a blue Colt hard plastic case. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Appears to be near mint and test fired only with no discernible drag line and no cylinder burn present. Spare grips are near mint. Case is excellent with only minor rubs. 1,400 - 2,200

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1670 - (M) LOT OF 2: FINE COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Trooper (B) Officers Model Serial No. (A) 68483 (B) 5071 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 7/8” (B) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) 1st Series Colt Trooper .357 serial number series with 4” barrel in caliber .357 magnum. This revolver was introduced in 1954 and made until the introduction of the Mk III in 1969. This example was made in 1968 and featured factory blue finish, six shot, fluted cylinder, target sights and checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: There is a light drag line and a hint of muzzle wear. Full 95% original factory finish. Fine bore and action. (B) This is a fine condition, top of the line, Colt Officers Model Target. They are often referred to as the Flat Top Target Model. Hand fitted actions with factory blue finish, six shot, fluted cylinder, target sights, flat top frame, checkered backstrap, and checkered walnut grips. This gun was made in 1930, first year of production. CONDITION: Other than a slight drag line, this fine gun retains 98%+ original factory blue. Like new bore and action. This was the finest .22 target revolver made up until that time. 1,200 - 1,800

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1671 - (M) BOXED COLT DETECTIVE “PONY” DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Detective Special Serial No. P51993 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Offered is a scarce example with full nickel finish with exception of the blued six shot fluted cylinder or so called “Pony” finsh. Also comes with Colt medallion factory rubber grips. CONDITION: Appears un-fired with no noticeable drag line. The box matches gun but no end label, instead all writing is in black marker. 1,000 - 1,400

1672 - (M) LOT OF 2: COLT .22 CALIBER REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: (A) Peacemaker (B) Scout Serial No. (A) G80699 (B) 4373Q Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Colt Peacemaker .22 six shot single action revolver. Finished in blue with satin grey frame. Revolver has been engraved in approximately 2/3 coverage handsomely done in scroll pattern and fitted with real stag grips. CONDITION: Legends are sharp. Near new inside and out with hint of muzzle wear. Mirror bore. Made in 1973. (B) Colt Frontier Scout six shot, single action revolver. Manufactured in 1957, the first year offered in this model which features the alloy frame, blue steel barrel and cylinder, and black plastic grips. CONDITION: Fine bore and action. Near new condition with just minor handling marks. 1,000 - 1,800

1673 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE NAGANT TYPE EUROPEAN REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (A) Lebel (B) Italian (C) Austrian Model: (A) 1892 (B) Bodeleo (C) Rast & Gasser Serial No. (A) 46448 (B) A272 (C) 37774 Caliber/Bore: (A) 8mm (B) 10.4 (C) 8mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 1/2” (C) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) French Model 1892 St. Etienne, Made in 1894. Matte factory blue finish, double action, six shot, walnut grips with lanyard ring. CONDITION: Indexes correctly and has a fine bore. Gun retains about 85% original finish blending with smooth patina. Comes with holster. (B) Brescia 1917 with octagon barrel, folding trigger, six shot, blue finish, checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring. CONDITION: The barrel and frame retain about 50% factory matte blue with balance drifting to patina. Cylinder is basically brown patina. Fine bore and action. (C) Rast & Gasser eight shot double action revolver made in Vienna. Matching numbers. Blue finish with checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring. CONDITION: 75% original blue starting to drift. Fine action and bore is sharp with some residue. 1,000 - 1,500

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1674 - (M) SMITH & WESSON PERFORMANCE CENTER 29-8 “AMERICAN PRIDE” DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH ATTRACTIVELY LOW SERIAL NUMBER. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 29-8 Serial No. JCS0002 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This revolver is one of the 200 made in 2005 for Jerry Sports and is serial number 2. Standard configuration for the Performance Center “AMERICAN PRIDE” 29-8 featuring high visibility fiber optic front sight, barrel drilled and tapped for optic, adjustable white outline rear sight, unfluted cylinder, tapered lug. Silver medallion hardwood grips marked “AMERICAN PRIDE” on butt in circle around Smith & Wesson logo. Left side of frame stamped with Performance Center logo. Gun still has what appears to be original hang tag attached. Comes in soft Performance Center marked case. CONDITION: Gun is very fine, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Manual mechanics work correctly. Fine action and bore. Soft case is fine. EW 800 - 1,200

1675 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH AND WESSON 629 REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (BOTH) 629 Serial No. (A) 24152B18 (B) BPZ8263 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 8 -3/8” (B) 6” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) N-frame Model 629 with 8 - 3/8 inch barrel, pinned and recessed barrel and cylinder with Pachmyer Gripper rubber grips. CONDITION: Good with surface scratches at front of frame and micro scratches on barrel. Bore and mechanics are excellent. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 629-4 with 6 inch barrel. N-Frame with Pachmayr gripper grips. CONDITION: Good with surface corrosion that will clean off on top strap and rib or barrel. Bore and mechanics are excellent. 800 - 1,200

1676 - (M) COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO: THREE SCREW RUGER REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (A) Blackhawk (B) Bearcat Serial No. (A) 30-16161 (B) 90-01234 Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Three screw Ruger Blackhawk manufactured 1969. Blue finish and stag grips. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent with very slight loss of blue at muzzle from carry. Action is crisp and mechanics are fine. Grips are very good with Ruger monograms. (B) Three screw Ruger Bearcat with factory box and outer sleeve. Manufactured 1970. Blue finish with walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine to near new with little no indication of use. Box and outer sleeve are properly numbered. Paperwork inside of box is contemporary. 800 - 1,250

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1677 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith And Wesson Model: 27-2 Serial No. N421050 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1977-78, three screw, pinned barrel, recessed chamber, target sights with patridge front, case color target hammer and trigger, blue finish with checkered rosewood target grips in original mahogany case with nice lining and tools. CONDITION:Light drag line and a couple of minor handling marks on a lightly used gun. Fine bore and action. 700 - 1,200 1678 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON M627-5 PERFFORMANCE CENTER REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: M627-5 Serial No. DCC3596 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern Smith & Wesson M627-5 .357 magnum. This is a 8 shot, non-fluted cylinder, brushed stainless steel revolver is from Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center. The gun has wood molded grips with an oil finish. Adjustable sights. The action is a single/double action. Includes factory plastic case and accessories. CONDITION: Excellent as new, with extremely faint cylinder drag line between 3 cylinders. 700 - 1,200 1679 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 686-6 REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 686-6 Serial No. CZC6439 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Smith & Wesson Model 686 PC. This is a 7 shot, non-fluted cylinder, brushed stainless steel revolver is from Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center. The gun has wood molded grips with an oil finish. Adjustable sights. The action is a single/double action. Includes factory plastic case and accessories. CONDITION: Excellent as new, with extremely faint cylinder drag line. JTH 700 - 1,200 1680 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 629-6 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 629-6 Serial No. DDC5508 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 2 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern Smith & Wesson Model 629-6. This is a 6 shot, non-fluted cylinder, brushed stainless steel revolver is from Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center. The gun has wood molded grips with an oil finish. Adjustable sights. The action is a single/double action. Includes factory plastic case and accessories. CONDITION: Excellent, show evidence of being fired in three cylinders and has a faint cylinder drag line. JTH 700 - 1,200

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1681 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON 10-7, 2 INCH, & COLT LAWMAN, 2 INCH, .357 MAGNUM, WITH BOX Manufacturer: (A) Smith And Wesson (B) Colt Model: (A) 10-7 (B) Lawman MK III Serial No. (A) 5D39922 (B) 95478J Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 S&W Special (B) .357 Mag Barrel Length: (A) 2” (B) 2 - 1/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson Model 10 M&P with 2” blue barrel, .38 Special, blue finish with laminated finger groove combat grips. CONDITION: Near new with little to no actual use. Bore is bright and action crisp. Grips are equally fine. (B) Colt Lawman. J-Frame Colt .357 Mag with shrouded 2 - 1/8 inch barrel and semi-round butt design. Blue finish with checkered walnut grips with factory medallions. With box and paperwork. CONDITION: Gun is as new with trace of cylinder line and evidence of light use. 98% blue finish remains, grips are excellent action is crisp. Box is tattered and missing ends closures. 750 - 1,000 1682 - (C+M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 17-2 (B) 19-3 Serial No. (A) K631832 (B) K45046 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 6” (B) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) K frame Model 17-2 Masterpiece revolver with pinned barrel, full blue, and diamond checkered two piece walnut grips. Complete with two piece (possibly a replacement) blue box numbered to gun, with tools and paperwork. CONDITION: Near mint. Slight muzzle wear and scratches on barrel, some thinning on cylinder blue. Near mint grips and bore. (B) Model 19-3 revolver with pinned barrel, two piece checkered walnut grips, and full blue finish. CONDITION: Near new overall; near mint grips and bore. 900 - 1,500 1683 - (M) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF SMITH & WESSON CHIEF SPECIAL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Smith And Wesson Model: (A) 36 (B) 36-1 Serial No. (A) 202175 (B) J530225 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .38 S&W Special Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 3” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of two Chief Specials, both have 3” pinned barrels, three screw, five shot, double action with custom grips. Both are built on the round butt J-frame. (A) is a Model 36 with flat latch while (B) is a 36-1. CONDITION: Both guns have been expertly restored in high polish blue finish with fire blue small parts. Both have strong bores and fine actions. Both remain in near mint condition as expertly custom finished. All legends are sharp. A handsome custom pair of Smiths. 600 - 1,000 1684 - (C) COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL REVOLVER. (1961) Manufacturer: Colt Model: Detective Special Serial No. 756414 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard blue six shot double action Colt with silver medallion checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Revolver has few storage marks on cylinder and a few scattered age freckles on frame, solid 98%. Near mint grips, bore and action. Comes with period correct two piece box but numbered to another gun and label has nickel finish sticker. 600 - 1,000

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1685 - (C) PRE-WAR BOXED COLT POLICE POSITIVE .32-20 REVOLVER Manufacturer: Colt Model: Police Positive Serial No. 265618 Caliber/Bore: .32-20 WCF Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Made in 1921 with blue finish, six shot, .32-20 caliber with Colt monogrammed black rubber grips. It comes in its original numbered Colt box and proper end label. CONDITION: This gun has a few freckles and is still a bit sticky looking as if it has been fired very little if at all. 99.9% original Colt factory blue finish with near mint grips, a fine bore and action. 600 - 900 1686 - (M) FINE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD GENERATION REVOLVER WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S09633A Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1994, this six shot smokeless framed gun with 5 - 1/2” blued barrel. Case hardened frame. Checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo near frame and American Eagle near butt. Housed in its original blue box with blue felt interior with white outer box present, matching end label. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains nearly all original finish with some very minor case color thinning on left side of frame, though all still present. Box is excellent with only very minor rubs to outer box. 600 - 1,100 1687 - (C) BOXED EASTERN ARMS CO. TOP BREAK DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Eastern Arms Co. Model: Top Break Serial No. 285305 Caliber/Bore: .38 CF Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Similar to the turn of the century Smith & Wesson top break pocket revolvers. Features five shot, double action, factory nickel finish, blued trigger guard, case colored hammer, and black gutta percha grips. CONDITION: Retains approximately 98% original finish with some light handling marks. Cylinder shows light drag line. Nice case colors on hammer. Grips are very good to excellent; left panel has a crack. Indexes and lines up correctly. Sharp rifling with powder residue. Comes in its original blue box with proper end label and cleaning brush (probably not original). Box is complete with the exception of one apron; corners are split. 200 - 400 1688 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 37 CHIEFS SPECIAL AIRWEIGHT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 37 Chiefs Special Airweight Serial No. 22J952 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Modern This model was introduced in 1951 and was not discontinued until 2005. It is a five shot double action built on the J alloy frame, three screw, pinned barrel, blue finish with case color hammer and trigger. Original wood grips have been re-placed with rubber. CONDITION: Aside from light drag line, gun remains in near new condition. 300 - 500

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1689 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON AIR LITE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 340SC Serial No. CFU5300 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum S&W Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Modern Constructed complete of alloys, including cylinder and barrel. Features five shot double action, hammerless and rubber grips. Two toned appearance with darker matte grey cylinder. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with usual handling marks. Comes in small leatherette case with outer shipping box. We can only imagine the recoil of a full .357 Magnum in a gun that weighs nearly nothing. 300 - 500 1690 - (C) SMITH & WESSON SAFETY HAMMERLESS. 38 BICYCLE REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Smith And Wesson Model: Top Break DA Serial No. 255817 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is the desirable 2” barrel so called bicycle model, so named, as bikes were a relatively new mode of transportation at the time and light handy pocket pistols were easy to carry without a holster. Much of the country was still rural and a handy self defense weapon was still widely carried. This example features the five shot .38, nickel finish with fire blue smalls and custom made walnut finger groove grips. CONDITION: Restored to as new condition and fitting it with some of the most comfortable shooting grips. Locks up tight as new. It has a fine bore as well. 300 - 500 1691 - (C) SMITH & WESSON 3RD MODEL PERFECTED SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Manufacturer: S&W Model: Perfected Serial No. 10191 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 10” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made from 1909-23. Blue finish, single shot, target sights with checkered walnut stocks. Matching numbers on frame, latch, and barrel. CONDITION: Remaining factory blue is at about 85% with most wear down left side of barrel. Strong bore and locks up tight. Nice colors on hammer. Grips are excellent. Comes with an extra 10” barrel with nice bore and about 85% as well. Nice pistol. 1,000 - 1,500 1692 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER AND COLT DERINGER. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1861 Navy (B) Derringer Serial No. (A) 154734 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 (B) .41 Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) 1851 Colt Navy standard civilian revolver with octagon barrel. Has matching numbers with exception of loading lever. CONDITION: The Naval Battle scene on cylinder remains at approximately 50% and there is no original finish on any of the metal with exception of untouched brass trigger guard and backstrap. Varnished one piece walnut grips are excellent. All legends are sharp. Indexes and locks up tight. Rifling is sharp but lands are peppery. (B) Colt 3rd Model Deringer. CONDITION: Has been replated in a matte gold finish and grips are replacements. Bore is poor. Gun is in working condition. Accompanied by a full box and a partial of Navy Arms .41 short rimfire cartridges. 1,000 - 1,200

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1693 - (M) COLT 1911 SERIES 70 GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1983). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Gold Cup National Match Serial No. 28294N70 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern The Gold Cup National Match is the Cadillac of the Colt semi-automatic lineup. Features the Elliason target rear sight, flat top slide, polished factory blue sides, serrated flat mainspring housing, serrated grip strap, lightweight adjustable trigger, gold medallion checkered walnut grips. Barrel is stamped “NM”. Magazine not marked “National Match”. CONDITION: Near new outside, retaining 99.9% factory finish. Previous owner had competition internal work performed, no visible outside changes. Fine bore and action. Includes a pair of Pachmayr grips, Pachmayr extended slide stop, Wilson combat stainless magazine with bumper, and instruction booklet. 1,200 - 1,800

1694 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Army Serial No. 304856 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Typical Colt World War I Model 1911 Army model made in 1918. All period parts with the exception of a latter non factory magazine. All proper factory legends. Features US PROPERTY stamp on left side of frame with Eagle head inspector stamp, diamond checkered grips, MODEL OF 1911 US ARMY on right side of slide, intertwined HP stamped barrel, long smooth trigger, U-notch rear sight with beveled edge, checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety with flat main-spring housing and lanyard. CONDITION: Gun has had some wiped on finish and is now a dull dark gun metal color with sharp legends. Very good grips with wear. Strong rifled barrel with frosted grooves. 1,200 - 1,800

1695 - (C) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA 92 COMPACT L AND A NIGHTHAWK CONVERTED BROWNING HI POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Beretta (B) Browning Model: (A) 92FS Compact (B) Night Hawk High Power Serial No. (A) J75841Z (B) NHCB160583 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Parabellum (B) 9mm Luger Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Standard Beretta 92 Compact L with three dot white combat sights, ambidextrous manual safety with decocker. No accessory rail, serrated front and backstraps. Beretta polymer grips. Comes with case and slipcover correctly numbered to gun with extra magazine. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with a few marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Case and slipcover have normal handling wear. (B) Nighthawk modified Browning Hi Power with Heinie rear sight, 14 karat gold front sight, textured rib, front and backstraps, crowned barrel, serrated magazine release, replaced hammer, sear lever and trigger, finished in Cera Kote black with black custom VZ 10 Nighthawk logoed grips. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of Nighthawk refinish with a few minor marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 1,500 - 2,000 210

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1696 - (M) LOT OF THREE: ONE COLT COMBAT COMMANDER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL AND TWO BOXED RUGER SR1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B&C) Ruger Model: (A) Combat Commander (B&C)SR1911 Serial No. (A) 70BS9057 (B) 673-12447 (C) 673-12561 Caliber/Bore: (All) 9mm Barrel Length: (All) 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern (A) Colt Combat Commander, manufactured 1972. Blued finish, standard combat sights, commander hammer, Pachmayr grips. CONDITION: Good used condition, with some scratches and rubs from handling and operation. Vast majority of finish remains. Operates properly, shiny bore. (B) Ruger SR1911 with blued frame and stainless slide, three dot Novak sights, aluminum frame, lightened commander hammer. Comes with box with associated paperwork and extra magazine. CONDITION: Very fine condition, retaining the vast majority of its original finish. Operates properly with shiny bore. (C) Ruger SR1911 with blued frame and stainless slide, three dot combat Novak sights, aluminum frame, lightened commander hammer. Comes with box with associated paperwork and extra magazine. CONDITION: Very fine condition, retaining the vast majority of finish. Operates properly, bright and shiny bore. 1,500 - 2,500 1697 - (C) LOT OF 2: US ARMY COLT MODEL 1911 & 1911A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1911 (B) 1911A1 Serial No. (A) 169042 (B) 868567 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of two Colt US Army pistols. (A) Agusta Arsenal World War II rebuild of a 1917 era US Army 1911. Parkerized 1911 frame and slide. Barrel and serrated takedown lever are blued. Some minor pitting under finish. Diamond checkered wood grips appear to be later manufacture. U.S. property stamp on left side of frame is faint. Barrel is stamped “SF”. Complete with lanyard loop and leather holster marked “Graton & Knight Co.”. CONDITION: Parkerized finish shows scattered handling marks. Grips show scattered handling marks. Bore is bright and retains good rifling throughout. (B) Model 1911-A1 made in 1943 with wiped on blue finish. GHD Guy Dewey inspector stamped. Keyes type plastic grips. Replaced post-War Colt barrel. Front sight has been partially painted with white paint. CONDITION: Finish shows wear overall with areas of thinning. Plastic grips show few handling marks. Mirror bore with good rifling throughout. 1,600 - 2,000 1698 - (C) BERGMANN 1910 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Bergman Model: 1910 Serial No. 9040 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Bergman Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 9mm Bergmann, 4” barrel. The pistol is marked “ANCIENS ETABLISSEMENTS PIEPER.-HERSTAL-LIEGE.-BERGMANN’S PATENT.” There are Belgian proof marks on the barrel and receiver and there is a Danish proof mark on the left receiver and a Danish inventory number of “2219” on the right receiver. CONDITION: Barrel with strong bore showing frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue, the loss due to very light muzzle and high point point wear. The firing pin retainer is showing some minor pinprick pitting and oxidation staining. The trigger, magazine release, hammer and safety are all slightly oxidized with age. The checkered walnut grips rate about very good with flattening of the points at the top circles and a few chipped points on the lower section and they are stamp-numbered to the gun on their interior. Overall a very nice example of a Danish military M1910 not later converted to an M1910-21 with matching grips and non-matching magazine. 1,600 - 2,250

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1699 - (C) MAUSER C96 LARGE RING SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL, VON LENGERKE & DETMOLD MARKED. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Large Ring Serial No. 31271 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x25 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard commercial large ring hamme Broomhandle C96. Marked on the left side of the frame “VON LENGERKE/ & DETMOLD/ NEW-YORK”. Hard rubber grips. All matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains 95% finish with slight wear on high points. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with good checkering. Original straw on the trigger. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 2,500 - 3,000 1700 - (C) NAVY MARKED MAUSER LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P-08 Serial No. 2452l 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 “1939” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun, including one numbered magazine. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 95% of the original applied blue finish, with just a hint of high edge wear and holster wear. Matching numbered checkered wood grips with sharp checkering and one small chip under the safety lever. Fair bore with just a bit of frosting. Front grip strap is marked “O.3145”. This is the unit mark for Keiegsmarine OST Fleet (Baltic). The unit mark is an original Navy mark. Extremely rare and hard to find gun in very high condition. A centerpiece for any Navy collection. 2,500 - 3,500 1701 - (C) EARLY WAR TIME POLISH SLOTTED RADOM P-35 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Radom Model: P-35 Serial No. D4184 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Early war high polish Eagle WaA77 inspected slotted Polish Radom with single line F.B. Radom slide legend on left side. Black plastic checkered grips with FB marking. Complete with white stitch brown leather holster marked “bnz1944” and “P35(D)” on interior of flap. Has been capture marked in ink “Sgt. Michelson”. CONDITION: Very good with over 80% of the bright high polish blue remaining. Crisp clear markings. Matching numbers found on frame, slide, and barrel. Grips are very good with high point wear with no crack or undo distress. These early slotted Radoms are very uncommon in a non-refurbished state and this all matching example is far above average. The spare magazine and holster are very good with solid stitching and supple leather. 2,000 - 4,000 1702 - (M) BEN SHOSTLE ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1911 MK IV .38 SUPER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 MK IV Serial No. CSC081 Caliber/Bore: .38 Super Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern This series 80 .38 Super started life as a standard stainless steel semi-automatic that was engraved by Ben Shostle in his typical style with the deep cut antique background scroll. Gun features approximately 2/3 coverage on frame and slide and was then fitted with a pair of smooth ivory grips. The left side of slide is factory stamped Super Commander. CONDITION: Near new condition inside and out with couple of small minor handling marks. A lovely pocket size .38 Super Colt with distinctive engraving that elevates it to an art form. 2,000 - 3,000 212

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1703 - (M) COLT 1911 EL CABO SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN BOX (1999). Manufacturer: Colt Model: El Cabo Serial No. ELCABO265 Caliber/Bore: .38 Super Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Three dot white combat sights, bright stainless finish, jewelled hammer, safety, slide release, and trigger, serrated magazine release, flat mainspring housing, black pearl silver medallion grips. Left side of slide marked “El Cabo”, right side with “Government Model”. Comes in blue Colt box with associated paperwork and slipcover. CONDITION: Very fine, still retaining the vast majority of factory finish with a few light marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Has what appears to be its original hangtag. 2,000 - 3,000 1704 - (M) BOXED COLT GOVERNMENT SERIES 70 ENGRAVED 1911-A1. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Government Model Series 7 Serial No. DRE0193 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern This is a standard Model 1911-A1 .45, stainless steel with hand engraved deep relief slide with gold background, scroll pattern. Pistol features faux ivory with gold scrimshaw style carving with gold screws and front sight blade. Comes in a modern lined canvas carry case. CONDITION: Has a couple of handling marks but basically as new in original blue box with paperwork and white cover box. 1,500 - 2,000 1705 - (M) CASED COLT MODEL 1911 GOLD CUP NRA CENTENNIAL .45 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Gold Cup 1911 Serial No. 702NRA Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1971 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the NRA. The gun itself is a Colt Gold Cup National Match serial number 702 NRA. It features special gold medallion inset on checkered walnut grips. Left side of slide is stamped “1871 NRA Centennial 1971- The first 100 Years of Service” The finish is Colt high polish royal blue. All other features are standard Gold Cup with adjustable trigger, flat mainspring housing, adjustable target rear sight. CONDITION: Gun appears unfired and is housed in its original Colt walnut display case. 2478 of these special guns were made in 1971 only. 1,500 - 2,000 1706 - (M) LOT OF TWO: DAN WESSON VALOR V-BOB .45 ACP AND A KIMBER ECLIPSE CUSTOM II 10MM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Dan Wesson (B) Kimber Model: (A) Valor V-Bob (B) Eclipse Custom II Serial No. (A) V2802CZ (B) KF21787 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) 10mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 5” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Dan Wesson Valor V-Bob 1911 with Trijicon tritium sights in “straight 8” configuration, solid curved trigger, skeletonized hammer, left side only controls, solid curved trigger with overtravel adjustment, bobtail cut with checkered mainspring housing, checkered front strap. Slimline G10 grips, matte finish. Comes with one Checkmate branded magazine. Comes with Dan Wesson black plastic case with paperwork, accessories. CONDITION: Gun is in very fine condition, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Kimber Eclipse Custom II, tritium Meprolight MH3 sights, skeletonized hammer, left side only controls, lightened curved trigger, checkered front strap and mainspring housing. Comes with Kimber 10mm magazine, Kimber carry case with associated paperwork and tools. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining virtually all of its factory finish with some marks from operation and use, operates correctly with a fine bore. 1,500 - 2,000

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1707 - (C) LOT OF TWO: STEYR AND CZ SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Steyr (B) CZ Model: (A) Mannlicher 1905 (B) 38 Serial No. (A) 5550 (B) 251683 Caliber/Bore: (A) 7.63 Mannlicher (B) .380 Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Argentine contract Steyr Model 1905 chambered for 7.63 Mannlicher cartridge. Blue finish with serrated walnut grips. Marked ‘SYSTEM MANNLICHER MD.1905 WAFFENFABRIK STEYR” on left side. Matching serial numbers found on frame barrel and slide. Argentine crest has been removed as most are. CONDITION: Very good as refinished in Argentina. Grips are excellent with no chips. Bore is dirty but will clean. Action operates properly. (B) CZ Model 38. Dated 39 with Czech proof on right side. Chambered for .380 cartridge. Unique double action design with slim grip frame. Blue finish with Bakelite grips with CZ legend in center. CONDITION: Good with over 60% fading blue finish remaining. Bore is very good and operation is smooth. 1,200 - 1,600 1708 - (M) LOT OF THREE: BERETTA SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Beretta Model: (A) 92 FS (B) 8040 (C) 84F Serial No. (A) E92299Z (B) 016749MC (C) D98857Y Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm (B) .40 (C) .380 Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 1/2” (C) 3 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Beretta Model 92 FS Centurion with 4 15 round magazines, box, cleaning tools, holster, and shooters bag. CONDITION: As new with no indication of use. (B) Beretta Model 8040 Centurion with 2 magazines. Bruniton finish, three dot sights and factory plastic grips. CONDITION. As new with no indication of use. (C) Beretta Model 84. 13 round magazine, Pachmayer rubber wrap around grips. Magazine pouch for spare magazine. CONDITION: Very fine with little or no actual use being evident. 1,200 - 1,600 1709 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Hafdasa (C) Llama Model: (A) Government (B) Ballester Mollina (C) FXD Serial No. (A) 70B36838 (B) 61274 (C) B16775 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 (B) .45 (C) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 5” (C) 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Series 70 Colt. Standard blue commercial model that someone has added MMC front and rear sights and real stag grips. Solid 95-97% gun with fine bore, action and one original .45 magazine. Made in 1982. (B) Ballister Molina Argentina 11.25mm. Copy of 1911-A1 that has been refinished in matte gray. CONDITION: Some thinning of factory legends. Mounted with grooved hardwood grips. 98% of refinish intact. (C)Llama 9MM. Spanish made copy of Colt Commander. Blue finish with walnut grips. Matted rib and target rear sight. CONDITION: 95% original blue. Fine bore and action. Lot comes with two extra Llama magazines and two Colt 1911 type magazines. Also has two holster, a web belt and a pair of World War II type plastic replacement grips for Colt 1911. 1,200 - 1,700 1710 - (C) GERMAN OCCUPATION MANUFACTURED P-35 RADOM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: F.B. Radom Model: P-35 Radom Serial No. R9981 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Phosphate finished triple latch Polish Radom Pistol. Eagle 77 Proofed and designated the P-35 9mm pistol with white stitch black leather holster and spare magazine. CONDITION: Good with over 80% of the arsenal phosphate finish remaining and thinning in areas. Excellent bore and mechanics. Single line legend on slide is fully legible. Presses wood grips with brown paint finish and “VIS” marking in center are very good with slightly worn checkering. Holster is excellent with strong stitching and supple leather. Spare magazine is very good. 1,000 - 2,000 214

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1711 - (M) GLOCK 17 GEN 4 MOS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL CUSTOMIZED BY ROBAR GUNS WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Glock Model: 17 Serial No. BCPX077 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Glock 17 Gen 4 with MOS plate mounted with a Trijicon RM02 red dot sight and high profile Trijicon night sights for cowitness. Slide has been refinished in NP3 and machined to have forward cocking serrations. ROBAR logo also added on both sides. Frame has had trigger guard dehorned and undercut added. Glock dual spring recoil system. Internal parts also appear to have been refinished with some of the finish starting to flake. Comes in a green Pelican case with associated paperwork, interchangeable Gen 4 backstraps, three extra magazines, and magazine loader. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining virtually all of its refinish. Some internal parts are starting to flake. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Case is excellent. 1,000 - 1,500 1712 - (M) GLOCK 17 GEN 4 MOS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL CUSTOMIZED BY ROBAR GUNS WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Glock Model: 17 Serial No. BCPX076 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Glock 17 Gen 4 with MOS plate mounted with a Trijicon RM02 red dot sight and high profile Trijicon night sights for cowitness. Slide has been refinished in NP3 and machined to have forward cocking serrations. ROBAR logo also added on both sides. Frame has had trigger guard dehorned and undercut added. Glock dual spring recoil system. Internal parts also refinished. Comes in a green Pelican case with associated paperwork, interchangeable Gen 4 backstraps, three extra magazines, and magazine loader. Case labelled “1AC001003”. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining virtually all of its refinish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Case is excellent. 1,000 - 1,500 1713 - (M) LOT OF FOUR: FOUR WALTHER P22 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (All) Walther Model: (All) P22 Serial No. (A) Z107391 (B) Z107386 (C) WA022167 (D) WA025120 Caliber/Bore: (All) .22LR Barrel Length: (All) 3 - 1/2 FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of four Walther Model P-22 pistols. Three black polymer framed with 3 dot adjustable sights and adjustable backstraps with instruction manuals and factory numbers matching boxes. The fourth P-22 is the same with the addition of a factory installed laser sight beneath the barrel. CONDITION: All four pistols are as new in factory boxes and appear to be unfired. These guns are new old stock and have been handled but show little to no use or wear. 1,000 - 1,500 1714 - (M) LOT OF FOUR: FOUR WALTHER PPS LEM2 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (All) Walther Model: (All) PPS LEM2 Serial No. (A) AQ9508 (B) AQ9499 (C) AQ9504 (D) AQ9501 Caliber/Bore: (All) 9mm Luger Barrel Length: (All) 3 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of four Walther Model PPS compact, polymer framed personal carry pistols. These pistols are all the same with black finish, 3 dot sights and three magazines. Housed in the original factory boxes with instructions and safety locks. These compact pistols are chambered for the powerful 9mm cartridge and these are the Law Enforcement series with 3 magazines. CONDITION: Unfired. New old stock with no uses or distress evident. 1,000 - 1,500

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1715 - (M) LOT OF 2: BERETTA M9 & 92FS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) M9 (B) 92FS Serial No. (A) M9-5534 (B) BER312256Z Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Para Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) One of the Beretta M9 commemorative pistols produced to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the pistol. Standard configuration featuring lollipop sight, fixed front, wind adjustable rear, and decocker. Comes in a cardboard box with magazine pouch, belt, holster, reproduction military manual, and associated paperwork. CONDITION: Gun is in fine condition with a few marks from handling. Fine bore and action. Functional manual mechanics. (B) Standard configuration Beretta 92FS with decocker, fixed front sight, wind adjustable rear, three white dot combat sights, ambidextrous safety. Comes in a blue plastic Beretta branded case with an extra magazine. Magazines have the early white followers. CONDITION: Gun is in very fine condition retaining the vast majority of its finish with a few light handling marks. Fine bore and action, functional manual mechanics. EW 1,000 - 1,500 1716 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA 92FS SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS IN CASES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (BOTH) 92FS Serial No. (A) BER709800A (B) M9-201417 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Para Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Special offering of Beretta Model 92FS 9mm Pistol with Pelican hard case, three magazines, and gun lock. Pistol features Desert Tan epoxy finish with stainless barrel and wood grips. Stainless hammer and control levers and three dot sights. CONDITION: As factory new with no indication of use. (B) Beretta M9 pistol with three magazines and Pelican hard case. Pistol has US M-9 markings and is finished in Desert tan epoxy finish with blue finished barrel and control levers. Black plastic Beretta grips. CONDITION. As new and unfired condition with no indication of use or distress. 1,000 - 2,000 1717 - (C) ROTH-STEYR MODEL 1907 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Roth-Steyr Model: 1907 Serial No. 37988 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Roth-Steyr Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This semi-automatic pistol was issued to the Austro-Hungarian Cavalry during World War I. It was the first adoption of a semi-automatic service pistol of a major power. This pistol does not have a magazine and is loaded through the top through stripper clips. Base has a fixed lanyard loop. Features blued finish with serrated walnut two piece grips. This model is stamped “WAFFENFABRIK STEYR” on top of barrel. Has a blade front sight with notched rear. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 95% of its blued finish with light freckling on backstrap, some high edge wear, and razor sharp markings. Strong, clean bore. 800 - 1,200 1718 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 41 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 TARGET PISTOL Manufacturer: Smith And Wesson Model: 41 Serial No. A758246 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1984, this is a standard blued 7” Smith & Wesson target pistol. CONDITION: This example has a minor handling mark or two but you will have to search to find one. Near new inside and out with minty checkered target walnut grips. 800 - 1,200

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1719 - (C) WWII GERMAN WALTHER P-38 AC 43 PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Walther Model: P.38 Serial No. 1905d Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration. Eagle 359 inspected including magazine. ac 43 code on the left side of the slide. All matching numbers. Dark brown Bakelite left grip, black Bakelite right grip. Accompanied by a “dkk/ 44” black leather flap holster and spare magazine that is WaA135 inspected. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall with finish wear on high points. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Leather holster is solid with some light scuff marks and strong stitching. GR 800 - 1,200 1720 - (M) B&T P26 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH CASE. Manufacturer: B & T Model: P26 Serial No. US1620085 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Modern Full length upper rail, screw front sight, wind adjustable ghost ring rear, side rails at 3-6-9 o’clock positions, threaded barrel with tri-lug. Rear mounting points for a sling or other butt piece. Ambidextrous controls. Comes in a B&T branded case numbered to gun with manual, replacement rear sight, and sling. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 800 - 1,200 1721 - (M) BERETTA 92G COMPACT CARRY UPGRADED BY WILSON COMBAT WITH CASE AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Beretta Model: 92G Serial No. WC1422CC Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Beretta 92G upgraded by Wilson Combat with white dot front sight, Wilson U notch rear, decocker only, Wilson Combat skeletonized hammer, target crown recessed barrel, Wilson Combat trigger job, G10 Wilson Combat medallion grips, extended magazine release, beveled magazine well, checkered front and back straps, lanyard loop. Wilson combat logo on right side of slide, special WC serial number range. Has original hangtag. Comes in a Pelican hard case with four extra magazines, associated paperwork, and cable lock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining virtually all of its finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Case and accessories are fine. 800 - 1,200 1722 - (M) BROWNING HI-POWER 9MM PISTOL WITH CASE AND ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Hi-Power Serial No. 511ZT51062 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Modern Considered by many to be the finest semi-automatic pistol ever made. This example features the full blue finish, target rear sight, single action with checkered walnut stocks. CONDITION: Aside from a possible handling mark, gun is as new in original box with paperwork. 800 - 1,000

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1723 - (M) LOT OF THREE NEAR NEW QUALITY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS FROM GLOCK, WALTHER, AND KBI.. Manufacturer: (A) Glock (B) KBI (C) Walther Model: (A) 17 Gen 4 (B) PSP - 25 (C) P - 22 Serial No. (A) UZW731 (B) VA04637 (C) Z015792 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Parabellum (B) .25 (C) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 2” (C) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern (A) Glock 17, 9mm CONDITION: As new. Plastic case with instructions. (B) Mid size frame Walther P-22 Semi Automatic Pistol. CONDITION: As new, comes in carry case with three magazines. (C) KBI PSP-25, in .25 ACP, Browning patent/style. CONDITION: As new in box with two magazines 800 - 1,200 1724 - (C) LOT OF 2: WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER P.38 AND CZ MODEL 27 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS WITH HOLSTERS. Manufacturer: (A) Mauser (B) CZ Model: (A) P.38 (B) Model 27 Serial No. (A) 1216w (B) 313504 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm (B) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Lot consists of: (A) Mauser made byf code P.38 pistol dated “44”. Standard gun with the usual eagle/ 135 inspectors marks. Brown Bakelite grips. Proper “WaA135” inspected magazine. All matching numbers. Accompanied by a period brown leather shoulder holster. CONDITION: Retains 80% original finish overall with areas of light to moderate pitting. All markings are clear. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Grip screw is an incorrect replacement. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Not import marked. Fine mechanical function. Leather holster is in used but serviceable condition with strong stitching. (B) Czech Model 27, “fnh” manufacturers code. Nazi inspectors marks on the barrel, slide and frame. Brown Bakelite grips. Original magazine. Accompanied by a brown leather holster marked on the belt loop “jsd / 1942”. Marked in ink on the inside of the flap for a model “37”. CONDITION: Gun retains 95% original finish overall with light finish wear on high points. All markings are clear. Original straw colors on trigger, grip screw, hammer and ejector. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster is solid with scuff marks. Stitching is solid. Markings are clear. GR 800 - 1,000 1725 - (C) LOT OF THREE: COLLECTOR’S LOT OF THREE GERMAN PISTOLS, TWO MAUSERS AND ONE J.P SAUER. Manufacturer: (A) Mauser (B) Mauser (C) J.P. Shuer Model: (A) HSC (B) 1914 (C) H38 Serial No. (A) 818482 (B) 513188 (C) 285235 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) 7.65mm Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 3/8” (C) 3 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Mauser HSC. Caliber 7.65 with checkered walnut grips. Eagle “N” and eagle 135 proofed. Blue finish with matching numbers found on barrel slide and frame. CONDITION: Very good with excellent bore, good, slightly worn, grips and over 80% blue finish remaining. (B) Early Mauser Model 1914 with commercial plastic grips and lanyard ring. Caliber 7.65 with commercial finish crown U proofs. CONDITION: Very good with excellent bore. Grips have small chip at rear right. Over 90% blue finish remains. Action operates properly. (C) JP Sauer H-38 pistol with blue finish. Caliber 7.65. Eagle “N” proofs and eagle 37 inspection. Sauer & Sohn Bakelite grips. CONDITION: Fair as refinished. Bore is good with darkness in grooves. Action operates properly. Grips are excellent and very difficult to obtain. Without breakage. 800 - 1,200

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1726 - (M) BOXED HIGH STANDARD VICTOR MILITARY .22 TARGET SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: High Standard Model: The Victor Serial No. 2418625 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a 107 series military model Victor with vent rib, target sights, blue finish, and walnut grips. The Victor model was one of the top shelf .22 target pistols made by High Standard and finding an as new, maybe un-fired Victor in the Military 107 series in it’s original box is almost impossible. CONDITION: As new, possibly unfired. 750 - 1,250 1727 - (M) ACTION ARMS IMI UZI SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: IMI Arms Model: Uzi Pistol Serial No. UP 920206 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Manufacture date approximately 1989 as per hang tag copyright date. Standard configuration Uzi pistol imported by Action Arms featuring three dot white dot combat sights, front sight adjustable for elevation, rear adjustable for windage. Gun comes in blue plastic Action Arms branded case with a total of three 20 round magazines, three dummy barrels, sight adjustment tool, and associated manual. Gun still has hang tag, which is marked “65” and “Private Owned” for reasons unknown. CONDITION: Gun is very fine with only minor handling marks, probably from storage in case and occasional fondling. Excellent action and barrel. Functional manual mechanics, but they are quite stiff. Case and accessories are equally fine. EW 750 - 1,000 1728 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL BYF 43, WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P38 Serial No. 4223I Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration Mauser made byf 43 P38 pistol. Eagle 135 inspected, including the magazine in the gun. Brown Bakelite grips. Not import marked. All matching. Accompanied by a black leather flap holster marked “joa/ 1943/ eagle WaA706” between the brown belt loops and “P38”. Written inside the flap is “Herb./ Streckert”. Spare magazine is “88” inspected. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 90% finish overall. All markings are sharp and clear. Grips are fine with minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Holster has strong stitching with some light scuff marks and wear. GR 750 - 1,500 1729 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOXED BERETTA PX4 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS WITH EXTRA CASE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) Px4 Compact (B) Px4 Storm Serial No. (A) PX3253S (B) PY47731 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Para (B) .40 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/4” (B) 3 - 7/8” Lot consists of: (A) Beretta Px4 Compact F type with white three dot sights, ambi safety, ambi slide release, left side only magazine release. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Operates properly with a fine bore. Comes in a slipcase numbered to the gun, Beretta branded case with differently sized backstraps, magazine loader, cleaning kit, and paperwork. Case and slipcase are fine. (B) Beretta Px4 Storm Type F with three dot white combat sights, ambidextrous safety. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Operates correctly with a good bore. Comes in a slipcase numbered to the gun, Beretta branded case with differently sized backstraps, magazine loader, extra magazine, and paperwork. Slipcase with significant wear. Accompanying these two pistols is a Beretta branded soft modular case in fine condition. 600 - 800

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1730 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO BERETTA SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) 92 SB (B) Tomcat Serial No. (A) B66558Z (B) DAA245137 Caliber/Bore: (A) 9 Para (B) .32 Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 2 - 3/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Model 92 SB. The 92SB, initially called 92S-1, was specifically designed for the USAF trials, the model name officially adopted was the 92SB. Features added include a firing pin block (thus the addition of the “B” to the name), ambidextrous safety levers, three dot sights, and relocated the magazine release catch from the bottom of the grip to the lower bottom of the trigger guard. CONDITION: Solid 95% gun with minor high edge wear and holster wear. Hard to find model. (B) Beretta Tomcat .32 auto. The Beretta 3032 Tomcat is a semi-automatic pocket pistol designed and manufactured by Beretta, chambered in .32 ACP. It is a small pistol designed for concealed carry. The Beretta 3032 Tomcat builds on a long line of small and compact pocket pistols for self defense manufactured by Beretta. CONDITION: This one has been in a holster and has high edge wear. 700 - 1,100 1731 - (M) LOT OF 2: ONE BERETTA 92 CENTURION AND ONE BERETTA 96 CENTURION SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, BOTH CASED. Manufacturer: (Both) Beretta Model: (A) 92FS Centurion (B) Model 96 Centurion Serial No. (A) BER364317Z (B) BER049853M Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm (B) .40 S&W Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/4” (B) 4 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern (A) Beretta 92 FS Centurion, black finish, standard combat sights, ambidextrous safety with decocker. Comes in blue plastic Beretta branded case. CONDITION: Very fine with one significant mark on front grip strap, probably from a ring, and on barrel, probably from operation. Operates properly with a good bore. Case is fine. (B) Beretta 96 Centurion, black finish, standard combat sights, ambidextrous safety with decocker. Comes in blue plastic Beretta brand case with associated paperwork, Beretta slipcover numbered to gun, and extra magazine. CONDITION: Very fine with a few marks from use. Operates properly with a good bore. Case is fine, slipcase has significant wear. 600 - 800 1732 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO BERETTA SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, ONE M-9 AND ONE NANO, WITH CASES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) M9 (B) Nano 9 Serial No. (A) M9162528 (B) NU058273 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/4” (B) 3” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration Beretta M9 with dot and post sights, ambidextrous decocking safeties. Comes in a Beretta blue plastic case with outer sleeve correctly numbered to gun with extra magazine and associated paperwork. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with a few marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Nano Nine with removable front and rear three dot combat sights, black grips. Comes in a blue plastic Beretta case with outer sleeve correctly numbered to gun with extra 6 round magazine, associated paperwork, and lock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with a few marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 700 - 1,000

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1733 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA 92FS INOX AND PX4 STORM SUBCOMPACT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Beretta Model: (A) 92FS (B) PX4 Storm Serial No. (A) BER628970 (B) PZ46005 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Parabellum Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/4” (B) 3” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard Beretta 92 FS Inox with three dot red combat sights, ambidextrous safeties with decocker, Crimson Trace laser grips. Comes with case and slipcover correctly numbered to gun with extra magazine. CONDITION: Good used condition, retaining most of its finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Laser grips work. Case and slipcover with normal handling wear. (B) Standard Beretta Px4 Storm subcompact with three dot white combat sights, ambidextrous safeties with decocker, interchangeable backstraps. Comes with case and slipcover correctly numbered to gun. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining virtually all of its finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Case and slipcover with normal handling wear. 600 - 800 1734 - (M) LOT OF TWO: CALICO M-950 AND M-110 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS WITH ACCESSORIES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Calico Model: (A) M950 (B) M110 Serial No. (A) I003233 (B) G008649 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 6” FFL Status: Modern (A) Calico M-950 with ribbed forearm, fully adjustable front sight, rear sight mounted to magazine. Mounted with an Imatronic LS45 laser sight. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with some marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Calico M-110 with elevation adjustable front, rear sight attached to sheet metal rib. Calico M-100 magazine. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with some marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes with a sling, extra 9mm magazine and loose manual. 700 - 1,100 1735 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO PRE-WAR COLT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1903 (B) 1908 Serial No. (A) 262642 (B) 301665 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) .25 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/4” (B) 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) .25 caliber Model 1908. Standard blue finish, rubber grips. CONDITION: Retains about 60% original blue, having seen some time in a holster. (B) .32 caliber Model 1903. Standard blue finish, checkered wood grips on the .32. CONDITION: Retains most of a rough and dull re-blue. Both have original magazines. 600 - 800 1736 - (C) LOT OF TWO: CZ 75 COLD WAR COMMEMORATIVE AND CZ 75B SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) CZ Model: (A) 75 Cold War (B) 75B Serial No. (A) CCCP1539 (B) B468771 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Standard CZ Cold War Commemorative with added red lacquer filled hammer and sickle on frame, red star on slide, spur hammer, rounded trigger guard, three dot white combat sights, left side only safety, CZ plastic grip scales. Comes with a CZ black plastic case with extra magazine, accessories, paperwork. CONDITION: Fine, with some marks from operation and handling. Retains the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) CZ 75 in satin nickel. Three dot white combat sights, ring hammer, squared off trigger guard, ambidextrous safeties, checkered rubber CZ grip scales. CONDITION: Fine, with some marks from operation and handling. Retains the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 700 - 1,000

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1737 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SHOOTERS LOT OF FN-FNS40 COMBAT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (Both) FNH USA Model: (Both) FNS-40 Serial No. (A) GKU0058837 (B) GKU0059151 Caliber/Bore: (Both) .40 S&W Barrel Length: (Both) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of two FN-FNS40 pistols, chambered for the powerful .40 S&W cartridge, the FNS-40 is a Polymer framed internal striker fired pistol with safety trigger. Slotted frame for utility light or laser. Interchangeable back straps to fit the gun to the individual shooters hand. Guns come with three 14 round factory magazines, three dot low profile combat sights and plastic storage/carry cases. Included is factory instructions and safety locking device. CONDITION: These are as new and possibly unfired, show no use, distress or handling. 600 - 1,000 1738 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO FNH FNS-9 COMPACT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS IN CASES. Manufacturer: (Both) FNH USA Model: (Both) FNS-9 Compact Serial No. (A) CSU0034470 (B) CSU0034474 Caliber/Bore: (Both) 9mm Luger Barrel Length: (Both) 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Three dot white combat sights, ambidextrous magazine and slide release, checkered grip with modular backstrap. Comes in FN case numbered to gun with two extra magazines, associated paperwork, extra backstrap. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Still has the FN magnet attached to slide. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Three dot white combat sights, striker fire, short tactical rail, ambidextrous magazine and slide release, checkered grip with modular backstrap. Comes in FN case numbered to gun with two extra magazines, associated paperwork, extra backstrap. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Still has the FN magnet attached to slide. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 600 - 1,000 1739 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING HIGH POWER 9MM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Browning Model: High Power Serial No. 73C70689 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in 1973 and produced in Belgium by Fabrique National for Browning Arms Morgan Utah. 9mm with 13 round magazine capacity. Blue finish with checkered walnut grips and factory adjustable grips. Has one factory magazine and one aftermarket magazine. The High Power is considered one of the finest automatics ever produced. Still in production today and copies are made all over the world. CONDITION: Very good with over 97% factory applied blue finish remaining. The losses are confined to the high pints and edges of slide and muzzle. Very slight thinning of finish at front strap. The action is crisp and functions properly as the bore is bright with sharp rifling. 500 - 750 1740 - (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 - 800 222

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1741 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911/A1 .22 CONVERSION PRE-WAR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Conversion Serial No. 52985 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic A US Army frame was used and all government marks were polished off. An early .22 slide was installed with adjustable rear sight and a .22 magazine installed (not marked Ace). It is fitted with World War II style plastic grips. CONDITION: Rear sight screw is missing. All remaining markings are sharp. Rifling is thin. There is basically no finish on this gun and would be a good candidate for reblue. 500 - 700 1742 - (C) DWM 1920 ALPHABET COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: D.W.M. Model: P08 Luger Serial No. 1189m Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales. This is known as the 1920 Alphabet Commercial. 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. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 92% of the non-original applied blue finish with strawed small parts. Checkered walnut grips show some wear and are chipped under the safety lever. One of the grip screws is broken. Aftermarket side plate and take down lever. Nice World War I wood bottom magazine numbered 9165+. 500 - 800 1743 - (C) GERMAN OCCUPATION PRODUCED UNIQUE MODEL 17 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: French Model: Unique 17 Serial No. 22701 Caliber/Bore: 7.65mm Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic World War II production Unique Model 17 with blue finish, internal hammer fire and chambered for 7.65mm. Black plastic grips marked “7.65 9 SCHUSS.” German wartime proofed WaA251 on left side of frame. Single line left slide marking”7.65 COURT 9 COUPS “UNIQUE”. CONDITION: Very good with over 85% blue finish remaining with losses at muzzle and straps. Slight typical edge wear. Excellent bore and mechanics. 500 - 1,000 1744 - (C) HUSQVARNA MODEL 40 LAHTI PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Husqvarna Model: 40 Lahti Serial No. 68037 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufactured in Sweden by Husqvarna. Model 40 Lahti pistol with blue finish and checkered brown plastic grips. Large durable pistol with unique delayed blow back design. 9mm. Comes with black leather holster. CONDITION: Very fine with most all finish remaining and only slight holster wear at muzzle and high points of sights. Rear strap has slight blue loss from use. Bore is excellent. Operates properly. Import marked. Holster is very fine and leather is supple and stitching sound. 500 - 750

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1745 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 94 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Manufacturer: Japanese Model: 94 Serial No. 55389 Caliber/Bore: 8x22mm Nambu Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This pistol was made from 1935-45. This is a Showa 19.6 made in 1944. Caliber 8mm. Barrel measures 3 - 3/4” with blade front sight. Nagoya arsenal. Hot salt blue finish with black composite grips. Late war rough finish. Comes with one magazine. CONDITION: Fine action and mirror bore. 500 - 1,000 1746 - (M) KIMBER 1911 CLASSIC STAINLESS GOLD MATCH SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Kimber Model: Gold Match Serial No. K068635 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured around 2000 given included advertisement. Has the following features: adjustable rear sight, blacked out wind adjustable front, front and rear cocking serrations, commander style lightened two tone hammer, skeletonized trigger, checkered mainspring housing, uncheckered front strap, checkered wood grips. Finish is the abrasive blasted then polished on flats finish producing a visually pleasing high polish on flat surfaces. CONDITION: Gun is in fine used condition with some handling marks, most notably at takedown area and on spaces where slide reciprocates into frame. A few other scattered handling marks. Fine bore and action. Excellent manual mechanics. Comes with three magazines, one unmarked, one marked Wilson Combat, one marked Made in Italy. Wilson Combat and Made in Italy magazines have bumper plates. Comes in a Kimber logo hard sided plastic case with manual, custom shop order form, and Kimber marked bushing tool. 500 - 700 1747 - (C) REISING .22 CALIBER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Reising Model: Semi-Automatic Serial No. 3305 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 6 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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In an effort to compete with the Colt Woodsman, the Reising company was formed by Eugene G. Reising, a design engineer employed by Colt in the very early twentieth century. Reising worked directly for John Browning during the development of the 1911 pistol. Leaving Colt and venturing forth on his own, he received a patent for a new .22 pistol on May 16, 1916, and formed the Reising Arms Company in Hartford, CT in 1920, moving it to New York City in 1922. Reising obtained an updated patent (U.S. Patent #1395141) on his .22 pistol on October 25, 1921, and his factory proceeded to produce approximately 5,000 of these handguns. The pistol’s popularity was evidently not strong enough for the company to maintain financial solvency, causing it to close its doors in 1924 after only four years of production. Due to low production, few are seen in nice condition today. CONDITION: Aside from a couple of storage marks, it retains at least 98% of the original factory blue finish. The brown plastic bears head grips are near mint. Fine bore and action. 500 - 800

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1748 - (C) LOT OF 2: WHITNEY WOLVERINE IN FACTORY BOX TOGETHER WITH A HIGH STANDARD DURAMATIC M101 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) High Standard (B) Whitney Model: (A) Model 101 (B) Wolverine Serial No. (A) 1876855 (B) 25205 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B) .22 LR Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 5/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Standard Duramatic Model 101, striker fired, one piece plastic grips, fixed serrated front sight, wind drift adjustable rear. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the majority of its finish. Some marks from handling and operation, and some very fine oxidation around front sight. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Whitney Wolverine, accompanied by original factory box. Blue finish, duraluminum frame, fixed front sight, wind drift adjustable rear. CONDITION: Very good, with a few marks from handling and operation. Some silvering in the matte area of the rib and to front of rear sight. Some finish loss near slide knurled handles. Some pinprick oxidation on left side of frame and rear sight. Some oxidation around muzzle nut. Some of the high edges are starting to silver. Accompanied by box in very good condition with associated paperwork, no serial number on box. 1,200 - 1,800 1749 - (C) LOT OF 2: MILITARY AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, ONE P.38 AND AN ASTRA 600. Manufacturer: (A) Mauser (B) Astra Model: (A) P.38 (B) 600 Serial No. (A) 2840h (B) 4233 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 7/8” (B) 5 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) The P.38 is very rough, serial number 8287. Slide number 2840. CONDITION: Steel grips in poor condition. Dirty bore. Mixed numbers. Missing parts. (B) Astra 600 serial number 4233 with Waffen stamp WAD20. CONDITION: Gun retains most of its military blue finish. Correct Astra magazine. Checkered walnut grips in excellent condition. Bore is excellent. Action is perfect. A good Nazi Astra 600. 500 - 700 1750 - (M) LOT OF TWO: NORTH AMERICAN ARMS GUARDIAN AND L.W. SEECAMP LWS32 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: (A) North American Arms (B) L. W. Seecamp Model: (A) Guardian (B) LWS32 Serial No. (A) BC02404 (B) 025813 Caliber/Bore: (A) .380 ACP (B) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 1/2” (B) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) North American Arms Guardian with black pebble grips, double action only. CONDITION: Good used condition retaining the majority of factory finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) L.W. Seecamp LWS32 standard configuration with double action only, textured plastic grips. CONDITION: Good used condition, with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a good bore. 500 - 700 1751 - (M) LOT OF 2: PARA-ORDNANCE P12 & RUGER LCP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Para Ordnance (B) Ruger Model: (A) P12 (B) LCP Serial No. (A) HK2660 (B) 374-20463 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 ACP (B) .380 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 3/8” (B) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Para-Ordnance P12-45 Limited series pistol with snag free low profile black on black rear sights, wind adjustable only, commander style hammer, ambidextrous safeties, serrated curved trigger, checkered mainspring housing, serrated front strap. Comes in Para-Ordnance flip-top case with associated paperwork, tool packet. CONDITION: Good, with handling marks and some deep set dirt in recesses. Fine bore and action. Functional manual mechanics. (B) Ruger LCP in standard configuration with 2-1/2” barrel, two tone coloration, and a Crimson Trace laser attached to trigger guard. Finger extension magazine. Comes in a Ruger branded cardboard box with soft bag, Blackhawk pocket holster, padlock, and associated paperwork. CONDITION: Fine retaining the vast majority of its factory finish with some marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 500 - 800

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1752 - (M) LOT OF 2: KELTEC P32 AND SCCY CPX-1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) KelTec (B) SCCY Model: (A) P32 (B) CPX-1 Serial No. (A) CC324 (B) 428927 Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 ACP (B) 9mm Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 3” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) KelTec Model P32 with six shot magazine, black finish, textured grip, and fixed sights. Comes with factory box, logo soft case, lock and instructions. CONDITION: Near new in box. (B) SCCY Model CPX-1 with ten round magazine, stainless slide, lilac polymer frame, and dot sights. Comes with factory two piece box, extra clip, trigger lock, and instructions. CONDITION: Near new in box. 300 - 500 1753 - (M) COLLECTORS LOT OF FIVE: COLT .25 AUTO, KEL TEC, COLT #4, ALONG WITH A WALTHER AIR PISTOL AND A MINIATURE. Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Keltec (C) Colt (D) Walther Model: (A) 4th Model Deringer (B) P-32 (C) Pocket .25 (D) PPK/S Air Pistol Serial No. (A) 0H05797 (B) 17896 (C) 0D17888 (D) 17478N Caliber/Bore: (A) .177 (B) .32 (C) .25 (D) .22 Short Barrel Length: (A) N/A (B) 2” (C) 2 - 1/4” (D) 2 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Colt No. 4 Deringer, .22 short, nickel finish with faux ivory grips. CONDITION: Some handling wear. (B) Kel Tec P-32 semi-auto pocket pistol with green alloy frame, one magazine. CONDITION: Appears new in box with minor marks from handling and storage. (C) Boxed Colt .25 semi-automatic in original box with paperwork. Has checkered wood grips, blue finish and one magazine. CONDITION: Near new but there is a small flake on left side of slide. There is also an inexpensive miniature in wooden box, a Walther PPK/S air gun in box. 300 - 400 1754 - (A) CUSTOM HOFFMAN ARMS MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Ballard Model: Hoffman Arms Custom Serial No. 142 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 28 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This custom was built with a standard Ballard action and a custom Hoffman Arms heavy round barrel with front sight base. The rifle sports a J.W. Fecker 3/4” tube scope with aluminum mounts. The custom walnut stock has fine hand checkering and features a wide beaver tail style forend with straight comb walnut pistol grip stock and steel shotgun buttplate. Action features double set triggers and loop lever. CONDITION Metal retains the majority of its reapplied blue finish and the wood has an excellent oil rubbed finish. Excellent bore and action. 1,000 - 1,500

1755 - (C) CUSTOM WINCHESTER LOW-WALL TAKEDOWN SINGLE SHOT .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Low-Wall Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This custom rifle started with a Low-Wall take down frame with a round Winchester stamped barrel. An incredible Schuetzen style buttstock with Swiss buttplate. Has typical high profile comb with rollover cheekpiece and oak leaf carved pistol grip. The forend has an ebony tip and is finely hand checkered. The front sight is a globe style and the rifle sports a tang rear sight with no rear barrel sight. CONDITION: Wood is incredible. The metal has been reblue and most of that blue remains with some light blemishes under finish. Bore is good and visible but not sharp. Action is fine. Sharp little custom takedown .22. 800 - 1,200 226

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1756 - (C+M) LOT OF 5: SINGLE SHOT AND BOLT ACTION RIFLES, SOME WITH SCOPES, FROM REMINGTON, SAVAGE, RUGER, SEARS ROEBUCK, AND J.C. HIGGINS. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Stevens (C) Ruger (D) J.C. Higgins (E) Sears Model: (A) 6 (B) Crack Shot (C) 10/22 (D) 42 (E) 42 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN (C) 290-10393 (D) NSN (E) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 LR (C) .22 Win Mag (D) .22 (E) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 22” (C) 18 - 1/2” (D) 21 - 1/2” (E) 21 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 6 falling block .22 with wood stock, blued round barrel, rifle sights with folding tang peep. CONDITION: Overall good with good mechanics. (B) Savage-Stevens “Crackshot” single shot falling block .22. Wood stock, metal buttplate and takedown feature. CONDITION: Cleaned with good mechanics. (C) Ruger 10/22 Carbine with wood stock, 10 round rotary clip, sling and Simmons 3X9 scope. CONDITION: Good, with good mechanics. (D) Sears Roebuck bolt action .22 with 5 round clip, wood stock, rifle sights and J.C. Higgins 4X scope. (D) Good, bright bore, good mechanics. (E) J.C. Higgins bolt action .22 with 5 round clip, wood stock and Glenfield 4X scope. CONDITION: Good, with good bore. 850 - 1,150

1757 - (A) CUSTOM MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Ballard Model: Custom Serial No. 7517 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique This custom was built with a standard Ballard action and a custom heavy round barrel with no sight provisions. The rifle sports an unmarked 3/4” tube scope with Winchester grasshopper mounts. The custom walnut stock does not have any checkering and features a wide beaver tail style forend with straight comb walnut pistol grip stock and steel shotgun buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains the majority of its reapplied blue finish and the wood has an excellent oil rubbed finish. Excellent lined bore. 800 - 1,200

1758 - (C) CUSTOM STEVENS WALNUT HILL .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Walnut Hill Serial No. 3190 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 26 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a Walnut Hill marked barrel, custom lever, smooth walnut stocks are 414 style with pistol grip and checkered steel butt. Has a 28” heavy round barrel. Filled front sight. Scope blocks sport a marked Lyman Junior Target Spot tube scope. CONDITION: Wood is excellent with just usual handling marks and sharp checkering. 90% blue on barrel with sharp legends. 95% case colors. Strong rifling. Nice custom Stevens. Scope has clean optics with standard post. 800 - 1,200

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1759 - (C) CUSTOM STEVENS WALNUT HILL .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Walnut Hill Serial No. 2750 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a Walnut Hill marked barrel, custom lever, smooth walnut stocks are 414 style with pistol grip and checkered steel butt. Has a heavy round barrel. Target tang sight. Front sight is target model. Scope blocks sport an unmarked tube scope. CONDITION: Wood is excellent with just usual handling marks and sharp checkering. 90% blue on barrel with sharp legends. 95% case colors. Strong rifling. Nice custom Stevens. Scope has clean optics with heavy single post. 800 - 1,200

1760 - (C) STEVENS MILITARY STYLE .22 FALLING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Fallingblock Serial No. 142 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 24 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This uses the Favorite type falling block .22 frame with walnut military style forearm and pistol grip stock. Has full round barrel with front sight and two scope blocks on barrel. It also sports a high quality pre-war Winchester Model A5 scope with standard crosshairs. Barrel is marked Stevens with caliber. Rifle has quality tang target sight and sling swivels. CONDITION: Wood is excellent with few handling marks. 95% original case colors. 95% blue on barrel. Brilliant bore. 800 - 1,200

1761 - (C) STEVENS 414 MILITARY STYLE .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: 404 Serial No. 7702 Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard features include round barrel, knife blade front sight, and not cut for a rear barrel sight. Quality tang sight mounted. Single barrel band and swivels. CONDITION: Near mint walnut stocks with grain still raised. 98% factory case colors on frame. 98% blue on barrel. Sharp markings. Strong rifling. Really high factory condition Model 414. 800 - 1,200

1762 - (C) HIGH CONDITION REMINGTON MODEL 6 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 6 Serial No. S1698489 Caliber/Bore: .22 SL&LR Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made from 1902-33 comes this light-weight take down single shot .22 boys rifle that is not hard to find unless you are looking for one in high condition such as this fine example. CONDITION: Retains 95% bright factory blue on barrel with some handling marks, mostly on bottom of barrel. The frame retains 98% of their original factory case colors, mostly bright. The walnut stocks are near mint with just a few handling marks. Matching numbers on stock and barrel. 80% blue on steel buttplate with some age freckling. Bore is fresh and strong with bright grooves. Even has the original pressed steel tang sight. 700 - 1,000

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1763 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SINGLE SHOT HIGH QUALITY BOYS RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Winchester (B) Stevens Model: (A) 36 (B) Little Krag Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm shot (B) .22LR Barrel Length: (A) 17 - 3/8” (B) 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 36 9mm smoothbore single shot. Round barrel, blue finish, bolt action, walnut stock, and Winchester plate. CONDITION: Blue-brown patina with excellent wood. Shiny bore and fine action. Made 1921-29 only. (B) Stevens “Little Krag” .22 bolt action single shot boys rifle. Round barrel, blue metal,one piece half stock, and plastic buttplate. CONDITION: Metal is blue-brown patina while stocks are excellent. Action is fine. Bore very good with visible rifling. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 600 - 1,000 1764 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON AND RUGER BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Ruger Model: (A) 788 (B) 77/44 Serial No. (A) B6064859 (B) 740-07048 Caliber/Bore: (A) .308 (B) .44 Magnum Barrel Length: (BOTH) 18” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Boxed Remington Model 788. It is a box magazine fed, bolt action with a hardwood non-checkered pistol grip stock and plastic buttplate. Both sights removed and plugged. Sporting a Tasco 4x32 scope. CONDITION: 95% plus blue with excellent wood displaying a few handling marks. Fine bore and action. (B) Ruger Model 77/44 bolt action with rotary magazine. This is a great little hunting rifle with blue finish, pistol grip, checkered walnut stock, straight comb, and black rubber pad. Comes with sporting front and rear sights and has a pair of 1” scope rings installed. CONDITION: Rifle looks to be in near new condition inside and out. 800 - 1,200 1765 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER FEATHERWEIGHT MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE (1961). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 70 Serial No. 513606 Caliber/Bore: .243 Winchester Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern Chambered for the .243 Winchester round, this is a standard post-War featherweight rifle with a 22” barrel, folding rear sight, ramp front sight, pistol grip checkered walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb and black plastic plate. Etched serial number on bolt matches rifle. Rifle is topped with a Leupold scope and see through mounts. Fine bore and action. CONDITION: Finish is almost gone from floor-plate. Barrel has wear at muzzle and some handling marks. Wood is nice with usual handling marks. Have the floor-plate reblued and you have yourself a nice pre-64 Winchester Model 70. 800 - 1,200 1766 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOLT ACTION RIFLES FROM CHIPMUNK AND SAVAGE. Manufacturer: (A) Savage (B) Chipmunk Model: (A) 110CL (B) Serial No. (A) 101269 (B) 19170 Caliber/Bore: (A) .308 Winchester (B) .22 SL&LR Barrel Length: (A) 22 “ (B) 16” FFL Status: Modern A. Chipmunk .22 Single Shot Child’s Bolt Action Rifle. Fine training rifle, it has a 16 1/4” barrel, sporting sights, small walnut stock, single shot bolt action. CONDITION: Solid 98% over-all with fine bore and action. B. Savage Model 110-CL Bolt Action Rifle in .308. Features hardwood stock with pressed checkering and Monte Carlo comb. Ramp front sight with adjustable rear and a Swarovski Habicht 4 scope on a Redfield base. CONDITION: The gun is a solid 99% near new gun in all respects with some minor handling marks. 1,000 - 1,200

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1767 - (M) KIMBER MODEL 82 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Kimber Model: 82 Serial No. SSC0501 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 21” FFL Status: Modern This is a Clackamas Oregon rifle that features a fluted stainless steel barrel sans any factory sights. It is mounted with a Leupold gold ring 4x scope. It is classically stocked in oil finished walnut with straight fluted comb, pistol grip with cap, hand checkered, thin red rubber buttpad, and sling eyes. The frame and base are finished in a matte blue. CONDITION: As new. 1,000 - 1,500

1768 - (C) ELEGANT MANNLICHER MCA BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mannlicher Model: MCA Serial No. 46362 Caliber/Bore: .243 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Dated 1965 on barrel. Fitted with full length checkered walnut stock with white line spacered pistol grip cap and buttplate. Double set triggers and classic spoon bolt handle. Chambered for .243 Win. CONDITION: Excellent with several small storage bruises in stock. No visible finish loss is evident. Bore is pristine. Action is smooth and operates properly. Fitted with 1 inch shooting sling. Truly a classic European pattern hunting rifle. 1,000 - 1,500

1769 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1952 SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: 1952 Serial No. 12254 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in Austria by Steyr, this is a fine example of a half stock sporting rifle that features a ramp front sight, two-leaf folding rear sight, single trigger and spoon bolt handle. The classic style half stock features light walnut, cut checkering, pistol grip, straight comb with black forend tip. Metal is typical high polish factory blue. A vintage Weaver V-9 scope resides in Redfield mounts. Standard European style sling swivels are intact. CONDITION: Metal retains at least 98% of it’s original blue finish while the stocks are excellent with just some minor handling marks. Fine bore and action. A fine rifle with classic lines. 1,200 - 1,800

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1770 - (M) WEATHERBY GERMAN MARK V .300 MAG. BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Weatherby Model: MKV Serial No. P24583 Caliber/Bore: .300 Magnum Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Made in West Germany using the Mark V action. All the classic Weatherby features such as the high gloss walnut stock with rakish pistol grip, pronounced Monte Carlo comb, contrasting rosewood fore-end tip and grip cap and the diamond hand checkering. The metal is finished in typical high polish blue and the barrel was never cut for iron sights. It is topped with a Leupold scope and Redfield mounts. CONDITION: Has the usual couple of handling marks but is near new inside and out with a mirror bore and perfect action. 1,200 - 1,800

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1771 - (M) GERMAN WEATHERBY MARK V .300 MAGNUM BOLT ACTION RIFLE Manufacturer: Weatherby Model: Mark V Serial No. 40153 Caliber/Bore: .300 Weatherby Mag Barrel Length: 24 “ FFL Status: Modern Made in German with Suhl barrel stamps and Sauer action and finished at Roy’s plant in Los Angeles. All standard Weatherby traits such as rakish Monte Carlo comb, diamond skip checkering, rosewood forend tip and grip cap, royal blue finish (no barrel sights), jeweled bolt and Weatherby red rubber pad with sling eyes. This classic sporter is topped with a fine Leupold 10X scope. CONDITION: Rifle has a minor handling mark or two but near mint in all respects. These German made Weatherby’s were the best quality rifles that Roy ever put into the market. 1,200 1,800 1772 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE REFINISHED AND CONVERTED TO 7MM. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 70 Serial No. 86992 Caliber/Bore: 7M/M Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Transitional Model 70 stamped for “7M/M”. Lyman receiver sight, hooded ramp front sight. Semi-buckhorn mid sight. Receiver has matte rib and is drilled and tapped with filler screws. Sling swivels at forend and near toe. Checkered steel buttplate. Checkered forend and pistol grip. Bolt has been electropencilled to match receiver. Trigger guard has a faint “W / (arrow)” proof. Box magazine has been modified from a short cartridge magazine. CONDITION: Rifle has been professionally refinished and reconverted to 7mm, retains majority of the refinishing. “Winchester / Trade Mark” logo has distinct lines on sides where rebluing occurred. Receiver proof is washed out. Barrel legends are sharp, restamped, with the “M”s significantly lighter in strike. Wood has extensive marks from handling but complete. As this is a reconversion, a competent gunsmith should confirm that the gun is safe to operate. 1,000 - 1,500 1773 - (C) STEYR MCA .270 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: MCA Serial No. 58018 Caliber/Bore: .27 Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This exquisite Austrian bolt action rifle features the distinctive full-length hand checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock with white line spacers and black composite grip cap and buttplate. Other features include hooded ramp front sight, two-leaf folding rear sight, double set triggers, spoon bolt handle, and European style sling swivels. All metal is finished in factory high polish blue. This rifle is topped with a Redfield 3x9 scope on Redfield mounts. CONDITION: There is some light high edge wear on the metal, but still retains approximately 98% of the original factory high polish blue finish. The walnut stocks are excellent, with sharp checkering and minor handling marks and impressions. Action is fine and the rifling is sharp. The optics are clear. This is a lovely little post-War Mannlicher sporting rifle. 1,500 - 2,500 1774 - (C) CASED WINCHESTER MODEL 52 TARGET BOLT ACTION RIFLE (1950). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 52 Serial No. 68428B Caliber/Bore: .22 LR Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic One of the finest American made target bolt action .22 rifles ever made. This is a post-War model made in 1950. It features a blue finish with heavy walnut target stock that features a plain pistol grip and checkered metal butt-plate. The front sight base is attached as is the receiver sight base. There is no rear barrel sight. The Lyman long range #525 rear sight is in the carry case along with the Lyman 77H front hooded sight with a tin of interchangeable discs. There are three Winchester stamped small 5-shot magazines and one marked high capacity 10-shot magazine. The bolt tag for number 68428B is included (matching) along with three envelopes. The custom carry case also has a sling and shooting glove. CONDITION: The walnut stock is excellent with some minor bruises and the blue remains at least in the 98% range with some minor high edge wear. Bore and action are fine. A high quality Unertl 12 power scope and mounts are also included. Fine bore and action. An incredible rifle and cased set. 1,500 - 2,000 231 www.MorphyAuctions.com | September 10, 2019


1775 - (C) PRE-WAR .22 HORNET WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE (1940). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 70 Serial No. 28283 Caliber/Bore: .22 Hornet Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This rifle was made in 1940 and is standard in all respects. The Hornet round constituted 3.49% of production before 1964 with a total of 20,306 made. Early features include the clip cut frame, matching number etched on bolt, pistol grip checkered walnut stocks, checkered steel buttplate, straight comb, standard sights. CONDITION: Metal retains about 98% original factory blue finish with handling marks and a scratch around breech. Wood is excellent with minor handling marks. Mirror bore and fine action. Nice pre-War in great caliber. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,500 1776 - (M) STUNNING COLT SAUER GRAND AFRICAN .458 SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Sauer Serial No. CR9467 Caliber/Bore: .458 Win Mag Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Made by Sauer for Colt in West Germany. The rifle features a high polish blue finish with hooded ramp front sight and blade rear sight on base. The stock features hand checkering on an almost rosewood looking color with contrasting fore-end tip and grip cap and sling swivels. CONDITION: As new condition with hang tag. Made in limited numbers and carries the Colt name. 1,750 - 2,250 1777 - (C) MAUSER GEW 98 6.5X55 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: GEW 98 Serial No. 2638 Caliber/Bore: 6.5x55 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Custom GEW Model 98 Mauser bolt action rifle, 6.5x55 caliber, spoon style bolt handle, engraved floorplate with buck deer and scroll work, push button release, checkered stock with schnabel forend, cheek rest, Mauser butt plate, horn pistol grip cap, reciever drilled and tapped for scope mounts. CONDITION: Excellent bore, most all reapplied finish remains. 2,000 - 3,000 1778 - (M) LOT OF 3: SAVAGE 99 .300 SAVAGE WITH SCOPE, MARLIN 336CS .35 REMINGTON, AND BROWNING B97 .44 MAGNUM LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Savage (B) Marlin (C) Browning Model: (A) Model 99 (B) 336CS (C) 1892 Serial No. (A) 586517 (B) 10055347 (C) 07152PM167 Caliber/Bore: (A) .300 Savage (B) .35 Remington (C).44 Rem Mag Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 20” (C) 20” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Savage Model 99 lever action rifle with Leupold fixed 4x scope, and Redfield rings and base. CONDITION: Near new with most all original finish remaining. Near mint bore. (B) Marlin Model 336 CS lever action rifle with full length magazine tube, rubber recoil pad, Redfield fixed 4 power scope, Weaver rings and base. CONDITION: Near new with most all original finish remaining. Near mint bore. (C) Browning Model 1892 lever action carbine (Japan) with round barrel, full length magazine, Redfield fold down rear barrel sight, and aftermarket black recoil pad added to butt. CONDITION: Near new with most all original finish remaining. Near mint bore. 1,200 - 1,800 232

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1779 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LIGHTWEIGHT TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1918). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Lever Serial No. 155503 Caliber/Bore: .33 WCF Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Fairly standard fare, early production , takedown light weight rifle chambered for the .33WCF cartridge. Features half magazine, blue finish, sling eyes, walnut stock with rifle butt. CONDITION: 90%+ blue on barrel, tube and cap. The frame retains approximately 75% blue with gray patina blending on carry area of frame. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with few minor handling marks. Standard sporting sights. Mirror bore and crisp action. A fine gun. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,500 1780 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 TAKE DOWN RIFLE .32 W.S. (1918). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1894 Serial No. 881550 Caliber/Bore: .32 Special Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Winchester takedown rifle made in 1918. Octagon barrel. Standard configuration. Barrel markings on the left side. CONDITION: Receiver retains 75% original blue having thinned in areas but still retaining that famous mirror bright Winchester blue. Barrel and tube retain 85% original thinning blue. Buttplate, collar, and nosecap have a mottled appearance from the blue having been worn/flaked over time. Receiver screws may have been replaced. Wood has some dings and light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. A very sharp and clean classic take down model 1894 Sporting rifle. GR 3,000 - 4,000 1781 - (C) HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Serial No. 282150 Caliber/Bore: .32 WCF Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard rifle made in 1905 and chambered for the .32-20 cartridge. Standard features include a 24” full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting rear sights, walnut stocks with rifle butt and an added sling swivel in buttstock. CONDITION: The barrel and tube retain at least 98% of the original factory blue as does the nose cap. The edges and legends are razor sharp. The frame retains approximately 85% of their original high polish factory blue finish that is drifting at base and along high edges. Sharp screw heads. The stocks are excellent and proud to metal with a little added finish and a few bumps. The rifling is sharp and the action is crisp. This fine rifle has seen very little use and was well cared for. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,500 - 2,000

1782 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION .22 RIFLE (1898) Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 513616B Caliber/Bore: .22 Short Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Chambered for the .22 short. This rifle features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, replaced Marbles rear sight, tang sight, blue finish with walnut stocks. Sling eyes are present. CONDITION: Bore is sharp and clean and action crisp. All of the metal has been reblued with exception to the side plates, lever and buttplate that have been polished of any finish and left in the white. The legends are still sharp and the finish was well done. In this catalogers opinion, the rifle would look a lot better if the raw metal was like-wise refinished to match the rest of this rare rifle. The stocks are excellent and still proud. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 2,000

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1783 - (M) WINCHESTER 1892 LEVER ACTION CARBINE “1 OF 500” MADE BY MIROKU. Manufacturer: Miroku Model: Winchester 1892 Carbine Serial No. 00434MY92C Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Modern 16” round barrel saddle ring carbine with barrel markings make and caliber on left side and stamped in large white letters on right “Limited Series - 1 of 500”. Blued receiver with plain walnut stocks and full steel blued buttplate. Top tang marked “Winchester / Model 1892” and has a safety button. The bottom of the action has serial number stamped. Comes with original box. CONDITION: Excellent with only very minor use. Most metal parts retain virtually all of their original finish with only handling marks. Wood has a few minor handling marks but is quite crisp overall. Bore is brilliant and shiny and rifling is strong. Mechanics are crisp. 1,000 - 1,500

1784 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 AND 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLES AND CARBINE. Manufacturer: (ALL) Winchester Model: (A) 1892 (B) 1894 (C) 1894 Serial No. (A) 109322 (B) 137061 (C) 969634 Caliber/Bore: (A) .38-40 WCF (B) .30 WCF (C) .30 WCF Barrel Length: (A) 24 - 1/8” (B) 26” (C) 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Lot consists of: (A) 1899 production Winchester 1892 rifle with round barrel and walnut stocks with crescent butt. CONDITION: Fair as completely refinished with most markings not legible. Action operates properly. Bore is dark. (B) 1902 production Winchester 1894 rifle with octagon barrel, Beech front folding sight, elevator adjustable rear sight, two piece walnut stocks, and crescent butt. CONDITION: Fair, most finish is patina with silvered buttplate and forend cap. Bore is dark with strong rifling action operates properly. Wood is dark but full sized. (C) Winchester 1894 Carbine with carbine stocks. CONDITION: Fair, dark bore with strong rifling. Stocks have been checkered and worn with no finish remaining. Metal is worn and is now a mixture of patina and dried grease. Action operates properly. Saddle ring and stud have been removed. 1,000 - 1,400

1785 - (M)BOXED WINCHESTER LIMITED EDITION MODEL 94 CARBINE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1894 Serial No. 77L10 Caliber/Bore: .30-30 Winchester Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Modern This beautiful factory special edition is your basic Model 94 carbine fitted with deluxe checkered highly figured walnut stock, hand checkered with etched gold plated frame, hammer and lever with full coverage game scenes. Balance of metal is high polish factory blue. There is no coin in stock to distract from the stunning wood and high gloss finish. One of the most handsome modern Winchesters made. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original box and display case. 800 - 1,200

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1786 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 94 MAGNUM LEVER ACTION CARBINES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 94 Serial No. (A) 6460105 (B) 6401297 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Remington Magnum (B) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 16” (B) 20” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Model 94AE. This little carbine features full magazine, blue finish, saddle ring and stud, and hardwood stocks. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original hang tag. (B) This is the standard 94AE with blue finish, real walnut stocks, sporting sights, plastic buttplate, saddle ring and stud, and twin bands. CONDITION: There is some wear on hammer and a few minor handling marks but near new inside and out. Both rifles come with original Winchester cardboard shipping boxes. 800 - 1,200

1787 - (M) LOT OF 2: MARLIN MODEL 336 LEVER ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Marlin Model: (BOTH) 336 Serial No. (A) 23109993 (B) 21195205 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-30 Winchester (B) .35 Remington Barrel Length: (BOTH) 20” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) One of the best lever action rifles ever made, it was simply a progression from the old Model 1893 features; full round barrel, full magazine, twin bands, blue finish, gold trigger, sling swivels, ramp front sight, sporting rear sight, plain pistol grip walnut stock, Marlin bullseye, and plastic buttplate. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. (B) Basically the same as above but bullseye is missing. In one of the best brush calibers, the .35 Remington. CONDITION: 98% overall with some scratches on grip cap and a bit more wear to stock. 800 - 1,000 1788 - (C) BOXED MARLIN MODEL GOLDEN 39-A LEVER ACTION .22 RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 39-A Serial No. R6286 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This rifle comes with an original box with an end label that pre-dates the zip code but box is not numbered. The rifle is fairly standard with round barrel, full magazine, blue finish, takedown, sporting sights and plain pistol grip walnut stock. Box label reads “39-ADL”, rifle is stamped “39-A”. CONDITION: The hammer shows that it has been cocked a few times, there are a couple of age freckles on frame, a hint of muzzle wear, and the lever has been worked as well but still a solid 99%. All original with excellent wood and fine bore. 700 - 1,000

1789 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .38 WCF SADDLE RING CARBINE (1900). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Carbine Serial No. 149263 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine, made in 1900. Missing the saddle ring from the staple on the left side of the receiver. CONDITION: Gun shows moderate wear overall. Traces of original finish in protected areas. Some light pitting. Markings are clear, although there is an area where they are worn down on the upper tang. Wood has dings and abrasions consistent with regular use, showing moderate to heavy wear. Bore is good with strong rifling and pitting, showing wear. Fine mechanical function. GR 600 - 1,000

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1790 - (C) PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION CARBINE (1941). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1894 Serial No. 1254594 Caliber/Bore: .32 WS Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is a high-condition pre-War American classic. Features full round barrel, full magazine, twin barrel bands, sporting rear sight, ramp hooded front sight, blue finish, walnut stock, serrated metal butt plate. CONDITION: This rifle has seen low use and the metal retains approximately 98% original factory blue finish. There is some minor high edge wear and a couple of handling marks. The stocks are proud to middle, in excellent condition, with just the usual minor handling marks and impressions. The bore shines like a mirror and the action is excellent. One would be hard pressed to find a better example. 500 - 800

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1791 - (C) ENGRAVED BROWNING BAR .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE (1969). Manufacturer: Browning Model: Bar 22 Serial No. 69T29324 Caliber/Bore: .22LR Barrel Length: 19” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This engraved Belgium Browning features squirrels on right side and groundhogs on right, not signed. The high gloss pistol grip checkered walnut stock shows fiery grain. CONDITION: The frame has 98% of the re-applied nickel finish. The barrel has some age freckling and retains about 95% of its reapplied blue finish. The pretty stocks show a few dings and impressions but have original finish. Fine bore. Comes in a custom made wooden case. 750 - 1,000

1792 - (M) SPORTSMANS LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON 742 AND PARKER HALE SAFARI BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Parker Hale Model: (A) 742 Woodmaster (B) Safari Serial No. (A) B7128343 (B) Z78439 Caliber/Bore: (A) .270 Win (B) .243 Win Barrel Length: (A) 22” (B) 24” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 742 rifle, .243 Winchester with 22 inch barrel and checkered walnut stocks mounted with BSA 3-9 variable scope. CONDITION: Very good with slight finish loss at muzzle and high points. Bore is excellent bright and shiny. Stock are very fine with several very small blemishes from use. (B) Parker Hale Safari Grade .270 Winchester bolt action rifle with 24” barrel, Mauser pattern action. Walnut Monte Carlo stock with cheek piece and ebony pistol grip cap. CONDITION: Very good with most all blue finish remaining. Slight finish loss at muzzle and high points. Stock has slight finish loss at balance point and side from use. Very attractive with excellent bore and operates properly. 800 - 1,200 236

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1793 - (M) FOUR HIGH QUALITY SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 RIFLES Manufacturer: (A) Mossberg (B,C,D) Winchester Model: (A) Model 351C (B) Model 74 (C) Model 190 (D) Model 190 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 147594 (C) B1909459 (D) B1603663 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 LR (B,C,D) .22 L or LR Barrel Length: (A) 19” (B) 22” (C) 20” (D) 20 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern All are semi-automatic and all shoot the .22 rimfire cartridge. (A) Mossberg Model 351C. Walnut Monte Carlo carbine length stock with pistol grip. Stock fed on right side. CONDITION: Blue is mixing with patina and age freckling. Wood is excellent. Clean bore. (B) Winchester Model 74. Manufactured in 1947. Plain walnut pistol grip stock. Blue metal. CONDITION: Solid 85-90% gun. Fine bore. (C&D) - These two guns are Winchester Model 190s. They are tube fed with hardwood stocks, black frames and blued barrel/tube. CONDITION: Both are solid 90% guns. 600 - 1,000 1794 - (C) LOT OF 3: VINTAGE QUALITY .22 RIFLES Manufacturer: (A) Ranger (B) H&R (C) Remington Model: (A) 101.16 (B) 65 (C) 512 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 9515 (C) NSN Caliber/Bore: (All) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 23 1/4” (C) 24 - 7/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Ranger Model 101. Probably made by Mossberg for Sears under the Ranger trade name. Military style with nearly full length walnut one piece stock, pistol grip, and walnut handguard. Tube fed, semi-automatic, tube hidden under forend, steel buttplate, sling swivels, and frame mounted rear sight. CONDITION: 95%+ original finish overall with handling marks and some light age freckling. Very good bore. (B) H&R Model 65. Magazine fed (correct Reising stamps) semi-automatic made from 1944-46 only, designed by Eugene Reising for training purposes. It is a ten shot military type with Redfield Micrometer rear sight. Features a one piece walnut stock, pistol grip, sling swivels, and steel buttplate. CONDITION: 98% blue overall with exception of patina trigger guard and freckling on buttplate. Wood is oil finished and excellent with a few handling marks. Strong bore and fine action. (C) Remington Sportmaster 512. A tube magazine fed bolt action with blue finish and walnut stock. Made from 1940-62. CONDITION: Mix of blue and patina with overall age freckling. Chip on top of buttplate. Walnut stocks have usual handling marks. Very good bore and action. 600 - 1,000

1795 - (C) LOT OF 3: VINTAGE .22 BOYS RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Marlin (B) Winchester (C) HM Quackenbush Model: (A) Glenfield Model 70 (B) 1906 (C) Spring Rifle Serial No. (A) NSN (B) 324517 (C) 27726 Caliber/Bore: (A) .22LR (B) .22 Rimfire (C) .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 20” (C) 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists if: (A) Glenfield Model 70 semi-automatic rifle made by Marlin with carbine type hardwood stock, blue finish, and scope. CONDITION: 90% with fine bore. (B) Winchester Model 1906 slide action with blue finish and walnut stocks. CONDITION: Frame has 80% blue but barrel is rusted. Stocks refinished. Visible bore. (C) Quackenbush single shot. CONDITION: Partial plating remains. Stock is very good. 200 - 300

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1796 - (M) ILLINOIS ARMS MODEL 180 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 RIFLE Manufacturer: Illinois Arms Model: AR-180 Serial No. 457338 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 17 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This is a semi-automatic version of the fully automatic American model. It has the look of a Model 1921 Thompson. It is missing the drum magazine that sets on top of the receiver. CONDITION: Shows some handling wear but near new inside and out. 250 - 350

1797 - (C) TWO QUALITY .22 RIFLES Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Stevens Model: (A) Nylon 66 (B) Model 86C Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 16” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Remington Model 66 Mohawk Brown. Made from 1959-87, this is a semi-automatic rifle, butt fed, nylon stock with blue finish and target sights. There is no serial number so it was made prior to 1968 law. CONDITION: Stock is excellent with a few handling marks and no cracks or chips. The blue shows some handling marks and a few age freckles on frame but a solid 90%. Fine bore. (B) Stevens Model 86C. Bolt action .22 rifle with under-barrel magazine. Barrel has been shortened to 16” and the front sight reset. Hardwood pistol grip stock sans checkering. Sporting rear sight. CONDITION: Barrel is brown patina, 70% fading blue on frame, legends sharp, wood shows handling marks. Bore is fine as is action. A short handy little rifle. 300 - 400

1798 - (C) PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 62A SLIDE ACTION RIFLE (1941). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 62A Serial No. 122847 Caliber/Bore: .22 Rimfire Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Considered by many to be one of the finest slide-action .22 rifles ever made. This example is standard in all respects and features: 23” round barrel, sporting sites, takedown, 2/3rds magazine, blue finish, walnut stock with black composite Winchester buttplate, and grooved round walnut forend. CONDITION: Barrel retains approximately 95% of its original factory rust blue, as does tube. The frame and trigger guard retain approximately 95% of its original Winchester high polish blue finish. The stocks are proud to middle, exhibiting only minor handling marks. The action works perfectly and the bore is sharp and clean. Other than some normal high-edge wear, this an extremely clean all-original pre-War example. 800 - 1,200

1799 - (C) NEAR NEW PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 62 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE (1937). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 62 Serial No. 58699 Caliber/Bore: .22 SL&LR Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard features of this high condition rifle include round barrel, 2/3 magazine, takedown, sporting sights, blue finish with walnut stocks, and monogram buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains approximately 97% original factory blue finish with just the usual wear marks near slide and muzzle. Stocks are near mint with minor handling marks. Bore is strong with light frosting. 800 - 1,200

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1800 - (C) SCARCE EARLY MARLIN MODEL 38 PUMP ACTION .22 SL&LR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 38 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic These were produced from 1920-1930, with a total production of around 20,000 guns. This is an earlier production model with a “tab” style magazine tube release. Octagon barrel. 2/3 length magazine tube. Semi-pistol grip stock with Marlin “dot” still present on the underside. Original hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Retains 90% original blue overall with finish wear on high points and edges, light handling marks. All markings are clear. Wood is very good with some dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 800 - 1,200 1801 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER SLIDE ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (A) 1906 (B) 1890 Serial No. (A) 215945 (B) 658666A Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 (B) .22 WRF Barrel Length: (A) 20” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Winchester Model 1906 pump action takedown rifle with tubular magazine made in 1910. Blued finish with round barrel. Stamped “V” notch rear sight with blade front. Walnut stocks with corrugated slide handle and straight stock with hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Overall poor with blue fading to silver. Replaced buttstock with refinished original slide handle with one screw missing. Good mechanics with dark bore. (B) Winchester Model 90 pump action tubular magazine takedown rifle with octagon barrel made in 1924. Rifle sights with Lyman tang peep sight. Blued barrel and action. Walnut stocks with corrugated slide handle with crescent butt plain buttstock. CONDITION: Overall good with 70% barrel blue remaining. Action blue turning brown. Shootable bore with good mechanics. Wood has added coat of finish. Buttplate has been cold blued. 800 - 1,200 1802 - (C) LOT OF 12: VINTAGE RIFLE BARRELS WITH ONE MAUSER RECEIVER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Receiver Serial No. 25923 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Marlin Ballard .40-63 28” octagon to round; Serial no. 4483, stamped “40 63” , no other markings. CONDITION: Sharp rifling, 90% original blue starting to thin. (B) Unmarked 20” .22 bore, no markings. CONDITION: Fine bore. (C) Unmarked 24” barrel, no stamps, paper says .25 sporter. CONDITION: Fine bore and blue. (D) Custom Winchester 32-40, 30”, put together. (E) Unmarked 29” .22 bore, stamped “33 22lr CMS”. CONDITION: No finish. Fine bore. (F) Stevens single shot, 24”, serial no. 38130, no. 2, .25 RF. CONDITION: Very good bore, reblued. (G) Unmarked 28” octagon, .22 bore. CONDITION: Sharp rifling. (H) Stevens .22, half octagon, no. 2, serial no. 60000. CONDITION: Brown patina. Bore dirty. (I) Mauser .22 barreled action, no bolt, frame no. 25923. CONDITION: 80% original blue, fine bore. (J) Stevens 22LR, 24”, half octagon, no. 70239. CONDITION: Reblued, very good bore. (K) Jarvis 17 HMR, 20”. CONDITION: Near mint bore, 98% blue. Looks like it was never installed. 200 - 500 1803 - (M) BAIKAL MP-221 .45-70 SIDE BY SIDE DOUBLE RIFLE. Manufacturer: Baikal Model: MP-221 Serial No. 1022109486 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Just when it seemed as if a working man wanted a double rifle that he would have to remortgage his house, comes this utility grade .45-70 double. It’s not a Holland & Holland but it is a double rifle that features a pistol grip checkered hardwood stock, black recoil pad, matte blue finish, double triggers, sling swivels (rear eye is missing swivel), quarter rib with single standing rear sight and ramp front sight. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. 600 - 800

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1804 - (M) CASED WINCHESTER GRAND EUROPEAN OVER UNDER DOUBLE RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Grand European XTR Serial No. DRNO1122E Caliber/Bore: .257 Roberts Barrel Length: 23 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Mono-bloc barrels are marked with Winchester model and caliber on top left of matted quarter rib, mounted with QD bases and folding rear sight. Rib is Marked “Grand European” and “Made in Japan” is on barrel at right side of rib. High ramp front sight mounts gold bead. QD sling eye is mounted to bottom of bottom barrel. Coin finished action features single selective trigger, and is engraved with medium shaded scroll surrounding vignettes of a boar’s head on left, and a mule deer head on right. A big horn ram is on bottom of action which is also engraved “Grand European”. Nicely stump figured American walnut steel capped pistol grip buttstock measures 13-1/4” over thin Winchester rifle pad and features right hand rollover cheekpiece, point pattern checkering. Matching semi-beaver tail forend has Deeley type release with secondary detent lock. Winchester printed canvas case with leather trim is lined in watermarked green velvet, and has Winchester label in lid. Case has room for rifle and scope. 4,000 - 6,000 1805 - (C) LOT OF 3: MARLIN MODEL 29 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE, WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE, AND WINCHESTER 67-22 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A)Marlin (B) Winchester (C) Winchester Model: (A)Model 29 (B) 1873 (C) 67-22 Serial No. (A)NSN (B) 56139 (C) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A).22 (B).45 (C) .22 Barrel Length: (A)22 - 38” (B)23 5/8” (C)27” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Marlin Model 29 pump rifle made from 1913-1916. Walnut stocks with steel buttplate. Tube magazine, blued receiver and barrel with rifle sights. Receiver has takedown feature. (B) Winchester 1873 made in 1880. Blued round barrel and receiver. Full magazine, rifle sights and walnut stocks with rifle style butt. Serrated dust cover and brass lifter. (C) Winchester Model 67 bolt action single shot 22. Walnut pistol grip stock, blued receiver and barrel with rifle sights. CONDITION: (A) Mechanically sound and all original with 40% original finish. (B) Functions with wrong rear sight and tang screw problem. Retains 10% original finish. (C) Functions fine with 4 added holes for scope. Retains 20% original finish. 800 - 1,200

1806 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 394113 (B) 278372 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) World War II Rebuild. The frame dates to 1911 and the barrel is a 1944 High Standard replacement. The stock is pre-World War II with wide finger groove, double stock bolt reinforced, and 1930’s era handguard. Has World War II rear sights and later swept back bolt. The left side of stock has rebuild AAJ cartouche which dates to 1918 period. CONDITION: Frame is gray patina, balance of metal is parkerized dull finish, wood has numerous bruises. TE reading is 3 and ME reading is 1.5. Comes with steel frog leather sling. (B) Same as above. Frame has early serial number dating to 1909 with an SA 9-42 barrel. Stock is World War II vintage with no finger groove. Forend has sight groove. World War II rear sight and swept bolt. Left side of stock has Ordnance Wheel and FJA. CONDITION: It is missing both of the stock bolts. Wood is raw with no finish. 90% metal in matte blue/black finish. Barrel has TE reading of 5 and an ME reading of 2+. 650 - 950

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1807 - (C) LOT OF 2: BRITISH NO. 5 JUNGLE CARBINE AND NO. 1 MKIII BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) British (B) BSA Model: (A) No. 5 (B) No. 1 MK III Serial No. (A) AA2714 (B) 96343 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .303 Barrel Length: (A) 20 - 1/2” (B) 25 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: (A) Frazakerly Arsenal No. 5 Jungle carbine with matching numbers and dated 4/47. Arsenal black finish with late British web sling. CONDITION: Very fine with no import markings and fine bright bore. Most all finish remains with slight edge wear. (B) BSA 1918 No. 1 MKIII with forced matched bolt. Very good stocks with typical nicks and dings but very solid. Metal finish is 50% with balance fading to patina. Bore is good with very light frosting in grooves. Comes with late issue cotton British sling. 700 - 1,000 1808 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD ARMORY KRAG 1898 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: 1898 Krag Serial No. 271647 Caliber/Bore: .30-40 Krag Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is a fine condition Krag Model 1898 with 1900 dated “JSA” cartouche and script “P” at wrist. CONDITION: Walnut stock is excellent with usual handling marks and sharp cartouche. Barrel retains 95% blue blending with some light patina. Patina on the bayonet band. Frame is mottled grey, as are box and plate. Grey patina on trigger guard. Fine rifled bore. Comes with two frog sling. 800 - 1,200 1809 - (C) SCARCE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN 660 CODE STEYR 1940 98K MAUSER RIFLE. Manufacturer: Steyr Model: 98K Serial No. 807m Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is a hard to find 660 code 98k rifle made by Steyr in 1940. Full date on receiver ring. Not model marked on the left side of the receiver. All matching numbers with the exception of the bolt (which is matching of itself). Laminated stock with “(eagle) / H” army marking. Proper original leather sling. Proper original front sight hood. Cleaning rod appears to be unmarked. Not import marked. CONDITION: Metal retains 65% original finish overall with some areas of light surface rust. Fine mechanical function. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. GR 800 - 1,200 1810 - (C) LATE WAR GUSTLOFF WERKE 98K BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Gustloff Werke Model: 98K Serial No. 16919 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 98k manufactured by Gustloff Werke in 1944. Receiver ring is marked “bcd/4”. Bolt matches receiver, blued extractor and rear sight both match bolt assembly number. Metal components including the floorplate and trigger guard are constructed of stamped metal. Barrel bands are milled. Metal components retain the late war phosphate finish. The extractor, rear sight ladder, barrel bands, sight hood, bayonet lug, and cleaning rod are blued. Laminated stock with later war cupped buttplate. CONDITION: Metal components retain majority of finish showing areas of wear all around. Blued components show thinning with patina showing through. Stocks are good showing scattered handling and storage marks. Bright bore with strong rifling throughout. 1,000 - 2,000

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1811 - (C) HIGH CONDITION SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE (1923). Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: 1903 Serial No. 1259809 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Offered is a spectacular 1903 made during the low production years between the two wars in 1923. Standard features to include “5-23 SA” dated barrel, 1903 front and rear sights, all milled parts, smooth buttplate, sling swivels, smooth trigger, and slightly swept bolt. Fine walnut stocks have the “DAL” Daniel Leary inspector stamp used from 1918-42. Block “P” on wrist. Rifle comes with an original bayonet and scabbard. CONDITION: Metal retains nearly all of the original factory matte finish. Stocks are near mint with just a few minor handling marks. The bore is near mint. ME reading: 1. TE reading: 0. Even the buttplate retains most of its original finish. One would be hard pressed to find any better. 1,200 - 1,800 1812 - (C) FINE FIRST VARIATION KOISHIKAWA ARSENAL TYPE 44 BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Koishikawa Arsenal Model: Type 44 Carbine Serial No. 28226 Caliber/Bore: 6.5x50mm Japanese Barrel Length: 19 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic First variation Type 44 manufactured by Koishikawa, no series marking. Assembly numbers on bolt, cocking knob, firing pin, rear sight, and bayonet stud band are all matching. Correct first variation bayonet housing. Trigger, floorplate release, rear sight spring, and bolt release spring have correct early variation strawed finish. Correct early two hole butt trap, cleaning rod not present. Mum is completely intact. Inspector markings are present on bottom of buttstock. Dust cover does not match. CONDITION: Blued components retain bountiful to near new amounts of blue finish, with most wear being on the buttplate. Light wear to bolt release housing. Dust cover has turned a dark patina and shows small areas of pitting. Bolt is in the white. Strawed components show thinning. Markings on receiver are crisp. Internal metal components still retain cosmoline. Stock is very good, showing minor scattered handling marks. Good bright bore with strong rifling throughout. Mechanically excellent. A fine example of an early Type 44 carbine that is sure to be an attractive addition to any Japanese WWII enthusiast’s collection. 1,250 - 1,500 1813 - (C) VERY FINE PORTUGUESE CONTRACT 98K MAUSER WITH MATCHING BAYONET (1941). Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 98K Serial No. G19053 Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard configuration with Portuguese crest on receiver ring and 1941 date. Portuguese crest and date on the left side of the butt. Proper light brown leather sling. Original matching bayonet & scabbard. All numbers are matching. Front sight and cleaning rod. No visible import mark due to being imported prior to GCA of 1968. CONDITION: This would be a very difficult gun to improve upon. Retains 98% finish. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood has some very very minor handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Bayonet in matching condition to gun. GR 2,500 - 3,500 1814 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE (1914). Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1903 Serial No. 593785 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This is an excellent all original example of a 1903 Springfield. The barrel is dated 12-14 and rifle was built 1915. Correct features include high hump handguard; wide finger groove, single stock bolt walnut stock; straight bolt, fine checkered trapdoor buttplate, and all milled parts. Walnut stock has visible “JSA” cartouche. CONDITION: Excellent, with sharp legends. Wood is excellent with just some minor marks. Barrel and frame are a soft blue drifting patina. Has a strong but dull bore. Comes with period sling. Very nice pre-war Springfield rifle. 1,000 - 1,500

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1815 - (C) LOT OF 8: SPORTERIZED MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) British (B) Kokura (C) FN (D) Toyo Kogyo (E) Remington (F) Nagoya (G) Springfield (H) Izawa Jyuk Model: (A) No. 4 MK I (B) Type 99 (C) 98 (D) Type 99 (E) 1903A3 (F) Type 99 (G) 1898 Krag (H) Type 99 Serial No. (A) P12846 (B) 20613 (C) 48512 (D) 44776 (E) 3385204 (F) 16122 (G) 429388 (H) 8527 Caliber/Bore: (A) .303 British (B) 7.7mm (C) 7mm-08 (D) 7.7mm (E) .30-06 (F) 7.7mm (G) .30-40 (H) 7.7mm Barrel Length: (A) 21 - 1/2” (B) 22 - 1/4” (C) 22 - 1/2” (D)24 1/4” (E)24 - 1/4” (F)24 - 3/4” (G)24 - 1/2” (H)26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of eight sporterized military bolt action rifles. (A) British No. 4 MK I sporter, receiver manufactured in 1942. Barrel and stock have been cut. Front sight has been fitted with an aftermarket sight. British proofs on barrel. Import marked on left side. Complete with sling. (B) Type 99 sporter, receiver made by Kokura. Mum has been obliterated. Bolt matches self, but has been modified. Barrel does not fit aftermarket stock. Magazine housing is missing follower and spring. (C) FN Commercial 98 sporter. No rear or front sights. Aftermarket 7mm-08 Remington barrel, bolt handle, stock, and sling. (D) Type 99 sporter. series 32 receiver made by Toyo Kogyo. Mum has been crossed out. Bolt matches receiver, aside from extractor. Stock has been cut and modified. (E)1903-A3 sporter, receiver made by Remington. Stock has been cut and top rear hand guard has been removed. Front sight has been replaced. (F) Type 99 sporter, receiver made by Nagoya. Mum is present. Bolt matches receiver. Stock and barrel have been shortened. Rear sight is missing. (G) 1898 Krag sporter, receiver made by Springfield. Front blade sight has been replaced. Barrel has been fitted with scope mounts. Butt has been fitted with rubber pad. Complete with sling. (H) Type 99 sporter, receiver made by Izawa Jyuko. Stock has been cut and sanded. CONDITION: (All) Metal components show wear and loss to finish. Stocks show handling marks and indentations. Bores are all bright aside from 1898 Krag. 1,000 - 1,500 1816 - (C) LOT OF 2: BRITISH NO. 4 MK II & MK I BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Frazakerly (B) British Model: (A) No. 4 MK2 (B) No. 4 MK1 Serial No. (A) PF271547 (B) T22615 Caliber/Bore: (A) .303 British (B) .303 British Barrel Length: (A) 25” (B) 25” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of two British No. 4 MK II and MK I bolt action rifles. (A) I. A. C. import. Receiver manufactured by Fazakerley. Receiver electropenciled “No 4 MK 2 (F)/ 4/53 PF271547”. Serial numbers are a forced match. Complete with canvas sling. CONDITION: Metal components show little wear aside from minor cosmetic handling marks. Stock shows scattered handling marks and indentations. Bright bore with strong rifling throughout. (B) Right side of receiver ring is import stamped “England”. Manufacturers marking has been scrubbed. Numbers are a forced match. Complete with canvas sling. CONDITION: Metal components show wear all around. Stock shows storage and handling marks. Bright bore with good rifling. 700 - 1,200

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1817 - (C) LOT OF 3: ROMANIAN, HUNGARIAN, AND RUSSIAN M44 BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Romanian (B) Hungarian (C) Izhevsk Model: (All) M44 Serial No. (A) RF1855 (B) K3868 (C) BE5037 Caliber/Bore: (All) 7.62x54R Barrel Length: (All) 21” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of three M44 bolt action rifles. (A) C.A.I. import. Romanian receiver manufactured in 1954. Matching numbers aside from bolt. Cleaning rod not present. CONDITION: Metal components show wear and handling marks all around. Wood is in good condition showing wear to varnish and scattered handling marks. Bore is frosted and retains strong rifling. Action locks up tightly. (B) C.A.I. import. Russian receiver manufactured by Izhevsk in 1947. Matching numbers include receiver, bolt, floorplate, and buttplate. Bayonet not present. CONDITION: Metal components are excellent showing little wear to reapplied arsenal finish. Stock is good aside from areas of loss to the wood on handguard and scattered handling marks. Bore is bright, showing strong rifling. Action locks up tightly. (C) C.A.I. import. Hungarian receiver manufactured in 1953. Matching numbers include receiver, floorplate, and buttplate. Cleaning rod not present. CONDITION: Metal components show heavy wear and thinning to finish. Stock shows losses to wood and scattered handling marks. Mirror bore with strong rifling. Action locks up tightly. 700 - 1,000

1818 - (C) LOT OF 7: CARCANO BOLT ACTION CARBINES AND RIFLE. Manufacturer: (A) Terni (B) Italian (C) Gardone (D) Italian (E) Gardone (F) Terni (G) Brescia Model: (A) M91/38 (B) M91 (C) M91 Cavalry (D) M91/38 (E) M91 Cavalry (F) M91/38 (G) M91/38 Serial No. (A) N4764 (B) SF6369 (C) AS3367 (D) D7623 (E) A1810 (F) XD225 (G) SD5990 Caliber/Bore: (A) 7.35mm (B) 6.5mm (C) 6.5mm (D) 7.35mm (E) 6.5mm (F) 6.5mm (G) 6.5mm Barrel Length: (A) 21” (B) 18” (C) 27” (D) 21” (E) 18” (F) 21” (G) 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of seven Carcano bolt action carbines and rifle. (A) M91/38 receiver manufactured by Terni in 1939. No matching numbers. Finnish property stamp on left side of barrel. Complete with sling. (B) C.A.I. import. M91 receiver with crown over “FAT/42”. No matching numbers. Complete with cleaning rod and Brownell sling. (C) Import stamped on left side of barrel. Carcano M91 Cavalry Carbine receiver manufactured by Gardone. Receiver and stock match. Ejection port has been fitted with a Weaver scope. Stock has been extended. Bayonet swivel and bayonet not present. (D) M91/38 receiver manufactured in 1929. Rear sight and stock match receiver. Complete with sling. (E) C.A.I. import. M91 Cavalry receiver manufactured by Gardone. No matching numbers. Complete with swivel bayonet. (F) M91/38 receiver manufactured by Terni in 1938. Receiver has been drilled in four places. Receiver and stock match. Stock and barrel are Finnish property stamped. (G) M91/38 receiver manufactured by Brescia in 1940. Receiver matches stock. Complete with sling. CONDITION: All show wear to metal components with some showing corrosion. Stocks show scattered handling marks. Bores are all bright and retain strong rifling. 700 - 1,000

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1819 - (C) KOISHIKAWA ARSENAL TYPE 44 BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Koishikawa Model: Type 44 Carbine Serial No. 29584 Caliber/Bore: 6.5x50mm Japanese Barrel Length: 19 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Type 44 Carbine manufactured by Koishikawa, with no series marking. Mum is intact. Bolt, cocking knob, and floorplate assembly have been replaced with faux serial numbers to match receiver. Firing pin, rear sight, and dust cover are mismatched. First variation bayonet housing has original assembly number. Early variation two hole butt trap. Kanji characters on bottom of buttstock. Blued finish with strawed bolt release spring and rear sight spring. CONDITION: Blued components retain majority of finish, with scattered handling marks and light wear. Dust cover shows corrosion. Bolt has turned a gray patina. Strawed components show thinning. Receiver markings are good and show little wear. Stocks show scattered handling marks and indentations all around. Bright bore with good rifling throughout. This would make for a fine Type 44 for one to bring to the range. 700 - 1,000 1820 - (C) GERMAN WWII POVAZSKA BYSTRICA FACTORY G24 (T) BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Povaszka Bystrica Model: G24 (t) Serial No. 3851j Caliber/Bore: 8mm Mauser Barrel Length: 23 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic G24 (t) manufactured in Czechoslovakia by Povaszka Bystrica in 1942 to arm Germany’s forces in World War II. Essentially identical to the Czechoslovakian vz. 24, roughly a quarter million of these rifles were produced for Germany before production of the Kar 98k took precedence in Czechoslovakia. Receiver ring is marked “dou/42”. Matching numbers include the receiver, bolt, and stock. Waffenamt “A80” on receiver with “WaAA80” on stock. “H” Heer stamp on buttstock. Laminated stock with later war cupped buttplate numbered “115”. No import marks. Complete with cleaning rod. CONDITION: Metal components retain majority of blue finish with areas of patina showing through finish. Stocks show minor handling marks, aside from a chip at the toe. Mirror bore with strong rifling throughout. Mechanically excellent. A fine example of a uncommon German WWII rifle that would be sure to be a welcome addition to any WWII firearms enthusiast’s collection. MW 700 - 1,000 1821 - (C) NATIONAL POSTAL METER M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: National Postal Meter Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 4123875 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic National Postal Meter manufactured M1 carbine with Buffalo Arms barrel dated 7-43. Correct World War II configuration with rear flip sight and push button safety. Oval cut high wood stock with “NPM FJA” in square and crossed cannons proofs on right side of stock. Internal parts marked consistent with National Postal Meter production. Comes with reproduction green woven sling and oiler and ammo pouch marked “Biscayne Tent & Awning Co. 1943”. 15 round World War II vintage clip. CONDITION: Overall good with arsenal style refinish. Shootable bore (ME of 1) and good mechanics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. 1,000 - 1,500 1822 - (M) LRB ARMS M-14SA SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: LRB Model: M-14SA Serial No. 1247 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm NATO Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern LRB Arms Service grade rifle with chrome lined LRB marked barrel dated 5-04 and using USGI parts set and fiber glass brown military stock. LRB forged receiver with Harrington & Richardson USGI parts set, including GI flash hider with bayonet lug. LRB is known for fine quality built variations of the M14 rifle. Condition. CONDITION: Very fine with little or no actual use being evident. The chrome lined bore is bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. The forged LRB receiver is as new with no loss of finish other than the witness marking from the bolt and operating rod have been operated. The stock is a surplus as new GI fiberglass stock and has several very minor rubs in the finish but the stock is as new with no damage. The fiberglass handguard is as new with no use indicated. The action operates properly with no hesitation or problems. The rifle is with out a magazine however GI M14 magazine are readily available from numerous sources. 1,200 - 1,600

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1823 - (C) LOT OF 2: INLAND AND IRWIN-PEDERSEN M1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (A) Inland (B) IrwinPedersen Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 3645 (B) 1763355 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 18 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Inland M1 Carbine with flip rear sight, push button safety and type one narrow band. Barrel dated 7-42 , two rivet hanguard. Painted with South Korean Property markings on stock. Mixed manufacturers parts. CONDITION: Very good as most all restored finish remains on metal with only high point wear. Wood stocks are original with slight storage bruising and scratches. Bore is excellent and mechanics are excellent. (B) Rare Irwin Pedersen M1 Carbine. Assembled using mixed manufacturers parts. Unmarked high wood stock with two rivet hand guard, push safety and blank mag release, type one band. Evidence of a witness mark from prior bayonet lug. CONDITION, Very fine as totally restored. All contemporary finishes remain with only slight edge losses. Bore is excellent and mechanics are fine. 1,500 - 2,000

1824 - (C) LOT OF 2: LINED OUT UNDERWOOD AND IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1 CARBINES. Manufacturer: (A) Lined Out Underwood (B) Irwin-Pedersen Model: (BOTH) M1 Carbine Serial No. (A) 6462935 (B) 1764642 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .30 Carbine Barrel Length: (A) 17 - 3/4” (B) 17 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Lined out Underwood receiver with “A W” meaning it went to Winchester with the fulfilment of Underwood’s contract. I.B.M. marked barrel with no date. Gun was imported by “ARL Ord” and so marked on under side of barrel. Mixed internal parts showing refit for Korea. Stock cut for M-2. Late style adjustable rear sight, flip safety, clip release and sling band with bayonet stud. Comes with green woven sling, ammo pouch and three 15 round mags. CONDITION: Overall good with arsenal refinish. Wood has service marks and has been cleaned. Shootable bore (ME of 2) with good mechanics. (B) Irwin Pedersen manufactured M-1 carbine made between November 1942 and March 1943. Barrel markings have been obliterated in arsenal refinish. Mixed maker internal parts. Correct flat style bolt. Late style adjustable sight, flip safety, clip release and bayonet stud sling band. Cut stock with “RIA” rearsenal mark. Comes with green woven sling and oiler. CONDITION: Overall good with arsenal refinish. Cleaned wood. Shootable bore with ME of 2. 1,500 - 2,000

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1825 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 289811 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Springfield Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Springfield receiver made in July of 1944 with Springfield made barrel dated 2-65. Springfield marked bolt, milled trigger group and op-rod. Late style rear sight. Walnut stocks with “P” in square tang proof. Comes with World War II style oiler and cleaning kit. CONDITION: Overall good with 70% arsenal refinish remaining. Wood has dark finish with sharp cartouche. Good mechanics with shootable bore. TE reading: 2. ME reading: 2. 1,500 - 2,500

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1826 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND AND M1 NAVY SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (A) M1 Garand (B) M1 Navy Serial No. (A) 998833 (B) 3296882 Caliber/Bore: (A) .30-06 (B) .308 Barrel Length: (A) 24” (B) 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) Springfield M1 Garand receiver made in November of 1942 with a Springfield made barrel dated 4-44. Springfield bolt and milled trigger group with SA marked op rod. “SA EMF” cartouched stock with crossed cannons and “P” in circle proofs. Lock bar rear sight. Comes with original oiler, grease, rope cleaning brush and tool. Reproduction green woven sling and ammo pouch with lot. CONDITION: Good overall with light handling marks. Shootable bore with TE: 4, ME: 2. Forestock and handguard possibly replaced. Mechanically sound. B) Springfield marked receiver manufactured in November 1944 rebarreled by Springfield in 9-65 and converted to 7.62 NATO for the U.S. Navy. Stamped all Springfield marked trigger group and bolt. “RA” marked op rod with “NM” for National Match made by Remington. Late adjustable rear sight. Walnut unmarked wood stocks. Comes with tool in butt. CONDITION: Overall good with light handling marks. Mechanically sound with good bore. Action marked in felt pen “Navy” and “7.62 m/m. 2,300 - 3,200

1827 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO ARSENAL SAM7SF SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Arsenal Model: (BOTH) SAM7SF Serial No. (A) BE530827 (B) XK533351 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: (A) 16 - 1/2” (B) 16 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Standard Arsenal SAM7SF imported by Arsenal in Las Vegas with milled receiver, two chamber muzzle brake, left side thumb safety lever, folding stock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (B) Standard Arsenal SAM7SF imported by Arsenal in Las Vegas with milled receiver, two chamber muzzle brake, left side thumb safety lever, folding stock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes with three additional magazines. 2,000 - 3,000

1828 - (M) SPRINGFIELD M1A SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1A Serial No. 17786 Caliber/Bore: .308 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Modern Commercial Springfield Armory M1A rifle. Caliber 7.62x51 / .308 Winchester. GI Walnut stock with bipod and fitted with match rear sight. Chrome lined bore, 20 round magazine and cotton M1 pattern sling. CONDITION. Very fine with excellent bore that shows little to no use. Walnut stock as typical has several minor nicks and bruises but no cracks or material loss. Bipod is very fine and appears to be a commercial variation. Action operates properly and smoothly. 1,250 - 1,750

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1829 - (M) VECTOR ARMS V93 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Vector Arms Model: V93 Serial No. U9124 Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington Barrel Length: 16 - 1/4” FFL Status: Modern US Manufactured version of the Heckler & Koch HK93/ HK33 rifle. Chambered for the 5.56 NATO or .223 cartridge with wood German furniture and German 40 round magazine. Paddle magazine release with standard drum diopter rear sight and hooded post front sight. Traditional German cage flash hider and fluted chamber to assist in fail safe operation. Equipped with German leather H&K carry sling. Rifle is missing trigger group or fire control unit. CONDITION, Very good with excellent bore. Excellent exterior finish. 1,000 - 1,500 1830 - (C) WINCHESTER M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE CHAMBERED FOR 7.62MM/.308 WIN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 1317621 Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Receiver manufactured in 1943. Built into the Navy configuration and chambered for the 7.62mm NATO cartridge with cartridge block in magazine. Barrel is Springfield 3-66 dated and marked “7.62MM”. The rifle is accompanied with CMP paperwork indicating that, by serial number, it was sold as a receiver only in November 2001. A quantity of these USGI 7.62mm barrels were sold at the same time by the CMP. Walnut stocks have no visible markings and have been armory refinished at prior time. CONDITION: Very fine as custom assembled. Bore is excellent to as new. TE reading: less than 1. ME reading: less than 1. Receiver is very good as arsenal refinished. Stocks are good as armory refinished and without inspection. Action operates properly and mechanics appear fine. 1,000 - 1,400 1831 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOXED RUGER MINI-14 AND MINI-30 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ruger Model: (A) Mini-14 (B) Mini-30 Serial No. (A) 185-85421 (B) 18931128 Caliber/Bore: (A) .223 Remington (B) 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: (BOTH) 18 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Stainless steel Ruger Mini-14 with hardwood stock and composite handguard. CONDITION: Few light handling marks. (B) Blued Mini-30 with hardwood stock and composite handguard. CONDITION: Few light handling marks. Both carbines feature rotary magazine and sling swivels. Two of the most reliable semi-automatic rifles ever built and both near new. Both come with the original cardboard shipping boxes. 1,000 - 2,000

1832 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP1 AR15 1982 WITH COLT 3X20 SCOPE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SP1 Serial No. SP194720 Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington Barrel Length: 20” FFL Status: Modern Standard pre-ban early 1980’s configuration. Non-forward assist. Birdcage flashider. Triangle forend. C marked on the bolt carrier group. MPC marked bolt. Made in 1982. Gun is equipped with a 3x20 Colt marked scope, made in Japan. 20 round Colt magazine. Black nylon sling. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall with some light handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Stocks are fine with minor handling marks. Fine mechanical function. Optics on scope are fine. GR 1,000 - 1,500 248

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1833 - (C) US UNDERWOOD M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: Underwood Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 2667519 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Underwood barrel is dated 1944. The walnut hand guard has wide groove with two rivets. Early flip up rear sight stamped “S”. Front sight stamped “EU”. Stock has cartouche stamped on right side of walnut stock that is not readable. CONDITION: Stock as numerous dings and arsenal finish. Comes with sling and one magazine. Nice mid-war piece. 800 - 1,200

1834 - (M) CORE 30 MOE SS 16 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Core Model: 30 MOE Serial No. CXXX000767 Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester Barrel Length: 16 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Chambered for .308 Win/ 7.62 Nato. 16 “ 4150 steel barrel with 1 in 10 twist. Magpul package includes Magpul “SOCOM” 3 prong flash hider, Magpul retractable butt stock, pistol grip, and front hand guards. Both lower and upper are billet machined from forged from 7075-T6 aluminum. All Core Rifle have a full lifetime warranty from the manufacturer. CONDITION. As new and unfired in factory box with instruction manual and 20 round magpul magazine. 850 - 1,250

1835 - (C) USGI M1 CARBINE MADE BY IRWIN PEDERSON. Manufacturer: Irwin Pederson Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 1790050 Caliber/Bore: .30 Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard arsenal post-World War II upgrade. Adjustable rear sight. Bayonet lug. “AAP” cartouche on right side of stock just under the rear of the receiver. Nice clear crossed cannon cartouche on right side of stock. “T” carved lightly in the right side of the stock. 2-43 Underwood barrel. USGI 15 round magazine. Reproduction sling. CONDITION: Retains 60% finish. All markings are clear. Stock is very good with dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR 800 - 1,200

1836 - (C) US IRWIN-PEDERSON M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Manufacturer: Irwin-Pederson Model: M1 Carbine Serial No. 1783161 Caliber/Bore: .30 Carbine Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Underwood barrel is dated 4-43. The walnut hand guard has wide groove with two rivets. Early flip-up rear sight stamped “S”. Front sight stamped “N-SG”. Stock has cartouche stamped “SG” with wheel on right side of walnut stock with “P” in circle on wrist. CONDITION: Stock is in excellent condition with minor handling marks. Metal retains most of its original arsenal finish. Comes with sling and one magazine. Nice mid-war piece. 800 - 1,200

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1837 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: M1 Garand Serial No. 281331 Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1941 manufacture with 6-44 barrel date. Three piece GI walnut stocks with all Springfield late-war parts. CONDITION: Very good with most arsenal reapplied finish remaining with only high point wear and losses. Walnut stocks have been lightly sanded and reconfigured for target use and a contemporary oil finish applied. Bore shiny and slightly worn. TE reading: 7. ME reading: 3.75. Action is crisp and operates properly. Very attractive and functional M1 Garand rifl. Comes with cotton M1 sling. 800 - 1,200 1838 - (C) LOT OF 2: CZ AND SWISS SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) CZ (B) Swiss Model: (A) 52 (B) 1911 Serial No. (A) G69079 (B) 149001 Caliber/Bore: (A) 7.62x45 (B) 7.5x55 Barrel Length: (A) 21” (B) 23 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic (A) CZ Model 52 rifle chambered for the proprietary 7.62x45 cartridge. Side folding bayonet with 10 round detachable magazine. Known as the SHE rifle. CONDITION: Fair as wood and metal have been refinished. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling. Action is smooth and operates properly. (B) Swiss Schmidt Rueben Model 1911 Carbine. Caliber 7.5x55. Matching numbers and “P” marked indicating private purchase. CONDITION: Very good with excellent sharp and bright bore. Smooth action and matching numbers. Buttstock appears to have been subjected to high heat at butt and is hat darkened. 400 - 600

1839 - (M) HIGH STANDARD HSA-15A4/ M4 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: High Standard Model: HSA-15A4/M4 Serial No. RES10401 Caliber/Bore: .223 Rem or 5.56mm NATO Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Modern High Standard AR 15 Model 4 HSA 15. Standard black configuration semi-automatic AR styled rifle. Outfitted with a collapsible folding stock, picatinny rail receiver, flash hider and bayonet lug. The barrel is a 16” with a 1 in 9 twist. Includes a NHMTG 30 round magazine, original owners manual and box. CONDITION: Like new, showing very little evidence of use beyond test firing, likely at the factory. JTH 400 - 800

1840 - (M) JAMES RIVER ARMORY JRAK 47 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: James River Armory Model: JRAK 47 Serial No. TX7422 Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm Barrel Length: 16” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured in Burgaw, North Carolina using a combination of US domestic parts and Russian parts. Finished in a soft military blue finish with laminated Russian stocks and composite pistol grip. Most parts internally are US manufactured as to comply with current regulations. 16” chrome lined US manufactured barrel with removable angular flash hider muzzle compensator. Rifle looks and feels like the original Russian produced AK-47. Comes with steel magazine. CONDITION: Very fine with little indication of actual use and possibly only test fired. Stocks have several very small scratches and abrasions from storage. Blue finish is excellent with little or no losses. Bore is bright and shiny with sharp lands and grooves. Action operates properly. 400 - 600 250

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1841 - (M) ROCK RIVER ARMS LAR-15 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Manufacturer: Rock River Arms Model: LAR-15 Serial No. KT1122884 Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm Barrel Length: 17 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Rocker River Arms Carbine A2 - LAR15. As new from the factory. This features RRA LAR receiver, featuring a RRA two stage trigger, upper handle and rear sight. A forged A2 chrome moly barrel with a 1 in 9 twist, a A2 flash hider, and mounted with the A2 front sight. The stock features an RRA six position tactical stock, and handguard. Included plastic factory case, magazine and manuals. CONDITION: Like new from the factory. JTH 400 - 600

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 1842 - (M) LJUTIC BB/LTX SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Ljutic Model: BB/LTX Serial No. 3446 Barrel Length: 33 - 1/8” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: 13 - 1/2” Chamber: 3 - 1/2” Choke: 0.033 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.738 Weight: 8lbs 10oz Highly thought of trap guns, this gun with high ventilated matted top rib with two white beads. Forearm with finger grooves is checkered in wave pattern with push button opener at center. Blued unengraved action with makers name and model on bottom. Full knob pistol grip buttstock checkered in wave pattern through wrist with high comb and adjustable butt with black pad. Beautiful fiddle back grain through butt. CONDITION: Excellent showing some limited use. Retains 98% original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. 2,500 - 3,500

1843 - (C) SCARCE L.C. SMITH SPECIALTY GRADE SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: LC Smith Model: Specialty Trap Serial No. 113142 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 13 - 7/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: 0.024 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: 0.725 Weight: 8lbs 8oz Made with raised matted ventilated top rib with white mid and red front bead. Large forearm with Schnabel tip and roll type release is checkered in three point pattern. Action is engraved in typical “Specialty” Grade pattern with scroll and birds. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a replacement Silvers type pad. CONDITION: Excellent as partially restored. Barrels retain approximately 95% of an older restored finish. Action retains about a third of its original color. Stocks have been professionally restored and retain most of their restored finish. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 1,500 - 2,500

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1844 - (M) BROWNING BT99 PIGEON GRADE SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning Model: BT99 Serial No. 01909RP199 Barrel Length: 34” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: 0.043 Gauge: 12 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: 0.728 Weight: 8lbs 6oz High Grade Browning Single Barrel Trap shotgun with matted ventilated rib and two steel beads. Large trap forend is checkered in point pattern with Deeley release. Action is near full coverage engraved in coin finish with floral scroll and Pigeons on sides. Gold plated single trigger, auto ejector, no safety. The full knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern with Monte Carlo at butt and terminates in a white lined Browning pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine showing very limited use. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. 1,500 - 2,500 1845 - (C) PARKER REPRODUCTION DHE GRADE 20 BORE WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Parker DHE Reproduction Serial No. 20-03760 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 3/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/8” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .004 (R) .022 Gauge: 20 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .619 Weight: 6lbs 6oz

Made in Japan, standard configuration DHE grade with matted concave top rib with brass front bead. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and auto safety. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley release. Action is engraved in standard DHE reproduction pattern with scroll and game scenes. Straight grip buttstock is checkered in standard DHE Grade pattern with tear drop behind action, brass oval near toe and terminates with an engraved skeleton buttplate. Long tang trigger guard is engraved in scroll and with serial number. Housed in its original Emmebi case with canvas cover. CONDITION: Very fine as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original barrel and trigger guard blue with minor toning. Case colors are around 90% with toning on belly of frame. Stocks are crisp as is checkering with only very minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Case is excellent with only minor scuffs. 2,500 - 3,500 1846 - (C) BEAUTIFUL WINCHESTER MODEL 21 16 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 21 Serial No. 16301 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 5/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .025 (R) .009 Gauge: 16 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .665 Weight: 7lbs 5oz Lovely Standard Grade 16 Bore gun with matted top rib that has white mid and red front bead. Barrels with proof marks and serial number on flats and chokes marked Mod/Full. Made with beavertail forend which is checkered in wave and diamond pattern with blued iron and blued roll type release. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and auto safety. Blued unengraved action. Flame grained American walnut full knob pistol grip buttstock checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a Winchester brand pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine as partially restored. Barrels and action retain nearly all of their original blued finish with minor edge wear. Frame retains nearly all blued finish as well. Stocks are superb as restored with only very minor handling marks. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. A beautiful smaller bore Model 12. 4,500 - 6,500 252

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1847 - (C) FINE WESTLEY RICHARDS SXS SHOTGUN MADE FOR ABERCROMBIE & FITCH. Manufacturer: Westley Richards Model: SxS Serial No. 18985 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14-5/8 Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: R - .030 L - .052 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: R - .729 L - .728 Weight: 7lbs This handsome gun was made by Westley Richards for noted American retailer Abercrombie & Fitch. The gun has a plain tapered top rib with maker name and steel bead. The slim beaver tail forend is checkered in a four point pattern with Deeley release. The case colored action is fully engraved in scroll pattern and looks much like a Holland & Holland Royal. Made with single trigger, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. The finely figured straight grip buttstock is checkered in a two point pattern with engraved gold shield at toe and terminates with a checkered butt and has a tear drop behind the action. CONDITION: Excellent showing limited use. Barrels retain about 95% of their original blued finish. Action retains about all of its dark bold original case color. Stocks are excellent with only minor handling marks. Bores are bright and shiny, mechanics crisp. A gorgeous high grade gun! 3,500 - 5,500 1848 - (C) A.H. FOX B GRADE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: A.H. Fox Model: B Grade Serial No. 200635 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (BOTH) Full Gauge: 20 Bore Made in Philadelphia. Krupp fluid steel concave barrels with Fox proof on flats. Concave and matte rib with white front bead and rib extension. Action and barrels engraved in typical early Philadelphia BE grade pattern. Double triggers, auto ejectors, auto safety. Checkered splinter forend with light engraving on medallion at center, point pattern checkering. English walnut butt with point pattern checkering through the wrist terminating with a Pachmayr brand waffle pad. CONDITION: Barrels possibly refinished with 95% remaining, traces of original case color on frame. Screw heads show some marring. Most original blue on trigger guard. Excellent bores. Wood possibly refinished. Ejectors function well. Tight on face. Overall nice, clean attractive gun. 3,500 - 4,000 1849 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 23 “ONE OF 500” TWO BARREL SET SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 23 Serial No. WBS257E Barrel Length: (BOTH) 25 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/4” Chamber: (A) 3” (B) 2-3/4” Choke: (BOTH) Improved Cylinder / Modified Gauge: (A) 20 Bore (B) 28 Bore Weight: 6lbs 14oz Two barrel set with two beavertail forends. Set #1 of monoblock manufacture in 20 gauge with 3” chambers, matted rib, and wedge of scroll engraving near breach. Set #2, 28 gauge with 2-3/4” chambers, monoblock manufacture, with wedge of scroll near breach ends and matted concave top rib. Beavertail forends with carved fleur-de-lis and wave checkering pattern. Action is nicely scroll engraved with gold inlays on sides and large dog on bottom with fallen bird in his mouth. Gold plated single selective trigger, auto ejectors, auto safety. Capped pistol grip buttstock with checkered cheeks and carved fleur-de-lis pattern through the wrist. Gold colored oval near toe of stock and butt terminates with thin black pad. Housed in a two barrel brown leather case with red interior. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal. Appears factory test fired only. Case is excellent with minor rubs. 2,000 - 3,500

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1850 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 SIDE BY SIDE 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 21 Serial No. 16701 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14” Choke: (L) Full (R) Full Gauge: 12 Bore Features beaver tail forearm, single selective trigger, ejectors, deluxe wood, and 1” Hawkins pad. CONDITION: 95% original blue on barrels with light scuffs and scratches. 85% blue on frame with the majority missing on underside. Trigger guard worn to grey patina. Wood has various dents and scratches from hunting use. Tight on face, ejectors are sticky. Excellent bores. 2,000 - 3,000

1851 - (C) SCARCE PARKER BROS. VHE 12 GAUGE SKEET SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Parker Bros. Model: VHE Serial No. 239090 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 13 - 7/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Skeet / Skeet Gauge: 12 Bore Weight: 7lbs 3 oz. Parker Skeet 12 gauge shotguns are relatively scarce and hard to come by. This Remington produced gun has all the features collectors want to see on a true Parker Skeet gun - 26” Vulcan Steel barrels, original beavertail forend, straight stock, single trigger, barrel flats marked “Skeet in / Skeet Out”, and checkered buttplate. Action engraved in typical late V grade pattern with “Parker” on bottom of frame. Made on a 1-1/2 frame. Original stocks checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and point pattern on forend. CONDITION: Good to very good. Barrels retain about 90% of an older restored finish. Stocks are very good with scattered hunting bumps and scratches with pin repair at head and retain most of an older restored finish. Checkering thinned. Action retains about 20% original color. Bores are very good. Mechanics are also very good. 2,000 - 3,000

1852 - (C) AUGUSTE FRANCOTTE 12 BORE SXS MADE FOR ABERCROMBIE AND FITCH. Manufacturer: A. Francotte Model: SxS Serial No. 1235 Barrel Length: 26 - 1/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: .006(R) .022(L) Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: R - .725 L - .726 Weight: 6lbs 10oz

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Made by Francotte for the American market this handsome gun with raised matted concave top rib with small brass front bead. Barrels marked on tops “A. Francotte Maker and Patentee / Abercrombie & Fitch / Made in Belgium”. Full case hardened sidelock action with side clips is nicely scroll engraved as is the blued top lever and trigger guard. Made with single trigger, auto ejectors, and auto safety. Ball grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist with very nicely figured French walnut and terminates with a checkered hard rubber buttplate. Splinter forend is checkered in point pattern and has Anson type push button release. CONDITION: Very fine. Barrels retain about 95% of their original blued finish. Action retains about 80% original case color quite bold on sides, toned on bottom. Stocks are very good with handling marks and more pronounced on left side and there are three more significant impressions on left side but generally very good. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are gummed up with top lever being stiff. 2,000 - 3,000

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1853 - (C) A.H. FOX CE GRADE 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: A.H. Fox Model: SxS CE Grade Serial No. 22094 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 1/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (BOTH) .034 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .721 (R) .722 Weight: 7lbs 10oz Made in Philadelphia, this CE grade has all the standard features you will find on a nice Fox game gun. Made with double triggers, auto ejectors, and auto safety. The Krupp fluid steel barrels have a matted rib with two beads and are engraved near the breach ends. Splinter forend is checkered in standard CE pattern with Deeley release and triangular ebony tip. The capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered behind the action and in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates in a modern black pad with two 1/4” spacers. Action is engraved in standard CE grade pattern. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain most of an older restored blued finish. Action is mostly gray with no color remaining. Stocks are sound and retain most of an older restored finish, checkering mostly visible. Mechanics are good, bores are bright and shiny. 2,000 - 3,000 1854 - (C) A.H. FOX BE GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: AH Fox Model: BE Grade Serial No. 15713 Barrel Length: 25 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 7/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/4” Length of Pull: 13 - 1/4” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Modified / Improved Cylinder Gauge: 12 Bore Made in 1911 by Ansley H. Fox Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gun features blued steel barrels with matted concave rib, ejectors, and twin beads. Case hardened boxlock action with single selective trigger, automatic safety, and “BE” fine line engraving. Figured checkered walnut buttstock with original hard rubber buttplate and round knob grip. Splinter forend with latch release. CONDITION: Barrels retain 80% blue with light discoloring and excellent bores. Action has 70% fading case colors with handling wear. Rear bead missing on barrels. Mechanics are good except right ejector does not function correctly. Wood has light handling marks with a small crack behind tang with 70% original varnish. 2,000 3,000 1855 - (C) WILLIAM CASHMORE HAMMER DOUBLE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: William Cashmore Model: Double Hammer Serial No. 13688 Barrel Length: 32 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/4” Drop at Heel: 2” Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (BOTH) Full Gauge: 20 Bore Weight: 7 lbs William Cashmore company operated in Birmingham from the late 1880’s to the early 1900’s. Firm was rumored to have made several guns for Annie Oakley. Gun is a double hammer side by side shotgun with Nitro proofed fluid steel blued barrels marked “Wm. Cashmore Maker Birmingham”. Case hardened action with “W. Cashmore” in gold on each lock. Tiger grained walnut straight checkered stock with horn buttplate. Walnut splinter type checkered forend with push button release. Silver stock shield on top of comb. CONDITION: 90% barrel blue with bright bores. 50% case colors with some areas fading to brown and some discoloration. Wood has 60% of hand rubbed finish with light handling marks. 1,500 - 2,000

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1856 - (M) F.N. BROWNING “D-3” TYPE CUSTOM SUPERPOSED BROADWAY TRAP OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning F.N. Model: Superposed Trap Serial No. 46058S75 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (O) .041 (U) .021 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .725 Weight: 7lbs 15oz Beautiful Belgian made gun with wide Broadway rib with steel beads. Barrels have been ported. Custom forend with schnabel tip is checkered in wave and point pattern. Made with FN single selective trigger, (European style) auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. Receiver is engraved in Grade D3 pattern with near full coverage scroll engraving with floral bursts on sides, bottom and trigger guard bow. Custom straight grip buttstock with checkered cheeks, and tear drop behind action is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates in a black leather covered pad. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains nearly all custom finish to stocks. Barrels retain nearly all of their custom blue. Coin finished action is very nice with only minor staining noted. Really a beautiful high grade trap gun with dazzling engraving! 2,500 - 4,000

1857 - (M) WINCHESTER “PRESENTATION GRADE” OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN IN FACTORY BOX. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Presentation Grade Serial No. K489552E Barrel Length: 27” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Gauge: 12 Bore Made in Japan, these guns were imported from 1984-1987. Vent rib barrel with matted rib marked “Presentation Grade”. Schnabel tip forend with engraved Deeley release. Blued frame is highly engraved with gold pheasants on both sides. Full knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates in a Winchester brand recoil pad. Made with auto ejectors, single selective trigger, and non-auto safety. CONDITION: Extremely find and near new. Gun has only minute handling marks. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 2,000 - 3,000

1858 - (M) BROWNING DIANA GRADE BROADWAY TRAP MODEL SUPERPOSED OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning Model: Superposed Serial No. 84417S8 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: I.Mod/Full Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .725 Weight: 8lbs 8oz Made in 1968, this Broadway trap gun features wide low profile ventilated matted rib with white mid and front beads. Large forend is checkered in point pattern with engraved latch release. Fully engraved in standard Diana Grade pattern with coin finish. Engraver’s signature “L. Acampo” noted on right side in game scene. Gold plated single selective trigger, auto ejectors, non auto safety. Short tang trigger guard. Full knob pistol grip buttstock checkered in point pattern and terminates with a Browning brand white lined waffle pad. CONDITION: Very fine as partially restored. Barrels retain nearly all of what appears to be their original blued finish. Stocks appear to be factory replacements and no salt damage is noted. Action retains most of its coin finish. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. A very nice trap gun. 2,000 - 3,500

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1859 - (M) BERETTA S687 EELL OVER/ UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN WITH CHOKE TUBES. Manufacturer: Beretta Model: S687 EELL Serial No. M83144B Barrel Length: 29 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4” Chamber: 3” Choke: Tubes Gauge: 12 Bore Weight: 8lbs 1oz Made with wide low profile matted ventilated top rib with white front bead. Forend is checkered on sides in point pattern with Schnabel tip and latch release. Coin finished action is nicely floral scroll engraved and marked on bottom “P. Beretta / S687 EELL. Gold plated single selective trigger, auto ejectors, non auto safety. Trigger plate marked with engravers signature “Botega Giovanelli”. Full knob pistol grip buttstock with palm swell on right side, gold oval near toe, is checkered in two point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a black leather covered pad. Accompanied by three additional choke tubes. CONDITION: Extremely fine as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 2,000 - 3,000

1860 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 101 PIGEON GRADE 12 BORE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 101 Pigeon Grade Serial No. PK385561 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Modern Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/8” Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/8” (back of Monte Carlo) Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Marked Mod / Full Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: .729 (Both Barrels) Weight: 8lbs 9oz

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Made in Japan, with wide matted low profile ventilated rib and white front bead. Forend checkered in point pattern with spring loaded latch release and small Schnabel tip. Blued action is near full coverage engraved in standard Pigeon Grade pattern with gold inlays. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. Full knob pistol grip buttstock of flame grained American Walnut is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and has checkered side panels and terminates in a ventilated Winchester brand white lined pad and also has small Monte Carlo. CONDITION: Extremely fine showing limited use. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. Mechanics are fine. Bores are brilliant and shiny. 2,000 - 3,000 1861 - (M) WEATHERBY ATHENA GRADE O/U .410 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Weatherby Model: Athena Serial No. FF00029 Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14” Chamber: 3” Gauge: .410 Bore Weight: 6lbs 120z Made in Japan with low profile ventilated matted rib with white front bead. Forend with finger grooves on sides is checkered is checkered in point pattern and Deeley latch release. Coin finished action is lightly scroll engraved with gold Crown on top lever. Made with gold plated single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and non-auto safety. Full knob pistol grip buttstock with white lined rosewood grip cap, is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with a Weatherby brand waffle pad. Comes with velcro pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only minor handling marks. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 1,500 - 3,000

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1862 - (M) LOT OF 2: BELGIUM BROWNING A-5 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (A) A5 Light Twelve (B) A5 Magnum Serial No. (A) 70G22603 (B) 8V4865 Barrel Length: (A) 26” (B) 32” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 3” Choke: (A) Imp (B) Full Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Bore Lot consists of: (A) Lightweight Model with vent rib barrel, blue finish, high gloss hand checkered pistol grip stock, and monogram buttplate. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with a minor handling mark or two. Made in 1970. (B) Magnum Model with vent rib barrel. The buttstock has the older type round knob with waffle pad. CONDITION: This gun has been used. The trigger guard is brown patina. Frame has high edge wear and barrel has wear at contact points with 90% remains but starting to thin. The stock has oil spotting in places and finish is wearing thin from use with wear to checkering but still excellent.Bore is bright and shiny. Made in 1958. 1,000 - 1,500

1863 - (M) BERETTA A400 XCEL SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN, CASED. Manufacturer: Beretta Model: A400 Xcel Serial No. XA189512 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8” Chamber: 3” Choke: Tubes Gauge: 12 These versatile target guns need no introduction to competitive shooters. This gun with blue frame and black recoil system. Wood stocks are checkered in ribband pattern. Made with ventilated matted top rib. Housed in its original Beretta case. CONDITION: Near new, perhaps test fired only. Case is excellent with only very minor rubs. All accessories and paperwork in the case also near new. 1,000 - 1,500

1864 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 1100 “MATCHED PAIR” NUMBER 859 - A 28 BORE AND 410 BORE. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Remington Model: (BOTH) 1100 Serial No. (A) L106328J (B) L080932H Barrel Length: (A) 25” (B) 25” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 13 - 7/8” Chamber: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 2 1/2” Choke: (BOTH) Skeet Gauge: (A) 28 Gauge (B) .410 Gauge Lot consists of a very pretty matched pair of Remington 1100 Guns. (A) 28 gauge with matted vent rib barrel with steel mid and white front bead. Checkered forearm in fleur-de-lis pattern. Blued action is lightly scroll engraved with gold highlights. Full knob pistol grip buttstock with white lined cap, checkered through the wrist and terminates with a white lined Browning brand basket weave pad. CONDITION: Excellent as field used. Retains about 90% original metal finish. Stocks with finish added to forearm are sound with very light handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. (B) Same as (A) except in .410 bore. CONDITION: Excellent as very lightly field used. Retains about 95%+ original metal finish. Sound with very light handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. A dandy and useful pair of guns for Dad and Daughter! 1,500 - 2,500

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1865 - (M) CUSTOM REMINGTON MODEL 1100 TD 12 BORE SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1100 Trap Serial No. L314480 Barrel Length: 27 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: 0.044 Gauge: 12 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: 0.734 Weight: 8lbs 6oz Nicely made gun with matted ventilated rib barrel with steel mid and white front bead. Stocks by Brent Umberger with well checkered forearm with flowing wave pattern on forearm and panels on butt. Action is engraved in “D” Grade pattern with scroll as is breech end of barrel. Full knob pistol grip buttstock with panel checkering, gold name plate in grip cap, small Monte Carlo, and terminates with a black “OLDE ENGLISH” Pachmayr brand pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine as very lightly field used. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with only very minor handling marks. Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. 1,500 - 2,500

1866 - (M) FINE REMINGTON “1100D” 28 BORE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1100D Serial No. M087270J Barrel Length: 25” FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Gauge: 28 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: 0.544 Weight: 7lbs 12oz Fine little 28 gauge Remington in “D” Grade. Made with full length matted ventilated top rib with steel mid and white front beads. Beautifully checkered forend with finger grooves on sides checkered in wave border pattern with diamond at center. Action is nicely scroll engraved in typical D grade pattern with scroll on sides, top, and border pattern on bottom. Fabulously figured American walnut full knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in wave border pattern, has beautiful pistol grip which is white lined, and terminates with a Pachmayr brand basked weave pad. CONDITION: Extremely fine, showing only light field use. Retains nearly all original factory finishes to both wood and metal surfaces with only very light handling marks and a couple of small spots missing in the blue. These are beautiful guns that are great in the field. 2,000 - 3,500

1867 - (M) BROWNING A-BOLT HUNTER MODEL BOLT ACTION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Browning Model: A-Bolt Serial No. 10128NT652 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: 3” Gauge: 12 Bore Features two shot magazine, select satin finished walnut stock, no sights, and set-up with Browning scope mount. Manufactured by Miroku Japan. CONDITION: Near new with most original factory finish remaining. Bore is near mint. 800 - 1,000

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1868 - (C+M) LOT OF 4: QUALITY SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (A) J.C Higgins (B) J.C Higgins (C) Remington (D) Remington Model: (A) Model 20 (B) Model 20 (C) 870 Express (D) Wingmaster Model 870 Serial No. (A) NSN (B) NSN (C) X193154M (D) 934804X Barrel Length: (A) 26 - 5/8” (B) 26 - 5/8” (C) 28 - 1/2” (D) 27 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (A) 2 - 3/4” (B) 2 3/4” (C) 3” (D) 2 - 3/4” Choke: (A) Cutt Gauge: (A) 12 Gauge (B) 12 Gauge (C) 12 Gauge (D) 20 Gauge Lot consists of: Four shotguns with blue or matte finish and wood stocks. All show use with exception to the near mint 20 Remington 870 and 90% Remington express. (A & B) Sears retail models. Both have Cutt’s type chokes. CONDITION: Fair used, action and barrel have areas of oxidation, pitting, and scratches commiserate with use, with areas of roughness in the bore. (C) Remington 870 Express. Matte finish and removable choke. CONDITION: 98% with some light handling marks. Good bore and action. (D) Remington 870 Wingmaster with vent rib and blue finish. CONDITION: 98% overall with a mirror bore. 600 - 900 1869 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 12 Serial No. 815818 Barrel Length: 26 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: Polychoke Gauge: 12 Made in 1939. Winchester Model 12 “Skeet” Grade with raised solid rib, twin beads and Polychoke. Gun has checkered beavertail forearm with walnut plain pistol grip stock with Pachmayr vented recoil pad. Winchester proof steel barrel marked “WS-1” and bottom of receiver marked “SKEET”. Blued takedown receiver with blued barrel and magazine tube. CONDITION: Barrel retains 90% blue with three neatly plugged holes in the rib and added Polychoke. Receiver retains 90% blue along with magazine tube. Forearm is original with checkering worn flat. Buttstock is a replacement and is cracked at the comb and discolored. Mechanically solid and functions fine. 500 - 700

1870 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN, TRENCH GUN CONFIGURATION, MADE IN 1910. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1897 Serial No. E504539 Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Choke: Full Gauge: 12 Bore This is not an original Trench Gun. “FULL” choke marked barrel has been shortened to 22 inches. A reproduction heat shield with bayonet lug has been added. Matching numbers. Made in 1910. Reproduction buttplate. CONDITION: Metal has a mottled look, mixture of patina and touch up. Markings are clear. Some slight pitting and dings. Wood has dings and handling marks, shows wear. Bore is dirty, has 3 bumps along the bottom from where the heat shield screws go (there are no holes in the barrel). Fine mechanical function. GR 500 - 700

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1871 - (M) LOT OF 2: QUALITY 12 BORE SHOTGUNS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (A) 1300 (B) 40 Serial No. (A) L2938847 (B) 1134 Barrel Length: (A) 18” (B) 20 1/4” FFL Status: Modern Chamber: (B) 2 - 3/4” Gauge: (BOTH) 12 Bore Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 1300 Defender. Basically your typical riot gun with full magazine, blue finish, hardwood pistol grip non-checkered stock, slide action, and rubber butt. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. (B) Winchester Model 40 semi-automatic. Beautifully finished pre-war semi-automatic shotgun that featured a quality hand checkered walnut pistol grip stock and forend with Winchester monogrammed buttplate. The frame exhibits that pre-war high polish blue finish with rust blued barrel. The barrel is mounted with a Cutts compensater. CONDITION: The metal has a few handling marks but retains virtually all of the original factory blue with excellent stocks. Minty bore. 500 - 800

1872 - DUMMY WWII THOMPSON 1928A1 SMG. Built on a solid aluminum receiver. Original parts kit featuring a finned barrel with compensator. “L” style rear sight. Stock has a British sling swivel modification where it was moved from the bottom to the top. Stock has remnants of British painted markings on the right side. The forend appears to be a reproduction that is ill fitting. Accompanied by an original 30 round magazine. CONDITION: The barrel and compensator have been painted black with some minor pitting underneath. Bore is fine with strong rifling. The lower retains a pleasing patina. Stock and grip have some dings and handling marks. Magazine has strong spring tension. GR 500 - 1,000

1873 - DUMMY WWII THOMPSON M1A1 SMG. Assembled by IMA with a solid aluminum receiver. Built using original parts. Barrel is still serviceable. Accompanied by a 30 round magazine and NOBUKL sling. CONDITION: Metal parts retain 95% finish. Wood has numerous dings and handling marks as well as some gouges in the right side. All markings are clear. Bore has strong rifling. GR 500 - 1,000

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1874 - LOT OF 47: TINS OF PERCUSSION CAPS AND AMMUNITION. Lot consists of: Forty seven different tins and cap boxes of percussion caps and ammunition. CONDITION: Some are full and unopened. Some are partial. Some are empty. There is a mixture of old and new in this lot. 400 - 600

1875 - LOT OF 11: BOXES OF PINFIRE AMMUNITION AND SHOT BAGS. Lot consists of: (A) full and factory sealed box of “25 CARTUCCE A PALLA m/m5 A SPILLO”. (B) Full and correct box of “25 CARTOUCHES CAL. 7m/m POUR REVOLVERS LEFAUCHEUX”. (C) Full and correct tin of “25 LEFAUCHEUX REVOLVER PATRONEN 7m?m MIT KUGELN”. (D) Full and factory sealed box of “25 CARTUCCE A SPILLO di 7 Millimetri A PALLA”. (E) Full and correct tin of “25 CARTOUCHES 9m/m REVOLVERS LEFAUCHEUX. (F) Partial tin of forty rounds of “100 METALLIC PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES FOR LEFAUCHEUX REVOLVERS No. 5 m”. (G) Partial tin of seven rounds of “RHEIN.WESTF.SPRENGSTOFF.ACT.GES. 50 LEFAUCHEUX REVOLVER KUGEL-PATRONEN 7m/m”. (H) Round tin of miscellaneous pinfire rounds 15 in total. Also included in this lot is three leather shot bags. One with a horse and rider one with quail and one with a pointer. CONDITION: All the boxes and tins show some edge wear and flaking to the labels. 400 - 600

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1876 - HUGE COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AMMUNITION, CIVIL WAR & LATER. Includes a framed display of three Burnside cartridges, two framed displays for the 1861 musket round, six paper shotgun shells, six pin-fire cartridges, 11 large caliber rimfire cartridges, three bags of old .22 rimfire, 66 assorted center fire cartridges along with a full WWII 12 bore brass cartridge and an old rifle palm rest. 400 - 800

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1877 - SCARCE COMPLETE TIN OF 10 US MODEL 1855 MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS. Hard to find original Japanned tin containing 10 Maynard tape primers. They are still in their wrappers. Lid is original. These are very difficult to find, especially complete. CONDITION: Retains 90% original Japanned finish on tin. The top roll of tape primers is somewhat unwrapped, the rest are still wrapped in the original paper. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 400 - 600

1878 - LOT OF 12: WONDERFUL GROUP OF VINTAGE WEAVER RIFLE SCOPES. Lot consists of: (A) Two Weaver G4, one has old school top secured rings; (B) Three Weaver B6 with rings (one no rings), Weaver K2.5 with rings, Weaver K4.5 with rings, Weaver V22, JC Higgins, Weaver 1x, Weaver J4, and a Weaver C4. Most of these models date back to 1947. All are Weaver except the one Higgins scope. CONDITION: Excellent overall. 500 - 1,000

1879 - J.W. FECKER COMMANDO RIFLE SCOPE (1949-61). J.W. Fecker began making some of the best rifle scopes during the mid-1920’s, surpassing Malcolm scopes in quality for the first time in over seventy five years. The 22-3/4”, 3/4” tube target scope was offered from 1949-50. This is a 12x. Equipped with standard crosshairs and clear optics. Standard Fecker marked aluminum adjustable mounts with recoil spring. CONDITION: 90% original factory blue finish with some brown age spots. 500 - 1,000

1880 - J. STEVENS NO. 161 TARGET RIFLE SCOPE - CIRCA 1911. This beautiful scope features measures 30-3/8” in length, has a 3/4” tube, standard crosshairs with clear optics. CONDITION: 95% original factory blue finish with some minor rubs. Comes with set of adjustable mounts that are not Stevens. 500 - 800

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1881 - HUGE LOT OF MILITARY METAL CLEANING RODS. While there may be a civilian rod or two, all appear to be for various military firearms. There are approximately 35 all metal rods. CONDITION: Excellent. 100 - 200

1882 - ASSORTED MILITARY RIFLE PARTS LOT. Includes a refinished 1917 stock with buttplate, swivels and both bands; a French bayonet marked and dated 1878, and two 1903 Springfield oilers. 100 - 200

1883 - LOT OF 7: ASSORTED MAGAZINES Lot consists of: two 25 round Uzi magazines in a green Uzi marked magazine pouch; one 25 round Uzi magazine; one 30 round Colt AR magazine; one BAR Browning magazine; one British .303 magazine; one Nazi marked G43 magazine. All are serviceable. CONDITION: Some have finish loss. 200 - 300

1884 - LOT OF 9: ANTIQUE BULLET TOOLS. Lot consists of: (A) WAX Stamped, two cavity rifle app. caliber .38. (B) Wax stamped single cavity. .32 caliber rifle. (C) Unmarked single cavity .32 caliber rifle. (D) Winchester single cavity .28 caliber rifle. (E) Stamped WAX, single cavity, .22 caliber rifle. (F) Stamped Wax, double cavity, .32 caliber rifle. (G) Ideal .40-82 WCF, single cavity. (H) Ideal single cavity .32 caliber rifle. (I) Ideal single cavity .38 caliber rifle. 200 - 400 1885 - LOT OF 23 15 ROUND USGI M-1 CARBINE MAGAZINES. Lot consists of: Four “AI” marked magazines. Four “U” marked magazines. Four “AI” marked magazines. Four “BW” marked magazines. Four “SS” marked magazines. Two “IS” marked magazines. Two “B” marked magazines. Two “C-B” marked magazines. One “UW” marked magazines. CONDITION: All magazines are serviceable. Some have some finish loss. 200 - 400

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1886 - LOT OF 14: REPRODUCTION, MOSTLY MILITARY, HOLSTERS. Lot consists of: three new US holster for Army double action revolvers and one worn original, one new US holster for 1911, two new US Colt Single Action Army cavalry holsters for 5-1/2” and 7-1/2”, one new black Luger holster, one large unmarked Walker (?) holster - flap style, one new Mauser holster with magazine, three modern used holsters. 200 - 400

1887 - ORIGINAL 1925 FRANK SCHOONOVER COLT TEX & PATCHES SPANISH VERSION POSTER. This famous poster has arguably been the image of the Colt Company since it was printed. Referred to as “Tex and Patches”. This poster is in the scarce Spanish version done in beautiful full color lithograph on heavy textured paper with both of the original bands. CONDITION: Excellent, untouched condition with no attempts at restoration or inpainting. Colors are still clean and vibrant. There are a few minor spots of wear on the high right edge and top. 1” tear at bottom where it looks to have been nailed at one time. A few very minor creases. Edges are near mint. No readily visible on the front but you can see a small stain on the upper left hand corner of the poster and a small tape repair on the upper right corner. This post is a Colt classic and in far better than average condition. 800 - 1,200

1888 - LARGE LOT OF MINIATURE KENTUCKY RIFLE, PISTOL, POUCH, KNIVES, AND HATCHETS. This is a great lot of Kentucky rifle period miniatures to include a rifle, a Kentucky pistol, two tomahawks, two hunting knives, two powder horns and a possibles bag. The rifle is the longest piece at 16”. All parts are made of wood, metal, leather and horn. CONDITION: Good, some very attractive patination throughout but complete. Really well built collection. 800 - 1,200

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2001 - (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, oversize 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. An attractive early military flintlock pistol that possibly saw use in America. Action defective, bore is fair. 1,500 - 2,500 2002 - (A) S. NORTH MODEL 1826 FLINT NAVY PISTOL, 1827. Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1826 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration with belt hook on the left side. Dated 1827. The lock has an extra hole in it for an incorrect replacement mainspring. Appears to be original flint, however we’re not positive. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain cleaned look to them with some pitting. Gun was possibly blued at some point. Markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks, no cartouche. Good mechanical function. From the Robert Sadler Collection. GR 2,000 - 2,500 2003 - (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. 3,000 - 5,000 2004 - (A) RARE MODEL 1817 US MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY SPRINGFIELD ARMORY DATED 1818. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1817 Martial Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique With only 400 of the type 1 model 1817, this is the first handgun made in quantity at Springfield Armory. These later examples were made when Col. Robert Lee was the superintendent of Springfield Armory. The large and handsome pistol with round barrel, with viewed and proved marks, with eagle at left of breech, dated 1818. The bolted lock stamped SPRINGFIELD 1818 at tail, with eagle and US forward of the swan neck cock. Walnut full stock with remnants of cartouche on left flat. Steel side plate stamped T. FOY further engraved T. FOY and stamped once more T.F. CONDITION: Barrel shows minor pitting and staining. Steel mounts commensurate to barrel. Lock with crisp Springfield markings at tail and US eagle somewhat worn. Stock with minor split behind one side nail, otherwise full dimension with strong remnant cartouche. Ramrod appears to be the original, with proper slotted tip. Action works well, frizzen appears extremely stiff and pistol is likely an extremely well-done reconversion to flint. Bore is fair. With only 400 manufactured, these 1817 flintlock pistols are one of the largest and most handsome of all United States martial flintlocks. 3,000 - 5,000 268

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2005 - (A) A VERY SCARCE AND DESIRABLE OWEN AND EDWARD EVANS, EVANSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 1808 CONTRACT PISTOL. Manufacturer: Evans Model: 1811 Caliber/Bore: .70 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Though Flayderman warns that one must extremely cautious in acquiring one of these rare pistols, as many have been made from 1809 French examples, this appears to be an original specimen. The lock is properly marked EVANS just forward of the double neck hammer. Most importantly, the barrel has a clear P proof on left. CONDITION: The round barrel with even age has medium pitting throughout. The lock has medium pitting but clear EVANS marking. Hammer and frizzen appear to be the original. Top jaw and screw are an old replacement. Brass furniture with good color and only minor marks. Hammer retains an old lead wrap flint, possibly period. The side plate screws are heavily pitted. Walnut three-quarter stock shows considerable wear to left side, old repaired crack towards butt. No visible inspector’s cartouche on wood. Ramrod is a very old replacement. This ultra-rare flintlock appears to be original flint. Action is good. Bore is surprisingly good considering external condition of metalwork. One of the rarer and more desirable secondary US martial flintlock pistols. 3,000 - 5,000 2006 - (A) A FINE US 1836 FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL BY A. WATERS, MILBURY MASS LOCK DATED 1841. Manufacturer: Waters Model: 1836 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Standard configuration throughout. CONDITION: Barrel has been polished, slightly weakening US over JH and P markings. Lock is very crisp and retains much original case hardening. Phenomenal markings. Stock with much original raised grain and no significant defects. Excellently struck cartouches: JH and WAT. Action is crisp. Bore is fantastic. Doubt whether this pistol has ever been fired. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500 2007 - (A) UNKNOWN POSSIBLY EXPERIMENTAL US SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL OF 1819 CONFIGURATION. Manufacturer: US Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .65 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10 - 1/16” FFL Status: Antique The barrel is stamped PV with eagle head. CONDITION: Moderate pitting throughout its length. The lock has minor pitting and no maker, and is stamped with eagle and double stamped US. The stock shows no visible inspectors’ marks. Small chunk missing from forend just behind stirrup rammer. Otherwise, stock has old coat of varnish. Action with very strong mainspring. Bore is good. A most unusual US martial flintlock pistol with characteristic of both 1819 and 1826 models, though the bore diameter is much larger than either standard issue flintlock pistol. Worthy of further research and should appeal to any US martial pistol collector. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,200 - 1,800 2008 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1817 FLINTLOCK PISTOL DATED 1815, THE SECOND TYPE, CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION, IN UNTOUCHED ORIGINAL CONDITION THROUGHOUT. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1819 Caliber/Bore: .70 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 11” FFL Status: Antique The second type model 1817, with only 600 manufactured, is a very desirable US martial pistol. This example, with lock is dated 1815, and barrel marked 1818, was made to use up existing armory inventory. CONDITION: Pistol is in remarkable untouched condition throughout, with extremely crisp lock markings, beautiful stock with excellent inspector’s cartouches, and some raised grain remaining on wood. Hammer is missing, and nickel is brushed, but this pistol has a fantastic unmolested appearance, and would appeal to any collector of US martial pistols that have not been converted to flint. Bore is fair, wood is great, with only some minor marks. 1,000 - 2,000

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2009 - (A) A GOOD BRITISH FLINTLOCK LIGHT DRAGOON PISTOL, LOCK MARKED CROWN OVER GR, BY KETLAND AND COMPANY. Manufacturer: Ketland Model: British Light Dragoon Caliber/Bore: .67 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique The round barrel shows deep, even age brown and minor pitting throughout. British proofs. The bolted lock has crown over GR, Ketland at tail, swan neck cock with fracture (not through). Small parts appear to be original. Walnut full stock with brass mounts. CONDITION: Good throughout, with only minor marks. Action is crisp. Bore is very good. No ramrod. A good British flintlock martial pistol. 1,000 - 1,500 2010 - (A) RARE US MARTIAL FLINTLOCK MODEL 1808 NAVAL PISTOL. Manufacturer: Converted US Model: 1808 Navy Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 10-1/8” FFL Status: Antique Although converted to percussion this rare North Berlin is of standard configuration. The barrel has no proofs and appears to retain some original lacquer brown. The lock is marked with crisp S. North and Berlin Conn, U States with no eagle remaining. Holster type conversion to percussion, with civilian style hammer. CONDITION: Full stock with significant crack on left side just forward of side plate. Brass trigger guard and butt cap with deep aged honey colored patina. Ramrod replaced. Belt hook is a modern replacement. Defects notwithstanding, this is an example of the rare 1808 US martial naval pistol. Action is good. Bore is good. 1,000 - 1,500 2011 - (A) AN UNMARKED AMERICAN FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY STYLE PISTOL. Manufacturer: American Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8-1/2” FFL Status: Antique Round brass barrel. Brass barrel tang. The step-bolted lock is plain throughout, with plain hammer, and unbridled frizzen. Simple brass furniture with brass butt cap. Trigger guard with urn finial. Brass ramrod pipes. Maple (?) walnut full stock. CONDITION: Good throughout, attractive verdigris patination at touch hole. Stock with only minor marks. Lock has aged patination on frizzen spring. Lock itself cleaned over pitting. Top jaw and screw possibly replaced. Stock with over-varnish but otherwise good throughout with only minor marks. Action is good. Bore is patinated with verdigris. One minor tight crack ahead of one side nail. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 2,000 2012 - (A) LOT OF TWO: A PAIR OF ENGLISH BRASS BARRELED PERCUSSION BLUNDERBUSS PISTOLS CONVERTED FROM FLINTLOCK, WITH SNAP BAYONETS BY BLAKE OF LONDON, GEORGE 1790-1806 AT 95 WAPPING OLD STAIRS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) George Blake Model: (BOTH) Blunderbuss Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .82 Smoothbore (B) .82 Smoothbore Barrel Length: (A) 5” (B) 5” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: A most attractive pair of percussion snap-bayonet blunderbuss pistols. The brass barrels and frames have some wear but pleasant honey patination. The frames are engraved with trophies of arms, flags, Blake London. Steel trigger guards with rudimentary engraving. Flattened figured walnut butts. Push-on safeties function. Ramrod on one pistol is definitely the original, with worm. Second ramrod with no worm but still possibly original. CONDITION: Stocks are both in good condition, with vacant silver thumb pieces. A very attractive pair of blunderbuss pistols. Actions on both pistols are crisp. Both snap bayonets with strong springs and perfect mechanism. 1,200 - 1,800 270

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2013 - (A) A VERY RARE US MODEL 1842 SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION MARTIAL PISTOL BY HENRY ASTON, DATED 1851, WITH NAVAL ANCHOR ON BARREL INDICATING NAVAL INSPECTION. Manufacturer: Henry Aston Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel with clearly visible naval anchor, US over WN P, WN probably being a naval inspector. Lock and barrel both dated 1851. CONDITION: Stock with coat of old varnish and what appear to be ship’s rack numbers rather than the usual inspectors’ marks on the side. Barrel with crisp markings and no appreciable pitting. Lock is dark brown with minor marks. Stock is worn. Brass mounts show minor wear. Action is crisp. Bore is good. We believe this to be an original naval marked specimen. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 4,000

2014 - (A) UNWIN & ROGERS FOLDING KNIFE PISTOL Manufacturer: Unwin and Rodgers Model: Knife Pistol Caliber/Bore: .28 RF Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique

This example is a .28 rimfire with two 4” blades, both signed. The action is the rarest that Unwin made. It has a breech block with a tall extension, and an extractor. Cocking the hammer opens the breech for loading/unloading with the ears on the extractor acting as a rear sight. The scales appear to be horn with nickel bolsters. Barrel is nickel plated and is marked same as blades. CONDITION: Fine working condition but bore has some residue. 3,000 - 4,000

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2015 - (A) RARE US SINGLE SHOT 1842 MARTIAL PISTOL WITH EXPERIMENTAL SELF-PRIMING HAMMER. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: Experimental Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration, except for the Springfield Arsenal experimental self-priming hammer. The barrel and lock are unmarked. CONDITION: Barrel with staining and only minor marks. Lock with surface staining. The hammer has patina en suite with lock. Unusual self-priming mechanism is untested. Nickel and bolster with some significant pitting. Walnut stock with a coat of later varnish. One minor tight crack at side nail. Brass mounts with minor marks from use. Stock has unusual series of deliberate small punch marks ahead of trigger guard finial spelling out SJ(?). Action is crisp. Bore is fair. A unique opportunity to purchase one of these extremely rare Springfield Armory experiments. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 3,000

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2016 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE FRENCH PERCUSSION PISTOLS, ONE MODEL 1837 MARINE PISTOL AND TWO MODEL 1822 T-BIS PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) St. Etienne (B) Tulle (C) Tardys Model: (A) 1812 (B) 1842 (C) 1822 Serial No. (A) 4059 (B) NSN (C) 1812 Caliber/Bore: (A) .72 Rifled (B) .60 Smoothbore (C) .70 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 3/4” (B) 6 - 3/4” (C) 7 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) The first t-bis is of standard configuration with lock marked “MANUFACTURE IMPERIAL DE ST. ETIENNE”. CONDITION: Barrel with some staining and wear. The lock with good markings. Cock screw missing. Action is fair. Rifled bore is fair. Ramrod is not the original. Stock in good condition, crisp markings, number 4059 matches barrel. (B) The Model 1837 is of standard configuration. Marked MANUFACTEUR DE TULLE. CONDITION: Pistol retains its belt hook, crisp markings, good action, excellent bore, stock with minor marks from military storage. (C) Second t-bis is in worn, polished condition. Missing ramrod. Stock clean but cartouche is still visible. Serial 1812 stamped on barrel and lock. CONDITION: Lock markings worn. Action is crisp. Rifled bore is fair. A good lot for the French military collector. 1,000 - 1,500 2017 - (A) CASED HIGH CONDITION JEB STUART (200/500) LEMAT REVOLVER. Manufacturer: The American Historical Foundation. Model: LeMat Caliber/Bore: .44 / 20 Bore Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique The American Historical Society produced an exquisite copy of the popular confederate LeMat revolver with the .44 caliber cylinder and 20 bore under barrel. This one is fully decorated in gold foil with deluxe checkered walnut grips and comes in a walnut and glass display case with plaque. CONDITION: Gun is unfired and is functionally as new. This revolver comes with all of the paperwork from The American Historical Foundation listing original owner and that this limited edition is number 200 of 500. The sale is dated 2009. These were never cheap pistols. In fact, it sold in 2009 for $3441.00. This is a high quality firearm and is both handsome and usable. The hand decoration is of the highest order. 1,250 - 2,500 2018 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BOOT PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) Bacon (B) Perrins Worcester (C) Bacon Model: (A) Single Shot (B) Single Shot (C) Single Shot Serial No. (A) 286 (B) NSN (C) 693 Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Bore (B) .38 Bore (C) .32 Bore Barrel Length: (A) 3” (B) 1 - 3/4” (C) 2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Unmarked, round barrel, .36 bore. CONDITION: Brown patina. (B) Perrins Worcester (London) engraved frame, checkered walnut stock, folding trigger, .38 bore. CONDITION: Excellent with blue still on barrel. (C) Allen 1846 patent. Top hammer percussion, .32 bore. CONDITION: Excellent. 800 - 1,200 2019 - (A) W. ASHTON UNDERHAMMER SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BOOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: W. Ashton Model: Underhammer Caliber/Bore: .32 Rifled Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique Boot Pistol by W. Ashton (Wm Ashton of Middleton, Ct.) circa 1850. Overall length 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Gun is in excellent working condition. Clean sharp bore. Barrel has majority of its original brown finish. Stocks are excellent. Really nice boot pistol. Marked American made boot pistols are very scarce and Ashton was a well known maker at the time having supplied arms to the United States Government. They were very prolific makers and it is unusual that they would have spent time making quality hide-away guns. 1,000 - 1,500 272

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2020 - (A) LOT OF 3 PERCUSSION REVOLVERS FROM UBERTI AND PIETTA. Manufacturer: (A) Uberti (B) Pietta (C) Pietta Model: (A) Walker (B) Paterson (C) 1851 Navy Serial No. (A) A65626 (B) 3069 (C) 442945 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .36 (C) .36 Barrel Length: (A) 8” (B) 9” (C) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Uberti Italian Replica 1847 Colt Walker, 8” barrel, .44 caliber, blue and case color, varnished one-piece walnut grips. CONDITION: New in correct original box numbered to gun with all paperwork. (B) F. LLI Pietta Italian Replica Colt Texas Patterson, with powder charger, bullet mold, capper, and bullet starter / tool, fully nickel plated, walnut grips, CONDITION: New in fitted wood case with all correct paperwork. (C) F. LLI Pietta Italian Replica Colt 1851 Navy, 7-1/2” barrel, .36 caliber, blue & case color with silver plated trigger guard and backstrap. One piece varnished walnut grips CONDITION: New in correct box numbered to gun with all paperwork. 1,000 - 1,500 2021 - (A) LOT OF TWO: CONSECUTIVE PAIR COLT SECOND GENERATION PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1860 Serial No. (A) 207159 (B) 207158 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8” FFL Status: Antique Consecutive pair of Colt 2nd Generation Blackpowder Series 1860 Army revolvers, serial numbers 207158 & 207159, blue & case color, one piece walnut grips, Colt dual walnut fitted case. CONDITION: Both revolvers virtually new with very slight wear to cylinder locking ports. Case is very fine with slight wear. 1,000 - 1,400 2022 - (A) FINE MILITARY INSPECTED REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY .44 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Remington Model: New Model Army Serial No. 98584 Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique Standard Civil War issue .44 six shot single action percussion revolver with octagon barrel, factory blue finish with sharp walnut grips and strong “OWA” Orville W. Ainsworth cartouche. Revolver has numerous military inspector stamps including “W” on left side of frame, “R” on forward area left frame, “D” on left barrel, and “H” on brass trigger guard. CONDITION: Sharp and crisp soft patina gun with sharp edges and legends. Indexes off and on and needs a new spring installed with a strong and clean bore. Great example of primary issue Civil War handgun. 1,250 - 2,000 2023 - (A) CASED COLT MODEL 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVER (1855). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial No. 103507 Caliber/Bore: .31 Cal Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Antique You will find the full or partial all matching numbers on frame, barrel, cylinder, cylinder pin, loading lever, wedge, trigger guard and backstrap. Revolver has standard 4” octagon barrel with New York barrel address, blue and case color finish with nickel plated trigger guard and backstrap with varnished one piece walnut grips. CONDITION: All legends are sharp and the stage coach cylinder scene is still sharp. There are still some flashes of blue on protected area of barrel but metal is basically a soft patina having never been cleaned or polished. The grips are excellent and retain the majority of their varnish. The straps retains 90% of their original factory nickel finish. Cylinder advances correctly. The rifling is sharp. The wooden case is period with maroon lining that has faded almost brown. The brass two cavity mold is marked Colt. The brass screw open cap container is not marked.This is a nice period cased Colt set. 2,000 - 3,000

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2024 - (A) DELUXE COLT 1847 DRAGOON HERITAGE CASED SET WITH BOOK. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Heritage Serial No. 1522 Caliber/Bore: .44 Barrel Length: 9” FFL Status: Antique This is a .44 cal Colt Walker Dragoon Commemorative Edition (#1522) revolver with a display case and Colt Heritage book, all in near mint, unfired condition. One of 1850 made, this Blackpowder Series piece is exceptional, and comes with original walnut display case for the revolver and book. The cylinder is unturned and the brass trigger guard is untouched. All of the Colt color case-hardened finish is present on the receiver with rich blue on the cylinder and barrel with etched fight scene. The walnut grips are unchecked and in magnificent condition with a cartouche stamped on the lower edge. The right side of the barrel is engraved/gold washed with a likeness of Samuel Walker and Samuel Colt, left side with a banner saying, “Colt Heritage Guns.” The display case has some very minor blemishes on the exterior and a stress crack but this can be easily fixed. The interior and the book are in excellent condition 1,000 - 1,500

2025 - (A) SAVAGE REVOLVING FIREARMS COMPANY NAVY MODEL. Manufacturer: Savage Model: 1861 Navy Serial No. 444 Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled Barrel Length: 7 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Approximately 20,000 made circa 1861 with 7 - 1/8” octagon barrel in .36 caliber percussion with blue finish and walnut grips. It is a six shot, single action of sorts in which the hammer is cocked with one trigger then fired with the other. Very popular during the Civil War. CONDITION: All brown patina. Grips show wear. The bore has fine rifling and the action still works correctly. 1,000 - 1,500

2026 - (A) MERWIN & HULBERT 1ST MODEL 2ND TYPE .44 OPEN TOP REVOLVER Manufacturer: Merwin & Hulbert Model: 1873 Serial No. 6064 Caliber/Bore: .44 MH Barrel Length: 7” FFL Status: Antique Offered is an extremely scarce factory blue open top in .44 M&H caliber, with an estimated 5% of all the big frame Merwin’s were finished in factory blue. This early model features scoop flutes, open top, blue finish, 2nd type frame and hammer, with square saw handle frame and the desirable mottled red rubber grips with lanyard. It has all matching numbers (6064). This model was made prior to the closed top series in the late 1870’s. The caliber is not stamped on left side which indicates it was made for the original .44 M&H cartridge. CONDITION: Frame retains 15-20% original bright blue with balance a smooth soft patina. The cylinder flutes still have some nice bright blue with balance the same patina as frame. The barrel exhibits sharp factory legends but is simply a smooth patina. The bore retains sharp rifling and the action is smooth and indexes correctly. The grips are nice but checkering has worn smooth in some spots but fit well and are all original. 2,000 - 3,000

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2027 - (A) EXTREMELY RARE FOREHAND & WADSWORTH OLD ARMY REVOLVER WITH BEAR MARKING. Manufacturer: Forehand & Wadsworth Model: Old Army Serial No. 1167 Caliber/Bore: .44 Russian Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Believed to have been made for the California market. The Forehand and Wadswoth Old Army revolver is single action with 7 - 1/2” barrel and chambered for the .44 Russian/Smith & Wesson Cartridge. These guns are very uncommon and rarely encountered with the stamped bear marking on left side above trigger guard. Numerous theories exist to this marking but none have ever been proven. Finished with blue finish overall and two piece oil finished walnut stocks. Serial numbered on butt 1167. CONDITION: Good with most finish on barrel having turned brown patina with several small areas of pitting. Frame retains over 60% blue with balance fading to patina. Grip straps are brown. Grips are excellent and full sized. All marking are clear and legible. Action is slightly out of time but does work. 3,000 - 4,000

2028 - (A) A RARE US MODEL 1842 SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL WITH ARSENAL INSTALLED AUTOMATIC PRIMER MECHANISM. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1842 Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Of standard configuration with the exception of the unusual and unmarked automatic priming lock and hammer. The barrel, marked US and JH over P is dated 1849. The lock is completely unmarked. The stock has no inspector’s cartouche visible. Comes with a rare detached Gedney hammer, serial number 116. CONDITION: Barrel is polished over minor pitting, the lock in similar condition. Elaborated automatic priming mechanism is missing several parts. The stock is in good condition except for six notches on right of wrist and some small chips around lock plate. This rare pistol has been disassembled and the consensus is that all work was performed at Springfield arsenal. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 2,000 - 4,000

2029 - (A) 1890’S CHICAGO NICKEL PLATED PALM PISTOL. Manufacturer: Chicago Model: Palm Pistol Serial No. 1478 Caliber/Bore: .32 Extra Short Rimfire Barrel Length: 1 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Made in Chicago. There is a removable seven shot cylinder chambered for the .32 Short Rimfire. The side panel removes for loading and all three pieces have matching numbers. Both panels are engraved and have a gutta percha panel. CONDITION: 90% original factory nickel remains but the inner steel ring is broken and needs replacing to actually work and index. A favorite with both turn of the century gamblers and collectors. 1,500 - 2,000

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2030 - (A) HIGH CONDITION MODEL 1871 REMINGTON ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1871 Caliber/Bore: .50 Centerfire Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Antique

This is a Martially marked Army single shot .50 centerfire made from 1872-1888. It features a blued round barrel, case colored rolling block action, with walnut grip and forend. The left grip has a sharp “CRS” Curtis R. Stickney cartouche. Left side of frame is stamped “P-S” with patent dates. CONDITION: Pistol has seen little use. The barrel retains approximately 95% original factory blue with some light muzzle wear and a few handling marks. The frame displays 95% plus case colors, most bright. Legends are sharp. Wood is near mint. Hammer and block finished in the white. Mirror bore and fine action. About as nice an example as one could hope to find. 3,000 - 4,000

2031 - (A) CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON OVER/UNDER DERINGER. Manufacturer: Remington Model: Deringer Serial No. 5678 Caliber/Bore: .41 Rimfire Barrel Length: 3” FFL Status: Antique

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Nickel finished with 3” superimposed barrel cluster. Mounted with vibrant two piece mother of pearl grips with brass escutcheons. Chambered for the .41 rimfire cartridge. Engraved in the typical Remington style of wide scrolls with modest dot punch back ground. Serial numbered under the left grip and upon the bottom of the lower barrel. Housed in a possible period case with burgundy wool lining and complete with a box of Remington Green Label .41 rimfire ammunition that is plastic wrapped for preservation. CONDITION: Very good with over 60% factory applied nickel finish remaining. The address and markings are very clear and legible with the two line Remington address on top rib with the last patent date of 1865. Bores have a little roughness but have sharp rifling. Grips are very good. The hinge is solid with no evidence of ever having been cracked, modified or repaired. This is a nice honest factory engraved pistol. 2,000 - 3,500

2032 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1865 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1865 Navy Serial No. 3432 Caliber/Bore: .50 RF Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique It is estimated that only 6,500 of these pistols were manufactured and an unknown amount were converted to Model 1867 leaving a very small number of original pistols. It features an 8 - 1/2” barrel and there is no trigger guard. Caliber is .50 Rimfire. It has the military inspector stamp FCW for Franklin C Warner. The naval anchor is stamped on barrel breech. The left grip is also stamped FCW. CONDITION: Metal is a clean soft gray patina with sharp legends. Bore exhibits sharp rifling. A clean example of an early post Civil War martial pistol. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500

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2033 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE MUZZLELOADING RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) G. Johnstone;(B) Unknown; (C) C.H. Beech Model: (A) Kentucky Rifle; Percussion Kentucky Rifle; (C) Swivel Breech Serial No. (A) NSN; (B) NSN; (C) 150 Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 Rifled; (B) .40 Smoothbore; (C) .45 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 35”; (B) 39 3/8”; (C) 30 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of (A) Contemporary made flintlock rifle signed “J. Johnston”. Octagonal barrel with modern sights. Siler flintlock with double set triggers. Curly maple stock with incised carving and brass furniture. Hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Used with good bore, mechanically sound with some cracks in forestock that have been repaired. (B) Percussion locked comtemporary restock of antique parts. Curly maple fullstock with brass hardware. Hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Mechanically sound with good bore. Overall good condition. (C) C.R. Beach, Michigan made over/under percussion rifle with walnut stock and brass furniture. Back action lock with single trigger and patent breech. Original hard wood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with some pitting. Mechanically sound. 1,200 - 1,800

2034 - (A) GOOD AMERICAN FULL STOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE BY GEORGE TRYON, PHILADELPHIA, 1811-1841. Manufacturer: Tryon Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 40” FFL Status: Antique Octagonal barrel and Deringer style silver bands at breech and muzzle. Stamped TRYON PHILADE. German silver fore sight. Flat flintlock lock plate with rudimentary scroll stamped TRYON PHILADE. Swan neck cock, bridled frizzen, curly maple full stock with German silver wedge escutcheons. Brass side plate with two screws and simple engraving. Elaborate engraved brass patch box. Scrolled trigger guard. Curly maple full stock with cheek piece inlaid with German silver standing stag. CONDITION: Barrel is smooth. Light brown patina. Lock has deep, even age brown and some very minor pitting. Cock is the original, as is the frizzen. Functions well. Stock is in good condition throughout, with one old repair above the lock plate. Furniture in good condition. Patch box opens to reveal ancient corroded lead balls of proper caliber. Rifle has nice form. Ramrod is replaced. Bore is good. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,500

2035 - (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.” 2,500 - 4,500

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2036 - (A) BEDFORD COUNTY FLINTLOCK LONGRIFLE. Manufacturer: Bedford County Model: Flintlock Caliber/Bore: .55 Rifled Barrel Length: 39 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Unsigned Bedford County style flintlock rifle with “LS” barrel maker’s stamp on rear flat. Full octagon barrel with rifle sights. Maslin marked flintlock with turned front trigger and rear set. Curly maple full stock with Bedford style raised carving behind the cheekpiece and gridoon carving in front of locks. Four German silver inlays with engraved eagle on cheekpiece inlay. Brass furniture including engraved sideplate and line engraved brass four piece patchbox with release in toe and seven piercings. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall nice aged patina on metal surfaces. Replaced flintlock with triggers having a cocking issue. Wood has been cleaned and there is a crack at the toe measuring approximately 2”. Barrel appears to be original length. 2,000 - 4,000

2037 - (A) UNUSUAL 7 3/4” COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. (1892) Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 143384 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 7 -3/4” FFL Status: Antique This Colt Single action was the subject of an in depth article published in the “Rampant Colt” (The official publication of the Colt Collectors Association) in the spring of 2017. Black powder frame chambered for the .38-40 cartridge with blue and case colored finishes and Colt hard rubber grips. Serial numbered 143384 and has a very unusual 7-3/4 inch barrel. Single line Colt address on top of barrel with the front blade sight contour of the later 1910 through 1930’s profile. Barrel is numbered 646 under the ejector housing and the cylinder is numbered the same on the face. Assembly number 414 is found on loading gate. The six pointed star inspection is found on rear of trigger guard on right side indicating factory return or repair. Accompanied by a factory letter dated 2005 showing that serial number 143384 was shipped in caliber .38-40, 7-1/2 inch barrel, blue finish to Simmons Hardware St, Louis MO. Jan. 16, 1892 in a 3 gun shipment. No other information is provided. It is believed the revolver was returned to Colt in the period of 1910 til 1930’s and was rebarreled with this unusual barrel. The overall finish is consistent with the rest of the gun and appears to have been on it from a very long period of time. This “COLT ANOMALY” as it has been referred to is a unique example of Colt’s production. A copy of “THE RAMPANT COLT” detailing this Single Action is included with the revolver as is the factory letter. CONDITION: Good. Finish is worn to an even dove gray patina with no evidence of original finish remaining. Bore is very good with strong rifling with slight darkness in grooves. Barrel address and markings are legible. Grips are very good with consistent wear for age. Hammer and cylinder pin retaining screws are contemporary replacements. Main spring and main spring retaining screw are newer replacements. Exterior of gun has numerous scrapes and minor scratches and areas of light pitting. Colt letter is crisp as is copy of “RAMPANT COLT” magazine. 3,500 - 4,500

2038 - (A) JOHN YOUNG KENTUCKY RIFLE. Manufacturer: John Young Caliber/Bore: .50 Rifled Barrel Length: 45 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique This rifle is one of only a few signed and early rifles by John Young. John Young worked in the Easton area of Lehigh County Pennsylvania in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. Rifle has tapered smoothbore octagon barrel with rifle sights and is stamped “JOHN YOUNG”. Brass furniture with Young style two piece patchbox with four piercings. Flintlock with single trigger. Plain curly maple stock with ten silver inlays including a Lehigh style “Hunter’s star” on the cheek. Flat brass barrel keyes. Original striped ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with stock being heavily sanded and refinished. Metal has been cleaned with some finish applied to the barrel. Lock is a replacement and gun has been reconverted. Mechanically sound. Forestock has joint above tailpipe with wood being added. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 3,000

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2039 - (A) DUTCH TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET. Manufacturer: Dutch Model: Musket Caliber/Bore: .79 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 40 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Dutch muskets and other arms had a strong presence in America before and during the Revolutionary War. Many muskets of this pattern have Boston or South Carolina markings, and they were shipped to the colonies by England between 1711 and the Revolutionary War. The colony of Massachusetts directly purchased several thousand Dutch muskets with the help of Benjamin Franklin. This example has a round tapered barrel with bayonet lug at the bottom mounted near the muzzle. The top of the breech is inscribed “No. 1140”. The flat banana lockplate has no visible markings and features beveled edges. Standard brass furniture for this pattern, including three barrel bands, trigger guard, flat sideplate, and buttplate with long tang, extending nearly to end of comb. The walnut stock is of classic Dutch form, with a high humped comb, and carved panels along the lock sideplate and barrel tang. A sun is stamped directly behind the barrel pan. The musket features a curled trigger and a period probably replaced - ramrod. CONDITION: The barrel has a heavy brown patina, with some corrosion at the breech and some losses patina from bayonet fitting. The lock has been reconverted and retains a mix of brown patina and applied finish. Brass has been polished, and the center barrel band is a contemporary, modern replacement. Stock shows use, with some splinters missing along forend, around block, and scattered age cracks and marks from use. 1,000 - 2,000 2040 - (A) SQUIRE HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Squire Model: Percussion Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 34 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique New England style percussion rifle with “Squires and Co” percussion lock. Possibly cherry wood stock with brass furniture cheek piece. Brass four piece patchbox with nine piercings and release in comb. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Single trigger with original ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with light handling marks and sound mechanics. 600 - 900

2041 - (A) LYMAN ITALIAN REPRODUCTION GREAT PLAINS HUNTER HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Lyman Model: Great Plains Hunter Serial No. A547582 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 33” FFL Status: Antique This is a high quality black powder single shot hunting rifle marketed by Lyman and has the lines of an 1850’s Hawking style halfstock with heavy octagon barrel, beautiful oil finished walnut stock, case colored lock, set triggers, and modern style sights. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with few handling marks. 400 - 600

2042 - (A) GERMAN POTSDAM MODEL 1809 MUSKET DATED 1829 CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION. Manufacturer: Potsdam Model: 1829 Percussion Conversion Musket Serial No. 64 Caliber/Bore: .72 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 41” FFL Status: Antique These were imported in great numbers by both the Union and Confederate forces during the Civil War. Dated 1826 on the barrel. Converted to percussion. Brass bands and trigger guard, steel buttplate. 41 inch barrel. The stock has been shortened, and the front band & spring move back appropriately. Looks to have been done a long time ago. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain an even grey color with some light pitting. Markings are good. Lock markings are partially obscured by pitting. Smoothbore has some pitting. Wood has dings and handling marks, along with a few age cracks extending up from the buttplate on the right side. Good mechanical function. GR 400 - 600

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2043 - (A) PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE MARKED S. SMITH. Manufacturer: S. Smith Model: Percussion Kentucky Rifle Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled Barrel Length: 37 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Rifle made by Samuel Smith of Cassville, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania circa 1850. Full octagon barrel with rifle sights signed “S. Smith” in script. Curly maple stock with brass hardware including four piece engraved patchbox with heart piercing and engraved sideplate. Four coin silver inlays. Percussion Golcher style lock with double set triggers with front trigger being lathe turned. Original striped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Metal has aged patina with hammer on lock being a replacement. Mechanically sound. Wood has been sanded and has various dings and scratches. Patchbox side plate has added nail. 450 - 750

2044 - (A) LOT OF 2: KENTUCKY RIFLE AND COLT WALKER REPRODUCTION. Manufacturer: (A) Turner Kirkland (B) Colt Model: (A) Reproduction Kentucky (B) Reproduction Walker Serial No. (A) 984 (B) T99174 Caliber/Bore: (A) .46 Rifled (B) .44 Cal Barrel Length: (A) 40” (B) 9” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Turner Kirkland of Union City, Tennessee made percussion style Kentucky rifle with brass furniture, plain maple full stock, and full rifled octagon barrel. CONDITION: Overall good with some marks from poor storage. Good mechanically with trigger being a little sticky. Shootable bore. (B) Italian made copy of the famous Colt Walker percussion revolver with case hardened frame, walnut grips, blued barrel and cylinder with etched cavalry scene. CONDITION: Overall good with some carry wear. Good mechanics. 500 - 750

2045 - (A) LOT OF 2: MUZZLELOADING FULLSTOCK RIFLES. Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) J.G. Gilespie Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Percussion Serial No. (BOTH) NSN Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .42 Rifled Barrel Length: (A) 34 - 1/4” (B) 42 - 1/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Poor boy style flintlock rifle with curly maple plain fullstock. Iron furniture with grease hole and crude line carving. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall nice aged patina with several cracks in wood. Carving possibly added or retraced. Mechanically sound. (B) Southern style mountain rifle with iron furniture. Octagon barrel signed “JG” possibly John or James Gillespie of North Carolina. Fullstock of walnut or possibly cherry. Percussion lock with double set triggers. Original ramrod. CONDITION: Overall well used condition with several repaired crack in wood. Missing front ramrod pipe. Mechanically functions fine. 500 - 1,000

2046 - (A) CONTEMPORARY C.K. FRAZIER UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: C.K. Frazier Model: Underhammer Percussion Serial No. 20 Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 35 - 3/8” FFL Status: Antique Underhammer muzzleloading target rifle made by C.K. Frazier of Rawson, Ohio in 1976. G.R. Douglass octagon barrel with double set triggers. Curly maple target stock with Swiss butt and fancy pistol grip. Forearm has has holes for palm rest. Comes with bullet starter and sight base. Frame decorated with US eagles. CONDITION: Used with handling marks and light usage marks. Mechanically sound. 500 - 800 280

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2047 - (A) MARYLAND PRESENTATION HALF STOCK PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Frank Wilson Model: Maryland Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique This is an interesting rifle. Three engraved plaques carrying the name of three different men, all from Maryland, are engraved and attached to the right forearm, left forearm, and left stock. The right forearm reads “Frank Wilson U.B.C 1 Cumberland, Maryland” which was the United Brothers of Carpenters in Maryland. Plaque of left side forearm reads “WM. William P Cross esq. Davis Mills 1872” and the left side of the stock has a plaque that reads “J. W Gray Fredrick Co. MD.”. The rifle sports a 32” octagon barrel, has a .40 bore percussion. The lock is marked “Golchur, Philadelphia”. Features double set triggers, engraved sideplate and hammer, German nickel hardware, beautiful brass patchbox. Left side of the stock has a few other decorations such as a deer and a dog. Has a backlock action, replaced rear sight. Metal is basically gray patina. Wood is nicely grained walnut, does have a couple small cracks near breech on left side. Strong and fine rifling. Rifle weighs 9 pounds 4 oz. 500 - 800 2048 - (A) A MASSIVE AND UNUSUAL COMPOSITE SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PUNT OR RAIL GUN OF UNCERTAIN ORIGIN. Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Punt or Rail Gun Caliber/Bore: .75 Barrel Length: 52” FFL Status: Antique This gun was found in Texas about 35 years ago and supposedly came from Maryland. This crudely made gun has round barrel and percussion cap threaded into a gash towards the breech. Deep even age patina and rudimentary front sight. Back action lock resembles an overgrown French 1822 T-Bis conversion. Iron trigger guard and iron trigger are crudely fashioned. Barrel fastened with two crude bands and a front band with an over sized sling swivel. Stock, crudely fashioned, with no buttplate. CONDITION: Overall fair. Action functions but hammer does not strike nipple properly. Bore is fair. Massive gun weighs approximately 35 pounds. The sort of gun Norman Flayderman would have referred to as a “show-stopper.” From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,000 - 2,000 2049 - (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

2050 - (A) CUSTOM 1878 SHARPS SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: Borchardt Custom Serial No. 7864 Caliber/Bore: .22 Hornet Barrel Length: 26” FFL Status: Antique The basis for this custom rifle is the 1878 hammerless falling block action. A round barrel with a ramp front and sporting rear sight were added. This rifle sports a hand checkered walnut stock with an oil finish and pistol grip. The rifle is topped with an early high quality Fecker tube scope and mounts. The barrel is stamped Savage. CONDITION: The barrel retains approximately 95% of the reapplied high polish blue finish. The frame retains about 90% with some age freckling. Bore is very good. 1,000 - 1,500

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2051 - (A) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1889). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial No. 18584 Caliber/Bore: .38-56 Barrel Length: 26” Antique, full octagon barrel, full magazine with crescent butt and set trigger. Walnut stocks, nickel bladed front sight with elevation adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight. CONDITION: Good overall with fine shiny bore with sharp rifling. Receiver has turned mixture of plum and silver. Barrel and tube are mottled patina with mixture of faded blue in protected areas. Wood is good with no material loss and is void of varnish and has typical nicks and dings from period use. Set trigger does not set however action operates properly otherwise. Nice honest and attractive 1886 with fine shootable bore. 1,250 - 1,750

2052 - (A) REMINGTON LEE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Remington Model: Bolt Action Serial No. 9146 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique Designated the Remington Lee Model 1885 and considered to be the first successful detachable magazine rifle in the world and is the basis for the British Lee-Metford and Lee-Enfield rifles. Blued bolt action and round barrel with military sights. Walnut stock with iron hardware including “U.S.” marked buttplate. CONDITION: Good mechanics with added metal finish. Stock has been cut down from original length. 1,000 - 1,500

2053 - (A) RARE WINCHESTER SPORTER PATTERN HOTCHKISS 1883 RIFLE Manufacturer: Winchester Model: Hotchkiss Sporter Serial No. 30037 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Unique and not previously observed Winchester 1883 Hotchkiss Sporter with tang dated 1883. Type 3 with action levers on both side of receiver. Crescent butt with sporter length forearm equipped with hickory wiping rod. Chamber marked Cal. 45-70. Full octagon barrel with blade front sight and elevator adjustable rear. Rear sling swivel attachment with no swivel at front. Very little is known of the Sporter models and it is unknown if this is a retailer assembled rifle or period custom variation. CONDITION: Good with an even plum patina overall and crisp action. Bore is very fine with sharp rifling. 2,500 - 3,500

2054 - (A) WINCHESTER 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1876 Serial No. 62313 Caliber/Bore: .45-75 Barrel Length: 28” FFL Status: Antique Winchester Model 1876 rifle, made in 1887, 28 inch octagon barrel, full length magazine tube, crescent butt, set trigger, .45-75 caliber, tang sight. CONDITION: Mostly brown patina, solid wood with initials W.M.T. carved into forearm, dark bore with fair rifling. 1,250 - 1,750

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2055 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 CALIBER LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1889). Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial No. 288921 Caliber/Bore: .44 WCF Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique This fine rifle is standard in all respects with octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, blue finish, rifle butt, and walnut stocks. CONDITION: Well cared for and remains in all original condition. The barrel and magazine retain approximately 80% factory blue finish that is drifting and blending patina. The frame retains about 40% dulling blue and drifting to smooth patina with some light wiped on finish. The case colors on the hammer and lever have patterned and nickled out. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, original finish with some handling marks. Strong cut rifling with slightly frosted grooves. Fine action. Just a nice clean used classic ‘73 rifle in the best caliber. 2,500 - 3,500

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 2056 - (A) 1808 JOHN YOUNG CONTRACT MUSKET. Manufacturer: John Young Model: 1808 Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore Barrel Length: 44 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique 1808 contract musket marked “IY” for John Young of Easton, Pennsylvania. Flint lock marked “IY” at rear of lock with turned eagle over “U.S.” in front of cock. Smoothbore musket barrel with three bands and “P” in circle proof near breech. Walnut wood stock with iron furniture. Initials “WM” scratched into the right of trigger guard. CONDITION: Overall dark aged patina with some light pitting on metal parts. Wood has dark finish with a coat of old applied finish. Small crack behind tang and some usage dings and small slivers missing on the forestock. Mechanically solid. Replaced steel ramrod. Lock looks to be original. From the Robert Sadler Collection. 1,500 - 2,000

2057 - (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. 1,500 - 2,500

2058 - (A) E. WHITNEY 1841 MILITARY PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: E. Whitney Model: 1841 Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled Barrel Length: 32” FFL Status: Antique Eli Whitney contract 1841 “Mississippi rifle” with lock dated 1850. Percussion lock with 1850 date and “N.Haven” behind hammer and “E. Whitney / US” in front of hammer. Rifled musket style barrel with rifle sights. “US”, “GW” and “VP” proofs at breech. Walnut wood stock with brass hardware including two brass barrel bands, trigger guard and buttplate with “US” mark. Brass patchbox with extra nipple inside. Original ramrod. Comes with reproduction leather sling and brass on wood barrel plug. CONDITION: Overall good patina on metal surfaces. Wood retains original finish with usage and handling marks. Mechanically sound and functions fine. 1,000 - 1,500

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2059 - (A) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLES. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (A) 1870 (B) 1866 Serial No. (A) 1771 (B) NSN Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-70 (B) .50-70 Barrel Length: (A) 32 - 1/2” (B) 37 - 3/4” FFL Status: Antique Lot consists of: (A) Model 1870 Springfield trapdoor rifle with 1863 dated lockplate. CONDITION: Very good overall; very little original finish remaining, some parts polished bright. Good shootable bore. (B) Model 1866 Allin Conversion trapdoor Springfield rifle with 1866 dated lockplate. CONDITION: Very good overall, little original finish remaining. Good shootable bore. 1,250 - 1,800 2060 - (A) SHARPS DOUBLE SET TRIGGER MODEL 1859 BERDAN SHARPSHOOTER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1859 Serial No. 54851 Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Standard 1859 three band configuration, with factory double set triggers. C.W.H. inspected barrel (only the H. is visible). Faint but visible JT cartouche on the left side of the stock. This gun is a few numbers away on either side from 42nd PA Bucktails guns. Proper Berdan Sharpshooters serial number range. Matching numbers on barrel and receiver. This is a fresh to the market gun that has not before been offered for sale. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some light pitting in and dings in a few areas. All markings are clear, except for the barrel inspector marking as noted. Bore is very good with strong rifling and pitting. Wood has some light handling marks and dings, looks to have an extra coat of varnish on it. Fine mechanical function with double set triggers working well. GR 4,500 - 6,500

2061 - (A) CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS MODEL 1862 NAVY CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps & Hankins Model: 1862 Serial No. 6394 Caliber/Bore: .52 Paper Cartridge Barrel Length: 24” FFL Status: Antique Navy model with 24 inch leather covered barrel. 6,686 of these were purchased by the US Navy during the Civil War. CONDITION: Receiver retains 20% original mottled case colors. Markings are clear. Leather covered barrel retains most of the original leather wrapping with some flaking, stitching is solid. There is a piece of leather missing from the bottom where it would cover part of the receiver. Brass buttplate retains a pleasing patina. Wood stock has some dings and handling marks. Bore is very good with strong rifling and some minor pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,000 2062 - (A) NEAR NEW US SPRINGFIELD 1868 ALLIN TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1868 Serial No. 25712 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Made from 1868-72. Block is stamped “1870 US” with eagle head. Lock is dated 1863 with “US” and eagle. Rear sight is 1868 style. Left side of stock has four sharp cartouche stamps; two are “ESA” for Erskine Allin, “FWS” for Frederick Sanderson, and “TBH” for Thomas B. Hawks. Matching serial number on left side of barrel and frame. Barrel and other parts finished in the white with case color hammer and lock with oil quenched block. Twin bands and swivels. CONDITION: Lock and hammer retain 85% case colors. Block is dull black. All other metal is bright. Stock is near mint with just a few handling marks. Mirror bore. Comes with original leather sling that features a single brass hook and two keepers. This is the finest condition Model 1868 we have seen. Never issued or used. Incredible. 2,000 - 4,000 284

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2063 - (A) ID’ED US SHARPS MODEL 1863 BREECHLOADING CONVERSION CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1863 conversion Serial No. 72351 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique Flayderman’s has listed these carbine conversions as the Model 1859, 1863 and 1865 along with the rare 1869, but never listed any as a Model 1868 so we refer to these by their original Civil War era models. This is an 1863 dated carbine that was converted with a lined three groove barrel in .50-70 Government. Most of these carbines were issued and used during the Civil War, sent back to arsenal after the war, updated to take a self contained cartridge, then refinished and reissued to posts on the Western Frontier. Stamped on comb “Troop L First Cavalry”, probable 1st Iowa where they saw service in the West under George Custer, and were involved with numerous Indian battles soon after the Civil War. This is a standard conversion complete with saddle ring and bar and Lawrence rear sight. Deeply stamped Sharps legends on barrel. Sharps patent dates on sides of frame. The “DFC” David Clark ribbon is visible on left side but light. Comes with file full of information on the troop and various battle histories. CONDITION: Excellent original condition. The barrel retains at least 80% blue that is drifting and blending with soft patina. Colors have darkened. Walnut stocks are excellent but there is a dent on left side running North to South. Bore is sharp and bright. A very historic marked Sharps carbine that saw more years of service than most arms of the era. 4,000 - 6,000

2064 - (A) FINE EARLY CUSTER 7TH CAVALRY RANGE US MODEL 1873 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 35085 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique

Manufactured December 1874. This carbine falls right between numbers 33000 and 43700 at 35085. It has all early features such as the thick long wrist, 1873 pinned rear sight, and US carbine buttplate. “MODEL 1873” stamped bolt. “ESA” Erskine Allin stamp in oval on left side. Script P on wrist. Stock has no trapdoor and wood not drilled for such. Standard features include saddle ring and bar, post front sight, eagle 1873 sideplate, smooth trigger, and walnut stock. CONDITION: Metal is a clean, soft patina with sharp legends. Action is fine. Bore is mirror shiny with strong lands and grooves. Stock is excellent with just some minor handling marks. A really clean Custer 7th range carbine. Every single part on this carbine is original and correct and never went through 1879-1880 re-build. 5,000 - 8,000

2065 - (A) CUSTER 7TH CAVALRY RANGE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 41826 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique At number 41826, this falls within Custer 7th range of 33000 to 43700 with combination of 1st and 2nd Issue features including early pinned 1873 rear sight, long fat wrist, second style trapdoor buttplate, standard 1873 dated block, and 1873 eagle sideplate, saddle ring and bar, post front sight, smooth trigger. Cartouche not visible. Script “P” on wrist. CONDITION: Metal is a butter smooth soft brown patina with sharp legends. Wood is excellent with numerous bumps and handling marks. Bore is bright with sharp lands and grooves and a bit of residue. The mix of 1st and 2nd Issue parts indicates that it went through armory or depot in 1879-1880. This carbine was probably on hand at Fort Keogh, Montana territory. Company B was stationed there from mid-1870’s. The “B / 31” stamped on this buttplate and a gun in the survey of April 1878 on a carbine number 41822 has the “B” stamp on both guns using the same die. Company B 7th cavalry was stationed at Fort Keogh until May 1881. Very early historical carbine that comes with a folder full of data. 4,000 - 6,000

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2066 - (A) NEAR NEW US MODEL 1870 SPRINGFIELD-SHARPS RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1870 Serial No. C35119 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 35 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique In 1870, Springfield Armory altered approximately 1,300 Sharps percussion rifles for the .50-70 round. This is a first type that features walnut stocks. Frame, breech block, lock, lever, trigger plate, and lever catch are case colored; the barrel, bands, buttplate, swivels and ramrod were left in the white. The near mint stock has a perfect “ESA” cartouche. CONDITION: Strong case colors, metal bright, beautiful stocks with minor marks, mirror bore. Simply the finest example of this rare Sharps model one could hope to find. Rifle comes an original period leather sling. Early model with brass hook and a single keeper. No visible maker but stamped “J.S.”. 3,000 - 5,000 2067 - (A) FINE AND SCARCE US MODEL 1877 SPRINGFIELD CARBINE DATED 1877. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1877 Serial No. 71583 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique This was one of first 1877 carbines produced. Fine “ESA” Erskine Allin 1877 dated cartouche. Parts include short fat wrist, pinned (unslotted) 1873 carbine rear sight without C, smooth trigger, 1873 eagle sidelock, front barrel band with swivel, post front sight, saddle ring and bar, trapdoor buttplate, and 1873 dated block. Script “P” on wrist. CONDITION: Wood is excellent with normal handling marks. Metal is a smooth, soft patina with sharp legends. Bore is shiny with strong lands and grooves. Very rare gun and comes with article on this carbine by Al Frasca with parts check list. 2,000 - 3,000 2068 - (A) 2ND CAVALRY MARKED US SHARPS MODEL 1868 CONVERSION BREECHLOADING CARBINE. Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1868 Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government Barrel Length: 22” FFL Status: Antique

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This is three groove .50-70 conversion carbine as US issued during the Indian Wars. Features round barrel, post front sight, Lawrence rear sight, saddle ring and bar, old pellet priming system intact, and walnut stocks. The left side of the stock is carved “G 2 Cav. O”. CONDITION: All metal surfaces are a soft brown patina. Stocks are very good with lots of bruises and a piece missing on left side at tang, no visible DFC ribbon. Sharp legends. Rifling visible but dirty. A good used smooth example used on the frontiers of America. Accompanying this item is a magazine article that pictures this gun, listing it as a Model 1868 that was in the hands of the 2nd Cavalry G Company on the Montana frontier, and maybe at battle of Pryor’s Creek against Lakota Sioux. Data sheet states this is built on 1869 scooped frame. A piece of US history that led to the expansion of the states after the devastating Civil War. 2,000 - 3,000 2069 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US MODEL 1884 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1884 Serial No. 372983 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 1/2” FFL Status: Antique Offered is a fine, all original, 1887 dated trapdoor that features standard Buffington rear sight, standard rod, and twin bands. No trapdoor. Block stamped “US MODEL 1884”. Lock has eagle but not dated. Sharp “SWP 1887” cartouche (Sam Porter) and cursive “P” on bottom of wrist. There is a unit stamp “2 NY C 20” fading stencil on right side of stock. CONDITION: Barrel retains 95% bright original arsenal blue with some scattered age spots. There is at least 85% original case colors on block. Lock and hammer retain 95% of their oil quenched finish. Even the buttplate retains 75% bright blue with nearly all the blue on bands. 95% blue on screws. Mirror bore. Comes with original period leather sling with single brass hook and two keepers. 1,500 - 2,500 286

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2070 - (A) FINE EARLY FIVE DIGIT US MODEL 1873 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial No. 64329 Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8” FFL Status: Antique Very early model. Lock is dated 1873 with eagle. Lock is dated 1873 with “US / SPRINGFIELD” and eagle. Stock has single cartouche in oval “ESA” for Erskine Allin. Frame flush to barrel, early 1873 sight with slot-less screws (pins). No trapdoor. “VP” eagle head proof on left side of barrel. Script “P” on wrist. Two piece trigger guard and long wrist. CONDITION: Barrel is a pleasing blue drifting patina. Mottled grey on block. Front barrel band has 75% blue while rear is mostly patina. 50% blue-brown patina on trigger guard. Excellent stocks with just minor handling marks. Mirror bore. Comes with cleaning rod and leather sling. Sling is a Civil War brass hook hold-over, two keepers, maker marked “Hartzel US Ord. Dept”. Extremely fine condition for this early of an 1873 Model. 1,500 - 2,500

2071 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 REPEATING RIFLE. Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1860 Serial No. 2593 Caliber/Bore: .56-50 Rifled Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Standard three band Civil War Spencer Model 1860 rifle. Seven shot tube magazine fed through butt. This gun is very close by serial number to guns issued to the 5th and 6th Independent Companies of Ohio Volunteer Sharp Shooters. CONDITION: Metal retains a pleasing patina overall with some areas of light to moderate pitting on the receiver. Markings are worn but present. The last digit of the serial number on the receiver is a little hard to make out, however the number the barrel under the forend is nice and clear. Wood has been lightly cleaned and refinished at some point. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Good mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,500

2072 - (A) ELBERFELD SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Elberfeld Model: SXS Barrel Length: 31” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Gauge Best Grade Belgium made Elberfeld percussion double barrel shotgun with very high quality engraving, gold inlays on barrels, Buffalo horn trigger guard extension, cylinder bored Damascus barrels, and engraved steel buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent overall, most original Damascus pattern shown on barrels with original brown finish. All engraving sharp and crisp with little wear. Excellent bright bores. Tight action. Very solid stock with no cracks or splits, a sliver of wood missing on top left side of forend, and little wear to checkering. Sling swivel removed from barrel, holes filled with silver solder. Very attractive, small bore, antique shotgun built in 1888. 1,000 - 1,500

2073 - (A) CUSTOM AMERICAN MODEL SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: C.S. Shattuck Model: American Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 12 Bore This turn of the century break open single shot features a double ring guard and triggers, one of which opens the action; custom walnut stock, pistol grip, Monte Carlo comb, round barrel, hooded ramp front sight, and a folding leaf adjustable rear sight. The frame was plated in gold and barrel was re-blued. Sling swivels and a sling were added to finish off this odd looking shotgun. CONDITION: Bore is pretty clean and most of the custom finish is intact with light handling marks. 200 - 400

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2074 - (A) ORIGNAL COLT MODEL 1883 SIDE BY SIDE 10 GAUGE HAMMERLESS SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1883 Serial No. 1274 Barrel Length: 30 - 1/8” FFL Status: Antique Length of Pull: 14” Chamber: 2 - 3/4” Choke: (L) .067 (R) .037 Gauge: 12 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .812 (R) .784 Weight: 9lbs 6oz

Early 1883 Colt with some border engraving on the frame. Made with Damascus barrels and plain top rib and steel front bead. Splinter forend is checkered in two point pattern with Deeley release and triangular ebony tip. Round knob pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the wrist and terminates with the original Colt hard rubber buttplate. Made with double triggers, extractors, and auto safety. CONDITION: Very good, as found and appears mostly all original. Barrels retain about 70% pattern. Action has turned mostly light plum. Stocks are very good and retain most of their original finish. Bores with orange peel throughout. Mechanics are fine. Overall a nice big bore Colt. 900 - 1,400

2075 - (A) PARKER BROTHERS GRADE I SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: Parker Brothers Model: Grade 1 Under Lifter Serial No. 9907 Barrel Length: 30” FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 10 Gauge Made in 1877 by Parker Bros. in Meriden, Connecticut. Gun features underlifter opening system with extractors, double triggers, and hammers. Trigger guard has the name “T. Smiley” engraved on it. Damascus steel barrels with concave rib and single bead sight. Walnut checkered wood stocks with splinter forearm fastened with wedge. Buttstock has round knob pistol grip and smooth steel hooked buttplate. Case hardened action with line engraving embellished with the Parker name. Silver stock shield on top of wrist. CONDITION: Barrels have worn to a silvery patina with good bores. Action has worn to silver with sharp engraving. Wood is solid with handling marks. Gun is mechanically sound and locks up tight. 750 - 1,250 2076 - (M) COLT SECOND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER (1972). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 62276SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Offered is a lightly used Second Generation Single Action Army with blue and case finish. Six shot fluted cylinder and sporting a fine pair of real stag two piece grips. CONDITION: There is some muzzle wear, a drag line, some age freckling on loading gate and a few handling marks but color nearly all there, fine action and bore. Great shooter. 1,000 - 1,500 2077 - (M) ALVIN WHITE ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH BOX. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 60 Serial No. R102903 Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Modern The Model 60 is referred to as the .38 Chief’s Special Stainless, built on the round butt J frame, three screw, five shot, fluted cylinder, pinned barrel, with gold medallion checkered walnut grips. First production run was in serial range 401754 to 401792. Features beautiful scroll engraving covering 70% of the surface. The two piece blue box has a matching end label and under special features is written “Eng. AA White”. Could not find White’s signature on gun, and basing this provenance solely to the box as there is no factory letter. CONDITION: Gun has been fired with some light cylinder burn. Fine bore and action. Overall, near mint condition as fired. Alvin A. White began his career as an engraver for Colt Firearms in the 1950’s and became the Master Engraver. He raised decorative gun engraving to an art form and is recognized as the ?Dean of American Arms Engravers.? His work is on display in museums and has been featured in articles and on the covers of leading firearms magazines throughout the world. 1,000 - 1,500 288

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2078 - (C) COLT ARIZONA CENTENNIAL .45 CALIBER SAA-1963. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 418AC Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt produced approximately 1264 special SAA Revolvers in .45 caliber that features gold plated cylinder, hammer, straps, cylinder pin, ejector rod head and trigger. Balance of gun is finished in bright blue. Revolver sports faux pearl grips with gold Colt medallion. All were made with a 5 - 1/2 barrel. The wooden case has a cactus branded on lid with gold felt lining. CONDITION: Gun is as new, never fired. 1,200 - 1,800

2079 - (C) BEAUTIFUL AND RARE COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL REVOLVER IN TWO TONE FINISH WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERWORK. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Detective Special Serial No. P59529M Caliber/Bore: .38 Special Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Beautiful little two tone gun made in 1977 with standard 2” blued barrel and blued frame. Cylinder is beautifully factory nickel plated. Two piece checkered hard rubber grips with gold medallions on sides. Housed in its original box with matching end label and original paperwork included. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new with only the most minute of handling marks and no visible drag line. Box is excellent with corners rounding and scuffing. Paperwork is excellent. A gorgeous gun! 1,300 - 1,800

2080 - (C) FITZ STYLE COLT NEW SERVICE DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1937) Manufacturer: Colt Model: New Service Serial No. 343563 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic The “Fitz Special”, or “Fitz Colt” is a snub-nose revolver concept that was pioneered by John Henry Fitzgerald (also known as “Fitz”), an employee of Colt Firearms from 1918 to 1944. This gun left the factory in 1937 as a standard model. Replicating the Fitz custom, the barrel was shortened to 2”, the front of the trigger guard was cut away, and the hammer was bobbed. They performed this on a late model with the round butt to make it more compact and sleek. It was then polished and reblued in a Colt type Royal finish. Real stag grips were fitted. All of this work was beautifully performed but all of the factory markings were polished away and .45 Colt was added to right side of barrel. CONDITION: It remains in almost 100% condition. It has a mint bore and it is obvious that the action was tuned as it is as slick as butter. A wonderful and extremely handsome custom big bore snubbie. 1,500 - 2,500

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2081 - (M) ENGRAVED & GOLD INLAID SMITH & WESSON 29-2 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1975-76). Manufacturer: S&W Model: 29-2 Serial No. N320071 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 6 - 1/2” Revolver features a grey satin nickel finish with deep relief hand engraving and a scroll pattern. Left side has gold inlaid fox, bobcat, and quarter moon. Right side has gold inlaid bear, dead deer and antlered game. Six total gold pieces. Sports a pair of more contemporary silver medallion rosewood diamond checkered finger groove oversized grips. Comes with target hammer and trigger, blued adjustable rear sight and blued front sight. Bottom of frame is signed by engraver “BRYSON JAMES GWINNELL”. Excellent condition with some light age freckling in cylinder flutes, at base of frame and bottom of barrel; should polish up nicely. Indexes and locks up like new. Strong, clean bore. When grips are removed, you will see a rather crude repair to the inside portion of the grip frame that was welded and a homemade spacer placed between frame and mainspring. It is efficient and solid but poorly done and does not affect look or function as the grips completely cover it. A competent gunsmith could improve this home gunsmith quality job. Bryson Gwinnell began his career at Smith & Wesson before working for a custom knife and engraving company, Colt and the U.S. Mint before finally working freelance for private collectors, Colt, Winchester and Parker. His work has been on the cover of most major firearms magazines and on the cover of Tom Turpin’s “Custom Firearms Engraving”; Gwinnell has also won several awards for his work, including the Howard Dove Award, several times, at the Colt Collectors Show. 1,500 - 2,500

2082 - (M) LOT OF 3: COLLECTIBLE SMITH & WESSON N-FRAME DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) S&W Model: (A) .44 HE (B) 38-44 HD (C) 28-2 Serial No. (A) S63520 (B) S66861 (C) N15787 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .38 (C) .357 Magnum Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 6” (C) 4” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Very scarce .44 Hand Ejector post-war 1926 Model Military. Made in 1946-47. All matching numbers except the later type magna grips which date post 1968. Five screw frame with pinned barrel. Blue finish with case color hammer and trigger. Only 1,473 of this model were made and very few with the long barrel. CONDITION: Blue wear along sides of barrel, high edges, and edge of cylinder with drag line. Would estimate a solid 90% with a smooth action and sharp rifled bore with a bit of frosting. Comes in a gold box for a .38-44. (B) .38-44 Heavy Duty Transition post-war. Made in 1946-47. This was a police gun that had the markings ground off inside strap but still has rack number 146. Grips are later post 1968 replacements. Matching numbers. Blue finish, and case color hammer and trigger. CONDITION: Cylinder has been reblued and has violet hue otherwise 90% blue. Action is slick. Bore is sharp. (C) Boxed Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman with blue finish, case color hammer and trigger, adjustable rear sight, pinned barrel, recessed chambers, six shot double action, and silver medallion checkered walnut magna grips. Three screw frame. CONDITION: Aside from a light drag line and a minor handling mark, gun is near new and comes in original matching blue box with paper. Made 1969-72. 1,800 - 3,000

2083 - (C) COLT 2ND GENERATION BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH MEXICAN HOLSTER AND BELT (1958). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 20133SA Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Colt only made seven of these in 1958. They made a total 3,994 from 1957 to 1974. Features blue barrel and fitted with real stag grips. CONDITION: No signs of having been fired with a few handling marks. Near new inside and out. Bright factory blue and near mint bore. Mint legends. Outstanding condition. This revolver comes with a fully tooled black leather holster in a double buscadero, one holster for a 12” while the other fits a 7-1/2” Colt Single Action Army. The rig is excellent and tagged size 46. 2,000 - 2,500 290

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2084 - (M) CASED TGCA FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY WITH CARVED IVORY GRIPS. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA73019 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This lovely Colt comes in an oak display case with a plaque that reads “Presented to the Texas Gun Collectors Association- 19 of 30”. The gun is a royal blue and case finished Single Action Army with Texas Gun Collectors Assa engraved on backstrap. Ivory grips have a carved longhorn steer on left panel set against the Texas star. The gun is factory “A” engraved in standard scroll with gold barrel and cylinder bands. There is a gold Texas star at top of backstrap. It is numbered 19 of 30 on butt. It is chambered for the .45 Colt cartridge. Even the oak case has a branded longhorn on lid. CONDITION: The gun is un-fired but as new. The factory letter confirms all of the above and that it was shipped to Joe McBride on March 26, 1987, Austin Texas. 2,000 - 3,000 2085 - (C) FINE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .38-40 REVOLVER (1917). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 335607 Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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A fine, all original, 1st Generation Colt Single Action Army in the popular .38 WCF cartridge with the standard blued and case colored finish, and Colt pony black gutta percha grips. Six shot, fluted cylinder. Barrel has the proper single barrel address. CONDITION: Obviously used but well cared for. Retains approximately 75% original factory blue, as does ejector housing; blending to a smooth, soft patina and some gun metal grey at muzzle. Cylinder retains approximately 85% original blue with light drag line and overall high edge wear. Straps are basically grey patina with flashes of blue on top of trigger guard and backstrap. Frame still retains some color in the protected areas with the balance simply patterned out. Trace of colors on hammer. Screws are true and still retain the majority of their blue finish. Excellent grips. Still retains all four Colt clicks. Indexes and locks up correctly with a fine, smooth action. Retains a clean, bright bore with sharp lands and grooves. This Colt is accompanied by a factory letter that confirms all features and that is was shipped March 23rd, 1917 to Wyeth Hardware Manufacturing Co, St. Joseph, Missouri in a two gun shipment. Simply a nice, clean, World War I era Single Action. 3,000 - 4,000

2086 - (M) BEAUTIFUL AND NEAR MINT COLT “PYTHON ELITE” .357 MAGNUM DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Elite Serial No. PE00721 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1997. Stunning 6” Royal Blued Python Elite with vent rib barrel. Smooth exotic wood two piece grips with gold Colt Medallions. Right side of barrel marked “PYTHON ELITE / .357 MAGNUM”. Housed in its original blue hard plastic casing with original paperwork. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near mint. Retains virtually all original finish to both wood and metal surfaces. Original hang tag still attached. Minute discernible drag line, but gun appears factory test fired only. Case is excellent as is paperwork. 3,000 - 5,000

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2087 - (C) KEN HURST ENGRAVED 2” BARREL COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. 113SE2 Caliber/Bore: .45 LC Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Ken was a Colt Master Engraver, now deceased but will forever be remembered due to inviting personality and by way of all the exquisite engraved firearms he left behind. This is a nearly full coverage complete custom Sheriffs Model. This gun features a 2” barrel with full Colt address on right side of barrel. The left side is stamped with SAA 45 LC. The gun was finished in full blue with fluted cylinder. The frame is the old style screw in black powder type. The frame, barrel, cylinder and hammer are outlined in gold. The left side of frame has the scales of justice in gold. The loading gate features a silver five star sheriff’s badge. The backstrap features a silver hangman’s noose. The balance of engraving is scroll with clamshell and punch dot background. The fitted grips are ivory. CONDITION: The gun appears unfired, as new. 4,000 - 6,000 2088 - (M) UNFIRED COLT PYTHON ELITE DOUBLE ACTION .357 REVOLVER WITH CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Elite Serial No. PE05655 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern This scarce Python features stainless steel construction and is stamped Python Elite on left side of barrel. It sports a 4” barrel and custom exotic wood finger grip stocks with silver Colt medallion. The blue plastic case has matching end label along with instructions, hang tag, Colt lock, and warranty card. CONDITION: There is no sign of any drag line, cylinder protection ring intact, no burn inside frame or on end of cylinder. It looks to be as new with minor storage/handling marks. Colt introduced stainless steel guns into the line-up in 1984 and made them until 2004. A very desirable Python in as new condition. 4,500 - 6,000 2089 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVERS (1913 & 1959). Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Single Action Army Serial No. (A) 24480SA (B) 325512 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Spl (B) .32 WCF Barrel Length: (BOTH) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of: Two 7-1/2” nickel finish Colts, both hand fitted with a pair of genuine stag matching grips. (A) Manufactured 1913. CONDITION: Completely restored with new nickel finish to near new condition. All factory legends are still strong although there is a bit of minor bubbling under the nickel in the cylinder flutes. The action is as smooth as butter and the rifling is sharp. The grips are near mint. (B) 2nd Generation that is fairly scarce. Only 55 2nd Generations were made in .44 Special with 7-1/2” barrel in factory nickel finish making it the fourth rarest variation of the 2nd Generation production from 1958-1962 when the last one was made. CONDITION: Looks to be 100% original factory nickel with some handling marks and light mars but still a solid 99% and worthy of a factory letter to confirm. It has been fired but still has a minty bore and a butter smooth action as well. An incredibly nice set of Colts that could stand on there own but were made with matching grips and came in as a set so selling that same way. 4,500 - 6,000

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2090 - (M) WONDERFUL CLASS “C” FACTORY ENGRAVED THIRD GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. SA19586 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1995, this beautiful factory engraved Colt with bright nickel finish throughout. Barrel is engraved with shaded scroll towards muzzle and frame and on ejector rod housing. Frame is nicely engraved, as is cylinder with well executed shaded scroll, and appears to be the work of Colt factory engraver Ken Hurst. Uncheckered oil finished walnut two piece grips. Scroll engraving extends to butt and backstrap. Housed in a brown leather Colt presentation casing with orange/ brown velvet interior. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near mint. Retains virtually all original finish to both wood and metal. This gun is very near to new with no visible drag line and no powder burn on cylinder end. Mechanics are crisp. Casing is good with wear to fabric and leatherette is tearing at hinge with right side not attached. A rare and beautiful Colt. 3,000 - 5,000

2091 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY B ENGRAVED SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. S15965A Caliber/Bore: .45 Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern This special Colt features nickel finish, B engraved, fire blue smalls with bird’s head ivory grips. All of this is verified on factory end label. CONDITION: Unfired with only light storage wear and handling marks. It comes in the original blue box with paperwork and white liner box with matching end label. A wonderful Colt. 2,500 - 3,500

2092 - (M) BEAUTIFUL FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD GENERATION REVOLVER IN BOX Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Serial No. SA95220 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1991 and factory engraved in “A” American scroll. Full blued gun with scroll on barrel at muzzle and near frame and cylinder. Small burst of scroll on trigger guard bow and backstrap. Originally made with walnut grips, and now with two piece pearl grips. Housed in its original blue two piece box with paperwork and also has white outer box with matching end label. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near mint. Retains virtually all original finish to metal parts. No visible drag line. Pearl grips with nice color and fire. Box is quite crisp, outer box with rounded corners and scuffs. 2,000 - 3,000

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2093 - (C) PAIR OF COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY 125TH ANNIVERSARY REVOLVERS WITH REAL MOTHER OF PEARL GRIPS (1961). Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) SAA Serial No. (A) 2259AM (B) 2260AM Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45 Colt Barrel Length: (BOTH) 7 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic In 1961, Colt produced 7,390 special Single Action Army .45 revolvers to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of Colt. This is what would become a new market for them producing special revolvers to commemorate events. These special 2nd Generation Colts featured full blued finish, six shot fluted cylinder, gold plated backstrap, trigger guard, hammer, trigger, ejector pin and ejector rod head. The original walnut grips were replaced with custom fitted real Mother of Pearl grips which really sets this pair apart from the crowd. The left side of the barrel is stamped “125TH ANNIVERSARY SINGLE ACTION ARMY MODEL .45 CAL.”. CONDITION: Neither revolver appears to have ever been fired and remain in near new condition. They are one number off from consecutive numbers 2258 and 2260. If you are looking for a nice looking 2nd Generation set with some bling, you will love this pair. 2,000 - 3,000 2094 - (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. 1,800 - 2,400 2095 - (M) BEN SHOSTLE ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60. Manufacturer: Smtih And Wesson Model: 60 Serial No. AWP4792 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Barrel Length: 2” FFL Status: Modern The basis for this show piece is a standard stainless steel Model 60 five shot double action pocket revolver. It was then beautifully engraved by Ben Shostle in his typical deep hand chiseled style with antiqued background in scroll pattern with female nude bust on right side of frame. The ivory grips were carved in an Oriental motif. The work is signed. CONDITION: The gun does not appear to have ever been fired. A little pocket revolver that makes a big statement. 1,500 - 2,000 2096 - (M) BEAUTIFUL CASED COLT ANACONDA WITH 4” BARREL AND CASE. Manufacturer: Colt Model: Anaconda Serial No. MM89990 Caliber/Bore: .44 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern Beautiful 4” bright stainless gun with vent rib barrel which has usual barrel markings. Two piece wood grips. Housed in a blue plastic hard case with foam interior. Original paperwork enclosed. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near mint. Appears factory test fired only and retains virtually all of its original finish to metal surfaces. Grips with a couple of tiny rubs towards butt of grips and a very small surface chip in the finish to tip of right grip at frame. Case is excellent with end label removed. Paperwork is very good. An opportunity to buy a near mint Anaconda with beautiful Ultimate Stainless finish. 1,500 - 2,500 294

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2097 - (C) ENGRAVED COLT SECOND GENERATION BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1967). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Buntline Special Serial No. SA46024 Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt Barrel Length: 12” FFL Status: Curio & Relic There is no factory letter on this engraved Colt but it is signed JRF at butt. It has all the standard buntline features such as 12” barrel, .45 caliber, blue and case color with plain two piece ivory grips. There is scroll engraving on barrel, cylinder and straps but none on the frame. The barrel and cylinder have gold border lines. There were only 3,900 second generation buntlines made. CONDITION: Gun does not appear to have been fired since finished but may have a handling mark. 1,500 - 2,500 2098 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE SMITH AND WESSON REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Smith And Wesson Model: (A) 629-3 (B) 686-3 (C) 60-7 Serial No. (A) TJB5304 (B) BNB2466 (C) BPC5426 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Magnum (B) .357 Magnum (C) .38 Special Barrel Length: (A) 6 - 1/2” (B) 2 - 1/2” (C) 1 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson Model 629-3 full lugged 6 - 1/2 inch barrel with red ramp front sight, white outline adjustable rear sight. “N” frame with grooved hammer and checkered hammer. Etched 629 CLASSIC DX on left side of barrel. Rubber Smith & Wesson monogrammed grips. CONDITION: Excellent plus condition with minor handling marks but no indication of actual use. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 686-3. Stainless steel L frame, six shot cylinder, K frame round butt grips with Pachmayer gripper grips. Red ramp front sight with standard adjustable rear. Smooth combat trigger with standard hammer. All stainless construction. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and mechanics. (C) Smith & Wesson Model 60-3 Ladysmith variation with padded carry case. 2” stainless steel, 5 shot J-frame with round butt. CONDITION: Very fine and appears unfired. 1,250 - 1,750 2099 - (M) COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH BOX (1980). Manufacturer: Colt Model: Python Serial No. VA7725 Caliber/Bore: .357 Mag Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern

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This is an example of a Python that left the factory as a blue gun and was ultimately stripped and refinished in a brushed nickel. This thinned out the pony and resulted in some slightly dished screws. It is also possibly the earliest known stainless Python known as it was made three years before the stainless models were introduced in 1983. CONDITION: The cylinder shows a light ring as it was fired after refinish. It is standard in all respects with Colt gold medallion rubber grips. It comes in a period correct box that is labeled for a blue model with matching serial number. This gun was made in 1980 and has the yellow hang tag and both Colt booklets. If you are looking for a handsome Python that you can shoot and not feel guilty, this might be your gun. 1,250 - 1,500 2100 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .41 REVOLVER (1901). Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Serial No. 207206 Caliber/Bore: .41 Colt Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This Colt was made in 1901 and features the 4 3/4” barrel, six shot, single action with black hard rubber grips. The entire gun was re-nickel plated and as a result, you cannot read caliber on left side of barrel but it was tested and was made for the .41 Long Colt cartridge. None of the barrel markings are readable but frame stamps are fine. If barrel was to be re-stamped, it would be a pretty handsome gun as they did not over polish the rest of the gun and edges are pretty sharp. CONDITION: It has a nice action and locks up fine with a strong bore with light residue. Grips show wear and right panel has turned almost brown. 1,000 - 1,500

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2101 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE CHIAPPA FIREARMS REVOLVERS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Chiappa Firearms Model: (ALL) 200D Serial No. (A) RH16402 (B) 16D05063 (C) 14B63209 Caliber/Bore: (A) .40 S&W (B) .357 Magnum (C) .40 S&W Barrel Length: (ALL) 2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of: (A) Chiappa Firearms revolver in black finish. A unique double action 6 shot with a low barrel firing out of the bottom cylinder. Designed for personal carry. Included factory box and leather holster. CONDITION: Excellent, showing evidence of factory test firing. (B) Chiappa Firearms revolver in black finish. A unique double action 6 shot with a low barrel firing out of the bottom cylinder. Designed for personal carry. Included factory box and leather holster. CONDITION: Very good, showing evidence of cylinders being fired and light handling marks on the finish.(C) Chiappa Firearms revolver in stainless. A unique double action 6 shot with a low barrel firing out of the bottom cylinder. Designed for personal carry. Included factory box and leather holster. CONDITION: Near new, showing very little evidence of being fired. JTH 1,000 - 2,000

2102 - (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. 1,000 - 1,800

2103 - (M) TWO FINE COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVERS- SCOUT & BUNTLINE Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Peacemaker Buntline (B) Scout Frontier Serial No. (A) G163536 (B) 49175F Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 Long Rifle (B) .22 Long Rifle Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Modern (A) Colt Peacemaker Buntline made in 1976 with a 7 - 1/2” barrel, blue and case color with a set of real stag grips. Also comes with two cylinders, one is a .22 magnum. CONDITION: There is a drag line and a couple of handling marks only, remains in near mint condition. (B) Colt Scout Frontier Single Action Revolver made in 1959. Finished in all blue with factory gold fill machine engraving with faux ivory grips. CONDITION: Has been fired but remains in near mint overall condition. Also included with these two revolvers is a set of tools for deluxe display box that includes two turnscrews, a brush, a cleaning rod, all with dark wood handles and a wood box with wood oil bottle. All like new in period unmarked box. 1,000 - 1,300 296

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2104 - (C) NEAR NEW COLT KING COBRA REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERWORK. Manufacturer: Colt Model: King Cobra Serial No. KV6328 Caliber/Bore: .357 Magnum Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in 1990, this beautiful King Cobra with 4” barrel and blued finish. Checkered rubber grips with gold Colt Medallions. Housed in its original Colt Box with matching end label and all original paperwork enclosed. CONDITION: Extremely fine and about as close to new as can be found. Appears test fired by the factory only with only the most minute of handling marks. Retains virtually all original finish. Box is excellent with rounding on the corners and scuffs. Paperwork is excellent. 800 - 1,250 2105 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 DOUBLE ACTION .41 MAGNUM REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 57 Serial No. N648937 Caliber/Bore: .41 Magnum Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Made in 1979-80 and built on the square butt N-frame, three screw, pinned barrel, recessed chambers. Finish is blue with case color hammer and trigger with target checkered rosewood grips, target hammer and trigger, target rear sight with red insert front. CONDITION: Gun has been fired and does have a drag line otherwise, retains nearly all of the factory high polish blue finish with usual handling marks. Fine bore and action. Comes in original mahogany case with tools. 800 - 1,200

2106 - (M) CASED AND ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 442 DOUBLE ACTION ONLY REVOLVER. Manufacturer: S&W Model: 442 Serial No. CXZ7327 Caliber/Bore: .38 S&W Special +P Barrel Length: 1 - 7/8” FFL Status: Modern Offered is an fine master engraved Smith & Wesson Model 442. Standard configuration featuring a fixed serrated ramp front sight and notch rear sight. Internal hammer designed to allow for easier concealed carry. Has generous amount of engraving on frame and cylinder in an attractive floral pattern. Grips are checkered and engraved wood, with floral pattern bordering the checkered area. Comes with factory wood presentation case, factory blue plastic case, lock, and paperwork. CONDITION: Gun is like new inside and out with minor handling marks. 800 - 1,200 2107 - (C) STEVENS NEW POCKET RIFLE NO. 40 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Hunter Pet Serial No. 30134 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 12 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Introduced in 1896 and made until 1916. Easily identified by the conventional trigger with guard rather than spur trigger. This pistol barrel has been reblued and the barrel number does not match the frame and/or matching nickel plated shoulder stock. The front sight is a folding Beech style, the rear sight is a single blade and is a replacement. Pistol has the rare grip strap mounted long range tang sight. CONDITION: Nickel plated frame retains 90% of its original finish. Strong clean rifling. Working extractor. 80% original nickel on matching metal stock. This tang sight can be found mounted on this pistol on page 81 in the book entitled “Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles” by Kenneth Cope. 750 - 1,200

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2108 - (C) STEVENS NEW MODEL POCKET RIFLE NO. 40 WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Stevens Model: Hunter Pet Serial No. 20754 Caliber/Bore: .22 Barrel Length: 18” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

Introduced in 1896 and made until 1916. Easily identified by the conventional trigger with guard rather than spur trigger. Rare 18” barrel in .22 caliber. Matching number on barrel and frame. Fixed globe front sight and the rear sight is a folding leaf style referred to as Stevens Combination Sights (page 81). CONDITION: Nickel plated frame retains 98% of its original finish. Barrel retains at least 90% factory blue with some patina showing through finish. Strong clean rifling. Working extractor. 90% original nickel on unnumbered metal stock. This sights featured can be found mounted on this pistol on page 81 in the book entitled “Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles” by Kenneth Cope. Grips are refinished. This is an fine example of a long barreled Stevens. 750 - 1,250

2109 - (C) C-96 COMMERCIAL BROOMHANDLE MAUSER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 239056 Caliber/Bore: 7.63×25mm Mauser Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include round barrel with integral post front sight, 50 - 1000 meter rear tangent sight, integral ten round box magazine, second type safety and wood grips. Over the chamber is “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF/N” and on the right side “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF NECKAR”. Crown U proof on left side of chamber. CONDITION: Bright shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. All matching numbers. Gun retains approximately 88% of the original factory blue finish showing some handling marks and high edge wear. Some thinning on the front of the frame. Comes in a non-matching numbered stock/holster. A very good condition commercial broomhandle. 1,000 - 1,500

2110 - (M) MAUSER 1900 AMERICAN EAGLE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: 1900 American Eagle Serial No. 11.0125 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Interarms imported Mauser Model 1900 Pattern American Eagle 9 Parabellum Pistol in original numbers matching box with test target. Checkered walnut grips with grip safety. Blue finish with straw finished controls. CONDITION: Very fine with little evidence of actual use. Bore and mechanics are excellent. Grips are as new. Box has loose corners but very good and legible label. Numbers matching target is crisp and excellent. A desirable and uncommon commercial re-issue of the famed Parabellum Pistol. 1,000 - 1,500

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2111 - (C) MAUSER BANNER 1936 DATED LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P08 Serial No. 4034v 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”, center toggle link marked “MAUSER” correct “Crown U” Waffenamts on left side of receiver. All matching numbers except the magazine. Magazine is a later blue magazine with aluminum bottom that is marked with a 2. Grips are unnumbered. CONDITION: Gun has been professionally restored and retains approximately 98% of the non-original factory blue finish. Straw has been reapplied and is 98%. Full checkered wood grips with no chips or cracks these are modern reproductions. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. 1,000 - 1,500 2112 - (C) LOT OF THREE: CUSTOM LUGER AND TWO P-38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (A) DWM (B&C) WALTHER Model: (A) P08 (B) P38 (C) P38 Serial No. (A) 2332 (B) 9007 (C) 85781 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) 9MM Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 5/8” (B) 4 - 3/4” (C) 4 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Custom built Luger with heavy barrel, cut down grip frame and magazine. Straw small parts. Custom made grips. CONDITION: Gun is completely refinished. Stock lug has been removed. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. (B) Custom built Mauser P-38 with heavy barrel, cut down grip frame and magazine. Custom made grips. Fire blue small parts. CONDITION: Gun is completely refinished. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. (C) Custom built Walther P-38 with heavy barrel, cut down grip frame and magazine. Straw small parts. Custom made grips. CONDITION: Gun is completely refinished. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. 1,500 - 2,500 2113 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO JAPANESE WWII HANDGUNS: TYPE 14 17.11 DATE & TYPE 94 10.12 DATE. Manufacturer: (A) Nambu (B) Japanese Model: (A) Type 14 (B) Type 94 Serial No. (A) 58201 (B) 679 Caliber/Bore: (A) 8mm (B) 8mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Type 14 Nambu made at the Toriimatsu Branch of Nagoya Arsenal. Date code of 17.11 (November of 1942). Wood grips. Large trigger guard. Matching numbers including magazine. CONDITION: Retains 85% of a thin mottled type finish. Markings are clear. Wood grips have some dings and handling marks. Good mechanical function. Bore has sharp rifling with some light surface rust. (B) Type 94 made at Nagoya arsenal with a date code of 10.12 (December of 1935). 1935 made Type 94 pistols are extremely hard to find due to very limited production. Considering that production of the Type 94 only started in June of 1935, not many were produced that year. This gun has a 3 digit serial number and is all matching with the exception of the magazine. Early style black plastic grips. The finish on these earlier production guns is much finer than the standard war time guns. CONDITION: Retains 80% original finish overall. Minor areas of very slight pitting. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with some light handling marks. Bore has strong rifling with slight frosting. Fine mechanical function. GR 1,500 - 2,500

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2114 - (M) LOT OF THREE: ROCK RIVER ARMS LAR-PPS AND ARSENAL SAM7K SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS TOGETHER WITH A KEL-TEC KSG SHOTGUN. Manufacturer: (A) Rock River (B) Arsenal (C) Kel-Tec Model: (A) LAR-PPS (B) SAM7K (C) KSG Serial No. (A) BA003994 (B) KO522287 (C) X4553 Caliber/Bore: (A) 5.56 (B) 7.62 (C) 12 Gauge Barrel Length: (A) 9” (B) 10 - 1/2” (C) 18 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern Lot consists of (A) Rock River Arms LAR-PPS with folding charging handle, A2 style flash hider, sling swivel at rear, polymer furniture. Mounted with a Trijicon SRS red dot sight. CONDITION: Good used condition with some marks from operation and handling. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Trijicon will not turn on. (B) Arsenal SAM7K with milled receiver, left side scope mount, peep sights, left side thumb safety lever, polymer furniture. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with a few marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. (C) Kel-Tec KSG shotgun with dual feed tubes, upper picatinny rail and secondary lower rail mounted to slide action. 3” shells. Comes in Kel-Tec cardboard box with sling, paperwork. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the majority of factory finish with a few marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore. Comes with five extra AR magazines, and three extra AK magazines marked “Arsenal Pistol Only” in silver. Lot comes with a bulldog rifle case with three extra AR magazine, one AK magazine with “7.62” in silver sharpie. 1,500 - 2,500 2115 - (C) BERGMANN BAYARD MDL 1910/21 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Bergmann Bayar Model: 1910/21 Serial No. 9369 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Bergman Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Features include round barrel with fixed sights. Blowback semi-automatic action, exposed hammer, detachable box magazine, and smooth two piece wood grip panels. Manufactured for the first Danish contract. CONDITION: Gun retains 92% of the original applied blue finish with just a bit of high edge wear. Smooth grip panels that are numbered to the gun. Magazine is not matching and is number 9281. Bright and shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. 2,000 - 3,000 2116 - (M) CABOT GUNS “THE JONES” SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Cabot Guns Model: The Jones Serial No. CGXPUT023 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Modern Novak three dot white combat sights, Kart National Match barrel, Cabot checkered front and rear cocking serrations, ambidextrous safeties, lightweight hammer, extended slide release, Cabot barrel bushing, three hole serrated trigger, full length guide rod, rosewood grips, high polish blue finish. Comes in Cabot lockable display case. Jewelled Chip McCormick magazine. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of the finish with a few very light handling and operation marks. Operates correctly with a fine bore. 2,000 - 4,000

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2117 - (C) MAUSER C-96 RED 9 BROOMHANDLE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH HOLSTER. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C-96 Broomhandle Serial No. 77669 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include round barrel with integral post front sight, 50 - 500 meter rear tangent sight, integral ten round box magazine, second type safety and wood grips with a red nine embossed on both grips. Over the chamber is “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF/N” and on the right side “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF NECKAR”. Typical heavy machining marks and poorly fitted grips. 150,000 of these were ordered by the German army in 1916. CONDITION: Excellent with bright shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. All matching numbers. Gun retains approximately 92% of the original factory blue finish showing some handling marks and high edge wear. Comes in a matching numbered stock/holster. 2,000 - 3,000 2118 - (C) WORLD WAR I GERMAN MAUSER RED 9 C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK ASSEMBLY. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C-96 Serial No. 67058 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard Red 9 configuration, in the German military contract range with military acceptance proof on right side of chamber flat. All matching numbers. Wood grips with red painted “9” in them. Accompanied by the matching shoulder stock and 1917 dated brown leather stock holster. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall. All markings are clear. Grips are very good showing some wear. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Good mechanical function. Stock has dings and handling marks, metal having a pleasing patina. Leather is solid with crazing and strong stitching, markings are good. GR 2,000 - 3,000 2119 - (C) WALTHER-JOHN MARTZ “BABY” MODEL P-38 9MM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: John Martz Model: P38 Compact Serial No. 5135A Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Originally manufactured by Walther, this P-38 has been reworked by California gunsmith John Martz, who significantly reduced the overall dimensions of the pistol without sacrificing the pistol’s distinct profile. Measuring 6 - 3/4” in total length and 4 - 7/8” tall, this pistol is fitted with fixed sights, with “JVM” and “64” in ovals on the left side of the frame, mixed “359” and “135” Nazi proofs, checkered fancy walnut grips and one magazine shortened to match the grip frame. CONDITION: Near mint as custom refurbished with 98% plus high polish blue finish, showing a few light handling marks overall. The grips are very fine with sharp checkering and attractive grain. Mechanically excellent. 3,000 - 4,000

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2120 - (C) MAUSER C-96 BROOMHANDLE WITH STOCK WITH WORLD WAR II MARKINGS Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 422002 Caliber/Bore: 7.63 Mauser Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Mauser C-96 Broomhandle pistol chambered for the 7.63 Mauser cartridge and equipped with wooden holster/stock. U Crown proofed and finished in the wartime commercial finish, this pistol was probably intended for export for the Chinese market. Hammer is New Safety marked. Having Imperial proofs on right side of chamber and very unusual World War II era Nazi German proof (Eagle over HZaJT18). Housed in original wooden shoulder stock/holster. CONDITION: Very fine with all numbers matching internally and externally. Over 90% original rust blue finish remains with loss on barrel from stock storage as well as magazine base plate and typical grips straps and edge wear. Bore is excellent and mechanics are properly functioning. Wooden stock is complete with attaching iron but is not numbers matching to pistol.A unique and fine condition C96. 3,000 - 4,000 2121 - (C) EXTREMELY EARLY AND RARE U.S. MARINE CORP COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1913). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 US Serial No. 36457 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This Colt US Army Model 1911 falls into the serial number range of the second shipment of Colts issued to the Marine Corp of approximately 1,200 guns 36401-37650. The first order of Marine Corp Colts was shipped in 1912, serial range 3501-3800, or approximately 300 pistols. This gun was shipped in 1913. There are only a few items found on this gun that do not date to 1913: barrel has the in-line “HP” stamp (instead of perpendicular, first used on serial number 110001, which would make it a second type barrel first used in 1915) and the magazine is not a first style keyhole type nor does it have a lanyard so was not used until 1915. The rear sight is a Type II with the beveled edge and U-notch which was not used until 1914. Other standard correct period features include diamond checkered walnut grips, flat smooth main spring housing with lanyard, long smooth trigger, Type I short wide spur checkered hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, and Type I short half moon rounded front sight. Left side of frame has the proper inspector stamp of Walter G. Penfield. The left side of slide has the Type I pre-1912 patent date with rear pony. Frame is stamped “UNITED STATES PROPERTY”. Right side of slide is simply stamped”MODEL OF 1911 US ARMY”. CONDITION: All legends are sharp but there is basically no original Colt blue remaining. It is simply an all grey patina; smooth, clean, and homogeneous. Grips are excellent. Functions properly and has a sharp, clean bore. The few parts needed to make this all correct for 1913 are fairly easy to find with the exception of the first type barrel. All of these parts were probably updated by the armorer at the time gun was in field use. Magazines were lost, barrels wore out and the first type rear sight probably got damaged. This is the first Marine Corp range Colt 1911 that we have ever offered as they are extremely hard to locate as the survival rate, due to the use and years in service, make this example difficult to find on today’s market. Those few that have been offered are usually found with no condition and this example, although devoid of finish, is extremely sharp. 4,000 - 6,000

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2122 - (C) CUSTOM 20 SHOT C-96 BROOMHANDLE MAUSER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 40447 Caliber/Bore: 7.63 Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include scarce 20 shot integral magazine. Small ring upper with a 50-1000 meter tangent sight. “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF A NECKAR” on right side of frame. “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF A/N” on top of chamber. Crown U proof on left side of chamber. 32 grooved walnut grips marked “MSM” at the bottom of each grip. Frame is cut for a stock lug. This gun has been assembled from parts and renumbered to match. CONDITION: Gun retains 98% of the reapplied non-original blue finish. Bright and shiny bore with crisp lands and groove. Wood grips are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. A very interesting gun and a chance to own a 20 shot broomhandle without spending a small fortune. 5,000 - 8,000

2123 - (C) MAUSER S/42 LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH RIG. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: Luger Serial No. 4888 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 “1939” over the chamber. This is an all matching numbers gun including the magazines. CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 98% of the original applied blue finish, with just a hint of high edge wear and holster wear. Numbered checkered wood grips with sharp checkering. Great bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in an excellent black military holster marked “KARL BOOKER 1940 WALDBROL” holster and an Eagle 63 loading tool. A very fine World War Two military Luger. 2,500 - 3,500

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2124 - (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. 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. 2,000 - 2,500 2125 - (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 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. 2,000 - 2,500 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. 3,500 - 5,500 2127 - (M) CASED HECKLER & KOCH P7 M8 “SQUEEZE COCKER” SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: H&K Model: P7 M8 Serial No. 16128200 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Modern This magazine fed pistol was made in West Germany and features all steel construction, steel slide, black composite grips, white Novak style combat sights, squeeze cocker. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original box with extra magazine, paperwork and accessories. JTH 1,750 - 2,500

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2128 - (C) FACTORY ENGRAVED & CASED WALTHER MODEL PP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Walther Model: PP Serial No. 34227A Caliber/Bore: .380 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 7/8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Made in Germany and imported by Interarms, both of which are stamped on right side of pistol. The gun is factory engraved in typical German Oak leaf pattern and fitted with special faux ivory grips and the entire gun is silver plated. CONDITION: The silver shows some tarnish and remains in 100% all original near mint condition and comes in Walther fitted case with two magazines. A stunning Walther. 1,750 - 2,750

2129 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (ALL) Japanese Nambu Model: (ALL) Type 14 Serial No. (A) 65822 (B) 18953 (C) 50896 Caliber/Bore: (ALL) 8mm Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 1/2” (B) 4 - 1/2” (C) 4 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Lot consists of (A) Showa 19.12 March 44 - August 1945. Late war pistol made at Toriimatsu factory at Nagoya Arsenal. The non-checkered mahogany grips both have matching last four digits to gun. Late hot salt blue finish. Magazine number does not match. CONDITION: 95% of the arsenal applied finish with fine bore and action. (B) Showa 19.2 November 1943 - February 1944. Matching 953 on blue magazine with nine groove base. Matching 8953 on both grooved mahogany grips. 98% original hot salt blue finish. CONDITION: Fine bore and action. Same factory as above. Fine bore and action. (C) Showa 17.4 January 1942 - November 43. Same factory as above. Matching 896 on blue magazine. 896 stamped inside both grooved mahogany grip panels. CONDITION: 75% plus remaining original hot salt blue. Fine bore and action. Lot comes with two original period holsters, one reproduction and one original strap. 1,800 - 2,400

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2130 - (C) MAUSER C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 351855 Caliber/Bore: 7.63mm Mauser Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Standard production C96 Broomhandle Mauser pistol. All markings are clear. Wood grips. All numbers are matching on gun. Not import marked. Military inspectors proof on the right side of the slide just ahead of the barrel. Accompanied by a non-matching Imperial proofed stock. Stock fits gun correctly and locks in tightly. CONDITION: Gun retains 80% of a properly restored rust blue finish, having thinned in a few areas. Wood grips are fine with some light handling marks. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Fine mechanical function. Stock has some light handling marks, proof mark is a little weak. GR 1,500 - 2,000

2131 - (C) MAUSER POLICE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: P08 Serial No. 5884h Caliber/Bore: 9mm Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic

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Features 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 “S/42” with 1936 over the chamber. Grips are modern reproductions. All numbers on the gun are matching including the two FXO magazines. They are numbered in the police style #1 and #2. CONDITION: Gun retains 70% of the original factory applied blue finish. With thinning straps and high edge wear. 70% factory straw small parts. Fair bore with sharp lands and grooves. Comes in a minty russet brown Police holster manufactured by “A. FISHER BERLIN 1942”. All stitching is tight and serviceable. 1,500 - 2,000

2132 - (C) MAUSER C-96 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH STOCK. Manufacturer: Mauser Model: C96 Serial No. 371615 Caliber/Bore: .30 Mauser Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features include round barrel with integral post front sight, 50 - 1000 meter rear tangent sight, integral ten round box magazine, second type safety, and wood grips with 34 lines. Over the chamber is “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF/N” and on the right side “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF NECKAR”. Typical heavy machining marks and poorly fitted grips. CONDITION: Excellent with bright shiny bore with sharp lands and grooves. All matching numbers. Gun retains approximately 92% of the original factory blue finish showing some handling marks and high edge wear. Comes in a non-matching numbered stock/holster. Lanyard loop has been removed from the bottom of the grip. 1,500 - 2,000

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2133 - (C) SCARCE COLT W SERIES GOVERNMENT MODEL BRITISH CONTRACT .455 ELEY 1918 WITH FACTORY LETTER. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911 Serial No. W100090 Caliber/Bore: .455 Eley Barrel Length: 5” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This gun was part of a shipment of 300 pistols to Captain Sir Connop Guthrie on February 21st, 1918 in New York on behalf of the British Government for use in the first World War. 13,300 units in total were provided to the British, many of those issued to the RAF, some stamped. British proofs on the left side of the frame and slide, as well as on the barrel. Proper .455 marked magazine with lanyard ring, however the number is not matching. W series serial number. PROVENANCE: This gun is accompanied by a Colt factory letter and a brief biographical sketch of Captain Sir Connop Guthrie. CONDITION: Retains 85% of a British arsenal finish with holster wear to high edges. Legends are sharp. Checkered diamond wood grips show normal light wear. Bore shows typical wear with visible rifling and some fine pitting. Fine mechanical function. The original barrels and magazines for this rare Colt sell for around 1500 a set when and if you can find them. 3,500 - 5,000 2134 - (C) COLT MODEL 1902 SPORTING SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL, MADE IN 1903. Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1902 Serial No. 4740 Caliber/Bore: .38 Rimless Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Second year of production with the early style slide markings, 1897 being the last patent date. 16 slide serrations. Hard rubber grips. Magazine marked “PAT’D SEPT.9.1884”. CONDITION: Retains 70% high luster blue overall. All markings are clear. Grips are fine with light handling marks. Fine bore with strong rifling. Magazine appears to have been nickel finished, retains 65% of that finish. GR 1,500 - 2,500 2135 - (C) EARLY 4” COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (1906) Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1903 Pocket Serial No. 39986 Caliber/Bore: .32 Barrel Length: 4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Among the most desirable guns of this series are the early so called “high polish” models. This is such and example in extremely high original condition. It has a lot of the early features including a flat barrel bushing, 4” barrel, first type rubber grips with scalloped Colt border. All of the small parts and screws exhibit the fire or nitre blue. The magazine catch is checkered and comes with one original full blue magazine with pinned high polish unmarked base. CONDITION: This fine gun has some minor high edge wear but still retains approximately 95% of the original high polish blue including the straps. Still has a strong rifled bore and fine action. 1,200 - 1,800 2136 - (C) NICKEL PLATED COLT MODEL M 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH IVORIES (1921). Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1903 Pocket Hammerless Serial No. 398070 Caliber/Bore: .32 ACP Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic This beautiful Colt has been expertly restored to as new condition with nearly all of the proper type nickel finish and a minty pair of real ivory grips with Colt gold medallions. The magazine has the crimped base with caliber stamps. CONDITION: All of the factory legends are as sharp as the day they were applied. The tone of the nickel is true Colt quality and appearance. The bore is sharp and the action is fine. Looks like it should be resting in an original box. 1,200 - 1,800

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2137 - (M) HK MK23 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: HK Model: Mk 23 Serial No. 23-017423 Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2” FFL Status: Modern The Mk 23 was adopted by the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) for special operations units. Waterproof and corrosion-resistant. Features an ambidextrous safety and magazine release on both sides of the frame. The magazine release is at the rear edge of the trigger guard, which is wide enough to allow the use of gloves. A decocking lever is on the left side, which will silently lower the cocked hammer. The Mk 23 is part of a larger weapon system that includes an attachable Laser Aiming Module (LAM), a suppressor, and some other features such as a special high pressure match cartridge (.45 +P ammunition). CONDITION: This pistol is near new and comes in soft carry case with paperwork, two magazines and tool. Does not include any additional sights or suppressor. 1,000 - 1,500

2138 - (M) BOXED MAGNUM RESEARCH IMI .50 AE DESERT EAGLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: IMI Model: Desert Eagle Serial No. 100937 Caliber/Bore: .50 AE Barrel Length: 6” FFL Status: Modern Manufactured circa 1994 based on included advertisements. Gun is a standard configuration Desert Eagle in .50 Action Express and featuring a matte black finish. Gun is in its original box, correctly serial numbered to gun and includes a 1994 advertisement booklet for Magnum Research, tool, and manual. CONDITION: Gun is quite fine, with a few light handling marks and some silvering on a few high edges, particularly on right side. Fine action, polygonal rifling is excellent. Functional manual mechanics. 1,000 - 1,500

2139 - (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. 1,000 - 1,500 308

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2140 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT 1903 2ND YEAR PRODUCTION (1904) SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 15158 (B) 14596 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4” Lot consists of: High polish Colts made in 1904 with all the early features. Both have the Browning patent on left side of slide, flat plunger, early magazine release, and early front sights. (A) Correct original Type I grips. CONDITION: Retains a large amount of the early high polish finish. The left side of slide and frame retain approximately 40% original blue while the right side retains about 80% as does the front grip strap. Balance of finish is simply a flaked soft gray patina. The grips are excellent. The magazine is all blue with non-stamped high polish base. Fine bore and action. (B) Has a replaced incorrect type rear sight. Grips are post 1911 Type II. It has a later caliber stamped base magazine. CONDITION: There is no original finish remaining and is basically a dull grey patina. Grips are excellent. Fine bore and action. 1,000 - 2,000 2141 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO EARLY COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS (1908-1910). Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1903 Serial No. (A) 68863 (B) 98431 Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 ACP Barrel Length: (A) 4” (B) 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Both of these pistols are of early high polish era. Lot consists of (A) Made in 1908, with the longer 4” barrel with flat bushing, patent on left side but Browning no longer mentioned, Type 1 sights, Type 1 Colt rubber grips and early checkered magazine release. The magazine is early full blue, pinned base with no caliber markings. CONDITION: The trigger, safety and screws still retain majority of their original fire blue finish. The straps are a soft patina while balance of metal shows edge wear but still retains at least 85% of the original factory high polish blue finish. Fine bore and action. Grips are excellent as well. (B) Fire blue trigger, safety, and screws but the barrel is now the standard 3 - 3/4”. Patent date still on left side of frame but no Browning name. Early flat barrel bushing and checkered magazine release and still has Type 1 sights and grips. Magazine is full blue, pinned base with no caliber stamp. CONDITION: The rear strap is soft patina. The slide shows wear with some freckling but still retains approximately 70% original factory blue finish while the frame remains at about 90%. The grips are fine. This great pistol still retains most of the desirable fire blue finish. The bore and action are nice. This pair of fine pistols show the transition of the early Model M. 1,000 - 1,500

2142 - (C) 1920 DWM COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: DWM Model: 1920 Comercial Serial No. 169l Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 3 - 3/4” FFL Status: Curio & Relic Features 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. CONDITION: All matching numbers gun. Gun retains approximately 97% 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 front of frame. Sharp checkered wood grips that show very minimal handling marks. No chips or cracks in the wood. Grips are un-numbered. Correct eight round nickel magazine with wood bottom and marked “GERMANY”. Bore shows some frosting in the lands and grooves. A high condition commercial gun. 800 - 1,200

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2143 - (C) 1914 ERFURT LP.08 ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Manufacturer: Erfurt Model: LP.08 Serial No. 6380t Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger Barrel Length: 8” FFL Status: Curio & Relic 1914 dated Erfurt Artillery Luger. Features round barrel with inverted V fine tune front sight, nine position fine tune artillery rear sight, toggle action, finely checkered walnut grips, straw small parts, and eight round detachable box magazine. 1914 dated chamber with “(Crown) ERFURT” on the