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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.


SOLD $32,400

SOLD $96,000 SOLD $207,000 SOLD $45,140

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SOLD $28,000

SOLD $143,750

SOLD $300,000

Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

SOLD $210,000

SOLD $88,800

denver, pa | las vegas, nv SOLD $2,530,000


Welcome to “Welcome to Morphy Auctions, the finest auction destination for fresh to the market collections. My staff and I are committed to exceeding your expectations at every point of contact, as well as helping you reach your collecting or selling goals. Integrity, respect, and honesty are the pillars of our business. And our experts and gallery professionals are the finest in the industry. I am confident that you will be pleased that you entrusted your collection to Morphy Auctions. I know that you have many buying and selling options and sincerely appreciate your business. We look forward to assisting you and welcome your inquiries anytime.�

Dan Morphy President & Founder

Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

SOLD $84,000

SOLD $55,000

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


About Us Dan Morphy President & Founder

Morphy Auctions in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania & Las

Vegas, Nevada, has become one of the great success stories of the antiques trade. Founded by Dan Morphy in 1997, Morphy’s has realized meteoric growth and set numerous auction world records in many categories, while attracting a global following of buyers that grows exponentially with each successive sale. Our goal is to provide the best overall buying and selling experience for our customers. With one of the largest under-roof auction houses in the country, the Morphy Auctions east coast headquarters spans over 45,000 sq. ft. The building is customized to meet the growing and changing needs of the antiques industry. Our west coast location in Las Vegas, NV has recently undergone extensive renovations and facility upgrades. Upon entering either of our locations you will notice an inviting customer service area conveniently staffed with full-time, knowledgeable employees and antiques experts who are happy to assist you. Whether you visit us on the east or west coast, Morphy Auctions takes pride in providing you with quality antiques, professional service, and an enjoyable consignment experience. Morphy Auctions has a team of experts to assess your collection and assist you in every step of the consignment process. Our expert team is listed at the end of this catalog and includes specialists from all collecting categories, including: advertising, coin-op, toys, cast iron, dolls, fine and decorative arts, jewelry, firearms, plus many more. With our headquarters located in Denver, Pennsylvania, our proximity to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., makes us easily accessible to potential auction bidders and consignors. Similarly, our west coast location in Las Vegas, NV makes us easily accessible for those located in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento.

SOLD $69,000

Morphy Auctions is grounded in the values of honesty and integrity. We continue to be the discriminating collector’s #1 choice when it comes to buying or selling antiques.


Consigning With Us

SOLD $21,600

SOLD $96,000 Colt 1909 #11 SOLD $105,000

SOLD $44,500

SOLD $15,600

MORPHY AUCTIONS offers a wide range of categories from Tiffany to mechanical banks, specializing in “fresh to the market” collections. We work hard to create a welcoming atmosphere that encourages optimal financial results for our consignors. We are committed to taking the utmost care in handling the items, giving our consignors the personalized attention and dedicated staff support they deserve, and making every auction a high-profile event in every sense. From the extended preview to the prime auction location and professional advertising and marketing campaign, it’s easy to see why your collection should be entrusted to the experts at Morphy’s.

We never cut corners, and to ensure proper attention is given to each collection, a minimum of four months’ lead time is required for all consignments. All consignments are entered into a custom-designed inventory system and auction database in order to ensure proper documentation and inventory tracking. Throughout the entire process, all auction items are fully insured, from the moment we take possession of goods until ownership has transferred on the date of sale.

“We have known and dealt with the Morphy family for the past 25 years. We have always found the whole family helpful and welcoming. Dan is a driving force and energetic personality who will professionally represent your collection in the marketplace.With the close support of his whole family, you can be confident that you and your collection will receive direct personal attention. You will always enjoy a friendly

SOLD $143,750

welcome and be assured that you will be treated fairly. The result will be a great auction experience.” SOLD $7,800

- John & Adrienne Haley, United Kingdom

SOLD $46,000


Our Facility At Morphy’s it’s not just about the business; it’s about the experience...

Morphy Auctions is one of the largest under-roof auction houses, spanning over 45,000 sq. ft. The facility is customized to meet the growing and changing needs of the antiques industry. Our goal is to provide the best overall buying and selling experience for our customers. The clean, well-lit, fully carpeted and climate-controlled gallery is customized to ensure the ideal atmosphere for the antiques and collectibles housed within. Whether large or small, all of the antiques are properly secured and professionally displayed to maximize their eye appeal.

$90,000

Attributes of the facility include executive and staff offices, a conference room, holding area for loading/unloading goods, custom-built storage space, and a dedicated shipping and packing area. The pride of the facility is the stylish auction room, featuring comfortable theater-style seats, a marble-style floor and decorative tin ceiling with ambient lighting. With technology continually evolving, Morphy’s offers state-ofthe-art options for bidding and auction participation. The auction room’s design features the latest telecommunications, wireless technology and custom acoustics for the best auction experience possible. Adjacent to the auction room is a sleek and comfortable dining facility equipped with an audio-feed function and windows to enable bidders to monitor the auction activity while dining. The facility also has an outdoor patio area.

SOLD $31,200

SOLD $10,200

Ample parking and all-weather canopy over the front door allow for easy customer deliveries and pickups. Morphy’s utilizes a fully enclosed loading/ unloading dock with hydraulic lift for larger-scale antiques and tractor-trailer deliveries and pickups. No collection is too large or too small for Morphy Auctions.


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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.

CONDITION OF ITEMS

MORPHY’S makes every effort to accurately describe all items offered in its sales, however all items for sale are “as is,” and it is the bidder’s responsibility (present or absentee bidders) to determine the exact condition of each item. 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. No statement anywhere whether oral or written, shall be deemed such a guarantee, warranty or representation. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been restored. The consigner and we make no representation or warranty as to whether the purchaser acquires any reproduction rights in the property. Returns will not be accepted under any circumstances. All items will be available for preview one (1) month prior to the auction. All items are sold for display purpose. If electrical, mechanical, or other working parts are inoperable, even if working at the time of sale, we are not liable due to the inherent nature of the age of these antiques and items. 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. However, we cannot guarantee that questions submitted within 48 hours of the auction date will be answered prior to the auction. FIREARMS – All firearms transfers will be in strict accordance with all International, Federal, State and local laws. Be sure to check your country, state and local laws before bidding. If you are unable to import, purchase or own a firearm according to your residency laws, do not bid on these items. If you bid and find out later you cannot legally own/accept delivery, the bid is still a valid contract that the buyer must pay. • Condition of Firearms and Related Items °° Condition is always a subjective evaluation. Final responsibility rests with the buyer to assess the condition of items. It is not possible to adequately describe in text or photos an antique or collectible item, and many modern items, that have seen use and show wear. MORPHY’S’s goal at all times is to be as fair and honest in our catalog descriptions. MORPHY’S recommends that you personally inspect all items, or enlist a trusted professional to do so for you. °° MORPHY’S will only consider a refund when there is a major description discrepancy or authenticity issue that has a major effect on value. Examples that apply are major restoration

or repair not described, counterfeits, reproductions or major fabrications. °° MORPHY’S will not refund sales with buyers that have disputes regarding a firearm’s bore condition. °° If the discrepancy is less than major, MORPHY’S will not under any circumstance provide a refund. This means that if you are purchasing an item and find undisclosed blemishes, finish differences, wood-to-metal fits issues, surface cracks or chips in wood, dings and dents, and other similar differences, it will not qualify for refund consideration. °° Should the buyer have a major dispute regarding an item, the buyer must notify MORPHY’S within three (3) days of receipt of the item to receive consideration. MORPHY’S in its sole discretion may provide refunds for major description discrepancies or authenticity issues. 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. °° 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. MORPHY’S ships items in order of payment. °° These terms are available only to the original buyer of record. All sales are final. • Firearms Catalog Designations °° A: antique °° M: modern (post 1898), Federal Firearms License (FFL) requirements apply °° C: curio & relic eligible °° N: National Firearms Act / Title II Gun Control Act of 1968 (Class III SOT) requirements apply • Checkout and pickup at our location: °° The same person to whom the bidder number is registered must be the person to pick up the firearm(s) at the conclusion of the sale – Federal Law disallows anyone else from accepting the transfer. °° Modern firearms sales to non-licensed bidders who are picking up guns at our location will require the completion of a form 4473 background check. °° PA auctions only - Handgun purchases also require an additional PICS form/background check for each handgun purchased. This process to fill out forms and obtain a response may take 5-10 minutes. Any applicable state fees associated with these checks will be added to the customer’s invoice. °° NV auctions only - If you have a Conceal & Carry permit issued July 1, 2001 or later, you do not need to complete the background check. °° If you are “Denied” by FBI / PICS background check, you will not be able to take possession of the firearm and the firearm will be consigned to the next available firearm auction. If you do not pay for the item in full, bidder will be blocked from participating in future firearm auctions. °° If you are appealing a “Denied” decision, we will hold the firearm only if you pay in full. (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions °° Licensed bidders, i.e. Federal Firearms licensees or Curios & Relics license holders must present a current signed copy of their license. C&R licensee purchases must conform to the BATF C&R requirements. °° Class 3 weapons processing depends on if the purchaser is a dealer or an individual °° Dealers: Need a copy of FFL and SOT license. Estimated time for processing and approval of the required Form 3 is two months. °° Individuals: Law requires a completed Form 4. MORPHY’S will assist in preparing and getting steps done, includes fingerprint, photo, and a fee of $200. Estimated time for processing and approval of Form 4 is 6-8 months. • Shipping °° PA auctions only - Non-Residents of Pennsylvania may not pickup modern handguns. Any firearms shipped are legally required to be shipped to an ATF licensed FFL dealer within your state of residence for transfer and pickup. You will be responsible for all shipping and transfer costs incurred. °° NV auctions only - Non-residents of Nevada may not pickup modern handguns. °° Modern handguns are required to be shipped via Priority Overnight. °° Modern long guns are shipped via ground to the FFL dealer. °° Upon paying for the firearm you can contact a licensed dealer to send their FFL to firearms@morphyauctions.com with the paid invoice number notated. °° MORPHY’S will not be responsible for exporting modern firearms or any ammunition. Buyer will need to locate a US dealer that can export these items to their country. • Long guns will only be sold to persons 18 years of age, or older. Handguns will only be sold to those persons 21 years of age, or older. Dealers are bound by these minimum age requirements. • Since all firearms sold are “collectible” items, 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 purchasers are on notice that several countries completely prohibit importation of property made, all or in part, of protected materials. Some countries require special permits, such as a CITES permit, from the relevant regulating authority in the countries of exportation and importation as well. Potential purchasers intending to import the property into another country

should be familiar with the relevant customs laws and regulations prior to bidding on goods containing material from protected species. Regulations may vary as the U.S. generally prohibits importation of articles containing material(s) from species it has designated endangered or threatened if the articles are less than 100 years old, subject to certain exceptions. It shall be the potential purchaser’s sole responsibility to research and satisfy the requirements of any laws and regulations that apply to the import and export of property as described in the aforementioned paragraphs. All purchasers agree to comply with any and all domestic and international restrictions on the trade of protected species as a condition of the sale. Please note that the ability to obtain an export license or certificate does not ensure the ability to obtain an import license or certificate in another country, and vice versa. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to obtain any export or import licenses and/or certificates as well as any other required documentation. MORPHY’S is not able to assist the purchaser in attempting to obtain the appropriate licenses and/or certificates, and there is no assurance that an export license or certificate can be obtained. The inability or delay in obtaining permits, licenses or other permissions to import or export goods containing material from protected species will not constitute a basis for rescission or cancellation of the sale of said goods or the delay in payment of purchased items in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions. Grading Scale: Near Mint Plus 97% - 100% Near Mint 90% - 96% Excellent 80% - 89% Very Good 70% - 79% Good Below 70%

BIDDING RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES

The auctioneer will determine the highest bidder. The auctioneer alone has the right to reopen the bidding of an item if deemed necessary due to a dispute. If there is a tie bid between the floor and Internet or absentee bid, the floor bid takes precedence. MORPHY’S and its representatives reserve the right to remove those attendees who impede preview and/or the auction. Title to all merchandise shall pass to the highest bidder at the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer. The buyer will then assume all risk and full responsibility of the lot purchased once ownership has changed. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. MORPHY’S is not responsible for any errors in bids, omissions of bids, or failure to execute bids and shall have no liability to any bidder for any technical or other failure associated with the internet, absentee bidding, or telephone bidding. • ABSENTEE BIDDING - MORPHY’S will accept absentee bids if pre-authorized by mail, fax or through www.morphyauctions. com online. Absentee bidders must use the absentee bid form and clearly mark the lot number, title and maximum bid amount. Absentee bidding forms may be accessed online at www. morphyauctions.com. If there are two (2) identical bids placed 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. (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions Seller(s) agree to allow the Auctioneer to accept and execute absentee bids in a competitive manner for potential buyers and under the Morphy Auctions absentee bidding terms and conditions. During the live sale, the auctioneer will execute your absentee bid competitively up to the maximum amount you have indicated. • ONLINE BIDDING - Online bidding through www.morphyauctions. com, Live Auctioneers, Invaluable, Proxibid, or other bidding platforms may be available; all Terms and Conditions still apply. If there is a tie bid between the internet bidding venues and the floor, the floor bid takes precedence. If a credit card has been 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. . • BID RESULTS – MORPHY’S will only contact successful bidders. Please allow 24-48 hours post auction to receive your official invoice from Morphy Auctions. The invoice will include item, hammer price, premium, packing and handling, shipping, insurance, and any other charges that apply. Please hold phone inquiries regarding bid success until after receiving your invoice. For verifications, 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 717-335-3435 to request a call from our representatives during the live auction.

BID INCREMENTS

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

RESERVES

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

BUYER’S PREMIUM

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

WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. Split payments are subject to a 22% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment.

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

All merchandise must be paid in full within seven (7) days of the date of the sale. If payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer is made within 7 days of the sale, a 2% discount on the Hammer price may be taken by the buyer. DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IF INVOICE IS PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. Split payments are subject to a 22% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment. Purchases totaling $100,000 or more must be paid within three (3) days of the date of the sale. Call 717-335-3435 to pay your invoice by phone or mail payment to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC - 2000 N Reading Rd., Denver, PA 17517 Absentee bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com and Proxibid.com will be auto charged to the credit card entered 48 hours after the end of the sale. If you wish to pay by another method please contact us within 48 hours after the sale. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks/ certified checks, wire transfers, money orders, and cash. • Coins, Currency, Jewelry, and Watches - We accept cash, wire transfer, check, certified check and money orders only. No credit cards. • CREDIT CARD - We will not accept credit card payment for any coin, currency, jewelry, or watch purchases. For first time buyers and credit card charges greater than $2,500.00 buyers must complete the bottom portion of the invoice and must specifically sign the acknowledgement of our terms of sale before we will accept payment via credit card. We do offer the convenience of paying automatically by credit card. If you wish have your card automatically charged for all purchases please complete our “Authorization for Automatic Credit Card Use.” We have this form available online or upon request. Split payments are subject to a 22% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment. • CHECK - There will be a $30.00 service charge for returned checks. Make checks payable to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC. 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 hold all checks over $2,000.00. Customers who have an established successful buying history with MORPHY’S may be exempt from this. We will accept a personal or company check >$2,000 and/ or from a first time buyer if you provide a Bank Letter of Credit, available on our website, www.morphyauctions.com.

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Terms & Conditions • WIRE TRANSFERS – There will be a $30.00 charge added to all wire transfers less than $2,000.00. Please add this amount to your invoice total before sending a wire transfer. In the few situations where a successful bidder does not remit payment when due, 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 and handlings & insurance costs into consideration when bidding on items. • BIDDERS PRESENT AND TAKING ITEMS AFTER AUCTION – Since item liability transfers upon a successful bid, items paid for must be packed, transported and/or removed by the purchaser at his/ her own risk after the close of the sale. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. If any employee or agent of MORPHY’S shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the purchaser. 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 (DENVER LOCATION ONLY) – Packaging, shipping, and insurance on items will be made available as an added courtesy and cost. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. Again, if any employee or agent of MORPHY’S shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the purchaser. MORPHY’S shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. All applicable charges will be applied. Shipping will be based on actual costs via FedEx, FedEx Freight, or USPS (best way). Handling and insurance will vary in cost depending on each invoice. All packages will be shipped with insurance. Items will ship seven to fourteen (7-14) business days after payment is received. • INSURANCE – Shipping insurance is automatically added up to $1,000 for every package. If your package is valued at >$10,000 we will also automatically add “Additional Insurance”, which you can decline by contacting us. If you wish to arrange for “Additional Insurance” for packages valued between $1,000 and $10,000 please contact us prior to payment and we can quote this additional insurance amount for you. Insurance for all 3rd party shipments must be arranged through that carrier. • INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS – MORPHY’S has the capability to ship to international bidders. 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. All international bidders are responsible for knowing their country’s laws on importing items and for paying all customs and duties on the items. • 3RD PARTY SHIPPING of Large Items – Bidders MUST arrange and pay for 3rd party shipping when packages are a certain weight, length, or dimensional size. ∙ Dimensional size is length (the longest measurement) + (height x 2) + (width x 2). For example a 36” x 36” x 12” package = 36 + (36 x2) + (12 x 2) = 132” ∙ USA home shipments must be <70 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size ∙ USA business shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size ∙ International shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <130” dimensional size

∙ There may be certain shipments that meet these requirements that will still require 3rd party shipping, and we will communicate the reason in those cases. • STORAGE FEE – MORPHY’S will charge a storage fee of $50/week for any items awaiting pickup for more than 14 days following the auction date.

APPLICABLE LAW

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

BINDING ARBITRATION

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

POST SALE RETURN POLICY

• MORPHY’S hires knowledgeable experts to provide catalog descriptions on the merchandise we sell. Every effort is made to ensure those descriptions are accurate and that they fully disclose any exceptions to condition. Any buyer who has made their payment within the due date of 7 days who wishes to report a problem must notify MORPHY’S within three (3) days of receipt of their purchased item. Buyers who have not made their payment within the due date of 7 days may not return any items under any circumstances after 35 days of the auction. No lots purchased by floor bidders (including those bidders acting as agents for others) may be returned. A Return Authorization Number (RA#) must be issued by 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.

Please see www.MorphyAuctions.com to review a complete and most current list of terms and conditions.


Auction Details APPROXIMATE AUCTION TIMES

Auctioneer sells approximately 80-100 lots per hour.

FRIDAY LOTS 1 - 100 9:00 AM 101 - 200 10:00 AM 201 - 300 11:00 AM 301 - 400 12:00 PM 401 - 500 1:00 PM 501 - 600 2:00 PM 601 - 700 3:00 PM 701 - 723 4:00 PM

SATURDAY LOTS 800 - 900 9:00 AM 901 - 1,000 10:00 AM 1,001 - 1,100 11:00 AM 1,101 - 1,200 12:00 PM 1,201 - 1,300 1:00 PM 1,301 - 1,400 2:00 PM 1,401 - 1,408 3:00 PM

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

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

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

Lodging: Hampton Inn & Suites 380 East Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-0661

Historic Smithton Inn 900 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-6094

Best Western Plus Reading Inn & Suites

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

2299 Lancaster Pike Shillington, PA 17607 610-777-7888

PA AH001884 NV 2000951.056-221 & 2000084.846


Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

Saturday Session

JULY 30, 2016 Auction Starts at 9:00am LOTS: 1 - 723

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

Auctioneers: Andy Ourant Dave Conley Shaye Krispine

Division Consultants: Scot Kauffman Firearms General Manager

Dave Bushing

Firearms Division Expert

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

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1 - (A) LOT OF 3: ANTIQUE HANDGUNS. Serial No. 206565, A30516. All three hand guns are in excellent to near mint condition showing little to no use. All three are reproductions. The first gun was made in Japan by Miroku. It is a single shot Kentucky pistol with octagon barrel. The second is a Uberti Model 1862 Colt police. The last handgun is a Navy Arms 1851 Navy with holster. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1 2 - (A) SCREW BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY RICHARDS. Serial No. 1117. Round 1-1/2” screw barrel in .43 caliber, marked near breech on bottom with London proof marks. Box lock action engraved with double-line borders on both sides. Single line border on reinforced cock and frizzen face. Thumb safety with pin to lock the frizzen down. Action engraved with “LONDON” on the right side and “JSW RICHARDS” on the other. Trigger guard bow engraved with detailed daisy. Cane-shaped figured walnut grip with flat sides and beveled edges. Excellent overall with light grey and even patina and clear markings. Grip is excellent with light marks from use. Functions properly but barrel cannot be removed. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 2

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3 - (A) ARGENTINIAN FLOBERT TYPE 1 TARGET PISTOL. NSN. .32 caliber, 11” blued octagonal barrel with standard sights, marked with Argentinian proofs on left side. Rim fire action has casehardened hammer, blue loading gate and engraved blued tang. Walnut stock with checkered panels on each side of pistol grip and relief carved panels on each side of action, engraved blued steel furniture. Excellent condition, as refinished. Barrel and action retain about 95% of re-blued finish, light muzzle and edge wear. Bore dirty with some light spotting. Stock is very good with scattered marks from use and a dime-sized area of marred checkering on left side of grip. Furniture excellent, as re-blued, with some wear to engraving. 400.00 - 600.00 4 - (A) THORNTON TYPE 1 TARGET PISTOL. NSN. .22 caliber, 8-3/8” octagonal barrel, marked THORNTON & SONS. LONDON” on top flat, near breech, stiff leaf engraving around muzzle. Small front brass post sight, small notched rear sight. Flobert type rim fire action, engraved tang and back of hammer. Varnished walnut half stock with checkered grip and horn nose cap, engraved steel furniture. Good condition, barrel and action with light grey patina and some scattered dark areas and spotting, steel furniture with light grey patina. Bore now has no rifling and some pitting. Stock very good, as refinished, with scattered marks from use. 400.00 - 600.00 5 - (A) FLOBERT STYLE PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 753. .22 caliber, 9-1/2” octagonal barrel with dovetailed sights. Marked with three German proofs on bottom flat and in front of forend, top flat engraved with repeating intertwined patterns. Engraved percussion action polished bright. Engraved steel trigger guard with uniquely-shaped bow, molded steel butt cap is engraved and terminates in a turned finial. Walnut stock with fluted pistol grip and relief carved panel of foliage on forend. Good condition, re-browned barrel shows wear to engraving, edge wear and has scattered areas of light pitting. Action has been heavily cleaned and is now polished in the white. Steel furniture with dark grey patina and scattered pitting. Stock good, showing some edge wear, a small crack to tip of forend, some losses of finish, and scattered marks from use. 400.00 - 600.00

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6 - (A) A FLOBERT PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL. NSN. 7-7/8” barrel in .177 caliber. Blued octagonal barrel with oversized front and rear dovetailed sights; stamped “6” on bottom flat near forend; two scalloped silver bands around breech. Polished steel percussion hammer. Varnished walnut stock with Schnabel forend and fluted grip; relief lock-shaped panels carved on both sides. Casehardened steel trigger guard with rear finger spur and buttcap with scalloped edges. Very good condition, barrel retains about 90% bluing with scattered spots of surface rust. Steel furniture with faded case colors; stock refinished, shows losses of finish to edges and scattered marks from use. 400.00 - 600.00 7 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE BOOT PISTOLS. Serial No. 159 & 265. The first pistol is stamped on top of barrel “Allen & Wheelock”. Serial No. 265. Has a 8” part octagon barrel in .32 bore, single shot, percussion, with two piece bag walnut grips. Sharp legends. Metal is a dark grey patina. Missing front sight bead. Original grips are very good with staining. Hammer does not stay back. Strong bore. The second small boot pistol has a manufacturer’s stamp “HOR.?” and a 4” round barrel .32 percussion caliber. Features two piece walnut small bag handle. Metal cleaned to gun metal grey. Fine working order with a poor bore. Interesting pair of mid-1900 pistols in contrasting sizes. 400.00 - 600.00 8 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 45975. 6-1/2” barrel in .44 S&W Russian caliber. These popular top break double action revolvers were manufactured from 1881 to 1898. Standard features include full ribbed barrel, six shot, double action, nickel finish, with black composite grips. This revolver has traces of original nickel but is basically dark brown patina with areas of pitting on barrel. Original grips are very good but worn with a chip on the right side. Indexes perfectly. Strong bore with light black powder abrasion. Should be a good shooter and has a great Western look. 400.00 - 600.00 9 - (A) ENGRAVED LEFAUCHEUX TYPE PINFIRE REVOLVER. Serial No. 97. 6” barrel in .46 bore. Offered is a large double action holster revolver. Manufactured in Belgium using the Lefaucheux pinfire system. Features a full octagon barrel. The top of the barrel and breech as well as cylinder, frame, trigger guard, and back strap, are all engraved. The frame and cylinder are hand chiseled in deep relief. Two piece carved composite black stocks with pommel and lanyard. There is some light pitting on front grip strap as well as some pitting on the back of the recoil shield. Also some pitting on barrel. Revolver retains generous amounts of nickel platting. Pistol needs some mechanical attention, cylinder does not index, strong rifle bore. 400.00 - 600.00

10 - (A) CASED UNMARKED ENGRAVED POCKET REVOLVER. NSN. .31 caliber percussion with a 4-1/2” barrel. This revolver appears to be a Remington new model pocket revolver and may very well be with the markings removed at time of engraving. The barrel has border engraving while the frame and cylinder have scroll engraving with border engraving on back strap. It has old bone grips and metal that is basically in the white. Features five shot single action, spur trigger. It is housed in a crude home made case with a reproduction flask, some caps and an old fixed blade knife. 400.00 - 600.00

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11 - (C) LOT OF 4: SMALL POCKET GUNS. The first gun is a boxed Iver Johnson .32 caliber safety hammerless double action revolver with a 3” barrel, nickel finish, top break, and black composite logo grips. Serial No. 99698. Retains 70% original nickel. Indexes perfectly. Strong bore. Grips are near mint. The second gun is a Forehand Arms top break .38 caliber with 3-1/4” barrel, nickel plating, double action, and black composite logo grips. Serial No. 385149. Retains 50% original nickel with age spotting and wear. Indexes fine. Strong bore. The third gun is an antique European double hammer double folding trigger side by side .41 caliber pinfire with 3-1/2” barrels. Perfect working order. Solid one piece fluted varnished walnut grips and engraved frame. Restored to near new condition, still retaining 90% reapplied finish. Near mint bores. And the last gun in this lot is a Smith & Wesson seven shot tip-up .22 with 3-1/4” barrel, fine legends, and strong hinge. Chip on both left and right grips. Serial No. 54660. Traces of original plating on frame. Fine working order. Strong bore. 400.00 - 600.00

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12 - (A) LOT OF 2: 1878 COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Serial No. 27586 & NSN. Both revolvers feature 5-1/2” barrel, six shot, double action, with Colt black composition grips. One is chambered for the .45 Colt the other is chambered for the .44-40. Serial number 2751. Manufactured in 1891, has scarce two line barrel address. Replaced ejector rod head, cleaned to gun metal grey, indexes fine, bore very good with black powder abrasion. Gun (B) chambered for the .44/.40 single line barrel address, completely clean and devoid of markings, .44 Caliber stamped on trigger bow. Pair of revolvers. 400.00 - 600.00

13 - (C) LOT OF 2: FRENCH MODEL 1892 D.A. REVOLVERS. Serial No. G41681 & NSN. This revolver features the swing-out cylinder. These revolvers were extremely popular during the first World War. Both revolvers have 6” barrels, are chambered for the 8mm cartridge, six shot, double action, and features blued finish with checkered walnut grips, and lanyard ring. Serial No. G41681 has a barrel dated of 1899 and has “St. Etienne” stamped on right side of frame. This revolver retains approximately 75% original factory blue but has age freckling and some light salt and pepper on the cylinder, with some spotting on left side. Very good grips. Perfect action. Strong bore. The second revolver is dated 1908 with no visible serial number on frame. Retains approximately 75% original factory blue finish. Very good grips. Fine action. Strong bore. 400.00 - 600.00

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14 - (C) ENFIELD M VI DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 615. Caliber .455, Barrel Length 6”. The MK VI revolver was introduced in 1915. This particular revolver was manufactured in 1926 and is dated on right side of frame. Matching serial number on cylinder and features: full octagon barrel, six shot, double action, top break, blue finish with black composite grips and lanyard ring. This revolver has all proper British proofs, retains approximately 85% of WWII era Military matte finish. Grips are excellent, barrel release spring replaced. Strong clean bore, perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

15 - (A) LOT OF 2: DOUBLE BARREL BOXLOCK PISTOLS. NSN. Gun A) A percussion double barrel Belgian boxlock pistol. Round 3-3/8” screw barrels in .41 caliber smoothbores, muzzles fitted for barrel removal wrench. Plates on each side of percussion boxlock action engraved with scrolls, left side bears Liege proof mark, two triggers with steel trigger guard. Walnut grip with burl butt cap. Very good condition with even grey patina overall with cleaned area at breech of each barrel, grip excellent. Gun B) A break-action pinfire pistol. Round 4-1/8” barrels with flat matte rib in center and slotted for pins at breech in .38 caliber rifled bores. Lever-release for break action. Boxlock side plates, forend, and lever all engraved on each side with scroll engraving. Hammers engraved with fish heads, double triggers and steel trigger guard. Varnished walnut grip carved with fluted fans behind action on each side and grip fluted. Even light grey patina overall with some light pitting, mechanism crisp, grip excellent. 400.00 - 600.00

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16 - (A) BOXED COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON. Serial No. 23550. 7-1/2” barrel in .44 caliber percussion. Manufactured 1978. This revolver is as new unfired condition in the original box with styrofoam liner in bag with packing grease. Features six shot, single action, one piece walnut grips, blue and case colored, Cavalry scene on cylinder, round trigger guard, and brass backstrap. Has original paperwork. Box is numbered to gun. 400.00 - 700.00

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17 - (C) COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING DA REVOLVER. Serial No. 117206. 4-1/2” barrel in .38 LC caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1900. Standard features include six shot, double action, nickel finish, and black colt composite grips. Back of hammer and trigger still retain majority of fire blue finish. Revolver retains approximately 50% factory nickel finish with some flaking and age spotting. Cylinder indexes perfectly double and single action. Strong clean bore. Very good example of popular late 20th century pocket revolver. 400.00 - 700.00

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18 - (A) S&W MODEL NO. 2 OLD MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 6721. 6” barrel in .32 long rimfire. Manufactured 1861 to 1874. Standard six shot single action, tip-up, spur trigger, with square butt with grips. Metal is overall grey patina with age freckling. Strong hinge. Grips are near mint. Strong legend on barrel. Traces of case colors on hammer. Tight lock up in index. Good clean strong bore. Very popular Civil War revolver in honest untouched condition. 400.00 - 800.00

19 - (A) REICHSREVOLVER M83 COMMISSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 2856. 4.96” barrel in 10.55mm caliber. Offered is the Model 1883 six shot single action revolver. Manufactured in Erfurt 1893. Has all visible matching numbers including screws. Chambers are numbered one through six. Has all proper Imperial proof marks. Blue finish with two piece walnut bag handle with lanyard but no ring. Perfect working condition. Strong clean bore. Frame has flashes of original blue, but gun is basically brown patina with overall spotting. Grips are excellent. Comes in a rare holster that is maker stamped “Berlin”. 400.00 - 800.00 LOT - 19

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20 - (A) LOT OF 2: S&W ANTIQUE POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 24472, 116520. The first gun is a Model No. 1 1/2 Second Issue in .32 rimfire long caliber. Features five shot, fluted cylinder, round barrel, spur trigger, and birds head grips. Cylinder retains approximately 85% original nickel finish. Balance of revolver is basically gun metal grey. Grips are excellent. Indexes perfectly. Strong bore. Strong factory legend. The second revolver is a Smith & Wesson single action First Model revolver, AKA the Baby Russian. Serial No. 24472. 3-1/4” barrel in .38 S&W caliber. These revolvers were only manufactured in 1876 and 1877. It is a five shot, single action, spur trigger, top break, with S&W black composite grips. Gun has been cleaned to shiny gun metal grey with areas of light salt and pepper finish. Barrel legends are sharp. Original grips are excellent. Indexes perfectly and has a strong bore. 400.00 - 800.00

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21 - (A) LOT OF 3: ANTIQUE BRASS FRAME TIPUP REVOLVERS. Serial No. NSN, NSN, 13941. The first revolver was manufactured by American Standard Tool in Newark, New Jersey and has a 3-1/8” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Serial No. 13941. Features seven shot, single action, spur trigger, and two piece walnut square grips. Cylinder and barrel are grey patina with age spotting. Brass frame shows no signs of plating. Indexes perfectly and has strong rifling. The second and third revolvers are a pair of Marlin .32 caliber, five shot, spur trigger revolvers with black composite grips. Cylinder and barrel are brown patina on both. One frame has been polished while the other has traces of original platting with 30% on right side. Both index perfectly and have good bores, these are often referred to as the 1872 in .30 caliber rimfire. Both grips have chips on the bottom left panel. 400.00 - 800.00 LOT - 21

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22 - (A) LOT OF 2: POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 82819, 505. The first revolver is a Smith & Wesson hammerless safety Model in 32 caliber with a 3” barrel. Serial No. 92819. Revolver was produced in 1888 - 1892. It is a First Model, top break, nickel finish, five shot, double action with grip safety, black composite grips, blued trigger guard, barrel release, and case colored trigger. Cylinder shows no sign of burn, having never been fired. Cylinder retains approximately 60% original factory nickel. Revolver has a couple minor storage marks and age spots. Brilliant case colors on sides of trigger. Grips are mint. Indexes perfectly and has a near mint bore. The second revolver is a European folding trigger. Serial No. 505. Bore diameter 5.5. Features six shot and double action. Nearly complete factory engraved. Sports a pair of beautiful pearl grips. Frame stamped “M.L” with crown. 20% nickel on barrel. Balance of gun retain majority of nickel mixed with metal grey. Mint grips. Strong bore. Action works perfectly. 400.00 - 800.00

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23 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE BABY DRAGOON. Serial No. 17556. 4” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired, in original black box with paperwork. This model features five shot, stagecoach scene cylinder, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and silver backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

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24 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE POCKET NAVY. Serial No. 48574. 5-1/2” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired, in original black box with paperwork. This model features five shot, stagecoach scene cylinder, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and silver backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

25 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 1862 POCKET POLICE. Serial No. 49858. 5-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired, in original black box with paperwork. This model features five shot, fluted cylinder, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and silver backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

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26 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 3RD MODEL DRAGOON. Serial No. 1270. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Gun is unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, non-fluted cylinder, single action, finished in the white, case colored frame, one piece grips, brass backstrap and trigger guard. There is a chip on left grip. This is the first of this model we have seen with the barrel and cylinder finished in the white. 400.00 - 800.00

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27 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. Serial No. 28709. 7-1/2” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, non-fluted cylinder, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and brass backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

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28 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 1860 ARMY. Serial No. 2474. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, rebated cylinder, cut for shoulder stock, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and brass backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

29 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 1ST MODEL DRAGOON. Serial No. 26292. 7-1/2” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, non-fluted cylinder with Cavalry scene, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and brass backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

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30 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE BABY DRAGOON. Serial No. 17165. 4” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired, in original black box with paperwork. This model features five shot, Cavalry scene cylinder, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and silver backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

31 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 1861 NAVY. Serial No. 40148. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, non-fluted cylinder with Naval scene, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and silver plated backstrap and trigger guard. 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 32 32 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE 1860 ARMY. Serial No. 8196. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, full fluted cylinder, cut for shoulder stock, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and brass backstrap and trigger guard. The full fluted cylinder does not have any engraved scene. 400.00 - 800.00

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33 - (A) S&W SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 21410. Caliber is .22 long rifle, barrel length is 8”. Features full length ribbed barrel with no cylinder, top break action, blued finish with gold medallion checkered two screw walnut grips. With traces of original blue this pistol is basically a soft brown patina with strong legends. Top of barrel is stamped Model of 91. Has a fine action. Very good rifling. Very good grips with usual dents. 400.00 - 800.00

34 - (A) LOT OF 2: S&W MODEL NO. 3 COPIES. Serial No. 25X & 560. Both of these revolvers were manufactured in Spain and are copies of the Smith & Wesson New Mode No. 3 top break double action .44 caliber revolver that was made in the United States 1881 to 1898. Both revolvers are chambered for the .44 Russian cartridge. Features six shot, double action, 5” barrel, top break, and lanyard loops. Both guns are basically in the white with brown aging. The first gun is serial No. 560 with maker stamp on top strap. Features black composite logo grips. Lock-up is perfect. Strong clean bore. The second gun is serial No 25X with maker stamp on top strap. Features wood grips. Cylinder is not timing correctly. Excellent bore. 400.00 - 800.00

35 - (A) LOT OF 3: BELGIUM POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 2651, 8, & 4192. All three revolvers were manufactured in Belgium. Two are in excellent to near mint condition. The revolver with wooden grips and emblem has flashes of original finish. All are double action. Gun (A) is a folding trigger with nickel finish, checkered black composite grips, caliber .320, five shot, 95% original finish, cylinder does not index. Gun (B) has a ring trigger, blued finish, 85% cylinder does not index. Gun (C) with wooden grips, indexes perfectly. All barrel lengths are approx. 2 in. 400.00 - 800.00

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36 - (A) U.S. COLT CAVALRY S.A.A. AINSWORTH INSPECTED. Serial No. 12538. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the Kopec book, this revolver was manufactured in 1874 and was sub-inspected by O.W. Ainsworth. It is one of a group of 2,307 revolvers issued on July 9th and July 28th, 1874 for the Ordnance Department of the state of Virginia. Kopec further states that Virginia decided to sell these newly issued revolvers to a surplus arms dealer, reportedly Herman Boker & Co., as well as directly back to Colt, serial numbers in the 12,000 to 13,000 range. According to Kopec in his book “Colt Cavalry and Artillery Revolvers” on page 159 “these revolvers offered back to Colt at a discounted price. Colt, in turn, repurchased these revolvers, but, because of their distinct government property, markings, and finish, could not legitimately resell them on the open market without first altering their physical appearance so that they could be distinguished from government-owned revolvers. Because the U.S. Government never had purchased revolvers with nickel plating the simple solution to this problem would be for Colt to have these repurchased government revolvers nickel plated…many were fitted with ivory grips.” We believe this to be a Colt buy-back rather than a Boker as this revolver exhibits the fire blue screws (not a trait of Adams Nickel Plating Co.) as well as the perfectly fitted one piece ivory grips. These are referred to today as “Buy-Backs”. This revolver is 100% correct in all respects. This gun is listed on page 161 as a known example. Revolver has all matching serial numbers on frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, and on the barrel under the ejector rod. The letter “A” for “Ainsworth” can be found stamped on trigger guard under serial number as well as on top of backstrap. Inspector mark “AP” is stamped on bottom of barrel just forward of cylinder pin. Cylinder indexes and locks up perfectly with proper four clicks. Strong clean rifled bore. Overall the revolver retains at least 70% of the period nickel plating with the balance blending to a soft gun metal grey. Slanted barrel legends are strong. Left side of frame has the two line patent date with “U.S.”. Has all proper period parts including hammer and donut style ejector rod head. One piece ivory grips are excellent with usual aging. The frame screws still exhibit the majority of their original high polish fire blue finish. A fine example of an extremely scarce Single Action Army Cavalry Model that was subsequently used in the civilian market. In addition, this revolver is housed in a Lanz Owen U.S. flap holster with a matching belt and U.S. buckle, all in excellent condition, as well as an original box of Frankfurt Arsenal 1878 revolver ball cartridges that are copper cased and all original (end label is loose). 12,500.00 - 17,000.00

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37 - (A) J. ADAIR PERCUSSION HALF STOCK RIFLE. NSN. Heavy 30-3/4” octagonal barrel stamped “J. ADAIR” on top flat in .52 caliber rifled bore, patent breech, long tang with hole for peep sight, later hooded front sight and no rear sight. Flat unmarked percussion lock. Figured walnut half stock with plain steel mounts, replaced wooden ramrod. Good condition with brown patina on barrel and lock with scattered lighter areas. Barrel has extra dovetail cutout forward of front sight and rear dovetail filled with fiberglass, three holes drilled near breech. Some furniture with brown patina and some components have been cleaned. Stock good with some age cracks and scattered marks from use; repair to stock, possibly done during period of use, from end of forend to center of lock on right side, 9-1/2” x 1-1/4”. 400.00 - 600.00

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38 - (C) LOT OF 2: ROSS MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 132B & NSN. 28” barrel in .303 British caliber with no serial number. The first gun is a Model 1905 military Ross with a correct military rear sight, front sight, and two barrel bands. Missing forend. the front lower section of stock between bands, 6” back is cracked on both sides. Metal is a blue-brown patina with bright blue where handguard once was. Missing the rear cross bolt. Sharp markings. This gun needs only to have the handguard and stock repaired, and bolt replaced for it to be a serviceable firearm. The second gun is a sporterized gun. Bolt is mismatched. Metal is brown patina with areas of scattered rust. Stock is very good. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 39 39 - (C) WINCHESTER LOW WALL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 85564. 28” barrel in .25-20 SS caliber. Manufactured 1900. Features full octagon barrel, original Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, walnut buttstock, rifle butt, and walnut forend with ebony inset. All legends are strong. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina with wear high edges of flats. Frame retains approximately 15% original factory blue, balance brown patina. Stocks are very good to excellent, no cracks, and proud to metal. Right side of stock appears as if it got too close to a fire and is burned on over half of its surface. Perfect action. Very good rifled bore. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 40 40 - (A) PERCUSSION HALF STOCK RIFLE. NSN. Heavy 30-1/2” octagonal barrel with patent breech in .42 caliber rifled bore. Dovetailed front blade sight and rear spur sight, flat engraved lock plate and hammer. Figured maple half stock with large relief rounded cheek piece. German silver nose cap, plain brass trigger guard, butt plate, toe plate, barrel key escutcheons and ramrod ferrules with a replaced steel ramrod. Good condition, barrel with worn edges and scattered marks, lock and barrel with grey patina, nipple replaced and lock plate showing wear. Stock very good with small piece of wood replaced on left side near nose cap, scattered marks from use. 400.00 - 600.00 22

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41 - (M) UBERTI MODEL 1866 S.R.C. Serial No. 51781. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Finely made Italian copy of the Winchester Model 1866 Yellow Boy. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two leaf folding rear sight, two barrel bands, brass frame and buttplate, saddle ring and stud, and oil finished hardwood stock. Gun shows in excellent to near mint condition inside and out. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 42 42 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 304021. Manufactured in 1885. Round 32-5/8” barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “V P (eagle’s head) P” forward of breech block with an “A” stamped on top in .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug sight, rear sight 1873 type. Casehardened tang and breech block marked “US MODEL 1873”. Lock plate marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Blued steel furniture, butt plate marked “US” on tang and serrated trigger. Walnut stock, angled-corner cartouche dated “1885”, steel cleaning rod. Good condition, retains some blue on lock, hammer screw marred, steel components mostly turned brown, markings very good and breech block with case colors in protected areas and on tang, scattered marks from use, markings very good. Stock with some minor crack behind lock plate, initials carved into left side near breech and scattered marks from use. Excellent cartouche. Butt plate with rust and scattered pitting. Bore very good with some lightly frosted areas. 450.00 - 750.00

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43 - (A) LOT OF 2: REPLICA BLACK POWDER CARBINES. Serial No. 1057 & 000880. Gun A) Navy Arms Model 1858 Remington, six shot, .44 caliber, percussion carbine. 20” octagon barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, with brass buttplate and trigger guard. Gun has been fired, cylinder has drag line, minor high edge wear. Serial No. 1507. Stock is excellent. Case colored hammer. Gun B) Gallager Model 1860, .54 caliber, breech loading, percussion, manufactured by Erma Werke in West Germany. Barrel 22”, blued finish, hardwood stock, single shot. It has been fired with high edge wear, some toning and thinning of finish. Serial No. 000880. Hardwood stock is excellent. Tip-up barrel. Mint bore and perfect action. Frame is turning a purple hue with storage marks. High edge wear on side plate. 450.00 - 750.00

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LOT - 44 44 - (A) BRIDESBURG 1862 NEEDHAM CONVERSION MUSKET. NSN. Round 40” barrels in .58 caliber center fire with front bayonet lug sight and rear single leaf sight. Breech altered with Needham breech loading conversion, which opens from the right side when hammer is cocked. Altered lock with front portion cut away to fit conversion. Marked “BRIDESBURG” with eagle motif forward of hammer and “1862” on the tail. Standard steel furniture, sling swivels, steel tulip ramrod. Butt plate tang stamped “US”. Walnut stock. Complete with “US” marked bayonet with triangular with 18” blade and a period unfired .58 caliber cartridge for this musket. Good condition, all steel components with dark grey patina and pitting overall. Stock sanded and worn at edges, scattered marks from use. Bayonet has been cleaned, scattered areas of dark spots and light pitting. A total of 5,020 muskets were converted in Trenton, New Jersey by Needham, an English company, for use by the Fenians for a planned Canadian invasion. An interesting history and a unique conversion. 450.00 - 850.00

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45 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 140831. 26” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Rifle was manufactured in 1898. It is standard in all respects. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. Front sight has been replaced with large knife blade. Has the standard sporting rear (not special sight). All metal is a clean gun metal grey with sharp legends. Stocks show much wear, numerous abrasions, are shy to metal, and has cracks at wrist. Perfect action. Poor bore. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 46 46 - (M) H&R OFFICER’S MODEL TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 3475. 26” barrel in .45-70 govt. One of the finest American Made replicas of the scarce U.S. Springfield Officer’s Model trapdoor sporting rifle. Features blued full round barrel, engraved and case colored frame, block, sideplate, hammer, release, and trigger guard, with case colored long range tang sight and case colored and engraved U.S. stamped buttplate. This half stock sporter features oil finished walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and forend, pewter tip, and oak ramrod. Fine bore and action. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. All American made. Near exact replica except H&R did not put an 1873 rear sight as original. Block is stamped “U.S. Model 1873” and sideplate is stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. 500.00 - 750.00

LOT - 47 47 - (A) HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. Octagon 33-1/4” unmarked barrel in .32 caliber rifled bore. Flat lock plate stamped “LEHMAN/ LANCASTER, PA”. Four-piece pierced patch box opens by hand at butt plate. Engraved brass side plate with two rectangular piercings. Eight-pointed star inlay above cheek piece with circular piercing in center. Brass shield wrist escutcheon, barrel pin escutcheons, butt plate, ramrod ferrules, and replaced brass European-style cast heavy trigger guard. Figured maple half stock with carved cheek piece and lead nose cap. Good condition, barrel tang screw stripped and barrel is loose, even brown patina with some pitting at breech, lock with spotted grey patina. Stock without finish and has small crack at toe and missing small sliver on left side of forend. Brass furniture polished, some wear to engraving. 500.00 - 800.00 24

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LOT - 48 48 - (A) INDIAN MATCH LOCK TORADOR RIFLE. NSN. Tapered 47” octagon barrel marked “O. MINAZI” in .65 caliber smoothbore. Pin fastened barrel with 27 pins along forend with circular brass escutcheons around each one and one steel band near breech. Three decorated bands sweated-on around end of forend with pins surrounded by circular steel rings. Thin brass with embossed patterns sweated-on around action and side plates, priming pan still retains thin cover. Stock of familiar form, crescent wood butt plate. Buttstock with patterns formed by silver pins on both sides. Good to fair condition, barrel with dark patina and scattered pitting. Thin sheet brass with some wrinkled edges, scattered dents from use and dark patina in low areas. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 49 49 - (A) PERIOD CONVERTED U.S. MODEL 1863 CARBINE. NSN. 14” barrel in .20 smooth bore percussion caliber. This rifle began life as an 1863 dated U.S. Springfield contract musket that was period converted to an extremely short and effective large bore carbine. The barrel was shortened to 14” and is basically a brown patina with fine salt and pepper finish. Stock was shortened to 25-1/4”. A barrel band has been installed with a crude metal forend cap and shortened ramrod. Lock is dated 1863 with American eagle. All that’s left of the visible lock markings is “Co. ork”. Lock and hammer are a brown patina, as is original trigger guard. The brass buttplate is stamped “46C” on top. Stock has seen use. Top comb has been removed with several gauges and hairlines cracks at left side of forend and right wrist. Has a homemade sling swivel attached with period leather sling and brass hook. Fine working condition. Smooth bore with no visible rifling. These altered and shortened U.S. rifles were very popular during the Civil War with Confederate cavalry, due to its short, lightweight nature combined with the big bore. All alterations on this carbine appear to be period to its use. Very colorful Civil War weapon. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 50 50 - (A) COMPOSITE FULL STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. Octagon 40-3/4” barrel in .44 caliber smoothbore. Flat percussion lock with stamp decorated engraving; double set triggers. Crudely engraved oval-lidded patch box with pineapple finial, all other furniture is plain brass. Highly figured full length maple stock crudely carved, crude relief carving around lock, side plate and barrel tang. No nose cap, replaced modern wooden ramrod. Very good condition, barrel with edge wear and scattered dark spots, grey patina overall. Lock with worn stamp engraving and dark patina. Stock excellent, furniture has a mellow patina. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 51 51 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 363311. 24” barrel in .22 short caliber. Manufactured in 1908. Features: full octagon barrel, sporting sights, two thirds magazine loading tube, take down, blue finish, grooved walnut forend, straight grip walnut butt stock with riffled butt. Frame retains approximately 30-40% high polish blue. Barrel is a smooth mix of grey-blue patina, tube has silvered out. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, no cracks or chips. Action is fine, very good rifle bore. 500.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 52 52 - (C) U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 3265334. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Offered is a standard World War II issue Remington Model 1903 U.S. military bolt action rifle. These were the last of the Model 1903 rifles. The barrel is stamped “R.A.” with bomb and dated 10-42. All parts are standard issue. Features the scant pistol grip stock, two bolt, no hand groove, with slotted handguard and traditional 03 adjustable rear sight. The bolt is stamped “R” and is pencil-etched “2937”. Frame is a mix of blue-grey patina while balance of metal is basically gun metal grey. Stocks are excellent with usual dings. Has proof “P” on wrist. No visible cartouche on left side. Features the smooth buttplate and three sling swivels. TE reading of 3, ME reading of 2. Rifling is well-defined. Good example of a well-used U.S. World War II infantry rifle. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 53 53 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 269138. 32-5/8” barrel in .45-70 govt. This trapdoor rifle remains in excellent all original condition. Barrel retains approximately 90% of the blue-brown patina. Rear sight missing, as is ramrod. Two barrel bands are both stamped “U”. Has sling swivels. Trigger guard is brown patina with a serrated trigger with knurled tip. Perfect wood to metal fit at lock. Stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. Left side of barrel has the “V.P.” eagle head proof. Lock is stamped “U.S. Model 1873”. Original walnut stocks are excellent with an “S.W.P.” cartouche on left side (Sam Porter), date not readable. Faint cursive proof “P” on bottom of stock. Has a perfect action and very good bore. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 54 54 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1864 TYPE II MUSKET. NSN. .58 caliber rifled bore, 40” round barrel with three barrel bands retained by springs, front sight/ bayonet lug on top near muzzle and one-leaf flip-up rear sight. Percussion lock with flat beveled hammer behind eagle motif and “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and “1864” on tail. Steel furniture with sling swivels and steel ramrod, butt plate tang stamped “US”. Walnut stock. Complete with U.S. marked bayonet. Good condition, shows signs of extensive use. Barrel with speckled brown patina overall with some areas of light pitting, no visible markings. Lock with heavier brown patina, markings very good, bolster face pitted. Furniture retains dark brown patina with some scattered pitting. Bayonet good, scattered brown spots and light pitting. A good example of one of the most widely used Civil War muskets. This was the last primary issue U.S. muzzle loading long arm. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 55 55 - (A) MIDDLE EASTERN FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS. NSN. Two-stage 17-1/4” blunderbuss barrel flared at the muzzle and with bordered panels displaying eastern motifs on top of barrel with some areas overlaid with silver. Rounded lock and crudely engraved cock. Varnished full length stock with checkered wrist and steel ramrod. Engraved silver butt plate with traces of gilt, lightly engraved steel trigger guard and brass ramrod entry ferrule. Barrel with grey patina and some scattered dark spots, engraving excellent. Lock with traces of blue finish at tail with otherwise light grey patina. Silver butt plate polished with some areas slightly bent or dented. Stock has been refinished, worn checkering , and piece of wood missing above front of lock and some age cracks and scattered marks from use; one ramrod thimble missing. 600.00 - 900.00 26

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LOT - 56 56 - (A) FULL STOCK PERCUSSION LONG RIFLE. NSN. Octagonal 35-3/4” barrel with indistinct signature in .36 caliber rifled bore. Notched rear sight and brass front blade sight, long tang of unusual form. Flat percussion lock shows traces of stamped designs and appears to have once read Cincinnati. Bolster is a contemporary replacement. Figured maple stock of Ohio form with unusual high relief cheek piece, brass furniture and double set triggers. Sheet brass side plate with large piercing, trigger guard with large spur protruding from back of bow and long 2-7/8” nose cap. Very good condition, barrel bright and has been cleaned, signature faint, bore appears very good. Lock designs have been removed, hammer probable replacement and possibly repaired. Unpolished furniture with nice patina. Stock very good with evidence of replaced or shortened barrel and some non-structural age cracks on forend. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 57 57 - (A) HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE BY T.H. CLARK. NSN. Heavy 31” octagonal barrel in .45 caliber rifled bore with patent breech, stamped “T.H. CLARK LAFAYETTE, IA. CAIN TWIST” on top flat near breech and “.450” on left flat. Adjustable rear sight is missing ramp and missing front sight. Blued flat back-action lock engraved “GODDARD” towards rear. Plain walnut half stock with brass butt plate, other furniture made of iron and wooden ramrod. Very good condition, as restocked. Barrel with two filled holes on top flat near breech, lock re-blued, barrel retains a spotted brown patina, ramrod about 4 inches longer than barrel. 600.00 - 900.00

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58 - (M) PEDERSOLI (REMINGTON) ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Serial No. R01892. 30” barrels in .45-70 caliber. One of the finest Remington replicas on the market. This rifle features a full octagon barrel with blued finish and sporting sights. Front sight is a hooded globe. The frame retains 98% of the case colors. Has a pistol grip walnut stock, checkered with smooth steel case colored buttplate that retains most of its original color. Wood has a few minor impressions. Blued barrel has a couple of minor storage marks. Mint bore and action. Rifle is also equipped with long range tang sight. 600.00 - 900.00

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59 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 RIFLE. Serial No. 161370. 24” barrel in .32-20 caliber. Manufactured in 1898. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, sporting front sight, correct replaced rear sight, blue finish, walnut stock, and rifle butt. All metal surfaces are basically a brown patina, several darker areas on barrel. Right and left side of the frame has some salt and pepper texture. Original stocks are very good, proud to metal. Upper tang hole has tang sight screw. Wood is very good. Very good bore. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 60 60 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 292992. Round 32-5/8” barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “VP (eagle’s head) P” forward of breech block, in .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug sight, rear sight 1884 type. Breech block marked “US MODEL 1873”, lock plate marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Blued steel furniture, butt plate marked “US” on tang. Walnut stock marked on right side of butt with large “22” in paint, angled-corner cartouche dated “1882”. Steel cleaning rod. Complete with unmarked socket bayonet with triangular blade and blued scabbard, leather frog and gilt brass “US” marked hanger. Good condition, retains some blue on lock, but steel components mostly turned brown, markings on breech block are worn, scattered marks from use, markings very good. Stock with some minor chips around lock plate and scattered marks from use, letters worn on cartouche. Bayonet excellent. Bore very good with some frosted areas. 600.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 61 61 - (A) SARDINIAN MIQUELET LONG GUN. The 48-1/2” tapered octagonal barrel in .45 caliber smooth bore. Miquelet lock with the facing parts chased with scrollwork and the lock plate indistinctly signed below mainspring. Forend of deeply chased iron panels on each side of a wood panel, iron panels chased with borders on each side and vines and anthropomorphic figures on bottom, chiseled face at ramrod entry and wooden panel with relief-carved triangles on each side of ramrod channel with left side of wooden panel missing. Single steel U-marked barrel band, probably added at a later time. Buttstock of slender section and familiar form, the comb with tubular iron bar chased with panels of scrollwork; pierced iron panels with floral scrolls forward of the trigger guard. Iron butt plate, the sides with narrow iron panels chased with repeating floral scrolls; plain iron trigger guard. Good condition with grey patina overall, stock with minor losses to wood and some wear. Some losses to scrollwork panels and some panels missing. 600.00 - 1,100.00

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62 - (A) BILLINGHURST HALF STOCK SPORTING RIFLE. NSN. 26-7/8” barrel in .36 bore percussion. William Billinghurst operated a gun shop in Rochester, New York from 1827 to 1880. This rifle is a percussion, which would place its manufacture sometime after 1840. It features an engraved Baker lock. These were manufactured in Albany, New York, beginning in 1839. It has a full octagon barrel stamped “Billinghurst Rochester, NY”, wind-drift rear sight, fixed front post, turned muzzle, half stock, pewter nose cap, brass buttplate, and walnut stock. Has a provision for a lollipop tang sight (not present). The tang screws have been replaced. All metal is a grey patina. Has a period wooden ramrod retained by two thimbles (rear has repair). Sports a single trigger, brass trigger guard, single wedge, and engraved hammer and lock. Stock has several repairs at wrist and forend. Action works fine. Strong rifling with usual black powder abrasion. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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63 - (A) GRANT & CO. NEWARK S.S. .22 PERC. PARLOR RIFLE. Serial No. 417. 22” barrel forward chamber with 5-1/2” barrel in .22 percussion caliber. This rifle has matching numbers on forward barrel section, rear barrel section, and under forward handguard. Grant & Co. operated in Newark, New Jersey from 1869 to 1880 and manufactured parlor guns on the Jacob Widmer patent. It is an interesting rifle. The first we have seen. It appears to have a 22” barrel, but the rear portion of the barrel is actually a shroud for the cocking mechanism of which the forward nickel ring is pulled back to cock the single trigger. The barrel itself screws into the end and measures 5-1/4” with a nipple attached. You would load the loose powder and ball, place the cap on the nipple, screw the barrel back in, cock the trigger by pulling back on the underside ring, and fire. Barrel has a single leaf rear sporting sight, and adjustable dovetail front sight, an engraved nickel plated frame, forend, and trigger guard. Stamped “Patent 1869” and a walnut stock with nickel plated and engraved buttplate. Barrel is basically brown patina. Nickel plated brass frame retains about 50% original nickel. Buttstock is excellent but does have some chips at top tang and is a little loose. With some attention to the minor problems at wrist, this would be a beautiful and extremely rare .22 caliber black powder single shot rifle. An unusual American-made oddity. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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64 - (A) CLEAN BALL & WILLIAMS SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 1545. 24” barrel in .38 rimfire caliber. These rifles were manufactured 1862 to 1865 and are marked “Ball & Williams” as well as “Merwin & Bray”. This is a sporting rifle with full octagon barrel. Has the two-leaf folding military rear sight. Barrel is a pleasing smooth mix of blue, starting to patina, with razor sharp edges. The frame case colors have faded to gun metal grey. Original stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Strong clean bore. Fine action. Far above average pre-Civil War sporting rifle. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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65 - (A) SCARCE SAVAGE MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 4393. 26” barrel in .303 Savage caliber. This was the first rifle manufactured in the lever action line that was to become the famous Model 1899. Features a full octagon barrel, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. Barrel is a smooth mix of blue-brown patina. Has an unusual rear sight. Frame and lever are a grey-brown soft patina. Has the cartridge counter on the left side and safety hole on top of bolt. Buttstock has matching numbers. Someone has taken the wrist down a bit and there are two holes as if a sight was once installed. There a couple minor hairline cracks. Wood was refinished and is shy to metal and has a chip at toe. Strong rifled bore. Fine action. Someone put some kill notches on end of forend. Forearm has been refinished and is shy to the metal as well. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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66 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 78885. 32-5/8” barrel in .45-70 govt. This trapdoor rifle remains in excellent all original condition. Barrel retains approximately 90% of the blue-brown patina. Has the standard 1873 rear sight. Two barrel bands are both stamped “U”. Has sling swivels. Trigger guard is brown patina with a smooth trigger. Perfect wood to metal fit at lock. Stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. Left side of barrel has the “V.P.” eagle head proof. Lock is stamped “U.S. Model 1873”. Original walnut stocks are excellent with a “S.W.P.” cartouche on left side (Sam Porter), date not readable. Strong cursive proof “P” on bottom of stock. Has a perfect action and strong, clean, near mint bore. Far above average Trapdoor. 700.00 - 900.00

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67 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 249391. 32-5/8” barrel in .45-70 govt. This trapdoor rifle remains in excellent all original condition. Barrel retains approximately 90% original factory blue finish mixing with plum patina and turning at breech. Has the standard 1873 rear sight. Two barrel bands are both stamped “U” with 30% original blue. Has sling swivels. Trigger guard is brown patina with a serrated trigger with knurled tip. Perfect wood to metal fit at lock. Stamped “U.S. Springfield” with eagle. Left side of barrel has the “V.P.” eagle head proof. Lock is stamped “U.S. Model 1873”. Nice traces of case colors on tang. Original walnut stocks are excellent with a strong “S.W.P. 1883” cartouche on left side (Sam Porter). Strong cursive proof “P” on bottom of stock and is stamped “E.D.B.”. Has a perfect action and strong, clean, near mint bore. Far above average trapdoor. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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68 - (A) MODEL 1816 M.T. WICKHAM CONVERSION MUSKET. NSN. Round 42-1/4” barrel with patent breech conversion, rectangular steel bayonet lug, in .69 caliber smoothbore. Lock plate marked “M.T. WICKHAM/PHILA” forward of hammer. Rounded percussion hammer, full length walnut stock, steel ramrod. Typical steel Model 1816 contract furniture. Steel components have been heavily cleaned and filed, hammer screw missing and barrel band at muzzle heavy rust and patina. Stock has been heavily sanded. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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69 - (A) ENGRAVED & NICKEL PLATED WINCHESTER 1866. Serial No. 134444. 20” barrel in .44 rimfire caliber. According to the factory research, this rifle was received in warehouse on January 24th, 1877 as a carbine. It was changed to nickel and engraved and shipped from warehouse on March 24th, 1877. The buttstock was removed and the assembly No. 997 can be seen on the left lower tang. This same number is stamped in the top tang of the wood. It is also stamped on the lower inside toe of the buttplate (the ‘7’ has been stamped twice). There are no signs of any engraver’s signature. The frame features nearly complete engraving and is done in the scroll pattern with the stippled background. This engraving extends to the upper tang, top of frame, and top of chamber. The breech of the barrel is engraved, as is the barrel band, and top of buttplate. Most of the engraving on the 1866 Winchesters is attributed to L.D. Nimschke or his team. The forward panel of the frame features the center diamond style that can be seen in R.L. Wilson’s book “Winchester Engraving” on page 40. These panels have a nearly identical design done in slightly different style. The main body of the frame has flowing scrollwork and stippled background with a pattern that looks more of the Ulrich shop. It appears as if the only areas of the gun not nickel plate was the hammer, which still has traces of case colors, and the blued loading gate which is now a blue-brown soft patina. All other parts including trigger, lever, and buttplate were also nickel plated. Has the standard barrel band front sight with single leaf folding rear. The tube retains most of its original nickel plating on both sides with age patina on bottom and tip. The barrel tube retains virtually all of the nickel plating on both sides, as well as large areas on top with alternating areas of brown patina. The nickel plating over the brass frame retains approximately 70% original factory nickel mixed nicely with exposed brass for a very homogenous look. Engraving is sharp. You will see areas of browning on bottom of lever. Walnut forend is excellent with no visible cracks. Walnut buttstock is excellent with a 1” hairline repaired crack at wrist on both sides. There are also a couple of light initials carved into right side of stock, and a few of the usual abrasions. Saddle ring and stud are present. Wood to metal fit is just slight shy. The wood was freshened up at one time. Fluid visible rifling with typical black powder abrasion. Overall, a very handsome factory engraved and documented special order Model 1866 carbine retaining at least 70% of the original nickel finish. Special order engraved 66 carbines are among the most prized of any early Winchesters, and this example would be a highlight in any gun collection. 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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LOT - 70 70 - (A) W.W. GREENER MK III MARTINI SHOTGUN. Serial No. 31647. 26” smooth bore barrel measuring 12 bore. Manufactured in England using the Martini single shot drop block Monkey lever action. Has a walnut stock with full length musket style forend and no handguard. A 16 bore snap cap drops cleanly into action. Metal is all brown-grey patina. Wood is very good with usual dings. Very good to excellent bore. Working condition. Comes with two original wood cases of 180 ball cartridges each stamped “.410. in. Mk 1-Z”. These cartridge came with the gun but we have not tested to see if they are usable. They are for display purposes only. 400.00 - 600.00

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71 - (A) LOT OF 2: ANTIQUE EXPOSED HAMMER SXS SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 36294 & 10431. The first gun’s sidelock is stamped “Keystone Arms”. Serial No. 36294. 30” barrels in 12 bore with 2-5/8” chambers, Damascus pattern, exposed hammers, double trigger, checkered round knob walnut stock with composite buttplate, splinter forend. Barrel has near mint bores, solid rib, and single bead. Right barrel has small dent at top. Barrels are a brown-grey patina. There is some play in the barrels when forearm is off. Frame is in grey patina. Stocks are very good with a chip at toe and a small crack right side bottom at trigger. Wear to checkering. Working order. The second gun is a 10 bore. Serial No. 10431. Frame is stamped “New Baker Batavia, New York”. Brown Damascus barrels with beautiful pattern. No repairs. Full matted rib, single bead, bores have roughness. There is play at barrels with forearm off. Double exposed hammer and double trigger. Checkered walnut splinter forend. Round knob checkered walnut stock with black composite buttplate. Left side of stock at wrist has 3” crack repair. Right side has two cracks at wrist. Receiver is grey patina. Working condition. 400.00 - 600.00

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72 - (A) PARKER P GRADE 10 BORE HAMMER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 41583. Manufactured in 1885. 10 bore, 29-5/8” Damascus steel barrels, 2-3/4”chambers with solid matte rib marked “PARKER BROS MAKERS. MERIDEN CONN. TWIST” and has single copper bead. Hammered action marked “PARKER BROS” on both sides, double triggers. Walnut pistol grip buttstock with checkered grip with maker’s rubber cap and small vacant German silver shield escutcheon on top of wrist, steel butt plate. LOP is 14-1/8” from front trigger to end of butt. Checkered splinter forend with Deeley release stamped with patent dates, steel end cap. Good condition, barrels retaining traces of visible Damascus. Pitted bores and scattered areas of rust and spotting. Action with brown patina overall with spotting and rust. Stocks good with scattered marks from use and heavy wear to checkering. This is a nice example of an early Parker hammer gun. 400.00 - 600.00 32

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73 - (A) PARKER P GRADE 12 BORE HAMMER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 26378. Manufactured in 1882. 12 bore, 30” Damascus steel barrels, 2-1/2” chambers with solid matte rib marked “PARKER BROS MAKERS. MERIDEN CONN. TWIST” and has single silver bead. Both barrels have cylinder choke. Casehardened action marked “PARKER BROS” on both sides, double triggers. Walnut pistol grip buttstock with checkered grip with maker’s rubber cap and small vacant German silver shield escutcheon on top of wrist, steel butt plate. LOP is 14” from front trigger to end of butt. Checkered splinter forend with Deeley release stamped with patent dates, steel end cap. Accompanied by a Parker factory letter, which states that the gun was ordered by John Meunier of Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1882 for a price of $55.00. Letter confirms that it was shipped as a Quality T, top action hammer gun with 30” plain twist barrels, with a capped pistol grip, 14-1/4” inch pull, and full chokes. Very Good condition, barrels retaining about 60% of visible Damascus, left barrel has three dents towards muzzle, wear at muzzles and breeches. Action with case colors mostly turned silver, traces of colors visible in protected areas. Stocks good with scattered marks from use and heavy wear to checkering. This is a fine example of an early Parker hammer gun. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 74 74 - (A) 1800’S PERCUSSION WALKING CANE GUN. NSN. This early firearm features a faux bamboo painted barrel with a black frame and horn grip with an under barrel charger and single trigger. Cane is British proof marked. Body has some minor chipping. Frame retains 95% of its applied black finish. Horn is excellent. This example is early and appears to function. Barrel appears to be for a 20 bore. These firearm canes are extremely unusual and highly sought after. 550.00 - 950.00

LOT - 75 75 - (A) LEFEVER ARMS CO. GRADE E SIDE PLATED SHOTGUN. Serial No. 20463E. 12 bore. Barrel length is 30”. Manufactured between 1893 and 1894. Has Damascus steel barrels with solid matte rib with twin white bead sights. Rib terminating in doll’s head extension. 2 3/4” chambers. Left barrel is “improved modified”choke and right barrel is “improved cylinder” choke. LOP is 14 - 1/2” between front trigger and end of buttplate. Drop at comb is 1 - 5/8” and drop at heel is 2 - 3/4”. Side plated action, engraved with detailed borders with scrolls in corner. Also has a scene of two snipe in the center on the left side. The right side has a scene of a dog hunting. Both sides have cocking indicators and are stamped, “LEFEVER ARMS CO”. Extractors, automatic safety, double triggers and trigger guard bow are engraved with a scene of a retriever with a grouse in its mouth surrounded by finely engraved borders. Circassian walnut stock with tear drops carved in relief behind side plates and checkered panels on each side of semi - pistol grip, black hard rubber butt plate. Checkered fore-end with spiral engraved push button release. Good condition. Barrels retain 60% - 70% of Damascus finish, faded near muzzles. Left barrel is dented, also visible in bore. Otherwise, bright bores. Action retains traces of finish but mostly with brown patina. Forend with 1/4” x 1/8” repair to wood on right side against barrel. Stocks were probably re-checkered at some point. Scattered marks from use. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 76 76 - (A) ENGLISH 10 BORE PINFIRE SHOTGUN BY WELLINGTON. NSN. 10 Bore, 30” Damascus steel barrels, 2-3/4” chambers with solid matte rib with single silver bead and marked “W. WELLINGTON. LONDON. LAMINATED STEEL” with a sprig of scroll engraving near breech. Scroll engraved back-action locks marked “W. WELLINGTON”. Engraved trigger guard lever opens action. Figured walnut stock with checkered straight stock and steel butt plate. Fore-end checkered and with barrel key and engraved escutcheons. Good condition. Overall retains a grey patina, hammers with generous traces of blue and Damascus lamination on barrels still visible. Scattered marks from use. Action crisp, bores frosted and with some pitting. Stocks with scattered marks from use and wear to checkering. 750.00 - 1,250.00

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77 - (A) A.H. FOX 12 BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 9625. 12 bore, 28” blued steel barrels with solid matte rib and single brass bead. Marked on top near breeches “Krupp Fluid Steel Made By” on right barrel and “A.H. Fox Gun Co. Phila. PA” on other. 2-1/2” chambers, “Improved Modified” choke left barrel and “Improved Cylinder” on right barrel. Boxlock action with engraved borders and marked “ANSLEY H. FOX” on both sides, extractors, automatic safety. Double triggers with steel trigger guard engraved on bow. Vanished walnut semi-pistol grip stock with checkered panels on each side of wrist and black hard rubber Maker’s butt plate. Splinter fore-end with shaped panel of checkering and Deeley release. 13-1/4” LOP from front trigger. 1-3/4” drop at comb, 3-1/8” drop at heel. Good condition. Barrels retain 90% blue with scattered areas of surface rust and some wear at muzzles, and a series of nicks around face of right muzzle. Action now has a dark brown patina overall with some traces of blue in protected areas. Stock is good, retaining its original finish but has scattered dents and scratches from use. Bores are excellent but need to be cleaned. 800.00 - 1,200.00

78 - (M) BOXED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. SA54635. 4-3/4” barrel in .357 Magnum caliber. Manufactured 1981. Features factory nickel finish and walnut grips. This revolver shows no signs of having ever been fired with no visible drag line or cylinder burn. As new inside and out. Has original hang tag and instructions. Box is missing end label. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 79 79 - (A) GERMAN PERCUSSION COMBINATION GUN. NSN. Two stage 29-1/8” steel barrels inlaid “W. Poppe in Berlin” in silver across top flats. One .65 caliber rifled bore and the other a .69 caliber smoothbore. Patent breech and tang both finely engraved. Dovetailed front sight and large rear sight. Flat lock plates engraved with scrolls and foliage patterns, cocks with detailed relief lion heads engraved en suite with lock plates, right lock plate inlaid “W. Poppe” in silver and the other “in Berlin”, thumb safeties behind each hammer and double triggers. Two-piece engraved steel butt plate with urn-shaped finial. German silver shield-shaped wrist escutcheon with unidentified family crest engraved on it. German silver barrel key escutcheons and steel ramrod ferrules, thick ornate horn trigger guard with relief carved oak leaf finial. Figured walnut stock with shaped checkered panels on wrist and forend, sliding wood patch box on right side of buttstock, inlay carved with relief oak leaves behind entry ferrule, large oval-shaped cheek piece on left side of buttstock, ebony ramrod with replaced bone tip. Very good condition with steel components retaining an even brown patina with scattered dark spots. Stock very good, but about 1/8” to 1/4” has been removed between front of locks and nose cap on each side of forend. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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80 - (A) SCARCE ROPER REPEATING SHOTGUN. NSN. 26” barrel in 16 bore. The Roper revolving shotgun was manufactured in Amherst, Massachusetts from 1867 to 1868 and in Hartford, Connecticut from 1869 - 1876. This is an early Amherst. This is a first model. Shotgun has a four shot carrier, 16 bore, no rear sight, single bead front sight, barrel is blued, frame is case colored, has walnut stocks, the forend has pewter fore and aft. Case colored steel butt plate. This rare shotgun has been expertly restored to as new condition. The quality of finish rivals the originals. The frame retains all the brilliant case colors that are done in a Winchester tone. The screws are done in a nitre blue. Barrel retains all of the expertly applied rust blued finish, stocks were restored to as new condition. Even the butt plate has all of the case colors and the nitre blue. Has a shiny as new bore, white bead front sight is a replacement, shotgun looks like you just walked into a gun store circa 1868. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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81 - (A) COLT 1878 DOUBLE HAMMER SXS 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 14926. Manufactured in 1882. 12 bore, 29-3/4” Damascus steel barrels, 2-1/2” chambers with solid matte rib with single brass bead. Left barrel with modified choke and right barrel with improved modified choke. Hammer action marked “Colt Pt. F A Mfg Co.” on each lock plate, double triggers. Walnut semi-pistol-grip buttstock with checkered wrist and maker’s hard rubber butt plate. Checkered forend with Deeley release. LOP from front trigger is 13-3/8”. Good condition, as found, with barrels retaining Damascus pattern with brown even patina overall, muzzle of left barrel with gouge, bores with some pitting. Action has light brown patina and very good markings. Lever screw is marred. Buttstock has crazed original finish and scattered marks from use, checkering worn. Forend is replaced and excellent. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 82 82 - (A) HENRY ATKIN 12BORE SIDE LOCK EJECTOR SHOTGUN. Serial No. 300. 12 bore. 30” blued steel barrels with solid matte rib marked, “HENRY ATKIN (FROM PURDEY) 18 OXENDON STREET HAYMARKET LONDON W”, rib with scroll engraving near breech and doll’s head extension, barrels with finely engraved borders at breeches. This is a very unique shotgun. Henry Atkin was a stocker for Purdey in the mid 1800’s, and in 1891 he and four other gentlemen bought Boss & Company. Bottom of each barrel marked, “H.S.” and with serial number on each. Left barrel “modified choke”, right barrel cylinder bore with 2 - 3/4” chambers. Scroll engraved side lock actions with back - action style side plates, engraved with fine scrolls and marked, “HENRY ATKIN” on both sides. Ejectors, automatic safety, double triggers with blued scroll engraved trigger guard, lever, and safety. LOP from front trigger to back of hard rubber buttplate is 13 - 3/4”. 1 - 5/8” drop at comb and 2 - 3/8” drop at heel. Highly figured, straight walnut stock with checkered wrist and vacant silver oval escutcheon on bottom, splinter fore-end with large shaped panel of checkering with scroll engraved Anson release. Condition is very good, as redone. Re-blued barrels retaining approximately 95% blue with some wear on sides of breeches and scattered scratches/marks from use. Bores with some spotting, actions without finish with some spots, light rust and brown patina. There is some wear to the engraving bordering the left barrel. Trigger guard retains 90%-95% re-blued finish and having some wear to engraving on tang. Stock with crack on right side of wrist running from back of side plate to trigger guard tang, small chip behind tang, small replaced piece of wood behind right barrel and small filled area on left side above sideplate. Forend is excellent with one small chip filled near barrel. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 83 83 - (A) REDFERN & GODDARD DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. NSN. 8 gauge, round 47” barrels with patent breech and two silver bands inlaid near breeches and across rib, engraved tang. Flat matte rib with single silver bead. Flat locks both engraved and stamped “REDFERN/& GODDARD”, double triggers. Walnut half stock, wooden ramrod, steel ramrod ferrules, trigger guard with engraved bow and butt plate. Very good condition, barrels and locks with an even brown patina, matching all furniture. Stock excellent, scattered marks from use and small piece missing forward of left lock. Redfern & Goddard made parts and guns in London, England in the 19th century. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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84 - (A) ENGRAVED J.A. COSTER PIN FIRE SXS SHOTGUN. NSN. Round 28-3/4” Damascus barrels in 12 gauge pinfire with two gold bands inlaid around muzzles and gold inlaid vines around breeches and on vent matte rib. Rib inlaid “J.A. COSTNER IN HANAU” in gold. All steel forend with lever release, back action pinfire locks, and hammers all engraved with fine scrollwork and each panel with gold-inlaid border with intertwined gold inlaid “FP” on bottom of forend in script, double triggers. Steel sling swivels. Highly figured walnut stock with checkered wrist and relief carved cheek piece, one-piece carved wood trigger and gold inlaid and scroll engraved steel butt plate. Excellent condition, barrels with light brown patina, other steel components with light grey patina, bores spotted. Stock with scattered marks from use and a 3-1/2” wide area of residue from a shooting pad on both sides of buttstock. 1,800.00 - 2,200.00

LOT - 85 85 - (A) BRITISH SINGLE SHOT MARKET GUN. NSN. Round 49” barrel, 8 gauge, with two English proof marks near the patent. Silver front teardrop sight. Converted percussion lock with British military crown proof mark beneath bolster, rounded lock plate with double line border. Heavy walnut half stock with horn nose cap and checkered wrist. Flat steel furniture, wooden ramrod with brass tip. Excellent condition, barrel and lock with even brown patina and clear markings. All steel furniture with dark even patina and trigger guard. Finial missing one very small branch. Stock is excellent with scattered marks from use. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

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86 - (C) PARKER BROS. SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN. Serial No. 228151. 12 bore with a 32” barrel, full choke, 2-5/8” chamber, 14-5/8” LOP, 1-5/8” drop at comb, 1-1/2” drop at heel, and 8lbs 1oz. Manufactured 1927. Matching serial numbers on frame, barrel, and forend. Stamped “C4”. 1910 patent date. Features include vent rib, double bead, blued barrel, engraved case colored frame with pigeon on bottom, deluxe checkered walnut stocks, beaver tail forend, pistol grip, White Line rubber pad added, checkered pistol grip, Parker Bros. grip cap, silver owner ID plaque at base, forearm release and takedown ring engraved and case colored. Gun shows very light overall use. Barrel retains approximately 98% original factory blue. Frame is beautifully engraved and shows traces of case colors. Walnut stocks are near mint with beautifully grained wood and finely checkered. Wood is near mint with no cracks or chips. Checkered side panels. Fine bore. Lock-up tight as new. Beautiful, high condition, quality Parker trap gun. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 36

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LOT - 87 87 - (M) CASED WINCHESTER-COLT .44-40 COMM. SET. Serial No. 1952WC. Rifle sports a 20” barrel in caliber .44-40. Colt Single Action Army revolver has a 7-1/2” barrel in caliber .44-40. New, never levered or turned. The rifle is a Model 94 carbine with full round barrel, full magazine, Buckhorn sporting rear sight, gold plated leaf and post front sight, blue finish, deluxe checkered oil finished walnut stock with blued rifle buttplate, straight grip, case colored lever, with gold engraving and inlays on both sides of barrel and frame. The revolver is a 7-1/2” Colt Single Action Army with the old style black powder frame, case colored. Cylinder is not fluted. Walnut grips. Beautiful gold inlay engraving on barrel, cylinder, and backstrap. Both weapons are chambered for the .44-40 cartridge and are housed in an original French fitted oak display case with matching medallions. Case has set name on top. One of the finest matched sets ever manufactured. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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88 - (C) CASED C. OSBORNE 28 BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. NSN. 28 bore, 2-3/4”chambers, 27-3/4” blued barrels with solid matte rib and single brass bead. Faded markings on rib “CHAS. OSBORNE & CO. LONDON” and worn engraving at breeches. Bottoms of breeches stamped “sleeved” overtop of “PROOF” and other English proof marks and designations on flats. Polished boxlock action with scrolls surrounding banner engraved “CHAS. OSBORNE & CO” on both sides and with engraved blue bottom plate of action, blued trigger guard, lever and safety. Features: extractors, automatic safety and double triggers. Checkered figured walnut English buttstock with vacant silver escutcheon on bottom and leather-covered recoil pad. LOP is 14-1/8” to end of wood butt and 15” to back of recoil pad. Drop at comb is 1-1/2” and 2-1/4” at heel. Checkered splinter fore-end with Anson release. Weight is 5 lbs. 6 ounces. Complete with English leather case with brass corners, partitioned interior with red velvet and a label marked “Hardy Bros. Alnwick, England”. Exterior of the lid is marked with the initials “VS”. Very good condition, as refinished. Barrels retain 98% re-blued finish, a couple light storage marks, markings and engraving heavily worn. Bright bores. Polished receiver is very good, polished bright with significant wear to some engraving, blued accents excellent with worn engraving. Stocks very good, some wear to checkering and scattered minor marks from use, forend with one chip on right side near front and a 1” crack from end cap into forend. Forend needs to be re-varnished. Case is excellent, with normal wear from use, all straps excellent. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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

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90 - (C) CHARLES BOSWELL 12-BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 14865. 12 bore, 30” blued steel barrels with solid matte rib and single steel bead, left barrel “improved modified” choke, right barrel cylinder choke, 2 - 1/2” chambers. The rib marked “CHARLES BOSWELL. MAKER. 126. STRAND. LONDON. WC.”, rib engraved with scrolls near breech. Ejectors, automatic safety, double triggers and scroll engraved blue trigger guard. Sides of action are casehardened, bottom of action blued and with scroll engraving. Boxlock action, engraved with scroll work and panel scenes; the right side with three pheasants, the other side has three grouse. Both sides are marked, “CHARLES BOSWELL”. Figured walnut stock with checkered semi pistol grip, carved panels terminating in tear drop behind each side of the action, 14 - 3/8” LOP to the horn buttplate and vacant gold oval escutcheon on underside of stock. Drop at comb is 1 - 1/2” and drop at heel is 2 - 1/4”. Splinter fore-end, checkered and having Anson release. Condition is excellent, as redone. Barrels retain 98% of reblued finish. Action retains 50%-60% of fading case colors. Underside of rib beneath forend has two drilled holes. Stock is excellent as well with a few light storage marks. Shiny bores. Charles Boswell had worked for Thomas Gooch and the Enfield factory before establishing himself in 1872. He manufactured guns until 1922. He was a very skillful gun maker and also pigeon shot, the firms prominence rested on their capability to build live bird guns. And with that, leaves you with an outstanding boxlock shotgun. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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91 - (A) PARKER 12-BORE PH GRADE 1 BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 200392. 12 bore. Barrel length 30” blued barrels with solid matte rib, doll’s head extension and single silver bead, marked with typical Parker barrel markings on rib. Left barrel is “improved modified”, right barrel is modified. 2 - 1/2” chambers. Casehardened, box lock action with engraved borders and marked, “Parker Bros” on each side. Plate on bottom of action engraved with scrolls in center and borders. Extractors, automatic safety, double triggers and engraved blued steel trigger guard. Straight, plain walnut stock with checkered wrist. LOP from front trigger to maker’s hard rubber buttplate is 14 - 1/8”. 1 - 1/2” drop at comb, 2 - 1/2” drop at heel. Has a small vacant German silver shield escutcheon behind trigger guard. The highly figured splinter fore-end has a Deeley release. Condition is very good, as refinished. Re-blued barrels retaining perhaps 90% finish with edge wear and some thinning near breeches, some wear at muzzles and scattered marks from use. Action retains approx. 80% of redone case colors with the finish worn behind breeches, edge wear and scattered spotting. Trigger guard retains approx. 98% blue. Stock with sharp checkering and large areas of losses to finish. Excellent, shiny bores. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

92 - (A) EARLY RARE CASED PARKER HAMMERLESS CONVERSION. Serial No. 2625. Manufactured in 1874. 11 bore, two sets of barrels: 30” browned steel barrels, 26” blued steel barrels, both sets with solid matte ribs and single brass beads. 30” set marked “PARKER BROS MAKERS MERIDEN CONN. PLAIN TWIST” and the 26” set marked “PARKER BROS MAKERS MERIDEN CONN. DAMASCUS STEEL”. Both sets serial numbered and matching action. Rare action, converted from a hammer gun to a side-lever thumb-cocking action. Caseharded and finely engraved with game scenes on each side plate and fine borders. Both sides marked “D.M. LEFEVER, HAMMERLESS PAT.20. 1880.”. Blued and engraved cocking lever installed on left side of action. Early screwed-on lifter button, or “finger piece” as Parker called it, which opens the breech with cocking indicators on each side. Action engraved with scrolls on underside with a retriever’s head in the center, front trigger guard tang marked “PATENTED/NOV. 13, 1866”, trigger guard has engraved borders and screws, bow engraved with two retrievers in pursuit of a pheasant, double triggers. Watertable marked “F.9.R. B2625” on left side. Highly figured walnut semi pistol grip buttstock with steel skeleton butt plate, wrist with checkered panels on each side and small vacant silver shield escutcheon on top. LOT - 92 LOP is 14” from front trigger, matching original pull in Parker letter. Keyed walnut splinter forend with checkered panels and engraved steel furniture. Complete with a professionally made and accurate reproduction Parker-style walnut case lined with green felt. Includes: six empty brass 12 bore shells, wooden “B.G.I. Co” marked three piece cleaning rod, a Bridgeport made powder and shot measure, a reproduction primer removal tool, cast iron primer tool, two reproduction Parker primer tins and various cleaning tools. Excellent condition. Blued barrels retain about 85-90% blue finish with areas of wear and light pitting at muzzles, small areas of losses to finish on sides, probably due to sitting in case, excellent bores. Browned 30” barrels are excellent, retaining 90-95% brown finish, some surface rust at muzzles with scattered marks from storage and areas of light spotting under finish, frosted bores with some spotting. Action excellent with crisp marking and engraving. Case colors mostly turned to silver. Buttstock excellent with traces of original finish, some wear to checkering, scattered light storage marks. Butt plate has grey patina with some spotting. Forend good, some light wear to checkering, steel furniture with light grey patina, two splinters missing along right side along barrel. Case and accessories excellent. This shotgun is complete with a Parker factory letter from The Parker Gun Collector’s Association, Inc. The letter confirms that serial number 2635 was produced in 1874, according to Parker Bros. Stock Book No. 1, and confirms the bore, barrel lengths and finishes, pull to be as described above. A notation states it was a “Brad Ives Gun” and that Parker notables Bryse, Maschmeyer Pearson, and “Brad”, all worked on this particular gun. According to Parker records, it was returned to Parker on September 27, 1887 by Jno. Grove White of New Haven, Connecticut, for the following repairs: restock 1/8” shorter, same drop or 3”, emery out barrels, brown Damascus, tighten up action, repair locks and alter to new action, for a total cost of $17.50. Parker Bros., Remington Arms, and others (including Lefever), repaired and reconfigured guns for Parker as part of the gun trade. It was during this period, most likely in 1880, that the gun was given to Lefever by Parker for the hammerless conversion, the configuration it remains in today. According to pages 16 and 17 of “Uncle Dan Lefever: Master Gunmaker” by Robert W. Elliott, Lefever patented the thumb-cocking lever between 1870 and 1873 and in 1878, D.M. Lefever created his first successful working model hammerless double. In 1880, Lefever’s side-cocking shotgun became the first commercially successful hammerless double made in America. Only 750 of these were made. This is possibly the earliest Parker hammerless shotgun in existence. With excellent documentation, a truly rare and unique shotgun for the most advanced Parker collector. 20,000.00 - 30,000.00

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93 - (C & M) LOT OF 3: SEMI-AUTOMATIC POCKET PISTOLS. Serial No. 198005, 367814, 24174. The first gun is a LLAMA .380 with a 3-3/4” barrel, vent rib, checkered walnut grip, and blue finish. 95% condition showing light use. The second pistol is a Mossberg Brownie four barrel patented in 1920. .22 caliber with 2-1/2” barrel. Finish is blue-brown patina. This model was manufactured from 1919 to1932. Shoots .22 rimfire caliber. The last pistol in this lot is a FN Browning pre-war Vest Pocket in .25 ACP with a 2” barrel. Finish is a pleasing mix of blue and soft patina. The LLAMA has four magazines. Browning Vest Pocket has one magazine. Brownie has no magazine. 500.00 - 700.00

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

95 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 63 REVOLVER. Serial No. ABC0184. 4” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Aside from a light drag line, this gun has never been fired and exhibits no cylinder burn. Features adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight, medallion checkered wood grips, six shot and double action. Referred to as the .22/32 Kit Gun Stainless built on the square butt J target frame with three screws, produced 1977 to 1998. Comes in original box numbered to gun and original instruction manual. 500.00 - 700.00

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96 - (C) HIGH STANDARD SPORT-KING .22 CAL PISTOL. Serial No. 349454. Barrel length is 4-1/2”, chambered for the .22 long rifle. This early model was introduced in 1950. It sports the early barrel release with blued finish and brown composite thumb rest grips with wind drift rear sight. Gun retains approximately 95% original blue with some high edge wear, fine bore and action, excellent original grips, comes with one magazine. Comes in the original two piece box numbered to gun. Box is missing the lining and corners are taped. This gun is listed as part of the Supermatic series and was manufactured until the 101 series was introduced in 1954. 500.00 - 750.00

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97 - (C) S&W PRE-WAR PRE-MODEL 20 REVOLVER. Serial No. 36018. 5” barrel chambered for the .38 Special. Often referred to as the .38/44 Heavy Duty chambered for the .38 Special but built on the large square butt N frame to handle powerful loads. Features six shot, double action half moon front sight, square butt, case colored hammer and trigger, with silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. This gun has matching serial number on cylinder and yoke as well as right grip panel. Backstrap is starting to grey out. Light muzzle wear, light high edge wear, and some thinning on trigger guard, front grip strap, flats of cylinder are basically gun metal grey, thinning on sides of barrel and all high edges. Nice traces of color on hammer and trigger. Fine bore. Perfect action. Grips are very good with usual dings and wear. A used but well-cared for early pre-war large frame Pre-20. Factory letter confirms all of the above, and this revolver was shipped on May 13th, 1930 to Baker, Hamilton, Pacifica & Co. in San Francisco, California. 500.00 - 800.00

98 - (C) S&W POST-WAR PRE-MODEL 20 REVOLVER. Serial No. S89915. 5” barrel chambered for the .38 Special. Often referred to as the .38/44 Heavy Duty chambered for the .38 Special but built on the large square butt N frame to handle powerful loads. Features six shot, double action half moon front sight, square butt, case colored hammer and trigger, with silver medallion diamond checkered walnut magna grips. This gun has matching serial number on cylinder and yoke. Grips are proper type but numbered to another gun. A red front sight insert has been installed. Backstrap is starting to grey out. Light cylinder line, light muzzle wear, light high edge wear, and some thinning on trigger guard. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. Grips are very good with a couple of minor dings. A used but well-cared for early post-war large frame Pre-20. Factory letter confirms all of the above and was shipped July 9th, 1952 to Hunt & Mottel Co. in Tacoma, Washington. 500.00 - 800.00

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99 - (M) CASED S&W MODEL 27-9 REVOLVER. Serial No. CSV2351. 4” barrel in .357 magnum caliber. A continuation of the famous Model 27 double action revolver built on the N frame with square butt, six shot, blue finish, case colored wide target hammer, with serrated trigger, gold medallion diamond checkered rosewood grips, adjustable rear sight, and matted rib and top strap. Aside from a light drag line, gun is near new inside and out in plastic carry case with paperwork and accessories. 500.00 - 800.00

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100 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 39-2 (NICKEL) SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. A661558. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured 1981. The Model 39-2 featured the alloy frame with the steel slide. It is a double action, eight shot, semi-automatic. This model was introduced in 1954 and was made continuously until 1982. It remains in near new condition with factory nickel finish and blue accents, but does show usual storage marks on nickel finish. The checkered wood grips are excellent but there is a small chip on left panel. Comes in its original blue box numbered to gun. 500.00 - 800.00

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101 - (M) BOXED HIGH STANDARD SUPERMATIC TOURN. PISTOL. Serial No. 2011300. 6-3/4” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This is a Model 107 Military introduced in 1968. The Tournament Model offered most of the features found on the Citation. This model was discontinued in 1971. This pistol features the blued finish with the thumb rest checkered walnut grips and adjustable rear sight. Grip straps are not stippled. Gun remains in excellent condition with 1” of light wear on right side of barrel, light muzzle wear, and light high edge wear at trigger guard. Comes in an original box not numbered to gun. 500.00 - 800.00 42

102 - (M) CASED S&W MODEL 66-2 REVOLVER. Serial No. 263K429. 2-1/2” barrel in .357 magnum caliber. This revolver is built on the stainless steel K target frame. Stainless steel construction with round butt. Manufactured 1970 to 2004. Features six shot, double action, red ramp sight, adjustable rear, gold medallion checkered walnut grips. Perfect action. Excellent grips and bore. Gun has been fired and has usual surface marks. Includes box. No paperwork. 500.00 - 800.00

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103 - (M) COLT PEACEMAKER .22 S.A.A. Serial No. G68355. 6” barrel in 22 magnum rimfire caliber. Manufactured 1973. This is basically a scaled down version of the Colt Single Action Army. It is finished in the same blued and case colored theme with the black composite eagle grips. Cylinder is not fluted. Frame retains virtually all of the original case colors. Cylinder has high edge wear at front at face. Barrel has light muzzle wear. Butt is engraved. Backstrap has a couple chips to the black enamel finish. Action is perfect. Bore is near mint. Fine lightly used Colt Peacemaker in popular .22 magnum. 500.00 - 800.00

104 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT 1877 REVOLVERS. Serial No. 116384 & 144134. Both revolvers are chambered for the .38 LC cartridge and both have 4-1/2” barrels and are six shot, double action, with Colt black composite grips. Both revolvers have been completely re-blued. Grips are excellent. Both have all matching serial numbers. The first gun is serial No. 116384 and was manufactured in 1900. Cylinder indexes but does not lock into place. The second gun is serial No. 144134 and was manufactured in 1903. Cylinder indexes and locks. Both have very good strong bores. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 105 105 - (C) LOT OF 2: WWI GEW. 98 MAUSER RIFLES. Serial No. 1090 & 1745. Both of these rifles were a World War I bring-backs with no import marks and came to us with a large lot of personal effects of World War I soldier of whose belongings are in this auction. The first rifle is dated 1916, serial No. 1745, stamped “Oberspree Kornbusch & Co.”. Serial No. 1745 on barrel, frame, bolt release, stock, trigger guard, floorplate, guard screws, and both barrel bands. Serial No. 1967 on bolt and safety. Barrel is a soft brown patina. Frame is gun metal grey with age spots. Has original matching numbered roller coaster rear sight. Original sling swivels and period correct bayonet and metal scabbard. Wood was “duffel cut” under rear band, expertly done. Typical World War I bring-back. Good bore and action. The second gun has serial No. 1090 on barrel, frame, roller coaster sight, bolt, safety, bolt release, stock, floorplate, trigger guard, screws, and both barrel bands. Condition is similar to the other rifle, except there are some cracks to the left side of wood stock that need to be repaired. Comes with period bayonet and metal scabbard. Very good bore and action. Identical duffel-cut. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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106 - (C) WEBLEY MK VI WWI REVOLVER. Serial No. 174454. .455 caliber with a 6” barrel. Produced by Webley and Scott introduced in 1915. Became the standard service revolver for British officers during the first World War. This revolver has all matching numbers on frame, barrel, and cylinder with British proofs, no import stamp. Cylinder has not been cut. Has the original black composite grips and lanyard ring. It is a typical top break and has the dull military arsenal reapplied finish, of which approximately 75% still with most of the wear on the trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. The backstrap is unit marked. Grips are excellent. Left panel is stamped with the letter “M”. Functions perfectly both single and double action. Strong clean bore. Comes in a British proofed brown leather holster. It is obvious this gun was used in World War I and was refurbished for use in the second World War as well. Classic British service revolver. 500.00 - 1,000.00

107 - (A) SPANISH COPY S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 12719. Caliber is .44 Russian, barrel length is 5”. Typical Spanish copy of the famous Smith & Wesson new model No. 3 .44 caliber double action revolver. Features blued finish, top break frame, six shot, double action, composite grips and lanyard ring. Top of barrel is stamped by Maker in Spanish. The grips have the company logo. Lanyard ring and butt. Indexes perfectly, has a fine clean strong bore. What is rare about this gun is that very few Spanish copies were finished in blue and very few remain in fine condition such as this example. This revolver still retains approximately 70% of the original factory blue finish, grips are near mint. Fine case colors on hammer. On of the best condition blued examples of a Spanish S&W copy. 500.00 - 1,000.00

108 - (C) LOT OF 3: HANDGUNS. Serial No. 45508, 7699, NSN. Gun A) Japanese double action type 26, 8 mm, 4 3/4 in. barrel, checkered walnut grips. Serial number 45508. All metal is brown patina, grips very good, indexes perfectly. Gun B) Walther Olympia Semi Automatic, Serial 7699, 4 1/4 in barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, .22 long rifle, 30% original blue, balance blending, strong legends, very good grips. Gun C) Solid frame, five shot, double action, .38 caliber, Belgium type pistol, checkered walnut grips are very good, cylinder indexes fine, grey patina. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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109 - (C) ASTRA MODEL 400 (1921) SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 24857. 6” barrel in 9mm caliber. The Astra Model 400 is usually referred to as the Model 1921. It is a semi-automatic, magazine fed, with black composite logo grips, and blue finish. This pistol was designed by Pedro Careaga in 1919, was modified in 1921 and submitted for government trials to replace the Campo-Giro. It is chambered for the 9mm Largo cartridge but was interchangeable with the 9mm Parabellum and .38 ACP. In 1921 it was adopted by the Army, Navy, and Air Force. On page 243, sales of Astra by serial number listed in the book by Leonardo Antaris, this block of serial numbers were ordered by the Comandancia de Carabineros, which have been a part of the Army since 1878. The pistols date from 1924 to 1926. This pistol has the Carabineros royal crown on top of the slide, as well as the Astra stamp. This royal crown stamp can be seen on page 253. This pistol remains in excellent all original condition with matching numbers on slide, barrel, and frame. Pistol retains approximately 75% original blue, with balance smooth patina. Near mint bore and perfect action. Housed in a period military style holster that is stamped on back but not readable. 500.00 - 1,000.00

110 - (C) S&W PRE - WAR PRE - MODEL 20 REVOLVER. Serial No. 57329. 5” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Built on the large N frame. This revolver is a six shot, double action, blued finish, half moon front sight, with case colored hammer and trigger. Matching numbers on barrel and cylinder. Nice colors on hammer and trigger. Cylinder shows wear to flats and high edges. Rear grip strap is a brown patina. Has muzzle and barrel wear on both sides out to 1”. The top strap shows holster wear. Overall 85-90% original blue intact. Fine strong bore, perfect action. Sports the proper type, gold medallion, pre-war, diamond checkered grips that fit perfectly but not numbered to gun. Fine example of pre-war large frame Smith & Wesson. Factory letter confirms all of the above and lists shipped, January 3, 1939 to George Worthington Co. Cleveland, OH. 550.00 - 850.00

111 - (M) S&W MODEL 29-3 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. AFT7403. 6” barrel in .44 magnum caliber. The 29-3 was introduced in 1982 and was manufactured through 1987. The main design change was the elimination of the cylinder counter bore and pin barrel. Features six shot, double action, blue finish, red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, case colored target hammer, and wide case colored target trigger. Sports a pair of black rubber Hogue monogrips. Gun shows light cylinder drag line and a hint of muzzle wear. Does not appear to have been fired much and remains in 98-99% original condition with fine bore and action. 600.00 - 800.00

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112 - (M) S&W MODEL 17-3 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. K824664. 6” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1968. Features include blued finish, target sights, six shot, double action, pin barrel, recessed chambers, case colored target hammer and serrated trigger, with silver medallion walnut checkered grips. Right grip panel is numbered to gun. Cylinder has light drag line and there is a hint of muzzle wear. Near mint bore and action. Cylinder shows little to no burn. This revolver has seen very little use and remains in near mint condition. 600.00 - 900.00

113 - (C) S&W MODEL 53 REVOLVER. Serial No. K463797. 6” barrel in caliber .22 Remington Jet Magnum with .22 LR inserts and numbers matching .22 caliber spare cylinder. Six shot. Manufactured in 1961. The .22 Remington Jet Magnum is a .357 magnum necked down to use a .22 caliber bullet. Blued finish with oversized walnut target grips. Diamond checkered oversized walnut grips with silver medallion and black disks. Grips not numbered to gun. Selectable hammer for rim and centerfire cartridges. Gun has seen light use and retains 98% factory blue with just some high edge muzzle wear and cylinder drag line. Two plugged scope mounting holes on rib. Has six of the jet inserts present. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

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114 - (C) S&W POST-WAR PRE-MODEL 20 REVOLVER. Serial No. S66304. 5” barrel chambered for the .38 Special. Often referred to as the .38/44 Heavy Duty chambered for the .38 Special but built on the large square butt N frame to handle powerful loads. Features six shot, double action half moon front sight, square butt, case colored hammer and trigger, with silver medallion diamond checkered walnut magna grips. This gun has matching serial number on cylinder and yoke as well as right grip panel. Backstrap is starting to grey out. Light cylinder line, light muzzle wear, light high edge wear, and some thinning on trigger guard. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. Grips are excellent. A used but well-cared for early post-war large frame Pre-20. Factory letter confirms all of the above, and this revolver was shipped on July 25th, 1946 to Bush-Caldwell & Co. in Little Rock, Arkansas. 600.00 - 900.00

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115 - (C) S&W MODEL 58 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. S257350. 4” barrel in .41 Remington magnum caliber. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, ramp front sight, case colored hammer and trigger, with medallion checkered walnut grips. This cylinder exhibits a drag line and high edge wear as does muzzle and high edge of frame. Still retains approximately 90-95% of original blue. Action is perfect. Strong clean bore. Grips are proper for this gun but numbered to another. Factory letter confirms all of the above. This revolver was shipped on February 9, 1965 to International Distributors in Miami, Florida. 600.00 - 900.00

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116 - (C) S&W U.S. MODEL 1917 REVOLVER. Serial No. 79214. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 ACP/.45 Auto rimfire. These revolvers were manufactured by the United States Army for issue during the first World War. They were built on the large M-Frame and chambered to use the same ammunition as the Colt model 1911 with use of half moon clips or the 45 auto rim which was a rimmed .45 ACP cartridge. These were finished in blue with smooth walnut grips and lanyard ring. The bottom of the barrel is stamped “United States Property”. Butt is stamped “U.S. Army Model 1917”. The bottom of the left grip is stamped with the letter “P”. The serial number 79214 will be found under the barrel, on the butt, and the back of the cylinder. Military proof marks will be found on the back of the cylinder, frame and barrel as well. This revolver retains approximately 50% of its original military blue finish with balance a soft patina to gun metal grey with traces of color on hammer and trigger. Original grips are very good with some minor chipping. This revolver functions flawlessly in both single and double action. Has a strong clean bore. 600.00 - 900.00

117 - (M) HI - STANDARD MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. HS1037306. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. This is basically a high quality copy of the Colt Model 1911 military pistol. Features the matte phosphate World War II style finish with checkered walnut grips. The hammer is checkered and all other small parts are serrated. There is some finish wear to barrel at ejection port and a light drag line, otherwise pistol shows in near new condition inside and out and comes in a hard carry case. 600.00 - 900.00

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118 - (C) POLISH VIS RADOM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. F6108. 4-3/4” barrel in 9mm caliber. According to the book by Bill York, the F Series was produced in 1942. It is a standard Nazi marked, magazine fed, semi-automatic pistol. Left side of frame has the “WaA 77” stamp used at Radom on early completed and accepted pistols. Same mark can be found on left side of slide. Slide also has the German firing proof on left side on slide and matching number inside. Barrel lug has matching number. Has a clean bore, fine action and sports black FB/VIS black composite grips. Gun retains approximately 50% of the original war-time blue finish with balance turning patina. Magazine has Waffenamt 188 stamp on base. Standard early war Nazi used Radom. 600.00 - 900.00

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119 - (C) JAPANESE NAMBU TYPE 14 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 64114. 4-1/2” barrel in 8mm caliber. Referred to as the large trigger guard model, manufactured at the Toriimatsu factory. Has the late coarse knurl round cocking knob. Manufactured November 1943 to February 1944. Has the blade dovetail to base front sight, blued magazine with pot metal base, and mahogany grips with 24 serrations. Rear sight not milled into frame. Magazine is numbered 989. Both grip panels have matching last four digits of serial number. Pistol retains 95% of the original hot salt blued finish. Grips are excellent with a couple of minor dings. Bore and action are fine. Very fine all original example of a mid-war Type 14. 600.00 - 900.00

120 - (M) RUGER OLD MODEL BLACKHAWK .30 CARBINE. Serial No. 9076. 7-1/2” barrel in .30 Carbine caliber. The Ruger Blackhawk in .30 Carbine was available from 1968 to1972. This revolver dates to 1968, first year of production. Standard features include six shot, single action, blued finish, and medallion walnut two -piece grips. The rear sight has been removed and a Ruger Bushnell scope mount is installed over rear sight blank and has a Bushnell Phantom II 1.3x scope with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Revolver has been fired with an ever so light drag line and a couple minor storage marks. Still retains 99% finish. Grips are excellent. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

121 - (M) CASED KIMBER PRO CRIMSON CARRY II. Serial No. KR113311. 4” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. The Pro Crimson Carry II was introduced in 2008 with a retail price of $1,206. It is a single action semi-automatic with satin silver aluminum frame, stainless steel barrel, matte black slide, black sights, shortened slide stop pin, beveled frame, extended thumb safety, and rosewood Crimson Trace laser grips. Pistol is in near new condition in and out. 600.00 - 900.00

122 - (C) COLT POST WAR OFFICERS MODEL MATCH REVOLVER. Serial No. 65708. Barrel length 6”, caliber is .22 long rifle. Referred to as the fifth issue, this revolver was manufactured in 1953. It features six shot, double action, blue finish, ramp front sight, target rear sight, wide spur target hammer, serrated trigger, with fully checkered silver medallion walnut grips. Sporting the same action as the famed python. These post war match models were some of the finest revolvers ever manufactured. The grips were identical to those found on the early Colt pythons and much like the early etched panel barrels on the Colt 1878 that were stripped down for the S.A.A. These revolvers are being bought up just for their grips to be put on early pythons. The grips alone are now selling between $400 and $600. This revolver has light muzzle wear, light cylinder drag line and some minor high edge wear but still retains approximately 95% original factory blue. Action is perfect, strong rifled bore. 600.00 - 900.00

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123 - (M) S&W MODEL 686 DISTINGUISHED COMBAT STAINLESS. Serial No. BKR2262. 2-1/2” barrel in .357 magnum caliber. Offered is a 686-3. It is a six shot double action built on a square butt stainless L target frame with three screws. It was introduced in 1980. Other features include red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, and Smith & Wesson rubber finger grip stocks. Cylinder face shows little to no signs of having been fired. Cylinder shows light drag line. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

124 - (C) S&W .44 HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 19785. 6-1/2” barrel in .44 S&W Special caliber. This six shot, double action was built on the square butt N frame with case colored hammer and trigger, and a lanyard loop. Matching numbers on barrel and cylinder. Strong colors on hammer and trigger. Revolver has high edge wear with wear along both sides of barrel. Brown patina on right side of frame forward of cylinder. Sports a pair of non-medallion checkered walnut grips not numbered to gun. Blued finish. Has a cylinder ring. Backstrap has silvered out and retains 20% blue on front grip strap. Was obviously holster worn as evidenced by the wear on sides of barrel and cylinder flats but still retains approximately 50% blue. Perfect action. Strong, clean bore. This revolver dates to the early 1920’s. 600.00 - 1,000.00 125 - (C) S&W MODEL 1950 OUTDOORSMAN. Serial No. S98572. 6-1/2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. This model is often referred to as the .38-44 Outdoorsman. Model numbers were assigned in 1957. This revolver was known as the Model 23. It is a .38 caliber target revolver built on the large M frame square butt which would allow the use of heavy loads. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, case colored target hammer and trigger, high Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, serrated top rib, revolver has matching numbers on yolk and cylinder. The grips are silver medallion diamond checkered walnut magnas, but are numbered to a different gun. This revolver has seen some well cared for use, there is muzzle wear, the barrel is thinning to gray at the breech on both sides as is the frame at that point. There is a cylinder drag line, but safely retains approximately 93% original blue. The walnut grips are excellent of the period with no cracks, action is perfect. Strong clean bore. Factory letter confirms all of the above and this revolver was shipped on May 25, 1954 to Pierce Hardware Co. Taunton, Massachusetts. 600.00 - 1,000.00

126 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: SMALL POCKET REVOLVERS. NSN. The first revolver is a Sedaly Model 1908 baby hammerless revolver in .22 caliber. Features eight shot, double action folding trigger, factory nickel finish with the black composite grips. Gun remains in unfired condition. 95% original factory nickel with some light freckling. Perfect working order. The second revolver is a six shot, folding hammer, double action revolver in caliber .320 with a 1-1/2” barrel, blued finish, and checkered walnut grips. It has English crown proof. 90% original factory blue and excellent grips. Fine working order. The last gun in this lot is a Belgium six shot double action, .32 caliber revolver with blued finish, black composite grips, and lanyard ring. Retains approximately 90% original blue. Comes in a period holster that is in need of repair. Perfect working order. All three of the turn of the century pocket revolvers are in excellent condition. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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127 - (C) MAUSER C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL. Serial No. 886233. Cal. 9mm, barrel length 5-1/2”. Often referred to as the Red 9 due to the fact that is is chambered for the 9 mm Luger cartridge. Both grips are incised with a large painted red “9”. The serial number range puts this as a early model 1930 which would indicate that it was re-cylindered for the 9mm and the “9” grips added. Pistol retains virtually all its re-applied rust blue, retains sharp legions except for the right front panel which is only 50% visible. Grips are mint modern replacements. Only visible exterior serial number is on the left side of frame. Bore near mint, action is fine. 600.00 - 1,000.00

128 - (M) S&W MODEL 57 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. N885322. Caliber .41 Remington magnum, barrel length 6”. Manufactured from 1980 to 1983. Standard features: six shot, double action, factory nickel finish, red ramp front sight, target adjustable rear sight, wide spur case colored hammer, wide case colored serrated trigger, silver medallion checkered grips. Action perfect, bore excellent. 600.00 - 1,000.00

129 - (C) 1914 DWM MILITARY LUGER. Serial No. 7870a. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured by DWM for the German Army in the first World War. Manufactured from 1913 to 1918. This example is dated 1916 on bridge, a nice mid-war production, most of which saw hard use. This was probably an arsenal rebuilt police gun as it has two miss-matched numbers, 7870 and 1765. Most small parts correspond to both numbers with few exceptions. Texas export stamp on back. 30% original blue turning patina. Grips are not numbered. Aluminum bottom magazine numbered 3528. Very good bore. Original grips are good to very good. Traces of straw colors. Unit marked LIR387 inside grip strap. 600.00 - 1,000.00

130 - (C) HI-STANDARD SUPERMATIC CITATION MODEL 104. Serial No. 1435686. 8” barrel in .22 LR caliber. The 104 Series was introduced in 1963. The 104 Citation is the last appearance of the radical space gun. The model was discontinued in 1966 making for a very short run of this very distinctive and high quality semi-automatic pistol. Features the removable adjustable barrel weights, blued finish, brown composite gold medallion grips. There is some finish loss to the large muzzle end. Pistol retains approximately 97% original factory blue. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 131 131 - (C) MAUSER BROOMHANDLE BOLO C-96 PISTOL. Serial No. 2830. 4” barrel in .30 Mauser caliber. Standard early commercial model serial No. 2830 on barrel, firing pin. Back of frame has mixed numbers 471397 and 612395. Stamped on right side “C-96 7.63 G-R” and Mauser stamped on right side of frame. Has the serrated walnut grips that someone has tried to re-cut. Finish is all brown. Very good bore. Comes with an original shoulder stock holster with Imperial stamp on lid and a black band. Wood stamped “78” and metal stamped “989”. Holster is in excellent shape with no cracks. Gun is basically all brown as assembled. 600.00 - 1,000.00

132 - (M) LOT OF 2: RUGER REVOLVERS. Serial No. 152-37732 & 64-84579. Gun A) Boxed Ruger Security Six with stainless steel, 6” barrel in .357 Magnum caliber with serial no. 152-37732. Cylinder shows slight burn. Features: checkered walnut silver medallion grips, six shot, and double action. Comes in the original red and black box with paperwork. Mint bore and action. The Security Six model was introduced in 1970 and discontinued in 1985. Gun B) Ruger New Model Single Six revolver in .22 rimfire caliber with a 5-1/2” barrel. Serial no. 64-84579. Features: blued finish, adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight, six shot, single action, fluted cylinder, and two piece Ruger walnut medallion grips. Cylinder has light drag line. Light muzzle wear. Couple of light storage marks on frame. near new inside and out. Comes with an extra .22 Win magnum cylinder, non-fluted, 98%. Fine bore and action. These are 200th Year Of American Liberty are marked on the barrels. Manufactured in 1976. 600.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 132

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133 - (M) T/C CONTENDER 3 BARREL PISTOL SET. Serial No. 205379. The Thompson/Center Contender is a break-action single shot pistol introduced in 1967 by Thompson/Center Arms, and this frame was manufactured in 1982. The frame of this gun has an engraved cougar scene on both sides. Has rear rubber padded grips and non-checkered forend for round barrels. Three barrels included are 10” in .22 long rifle, 10” in .44 magnum and 10” in .32-20 Winchester. Bores are bright and shiny, gun shows in very good condition. All three have adjustable target sights, all barrels contain 99% blue, frame is in near new condition. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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134 - (C) LOT OF 2: NAZI MARKED BROWNING PISTOLS. Serial No. 0928C & 194676. Both are WaA140 accepted pistols December 1941 to July 1944. One is a C Suffix. Both have all matching numbers, have blued finish, checkered walnut grips, caliber 7.65. The first pistol has all matching numbers and retains approximately 90% original war-time finish. Has scarce lanyard loop on left grip frame. Numerous Nazi inspector marks on frame and slide. Fine bore and action. The second gun, serial No. 0928 with a C suffix, is a mixed blue and brown patina with worn grips. Fine bore and action. Excellent pair of Nazi marked mid-war Browning pistols 600.00 - 1,200.00

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135 - (C) LOT OF 2: BROWNING MODEL 1922 PISTOLS. Serial No. 9444C & 47892. Both have the “FN” logo grips. The C Suffix is an inspectors stamp of a policeman with a hat and circle beneath the serial. Also has “H” stamp and eagles. Both have 75% 80% blue finish and have all matching numbers. 47892 has a matching magazine. Comes with a extra magazine. 47892 has a Dutch variation by RIJKS VELDWACHT. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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136 - (C) CUSTOM ENGRAVED S&W M&P PRE-MODEL 10 REVOLVER. Serial No. S983062. 6” barrel in .38 Special caliber. According to the serial number, this is a post-war M&P manufactured 1945 to 1947. It has a custom round butt and the diamond checkered walnut magna grips not numbered to this gun have been altered to match the grip frame style/contour. This gun was custom engraved on frame, cylinder, and backstrap in a beautifully executed scroll pattern with punch dot background. Factory legends are perfect. Gun does not appear to have been fired since engraving. Retains 99% of the nickel plated finish with light drag line. Strong case colors on hammer and trigger. Fine action and bore. Grips are very good with dings. This beautiful revolver would benefit greatly from a pair of round butt pearls, but is still extremely handsome. The engraving was definitely done by someone in the master class. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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137 - (C) RARE LUGER MODEL 1902 CARBINE. Serial No. 21663. 11-3/4â&#x20AC;? barrel in 7.65mm caliber. Approximately 2,500 of these were manufactured by DWM for commercial sales in Germany and elsewhere in 1902. The sporting carbines were intended as a light rifle substitute and came with the detachable contoured stock. The majority of these were imported into the U.S. but none have ever been found with the German import stamp. The serial number on this carbine falls precisely between the accepted number (21200-22100). Features the DWM scroll on front link. Has the scalloped toggle, grip safety, blued finish, checkered walnut grip panels, long range rear sight, ramp front sight, checkered walnut buttstock and forend with matching number (X84), and black composite buttplate. The forearm and buttstock have sling swivels. Beautiful straw colors on trigger, extractor, safety, and other small parts. Pistol retains 98% of the original factory blue finish. The wood bottom magazine is etched X84 to match stock and forend. About the only flaw is some minor chipping at the toe of the composite buttplate and a few minor impressions on stock. Otherwise wood is near mint as well. Fine bore and action. All original, every number matches. This carbine has the flaming bomb in the well. A beautiful, rare, early turn of the century 1902 Luger carbine in nearly un-improvable condition. Comes displayed in a red lined walnut box. 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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138 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 2507805. .32 Winchester Special caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1962. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut short wood forend, and walnut buttstock with checkered steel plate. This rifle has seen very little use, aside from some very minor high edge frame wear, it retains approximately 98% original factory blue with some light thinning on rear barrel band. Walnut stocks are near mint, proud to metal, with short forend wood, and only minor impressions. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

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139 - (M+C) LOT OF 2: SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 06672PX152 & 332168. The first gun is a Lefever side by side 20 bore shotgun with 28” barrels, vent rib, single bead, and auto-ejectors. Serial No. 332168. Left barrel is choked full, right barrel improved. Barrels are rusted under forearm and a mix of blue-brown-grey patina. Clean bores. Lock-up is tight. Checkered pistol grip walnut stock with ill-fitting buttpad. Double triggers. The second gun is a Browning pump shotgun 12 bore with 3” chamber. Serial No. 06672PY152. Has 26” barrel with blued finish, vent rib, single bead, top safety, high gloss checkered walnut stock, gold trigger, red waffle buttpad. Made in Japan. 90% original finish remains. Various wear and hunting dings. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 140 140 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 600 MONTANA COMM. RIFLE. Serial No. MC0665. 18-1/2” barrel in 6mm Remington caliber. In 1964, Remington produced a very limited number (1,020) of the newly introduced Model 600 bolt action rifle to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Montana statehood and the 100th anniversary of the founding of Montana. This special edition has an 1864 to 1964 medallion set into the right side of the stock. The left side of the frame is stamped “Montana Territorial Centennial 1864 - 1964 75th Anniversary of Statehood”. All other features are as those found on standard rifles to include the vent rib (nylon somewhat wavy), sporting sights, blued finish, with press checkered walnut stock and serrated Remington buttplate. The bolt is finished in the white. Barrel and frame retain virtually all of the original factory blue finish. Walnut stock is excellent with a few of the usual found dings and impressions. It is obvious that this rifle has been used but remains in excellent original condition with a fine bore and action. 500.00 - 700.00

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141 - (M) BOXED MARLIN MODEL 9 CAMP CARBINE. Serial No. 11577574. Marlin Model 9 Camp Carbine semi-auto rifle chambered in 9mm. Rifle has a 16” barrel and comes with one factory Marlin four round magazine, original box, and owners manual. LOP is 14” back to the factory red rubber Marlin butt pad. Rifle has an overall length of 35-1/2”. Gun looks to be in new and unfired condition however the stock has a fine crack on top of the pistol grip (easily repaired). These carbines were manufactured 1985 to 1999. The 9mm carbine is scarcer than the .45 version. 500.00 - 750.00

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142 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 49588. 24” barrel in .30-03 caliber. Manufactured 1904. This is a standard Winchester Model 1895 lever action rifle with blued finish, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. Forend has the black ebony insert. Rear sight is a Model 1886 folding ladder sporting sight. Rifle retains approximately 90% of the reapplied blue finish with sharp legends. Stocks are very good to excellent with some minor chipping at rear top tang, some added finish (having been refinished at one time), and shy at lower tang. Strong clean bore. Fine action. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 143 143 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 55 T.D. LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 10810. .30 WCF with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1929. Standard takedown Model Winchester 95 features full round barrel, ramp front sight, Winchester flat top sporting rear sight, takedown, blued finish, walnut stocks, fluted comb, and serrated steel shotgun buttplate. Barrel is a nice even mix of blue-grey patina with sharp legends. Takedown assembly and forend tip retain approximately 70% original blue. Original finish on frame has turned a soft grey patina with flashes of blue in recesses. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or major chips. Fine action. Strong bore. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 144 144 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 531491. .32 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1899. Standard features include 24” full round barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, and rifle butt. All metal surfaces on this rifle are a spotted brown-grey unclean patina. Front sight is a homemade replacement. Rear sight is missing. Not working. Stock is ill-fitting. Gun needs some attention. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 145 145 - (C) ROCK ISLAND U.S. MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 43840. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle started life in 1909 as a standard 03. It was rebarreled and sports an AV 12-18 barrel (field replacement). Has World War II stock but no stock bolts. Also has the pressed steel trigger guard, World War II rear sight, bent bolt, and safety. Wood is excellent with no cracks and has the “RA-P” rebuild marks. TE reading of ‘2’ and an ME reading of ‘1’. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. Typical World War II rebuild. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 146

146 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 700 CLASSIC SERIES B.A. RIFLE. Serial No. B6713962. 22” barrel in .350 Remington Magnum caliber. The limited edition classic series Model 700 was introduced in 1981. A new caliber was produced for each year and was only offered for one season. The .350 was only manufactured in 1985 in limited numbers. It features a blued finish with jeweled bolt, classic style checkered walnut stock with sling eyes and solid rubber pad. Both front and rear sights have been removed. Rifle now sports scope bases. Otherwise, this rifle has seen little use and remains in near new condition overall. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 147 147 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 75 BOLT ACTION TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 8497. 28” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1940 during the third year of production. It was an extremely popular and accurate target rifle. Features the blued finish, bolt action, magazine fed, adjustable target globe front sight, scope blocks, and Lyman adjustable receiver sight. Stock is made of American walnut without checkering. Sports a checkered steel buttplate and sling swivels with front sling adjustment rail. The barrel and frame retain approximately 98% original factory blue with some age spotting on barrel retaining band. The trigger guard and floorplate are a blue-brown patina. Rifle has an original Winchester stamped magazine. Walnut stocks are excellent with a few minor impressions. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 148 148 - (C) U.S. MODEL 1917 EDDYSTONE RIFLE. Serial No. 12840. 26” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Standard blued World War I issue, this rifle has been rebuilt using various parts. It has the Eddystone stock, sight, and safety; with Winchester January 1918 barrel and bolt. Frame and barrel retain approximately 90% of the reapplied arsenal matte blue. Stock is excellent. Very clean bore. Perfect action. Typical war era rebuild. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 149

149 - (C) LOT OF 2: MARLIN AND EDDYSTONE HUNTING RIFLES. Serial No. D8528 & 316441. Gun A) Marlin Model 36-A; caliber .30-30 Winchester, barrel length 20 inches, blued finish, walnut stocks. Hooded front sight, rear leaf sight. Slight pitting and muzzle wear. Stocks have minor dings and finish is flaking. Fine bore and action. Gun B) Sporterized model 1917 Eddystone, caliber .30-06, barrel length 19 inches. No sights, includes Redfield scope base. Barrel and receiver have been reblued, muzzle shows wear. Stock has crack from rear trigger guard screw to top comb. Letters “DDS” engraved in hinged magazine floorplate. Whiteline butt pad is cracking. Fine bore and action. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 150

150 - (C) U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE S. A. RIFLE BY SAGINAW. Serial No. 5843381. 18” barrel, .30 caliber. Contractor: Saginaw, barrel stamped “SAGINAW S.G. DIV/GENERAL MOTORS”, front sight stamped “N”, front barrel band with lug is stamped with “D” in a diamond. Type C rear sight stamped “I.R.CO./7160060”, Type B 2-rivet hand guard. Type C rear sight, right side of low wood stock unmarked, some shaved areas modified, “180” painted in yellow on right side of buttstock. Some surfaces with original phosphate finish, some refinished. Stock are very good, bore shiny and excellent. Scattered marks from use and 80% finish overall. Complete with modern canvas sling, four 30 round banana magazines and one 15 round magazine. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 151

151 - (A) COLT LIGHTNING PUMP ACTION RIFLE (.22). Serial No. 33958. 24” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Manufactured 1898. Features full octagon barrel, half mag, blued finish, walnut stocks, Colt logo black composite buttplate. Sights consist of simple wind drift front and rear. Legends are sharp. Forend is very good with no cracks or breaks, but the decorative incisions are weak. Stock is excellent with no cracks but was refinished at one time and is slightly shy to metal. All metal surfaces are a smooth soft brown patina. Fine action. Strong rifling with usual abrasion. Decent little Lightning. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 152 152 - (C) MARLIN MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. D1723. .25-20 caliber with a 24” barrel. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. Barrel exhibits sharp edges and legends. Has Rocky Mountain blade front sight and sporting rear. Barrel is a mix of blue-brown patina. Loading tube is gun metal grey with brown aging. Case colored frame shows some pattern but is basically brown-grey patina. Stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal, no cracks. Appears as if the finish has been partially removed. Strong bore. Fine action. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 153 153 - (C) SWEDISH MODEL 1896 MAUSER RIFLE. Serial No. 151446. 6.5x55mm with a 29” barrel. This rifle was manufactured by Carl Gustafs, dated 1904. Matching numbers on rear sight, rear sight base, bolt release, safety, bolt, floorplate, rear barrel band, front barrel band, and buttplate. Import marked under barrel. No number on stock. Wood appears unfinished and is in near mint condition with no cracks. Has brass disc and acceptance marks on wrist. Several crown stamps. Barrel and receiver retain approximately 90% original blue. Fire blue on sight base and bolt release. 50% finish on barrel bands. Excellent bore and action. One of the finest Mausers ever made. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 154

154 - (C) PERSIAN MODEL 98/29 LONG RIFLE. Serial No. C02854. 7.92x57mm with a 29” barrel. Manufactured by BRNO for the Persian/Iran government. This rifle is in near new condition and comes with the original test target and hang tag numbered to gun. Rifle appears to be in unfired condition with 99% blue finish and near mint stock. Bolt numbered to gun. Persian crest on chamber. Sanskrit writing on frame and rear sight. Comes with a mint bayonet and scabbard. No visible import marks. Bayonet is in mint condition with matching serial number. Scabbard is near mint. Perfect bore and action. Literally almost a brand new Persian Mauser. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 155 155 - (C) VENEZUELAN FN MAUSER MODEL 24/30 SHORT RIFLE. Serial No. 26785. 7x57mm with a 23.19” barrel. Purchased by Venezuela in the mid-1930’s, it is fitted with a pistol grip without grasping grooves. Extra long upper handguard, sling swivels, H-style bayonet lug. Frame is finished in the white with royal crest. Matching numbers on frame, stock, and bolt. No visible import marks. Barrel and barrel bands retain approximately 98% original blue finish. Floorplate retains 97% original blue finish. Wood stock is near mint. Near perfect bore and action. Rifle appears to be in near new condition as issued. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 156 156 - (C) VENEZUELAN FN MAUSER MODEL 24/30 SHORT RIFLE. Serial No. 28613. 7x57mm with a 23.19” barrel. Purchased by Venezuela in the mid-1930’s, it is fitted with a pistol grip without grasping grooves. Extra long upper handguard, sling swivels, H-style bayonet lug. Frame is finished in the white with royal crest. Matching numbers on frame, stock, and bolt. No visible import marks. Barrel and barrel bands retain approximately 98% original blue finish. Floorplate retains 97% original blue finish. Wood stock is near mint. Near perfect bore and action. Rifle appears to be in near new condition as issued. 500.00 - 1,000.00 58

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LOT - 157 157 - (C) BRAZILIAN MODEL 1908 MAUSER RIFLE. Serial No. 1594. 7x57mm with a 29.25” barrel. These rifles were produced by DWM and purchased by Brazil between 1908 and 1914. Has the pistol grip with no grasping grooves, sling swivels, H bayonet lug, and Brazilian royal crest “Mod 1908” on bridge. Frame is finished in the white. Fire blue bolt release. 98% original blue on barrel. Barrel bands are a blue-brown mix. Matching numbers on frame, floorplate, and trigger guard. Bolt No. 5520. Stock has numerous inspector stamps including right side of stock. Stock is numbered to gun. Near mint bore and action. This rifle has seen little to no use. Small import stamp on right side of barrel. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 158 158 - (C) ARGENTINE MODEL 1909 MAUSER CAVALRY CARBINE. Serial No. B1157. 7.65x53mm with a 21-1/2” barrel. Equipped with full Mannlicher style straight wrist stock, forend cap with sight ears. Matching numbers on frame, stock, bolt, and trigger guard. Barrel retains approximately 98% factory blue. Barrel bands retain approximately 80% blue. Frame is finished in the white with royal crest. Left side of stock and barrel band have sling swivels. Stock is stamped with numerous proof marks. Small import marks on right side of rear frame. Argentine crest still visible on right side of stock. Beautiful high condition cavalry carbine with fine bore and action. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 159

159 - (C) ARGENTINE MODEL 1909 MAUSER RIFLE. Serial No. N4680. 7.65x53mm with a 29.13” barrel. This rifle replaced the 1891 rifle. Has a tangent rear sight. Royal crest on bridge. This rifle appears to have never seen combat. Near new, unissued condition. No visible import marks. Matching numbers on frame, stock, trigger guard, bolt, and ramrod. Comes with a near mint bayonet and scabbard with leather frog. Stock has all proper cartouche stamps. Near new inside and out. As nice as they come. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 160

160 - (C) PAIR OF JAPANESE ARISAKA RIFLES. Serial No. 3024 & 49859. Both rifles are Type 99s in 7.7mm caliber and with 25-1/2” barrels. Both are missing the cleaning rods but still retain the royal mum. Neither has the aircraft sights. Both have pistol grip two piece walnut stocks with handguards and metal buttplates. Metal parts have the military phosphate blue finish. Fine working order and excellent bores. Both have the cylindrical shaped bolt handle knob with the plum bolts. All metal is basically brown patina. Wood has lots of small dings. One has a period canvas sling. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 161

161 - FAUX MG34 RIFLE & CUT ORIGINAL RECEIVER. Serial No. 2582. The receiver of this rifle is a cast aluminum replica of the original torch cut receiver included in this lot. The original MG34 barrel measures 24-1/2” with mounted bipod. The grip, trigger group and butt stock are from an original MG34. The included true steel receiver has been cut into four pieces by a cutting torch and is not complete. This lot would make a great mantle and conversational piece. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 162

162 - (C) BELGIUM BROWNING .22 S.A. RIFLE. Serial No. T35571. 19” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This standard rifle was manufactured in Belgium in 1958. The rear sight has been removed and Williams adjustable base installed with a quality Carl Zeiss Zielklein scope. Optics are line and post and are perfect. This is a takedown rifle with blued finish and pistol grip checkered walnut stock and forend. Gun is in excellent condition, all original, with 95% blue. Excellent stock. Fine bore and action. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 163 163 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1910 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 76. 20” barrel in .401 Winchester caliber. This rifle was manufactured in the first year of production in 1910. Manufactured from 1910 to 1936 with a total production of 20,787. Features 20” full round barrel, detachable box magazine, under-barrel plunger, plain pistol grip walnut stock with the Winchester black composite buttplate, blued finish, and sporting sights. This rifle comes with one original .401 magazine. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue starting to patina with razor sharp legends. Frame retains approximately 20% original factory blue with the balance patina. Stocks are very good, proud to metal, with some minor finish loss. There is a small hairline crack at wrist and an extra hole from a tang sight (not present). Perfect action. Strong, clean, shiny bore. This was the largest caliber semi-automatic rifle manufactured at the time. It became very popular with police units and prison guards. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 164 164 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1905 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 15790. 22” barrel in .32 Winchester Self-Loading caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1906, second year production. Offered from 1905 to 1923 with a total production of 31,467. This is a sporting rifle with the straight walnut grip that was only offered until 1908. Features include Winchester black composite buttplate, magazine fed, full round barrel, sporting sights, blued finish, with push rod charger. Comes with one original unmarked magazine. Gun remains in beautiful all original condition. The barrel, frame, and forend cap retain approximately 95% original factory blue. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Strong clean bore. Fine action. An extremely fine example of this popular early 20th century semi-automatic rifle. 600.00 - 800.00 60

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LOT - 165

165 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 63 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 129648. 23” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Manufactured 1950. This is a standard model semi-automatic takedown rifle with blued finish, sporting sights, pistol grip walnut stock, and checkered steel buttplate. Barrel has some storage scratches on left and right sides with high edge muzzle wear; retaining 98% original factory blue. Frame retains 99% original factory blue. Stocks are near mint. Strong shiny bore. Perfect action. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 166 166 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1878593. .30 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1952. Standard early post-war carbine. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut short wood forend, and walnut buttstock with checkered steel plate. The barrel, tube, and bands retain approximately 97% original factory blue finish. Frame retains nearly all of its original blue finish with the exception of carry wear at base and some moderate age freckling, approximately 95% blue. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. Extremely handsome lightly used Pre-64 Carbine. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 167 167 - (C) HIGH COND. PRE-64 WINCHESTER 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1740351. .32 Winchester Special with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1951. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut long wood forend, and walnut buttstock with checkered steel plate. The barrel and tube retain nearly all of the original factory blue finish. Bands retains approximately 95% blue. Frame retains approximately 85% original blue with carry wear at base and high edge wear. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 168

168 - (C) HIGH COND. PRE-64 WINCHESTER 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1271437. .30 WCF with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1941. Offered is the last of the pre-war Winchester Model 1894 carbines. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut long wood forend, and walnut buttstock with checkered steel plate. The barrel and tube retain approximately 90% original factory blue finish with some minor scuffs on top of barrel and muzzle wear. Bands retain approximately 70% blue. Frame retains approximately 90% original blue with light high edge wear. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. 600.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 169

169 - (C) U.S. ROCK ISLAND MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 191087. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This Rock Island U.S. Model 1903 was originally built in 1910. The receiver was used on a typical World War II rebuild. Barrel is stamped “RIA” and dated 4-11 with Ordnance bomb. Has a re-worked rear sight, swept-back bolt, parkerized finish, World War II era straight stock with “F.J.A.” cartouche on left side (Frank Atwood), World War I smooth buttplate, World War II replacement forearm. Wood has a couple of hairlines cracks at the rear wrist. Has all milled parts. Receiver does have some age spots. Pronounced rifling with a TE reading of 2 and ME reading of 2+. Rifle also comes with a period correct sling with brass frogs. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 170 170 - (C) LOT OF 2: .22 CALIBER RIFLES. Serial No. NSN & 694555. The first gun is a Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle in .22 short rimfire caliber. Serial No. 694555. 24” barrel. Manufactured 1926. All metal surfaces retain 98% of the expertly reapplied finish. Original walnut stocks have not been re-done, they have some minor dings but are excellent with no cracks. Perfect action. Very good bore. The second gun is a Mossberg Model 142A bolt action rifle in .22 rimfire caliber with an 18” barrel. No serial number. This is a military style .22 caliber bolt action rifle with fold-down forearm, walnut stock, blued finish, and magazine fed. Comes with sling and Mossberg 4x scope with perfect optics. Stock is excellent with usual dings. Barrel and frame are thinning blue with some patina bare metal showing through. Perfect action. Strong clean bore. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 171 171 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 527195. 26” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1910. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, sporting sights, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. The barrel and frame are basically a soft brown-grey patina with sharp legends. Tube is a mix of blue and grey patina. Walnut stocks are slightly shy to metal with no cracks, but small chips on both sides of wrist at upper tang. Top of barrel is stamped “101” which may refer to the famous 101 Ranch. Stock is shy at toe. Fine action. Very good strong rifling. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 172

172 - (C) NATIONAL POSTAL METER M1 CARBINE S.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 1510456. Manufactured in 1943. 18” barrel, .30 carbine caliber. Barrel stamped “ROCK-OLA F”, front sight stamped “J-O”, front barrel band with lug is stamped with “D” in a diamond. Type D rear sight stamped “J.A.O. 7160060”. Type D 4-rivet hand guard. Flat bolt. Right side of low wood M2 stock unmarked. Some surfaces with original phosphate finish, some refinished. Stock is very good, bore shiny and excellent. Scattered marks from use and 80-90% finish overall. Complete with “AVERY 1943” mag pouch and one 15 round magazine. 600.00 - 900.00 62

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LOT - 173

173 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 XTR .375 RIFLE. Serial No. BB034909. 20” barrel in .375 Winchester caliber. The Model 94 big bore was introduced in 1983 and manufactured until 1989. It is standard in all respects and features full round barrel, full magazine, sporting rear sight, hooded front sight, two barrel bands, blued finish, oil finished checkered walnut stocks, and solid red rubber recoil pad. This rifle shows in as new condition with no visible use. Stocks are near mint to mint. Perfect bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 174 174 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 62A PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 120863. 23” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Manufactured in 1941. This standard Winchester was manufactured just prior to the war and is standard in all respects with blued finish, walnut stock, grooved forearm, and Winchester composite buttplate. There is some minor finish flaking on the slide bar retainer on left side of frame, otherwise gun remains in near mint condition with a couple of minor age freckles on right side of frame. 99% blue on barrel and tube. Stocks are excellent to near mint and proud to metal. Fine bore and action. A lovely, well cared-for, and lightly used Model 62A. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 175

175 - (M) RUGER NO. 1 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 133-63397. 26” barrel in .220 Swift caliber. Features blued finish, single shot, drop block, no factory sights, checkered pistol grip walnut stocks with black rubber buttplate, and sports a Simmons 20x scope. Scope has standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Rifle shows very little use and remains in near new condition inside and out. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 176

176 - (M) RUGER NO. 1 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 134-00954. 22” barrel in .45-70 caliber. Blue finish, walnut stocks, checkered pistol grip, rubber buttpad, sporting front and rear sights. Sports a Simmons White Tail Classic 6.5x20 scope with standard crosshairs. Rifle shows in near new condition inside and out. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 177

177 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 183200. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Manufactured in 1951. It is a standard grade rifle. The bolt has matching etched serial number at base. Rifle sports Weaver mounts and what appears to be a Weaver scope with standard crosshairs and clear optics. Rear sight has been removed. Features blued finish, ramp front sight with hood, checkered steel buttplate, checkered pistol grip walnut stock. Barrel has approximately 75-80% thinning blue finish. Frame has high edge wear. Floorplate and trigger guard have 30% blue. Stock is very good to excellent with usual dings and no cracks. Has a 1/2” compass set into comb. Strong rifling. Good action. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 178

178 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER 9422 XTR LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. F362527. 20” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. These rifles were introduced in 1972. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stock, and composite buttplate. Rifle shows in near new condition inside and out. Comes in a proper era box with end label. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 179 179 - (C) U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE S.A. RIFLE BY INLAND. Serial No. 611827. 18” barrel in .30 carbine caliber. Re-blued. Inland barrel dated 8-43, Inland receiver, front sight stamped “RIA”, front barrel band with bayonet lug, stamped “KI”, Type D 4-rivet handguard. Type C rear sight stamped “H” in shield. Right side of stock stamped with W.R.A./G.H.D. and crossed cannon ordnance wheel. Completely re-blued with flat bolt chromed, stock refinished. Excellent condition as redone, used blued 15 round magazine with some areas of rust, excellent bore. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 180 180 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING SAFARI BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 3L10322. 22-1/2” barrel in .243 Winchester caliber. Introduced in 1959 as the FN and Sako high power rifle series with the Mauser action. L Series introduced after 1969. Features ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, blue finish, high gloss checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, sling eyes and browning logo composite buttplate. The floor plate and trigger guard have gold line insets. Rifle sports the steel base and rings but no scope. 98% original factory blue finish. 99% on trigger guard. Wood has a couple of minor dings. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00 64

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LOT - 181 181 - (C) NAZI MARKED MAUSER MODEL 98K CARBINE. Serial No. 749. 24” barrel in 7.92x57mm caliber. Standard arm of Germany in World War II. “ce” code on chamber (Sauer & Sohn) and “43” year code on rear bridge. Laminated stock is excellent with no stamps and missing buttplate. Metal is a blue-grey patina. Matching numbers on floor plate, trigger guard, frame, and nose cap. “3219” on bolt and safety. Nazi eagle on barrel and frame. Very good bore and action. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 182

182 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 877028. .32-40 WCF caliber with a 26” barrel. Manufactured 1920. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, blued finish, original sporting sights, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. The barrel and tube retain approximately 75% original blue starting to blend with soft patina. Nose cap and frame are a soft chocolate brown patina. Wood is very good to excellent but is slightly shy to metal, has been refinished, but is not cracked. Strong bore and perfect action. There is a dent in the magazine tube forward of the front barrel band. 600.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 183 183 - (C) U.S. KRAG MODEL 1898 RIFLE. Serial No. 242816. 30” barrel in .30-40 Krag caliber. Standard Model 1898 U.S. rifle with upgraded 1902 rear sight. All legends are sharp. All metal is a soft patina. Handguard is excellent with no cracks. Stock is excellent with perfect “J.S.A. 1899” cartouche. Fine action. Excellent bore. Comes with an 1898 dated Krag bayonet but no scabbard. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 184

184 - (C) EXHIBITION GRADE ENGRAVED MARLIN 1895 RIFLE. Serial No. 338235. 24” barrel in .45-70 caliber. Offered is an engraved Marlin Model 1895 lever action rifle that has no peers. According to the book on Marlin firearms by William Brophy, the engraving pattern and style on this rifle is the work of Conrad Ulrich Jr. Ulrich established all of the Marlin engraving patterns from 1881 to 1910. Unfortunately, the engravers working at Marlin never signed their work and factory shipping records do not indicate engraved guns, so it is left up to the study of the patterns and style of work to determine the engravers. The Ulrich style included intricate scrolls using a stippled background along with game figures, usually outlined in vignettes. This rifle was assembled in 1906. According to Brophy the engraving pattern on this gun is a grade No. 5 - fourth variation that was introduced in 1900. It features the standard scroll and stippled pattern. The left side of the frame is carved in relief with gold borders and entitled “Monarch of the Dell” and features a bold standing elk. The right side features a charging bear. Even the leaves and grass stand out in bold relief. In addition, this engraving pattern features gold borders and inlays around the frame, panels and on the lever, hammer, breech of barrel, nose cap and buttplate. The deluxe carved pistol grip walnut stock is carved in the No. 10 checkering pattern that can be found on page 519 of Brophy’s book. The engraving pattern can be found on page 532. Basic elements of this rifle are special order 24” half octagon barrel, full magazine, takedown, standard sporting front sight, rear sight has a filler blank, the frame sports the Marlin June 30, 1903 Hepburn frame mounted peep sight (to accomplish this the Marlin safety was moved forward on the frame to allow the sight to be installed without covering up the slogan). Barrel and magazine are blued, as is the forend cap. Tang is stamped “Model 1895”. Breech is stamped “.45-70” and bordered in gold. Left side of the barrel is stamped “Special Smokeless Steel”. Barrel flat is stamped with the company address. Every marking as well as edges are razor sharp. the takedown ring, frame, hammer, and lever are beautifully colored case hardened. The No. 10 engraving on stock (or carving) is a specially checkered grape leaf design; the wood is extra select English walnut which was available from 1891 to 1915 at a cost of $18; this was the fanciest form of woodwork available at the time. This new checkering style, the only one listed by number was extremely ornate and recommended for use with the high art engraving patterns that had gold and platinum inlays, and special game scenes. Given the engraving on this gun, this wood pattern would be expected. As to its current condition, the barrel and tube retains approximately 99% of the beautiful rust blue with nary a flaw. The takedown lever is gun metal grey. Balance of case colored parts retains virtually all of the brilliant colors. Stocks are near mint with sharp checkering. Buttplate retains virtually all of the case colors. Varnish present. Near mint bore. Perfect action. This exquisite rifle literally appears to be in as new condition inside and out. The question now rises, could this be all original and survive in this condition? We offer these observations: the magazine hanger is in the white and has brown patina. Edge of the muzzle has wear with some minor blue thinning. The flat muzzle itself has toning, some brown spots. The knurling on the takedown button has light wear. There is one 1/16” spot on forend cap of minor rust and a couple of age spots on left side. The face of the takedown lever has case colors, but the rest of the lever is basically gun metal grey with some flaws. The engraving is flawless, as is the gold inlays; no signs of any tracing. Checkering on wood is perfect. The finish on stock has areas of surface scratching and spots of dullness where varnish has thinned. Varnish streaking on buttplate with alternate areas of varnish loss. The lower buttplate screw does have a marr. Lever screw has a very slight marr. All other screws appear to be unaffected. Wood to metal fit is flawless. Loading gate does show a little thinness at forward portion. You can see varnish loss on lever and some very minor age spotting on bottom of frame. Every factory stamp and cut is sharp. Left side of barrel shows some age freckling; does not have blue in the freckling. There is some thinness where the octagon turns round on the high edges. In conclusion, we have tried to be as detailed as possible. We are always cautious on any rifle of this level but the rifle is absolutely stunning in every aspect. Factory research on this gun, while does not indicate engraving, does list all other options such as 24” half octagon barrel pistol grip stock, takedown, and shipped June 2nd, 1906 in .45-70 caliber. 15,000.00 - 30,000.00

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LOT - 185

185 - (C) ITHACA SXS 20 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 198154. 24” barrels in 20 bore. Blued barrels with 85% original finish, no visible dents, with high edge wear at breech and muzzle. Full matted rib, single bead, smokeless powder, proofed, mirror bores, and all matching numbers. Manual ejector. Box locked frame is basically grey patina, double set triggers. Checkered splinter walnut forend. Checked round knob pistol grip walnut stock with black composite buttplate. Stock is excellent no chips. 14” LOP to front trigger. Fine early 20 bore double and solid shootable condition. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 186 186 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 SOLID FRAME RIOT GUN. Serial No. E825630. 18-1/2” barrel in 12 bore. Manufactured 1931. The solid frame Winchester model 1897 cylinder bore and stamped riot guns were built to lower the price of a Takedown Model. Most police departments, prisons, and others that did not need to break down the shotgun for carry opted for the solid frame. This shotgun barrel measures 18-1/2” presently and an extension sleeve has been added to ass 1-3/4” of length to the shotgun, which indicates that at one this barrel measured 16”. Features blued finish, full magazine, walnut grooved forend, with walnut pistol grip stock, and black composite buttplate. The buttplate was replaced at one time and is not Winchester marked. Wood was refinished. there is a 2” repaired cracks at wrist. Frame retains 60-70% original blue with balance turning soft patina and high edge wear. Tube retains most of the blue mixing with brown patina forward of forearm with 50% aft. Arm is stamped “Model 97”. Barrel retains approximately 70% blue mixing with soft brown patina. Bore is excellent. Bead sight is missing from front. Breech of barrel stamped “CYL”. Action is perfect. There is a chip at lower wrist. Stock was shortened with new pad added. 12” LOP. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 187

187 - (C) LOT OF 2: SXS SHOTGUNS. Serial No. NSN & 451178. The first gun is a J.C. Higgins Model 1017 20 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, 28” blued barrels, full rib, single bead, mirror bores, left barrel choked full, right barrel improved, manual ejectors, case colored box lock frame, pistol grip hardwood stock, rubber recoil pad, and double triggers. Tight as new lock-up. Wood is excellent with a few usual dings. 85% case colors on frame and 90% blue on barrels. Perfect working order. Forestock needs longer bolt. The second gun is an Ithaca 12 bore with 30” blued barrels, smokeless steel, manual ejector, full matted rib, single bead, excellent bores, left barrel choked improved, right barrel modified, case colored box lock action with cocking indicators, and double triggers. Serial No. 451178. All matching numbers. Checkered splinter forend. Checkered pistol grip walnut stock with composite buttplate. Wood is excellent with no cracks. Frame retains 40% brilliant case colors. Barrels are brown-grey patina with lots of spotting. Forearm is a tad loose. Excellent shotgun to use. Would greatly benefit with rust reblue of barrels. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 188 188 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 31 TC TRAP SHOTGUN. Serial No. 69466. 30” barrel in 12 bore with a 2-3/4” chamber, full choke, and 15-1/4” LOP from trigger to pad. Features full vent rib, twin bead sights, blued finish, deluxe checkered high gloss stocks with contrasting diamond grip cap and a Morgan adjustable recoil pad. The Model 31 was offered from 1931 to 1949. This is the deluxe model. Barrel retains approximately 80% original blue, thinning at breech with muzzle wear. Frame retains approximately 75-80% high polished blue finish with high edge wear and some storage wear. Stocks are excellent to near mint with beautiful grain and great checkering. Frame not original to this gun in our opinion. Fine bore and perfect action. Great high quality early trap gun. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 189

189 - (C) LOT OF 2: DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS. Serial No. NSN & 553095. The first shotgun in this lot is a Fox Model B 12 bore boxlock shotgun by Savage. 28” barrels, vent rib, twin beads, extractors, double triggers, automatic safety. 2-3/4”chambers, casehardened action, plain checkered walnut stocks, pistol grip, improved modified chokes. Fair condition, light surface rust on all metal surfaces, scattered marks from use. Shiny bores. Stocks good with scattered marks and some nicks. Includes a tan canvas case for shotgun with section for barrel and section for stock and action, leather fittings. Good condition with some leather straps broken and some minor staining. The second shotgun is an L.C. Smith Field Grade 12 bore side lock shotgun, serial No. 553095. 2-1/2” chambers, 30” blued barrels with solid matte rib and single brass bead, casehardened action, trigger guard, lever, and safety. Double triggers, extractors, automatic safety. Left barrel improved modified choke, right barrel modified choke. Checkered walnut stock with leather buttstock cover, missing butt plate. LOP 13-1/8” to the end of butt from front trigger. Good condition. Barrels retain 20-30% blue, otherwise brown patina with some spotting and rust. Action retains 80% case colors with some areas of spotting; stock with losses to finish from leather and missing butt plate, scattered marks from use, bores good but need cleaned. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 190

190 - (M) UZUMLU TS870 OVER & UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 69332. 12 bore, 28” over and under blued steel barrels with vented rib and Turkish maker’s marks near breech. Brushed chrome boxlock action engraved duck scene with panels on both sides, with scattered scrolls elsewhere. Chambered for 2-3/4” shells, barrels have modified choke patterns. Varnished walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and forend, panels surrounded by relief-carved scrolls, left side of buttstock extensively carved with large panel on cheek piece with bird’s head surrounded by scrolls and a duck scene behind cheek piece. Black hard rubber maker’s butt plate and sling swivels. Blued trigger guard, double triggers, extractors, non-automatic safety. LOP is 13-3/4” from front trigger to end of buttstock. Excellent condition, showing little to no use, bright bores, action very tight. 400.00 - 600.00 68

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LOT - 191 191 - (M) TRADEWINDS DOUBLE BOXLOCK 10G SHOTGUN. Serial No. 163072. 10 bore, 32” blued steel barrels, 3-1/2” chambers with solid matte rib and twin beads. Right barrel marked with model (S-1032) and other barrel with specs and “MADE IN SPAIN”. Brushed steel box lock action with Greener cross bolt, double triggers, extractors and an automatic safety. Action engraved with stamped scrolls and pattern borders. Blued lever, safety, and trigger guard. Plain walnut pistol grip buttstock with red rubber butt pad, checkered grip. Checkered beaver tail forend with Anson release. LOP from front trigger to butt pad is 13-1/2” and 14-1/4” to end of butt pad. Excellent condition, shows little use, mint bores, a few light storage marks. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 192

192 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER FIREARMS. Serial No. NSN & 139773. The first gun is a Winchester Model 74 butt-fed semi-automatic rifle chambered for the .22 LR rimfire. Barrel is 24”. This rifle was manufactured in 1946. The barrel and frame retains approximately 95% original factory blue, thinning at muzzle with a few age spots. The dark walnut one piece pistol grip stocks is not checkered and has a checkered steel buttplate and is in excellent condition with few dings. Trigger guard has 95% blue. Fine bore and action. The second gun is a Winchester Model 37 single shot top break shotgun in 20 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, listed as choke. Has a single trigger with auto ejector, blued finish, 28” barrel, and pistol grip walnut stock with Winchester composite buttplate. Stock is in excellent condition with usual dings. Clean bore. Tight action. 98% original factory blue. This shotgun was manufactured from 1936 to 1963. 400.00 - 700.00

LOT - 193

193 - (C) BROWNING TWELVETTE DOUBLE AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Serial No. A37209. Cal. 12 bore, Barrel length 27-1/2” Features: 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, vent rib, single bead, checkered walnut round knob stock with Pachmayr waffle pad. The double automatic was manufactured from 1957 to 1971. The letter A in the serial number stands for the aluminum receiver. The Twelvette is very similar to the light weight double auto, except it has the black frame with gold decorations. The barrel retains approximately 85% of the original factor blue, thinning at breech with some age spotting. Frame retains approximately 70% original finish but does have some spidering to the surface finish. Walnut stocks are excellent, no cracks, with light areas of finish loss from wear. Has a 15-1/4” LOP, fine bore and action. 400.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 194

194 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 870 28 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. S002668J. 27-1/4” barrel in 28 bore. Features blued finish, vent rib, twin beads, Lyman adjustable choke, walnut stock with pistol grip and pressed checkering, and a period red ventilated pad. Metal retains approximately 97% original factory blue with a couple of minor age spots. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, retaining most of the original finish with only a few minor marrs. Fine bore and action. Nice example of an all-purpose 28 bore. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 195

195 - (C) EARLY REMINGTON MODEL 870 WINGMASTER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 680778V. 30” barrel in 12 bore. Full choke and 2-3/4” chambers. This is an early example of what has become one of the most iconic slide action shotguns ever manufactured. Features full matted vent rib, twin bead sights, blued finish, early walnut serrated forend, non-checkered pistol grip walnut stock with Pachmayr red waffle pad. 13-3/4” LOP. This shotgun has been very lightly used, retaining 98% original finish. Wood has a few small storage marks. Fine bore and action. Included with this shotgun is a scope mounted 20 bore 18-1/2” barrel with 3” chamber, fully rifled bore. This item is still sealed and was priced $240, but will not fit this shotgun. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 196

196 - (C) U.S. MARKED REMINGTON MODEL 11 SHOTGUN. Serial No. 476110. 26” barrel in 12 bore with a 2-3/4” chamber, choked improved cylinder. These shotguns were manufactured for the U.S. government during the second World War and were often used to train new recruits the art of hitting a moving target. The basis for this shotgun was the Remington Model 11 Sportsman. The frame was finished with the parkerized matte military style. Left side of frame is stamped “U.S.” with Ordnance bomb. The barrel is blue with a single bead front sight, strong factory legends, and retains virtually all of its original finish. The frame has some light storage marks and some aging but still retains 95% of its original finish. Walnut forend is not checkered and is in excellent condition, but does have a 4” closed crack. Mirror bore. Perfect action. Excellent example of U.S. World War II military shotgun. 450.00 - 750.00

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LOT - 197

197 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 870 SC SKEET SHOTGUN. Serial No. 1178969X. 25-1/2” barrel in 20 bore with a 2-3/4” chamber, skeet choke. The Model 870 shotgun was one of the finest and most reliable shotguns ever produced. Introduced in 1955. The special SC skeet grade features deluxe wood with hand checkering. Other features include full vent rib, single white bead front sight, blued finish, and a Remington black composite buttplate. This shotgun is in beautiful condition, all original. Exhibits some slide and tube wear from working the action, and a few small storage marks. Still, it remains in near mint condition. A beautiful, lightweight 20 bore skeet gun. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 199

199 - (M) LOT OF 3: REMINGTON & ITHACA SHOTGUNS. Serial No. M151183V, T012643X,. The first gun in the lot is a Remington Model 1100 semi-automatic 12 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, 28” barrel, full length rib, single bead sight, walnut press checkered high gloss stocks. Serial No. M151183V. Pad needs replacing. 85% original blue with typical hunting scars on frame and a few marks on barrel. Fine bore and action, normal wear and handling marks. The second shotgun is a Remington Model 870 Wingmaster slide action 20 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, and 28” barrel. Serial No. T012643X. Ventilated rib and single bead front sight. 80% original factory blue with high edge and hunting wear. Fine bore and action. 5” area of light salt and pepper on right side of barrel with some light rust on rib. Stocks are excellent with an ill-fitting pad. The last gun in the lot is an Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight slide action, 20 bore, 2-3/4 chamber, modified choke, 28” barrel. Serial No. 674892-2. Red rubber pad. Fiber optic front sight. Duck scene engraved on left side of the receiver and a dog and pheasant scene on the right. Fine bore and action. Pistol grip checkered walnut stock in very good condition with usual bumps and bruises. Minor surface rust and handling marks. 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 200

200 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1893 & 1894 SHOTGUN/RIFLE. Serial No. 510661 & 11436. Two classics in one lot. The first gun is an 1893 slide action hammer shotgun which is fairly scarce on today’s market due to the fact that Winchester offered owners of the Model 1893 a free trade-in so many of the 1893s were turned in for the all new Model 1897. This has resulted in making the 1893 a truly scarce shotgun in any condition. This example has survived in its all original configuration. Serial No. 11436 manufactured in 1895. Features a 30” barrel in 12 bore with single bead sight, 2-3/4” chamber, full choke. Has a very clean, shiny bore. Barrel has no dents. The frame approximately 30% of the original high polish blue, but for the most part the barrel, tube, and frame are basically a grey-brown smooth patina. Action is slick as new. The grooved walnut forend is excellent and not cracked. Walnut stock has the early round knob, is proud to metal, and has no cracks or major chips, but the grain at butt is starting to open. Very presentable attic condition, unmessed with Model 1893. The second gun is this lot is a Classic Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine in .30-30 caliber. Serial No. 510661. Features a 20” barrel. The magazine has been shortened to button length and a ramp front sight has been added. Barrel has approximately 70% blue but does have freckling throughout. Has a single barrel band, sporting rear sight, saddle ring and stud, long walnut forend, and walnut buttstock. Forend is excellent and proud to metal. Frame is basically freckled brown patina. Buttstock is proud to metal with a chip at right wrist and rear tang screw replaced. The butt has been cut and a rubber recoil pad added during era of use, but is in excellent condition overall with no other cracks. Production is 1910 but the barrel is later and was replaced, which would explain the ramp front sight and sporting rear sight. Fine action. Strong bore with some minor abrasion. A pair of classic firearms. 500.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 201

201 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH GUN. Serial No. E732353. 20” barrel in 12 bore. This shotgun was manufactured in 1924. It was manufactured as a standard civilian 20” barrel, cylinder choke riot gun. Sometime during its life a trench handguard and bayonet assembly was added and a sling swivel added to butt. The gun has no military markings of any kind. This is a solid frame. The handguard is of the six row variety and is stamped “M6” on left side of lug. All metal furniture is blue with grooved walnut corncob forend and plain pistol grip walnut stock with original Winchester logo black composite buttplate. This gun has seen use. Retains approximately 60% original blue overall with balance blending to brown patina. Handguard shows wear with raw metal showing through. Military style sling with two steel frogs has been installed. Forend is in excellent condition. There is some chipping at lower left wrist of stock and numerous dings and marring. Clean bore. Perfect action. All original mid-20’s solid frame factory original riot gun with handguard and sling swivels added. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 202 202 - (C) BELGIAN BROWNING A-5 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Serial No. A10447. 25” barrel in 16 bore. 2-3/4” chamber. This shotgun is a 16 bore but is not a Sweet 16. Manufactured 1953 to 1954. This shotgun has a Poly-choke installed, which allows adjustable choke. Features blued finish with matte finish on top of frame, round knob checkered walnut stock with Pachmayr red waffle pad, and checkered forend. Barrel retains approximately 90% original blue with sharp legends. Does have some age spotting along barrel at forend. Frame has high edge wear and retains approximately 85% finish. Wood is excellent with sharp checkering, no cracks, but a little grain separation at left wrist. Fine bore and action. This shotgun comes with an extra 16 bore barrel, 2-3/4” chamber, full solid matted rib with Cutts compensator, adjustable choke, and tool. Fine bore. 85-90% blue starting to thin. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 203 203 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1894 BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. P137188. 30” Damascus side by side barrels in 12 bore with 2-3/4” chambers, solid matte rib and single brass bead. Both barrels with improved modified chokes. Casehardened nickel steel boxlock action, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO.” on both sides. Casehardened trigger guard, opening lever, and safety. Double triggers, ejectors, and automatic safety. Walnut semi-pistol-grip stock with checkered panels on both sides, missing butt plate. LOP from front trigger to butt is 12-3/4”. Checkered splinter forend with Anson release. Very Good condition. Barrels retain about 80-85% Damascus finish, with wear at breeches and muzzles on both sides, scattered scratches on sides. Dusty bores appear very good. Action retains about 40% case colors, mostly faded. Stocks very good, missing butt plate, scattered marks from use. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 204 204 - (M) EIG - EIBAR DB .410 BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 46985. .410 bore, 25-5/8” blued steel barrels with solid matte rib and single brass bead. Marked “EIG-EIBAR-SPAIN” on top of right barrel and “.410 GAUGE 3 INCH CHAMBER” on other; left barrel choked Full, right barrel Improved Cylinder. Stainless steel action engraved on both sides with a running dog and with flowers on a stippled ground behind breeches, extractors, automatic safety, double triggers, blued trigger guard. Walnut stock with pistol grip with black cap and checkered panels on both sides. 14-1/2” LOP from front trigger to black hard rubber butt plate. German silver shield escutcheon on bottom of buttstock, checkered beaver tail forend with Anson release. 1-1/2” drop at comb and 2-1/2” drop at heel. Excellent condition. Barrel retains nearly 100% of blue finish. Action retains polish with some scattered areas of light spotting. Lever, safety, trigger guard retain nearly 100% bright blue finish. Stock is good with some dents in checkering and some light scattered marks. Repair on toe appears to have been done at time of manufacture. Fore-end with some damaged checkering. Bores need cleaned. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 205

205 - (C) CUSTOM MAUSER HEAVY BARREL BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 7132. 24” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Well-made custom heavy barrel bench or varmint rifle. Frame is a Nazi marked Mauser. Re-barreled with heavy round barrel. 98% of the reapplied blue finish on barrel and frame. Sports custom walnut finger groove pistol grip thumbhole stock with roll over cheek piece. Has hard rubber buttplate. Sports a large Balvar 24 scope with micrometer adjustment rear mount and fine optics. Extremely well-made bench rifle with world class scope. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 206

206 - (M) MIB CZ RINGNECK 28 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 05C1719. 28” barrels in 28 bore. Chambers are 2-3/4”. Features high polish blued barrels with interchangeable choke system (additional chokes and tool in box), full matted rib, single bead sight, side lock frame, case colored with light engraving, top tang safety, checkered splinter walnut forend, round knob checkered walnut stock with black rubber recoil pad, manual ejectors, and single select trigger. Manufactured in Turkey. Weight is 5.5 lbs. LOP of 14-7/8”, 1-5/8” drop at comb and 2-1/2” drop at heel. Shows in as new condition inside and out in original box. 600.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 207 207 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 897212. 12 bore with a 24-1/2” barrel choked modified with a 2-3/4” chamber, 14” LOP, 1-3/8” drop at comb, 2-3/4” drop at heel, and 8.1lbs. Manufactured 1941. Offered is a custom upgraded Winchester Model 12. Has added rib, single bead, Herter’s adjustable choke added, deluxe checkered walnut stocks, red “W” grip cap, Winchester buttplate, triple diamond checkered forend base, and jeweled bolt and lifter. Barrel has razor sharp legends. Tube and takedown area at frame show minor wear. Still retains approximately 95% of the rust blue finish. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 208 208 - (C) WINCHESTER 1897 BLACK DIAMOND TRAP SHOTGUN. Serial No. 380273. 28” barrel in 12 bore. Manufactured in 1908. The Winchester Model 1897 Black Diamond Trap Shotgun was one of the premier pump action guns on the circuit at the turn of the century. Features a 2-3/4” chamber, choked full, with single bead sight, takedown action, blued finish, finely checkered walnut forend, and an English style checkered walnut buttstock with inset black diamonds at wrist and a Winchester red rubber recoil pad (newer replacement). This shotgun retains approximately 95% of the beautifully reapplied blued finish with sharp legends. Wood is excellent with no cracks and has been freshened up. Perfect action. Clean shiny bore. The bolt is stamped “Trap Gun”. This was beautifully redone at one time and is in excellent condition. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 209

209 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 50 DELUXE TRAP SHOTGUN. Serial No. 134970. 30” barrel in 12 bore with 2-3/4 chamber and full choke. Manufactured 1959. Rarely seen shotgun and only sold from 1954-1962. It is a semi-automatic made for trap shooting. Features full length matted vent rib with twin beads, beautiful deluxe checkered high gloss walnut stocks, composite grip cap, and original Winchester hard rubber recoil pad. Shotgun remains in near new condition with approximately 98% factory blue remaining. Beautiful high gloss walnut stocks in near mint condition. Looks as if it has literally never been out. The only flaw is a 3/4” area of white paint on the end of the butt plate which should easily clean. Fine bore and action. Rarely do you see this model with deluxe features in such high condition. 600.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 210

210 - (C) LEFEVER NITRO SPECIAL .410 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 204894. 26” barrels in .410 bore. Blued steel barrels with solid matte rib and single brass bead; marked “LEFEVER NITRO SPECIAL” on right barrel near breech and “LEFEVER ARMS CO. ITHACA, NY” on opposite barrel. 2-1/2” chambers. “Modified” choke on left barrel, “Cylinder” choke on right barrel. Casehardened boxlock action with stamped duck in flight on each side, automatic safety, extractors and double triggers with blued trigger guard. Partially figured walnut semi-pistol grip stock with checkered panels on each side and black hard rubber butt plate. LOP 13-1/4” to front trigger, 2” drop at comb, 3-1/4” drop at heel. Forend with diamond shaped checkered panel. Excellent condition with barrels retaining 95% rust blue finish with some wear at muzzles and breeches, two holes drilled in rib beneath forend. Some minor scratches to rib. Action retains perhaps 80-90% case colors with some wear at breech. Trigger guard retains 100% re-blued finish. Bores are bright but need cleaned. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 211

211 - (C) LEFEVER ARMS GRADE G HAMMERLESS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 20215. 12 bore, 30” Damascus barrels, 2-1/2” chambers with solid matte rib with single brass bead and dolls head extension. Both barrels have improved modified chokes. Casehardened action with cocking indicators, extractors, automatic safety and double triggers. Action marked “LEFEVER ARMS CO.” on both hammerless side plates. Patent dates on front tang of casehardened trigger guard. Partially figured walnut pistol grip stock with checkered panels on each side of grip and scalloped brown hard rubber grip cap and maker’s butt plate. Splinter forend with push-button release and casehardened endcap. LOP from front trigger to back of butt plate 14-1/4”. Drop at comb is 2” and drop at heel is 3”. Excellent condition. Barrels retain 90-95% Damascus finish, with some wear at muzzles and breeches, some wear on rib. Bores are shiny and excellent. Action retains 70% case colors with some wear on bottoms and sides, trigger guard with traces of case colors. Stocks are excellent with some minor scattered marks from use. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 212

212 - (C) IVER JOHNSON O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 26805. 12 bore, 32” blued barrels, 2-3/4” chambers, barrels choked to improved modified pattern. Solid matte rib with white bead at muzzle and brass center bead marked “MADE FOR IVER JOHNSON SPORTING GOODS CO.” on rib near breech. Each side of top barrel marked “SIMSON & CO SUHL” and “RUPP STEEL”. Casehardened scalloped boxlock action with fine and extensive scroll engraving. Greener cross bolt, double triggers, ejectors, and non-automatic safeties. Bottom of action engraved en suite with sides and has “Simson” inlaid in silver. Blued trigger guard, opening lever and safety. Walnut stocks with very finely executed panels of checkering behind scalloped actions, with relief borders. Fine wrap around checkering in shaped pattern around pistol grip and on each side of forend. Forend with Deeley release. Brown and black rubber Pachmayr butt pad. Vacant gold escutcheon on bottom of stock. LOP from front trigger to end of wood is 13-9/16” and 14-5/16” to end of the butt pad. Drop at comb is 1-1/2” and drop at heel is 2”. Excellent condition, barrels retain about 90% blue finish, some muzzle wear and light edge wear, excellent bores. Action retains 98% case colors, some slight fading. Trigger guard, lever, and safety retain about 70% blue finish. Stock excellent with sharp checkering, a few minor marks from use. 800.00 - 1,000.00

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213 - (C) BALTIMORE ARMS HAMMERLESS 12 BORE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 2287. 12 bore with 28” barrels, left barrel choke improved, right barrel full, 2-5/8” chamber, 14-1/4” LOP to front trigger, 1-3/8” drop at comb, 2-3/4” drop at heel, and 7lbs. This private label shotgun was actually manufactured by H.D. Fulsom. The barrels have a perfect Damascus pattern and are solid with no repairs or dents. Very good bores with some spots. Has manual ejector, wide matted rib, twin bead sights, all matching numbers. Case colored frame retains approximately 80% colors. Fire blued trigger guard is turning patina. Checkered walnut forend with ebony tip. Round knob checkered pistol grip stock. Black composite buttplate. Trigger guard appears to have some wiped on finish. Box lock has simple engraving. Lock-up tight as new. Wood is near mint with sharp checkering. Wood has been expertly restored to as new condition, giving this shotgun the appearance of ‘as new’. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 214 214 - (C) BELGIAN BROWNING SUPERPOSED SHOTGUN. Serial No. 30899. Manufactured in 1952. 12 bore, 28” blued steel over and under barrels with typical Belgian Browning marks on both sides of top barrel, solid matte rib with single silver bead. Blued boxlock action with typical Grade I engraving. Action marked with Browning trademark and logo on bottom. Chambered for 2-3/4” shells, both barrels with improved modified chokes. Single trigger, ejectors, non-automatic safety, and safety barrel selector. Walnut stock with semi pistol grip with checkered panels on both sides. Pachmayr rubber butt pad, checkered forend. LOP is 13-1/2” to back of butt pad. Drop at comb is 1-1/2” and drop at heel is 2”. Very good condition, blued surfaces retain 90-95% blue finish with some light edge wear with wear on bottom of action, bright bores. Stocks good with 80-85% finish and some scattered marks from use. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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215 - (A) PAIR OF OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. NSN. Two-stage 9-11/16” steel barrels marked “Fatou a Paris” on tops in script in .64 caliber smoothbores. Flat locks in the French style, with beveled edges and marked “Fatou a Paris”, waterproof pans and roller frizzens. Walnut stocks profusely inlaid with German silver zig-zag patterns and scrolls decorated with lead inlays throughout; wooden ramrods with turned and shaped ivory tips, one replaced and with bone tip. Plain brass furniture includes: butt caps with stirrups, vacant oval escutcheons, trigger guards with acorn finial, ramrod ferrules, and flat two-piece brass side plates. 1,600.00 - 2,500.00

216 - (A) S&W SECOND MODEL AMERICAN REVOLVER. Serial No. 297. Caliber is .44 American, barrel length is 8”. The cylinder, latch and barrel have mismatched numbers. Back strap is cut for a shoulder stock. It’s unusual that the serial number on the butt can be part of second model. The walnut grips have been stippled, barrel legends are sharp, barrel release spring is weak, cylinder indexes perfectly. Strong rifling with usual black powder abrasion. Flashes of original blue but basically an all patina gun. Appears to have three kill marks on right side of frame and right side of barrel rib. These revolvers were manufactured from 1872-1874 and were very popular on the western frontier. They are considered the earliest large frame 44 calibers manufactured. Front sight has been replaced with what appears to be an old copper coin. Very colorful old west Smith & Wesson. Further research may shed light on the three digit serial number on the second model. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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217 - (A) US COLT MODEL 1889 NAVY REVOLVER W/ RIG. Serial No. 74906. Barrel length 6”, caliber .38 long Colt. Manufactured in 1896. One of the harder to find U.S. inspected models to come out of the 1892 swing out series Colts are the antique serial range, double action, revolvers manufactured for the United States Navy. The butt is stamped “U.S.N., (Anchor), .38 DA (Trident) No. 8061, NCT, 74906”. Features: blue finish, six shot, double action with Colt black composite grips. This scarce revolver is in all original condition. It retains approximately 60-70% original blue with the balance turning patina. Grips are near mint. Strong clean bore. In addition, this revolver comes with the rare original U.S. Navy marked holster and ammo pouch with wood block. Holster is embossed “USN” and also stamped “USN”. The leather ammo pouch is stamped “USN” and has the wooden cartridge block intact. Both these pieces are original, period to the gun. The Navy belt is a more recent vintage but still looks good with the rig. Excellent all original early Spanish/ American War era Navy rig. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 217

218 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 NAVY REVOLVER W/ RIG. Serial No. 35483. Barrel length is 6”, caliber is .44 S&W Russian. These revolvers were manufactured from 1881-1888. It is a very robust double action chambered for the .44 cartridge. It was a direct competitor for the Colt Model 1878. This revolver is in the far scarcer blue configuration. Revolver retains traces of blue, balance is basically smooth brown patina. The hammer and trigger still show case colors. Matching numbers on cylinder and barrel release. Fine pair of aged ivory grips, lock up is tight, strong rifle bore, indexes perfectly. It is housed in a period double loop holster that is stamped Cameron & Sweeny, Grand Junction Colorado. Has a California clip point, unmarked cartridge belt. F.A. Cameron operated a shop in Colorado at the turn of the century. Bottom of holster has been shortened, but still in excellent condition. Beautiful western rig. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 218

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219 - (A) WHITNEY NAVY CONVERSION GUN FIGHTER’S RIG. Serial No. 23900. Barrel length is 7-1/2”, caliber is .38 rim fire. These revolvers were manufactured by Ely Whitney of New Haven. The Whitney Navy was manufactured in the 1850-1860’s. Features full octagon barrel, six shot, single action, with two piece garnished walnut grips. This is a fourth type. There are flashes or original nickel finish on barrel, but gun is basically a smooth soft brown patina with sharp legends and no cancer. Grips are very good to excellent, cylinder indexes perfectly, strong rifling. A vast majority of Civil War hand guns were from the Colt firm and seldom do you see a Whitney conversion offered for sale. This is a clean sharp all original fine conversion. It is housed in an excellent period slim Jim holster with early money belt and nickel plated California clip point buckle. The belt holds seven original .38 rim fire cartridges. Great early gun fighters/Cowboy rig that saw use on the plains immediately after the Civil War. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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220 - (A) COLT 1862 CONVERSION REVOLVER W/ SADDLE BAG. Serial No. 317189. Cal .38 rimfire, barrel length 3-1/2”. Approximately 2000 of these revolvers were manufactured in 1873 to 1875. These are referred to as “Pocket Navy Round Barrel Richards-Mason Conversions” Manufactured using new and percussion era parts to allow use of the bored through cylinder. This revolver features: nickel plated finish with the nitre finished screws. Varnished one piece walnut grips. This revolver has all matching numbers with the exception of the cylinder which has the number plate blank. Original grips are excellent, retain most of the original varnish. Traces of the brass showing through on the trigger guard and backstrap. 100% near perfect stage coach scene on cylinder. Action is perfect, strong clean, near mint bore. 50% bright nitre blue on screws. 90% original nickel finish with usual age freckling. This revolver has not seen much use and appears to be simple aging. What is even more interesting, it is housed in a period leather saddle bag that features border tooling. Inside the right bag is a hid-a-way holster. These type of saddle bags were used by Pony Express mail riders for carrying payroll, letters and mail. As such, a hide-a-way gun would come in handy in case of a hold up. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 221 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 SNUB NOSE REVOLVER. Serial No. 42607. 3-1/8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. This revolver started life in 1862 as a standard military issue and inspected should stock-cut U.S. issue Army revolver. After the war, thousands of these revolvers found their way on the Westward trail. This gun was period altered and very professionally done by shortening the barrel, removing the ramrod, and setting a knife blade front sight. All of this work was performed at the time, as you can see a century of patina around all of the alterations. This revolver has all matching numbers with the exception of the un-numbered wedge. Numerous military proof marks can be found on backstrap, barrel, and cylinder. The rebated cylinder has a 90% still visible Naval battle scene. Revolver sports the original one piece walnut grips with brass trigger guard. It is a six shot single action percussion. All metal parts are now a gun metal grey, smooth with sharp legends. Action lines up and indexes perfectly. Strong bore with minor black powder residue. These period altered “Snubbies” were popularized in the mid-19th century by the stories of Porter Rockwell, the personal bodyguard for Brigham Young, whose nickname was “The Destroying Angel”. He was reputed to have carried up to 15 such altered handguns on his person at a time. In the famous book “Gunfighters of the West” there is an excellent example of a Snubbie 1860 that was owned by noted gunman Dallas Stoudenmire. Due to the stories of Porter Rockwell, these altered handguns have become collectively known as an “Avenging Angel”. They have an extremely storied history amongst the illuminaries of the old West, and are no longer looked at by collectors as altered firearms and are judged on their own character. This example is extremely clean and comes in a period unmarked ‘Slim Jim’ holster that was altered to house this handgun. The leather is soft but has numerous areas of age checking and a worn area where hammer rests. Given that this revolver was not converted to cartridge, the era of this holster is correct for this gun and most of these were worn with ex-U.S. military belts. Looking down the barrel of these large bore snub nose revolvers gives one a real sense of their menacing potential and truly represents what is now referred to as the “Wild West”. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 222 - (A) C.R. ALSOP NAVY MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 465. 4-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Approximately 500 of these revolvers were manufactured in 1862 and 1863 in Middletown, Connecticut. They are rarely seen in today’s market and never in unfired condition. This is arguably the finest condition example known in the hobby. The full octagon barrel retains approximately 90% of the brilliant factory blue finish with sharp legends. The loading lever retains virtually all of the brilliant case colors. The cylinder has the perfect patent stamp and all of the original nickels none of which show any wear. The cylinder still exhibits approximately 70% of the original fire blue finish. Left side of frame has traces of brilliant blue with the balance aged freckled and appears to have simply flaked. Right side of frame retains approximately 25-30% original factory blue with similar flaking. Back strap is grey patina as is front grip strap, bottom of frame has traces of blue. Traces of case colors on side of hammer and still bright on back. Strong clean bore. Indexes perfectly, has a spur trigger. You can plainly see that this gun was left outside as that is the portion of the cylinder that has flaked to a brown patina. This is referred to as a standard model and does not have the safety guard on frame. Very high condition extremely scarce Civil War revolver. Seldom seen and never in this condition. 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

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223 - LOT OF 3: UNUSUAL ANTIQUE POCKET GUNS. Serial No. 400, NSN, 77. The first gun is a Marston three shot pocket pistol. .22 Deringer with retractable knife blade. Serial No. 400. This pistol has a the small clip bowie knife slides from left side of barrel. One of 400 manufactured. 3” barrels. Has a brass frame with firing pin indicator and walnut grips. Brass is untouched, barrels are a brown patina, knife is fine with brown patina. It is not working and the hammer is replaced. Made 1858 - 1864. The second gun is a Remington Elliot zig-zag deringer manufactured 1861 to1862 only. Chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge. Metal is a smooth brown patina. All legends are sharp, excellent grips. Barrel rotates properly. All original and untouched and very scarce. The last gun in the lot is simply stamped “77” on barrel and grip strap. No visible maker of any kind. Features seven shot, .22 caliber, 2-3/4” octagon barrel, and original ivory grips. Nice areas of high polish factory blue with balance of grey patina. Hammer will not stay back. Three extremely rare antique revolvers, extremely scarce, and collectible. 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

224 - (A) CHICAGO PALM PISTOL LADIES GAMBLER’S BOX. Serial No. 7296. Chicago Palm pistol has a 1-1/2” barrel length in .32 caliber. Features gutta percha panels and retains 97%-98% of the original factory nickel finish. Has matching numbers, perfect gutta percha palm rest. The only flaw is that it has a repaired hammer spring which could easily be replaced or a new one purchased or manufactured. This firearm was manufactured in the 1890’s in Chicago, Illinois. This fine pistol is housed in a purple velvet jewelry casket. Top of casket has four enameled playing cards with no indices. Inside lid is satin lined. Accessories include a pearl handled ladies nail file, a enameled pill box, five early small dice made of bone and five 1880’s Duke’s cigarettes picture cards of contemporary stage personalities. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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225 - (A) EARLY FRENCH FLINTLOCK OFFICER’S PISTOL. NSN. Two-stage 13-3/8” tapered barrels in .58 caliber smoothbore. Flat beveled banana lock with cock repaired at neck during period of use. Lock engraved in center “CHATEAU/A MAYENNE”. Varnished walnut stock with early relief carving around barrel tang, around entry ferrule, around lock, side plate, and trigger guard. Early brass furniture, trigger guard with relief urn with acanthus leaves at finial above a face, butt cap displays a bust of a Roman soldier against a stippled background, and side plate engraved with a boar’s head surrounded by polearms and flags. Wrist escutcheon with Roman soldier’s head against a stippled ground with acanthus leaf below and whimsical face above. Very good, dark even brown patina on barrel and lock, small modern repair with metal in the bright on left side near breech. Brass with unpolished patina, stock dark and has some age cracks on forend and scattered marks from use. A fine example of an early 18th century officer’s pistol. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 226 - (A) FINE & EARLY CONTINENTAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Two-stage 12-1/8” barrel with stages defined by a four-ring brass inlay. .70 caliber smoothbore, brass front sight, engraved brass tang. Probably made in the first half of the 18th century. Beveled banana flintlock lock plate with chiseled frizzen face. Figured stock with early-style relief carving around barrel tang, lock plate, side plate, entry ferrule and along ramrod channel. Relief brass furniture; butt cap with stirrups and grotesque mask with foliage around butt cap; trigger guard with relief foliage on bow and finial. Pierced side plate with detailed flags, foliage, and two seated figures; wrist escutcheon with crown held by two figures, crest in center oval, and flag motifs. Very good with dark patina overall, some minor repairs to wrist and trigger guard, stock with scattered marks and light wear from use. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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227 - (A) SILVER MOUNTED GEORGIAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Round 7-3/4” barrel with swamped muzzle, London proof marks on left side of breech and relief rings at breech with notched sight and engraved tang; .64 caliber smoothbore. Rounded lock with rocker panel border, engraved “I. SMITH” in center. Varnished walnut stock with relief-carved clamshell behind barrel tang and relief borders around lock and side plate terminating at rear in a beavertail. Wooden ramrod with bone tip. Bulbous grip with relief silver grotesque mask, pierced silver side plate with relief panoply of arms with a castle, cannons and flags. Vacant silver wrist escutcheon with relief clamshell and scrolls. Steel trigger guard with urn finial, steel ramrod ferrules. Good condition, steel surfaces with grey patina and scattered pitting and dark spots, neck of cock repaired, stock refinished and having scattered marks from use, and silver furniture excellent and showing little wear. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 228 - (A) BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY REV. Serial No. 4476. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. The basis for this museum quality revolver is a Colt second generation Model 1851 Navy that featured full octagon barrel, six shot cylinder with Naval scene, square back trigger guard, and is single action only. It was manufactured in 1971, the year Colt reintroduced the model 1851. It was engraved by L.H. Harrison and comes with a letter from Hunter Kirkland. Harrison is a master engraver from Madison Tennessee. He has used the scroll engraving pattern on the breech and sides of barrel and on center loading lever lug. The same fine scroll engraving can be found on the entire frame as well as the back strap. The trigger guard is engraved on bottom and sides. The cylinder has just the standard Naval scene. Pistol has all matching numbers. The hammer has been engraved on top and sides. The revolver was fitted with a vintage pair of ivory grips with silver medallions on both sides (L.H.H.). The ivory grips have age cracking in butt and have turned into a beautiful golden tone. The engraving is exquisite. The grip strap is engraved L.H. Harrison Lusk, Wyoming year of 73, 74. Gun shows in near new condition inside and out. All small screws have been fire blued. The meticulous engraving and fitting of ivory grips is beyond reproach. This handsome revolver deserves a suitable display case. 2,250.00 - 2,750.00 229 - (A) COLT CUSTOM ENGRAVED MODEL 1851 NAVY REV. Serial No. 101896. 5” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. According to the Colt Factory letter, this revolver was shipped to Colt’s New York office 2-25-1861 in a 500 gun shipment as a standard 7-1/2” blue finished Navy revolver. The barrel and loading lever were shortened. Revolver was engraved in New York scroll motif with nearly full coverage. It was plated. Has matching serial number on frame and trigger guard. Backstrap has matching number but the fonts are slightly different. Cylinder was engraved, leaving no trace of Naval scene and no serial number. Original nipples. Safety pins are gone. Has one piece original walnut grips that are slightly shy to metal. Engraving is extremely high quality. Generous traces of original plating with the balance cleaned to matching patina. Wedge is not numbered and is a replacement, as is screw. Cylinder rotates freely but does not index. Poor bore. With a little attention to the timing and the wedge it would be an extremely handsome gun with high quality engraving and razor sharp legends. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 230 - (A) PAIR OF PHILADELPHIA TARGET PISTOLS BY EVANS. NSN. Octagonal 10” barrels marked “J.E. EVANS/PHILADA” on top flat near engraved patent breeches in .47 caliber smoothbores. Scroll-engraved flat percussion lock plates both stamped “J.E. EVANS/PHILADA” forward of scroll-engraved hammers. Scroll-engraved trigger guards with pineapple finials and engraved oval barrel key escutcheons. Replaced walnut stocks are unvarnished, checkered wrists with Schnable forend. Barrels and locks with scattered pitting overall and grey patina, some patina applied. Steel furniture has been cleaned, now with scattered dark spots. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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231 - (A) ENGLISH 4-BARREL HOLSTER PISTOL. Serial No. 100. 6” barrels. This is a highly unusual large caliber four barrel cartridge pistol. The barrels tip-up with thumb release to allow loading of four cartridges. It is a double action. Each firing pin moves in sequence. Pistol has numerous British proof marks but it is completely void of any maker stamp. Pistol retains approximately 50% of the original factory nickel plating, blending beautifully with the smooth grey metal. Features a high Patridge front sight with blade rear. Beautifully checkered saw handle one piece walnut grip with nickel pommel and lanyard. A very similar pistol can be found on page 66 in the book titled “English Pistols” by Howard Blackmore. In 1881, the London gunmaker H.A.A. Thorn trading as Charles Lancaster, patented a four barrel pistol, the barrels being hinged to the frame so that they drop down in shotgun fashion for loading and extraction. A single, self cocking trigger operated a revolving striker that fired the centerfire cartridges in sequence. The pistols were made in military calibers of .455 or .476 and oval bore rifling allowed either shot or ball cartridges to be fired. We have tested this pistol and it chambers the .455 ammo perfectly. Lock-up is tight as new. Grips are near mint. This is an extremely fine English very scarce large bore four barrel holster pistol in excellent all original condition. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 232 - (A) COLT S.A.A. .38 COLT. Serial No. 158831. 7-1/2” barrel, caliber is .38 Colt. Manufactured in 1894. The 38th Colt is one of the rarer calibers in the antique serial number range. Introduced in 1886 and dropped from the line in 1914. During this period only 1,011 were made in this caliber and very few made during the pre 1938 era. It utilized the same cartridge as the Model 1877 Lightning revolver. Features: six shot, single action, blue/ case colored with one piece walnut grips. This is an early screw in frame. Matching serial number on frame, back strap and trigger guard. Barrel and cylinder are not numbered. Left side of barrel stamped .38 Colt. Traces of case colors on frame with flashes of original blue on cylinder, barrel and ejector housing. 20% blue on hidden area of trigger guard and butt. Balance of gun is just a smooth grey patina with sharp legends. Period original one piece walnut grips are checkered (Not factory). Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong clean bore. Left side frame pony and circle partially obscured. So it was either lightly stamped or refinished sometime early in it’s life. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 233 - (A) UNFIRED COLT ETCHED PANEL .41 REVOLVER. Serial No. 7743. Caliber .41 RF, Barrel length 2”. Approximately 7,000 new line revolvers were manufactured between 1874 and 1879. The offered revolver is the rare .41 RF caliber with etched panel, factory nickel finish with walnut birds head varnish grips. Fire blue trigger, hammer, and screws. This revolver has never been fired, has no cylinder burn, retains nearly all the fire blue small parts, and retains virtually all the original factory nickel finish. Grips are mint, bore is mint. Only visible sign of wear is some extremely minor finish bubbling at forward left top edge of frame. Two small nickel flakes at muzzle. It would be impossible to find a higher condition .41 Deringer in this series. Simply breath taking. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 234 - (A) CASED COLT 1851 NAVY CONVERSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 742. 7-1/2” barrel in .38 Colt caliber. Typical Colt conversion of a percussion Navy to centerfire cartridge. Features six shot, single action, full octagon barrel, matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. Cylinder has good traces of Naval battle scene. Brass trigger guard and backstrap have been cleaned. Frame, barrel, and cylinder have been refinished. One piece walnut grips are excellent. Cylinder indexes perfectly. Bore shows rifling but black powder abrasion. This revolver is housed in an older wood case with reproduction Colt label. There is an old round ball single cavity mould, small nickel oiler, a period brass powder flask with numerous dents, a UMC cap tin, and five round balls. As a conversion, these black powder accessories serve no purpose. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

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235 - (A) CASED LONDON FORSYTH & CO. LG. BORE O/U PISTOL. Serial No. 2908. .52 bore percussion, 5-1/2” barrel. Forsyth & Company operated on Leicester Street in London 1816-1852 and exhibited at the great exhibition of 1851. Gun features over under case colored octagon barrels, engraved double hammers, engraved frame, twin side safety’s, double triggers, swivel metal rod. Has a one piece checkered walnut bag handle with an engraved silver pommel. Both barrels are British proofed. Top of barrel is stamped Forsyth & Co. Patent gun makers London. This pistol does not appear to have been fired, bores are near mint, fine scroll engraving on frame, hammers, trigger guard and pommel. Exquisite fine checkering on walnut handle with silver monogram plaque. Still retains elements of case colors on frames and barrels with balance simply patterned out. 95% blue on trigger guard, walnut stocks are excellent to near mint with a couple of minor storage dings. This pistol is a beautifully made large bore over-under from a well known London gun maker. Pistol weighs 2 pounds 7 ounces. It is housed in a contemporary French fitted walnut case with plaque with three compartments, one with cover. Circa mid 19th century. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 LOT - 235

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236 - (A) UNFIRED COLT ETCH PANEL MODEL 1877 “THUNDERER”. Serial No. 48754. Barrel 3-1/2” in .41 Colt caliber. Manufactured in 1884, this model is referred to as a sheriff’s model. Manufactured without an ejector. It is chambered for the 41 cartridge, thus referred to as the “Thunderer”. This revolver has never been fired. Features full factory nickel finish with etched panel barrel that is bold as new. Fire blue trigger and hammer (top and bottom) retain 90% fire blue. Near mint Colt hard rubber grips. Even the grip screw has all of the fire blue. Cylinder shows no sign of any burn. Aside from some minor usual storage marks, this revolver retains 99.9% original factory finish and would be impossible to find a better condition etched panel .41 caliber of this model. Un-improvable condition. Worthy of the finest collection. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00 237 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 2095. 6” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. According to the factory letter, this revolver was shipped with a 7-1/2” barrel, blue and brass finish, and wood stocks to the commanding officer of the U.S. Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts on October 1st, 1861 in a 100 gun shipment. All matching numbers on frame, barrel, backstrap, trigger guard, and wedge. No visible serial number on cylinder. This revolver was engraved and the barrel shortened. there are numerous examples of factory engraved Colts that were originally intended or shipped to the U.S. military. This revolver was masterfully engraved as follows: side of the barrel has a beautiful scroll pattern which is repeated on frame and cylinder with decorative edge; hammer is engraved and case colored, trigger guard and backstrap were engraved and silver plated of which 85% still remains. Has razor sharp legends. The frame, cylinder, and barrel have silver plated appearance as well. The engraving style is very similar to Gustave Young. Examples can be seen in the book on Colt engraving on page 71. Cylinder has the original nipples and retains the original teats. Strong clean bore and perfect action. Dark grips retain some original varnish. Extremely handsome engraved 1861 Navy. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00 238 - (A) U.S. CAVALRY D.F.C. COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY. Serial No. 56106. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. This is a standard U.S. issue Colt Single Action Army manufactured in 1880. The D.F.C. David Clarke inspector stamp can be found on bottom of frame and side of cylinder. Matching numbers on frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. Cylinder also has the “P” stamp. Three line address on frame with U.S. stamp. The barrel is a replacement with no serial number, inspector, or caliber with a 2-3/8” address that can be seen on page 105 in the book “Cavalry and Artillery Revolvers”. The one piece walnut grips are also a replacement part with no number in channel, no visible inspector mark, and slightly shy to metal. Has the proper hammer and donut ejector head. Barrel legend is sharp. Metal is basically a smooth blue-brown patina. Indexes perfectly with all four clicks. Bore is near mint. Fine Indian Wars Cavalry Clarke inspected with notes to the replacement parts. 3,500.00 - 6,500.00

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239 - (A) CASED SET LONDON SINGLE SHOT POCKET PISTOLS. NSN. This fine cased matching set of single shot percussion pistols was manufactured or retailed by W.R. Horsley. They are so stamped on the top of each barrel, along with Fakenham, a civil parish in England. They date to the mid 1850’s. Both pistols features 4” case colored octagon barrels engraved at muzzle; case colored frame; fire blued folding triggers; metal swivel loading rods; checkered one piece walnut bag handle with silver ID plaques; and engraved hammers. One pistol is in near mint condition retaining approximately 90% of the original case colors with fire blue on trigger, near mint grips with fine checkering; clean, smooth, non-rifled bores; and Birmingham proofs. The second pistol has seen more wear; the case colors have faded to grey in all but the protected areas; grips are excellent; 60% fire blue on folding trigger; and clean bore. This fine double cased set rests in its original green felt lined walnut box with two small wooden accessory boxes, a fire blue single round ball mold, and original small copper powder flask with several small dents. Case has the original key. Bores measure .44 caliber. Overall, and extremely fine double cased traveling pistol set. 4,000.00 - 5,000.00 LOT - 239

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240 - (A) FINE PAIR OF GERMANIC PERCUSSION PISTOLS. NSN. Both with 13-1/2” barrels in .53 caliber tapered smoothbore barrels with chiseled panels on tops, tangs engraved with stylized numbers “1” and “2”. Brass sights mounted on large symmetrical inlaid and engraved brass plates. Percussion lock plates, hammers, and bolsters all chiseled with fine scrollwork. Partially figured walnut stocks with ornate relief-carved designs surrounding the barrel tang and ramrod entry ferrule. Relief carving also surrounds the locks, lock plates and trigger guards. Horn and bone nose caps and horn-tipped ebony ramrods. Fire-blued curled steel triggers. Ornate gilt brass furniture, pierced side plates with scrollwork and stippling in low areas. Buttcaps deeply chased with patterns and scrollwork with backgrounds stippled, trigger guards and entry ferrules chased en suite other mounts. Symmetrical wrist escutcheons with vacant center ovals and fleur de lis patterns above and below. Excellent condition overall, relief carving is crisp and pistols show little to no wear. Generous traces of gilt on all furniture. Barrels with light scattered patina; locks bright. Pistol number 1 has small chip missing below front of lock. A fine example of high quality Germanic pistols. 5,000.00 - 7,500.00

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241 - (A) U.S. COLT S.A.A. JOHNSON INSPECTED REVOLVER. Serial No. 16818. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 Colt caliber. This revolver is listed by serial number in the book titled :Calvary and Artilliery Revolvers” by John Kopec on page 43, listed as “extant revolvers within the 1875 series”. Kopec lists 24 Johnson sub-inspected Cavalry revolvers recorded in the survey. This inspection period covered the dates December 2nd, 1874 through March 16th, 1875 for a total of 2,560 revolvers manufactured. It is a standard Cavalry model in all other respects. The “J” inspector mark can be found on the trigger guard beneath serial number, as well as on top of the backstrap. Back of the cylinder is stamped “C”, “P” is found on the face of the cylinder. Matching serial number on cylinder, frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. The number 5065 is stamped on bottom of barrel under ejector rod housing with the inspector stamp “C”. The number 2341 is written in pencil on the back of the channel on one piece walnut grips. No visible cartouche on grips. Revolver has strong early slant legend on barrel. Two line patent on from with “U.S.” on left side. Cylinder locks up strong. Strong clean bore. Revolver displays no original finish and is now basically a smooth gun metal grey. Grips are very good with usual dings. This scarce revolver comes with an original Rock Island holster with matching belt and U.S. buckle. 6,000.00 - 7,500.00

LOT - 242

242 - (A) PAIR OF FLINTLOCK ENGLISH OFFICER’S PISTOLS. NSN. Two-stage 11” barrels marked “London” in script on top flats with Birmingham proof marks on left sides of engraved breeches. Silver spider sights at muzzles and gold inlays around each touch-hole. .61 caliber smoothbores. Flat locks with beveled edges, both engraved with military motifs with “GRICE” within a banner and daisies at tails, lock plates with ornately-engraved borders, cocks engraved with scrolls and borders; engraved thumb safeties behind cocks. Paktong (German silver) furniture engraved with rocker-panel borders including: full side plates with a large finely-engraved panoply of arms with military motifs and acanthus leaves, engraved trigger guards with pineapple finials, oval wrist escutcheons with punch-dot engraved borders with “Turno” engraved in center of each in script, butt caps with stepped finials and scroll engraving, ornate stars around butt cap screws and ramrod ferrules. Partially figured varnished walnut full-length stocks with finely-carved relief shells behind both tangs. A fine pair of late Revolutionary War period flintlock officer’s pistols by well-known British gunmaker William Grice (1745-1805?). Excellent condition showing almost no wear, metal components bright with light grey patina, all markings and engraving is crisp. Stocks excellent and showing no wear. One pistol with a small hairline crack from rear barrel key to barrel. Furniture with mellow patina and showing no wear. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

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LOT - 243

243 - (A) RARE LEWIS INSPECTED US COLT S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 16313. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the book “Calvary & Artillery Revolvers” by Kopec, on page 40, lists 15 sub-inspected revolvers and 11 combinations. The sub-inspected revolvers date from 12-2-1874 to 3-16-1875. This revolver falls in the middle of the Lewis range from 15117 to 16500. It was sub-inspected by Samuel B. Lewis and were part of the first U.S. contract, fourth and fifth extensions, complete 12-19-1874. For all intents and purposes, it is a standard U.S. Cavalry issue six shot single action revolver. Has matching numbers on barrel, frame, cylinder, backstrap, and trigger guard. The one piece walnut grips are later U.S. replacements and have the “R.A.C.” (Renaldo A. Carr) inspector stamps and have initials engraved on left grip. The “L” sub-inspector mark can be found on trigger guard and cylinder. Barrel has a one line slant Hartford address. Gun is basically brown patina with fine U.S. stamp on left side of frame. Has the early donut-head ejector rod. Slightly rounded at muzzle from holster. Gun indexes and locks up fine. Strong rifled bore with usual black powder abrasion. The Lewis inspected cavalry Colts are among the rarest of all U.S. revolvers, most saw heavy use during the Indian Wars and many were cut down and altered to artillery revolvers at the end of the century. An extremely nice example of early Indian Wars cavalry Colt. 6,500.00 - 8,500.00

LOT - 244

244 - (A) FINE COLT OPEN TOP REVOLVER. Serial No. 1973. .44 rimfire caliber with a 7-1/2” barrel. According to the factory letter, this revolver was shipped in nickel finish to J.C. Grubb & Co., Philadelphia on September 6th, 1873. Grips are not listed but are original one piece walnut; somewhat shy at butt. Features include six shot, single action, roll-engraved cylinder with Navy scene, two-line patent on frame, and New York barrel address. Cylinder indexes perfectly. Bore is strong. Barrel is original, has not been stretched, and has bold legend. This revolver retains 20-30% original nickel finish with the balance blending to gun metal grey with a very good 30% cylinder scene. Walnut grips are very good. All matching numbers except wedge not numbered. The Colt Open Top is a legendary revolver in Old West history. It bridged the gap from percussion revolvers to conversion revolvers to the Single Action Army, and was the first factory built Colt revolver for the bored through self-contained large caliber cartridge. The production era of this revolver was very short and most of these revolvers saw heavy use, especially along the Texas-Mexico border, making surviving examples extremely difficult to locate. This survivor has seen use but remains in lovely as used condition. 6,500.00 - 9,500.00

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LOT - 245

245 - (A) RARE EARLY COLT OPEN TOP REVOLVER. Serial No. 16. Cal .44 Colt, barrel length 7-1/2”. This is an extremely low serial number which makes it one of the first Colt open top revolvers ever made. Sometimes referred to as a conversion, this is not entirely correct. This is Colt’s first specifically manufactured revolver made for the bored through cylinder. These are typically found in horrible or altered condition. They were newly manufactured in 1871-72. In reality Colt’s first big bore pistol made for the self contained cartridge. Its is standard in all respects to include: six shot, single action, scarce 1851 style navy grips and cut for a shoulder stock. All legends are fine. Metal is a smooth grey patina with minor age freckling. One piece walnut grips in scarce navy size. Proper rear sight slot, front side is missing. Given the scarcity of an all original open top, this one is far above average. Nice clean example of early Colt that proceeds the single action Army. 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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LOT - 246

246 - (A) U.S. COLT CAVALRY S.A.A. AINSWORTH INSPECTED. Serial No. 13416. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the Kopec letter, this revolver was manufactured in 1874 and was sub-inspected by O.W. Ainsworth. It is one of a group of 2,307 revolvers issued on July 9th and July 28th, 1874 for the Ordnance Department of the state of Virginia. Kopec further states that Virginia decided to sell these newly issued revolvers to a surplus arms dealer, reportedly Herman Boker & Co., serial numbers in the 12,000 to 13,000 range. Boker had the revolvers nickel plated by the Adams Nickel Plating Co. to disguise their military appearance and resold them through trade channels. These are referred to today as “Buy-Backs”. Kopec states that this revolver is 100% correct in all respects and further states that the original Ainsworth cartouche on grips is still visible but not readable and the grips are serial numbered 3416 in the backstrap channel. This gun is listed by serial number on page 161 in Kopec’s book “Cavalry and Artillery Revolvers”. Revolver has all matching serial numbers on frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, and on the barrel under the ejector rod. The letter “A” for “Ainsworth” can be found stamped on trigger guard under serial number. Inspector mark “AP” is stamped on bottom of barrel, just forward of cylinder pin. Cylinder indexes and locks up perfectly with proper four clicks. Strong clean rifled bore. Overall the revolver retains at least 60% of the period nickel plating with the balance blending to a soft gun metal grey. Slanted barrel legends are strong. Left side of frame has the two line patent date with “U.S.”. Has all proper period parts including hammer and donut style ejector rod head. One piece walnut grips are very good with typical wear. An extremely fine example of a extremely scarce Single Action Army Cavalry Model that was subsequently used in the civilian market. 7,500.00 - 10,000.00

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LOT - 247

247 - (A) GASTINNE RENETTE PARIS EXH. GRADE ENGRAVED REV. Serial No. 15482. 4-3/4” barrel in 11mm caliber. Offered is one of the finest and most ornate French revolvers to come out of the gun shop of Gastinne Renette Paris. After the proclamation of the Empire in December 1852 the House Gastinne Renette becomes official supplier to Napoleon III and the Imperial Court “Gastinne Renette to Paris, Champs Elysees, arquebusier Gunner of the Emperor, the Prince Imperial, the Queen and the King of Spain. This revolver is based on the Camelot-Delvigne Model 1873 revolver. It has been finely engraved and nickel plated. Barrel is marked “Gastinne Renette Paris”. The face of the frame was stamped “No. 1”. Left side of barrel is stamped “Acier Fondu”. Sides of the hammer and trigger are finely jeweled. The removable hinged grip frame exposes the internals, which are all finely jeweled. The engraving is a combination of fine scroll with decorated borders. Grips are finely checkered two-piece walnut. Gun remains in spectacular all original condition, retaining 98-99% of the original nickel plating. Engraving is crisp and grips are near mint with one small chip on right panel. Bore and action are perfect. The custom work performed at the Paris shop is of the highest order and the attention to detail on the innards remind one of a finely made Swiss watch. This revolver is the most exquisite of its type we have seen and may have been made for one of the Salon exhibitions in Paris in the 1880’s. One of a kind exhibition grade double action revolver by the “Tiffany’s” of Paris. 7,500.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 248

248 - (A) PAIR OF INSCRIBED MODEL 1842 ASTON PISTOLS. NSN. Confederate history. Round 8-1/2” steel barrels: one marked “JPC P JH” near breech and other marked “GW P JH”. Swivel ramrods and brass front sights. Flat percussion locks marked “U.S. H. ASTON” in centers and tails stamped “MIDDTN/CONN/1850” on tails. Plain varnished walnut stocks with crisp cartouches, one with “SH” and “W.A.J.”, the other stamped “JH” and W.A.J.” behind side plate. Brass one-piece side plates connected to barrel bands, trigger guards, and butt caps with grip straps, both inscribed with period inscription “Lt. Col. McElrath”. Complete with two black leather saddle holsters with five tin-lined cartridge slots from the period. Also features an extensive archive of detailed information on Lieutenant Colonel McElrath. Both pistols are in very good condition, light grey patina on locks and barrels. Triggers retain most of blue finish, clear markings and crisp cartouches. Some areas of light pitting on and around bolsters. Brass with a mellow, unpolished patina. 1” triangular area behind rear lock tang on one pistol has been expertly repaired and is not easily visible. Pistols are in the same condition and inscriptions on straps match perfectly. Holsters are missing lids, connecting yolk for pommel and cartridge box lids, some losses to backs of holsters otherwise good with scattered scratches from use. Lt. Col. Hugh McDowell McElrath was born on September 6, 1815 and died on October 1, 1863 at Calhoun, Tennessee. He served in The Confederate States Army as General Kirby Smith’s Quartermaster and also under General William R. Boggs in the 3rd Tennessee. He is mentioned in the book The Military Reminisces of General Wm. R. Boggs. There are several copies of letters detailing battles that McElrath participated in. One letter of particular interest was from his friend, P.M. Craigmiles, who was the wealthiest man in Cleveland, TN. He wrote Lt. Col. McElrath on July 11, 1862, asking him to reverse an order he had made to impress all mules, horses, and wagons in Bradley County. He speaks of McElrath’s good character, their friendship, and advises him not to allow the Confederate cause to blur his vision on this issue. There is also a color copy of a Confederate monetary note with his name stamped on the back. A great pair of true Confederate officer’s pistols with real provenance and much more to be discovered. 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 249

249 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 245804. 6” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. Manufactured 1863. Features 6” octagon barrel, five shot, and single action. All metal surfaces are grey-brown patina. Most screws are marred. Barrel and cylinder are re-numbered to gun. Loading lever and screws on trigger guard are replaced and a front sight has been added. Barrel is loose. Muzzle rounded. Very good bore. Does not index. This revolver needs a little help. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 250 250 - (A) MASSACHUSETTS ARMS (SMITH) S.R.C. Serial No. 18841. 21-5/8” barrel in .50 percussion caliber. This carbine was made by the Massachusetts Arms Co. utilizing the Smiths patent of June 23rd, 1857 and stamped agents Poultney & Trimble Baltimore. Manufactured 1861-65. The Board of Ordnance ordered 30,362 Smith carbines during the course of the war, making it the most utilized and successful design of that era. Only the first 11,000 were made by the Massachusetts Arms Co., 7,000 in 1862 and 4,000 in 1863; making this example the earliest and the ones that saw the most service during the war. The Smith carbines were in the hands of the 7th Illinois Cavalry, part of Grant’s Central Mississippi campaign of 1862. It was on hand in the ranks of the 10th New York Cavalry and the second Battle of Bull Run in 1862, and with Company K and L (10th New York) at the Battle of Fredericksburg in December. It was used by the 11th Illinois Cavalry at Vicksburg and during the Gettysburg campaign, the 10th New York and 1st West Virginia were armed with Smith carbines, and it was the West Virginia Cavalry that charged the 1st Texas Infantry on the third day of battle. The history of the Smith carbine in the various battles during the Civil War campaigns is endless and none saw more action than the early Massachusetts Arms examples. This carbine is all original and features part octagon to round barrel, single band, post front sight, carbine ladder rear sight, saddle ring and bar, walnut forend, with walnut buttstock. Barrel is loaded by virtue of a release button in front of trigger that allows the entire forend to tip down. Buttstock has a fine cartouche on left wrist and the name “Lee” has been stamped into the left side of buttstock. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. Frame retains approximately 20% original case colors, some bright. Legends on left side of frame are strong. Saddle ring bar is slightly disfigured. There is a touchmark in the wood on comb at rear of buttplate. Wood is excellent with no cracks, but numerous scars. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore with usual black powder abrasion. A very fine condition carbine that saw action during the greatest struggle this country has ever endured. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 251

251 - (A) PERIOD FULL NICKEL WINCHESTER MOD 1886 RIFLE. Serial No. 99527. 26” barrel in .45-90 caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1895 and features full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting sights, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. This is an interesting rifle in that all metal surfaces with the exception of front and rear sights were period nickel plated. Front and rear sights have remained blued. Barrel legends are easily readable. Tang legends and serial number are light. The bolt is basically bubbled. There is freckling on forend cap, light freckling on frame, freckling on hammer. The loading gate is a blue-brown patina. Balance of the nickel plating approximately 85% is still intact, showing age. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with extra quality grain. Does have a small 1/4” chip at right front wrist at tang. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore with some minor black powder abrasions. Pretty cool old rifle in a great caliber. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

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LOT - 252 252 - (A) EAST INDIAN CLUB BUTT FLINTLOCK FOWLER. NSN. Round 42” barrel in .78 caliber smoothbore with engraved tapering panel terminating a sunburst, two British proof marks on left side near breech. Small notched rear sight and dovetailed bone front sight behind traces of silver spider sight. Rounded lock with East India Company prancing lion stamped in center and reinforced cock, double set triggers. Full length walnut stock with club butt and large relief cheek piece on left side of butt stock, incised curl carved from cheek piece. Brass furniture includes butt plate with stepped bell-shaped finial, square-back trigger guard with deeply etched lines in bow and three sets of three engraved lines across tangs, rear tang terminates in a thumbnail design. Two-piece side plate and very simple ramrod ferrules. Appears to once have had a long nose cap, which is no longer present. Possibly American assembled. Very good condition, steel surfaces have been cleaned bright and now have scattered areas of light pitting, markings clear. Stock very good, as refinishes, with several cracks from age in forend, scattered marks from use. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 253

253 - (A) RARE GERMAN BELLOWS AIR RIFLE WITH CRANK. NSN. .28 caliber (17mm) smoothbore, octagonal 30-1/4” brass-lined barrel with ornamental adjustable rear sight and iron rear tang sight with adjustable elevation, 42-1/2” overall. Barrel has a spring loaded pop-up mechanism with lever to open forward of trigger guard. Barrel pops open at breech when lever is pushed forward. Bellows action located inside wooden lid within buttstock. Bellows is operated by cranking open V-springs with heavy tension, held open by a sear mechanism, which, when released, force air into breech, forcing projectile forward, projectile is loaded at breech. Complete with original hand-forged iron crank with turned wood handle. Mechanism is similar to that of a Wheellock. Rifle features double set triggers and brass trigger guard with finger grooves, brass ramrod ferrules, brass butt plate, and matching full brass side plates on each side of breech, brass barrel tang and tang sight mount, and an iron hinge on forend, which opens when barrel is tipped up. Walnut full-length stock with relief carved cheek piece with relief-carved sprig of foliage on stippled ground towards butt, followed by a small silver oval escutcheon, probably added later. Large wooden lid on right side, which is fastened by three screws and has a brass escutcheon, through which the crank rod protrudes from the butt. This bellows rifle closely resembles a Wheellock rifle, characterized by the finger looped trigger guard, heavy cheek rest, ornamental fixed sight and tang sight, heavy butt, full length fore-end, and double set triggers. Rifle comes with documentation on the bellows air gun. These were probably used for indoor target practice and social shooting by wealthy people. Excellent condition. Barrel with spotted brown patina and a hole drilled on each side about 1” from muzzle. Hinge, flip-up barrel, and bellow mechanisms all excellent and functional. Stock excellent with scattered marks from use. Brass furniture has aged to dark patina. The crank is excellent, with brown patina. This is a very scarce and unique German rifle. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 254

254 - (A) CONTEMPORARY FULL STOCK FLINTLOCK LONG RIFLE. Serial No. 51079. Octagonal 42” barrel with ornate brass front and rear sights. Stamped “W.M. LARGE 51079” on left side near breech. W.M. (Bill) Large lived from 1907 until 1985 and was well-known for making quality barrels that are extremely accurate in his Irontown, Ohio shop. The flat lock with an engraved border, appears to be handmade; double set triggers. Full length figured maple stock with brass furniture. Relief carved scrolls behind cheek piece and on each side of wrist. Four-piece engraved patch box with edelweiss finial. Engraved trigger guard, side plate, nose cap, large eagle with banner above cheek piece and floral barrel key escutcheons. A very nicely-executed contemporary long rifle. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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LOT - 255

255 - (A) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 RIFLE. Serial No. 504597B. 24” barrel in .44-40 WCF. This standard Winchester Model 1873 was manufactured in 1896. It is chambered for the most popular caliber of this model, the .44-40 WCF cartridge. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, original Winchester front and rear sporting sights, blued finished, case colored hammer and lever, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. This is an excellent example of what an untouched, honest, all original gun should look like. The barrel and tube are a mix of blue-brown patina with age spotting and razor sharp barrel legends. Left side of the frame retains approximately 40-50% of the original high polish factory blue with balance turning. Right side is nearly identical. There are traces of case colors on the sides of hammer. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, never touched, with original finish and no cracks or chips of any kind. Strong, near mint, rifled bore. Perfect action. A very fine example of a original 1873 Winchester in the most popular of calibers. Also comes in a solid leather English style carry case with strap. 2,500.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 256 256 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1863 “ZOUAVE” PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. This rifle was made between 1863 and 1865, with a total production of 12, 501. Round 33” barrel marked “1863/VP (Eagle’s head proof) STEEL R.K.A.” near breech, .58 caliber rifled bore. Steel front sight and side-mounted bayonet lug, rear sight with two flip-up leaves. Lock stamped with eagle over “U.S.” in front of hammer along with “REMINGTON’S/ILION N.Y.” and dated “1863” on tail. Walnut stock with brass furniture and steel sling swivels, butt plate marked “US” on top, small brass patch box. Two cartouches stamped behind rear lock screw “RK” and “HDJ”. Steel ramrod. Complete with Yatigan saber bayonet, cast brass hilt stamped “C” and 20” single fuller bright steel blade stamped “I”. Leather scabbard with brass mounts. Good condition, lock and barrel with brown patina and scattered pitting overall, heavier around breech, barrel markings somewhat worn. Stock very good, one cartouche light, scattered marks from use. Brass furniture with unpolished patina and old coating. Bayonet very good, scattered marks from use. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 257 257 - (A) CHARLOTTESVILLE MODEL 1763 FLINTLOCK MUSKET. NSN. Round 44-3/4” barrel with bayonet lug mounted on top near muzzle and breech marked with “D” and small proof mark of crossed quill pens on left side in .75 caliber smoothbore. Flat lock plate with beveled edges engraved “Charleville” in script and crown over “D” proof behind pan. Typical steel Charleville furniture. Walnut stock of full length stamped on left side of buttstock with large “D” and punch-dot initials “JK” on buttstock and behind side plate. Complete with original French Model 1754 socket bayonet with 14 inch triangular blade marked “JB” in two places and surcharged with “US”; good condition with dark patina and some marks from use. Very good condition with steel components retaining a grey patina with scattered dark spots; top jaw screw replaced, probably during period of use. Stock very good with small holes above and below lock tail. Done in period for oiling the lock, scattered marks from use and some minor losses along barrel. Original flintlock. The Charleville was one of the main arms used during the Revolutionary War by both French and American troops alike. This is an excellent example of a very historic musket. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 92

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LOT - 258

258 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 S.R.C. Serial No. 414084B. 20” barrel in .38-40 caliber. According to factory research, this carbine was shipped on April 1, 1892 as a standard .38 caliber carbine. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, carbine post front sight, 1873 dated carbine ladder rear sight, blued finish, saddle ring and stud, and walnut stocks with carbine buttplate. This example is very clean. Metal is basically a soft blue-brown patina with sharp barrel legends. Case colors have darkened. Original walnut stocks are far better than usually found on this model, proud to metal, beautiful original sheen, with no cracks. It is interesting to note that the number “24” is professionally stamped on both the forend and buttstock, which would indicate some sort of rack number as usually found when used by police departments, prisons, and government institutions (mail, railroad, etc). It is a shame the Winchester letters do not give us more information as we can only speculate where this carbine was used. 2,500.00 - 3,750.00

LOT - 259

259 - (A) COLT LARGE FRAME LIGHTNING PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 2079. 20” barrel in .40-60 caliber. Manufactured 1888. This large frame Colt Lightning pump action rifle features a 20” full octagon barrel, half magazine, and has a saddle ring stud on left side of frame. Standard sporting sights, blued finish, two piece walnut forend is plain with no checkering or incisions. Stocks have been refinished and there is a hairline period crack at wrist and repair. Metal was refinished at one time and is now a soft blue-grey patina. Legends are present but light. Action is perfect. Strong bore with usual black powder abrasion. This is a most unusual configuration. Lanyard ring looks to be period to the gun and has left wear marks on receiver. Barrel is 8” shorter than standard rifle; may be period shortened (?). Great Western look. Would make a fine shooter. 2,800.00 - 3,200.00

LOT - 260

260 - (A) WINCHESTER M 1890 CASE COLORED RIFLE. Serial No. 26514. Cal. .22 short, Barrel length 24”. Manufactured in 1894. Features: full octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine loading tube, original Winchester sporting rear sight, Lyman white bead front sight, groove walnut forend, straight walnut butt stock with rifle butt plate. The frame features the scarce and desirable case color finish, of which 80% remains, most is quite bright. There are traces of case colors on the butt plate and hammer. Stocks are finished in a deluxe varnish and are near mint, no cracks, proud to metal. Perfect toe and forearm is mint. Barrel has razor sharp legends and edges and retains 95% of the softening blue finish. Action is perfect, sharp rifling bore with black powder corrosion. Extremely fine 1890 Winchester that retains an extraordinary amount of case colors. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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261 - (A) GWYN & CAMPBELL S.R.C. Serial No. 3980. 19” barrel in .52 percussion caliber. When the war began in 1861 an order was placed by the governor of Illinois for 1,140 carbines to Henry Gross, who at that time had given up his interest in the gun to A.C. Gwyn and E. Campbell. This order was completed in July of 1862, when another order was placed for 2,000 carbines, delivered April of 1863. 2,200 more carbines were delivered in December of 1863. All of these weapons were based on the Gross patent. The first 1,140 were sold under the Cosmopolitan trade name. The October 1862 improvement on the fragile breech became the Gwyn & Campbell Type 2 and were marked “Union Rifle”. Deliveries of these improved carbines began in May of 1864. In all, only 4,002 Type 2 arms were delivered during the Civil War. One of the regiments armed with this carbine was the 6th Illinois Cavalry. Other units known to have used this carbine include the 8th Missouri Calvary, the 3rd U.S. Cavalry colored, the 8th Ohio Cavalry, the 8th Iowa Cavalry, 5th Illinois Cavalry, and 11th Kentucky Cavalry. The offered example remains in spectacular all original condition. the part octagon barrel retains approximately 80% of the dull military matte blue finish and sports a folding ladder military carbine rear sight with post front. Sideplate is stamped “Gwyn & Campbell Pat. 1862 Hamilton O.”. Right side of frame is stamped “Union Rifle”. The hammer retains generous amounts of original case colors, as does frame. Sideplate is a soft patina with some pattern. The serpentine lever has patterned out with bright colors under protected areas. Left side of frame has the saddle ring and bar with approximately 30% colors, some bright. Military inspector marks can be found on barrel and frame. The loading block retains approximately 60% of the brilliant Nitre blue. Top strap shows some Nitre blue and has taken on a straw color. The buttplate is a soft grey patina. Has a one piece walnut rear stock only. Top of the comb has a perfect “W.H.B.” inspector mark. Left side of stock has a perfect “W.H.R.” cartouche in box. Wood is excellent to near mint with just a couple of minor bruises. Strong near mint rifled bore and perfect action. In our estimation, it would be nearly impossible to find a finer all orignal existing Gwyn & Campbell Saddle Ring Carbine. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 262

262 - (A) FINE CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 S.R.C. Serial No. 122847. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Manufactured 1883. This is a beautiful, high condition Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine that has seen a partial expert restoration. The barrel has razor sharp legends. Barrel and tube retain approximately 90% of the expertly reapplied rust blue finish, starting to thin at breech. The frame still retains approximately 85% of the original factory high polish blue finish. Side plates retain approximately 70% of the reapplied Winchester type high polish blue finish. Excellent case colors on hammer and lever. Wood is proud to metal with some added finish. Strong rifling and a perfect action. Really sharp looking .44 carbine. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 263

263 - (A) WHITNEY-VILLE MODEL 1861 NAVY PLYMOUTH RIFLE. Serial No. 5891. Round 34” barrel finished bright, steel front sight and large side mounted bayonet lug, .69 caliber rifled bore, marked at breech “1863/VP (Eagle’s head) F.C.W.” and number “5891” on tang. Unique long range leaf type rear sight to 1,000 yards. First type lock with large eagle motif forward of hammer and marked “WHITNEY-VILLE” and date “1863” stamped at tail, vertically. Black walnut stock with oil finish, steel mounted with “US” stamped on butt plate tang and trigger guard with large spur on rear tang. Encircled “FCW” cartouche behind lock screws; steel ramrod. Complete with period white buff leather sling. Near perfect condition, appears unissued. All surfaces still bright and excellent, bore mint. Stock excellent with a few light storage marks and a very minor chip at front lock screw. This is the finest example we have ever seen. 3,250.00 - 4,500.00 94

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LOT - 264

264 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CIVIL WAR S.R.C. Serial No. C29653. 22” barrel in .52 percussion caliber. Approximately 40,000 New Model 1863 Carbines were manufactured without the patch box. Features a blued round barrel with six groove rifling. The receiver breech block, lock, lever, and triggerplate were case colored. Stocks are walnut. All had the saddle ring and bar and the Lawrence carbine military rear sight. Barrel is stamped “Sharps Rifle Manufg. Co. Hartford, Connecticut New Model 1863”. Patent dates are found on both sides of frame and plates. Left side of the stock has two perfect cartouches; A.W.M. and F.W.R. Both cartouches straddle the saddle bar on left side. Of all the weapons used during the Civil War, the Sharps carbine is easily the most recognizable and has one of the more illustrious careers. On June 30th, 1863, just prior to the Battle of Gettysburg, eight companies with the 8th Illinois Cavalry were armed with Sharps carbines. These saw extensive service in that battle. By the fall of 1863 nearly 90 Cavalry regiments were either partially or totally armed with Sharps carbines, with over 20,000 listed. Almost all of these units were armed with the New Model 1859 and 1863 Sharps. The second Massachusetts was armed with Sharps carbines against Jubal Early’s Confederates. The carbine saw vast use in the march towards Richmond and at Cold Harbor. The list of campaigns during the war, in which a Sharps carbine was not involved would indeed be very small. They were considered the best weapon of its era and were highly sought after by both sides. This example has survived in fantastic all original condition. The barrel retains approximately 80% original factory matte blue finish with some age freckling. The frame retains 30-40% original case colors, as does hammer. The right sideplate retains approximately 60% case colors, some still brilliant. Lever has greyed out, as has buttplate. Bottom of forearm has the perfect “T.W.R.” inspector stamp. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with the usual minor abrasions, and a chip on left forearm forward of barrel band. Perfect action. Strong, near mint, rifled bore. Even with years of conflict behind it, a large majority of these carbines were converted and found their way out West, for the long and tedious Indian Wars that followed. Their service record on both sides was impeccable. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 265

265 - (A) HIGH COND. SPL ORDER WINCHESTER MOD 1873 RIFLE. Serial No. 275919. 24” barrel in .38-40 caliber. Manufactured in 1888. It is a special order full round barrel with button magazine in the very popular English style. It is all original just as it left the factory and has seen very little use. Barrel retains approximately 80-85% of the original factory rust blue finish with razor sharp legends and areas of toning with a bit of minor salt and pepper at muzzle. Has the original Winchester sporting front and rear sights. Forend cap retains approximately 75% of the original high polish blue. Frame is brilliant. Retains approximately 85-90% of the factory high polish mirror blue finish with nice traces of case colors on lever and hammer. Walnut stocks are proud to metal. No cracks or chips of any kind. Most of the stock retains the extra finish with the original gloss intact. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. This is an extremely fine high condition Model 1873 special order rifle. The bluing on the frame can only be described as lustrous. Factory research indicates this gun shipped August 27th, 1888 as a .38 caliber round barrel with half magazine. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 266

266 - (A) FULL STOCK PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE. NSN. Circa 1820. Octagonal 38” barrel is unsigned and held in place with brass barrel keys, dovetailed brass front sight, notched rear sight and 3-3/4” tang in .52 caliber rifled bore with punch decorated muzzle face. Flat flintlock marked “WARRANTED”, rounded tail. Full length figured maple stock with incised carved scrolls on left side of buttstock behind cheek piece and on both sides of wrist. Set of incised lines carved along forend. Four-piece patch box with Edelweiss finial and star deeply engraved around each screw formed by a series of lines, rocker panel engraved borders. Plain brass faceted trigger guard and ramrod thimbles, I-shaped toe plate with rocker panel engraving and stars around screws en suite with patch box, 3-1/4” wear plate forward of trigger guard. Solid side plate deeply engraved to match patch box. Oval silver wrist escutcheon is vacant, round oval inlay behind escutcheon on wrist and silver eight-point Moravian star inlaid above cheek piece, mounted with screw in center. Dark patina on barrel, lock is reconverted to flint, brass with unpolished mellow patina. Stock with several cracks in wrist area and repaired from being broken in two pieces at center of lock; missing ramrod. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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LOT - 267

267 - (A) SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 1ST MODEL RIFLE. Serial No. 3335. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1875, third year of production. It is a scarce First Model that features the thumbprint dustcover that rides within frame and no caliber designation (proper for First Model). Other features inlcude full round barrel and full magazine. Sharp barrel legends. This rifle has survived in fine all original condition. The barrel and tube are basically a grey patina with age spotting. Sideplates have silvered out with traces of blue. Sides of frame have approximately 75% of a mix of blue and brown patina, some still bright. Wood fits tight but is slightly shy to metal, so it was probably freshened up at one time. Loading gate still has 50% of the high polish blue finish. Action is perfect. Strong, rifled bore. An extremely clean, fine First Model .44. 3,750.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 268

268 - (A) NEAR MINT WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 53635. .45-90 WCF caliber with a 26” barrel. Manufactured 1891. At first glance, this rifle appears to be an almost new example. The full octagon barrel and magazine retain virtually all of the blue finish and sport original Winchester sights. The frame, hammer, lever, nose cap, and buttplate retain all of the beautiful Winchester quality case colors, and the oil finished walnut stocks are near mint with the exception of one small sliver right side at wrist. Upon close examination, it was discovered that this rifle has been restored to near new condition, the quality of which Winchester themselves would be proud. Rifle has an original tang sight. Near mint rifle bore and perfect action. Blued finish is a Winchester quality rust blue. Bolt retains all of the blue finish. High polished blue on loading gate. Spectacular as new Winchester Model 1886 rifle in the popular .45-90 caliber. Stunning! 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

LOT - 269

269 - (A) SPL ORDER HEAVY BARREL WINCHESTER 1885 HI-WALL. Serial No. 53213. 32” barrel in .32-40 WCF caliber. This special order rifle was manufactured in 1890. It features an extra length, heavy weight, half octagon barrel in the popular .32-40 cartridge. Has a set trigger. The barrel was made without provision for a rear sight. Has a globe front sight and retains approximately 85-90% of the factory blue finish with razor sharp legends. Frame has traces of case colors, especially in hidden areas. Has a checkered deluxe walnut forend with black ebony inset and deluxe checkering that is somewhat worn. Deluxe pistol grip checkered walnut stock with fiery grain and black ebony inset on pistol grip. Stock is excellent with beautiful grain, checkered, with roll-over cheek piece and nickel plated Swiss buttplate. The forend has the extension off hand wooden palm rest. Blues have most of the Nitre finish present. Screws still retain a generous amount of their Nitre blue as well. Fine action. Strong, clean, rifled bore. A truly fine special order heavy barrel Winchester Model 1885 single shot rifle. Factory research indicates it was shipped from warehouse February 8th, 1892; sights are listed as mid-range Vernier and wind-gauge - no rear sight slot; Swiss buttplate, Swiss cheek piece. This rifle letters all the way but there is no notation as to palm rest. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00 96

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LOT - 270

270 - (A) WINCHESTER 1886 .45-90 CASE COLORED W/ HISTORY. Serial No. 89613. 26” barrel in .45-90 caliber. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, original Winchester sporting sights, case colored frame, lever, hammer, nose cap and walnut stocks. This is an interesting rifle in that it comes with paperwork dated August 24th, 1940 in a certificate of registration of rifle to Frederick W. Lyall, British subject Birmingham, Saskatchewan. Occupation: grain buyer. Racial origin: Irish, used for sporting purposes. It is interesting that this rifle in listed as a Winchester Model 1907 in .45-90 caliber, lever action, serial No. 89613. It has been approved by Sargent A.E. Smith of the RCMP Melville, Saskatchewan. There is also a letter detailing how this rifle was acquired from Mrs. Lyall after her husband died where she states that this rifle has been in one family since new, according to her. The barrel and tube retain generous amounts of original factory blue finish, mixing with patina, with sharp legends and edges. The left side of the frame retains approximately 20-30% case colors with the balance patterned and nickeled out. Right side of frame retains flashes of color. Loading gate has 10% blue. Bolt retains 95% of the brilliant blue. Traces of color on lever and hammer. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, never touched, no cracks, with just a few usual minor abrasions. Strong clean bore. It appears as if Mr. Lyall used and took very good care of this firearm. 4,000.00 - 7,000.00

LOT - 271

271 - (A) COLT LARGE FRAME LIGHTNING PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 5333. 28” barrel in .40-60-260 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1891. The Colt slide action large frame large bore repeater was a formidable weapon in its time. Chambered for the large calibers capable of killing any North American game and were used in the large frame Winchesters and Marlins but with a “Lightning” fast slide action. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, blued finish, two piece checkered walnut forend, plain walnut straight grip stock with rifle butt. This rifle has survived in fine overall condition. The barrel and tube a smooth mixing of blue with brown patina with razor sharp barrel legends. Sports the German silver knife blade front sight and the original sporting rear sight. The frame retains 10-20% of the original high polish blue with the balance a blue-brown patina to perfectly match the barrel and magazine. Checkered walnut forend is in excellent condition. Stock is slightly shy to metal, was freshened at one time, with some usual dings, but is in excellent condition as well. While not shiny, the bore exhibits strong sharp rifling, and the action is flawless. A very handsome large frame Lightning indeed. 5,000.00 - 7,500.00

LOT - 272

272 - (A) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 1ST MODEL RIFLE. Serial No. 21575. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. This rifle was shipped on July 11th, 1877 as a round barrel, full magazine standard rifle with the exception of the special order set trigger. The barrel and tube are a lovely mix of soft blue-brown patina, as is nose cap. Standard Winchester sporting front sight. Has a replaced sporting rear sight. Has the early oval thumbprint dust cover, not raised. Top of the frame has flashes of brilliant blue. Right side of frame has 20-30% brilliant blue, balance softening to a blue-brown patina. Left side is basically soft brown patina with some minor storage/cleaning marks. Traces of color on hammer. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Strong rifled bore and perfect action. Extremely nice, untouched all original Model 1873 early 1st Model with a lovely antique appearance. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

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LOT - 273

273 - (A) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 RIFLE. Serial No. 112780A. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. This rifle was shipped in February 16th, 1883 with an octagon barrel, plain trigger, checkered stock, pistol grip, half magazine, and case hardened. This rifle exists in that same configuration. The full octagon barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina with razor sharp legends and sharp edges with the original Winchester front and rear sporting sights. The frame is basically a soft grey-brown patina with some case colors in hidden recesses. Hammer has traces of case colors. The deluxe grain walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with sharp checkering and beautiful grain with the ebony inset at pistol grip. Strong clean rifled bore. Very handsome deluxe case colored 73. It appears the only thing that has been done to this gun is some stock oil has been wiped on both forend and buttstock. Rifle has a great look. 4,500.00 - 7,500.00

LOT - 274

274 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 SPL ORDER CASE HARDENED RIFLE. Serial No. 217433B. 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF caliber. This special order Winchester was shipped on September 14th, 1886. Features a full octagon barrel, half (button) magazine, plain trigger, case hardened. The full octagon barrel retains approximately 75% original factory blue with sharp edges and barrel legends with original Winchester sporting front and rear sights. The nose cap, frame, lever hammer, and buttplate are case colored. Nose cap retains traces of case colors, balance has faded and freckled out. Frame retains approximately 70% case colors on top, bottom, and both sides. Some brilliant mixed with some patina and age freckling. The extra finish walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, never refinished, with the usual dings. Right side of buttstock at plate has a 3/4” barely noticeable stress crack. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore. 4,500.00 - 7,500.00

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LOT - 275

275 - (A) DELUXE ENGRAVED WARNER CARBINE. Serial No. 1849. 20” barrel in .56-50 Spencer caliber. This is a variant Warner carbine by Greene Rifle Works of Worcester, Massachusetts. 2,500 of these carbines were delivered between February and March of 1865. Features the all brass frame, round barrel, single band, military style folding rear sight, blade front sight, single shot, with walnut stocks. This is an unusual rifle in that it subsequently ended up in Great Britain, the barrel having numerous British proof marks. At such time, the frame was beautifully hand engraved and nickel finished and the wrist and forend were hand checkered. According to Flayderman, a New York dealer bought most of the surplus Warner carbines and resold them to France for use in the Franco-Prussian War. It is highly probable that this dealer upgraded this carbine for sale to a client in England. The barrel is a brown-grey patina mix, as is barrel band. The beautifully engraved frame, trigger guard, block and tangs retain approximately 90% of the period nickel plating with flashes of the brass frame showing through. The checkered walnut stocks are in excellent condition, proud to metal. Buttplate retains approximately 50% of this nickel finish with brass showing through. Strong rifled bore with usual black powder abrasion. It is interesting to note that the 2,500 Greene-Warner carbines were all delivered to the Ordnance department in February and March of 1865 and were too late to have seen any use in the war, which is how they ended up being sold as surplus and this carbine being upgraded and sold to an English client. This is obviously a one of a kind Warner carbine. 5,000.00 - 7,000.00

LOT - 276

276 - (A) GERMAN WHEELLOCK RIFLE. NSN. Octagonal 26-3/16” swamped steel barrel in .62 caliber multi-grooved rifled bore with dovetailed brass front sight and notched rear sight with relief leaf finial and flip up elevation leaf, marked on top flat “.16.61.” with “W N R” crossing through the center with one letter on each barrel flat. Flat lock plate with tail finial in the shape of an acorn, edges of springs decorated and face of cock engraved with gargoyle faces and a serpent eating its tail. Steel double set triggers, front post trigger, steel toe plate and trigger guard shaped with three finger grooves, in familiar fashion. Full length walnut stock with borders and foliage on each section of buttstock and top of buttstock carved with initials “FH”. Right side of buttstock has a replaced fluted wood patch box, thin horn butt plate with small turned steel butt rest near top. Forend with series of horizontal lines and a deep fluted molding. Left side of buttstock with more extensive foliage engraving and a large oval-shaped bone inlay engraved “PK DR” with for sets of three graduated circles in the style of a compass rose. Engraved round floral bone lock screw escutcheons, bone nose cap and replaced wooden ramrod with bone tip. Excellent condition, light grey patina on all steel components. Stock excellent, some minor storage marks; patch box replaced. 6,500.00 - 8,500.00

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LOT - 277

277 - (A) COMMITTEE OF SAFETY STYLE MUSKET W/ BAYONET. NSN. A fine and scarce American made musket with Long Land furniture and styled after the Committee of Safety muskets. In very dry “as found” condition, has never been cleaned. Round 38-7/8” barrel with bayonet lug 1-9/16” from muzzle in .79 caliber smoothbore. Breech with a 3/8” concave ring surrounded by set of two engraved lines on each side, also marked with an asterisk and a “C”. British military type 6-7/8” lock with plate and cock having an engraved double-line border and single screw behind cock. Inside of lock stamped “WG 66” with fleur de lis finial on frizzen spring. Cherry colored stock with unusually high comb and large drop, beavertail carving around barrel tang and slight bulge around entry ferrule, finish has crazed on some surfaces. Elongated panels of unusual length carved around lock and side plate. Brass furniture similar to a 1st Model Brown Bess, but unmarked and probably American made. Rounded serpentine side plate, trigger guard with early fleur de lis type finial at rear, and 5-1/2” three-step top of butt plate terminating in ball finial. Wrist escutcheon terminates at bottom in a point and a screw goes through center of inlay, similar to the Maryland muskets. The nose cap is made of sheet brass and fastened on both sides by a small brass pin. Four ramrod ferrules, all differing from the British pattern, the last two are trumpeted towards the muzzle. Steel ramrod, replaced during the period of use, as the original was wood. Complete with First Model Brown Bess bayonet with a 17” triangular blade marked “S. DAWES 2” near top and engraved large “6” on 4” throated socket. Very good condition, unaltered and “as found”, with dry and uncleaned surfaces overall. Lock and barrel have a dark brown even patina overall, lock is original flint. Brass furniture has a dark patina, stock is excellent with scattered marks from use and a small crack forward of lock and a few age cracks on forend. Bayonet is associated, but in very good condition with clear markings and dark brown patina. This musket is very similar to both early Brown Bess muskets and American Committee of Safety muskets, the only difference is in the shorter barrel, which is the length of an officer’s fusil barrel. This is an excellent example of a very historic Revolutionary War period musket in excellent condition. 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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LOT - 278

278 - (A) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 313176. 32” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Offered is a deluxe Winchester Model 1873 rifle with an extremely rare extra length 32” full octagon barrel with full magazine and two hangers. Factory letter reads: Rifle Casehardened .44 Caliber Barrel Length: 32 inches Barrel Shape: Octagon Set Trigger Checkered stock with pistol grip Shotgun butt with rubber buttplate Received and chipped 10-19-1889 This rare deluxe rifle letters all the way, including the set trigger. The barrel, tube, and hangers retain 98% of the reapplied rust blue finish. Frame colors have patinaed out. The deluxe walnut checkered stock features beautiful grain, checkering worn, slightly shy to metal, forearm checkering still shows pattern but is smooth and is slightly shy to metal. Strong rifled bore with usual abrasion. Fine action. Handsome deluxe 1873 with rarely seen 32” barrel. 12,500.00 - 14,000.00

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LOT - 279

279 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 DELUXE SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 8040. 30â&#x20AC;? barrel in caliber .45-75 WCF caliber. According to the factory letter this rifle was manufactured as follows: Rifle Casehardened Barrel Length: 30 inches Barrel Shape: Octagon Plain Trigger Checkered stock with pistol grip Sights: Sporting rear Received and Shipped from warehouse: 2-6-1878 Note: Original shipping date lined out, replaced, shipped 11-15-1886. The existing rifle conforms to all factory information. This early rifle has the thumbprint dust cover, no caliber markings. Case colors on frame have patterned out to gun metal grey-nickel appearance. Traces of color on hammer. Lever is brown patina. Barrel has razor sharp legends. Retains approximately 80% original factory blue with high edge wear mixed with patina. The magazine is a soft brown-grey patina with no dents. No color on cap or butt. Varnish deluxe checkered walnut stocks are excellent. Checkering is still sharp. Action is perfect. Strong, clean rifled bore. An extremely fine condition all original deluxe 1876 with extra length barrel that letters all the way. 14,500.00 - 17,500.00

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LOT - 280

280 - (A) HENRYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PATENT LEVER ACTION REPEATING RIFLE. Serial No. 6685. 24â&#x20AC;? barrel in .44 rimfire caliber. This rifle was produced in 1864. Standard features include two piece full octagon barrel and magazine tube, brass frame, walnut stock, and rifle butt. The Henry rifle was the first successful lever action repeating firearm that paved the way for the famous line of Winchester rifles. Given the short production period and the fact that no collection of Winchesters would be complete without at least one example, and that most saw very hard use, finding an all original attic-find untouched Henry is getting exceedingly difficult. This example has sharp barrel legend, rear barrel mounted folding ladder rear sight filling the only rear sight slot cut on rifle. Original front sight. Barrel and tube are a mottled mix of brown and gun metal patina. The lovely brass frame has turned a dark mustard hue. Side plates are the same color as the body of the frame with a nice tight fit but does have some mars at the top on right side. The Hammer and lever are basically brown patina. The inside lower tang is stamped 6685 and matches serial number on barrel. Original walnut stock is also stamped 6685 in upper tang cut. Left side of stock has the original sling swivel installed. Rifle sports very rare original tang sight. Brass buttplate is also stamped 6685. Neither of the buttplate screws have serial numbers. Buttplate has never been cleaned or polished. Original walnut stocks are in excellent condition; no cracks, chips, or repairs of any kind, retaining the majority of the original finish with some bubbling/abrasion on right side. Wood to metal fit at both upper and lower tang is flawless. Left side frame screws show very light marring. Lower frame screws are marred. Comes with a Waterston Arsenal 1864 U.S. leather bullet pouch with contemporary wood block. Overall, an extremely fine, unmessed with Civil War era Henry rifle that needs no apologies with a lovely, honest, homogenous look. 18,000.00 - 27,000.00

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LOT - 281

281 - (A) DOCUMENTED CIVIL WAR HENRY REPEATING RIFLE. Serial No. 2524. 24” barrel in .44 rimfire. The serial number on this Henry rifle, manufactured 1863, is correct for the 66 Illinois Western Sharpshooters Company. There is also a letter dated May 20th, 1967 from Joe Piggott stating this rifle belonged to “Your Great Grandfather (Dear Tom)” Gideon Perry Jolly of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, who was a member of the home guard during the Civil War. The rifle itself is a standard Henry rifle with no militia markings. Barrel and tube are a mix of dark brown patina and gun metal grey with sharp legends. Sports a military style single leaf folding sight in the barrel slot. There is a rear receiver sight slot cut that does not appear to have ever had a sight installed. Frame is a lovely mustard color, never cleaned. The plates fit perfectly with razor sharp edges. Hammer and lever are a soft brown patina. The inside lower tang is numbered to barrel. Buttstock is numbered to gun inside upper tang. Left side of walnut buttstock has the original lanyard loop. Rifle still sports its original leather sling with brass hook for front loop with brass buckle; intact with no repairs. Walnut buttstock is in excellent condition with no cracks or repairs, and the majority of its original finish. Wood to metal fit at tangs is perfect. Left frame lever screw is replaced, done during the period. The brass buttplate is numbered to gun on inside, as are both of the buttplate screws also numbered to gun. In addition, this rifle comes with the four piece oak and nickel cleaning rod. A beautiful untouched Civil War Henry rifle that can be identified to a specific Civil War Company by serial number as used in the Civil War. 25,000.00 - 35,000.00

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LOT - 282 282 - (A) FULL STOCK PERCUSSION BENCH RIFLE. NSN. Octagon 39-3/4”heavy target barrel in .65 caliber rifled bore with false muzzle stamped “DS” on left flat, near breech. Dovetailed hooded front sight with piece of carved bone filling another dovetail forward of sight, permanent notched rear ramp sight is missing ramp, closer to tang is a unique peep sight of wood framed steel, empty sight dovetail on each side. Flat lock was probably originally flint, lock plate unmarked. Heavy full-length stock without finish and having recessed flat section for rest towards the muzzle with two iron spikes protruding to keep rifle in place. Carved cheek piece wrapped with rawhide with generous traces of hair on left side of butt stock. Made without butt plate. Plain flat steel side plate held in place by six screws, plain sheet steel trigger guard, and double set triggers. Fair condition, heavy dark brown patina and heavy wear on steel components. Heavy pitting near breech, action does not function. Stock dark and having scattered marks from use. Some losses around lock and breech, scattered minor cracks. Includes documentation which states that this rifle came from the Hershey Museum auction on April 28, 2012. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 285

283 - (C) PRE WAR/ POST WAR COLT MODEL 1911 38 SUPER. Serial No. 63390. 5” barrel, Cal .38 Super. This pistol was manufactured in 1948. Colt resumed production of the Model 1911 .38 Super in 1946. They introduced the new finish that year which featured the high polish blue on the sides of the frame and slide with the new matte finish on the top of slide and base. During this era they were still using various pre war parts until the supply was exhausted. Hence these guns will be found with the mixture of pre war and post war parts. Features: serrated slide stop, checkered safety, checkered non-spur hammer, serrated arched mainspring housing, WWII era Keyes style brown composite grips and a short serrated trigger. Pistol sports standard war era style wind-drift rear sight, fixed front sight. Pistol remains in all original condition, retaining 95% original factory finish. There is light high edge slide and muzzle wear and one spot of minor salt and pepper finger nail size area under the right grip panel. Barely noticeable. Fine bore and action. comes with one original Colt marked magazine. Barrel is often referred to as a “Fat Barrel”. Extremely fine condition, pre war-post war Super .38 pistol. 1,700.00 - 2,400.00 284 - (C) MODEL 1906 MODEL SWISS POLICE LUGER. Serial No. 13902. 4-3/4” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. This is referred to as the Cross and Shield Model. Correct serial range, manufactured by DWM. Features logo on toggle, blued finish, grip safety, checkered walnut grips, and aluminum magazine with wood bottom. Metal sides not numbered. Grips are stamped inside “X&G” and are in near mint condition. Beautiful straw colors on treated parts. All matching numbers. 98-99% original factory blue finish with a hint of light wear on left shield and forward rail. Some toning on safety, light high edge wear on right rail. Overall a spectacular example of an early Swiss Luger. 1,700.00 - 3,750.00 285 - (C) CHINESE BROOMHANDLE MODEL C-96 REMOVABLE MAG. Serial No. 13334. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This is an early Chinese version of the Mauser Broomhandle Model C-96. Resembles any standard C-96 Model. Features the blued finish with the long range rear tangent sight with grooved walnut grips and lanyard ring. This pistol has matching serial number on slide and both magazines. These pistols have become highly desirable as is features the detachable magazine, which can be removed from gun, and can fire the readily available 9mm cartridge. Comes with the original short magazine which is flush at trigger guard, as well as the extended magazine which rests in the side pouch of the shoulder stock holster that is included. Has Chinese characters on left side of frame and logo on right side of frame. Inside grip strap is stamped “China”. Pistol does not appear to have been fired since finished. Has a fire blue extractor and 98% of the dull matte military style blue. It appears to be of very good quality, although some of the polishing is not nearly as nice as those made in Germany, and you can see some machining marks and rough metal under finish. Bore and action are fine. Comes with a wooden shoulder stock holster, leather harness, and two magazines. These high quality Chinese Broomhandle Mausers are no longer being imported into the United States and have seen a drastic increase in value in the past year. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 286

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286 - (C) U.S. COLT MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 1660903. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Manufactured in 1944. Standard 1944 mid-war U.S. Colt 1911 A1 semi-automatic pistol. Left side of slide has patent sates with Colt pony in center. Proof “P” on top. Light high edge slide wear. Retains 98% of the military phosphate finish with sharp legends. No serial number on slide. Right side of frame is stamped “United States Property M 1911 A1 U.S. Army” with partial Ordnance wheel. Left side of frame has “G.H.D.” (Guy Dewey) stamp with proof “P”. Has checkered short wide spur hammer, checkered safety, checkered slide stop, serrated arched mainspring housing with loop, short checkered trigger, and brown Keyes style composite grips (no star). Barrel is blued and stamped “Colt .45 Auto” with an excellent bore. Standard blued magazine. Frame has a light drag line, likewise retains 98% of the military phosphate finish. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

287 - (C) 1934 CODE BYF LUGER & CAPTURE PAPERS. Serial No. 8630. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured by Mauser for the German military, byf was assigned to Mauser. This is stamped 42 above chamber. Standard configuration, blued finish and checkered walnut grips. No straw colors. Salt blued. All matching numbers with the exception of black plastic bottom magazine and grips have inspectors marks but no numbers. Fine condition, all original, early war Luger. About the only wear to be found is on rails, sideplate, and muzzle. Still retains 95% or better finish with a fine bore and action. Magazine is stamped “fxo” with Waffenamt. Waffenamt stamps on right side of frame and barrel. Comes in a fine original bmd42 holster with extra plastic bottom magazine and takedown tool. The capture papers assign this weapon to Alec Visnic dated January 26th, 1946 naming this Luger by serial number along with holster and two clips for above. There is also a notarized letter about how the consignor obtained this weapon; stating that Alec Visnic was also stationed in Italy during the War. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

288 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 A1 U.S. ARMY PISTOL. Serial No. 1130114. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Manufactured 1943. Offered is a fine example of a standard mid-war U.S. Colt Model 1911 A1 service pistol. Left side of frame has the “G.H.D.” inspector mark of Guy Dewey with proof “P”. Right side of frame is stamped “United States Property” and “M1911A1 U.S. Army” on left side. Right side of frame has the Ordnance wheel that still shows raw metal. Slide has matching serial number with the tone line at 2-1/4”. Has all proper early parts to include short checkered wide spur hammer, arched checkered mainspring housing with loop, checkered slide stop and safety. Blued barrel is stamped :Colt .45 Auto” on left side and has a near mint bore. Blued pin base magazine. Features brown plastic Keyes style grips with no circle “K”, No. 4 and No. 12. There is a light takedown line. Otherwise pistol retains 97-98% of the matte military finish. All legends and edges are sharp. Slide shows minimal high edge wear, even has virtually all the original finish on the frame including grip strap. Pistol comes with an original Boyt 1945 holster, canvas belt, and 1918 Mills magazine pouch with two extra magazines. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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289 - (M) COLT ROYAL BLUE 8” PYTHON REVOLVER. Serial No. K19379. .357 magnum caliber with an 8” barrel. Manufactured in 1981. the 8” barrel Python was not introduced until 1980. It rates a three on the rarity scale, with five being the highest. Features include vent rib, full lug, adjustable sights, royal blue finish, six shot, double action, Colt Pachmayr gold medallion presentation grips, with wide target and serrated trigger. The revolver has ever so light drag line, a couple of minor storage spots. 99% original factory high polish blue finish. Near perfect bore and action. Comes in a soft case with original instructions. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 290 290 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 363045. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured September ‘41 to December ‘41. Has the proper September 1941 barrel, proper type one flush nut rear sight, proper bolt stamped “D28287-2SA”. Correct trigger group stamped “D28290-5-SA”. Stock has the correct cartouche on left side stamped “S.A. G.H.S.” (Gilbert Stewart November ‘41 to June ‘42); cartouche is light and only partially visible. Has the serif “P” is circle on wrist. TE reading of ‘3’ and an ME reading of ‘2+’. Frame retains approximately 90% of the dark military phosphate finish, as does barrel. Trap assembly and front sight are gun metal grey. Stock is very good to excellent, dark, with usual dings. This is a true Pearl Harbor era M1 Garand. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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291 - (C) FINE DWM 1914 ARTILLERY LUGER. Serial No. 1888. 8” barrel in 9mm caliber. The Model 1914 Artillery Luger was manufactured from 1914 to 1918. This example was made in 1917 and is stamped on chamber. DWM logo on toggle. Features the long range military rear sight, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, with straw colors on trigger, safety, lock bolt, and extractor. This pistol has all matching numbers including wood bottom magazine, with the exception of walnut checkered grips that are not numbered. Pistol remains in almost pristine condition retaining 97% of the original factory finish, just a hint of high edge wear in a few places, some blue-brown patina on grip straps, and a hint of muzzle wear. Barely any wear on sideplate. One of the finest examples we have seen. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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292 - (C) S/42 DATED CHAMBER LUGER (1938). Serial No. 3070. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Dated 1938 on the chamber, this is the scarcest year of this series. pistol exhibits the post-1937 salt-blued finish which also eliminated the straw colors. This pistol has all matching numbers including checkered walnut grips with the exception of the aluminum bottom magazine that is 9125. Left side of slide has the Waffenamt stamps. It would be hard to imagine a finer example of a 1938 S/42 existing, especially given the fragile bluing process. There is some light wear on sideplate and rail. The majority of these Lugers saw heavy use as they were made for the German military from 1936 to 1940. Seldom does one surface in such fine condition showing virtually no wear other than that already described. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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293 - (C) 1906 SWISS CROSS & SHIELD POLICE LUGER. Serial No. 11693. 4-3/4” carrel in 7.65mm caliber. These pistols were manufactured by DWM for military contract sales in Switzerland. Collectors refer to this as the Police Model but most appear to have been for military issue. Serial range for the cross and shield is 10000 to 15215. This pistol falls directly in that range. Features the Swiss shield on chamber; DWM on toggle; blued finish; checkered walnut grips; straw colors on takedown lug, trigger, safety, and extractor. This model comes with grip safety. No serial number stamped on grips but they are period and all original. Has a “P47” stamp on lower frame. Wood bottom magazine has large aluminum side disc as seen on page 129 in the book “Lugers at Random”. Swiss cross on barrel and side of frame. This pistol remains in near new condition with barely a hint of wear on rail and sideplate. Brilliant star colors on trigger and extractor. Fine bore and action. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 294 - (C) UNFIRED BLACK BOX COLT S.A.A. (1956). Serial No. 5911SA. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the Colt Factory letter, this was one of three guns shipped to Camfour Inc. in Springfield, Massachusetts on August 15th, 1956. It was a standard blue and case colored single action with the black Colt composition grips. Revolver shows virtually no signs of any wear. No visible drag line. All original brilliant finish. Screws are perfect. Mint grips, bore, and action. Assembly No. 931 on frame, loading gate, and cylinder. Revolver is housed in an original black box, the type used from 1940 through 1959. There is no end label on the box, nor is there any residue where one may have been removed. Box does have some wear on edges. Comes with the original warranty card and manual. Would be impossible to find a nicer example of this first year post-war Colt. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 295 - (C) EARLY COLT 2ND GEN. S.A.A. Serial No. 32959SA. 4-3/4” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the factory letter, this revolver was shipped October 7th, 1960 to Church Sporting Goods in Herrin, Illinois in a one gun shipment with blued finish and stocks not listed. Gun matches the letter with the blue and case colored finish. This revolver sports two piece walnut grips, standard design with light oil finish, no gloss. Grips are pencil marked inside 959 and serial number is stamped twice inside backstrap and trigger guard assembly. Revolver does not appear to have been fired. Appears in almost new condition inside and out. Does not even have a perceptible drag line. This is an unusual factory one gun order in that it has the plain two piece smooth walnut grips that were standard on nickel plated and Buntline models only. These were an extra cost and listed in the Colt catalog as optional. The first 4-3/4” .45 caliber Second Generation revolver was not produced until 1958. The “Post War Colt SAA” by George Garton does not list any totals for 4-3/4” blued guns shipped with walnut grips, but these numbers would be extremely low. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 296 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 U.S. ARMY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 192605. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. Manufactured 1917. Standard issue World War I military. Left side of frame has the “G.H.S.” inspector stamp (Gilbert Stewart 1915-1918). Slide has the patent dates with the pony at rear. Right side of slide stamped “Model of 1911 U.S Army”. The blued barrel has the “HP” stamp in line with bore, no serifs. This was used from serial numbers 110 to 425. Has all proper parts to include correct sights, wide spur checkered hammer, checkered safety, checkered slide stop, diamond checkered walnut grips, flat mainspring housing with lanyard stamped “H165”, long smooth trigger, two tone magazine without lanyard. Fine clean bore. This 1917 remains in excellent condition. Slide has only minor high edge wear with some minor thinning, as does frame. Even the front grip straps retain the majority of their original finish. About the only flaking is some blue-brown patina on mid-right side of frame. An exceptional 1917. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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297 - (C) 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER PISTOL. Serial No. 36051. 4-3/4” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. These pistols were manufactured by DWM for commercial sales in the United States. Production numbers vary from 7,500 to 8,500 total. DWM is engraved in scroll on front link. American crest above chamber. Features blued finish, checkered walnut grips, and matching numbers. Frame has the German export stamp. Grips are not numbered, early grip safety. Pistol has seen some holster wear on high edges, exhibits freckling and patina on grip straps. Barrel retains 95% blue. Frame has some minor freckling and approximately 80% blue. Fine bore. Later aluminum magazine. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 298 298 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 1137543. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured in December ‘42 to March ‘43. Has the proper SA January 1943 barrel and correct box cartouche “S.A. F.McF” (Earl McFarland June ‘42 - July ‘43). Has the serif “P” proof on wrist. Correct bolt stamped “D28287-12-SA”. Has the correct Lockbar type three rounded rear sight, correct trigger assembly stamped “D28290-12-SA”. TE reading of ‘2’ and an ME reading of ‘1’. Has a period tan canvas sling. Frame retains 95% of the green phosphate finish, as does barrel. This is an extremely nice early war M1 Garand. 2,500.00 - 3,000.00

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299 - (C) 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER. Serial No. 44159. 4-3/4” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. Manufactured by DWM for commercial sales in the U.S. Approximately 7,500 to 8,500 manufactured. Pistol has all matching numbers with the exception of the grips and magazine that are not numbered. Typical configuration with blued finish, straw colored small parts to include takedown lug, trigger, safety, and extractor. American crest on chamber. “DWM” on toggle. Stamped “Germany” on the frame for export. This pistol remains in excellent all original condition with just some very light rail wear and touch on plate. Still retains 99% finish including strap. Brilliant straw colors. Fine bore and action. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

300 - (M) BOXED COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 41138E. 4” barrel in .357 magnum caliber. This Python features the Type Three checkered wood grips but this pair has the silver Colt custom shop medallion; the grips are very dark and appear to be ebony or rosewood. Standard features include full factory nickel finish, vent rib, solid underlug, blued adjustable target rear sight, blued front sight, wide spur target hammer, thin serrated nickel trigger. Cylinder shows signs of having been fired and there is a light drag line, but revolver has seen only light use with small typical surface scratches from storage. Still retains 99% original Colt factory nickel finish. Bore and action are fine. Grips are near mint. Comes in the styrofoam box with booklets and an outer wood grain box with no end label. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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301 - (C) BOXED S&W SECOND MODEL SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Serial No. 2268. Caliber is .22 l.r., barrel length is 10”. This Smith & Wesson single barrel target pistol was only manufactured from 1905 to 1909. It is a top break. Was manufactured without a cylinder. Finished in Smith & Wesson royal blue with the Smith & Wesson black composite logo grips that have the patent date Aug. 30. 92 on left panel. This is the only example of this fine pistol we have ever seen that is accompanied by its original purple hinged box with proper tan end label. The pistol itself remains in superb all original condition retaining approximately 97% original high polish factory blue with the majority of the wear being some finish loss at the muzzle and left side of barrel from sitting in the box. Brilliant case colors on hammer and trigger guard. Grips are mint, action perfect, mint bore. Exceedingly rare pistol in its own right and impossible to find in its original box. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

302 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 A1 .38 SUPER FAT BARREL. Serial No. 52919. Barrel length is 5”, .38 super cartridge. Manufactured in 1947. Often referred to as the pre-war post-war as it used a mix of pre-war post-war parts. The Supers of this era with the fat barrels are extremely difficult to find in high condition. This pistol has all proper standard parts to include the high polish blue on side of frame and side with the new matte finish on top of slide introduced in the late 1946. This pistol has the pre-war style checkered hammer and slide stop with the serrated trigger. Has a post-war serrated arched main spring housing and sports the WWII Keyes style brown plastic grip panels. This pistol has a hint of drag line with some light edge muzzle loader. Still retains approximately 95% original finish. Grips are near mint, fine bore and action. Beautiful early post war .38 super. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

303 - (C) CASED CHINESE BROOMHANDLE C-96 REMOVABLE MAG. Serial No. 5734. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This is an early Chinese version of the Mauser Broomhandle Model C-96. Resembles any standard C-96 Model. Features the blued finish with the long range rear tangent sight with grooved walnut grips and lanyard ring. This pistol has matching serial number on slide and both magazines. These pistols have become highly desirable as it features the detachable magazine, which can be removed from gun, and can fire the readily available 9mm cartridge. Comes with the original short magazine which is flush at trigger guard, as well as the extended magazine. Has Chinese characters on right side of frame and logo on both sides of frame. Inside grip strap is stamped “BTC S. EL. MONTE”. Pistol does not appear to have been fired since finished. This example is extremely well-finished and seldom seen this nice. 99% of the fine rust blue. Bore and action are fine. Comes with a beautifully carved wooden shoulder stock holster, two magazines, and a hard carrying case with cleaning rod and oiler. These high quality Chinese Broomhandle Mausers are no longer being imported into the United States and have seen a drastic increase in value in the past year. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 LOT - 303

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304 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 U.S. ARMY WITH RIG & AMMO. Serial No. 240105. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. This pistol was shipped to Springfield Armory commanding officer February 19th, 1918. This pistol is all original as shipped and does not appear to have seen any real use. Slide has pony at rear with patent dates on left side. Left side of frame is stamped “United States Property” and has the “J.M.G.” inspector mark (John Gilbert 1917-1918) in circle. Right side of slide is stamped “Model of 1911 U.S. Army”. Has all of the proper correct parts for a 1918 Army. The blued original barrel has the “HP” stamp in line with bore. Features long smooth trigger, short checkered spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, flat mainspring housing with lanyard ring, proper two-tone lanyard loop magazine. Diamond checkered wood grips are near mint. Slide has some minor high edge wear at flats with a couple of minor storage spots. There is virtually no wear at lower forend of slide from use. The sides and bottom of frame have virtually all of the original military blue finish with a hint of high edge wear. The front grip strap is a typical combination of blue and gun metal grey. Flat mainspring housing is a blue-grey. Grip safety retains virtually all of the military blue. Has a near mint bore and perfect action. As these guns are used, the lower forward portion of the slide always has drag lines on both sides, this pistol shows none and looks as though it sat in the reserves with the exception of the front grip strap which was never finely finish to begin with. Pistol comes with an original lanyard, Hoyt 1918 holster, tan Mills belt, 1918 dated magazine pouch, and three sealed boxes of original .45 ammunition loaded May 3rd, 1919. It would be hard to improve on the condition of this late World War I Colt. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 305 - (C) RARE COLT NICKEL PRE 70 MODEL 1911 A1 PISTOL. Serial No. 301294-C. 5” barrel, cal. .45 ACP. This pistol was manufactured in 1966. It is rumored that less than 2% of all Pre Series 70 1911 Colt’s were finished in factory nickel and while the nickel Pre 70 Supers are scarce, the 45 caliber models are even harder to find. One can travel to dozens of major guns shows and spend years searching the internet trying to find a single example of a Pre Series 70 nickel plated Model 1911 A1 .45 caliber. This pistol seems to have seen little to no use, retaining virtually all the factory applied high polish nickel finish on both sides of frame and slide with the matte satin nickel finish on the top of slide and base of frame. It sports a mint pair of Colt logo brown composite grips that were standard on this issue. Pistol remains in near new condition inside and out with just a few minor surface storage marks. The sides of the slide and frame are almost completely devoid of the usual small scratches found on these guns. Fine bore and action. This pistol is nice enough for an original box. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 306 - (A) CASED PAIR COLT NEW LINE ETCHED PANEL .38 REV. Serial No. 7357 & 5797. Offered are a pair of Colt etched panel New Line .38 caliber, five shot, spur trigger revolvers. Neither revolver appears to have ever been fired. Both feature perfect etched panels and birds head rosewood grips. These revolvers were only manufactured from 1874 to 1880 of which 5,550 were made. Serial number 5797 was manufactured in 1875 and 7357 was manufactured in 1878. Both have fire blue on the back of the hammers, grips are near mint with minor storage wear. Neither cylinders show burn still 90%. No. 7357 has freckling on the cylinder, small flake on barrel with some minor age freckling with strong bore and perfect action. No. 5797 has a couple of minor age spots and freckles but remains at 98%. This matching pair of early Colts is housed in a period walnut case with ancient French fitted rose colored felt with two loading blocks of six rim fire cartridges each. Both have perfect etched panels. Absolutely stunning set of etched panel Colts. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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307 - (M) MIB COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 REVOLVER. Serial No. R53598. 6” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The R Series serial number block revolvers were only manufactured in 1977-78. This revolver was obtained from a gentleman whose father purchased them brand new where they sat in the box until May of this year. Only by bright magnification can you see that they were cocked once or twice, but this line is not visible to the naked eye. Features full royal blue finish, vent rib, solid under lug, adjustable rear sight, wide target hammer, smooth trigger, with gold medallion checkered walnut grips. There is virtually no wear of any kind anywhere; no spots or stains. The sides of the hammer are bright. It comes in its original numbered box with styrofoam, all original paperwork, hang tag,Colt “Congratulation” letter. Even the box is in almost new condition with all flaps intact and just minor high edge wear. Label is complete and mint. All information matches revolver. It would be virtually impossible to find a nicer example of this 30-year old revolver in scarce blue finish and small caliber. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

308 - (M) MIB COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 REVOLVER. Serial No. R51061. 4” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The R Series serial number block revolvers were only manufactured in 1977-78. This revolver was obtained from a gentleman whose father purchased them brand new where they sat in the box until May of this year. Only by bright magnification can you see that they were cocked once or twice, but this line is not visible to the naked eye. Features full royal blue finish, vent rib, solid under lug, adjustable rear sight, wide target hammer, smooth trigger, with gold medallion checkered walnut grips. There is virtually no wear of any kind anywhere; no spots or stains. The sides of the hammer are bright. It comes in its original numbered box with styrofoam, all original paperwork, hang tag,Colt “Congratulation” letter. Even the box is in almost new condition with all flaps intact and just minor high edge wear. Label is complete and mint. All information matches revolver. It would be virtually impossible to find a nicer example of this 30-year old revolver in scarce blue finish and small caliber. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

309 - (C) BOXED ENGRAVED WALTHER PP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 374324. 3-5/8” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. This pistol features almost full coverage ornamental engraving hand cut with gold plated safety, magazine release, and trigger. It is nickel plated and features Walther banner black composite grips, blued rear sight and hammer. Pistol is in as new condition inside and out. Comes in an original Walther two piece box numbered to gun, as well as test target (also numbered to gun) and brochure. It is accompanied by two magazines; one with bumper. This is an early post-war gun (preInterarms). 3,000.00 - 4,000.00 LOT - 309

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311 - (M)ULTRA RARE WOLF SV ULTRAMATIC 9MM PISTOL. Serial No. A2282. 4-3/8” barrel in 9mm caliber. These pistols were built in Austria for only a couple years in the mid to late 1990’s and imported by Intrac Firearms, Knoxville, Tennessee. The design is very unique; the barrel and slide are both fixed with only an internal bolt moving. The pistol is extremely high quality. Great range gun with fixed front sight compensator, rear adjustable sight and 18-round magazine. Gun is is very good condition with minor handling marks. The slide and frame are a brushed stainless and all other small parts are in blued finish. Blued finish parts show high edge wear with some thinning. Two piece walnut grips are in near mint condition. Front and rear straps have the rubber pads. Magazine ahs rubber bumper. Perfect bore and action. Similar gun sold presently on Gun Broker for $4880. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 312 - (C) 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER (4” BARREL). Serial No. 26690. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Approximately 3,000 of this model were manufactured by DWM for commercial sales in the U.S. All examples fall into the 26500-69000 range. This example has the wood base magazine stamped “Cal. 9mm”. Manufacture of this weapon was very limited and quite rare on today’s market. Standard features include blued finish; American eagle crest of chamber; DWM scroll on link; “Germany” stamped on frame; grip safety; checkered walnut grips; with straw colors on trigger, lock bolt, safety, and extractor. This pistol has all matching numbers including the walnut grips. Excellent straw colors on most of the small parts. Grip strap has some thinning and some light patina both front and back, as does grip safety. Balance of gun has 95% of the reapplied rust blue finish (contemporary) with some light muzzle wear. Fine bore and action. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 313 - (C) MASTER ENGRAVED COLT MOD 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 172007. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Made in 1917. This pistol originated as a standard U.S. Army Model 1911 in 1917. It comes with a letter from master engraver David Wade Harris of Jacksonville, Texas listing this gun by serial number as to work performed by him, to include: full coverage American scroll with platinum inlays in blued finish. David has signed his work at the rear right side of frame “D.W. Harris”. Harris studied under Weldon Bledsoe, who studied under Cole Agee. Harris is featured in the Cole Agee book on page 133 to 136. This pistol retains all of its original 1917 era parts, in which Harris has tastefully performed his craft with full coverage scroll engraving. It is outlined in platinum with an inset platinum arrow on top of slide. It was then finished in full blue finish and fitted with a pair of silver medallion ivory grips. Harris is considered one of the master engravers of our time and this lovely pistol proved to be a perfect canvas for this engraving style. Strong clean bore and fine action. It is in as new condition, having not been fired since work was performed. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 314 - (C) 1914 NAVY LUGER. Serial No. 3394. 6” barrel in 9mm caliber. These pistols were manufactured by DWM for the German Navy. Examples are very rare as few were made during the war and a large portion of remaining examples were destroyed or altered to conform to the Versailles Treaty. This is a standard example with blued finish, straw colored small parts, checkered walnut grips, and a wood base magazine. All numbers are matching, except grips are not numbered. This pistol is dated 1917 with “DWM” on toggle and “100” on rear sight. Straw colored trigger, lock bolt, safety, and extractor and colors are still strong. Has a blued finish. Front sight is dated 1917. The left rail is stamped “Germany” over some numbers which is some cause for confusion as it is not a 1920 Commercial, rather it may have been stamped to sell outside Germany at the war’s end. There is some high edge wear on rails and muzzle. Balance of gun retains 97-98% original factory blue, including straps. Fine bore and action. Extremely fine example. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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315 - (C) CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 223034. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the Colt Factory letter, this revolver was shipped to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. in Chicago, Illinois on 3-18-1902 in a 25 gun shipment. It left the factory as a blued 4-3/4” .44-40 caliber. This revolver was subsequently rebarreled with a new cylinder chambered for .45 LC. The entire revolver was profusely scroll engraved in the style of Helfricht. The left recoil shield has an engraved antlered game. Has a punch dot background. the cylinder, ejector rod housing, backstrap, and screws are all gold washed. Has carved ivory grips with eagle on both panels. Matching serial number on frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. The quality of work is that of a master engraver. All cuts are clean with good flow and fine detail. Factory legends on top of barrel are sharp. Patent dates on left side of frame are less pronounced in one small area. There is some wear to gold wash on backstrap and housing. As to the the nickel finish, it remains at 99%. Grips are near mint. Action is perfect. Near mint bore. An exquisite presentation grade Colt Single Action Army. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

316 - (M) NIB COLT 1911 A1 NICKEL .38 SUPER PRE-70. Serial No. CS003778. 5” barrel in .38 Super caliber. Offered is one of the most desirable post-war semi-automatic Colts ever made. It is the classic Pre-Series 70 Model 1911 with factory nickel finish, factory letter, in the scarce .38 Super cartridge. It is estimated that only 2% of the total production of Pre-Series 70 post-war Colt .38 Supers were finish in nickel. This example is nearly flawless. Bright polished nickel sides, perfect satin nickel top and bottom. Barely a hint of a drag line. Perfect original Colt brown composite grips. Original nickel magazine. According to the factory letter, this pistol was shipped on November 10th, 1971 to Ken’s Gun Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with nickel finish. Has a mint bore and action. Does not have the usual storage scratches found on nickel guns, and is in fact, as mirror of a finish as one will ever find. Comes in an original two piece box with proper end label, as well as instructions. If a finer example exists, we are not aware of it. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00 LOT - 316

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317 - (M) CASED ENGRAVED S&W MODEL 500 REVOLVER. Serial No. CHC5164. 8-3/8” barrel in .500 Magnum caliber. The 500 Smith & Wesson Magnum was introduced at the 2003 Shot Show. This is built on the large so-called X frame. Features a five shot fluted cylinder, double action, solid rib, under-lug, and adjustable sight. This special edition polished and engraved model. This custom engraved revolver consists of polished stainless steel. Features the gold plated muzzle break, hammer, trigger, and cylinder release. The rosewood grips are beautifully carved with the Smith & Wesson logo and are for the round butt. Gun has light drag line and shows only light wear. Engraving can be found on both sides of the barrel, frame, and cylinder. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. Comes in a plastic case with rubber grips and paperwork. 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

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318 - (C) ENGRAVED & SILVER PLATED COLT 1ST GEN. S.A.A. Serial No. 345057. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the Colt Factory letter, this revolver was shipped on 5-1-1923 in a two gun shipment to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. on Chicago, Illinois. It left the factory as a 5-1/2” barrel .45 Colt with blued finish. Revolver was engraved with the scroll pattern with punch dot background and border engraving. Entire revolver was silver plated and fitted with two piece real Mother of Pearl grips. Matching serial number on frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. Face of cylinder shows no signs of having been fired after custom work was performed. Bore is near mint. Action is perfect. Strong legends. Gun retains virtually all of the custom reapplied finish performed at time of engraving. Timing is fine. Extremely handsome engraved cowboy gun. This revolver was finished and engraved in the exact same pattern as serial No. 228665, making for a nearly identical matched pair. Same configuration, full silver plating, and Mother of Pearl grips. 5,000.00 - 7,500.00

319 - (C) ENGRAVED & SILVER PLATED COLT 1ST GEN. S.A.A. Serial No. 228665. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. According to the Colt Factory letter this revolver was shipped on 6-26-1902 in a ten gun shipment and sold to Idaho Hardware in Boise but shipped to P.H. & S. Co. in San Francisco. It left the factory as a 7-1/2” blue finish .32-20 revolver. This revolver has the barrel and cylinder changed to .45 Colt. Barrel is 1st Generation style stamped “.45 Colt” on left side. Revolver was engraved with the scroll pattern with punch dot background and border engraving. Entire revolver was silver plated and fitted with two piece real Mother of Pearl grips. Matching serial number on frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. Face of cylinder shows no signs of having been fired after custom work was performed. Bore is near mint. Action is perfect. Strong legends. Gun retains virtually all of the custom reapplied finish performed at time of engraving. Timing is fine. Extremely handsome engraved cowboy gun. This revolver was finished and engraved in the exact same pattern as serial No. 345057, making for a nearly identical matched pair. Same configuration, full silver plating, and Mother of Pearl grips. 5,000.00 - 7,500.00

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320 - (C) .455 WEBLEY-FOSBURY AUTO. REVOLVING MOD 1901. Serial No. 2746. 6” barrel in .55 Eley caliber. The Webley-Fosbury automatic revolver first appeared on the market in 1901, but was introduced at the Biesley meeting in July 1900. It is always referred to as the automatic revolver but is in actuality a recoil operated revolver. It is unique in its design as no other revolver has been marketed that is operated by a self cocking system. When it was introduced there was not a single self loading pistol that shot the .455 British Government service cartridge. The recoil from each shot fired would automatically cock the hammer for the next shot as well as rotate the cylinder to the next position. The cylinder held six cartridges, has the Webley top break design with the distinctive zig zag cuts on the exterior of the cylinder. It came standard with the octagon barrel and blue finish with checkered walnut (or vulcanite) grips and lanyard ring. Both sides of the hammer are finely checkered. The barrel release lever is on the left side. Left side of top strap is stamped Webley-Fosbury. Left side of frame has the Webley & Scott winged bullet logo and stamped “455 Cordite”. Has a left side safety, a high front sight, and fixed rear. Top strap is stamped “P Webley & Son, London & Birmingham”. Top of the frame has cylinder release button. The Webley has a cycle rate of one shot per second, compared to the Single Action Army with one shot every two seconds. It is a robust revolver. It became a very popular weapon with the British officers during the first World War. Revolver was designed by George Vincent Fosbury. Its most noted screen appearance was in the Humphrey Bogart movie “The Maltese Falcon”. This example is in lovely all original condition. The grip straps have turned a grey patina with some minor salt and pepper. The lower frame and the back side of upper frame retain generous amounts of original blue finish; while balance of gun, including cylinder are a smooth grey-brown patina. Grips are excellent. All legends are sharp. Numerous British proof marks. Cylinder will not rotate in single action mode as by design and only moves forward upon the recoil of a fired cartridge. Near mint bore. All matching numbers. It is an interesting revolver, extremely difficult to find and is unique in the world of hand guns. Lovely all original and extremely desirable early English big bore revolver. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

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321 - (C) U.S. COLT MODEL 1911 NAVY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 10888. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. According to the factory letter, this pistol was shipped to the Brooklyn Naval Yard on November 5th, 1912. It is all original as issued with the exception of the barrel, which has the “HP” stamp, sans serifs, in line with bore and was first used in 1915. The magazine is a lanyard loop two-tone that does not have the key-hole slot and is referred to as a “Type 3”, and was issued at serial No. 42000 (approximately 1913). Pistol has the proper short wide spur Type One short checkered hammer (correct), the Type One long smooth trigger, early rounded Type One rear sight (correct), proper checkered slide stop and safety, proper flat mainspring housing, correct walnut diamond checkered grips. Left side of frame has the inspector stamp “W.P.” (Walter Penfield 1911-1914). Left side of frame is stamped “United States Property”. Left side of slide has the correct pony in circle at rear. Right side of slide is stamped “Model of 1911 U.S. Navy”. This pistol has seen light use. Still retains approximately 75-80% all original factory blue finish. Shows holster wear on high edges of slide and frame. Front grip strap retains 20% blue. Grips are excellent. An extremely fine all original scarce U.S. Navy Model 1911 that had the barrel and magazine replaced prior to 1915. 6,000.00 - 10,000.00

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322 - (C) U.S. COLT MODEL 1900 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 1541. 6” barrel in .38 Automatic caliber. According to the Colt factory letter, this pistol was shipped to Springfield Armory on December 28th, 1900 in a 50 gun shipment that was the first order for an additional 200 pistols meant for Army testing. These are often referred to as the “Second Army Contract” pistols. These early pistols featured the rear sight safety, high spur hammer, straight front slide serrations, U.S. stamp on left trigger bow, round butt, checkered walnut grips, blue finish, and fire blue small parts. Due to short production, these are one of the most difficult to find of all U.S. martially marked semi-automatic pistols. There were 200 manufactured in the second contract. A total of 550 Model 1900’s shipped to the Army and Navy in three separate orders. The serial number on this pistol is not listed as a survivor in Doug Sheldon’s book on the Colt .38 Automatic. Of the original 550 pistols, many are known to have the sight safety altered making original surviving examples extremely scarce. This pistol does not bear the “R.A.C.” stamp on right side. The grips are standard for a Second Contract. Comes with an original patent 1884 nickel magazine. Traces of case color on hammer. Fire blue still visible on trigger and screws. Legends are sharp. The sides of the slide and frame retain generous amounts of the original factory high polish blue finish with balance a blue-brown gun metal patina with age freckling. Grips are very good with some age stress cracks on left panel and right panel at top screws. Strong clean bore and perfect action. A fine, all original Colt Model 1900 U.S. Army semi-automatic pistol rarely, if ever, seen on today’s market. These pistols were subsequently issued to U.S. Cavalry and Infantry units stationed in the Philippines, Cuba and Puerto Rico for testing in the field. Due to the harsh conditions for which these were tested, they are seldom found all original, let alone with any condition. 7,500.00 - 12,500.00

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323 - (C) 1ST FACTORY NICKEL COLT PYTHON REVOLVER (1959). Serial No. 8600. .357 magnum with a 6â&#x20AC;? barrel. Manufactured 1959. According to all factory research Colt did not offer nickel plating in their catalog until 1962. This revolver comes with a factory letter stating it was shipped with nickel finish to Miami, Florida on November 11, 1959 in a one gun shipment. We believe it to be the earliest nickel plated Colt Python. This finish pre-dates the introduction of this finish as an option by four years. It is standard in all other respects and features full vent rib, full lug, six shot, double action, adjustable sights, with serrated trigger, wide checkered hammer, early fully checkered walnut grips with gold medallion, brushed finished topstrap, and serrated backstrap. This gun has seen some use and has been fired. There is some wear to the nickel finish over the pony with some nickel freckling. Right side of frame has some nickel freckling in the same area. There is some minor wear to nickel at the end of muzzle. Some loss of finish on top of the hammer. Cylinder has light drag line. Bore, action, and grips are near mint. Nickel finish has worn off of the top of the backstrap. While this revolver has seen use, it has been well-cared for. Still retains 90-93% original factory nickel finish. Given that this was a special order factory nickel gun, we are unaware of a factory nickel Python dating any earlier than this model. Highly unusual for Colt to pull a single gun from production to give it a special finish, it was possibly for someone very important. This gun was shipped to National Gun Traders and was most likely a special favor for a large distributor. With the phenomenal market growth within the Snake Series, a special order and most likely the earliest known nickel plated Python will surely hold a very special place in a collection of rare Snake guns. 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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324 - (C) CASED .455 WEBLEY-FOSBURY AUTO. REV. MOD 1901. Serial No. 2669. Caliber .55 Eley, barrel length is 6”. The Webley-Fosbury automatic revolver first appeared on the market in 1901, but was introduced at the Bisley meeting in July of 1900. It is always referred to as the automatic revolver but is in actuality a recoil operated revolver. It is unique in its design as no other revolver has been marketed that is operated by a self cocking system. When it was introduced there was not a single self loading pistol that shot the .455 British Government service cartridge. The recoil from each shot fired would automatically cock the hammer for the next shot as well as rotate the cylinder to the next position. The cylinder held six cartridges and has the Webley top break design with the distinctive zig zag cuts on the exterior of the cylinder. It came standard with the octagon barrel and blue finish with checkered black vulcanite (or walnut) grips and lanyard ring. Both sides of the hammer are finely checkered. The barrel release lever is on the left side. Left side of top strap is stamped “Webley-Fosbury”. Left side of frame has the Webley & Scott winged bullet logo and stamped “455 Cordite”. Has a left side safety, a high front sight, and fixed rear. Top strap is stamped “P Webley & Son, London & Birmingham”. Top of the frame has cylinder release button. The Webley has a cycle rate of one shot per second, compared to the Single Action Army with one shot every two seconds. It is the robust revolver. It became a very popular weapon with the British officers during the first World War. Revolver was designed by George Vincent Fosbury. Its most noted screen appearance was in the Humphrey Bogart movie “The Maltese Falcon”. This example is in lovely all original condition. The grip straps have turned a grey patina, there is high edge wear at muzzle, and the cylinder is a mix of blue-grey patina. Sides of the barrel are thinning a bit. Frame and balance of gun retain approximately 80% original factory blue finish. Grips are near mint. All legends are sharp. Numerous British proof marks. Cylinder will not rotate in single action mode as by design and only moves forward upon the recoil of a fired cartridge. All matching numbers. It is an interesting revolver, extremely difficult to find and is unique in the world of hand guns. This revolver is housed in a leather carry case with velvet lining, three empty cartridge boxes, Holland & Holland gold plated oil container, brass cleaning rod, and a wood handle English turn screw. Label is a contemporary reproduction and leather case is excellent. Lovely all original and extremely desirable early English big bore revolver. 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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325 - (C) RARE (IMP. GIFT) BABY NAMBU PISTOL & HOLSTER. Serial No. 4823. 3-9/32” barrel in 7mm Nambu caliber. This exact pistol is featured on page 47 in the book titled “Military Pistols of Japan” by Fred L. Honeycut Jr. At the time this book was published in 1982, according to Honeycut, of the approximately 200 Imperial Gift inscribed pistols only seven had ever surfaced to that date. These presentation pistols were presented to outstanding graduates of officer schools. The characters stamped on top of barrel extension, forward of the rear sight, translate to read “Imperial Gift”. These presentation pieces were made by representatives of the Emperor. The Baby Nambu was introduced between 1906 and 1913. Production lasted until 1927. They were produced at the Koishikawa Arsenal in Tokyo and were originally referred to as the Type Nambu Small. Extremely limited production. Military personnel were required to purchase their pistols and at the time the sword was the preferred personal sidearm. Handguns were carried as an instrument of suicide rather than self protection. Also, the cost for a Baby Nambu was twice the price of a Colt Model 1903. In 1920 an imported Colt Model 1903 cost approximately 100 yen, while the Baby Nambu cost 180 yen. The salary of a second lieutenant was approximately 70 yen, which meant it would take two and a half months salary to buy a Baby Nambu. Given these statistics, a standard Baby Nambu is rare enough in its own right, while a marked Imperial Gift Nambu would be a prize in any military collection. This pistol has been completely disassembled and all numbered parts are matching, which includes the magazine. Standard features include blued finish, blade dovetail to base front sight, V-notch built into frame on top of rear sight, checkered walnut stocks with full serial number, straw colored trigger assembly, sear bar assembly and pin, firing pin spring guide, magazine release assembly, recoil spring guide, and extractor. The trigger still retains generous amounts of straw color. The bolt, locking block, and firing pin are polished. Magazine is nickel plated and uses full serial number with aluminum bottom that is checkered. Right side of slide has character stamp “Type Nambu” with serial number. Arsenal logo stamped on top front bridge. All legends are sharp. Pistol is equipped with the front grip safety. Walnut grips are excellent with no cracks. Pistol retains 85-90% of the original rust blue finish, albeit it is thinning with most notable thinning and minor age spotting on right top of frame. Action is excellent. Near mint bore. In addition to this very rare presentation Nambu is an original brown leather holster in excellent condition. Has the two brass loops for sling plus belt loop, hard clamshell lid, leather covered eight round ammo pouch attached. Characters stamped inside lid. It is similar to but not exactly like the holster featured on page 43. Since Baby Nambus were acquired privately by officers, a variety of holsters will be encountered for this model. This is an incredible offering and a possible once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire the rarest of all Japanese military pistols. 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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326 - (C) COLT CAMP PERRY SINGLE SHOT REVOLVER. Serial No. 1108. 10” barrel in caliber .22 LR caliber. Manufactured 1928. Approximately 2,488 Camp Perry single shot target revolvers were manufactured from 1920 to 1941. They are unique in the Colt line in that there is no cylinder. It is a single shot, single action only pistol. Left side of breech block is stamped “Camp Perry Model”. Has an adjustable target rear sight, flat top frame, high post front sight, blue finish, with checkered walnut grips and checkered backstrap. In addition, both the hammer and trigger are checkered as well. This revolver has seen use, still sports its original factory finish. The front sight blade is a replacement. All legends are sharp. The barrel retains most of the blue on top and bottom but has silvered out on both sides. Frame retains approximately 80% blue, thinning on all high areas with age spotting and thinning on trigger guard and grip straps. Breech block retains approximately 80% blue, thinning on all high edges. Grips are very good with wear. Strong rifled bore. Fine action. 600.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 327 327 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 92 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 978491. 20” barrel in .38-40 WCF caliber. This fine, all original large bore Saddle Ring Carbine was manufactured in 1927. It is standard in all respects. Features 20” round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, blued finish, walnut stocks, and carbine steel buttplate. The rear sight is a Winchester sporting style that is dated 1927 and standard post front sight. Barrel, tube and sight retains approximately 98% original factory blue finish with razor sharp legends. Front barrel band retains 30% original blue. Rear barrel band retains traces of original blue. Both sides of the frame retain approximately 75-80% original factory blue. Bottom of frame and lever are gun metal grey from carry. Saddle ring was removed long ago, as there is barely a mark from its presence. Stud is still intact. Walnut stocks are excellent to near mint, proud to metal, with beautiful original finish and only a couple of minor impressions. Even the buttplate retains approximately 50% original factory blue mixed with patina. Action is as new. Bright, strong, shiny, near mint bore. Far above average 92 carbine in fine all original condition. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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328 - (C) MIB FN HERSTAL BELGIUM .22 MODEL A CARBINE. Serial No. 165860. 19-1/2” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. John Moses Browning invented this rifle in 1914. It is the FN Model that is seen in his hands in numerous photographs. This design was sold in America by Browning as well as Remington, neither of which kept the original lines of the FN from 1914. While it is basically the same rifle internally, externally the stock lines of the FN is the only rifle of the three that copied the original stock lines and design. This example is the early FN Model manufactured in Belgium. The offered rifle is in as new condition inside and out with exception to a couple of storage marrs on stock. It is a takedown with blued finish and light European round knob stock with fire blue buttplate. Rifle is loaded through the magazine. This rifle comes in its original two piece box numbered to the gun, and even the box is in near mint condition. While the Borwnings and Remingtons are readily available in this country, few of the original European models are found in the United States, and almost never found with their original box. Accompanied by a copy of an original booklet, all written in German, and a Browning instruction packet that came with an American gun. All writing on the box is in German with the exception of the printed end label, which lists this as a Grade A1 Automatic Rifle by serial number. Would be impossible to find a nicer example. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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329 - (C) SWEDISH MODEL 1896 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 14880. 29.10” barrel in 6.5x55mm caliber. This rifle was basically a standard Model 1896 with a bolt that has been altered downward and fitted with a Model 41 AGA scope and mounts. Receiver bridge is dated 1899 and has the Carl Gustafs stamp. The mounts are stamped “14880”, which matches the bolt sleeve and bolt. Floorplate is stamped “560”, front barrel band is stamped “152, rear barrel band “261”, and bolt release “944”. No visible import stamps. Walnut stock has the brass ring on the right side. Scope is stamped “Ajack 4x90”. Has a Model 55 rear sight and line and post optics that are perfect. Comes with leather scope cover and sling. Rifle is in excellent condition. Metal retains approximately 95% of the arsenal applied blue finish. Stocks are excellent with no cracks. Fine bore and action. Considered one of the most accurate sniper rifles ever manufactured, these rifles are very popular at the vintage matches at Camp Perry. 1,750.00 - 2,250.00 330 - (C) 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE 4 - 3/4” LUGER. Serial No. 46401. Serial # 46401 4 - 3/4” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. These American Eagle Lugers were manufactured for export to the U.S. The serial number on this pistol falls right in the middle range and is standard for this model in all respects. It has all matching numbers. The right grip panel is simply stamped, “8”. There is no serial number on the wood bottomed magazine. It is stamped “Germany” on the front LOT - 330 of the frame. Has the blue finish with the straw colors. Front receiver bridge is stamped with the American Eagle and the toggle is stamped “DWM”. Has the grip safety. This pistol retains approximately 93% original factory blue. There is light wear at muzzle, some thinning in patina on grip straps, side plate is starting to patina, and some light high edge wear on rails. An estimated 7,500 to 8,500 total production. 1,800.00 - 2,400.00

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331 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 71 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 29514. .348 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1949. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. This deluxe model also features finely checkered forend and pistol grip with Winchester logo grip cap and sling eyes in butt and forend. Barrel has one rub on right side, otherwise barrel, tube, and forend cap retain 99% original factory blue. Frame and lever retain nearly all of the original blue as well, with a couple small storage spots on left side and an area of finish loss/staining on right side 1” x 3/4”. Deluxe stocks are near mint with sharp checkering and proud to metal. Fine bore and action. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

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332 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 332569. 26” barrel in .38-55 caliber. Manufactured 1905. Classic Winchester Model 1894 rifle in desirable .38 caliber. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, correct Winchester sporting sights, blue finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. Rich blue on tube with some age freckling. Barrel retains 80% or better original blue, starting to thin. Sharp legends. 50-60% original blue on frame with the balance patina. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00 122

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333 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 TAKEDOWN L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 439544. 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF. Manufactured in 1908. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting sights, takedown, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. This is an exceptional takedown model, all original never messed with. The barrel and tube retain approximately 85-90% original factory blue with sharp edges and perfect legends, thinning only at last 2” of barrel. Front nose cap retains approximately 40% original blue. Sides of the frame retain 75-80% original blue, as does loading gate. Balance has turned a soft patina. Traces of color on sides of hammer and lever. Original walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with original finish, no cracks, and only minor impressions. Exhibits strong rifling and a perfect action. Factory research: serial number applied June 9, 1908. No other information. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 334 334 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 7243. Serial # 7243 23” barrel in caliber 6.5x54. Very early Austrian made half-stock sporting rifle that features single set trigger, butter knife bolt handle, ramp front sight (no hood). Early models were not configured for front sight hood. Rear sight band with sight removed, pistol grip checkered walnut stock and sling swivels. Has an early Kukarsky Bros. mount with Bausch & Lomb 3x9 scope. Adjustments are in the mount. Scope has standard cross hairs with perfect optics. Barrel retains 95% blue finish with a couple of minor scuffs. Frame retains approximately the same amount of blue finish. Walnut stocks are excellent with pistol grip cap, rollover cheek piece, and serrated steel trapdoor butt plate. There is a 1-1/2” repaired crack at left side of stock above trigger near barrel. Fine bore and action. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 335 335 - (C) HARLAN G. HOWE CUSTOM MAUSER 98 TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 2245. Cal .22-250, Barrel length 27”. Harlan G Howe of New York, stamped his name on top of this custom Mauser rifle. Starting with a standard Mauser action, the front bridge has been stippled and the bolt jeweled. A 27” extra heavy round barrel, sans sights, with AO scope blocks installed. Barrel retains 95% original high polish blue finish. The custom stock is made of walnut, has a flared forend that is both checkered and hand carved with an oak leaf design. The forend tip is rosewood. The pistol grip has the same checkered and oak leaf pattern as the forend and sports an undercut rollover cheek piece. There is no butt plate, rather it is checkered in an English style. Quick release sling swivels. The stock is exquisite and finished in oil. The action and bore are fine. There is some blue wear to the trigger guard. Should make for a fine bench rifle. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 336 336 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1956 MC CARBINE. Serial No. 18951. .257 Roberts with a 20” barrel. The 1956 MC carbine was manufactured in Austria from 1956 to 1961. This carbine is chambered for one of the scarcest and most popular calibers available in this model, the .257 Roberts. Features include double set triggers, butter knife bolt handle, full length checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, black composite butt plate, Monte Carlo rollover cheek piece, sling swivels, two leaf folding rear sight, ramp front sight (no hood), and has a Leupold mount with a Redfield 2Xx7X scope with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Retains approximately 98% or better original factory blue finish. Stocks are excellent with no cracks but some minor storage marks and light oil stain at base. Fine action and bore. Very scarce Mannlicher in this caliber and condition. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 337 337 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 23720. 19-3/4” barrel in 6.5x54 mm caliber. This is the first of the true full-stock Mannlicher rifles. Features single trigger. Made in Austria. Receiver bridge is stamped “M1903”. Has the butter knife bolt handle, scarce Lyman adjustable rear peep sight, two leaf folding rear sight, sporting front sight (no hood). Early models were not configured for front sight hood. Pistol grip full length checkered walnut stock with rollover cheek piece, and serrated steel butt plate with trapdoor. Barrel, frame, and trigger group retain approximately 90-95% original blued finish with balance thinning. Stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks but usual minor impressions. Fine action. Strong clean bore. Lovely little 1903 Mannlicher. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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338 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (.219). Serial No. 1400420. .219 Zipper with a 26-1/4” barrel. Manufactured between 1942 and 1948. The Model 64 in caliber .219 Zipper was one of the more unusual lever actions manufactured by Winchester. This rifle was manufactured during or shortly after the war and remains in strong all original condition. Features a round barrel, hooded ramp front sight, half magazine, blue finish, walnut stock with rakish pistol grip and flute, checkered steel buttplate, and has the scarce patented bolt peep sight. It is a solid frame. Barrel retains approximately 90-95% original blue with light thinning at muzzle. Frame retains approximately 85% original blue with thinning on high edges. Nose cap and lever also retain approximately 95% blue. Original walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with most of their original finish, and only the usual minor impressions. Action is perfect. Strong, clean rifled bore. A very scarce and high condition .219 Zipper rifle. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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339 - (C) RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 64 DELUXE CARBINE. Serial No. 1322925. .32 Winchester Special caliber with a 20” barrel. This deluxe carbine was manufactured sometime between 1942 and 1948. These deluxe carbines are rarely seen and are easily identifiable by the short barrel, rounded crown, and the short 1-3/4” ramp front sight base with hood. Other deluxe features include the checkered walnut forend and pistol grip stock with flutes, Winchester composite pistol grip, and checkered steel shotgun buttplate. Factory rear sling eye and factory sling eye on forend cap. There is a touch of muzzle wear, some high edge wear on tube, and minor carry wear on bottom of frame and high edges, but still retains easily over 95% or better of the original factory blue finish with razor sharp legends. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. These deluxe carbines were manufactured in very limited quantities and for a very short time and are rarely encountered in any condition. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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340 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 71 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1936). Serial No. 2015. .348 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1936. This rifle was manufactured in 1936, the first full year of production and exhibits the so-called “long tang” as it is referred to by collectors. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight, rear sight blank with scarce bolt peep sight, blue finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. Has the flat-cut crown. The barrel and magazine cap show traces of wear with one small mark on left side of barrel, still retains approximately 98% factory blue. Frame retains virtually all of its original factory blue with the only visible wear on loading gate (99%). Lever retains approximately 50% blue as does forend cap, with balance simply flaked to soft patina. The nose cap has the integral sling eye and buttstock has sling eye as well. Wood is near mint and proud to metal. Action is perfect. Bore is near mint. This is an extremely fine high condition first year rifle “long tang” with bolt peep that has seen very little use. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 124

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341 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 262443. 26” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. This beautiful rifle was manufactured in 1902 and features the special smokeless .32 Winchester Special rear sight only available for this model. In addition has a special order smooth steel shotgun buttplate. Also has a special Beech folding globe front sight. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stocks, and case colored hammer and lever. This rifle has survived in superb all original condition. The barrel and tube retain 95% original factory blue finish with razor sharp legends and edges, with a few minor age freckles. The frame shows high edge wear all around and is toning to soft patina near breech, but still retains 75% of the original Winchester high polish blue finish. Bolt retains 95% original high polish blue finish. Loading gate has 60% of the high polish blue finish. Nice traces of colors on hammer and lever. Wood is excellent with a couple of very minor impressions but has the extra finish hand rubbed sheen with no cracks or chips, and is proud to metal. Even the buttplate has traces of original blue. Very strong rifled bore. Extremely clean, high condition, handsome special order Model 1894 rifle. Comes with an original two piece box of Winchester ammunition. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 342 342 - (M) N.I.B. MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL MCA RIFLE. Serial No. 58273. 20” barrel in .308 Winchester caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1967. It is a standard Mannlicher full stock carbine that features hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, polished butter knife bolt handle, blued finish, checkered walnut full length stock, composite pistol grip cap and buttplate, rollover Monte Carlo cheek piece, sling swivels, factory tapped for scope (post 1965). Floorplate is stamped “Stoeger Arms” (Made for U.S. trade). Gun is in as new condition inside and out with a couple of minor wood impressions. Comes in original box with matching end label, instructions, warranty card, dated target. Matching serial number on target and box. This is referred to as the Model 1961. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 343 343 - (C) N.I.B. MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1952 RIFLE. Serial No. 19617. 24” barrel in .270 Winchester caliber. Manufactured 1957. Features hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, blued finish, bridge not drilled, blued butter knife bolt handle, “Stoeger Arms” on floorplate, double set triggers, half stock pistol grip checkered walnut stock, black composite pistol grip, buttplate, and forend tip. This rifle is in as new condition inside and out. Shows only some light inner bolt wear. Comes in the original box with proper end label, numbered to gun, with dated test target and a Stoeger Arms order sheet. About as nice as they come. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 344

344 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. 24” Serial No. 239788. This rifle was manufactured in Springfield Archery March 1941-June 1941. Barrel is dated SA June 1941 (proper) Has the proper early rear sight type 1 with flush nut rear sight screw. Bolt number- D28287-2SA (proper) Heat lot is J9A. Left side of the stock has the ordinance wheel and inspector marked S.A.GHS in a box on the left side of the stock this stands for Gilbert H Stewart November 1941-June 1942. Inside wrist is stamped with a “P” with serif’s trigger guard is stamped C-46025-1-SA (correct). The trigger assembly is stamped D28290-2-SA (proper). The bore has a TE reading of 3 and has a ME reading of 2. The cast gas assembly stamped D-35449-SA. The barrel is blued. The frame is a matte blue. The trigger housing assembly is a matte blue. Stock has had some oil added but excellent, no cracks or chips. Has a 1943 dated sling. Exceptional early war M1 Garand. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 345 345 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 326673. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured September ‘41 to December ‘41. Has the proper September 1941 barrel, proper type one flush nut rear sight, proper bolt stamped “D28287-2SA”. Stock has the correct cartouche on left side stamped “S.A. G.H.S.” (Gilbert Stewart November ‘41 to June ‘42) and is strong. Has the serif “P” is circle on wrist. TE reading of ‘1’ and an ME reading of ‘2’. Correct trigger group stamped “D28290-5-SA”. Proper trigger guard stamped “D-46025-3SA”. There is a “U” stamped on the end of the knob. Frame retains approximately 80% of the dark military phosphate finish, as does barrel. Trap assembly and front sight are gun metal grey. Stock is near mint. This is a true Pearl Harbor era M1 Garand, one of the nicest condition ones we have seen. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 346

346 - (C) COGSWELL & HARRISON LONDON .400 EXPRESS RIFLE. Serial No. 30314. 27” barrel in .400 Express caliber. Offered is a lovely and very interesting turn of the century large caliber bolt action Express rifle. It is unusual in its design in that the bolt handle is reversed and actually opens and closes at the barrel breech. Rifle features a fixed box magazine, full round barrel, sporting front sight, and three leaf express folding rear sight (100, 200, 300). The receiver, bolt, and barrel breech exhibit light engraving and the top of the receiver is stamped “Certus”. Barrel has an integral front sling eye. Stock is the traditional English style dark walnut with the Rigby type checkered short wide forend with swept back pistol grip, checkered and a half checkered steel shotgun buttplate. All metal surfaces are a smooth pleasing blue-brown mix with razor sharp legends. In addition to British proof marks left side of barrel is stamped “400 GRS Bullet Max 60 GRS Cordite 400EX”. Stock is very good to excellent with usual hunting dings. Left forearm has a 1/2” hairline with a deep, dark, rich patina on balance of stock and fine checkering. Strong, clean, rifled bore. Perfect action. Rifle comes in an English style hard leather rifle case with shoulder strap. Very unique and distinctive turn of the Century English big bore bolt action sporting rifle. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 347 347 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (.219). Serial No. 1392898. .219 Zipper with a 26-1/4” barrel. Manufactured between 1942 and 1948. The Model 64 in caliber .219 Zipper was one of the more unusual lever actions manufactured by Winchester. This rifle was manufactured during or shortly after the war and remains in strong all original condition. Features a round barrel, hooded ramp front sight, half magazine, blue finish, walnut stock with rakish pistol grip and flute, checkered steel buttplate, and has the scarce patented bolt peep sight. It is a solid frame. Barrel retains approximately 85-90% original blue, just starting to thin at breech with light muzzle wear. Frame retains approximately 95% original blue with a few minor storage marks and a hint of minor edge wear. Nose cap and lever also retain approximately 95% blue. Original walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with most of their original finish, and only the usual minor impressions. Action is perfect. Strong, clean rifled bore. A very scarce and high condition .219 Zipper rifle. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 348

348 - (C) HIGH COND. WINCHESTER MOD 65 RIFLE (.218 BEE). Serial No. 1003330. .218 Bee caliber with a 24-1/2” barrel. Manufactured 1936. During the 1930’s, Winchester executives got the idea that they could update their Cowboy Classic actions, such as the Model 1886, 1892, and 1894 to a more modern appearing rifle while also offering some newly introduced fast cartridges. To this end, they created the Model 71 in .348 caliber. The 1892 action became the Model 65 in .218 Bee and the Model 1894 action became the Model 64 in .219 Zipper. This is the very scarce Model 65 chambered for the super speed .218 Bee that was invented in conjunction with this rifle. standard features include a 24-1/2” round barrel, ramp front sight, button magazine, blued finish, walnut stock with rakish pistol grip and flute, and checkered steel buttplate. This rifle is equipped with the Winchester bolt peep sight. Barrel and nose cap retain approximately 95-98% original factory blue, with barely a hint of wear. The frame and tang still retain 98% of the original blue finish with the only wear being a couple of storage spots on left side and some age freckles on right side. Walnut stocks are near mint, proud to metal, with original finish, and only a couple of very minor impressions. Perfect action and strong bore. These rifles are very hard to find in any condition, let alone one that has seen very little use. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 349 349 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 71 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 32147. .348 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1951. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight, Lyman receiver sight, blue finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. This deluxe model also features finely checkered forend and pistol grip with Winchester logo grip cap and sling eyes in butt and forend. Barrel, tube, and forend retain virtually all of the factory blue finish. The frame, too, retains virtually all of the factory blue finish with just some minor high edge wear, even the lever retains virtually all of the factory blue finish. Wood is near mint and proud to metal. Fine bore and action. It is very obvious that this deluxe Model 71 saw very little, if any, use. It is rather unusual that it has the flat muzzle which is very late for this model. It would indicate the barrel was from an earlier production and was used on this gun when assembled. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 350 350 - (C) ENGRAVED MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER 1952 CARBINE. Serial No. 14589. 20” barrel in .270 Winchester caliber. These rifles were manufactured 1952 to 1955. Chamber is not drilled. Frame has light engraving along edges. Bolt handle is engraved, as is the floorplate and trigger guard. Rifle features hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, blued finish, “Stoeger Arms” on floorplate, sling swivels, double set triggers, full length checkered walnut stock, composite pistol grip and buttplate, straight comb with small cheek piece, a Leupold 2x7 scope is mounted in Paul Jagger quick release scope mounts. this rifle is in near new condition inside and out. Beautifully engraved. Even the screws are engraved. Deluxe engraved. All engraving was done at the factory. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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LOT - 351

351 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MAGNUM RIFLE. Serial No. 58856. 26” barrel in .458 Winchester Magnum. This rifle is built on the 1956 MC Model. The Magnum rifle features straight butter knife bolt, which acts like a third locking lug on magnums, factory drilled and tapped, half stock, “Stoeger Arms” on floor plate, black forend tip, checkered walnut stock, with composite pistol grip cap and buttplate, Monte Carlo rollover comb, hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, blued finish, single trigger, sling and swivels, and a double stock bolt reinforcement. The barrel has a couple of age spots, otherwise all bluing is at 99%. Stock has a few minor impressions. Perfect bore and action. Considered one of the finest rifles ever made. Especially difficult to find .458. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 352 352 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 5607. 6.5x54mm with a 23” barrel. Special order from factory, full length stock. Features include full length stock with metal forend tip, sling swivels, double set triggers, butter knife bolt handle, two-leaf folding rear sight, sporting front (no hood). Stamped “Patented Mannlicher Schoenauer M1903” on bridge. All metal retains approximately 95% original factory blue finish. Fine bore and action. Full checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, capped with rollover cheek piece and solid red rubber recoil pad. Stock is near mint with razor sharp checkering. Rifle was special ordered with full length stock from Steyr. Very fine, early full stock Mannlicher 1903 rifle. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 353 353 - (C) HIGH CONDITION MARLIN MODEL 1893 RIFLE. Serial No. C9625. 26” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Offered is a standard Marlin Model 1893 rifle with lots of original condition. Features full round barrel, full magazine; German silver knife blade front sight; Marlin sporting leaf rear sight, case colored frame, hammer and lever. Walnut stocks with rifled buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 95% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. The frame retains approximately 90% plus of the original case colors, most of which is still brilliant with much original varnish, with the exception of the bolt thinning. The frame screws retain the majority of their factory blue finish, as does the loading gate. Nice color on sides of lever. Tang is stamped “Model 1893”. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks and only the usual minor abrasions. Buttstock is a little shy to metal and was probably freshened up. Buttplate has turned patina. Action is perfect. Strong bore. Even the forend tip retains approximately 80% original blue finish. 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 354

354 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MOD 64 SHORT RIFLE/CARBINE. Serial No. 1091836. .30 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1935. This is a factory short rifle or carbine that has the special short front sight ramp only used on this model. Other features include full round barrel, half magazine, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. The deluxe model also includes checkering on the forend and pistol grip with the Winchester logo grip cap and sling eyes on forend cap and buttstock. Rear sight blank is filled. This rifle sports the Lyman receiver peep sight. This rifle remains in near mint all original condition, showing virtually no signs of any use, retaining 99% original factory blue throughout with only a couple of minor storage rubs. Deluxe walnut stocks are near mint with razor sharp checkering and no cracks or chips. Near mint bore and action. Has the rounded crown at muzzle. It would be nearly impossible to find a finer condition deluxe Model 64 short rifle. Worthy of an original box. 3,000.00 - 4,500.00 128

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LOT - 355

355 - (C) AN EXQUISITE MAUSER DELUXE SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 74894. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Offered is one of the finest Mauser sporting rifles we have encountered. The Mauser frame is beautifully engraved with scroll work, the bolt handle is engraved with a knurled knob. The breech of the barrel is engraved. It is a sporter barrel without the 98k steps. No provision for rear sight. The muzzle is engraved , the ramp front sight is engraved on sides. A Lyman receiver sight has been installed on the right side. Gun wears a Griffin and Howe quick release mount and sports a Balfor 8 scope with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. The blued finish remains at 99% on barrel and frame. The trigger guard and floor plate are engraved with blue finish and gold wash and is stamped with the master gun maker “H&H ZEHNER GUNSMITHS” from Frankfurt, Germany. Floor plate has twin antler game, pistol grip cap has a solid black rubber recoil pad. Stock has a slender Schnable forend and features checkered forend and pistol grip. In addition to checkering stock features scroll carvings that run the length of the stock with roll over cheek piece with undercut ridge. Right side of stock is fully carved with large antlered caribou. The bolt and bolt release are finely jeweled. There is a barrel mounted sling eye at front and another at rear stock. There are no caliber markings on this rifle so we are assumming it is a standard 8 mm but should be checked before firing. Overall one of the most exquisite Mauser sporting rifles we have seen. The workmanship is seldom seen performed today. 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 356

356 - (C) N.I.B. MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL MC RIFLE. Serial No. 24434. 26” barrel in 6.5x68mm caliber. Rifle features hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, bridge not drilled, polished straight butter knife bolt handle, double set triggers, “Stoeger Arms” on floorplate, sling swivels, black forend tip, black pistol grip cap and buttplate, half stock, Monte Carlo comb with rollover cheek piece. This rifle is new right from the factory inside and out in a very desirable caliber. Comes in its original numbered box with proper end label, 1958 dated test target by serial number. Comes with two boxes of ammunition. Would be impossible to improve upon this rifle, especially given that it has its rare original box. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 357 357 - (C) GRIFFIN & HOWE CUSTOM MAUSER SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 116022. 24” barrel in 7mm Remington magnum caliber. Long known as one of the premier custom rifle makers since the 1920’s, their custom bolt action sporting rifles are known throughout the world. The basis for this custom rifle is an original Mauser action and the balance is all Griffin & Howe. Top of the barrel is stamped “Griffin & Howe New York, NY No. 2478”. Features blued finish, round barrel, banded ramp front sight, three-position folding leaf rear sight, Griffin & Howe pistol grip checkered walnut stock with ebony forend, metal pistol grip cap, Nushoc red rubber solid recoil pad, undercut rollover cheek piece, oil finished with deluxe grain, sling eyes, and sports a period Norman-Ford Texan 7/8” tube scope with solid steel Redfield mounts, old school with top mounting screws. Has line and post optics. Pistol grip has deluxe wrap-around checkering. Rifle retains approximately 98% original custom rust-blue finish. There is some age freckling and finish loss to floorplate. Scope has a hint of high edge wear. Wood is near mint. Fine bore and action. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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LOT - 358

358 - (C)HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE RIFLE. Serial No. 29474. Serial # 29474 Caliber is .348 wcf, barrel length is 24”. This deluxe rifle was manufactured in 1949. Referred to as a short tang model. Deluxe model featured high quality checkered walnut stock with Winchester pistol grip and checkered butt plate with factory sling eyes in stock and for-end. Standard features include round barrel, hooded ramp sight, half magazine, solid frame, blued finish, rear sight has a filler and a Redfield target receiver sight installed. This rifle has seen little use. There is a hint of wear at base of frame. A few marks where rear sight elevator has rested and light muzzle wear with some thinning at bottom of lever loop. Screws are perfect. Frame and barrel retain approx. 98% of high polish blue. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, no cracks with sharp checkering. For-end has a couple of hunting mars. Fine bore and action. A beautiful early post war deluxe. Original and unaltered. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 359

359 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .44 S.R.C. Serial No. 805801. Barrel is 20”, caliber is .44 WCF. Manufactured in 1916. Winchester model 1892 saddle ring carbine in .44 caliber is one of the most desirable of all Winchester carbines. This model is standard and all original. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, classic post front sight, folding saddle ring carbine sight, blued finish, walnut stocks. Has the original saddle ring and stud. The barrel retains approximately 70% original factory blue finish mixing with smooth plum patina with razor sharp legends. Rear barrel band has about 50-60% original blue. The frame is a pleasing mix of smooth blue-brown-gun metal patina. 80% of original blue on loading gate. Has the standard carbine butt plate. Walnut stocks are excellent to near mint with just a couple of minor marks. The forearm forward of the barrel band has a small stress crack which could easily be repaired. Strong bore with some minor black powder abrasion. Perfect action. Far above average .44 carbine. Factory research: serial number applied April 5, 1916. No other information. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 360

360 - (C) RARE DELUXE WIN. MODEL 71 SHORT RIFLE/CARBINE. Serial No. 24055. .348 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1947. Offered is an extremely rare, all original, high condition Winchester Model 71 deluxe lever action short rifle. Special features of the short rifle include the 20” barrel with the special shorter front sight ramp, finely checkered walnut stocks with Winchester logo pistol grip cap, and checkered steel buttplate. The rear sight slot is filled and this rifle sports a Lyman adjustable receiver peep sight. There is a hint of muzzle wear and magazine cap wear. Frame has two or three small storage spots, otherwise the rifle retains 98% or better of the original factory blue. Walnut stocks are near mint with no cracks or chips, only a couple of minor scuffs and storage marks. Action is perfect. Bore is near mint. Has the flat-cut crown. Extremely fine deluxe short rifle that has seen very little, if any, actual use. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 361

361 - (C) MAUSER PRE-WAR SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 30001. 24” barrel in 9x56mm caliber. This lovely Mauser sporting rifle was manufactured before the war. It features an octagon to round barrel with full matted rib, ramp front sight, and two leaf folding rear sporting sight. Barrel is stamped “H. Burgsmuller & Sohne-Hoflilferinten - Kreiensen”. the barrel is beautifully rust blued retaining 97% finish with sling swivel. Frame, bolt, and safety are beautifully case hardened. Bridge has integral claw mounts installed. The bolt, safety, shroud, and bolt release have all matching numbers. Has double set triggers. Trigger guard and floor plate are also case colored. Sports a checkered round knob walnut stock with Schnauble forend and leather covered rubber butt pad. Perfect action. Wood is excellent to near mint. All case colored parts retain virtually all of the original colors Bore is strong and shiny. This rifle is accompanied by a set of RCBS loading dies. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 130

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LOT - 362

362 - (C) CUSTOM DELUXE ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 55. Serial No. 9002. .32 Winchester Special caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1928. Offered is a beautiful custom deluxe hand engraved Winchester Model 55 lever action rifle. Standard features include full round barrel, takedown magazine, ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, walnut stocks, and steel buttplate. The workmanship on this rifle was performed by a master craftsman. The engraving is in the style and quality of Kornbrath. Frame, takedown ring, and forend cap are hand-chisel engraved in a scroll and leaf pattern and finished in a coin nickel brushed appearance. The forward portion of the receiver bridge is finely stippled. All of the screw heads are engraved and immaculate. Lever and base are high polish blue finish. The deluxe checkered highly figured walnut stock features an engraved coin-satin nickel grip cap. There is a silver owner’s initials plaque at butt. Buttplate is unfinished, features a bullet trapdoor, and the screws and surrounding area are also engraved. Left side of stock has a rollover cheek piece. Wood appears to be dark grain French walnut. Barrel retains all of the high polished blue finish with sharp legends. Rifle is equipped with sling eyes. Bolt and hammer retain all of the brilliant blue finish. Trigger is checkered. Bore is near mint and shiny. This rifle exhibits the kind of workmanship that was put out by the early custom rifle-smiths of the era such as Hoffman, Owen, or Griffin & Howe. It was obviously built at great cost for someone who knew exactly what he wanted, and could afford it. Arguably, the most ornate Model 55 Winchester in existence. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 363

363 - (M) STEYR H550 BMG .50 CAL. SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. HS1001254. 33” barrel in .50 BMG caliber. Weighs approximately 28.5 lbs. Manufactured in Austria by Steyr. This rifle was no closet queen. Has the Desert Storm color scheme. Frame and barrel are a camel beige. Forend, pistol grip stock extension, scope and mounts, as well as muzzle break are a flat Navy grey. Bolt and bipod are blued. Forearm and all edges of frame show use. Scope is a Millett 25x with high edge wear all over. Fine bore and action. One of the highest quality .50 calibers made. This one looks like it has been to war. High quality sniper rifle for the three mile sniper. 3,500.00 - 7,500.00

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364 - (C) BREN SEMI-AUTOMATIC MK II LIGHT MACHINE GUN. Serial No. 8T3457. The Bren was originally chambered for the .303 British and then converted to 7.62mm however this receiver is not marked with the “7.62mm IA” designation, barrel length 25 inches with flash hider. This firearm started life as a fully automatic Bren Mk II machine gun. Receiver was then cut as per AFT instructions. The receiver LOT - 364 was reconstructed as a semi-automatic rifle. This rifle comes with the parts identification and lists, complete instructions on the reassembly of a cut receiver into a legal semi-automatic firing rifle. Also included with the paperwork is the application and permit for importation of firearms, ammunition and implements of war and a receipt from Inter Ordnance of America for the Bren Mk II parts kit. The front bipod is correct for the MkII. Rear flip up aperture is adjustable for elevation. Extras include a spare barrel and one thirty round magazine. The machinist whom reassembled this receiver has done a remarkable job as it is very hard to see where it was welded back together. The receiver is marked Bren MkII and Ignlis 1943 on the right side. The shaft on the left is marked A.S.R., there has been a stopped welded in place so the safety selector will only move into the S and R positions. There are a few very light stampings on the left side of the receiver that cannot be made out from the machining and polishing after reassembly. The wood furniture is in good condition with dings and scratches as from a gun from 1943. This firearm would make a great addition to any collection. 4,500.00 - 7,000.00

LOT - 365

365 - (C) CASED SAVAGE MODEL 99 COMBINATION SET. Serial No. 237665. 24” barrel in .300 Savage/.410 bore. Savage introduced this case set in 1921. It is basically a model 99 G that comes in a fitted case with two barrels, one for the 300 Savage and the other is chambered for the .410 smoothbore. Checkered forend and pistol grip stock with serrated steel buttplate and grip cap. These were all take down models. This is an early model stamped Savage model 1899 on the receiver. All metal is blued with the exception of the case colored lever. Has the cocking indicator. Frame retains approximately 85% of the factory matte blue finish and 90% brilliant case colors on lever. Stock is excellent with sharp checkering and usual storage marks. Both barrels retain approximately 90% original blue and have fine bores. Outfit is fitted in its original black hard case with velvet lining Savage logo. Handle has old repair. 4,000.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 366

366 - (C) SPECTACULAR FRED ADOLF CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD SPTG. Serial No. 1213223. 24” barrel in .30-06 Govt. caliber. This rifle originates from the famed collection of collector/author Mike Petrov. Michael, recently deceased, was a wealth of information dealing with custom pre-war sporting rifle and his two volumes on this subject have become the bible to custom rifle collectors world wide. This was one from his personal collection. There is not enough room, nor is there need to extol the virtues and fame of Fred Adolf. The classic lines of the custom Adolf rifle bear no explanation. This custom rifle was built utilizing a U.S. Springfield 1903 action that was manufactured in 1921. The knurled bolt has an inset bolt peep sight installed, the barrel was manufactured with no rear sight cut. Has a military style front sight. Barrel does have an 1/8” marker line at three o’clock at breech. All metal surfaces retain approximately 98% of the expertly reapplied blue finish. The slender pistol grip walnut stock has the lines of an early Newton with beautiful fine line checkering and fleur-de-lis accents. Has checkered side panels similar to a Wundhammer. Has early sling swivels, a metal serrated trapdoor buttplate with small upper teat. The wood is in phenomenal condition with no cracks just a couple small marks from use. Has a decorative fluted grip cap with engraved screw. Action is superb. Strong rifle bore. Rifle weighs 7lbs 4 oz. Stellar custom rifle from one of the worlds most renown pre-war gunsmiths and seldom seen on today’s market. 5,000.00 - 8,000.00 132

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LOT - 367

367 - (C) JOHN DUBIEL PRE-WAR CUSTOM SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 504. .300 magnum with a barrel length of 26”. John Dubiel is considered by many to be the finest gunsmith of his era. He began working with the Hoffman Arms company in Cleveland in 1923 developing his skill with both stocks and barrels. In 1932, John opened his own shop at the site of the old Hoffman Arms company in Ardmore, Oklahoma. He performed work there in 1932 until his death in 1937. Two very famous rifle cartridges were named after him, the 276 and the 280 Dubiel. John’s customers read like a who’s who of pre-war shooting personalities, to include Elmer Keith, Charles Atkins Sr., and General James H. “Jimmy” Doolittle, USAF. This rifle was obtained from its original owner and comes with a photo album of hunting trips of W.M. Stevenson of Houston, Texas with a map of their camps in 1937 and 1938 and dozens of small B&W photos of Texas hill country, game and firearms. John built this custom sporting rifle based on the famed Mauser action. He turned a custom barrel that features a fully stippled matted rib from breech to muzzle. It is stamped “Dubiel Arms Company” as well as “CAL .300 mag” (.300 Holland & Holland) and “No. 504”. It has a three leaf folding express sight as part of the rib, designated 100, 200 & 300 yards with platinum lines. It has a hooded ramp front sight. Bolt is etched with the “Worm” oil retaining process. The blued fore plate and trigger guard are finely engraved and believed to be the work of Rudolph Kornbrath, who was known to have done work for John. The Dubiel crafted stock is done in the classic English style, featuring dark, straight grain American walnut, with the horn forend tip, finely checkered forend that encompasses the entire circumference with a light finely checkered pistol grip. The stock is slightly offset for a left handed shooter, but is barely noticeable and completely comfortable as a right handed gun. The grip cap and bolt knob are also engraved in the same hand as trigger guard and floor plate. Stock is in near mint condition with a solid red rubber recoil pad that was a more recent addition, probably due to the deterioration of the original. This rifle is mounted with a pre-war Hensoldt scope by means of a Griffin & Howe quick detachable mount. Rifle retains virtually all of its high polish blue finish and comes with quick detachable sling swivels and leather sling. Arguably the finest prewar custom bolt action rifle we have ever seen or offered. It is stamped as 300 mag, but this is actually the old .300 H&H cartridge, not the current .300 magnum. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

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

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

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370 - (N) TRANSFERABLE RUGER AC-556F AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 191-05524. Chambered in .223 Remington/5.56mm with a barrel length of 13â&#x20AC;?. The Ruger AC-556F automatic rifle is a short barrel and selective fire weapon based on the AC-556 automatic rifle but with a folding rear stock. This rifle is ideally adapted for aircraft and helicopter operations, patrol vehicles and many other applications where a high rate accurate fire (750 R.P.M) combined with compactness and short overall length (33.â&#x20AC;?) are required. Gun include soft carrying case, 30 round magazine and operators manual. Bore is clean and shiny with sharp rifling, stock has been re varnished, this gun is in overall very good condition. 9,000.00 - 13,000.00

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371 - (C) AWARD WINNING MAUSER COMBINATION - OBERHAMMER. Serial No. 4192. Top barrel 8mm Mauser caliber, bottom barrel 16 bore. Blued round steel barrels, rifle barrel is 21”, shotgun barrel is 20-3/4”. Top barrel marked “P. OBERHAMMER. KGL. BAIR. HOF ,BUCHSENMACHER. MUNCHEN.” (Gun Maker to the King and Kaiser) in center. Front and rear sights mounted on stipple-decorated platforms. Barrels separated by full-length wooden panels on each side with engraved steel cap at muzzle and removal levers. Breech of rifle barrel has stiff-leaf engraving and is marked “7.7 mm” and stamped with serial number and German proofs. Shotgun barrel has figured walnut forend with two panels of shaped checkering. Engraved opening lever between barrels on left side, near breech. Right side equipped with safety lever for shotgun barrel with a gold-inlaid “S”. Great detail can be seen on every metal component including the finely-engraved screw heads, levers, breeches, sights, action, floorplate, trigger guard, and breeches. Action is a typical Mauser Model 98 action with the standard wing safety but extensively engraved with scrolls, detailed borders and fine stippling. The engraved hand-lever detachable floorplate and takedown lever, a German shotgun-type scroll-engraved trigger guard with two triggers, with the front trigger, for the rifle barrel, becoming a hair trigger when pushed forward. The rear trigger is connected by a long link to the shotgun’s firing mechanism, which is in front of the magazine. Compact firing mechanism, which cocks when the barrel is swung out into the open position to extract or reload a shell. When barrel is opened, the empty shell automatically extracts slightly, for easy removal. Features a flip-up Oberhammer’s patent aperture sight on the action’s tang. The pistol-grip buttstock is made from highly figured walnut, with checkered panels on each side of the wrist and a checkered hard rubber butt plate. Finely-carved relief oval cheek piece and panels on each side below action. Excellent condition, all engraving and markings are sharp. Retains 80 to 90% blue finish overall, with typical wear on bottom of side-opening action, bolt, and on right side of barrel, due to wear from wood sliding along barrel when shotgun barrel swivels open. Right side of shotgun barrel has a small dent below the stock takedown lever. Stock with typical scattered marks from use and marks around levers and safeties. A one inch triangular section has been professionally replaced on left side below action, and a small triangular section on left side in top left quadrant of fore-end professionally replaced. All mechanical components function well and properly. This rifle is extremely rare and possibly the only known example of this type by this maker. The rifle was extremely expensive when it was made, costing as much as a fine German drilling, which partially explains the scarcity. The maker, P. Oberhammer, lived from 1838 until 1888. He worked in Saltzburg, Vienna, and Munich and had many firearms related patents, inventions, and designs, including this rifle, a four barrel hunting gun, the aperture sight found on this rifle, an extractor mechanism, and many more. Complete with 2006 German Gun Collector’s Association trophy with a silver plaque, which reads “Awarded to David Shelton for his Oberhammer Gun”. This is the Franz Jaeger Award for Excellence in Firearms Design and Engineering. Also included, are two editions of the German Gun Collector’s Assn. journals, one featuring an article on pages 20 through 22 featuring this particular rifle, including: information, history, drawings, and information about the maker. A beautiful rifle with excellent German engineering and craftsmanship. 20,000.00 - 40,000.00

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372 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 25 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1772. Cal .25-20 WCF, Barrel length 24”. This rifle was manufactured from 1923 to 1935. Features: full round barrel, 2/3 magazine loading tube, sporting sights, blue finish, take down, with grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip walnut stock with rifled butt plate. Frame retains approximately 95% original factory blue with minor high edge wear. Barrel is about the same with razor sharp legions. Tube retains approximately 75% blue with a 1” area of light corrosion. Forend is near mint. Stock is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks and a few minor dings. Action perfect, strong rifle bore. 600.00 - 1,000.00

373 - (A) CASED COLT 1851 COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER. Serial No. A85774. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. This revolver is numbered 80 out of 1865 issued by America Remembers. It is an copy of an 1851 Colt Navy six shot single action with blued octagon barrel and cylinder, and a gold plated frame, trigger guard, and back strap with one piece wood grips and case colored hammer. Distributed by AHL of Ashland, Virginia. The barrel is a high polish royal blue. Left side gold ribbon reads “American Civil War 150th Anniversary Tribute” with Confederate and Union flags. Right side in gold ribbon reads “A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand” with Confederate and Union flags. Right and left sides of frame are stamped “C.S. U.S. 1861-65”. Blued cylinder has six gold stars and a gold band depicting Civil War battle scenes. Gun is as new, never fired, and comes in a glass top wood display case with plaque and copies of U.S. and C.S. belt buckles. 450.00 - 650.00

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374 - (A) WEBLEY & SCOTT 1-1/2 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 27872. 4-1/4” barrel in .442 centerfire caliber. Retailer P. Webley & Son London & Birmingham. This exact style revolver can be seen on page 38 in the book “Webley Solid Frame Revolvers” by Black, Ficken, and Michaels. Features octagon barrel, six shot, double action, smooth cylinder, two piece checkered walnut grips with diamond, and a half moon front sight. Grips are very good. Metal is a grey-brown patina with no original finish. Indexes perfectly both single and double action. Strong clean bore. These sturdy English double action revolvers were popular in the 19th century. The No. 1-1/2 is basically the same as the Pug but in a larger caliber. 450.00 - 650.00

375 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 230949. 4” barrel in .31 percussion caliber. Manufactured in 1863. Features six shot, single action, percussion, octagon barrel, brass trigger guard and backstrap, varnished walnut one piece grips. Matching numbers with the exception of the wedge (not numbered). Cylinder is numbered 30949 (matching). Strong legends. Metal is gun metal patina. Traces of cylinder scene. Excellent original grips. Indexes fine. Very good bore. Wedge and locking screw are replacements. 450.00 - 650.00

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376 - (A) COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING REVOLVER. Serial No. 62785. 4-1/2” barrel in .38 LC caliber. Manufactured 1888. Standard six shot double action revolver with nickel finish and black composite Colt grips. Strong two-line legend on barrel. Strong legend on frame. Etched panel no longer visible. Bottom and left side of barrel retain approximately 90% nickel. 50% top and right side mixed with brown patina. 20% nickel on cylinder, balance brown patina. Left side of frame and trigger guard 50%. Right side 70%. Grips are replacements. Working single action and double action, sometimes sticky. Excellent rifling. 450.00 - 650.00

377 - (A) REMINGTON NEW MODEL POCKET REVOLVER CONV. NSN. Caliber .32 rimfire, Barrel length 3-1/2”. These revolvers were manufactured from 1863-1873. This revolver was converted from percussion to fire a self contained cartridge. Features the octagon barrel, full factory nickel finish, five shot, spur trigger, single action with square butt rose wood grips. Barrel has some small areas of flaking. Frame and trigger guard have some fine age spotting, as does the cylinder, but fine overall retaining 85-90% original nickel finish. Excellent original grips. Fine action, indexes perfectly, strong near mint rifled bore. 450.00 - 650.00

378 - (C) LOT OF 3: H&R POCKET REVOLVERS & S&W. Serial No. NSN & 131194. The Smith & Wesson is an unfired .32 safety hammerless Second Model with a 3-1/2” barrel, five shot, double action, factory nickel finish, blued trigger guard and barrel latch, with case colored trigger, and black composite logo grips. This is a Second Model manufactured 1902 to 1909. Cylinder face shows no signs of having ever been fired. Razor sharp legends. 98% original factory nickel finish with small blemish on right side under rib. A few light storage marks and a couple of age freckles on frame. 90% of bright blue on trigger guard. Strong case colors on side of trigger. Grips are near mint. Perfect action. Strong bore with minor abrasion. Indexes perfectly. Both of the H&R revolvers are nearly identical and sport top break, 3-1/4” barrels, nickel finish, black composite logo grips, five shot, double action, blued trigger guards, and case colored hammers and triggers. Both have sharp legends on barrels. One retains 85% nickel while the other retains 90%. Both have some minor flaking in spots. Blued trigger guards are 50% on both with visible case colors on both hammers and triggers. Trigger return spring is weak on both revolvers. Bores are strong with usual abrasions. Both grips are near mint. Strong but dirty rifling on both revolvers. 450.00 - 750.00

379 - (A) BELGIUM LEFAUCHEUX TYPE PINFIRE REVOLVER. Serial No. 561. 6” barrel with a .42 bore measurement. Manufactured in Belgium and so proofed. Is based on the LeFaucheux French pinfire system. Features six shot, double action, full octagon barrel, with two piece checkered walnut grips, and lanyard ring. Matching serial number on barrel and frame. Barrel has a full top rib with engraving at breech. Cylinder and frame are engraved as is back strap. Loading gate intact. Walnut grips very good to excellent, all metal surfaces are a soft brown patina. Cylinder indexes but does not lock into place. Fine clean rifling. These revolvers were very popular for the Confederacy for the war between the States and were imported by the thousands into southern ports via the blockage runners. 450.00 - 750.00

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380 - (A) UNION ARMS COMPANY PERCUSSION POCKET REVOLVER. NSN. 5” Barrel in .31 percussion. While top of barrel is stamped “Union Arms Co. NY” these revolvers were actually made by the Baken Arms company in Norwich, CT. It is referred to as the Baken Arms Company Pocket Model Revolver. Features: round barrel, five shot fluted cylinder, single action, engraved frame, with varnished walnut two piece grips. Strong legends, metal is basically a soft grey brown patina. Much original varnish on grips. Cylinder indexes well, strong rifling. 450.00 - 750.00

381 - (A) MANHATTAN ARMS PERCUSSION SINGLE ACTION REV. Serial No. 38304. 6-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Manufactured 1859 to 1868. Standard five shot, single action, percussion Navy revolver with full octagon barrel, engraved cylinder scene, brass backstrap and trigger guard, and one piece varnished walnut grips. The 6-1/2” barrel is the rarest barrel length with this revolver. This is a Series Three with matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. Cylinder is missing one nipple. Grave panels are excellent. Strong legend on top of barrel. Barrel, frame, and cylinder are basically a gun metal grey. Wedge is a modern replacement. Traces of silver plating on trigger guard. Someone has kill-notched the entire trigger guard, front strap, and rear strap. Original grips are very good with a repaired crack on left side and numerous dents on bottom. Cylinder rod is also numbered to gun. Bore has black powder corrosion. Cylinder does not index. 500.00 - 700.00

382 - (A) GERMAN SINGLE SHOT INDOOR TARGET PISTOL. NSN. .22 LR caliber, 11” three-stage blued steel barrel with front and rear sight. Marked on bottom with crown ”B”, crown ”G” over a crown ”U” and an upside down “5”. Left side with worn and indistinct marks. Blued steel single shot rim fire action with lever and thumb release on right side, back of action scalloped on both sides. Right side marked with crown ”B” over crown ”U”. Steel grip straps and trigger guard with spur at rear, single trigger. Blued steel butt cap with turned finial. Wood grip with checkered panels on each side and panels with carved shell behind action on each side. Excellent condition, possibly re-blued contemporary to use. Retains 90-95% blue finish overall. Two-piece grips are excellent. Excellent bore. 500.00 - 800.00

383 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL BY ASTON. NSN. Round 8-1/2” barrel marked “US JH P” on left side of breech and dated “1847” on tang. .54 caliber smoothbore with brass front sight. Steel swivel ramrod. Lock plate marked “U.S. H. ASTON”, the tail marked “MIDDTN CONN 1848.” Brass furniture, each component marked with small inspector’s stamp. Walnut stock with inspector’s cartouches, “WN” in oval and “WAJ” in behind side plate. Very good condition with even grey patina on all steel surfaces with some light pitting at breech, brass with mellow patina. Stock excellent with clear cartouches and light marks from use. 500.00 - 800.00

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384 - (A) FLINTLOCK SCREW BARREL PISTOL BY BARBER. NSN. Round 2-1/2” barrel with lug for barrel-removal wrench and rocker panel engraved ring at intersection with action. Two English proof marks on bottom near breech. .43 caliber smoothbore. Scalloped boxlock action with side plates engraved with rocker panel borders, right side with “LONDON” engraved in an oval surrounded by military motifs and “Barber” in script on other side. Reinforced cock with engraved border, thumb safety engraved with acanthus leaf. Steel trigger guard with daisy engraved on the bow. Figured walnut grips with flat panels on each side. Good condition, dark grey patina overall, with scattered dark spots and some marks from use, side plate screw slightly marred and barrel cannot be removed. Grip very good with scattered marks from use. 500.00 - 800.00

385 - (A) PAIR OF MUZZLE LOADING DERRINGERS. NSN. Gun A) A crudely-made percussion pistol with a Deringer lock. 4-3/16” round barrel with scroll engraved patent breech and flat rib along top, small silver sight at muzzle. .50 caliber rifled bore. Back action lock with hammer replaced in period and marked “DERINGER”. Crudely made partially figured maple stock, sheet brass ramrod thimble, crude steel trigger guard, and replaced wooden ramrod. Good condition pitted brown patina on steel surfaces, stock very good with scattered marks from use. Missing hammer screw. Gun B) A Continental flintlock pocket pistol with a round 3-1/4” barrel with traces of engraving near breech and turnings at muzzle. .43 caliber smoothbore. Plain walnut stock with crudely engraved sheet brass furniture. Fair condition, steel components have been cleaned and have scattered dark areas and pitting, furniture with unpolished patina, trigger guard missing and side plate broken in two at rear lock screw, band missing at muzzle, stock has scattered dents and marks from use and the ramrod is replaced. 500.00 - 800.00 386 - (A) AN OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Round 11-7/8” tapered barrel with two indistinctly marked rectangular proof marks on top near the breech and one square brass inlay on left side, barrel fastened by silver capine embossed with scroll patterns; .63 caliber smoothbore. Rounded lock plate with engraved rear tang and cock, waterproof pan, and roller frizzen; signed with unusual signature in center. Plain walnut full stock of crude form with crude cast brass furniture and cast relief decoration. Pin fastened trigger guard and side plate has military motifs. Three large pierced brass inlays back of grip surrounded by four smaller and crudely engraved inlays. Top jaw and top jaw screw replaced, lock protruding slightly, barrel and lock with even grey patina, stock very good but has been sanded, brass with scattered marks from use and polished bright. 500.00 - 800.00

387 - (A+C) LOT OF 3: EUROPEAN HANDGUNS. This lot consists of two solid brass flare guns as well as a Webley Mk VI double action revolver. The Webley Mk VI, serial No. 304090, is a standard World War I six shot, double action, top break revolver with a 6” octagon barrel, blued finish, and checkered composite grips. This revolver has been altered from the original .455 to .45 ACP. Serial number is no longer visible on cylinder. Revolver was refinished at time of conversion and is now a smooth mix of blue and brown with some light salt and pepper under finish. Action perfect. Fine clean bore. The second gun is an all brass single shot flare gun dated 1943. Serial No. 22668. Manufactured in Sydney, Australia. It is a tip-up single shot in excellent condition. Checkered grips with lanyard ring and a rack No. 7. The last gun in the lot is a brass frame flare gun manufactured by Shobert of Paris. Features checkered walnut grips and left side release. Grips are rough. 500.00 - 800.00

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388 - (A) REICHSREVOLVER M79 COMMISSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 7789. 7.20” barrel in 10.55mm caliber. It is a six round single action non-ejecting revolver with blued finish, two piece walnut grips, and lanyard ring. This Model 1879 was manufactured in 1882 by S.V.C.S.O.C.H. Suhl. Has all visible matching numbers. Stocks are excellent. The buttcap is regimentally stamped with “83 A2 30”. All metal parts are a soft grey-brown patina. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore with minor abrasions. The multiple manufacturer initials indicates manufacture by a consortium that included V.C. Shilling and C.G. Haenel. 500.00 - 800.00

389 - (A) PAIR OF COLT 1877/1878 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Serial No. 90583 & 29911. (A) Model 1877, six shot, double action, .41 caliber, Serial 98583. Black Colt composite grips, has a 6 in. barrel, has 20% original nickel, balance grey patina, matching numbers, indexes perfectly, strong bore with black powder residue. Manufactured in 1895. (B) 1878 Colt Double Action Revolver, 5 1/2 in. barrel, Caliber .45 Colt, Serial 29911. Manufactured 1892. This is an all brown six shot double action with black composite grips and with traces of original nickel, cylinder indexes fine, bore has ring two inches from muzzle. 500.00 - 800.00

390 - (C) WEBLEY & SCOTT MK V DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 17443. Caliber .455/.476, Barrel Length 6”. The Webley MK V was adopted in 1913 and the 6” barrel was introduced in 1915. Features: top break, blued finish, six shot, double action with black composite bird’s head grips, lanyard loop, left side release, the rib is stamped “P”. Webley & Son London & Birmingham. Matching serial number on cylinder. Grip straps are a blue brown patina. Balance of gun retains 95% of blue. Grips are near mint. Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong bore, commercial quality finish. WWI era Webley large bore, large frame double action revolver. 500.00 - 800.00

391 - (A) COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER CONVERSION. Serial No. 31916. 7-1/2” barrel in .38 centerfire caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1868 as a .38 percussion revolver. It is a six shot single action converted to fire self contained cartridges in the early 1870’s. Has all matching numbers except the wedge which is not marked. Barrel has approximately 70% of the reapplied blue finish with sharp legends and a bit of salt and pepper on right side muzzle. Navy scene on cylinder remains at 50% retaining nearly 85% reapplied finish. Frame retains 75% of the reapplied blue finish. Trigger guard and back strap retain 75% original plating. Original one piece walnut grips retain generous amounts of original finish. Indexes fine, strong rifling with usual black powder abrasions. 500.00 - 900.00

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392 - (A) WILD BILL HICKOK 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. A90968. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 caliber percussion. This is an Italian Uberti replica special edition of 500 issued by the American Historical Foundation. Standard features include full octagon barrel, non-fluted six shot cylinder with Naval scene, single action, nickel plated, engraved with eagle liberty faux ivory grips. Backstrap is engraved “J.B. Hickok 1869”. Revolver is fully nickel plated and is engraved on the barrel, loading lever, frame, and backstrap. Trigger guard is stamped “JBH 178” and is No. 178 of 500. Comes with certificate. Gun remains in new unfired condition in a plain white shipping box. 500.00 - 1,000.00

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393 - (A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 24756. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Features full blue octagon barrel, blued cylinder with Naval scene, case colored loading rod, frame, hammer, square-back brass trigger guard, brass backstrap and one piece walnut grips. This revolver was manufactured in 1978. The only thing unusual about this gun is that it has the brass backstrap and no signs of any silver or nickel plating as is standard. Shows in as new condition inside and out with no signs of having been fired. As new Second Generation Colt 1851 Navy with just some light storage on high edges of barrel. Comes with box and booklet. 300.00 - 600.00

394 - (A) REMINGTON TYPE II MODEL 3 O/U DERINGER. Serial No. 17. 3” barrel in .41 rimfire short caliber. The Type II was introduced in 1888. This popular Deringer has a hinged frame from which the barrel tip upwards and there is a manual ejector. Pistol retains approximately 60% original factory nickel and sports a pair of period ivory grips. Grips are in excellent condition having darkened with age. The missing nickel finish is a smooth brown patina. Rifling is visible, but worn. Action is perfect. A nice honest example of a 19th century large caliber Deringer. Popular with gamblers of the era. 550.00 - 850.00

395 - (A) PERCUSSION MILITARY STYLE PISTOL. NSN. Round 8-1/4” steel barrel marked with a “P” in an oval near the breech, .59 caliber smoothbore. Flat beveled percussion lock is unmarked. Brass furniture including trigger guard with rounded tangs, flat sheet brass military-style side plate with similar form to an 1803 Harper’s Ferry pistol and sheet brass ramrod ferrule with two engraved lines. Plain walnut stock with a horn ramrod. In very good condition with dark grey patina on lock and barrel with scattered light pitting. Stock with scattered marks from use and small loss along barrel on right side. 600.00 - 800.00

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396 - (A) COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 175974. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Standard features include full octagon barrel, six shot, single action, brass back strap and trigger guard, and one piece walnut grips. This is a civilian model manufactured in 1864. All metal is a freckled grey patina with strong cylinder scene and legends. Untouched brass. Very good grips with a chip at toe and traces of original varnish. Missing the wedge locking screw. All matching numbers including the wedge. Cylinder does not index. There is some disfiguration of metal along the left side rear of the barrel. Has an added front sight. Very good rifling with usual abrasion. 600.00 - 900.00

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397 - (A) CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL. NSN. Probably Belgian; octagonal 6-1/8” Damascus barrel with scrollengraved patent hooked breech, marked on bottom near breech with unknown mark and “141”. Small front sight, small notched rear sight at tang, tang with scroll engraving. .59 caliber bore with multi-groove rifling. Back action lock and hammer, finely engraved with scroll patterns. Walnut half stock with checkered wrist, iron furniture includes engraved nose cap, trigger guard, small side plate and butt cap; small brass oval escutcheons around barrel key, replaced brass ramrod. Very good condition overall with thinning brown finish on barrel, lock bright with a few scattered dark spots, furniture with even grey patina and stock very good. 600.00 - 900.00

LOT - 398 398 - (C) BOXED MOSIN NAGANT 91/30 SNIPER RIFLE. Serial No. 6618. 29” barrel in 7.62mm caliber. This rifle was imported by P.W. Arms. Has matching number on barrel, frame, bolt, magazine, and buttplate. It is the standard military sniper rifle of World War II Russia. Made famous in the move “Enemy at the Gates”. Has the special turn down bolt finished in the white, scope mount on left side, and comes with a mint in box P.U. scope. Standard military configuration with globe front sight, military rear sight, arsenal reapplied blue finish, hardwood stock with finger grooves, two barrel bands, and cleaning rod. Stock has some varnish loss. Metal retains virtually all of the reapplied finish. Bore and action are excellent. Comes in its shipping box with accessories and scope. Fine shooting sniper rifle. Importation is no longer legal and these are drying up. 600.00 - 900.00

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399 - (A) REMINGTON-BEALS NAVY MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 9464. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. These scarce revolvers were manufactured 1861 to 1862 only. This is a standard model with double wing cylinder pin. It is not martially marked. Has two-piece walnut grips with brass trigger guard. It is a six shot, single action, with octagon barrel. Original blue finish is gone and the gun is now a gun metal grey. Has sharp barrel legend. Hammer spur is broken. Original grips are very good with a couple minor chips. Indexes perfectly. Strong bore. 600.00 - 900.00

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400 - (A) COLT NO. 5 PATERSON HOLSTER REVOLVER. Serial No. 62. Cal. .36 percussion, barrel length 9”. Someone went to great lengths to make this Patterson replica to appear to be an original pistol. The entire gun is brown patina, numerous dents, grips and metal have been aged, cylinder scene is perfect. Original makers marks have been removed except for “62” under barrel and frame. Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong near mint bore, grips are excellent. Would make a fine display piece or perfect for a reenactor. 600.00 - 1,000.00

401 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 45161. 6” barrel in .44 Russian caliber. The double action S&W New Model No. 3 is referred to as the Navy Model. All frames were manufactured prior to 1898. Features six shot, double action, top break, nickel plated, and black composite grips. While this revolver is all original and shows traces of original nickel finish, the gun is basically a dark brown patina with scattered salt and pepper finish. Typical attic found condition, gun has been untouched for over 100 years. Very popular cowboy revolver used during the 1880’s. Far more reliable than the Colt 1878 double action of the same genre. Cylinder indexes both single and double action. Strong bore. Good legends. Nice old cowboy gun. 600.00 - 1,200.00

402 - (A) BOXED COLT REISSUE WALKER DRAGOON. Serial No. 1319. 9” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Gun is as new, unfired in original black box with paperwork. This model features six shot, non-fluted cylinder with Cavalry scene, single action, blue and case colored, one piece grips, and brass plated backstrap and trigger guard. This is the Colt Heritage Commemorative Series. Has the gold engraved banner on left side and gold vignettes of Colt and Walker on right side. Stamped “U.S. 1847”. Both grip panels have cartouche. 600.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 402

403 - (A) LOT OF 3: S&W POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 9694, 60528, & NSN. All three revolvers are the typical Civil War period tip-up .22 caliber ,7 shot, single action, spur trigger, revolvers. One has bird’s head grips and others are square butt. The cylinder indexes on all three revolvers. All are basically patina with flashes of original finish. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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404 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 320431. Cal. .31 percussion, barrel length 4”. Manufactured in 1870, it is a standard revolver in all respects. All matching numbers to include: wedge, loading gate and cylinder. Strong barrel address, 70% cylinder scene. Excellent varnished walnut grips. Traces of blue on barrel, balance of metal is a grey/brown patina. Loading lever has been refinished. Strong rifle bore. Two nipples are damaged. Good example of a pocket revolver. 650.00 - 850.00

405 - (A) ROUCHOUSE PALM PISTOL. NSN. 3” barrel in .22 rimfire. The rimfire rounds are loaded into the top ejection port through a spring-fed magazine and locked into place on the right side, at which point, simply by squeezing the forward portion, feeds and ejects the cartridges. There are no maker’s stamps, but is very similar to the Rouchouse pistol featured on page 85 in the “Firearms Curiosa” book by Winant. Referred to by collectors as a “Palm Squeezer”. The barrel and ejector are polished in the white. Balance is a smooth brown patina. Very good to excellent checkered black composite grips. Very good rifled bore. Seems to function fine. Very interesting and scarce 19th century palm pistol. 650.00 - 950.00

406 - (A) DEALER MARKED WEBLEY RIC REVOLVER. Serial No. 13250. 4-1/2” barrel in .410 bore. Manufactured by Webley & Scott. This is a British six shot double action made for the self contained cartridge. Cylinder does not index. Has a strong rifled bore. Sports one piece checkered walnut grips. Lanyard ring is missing. Ejector rod is a replacement. Finish is a smooth, brown patina. The top strap is dealer stamped, “Liddle & Kaeding San Francisco”. Robert Liddle and Charles van Buren Kaeding bought the Bogart Brothers Sportsmen’s Emporium in 1859. The company was known as R. Liddle & Co. When Kaeding became an active partner in 1866 the company was named Liddle & Kaeding. They also kept the Sportsmen’s Emporium name. In the mid-1870’s they were the largest firearms dealer in San Francisco. These large bore double action pocket revolvers were very popular on the Barbary Coast during the latter quarter of the 19th century. They offered a lot of punch in a small package. 700.00 - 900.00

407 - (A) STARR MODEL 1863 S.A. PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 35776. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Approximately 32,000 of these revolvers were manufactured between 1863-1865. It is a six shot single action percussion revolver. The removal of the right frame screw allows the release of cylinder and the barrel and top strap tip forward on bottom hinge. The grips are walnut. Finish is blue. This was a very popular revolver during the Civil War. The left side of the frame is stamped Starr Arms Company, New York. All metal surfaces are a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina with some added finish on frame. It is a mix of numbers. The upper frame is numbered 42580 while the cylinder is numbered 35776. The original grips are shy to metal, have a pinned repair, a homemade brass buttplate, and swivel added. Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong visible rifling. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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408 - (A) CONTINENTAL FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOL. Two-stage 3-1/8” barrel in .45 caliber, engraved daisy surrounded by foliage and guild. Unmarked handmade lock with rounded lock plate and original flat cock. Plain steel furniture including flat side plate terminating in arrow at rear, trigger guard painted with small red museum or collection number and having a finial matching the side plate, and a plain butt cap. Plain walnut stock. Excellent condition overall, all steel components with grey patina and some scattered dark spots. Stock very good with light marks from use and a dent on left side aside the trigger. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 409 409 - (A) GERMANIC PERCUSSION TARGET RIFLE. NSN. .44 caliber with a 25-5/8” smooth bore octagonal barrel with patent breech. Dovetailed front blade sight and sophisticated tube peep sight behind the barrel tang which can be adjusted for elevation. Beveled lock converted to percussion. German silver ramrod ferrules, two piece sideplate and a partial buttplate, horn nose cap and ramrod tip. Carved burlwood trigger guard and 5/8” thick butt pad is carved with repeating fleur de lis pattern and incise-carved checkered clover on bow and has a pineapple finial. Full-length walnut stock with incise-carved forend displaying a large clover en suite with trigger guard and decorated with silver pins. Wrist is also checkered and decorated with silver pins, relief rococo carving terminating in a flower around barrel tang. Large cheek piece on reverse side of stock is carved with relief floral design towards butt. Iron sling swivel on forend and large sling-screw behind trigger guard. Very good condition overall, all metal with even dark grey patina. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 410 410 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 540412. Round 32-5/8” barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “VP (eagle’s head) P” and “A” on top, forward of breech block, .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug-type sight, rear sight 1884 Buffington type. Sliding ramrod-bayonet. Casehardened tang and breech block marked “US MODEL 1884”. Lock plate marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Blued steel furniture, butt plate marked “US” on tang and has trap and compartment in butt for tools. Walnut stock with deep, angled-corner cartouche dated “1891”, stamped behind trigger guard tang with encircled stylized “P”. Good condition, retains some traces of blue around action and on furniture, but steel components mostly turned brown, scattered marks from use, markings are very good. Stock with some minor chips around butt plate and scattered marks from use, excellent cartouche. Bore is bright and excellent. A total of 65,000 were made between 1889 and 1893. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 411 411 - (A) HALF STOCK PERCUSSION LONG RIFLE. NSN. Octagonal 34-1/8” barrel stamped “HENRY” between breech and notched rear sight, dovetailed German silver front sight, .39 caliber rifled bore and patent breech. Replaced contemporary percussion lock. German silver furniture including butt plate, endcap, engraved trigger guard, and barrel key escutcheons. Brass ramrod thimbles, oval wrist escutcheon and oval side plate. Figured maple half-stock, wooden ramrod with faux striping. Barrel re-blued and marking worn, contemporary lock. Stock sanded and refinished, with scattered marks from use and one crack behind lock screw. Furniture has protective coating, some wearing off and trigger guard with worn engraving. 700.00 - 1,000.00 146

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LOT - 412 412 - (A) SARDINIAN MIQUELET LONG RIFLE. The 51-1/2” tapered octagonal barrel is in .43 caliber smooth bore. Barrel signed on top flat, near breech, with partially worn signature and with “A/star/C” proof mark on left flat. Miquelet lock with the facing parts chased with scrollwork and the lock plate indistinctly signed below mainspring. Forend of deeply chased iron panels with wood panel in the center, iron panels chased with borders on each side and vines and anthropomorphic figures on bottom and a 10-1/2” embossed panel decorated with floral scrolls at muzzle, chiseled face at ramrod entry and wood panel with line on each side. Buttstock of slender section and familiar form, the comb with tubular iron bar chased with panels of scrollwork, pierced iron panels with floral scrolls forward of the lock plate, trigger guard and on the left side opposite the lock. Iron butt plate, the sides with narrow iron panels chased with repeating floral scrolls, chased iron trigger guard and trigger, and single chased and pierced iron barrel band. Good condition with light grey patina overall, metal parts have been chemically cleaned, stock with losses to wood between lock plate and barrel tang, on left side along barrel near the breech and about 8” on forend. Some areas of rough wood, due to removal of panels. Scrollwork panel rear of lock is absent. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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413 - (A) COLT LIGHTNING SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 11659. 26” barrel in .32-20 WCF caliber. Referred to as the Medium Frame Slide Action Model this rifle was manufactured in 1885. It is a first model open top. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, original Colt sporting rear sight, knife blade front sight, blued finish, checkered two-piece walnut forend, walnut buttstock and rifle buttplate. This is an early, clean, honest original rifle. All metal surfaces are a smooth mix of blue-brown patina. Forend shows wear but is original and is not cracked. Buttstock is excellent and not cracked. Several marred frame screws. Strong Colt pony on left side of frame. Replaced extractor. Very good rifled bore. Fine action. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 414 414 - (A) UNTOUCHED 19TH CENTURY BRITISH TOWER MUSKET. .75 bore, Barrel length 33-1/2”. The lock on this musket is stamped “Tower” with a crown and dated 1815. It was converted to percussion during the era. Barrel stamped “TD12297” with a larger “2387”. Metal was originally finished in the white and has aged. Two brass retaining thimbles with brass nose cap, trigger guard, and butt plate. Butt plate is missing the top screw. Barrels are retained with wedges. Missing the sling swivels. Has an ancient crude leather sling. Wood is raw, sans finish with no stampings. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 415 415 - (A) NORTH AFRICAN SNAPHAUNCE RIFLE. Two stage 48-1/2” barrel with two sets of relief rings and a cannon muzzle in .57 caliber smoothbore. Barrel fastened with a series of capucines with scroll engraved patterns. Small front post sight and high notched rear sight. Crudely-made flat snaphaunce lock, pan face has indistinct maker’s mark. Full length wood stock of familiar form, many bone and ivory inlays, some engraved with patterns typical to the region. Pierced steel trigger guard, lanyard ring opposite of lock, other furniture and inlays steel, steel ramrod. Fair condition. Steel components with brown patina and scattered areas of pitting. All surfaces varnished, stock with numerous missing inlays and some have been replaced, several chips to forend. 750.00 - 1,100.00

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LOT - 416 416 - (A) FINE MOROCCAN MUKHALA LONG GUN. NSN. Two-stage 47-1/4” barrel, .60 caliber smoothbore. Features 3” octagonal section at muzzle, each section decorated with floral panels. Top flat has two decorated chased panels, one with Cyrillic characters and a border surrounding five German silver inlays and one in an oval with Cyrillic signature within. Barrel secured by four pierced and engraved capucines has a decorated brass rear sight and a sighted band behind, engraved tang. High quality snaphaunce lock of familiar form with brass-inlaid maker’s mark in circle and four other engraved brass inlays, some faces covered with engraved silver and brass plates. Full stock, the flared butt with figured wood butt plate decorated with a series of small red and black concentric circles. Stock extensively decorated with delicate brass wire inlays and pins, including an inscription and “”1297” on left side behind breech. Three German silver star inlays surrounding lock screws. Plain iron trigger guard, steel ramrod with faceted tip and ring turnings. Excellent condition with bright and functional lock, barrel with light patina overall. Stock with some worm damage on left side of butt, small areas of inlay missing or loose and a chip missing on the bottom of butt plate. A very well marked and fine example. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 417 417 - (A) SPL ORDER WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 154873A. 26” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Manufactured 1884. The offered rifle is 2” longer than standard and features the full octagon barrel, full magazine, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. All metal surfaces are clean grey patina with age spotting. Sharp barrel legends. Nice case colors on hammer and lever. Walnut buttstock slightly shy to metal with usual abrasions. Silver dollar-sized denting on left side. Left side of forearm is missing 1” sliver. Strong bore. Hammer does not stay cocked when worked by lever, but does stay cocked manually. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 418 418 - (A) FULL STOCK PERCUSSION PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE. Octagonal 43” unmarked barrel with dovetailed brass front sight and notched rear sight in .49 caliber smoothbore. Flat lock with rounded tail stamped with a fowl and stamped “WARRANTED” in center with scrolls. Figured full length maple stock, most likely Lehigh County; wooden ramrod. Four piece patch box oval piercing rounded stepped finial, all components except lid engraved with rocker panel engraving. Brass trigger guard, crudely engraved ovoid side plate around single lock screw, nose cap, butt plate and ramrod ferrules. Toe plate engraved with two large stars and rocker panel engraving. Good condition; barrel with dark even brown patina and scattered pitting, especially around breech. Lock has dark patina with scattered pitting. Repair to stock beneath lock, scattered marks from use and some refinished areas. Trigger guard repaired and side plate possibly replaced. Patch box latch button loose. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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419 - (A) GERMAN 4MM ZIMMERSTUTZEN PELLET PARLOR RIFLE. NSN. 4mm caliber, 27-1/2” octagon barrel with integral scope rail and serrated top barrel flat, missing front sight post and detachable rear peep sight. Casehardened locking air pellet mechanism mounted on side and bottom of barrel. Casehardened Martini style action and casehardened lever, double set triggers. Plain walnut stocks, Schutzen style buttstock with oversized cheek piece, comb, and thumb rest. Checkered and stippled panels on each side near wrist. Schnabel forend with small triangular panel of checkering forward of action, large crescent casehardened butt plate, steel sling swivels. Excellent condition. Action and air mechanism retain 95 to 98% case colors, barrel retains 95% blue finish with some light edge wear and scattered marks. Buttstock is good with most finish worn off and scattered marks from use. 800.00 - 1,200.00 148

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LOT - 420 420 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 173382. Round 32-5/8” blued barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “V P (eagle’s head) P” and “R” on top, forward of breech block, in .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug sight, rear sight 1884 Buffington type. Casehardened tang and breech block, marked “US MODEL 1873” on top, blued lock plate marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Blued steel furniture, butt plate marked “US” on tang. Walnut stock with oil finish deeply stamped angled-corner cartouche dated “1881”, steel cleaning rod and sling swivels. Excellent condition, possibly unissued. Barrel retains 90-95% blue finish with some light scratches and storage marks, excellent markings. Lock retains nearly 100% blue with some surface spotting, excellent markings. Blued furniture excellent with scattered light storage marks and some surface patina. Action retains almost 100% of case colors, mint bore. Stock excellent with original oil finish, deep cartouche and some scattered dents and storage marks. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 421 421 - (A) MODEL 1841 U.S.“MISSISSIPPI” PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. Round 33” barrel, no visible markings at breech, brass front sight and notched steel rear sight in .54 caliber smoothbore. Percussion lock plate stamped “ROBBINS KENDALL & LAWRENCE U.S.” forward of hammer and “WINDOR VT. 1847” at tail. Walnut stock with brass furniture, including large patch box, two barrel bands, “US” marked butt plate tang and indiscernible cartouche on left side behind brass side plate. Steel sling swivels and ramrod with brass tip. This contractor made 10,000 rifles between 1845 and 1848. It was the only arms contract produced by this firm. Fair condition, barrel with a spotted grey patina with some pitting at breech and markings worn off, scattered marks from use. Lock with dark grey patina and scattered light pitting, markings excellent. Stock has edge-wear and scattered marks from use, good overall. Furniture very good, unpolished and scattered light marks. Hammer screw replaced. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 422 422 - (A) FARMINGDALE NY SHILOH N.M. 1863 SHARPS RIFLE. Serial No. 280. .50 bore percussion. This is a very early re-production Sharps made at the Farmingdale NY location which many consider the most accurately manufactured Sharps rifles of the modern era. This rifle recreates, almost to minute detail, an 1863 Civil War Sharps production rifle. Features full round barrel with browned finish, full length walnut forend, post front sight with Sharps military rear sight. Barrel does not have bayonet lug. Right side of frame is stamped “Farmingdale New York - Shiloh New Model 1863”. The receiver is also darkened so it looks like an original specimen. Has walnut stock with patchbox and carbine style buttplate, single trigger, and sling swivel with an old military Springfield double frog sling. Strong clean bore and perfect action. This rifle has been beautifully aged to be virtually indistinguishable from an original Sharps. Perfect for the reenactor. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 423 423 - (A) COLT LIGHTNING PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 8155. 26” barrel in .38-40 caliber. Manufactured 1889. Referred to as the medium frame Lightning it was chambered for the popular calibers as used in the Colt Single Action Army and Model 1878. Features full round barrel, full magazine, blue finish, two piece checkered walnut forend, and a straight grip walnut buttstock with rifle butt. This early model is also referred to as as open top, as there is no dust cover. The barrel and frame retains 85-90% of the reapplied blue finish, while the magazine reapplied finish has turned a blue-brown patina. Barrel legends are sharp as new. Front sight blade replaced but base is original. Original rear sporting sight. Forend has a couple of repaired cracks and has been refinished with little original checkering present. Refinished stock is very good to excellent, slightly shy to metal, and a barely discernable toe repair. Tang is missing the top filler screw. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 424 424 - (A) PERCUSSION COLT MODEL 1862 SPECIAL MUSKET. NSN. Round 40” barrel marked at breech “1862 VP (eagle’s head) F.C. STEEL) in .58 caliber. Front bayonet lug sight and replaced crudely made rear sight. Percussion lock, marked “U.S. COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT.” in center and “1862” on tail. Steel furniture with sling swivels, steel nose cap and butt plate tang stamped “US”. Walnut stock; replaced wooden ramrod. It is estimated that 75,000 were produced between 1861 and 1865 with many being sold on the civilian market and to state militias. Complete with bayonet marked “US” on 17” triangular blade, with leather scabbard and associated later brown leather sling. Fair condition. Steel components with pitted brown patina overall, especially at breech and on bolster, scattered areas of spotting, heavy pitting and scattered marks from use. Lock markings are good. Furniture with heavy patina. Ramrod replaced, missing barrel tang screw, two barrel bands and one lock screw improperly replaced. Stock good, but has been sanded and shows edge wear with scattered marks from use. Bayonet with spotted brown patina and areas of pitting, scabbard very good, some losses to finish and cracks, brass has dark patina. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 425 425 - (A) MODEL 1853 ENFIELD SHORT MUSKET DATED 1859. NSN. The round 30-1/2” barrel is stamped with a crown over “1” and a “4” on left side of breech with front bayonet lug sight and rear 4-position ramp sight in .62 caliber smoothbore. Percussion lock stamped “1859/TOWER” in center and with a large crown over “V.R.” at tail. Full length walnut stock with two steel barrel bands and ramrod, otherwise brass furniture. Flower-shaped wrist escutcheon with nail added to wrist in a fashion suggesting use in the Middle East. Complete with sling swivels. Fair condition with grey patina overall with scattered pitting, heavier around breech and tang. Markings worn on barrel and very good on lock. Stock has been sanded and the comb altered; one trigger guard screw replaced with steel nail; small hole under forend, repair with screw on right side of trigger. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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426 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 132081A. .32-20 caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1883. Standard Model 1873 features full round barrel, full magazine, standard Winchester sporting front and rear sights, blue finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. All metal surfaces are a dark chocolate brown patina. Barrel legends are sharp. All screws on frame have some degree of marring. Stocks are very good although slightly shy to metal with numerous impressions. Very strong visible rifling. Perfect working condition. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 427 427 - (A) U.S. KRAG MODEL 1892 RIFLE. Serial No. 11205. 30” barrel in .30-40 Krag caliber. This Model 1892 was made in 1894. It went through the 1898 upgrade system with new stock and rear sight. Remains in excellent all original as altered condition. Frame is soft grey-brown patina, as is the barrel. Handguard is excellent with no cracks. Stock is excellent with no cracks and a perfect cartouche stamped “J.S.A. 1898”. Script “P” on wrist. Fine action. Strong bore. Very nice example of an early Krag. 800.00 - 1,400.00

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LOT - 428 428 - (A) FRANK WESSON 2 TRIGGER SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 4884. 26” barrel with a .41 bore measurement. The Frank Wesson two trigger rifle was manufactured from 1859 to 1888. Front trigger allows barrel to tip-up for loading and unloading. Rear trigger fires the mechanism. Features a full octagon barrel, globe adjustable front sight, rear sporting sight slot has filler, and a tang sight base mounted with slide and eye piece (repaired). Top of barrel is stamped “Frank Wesson”. The barrel retains approximately 80% blue finish softening. Barrel legends are sharp. 70% original nickel plating on frame with traces on trigger guard. Fine walnut buttstock with no cracks. Rifle buttplate retains 85% original nickel finish. Perfect operating order with a strong, clean bore. Overall, a very fine condition Wesson single shot target rifle. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 429 429 - (C) DELUXE MARLIN MODEL 1893 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 373392. 24” barrel in .32 HPS caliber. This special order rifle features half octagon barrel 2” shorter than standard, half magazine, sporting sights, checkered walnut forend, checkered walnut pistol grip stock with Marlin logo composite buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 70% original blue, balance blending smooth metal. Smokeless steel barrel. Generous case colors on hammer and lever. Frame has traces of color but is basically nickeled out on left side with salt and pepper finish on right. Stocks are original, proud to metal, with no cracks but some worn checkering. Strong clean bore. Fine action. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 430 430 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 363324B. 24” barrel .32-20 caliber. Manufactured 1891. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, original Winchester sporting front and rear sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, rifle butt, and case colored hammer and lever. All metal surfaces are basically a smooth blue-brown patina with minor age spots with approximately 20-30% original blue on the rear portions on both sides of frame. Loading gate still has some fire blue. Stocks are very good, not cracked, never refinished, with a dark spot close to butt (too close to fire). Perfect action. Strong clean rifled bore. Great above average attic find untouched 1873. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 431 431 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION MUSKET. NSN. Round 42” barrel marked “V/P” over eagle’s head and “1848” on tang, secured by three steel barrel bands, bayonet lug on bottom near muzzle, .69 caliber smoothbore. Percussion lock marked with eagle motif over “US” in center of lock and “SPRINGFIELD 1848” vertically on tail. Steel furniture and sling swivels, steel ramrod, butt plate tang marked “US”. Walnut stock with two clear cartouches on left side of stock behind rear lock screw. Complete with bayonet. Very good condition, all steel components with light brown patina and clear markings, muzzle with a few nicks. Stock very good, light marks from use. Bayonet good, brown patina and lightly pitted overall. 800.00 - 1,500.00

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432 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 102600. 26” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. This antique Winchester was manufactured in 1897. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, sporting sights, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. Barrel retains approximately 60% original factory blue mixed with patina and some age spotting. Tube is a blend of blue and grey mixed patina. Left side of frame retains approximately 60% blue, right side at 20%. Balance is smooth patina. Walnut stocks are very good, proud to metal, with usual dings, no cracks, just a minor sliver missing at left and right wrist and tang. Strong clean bore. Fine action. 900.00 - 1,200.00

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433 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 451281B. 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF. This standard rifle was manufactured in 1893. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stock, and crescent buttplate. All metal surfaces are a smooth brown patina. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal, never refinished. Right side of wrist has a couple of closed hairline 1” grain separation. Very good strong rifling. 900.00 - 1,300.00

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434 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 200797B. .38-40 caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1886. Standard 1873 features full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting front and rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, and crescent steel buttplate. Overall metal finish is a light grey-brown patina. Wood is very good with no cracks, though shy to metal at lower tang. Tang has a slight swell. Very good rifled bore with usual black powder abrasion. Very good action. 900.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 435 435 - (A) SPENCER SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 17073. .50 rimfire caliber with a 20” barrel. This is a Model 1865 with a 20” barrel. The model or maker cannot be found on breech or top of frame. Standard features on this Saddle Ring Carbine include full round barrel, single barrel band, post front sight, carbine folding ladder rear sight, saddle ring and bar, two-piece walnut stock set, metal carbine buttplate, and rear sling swivel. Loads through tube in rear of stock. All metal is basically a brown patina with age spots and gun metal showing through. Walnut stocks are very good with usual dings and dents, but no major cracks. Action is perfect. Strong bore with minor abrasions. Fine, clean, all original Spencer Civil War rifle. Fine example of a Northern Civil War Cavalry carbine. 900.00 - 1,400.00 152

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LOT - 436 436 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 40714. 26” barrel in .38-72 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1903. Standard features include scarce full octagon barrel, original Winchester sporting front and rear sights, walnut forend with black ebony inset, walnut buttstock with rifle buttplate, and blued finish. Overall metal is a mix of blue-brown patina. Frame legends are slightly weak. Stocks are proud to metal and in excellent condition. Perfect working order. Strong rifled bore. Nice, honest example of an early 1895 rifle with scarce octagon barrel and caliber. 900.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 437 437 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 365888B. 24” barrel in .38-40 WCF. This standard rifle was manufactured in 1891. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stock, and rifle butt. All metal surfaces are a grey-brown patina. Walnut stocks are very good with usual bumps. Forearm has a 3” crack at bottom and 1” chip on left side. Buttstock has abrasions but no cracks and is proud to metal. Good visible rifling with minor abrasion. Honest old ‘73. 1,000.00 - 1,300.00

LOT - 438 438 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION MUSKET. NSN. Round 42” barrel marked “V/P” over eagle’s head and “1848” on tang, secured by three steel barrel bands, bayonet lug on bottom near muzzle, .69 caliber smoothbore. Percussion lock marked with eagle motif over “US” in center of lock and “SPRINGFIELD 1848” vertically on tail. Steel furniture and sling swivels, steel ramrod, butt plate tang marked “US”. Walnut stock. Complete with bayonet with 17-3/4” triangular blade marked “US”. Good condition, barrel spotted and with brown patina, breech and tang pitted, lock grey with some light pitting, markings excellent, and furniture with grey patina. Stock very good, light marks from use. Bayonet excellent, bright with some light scattered pitting. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 439 439 - (A) INDIAN MATCHLOCK TORADOR W/ DECORATED BARREL. NSN. Round 40-1/2” barrel in .65 caliber smoothbore with two turnings and flared muzzle. Muzzle with 5” panel decorated with a large flower surrounded by foliage in gold koftgari and decorated around muzzle with blooming floral panels, tapered koftgari panel on top flat connects to 7” panel chiseled and koftgari decorated with a large bird, a large flower, Cyrillic characters in a band, and foliage. Integral rear sight and priming pan with gilt decoration. Barrel secured by pins and two bands made from a wrapped steel wire. ‘Action’ enclosed with fluted wood housing; pierced trigger engraved and shaped in form of an alligator. Pierced and chased steel side plates decorated with birds, foliage borders, and terminating in a large stylized flower; retained by copper rivets. Full stock, the slender butt of pentagonal section with bone butt cap. Wood carved at butt with scales and having zig-zag borders on each panel. Very good condition with dark patina overall and some small areas of gilt worn away at breech. Stock with scattered marks from use, steel with dark brown patina. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 440 440 - (A) US WATERTOWN MODEL 1864 PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. Round 40” barrel in .58 caliber smoothbore. Breech stamped “VP” over eagle’s head. Rectangular front sight and bayonet lug, rear sight with two leaves. Percussion lock marked with eagle motif forward of hammer and stamped “U.S. WATERTOWN” and “1864” on tail. Steel furniture including three barrel bands, sling swivels, nose cap, trigger guard, and butt plate tang marked “US”. Walnut stock with steel ramrod. Good condition. Barrel with brown patina and pitting around breech, lock good, bolster and surrounding area with pitting, markings good. Stock good, but has been sanded and refinished, scattered marks from use. Furniture with brown patina and some scattered light pitting. This contract was made by Charles B. Hoard in Watertown, New York. There were 12,800 made between 1863 and 1865. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 441 441 - (A) FULL STOCK FLINTLOCK BENCH RIFLE. NSN. Octagon 37-1/2” heavy target barrel in .70 caliber smoothbore. Empty front sight dovetail and six different empty rear sight dovetails, sights missing. Flat lock and reinforced cock, lock plate stamped “WARRANTED”, roller frizzen. Heavy full-length stock without finish and recessed flat section for rest towards the muzzle and carved cheek piece. Lehigh County form made without butt plate. Plain sheet steel trigger guard, single trigger. Fair condition, heavy dark brown patina and heavy wear on steel components. Stock dark and having scattered marks from use. Some losses along forend, toe and wrist with crude repairs using large screws. Includes documentation which states that this rifle came from the Hershey Museum auction on April 28, 2012. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

442 - (C) BOXED HI - STANDARD SUPERMATIC CITATION PISTOL. Serial No. 809709. 8” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The Citation 102 was a top notch target pistol often referrd to as the “Space Gun” by collectors. The 102 series was introduced in 1958 and continued to 1960. Features include new front and rear adjustable sight, trigger pull adjuster, backlash adjustment screw. Came in blue finish with gold medallion brown plastic grips and removable barrel weights. This revolver has seen little use and remains in near new condition inside and out. Hint of high edge wear, mostly on sight ears. Comes in the original box numbered to gun. Gun is all matching and comes with two magazines and an extra set of walnut grips. Fine bore and action. These space guns are becoming highly sought after by collectors and shooters. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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443 - (C) CUSTOM ERFURT LONG BARREL LUGER. Serial No. 4455. 7-1/4” barrel in .30 Mauser caliber. This pistol started life as a standard Erfurt Luger and has a custom 7-1/4” .30 Mauser barrel installed. Judging by the wear it was done contemporary to the gun, as the barrel retains approximately 50% blue mixing with patina. The barrel is no. 91262. The serial number on this pistol has all matching numbers on the remainder of parts, including both grip panels. The wood bottom magazine is not numbered. “.30” stamped on left of barrel. The grip straps are grey patina. Trigger guard is a mix of blue-brown patina. All rails and sideplate are grey patina. Balance of frame retains approximately 60% blue. Strong bore and fine action. 600.00 - 1,200.00

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444 - (C) S&W 2ND MODEL H-E .455 REVOLVER. Serial No. 71371. 6-1/2” barrel in .455 caliber. According to factory letter, this revolver was a part of Canadian Government Contract shipped on July 15, 1916 to Ottawa, Canada. It was shipped with a 6.5” barrel, blue finish, butt swivel, and checkered, and gold medallion grips. This revolver has matching numbers on cylinder and barrel which would indicate that it was not converted to .45Colt/.45ACP. This revolver remains in excellent condition. Has the crown proof on butt. Gun retains approximately 85% of the high polish, original blue finish. High edge cylinder wear with drag line. Finish wear to top strap indicating holster wear. Fine colors. Grips are exactly as in the letter and are original. They are not numbered to the gun, but fit perfectly. Has a butter smooth action and strong, clean bore. Far above average for these Canadian - shipped guns as most sought very heavy service during the First World War. 650.00 - 950.00 445 - (C) NAZI ISSUE WALTHER P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 5269. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol has the ac43 factory code with matching numbers. Features double action, semiautomatic, magazine fed, and brown composite grips. Left side of frame has the Waffenamt 359 stamp. Right side of slide has three Waffenamt stamps; one with swastika. Grip straps are in the white as manufactured. End of barrel shows holster wear at muzzle. High edge wear on frame. 90% original finish remains. Fine bore and action. Near mint grips. Magazine has Waffenamt stamp on back. Comes with one extra magazine that is also Waffenamt stamped. Original leather holster is stamped P-08 (Luger) with Waffenamt stamp 1941. 700.00 - 900.00

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446 - (M) BOXED HIGH STAND. MODEL 106 S.A. TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 1583623. 7-1/4” barrel in .22 LR caliber. The 106 Series was introduced in 1963. This example is referred to as the Supermatic Trophy built on the military frame. It was manufactured until 1968. This pistol was the top of the line target model in this series. It featured the fluted barrel, target sights, blued finish, checkered walnut grips with thumb rest. Has the removal barrel weights as well as a muzzle extension. This pistol comes with thumb rest grips, two pairs, for both left and right handed shooter as well as the weights and two magazines. Front and rear grip straps are stippled. As to condition there is a hint of muzzle wear and the gold trigger has some finish loss, otherwise in near new condition. It is housed in original box with liner with one broken end apron. 700.00 - 900.00

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447 - (C) WALTHER P38 NAZI MARKED PISTOL. Serial No. 6986. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. Standard late war P38 magazine fed semi-automatic pistol with wartime matte blue finish and black composite grips. Has ‘ac’ manufacturing code and dated 1945 with all matching numbers. Has Waffenamt 359 on right side of slide. Features the late war rough finish of which it still retains 85%. Very good grips. Fine bore and action. 700.00 - 900.00

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

449 - (C) POLISH NAZI MARKED VIS SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. Z9759. 4 - 5/8” barrel in caliber 9mm. Manufactured in 1943, has the Z - Code with all matching numbers on frame, grip safety, inside bottom of slide, and left barrel lug. Standard war-time blued finish with dark brown plastic grips with logo on both panels, right side of frame has Waffenamt stamp as does left side of frame with “77”. Left slide has the Waffenamt stamp with “77”. Pistol is in excellent and all original condition retaining approximately 90% of the original war-time finish. Magazine is stamped “Waffenamt 189”. Strong, near mint bore and perfect action. Comes in a period correct holster, with no makers stamp. 700.00 - 900.00 LOT - 449

450 - (M) S&W MOUNTAIN LITE MODEL 396-1 REVOLVER. Serial No. CFT8394. 3” barrel in .44 S&W Special caliber. Hi-Viz fiber optic front sight adjustable rear sight. Features five shot and factory Smith & Wesson rubber grips. Includes factory hard case and instruction manuals. Matte stainless finish with dark toned cylinder giving it the pinto look. Lightweight aluminum frame. Gun has been fired with light drag line. Otherwise it is in near new condition. 700.00 - 950.00

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451 - (M) T/C CONTENDER MULTI-BARREL SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Serial No. 6916. The Thompson/Center Contender is a break-action single shot pistol introduced in 1967 by Thompson/Center Arms, and this frame was manufactured in 1969. Checked grips and forend. Includes four octagonal barrels: 10” in .22 Hornet with a Leupold M8 2x20mm scope mounted, 10” ported in .44 magnum with scope mount, 10” ported .45 Colt with adjustable sights, and a 10” in .357 magnum with adjustable sights. Stocks are excellent with high edge wear. Frame retains virtually all of the original factory blue finish. The exposed area of blued barrels retains 99% or better finish on each one with most of the wear marks evident under forend. 700.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 451

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452 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 2854. 4” barrel in .44-40 caliber. The Smith & Wesson No. 3 double action is officially referred to as the Navy Model. This model was introduced in 1881 and all frames were manufactured prior to 1898. This is a First Model chambered for the popular .44 Winchester cartridge in the scarcer 4” barrel length. Gun appears to be nickel finish, but the original finish has been completely cleaned which gives this gun a polished nickel look. Trigger guard retains approximately 70% original blue. The hammer and trigger have been re-blued. Grips are near mint, but are slightly shy to metal having been replaced. This revolver indexes in both single and double action mode. Has strong pronounced rifling. Sharp edges, side plate is tight with no rounding, and screws are slightly marred. Barrel dates are slightly feathered. 700.00 - 1,000.00

453 - (C) NAZI ISSUE WALTHER P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 9188. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This standard World War II pistol bears the cyq factory designation. Has all matching numbers. Left side of frame has the Waffenamt 88. Right side has three Waffenamts; two 88’s and one swastika. Features dark brown composite grips, single action, magazine fed, semi-automatic with standard war-time blue finish which remains at 85-90% with balance blending to gun metal grey. Excellent grips. Bore is near mint. Comes with original P.38 holster dated 1942 with Waffenamt and swastika. Also includes two magazines; one with Waffenamt stamp (one is a later issue). 700.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 453

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454 - (C) CUSTOM NICKEL MAUSER C-96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL. Serial No. 446925. 5-1/2” barrel in .30 caliber. Standard commercial Model Broomhandle. Left side of frame stamped “Germany”. Top of barrel has the Mauser stamp. Matching serial number on barrel, firing pin, backstrap (both places), as well as hammer. This looks to be a typical War bring-back. The entire gun was nickel plated of which approximately 97% remains with some freckling. Legends are all readable with the exception of the right side panel address. Sports a beautiful pair of real Mother of Pearl grips. No lanyard ring. Strong rifling. Has some tooling/engraving done to the front of the barrel. Handsome pistol in its own right. Comes with reproduction wooden holster/shoulder stock with leather hanger. 700.00 - 1,000.00

455 - (C) BOXED COLT PRE-WAR WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 124535. Caliber .22 rimfire, Barrel length 6-5/8”. Standard features include blued finish and checkered walnut grips. This model also features the adjustable front and rear target sights. This pistol remains in near mint condition, retaining 99% of the original factory high polish blue finish albeit the pony is a slightly light stamp and there is some blue over a couple minor marks. Appears to have been factory redone at one time, although the legends, aside from the horse, are razor sharp. Even the grip straps retain virtually all of their original blue. The two-toned magazine is stamped “Cal. 22 Colt” and has some toning at base. Comes in its original Colt box numbered to gun in very good condition. Missing front apron. Includes the original instructions. 700.00 - 1,000.00

456 - (C) BOXED S&W PRE-MODEL 10 REVOLVER. Serial No. S966551. 2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. This is an early ‘S’-prefix post-war Military & Police Model produced prior to 1948, when the ‘C’-prefix was introduced. Gun features blued finish with diamond checkered silver medallion grips and case colored hammer and trigger. This revolver remains in excellent all original factory condition retaining fully 90% original factory blue. A couple of very minor high edge marks, a few minute age specks on frame, and some minor toning to back strap. The cylinder does have some age freckling over the blue finish. Right grip panel is numbered to gun. Grips are near mint. Strong clean bore and perfect action. Fine all original early post-war Smith & Wesson short barrel M&P revolver that comes in a proper original gold box. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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457 - (M) T/C CONTENDER MULTI-BARREL SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Serial No. 226713. The Thompson/Center Contender is a break-action single shot pistol introduced in 1967 by Thompson/Center Arms, and this frame was manufactured in 1983. The frame of this gun has an engraved cougar scene on both sides and sports the longer two screw forend and rear rubber padded grips. Included are a set of wooden grips and single screw forend. There are four barrels included a 14” in .22 LR with Leupold mounts and a Simmons 4x32 scope mounted, 14” in .223 Remington drilled and tapped for sights or scope mounts, 10” in .22 Hornet drilled and tapped for scope mounts, and a 21” in .30-30 Winchester with front sight and adjustable rear sight. All barrels are in very good condition with bright shiny bores, all retaining 95% or better original factory blue with light wear. Grips and forends have minor dings and handling marks. This set comes wrapped in a T/C padded soft case. 700.00 - 1,100.00 LOT - 457

458 - (M) BELGIUM BROWNING HI - POWER SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 245NV68933. Cal. 9 mm, barrel length 4-1/2”. Offered is a standard Browning Hi-Power, magazine feed, semi-automatic double action. Featured the matte blue finish with front and rear white dot wind-drift sights with black composite grips. Pistol shows a hint of high edge wear and storage wear. 99% original finish. As new inside. Comes in a browning pouch with three magazines. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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459 - (C) MIB S&W .32 HAND EJECTOR REVOLVER. Serial No. 81275. 3-1/4” barrel in .32 S&W long caliber. Referred to as the .32 Hand Ejector Model of 1903, second change manufactured 1906 to 1909. It is a double action, six shot, built on the round butt I frame with five screws. Top of frame has three line patents, last one ending in 1906. This revolver is full factory nickel finish with case colored hammer and trigger, and Smith & Wesson logo black checkered composite grips (right grip panel has matching number stamped inside). Revolver exhibits light drag line on cylinder. Never been fired. Retains virtually all of the original factory finish. Mint grips. Near perfect nickel with one pinhead sized flake on left side of barrel forward of forcing cone. Comes in an original period style tan box with both labels, matching end label. About as nice as they come. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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460 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 55743. 4-3/4” barrel in 8mm caliber. Manufactured January 1942 to November 1943. Manufactured at the Torimatsu of the Nagoya Arsenal. This is the referred to as the large trigger guard model. Features front sight blade dove tail to base, rear sight dove tailed shaped notch milled into frame, blued bolt, early type knurled cocking knob, blued magazine with pot metal base (nine groove),mahogany grips with 24 serrations and matching numbers on both panels. All parts are hot salt blue. This pistol has a light takedown line, some light muzzle wear, and a bit of wear on from forward of rear sight. Still retains 95% original factory finish. Fine bore and action. Comes in an original holster in excellent condition and an extra magazine not numbered to gun. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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461 - (C) S&W .44 HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 25790. 6-1/2” barrel in .44 S&W Special caliber. According to the Smith & Wesson Factory letter this revolver was shipped on January 8th, 1926 to Shapleigh Hardware in St. Louis, Missouri with a 6-1/2” barrel, blued finish, and checkered walnut non-medallion grips. Letter further states that ivory grips are after-market additions (no longer on gun). Gun now sports diamond checkered walnut grips with no number. This six shot, double action was built on the square butt N frame with case colored hammer and trigger, and a lanyard loop. Matching numbers on barrel and cylinder. Strong colors on hammer and trigger. Revolver has high edge wear. Front sight blade has been tapered. Has a cylinder ring. Backstrap has silvered out and retains 60% blue on front grip strap. Balance of blue is approximately 90%. Perfect action. Strong, clean bore. Overall, a fine early .44 large bore Smith. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 461 462 - (C) S&W .44 HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 24432. 5” barrel in .44 Special caliber. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, half moon front sight, diamond checkered walnut grips, and lanyard ring. Matching number on cylinder and barrel. The barrel is a pleasing mix of blue and brown patina with bright blue at breech. Straps have browned out, as has trigger guard. Frame and cylinder retain approximately 50-60% blue with high edge wear and balance turn patina. Traces of color on hammer. Grips are near mint, period style modern replacements. Action is perfect. Strong bore. Factory letter confirms all of the above and that this handgun was shipped December 8th, 1926 to Belknap Hardware Co. in Louisville, Kentucky. The 5” barrel is rather scarce in this model which is built on the square butt N frame. 700.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 462

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463 - (C) COLT PRE WAR OFFICER’S MODEL MATCH REVOLVER. Serial No. 515194. 7-1/2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Manufactured in 1925. These are beautiful early pre-war target revolvers. This is built on the 41 caliber frame, features blued finish, six shot, double action, high adjustable front sight, adjustable rear sight, checkered trigger, checkered back strap, and Colt deep relief silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. These revolvers were so finely tuned each gun was hand fitted by a single gunsmith who had in front of him a complete set of parts. This action was to become the same action used in the famed Colt Python revolver. It was the expensive hand fitting that ultimately led to the demise of the Python. This revolver remains in incredible original condition. Has a hint of muzzle wear, light drag line and some high edge cylinder wear. Retains approximately 90% original factory high polish blue. Grips are near mint. Action is perfect with a near mint bore. Beautiful early long barrel target pre-war Colt. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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464 - (C) U.S. ARMY COLT MODEL 1896 REVOLVER. Serial No. 151677. 6” barrel in .38 LC caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1901. This is part of the standard Army issue of New Army and Navy revolvers manufactured from 1892 to 1907. Left side of frame has the “R.A.C” (Renaldo Carr) cartouche. “K” sub-inspector mark on cylinder release and bottom of barrel. “R.A.C.” stamped on back of cylinder and also on the base of one panel of the two piece walnut grips. Left grip panel stamped 1901 with cartouche, right grip panel has “R.A.C.” cartouche in script. Back of the hammer, trigger, and small screws still retain generous amounts of Nitre blue finish. The revolver itself shows high edge wear, muzzle/holster wear, and still retains 85-90% of the original Colt commercial style high polish blue finish. Action is perfect. Strong near mint bore. Revolver has the original lanyard ring. Butt is stamped “U.S. Army Model 1896”. Comes with a Rock Island 1909 holster, ammo box with wood block, and original sealed box of Frankfurt Arsenal ammunition dated May 1st, 1913. Needs only a belt to complete this rig. These revolvers were generally well used in the Philippines and this one remains in exceptional all original condition. 700.00 - 1,200.00 465 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 84205SA. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. Manufactured 1977. Standard early third generation Colt features blued finish, case colored frame, six shot, single action, and black eagle grips. There is some light holster wear on left side of muzzle and a light drag line with some high edge wear on ejector rod housing. Some age thinning on trigger guard to right of trigger. Otherwise 97% original factory blue. Brilliant case colors on frame. Hammer has polished sides with fire blued top and back. 98% blue of grip straps. Near mint grips. Fine action and perfect bore. 700.00 - 1,200.00

466 - (A) S&W NO. 3 DOUBLE ACTION NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 3949. 5” barrel in .44-40 WCF caliber. The Navy Model was introduced in 1881 and all of the frames were produced prior to 1899. This revolver is chambered for the more popular .44-40 with the longer cylinder. Standard features include nickel plated finish, six shot, double action, blued trigger guard, case colored hammer and trigger, and black composite grips. All matching numbers. This revolver was returned to the factory as evidenced by the star on butt. Dates 1911 and 1926 are stamped inside grip frame and would indicated either factory refinish or repair. The left grip has a small chip on bottom. Action works fine both single and double action. Strong clean bore. As to finish, gun is a pleasing mix of factory nickel and brown patina, retaining approximately 50% factory finish. 700.00 - 1,200.00

467 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT DETECTIVE REVOLVERS. Serial No. 497958 & 663487. Both of these revolvers feature 2” barrels and are chambered for the .38 special cartridge. Both are six shot, double action with checkered walnut grips and silver medallions. The first revolver is serial No. 497958. Manufactured in 1948. These revolvers retains approximately 60% original factory blue finish with sharp legends. Balance of metal is a brown patina mixed with gun metal. Grips are fine. It is obvious that this was a holster carry as there is high edge wear on the cylinder and barrel. Perfect action with a strong rifled bore. The second revolver is serial No. 663487. Manufactured in 1955. This revolver is devoid of any original finish, having been cleaned. The ejector rod head is missing. Perfect action with a strong, clean bore. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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468 - (C) ENGRAVED & PLATED S&W M&P D.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 88663. 4” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Referred to as the “Post-War Pre-Model 10”, the serial number range of this gun would be September 1945 to April 1948. This revolver sports nickel finish; with gold plated hammer, trigger, ejector rod, screws, and cylinder release. The entire revolver has been beautifully engraved and sports a pair of period real Mother of Pearl grips that fit perfectly in very good to excellent condition with a couple of small chips at toe and heel. Action is fine. Strong clean bore. 98% of the period nickel plating. Some wear to gold plating. All legends are sharp as new and void of nickel. A beautiful presentation post-war Smith & Wesson. 700.00 - 1,200.00

469 - (C) BOXED MANURHIN WALTHER MODEL PP PISTOL. Serial No. 361931. 3-1/2” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. Many Walther enthusiasts consider the post-war Manurhins the finest Walthers ever manufactured. Features magazine fed, semi-automatic, double action, blued finish, and matted rib. Comes with the brown composite Walther/Manurhin grips. One magazine with matching bumper and one magazine with no bumper. Comes in the original two piece box numbered to gun. Blue shows a hint of light muzzle wear and some thinning on grip straps. Still retains 95% original blue. Fine bore and action. Near mint grips with no cracks. Excellent box. 700.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 469

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470 - (C) COLT OLD STYLE NICKEL DETECTIVE. Serial No. 903751. 2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1966, the last year before the ‘D’ pre-fix. It is the old school classic Detective. Has the non-shrouded ejector rod. Features full nickel finish with silver medallion checkered round butt walnut grips. Cylinder shows no signs of having been fired. Remains in near new condition inside and out, with just some minor frosting from age on right side of frame. Nickel Detectives are far scarcer than their blue counterparts. This revolver is worthy of a box. 700.00 - 1,200.00

471 - (M)T/C CONTENDER 5 -BARREL PISTOL SET. Serial No. 143501. The Thompson/Center Contender is a break-action single shot pistol introduced in 1967 by Thompson/Center Arms, and this frame was manufactured in 1979. The frame of this gun has an engraved cougar scene on both sides. Grips are checkered with an aluminum plate on the bottom with an engraved cougar head. Includes two checkered forends; one for round and one for octagonal barrels. This set includes five barrels a 10” in 44 magnum, 10” octagonal ported in .45 long colt, 10” octagonal in .30-30 Winchester, 10” octagonal in .22 long rifle and a 10” octagonal in .221 Remington. All bores have strong rifling and are clean and shiny. Only real visible wear on gun itself is on the trigger guard which is a blue brown patina. All bores are 99% or better all barrels have storage dings 99% blue on stocks. Easily changed barrel system, allows endless combinations with one frame. 700.00 - 1,500.00 LOT - 471

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472 - (C) NAZI MARKED P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 8854. 5”, caliber is 9 mm. Typical of many of the WWII bring-backs. This standard issue Walther with matching numbers and byf43 code. It has been fully nickel plated and has original brown composite grips. Comes with two magazines, both nickel plated and stamped P.38. Grips are excellent. Pistol retains approximately 80% of the period nickel plating. Right side of slide and left side of frame have the German Waffenamt stamps. Bore is excellent. Comes in a marked period brown leather holster. Has the date of 1942 and Waffenamt stamp. 400.00 - 600.00

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473 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON H-E REVOLVERS. Serial No. 71697 & 285980. Both of these revolvers are chambered for the .32 S&W long cartridge and are six shot double action revolvers. The first gun is a serial No. 71697 with a 6” barrel. Has a nickel finish and checkered walnut grips. This revolver retains approximately 80% original nickel finish with balance blending to gun metal grey. The serial number is stamped on the bottom of the barrel, back of cylinder and on the butt. There is a number stamped on the right grip but is no longer readable. This is a round butt model with the oversized target two screw grips. Functions perfectly both single and double action with a strong clean bore. This revolver is built on the I-Frame. This is referred to as the Model 1903 Second Change manufactured from 1906 - 1909. The second revolver is serial No. 285980 with a 4” barrel. The serial number can be found under the barrel, back of the cylinder and on inside grip strap. The serial number can also be found written in pencil on the inside of the right grip. Sports a pair of diamond walnut checkered grips with gold medallions. Grips are very good but there is a chip at the toe of the right panel. Bottom of right grip has patent date of 1917. Revolver retains approximately 85% original factory blue finish with high edge wear. Fine case colors on hammer and trigger. This is referred to as the .32 Hand Ejector Third Model built on I-Frame and was manufactured from 1917 - 1942. This is an early example, manufactured prior to 1920. Functions perfectly both single and double action. Has a strong rifled bore. 750.00 - 1,250.00 474 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER MODEL PPK PISTOL. Serial No. 385526K. 3” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. Standard Nazi issue Walther PPK manufactured in 1942 with matching serial numbers. Features blued finish, semi-automatic, single action, and magazine fed. Has the German Nazi Waffenamt stamp on left side frame, right side of slide, and barrel. Near mint pair of original one piece brown plastic wrap around grips with no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. Front grip strap is silvered out and there is some high edge wear on slide and frame. Still retains approximately 80% original wartime factory blue finish. Magazine is stamped “Walther PPK 765” with no Nazi mark but has original lanyard loop. Excellent all original Nazi issue Walther. 800.00 - 1,100.00

475 - (M) MAGNUM RESEARCH DESERT EAGLE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 95255098. 6” barrel in .50 AE. These were manufactured from 1991-1995 and 1998. Standard pistol with black finish, seven shot, pistol shows in near new condition inside and out with only a couple of high edge spots. Does not include a magazine. 800.00 - 1,100.00

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476 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 29-3 REVOLVER. Serial No. AUM1110. 6” barrel in .44 magnum caliber. This popular revolver is known as the “Dirty Harry” gun. Features six shot, double action, red ramp front sight, blued finish, case colored wide target trigger and hammer, and medallion checkered rosewood grips. Revolver has a light cylinder drag line and one storage mark on right side of barrel. Retains 99% original finish. Grips are excellent. Comes in a non-matching plastic carry case with screwdriver tool set and paperwork. The 29-3 was introduced in 1982 and continued production until 1987. This is one of the most recognizable handguns in the world and is a true American classic. 800.00 - 1,100.00 LOT - 476

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477 - (C) AC42 WALTHER P.38 PISTOL. Serial No. 7942. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. Offered is an all matching Walther p.38 with the dull military blue finish and brown composite grips. Nazi Waffenamt stamps on right side of slide and left side of frame. Grips are excellent. Trigger guard and grip straps are spotted gun metal grey with high edge wear to bluing on slide and muzzle, still retains approximately 80%. Fine bore and action. This fine Nazi marked pistol is housed in a P.38 holster marked “Dresden 1940” with Waffenamt stamp. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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478 - (M) AS NEW COLT S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. SA49613. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 Colt caliber. Manufactured 1981. Standard Third Generation Single Action Army Colt in near new condition inside and out. Blue and case colored with no visible drag line. Perfect screws. 100% case colors and blue. Sports a pair of gold Colt medallion faux ivory grips. Comes with original booklet. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 479

479 - (M) S&W MODEL 58 REVOLVER. Serial No. N234991. 4” barrel in .41 Magnum caliber. Features factory nickel finish, fixed front sight, case colored hammer and trigger, and silver medallion checkered target grips (not numbered). Grips are in near mint condition. Strong case colors on hammer and trigger. Cylinder has light drag line and face shows revolver has been fired. Still retains virtually all of the original factory nickel finish. Fine action and strong and clean bore. The factory letter confirms all of the above and lists revolver as shipped on October 17, 1975 to the Outdoor Sports HQTers, Dayton, Ohio. The Model 58 was a very short production service revolver built on the N frame and is extremely popular with collectors today, especially in nickel finish. 800.00 - 1,200.00

480 - (M) BOXED/CASED S&W MODEL 57 REVOLVER. Serial No. N473719. Caliber .41 magnum, Barrel length is 4”. Manufactured from 1977-1978. Offered is a near new Smith & Wesson Model 57 six shot, double action with the pinned barrel recessed cylinder, smooth target cased colored trigger with checkered target case colored hammer, adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight and silver medallion checkered grips. Extremely light cylinder drag line, 99% condition. No cylinder burn. Comes in original mahogany display case with tools and paperwork, inner blue liner has cracks. Box has original outer shipping box numbered to gun. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 481

481 - (C) COLT BISLEY SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 219433. 5-1/2” barrel in .32-20 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1901. Standard revolver features six shot, single action, blue and case colors, and Colt black composite grips. The barrel, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap retain approximately 85% of the dull reapplied blue finish. Legends are readable. Frame has been polished in the white with no signs of color. Grips are very good. Action is fine. Strong rifled bore. Would be a great shooter or a candidate for a full on restoration. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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482 - (C) COLT WWII REBUILD 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. 471911. .45 ACP with a 5” barrel. This frame was manufactured by Colt in 1918 and was rebuilt for World War II using a mix of parts, which was typical. The slide was manufactured by Ithaca. It has a Hi-Standard marked World War II barrel. Features checkered short widespur hammer, checkered safety, serrated slide stop, flat mainspring housing with loop, long smooth World War I trigger. There is some pitting on trigger under the World War II phosphate finish. “United States Property” legend on frame is strong, as is serial number. Frame retains 90%of the reapplied arsenal finish with exception to the housing, which is gun metal grey. Slide has overall high edge wear and still retains approximately 90% finish. Blued barrel has a near mint bore. Sports Keyes style brown plastic grips. 800.00 - 1,200.00

483 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 968B. 5” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol has the ac45 code on left side. All matching serial numbers, blued finish, right side of slide has three Waffenamt stamps with “359”, and left side of frame has the same Waffenamt stamp. Black composite original grips. Magazine is stamped “P.38” and on the back of it is stamped “jvd” with two Waffenamt stamps. Pistol retains approximately 90% of its original war-time blue. Silver on top strap. Fine bore and action. Comes in original holster, stamped “P.38” with Waffenamt stamp. Also comes with an extra magazine, stamped “P.38” with Waffenamt on back. Fine, all original pistol. 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 483

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484 - (C) COLT 125TH ANNIVERSARY S.A.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 510AM. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. These revolvers were manufactured in 1961. They made 7,390. This is an early Second Generation Colt with special features to include anniversary stamp on left side of barrel; gold plated trigger guard, backstrap, trigger, hammer, ejector rod head, and cylinder pin; cylinders are fluted. Entire gun is high polish royal blue finish. Unlike most commemoratives, the previous owner actually used this gun. It shows light muzzle wear, some light wear on ejector housing, light drag line, and some high edge cylinder wear. The original walnut grips were replaced with extremely high quality real stag two-piece panels. Gold plating is thinning straps. Bore and action are beautiful. Handsome early Second Generation special order Colt Single Action Army. 800.00 - 1,200.00 485 - (C) CHINESE BROOMHANDLE MAUSER MODEL C-96. Serial No. 902576. Serial # 902576 Barrel length 5-1/2”, .30 Mauser. Not technically a Chinese Broomhandle in that this pistol was manufactured at the Mauser factory in Germany. It has the German imperial proofs with a Mauser legend on top of bridge with Mauser banner on left panel. Left side of magazine housing has three Chinese characters. The gun is in overall excellent condition, retaining approximately 70% of original finish, it has a light area under barrel from holster, a few areas of scattered salt and pepper, right side of framed is stamped “WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF A. NECKAR D.R.P.A.P.” Very good bore and action. The back strap has some corrosion. It comes with a reproduction Chinese wooden holster and carry strap. Given the hard use of most of the Chinese contract Broom Handles, this one is in very nice condition. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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486 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (1ST GEN.). Serial No. 226578. 4-3/4” barrel in .45 LC caliber. Manufactured in 1902. Features the proper two line barrel address with two line patented stamp on frame. All numbers are matching. This revolver retains 80% of its re-applied nickel finish with some age freckling, clouding, high edge wear. The caliber marking “.45 Colt” is feathered and thin. The Colt eagle grips are near mint replacements. Indexes fine but a little boxy. Strong clean bore. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 487 487 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 133734. Serial No. 133734. Round 32-5/8” blued barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “VP (eagle’s head) P” and “A” on top, forward of breech block, .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug-type sight, rear sight 1884 Buffington type. Sliding ramrod-bayonet. Casehardened tang and breech block marked “US MODEL 1884”. Lock plate marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Blued steel furniture, butt plate marked “US” on tang and has trap and compartment in butt for tools. Walnut stock with angled-corner cartouche dated “1891”. Stamped behind trigger guard tang with encircled stylized “P”. Very Good condition, barrel retains generous traces of blue, also visible around action and on furniture, but exposed areas of steel components mostly turned brown, scattered marks from use, markings very good. Stock with some minor nicks and scattered marks from use, worn cartouche. Bore is bright and excellent. A total of 65,000 were made between 1889 and 1893. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 488 488 - (C) SPECIAL ORDER MARLIN MODEL 1893 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Serial No. 349414. 26” barrel in .30-30 caliber. This special order Marlin was manufactured in 1906. Features half octagon barrel, half magazine, takedown, sporting sights, walnut stock, and S-curve metal buttplate. This rifle has an additional tang rear sight and the front sight appears to be a more contemporary replacement. The barrel retains approximately 80% original factory blue with razor sharp legends, starting to soften. The case colors have greyed out on frame. Tube is basically brown patina. Forend is fine and proud to metal with normal dings. Buttstock is very good but does have two plugged repairs. Fine action. Strong rifling. With some attention to the buttstock, this would be a fine special order takedown Marlin. 600.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 489 489 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 1899 LEVER ACTION TD RIFLE. Serial No. 297362. 22” barrel in .303 Savage caliber. Manufactured 1927. Features full round barrel, post front sight, sporting rear sight, blued finish, takedown, brass cartridge counter, cocking indicator, walnut stocks, serrated steel buttplate, sling eyes, and case colored lever. Barrel and frame retain approixamtely 75% original factory blue, starting to thin, mixing with patina on base of frame with high edge wear. Stocks are excellent with no cracks, some added finish. Forend has a hairline and a 1/4” crack at tip. 70% case colors on lever. Fine bore and action. 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 490

490 - (C) PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 600052. .30 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1912. This is a classic pre-war Saddle Ring Carbine with the post front sight and folding ladder carbine rear sight. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, blue finish, walnut long wood forend, and walnut buttstock with serrated steel buttplate. The barrel and tube retains approximately 75% original blue mixing with brown patina. Barrel bands have basically silvered out. Receiver is gun metal grey mixed with brown patina. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong bore. Fine action. 600.00 - 1,100.00

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491 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 190825. .30 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1900. Offered is a standard Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine that has been restored to near new condition. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, high post front sight, folding ladder carbine rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, carbine buttplate, and saddle ring and stud. Aside from the rear sight, which is basically gun metal grey, all remaining metal retains virtually all of the reapplied blue finish. Legends are readable with the exception of caliber. Wood has been refinished and is in excellent condition with a few minor bumps. Even the buttplate retains all of the reapplied blue finish. Strong near mint bore. Perfect action. Very handsome rifle that, given the nice bore, will make a great shooter. 600.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 492 492 - (C) WINCHESTER MOD 75 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 79760. .22 LR caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1952. Offered is a lovely near mint Winchester Model 75 bolt action sporting rifle, magazine fed, with blued finish and checkered walnut pistol grip sporting stock. Other features include ramp front sight, Lyman adjustable rear peep sight, sling swivels, serrated steel buttplate, Winchester grip cap. Trigger guard is stamped “Sporting”. Comes with one original Winchester marked magazine. Rifle remains near new throughout with the exception of a little thinning of finish on the ends of the trigger guard. Stocks are near mint with a couple minor marks in the checkering. Fine action and bore. A wonderful, high condition, early post-war Winchester bolt action repeating rifle. 600.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 493 493 - (C) US MODEL M-1 CARBINE SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 6948879. Contractor: Inland, Barrel length 18”, .30 carbine. Barrel stamped “Inland Manufacturing Division General Motor 2-45”. With proof P. Front sight stamped “R”. Front barrel band stamped “KI”. It has the Type D 4-rivet hand guard. Type C rear sight stamped “I.R.CO.”. Right side of stock is stamped with ordinance wheel. Unit stamp “54B” on pistol grip. “M” stamped on safety. 95% original wartime phosphate finish. Excellent stocks. Strong bore, No magazine. Original sling. All correct parts, no re-build stamp on stock. 650.00 - 850.00 168

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LOT - 494 494 - (M) REMINGTON MOD 660 MAGNUM BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Serial No. 127976. 20” barrel in .350 Remington Magnum caliber. The Model 660 was an improved Model 600 that lacked the ventilated rib and was only manufactured from 1968 to 1971. This rifle features the blued finish with an unusual laminated stock with pressed checkering, contrasting forend tip, diamond pistol grip cap, waffle recoil pad, a composite trigger guard, and equipped with sling eyes. The rear sight had been removed, and a Lyman receiver sight installed. This rifle retains virtually all of its original blue finish and the stock is near mint with a couple of minor impressions. Fine bore and action. This rifle is extremely scarce in the magnum caliber and is in exceptional condition. 700.00 - 900.00

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495 - (C) REMINGTON U.S. MODEL 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 3516623. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. The barrel is a Remington March 1943. Stock has the Frank Atwood cartouche on left side with block “P” in circle on wrist. This is a standard 03-A3 with adjustable sight on rear bridge. Metal retains approximately 95% of the green phosphate military finish. All proper pressed metal parts. Stock is excellent. Comes with a period correct green web sling. ME reading ‘2’ and TE reading ‘4’. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 496 496 - (C) EL TIGRE COPY WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 S.R.C. Serial No. 26751. 22” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Fine Spanish made copy of the Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, dovetail sporting front sight, carbine ladder rear sight, walnut stocks, carbine butt, and saddle ring and stud. Tang is stamped “Tigre”. 50% original blue on barrel, balance mixed with brown patina and age freckling. 20% blue on frame with balance patina. Very good walnut stocks. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore. These were very popular carbines in South America. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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497 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 831105. 20” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured 1918. Classic Winchester Saddle Ring Carbine features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, post front sight, carbine ladder rear sight, blued finish, saddle ring and stud, gumwood stocks, and carbine buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 80% original factory blue finish with sharp legends. Barrel is starting to thin. Barrel bands are brown patina. Left side of frame is basically gun metal grey turned dark patina near band. Balance of frame is gun metal grey with some age darkening. Stocks are proud to metal and in excellent condition. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 498

498 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 980016. 20” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Manufactured 1926. the classic .30-30 Saddle Ring Carbine features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, post front sight, folding carbine ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, blued finish, walnut stocks, and carbine buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 50-60% original blue with sharp barrel legends. Finish is thinning to brown patina. Rear portion of frame on both sides retain 20-30% original blue, balance turning a grey-brown patina. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with an added coat of finish. Action is fine. Strong clean bore. Far above average classic. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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499 - (C) WINCHESTER PRE-64 MOD 70 B.A. SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 64379. .30-06 caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1944-1947. This rifle was produced sometime during the war or immediately afterwards. Features blued finish, round barrel, hooded ramp front sight, folding rear sight, checkered walnut stock with straight comb, and a blued steel buttplate. Bolt is not numbered. All metal surfaces retain virtually all of the expertly reapplied blue finish with razor sharp legends. Walnut stocks are excellent, there is some finish over the checkering and a few minor marrs. Comes with sling swivels. Fine bore and action. Very handsome, and should be a fine shooting firearm. Manufactured during the best of the Model 70 period. 700.00 - 1,100.00

LOT - 500 500 - (M) OLYMPIC ARMS MODEL M.F.R. AR-15 RIFLE. Serial No. SM2880. 20” barrel in 5.56mm/.223 caliber. A-4 style buttstock, A-2 style carry handle and adjustable rear sight and pre-ban front sight with bayonet lug. Forward assist, dust cover, bipod and sling. Includes a total of six 30 round metal magazines. Shows little to no wear and is in like new unfired condition. 700.00 - 1,100.00

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LOT - 501 501 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 RIFLE. Serial No. 915892. 26” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured 1922. Standard rifle features full round barrel, full magazine, Winchester flat top sporting rear sight, replacement repaired high profile front sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. Barrel and tube retains approximately 85-90% blue with sharp legends. Hanger, nose cap, frame, lever, and buttplate are gun metal grey. Original stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal, and not cracked. Bore is very good, rifling is somewhat weak. Fine action. 700.00 - 1,100.00

LOT - 502 502 - (C) PRESENTATION WINCHESTER MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 48280. 20” barrel in .22 WRF automatic caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1909. Factory research was unavailable. This rifle features engraved presentation on left side of frame “Mallory Trophy - Ladies Gun Club - Bradford, Pennsylvania”. The barrel, forend tip, and frame retain approximately 95% blue finish with some thinning on trigger guard and high edges of nose cap. The buttplate is a mix of blue-brown patina. Wood is proud to metal with lovely grain, checkered, and in near mint condition. Strong rifled bore. Fine action. Even the bolt retains most of its fire blue finish. Has original standard sporting sights. Shooters from as far as Texas and Oklahoma were regulars for the Bradford Gun Club’s famous Green Corn events. Among the early highlights at the club was the annual match featuring Bradford’s Mallory family vs. the famed DuPont family of Wilmington, Delaware. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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503 - (C) PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 940279. .30 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1924. This is a classic pre-war Saddle Ring Carbine with the post front sight. Sports a tang sight and a rear sight blank filler with saddle ring and stud, and pre-war curved carbine buttplate. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, blue finish, walnut long wood forend, and walnut buttstock. The barrel and tube retains approximately 75% original blue mixing with gun metal grey. Barrel bands have basically silvered out. Receiver is gun metal grey mixed with brown patina. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Fine action. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 504 504 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 75 BOLT ACTION TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 13071. .22 LR caliber with a 28” barrel. Made in 1940. This popular, high quality target rifle was manufactured the last year before the war. It features the blued finish with the high profile hooded target front sight, scope blocks, and long range rear receiver sight. Walnut stock is unadorned, features pistol grip with the fine checkered Niedner-style steel shotgun buttplate. It is a bolt action, magazine fed, and comes with sling swivels. Walnut stocks are near mint. The bluing is near perfect, does not even exhibit any muzzle wear. Fine bore and action. A superb early bolt action target rifle. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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505 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 339324. .25-20 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1908. Standard rifle features full round barrel, full magazine, replaced front and rear sporting sights, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. All metal surfaces are a brown patina. Wood is very, slightly shy to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong rifled bore. Perfect action. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 506 506 - (C) YUGOSLAVIAN MODEL 24 CARBINE. Serial No. 2176. 7.92 x 57mm with a 16.75” barrel. This is an extremely scarce Mauser rarely encountered. Features the pistol grip stock without grasping grooves. There is a swivel at the lower band and another on buttstock. Nose cap incorporates dual position bayonet lug. Has the royal crest and 1924 74K date on bridge. Matching number on frame, bolt, floorplate, stock, and trigger guard. Right side of stock has the proper royal crest. Has the King Alexander cartouche on the right side of stock. Blue finish remains at 98% and has a polished bolt. Stock is near mint. Perfect bore and action. No visible import marks. Gun is near new inside and out. Previous owner did a series of story boards detailing this rifle and its service. This documentation will come with the rifle. Manufacturer markers in Cyrillic. 1,200.00 - 2,000.00

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507 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. 24” Serial No. 5455301. This rifle was manufactured from December 1953-to end of production in 1957. The barrel is dated 10 of 1964 SA. It is a typical re-build. The trigger assembly is matte blue. Barrel is Military black. Frame is phosphate green. Military stock and is stamped “SA” and “P”. TE measures 2 and ME reads 1.5. 700.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 508 508 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 52 BOLT ACTION TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 121947D. 28” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Manufactured 1966. Features full heavy round barrel, blued finish, no sights, Olympic style target front sight, two rear barrel mounted scope blocks, Redfield International Match receiver target sight. Sports a 7/8” tube Redfield rear sight with no glass. Rifle shows in near new condition inside and out with adjustable forend weight. No sling ever installed in stock. Minor wear on trigger guard and some high edge muzzle wear. Wood is virtually flawless. Has a Winchester rubber buttpad. Fine, high condition, top of the line Winchester bolt action target rifle. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 509 509 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 855728. 26” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Standard rifle manufactured in 1919. Full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, rifle butt, Marbles tang rear sight plugged, sporting front sight. It appears as if the rifle was stored poorly. There is a 9” section of fine pitting on top three flats of barrel forward of rear sight, otherwise balance retains approximately 80% original blue. Tube is a replacement. Left side of frame retains 75% original blue blending with brown patina. Right side has traces of original blue with balance patina. Wood is excellent with no cracks. Action is fine. Strong bore. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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510 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 835580. 24” barrel in .32-20 caliber. Manufactured 1917. Standard rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, orignal Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stock, rifle butt. Barrel legends and edges are razor sharp. Barrel has some scratches to finish 4” from muzzle. Magazine has a 1” spot or corrosion at base, otherwise retains 80% original blue. The frame retains generous amounts of blue, approximately 50% with the balance simply flaked to a soft chocolate brown with a 1/2” blemish on right side. Stocks are excellent with cracks, with added finish and an “M” carved on right side. Has a strong bore and perfect action. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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511 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 779784. 20” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Manufactured 1915. Standard in all respects. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, post front sight, folding ladder carbine rear sight, blue finish, saddle ring and stud, walnut stocks, with carbine buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 80% original blue blending patina. Frame has flashes of original blue but has basically flaked to brown patina. Saddle ring is present. Has the long walnut forend. Standard carbine walnut rear stock is proud to metal with no cracks or chips. Fine action. Strong clean rifling. 700.00 - 1,200.00

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512 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 201630. 26” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured 1900. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, sporting sights, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. Barrel and tube are a blue-grey patina with several areas of surface erosion and some spotting. Perfect legends. Has a replacement Marbles rear sight. Frame is basically gun metal grey with traces of blue and the balance patina. Stocks are good, proud to metal, not refinished, but there is a chip at toe and buttstock has roughness. Strong rifled bore. 750.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 513 513 - (M) BOXED OLIVER F. WINCHESTER COMM. RIFLE. Serial No. OFW1869. 24” barrel in caliber .38-55 WCF. Winchester produced this commemorative rifle in 1980. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, straight grip checkered walnut stock. Special features include a commemorative coin in right side of stock; gold plated engraved frame; plated lever, nose cap, and magazine cap; beautifully checkered walnut stocks with oil finish; and blued rifle buttplate. Rifle remains in near new condition in the original box with sleeve. 600.00 - 900.00

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514 - (C) CUSTOM U.S. SPRINGFIELD B.A. TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 4714231. 28” barrel in .30-06 caliber. The basis for this custom Springfield target rifle was a standard World War II issue Smith Corona frame built in 1943-44. It was rebarreled with a full heavy round target barrel with recessed muzzle. The rifle has two scope blocks mounted on barrel at front and rear, along with one mounted on top bridge. It is scoped with a high quality Lyman 10x Super Target Spot serial No. 10811. Bolt has been jeweled. Frame and barrel retain 98% of the custom applied blue finish. Scope has adjustment lines and is near mint. Scope has standard crosshairs, fine optics, and has the metal screw-on lens caps. Rifle sports a custom walnut stock with flat forend and rail for adjustable weights. Pistol grip Monte Carlo stock with undercut rollover cheek piece and solid red rubber recoil pad. Black composite pistol grip cap. Stock has channel grooved in comb for bolt. Fine bore and action. An extremely well-made high quality bench rifle with top of the line scope. 750.00 - 1,250.00

LOT - 515 515 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 52 HEAVY BARREL TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 82766C. .22 LR caliber with a 28” barrel. Manufactured 1956. Considered one of the finest .22 target rifles ever manufactured, this rifle features the blue heavy round barrel with adjustable globe front sight, scope blocks, and Lyman long range target receiver sight, walnut stock with pistol grip, and a Niedner-style checkered buttplate with sling swivels, adjustable weight, magazine fed. Rifle retains approximately 98-99% of the original blue finish. Walnut stocks are near mint. Fine bore and action. About as good as they come. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 516 516 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 210010. .38-55 caliber with a 26” barrel. Manufactured 1901. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, period replacement front and rear sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. The barrel, frame, magazine hanger, and forend tip are a soft smooth brown patina. Magazine tube appears to be a correct period replacement and has a darker mix of blue-brown. Wood is very good. Stock is slightly shy to metal and has been refinished. No cracks. Forearm has a few dents and has also been refinished. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00 174

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LOT - 517

517 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. 24” Serial No. 2082664. Manufactured September 1943-December 1943. Barrel is dated SA February 1944. Has a replaced latter rear sight. No lock bar. Has TE reading of 2. Bolt is stamped D28287-19SA. Heat lot 0-14A. Has an ME reading of 2. Stock is a replacement with no inspector marks. Trigger assembly is stamped D28290-14-SA. This is typical rebuild using lots of early parts. This has the phosphate green frame, trigger guard assembly , barrel and cast port gun metal gray. Comes with period bayonet and scabbard. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 518

518 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 19958. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1939 and is standard in all respects. Features blued finish with plain pistol grip checkered walnut stock. Sling swivels and sling have been added. Rifle sports a Lyman Alaskan scope and Stieff mounts with line and post optics that are perfect. There is wear to trigger guard and floor plate approximately 50% blue. Barrel retains approximately 90% blue but has storage rubs on top and bottom of barrel. Has an ancient rubber buttplate added that is completely disintegrated. Fine bore and action. Bolt number is etched matching rifle. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 519 519 - (C) SAVAGE PERCH BELLY MODEL 1899 RIFLE (.38-55). Serial No. 110877. 26” barrel in .38-55 caliber. Manufactured in 1911. This is referred to as the Model A standard weight rifle with 26” full round barrel, blued finish, walnut forend with Schnable tip, walnut buttstock, and smooth steel Savage logo shotgun buttplate. This buttplate was a special order available until 1919. Barrel retains approximately 75-80% original high polish factory blue with thinning at breech, razor sharp legends. Lyman front sight, rear sight blank is filled, and a Marble tang sight. Frame has the cocking indicator, cartridge counter and retains approximately 50% of the high polish blue. Stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks at wrist, but does have some dings, a couple of which have been filled in, and has had some finish added. Lever has been re-blued. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. These early Perch Belly rifles chambered for the Winchester caliber are some of the most sought after examples. This is a very clean model with the special order buttplate. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 520 520 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 HIGH WALL MUSKET. Serial No. 120152. Cal .22 short, Barrel length 28”. Manufactured in 1920’s these special military style muskets were built at the tail end of the 1885 production. They were based on the High Wall frame with a full round barrel, single barrel band, military style adjustable rear sight, ramp and dove tail front sight, musket length walnut forend with finger groves and metal tip, military style walnut butt stock with carbine butt plate with sling swivels. It retains approximately 85% original blue on on barrel with light scattered age freckling. Razor sharp legions. Forend is near mint. Stock is excellent, proud to metal, with the original finish. The frame is a pleasing blue, softening to light brown patina. Strong clean rifle bore and fine action. Far above average 1885 High Wall musket. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 521 521 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. 24” Serial No. 3624602. This rifle was manufactured between March 1945 - June 1945. This is a typical mid 60’s rebuild. The barrel is a SA April 1966. TE measures 2 and ME measures 2. It is a mix match of parts. It does not have lock-bar sight. Metal retains virtually all of the re-applied green phosphate finish. Walnut stock is near mint. This should make a great shooter. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 522 522 - (C) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON PUMP ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 231751 & 2073. The first gun is an old Model 760 pump action rifle with 22” barrel chambered for the rare .257 Roberts cartridge. The .257 Roberts was only manufactured from 1955 to 1958. Serial No. 231751. Features blue finish, ramp front sight, folding rear sight, pump action, magazine fed, grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip stock with aluminum buttplate, and sling eyes. Mounted with a Tasco 3x9 scope. Standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Aside from slide bar and arm, barrel retains approximately 90% original factory blue with muzzle wear. Frame shows wear on all high edges and base from carry. Stock is very good with usual dings and varnish loss, but no cracks. Very good bore and action. The second gun in this lot is a Remington Model 141. Serial No. 2073. 22” barrel in .35 Remington caliber. This rifle was manufactured 1935 to 1950. Features full round barrel, 2/3 twist magazine, sporting front and rear sight, rear sight replaced, takedown, blued finish, grooved flat bottom forend stock, and plain pistol grip walnut buttstock with Remington checkered steel buttplate. This model has the Remington cartridge head on left side. Wood is excellent with no cracks. 80% receiver blue, thin on base and high edges from carry. Barrel has muzzle wear and wear at last 2” of breech. No case colors on arm. High edge wear to magazine. Fine bore and action. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 523 523 - (C) EL TIGRE MODEL 1892 S.R.C. Serial No. 23012. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Popular Spanish copy of the Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine manufactured by Garate Anitua in Eibar, Spain. Has all the typical features found on a Winchester carbine. Tang is stamped “Tigre”. Has carbine folding ladder rear sight, dovetail front sight, two barrel bands, full magazine, saddle ring and stud, walnut stocks, and carbine buttplate. Buttplate is stamped 31177. Wood is very good, slightly shy to metal with sling eye in buttstock and another on rear barrel band. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 524 524 - (C) WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 94 RIFLE. Serial No. 852641. 26” barrel in .38-55 caliber. Manufactured 1919. This special order rifle features a full round barrel with button magazine. Standard features include original Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. There are some wear striations at breech and an area of finish loss on the left side of barrel extending 3-1/2”. Balance of blue is 85%. Receiver is basically gun metal grey with no finish. Stocks are excellent with no cracks. Action is perfect. Strong clean bore. 800.00 - 1,200.00 176

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LOT - 525

525 - (C) SPECIAL ORDER SEMI-DELUXE 1894 WINCHESTER. Serial No. 464658. 24” barrel in .38-55 caliber. Features full octagon barrel, button magazine, sporting sights, pistol grip checkered walnut stocks, and black composite buttplate. Only the outline is visible on checkering of forend. Buttstock checkering is wearing thin. Barrel is 2” shorter than standard. Bottom of barrel has two drilled holes. Original sporting rear sight. Barrel retains approximately 80% original finish with high edge wear. Receiver has flaked to gun metal grey. Fine action. Very good rifled bore. Toe repair in stock and a small crack at pistol grip. Very nice special order Winchester Model 1894 rifle. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 526 526 - (C) INLAND U.S. M1 CARBINE S.A. PARATROOPER RIFLE. Serial No. 101660. 18” barrel, .30 carbine caliber. Barrel stamped “UNDERWOOD (ordnance bomb) P”, front sight unmarked, front barrel band stamped ”AI”. type C rear sight stamped “I.R.C.O. 7160060”. Type B two rivet hand guard. Flat bolt. Right side of low wood reproduction paratrooper stock grip stamped “SA”. Some surfaces with original phosphate finish, some refinished. Stock very good, bore shiny and excellent. Scattered marks from use and 90-95% finish overall. Complete with “ATLAS AWNING 1944” canvas paratrooper case in unissued condition, and one 15 round magazine. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 527

527 - (C) LOT OF 2: PRE-WAR 22 CALIBER PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 266727 & 712960. Serial # 266727 & 712960 Gun A: Remington Model 12, serial #712960, has a 24” full octagon barrel, take down, blued finish, grooved for-end, pistol grip walnut stock, steel butt plate, original Remington sights, razor sharp edges and legends. All metal is a pleasing blue brown patina. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Strong clean rifling, fine action. Manufactured 1909-1936 and is considered a Model 12C. Gun B: Winchester Model 1890, serial #266727, manufactured in 1906, 24” octagon barrel, chambered for the .22 short, pump action, take down, walnut stocks, original Winchester sights, sharp edges and legends, blued bolt, barrel and tube are a soft blue brown patina, original stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks, period half plate model with a nickel finish frame and butt plate, never cleaned. Retains 80% of the nickel with some freckling, bottom tang patina, never polished. Rifling visible but worn. Action perfect. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 528

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

LOT - 529

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

LOT - 530

530 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 847274. 26” barrel in .25-35 WCF caliber. Manufactured in 1919. Features full octagon barrel full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stock, rifle butt. Barrel and tube retains approximately 90-95% original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. Frame has flaked to a grey-brown patina with freckling. Stocks are excellent but have been freshened. Tang is bright blue indicating sight was removed. Fine action. Strong bore. Very handsome rifle in desirable caliber. 800.00 - 1,300.00 178

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LOT - 531 531 - (C) BRITISH PROOFED MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MOD 1910. Serial No. 4640. 19.7” barrel in 9.5x57mm caliber. Offered is a Model 1910 carbine that exhibits all early features to include full length stock that is checkered at forend and pistol grip with black composite cap, checkered steel buttplate, sling swivels, metal forend tip, double set triggers, butter knife bolt handle, two leaf rear sight, and standard sporting front sight. This gun was exported to England at one time and the barrel, as well as receiver, bear numerous English proof marks. The barrel retains approximately 80% original factory blue finish, beautifully blending with light patina. Bridge is stamped with model information and was never tapped for scope. Trigger guard is brown patina. The floor plate is engraved and retains all original factory blue, but is a replacement. Frame is a soft patina. Walnut stocks are very good with usual impressions but no cracks. Strong rifling and fine action. This early rifle comes with six full boxes of original ammunition and one partial. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 532 532 - (C) USMC SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 931746. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was built in 1918. The barrel was replaced with a Sedgley USMC 9-41. The sights were changed to World War II style. Original World War I stock was retained and features two bolts, wide finger groove, and high hump hand guard. The wood has seen some serious use with lots of dings. Inspector marks ground off. Stress cracks at bottom. Bolt was replaced with swept bolt. Military finish applied over some pitting. Has a World War II era green canvas sling. ME reading ‘1’ and TE reading ‘1’. Fairly typical World War II rebuild of a first World War rifle using the scarce USMC barrel. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 533

533 - (M) UZI MODEL B SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. 9. 16” barrel in 9mm caliber. This UZI Model B by Action Arms was refinished and decorated as the American Armed Forces Commemorative manufactured in Israel. The frame was finished in high polish blue. Has gold accents and small parts with special etching. Stock has a special commemorative enameled medallion. Comes with one magazine and a sling in a hard case with booklet and two original tags. There are a couple areas of rust from poor storage; four small spots on left side of frame and two small on left side of buttplate. Stock is excellent. Fine bore and action. The four small blemishes could be easily remedied. 800.00 - 1,400.00

LOT - 534 534 - (C) US MARKED REMINGTON MODEL 11 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Serial No. 467853. 20” barrel in 12 bore. These shotguns were supplied to the US government during and after WWII for training purposes. They are cylinder choked. The barrel is stamped “U.S.” with flaming bomb and stamped “cyl” on left side of frame and barrel. Top of barrel is stamped “U.S.” with Ordnance bomb. Retains 98% matte military style finish. Stock has inspector stamp on left side. Single bead front sight. Fine bore and action. Bolt is stamped “Model 11”. 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 535 535 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1912 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 290145. 26” barrel in 16 bore with modified choke, 6.15lbs, 14” LOP, 1-1/2” drop at comb, 2-1/2” drop at heel. This beautiful upgrade shows in as new condition. Features Simmons vent rib, jeweled bolt and lifter, triple diamond checkered pattern walnut forend, checkered pistol grip walnut stock, red “W” Winchester cap, and Winchester buttplate. Beautiful finish. Fine bore and action. This shotgun shows in near new condition throughout with beautiful finished wood stocks and Simmons rib. 800.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 536 536 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 42 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 57031. 26” barrel in .410 bore with a 3” chamber, full choke, 6.6lbs. Features a blued finish, Simmons rib added, triple diamond checkered forend, pistol grip walnut stock with black metal grip cap, Winchester hard plastic buttplate, and jeweled bolt and lifter. Manufactured in 1947. Retains 98-99% of the upgraded finish. Fine bore and action. 800.00 - 1,750.00

LOT - 537 537 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 340484. 24” barrel in 20 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, full choke, 14” LOP, 7.36 lbs, drop at comb is approximately 1-1/2”, drop at heel is approximately 2-1/2”. Shotgun was manufactured in 1923. It has been completely upgraded and restored to near new condition. Has a Simmons rib, adjustable polychoke, deluxe checkered walnut stock with fiery grain and oil finish, with red “W” Winchester grip cap, Bishop buttplate, forend has the triple diamond checkered base, jeweled bolt and lifter, and matte finish top of receiver. All legends are sharp as new. 99% beautiful rust blue. Fine bore and action. Beautiful deluxe Winchester 20 bore pump action Model 12. 800.00 - 1,750.00

LOT - 538 538 - (M) REMINGTON 1100 SD ENGRAVED SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Serial No. L-768058V. 25-1/2” barrel in 12 bore with a 2-3/4” chamber. Offered is a Remington Model 1100 D Tournament custom grade with the D style engraving on barrel breech and frame. Other features include the deluxe grain fancy checkered high gloss walnut stock with pistol grip. Cap and buttplate are black composite. Has a trigger shoe installed. Features a full vent rib with twin beads. Metal retains approximately 98% of the original factory finish. Shows very little use. Fine scroll engraving on the breech of barrel, both sides of frame, and edges. Walnut stocks have fiery grain and are in near mint condition. Fine bore and action. It is skeet choked. Beautiful high grade near mint Remington Model 1100. 900.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 539 539 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MOD 12 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. 1862218. 28” barrel in 12 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, 7lbs 11oz, 13-7/8” LOP, drop at comb is 1-3/4”. drop at heel is 2-1/2”. Manufactured 1961. Beautiful as new upgraded Winchester Model 12 with Simmons rib, twin bead front sight, checkered walnut stock, Winchester red “W” grip cap, and solid Winchester buttplate. The deluxe walnut forend has the checkered triple diamond pattern, razor sharp legends, jeweled bolt and lifter. Fine bore and action. 900.00 - 1,750.00

LOT - 540 540 - (M) BROWNING CITORI OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 21412NZ783. 26” barrels in .410 bore with a 3” chamber, top barrel choked modified, bottom barrel is improved cylinder. 14-1/4” LOP. This shotgun features full matted vent rib with single bead front sight, blued finish, and round knob checkered walnut stock with Browning black composite buttplate. 1-1/2” drop and comb and 2-1/2” at heel. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. 1,000.00 - 1,400.00 541 - (M) MIB DEHAAN MODEL S2 SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 05C2953. 30” barrels in 20 bore. Manufactured in Turkey. This DeHaan S2 side by side 20 bore shotgun features a rounded pistol grip, select Turkish walnut stock with a beautiful satin finish and black rubber recoil pad with 14” LOP. 30” barrels with mirror bores, 3” chambers, and a single selective trigger. The receiver, trigger guard, and forend release are beautifully engraved with three applied ducks on both sides in brass. Barrels are blued. Has an interchangeable choke system with six chokes. Gun is in as new condition in original box with all paperwork. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 542

542 - (A) CASED PARKER BROS. GH GRADE 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 86260. 30” barrel in 12 bore. This fine side by side shotgun was manufactured in 1897. Listed as the Grade 2, or GH Grade, it was introduced in 1888 and produced until 1899 with approximately 13,000 manufactured. Accompanied by a Parker letter, which states that it was shipped to W.S. Brown in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with 30 inch Damascus barrels, half pistol grip and 14 1/2 inch pull. Letter confirms the date of manufacture, gauge, and states that it had full chokes. The cost was $80.00. Features include fine Damascus barrels with browned finish, full matted rib, and a single bead front sight. Top of rib is stamped with maker. The box lock hammerless frame features No. 2 engraving, the exact pattern can be seen on page 274 in “The Parker Story”. Buttstock has the round pistol grip checkered walnut with gold shield. Has a period Jostam pad with a 15” LOP to front trigger. Splintered forend with checkering pattern can be seen on page 271 with the three-point sides and 1878 patent date on release. Clean bores. Has a 2” chamber. Standard ejector. Barrels have beautiful brown Damascus pattern, tight. Light muzzle wear but no dents or repairs. Fine engraving on action, turned basic patina in color with bright colors in hidden areas. Original stocks are in excellent condition, having beautifully aged with no cracks or chips. Lock-up is tight as new. Wood to metal fit is perfect. Stocks never refinished. Shotgun comes in a hard leather case with reproduction label, period wood cleaning rod, and some jags. Very fine all original early antique Parker. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 543 543 - (M) CASED IAB TIGER SKEET O/U 12 BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 6823. 12 bore with 2-3/4” chambers, 26-3/4” blued barrels with vent matte rib and twin beads, both barrels choked to skeet. Barrel marked on right side “NICKEL-CHROME STEEL NITRO-PROVED ABERCROMBIE & FITCH” and on left side “I.A.B. di G. ZOLI & C. GARDONE V.T. MADE IN ITALY”. Casehardened scalloped boxlock action with distinct stripe pattern, tooled and engraved breeches and borders. Bottom engraved with I.A.B. logo. Features: ejectors, non-automatic safety and single gold-plated trigger. Pierced blue opening lever, blued safety and blued trigger guard, engraved on bow. Fine varnished Circassian pistol grip buttstock with engraved panels on each side of wrist and Decelerator black recoil pad. LOP is 13-1/2” to end of wood stock and 14-1/4” to back of recoil pad. Drop at comb is 1-1/4” and 2-1/4” at heel. Checkered forend with push button release. Button with engraved and gold-plated crest. Includes a black hard plastic case with combination lock and partitioned French blue velour interior with I.A.B. label, includes manual for lock. Accompanied by two framed Griffin & Howe Factory letters confirming the model, specs, and configuration of this shotgun. It was manufactured in 1969 and sold on June 11, 1975 by Abercrombie & Fitch to Gerard E. Heyen of New York, New York. This was one of only two I.A.B. Model Tiger Skeet’s that were received and sold by Abercrombie & Fitch. Excellent condition, shows very little use. Barrels retain nearly 100% blue finish, some very minor scratches on marks from forend, perfect bores. Action retains 98% case colors with a few light scratches and storage marks. Stocks are excellent, with a few light storage marks. Case is excellent with some fading to interior. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 544 544 - (C) A SIMSON 12 BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 243661. 12 bore. Blued 28 - 3/4” steel barrels marked, “SPEZIAL - GEWEHR LAUFSTAHL” on both barrels near breech. Left barrel is full choke and right barrel is “improved modified”. Solid matte rib with single brass bead and marked, “SIMSON, SUHL (THURINGEN). 2 - 3/4” chambers. Casehardened and stamp-engraved scalloped boxlock action with Greener cross bolt. Has extractors with automatic safety. Blued trigger guard, engraved on bow with double triggers. LOP from front trigger to end of buttplate is 14 - 1/4”. Drop at comb is 1 - 1/2” and drop at heel is 2 - 1/2”. Walnut pistol grip stock with checkered panels on each side of grip. Also has a rounded cheek piece carved on the left side of buttstock. Black maker’s buttpad and grip cap. Has blued sling swivels. Forend has checkered panels and blue/ casehardened Deeley release. Excellent condition showing little use. Barrels retain 98% blue with very light edge wear and a series of small nicks on the muzzle of the left barrel. Action retains nearly 100% of case colors on receiver. Lever, safety, triggers and trigger guard retaining nearly all of their blue finish. Excellent bore. Stock is excellent with light storage marks. There are also a couple marks on the right side of pistol grip. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 545 545 - (C) U.S. MODEL 1897 RIOT GUN. Serial No. 932470. 20” barrel in 12 bore. This shotgun has 2-3/4” chamber cylinder bore. Top of barrel has the “P.W.” inspector stamp with Ordnance bomb. Left side of frame is stamped “U.S.”. Left side of stock has the “W.B.” inspector stamp in square, along with Ordnance wheel. Features include single bead front sight, blue finish, corncob serrated walnut forend, and pistol grip (no cap) fluted stock with Winchester black composite buttplate. This shotgun falls directly into the range of U.S. shotguns. Barrel and receiver are a mix of matte blue and brown patina. Stocks are excellent with no cracks, just the usual small abrasions. Mirror bore and perfect action. Overall a fine condition example of a popular World War II pump action shotgun. The U.S. riot guns are far scarcer than the trench gun, and this is built on the takedown frame. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 182

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LOT - 546

546 - (C) A PARKER TROJAN 12 BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 238344. 12 bore with 26” blued steel barrels, solid matte rib with single silver bead and marked “PARKER BROS. MAKERS. MERIDEN. CT. U.S.A. TROJAN STEEL.”. Left barrel is “improved modified” choke and the right barrel is “modified” choke. 2-1/2” chambers. The bottom of each barrel marked “PARKER GUN WORKS OVERLOAD PROVED”. Extractors and automatic safety double triggers. Casehardened boxlock action with “Parker” engraved on bottom. Plain walnut stock with pistol grip having checkered panels on each side along with a hard rubber buttplate. LOP from front trigger to butt is 13-1/2”. Plain forend with diamond shaped panel of checkering. Excellent condition. Barrels retain 90-95% of their blue finish with some light scratches throughout along with nicks to finish. Light wear at breeches. Action retains 40-50% original case colors with edge wear and fading in some areas. Trigger guard with traces of blue in protected areas. Stock is very good, as refinished with a few marks from use. Excellent and bright bore. In 1935, Parker Bros. were taken over by Remington. This shotgun was manufactured between 1935 and 1936. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 547

547 - (C) STEVENS U.S. PROPERTY MODEL 620 TRENCH GUN. Serial No. 21907. 20” barrel in 12 bore. Stevens introduced the Model 620 in 1927. During the second World War, the U.S. government ordered 12,174 models in trench gun, riot gun, and training gun versions. Trench gun was fitted with the Stevens type S handguard bayonet adapter assembly. Standard finish was a matte blue with plain walnut forend and plain pistol grip walnut buttstock with black composite buttplate. A rear sling swivel was installed in buttstock. There is a sling swivel in bayonet adapter. Bayonet adapter has a bead front sight. Left side of frame is stamped “Model 620 U.S.”. Left side of frame and left side of barrel are stamped with the proof “P” and Ordnance bomb. Stock is not inspector marked. This serial number falls within the proper range of 17000 to 33000. This is a later production model stamped 620 without the “A”. It is cylinder bored. The Stevens Arms Co. and other factory markings were stamped on the left side of barrel and a partially obscured by handguard (correct). Plain uncheckered stocks or forends were not stamped with any sort of inspection or proof markings. This gun utilized a standard Stevens commercial buttplate with the center serrations. The U.S. is sans serifs (correct). Proof “P”s are a block style sans serifs (correct). The handguard has the proper anodized finish which produced the unusual pinkish tint. There is no “S” marking on left side of bayonet mount. Has the proper rear sling swivel. Sports six rows of vent holes. Handguard retains approximately 75% original blue. Barrel is blue mixed with brown patina. tube is grey. Frame retains approximately 75% original finish, starting to darken with patina. Wood is excellent with a few minor bumps and bruises. Action is perfect. Mirror bore. Very nice Stevens World War II trench gun. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 548

548 - (M) CASED CONNECTICUT SHOTGUN 20 BORE SXS. Serial No. RBL001515. 28” barrels in 20 bore. Referred to as the RBL Launch Edition, this is a box lock side by side 20 bore that features auto-ejectors, smooth rib, single bead sight, 2-3/4” chambers, interchangeable choke tube system. Barrels are finished in a matte blue with fine engraving at breech. The finely engraved frame is finished in a nickel silver, has a top tang safety, single select gold plated trigger, brushed nickel pistol grip cap, black composite buttplate, and features finely checkered deluxe feather-crotch walnut oil finished stocks with a 14-1/4” LOP. Has a push button release splinter forend. 1-5/8” drop at comb and a 2-1/4” drop at heel. Gun is in near new condition inside and out. Comes in the original hard canvas case with snap caps, oil bottle, cleaning tool, additional chokes in leather pouch, shooting glasses, original paperwork, and original Galazan’s wrapping paper. An exquisite, high quality, near new 20 bore. This edition was engraved by Richard Roy and was manufactured from 2005-2010. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

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LOT - 549 549 - (C) PARKER VHE SXS 12 BORE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 225081. 12 bore, 26” blued barrels, 2-3/4” chambers with solid matte rib and single silver bead. Typical Parker barrel markings and Vulcan steel. Manufactured in 1928. Rib has extension at breech. Left barrel with modified choke, right barrel with improved cylinder choke. Casehardened action with panels surrounded by rocker panel engraving and marked “PARKER BROS” on both sides in panels. Double triggers, ejectors, automatic safety. Blued trigger guard. Walnut stocks, pistol grip buttstock with checkered panels and Parker-marked grip cap. Maker’s hard black rubber butt plate and vacant silver shield escutcheon on bottom of buttstock. LOP is 14”. Drop at comb is 1- 3/8” and drop at heel is 2-5/8”. Checkered splinter forend with Deeley release. Excellent condition. Barrels retain nearly 100% blue, shiny bores. Action retains 60-70% case colors with some fading and wear to bottom and edges. Trigger guard retains about 50% blue finish. Stocks excellent as refinished, some scattered marks from use. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 550 550 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 1100-D CUSTOM GRADE SHOTGUN. Serial No. M031081-V. Barrel length 26” & 28” & 30”, 12 bore. This is an exquisite three barrel set featuring the Remington Model 1100 action from the Custom Shop that features the D grade embellishments. The three barrels and frame retains virtually all of the original factory blue finish. The frame is beautifully hand engraved in a scroll pattern on all sides. In addition, the bolt is engraved as well as the breech of all three barrels. The 26” barrel is “cylinder” choked. 28” barrel is “IM”. 30” barrel is “full” choke. The wood chosen for this project is deluxe fiery grain walnut with deluxe hand cut checkering and a high gloss finish. 14” LOP to Remington composite butt plate, as well as a black composite grip cap with white diamond. The entire outfit is in near new condition and one of the most handsome Model 1100’s this writer has ever seen. All 3 barrels feature vent rib with twin sights and 2-3/4” chambers and are numbered to the gun. An exquisite set. 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 551 551 - (M) CASED CONNECTICUT SHOTGUN CO. SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. RBL003638. 28” barrels in 28 bore with 2-3/4” chambers. Right barrel is choked improved, left barrel is choked full. Has a 14-3/8” LOP. Barrels are finished in a bright rust blue with tasteful engraving at breech. Has a solid rib, single bead sight, top tang safety, and mirror bores. The frame features light scroll engraving with Pointers. Features the case colored finish with engraved blued trigger guard. Beautiful straight grip English style checkered walnut stock with deluxe fiery grain oil finish and black composite buttplate. Has a finely checkered walnut beaver tail forend with push button release. Automatic ejectors. 1-5/8” drop at comb and 2” drop at heel. Shotgun is in as new condition inside and out. Comes in the original canvas covered hard carrying case with oil bottle, snap caps, cleaning rod, jags, paperwork, and shooting glasses. Introduced in 2010 with a list price of $5,000. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 184

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LOT - 552 552 - (M) CASED MERKEL OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 34028. 28” barrels in 20 bore. Manufactured in Germany. Top barrel choked modified, bottom barrel choked cylinder. 2-3/4” chamber. Auto-ejectors, mirror bores, solid matted rib, single bead front sight, three piece walnut forend finely checkered, case colored scalloped box lock, top tang safety, and checkered straight grip walnut buttstock with red Pachmayr pad. 14-1/8” LOP to front trigger. Lock-up is tight. Receiver features fine scroll engraving and retains nearly all of the original case colors. Trigger guard is finely blued and engraved with light high edge wear. Stocks are near mint. Barrels retains 98% original factory blue. Has a 1-1/4” drop at comb and 2-1/4” drop at heel. Manufactured in Suhl, Germany. Near new condition throughout. Lovely 20 bore shotgun with scarce case colored frame. Comes in a period lined hard leather case with snap caps, cleaning rod, and tools. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 553 553 - (M) CASED BROWNING 12 BORE O/U BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 77428S7. Manufactured in 1967, no signs of salt wood or damage from salt wood. Blued 32” barrels with wide vent matte Broadway rib with twin beads, marked “BROWNING ARMS COMPANY” on left side and “12 GA-SHELLS 2 ¾”-MADE IN BELGIUM-BROWNING PATENT” on right side. Top barrel has “improved modified” choke and bottom barrel has “modified” choke. Silver grey boxlock action, engraved with two flying pigeons on each side, surrounded by fine scroll engraving, receiver bottom and tangs also exhibit fine scrolls and chiseled oak leaves around breech, single gold-plated trigger, ejectors, barrel selector and non-automatic safety. Highly figured glossy walnut flat knob pistol grip stock with checkered panels on each side of wrist, Pachmayr red and black recoil pad. LOP is 13” to end of wooden butt and 13-7/8” to end of recoil pad. Drop at comb is 1-1/4” and 1-3/4” at heel. Checkered semi-beavertail forend with groove on each side. Complete with factory Browning case wrapped in brown vinyl with a faux lamb’s wool partitioned interior, includes Browning manual in original envelope. Excellent condition with barrels retaining about 95-98% blue finish with light edge wear on rib and around muzzles, light abrasions from sliding forend, bright bores. Action excellent, retaining 98% of silver finish. Stocks excellent with a few light storage marks. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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LOT - 554 554 - (M) WINCHESTER 101 ATA 12 BORE TRAP COMBO SHOTGUN. Serial No. HF165E. 12 bore, 2-3/4” chambers, 34” ported blued single trap barrel with vent matte rib marked “Hall of Fame” and twin white beads, interchangeable chokes. Over and under barrel ported and blued. Top barrel 30” with modified choke and bottom barrel 29-3/4” with interchangeable chokes, stepped vented matte rib with twin white beads. Blued box lock action engraved on right side with scrolls surrounding the Trap Shooting Hall of Fame building and the other side with “TRAPSHOOTING/HALL OF FAME” around “ATA” in concentric circles, surrounded by scrolls. Bottom engraved with scrolls and ATA logo, single gold trigger, ejectors, non-automatic safety and barrel selector and gold-plated single trigger. Highly figured varnished walnut Monte Carlo buttstock with pistol grip, checkered on both sides, black Winchester recoil pad and vacant silver oval escutcheon on bottom of buttstock. Checkered semi beaver tail forend with Deeley release. LOP is 13-3/8” to end of wood butt and 14-1/4” to back of recoil pad. Drop at comb is 1-3/8” and at heel 2-3/8”. Complete with Winchester factory case, exterior green cloth with repeating “Winchester” logo and sides and corners wrapped with stitched brown leather. Partitioned interior is green velour, includes four choke tubes, and choke tube wrench. Excellent condition, barrels retain 98% blue finish, with only wear from forend, bright bores. Action is excellent, retains 98% blue with some minor edge wear. Stock very good, a few light storage marks. Case excellent. 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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555 - (C) A.H. FOX HE GRADE “SUPER FOX” 12-BORE SHOTGUN. Serial No. 30530. 32” barrel in 12 bore. Features two blued steel barrels with a solid matte rib and a single silver bead. Right barrel is marked, “CHROMOX FLUID COMPRESSED STEEL”. The left barrel is stamped, “MADE BY A.H. FOX GUN CO PHILA. PA. U.S.A.” Both barrels with “improved modified” chokes. Casehardened boxlock action with engraved borders and marked, “ANSLEY H. FOX” on both sides. Ejectors, automatic safety and double set triggers. Walnut semi-pistol grip buttstock with checkered panels on each side. Brown 1” after-market buttpad. Also has a checkered splinter forend with Deeley release. Very good condition. Barrels retain 95% blue finish with some edge wear and minor wear at the breeches and muzzles. Bright bores. The action retains 40-50% of original case colors. The stock has some wear to the checkering and scattered marks from use. 14-1/4” LOP. 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

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556 - (M) BROWNING POINTER GRADE SUPERPOSED SHOTGUN. Serial No. 15392S8. 12 bore, 30” blued steel barrels with vent rib and two white beads. Chambered for 2-3/4” shells, both barrels choked modified. Manufactured in 1967. Matte chrome box lock action, single gold-plated trigger, ejectors, non-automatic safety and barrel selector. Action finely engraved by Browning’s master engraver, J. Baerten, with a scene of a pointer holding a pheasant on one side and setter holding a duck on the other. Both panel scenes are surrounded by fine scroll engraving. Bottom of action engraved with two pheasants surrounded by a border and scroll engraving. Trigger guard bow engraved with two pheasants. This is the FKST variation (flat knob/short tang). Highly figured gloss walnut stock, pistol grip with checkered panels on each side. Underside with an oval-shaped gold escutcheon, engraved “JWB”. Fitted with a Morgan adjustable butt pad. LOP from trigger to back of buttstock is 12-1/2” and 13-3/4 to back of compacted adjustable pad. Drop at comb measures 1-1/4” and the drop at heel (buttstock) is 1-1/2”. Forend with wrap around checkering. Excellent condition, barrels retain about 95 to 98% blue finish, slight wear from forend sliding and at breeches. Excellent and bright bores. Action and trigger guard retain about 70 to 80% matte chrome finish, with wear on tang, around some engraving and on bottom of action. Stock very good, some losses to finish around edge of pistol grip. One dent on right side of butt and scattered marks from use. Has pull & release trigger. 3,500.00 - 5,000.00

LOT - 557 557 - (C) CASED BROWNING SUPERPOSED (GR. I) LIGHTNING. Serial No. 40774V6. Made for A&F, manufactured in 1966, no evidence of salt wood. 20 bore, 3” chambers, two sets of blued 26-1/2” barrels. Both sets with forends and marked “”MADE FOR ABERCROMBIE & FITCH” and “MADE IN BELGIUM” on left side of both sets and with other typical Belgian Browning barrel markings. Both sets with vented matte ribs and single brass beads. One set full choke on top barrel and modified choke on bottom. The other set with both barrels chokes to skeet. Grade I boxlock action with typical Grade I engraving and blue finish. Features: ejectors, gold-plated trigger, non-automatic safeties and barrel selector switch. Varnished walnut checkered semi-pistol-grip buttstock with recoil pad, covered with sweated-on brown leather and bottom with vacant gold oval escutcheon. LOP is 13-1/2” to end of butt and 14-1/2” to end of recoil pad. Drop at comb is 1-1/8” and 2” at heel. Complete with factory Browning case with brown leather exterior and partitioned blue velour interior. Excellent condition. Both sets of barrels retain nearly 100% blue finish, with some wear from sliding forend on each set, excellent shiny bores. Action retains 95-98% blue with some light edge wear and light wear and marks to bottom of action. Stocks are very good, one forend with a dent, both have scattered light marks from use. Buttstock and recoil pad excellent. Case is in excellent condition with some scattered minor marks from use on the outside. A beautiful and functional two-barrel set made for Abercrombie & Fitch. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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558 - (M) MIB WINCHESTER “DIAMOND GRADE” O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. DG275546E. Barrel length 27-1/2”, .410 bore. This exquisite Winchester Diamond Grade skeet model is chambered for the .410 bore with a 2-1/2” chamber and is choked “skeet” and “skeet”. The blued barrels feature a high top vent rib with twin white beads, with narrow center vent. The wood is a finely checkered deluxe walnut. The pistol grip has an inset black diamond. Shotgun has a 14-3/8” LOP from single select gold trigger to solid black recoil pad. The box lock frame is finished in a coin nickel with beautiful scroll engraving with incised diamonds on both sides. The trigger guard is engraved. Base of frame is engraved with scroll engraving, Winchester and Diamond Grade in a diamond. Shotgun remains in as new, unfired condition with the original bags and internal boxes and is housed in the original box. Original box has paperwork included. Included is a Winchester Diamond Grade hard luggage case that does have some storage wear on the corners. 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

LOT - 559

559 - (C) A PARKER 12-BORE GH GRADE BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 155749. 12 bore with a 30” barrel. Manufactured between 1910 and 1911 this shotgun features Damascus steel barrels with solid matte rib and a single silver bead. 2-1/2” chambers. Left barrel is improved modified choke, right barrel is modified choke. Extractors and automatic safety. Casehardened boxlock action engraved with two flying geese in an oval panel surrounded by scroll engraving. The opposite side has two pheasants en suite with other side. Both sides are marked “PARKER BROS”. Ornate borders around all panels. Bottom of action engraved with two standing pheasants surrounded by scroll engraved circular border. Engraved blued trigger guard; double triggers. Highly figured walnut butt stock with pistol grip; shaped panels of checkering on each side of grip. Has a maker’s hard rubber buttplate and grip cap marked, “PARKER BROS / MERIDEN CONN”. Splinter fore-end with shaped, checkered border around Deeley release. Excellent condition. The barrels retain 90-95% original finish and having bright bores. There are some scattered marks from use and light muzzle wear. Action retains approximately 90-95% of case colors with some edge wear and wear around breeches. Lovely Damascus patterns on the barrels. Trigger guard and hardware on forend retain small traces of blue, otherwise great patina. Stock and forend retain 95% of varnish with scattered marks from use. 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

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LOT - 560 560 - (M) CASED MERKEL MODEL 2001EL OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 21230. 12 bore with 28” barrels, 3” chambers, improved cylinder and modified, with an 14-1/4” LOP, drop at comb 1-3/8”, drop at heel 2-1/2”, Kersten double cross bolt lock, selectable ejectors, and single selective trigger. The deep relief game scenes done by master engraver ‘Bernd Ludwig’ are truly memorable. The left side shows a pointer with two ducks in a marsh scene and the right side features five quail in a wooded setting. Painstakingly done scroll work covers the bottom of the receiver, the trigger guard and the forend hardware. Select quality, Luxus grade European walnut is used for the pistol grip stock and the three piece forearm. The fine line checkering on grip and forearm are the usual fine Merkel quality. Features the scalloped box lock design. Has the Merkel black composite buttplate. Manufactured with Krupp steel and was manufactured in Germany. Barrel has full matted rib with single bead front sight. Mirror bores. Receiver is finished in the white, rust blued barrels. Gun remains in near new condition inside and out. The wood appears to be exhibition grade and finely finished. Shotgun is housed in an original leather Merkel case with trade label and original instructions. 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

LOT - 561 561 - (M) ENGRAVED CASED PERAZZI TM1 SPECIAL SHOTGUN. Serial No. 72263. 31-7/8” barrel in 12 bore. Offered is an exquisite high grade, hand deep chisel engraved, single barrel trap gun. Choked full with a 14-3/8” LOP to adjustable single trigger, Perazzi ventilated recoil pad, beautifully checkered walnut stock with pistol grip and high comb, high vent matted rib with twin beads. Mint bore and as new action. Full coverage hand engraved box lock frame signed by Vasco Revera in a vine leaf scroll pattern. Features a top tang safety. Wood and metal are in as new condition inside and out. Comes in the original hard cover carry case with stock tool and a letter from Jaqua’s dated January 16th 1993 listing this gun by serial number with carry case engraved in No. 11 factory style, listing the replacement cost at $8,000 with notation having been built 1986-87 in Brescia, Italy. Has a 1-1/4” drop at comb and a 2” drop at heel. All matching numbers. An exquisite, top of the line Perazzi trap gun. 7,000.00 - 9,000.00

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562 - (C) COGSWELL & HARRISON VICTOR GRADE SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 55666. 12 bore, Barrel lengths are 27-1/2”. According to the factory letter, this shotgun was ordered from the Piccadilly shop on February 10, 1928. It is a 12 bore, side lock, ejector, model known as the Victor. It featured double triggers, conventional top lever and an automatic top safety. The forend has a push-down type fastener. Guns were regulated for No. 6 shot. Right barrel delivers a cylinder pattern, the left delivers an improved cylinder. This shotgun was manufactured for Mr. G.P. Metcalf at a cost of 100 Guineas. The barrels feature a scooped rib with light engraving at breech, single bead sight, mirror bores, approximately 95% blued with some thinning at breech. The action features intricate master engraving with the Cogswell & Harrison firm stamped on both sides and retains 20-30% original case colors. The deluxe, oil finished walnut stocks have the distinctive English straight grip stock with teardrop sides, extremely well executed fine checkering at wrist and forend. There is no butt plate, rather the butt has been checkered. There is a brass ID plaque at butt. The trigger guards, as well as all screws, are also finely engraved, all of which is done in a fine scroll, leaf and flower pattern. It has a 1-3/4” drop at comb and a 3” drop at heel. It has a 14-1/2” LOP to front trigger. Shotgun faces and locks up tight as new and relief lever centers at 6 o’clock. In addition, this shotgun comes with a complete set of six Riley tubes, with chokes, that once installed, will allow the user the 410, 28, 20 bore. A wonderful, best quality, English side lock double. 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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563 - (C) MERKEL 12 BORE 203 SIDE LOCK O/U SHOTGUN. Serial No. 32854. 12 bore, separated 32” blued steel barrels, 2-3/4” chambers. Marked “GEBRUDER MERKEL/SUHL” on left side between barrels. Vent rib with white bead at muzzle, brass bead in center, engraved around breech with non-factory scroll engraving around muzzles. Top barrel has modified choke and bottom barrel has improved cylinder choke. Casehardened side lock action is extensively chased with scroll patterns. Bottom engraved “GEBRUDER MERKEL/SUHL” in banners and surrounded by relief scroll engraving. Greener cross bolt, barrel selector switch on trigger plate, cocking indicators on side plates, single trigger, ejectors, non-automatic safety. Blued and scroll-chased trigger guard, opening lever, and side plate takedown lever. Trigger guard with oval inlay on bow missing. Highly figured walnut stocks, pistol grip buttstock with checkered panels on each side, grip cap with an elaborate and large gold inlay with a vacant tombstone plaque in the center and rubber Pachmayr butt pad. Relief scrolls carved on both sides of buttstock and around comb, non-factory addition. LOP is 14-1/2”to end of butt pad and 13-7/8” to end of wood. Drop at comb is 1-9/16” and drop at heel is 1-7/8”. Three piece checkered forend with engraved screws. Excellent condition, bores shiny, barrels retain 95% blue finish with some edge and muzzle wear. Action with 90% faded case colors and some scattered spotting. Trigger guard and safety with traces of blue, lever retains 90% blue. Stocks are excellent, some minor marks from use. 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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564 - (A) COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 150290. 7-1/2” barrel in .36 percussion caliber. Manufactured in 1863. Standard mid-war Colt Navy not martially marked. Strong New York barrel legend. Colt’s patent stamped on left side of frame. The number “2” is stamped on left trigger bow. Matching serial number on barrel, frame, cylinder, loading lever, trigger guard, and backstrap. Cylinder has traces of Naval scene. Original nipples. Wedge is a replacement. One piece walnut grips are very good with no cracks. Most of the screws show some degree of marring. Wedge is loose and undersized. Cylinder indexes. Strong bore with minor abrasion. Metal is all smooth gun metal grey. Clean, honest, all matching example of a standard Navy. 700.00 - 1,200.00

565 - (A) COLT .41 NEW ARMY-NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 13967. 4-1/2” barrel in .41 LC caliber. Manufactured in 1894. This is a very early civilian model commercial Colt six shot, double action referred to as the Model 1892. It is chambered for the desirable .41 caliber. Revolver sports a near mint pair of black composite Colt grips that have the 1892 date in the circular panels with pony and arrows. These early models also features the Nitre blue trigger, top/back hammer, and screws. Still retains 90%+ of that finish. This gun remains in excellent all original condition and overall retains approximately 85-90% of the original high polish finish, with the exception of the grip straps that have turned a blue-grey patina, along with usual high edge frame wear, light muzzle wear, high edge cylinder wear, and light drag line. Perfect action. Near mint bore. Comes in a period flower-tooled Heiser holster. 700.00 - 1,200.00

566 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 30558. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Manufactured in 1862. Standard Model 1860 Army, six shot, single action with brass trigger guard, iron backstrap, and one piece walnut grips. This revolver is cut for shoulder stock. All matching numbers including wedge. Wood grips are very good with numerous dents and are slightly shrunk with added varnish. Cylinder has no visible scene. Brass is untouched. Metal surfaces are a mix of blue-brown patina with some added wipe-on finish. Legends are sharp. Indexes fine. Strong clean barrel. 700.00 - 1,200.00

567 - (A) ENGRAVED TRANTER DOUBLE - ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 58690. 3-3/8” barrel with a .36 bore measurement. This fine double action British pocket revolver was made for a self contained cartridge, most likely the .380 British round. It is a five shot, double action. Indexes perfectly in both modes. Features an octagon barrel and exhibits nearly full coverage engraving. The finish is basically a gun metal grey. This revolver is missing the loading gate and the ejector rod head. It sports a pair of period checkered ivory grips that exhibits some chipping and are made of one piece with an engraved buttplate. Has a strong, pronounced rifled bore. With the addition of the missing parts, this will be a fine, early English, deluxe, engraved pocket revolver. 400.00 - 700.00

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568 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1858 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 37683. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. This is a U.S. military issue, very popular during the Civil War. It features full octagon barrel, six shot, double action, percussion, blue finish, two piece walnut grips, and brass trigger guard. The military cartouche is visible on left panel but not readable. Flashes of original blue on frame, otherwise gun is a smooth, rich chocolate brown. Government inspectors marks can be found on barrel, frame, and cylinder. Indexes perfectly. Strong clean bore. Typical hammer marks near loading lever spring. Varnish loss to grips. Nice overall clean example of a popular Civil War big bore revolver. 700.00 - 1,200.00

569 - (A) PAIR OF WHEELLOCK PISTOLS MADE FOR EXPORT. NSN. Round 12-3/8”, .50 caliber smoothbore barrels with decorated ring applied near centers of barrels and engraved rings on each side of small brass front sights. Stylized wheel lock actions with serrations on edges of springs. Steel triggers; steel trigger guards and steel ramrod ferrules. Wooden stocks with grips terminating in carved dog heads and inlaid profusely with mother of pearl circles. Bamboo ramrods and bone nose caps. Probably made for the tourist trade late 19th century or early 20th century. Very good condition with even dark brown patina on barrels, locks and furniture. Stocks are very good with chipping to some inlays, one lock with replaced cock spring. 700.00 - 1,200.00

570 - (A) S&W MODEL NO. 2 OLD MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 11693. 6” barrel in .32 rimfire long caliber. Features blued finish, six shot, tip-up, non-fluted cylinder, octagon barrel with rib, spur trigger, and rosewood square butt profile grips. Beautiful dark grips in excellent condition. Frame retains approximately 70% original high polish factory blue finish. Traces of color on hammer. Cylinder is a dull blue-brown patina. Barrel is a smooth patina with sharp legends. Still retains some high polish blue in flutes. Strong hinge. Indexes perfectly. Strong bore. These revolvers were manufactured 1861 to 1874. 700.00 - 1,200.00

571 - (A) COLT S.A. ARMY REVOLVER .44 RIMFIRE. Serial No. 488. Barrel length 4-3/4”. This early Colt has the single line barrel address, two line address on black powder frame, six shot, single action, blue and case color finish with one piece walnut grips. Gun has been re-blued and cased over the original pitting. Early donut hole ejector head, grips are refinished. Three clicks but cylinder indexes properly, very good bore with black power abrasion. This revolver dates to 1874. Given the early serial range it would be a great candidate for a restoration. Matching numbers on frame, backstrap, trigger guard and cylinder. Barrel was shortened. Very scarce. 700.00 - 1,500.00

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573 - (A) BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY PISTOL. NSN. Round 10” steel barrel marked “DAVIDSON 1790” and the East India Company divided heart with a “4” above in center, left side near breech stamped with British military proof marks including two crossed scepters, a crown over “4” and “AD” for maker Davidson. High quality flintlock with roller frizzen, thumb safety behind cock and waterproof pan. Beveled lock plate signed “D. Egg” for well-known and quality maker Durs Egg (1745-1831). Partially figured walnut stock with cane grip with flat panels on each side surrounded by checkering. Engraved steel trigger guard, ramrod ferrules and butt cap. Good condition with spotted grey patina on all steel surfaces. Stock with scattered marks from use, some wear to checkering, small chips above rear lock plate tang, and a crack on right side towards muzzle. 800.00 - 1,200.00 574 - (A) SILVER INLAID MIDDLE EASTERN PERCUSSION PISTOL. NSN. Two stage 8-1/8” barrel with swamped muzzle with several sets of rings dividing barrel sections; finely-executed silver inlays of eastern motifs on each face of octagonal section and across top of barrel. .47 caliber smoothbore. Hand-forged percussion boxlock action, round steel trigger guard and large trigger. Wooden grip displays silver and brass wire-inlaid floral scenes with inlaid borders, along with scroll inlays, fluted steel butt cap with deep flutes and lanyard ring. 800.00 - 1,200.00

575 - (A) SILVER MOUNTED OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Tapered 14-1/2” round barrel with chiseled rib on top in .66 caliber smoothbore. Barrel fastened by silver band on forend engraved with relief florals and large silver band around muzzle with relief patterns and floral scrolls, faux silver ramrod. Banana lock with finely-engraved patterns. Full stock with some repairs is profusely inlaid with silver wire in scroll patterns. Heavy silver side plate with relief military motifs including cannons, drums, and flags. Silver butt cap, trigger guard and wrist escutcheon engraved en suite. Very nice example of an Ottoman flintlock. Some areas with absent wire inlay and some losses to stock. Steel surfaces cleaned and bright, some scattered light pitting. 800.00 - 1,200.00

576 - (A) MIB S&W MODEL 1-1/2 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 51210. 3” barrel in .32 S&W caliber. These revolvers were manufactured from 1878 to 1892. It is a top break, five shot, single action, nickel finish, fire blue barrel latch, spur trigger, and fancy checkered logo composite grips. This revolver has never been fired. Cylinder face is mint. Strong colors on hammer. Mint grips. Fire blue extractor. Light cylinder line. No flaking or bubbling of any kind. Retains 99.8% original factory nickel. Mint bore. Perfect action. Comes in a green period correct box with proper end label and original cleaning brush. It would be nearly impossible to find another 19th century Smith & Wesson in better condition. Box has tape repairs but is complete. 800.00 - 1,200.00

577 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1842 ASTON PISTOL. NSN. 8-1/2” barrel in .45 percussion smooth bore. Manufactured 1845 to 1852. Standard U.S. issue Military single shot smooth bore pistol dated 1847. Plate is stamped “U.S. H.ASTON” Manufactured in Middletown, Connecticut. Has full round barrel, swivel rod, single brass barrel band, small front sight blade, brass trigger guard, back strap and pommel, brass side plate. This pistol is 100% all original as issued. Barrel lock and hammer are silver grey patina with scattered salt and pepper finish. Brass is untouched and is dark patina. Walnut stock is excellent with small quarter inch hairline at left side plate. Sharp legends, fine action, very good bore, lovely attic find condition early U.S. Militia. 800.00 - 1,400.00

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578 - (A) LONDON FLINTLOCK BOOT PISTOL & PIPE TOMAHAWK. NSN. 1-1/8” barrel in .41 bore. Offered is a fine London marked and inspected center hammer, flintlock, single shot, folding trigger boot pistol with the removable barrel and top tang safety. It is constructed with the single piece walnut bag handle with nickel ID plaque on back (engraved W.P.). Frame is lightly engraved. Features the flintlock action with the centered hammer. Pistol is a smooth bore. All original including flintlock. Metal is a grey patina with fine engraving on frame. Original walnut stocks are excellent and well fitting with no cracks. The trigger falls when hammer is cocked and is in perfect working condition. Screw-on barrel is not rifled. Very fine, all original mid-18th century flintlock boot pistol. The pipe tomahawk is a more contemporary piece but extremely well-executed. The iron head has some light engraving. Wood staff is decorated with copper bands and metal brads. Partial leather wrap. Bone tip and horse hair decoration. the head is dark patina with some light pitting. 800.00 - 1,400.00 579 - (A) SCARCE M&H FOURTH MODEL RUSSIAN .44 REVOLVER. Serial No. 9780. 3-1/4” barrel in .44 Russian caliber. Manufactured by Merwin & Hulbert of Hopkins & Allen in the 1880’s. This is the late Fourth Model with the solid barrel rib. It is often referred to as the Pocket Army as it sports the birds head skull crusher butt with black composite grips. Left side of frame has the rare Russian model stamp, indicating the .44 Russian caliber. It is a six shot, double action, folding hammer, factory nickel finish. All original and tight. Cylinder indexes perfectly single action but trigger return spring is weak. Gun is basically a grey-brown patina with approximately 30-40% factory nickel. Sharp legends. Grips are excellent. Proud rifling with usual black powder residue. Matching serial number on frame, barrel, cylinder. Nice honesty and scarce large bore pocket revolver. Popular with both lawmen and outlaws alike. 800.00 - 1,400.00

580 - (A) US REMINGTON MODEL 1858 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 1670. Cal. .36 percussion, barrel length 7-1/2”. Features: Full octagon barrel with sharp legions, dove tail bead front sight, six shot, single action, non fluted percussion cylinder with all original nipples. Brass trigger guard and two piece walnut grips. Brass has not been cleaned with initials “MH” scratched in the bottom of the trigger guard. Initials “RM” scratched in right grip. Military cartouche on left grip panel. Numerous military inspector marks on barrel, frame and cylinder. All metal is a brown patina with some minor dents. Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong clean bore. Nice clean example of popular Civil War Navy revolver. 800.00 - 1,500.00

581 - (A) MANHATTAN KITTREDGE MARKED NAVY TYPE REVOLVER. Serial No. 41259. .36 percussion caliber with a 6-1/2” barrel. This is a Series Three manufactured in Newark 1859 to 1868. This revolver has all matching numbers including wedge. It is a five shot, single action, percussion, with ten cylinder notches, etched cylinder, full octagon barrel with Manhattan Co. stamp on top. Cylinder still retains majority of the panel scenes with 1859 date. Cylinder is numbered. Left side of barrel flat stamped “B. Kittredge & Co. Cin. O.”. Markings are sharp. Barrel has traces of the original blue in recesses. Cylinder is a soft grey patina. Frame colors have silvered out. Has a brass backstrap and trigger guard with traces of plating. Original one-piece walnut grips are very good. Small stress crack on right and left panel. Very good strong bore. Cylinder indexes correctly but hammer is missing last notch. Alignment is perfect. Comes in an original era flap holster with an original belt that is broken. Has an original small U.S. brass buckle. A third of the stitching of holster has rotted on back. Overall, a nice, clean, as found Manhattan that bears the rare dealer retail markings. 800.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 583

582 - (A) BOXED UNFIRED COLT OPEN TOP POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 92614. Caliber .22 RF, Barrel Length 2-1/2”. Manufactured 1876 Offered is a fine condition near mint, pocket revolver. Features factory nickel finish over brass frame, spur trigger, walnut birds head grips, seven shot, single action, with fire blue screws. Factory legends are as new. Screws and hammer still retain fire blue finish. Barrel retains 99% original factory nickel. Cylinder retains 95% nickel with minor flakes. No signs of cylinder burn. Frame has 90% original factory nickel. Small areas of wear. Mint bore, perfect action. This revolver comes in its rare original paste board box which is complete with an excellent label. All original, rebuilt and shrink wrapped due to its fragile nature. A lovely 1870’s boxed Colt. 800.00 - 1,600.00

583 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 176744. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. This Colt 1860 Army single action revolver was manufactured in 1868. It is standard in all respects with blued barrel, blue rebated cylinder with naval scene, blue back strap, brass trigger guard, one piece walnut grips. This is a post-war civilian model not cut for shoulder stock. All metal surfaces (except the brass trigger guard) are a smooth chocolate brown patina. Partial cylinder scene is visible. Sharp legends. All matching numbers except wedge is not numbered. Grips are very good to excellent with much original finish. Traces of color on hammer. Action locks up, indexes perfectly, strong rifling with black powder abrasions. Clean, all original attic condition civilian Colt model 1860. 900.00 - 1,200.00 584 - 7(C) CASED REMINGTON OVER/UNDER DERINGER. Serial No. 84. Caliber .41 rimfire, barrel length 3”. This is referred to as the Model 95 Double Deringer, produced from 1866 to 1935. This is a Type II, Model 3, manufactured from 1888 to 1911. Features full factory nickel finish, checkered composite grips and case colored hammer. This example has a strong hinge and perfect action, with strong rifling and usual powder abrasions. Pistol retains approximately 20-30% nickel finish, balance is a gun metal grey with age spotting. Grips are excellent. Comes in a wooden display box with green felt lining. Accompanied by a small pearl handle dirk with leather scabbard. Seven 1880 cigarette cards of actors, full box of US cartridges in .41 short rimfire, and an old match safe with 19th century actress in the oval. Lovely early gamblers box. 900.00 - 1,500.00

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585 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1875 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. 7-1/2” barrel in .44 caliber. The Remington Model 1875 single action revolver was introduced to compete with the Colt Single Action Army. Manufactured 1875 to 1889. It was available in three calibers; the .44 Remington, the .44-40, and the rare .45 Colt. This example is chambered for the .44 Remington and would also fire the .44 Russian. This is an early model with the post front sight and lanyard ring. Sharp barrel legend. Gun retains approximately 98% of the reapplied nickel finish. Muzzle is slightly rounded. Has fibrous ivory-type stocks. Fine, tight action. Visible rifling with typical black powder abrasion. Comes in a vintage Indian beadwork fringe holster with brass studs and beaded design. Handsome Western rig. Revolver is most noted for its use by noted outlaw Frank James. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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586 - (A) MERWIN HULBERT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 18418. 3-1/4” barrel in caliber .44-40. This is referred to as a 3rd Model. It is the large frame, double action, six shot with top strap and fluted cylinder. This is the short barrel version with the fixed hammer. Other features include factory nickel finish with period ivory grips and lanyard ring. The Merwin was an interesting large frame revolver for its time, as it came with interchangeable barrels and two grip styles. This is a square butt. Very colorful and popular Western revolver features approximately 60-70% original factory nickel with the balance gun metal grey with usual age spotting. Double action works fine. Does not work single action. Strong rifled bore. Aged grips are excellent. Nice example of a mid-1880’s big bore large frame revolver. This revolver comes in a VL&A period double loop holster. Great western look. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 587

587 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1819 SIMEON NORTH FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. .54 caliber with a 10” barrel. Manufactured for the United States government in Middletown, Connecticut 1819 to 1823. This pistol is dated 1821 and is standard in all respects. Barrel is U.S.P. inspected. Lock is stamped “S. North” with American eagle and shield, and “MIDLTN CONN.”. Has the inspector marking present on left side of stock. Barrel is stamped “J.D.J.”. The frizzen spring is a replacement, otherwise this pistol is all original as issued. Metal is a grey-brown patina with age spotting. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks. Clean smooth bore. Fine action. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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588 - (A) LOT OF 5: U.S. MILITARY PISTOLS. NSN. Comprising: Gun A) Model 1842 Aston pistol in poor condition, many parts missing. Gun B) A S. North martial pistol dated 1828 on lock in poor condition and missing several main components. Gun C) A flintlock Johnson pistol dated 1838 in good condition but missing cock screw, ramrod tip and rear lock screw, some parts refinished. Gun D) Model 1816 S. North martial pistol in poor condition. Original flint cock. Missing many screws and lock components, some parts replaced. Gun E) Transitional Model 1813 pistol by S. North. Poor condition with rough stock and many screws missing. 1,100.00 - 1,400.00

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589 - (A) COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 100219. Cal .44 percussion, barrel length 8”. Manufactured in 1863, often referred to the Gettysburg model due to the extensive use in that battle, having been made the same year. This is a US Military inspected revolver, cut for a shoulder stock. Numerous inspector marks on barrel, backstrap, grip strap and cylinder. Razor sharp barrel address. Muzzle rounded from holster wear. 90% navel cylinder scene on rebated cylinder. Brass trigger guard, iron backstrap, one piece smooth walnut grips with visible but not readable cartouche on both panels. All metal is smooth brown patina. Revolver has all matching numbers. Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong rifle bore with typical black powered abrasion. Far better than average mid war, 1860 Colt military inspected Civil War revolver. 1,200.00 - 1,500.00 590 - (A) COLT (1ST GEN.) SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 61709. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1880. The gun was expertly restored/converted and now sports a later Colt’s single action Army .45 marked barrel, replaced cylinder does not have a serial number but does have the beveled edges. Matching serial number on frame, trigger guard and back strap. Early black powder, screw in frame. Frame has three line patent date and retains 90% of the expertly reapplied case colors with sharp legends. Barrel retains approximately 95% original blue, the ejector rod housing retains 95% of the reapplied finish. Donut ejector rod head. Cylinder retains approximately 90% original blue (replaced). Has the Colt black eagle replacement grips that are near mint but not perfectly fitted. Back strap and trigger guard retain 90% reapplied finish. Action is tight as new, near mint bore. Extremely handsome as refinished/rebuilt antique single action Army. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00 591 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Serial No. 92155. 8” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. This martially marked Colt 1860 Army single action revolver was manufactured in 1863. It is standard in all respects with blued barrel, blue rebated cylinder with naval scene, blue back strap, brass trigger guard, and one piece walnut grips with inspector stamp on left side. All matching numbers except wedge which is not numbered. Inspector stamp “W” on top of grip strap and bottom of trigger guard, “F” on barrel, and “FC” on cylinder. Cylinder has a fine scene. Barrel retains approximately 30% of factory blue mixing with patina and age spotting. Cylinder has fine blue in rebated area. Back strap is a blue-brown patina. Brass is untouched. Some fine blue still on the screws. Traces of case colors on hammer and frame. Original grips are excellent with a fairly strong cartouche. Action and lock up are perfect. Strong clean bore. This revolver is cut for shoulder stock. Overall a very fine, all original condition, mid-Civil War .44 revolver. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 592 - (A) RARE LEFAUCHEUX 20 SHOT PINFIRE REVOLVER. Serial No. 296. 4-7/8” barrel with a 7mm bore diameter. Top of the barrel on this revolver is stamped “Lefouncheuse (Paris)”. This is the first of this type that we have seen. Cylinder has ten outer chambers and ten inner chambers with an over-under twin barrel. A total of 20 shots, ten each for upper and lower barrel. It is a double action folding trigger with factory nickel finish, walnut handles, and a lanyard ring. The barrel retains approximately 20% original factory nickel with strong barrel legend. Frame and hammer retain approximately 10% original nickel, as does trigger. Balance of metal is a smooth chocolate brown. Seems to index perfectly and when trigger is pulled, it lines up on alternate upper and lower chambers. Strong rifled bores. Grips are very good to excellent. A similar 20 shot can be found on page 260 in the book “System Lefaucheux” by Chris Curtis, but we can find no images of any double barrel 20 shot. An extremely rare and unusual 19th century high capacity revolver. These 20 shot revolvers are documented as being used during the Civil War, mostly on the side of the Southern states. The machining and design on these hefty 20 shot revolvers is amazing and seldom seen. 1,400.00 - 2,500.00

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593 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER W/ RIG. Serial No. 14649. Barrel length is 7-1/2”, caliber is .45 long Colt. Revolver was manufactured in 1885. Features factory nickel finish, six shot, double action with Colt checkered black composite logo grips with lanyard ring. Strong top barrel legend, caliber stamp on left front trigger bow, original grips fit perfectly, near mint, still blue on screw. Revolver retains approximately 20%-30% original nickel finish with balance is a smooth patina. Back of hammer still has fire blue, action is perfect, strong clean bore. Revolver comes in a period Slim Jim holster with matching .45 caliber cartridge belt with California clip point buckle and some original period .45 Long Colt caliber cartridges. Holster and belt are very good to excellent condition with some age cracking on loops from dryness. Overall extremely handsome mid 1880’s Cowboy rig. 1,400.00 - 2,800.00 LOT - 593

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594 - (A) COLT S.A.A. ANTIQUE 1883 REVOLVER. Serial No. 87261. 5-1/2” in .44-40 WCF caliber. Revolver was manufactured in 1883 and has matching numbers on frame, trigger guard, and back strap. All metal is a brown patina. Original period walnut one piece grips show wear with small repair at right bottom toe. Cylinder indexes fine. Strong clean bore. This is an interesting old cowboy gun in that it has a 5-1/2” barrel but wears the two line barrel address usually reserved for 4-3/4”. The only explanation for this is an error. Factory letter indicates a blued revolver in .44-40 caliber sent to E.C. Meacham Arms Co., St. Louis February 7th, 1883 in a 50 gun shipment. Barrel length and stocks not listed, which usually meant 7-1/2” barrel and one piece walnut grips during this era. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00 595 - (A) FRENCH MODEL 1813 MILITARY FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Barrel is 7-7/8”. Bore is .69 smooth bore. Manufactured at ‘de SaintÉtienne’. This pistol is marked at the model year XIII. It is a cavalry model popular in the Napoleonic wars. Barrel is stamped RC 1811. Top is stamped “MLE AN13”. Brass for-end cap stamped “2” with “H” inspector mark. The “H” inspector mark can be found on side plate, trigger guard, grip strap and pommel. Barrel is a mix of blue-brown patina. Has a period ramrod, brass trimmings with iron hardware. All original. Excellent condition. Wood has a few minor marks and is stamped “16” on left side. Far above average example of this rare French military pistol. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

596 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 ETCHED PANEL 44 W/ PERIOD RIG. Serial No. 19746. Caliber is .44-40 W.C.F., barrel length is 5-1/2”. This revolver was manufactured in 1897. Features the scarce Colt etched left panel which is still highly visible. “.44 cal.” stamped on left side front trigger bow, has a perfect one lined barrel address. There are flashes of brilliant blue on forward of frame, otherwise basically a smooth gun metal grey. This revolver sports the rare checkered rosewood grips. Right grip has two small initials “G.A.” Left grip panel has 11 kill notches that are period to the gun. Action is perfect, strong clean bore. It has the lanyard stud, but no ring. Comes in a period single loop holster with decorative tack pattern. The old cartridge belt has iron California clip point buckle. Clean honest example of an etched panel in rare barrel length. The holster has some splitting, busted threads at throat. Cartridge belt has some dryness. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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597 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 REVOLVER. Serial No. 17186. 6-1/2” barrel in .44 Russian caliber. These streamlined single action top breaks were very popular when introduced. This revolver features six shot single action blue finish, case colored trigger guard and hammer with checkered walnut grips. Revolver still retains approximately 20% of the brilliant high polish blue with the balance gun soft brown patina, walnut grips are excellent, lock up is perfect, strong clean rifled bore. Factory letter confirms all of the above and notes that this revolver was shipped on August 18, 1887 and delivered to Takata and Company, Yokohama, Japan. Agents for the Japanese Govt. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

598 - (A) S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 TARGET REVOLVER. Serial No. 590. 6-1/2” barrel in .38-44 caliber. These target revolvers were a favorite of noted 19th century shooter Ira Pain who helped Smith & Wesson design the special .32 and .38 cartridge based on the standard 44 frame. It features six shot, single action, Patridge front sight, slotted rear sight, case colored hammer, and Smith & Wesson black composite grips. This revolver remains in excellent condition. Retains approximately 85% original nickel with the balance blending to gun metal grey. Areas have been cleaned to blend with nickel finish. Grips are excellent with no cracks. Index lock up is perfect. Strong rifled bore with minor black powder abrasion. The Smith & Wesson factory letter confirms all of the above and confirms delivery on September 14, 1888 to M.W. Robinson Seal., New York City. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

599 - (A) ENGLISH BRASS BARRELED FLINTLOCK PISTOL. NSN. Round 9” brass barrel marked “BRISTOL” near breech with three Birmingham proof marks on left side of breech, which is engraved with a border. .57 caliber smoothbore. Engraved steel barrel tang. Flat steel flintlock with engraved borders around lock plate, cock has engraved florals and lined border; lock plate signed “WILLIAM HOL-“, with signature partially covered by frizzen spring. Plain walnut stock with brass furniture and steel ramrod. Trigger guard with daisy engraved on bow and terminating with engraved pineapple finial; engraved lock screws surrounded by thin brass circle inlays. Very good with brass retaining some varnish coating and darker in exposed areas. Stock with cracks on around forend above center ramrod ferrule. 700.00 - 1,000.00

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600 - (A) DELUXE MARLIN MODEL 1881 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 18688. 28” barrel in .38-55 caliber. This deluxe rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, original sporting front and rear sight, checkered walnut forend, and checkered pistol grip walnut stock with rifle butt. Stocks are very good, proud to metal, not cracked, some varnish loss and wear to checkering. Frame is a gun metal grey with some minor age freckling. Barrel exhibits sharp legends. Retains approximately 60% original blue with some age freckling and high edge wear on barrel flats. Tube is a grey-brown patina with freckling. Fine action. Strong rifled bore. Nice, clean, honest, untouched rifle that needs a trigger as this one has had the tip broken off. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 601 601 - (A) A COMPOSITE MUSKET WITH BRITISH PARTS. NSN. Round 39” barrel with British military proofs on left side near breech in .79 caliber smoothbore. Contemporary handmade unusual flintlock action. Brass “India” pattern furniture, except replaced side plate. Walnut stock with two crowns for British inspection marks located behind trigger guard, replaced steel ramrod of unusual style. Bayonet with triangular blade and shortened socket, stamped “57”. Barrel with grey patina, some dark spots and scattered pitting, especially near reconverted breech. Contemporary lock with applied patina. Stock altered to fit larger lock and side plate, sanded on both sides, hole for sling swivel on forend filled with imitation wood and brass with mellow patina. Bayonet with heavy patina overall. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 602 602 - (A) COMPOSITE SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CADET MUSKET. Serial No. 5568. Round 32-5/8” barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “V P” on top, forward of breech block, .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug-type sight, rear sight 1873 early type. Breech block marked “MODEL 1873 (eagle’s head) US”. Lock plate marked “US 1884” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Steel furniture. Walnut stock. Fair condition, steel components worn, now with brown patina and pitting overall, markings worn, hammer replaced. Stock with scattered marks from use and large restored section on left side of wrist. Missing steel cleaning rod. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 603 603 - (A) PERCUSSION COLT MODEL 1861 SPECIAL MUSKET. NSN. Round 40” barrel marked at breech “1863 VP (eagle’s head) STEEL”, in .58 caliber. Front bayonet lug sight and rear sight with two leaves. Percussion lock with eagle on bolster, marked “U.S. COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT.” in center and “1863” on tail. Steel furniture with sling swivels, steel nose cap and butt plate. Tang stamped “US”. Walnut stock with two cartouches behind rear lock screw on left side of stock. It is estimated that 75,000 were produced between 1861 and 1865 with many being sold on the civilian market and to state militias. Good condition. Steel components with pitted brown patina overall, markings good. Ramrod replaced, missing trigger guard screws and hammer screw. Stock very good with scattered marks from use. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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604 - (A) SPL. ORDER WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 246651B. .38-40 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1887. This fine Winchester was special ordered with round barrel and button magazine. Front sight is a period globe front sight, rear sight is a Winchester sporting model. Barrel finish is a mix of brown-grey patina. Left and right side of frame retain approximately 70% original factory blue with high edge wear. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with only a couple of minor dings. Fine action. Strong rifled bore (bore does have a ring 6” from muzzle). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 605 605 - (A) WHITNEY-VILLE U.S. MODEL 1863 MUSKET. Serial No. 7396. Round 34” barrel, steel front sight and large side mounted bayonet lug; .69 caliber rifled bore; marked at breech “1863 VP (with Eagle’s head) F.C.W.”, numbered 7396 on tang. Unique long range leaf type rear sight to 1,000 yards. Second type lock with small eagle motif over “U.S.” forward of hammer and marked “WHITNEY-VILLE” and date “1864” stamped at tail, vertically. Black walnut stock with oil finish, steel mounted with “US” stamped on butt plate tang, trigger guard with spur on rear tang. Encircled “FCW” cartouche behind rear lock screw and large “J.R.” professionally carved into left side of buttstock, steel ramrod. Good condition, barrel with brown patina, lightly pitted overall, excellent markings. Lock good, hammer and bolster pitted, markings excellent, brown patina. Stock good, scattered dents, scratches, and marks from use. Furniture dark brown or grey and pitted overall with scattered marks. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 606 606 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 167563A. 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF. This standard rifle was manufactured in 1884. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stock, rifle buttplate. All metal surfaces are a pleasing soft brown patina. There are some wrench marks at breech of barrel. Dust cover screw is marred. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with usual dings. Left side of forearm does have two small chips. Perfect action. Visible rifling. 1,100.00 - 1,400.00

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607 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 96697A. 24” barrel in .44-40 WCF. This standard rifle was manufactured 1882 in the popular .44-40 caliber. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, sporting sights, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. Has sharp barrel legends. Barrel and tube are a smooth brown patina. Receiver is soft gun metal grey. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Barrel has visible rifling and was relined at one time. 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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608 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 265205B. 24” barrel in .44-40 WCF. This standard rifle was manufactured 1888 in the popular .44-40 caliber. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, sporting sights, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. Has sharp barrel legends. Barrel and tube are a smooth brown patina. Receiver has approximately 20% original factory blue with the balance a blue-brown patina. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks, just the usual abrasions and a small chip at toe. Includes four piece cleaning rod in butt. Very strong rifling with usual abrasions. 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 609 609 - (A) GERMAN PERCUSSION ENCLOSED LOCK RIFLE. NSN. Octagonal 29-1/4” barrel in .60 caliber rifled bore, marked behind rear sight with worn indistinct German maker’s signature, dovetailed brass front sight and ornamental rear sight. Enclosed percussion lock with unmarked plate, most likely a converted wheel lock mechanism. Full length walnut stock with incised carved borders and relief scrolls behind side plate, behind barrel tang, forward of trigger guard tang and around entry ferrule. Brass furniture includes finger grooved trigger guard, shaped side plate, pierced brass inlay on cheek piece, ramrod ferrules, and flat butt plate. Full length stock is missing nose cap and has had 1-3/4” addition onto butt, piece of wood added to fill the patch box and wood replaced on top of butt and comb, most likely at the time of conversion from wheel lock. Some damage to last 6” of the forend, with some losses to wood and cracks. Otherwise, stock has scattered marks from use. Metal with grey patina and scattered pitting, has been cleaned. Brass with mellow patina. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

LOT - 610 610 - (A) BRITISH MODEL 1853 CARBINE BY BARNETT. NSN. Round 23” blued steel barrel, marked “25” and “WD” under broad arrow and with other English proofs. Bayonet stud/sight at muzzle and rear sight with 200 and 300 yard leaves. .577 caliber rifled barrel. Casehardened percussion lock marked “BARNETT/LONDON”. Full-length varnished walnut stock stamped “BARNETT/GUNMAKERS/LONDON” into right side of buttstock in oval and stamped behind trigger guard tang with two crown over “1” proofs. Features: sling swivels, standard brass furniture, blued steel barrel bands and steel ramrod. Many of this pattern carbines were shipped from England to the south during the Civil War. This particular example is most likely unissued, as it is near mint with a mint, shiny bore. Retains 100% blue finish on steel surfaces, some light spotting. Lock excellent, hammer has turned mostly brown with traces of case colors on bottom portion. Stock excellent with only a few very minor storage marks; brass unpolished. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 611 611 - (A) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Serial No. 546273. Round 32-5/8” barrel secured by two steel barrel bands and marked with “VP (eagle’s head) P” and “A” on top, forward of breech block, .45-70 caliber rifled bore. Front bayonet lug-type sight, rear sight 1884 Buffington type. Sliding ramrod-bayonet. Casehardened tang and breech block marked “US MODEL 1884”. Lock plate marked “U.S. SPRINGFIELD” and stamped with eagle motif forward of hammer. Blued steel furniture, butt plate marked “US” on tang and has trap and compartment in butt for tools. Highly figured walnut stock with deep, angled-corner cartouche dated “1892”. Stamped behind trigger guard tang with encircled stylized “P”. Excellent condition, probably unissued. Retains about 95% blue overall, some areas thinning and some wear and spotting on trigger guard bow and rear barrel band. Stock excellent with deep cartouche, a few minor storage marks. Bore is bright and excellent. A total of 65,000 were made between 1889 and 1893. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 612 612 - (A) FULL STOCK PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE BY MOLL. NSN. Octagonal 40” barrel in a .48 caliber smoothbore. Both dovetailed front blade sight and notched rear sight have set of two engraved lines in front and behind. Top flat of barrel signed “MOLL” in block letters. Barrel fastened with brass screws on one side and handmade brass washers on opposite side. Possibly made by either Peter Moll from Hellertown or Nathan Moll, who moved west but worked in the business, made around 1840. Percussion lock stamped with two birds, foliage and “WARRANTED”. Four-piece pierced patch box engraved on lid with encircled star surrounded by foliage and rocker –panel engraved borders. Engraved German silver star wrist escutcheon with screw in center. Left side of buttstock inlaid with a German silver engraved deer above cheek piece and engraved dog inlay behind cheek piece. Brass buttplate, trigger guard, ramrod ferrules,open brass nose cap, unique and small “winged” sideplate, and engraved toe plate. Very good condition. Barrel and lock with some pitting around breech and scattered dark spots. Stock excellent, as refinished, brass polished. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

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LOT - 613 613 - (A) AN ENGLISH FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS. NSN. Two-stage 14-1/2” unmarked brass cannon barrel. Flat reconverted lock with familiar engraving and indistinctly signed, cock and all lock components replaced. Walnut stock with brass furniture, trigger guard with engraved daisy on bow and acorn finial. Engraved butt plate and lock screws, surrounded by thin brass inlaid ovals. Wooden ramrod with brass tip. Brass has dark patina overall, breech area darkened when reconverted. Lock has an even brown patina, cleaned slightly around signature. Stock with scattered marks from use and 4” x 1/2” area forward of lock with filled repair. 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

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614 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1881 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 5764. .40-60 caliber with a 28” barrel. Manufactured 1881 to 1892. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, replaced sporting front sight, original sporting rear, walnut stocks, and curved steel buttplate. All metal surfaces are a clean soft brown patina. Walnut stocks are original with original finish, proud to metal, with no cracks, just usual wear. Perfect action. Strong clean bore. This is a lovely example of what an attic-found untouched honest gun should look like. 1,200.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 615 615 - (A) SPENCER SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 34876. 22” barrel in .52 rimfire caliber. One of the most popular Civil War carbines. This is a Civil War Model made 1863 to 1865. These repeating carbines are fed through a magazine tube in the butt. Other features include full round barrel, post front sight, carbine ladder folding rear sight, single band, saddle ring and bar, lever action, walnut stock, steel carbine buttplate, and rear sling swivel. Stock is in excellent condition with no cracks, only a few minor marks of any kind. Matching serial numbers. All metal is a soft grey patina with some brown age freckling. Perfect action. Strong six-groove rifled bore. Far above average example of this popular Civil War carbine. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

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616 - (A) CHARLES LANCASTER LSA ENFIELD SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 1690. 24-1/2” barrel in .303 British caliber. Often referred to as the Lee Speedloader, this is an exquisite hand built sporting rifle sold to officers of the British Army at the turn of the century through various outlets. These were popular in Africa and India. Officers who purchased their own rifles were very fond of these quality bolt action sporting rifles as they used the same ammunition as the standard British Enfield military rifle. This rifle features high flat ramp front sight with wind-drift front. Rear sight is a combination of African/military that features a fixed rear blade, two folding rear blades, and one long range military ladder style sight. The forward bridge has light engraving. The dust cover has border engraving as well as stamped “Charles Lancaster. 151 New Bond St of London”, a very popular well-known retailer at the time. Has the standard two-piece stock with higher grade walnut and checkered pistol grip with cap. Smooth steel buttplate, sling eye, and a nickel owner’s plaque at base. The forend features the same lovely wood, finely checkered with black forend tip. The full round barrel has a sling eye. Barrel retains approximately 80-85% original blue, starting to thin and turn in areas. Floorplate and trigger guard are engraved, as are bottom screws, and retain 40% original finish. Wrist band is lightly engraved. Frame retains 80% original bluing, all the high edges and slide shroud are a dark grey-brown patina. Pistol grip has plate. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with sharp checkering. Strong clean bore and perfect action. Extremely fine condition, retailer marked, early 19th century BSA type rifle. Lovely early English sporting rifle. 1,400.00 - 2,400.00 204

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LOT - 617 617 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 220252. .44-40 caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1886. Standard Model 1873 large bore features 24” full octagon barrel, full magazine, standard Winchester sporting front and rear sights, blue finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. All metal surfaces are a dark blue brown patina with the exception of some thinning on sideplates. Wood is very good, proud to metal, with no cracks, but usual impressions. Action is fine. Strong rifling with usual minor black powder abrasion. Overall, a fine old classic Model 1873 in the desirable .44 caliber. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 618 618 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1863 SADDLE RING CARBINE CONV. Serial No. C19604. 22” barrel in .52 caliber. This is a typical converted carbine under the 1877 contract under the U.S. Government with the cam operated firing pin. This carbine is within 2000 numbers of an identical example pictured on page 177 in the book “Sharps Firearms” by Frank Sellers. These converted Sharps carbines are extremely historical due to the fact that most were used during the Civil War and subsequently reissued for the duration of the Indian Wars. This carbine remains in all original as converted condition and has seen very little use. The barrel retains approximately 90% of the dull original factory blue it also has the original Sharps Lawrence carbine military rear sight. Single barrel band, post front sight, walnut forend. Beautiful walnut butt stock in excellent to near mint condition with the visible DFC ( David Clark ) ribbon on left side of stock with a DH cartouche on left wrist that is perfect. Frame has nice traces of case colors. Several of the screws and spring still retain the majority of their fire nitre blue finish. Has a strong near mint bore and perfect action. Has original saddle ring bar and ring. Extremely fine example of Indian war Sharps carbine. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 619 619 - (A) A U.S. MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY WICKHAM. NSN. Round 42” barrel with bayonet stud near muzzle in .69 caliber. This is a fine example of a rare and historic Model 1816 Type III musket by rare Philadelphia, PA contractor M.T. Wickham. Wickham produced 8,450 total Model 1816 muskets and only 1,200 in 1831. Lock flat with beveled edges and tamped “US” above “M.T. WICKHAM” in a horizontal arc in center of lock, surface of lock plate rounded behind convex reinforced cock and marked on tail “PHILA/1831”, brass pan. Walnut stock is full length and has initials “MF” carved into right side of buttstock. Cartouche behind side plate, steel ramrod. Steel furniture typical of the Model 1816. Side plate stamped with small “S” and butt plate stamped “US” on top. Complete with Model 1816 bayonet stamped “US AW” near top of 16” blade. Very good condition, all steel components have been cleaned and retain bright surfaces with scattered dark spotting. Lock markings are good, original flintlock configuration. Stock excellent, scattered marks from use. Bayonet excellent markings, spotted dark brown patina. See pages 424 through 435 of American Military Shoulder Arms: Volume II by George D. Moller for information and similar examples. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 620 620 - (A) 2ND MODEL BRITISH BROWN BESS MUSKET. NSN. Round 42” pin-fastened barrel in .75 caliber. Regimental stamped deeply with two British proof marks in the center near breech and with “G” on left side, which is part of maker’s initials, bayonet stud towards muzzle. Tang marked “G/10”. Rounded lock plate, vertically marked “TOWER” at tail with double-line border and traces of large engraved crown over “GR” in center along with broad arrow inspection mark. Full-length walnut stock with relief carved beavertail around barrel tang, steel ramrod and sling swivels. Typical Short Land Pattern brass furniture, wrist escutcheon marked “G/10” and top of butt plate marked deeply with “XLI”. Lock reconverted, barrel and lock with brown patina and scattered pitting overall. Brass with mostly dark patina with some areas bright due to old varnish. Stock with traces of salmon paint, which has been removed, carving around tang worn, as stock has been sanded, last 12” of forend replaced. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 621 621 - (A) MODEL 1763 CHARLEVILLE MUSKET W/ CONVERSION. NSN. Round 44” barrel with bayonet, rectangular bayonet stud and traces of proofs still visible at breech in .69 caliber smoothbore. Flat lock plate stamped with “D” forward of hammer, converted using original flintlock cock with portion of a percussion hammer attached between the jaws where flint would have been. Typical steel Charleville furniture, three steel barrel bands, sling swivels missing. Partially figured full-length walnut stock marked with “D” inspection mark on left side of buttstock, steel ramrod. Dark brown patina overall with scattered areas of pitting and scattered marks from use on stock. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 622 622 - (A) FULL STOCK PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE. NSN. 43-3/8” octagon unmarked barrel in .43 caliber smoothbore. Flat reconverted flintlock with indistinct markings in center, double set triggers. Four-piece engraved brass patch box. Full cast brass side plate with beveled edges, silver “all seeing” Masonic eye above cheek piece on left side of buttstock and brass butt plate, trigger guard, ramrod ferrules, nose cap and butt plate. Silver shield on underside of forend behind entry ferrule. Full length figured maple stock, wooden ramrod. Fair to poor condition, barrel has dark patina and scattered pitting, lock missing a few screws, lock plate worn and tail has been filed and altered, reconverted. Stock refinished and has several cracks and repairs around wrist, scattered marks from use. Brass with mellow patina. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 623 623 - (A) SPECIAL ORDER WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 RIFLE. Serial No. 26399. 26” barrel in .45-60 caliber. Special order features include the half octagon barrel that is 2” short than standard. Legends are fine. Barrel and tube are a mix of blue-brown patina. Frame retains approximately 60% original blue finish mixing with patina. Color is evident on hammer. Walnut stocks are excellent., proud to metal, and are simply oiled. Rear sight and elevator are period replacements. Action is perfect. Very good bore with usual abrasions. Nice, clean, honest 1876. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 624 624 - (A) SCARCE GERMAN ENCLOSED LOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. NSN. Octagonal 32-1/2” swamped barrel in .66 caliber rifled bore marked with an indistinct German name on top flat, near breech. Ornate rear sight with leaf-shaped finial. Enclosed lock converted to percussion, with frizzen still left in place, brass cover finely engraved with scene of a castle with a fisherman removing a large catch from his line and a floating vessel of war. Front tang shaped and engraved with a detailed boar’s head. Walnut stock in the wheel lock form with relief scrolls behind barrel tang, forward of cheek piece, in front of trigger guard tang. Horn nose cap and replaced wooden ramrod with brass tip. Buttstock has a large pierced brass inlay on each side, brass butt plate, ornate trigger guard, shaped side plate, and ramrod ferrules. Very good condition, barrel and steel components have an even brown patina, brass furniture retains a mellow patina, stock with a 6” repair to the forend near the muzzle and a dime-sized hole on the left side of the buttstock. Some minor losses to forend along barrel and scattered marks from use. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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625 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 402432. 24” barrel in .32-20 caliber. This rifle was shipped on March 14th, 1892. Round barrel, .32 caliber with a plain trigger. Features a full magazine, original Winchester sporting front and rear sights, blued finish, case colored hammer and lever, and walnut stocks. The barrel and tube are a pleasing mix of blue and soft patina with sharp barrel legends. The sides of the frame retain approximately 70% of the brilliant high polish mirror factory blue with the balance blending to a soft grey patina. Excellent traces of case colors on hammer and lever. Walnut stocks are proud to metal with no cracks or chips, never refinished, with the usual minor scars. Action is tight. Strong rifled bore. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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626 - (A) SPENCER MODEL 1865 S.R.C. Serial No. 19541. 20” barrel in .50 caliber. Manufactured 1865-66. This Model has the desirable Stabler cut-off which would allow the tube fed magazine to be fired as a single shot rifle only, meant to conserve ammunition during a battle. Features blued barrel, single barrel band with sling swivel, saddle ring bar and ring, case colored frame, walnut stocks, and rear sling swivel. Rear sight is a spring loaded military folding ladder rear. Breech of barrel stamped “M1865”. Spencer address on receiver bridge. Left side of stock has the “E.C.W” and “D.A.P.” inspector cartouche. Final approval by the U.S. Government for the Stabler cut-off was approved in April 1865. This system was installed on 12,502 carbines. At some point after the war, this gun was resold overseas as it bears two foreign inspectors marks at breech and bridge. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina with some dried grease or varnish evident. The frame colors have turned a brown patina. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with perfect cartouche, and no cracks. Fine action. Strong, clean, near mint bore. A fine and scarce 1865 with desirable Stabler installation. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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627 - (C) W.W. GREENER LEE ENFIELD SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 45555. 28” barrel in .303 British caliber. Often referred to as the Lee Speedloader. This is an exquisite hand built sporting rifle sold to officers of the British Army at the turn of the century through various outlets. These were popular in Africa and India. Officers who purchased their own rifles were very fond of these quality bolt action sporting rifles as they used the same ammunition as the standard British Enfield military rifle. This rifle features a full length matted rib with dovetail front sight. Rear sight is a combination of express/military that features a fixed rear blade, two folding rear blades, and one long range military ladder style sight. Top of rib at breech is stamped “W.W. Greener 68 Haymarket London”. The forward bridge has light engraving. The dust cover has light engraving. Has the standard two-piece stock with higher grade walnut and checkered pistol grip with cap. Smooth steel buttplate with trap, sling eye, horn forend tip, and light engraving on magazine and trigger guard. The forend features the same lovely wood, finely checkered. Barrel retains approximately 95% original blue. Floor plate and trigger guard are engraved and retain 85% original finish. Wrist band is lightly engraved. Frame retains 90% original bluing. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with sharp checkering. Strong clean bore and perfect action. Extremely fine condition, retailer marked, early 19th century BSA type rifle. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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628 - (A) ORIGINAL WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 S.R.C. Serial No. 51555. 20” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Manufactured in 1880. Offered is a fine, early, all original Model 1873 carbine in .44 caliber. Manufactured when the West was still Wild, it is standard in all respects and features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, post front sight, two leaf folding 1866 style rear sight, saddle ring and stud, walnut stocks, and carbine buttplate. This carbine has seen use. All metal is a grey-brown patina. Barrel legends are perfect. Loading gate still has some blue on it. Wood is very good with expected use. Forearm has a crack and is shy to frame with pommel wear. Buttstock is very good, no cracks, proud to metal at lower and upper tang. Action is perfect. Visible rifling with usual black powder residue. it is housed in an original 1870-80’s Browning Bros., Utah leather scabbard with original straps which is the first of these that we have seen from the original Browning Bros. gun shop in Ogden, Utah. Extremely handsome early Western Rig that has the “look”. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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629 - (A) FINE ALL ORIGINAL COLT LIGHTNING PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 79440. 26” barrel in .32-20 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1896. It is a standard rifle that retains lots of original condition. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, original sporting rear sight, and German nickel knife blade front sight. The two piece walnut forend is the border incision variation (not checkered). The straight grip walnut stock is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. The frame retains approximately 75-85% of the original high polish Colt factory blue while the screws retain generous amounts of their original Nitre high polish blue finish. The forend is also in excellent condition with no cracks. Barrel has razor sharp legends and edges, and retains approxinately 80% of the original Colt high polish blue finish. Tube is a mix of blue and soft brown patina. Action is perfect. Strong, clean, shiny bore. Far above average example of this medium frame pump action. 1,750.00 - 2,750.00

LOT - 630 630 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 S.R.C. Serial No. 356480B. 20” barrel in .38-40 WCF. This standard carbine was manufactured in 1890. Features full round barrel, full magazine, twin barrel bands, post front sight, carbine ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, and walnut stocks with carbine buttplate. All metal surfaces are a smooth brown patina. Loading gate still has some original blue. Original stocks are very good with usual dings but are still proud to metal having never been refinished. No cracks. Some one has carved left side of stock “August 12-’21” and right side “H.B. 1897”. Fine action. Very good rifled bore. Handsome old untouched carbine. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 631 631 - (A) EARLY FEDERAL PERIOD AMERICAN MUSKET. NSN. Possibly an early 1794 contract, as it has no markings. Two-stage 42” barrel, probably French with bayonet stud 1-1/2” from muzzle in .72 caliber smoothbore. Flat unmarked lock plate with beveled edges, reinforced cock. All internal lock components marked with two punched dots, however, lock has been reconverted. Unmarked steel furniture of the early U.S. military style, but somewhat heavier. Full length partially figured walnut stock is unmarked, steel ramrod. Seepages 126 through 132 of American Military Shoulder Arms: Volume II by George D. Moller, which states that many of the early 1794 Contract muskets were unmarked and unproofed, as they were made by many different makers and often used a variety of parts. Very good condition with steel surfaces showing dark brown patina with scattered spotting. Stock is very good with minor marks from use and a few small age cracks and one 6 inch crack from underside of forend to first barrel band. 1,800.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 632 632 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 TAKEDOWN L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 18767. .38-40 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1892. This rifle was manufactured during the first year of production for this model. It remains in strong all original condition and is in the scarce takedown variation. Features full octagon barrel; full magazine; Winchester sporting front and rear sights; blue finish; walnut stocks; rifle butt; case colored hammer, lever, and buttplate. Barrel has razor sharp edges and legends and is a mix of blue-grey patina with some age spotting. The tube is a mix of blue and grey as well, with some areas of bright blue. Nose cap has silvered out, as has the buttplate. Frame retains approximately 60-70% of the original brilliant Winchester high polish blue finish with the balance gun metal grey. The sides of the lever and hammer retain generous amounts of case colors. Walnut stocks are near mint with beautiful grain, near all the original finish, is proud to metal, and just a few minor marks. Mirror bore and perfect action. A very scarce first year big bore takedown Model 1892. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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633 - (C) U.S. COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 320847. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. Manufactured in 1918. This pistol bears the Augusta Arsenal rebuild stamp on left side of frame. Has all original World War I period parts with the exception of a later style rear sight and replaced barrel. Pistol retains approximately 98% of the reapplied high polish blue finish with sharp legends, with the exception of some softening to the word “Property” on the left side of frame. Sports a mint set of replacement diamond checkered walnut grips and later style magazine. Very good bore. Perfect action. Extremely handsome 1911. 800.00 - 1,400.00

634 - (A) FINE S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 29314. Barrel length is 6”, caliber is .44 Russian. These revolvers were manufactured from 1881-1898. Features: six shot, double action, blue finish, case colored hammer trigger with black composite logo grips. This revolver has matching numbers on cylinder and barrel latch. There is a star stamped on butt which would indicate a return to the factory usually for refinishing or sometimes just for repair which is most likely the case for this revolver. Retains approximately 60%-70% original high polish factory polish blue. The cylinder retains a brilliant blue in flutes. Front grip straps retains traces of blue. Back grip strap is grey patina, grips are excellent, traces of color on hammer, strong rifled bore with usual black powder abrasion. Perfect action, strong barrel legends. Far above average and rather scarce in the blued finish. 800.00 - 1,500.00

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635 - (M) COLT SERIES 80 NATIONAL MATCH MODEL 1911. Serial No. FN15874. Caliber .45 A.C.P., Barrel length 5”. This pistol was manufactured in 1986. Offered is a standard Colt Gold Cup National Match Model 1911 with factory blue finish. Special features include: Elliason adjustable rear sight, high post front sight, wide serrated rib, light weight adjustable trigger, serrated flat main spring housing and wrap around Colt hard rubber grips with silver medallion. Also features the National Match barrel bushing and marked barrel. Gun is in excellent to near mint condition. Exterior metal retains approximately 99% original factory blue. Bore is near mint, action is perfect. 900.00 - 1,200.00

636 - (M) CASED/BOXED S&W MODEL 29-2 D.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. N385631. Caliber .44 magnum, Barrel length is 6-1/2”. The classic Dirty Harry revolver in the beautiful factory nickel finish. This revolver is housed in its original mahogany case with all accessories as well as the original shipping box and matching label, the blue plastic line has some cracks. It is a six shot, double action with adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight, case colored wide target hammer and trigger with silver medallion checkered rosewood grips. Cylinder face shows very minor burn and there is a light drag line. Inside frame is stamped N for nickel. Grips are not numbered. This was the last of the pinned and recessed Model 29’s with 6-1/2” barrel length. It was manufactured in 1975-1976. A superb revolver in top condition with all the original packaging and some paperwork. 900.00 - 1,300.00

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637 - (M) KIMBER CLASSIC CUSTOM ROYAL 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. K012907. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. This pistol features combat Novak rear sight, wind adjustable front, front and rear slide serrations, lightweight bobbed hammer, extended grip safety, serrated extended safety, checkered slide stop, lightweight trigger, checkered flat mainspring housing, and features high polish blued finish on side with balance matte finish. has a pair of bone grips as well as a pair of checkered diamond grips. Two magazines. In hard carry case with paperwork. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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638 - (C) SAVAGE/COLT U.S. MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 317399. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. The frame of this pistol was manufactured by Colt in 1918 and the left side of frame bears the eagle head S14 inspector stamp. The slide was manufactured A.J. Savage Munitions Co. who were awarded a contract in July of 1918 to manufacture 100,000 pistols. The contract was suspended in December of 1918 and delivered an unknown number of slides, which were used as replacements. the right side of slide is stamped “Model of 1911 U.S. Army” which further indicates use as a replacement slide on any pistol used during the first World War as the original slide may have been damaged. Pistol retains all proper 1918 era parts. Barrel ahs the post-1915 PH stamp in line with barrel. Has the second type 1918 rear sight, proper 1918 era checkered slide stop, checkered safety, checkered short spur hammer, smooth mainspring housing with lanyard loop, long smooth trigger, blue finish, and diamond checkered walnut grips. The finish on frame and slide is a pleasing mix of smooth blue-brown patina with flashes of original blue. Stocks are excellent with no cracks. Action is perfect. Very good rifled bore. Has one period magazine. Comes with a U.S. 1918 dated holster, magazine pouch, and web belt. Excellent World War I outfit. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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639 - (M) MIB COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. S35323A. .45 Long Colt caliber with a 5-1/2” barrel. This is an early Fourth Model standard Single Action Army. The barrel, cylinder, backstrap, and trigger guard are high polish blue. Frame is case colored. Hammer has the blued top and back with polished sides and Colt eagle grips. Gun is new and unfired, albeit has the lightest drag line. Comes in an original box with all paperwork. As new inside and out. 900.00 - 1,400.00 LOT - 639

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640 - (M) NICKEL COLT SERIES 70 MODEL 1911 A1 PISTOL. Serial No. 16783B70. Cal. .45 ACP, barrel length 5”. Manufactured in 1979. Features: High polish nickel finish on slide and frame with satin nickel finish on top of slide and frame lower, gold medal checkered walnut grips, Retains 98% factory nickel finish with usual storage mars. Grips are excellent to near mint. Strong clean bore, perfect action. Nice enough to be collectible but would make a fine shooter as well. 1,000.00 - 1,300.00

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641 - (M) MAGNUM RESEARCH DESERT EAGLE 41/44 PISTOL. Serial No. 108458. 6” barrel in .44 Remington Magnum caliber. The Desert Eagle uses a gas-operated mechanism normally found in rifles, as opposed to the short recoil or blow-back designs most commonly seen in semi-automatic pistols. Retains virtually all of the original matte factory finish. A couple of points of high edge wear. Two piece composite grips are near mint. This pistol is in excellent condition and includes two magazines, owners manual, tool and hard carrying case. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

642 - (C) MAUSER S/42 G DATE LUGER (1935). Serial No. 9025. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured by Mauser for the German military, the G above the chamber indicates the production year of 1935. Germany was attempting to conceal manufacture and year of production at this time. This is a standard Luger in all respects. Features the blued finish, checkered walnut grip panels, and straw colors. All matching numbers except magazine, which is numbered to another gun. All legends are sharp with the exception of the ‘G’, which is visible but light; consistent with a period refinish, of which 90% still exists with wear at side plate, thinning at grip straps, and high rail wear. Fine bore and action. Grips are not numbered but are period to the gun. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

643 - (M) SCARCE FACTORY NICKEL DAN WESSON 3 BARREL REV. Serial No. 22736. Dan Wesson, in the 1970’s, took a page from the old Merwin & Hulbert playbook and designed a modern handgun chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge that allowed interchangeable barrels. Very few are ever found in factory nickel. This shooting set includes a 5-3/4” barrel, 3-3/4’” barrel, and 2-1/4” barrel. Features nickel finish, six shot, double action, ramp front sight, target adjustable rear sight, wide spur target hammer, smooth trigger. Comes with a pair of one piece checkered medallion grips, as well as a one piece walnut combat grip. Also comes with takedown tool and wood blank for custom grip. Cylinder face shows no signs of this revolver having ever been fired. Retains virtually all of the original factory finish with light storage marks. Light cylinder drag line. As new inside and out. Comes in the original hard carrying case with instructions. Original instructions list this as a Model 15. This is the “Pistol Pack” and is complete as shown on the instructions. Has the original warranty card. Beautiful never seen set. Would be nearly impossible to improve upon condition. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

644 - (C) 1906 BULGARIAN LUGER. Serial No. 3119. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. These were manufactured by DWM for military contract to Bulgaria. The crest can be found above the chamber. These were later re-barreled to 4” barrels in 9mm. The barrel has a matching serial number to frame. All visible matching numbers with the exception of the sideplate. Grips are not numbered. A lanyard ring has been installed at base of rear grip strap. Grips are extremely worn. Wood bottom magazine has mismatched number (1071). The DWM has been polished off toggle. Pistol retains approximately 95% of the reapplied blue finish, all of this possibly done at time of re-barreling. Fine bore and action. These are fairly rare pistols with approximately 1,500 manufactured and all were re-barreled, which would not be a deterrent in this particular model, and most have mismatched small parts done at time of refinish. Very scarce example. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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645 - (C) S&W PRE MODEL 27 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. S129539. 6-1/2” barrel in .357 caliber. This revolver was manufactured in 1954-55. Smith & Wesson manufactured some of their finest revolvers in the decade after World War II. Features: square butt, N-frame, six shot, double action, high polish factory blue finish, fully checkered matted top strap and barrel rib, high Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, case colored checkered wide spur hammer, case colored serrated trigger, Smith & Wesson gold medallion diamond checkered walnut grips (right panel numbered to the gun), matching serial number on base of cylinder and inside yoke, recessed chambers, pin barrel, five screw. Cylinder has a light drag line and minor muzzle wear and a few extremely minor high edge wear on the frame. Fine revolver still remains 98% plus factory original high polish blue finish. Strong case colors, grips are excellent. Action perfect, bore is strong and clean. A lovely mid-50’s Pre-Model 27 revolver, arguably the finest magnums ever produced. 1,100.00 - 1,600.00 646 - (C) MIB S&W .35 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 7210. Cal. .35 S & W Auto, barrel length 3-1/2”. Referred to as the Model of 1913, it features blued finish with gold medal smooth walnut grips, seven shot magazine, grip safety. These were manufactured between 1913 to 1921. Given the serial number this pistol was manufactured between 1919 to 1921. Pistol remains in near new condition inside and out. Housed in its rare original box with the S&W caution paper and a full two piece box of Remington ammunition. Retains 98-99% finish with a hint of wear at muzzle and a couple of very minor storage marks. Bore and action are fine. Even the rare original box is in very good condition. 1,100.00 - 1,600.00

647 - (C) 1934 CODE 42 DATED LUGER. Serial No. 7612. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured in 1939-40 by Mauser for the German military. Chamber is dated 1940. This pistol has all matching numbers except the magazine which is simply stamped “S42” with Waffenamt, has an aluminum bottom, and was manufactured by Heinel. Checkered walnut grip panels have several inspector stamps but no serial number. Toggle is stamped 42. Several Waffenamt stamps on right side of barrel and slide. Grips are near mint. Pistol retains about 99% of the arsenal reapplied matte finish. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

648 - (M) COLT ANACONDA REVOLVER. Serial No. MM88426. 6” barrel in .45 Colt caliber. Features stainless steel, six shot, fluted cylinder, double action, vent rib, full under-lug, red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, target hammer and trigger, and Colt medallion finger groove rubber grips. Gun has been fired. Has a light drag line but remains in near new condition inside and out. Comes in original plastic carry case with paperwork. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

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649 - (M) BOXED COLT MOD 1911 A-1 FACTORY NICKEL PISTOL. Serial No. 70G76237. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. Manufactured in 1975. Features bright nickel polished sides with matte silver top and bottom (non-glare). Standard nickel government .45 silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Pistol has a few light storage marks as usual on nickel guns. In as new condition inside. 1,200.00 - 1,600.00

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650 - (C) COLT WWII U.S. MODEL 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. 955271. .45 ACP caliber with a 5” barrel. Manufactured 1942. Offered is a standard early war Colt manufactured U.S. Army Model 1911-A1 .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol. It has matching numbers on frame and slide. Blued barrel is stamped “P” on left lug. Magazine is stamped “CS” on tongue. Has the checkered short wide spur hammer with checkered slide stop, safety, trigger, and arched mainspring housing. Has Keyes style brown composite grips. Left side of frame has the “G.H.D.” (Guy Dewey) inspector stamp with “P” proof on left side. Right side stamped “United States Property M 1911A1 U.S. Army” with Ordnance wheel. Right side of slide is properly non-stamped. Left side of slide is stamped with pony in center. Has the proper style rear sight. Pistol still retains the two-toned appearance at the end of slide, retaining approximately 95% of the factory reapplied phosphate military finish. Bore is excellent. Fine action. A few of the letters on frame and slide and Ordnance wheel on frame have thinned out from arsenal overhaul. Pistol still retains 95% of the arsenal reapplied finish. 1,200.00 - 1,700.00

651 - (C) 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER. Serial No. 6714. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured by DWM in script on toggle. Has all matching numbers with the exception of the plastic bottom magazine (not numbered). Grips are numbered to gun. Standard configuration with blued finish; checkered walnut grips; and straw colored small parts to include takedown lug trigger, safety, and extractor. Barrel and frame has the imperial proof with “N”. Excellent colors. 95% original blue including grip straps with usual high wear on rails, muzzle, and plate. Fine bore and action. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

652 - (M) COLT PRE-SERIES 70 MODEL 1911 A1 PISTOL. Serial No. 333962-C. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Features blued finish with brown composite Colt grips. Manufactured 1970, last year of production for this particular model. All original parts. Shows in near new condition inside and out with only light wear. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

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653 - (C) 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER. Serial No. 4085. 3-5/8” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. This pistol was manufactured for export in commercial sales. Front of frame is stamped “Germany”. Front of toggle has DWM in script. Has all matching numbers. Wood bottom magazine is simply stamped Germany. Checkered walnut grips are not stamped with any number. Standard blue finish with straw small parts to include trigger, lock bolt, safety, and extractor. Pistol remains in near mint all original condition retaining approximately 97-98% original blue with some high edge rail, muzzle, and plate wear. Grips are near mint. Fine bore and action. Even the grip straps retain most of their original factory blue. Extremely clean high condition 1920 commercial. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

654 - (C) 1929 SWISS LUGER. Serial No. 75244. 4-3/4” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. This pistol is a military serial range example and was manufactured Waffenfabrik Bern for military sale in Switzerland. These Swiss Lugers are rarely seen in America. They feature the all blue finish with no straw parts. Grips are molded brown with logo impressed in them. They come standard with a grip safety. Has a brown composite base nickel magazine. Has a grip safety; not slotted. All matching numbers. Pistol is in excellent all original condition retaining 97% original military style blue finish. Fine bore and action. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

655 - (M) ANIB COLT MODEL 1911 GOLD CUP PISTOL. Serial No. 70N39137. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. This pistol was manufactured in 1976. It is a Series 70 Gold Cup National Match magazine fed, semi-automatic pistol that features an adjustable Elliason rear sight, National Match barrel, high front sight, full rib, adjustable trigger, blue finish, and gold medallion checkered walnut grips. Pistol does not appear to have ever been fired. No drag line. Includes original takedown tool, instruction booklet, styrofoam, and original one piece box missing end labels. Un-improvable Colt National Match Series 70. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 LOT - 655

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656 - (M) BOXED COLT 9 MM MODEL 1911 A1. Serial No. CLW009121. Caliber 9mm, Barrel length 4”. This pistol was manufactured in 1970, the first year offered for the Colt light weight Commander model. Features: factory blue finish with Colt logo brown composite grips. Pistol has a hint of muzzle wear, retains 99% blue finish. Grips are mint. Bore like new. Comes in the original two piece box, numbered to gun with proper end label and original instructions. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

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657 - (M) MIB COLT 1911 LW COMMANDER. Serial No. CLW008991. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol was manufactured in 1970, which was the first year of production of the Series 70 Commander Lightweight Model. this pistol still features the Colt logo brown plastic grips with high polish blue sides and matte finish top strap with lightweight hammer and an original marked magazine. In the rather scarce 9mm caliber. Pistol shows in near new condition with just the lightest of drag lines. Still housed in the original box numbered to gun with paperwork. Even the box is in excellent condition. Superb early first year lightweight 9mm. 1,250.00 - 1,850.00 LOT - 657

658 - (M) BOXED H&K MODEL M8 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 16-105342. 3” barrel in 9x19mm caliber. Features stainless steel construction with black composite grips, white dot Novac style sights, double action, and magazine fed. Near new in box with paperwork. Comes with an additional six magazines and magazine loader. This model was manufactured in 1992 to 2000. It has the nickel hard chrome finish. 1,300.00 - 1,800.00

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659 - (M) FINE COLT SERIES 70 .38 SUPER 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. 70’s11114. Caliber .38 Super, Barrel length 5”. This pistol was manufactured in 1975. Standard features: factory blue finish, high polish sides with matte top and bottom, varnished walnut non checkered grips with silver medallions. Pistol has a light takedown line and there is a 3/4” blueing loss on the left side of slide at muzzle, but the pistol doesn’t seem to have seen much use, inside and out. Near mint grips. 1,300.00 - 2,500.00

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660 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 COMMERCIAL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. C96792. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. This Commercial Colt Model 1911 was manufactured in 1917. It is all original with all proper small parts to include long smooth trigger, flat mainspring housing with lanyard, proper sights, blued finish, and diamond checkered walnut grips. Frame retains 80% original finish, thinning on high edges and turned brown patina on grip strap. 85% factory blue finish blending with patina and overall high edge wear. Has the long smooth trigger. Barrel has the intertwined HP inspector mark on top of barrel seen through ejector port. Diamond checkered walnut grips are near mint and may be later replacements. Excellent working condition. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

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661 - (M) AMT .44 AUTO MAG MODEL 180 PISTOL. Serial No. A01720. 7” barrel in .44 AMP caliber. This pistol was manufactured in Pasadena, California and features stainless steel construction with vent rib barrel, adjustable rear target sight, serrated rib, red ramp front sight, and black composite grips. It is a magazine fed semi-automatic with a near mint bore and fine action. At time of manufacture, it was one of the most powerful semi-automatic pistols ever made and has been featured in several motion pictures. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

662 - (C) U.S. COLT 1911-A1 PISTOL. Serial No. 1680776. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Manufactured in 1944, Offered is a typical standard U.S. issue Colt 1911-A1 .45 semi-automatic pistol. Left side of the frame has the “G.H.D.” for inspector Guy Dewey. Right side of frame has “U.S. Army Property” stamped. The two tone heat treating finish still visible on front but the pony is somewhat washed out as is Ordnance wheel on right side of frame. Aside from the drag line, the pistol maintains 95% of arsenal phosphate finish. Has all checkered small parts, proper brown Keyes style grips (no “K”). Has a fine bore, barrel is blued, left lug is stamped “P”, bottom of barrel is stamped “Colt .45 Auto”. Replacement magazine is stamped “CR”. Come with a period U.S. marked shoulder holster. Stamped “Kress”. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

663 - (C) COLT MODEL 1905 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 4817. 5” barrel, caliber is 45 ACP. Manufactured in 1910. This pistol, the predecessor to the model 1911. Was only manufactured from 1905-1911 with a total of 6,100 produced. Features blued finish, semi automatic, magazine fed with diamond checkered walnut grips. It has the final production slide marking used from 1906 until end of production. It has the spur hammer, wind drift rear sight. Metal surfaces are basically a mix of blue/bown/grey patina smooth with some age spotting with little salt and pepper finish with forward grip strap, checkered grips show wear with no cracks. Strong clean shiny bore, fine action, very good representative piece of this very scarce Colt automatic. Factory letter indicates that this pistol was shipped on November 3rd, 1910 in a shipment of one gun to Sommer, Hermann & Co. Pueblo and Vera Cruz, Mexico. Letter further states that this pistol was returned to the factory on December 7th, 1910 and reshipped to D.L. Lowry, address unknown, December 13th, 1910. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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664 - (C) EARLY COLT US ARMY MODEL 1911. Serial No. 15096. Barrel length is 5” in .45 ACP caliber. This is a very early US Army pistol that was manufactured near the end of the 1912 production. Left side of frame is stamped “United States Property” and has the Walter G Penfield inspector stamp used from 1911 to 1914 only. In addition, it has the “A.A.” Augusta Arsenal re-build stamp. Inside frame is stamped “H1”. Left side of slide has the patent dates ending with August 19, 1913 with pony at rear. Right side of slide is stamped “Model of 1911 US Army”. The slide markings are from a pistol circa post 1913 that began with serial No. 83856. The barrel is stamped with “P over H” in line with the bore which began at serial no. 110000. Has the type one hammer with short wide spur, checkered slide stop and safety. Original diamond checkered walnut grips, long smooth trigger and the type four front sight, later type two rear sight and a post WWI magazine. Gun retains approximately 80% of the Augusta arsenal re-blue which is thinning on the slide edges and top. The flat main spring housing with lanyard is brown patina. Bore is shiny but rifling is barely visible. Given that this gun was re-done in blue, it could be assumed that the Augusta re-build took place prior to the second World War. 1,500.00 - 2,200.00 665 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL COLT MODEL 1909 U.S. REVOLVER. Serial No. 42024. 5-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. Manufactured 1911. Features Colt high polish blue finish; with Nitre blue screws, trigger, and hammer; six shot; double action; two piece walnut grips; and a lanyard ring. These large U.S. Service revolvers were built on and numbered within the New Service category. Most of these saw very hard use in the Philippines, Mexico, and World War I. They were one of the last commercial finish U.S. revolvers and features the deep, rich high polish blue featured on commercial guns of the era. The butt of this revolver is stamped “U.S. Army Model 1909”. Has the “F.B.” inspector mark on right top of frame, the stamp “R.A.C.” for Renaldo Carr can be found stamped on the lower right side of frame, as well as the base of both grip panels. Bottom of barrel is stamped “United States Property” and also has the “R.A.C.” inspector stamp. Back of the cylinder is stamped “R.A.C.”. Left side of the frame has the stylized “C” with pony and arrows. This revolver has seen almost no use. There is some holster wear at the muzzle of the barrel extending down the sides a couple of inches. Cylinder shows high edge wear with light drag line. High edge wear on trigger guard. Backstrap has thinned to 40% blue. Overall, revolver retains approximately 90% of the high polish original factory finish. Perfect action. Bore is like new. Grips are excellent with minor storage mark on left side. This is about as a fine a condition as you could expect to find on one of these early U.S. Model revolvers. Comes with an original holster stamped “G&K 1918” and three boxes of sealed original ammunition for the Model 1909. They are dated December 1913. All three boxes are sealed and in near mint condition. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 666 - (C) 1934 CODE BYF LUGER. Serial No. 280. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Manufactured by Mauser for the German military, byf was assigned to Mauser. This is stamped 41 above chamber. Standard configuration, blued finish and checkered walnut grips. No straw colors. Salt blued. All matching numbers including the aluminum bottom magazine; grips have inspectors marks but no numbers. Fine condition, all original, early war Luger. About the only wear to be found is on rails, sideplate, and muzzle with a little high edge trigger guard wear. Still retains 95% or better finish with a fine bore and action. Magazine is stamped “fxo” with Waffenamt. Waffenamt stamps on right side of frame and barrel. Comes in a dlv41 Nazi marked holster with takedown tool and extra magazine (7417). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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667 - (C) REMINGTON RAND U.S. MODEL 1911-A1 PISTOL. Serial No. 2143286. 5” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. Manufactured 1945. Standard World War II Remington Rand with nearly all of its original military matte finish. Left side of slide is stamped “Remington Rand”. Slide is stamped “G” at firing pin and shows only minor light high edge wear with razor sharp legends. Left side of frame has “F.J.A.” Frank Atwood inspector stamp with proof “P”. Has the Keyes star stamped brown composite grips. All correct small parts to include short checkered trigger, spurless checkered hammer, serrated arched mainspring housing, checkered safety, serrated slide stop. Blue barrel stamped “H.S.” for Hi-Standard. Near mint bore. Perfect action. Pistol retains 98% of the military matte finish showing nominal use or wear. Comes with a Boyt 1944 holster, canvas belt, and magazine pouch. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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668 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 389699. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was built September 1941 to December 1941. Has an SA August 1942 barrel, field replacement stock (no cartouche), proper era bolt stamped “D28287-2SA”, proper era type one flush rear sight, proper era trigger assembly stamped “D28290-5-SA”. TE reading of ‘3’ and an ME reading of ‘2’. Stock is excellent with usual abrasions. Barrel and frame retain approximately 80% of the military phosphate finish. Comes with a World War II leather sling. Given that this rifle could have been at Pearl Harbor, the addition of a few proper era parts would make this a very collectible M1. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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669 - (C) S/42 G DATE LUGER (1935). Serial No. 5255. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. This is an extremely high condition Mauser Luger manufactured for the German military with the “G” signifying year of manufacture as 1935. The “G” is stamped above chamber. S/42 code stamped on link. These pistols were manufactured for the German military. All matching numbers except grips not numbered. Aluminum bottom magazine is numbered to gun. Has the standard blue finish and checkered walnut grips. Small straw colored parts include takedown lug, trigger, safety, and extractor. This pistol remains in incredible all original condition with just a hint of high edge wear at muzzle, rail, and plate. Has 98% blue on the straps as well. Near mint bore and action. Would be nearly impossible to find a nicer example. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

670 - (C) 42 MAUSER BYF LUGER. Serial No. 9182. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. Offered is a standard Mauser code model 1942. Manufactured in 1941 with date code 1942. All matching numbers. Nazi marked blued magazine with black composite base. Grips are not numbered and seem to be replacements. Numerous Nazi stamps on frame and barrel. This pistol has seen little to no use with a touch of high edge wear. 99% factory blue overall. Fine bore and action. Exceptional BYF code Luger. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 671 671 - (M) H&K MODEL P7K3 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. USA-663. 4” barrel in .22 LR and 7.65mm. Offered is a complete three box set convertible system H&K pistol. Features include alloy frame, composite grips, double action, and magazine fed. The kit comes in three boxes that includes one frame, two slides (one .22 LR slide and one 9mm short/7.65), ammo short is .380 - 7.65 is 32 auto, five .22 caliber magazines, four 9mm short magazines, two 7.65 magazines, one extra grip panel, and three barrels (.22 LR, 9mm short, and 7.65). All in as new condition inside and out. This is a very rare complete set that was manufactured from 1988 to1994. The gun itself is rare, with the .22 conversion kit even rarer and worth almost as much as the gun itself. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

672 - (C) BOXED COLT 2ND GEN. S.A.A. SHERIFF’S MODEL. Serial No. 0347SM. 3” barrel in .45 LC caliber. 503 special Sheriff’s Models were manufactured in 1960 only. 25 were finished in nickel, the balance were finished in the standard blue and case color with walnut grips. This is the standard blued model. It is a six shot single action. There is a hint of high edge cylinder wear and muzzle wear. Revolver retains virtually all of the brilliant case colors. Fine bore and action. Near mint two piece walnut grips. Comes in an original Colt wood grain box numbered in grease pencil on bottom matching gun. Has gold end label stamped “Colt Sheriff’s Model revolver, .45 Colt, 3” barrel”. Box shows wear. An extremely scarce and desirable Second Generation special production one year run. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 672

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673 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 U.S. ARMY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 591988. 5” barrel in .45 ACP. Manufactured 1919. Standard U.S. Army .45 caliber pistol. Frame has the eagle head inspector stamp used only in 1918 and 1919. The barrel has the intertwined “HP” used on serial numbers 425 to 710. All standard features to include blued finish, semi-automatic, magazine fed, long smooth trigger, diamond checkered walnut grips, flat smooth mainspring with lanyard, two toned magazine with no lanyard, checkered slide stop and safety, checkered wide spur hammer, correct front and rear sights. Right side of slide is stamped “Model of 1911 U.S. Army”. Frame stamped “U.S. Property”. Grip straps are a mix of blue-grey patina. Slide retains 90% original factory blue with razor sharp legends and high edge wear. Frame has 80% original blue, would be much higher but it looks like there are two areas where the finish appears to have simply flaked. Excellent original diamond checkered walnut grips. Near mint bore. Fine action. Overall, extremely fine all original 1919 Colt pistol. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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674 - (M) BOXED COLT PRE SERIES 70 (B.B.) 1911 PISTOL. Serial No. 335624-C. Caliber .45 A.C.P., Barrel length 5”. According to the book, this pistol falls into the 1969 serial number range that ends with the letter C. This example is from the scarce experimental B.B. series manufactured with the National Match style barrel bushing. The right side of frame is stamped “B.B.”. These pistols saw a very limited production. Standard features include the high polished blue finish with the non glare finish on the top of the slide and the base of the frame. The top of the barrel bears the B.B. stamp, has the proper pre series 70 Colt plastic grips and pre series 70 slide markings. Pistol retains approximately 99% original factory finish, has the special barrel bushing. Someone has added a bit of red paint to the front sight,. Near mint bore and action. This pistol is housed in the original two piece Colt box with the original instructions. Beautiful near mint and rare one year production Colt. Investment condition sure to increase in value due to the very small one year production. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

675 - (C) P.08 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER. Serial No. 78817. 3-7/8” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. This Luger is not stamped Germany but does have German proofs which indicates it was for commercial sale within the country. This example has the stock lug. No signs of rework. DWM stamped on toggle still retains 97% blue with only light wear on high edge of rail and side plate. Beautiful near mint straw colors. Aluminum body wood bottom magazine with no markings. Excellent checkered walnut grips not stamped. Fine bore and action. Comes in an original holster with an extra aluminum bottom nickel magazine numbered 3485 with Waffenamt 63. Holster has Waffenamt WaA 163. Code stamp DIU .41. No loading tool. High condition, high quality commercial, pre-war Luger. 1,600.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 675

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676 - (C) NICKEL COLT MODEL 1908 HAMMERLESS .380 PISTOL. Serial No. 76208. Cal. .380 ACP, barrel length 3-1/2”. This pistol was manufactured in 1925. The Model 1908, chambered for the .380ACP cartridge was numbered in its own serial range. This pistol features: standard full Colt nickel plating and Colt flush mounted silver medallion checkered walnut grips. These style grips were introduced on the 1908 model beginning in 1924. It remains in nearly unused condition. As with most factory nickel finished guns it does have a few minor storage marks, retaining 99% original finish, with razor sharp legends. No nickel plating within the legions. The detail on the Colt pony, stamped on rear of slide, is flawless and highly detailed which would indicate that this pistol is in the original factory finish. These pistols, when found in high condition, are extremely desirable in this caliber. Grips are near mint and is in as new condition inside. Most definitely box worthy. Beautiful pre war. Comes with one magazine. 1,600.00 - 2,500.00

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677 - (M) BROWNING MODEL 53 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 01798NM3F7. .32-20 WCF cal. (round nose or hollow point bullets only), patterned after the original Winchester Model 53 (redesigned Model 1892), 7 shot tube mag., high polished blue metal, open sights, 22 in. tapered barrel, high grade checkered walnut stock featuring full pistol grip cap and shotgun style metal buttplate, 6 1/2 lbs. Only 5,000 mfg. in 1990. 800.00 - 1,400.00

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678 - (M) MARLIN MODEL 1897 COMMEMORATIVE RIFLE. Serial No. 18970885. .22 rimfire with a 24” barrel. Produced in 1997 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Marlin Model 1897 lever action takedown rifle. Special features include a half octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, with pistol grip checkered walnut stocks and black composite buttplate. The receiver features laser engraving on both sides, embellished in gold with vignettes on both sides of frame. Rifle is as new in the original box with sleeve and paperwork. It is missing the styrofoam top. 800.00 - 1,500.00

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679 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 944233. 26” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured in 1924. This standard rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. Barrel retains approximately 80% original blue with some salt and pepper pitting along 7” on both sides of barrel. Tube is a mix of blue-brown patina. Frame has basically turned patina with flashes of blue. Stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks. Fine action. Strong clean bore. 850.00 - 1,100.00

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680 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Serial No. 910846. 20” barrel in .25-35 WCF caliber. This Saddle Ring Carbine was manufactured in 1922. Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, blued finish, high post carbine front sight, folding ladder rear sight, stud and ring, walnut stocks, and carbine buttplate. All metal surfaces are a dark grey patina. Rear sight ladder has been shortened. Walnut stocks are very good, proud to metal, with original finish and no cracks. Missing the front barrel band retaining screw. Strong rifled bore. Overall, a decent 1894 carbine in a desirable caliber. 900.00 - 1,100.00

LOT - 681 681 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 857128. 26” barrel in caliber .30 WCF. This standard rifle was manufactured in 1919. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, sporting sights, walnut stock and forend, and rifle buttplate. Barrel is a pleasing mix of blue with patina and high edge wear. Sharp barrel legends. Rear sight is stamped “Savage Arms”. Receiver is a mix of brown-grey patina. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal, never refinished, no cracks, just the usual minor dings. Fine action. Strong bore. 900.00 - 1,100.00

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682 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 633216. 26” barrel in caliber .25-35 WCF. Manufactured 1911. Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, and rifle butt. Barrel and tube retain approximately 70% original blue with high edge wear blending with patina. Razor sharp legends and edges. Rear sight slot is empty with tang sight at rear. Frame is a mix of brown and grey patina. Original walnut stocks are very good to excellent, proud to metal, never refinished, with usual bumps. Strong rifled bore. Fine action. Nice, clean, honest 1894 in desirable caliber. 900.00 - 1,100.00

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683 - (M) STEYR MANNLICHER MODEL SL SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 9909. 23-1/2” barrel in .222 Remington magnum caliber. Made in Austria. One of the finest sporting rifles ever manufactured. Features the diamond pattern twist blue steel barrel sans sights, checkered butter knife bolt handle, detachable magazine, high finish diamond skip checkered walnut stock with black composite buttplate and grip cap, set triggers, sling eyes, and a Nichols 3x10x44 scope with standard cross hairs and perfect optics. This fine rifle is in near new condition inside and out with just a couple minor bumps from storage in stock. 900.00 - 1,300.00

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684 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 S.R.C. Serial No. 920209. 20” barrel in .25-35 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1923. Highly desirable caliber pre-war classic Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, post front sight with replaced post, folding carbine ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, blue finish, gumwood stocks, and carbine buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 70% original factory blue, starting to thin, with sharp legends. Bands, frame, and buttplate are basically gun metal grey. Bolt and loading gate retain some blue. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips and are just slightly shy to metal. Sharp rifling. Fine action. Extremely clean carbine in scarce caliber. 900.00 - 1,400.00

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685 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1637745. .25-35 WCF caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1950. This standard early post-war carbine is in one of the most desirable of all calibers, and one of the scarcest in this model, the .25-35 WCF. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut long wood forend, and walnut buttstock with checkered steel plate. The barrel and tube retain approximately 97% original factory blue finish with light muzzle wear. Bands retains approximately 50% blue. Frame retains approximately 75% original blue with carry wear at base and high edge wear. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. Very desirable in this caliber. 900.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 686

686 - (C) SPECIAL ORDER MARLIN MODEL 1893 S.R.C. Serial No. 444503. 20” barrel in .25-36 Marlin caliber. One of the scarcer calibers in the Marlin 1893 carbine. Tang is stamped “Model 1893” Features 20” barrel; half magazine; single band; high post front sight; three leaf folding rear sight; blued finish; with case colored frame, lever, and buttplate; walnut stocks; and saddle ring and stud. Barrel is stamped Smokeless Steel” and retains approximately 70% original blue blending with brown patina. Flashes of original blue on barrel band. Left side of frame retains approximately 50% case colors with traces on lever as well. Bottom has silvered out. Right side of frame has traces of colors in hidden areas, the rest have patterned. 30% Nitre blue on loading gate. Frame screws retain nearly all of the Nitre blue. Walnut forend has a few usual dings. Stock is proud to metal in excellent condition with beautiful grain. The express sight retains 90% of the Nitre blue finish. Buttplate is basically grey patina. Strong bore. Very fine original Model 1893 Saddle Ring Carbine. 900.00 - 1,600.00

LOT - 687

687 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 PRE-WAR CARBINE (.25-35). Serial No. 977280. 20” barrel in .25-35 caliber. Manufactured in 1927. This special order eastern style carbine features the rifle buttplate and no saddle ring. It is chambered for the desirable 25-35 caliber. Has the original Winchester rifle full buckhorn rear sight with post front sight, two bands, full magazine, blued finish, walnut stocks. Barrel and tube retain approximately 80% or better factory blued finish with sharp legends. Frame has flaked with traces of blue remaining, but basically a grey-brown patina. 70% blue on loading gate. Bolt has 20% blue. Stock is excellent, proud to metal, perfectly fitted with no cracks of any kind. Strong clean bore and perfect action. Extremely fine and untouched desirable 1894 carbine. 900.00 - 1,600.00 224

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LOT - 688

688 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1499109. .30 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured between 1943 and 1948. This is an early Model 64 manufactured during or right after the second World War. Standard features include full round barrel, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, half magazine, blued finish, long tang, plain pistol grip walnut stock, and checkered steel buttplate. There is a hint of high edge muzzle wear at the end of tube. Still retains at least 98% of the original factory finish. Frame exhibits light high edge wear in spots, a couple minor storage marks. A couple of the screws have been marked from tightening. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Beautiful finish. Fine bore and action. It is getting extremely difficult to find these high condition war-era Model 64 rifles and they do not come much nicer than this offered example. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 689 689 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 509498. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured March 1942 to July 1942. Has a correct SA April 1942 barrel. Replaced rear sight (not Lockbar). Correct bolt stamped “D-28287-2SA”. Replaced post-1953 stock with 1/2” “D.O.D.” stamp in box. No “P” visible on wrist. Correct trigger group stamped “D282890-5-SA”. TE reading of ‘4’ and an ME reading of ‘+2’. Barrel and frame retain approximately 85% of the dark military phosphate finish. Trap is silver metal color. Stock is excellent. This rifle basically needs a proper rear sight and stock to bring it back to its original World War II configuration. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 690

690 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. 24” Serial No. 866771. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured September 1942-December 1942. Barrel is dated SA-3-42. It has the proper type 2 lock bark rear sight. Has a TE reading of 3.5. Bolt is number D28287-12SA (proper). Heat lot number is SA10. Stock has the DOD 3 star cartouche in a box 1-1/2” so stock is post 1953. Trigger assembly is stamped D28290-7-SA (proper). Wrist has the proof P with serif’s. Barrel is finsihed in a matte blue. Frame is a military phosphate green. Bolt is a military phosphate blue. Floor plate is gun metal gray. Trigger guard is phosphate green. Has a tan canvas sling. Typical rebuild, majority of parts dating from 1942. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 691

691 - (M) FN FAL SEMI-AUTOMATIC BATTLE RIFLE. Serial No. 2507886. 23” barrel in .308 Winchester caliber. Made in Belgium. Steyr Secaucus, New Jersey import rifle with flash hider. This rifle sports all wood furniture, sling, bipod and two 20 round magazines. Also included is a black poly grip black ploy front carry handle and assorted spare parts. This gun shows very little to no wear as in unfired condition. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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692 - (C) WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1894 RIFLE. Serial No. 597857. 24” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. This rifle was ordered in 1911 with a 2” shorter than standard half octagon barrel with the takedown feature. Standard features include full magazine, original Winchester sporting rear sight, sporting front sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. Barrel retains approximately 40-50% original blue, balance blending gun metal patina. Tube retains 90% original blue. Takedown lever has much blue. Frame has 10-15% original blue, balance patina. Has a scarce takedown frame. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. There is a chip to the bottom right butt of stock. Strong rifled bore. Nice special order takedown. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 693 693 - (C) FINE SPECIAL ORDER MARLIN MODEL 1893 RIFLE. Serial No. A936. 24” barrel in .32 HPS caliber. Special order features include 24” half octagon barrel (2” shorter than standard); full magazine, knife blade front sight, standard sporting rear sight, case colored frame and lever, walnut stocks, with S curve buttplate, and period sling swivels. Barrel and tube retains approximately 90% original high polish factory blue finish. Left side of frame has 30% case colors, some brilliant. Top of frame has 50% case colors. Left side of frame has 20% case colors. Base of frame and tang are grey, as is buttplate. Wood is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. 80% Nitre blue on loading gate. Frame screws retain the majority of their Nitre blue finish. Even the forend cap retains 50% of the Nitre blue finish. Tang is stamped “Marlin Model 93”. Strong clean bore. Fine action. Sharp barrel legends. The only detraction is that the barrel and top of frame are drilled for a tube scope and have filler screws in their place. Lovely little pre-war special rifle. 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 694

694 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1625581. .32 Winchester Special caliber with a 24-1/4” barrel. Manufactured 1949. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, sporting rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. The deluxe model also includes checkering on the forend and pistol grip with the Winchester logo grip cap and sling eyes on forend cap and buttstock. This rifle remains in near mint all original condition, showing only light high edge wear on frame and light muzzle wear, retaining 97% original factory blue throughout. Deluxe walnut stocks are excellent with razor sharp checkering and no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. Has the rounded crown. It would be nearly impossible to find a finer condition deluxe Model 64 rifle. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 695

695 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1783242. .30-30 caliber with a 24-1/4” barrel. Manufactured 1951. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, sporting rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. The deluxe model also includes checkering on the forend and pistol grip with the Winchester logo grip cap and sling eyes on forend cap and buttstock. This rifle remains in near mint all original condition, showing only light high edge wear on frame and light muzzle wear, retaining 97% original factory blue throughout. Deluxe walnut stocks are excellent with razor sharp checkering and no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. Has the rounded crown at muzzle. It would be nearly impossible to find a finer condition deluxe Model 64 rifle. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 226

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LOT - 696

696 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1094876. .25-35 WCF caliber with a 24-1/4” barrel. Manufactured 1935. This early Model 64 is virtually unknown to the collector world in the .25-35 caliber and nearly impossible to find. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, sporting rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. This rifle remains in excellent all original condition. Barrel retains generous amounts of original blue finish, starting to thin. Tube and forend retain the majority of the original blue. The frame and bolt retains most of the original blue on top and sides, thinning to brown patina at base from carry. Walnut stocks are excellent, well-fitted, flush to metal at tang, with no cracks or chips. Strong bore. Perfect action. One of the great rarities in Winchester collecting. 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

LOT - 697

697 - (C) HIGH COND. WINCHESTER MODEL 64 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 1758811. .32 Winchester Special caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured in 1951. This standard Model 64 lever action rifle remains in beautiful near mint all original condition. The frame exhibits a couple of areas of high edge wear and storage marks, as does the top of muzzle, but still full retains 99% original factory blue, which includes the nose cap. Features the ramp front sight with hood and the standard Winchester sporting rear sight. Sports the plain pistol grip walnut stock with fluted comb, beautiful grain walnut with checkered shotgun buttplate, and the long tang. Wood is in near mint condition and proud to metal. Fine bore and action, It is readily evident that this rifle saw very little use, if any. 1,000.00 2,000.00

LOT - 698 698 - (C) BEAUTIFUL MAUSER SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 72842. Cal 6.5 mm, barrel length 22”. Offered is a beautiful factory built Mauser sporting rifle. All matching numbers on bolt, safety, frame and barrel. Frame has the built in claw mounts. Two leaf folding rear sight, ramp front sight, sling swivel on barrel and butt stock, walnut stock has the slender Schnauble forend with checkered pistol grip stock with black composite fluted grip cap, straight comb with a small under cut cheek piece and a black serrated composite butt plate. Stock has beautiful grain, excellent to near mint, with no cracks. All metal surfaces retain approximately 98% of the original factory blue finish. Features double set triggers. Strong clean bore and perfect action. Right side of butt stock does have some minor dulling to the original finish. Beautiful pre war sporter. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 699 699 - (C) IBM US M1 CARBINE. Serial No. 3671323. 18” barrel in .30 Carbine caliber. Offered is an unopened CMP carbine that was sealed in 1983 and has not been opened. The enclosed list states it is an IBM 1950’s rebuild with Type 3 rear sight. Has a 1-44 Underwood barrel with moisture rod. A type 3 front band and flat bolt blued extractor. Stock is stamped “R.I.A.” over “E.B.” Circle K in sling cut. Consignor states that all other unopened carbines had a zero reading at muzzle. We have not opened this package to determine. Peering though the 30 year old plastic, this carbine looks to be in as new condition. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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700 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 TAKEDOWN L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 313285. 26” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured 1905. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, original sporting front and rear sights, takedown, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle buttplate. Tube has 80% blue, thinning at base with age freckling. Barrel has about 70% original blue mixing with smooth patina, wear on high edges and razor sharp legends. Frame is devoid of finish and is gun metal grey. Stocks are original, proud to metal, with no cracks. Strong rifling. Perfect action. 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 701 701 - (M) UZI IMI ACTION ARMS PRE-BAN SEMI-AUTO CARBINE. Serial No. SA32461. Caliber 9mm Parabellum with a 16.1” barrel. The UZI semi-automatic carbine is a light weight, magazine feed firearm with a folding rear stock for shoulder firing. It is blowback operated and fires from a closed breech with a floating firing pin. Front sight is a post type, rear sight is an aperture “L” flip type for 100 and 200 meters. This firearm has a grip safety and the fire safety selector is located on the left side of grip and receiver. Single point sling swivel on side of receiver. Includes an original Action Arm Uzi soft case, instruction manual with warranty registration card, display barrel, and magazine speed loader. Does not include magazine. Shows very little wear and looks new inside and out. 1,100.00 - 1,600.00

LOT - 702

702 - (M) BOXED KIMBER MODEL 82 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1196. 22” barrel in caliber .22 LR. This rifle features blue finish, pistol grip checkered walnut stock with Niedner style checkered steel buttplate. Barrel was manufactured without sights. Walnut stock is oil finished and has factory sling eyes. Magazine fed and comes with one magazine. Topped with a Leupold M8 4x scope with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. This rifle is in as new condition showing no signs of having been fired. Comes in its original box with paperwork. 1,200.00 - 1,500.00 228

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LOT - 703

703 - (C) SAVAGE PERCH BELLY MODEL 1899 OCTAGON RIFLE. Serial No. 108824. 26” barrel in .303 Savage caliber. This Model was referred to as the Model B with an octagon barrel. Manufactured in 1910, it has the proper style two barrel address. Features full octagon barrel with standard sporting rear sight and knife blade front sight. Features blued finish, walnut forend with Schnable, case colored lever, and perch belly walnut buttstock. Has matching number for buttstock and forend. Octagon barrel retains approximately 85% original factory blue with razor sharp edges and legends. Sides of frame retain approximately 70% of the original high polish blue finish. Top tang has most of the high polish blue while the bridge has approximately 70% blue. Bottom of frame is basically greyed out except for lever arm which retains 50% original blue. Nice traces of case color on sides of lever. Stock is excellent, proud to metal, with a few minor dings but no cracks. This model has the cartridge counter and cocking indicator. Simply a lovely, old, clean 99 octagon rifle in far above average condition. These fine condition Savage 99 rifles are getting extremely difficult to locate. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 704

704 - (M) U.S. MODEL M14 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. A004581. 22” barrel in 7.62mm (.308) caliber. This rifle shows in almost new condition inside and out. Metal retains approximately 98% of the phosphate military style finish. Has “SA” stamped bolt, composite handguard, flash suppressor, pistol grip walnut stock, sling swivels, trapdoor buttplate, adjustable rear sight. This rifle was made by Arms. Corp. of America in Baltimore. Comes with five magazines. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 705 705 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1404662. Barrel length 24”. Caliber .30-06. This is a scarce 1903 that was built between the wars. The barrel is dated SA1-32 with flaming bomb. All milled parts. Stock has a type 5 hand guard with wide groove two bolt stock stamped “SA-SPG” in box with P on outside (Samuel P. Green 1936-1949). The rear sight has a Type 3 large adjusting knob with a Type 4 small knob. Has a fine bore with a ME reading of 1. Has a block “P” in a circle on wrist. Fine walnut stock with minor usual abrasions. All metal retains approximately 95% or better of the original military style dark phosphate finish. Has a swept N.S. “Nickel Steel” bolt. Has a type 4 finely checkered buttplate with trap. Has an original sling with brass frogs. The 1930’s built Springfield are considered some of the finest bolt action rifles manufactured in the United States. Rifle features scarce head-less cocking piece and reverse safety. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 706 706 - (C) WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 159012. .257 Roberts caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured in 1950. This Model 70 was produced in 1950 in one of the most popular calibers among collectors and shooters today. Standard features include hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, checkered walnut pistol grip stock, and a checkered steel buttplate. Walnut stock features the straight comb fluted butt with sling swivels, and remains in excellent condition with notation to small notch where rear peep sight was attached. Bottom of bolt is etched with matching number. Frame retains 95% of the original matte finish. Barrel retains approximately 95% original factory blue with some thinning at muzzle and a couple of rubs. Strong rifle bore. Perfect action. A total of 14,641 rifles were manufactured in this caliber that began in 1936, making it the ninth rarest of all calibers, with slightly over 2.5% of production in this caliber. 1,200.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 707 707 - (C) FINE U.S. KRAG MODEL 1899 CARBINE. Serial No. 343921. 22” barrel in caliber .30-40 Krag. The Model 1899 was the last official carbine to be issued in the 19th century. This carbine is standard in all respects and sports the Model 1901 carbine stamped (C) rear sight graduated to 2300 yards. Has the standard blade and post front sight. Left side of stock has the “J.S.A. 1901” cartouche with script “P” at wrist. The handguard has the proper forward hump. Barrel retains approximately 95% original factory blue. Barrel band has approximately 90% blue and is stamped “U”. The smooth steel trapdoor buttplate retains approximately 75% original high polish factory blue. Magazine and frame are a blue-brown patina mix. Extractor has traces of fire blue. Left side of stock under magazine cover has a small expert repair. Trigger guard retains approximately 70% original factory blue. Perfect action. Strong, pronounced rifled bore. No visible cracks or chips. Very nice example. 1,300.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 708

708 - (C) HIGH COND. MARLIN MODEL 39 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. S13415. .22 rimfire caliber with a 24” barrel. Offered is a lovely deluxe, case colored, pre-war Marlin model 39 lever action rifle. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, case colored lever and frame, sporting front and rear sights, sling swivels installed, plain walnut stock with pistol grip, and Marlin logo buttplate. There is a star on the tang. All legends are sharp as new. Octagon barrel has razor sharp edges and retains approximately 95% original blue finish with high edge muzzle wear. The tube and forend cap retain virtually all of the original factory blue. Frame retains nearly all of the original case colors, most still brilliant. Lever shows traces of color with definitive pattern. Pistol grip stock is near mint with no cracks. Tiny chip at toe of buttplate. Rifle has a tang sight. Strong bore and perfect action. Beautiful early war case colored Marlin Model 39. 1,300.00 - 2,250.00

LOT - 709 709 - (C) U.S. WINCHESTER M-1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 2513435. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured June of 1944 to January 1945. Has a proper “PW” stamped barrel and proper “WRA” stamped bolt (D28287). The rear sight is replaced (no lock bar). Has block “P” on wrist. Trigger guard has proper “WRA C 46025” stamp. Trigger assembly is stamped “D28290-18-SA” (replaced). “24” is stamped on bottom of pistol grip. Frame retains approximately 95% of the military matte finish. Barrel is basically gun metal grey. Stock is near mint with a few minor dings. TE reading of ‘4’ and an ME reading of ‘2’. This rifle just needs a few Winchester part replacements to make it an all original Winchester. 1,400.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 710

710 - (C) HIGH COND. MARLIN MODEL 39 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. HS19071. .22 rimfire caliber with a 24” barrel. Offered is a nice, early case colored pre-war Marlin Model 39 lever action rifle. Features a blue full octagon barrel, full magazine tube, sporting sights, case colored frame, plain walnut stock with pistol grip, and a Marlin logo black composite buttplate with stock bullseye. Also sports a factory Ranger Model 4x 3/4” brass tube scope with external adjustable mounts. Barrel and tube retain approximately 90% original factory blue finish. Forend cap retains approximately 50% blue. Frame retains approximately 75% color on left side and 40% on right side. Fire blued bolt. Takedown. Stocks are excellent to near mint, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Optics on scope are perfect. There is some brass showing through the black enamel. Strong clean bore. Extremely nice high condition early Marlin with cool scope. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00 230

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LOT - 711 711 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 601675. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured March 1942 to July 1942. Has a correct SA April 1942 barrel, correct rear Lockbar type two rear sight, correct bolt stamped “D28287-2SA”, correct trigger group stamped “D.28290-5-SA”. Block “P” in circle on wrist. Replaced post-1953 stock with 1/2” “D.O.D.” cartouche in box on left side. Frame retains approximately 70% of the dark military phosphate finish, as does barrel. Trap and front sight are basically gun metal grey. Stock is very good to excellent with usual dings. TE reading of ‘3’ and an ME reading of ‘2’. Nice M1 Garand as is, would greatly benefit from a proper era stock. Very early war example. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 712 712 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1952 RIFLE. Serial No. 14214. 20” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Beautifully manufactured Austrian full stock bolt action sporting carbine. Walnut stock has a checkered pistol grip with cap and solid red rubber recoil pad. Wood is in excellent condition with no cracks, only a couple of minor dings. Has the traditional butter knife bolt handle. Features single trigger, sling swivels, ramp sporting front sight with hood, two leaf folding rear sight, and German Docter 6x12 scope. Scope has perfect optics. Bluing shows literally no wear, except some light high edge wear on bolt. Fine bore and action. A beautiful full stock Mannlicher in near mint condition. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 713 713 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 116954. 24” barrel in .44-40 caliber. Manufactured 1883. Standard rifle in popular .44-40 caliber. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, original Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, rifle butt. Stocks are very good and were refinished long ago and are slightly shy to metal. there is a 1-1/2” repaired crack at toe and a 1/4” blemish to the left wrist. Forend is proud to metal and was replaced at one time with proper style. All metal is a smooth, pleasing mix of dark blue-brown patina. Barrel legends are sharp. Very good rifling but does have a ring in bore 2” from muzzle. A picturesque example of the gun that won the West. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 714

714 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 160402. 26” barrel in .30 WCF caliber. Manufactured 1899. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, blued finish, sporting front sight, Winchester two leaf folding rear sight, walnut stocks. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Sides of frame have approximately 60% original factory blue blending with patina. Top and bottom of frame are basic patina. Action is perfect. Strong rifling. 1,400.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 715 715 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 1109097. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was built December 1942 to March of 1943. It has a SA April ‘42 barrel, proper rear Lockbar type three rear sight, correct bolt stamped “D28287-12SA”, proper trigger group stamped “D28290-12SA”. Has a CMP marked replacement stock. TE reading of ‘3’ and an ME reading of ‘2’. Frame and barrel retain approximately 85-90% of the dark military phosphate finish. All this rifle really needs is a proper World War II era stock to put this in the collectible category. 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 716 716 - (A) WINCHESTER CASE COLORED MODEL 1890 RIFLE. Serial No. 60464. 24” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This rifle was manufactured in 1898. Factory research indicates rifle shipped as standard with factory case colored frame. Has a 24” full octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, grooved walnut forend, and walnut buttstock with rifle butt. This early case colored takedown Model 1890 remains in excellent all original condition. The barrel and tube retain approximately 90% original blue starting to blend. Razor sharp edges and legends. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks, and only just a couple of very minor impressions. Frame retains traces of case colors but has basically silvered out. Even the bolt retains the majority of the factory blue finish. Perfect action. Strong clean bore. A lovely, early, all original 1890. 1,500.00 - 2,250.00

LOT - 717

717 - (C) RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 64 SHORT RIFLE/CARBINE. Serial No. 1315848. .32 Winchester Special caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1942 to 1948. This is a factory short rifle or carbine that has the special short front sight ramp only used on this model. Other features include full round barrel, half magazine, blued finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, checkered steel buttplate. Rear sight blank is filled. This rifle sports the Lyman receiver peep sight. There is light high edge wear to blue on frame as well as the muzzle and magazine cap, but still retains better than 95% original factory blue. Walnut stocks are near mint with no cracks or chips. Fine bore and action. Has the rounded crown at muzzle. Very rare high condition Model 64 short rifle seldom seen, especially in this condition. 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 718

718 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 71 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 25581. .348 WCF caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1947. Features include full round barrel, half magazine, ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, pistol grip walnut stock with flutes, and checkered steel buttplate. The barrel and magazine cap show traces of wear with some minor wear at breech, still retains approximately 98% factory blue. Frame retains approximately 70% of the original high polish blue. Base has thinned from carry to gun metal grey. Overall high edge wear throughout and a line of wear on left side of receiver. Wood is near mint. Action is perfect. Bore is near mint. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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719 - (C) WINCHESTER U.S. MODEL M1 CARBINE. Serial No. 5646894. Serial No. 5646894, 18” barrel, .30 carbine caliber. Barrel stamped “W” and with “W P” firing proof, tang with “W” stamp. Type two front sight unmarked, Type B unmarked front barrel band. Type A rear sight stamped with square “S.”, Type C 2-rivet hand guard. Darker flat bolt. Right side of low wood Type C stock marked with crossed cannon ordnance stamp, “W.R.A./G.H.D.” and with “P” on pistol grip. Trigger guard marked “C”. Excellent condition, appears unissued, all correct for Winchester Model 1944, except trigger guard, mint bore, 98% greenish phosphate finish overall. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 720 720 - (C) U.S. SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Serial No. 877331. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This rifle was manufactured September 1942 to December 1942. Has a replaced May 1953 barrel. Proper bolt stamped “D28287-12SA”. Proper stock cartouche “S.A. E.McF” (Earl McFarland June ‘42 - July ‘43). Has proper trigger group stamped “D28290-8-SA”. Serif “P” in circle on wrist. Has proper rear Lockbar type two rear sight. TE reading of ‘2’ and an Me reading of ‘1’. All metal retains 85-90% of the dark military phosphate finish. Stock is excellent. World War II era leather sling. While the barrel is in superb condition, a proper 1942 replacement would bring this rifle into collector status. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

LOT - 721 721 - (C) FINE EARLY U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE. Serial No. 377814. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Offered is an extremely fine condition very early U.S. Springfield Model 1903. Frame dates to 1911, barrel is dated “SA January 1910”. Has all of the proper early features including dished knobs on sight with knurls and groove, early straight bolt, wide finger groove single rear stock bolt, high hump handguard, and all milled parts. Left side of wrist has the “J.F.C.” cartouche (J.F. Coyle 1904-18). Has the serif “P” in circle on wrist. TE reading of ‘0’ and an ME reading of ‘1’. Frame retains approximately 85-90% of the original high polish factory blue finish. Barrel is a blue-brown patina. Barrel bands retain approximately 30-40% original blue. Floorplate and trigger gaurd are patina with traces of blue. Buttplate is patina. Cartouche is near mint. Stocks are excellent to near mint with no cracks and very few dings. Overall an extremely fine pre-World War I Springfield. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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722 - (C) EARLY SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1922 M1 RIFLE. Serial No. 591. 24” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The barrel is dated SA April 1925. This beautiful, early, all original M1 features the rust blued finish. Bolt is stamped “J5”. Has the original Model 1922 stock with finger grooves. There are no proof marks on stock which is correct for this model. It has the correct headless cocking piece. Perfect action and very good bore. Features the standard short slide Lyman No. 48 short slide (missing slide). This rifle needs a magazine. Stock is very good to excellent with usual dings. Bolt has not been altered to the short stroke. Has approximately 85% of the original dull military rust blue finish. There is some red paint on the ‘ready’ side of safety. The Lyman 48 slide and proper magazine should be fairly easy to obtain. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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723 - (C) OCTAGON BARREL WINCHESTER 1895 .40 CAL. RIFLE. Serial No. 26410. 26” barrel in .40-72 caliber. Although this rifle was manufactured in 1899, The barrel is stamped with the “PW” which would indicate this rifle was returned to the factory sometime after 1905. there is no “PW” on frame. Features full octagon barrel, original sporting front and rear sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. Barrel retains approximately 80-85% factory blue finish with razor sharp edges. The frame, lever, and magazine are a soft smooth brown patina. Flashes of blue on bolt. Buttstock is flush with tang and in excellent condition which would indicate it was probably freshened at one time. Forend is proud to metal with the ebony inset with a 1/2” light grain separation on right side. Fine action. Strong, clean, rifled bore. These .40 caliber octagon barrel Model 95s are extremely desirable and the octagon barrel makes for a handsome profile on this model. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

Sunday Session

JULY 31, 2016 Auction Starts at 9:00am LOTS: 800 - 1,408

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

Auctioneers: Andy Ourant Dave Conley Shaye Krispine

Division Consultants: Scot Kauffman Firearms General Manager

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LOT - 800

LOT - 802

LOT - 803

LOT - 804

LOT - 805

LOT - 806

800 - LOT OF 5: MISC. PINS AND BADGES. Lot contains three pin on badges and two other badges. 50.00 - 150.00

804 - LOT OF 3: NAZI ERA AWARDS. Lot contains one Christmas 1940 plaque, one Shooting Prize plaque, and one framed medal ribbon and document. 200.00 - 250.00

801 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY PINS. Seven high quality maker mark enameled Nazi party pins. 75.00 - 150.00

805 - LARGE LOT OF NAZI ERA TINNIES AND PINS. Lot includes various Third Reich Era pins, badges, etc. 200.00 - 300.00

802 - LARGE LOT OF US ARMY INSIGNIA. Lot includes WWII various trade patches, etc. 100.00 - 200.00

806 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. US MILITARY INSIGNIA. Lot contains various US Military WWI shoulder patches, badges, and an airborne artillery cap patch. 200.00 - 300.00

803 - LOT OF 14: CAP INSIGNIA AND BELT BUCKLE. Lot includes various cap eagles and wreaths. As well as one original Luftwaffe grey painted, steel belt buckle. 150.00 - 250.00

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807 - LOT OF 5: US MILITARY MEDALS WITH CASES. Lot includes five US military cased badges; silver star, distinguished flying cross, bronze star and both army and navy distinguished service medals. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 807

808 - LOT OF 28: BOARD SLIP-ONS AND INSIGNIAS. 28 original German WWII Army shoulder board slip-ons and eleven pieces of other miscellaneous insignia. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 808

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809 - LOT OF 25: FIRST OF MAY 1936 TINNIES. Nicely maker marked, First of May 1936 tinnies. Various maker marks. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 809

810 - LOT OF 25: FIRST OF MAY 1936 TINNIES. Nicely maker marked, First of May 1936 tinnies. Various maker marks. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 810

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811 - LOT OF 26: NAZI LABOR DAY 1935 TINNIES. Assorted lot of Labor Day 1935 tinnies with numerous maker marks. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 811

812 - LOT OF 26: NAZI LABOR DAY 1935 TINNIES. Assorted lot of Labor Day 1935 tinnies with numerous maker marks. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 812

813 - LARGE LOT OF THIRD REICH CAP EAGLES & BADGES. Large lot of assorted cap badges and pins. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 813

814 - LOT OF 6: WWII GERMAN ARMY ATHLETIC SHIRT EMBLEMS. Two Luftwaffe and one Navy. 200.00 - 350.00

LOT - 814

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815 - LOT OF 15: GERMAN ARMY RIBBON BARS. All of these ribbon bars contain German Army & Air Force long service awards. 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 815

816 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 816

817 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 817

818 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 818

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819 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 819

820 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

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821 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 821

822 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 822

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823 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 823

824 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 824

825 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN & THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 825

826 - LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS GERMAN THIRD REICH BUTTONS. Large lot of original WWII era buttons. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 826

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LOT - 828

LOT - 827

LOT - 829

LOT - 830 827 - LOT OF 16: GERMAN WWII SERVICE CROSSES. Variations of the WWI honor cross awarded in the 1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. 300.00 - 400.00 828 - LOT OF 6: NAZI ERA MEDALS. Lot includes three Long Service medals with ribbons, one WWI campaign medals, and two other awards with ribbons. 300.00 - 450.00 829 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN WWII COLLAR TABS. 48 original, WWII collar tabs representing various paramilitary organizations. Labor corps, etc. 300.00 - 450.00

LOT - 831

830 - LOT OF 4: NAZI CAP DEVICES. High quality maker marked cap devices. 300.00 - 450.00 831 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN CIVIL PATCHES. Original German WWII railway and transportation patches. 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 833

LOT - 834

LOT - 835

LOT - 836

LOT - 837

832 - LOT OF 8: MISC. NAZI ERA PINS. Lot contains various political and civil Third Reich pins. 250.00 - 350.00 833 - LOT OF 8: GERMAN WOUND BADGES. Six solid, no finish, WWII wound badges and two WWI stamped wound badges. 250.00 - 350.00 834 - LOT OF 27: NAZI POLICE CAP EAGLES. Stamped aluminum German Police Eagles. The majority are maker marked. 250.00 - 350.00

835 - LOT OF 32: FIRST OF MAY 1937/1938/1939 TINNIES. Assorted lot of maker mark tinnies from 1937, 1938 and 1939 250.00 - 350.00 836 - LOT OF 28: NAZI LABOR DAY 1934 TINNIES. Assorted lot of Labor Day 1934 tinnies with numerous maker marks. 250.00 - 350.00 837 - LOT OF GERMAN PINS, BADGES & TINNIES. Miscellaneous WWII and WWI memorabilia of pins, badges and ribbons. 250.00 - 350.00

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838 - LOT OF 18:GERMAN THIRD REICH POLICE SLEEVE PATCHES. Assorted German Civil Police sleeve patches. 250.00 - 400.00

LOT - 838

839 - LARGE LOT OF NAZI PINS. Includes various and misc. stick pins and regular pins. To include; one SS LDO marked stick pin. 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 839

840 - LOT OF MISC. THIRD REICH CLOTH INSIGNIA. Lot contains various collar tabs, sleeve patches and one cuff title. 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 840

841 - LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS GERMAN INSIGNIA. Lot contains two Nazi arm bands, several athletic shirt insignia, organization patches and three Nazi party flags. 250.00 - 500.00

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842 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII COMBAT BADGES. One German Army general assault badge and one German Luftwaffe combat badge. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 842

843 - LOT OF 3: GERMAN WWII INFANTRY BADGES. Three silver grade Army infantry assault badges. Two solid and one stamped hollow back. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 843

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844 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN WWII INFANTRY BADGES. Three silver infantry assault badges and one bronze. Two badges having missing clasps. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 844

845 - LOT OF 5: NAZI SPORT BADGES. Maker marked pre WWII sport badges. One with missing pin. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 845

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846 - LOT OF 32: GERMAN THIRD REICH TINNIES & PINS. Assorted WWII era Tinnies and pins. The majority are maker marked. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 846

847 - LOT OF 3: SOVIET DAGGER AND TWO BELTS. One 1992 dated Soviet style Naval dagger, and two Russian belts with buckles. One has a Soviet hammer and one communist star. 150.00 - 200.00

LOT - 847

847A - LOT OF 7: CASE FOLDING KNIVES. Case XX 4” No. 6217 two-blade jack knife handled in bone, circa 1940 to 1964. Case XX U.S.A. 3-3/4” No. 6231-1/2 two-blade jack knife handled in bone, circa 1964 to 1970. Case XX 3-1/4” No. 6241 two-blade jack knife handled in bone, circa 1940 to 1964. Case XX U.S.A. 3-3/4” No. 6231-1/2 two-blade jack knife handled in bone, circa 1964 to 1970. Case XX U.S.A. 3-5/8” No. 6232 two-blade serpentine jack knife handled in bone, circa 1964 to 1970. Case XX U.S.A. 3-1/2” No. 62052 two-blade congress pen knife handled in bone, circa 1964 to 1970. Case XX Stainless U.S.A. 3-1/2” No. 6318 HP SSP three-blade stockman handled in bone. Blade is etched “TESTED XX STAINLESS”, circa 1964 to 1970. Condition (Near Mint Plus). (Near Mint Plus). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 847A

848 - LOT OF CEREMONIAL SWORD & 2 BAYONETS. 30” L, 19 - 1/2” L, 14 - 3/4” L The sword features an iron handle, ceremonial design, and measures 30” with aging. The second item is a World War I German Mauser bayonet in average condition. Wooden handle has crack and sheath is rusty. The third is a World War II Mauser bayonet with a small chip out of handle and metal scabbard has lost most of its enamel. (Very Good). 150.00 - 300.00

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849 - LOT OF 5: AMERICAN BAYONETS. Three bayonets feature the leather wrapped handles, scabbards stamped “U.S. M8 A1” with green canvas hangers. One bayonet has the green metal handle and canvas web gear. Last has a black plastic handle with “U.S. M8 A1” scabbard and canvas frog. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 250.00

LOT - 849

850 - LOT OF 2: INDIAN PIPE TOMAHAWKS. Offered is a fine pair of contemporary aged pipe tomahawks with iron heads, wood shafts. One has a bone tip with presentation plaques while the other has ornate silver diamonds and bands. The heads have been aged to a natural patina. Both make a fine display. 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 850

851 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII BAYONETS. Lot includes one unit marked, RLB Luftschutz Civil Defense bayonet made by ACS and one unmarked K98 bayonet, scabbard and frog. 250.00 - 300.00

LOT - 851

852 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII DRESS BAYONETS. Lot includes one Gustav Spitzer marked dress bayonet with frog and one Alcoso marked dress bayonet also with frog. 250.00 - 400.00

LOT - 852

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853 - NAZI SA DAGGER. Manufactured by E.R.& S. Comes in incorrect scabbard and is likely to be a parts dagger. 250.00 - 400.00

LOT - 853

854 - MINIATURE NAZI DAGGER. Alcoso marked miniature dagger. 250.00 - 400.00

LOT - 854

855 - WWI BRASS KNUCKLE TRENCH KNIFE. 11 - 1/2â&#x20AC;? L Original 1918 dated WWI US trench knife with Era handmade sheath. 250.00 - 400.00

SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS LOT - 855 856 - GERMAN HUNTING DAGGER. S & K marked hunting dagger with original scabbard. 250.00 - 450.00 LOT - 856

857 - GERMAN HUNTING DAGGER. Hunting dagger with original scabbard. 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 857

858 - NAZI HITLER YOUTH DAGGER. One RZM M7-36 marked Nazi Hitler Youth dagger in excellent condition. 300.00 - 350.00

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859 - LOT OF 2: US MILITARY BAYONETS. Lot contains one M1 Garand, M5-A1 bayonet and one M1 Carbine, M4 bayonet. Both with original M8-A1 scabbards. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 859

860 - GERMAN ARMY WWII DAGGER. German Army dagger made by Karl Eickhorn. 300.00 - 450.00

LOT - 860

861 - NAZI SA DAGGER. One ASSO marked, SA dagger in very nice condition. 300.00 - 450.00

LOT - 861

862 - WWII GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS DAGGER. This dagger is made by Tiger in Solingen. 350.00 - 450.00

LOT - 862

863 - GERMAN ARMY WWII DAGGER. German Army dagger made by P.D. Luneschlos. 350.00 - 500.00 LOT - 863

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864 - GERMAN ARMY WWII DAGGER. German Army dagger made by WKC. 350.00 - 500.00

LOT - 864

865 - GERMAN WWII POLICE BAYONET. One unit marked Ewald Cleff police dagger with scabbard marked to a different unit. Also includes sword knot. 350.00 - 500.00

LOT - 865

866 - NAZI SA DAGGER. RZM M7-2 SA Dagger in excellent condition with scabbard and hanger. 350.00 - 500.00

LOT - 866

867 - LOT OF 4: BELTS & BUCKLE & BAYONET. Three original belts without buckles. Also includes one belt with a buckle and an original K98K bayonet and frog. 350.00 - 550.00

LOT - 867

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868 - GERMAN ETCHED BAYONET. L: 12-3/4” Lovely example of a Nazi dress bayonet. Features the etched blade, black composite checkered scales, two bolsters, nickel hand guard and pommel, original leather washer, single fuller, blade measuring 8” Black enameled metal scabbard, leather frog, original knot and patch. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 868

869 - PAIR OF BULGARIAN DAGGERS. Both 13” L. Both daggers are nearly identical in construction. They have single fuller, 9” blades, 12-3/4” overall with white composite handles, gold pommel and handguard. The Air Force scabbard’s body is polished metal, brass accents, double hanger with engraved throat and original chain. The Navy scabbard is leather covered, brass accents, with the Navy logo on the throat, original hanger and original Navy belt. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 869

LOT - 870

870 - INDO - PERSIAN BATTLE WAR AXE. 23” overall. Highly decorated hilt and blade showing no rust or pitting. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

871 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII DRESS BAYONETS. Lot contains one police dress bayonet made by WKC with frog, the other is an Eickhorn dress bayonet. 450.00 - 600.00

LOT - 871

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872 - LOT OF 4: MINIATURE DAGGERS AND HANGERS. Lot consists of one very nice condition miniature SS dagger marked, “RZM M7/13”, and one Luftwaffe First Model sword with knot. Lot also contains two dagger hangers. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 872

873 - IMPERIAL GERMAN CHILD SABER. One excellent condition, Kinder Sabel with nickel finish and original hanger. 450.00 - 700.00

LOT - 873

874 - LOT OF 2: ARMY DAGGER AND SA DAGGER. Lot includes a standard SA dagger with wooden handle and metal pommel and handguard with inset Nazi eagle and Swastika. Brown enamel steel scabbard with nickel plated tip and hilt. Has a 8-3/4” etched blade, 13-1/4” overall. The second has the white handle with oak leaf decorated pommel, eagle & swastika hand guard, not etched, with a metal scabbard, double hangers, and knot. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 874

875 - THIRD REICH POLICE DRESS BAYONET. Excellent condition. Bayonet is numbered, Weyersberg Kirschbaum police dress bayonet with leather scabbard and metal tip, with leather frog. 550.00 - 700.00

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876 - NAZI LABOR CORPS DAGGER. Original Boker marked RAD dagger. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 876

877 - NAZI SS DAGGER. SS RZM 807-36 marked dagger in excellent condition with hanger. 650.00 - 850.00

LOT - 877

878 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN POLICE DRESS BAYONETS. First one is a scarce variation with a stag handle, eagle head pommel, decorative hand guard, scarce eagle shield housed in a leather covered scabbard with original frog and knot. Unetched blade, 9-1/2” single fuller, 14-1/2” overall. Second, is similar with the exception that it does not have the clam shell guard or black enamel scabbard. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 878

879 - KRIEG’S MARINE DAGGER. This beautiful dress dagger features the decorated gold plated metal scabbard with double hangers. Includes the original cloth hangers with gold accents and lions head. The dagger has double sided etch panel, double fuller with a 9-3/4” blade, white bone handle, wire wrapped with gold colored navy logo embossed hand guard, original leather washer and gold plated eagle pommel. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 879

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880 - DLV DAGGER. This Nazi dagger has a 6-3/4” spear point blade with leather wrapped handle, nickel plated hand guard and pommel, overall 11-7/8” in length. Comes in a blue leather covered scabbard with nickel plated tip and throat with cloth and metal hanger. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 880

882 - NAZI SA PRESENTATION DAGGER. Engraved dagger made by Karl Eickhorn. Engraving translates to, “For Special Achievement at the SA Sport School in Furth.” Missing scabbard. This is the only known example of this dagger. 950.00 - 1,250.00 LOT - 882

883 - SS DAGGER. This scarce dagger has the SS rhone on a wooden handle with outstretched eagle and swastika. Metal handguard and pommel. Dated 1934 on the handle. 8-1/2” etched blade, 13-1/2” overall with black enamel steel scabbard, nickel plated tip and throat, original metal and leather hanger. 1,200.00 - 1,500.00 LOT - 883

884 - COMPOSITE KNIFE. Steel 6-9/16” blade with diamond section tip, unmarked. Antler handle with four brass tacks on top of pommel and two on the bottom side. Old leather sheath fastened on both sides with brass rivets. Good condition with right side of blade filed and bright; other surfaces of blade with grey patina, handle a contemporary replacement, with applied red finish and modern tacks. Scabbard shows age, brass rivets have dark patina and leather shows scattered cracks. 50.00 - 150.00 LOT - 884

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885 - RANDALL MADE S MODEL 14. Orlando, FL.Stainless saber ground clip point blade measures 7-1/2” with an overall of 12”. “Old Gold” yellow micarta finger notched handle fitted with a curved nickel silver hilt and pommel. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 885

886 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 18 SURVIVAL KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Double edged saber ground spear point blade measures 5-1/2” with an overall of 10-1/4”. All metal hollow handle fitted with a brass oval ground and threaded pommel. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 886

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887 - RANDAL MADE MODEL 18 SURVIVAL KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Double edged saber ground spear point blade. Blade measures 7-1/2” with an overall of 13-1/4”. All metal hollow handle fitted with a brass oval guard and threaded skull crusher pommel. Correct leather sheath. (Excellent - Near Mint). 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 887

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888 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 1 FIGHTING KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Saber ground clip point blade measures 6” with an overall of 11”. Stacked leather handle fitted with a nickel silver curved hilt and pommel. Correct leather sheath and sharpening stone. (Mint). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 888

889 - RANDALL MADE SOLINGEN S MODEL 14. Saber ground clip point measures 7-1/2” with an overall of 12”. Finger notched black micarta handle with lanyard hole and brass oval guard. Correct sheath with sharpening stone. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 889

890 - RANDALL MADE S MODEL 14. Orlando, FL. Stainless saber ground clip point blade measures 7-1/2” with an overall of 12-1/2”. Burl walnut handle fitted with a curved nickel silver hilt and pommel. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 890

891 - RANDALL MADE S MODEL 1 FIGHTING KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Stainless saber ground clip point blade measures 6” with an overall 10-1/2”. Brown micarta handle fitted with a curved brass hilt and seal cap. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 400.00 - 600.00

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892 - WWII GRAVITY KNIFE. Overall 10”. Blade is marked “0020”. Mechanically perfect, has unusual feature of folding Marlin spike. Perfect wood grips. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 892

893 - NAZI KRIEGSMARINE DRESS DAGGER. Dagger has double fullers, spear point, etched blade, “WKC” marked. Blade measures 9-3/4”. Has the gold plated handguard and pommel. Pommel has eagle with swastika. White broke grip with brass braid. Has a solid brass scabbard with dual hangers and a small dent near tip. (Excellent - Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00 LOT - 893

LOT - 894

894 - LOT OF 2: ETCHED BLADE SHEFFIELD BOWIE KNIVES. 10 - 1/8” L. & 11” L. Both knives are pre-England (1890). Blades measure between 6” and 7”. The silver cast handled Bowie features a drop point and is stamped Wilkinson & Son, Sheffield with a patriotic etched motif on blade with eagle and “I can dig gold from quartz, California Bowie Knife, A Californian ask for nothing but what is right and submit to nothing that is wrong”. Blade has some age spotting, a few minor nicks. Wilkinson & Son operated in Sheffield on Rockingham Street 1760-1900. There are a few minor dents in the silver handle. The second knife is stamped “Woodhead, Howard Street, Sheffield”. They are listed on Howard Street 1840 to 1859. It has a wood handle with three bolsters. Blade is etched “A Californian ask for nothing but what is right and submit to nothing that is wrong”. Blade is in excellent condition with a few small nicks. Also comes with one leather sheath with metal liner; tip worn. 500.00 - 1,000.00

895 - RANDALL S MODEL 18 SURVIVAL KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Stainless saber ground spear point blade measures 7-1/2” with an overall of 12”. Blade bears a sawtooth back. All metal hollow handle fitted with a brass oval guard and threaded pommel. Correct leather sheath and sharpening stone. (Mint). 600.00 - 800.00 LOT - 895

896 - RANDALL MADE SOLINGEN MODEL 18 SURVIVAL KNIFE. Blade length is 7-1/4” with an overall of 12”. Knife features a saber ground spear point blade with a sawtooth back. All metal hollow handle fitted with a brass oval guard and threaded pommel. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

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897 - RANDALL MADE DOUBLE EDGE FIGHTING KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Curved saber ground spear point blade that measures 8” with an overall of 13”. “Old Gold” yellow micarta handle fitted with a brass C guard and pommel. Correct leather sheath. (Mint). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 897

898 - RANDALL MADE SOLINGEN MODEL 14. Saber ground clip point blade measures 7-3/4” with an overall of 12”. Green finger notched micarta handle with lanyard hole and brass oval guard. Correct sheath with sharpening stone. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 898

899 - RANDALL MADE SOLINGEN S MODEL 18 SURVIVAL KNIFE. Blade length is 5-3/4” with an overall of 11”. Knife features a stainless steel saber ground spear point blade with a sawtooth back. All metal hollow handle with a “crutch tip” crown. Correct custom leather sheath by Gutcher. (Mint). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 899

LOT - 900

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900 - GERMAN LION HILT HUNTING SWORD. 25-1/2” overall with a single fullered mirror blade that is 19-3/4” in length. Original washer, lion hilt and guard show traces of gold wash. Perfect horn grip. Brass mounted leather scabbard in excellent condition with remains of frog. (Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00


901 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 12 SMITHSONIAN BOWIE. Orlando, FL. Saber ground clip point blade that measures 11” with an overall of 16-1/2”. “Old Gold” yellow micarta handle fitted with a brass C guard and pommel. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700.00 - 800.00

LOT - 901

902 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 12 SMITHSONIAN BOWIE. Orlando, FL. Saber ground clip point blade measures 11” with an overall of 16-1/4”. “Old Gold” yellow micarta handle fitted with a brass C guard and pommel. Correct leather sheath. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 902

903 - RANDALL SOLINGEN S MODEL 18 SURVIVAL KNIFE. Blade length is 7-3/4” with an overall of 13-1/4”. Knife features a stainless steel saber ground spear point blade with a sawtooth back. All metal hollow handle with a “crutch tip” crown. Correct custom leather sheath. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 903

904 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 12 “THORPE” BOWIE. Orlando, FL. Saber ground clip point blade measures 13” with an overall of 18-1/2”. “Old Gold” yellow micarta handle fitted with a brass C guard and seal cap. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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905 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 12 THORPE BOWIE KNIFE. Orlando, FL. Saber ground clip point blade measures 13” with an overall of 18-1/4”. “Old Gold” yellow micarta handle fitted with brass C guard and pommel. Correct leather sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 905

906 - RANDALL MODEL 13 “KING FAISAL” ARKANSAS TOOTHPICK. Orlando, FL. Tapered dagger blade measures 12” with an overall 17-1/2”. Genuine ivory handle fitted with a brass C guard and seal cap. Correct sheath with sharpening stone. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 906

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907 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 12 “KING FAISAL” BOWIE. Orlando, FL. Saber ground clip point blade measures 11” with an overall of 17-1/2”. Genuine ivory handle fitted with a brass C guard and seal cap. Correct sheath with sharpening stone. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 907

908 - RANDALL MADE MODEL 12 SMITHSONIAN BOWIE. Orlando, FL. Blade length is 11” with an overall of 16”. Knife features a saber ground clip point blade with brass back. Hard wood handle fitted with a brass C guard and pommel. Correct sheath with sharpening stone. (Mint). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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909 - LOT OF 13: GERMAN WWII RUSSIAN FRONT METALS. Commonly known as the Ostmedaille. One in packet, most with original ribbons. 500.00 - 750.00

LOT - 909

910 - LARGE LOT OF ORIGINAL GERMAN WWII ARMY INSIGNIA. Large lot of German Army rank and qualification insignia. Approximately 80 pieces. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 910

911 - LOT OF 2: BUTTON HOLE RIBBONS IN MOUNTS. Two Riker mounts of Imperial & Nazi Germany lapel button hole ribbons. This lot also includes approximately 35 original era buttons. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 911

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912 - LARGE LOT OF ORIGINAL GERMAN AIR FORCE INSIGNIA. Approximately 30 Luftwaffe trade and qualification badges. There is also a paratrooper qualification badge, a pilots badge and a radio operator badge. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 912

913 - LOT OF 6: WWI GERMAN EK2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S & VETERAN METAL. Imperial German iron cross second classes and a Veteran cross year 1870. 550.00 - 650.00

LOT - 913

914 - LOT OF 6: HITLER YOUTH ARM BANDS. Original Hitler youth armbands. 550.00 - 650.00

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915 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY PINS. Seven high quality maker mark enameled party pins. 550.00 - 700.00

LOT - 915

916 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY PINS. Seven high quality maker mark enameled party pins. 550.00 - 700.00

LOT - 916

917 - LOT OF 7: WWI EK2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S. Imperial crosses second class. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 917

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918 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN IMPERIAL METALS. Four imperial metals and a four piece metal bar. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 918

919 - LOT OF 6: IMPERIAL GERMAN METALS. Five Imperial German metals and one Nazi era metal on ribbon bars. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 919

920 - LOT OF 13: NAZI CIVIL SERVICE METALS. Ten silver 25 year and three gold 40 year Civil Service awards. Two gold awards in cases and two silver awards in cases. 550.00 - 750.00

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921 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN WWII CAMPAIGN SHIELDS. Three Krim shield and one Narvik shield. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 921

922 - LOT OF 10:HEAD GEAR SHIELDS & MINI MOTHERS CROSSES. Nine Nazi police head gear emblems and one Imperial Prussian and miniature motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s crosses. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 922

923 - LOT OF 11: MISCELLANEOUS THIRD REICH ARM BANDS. Arm bands include red cross, medical helper and Nazi party. 550.00 - 750.00

LOT - 923

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924 - LOT OF 15: WAR MERRITT AWARD WITH SWORDS. All with ribbons and three with original packets. 600.00 - 750.00

LOT - 924

925 - LOT OF 2: LUFTWAFFE BADGES. First badge is in the original case, the outstretched eagle has lighting bolts in its talons, 2”. The second badge is nearly identical but the eagle’s talons are bare. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 925

926 - LARGE LOT OF THIRD REICH STICK PINS. Large lot of original Nazi era stick pins. 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 926

927 - LOT OF 10: MISCELLANEOUS NAZI ERA MEMBERSHIP PINS. Maker marked various membership pins. 700.00 - 950.00

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928 - LOT OF 35: ORIGINAL GERMAN ARMY EAGLES. Lot of BEVO and wool breast and cap eagles. All original manufacturer. 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 928

929 - LOT OF 6: GERMAN IMPERIAL METAL BARS. Imperial German metals with ribbons and one three piece metal bar. 750.00 - 950.00

LOT - 929

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930 - LOT OF 6:NAZI GERMAN WAR MERRITT 1ST CLASS CROSSES. Four German WWII War Merritt crosses with swords of which two are cased and one war Merritt first class without swords. 750.00 - 950.00

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LOT - 932

LOT - 934

LOT - 933

931 - LOT OF 40: GERMAN LABOR CORPS PATCHES. Original German Labor Corps patches, collar tabs and other insignia. 800.00 - 1,200.00

933 - LARGE LOT OF WEHRMACHT SHOULDER BOARDS. Approximately 50 original German WWII Army, Navy, and Air Force shoulder boards. 800.00 - 1,300.00

932 - LARGE LOT OF NAZI CIVIL/PARAMILITARY BOARDS. Large lot of approximately 74 original Nazi era civil and paramilitary shoulder boards. This lot represents a number of various organizations. 800.00 - 1,300.00

934 - LOT OF 24: NAZI ERA BADGES & MEMBERSHIP PINS. Nazi membership pins. 850.00 - 1,050.00

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LOT - 936 LOT - 935

LOT - 938

LOT - 937

935 - LOT OF 2: ORIGINAL RIBBON BARS. Two Riker mounts full with high quality, original German WWI - WWII ribbon bars. Most with original devices attached. 850.00 - 1,150.00

939 - SS GORGET. L: 8” This beautiful all original Gorget is in near perfect condition. Brightly polished metal with gold plated accents. Has the SS logo in the center and original chain. (Excellent - Near Mint). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

936 - LOT OF 8: SILVER & GOLD THIRD REICH MOTHERS CROSS. Three gold mother’s crosses, of which two are cased. Four silver mother crosses, of which one is cased and one in the original packet and one bronze mother’s cross in the original packet. 850.00 - 1,150.00 937 - LOT OF 12: GERMAN THIRD REICH MARKSMANSHIP BADGES. German Airforce and Army marksmanship badges, nine of which include lanyards. 850.00 - 1,150.00 938 - LOT OF 36: NAZI ERA BADGES & MEMBERSHIP PINS. Nazi membership pins. 950.00 - 1,150.00 LOT - 939

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LOT - 941

LOT - 940

LOT - 942

LOT - 943

LOT - 944

942 - LOT OF 3: KRIEG’S MARINE BADGES. All three have an eagle with a swastika on top. Two gold plated, one silver. Includes the battle ship, one features the submarine service. 600.00 - 800.00 943 - LUFTWAFFE PILOT’S BADGE. This beautiful badge features the outstretched eagle with dangling swastika. All proper back marks, Luftwaffe presentation on lid of case. 600.00 - 800.00 944 - LOT OF 8: NAZI PARTY PINS. Eight high quality maker mark enameled Nazi party pins. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 945 940 - LOT OF 6: GERMAN WWII WOUND BADGES. Five silver solid wound badges and one gold solid wound badge. 600.00 - 750.00 941 - KNIGHT’S CROSS RIBBON. Extremely rare all original ribbon, sterling silver bar. Silk is in beautiful condition with two top hangers. 600.00 - 800.00 270

945 - LOT OF 9: WW II GERMAN ARM BANDS. All have different designs. Five have swastika, one has a lightning bolt, one has a mechanic, one Red Cross, and a green arm band for police. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 946

LOT - 947

LOT - 948

LOT - 949

946 - LOT OF 3: GERMAN WWII EK1 & EK2 SPANGE. Three WWII iron cross first class and one 1935 Spange. 600.00 - 850.00 947 - LOT OF 8: HITLER YOUTH MEMBERSHIP PINS. Maker marked original Hitler youth membership pins. 600.00 - 850.00 948 - LOT OF 8: HITLER YOUTH MEMBERSHIP PINS. Maker marked original Hitler youth membership pins. 600.00 - 850.00 949 - LOT OF 7: HITLER YOUTH MEMBERSHIP PINS. Four Hitler youth membership awards, three labor pins. 600.00 - 850.00 950 - LOT OF 8: NAZI ERA ARM BANDS. Lot contains five Nazi Party armband, one Hitler Youth armband, one Air Defense armband and one State Service armband. 650.00 - 850.00

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LOT - 952

951 - LOT OF 9: MISCELLANEOUS NAZI ERA MEMBERSHIP PINS. Maker marked various membership pins. 650.00 - 850.00

952 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. NAZI ERA METALS. Fourteen WWII era metals most with ribbons and two in original packets. 650.00 - 850.00

953 - LARGE LOT OF WWI & WWII RIBBON BARS. Large lot of Imperial and Nazi Third Reich issued high quality ribbon bars. 650.00 - 950.00

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LOT - 953

954 - LOT OF 16: NAZI ERA BADGES & MEMBERSHIP PINS. Nazi membership pins. 650.00 - 950.00

LOT - 954

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LOT - 955 955 - U.S. MODEL 1902 PRESENTATION DRESS SWORD. 35 - 1/2” L Offered is a fairly standard Model 1902 etched blade U.S. presentation sword inscribed to Robert King III. Blade is a single fuller and measures 30”. Near mint with maker’s touchmark “Manufactured by Spartan”. Has the nickel plated handguard with black composite grip. Pommel is missing. Has a nickel plated metal scabbard with finish bubbling and double hanger. (Very Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00

LOT - 956 956 - REPRODUCTION DAHLGREN BOWIE BAYONET. 12” single edged blade and 16 - 3/4” overall. Blade marked, “USN DR 1862.” Inspector marks on pommel. Perfect wood grips and light staining to blade. Condition is good to very good. 100.00 - 200.00

LOT - 957 957 - REPRODUCTION 1860 CAVALRY SABRE. 34-1/4” blade, 40” overall. Blade marked, “US ADK 1862 Ames Mfg. Co.” Not original. Perfect leather grips and twisted leather wrap. Mint blade. Scabbard has some light staining. Very good condition. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 958 958 - INDIAN TALWAR. 31” double fullered blade, 36” overall. Simple designs on blade with no nicks. Leather wrapped wood scabbard. Very good condition. 200.00 - 300.00

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LOT - 959 959 - FRENCH 1830 ARTILLERY SWORD. 25 - 1/2” 19-1/3” Spear point blade with minor stains. Arsenal marks. 1834 date. No washer. Perfect brass guard with rack numbers. (Very Good). 250.00 - 350.00

LOT - 960 960 - WWII JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 25” blade and 32” overall. Blade has imperfections, no visible temper line. Crew tang, holed once. WWII recovered scabbard over wood. Plain, brass suba. Condition is good. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 961 961 - IRON HILTED EUROPEAN HORSEMAN SABRE. 34 - 3/4” blade and 40” overall. Reverse cutting edge, blade has bends and minor staining. Massive, iron stirrup guard. Perfect cord grip. Good condition. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 962 962 - JAPANESE WWII SAMURAI SWORD. 38” L. Japanese NCO Samurai sword with a nice near mint numbered blade. Aluminum handle has some wear. Nice scabbard. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 963 963 - NAZI POLICE NCO SWORD. 35 - 1/2” L. Sword is manufactured by Paul Weyersberg & Co. Solingen blade, single fuller, with some heavy pitting. Blade measures 29 - 1/4”, and overall length is 34 - 1/2”. Has the black wood handle with Nazi eagle inlay, nickel hand guard, comes in a black enamel sheath, single hanger with nickel decoration. 300.00 - 500.00 274

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LOT - 964 964 - AMES 1860 CAVALRY SABRE. 35” blade and 41” overall. Correct Ames markings and Chicopee mass. Marked “US CEW 1864”. Blade is near mint with perfect leather washer. Inspector marks on pommel. Reproduction sword knot. Old nickeled scabbard with Frankford Arsenal sword hanger. 350.00 - 450.00

LOT - 965 965 - GERMAN WWII OFFICER’S SWORD. 39’” overall, with a 34” blade. Reverse P guard with traces of gold wash. Perfect leather twisted wire wrapped grip. Mint blade with original sword knot. Scabbard has minor wear but overall very good. 400.00 - 500.00

LOT - 966 966 - 1838 AMES RIFLEMAN’S PEACE FLASK. All original peace flask. Top is dated 1838 and is stamped “N.P. Ames” as well as “MS”. It is in excellent all original condition with no repairs or dents. Has both hangers with original charger. Body measures 7-1/4”. Charger measures 1-7/8”. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 967 967 - LOT OF 3: SWORDS. A) Brass Reverse P Guard Militia Sabre. Blade measures 28 - 1/2”, 33” overall. Single fullered blade, minor staining, and perfect leather grips. Iron scabbard has been repainted black and has minor dents. Good to very good condition. B) Japanese WWII Police Sword. Blade measures 27 - 1/2”, 32 - 1/2” overall. Single fullered blade, original washer, and perfect leather grips with twisted wire. Bright blade. Metal scabbard has minor stains and one minor dent. Good to very good condition. C) 1902 Bolo Knife. Blade measures 12” and 17” overall. Minor staining to blade and is marked, “Springfield Armory 1914.” Perfect wood grips. Brass mounted leather scabbard with some seam separation. Marked on reverse with mans name and field hospital 126. Good condition. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 968 968 - WWI GERMAN OFFICERS SWORD. 38-1/2” overall with a 32-1/2” double fullered straight blade. Retains original leather grip and wire. Finger loop is intact. Correct insignia on grip. Perfect iron scabbard. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 969 969 - LION HILT OFFICERS SABRE. 32 - 3/4” blade and 38 - 1/4” overall. Perfect horn grip and wire wrap. Blade has traces of etching. Sword bears Turkish motifs on the langet and blade most likely done for export. Blade has some staining. Brass mounted leather over wood/metal scabbard. Good condition. 400.00 - 700.00

LOT - 970 970 - WWII EICKHORN GERMAN ARMY DAGGER. Marked “Original Eickhorn Solingen” on the blade. Handle is cracked and broken. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 971 971 - 1830 EAGLE POMMEL SWORD. 31” etched blade. Traces of fire blue on blade. Blade has been lightly sharpened. The fluted bone grip has one minor crack. Reverse guard has traces of gold wash. Brass mounted scabbard is missing throat and drag has been separated but is present. The etching on blade is done in gold with a Americana military theme with cannon and shield. The leather scabbard is very fragile. The tip is separated and has a single hanger. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 972 972 - 1840 U.S. STRAIGHT BLADED MILITIA SWORD. 30-1/2” single fullered blade etched with military motif. Gold wash at hilt. Reverse guard iron grip. No washer intact. Nicely checkered bone grip with minor crack. Scabbard has light surface rust. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 973

LOT - 974

973 - WWII GERMAN ARMY DAGGER. Original German WWII Army dagger marked “Alcosa Solingen”. Includes metal scabbard. 500.00 - 700.00

974 - HITLER YOUTH DAGGER. One original WWII Hitler youth dagger. Marked “RZM M7/42 1940”. Includes a leather scabbard. 550.00 - 650.00

LOT - 975 975 - U.S. MODEL 1860 CALVARY SABER BY MILLARD. Dated 1862 inspector stamped C.E.W. marked U.S. Mirror blade. Perfect grips and twisted wire. 35” blade. Perfect scabbard with no dents that retains traces of original enamel, double hanger. Inspector marks on drag. Original washer. The brass hand guard is a beautifully toned mustard color. Excellent leather wrapped handle with original wire braid. (Near Mint). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 976 976 - U.S. MODEL 1833 SHORT SWORD. Made by Ames Chicopee, Massachusetts. Stamped and dated 1834. 19” triple fullered blade. Inspector marks on cross guard. Bottom of the hand guard is stamped Huse New Buryport. The inspection stamp is J.A.J.B. No washer. Perfect leather brass mounted scabbard, minor crazing. The scale brass handle is beautifully aged with eagle on pommel. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 977 977 - U.S. MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD. By W.H. Horstmann in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 29 - 1/2” mirror blade. Original washer. Perfect shark skin grip and twisted wire. Traces of gold wash on the guard. Brass mounted leather scabbard is dirty, but has plenty of gold wash on mounts. Blade has beautiful military motif etching on both sides with “U.S.N.” embossed on handguard. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 978 978 - NON-REGULATION CIVIL WAR FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. 32 -1/2” single fuller etched blade. Original washer. Perfect shark skin grip and twisted wire wrap. Iron guard has “e pluribus unum” and bearing federal eagle and “U.S.”. Iron scabbard has no dents, just minor toning. Double hanger. Brass touch mark on hilt. Maker stamped “Hors??r”. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 979 979 - WWII JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 25” blade and 33” overall. No temper line, minor nicks to blade and the tang has 20th century proofs. Plain, iron suba. Brass mounted lacquer scabbard. Condition is very good. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 980 980 - JAPANESE WAKIZASHI. 17 - 1/4” blade and 21 - 3/4” overall. No visible temper line, plain suba and tang has been holed once. Lacquer scabbard has some scuffing to it. Very good condition. 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 981 981 - AMERICAN BONE - HANDLED EAGLE HEAD SWORD. 35-3/4” overall length. Bone handle has minor age crack. Reverse P guard, stirrup guard. Blade has fire bluing with patriotic motifs. 1-3/8” in width. No nicks on blade, but missing blade washer. Brass mounted leather scabbard is missing drag and age cracks overall. (Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00 278

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LOT - 982 982 - 19TH CENTURY GERMAN HUNTING SWORD. 20” overall with a 15” unfullered single edged blade, maker marked “DITTMAR”. Perfect horn grip and iron mounted with clam shell langet. Iron mounted leather scabbard with minor crazing. (Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 983 983 - 20TH CENTURY GERMAN HUNTING SWORD. 16” blade with a 21” overall length. Original washer with mirror blade. Brass mounted leather scabbard with minor scuffing and retains hunting knife. (Near Mint). 600.00 - 800.00

LOT - 984 984 - JAPANESE SHINTO PERIOD SWORD. Curved 19-1/4” steel blade of familiar form, copper Habaki and unmarked tang. Tsuba formed in the shape of Japanese chrysanthemum with small brass floral and scroll inlays, brass Seppas. Wood grip with pierced copper pommel with stippled background. Scabbard with textured black lacquer finish and copper mounts. Blade with scattered spotting and no visible temper line, two small chips to edge near the tip. Grip without ray skin or wrap. Scabbard with missing lacquer in some areas and missing lock and ring. 600.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 985 985 - LOT OF 3: AMERICAN SWORDS & BAYONET. 28” L,32 - 1/2” L, Bayonet has brass handle, single bolster, iron handguard, single fuller, is stamped “S&K”, and has a 22-1/2” blade. Blade is in relic condition and brass is uncleaned. The first sword has a brass handguard, leather handle, no wire, curved blade, single fuller, and a 32” blade with spotted patina. The last weapon in the lot has an eagle head brass pommel, brass handguard, wood handle (loose), etched curved blade, single fuller, is stamped “21” with no visible maker, and a 28” blade. 700.00 - 900.00

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LOT - 986 986 - NON-REGULATION 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. Imported by H. Sauerbier Newark, New Jersey. 30-1/2” double etched blade in excellent condition with minor nicks. Perfect leather grip and twisted wire wrap. Perfect brass metal scabbard with original lacquer. Double hanger and brass accents. (Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 987 987 - U.S. 1840 STRAIGHT BLADE MILITIA SWORD. Made by Woodman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 29-1/2” single fuller, fire blued etched blade with gold wash. One minor repair to guard. Twisted brass wire grip and grips bear the Woodman trademark. Has a brass eagle head pommel as well as eagle motif on handguard. Brass scabbard has patriotic motifs. Missing throat. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 988 988 - BAVARIAN LION HEAD COURT SWORD. 33” overall with a 28” diamond blade. Perfect mother of pearl grips. Original washer. Gold wash on the guard. Latin motto on the grip. Brass mounted, leather over iron scabbard which is in excellent condition. Missing button on top mount. (Near Mint). 700.00 - 900.00

LOT - 989

LOT - 990

989 - LOT OF 2: HITLER YOUTH DAGGERS. Two original Hitler youth daggers. One is marked “RZM M7/25” and the other is marked “RZM M7/29-1941”. Both include leather scabbards. 700.00 - 950.00 280

990 - LOT OF 2: HITLER YOUTH DAGGERS. One is marked “RZM-M7/51/40” and the other is marked RZM-M7/8-1940. Both include leather scabbards. 750.00 - 950.00

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LOT - 991

LOT - 992

991 - LOT 2: HITLER YOUTH DAGGERS. One is maker marked “RZM M 7/66-40 Eickhorn”. The other is marked “RZM M7/5”. Both include leather scabbards. 750.00 - 950.00

992 - LOT 2: HITLER YOUTH DAGGERS. One is maker marked “RMZ M7/45/40” and the other is “RZM M7/62 1940”. 750.00 - 950.00

LOT - 993 993 - U.S. 1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SWORD. 31-1/2” blade with “U.S.” stamped hilt. “A.D.K.” inspected and dated 1854. Stamped “Ames Manufacturing Co., Chicopee, Mass.”. Leather handle with single crack. Original wire braid. Brass pommel and handguard stamped “M.S. 60”. Blade is very good with age spotting but no nicks. Double hanger iron scabbard is brown patina with no dents. (Excellent). 800.00 - 900.00

LOT - 994 994 - BRITISH MODEL 1803 LION HEAD HILT OFFICERS SWORD. 32 - 1/4” overall with a 27” unfullered blade. Traces of blade etch with a perfect shark skin wire wrapped grip. Guard and lion head pommel show traces of gold wash. Brass mounted leather scabbard with light surface cracks. (Very Good). 800.00 - 900.00

LOT - 995 995 - 1860 MILLARD CAVALRY SABRE. Blade 35” L, Overall 41” L. Blade 35” L, Overall 41” L. Near mint blade, marked “US 1862 J. Millard Layville, NY”. Perfect leather washer and twisted wire wraps. Incorrect sword knot. Scabbard has inspectors mark on drag. Post war sword hanger attached. Mint condition. 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

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LOT - 996 996 - MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. By Roby & Company in Clemsford, Massachusetts. 32” etched blade with “U.S.” and American Eagle. Original shark skin grip and wire. Original washer. Generous amounts of gold wash on guard. “U.S.” embossed. Brass-fitted metal scabbard with original finish marked “Roby & Co.” and double hanger in beautiful all original condition. Beautiful Civil War sword. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 997 997 - NON-REGULATION 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. 32” single fullered blade. European proofs. Original washer. Brass grip and original twisted wire. Hilt is stamped “F.P”. Blade is fully etched in military motif. Minor pitting on last 5” of tip of sword. Brass mounted leather scabbard marked “U.S.”. Leather scabbard is in excellent condition with double hangers, lovely etchings, and is No. 4108 on brass tip. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 998 998 - U.S. MODEL 1840 CALVARY SABER. Dated 1848. 36” mirror blade stamped “N.P. Ames Cabotville” and U.S. inspected stamped “W.D.”. Perfect leather handle with wire wrap. Original leather washer. Inspector marks on pommel. Bright metal scabbard with double hanger and no rust or pitting. Classic Civil War saber. (Near Mint). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 999 999 - U.S. MODEL 1833 DRAGOON SABER. Made by M.P. Ames in Springfield, Massachusetts. Dated 1837. 34” quillback blade with etched “United States” on left side, right side is etched “M.P. Ames Cutler Springfield 1837” with “T.W.” inspector mark. Original buff leather washer. Perfect leather grip and twisted wire wrap. Correct inspector marks on blade. Drag is inspected. Handguard is “W.S.” inspector stamped. Metal scabbard has double hangers, is basically brown patina, and has some pitting. Extremely nice, early, untouched, pre-Civil War U.S. sword. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 1000 1000 - JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 28” blade and 38” overall. Blade has slightly broken tip. Nice temper line with plain iron suba. Tang has been holed one time but does does have characters. Perfect grip and ornaments. WWII leather wrapped scabbard. Very good condition. 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 1001 1001 - IMPERIAL GERMAN LION HEAD SWORD. 35-3/4” overall length with a 30” blade. Weak Damascus blade quill back but perfect shark skin wire wrapped grip. Cross cannons on langet. Original sword knot. Scabbard has minor wear. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 1002 1002 - NON-REGULATION 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. Made by Collins & Company. 30-1/2” etched blade with patriotic motifs and intertwined U.S. ricasso dated 1862. Silver grip with perfect wire. Shark skin scabbard has brass patriotic mounts in excellent condition. Minor wear to drag. Middle brass mount has the old Pennsylvania state seal. Very rare and ornate Civil War Pennsylvania sword. (Near Mint). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 1003 1003 - 1840 MILITIA SWORD. 31 - 1/2” single fuller etched blade with patriotic motif (E Plurabus Unum). The hand guard is a highly detailed gold wash eagle with shield. The cast silver handle is decorated with leaves. The pommel is a roman military head. Scabbard is engraved with two hangers. Cross guard and pommel have gold wash and chain guard. Decorated brass scabbard, high quality mounts. This is an absolutely wonderful ordinate from about 1840. (Near Mint). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 1004 1004 - CIVIL WAR INSCRIBED NON - REGULATION 1850 SWORD. Non - regulation 1850. 31-1/4” etched blade with traces of luster. Perfect shark skin twisted wire wrapped grip. Brass mounted leather scabbard with an inscription on the top mount, “Sergeant Samuel Cry B Company April 8, 1865”. Samuel Cry MO November 24, 1865 as First Sergeant. Leather shows some age separation. 1,500.00 - 1,800.00

LOT - 1005 1005 - SS NCO SWORD. This rare sword features a 33” blade, not etched, 38” overall. Single fuller, leather washer, nickel plated D guard, wooden handle with serrations, metal scabbard black enamel, single hanger. decorative throat. (Excellent). 1,800.00 - 2,200.00

LOT - 1006 1006 - CONFEDERATE 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. 32 - 1/2 L This sword was manufactured by Dufilho of New Orleans. Information on this maker can be found in the book on Confederate swords. 32-1/4” blade that exhibits age toning and some minor nicks. Leather handle exhibits some chaffing with original wire wrap. Solid one-piece brass handguard and pommel that has never been cleaned. This rare Confederate sword remains in its ‘attic-found’ untouched condition. Does not have a scabbard. 1,800.00 - 2,200.00

1007 - NAZI LUFTWAFFE 1ST MODEL PRESENTATION DAGGER. 19” L. A truly fine example of a 1st Model presentation Luftwaffe dagger. Blade is wonderfully inscribed and engraved. Correct scabbard and belt hanger. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 1007

LOT - 1008 1008 - MODEL 1851 INSCRIBED INFANTRY OFFICER’S SWORD. Curved 31” blade with large single fuller and smaller fuller above. Blade etched on right side with American eagle and “E PLURIBUS UNUM” in scroll banner and surrounded with scrolls and military motifs towards hilt; “W.H. HORSTMANN &SONS PHILADELPHIA” etched in panel, spine etched “IRON PROOF”, left side etched with large “U.S.” surrounded by military motifs and scrolls etched on each side. Gilt brass hilt with relief oak leaves and pierced scroll designs on guard. Quillon with chased foliage patterns, ribbed silver grip wrapped with braided copper wire. Original gold sword knot correct for the period. Black leather scabbard with engraved gilt brass mounts, throat engraved on left side with inscription “Presented to LIEUT. JOEL H. PROUTY Worchester Lt. Infantry By his Friends May – 1862” with rocker panel engraved border, other mounts and drag on left side engraved with circular patterns against a stippled ground. Left side of mounts engraved with four large American shields with stars and stripes with rocker panel engraving throughout, ring mounts chased with florals. Excellent condition with some areas of light spotting on blade, grip excellent, some areas of hilt with generous traces of gilt, otherwise mellow, unpolished patina. Scabbard very good with mounts having dark patina, leather has scattered marks from use, some crazing and some separation along top seam; drag with some denting on both sides. 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 284

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1009 - IMPERIAL GERMAN LION HILT OFFICER’S SWORD. 38” overall length. Damascus quill blade. Inscribed to officer with date, 1896/97. Perfect shark skin wire wrapped grip. Lion head pommel with ruby eyes. Crest on langet. Perfect blued scabbard. Overall this sword is near mint. 6,000.00 - 7,000.00

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1010 - MAJOR DIGGS CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION SWORD. 132nd regiment NY volunteers, Suffolk, VA presented to Captain Diggs. 32” blade, 38” overall. Blade retains most of the luster with U.S. and patriotic motifs. Distributed by Ball & Black, NY. Manufactured by Collins & Co. Hartford, CT. Retains original buff washer. Silver grips and lion quillion. Brass scabbard with high quality patriotic mounts. Presentation in between mounts, 1862. Scabbard has no dings. (Near Mint). 6,000.00 - 8,000.00

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LOT - 1011

LOT - 1013 LOT - 1014

LOT - 1015 1011 - LOT OF NUMEROUS MEMBERSHIP PINS & FIGURINES. Nazi membership pins and several dozen miniature plastic figurines. 300.00 - 500.00 1012 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN MILITARY RANK CHEVRONS. Approximately 40 German Army, Air Force and Navy sleeve rank insignia. 300.00 - 550.00 1013 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII LUFTWAFFE & FLAKK. Two high quality early nickel Flakk badges. One is missing the clasp. 350.00 - 500.00 286

LOT - 1016 1014 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN WWII EK2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S. Five WWII German iron cross second class with ribbons. 350.00 - 500.00 1015 - MISC. METALS, BADGES & PINS. Various pins, badges and metals. 350.00 - 550.00 1016 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY PINS. Seven maker mark enameled party pins. 400.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1019

1017 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII CLASPS. One German Luftwaffe airforce bomber clasp and one Army bronze bar. 400.00 - 550.00 1018 - LOT OF 3: TWO IRON CROSSES AND ONE SPANGE. First cross features a brown background with swastika center, dated 1939, 2-3/4” wide. The second cross features outstretched eagle, nickel platted with swastika and date. 1-3/4”. The Spange dated 1914, with original black and white ribbon. 400.00 - 600.00 1019 - LOT OF 6: NAZI PARTY ARM BANDS. Original third Reich Nazi party arm bands. 400.00 - 600.00 1020 - LOT OF 8: NAZI METALS AND BUCKLES. Largest: 2 - 1/2” L. An NSDAP SA/SS brass buckle. Hitler youth buckle in fair condition. There is a German Marine landing force “44” marked, a gold driver sleeve badge, a silver wound metal, a North Africa, (2) and a few remaining pins. (Good). 400.00 - 600.00 1021 - LOT OF 6: NAZI ARM BANDS. One is a stretcher bearer, there is Luftwaffe breast eagle. There is two Hitler youth arm band. Lastly there is a Hitler youth special division. There is also a yellow cross bow. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1021

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LOT - 1022

LOT - 1023

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LOT - 1024

LOT - 1025

1022 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN WWII MEDALS. Lot includes one EKII with ribbon, one Mothers Cross in silver with ribbon, one cased Mothers Cross in gold with ribbon, and one EKII Spange. 400.00 - 650.00 1023 - LOT OF 7: NAZI ERA MEDALS. Lot includes three War Merit medals with ribbons, one West Wall medal with ribbon and packet, and three 1938 campaign medals. 400.00 - 650.00

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1024 - LOT OF ORIGINAL GERMAN ARMY RIBBON BARS. Approximately 70 original small ribbon bars. All in excellent condition, some with original devices attached. 400.00 - 700.00 1025 - LOT OF 22: GERMAN ARMY COLLAR TABS. Original Army collar tabs. Fifteen are officer collar tabs and three are enlisted. There are three matching officer sets, two are combat engineers and medical corps. 400.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1027

LOT - 1028 LOT - 1029

LOT - 1031 LOT - 1030 1026 - LARGE LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS WWII GERMAN INSIGNIA. Large lot of cap, Hitler youth, SA, police labor corps, student league, red cross and police insignia. 450.00 - 600.00 1027 - LOT OF 18: MISC. GERMAN ARMY INSIGNIA. Includes SS, Foreign Volunteer and Navy insignia. 450.00 - 750.00 1028 - LOT OF 5: WWII MEDALS. Lot contains two SA Sport badges, one riding badge and two campaign shields. (Kuban and KRIM). 500.00 - 650.00

1029 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY PINS. Seven maker mark enameled party pins. 500.00 - 650.00 1030 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY PINS. Seven maker mark enameled party pins. 500.00 - 650.00 1031 - LOT OF 10: S.A. SPORT BADGES. Pre WWII maker marked sport badges. 500.00 - 650.00

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LOT - 1033

1032 - LOT OF 13: GERMAN WWII WAR MERRITT BADGES. War Merritt badges without swords. Also includes two original empty packets. 500.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1035

1033 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN WWII VOLKSSTURM ARM BANDS. Original WWII, late war, Volkssturm arm bands. 500.00 - 650.00 1034 - FELD GENDARMERIE GORGET. 7” L. This gorget manufactured during the Nazi regime, of metal construction, white enamel eagle and swastika. Shows high edge wear and overall age toning. With original chain. (Very Good Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1034 LOT - 1036

1035 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN BADGES. To include: A panzer badge with rear stick pin, 2-1/4”, excellent original condition. Second features a German helmet with swastika and crossed swords, in a period box, 1-3/4”. Third, features an eagle, swastika and rifle, measures 2-1/2”. Last one has felt backing, dated 1941-42 with the country of Krim on the badge, 2-1/2”. 500.00 - 700.00 1036 - TANK DESTRUCTION BADGE. This badge consists of a solid brass diecut tank with a silver and black ribbon. Some high edge wear. 500.00 - 700.00

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1037 - LOT OF 2: LUFTWAFFE BADGES. Both come in the original presentation cases. Both feature the outstretched eagle with swastikas. One has the anti aircraft gun. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00


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LOT - 1039

LOT - 1040

LOT - 1041

1038 - LUFTWAFFE PARATROOPER BADGE. This original badge comes in period correct box. Features flying eagle and swastika. Maker stamped on back. Dulling with age. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1039 - LOT OF 7: GERMAN AND AMERICAN INSIGNIA. Lot includes: Nazi metal eagle & swastika badge, four cloth German patches, nazi arm band and a metal US expert machine gun badge. 500.00 - 700.00 1040 - LARGE LOT OF ORIGINAL GERMAN WWII NAVY INSIGNIA. Large lot of original German Navy rank and qualification insignia. 500.00 - 750.00

LOT - 1042

1041 - LARGE LOT OF ORIGINAL GERMAN WWII NAVY INSIGNIA. Large lot of German Navy rank and qualification insignia. 500.00 - 750.00 1042 - LOT OF 18: GERMAN WWII BLACK WOUND BADGES. Miscellaneous styles and conditions. Most with original pins. 450.00 - 600.00 1043 - LOT OF 18: GERMAN WWII BLACK WOUND BADGES. Miscellaneous styles and conditions. Most with original pins. 450.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1043

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LOT - 1044 LOT - 1045

LOT - 1046

1044 - LOT OF 14: THIRD REICH BRONZE MOTHER’S CROSS. Original marked and dated Third Reich Mother’s crosses. Three without ribbons. 450.00 - 600.00 1045 - LOT OF 6: GERMAN WWII EK2’S. WWII German iron cross second class with ribbons. 450.00 - 600.00 1046 - LOT OF 6: NAZI PINS & TWO PANTHER SKULLS. Six various Nazi membership pins and two Panther skulls 450.00 - 600.00 1047 - LOT OF 3: S.S. & S.A. ARM BANDS. Two S.A. and one S.S. original arm bands. 450.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1049 LOT - 1048

LOT - 1051 LOT - 1050

1048 - LOT OF 6: WWII GERMAN ARMY ARM BANDS. Original WWII German Army helper arm bands. 450.00 - 600.00 1049 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN WWII BADGES. Lot contains one Luftwaffe Flak badge that is maker marked (Juncker) and has the clasp repaired. The second is an Army General Assault badge. 450.00 - 650.00 1050 - LARGE LOT OF THIRD REICH CAP EAGLES & BADGES. Large lot of miscellaneous original German cap badges. One appears to be an S.S. skull. 450.00 - 650.00 1051 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. GERMAN IMPERIAL AWARDS & BADGES. Numerous German awards with ribbons. 450.00 - 650.00 1052 - LOT OF 6: HITLER YOUTH ARM BANDS. Original Hitler youth armbands. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1052

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LOT - 1053 LOT - 1054

LOT - 1055 LOT - 1056

LOT - 1057 1053 - LOT OF 7: NAZI PARTY ARM BANDS. Original third Reich Nazi party arm bands. 450.00 - 650.00 1054 - LOT OF 8: MISCELLANEOUS ARM BANDS. Miscellaneous Nazi era arm bands on black wool. 450.00 - 650.00 1055 - LOT OF 9: ORIGINAL WWII GERMAN ARMY INSIGNIA. Includes one original Panzer Beret Cockade, six mountain trooper sleeve insignia, and two Jaeger arm patches. 450.00 - 700.00 294

1056 - LARGE LOT OF GERMAN AIR FORCE INSIGNIA. Approximately 30 Luftwaffe BEVO and wool breast and cap eagles. Also included in this lot is a Luftwaffe athletic shirt eagle. 450.00 - 700.00 1057 - LOT OF OVERSEAS HATS. This lot consists of 15 soft caps made of canvas or wool. Eight of which have original emblems or medals attached. All are circa World War II. (Excellent - Near Mint). 150.00 - 200.00

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1058 - LOT OF 2: US MILITARY OVERSEAS CAPS. Lot consists of one Glider Infantry cap and badge and one US Navy V5 Cap and Badge. 200.00 - 250.00 1059 - GERMAN ARMY WINTER CAP. One 1943 maker marked and sized winter fur cap. 200.00 - 300.00 1060 - LOT OF 2: IMPERIAL GERMAN VETERAN CAPS. Two maker marked imperial German Army veterans caps. 250.00 - 350.00 LOT - 1058

LOT - 1059

LOT - 1060

LOT - 1061

1061 - M 43 LUFTWAFFE 40 CAP. One 1944 date maker marked, sized original WWII Naval cap. Appears to be unissued. 350.00 - 500.00 1062 - LOT OF 3: NAZI OVERSEA CAPS. Includes: one Hitler youth, one labor front and one oversea cap. 350.00 - 550.00

LOT - 1062

1063 - LOT OF 6: WWII AMERICAN HATS. Lot contains five officerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s visor caps, one over seas cap and one field cap. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1063

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LOT - 1064

LOT - 1065

LOT - 1066

LOT - 1067

LOT - 1069 LOT - 1068 1064 - GERMAN ARMY ENLISTED CAVALRY VISOR HAT. Grey-green body, mustard piping, metal eagle with swastika, black visor and strap, perfect leather sweatband. No maker label. Flawless wool. (Near Mint). 500.00 - 700.00 1065 - LOT OF 2: NAZI ARMY ENLISTED/OFFICER VISOR HATS. Both hats have grey wool body, red piping. One has metal eagle with swastika, the other is embroidered. Black bills, silver braid on one, black leather on other. Both are maker stamped. Both have excellent to near mint leather sweat bands. Beautiful wool. (Excellent). 700.00 - 900.00 1066 - LOT OF 4: REPLICA HELMETS & GORGET. Lot contains two recently repainted WWI German helmets, one Finnish WWII helmet with reproduction decals and one reproduction field police gorget. 100.00 - 150.00 296

1067 - LOT OF 4: HELMET LINERS. All four liners have the inner liners intact and all have the original company unit decals in excellent condition. (Excellent). 150.00 - 200.00 1068 - FRENCH WWI HELMET & BAYONET LOT. This lot includes a World War I French military steel helmet. Has original leather strap attached, no liner. Also comes with a French Berthia bayonet with brass handle and leather frog (broken), as well as a pair of tan canvas leggings World War I (U.S.). (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 1069 - LOT OF 3: LUFTWAFFE FLIGHT HELMETS. Two winter helmets and one summer one. Maker marked WWII flight helmets. Manufactured by Seimens. 750.00 - 950.00

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LOT - 1070

LOT - 1071

LOT - 1072

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LOT - 1074

1070 - LOT OF 2: WWI GERMAN CAMOUFLAGE HELMETS. Standard World War I issue German infantry helmet with the Frankenstein vents, and the original camouflage enamel finish. Both helmets are in excellent condition with the majority of the original camouflage paint theme. No liners or chin straps present on either. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 1071 - LOT OF 2: WWI GERMAN CAMOUFLAGE HELMETS. Standard World War I issue German infantry helmet with the Frankenstein vents, and the original camouflage enamel finish. Both helmets are in excellent condition with the majority of the original camouflage paint theme. No liners or chin straps present on either. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 1073

LOT - 1075

1073 - LOT OF 5: GERMAN WWII AIR FORCE BUCKLES. All five are aluminum, one is private purchase example. Two have attached leather tabs, one has a detached leather tab. 250.00 - 400.00 1074 - LOT OF 12: LUFTWAFFE COLLAR TABS. Includes nine original officer collar tabs, one matched pair of collar tabs and an NCO collar tab. 250.00 - 400.00 1075 - LOT OF 3: NAZI PARTY BUCKLES. One buckle is an RZM marked political leader buckle. The second is a German red cross buckle in aluminum, and the third is a German labor corps in aluminum as well. 300.00 - 400.00

1072 - LOT OF 4: HITLER YOUTH BUCKLES MFG. IN STEEL. All four buckles are maker marked. Two of them are nickel plated and the remaining two are painted. 200.00 - 275.00

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1076 - LOT OF 6: WWII GERMAN POLICE BUCKLES. All six are aluminum. Three are private purchase. Four are maker marked. One has a leather tab attached with date and manufacturer. 300.00 - 400.00 1077 - LOT OF 7: ORIGINAL HITLER YOUTH BELT BUCKLES. All seven are in aluminum. All seven are maker marked and one has detached keeper. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1076

LOT - 1077

1078 - LOT OF 4: TOUR JACKETS. Offered is a fine collection of tour jackets including a green wool zipper vest Korea 1968-69 worn by Ken Instant of Greencastle, Pennsylvania that features the Pink Panther on back and Playboy Bunny on front; a black shirt of Vietnam 1965-66 from the 69th Signal Corps; a Vietnam green camouflage quilted nylon jacket of the U.S. Marines from 1968-69; and a Vietnam black cotton jacket dated 1966-67 with a map of Vietnam on back and embroidered tiger on front. Fine collection of early tour wearables. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1078

LOT - 1080 1079 - LOT OF 7: NAZI LABOR CORPS BELT BUCKLES. One is private purchase. Three have the original maker marks and dated tabs. 350.00 - 400.00

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1080 - LOT OF 6: HITLER YOUTH BUCKLES. Five are maker marked. They appear to be of pre and late war manufacture. 350.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 1082

LOT - 1083

LOT - 1084 1081 - LOT OF 6: BRITISH AND FRENCH UNIFORM ITEMS. Lot contains three French kepis, one French leather belt and buckle ensemble, one British lifeguards visor and one British maker marked dress tunic. Two of the kepis are French Foreign Legion (One Captain and one Enlisted) and one if from the French Military Academy. Corroboration is written on the side buttons: Legion Extrangere & Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ecole Militaire. 350.00 - 450.00 1082 - LOT OF 4: ATHLETIC T-SHIRTS & NAVAL ASCOT. Three police Army and Airforce athletic t-shirts and one Naval Ascot. 350.00 - 450.00

1083 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN AIRFORCE WWII STEEL BUCKLES. Three are of later style with original blue grey paint. All three buckles are maker marked. The fourth buckle is a rare, early 1941 dated tropical buckle with web tab which also maker marked. 350.00 - 550.00 1084 - LOT OF 8: GERMAN WWII ARMY BUCKLES. Four are painted steel with the original finish. The other four are aluminum and some are maker marked, one is maker marked and dated on the leather tab. 400.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1085

1085 - WWII US ARMY MANNEQUIN. Mannequin with a original US field gear, wool uniform, boots and helmet as well as original large ammo can. 400.00 - 600.00 1086 - LOT OF 7: ORIGINAL GERMAN STEEL ARMY BUCKLES. All seven buckles have the painted finish and are maker marked. They all have dated, leather tabs attached. 450.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1088

1087 - JAPANESE FLIGHT SUIT. Incredible near mint Japanese flight suit includes jacket, belt, and trousers. It is a dark tan canvas with sipper sleeves. The spectacular aspect of this suit is the silk Rising Sun flag sewn on back with Japanese writing. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1088 - LOT OF 15: GERMAN CUFF TITLES. Four original military police cuff titles, Nazi civil cuff titles and one post war Adolf Hitler cuff title. 500.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1087

1089 - LOT OF 2: SS BELT BUCKLES. The first belt buckle is a Waffen SS field grey painted buckle made by RODO that has 70% original finish left. The second buckle is an aluminum RZM buckle. Both buckles are marked. 600.00 - 900.00 LOT - 1089 300

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LOT - 1091

1090 - U.S. WWI DOUGHBOY UNIFORM. To include Stetson style campaign hat, soft hat, wool tunic with collar badges and chevrons, a pair of canvas joppers, and a pair of green wool joppers. (Very Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00 1091 - LOT OF 3: 1950’S AMERICAN UNIFORMS. Lot contains three original 1950’s US military tunics and jackets. 300.00 - 400.00 1092 - LOT OF 6: WWII JACKETS. Lot contains six original wool WWII Army/Army Air Corps enlisted tunics. All have unit shoulder patches and rank insignia. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1090

LOT - 1092

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1093 - LOT OF 7: WWII COATS. WWII US Military Tunics. Three Army officers tunics and four enlisted tunics. All have insignia and sleeve/shoulder patches. 500.00 - 700.00 1094 - LARGE LOT OF MINIATURE NAZI FLAGS. Large lot of plastic Nazi era miniature flags. 350.00 - 650.00 1095 - LOT OF 2: KRIEGS FLAGS. First flag measures approx 5’ tall 2-1/2’ wide. Second flag measures approx 4’ x 2’. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

LOT - 1093

LOT - 1094

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LOT - 1097

1096 - LOT OF 6: NAZI PARTY FLAGS & PENDANTS. Four original Nazi party flags and two pendants. 550.00 - 700.00 1097 - LOT OF 6: NAZI FLAGS. Lot contains three Nazi Era flags and three pennants. 650.00 - 800.00 1098 - NAZI LABOR FRONT POLE TOP. Aluminum maker marked (AZM M4/34). 650.00 - 950.00

LOT - 1099

1099 - 24LB SOLID SHOT CIVIL WAR CANNON BALL. Has large percentage of original black paint. (Very Good). 75.00 - 125.00

LOT - 1098

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LOT - 1100 1100 - BONE HANDLED CANE WITH CHINESE CHARACTER HEAD. Staff is made of bamboo with a brass tip. Measures 33-1/2â&#x20AC;?. The handle is carved horn with a carving of a Chinese character with handpainted glass eyes and Fu-Manchu (Very Good). 100.00 - 150.00

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LOT - 1101 1101 - WWII GERMAN NAZI/JAPANESE MEMORABILIA LOT. To include: swastika marked leather pouch with two-handled handheld saw, a boxed portable stove with German soldiers on cover, an interesting Nazi document wallet with Adolph Hitler and swastikas, a wrist worn field compass with Bakelite body, a Japanese embroidered wallet with Japanese currency, a German Partrix flashlight with swastika eagle battery cover, and two Japanese fighter plane instruments. 100.00 - 300.00

1102 - LARGE LOT OF MISC. GERMAN MILITARY ITEMS. Lot contains Nazi party flag, East German flag, military style flashlight, K98K cleaning kit, record, three dagger accessories and one chrome Nazi detachable ornament. 150.00 - 200.00

1103 - GERMAN WWII BEER STEIN. One 1939 dated military beer stein in very good condition. Stein is from a machine gun company. 150.00 - 250.00 1104 - LOT OF 3: NAZI PAPER ITEMS. Lot contains one WWII German framed portrait photo, one Adolf Hitler postcard and one envelope. 200.00 - 300.00

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1105 - LOT OF 11: REPRODUCTION GERMAN/ITALIAN ITEMS. Lot to include: German dress dagger with applied etching, Italian dagger with sheath, belt buckle, two cloth badges, cased iron cross, five metal badges, all high quality reproductions. 200.00 - 300.00 1106 - LOT OF 8: B-29 BOMBER MANUALS. This is the first of three lots of manuals covering every aspect of the B-29 Bomber. Lot includes; October 1944 Central Station Fire Control Systems, May 1954 Bomber Fire Control Systems, October 1941 Aviation Ordnance to include Bomb Sights, June 1946 Remote Control Turret Systems, along with four books on the B-29 Super Fortress. 200.00 - 400.00

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1107 - LOT OF 8: B-29 BOMBER MANUALS. This is a continuing lot of B-29 manuals and books. To include; February 1943 Airplane Commander Training Manual for the Super Fortress, May 1945 Pilots Flight Operating Instructions B-29, Gunners Information File on Flexible Gunnery Restricted Information outlining Luftwaffe Engagement, a Restricted Standing Operating Procedure for B-29 & B-50 Gunners September 1951, November 1943 Cold Weather Operation for the Army Model B-29, and three books, one is a pictorial history of the Pearl Harbor attack, the second is Maximum Effort of the B-29 Attacks against Japan, the last is the Aircraft Carriers of the US Navy. 200.00 - 400.00 1108 - LOT OF 6: B-29 BOMBER MANUALS. Another continuing lot of B-29 manuals. To include; Stuart Warner B-29 Heavy Bomber Parts Catalog, November 1944 Erection & Maintenance for Army Model B-29, November 1943 Structural Repair Instructions, July 1943 Overhaul Instructions for the Wright Engine, September 1944 Service Instructions for the Wright Engine, and a February 1946 Parts Catalog B-29. 200.00 - 400.00

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1109 - 18TH CENTURY WOODEN CHEESE BOX CANTEEN. 7 - 1/4” round 2 - 5/8” wide Yellow painted body with 7-3/8” diameter x 2- ½” wide. Front with large worn “US”, probably added later. This is the style used in the American Revolutionary War. Old cork plug on top with three small leather loops for strap. Excellent condition, retaining 80 to 90% of original paint, some scattered marks from use and some edge wear. 200.00 - 400.00

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1110 - LARGE LOT OF NAZI ERA PINS & PLASTIC FIGURINES. Miscellaneous plastic figurines, badges and state shields. 250.00 - 350.00 1111 - LOT OF 8: CALENDARS & MILITARY PASSES. Includes: two original issued military Wehrpass, two pocket calendars (dated 1943-1945), three imperial German photos and one postcard. 250.00 - 350.00 1112 - LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS ARMY FIELD GEAR. Includes three original WWII canteens, shortened holster and soup ladle and other. 250.00 - 400.00

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1113 - EARLY BRASS AND WOOD AIRPLANE PROPELLER. 73” L. No maker’s markings. Body is very heavy solid wood with antique brass tips and edge applied with rivets. Original center lock 250.00 - 500.00 1114 - EARLY WOODEN AERO-PLANE PROPELLER. 70” L. Lightweight wood body propeller with numerous statistical stamps such as RPM, Horsepower, DES #, Serial Number, and ATO Number. Protective brass tips and edges. Silver mounting plate with brass star. (Excellent). 250.00 - 500.00 306

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1115 - LOT OF 18: LABOR CORE BOOKS. Original issued labor core books. 300.00 - 450.00 1116 - WOODEN BARREL CANTEEN. 7 - 1/8” Round 4” wide Dark blue painted body with a 7” diameter x 4” wide. Front painted with “II.J./D./76”. Two iron straps and two thin metal loops for strap top with stepped wood platform with replaced wooden plug. Possibly English, Napoleonic or War of 1812 period. Very good condition, retains 80 to 90% old dark paint, some side slats loose; some scattered marks from use, iron with dark patina. 300.00 - 500.00

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1117 - 18TH CENTURY WOODEN CHEESE BOX CANTEEN. 7 - 3/8” round 2 - 5/8” wide Blue painted body with 7-3/8” diameter x 2- ½” wide. Front engraved with initials “DA”, the “A” in the Old English 18th century style with “J.R.” stamped below, possibly a maker’s stamp. This is the style used in the American Revolutionary War. Period wood plug on top, three leather loops for strap. Excellent condition, retaining 90% of old blue paint, some scattered marks from use and some edge wear. 300.00 - 500.00

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1118 - LOT OF 25: LABOR FRONT BOOKS. Original issued labor front books. 350.00 - 450.00 1119 - LOT OF 19: MISCELLANEOUS NAZI ERA PROPAGANDA. Original Nazi era song books, pocket books, military manuals and others. 350.00 - 450.00 1120 - LOT OF WWII GERMAN MILITARY MESS HALL CHINA WARE. Original Army & Airforce Mess Hall dinnerware. Lot includes three small plates, three soup bowls, three large plates, three serving plates, gravy bowl and one cup. Cup is from German cruise ship and includes hat band. 350.00 - 500.00 1121 - WWII GERMAN DESK SET. Lot contains an eight piece green marble desk set with 1940 Narvik Campaign shield. 350.00 - 500.00

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1122 - LOT OF 12: SET OF GERMAN ARMY EATING UTENSILS. Includes: six three piece maker marked dated sets and six two piece aluminum eating utensils. 350.00 - 500.00 1123 - LOT OF 40: MESS HALL EATING UTENSILS. German Army aluminum and silver eating utensils, marker marked. Includes a wooden case. 400.00 - 550.00 LOT - 1124

1124 - LOT OF ASSORTED GERMAN MILITARIA. This interesting lot includes: a small German cased dress dagger/letter opener. 5-5/8â&#x20AC;? etched blade with black scales, swastika on pommel and black enamel scabbard. Original silver knot, original double cloth hanger, three leather hangers, one broken (two are stamped), three German postage stamps (two with Adolf Hitler), two original photo-postcards, original Nazi letterhead and a photo of a Nazi parade drummer. 400.00 - 600.00 1125 - LOT OF 7: GERMAN WWII ARMY FIELD GEAR. Includes an Army rucksack, an Army fur covered back pack, three bread bags, one clothing bag and one map case. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1126 1126 - LOT OF 4: TRUNKS, ONE WITH FATIGUE UNIFORMS. Four WWII US GI Footlockers, one has several uniform items inside. 400.00 - 600.00

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1127 - TEAR GAS BILLY CLUB & 37MM LAUNCHER COMBO. Serial No. D15621. The full stock gas gun can fire all Defense Technology rounds. Advantages include fixed front sight and rear leaf sight with 50 yard, 75 yard, and 100 yard increments, lighter weight and stronger stock and grip. It is stamped Defense Technology Casper Wyoming. It is a break open, left side of barrel is stamped 37mm gas gun. Heavy brass barrel, wrapped in leather. Early Military Police/ Correctional facility, brass tear gas baton c1925. All complete. Probably an early Federal Labs item with 3 1925 patent dates. Marked PAT SEPT 15 1925, DEC 15 1925, DEC 29 1925. Grip section unscrews to give access to load the weapon. These items were used up to WW2 by Military police and until way later by Prison staff. Untouched original piece. 400.00 - 600.00 1128 - LOT OF MILITARY EDGED WEAPONS, POWDER HORN & GRIPS. This is a hodge podge dealer lot to include: a Winchester Model 94 .30-30 roll die; old powder horn with wood cap and tip 11” in length; bone handled hunting knife with a 6” blade and scabbard; pair of one piece walnut Colt Dragoon grips in near mint condition; two M1Garand bayonets (one by U.C. with scabbard, the second S.A. 1918 with scabbard); and a U.S. stamped multi-blade pocket knife made by Camillus with four blades. (Excellent Near Mint). 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1131 1129 - LOT OF GERMAN WWII BANDAGES, THREAD & MISC. ITEMS. German WWII miscellaneous packages, threads, cigarettes. 450.00 - 550.00

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1130 - LARGE LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS BADGES & BOOKLETS. German Nazi era car badges, collar tabs, small booklets and patches. 450.00 - 600.00 1131 - KRIEG’S MARINE STOPWATCH. This German made watch by Dolffs & Helle Braunschweig. Has a metal body. Engraved on back “St. O. SP” with swastika and eagle. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00 1132 - MISC. WWII AMERICAN MILITARY ITEMS. Lot contains several military shirts, several pieces of field gear, one foot locker, and several framed posters. There are also two full boxes of fifty cartridges of .45 caliber 1911 pistol ball ammunition dated 1944 and 2 full boxes of twenty cartridges of .45 caliber pistol ball ammunition. 500.00 - 700.00

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1133 - B-29 BOMBER MACHINE GUN COMPUTER. This was manufactured by General Electric Company for the US Army Air Force. It was the computer brain for operating power to the forward and rear machine guns. It is now simply a shell with all toggles and switches, it was originally powered by tubes just like early radios but has now been gutted. Usable as display only. 500.00 - 750.00 1134 - LOT OF 5: B-29 BOMBER INSTRUMENTS. These instruments are; intercooler flaps position indicator, pilots directional indicator, cowl flaps position indicator for engines 3 and 4, landing indicator and magnetic compass. 500.00 - 750.00 310

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LOT - 1135 1135 - B-29 COLLECTORS LOT. This collectors lot includes a 1/4 Scale B-29 plastic model, load adjuster slide rule with paperwork which is used to measure the number and weight of bombs on board in its original leather carrier that is marked “B-29” with airforce number, 2 replica .50 cal gun barrels, exact duplicates of the machine gun barrels aboard a B-29 Bomber, remove before flight pennant with pins. These were used for the pilot to check every aspect of an airplane, once checked off this flag was removed and a B-29 ammo can door with proper stencils. 500.00 - 750.00 1136 - ANTIQUE HAND FORGED BEAR TRAP. 42” L Jaws measure 12” in length. All hand forged trap with 3 teeth riveted to one jaw and 2 riveted to the opposing jaw. With staking chain. 500.00 - 800.00 1137 - HUGE WWI MEMORABILIA LOT OF LT. E.E. MYLIN. To include: 1917 Reserve Officers New York training photo with Springfield 03 rifles, a 1917 Camp Mead 314th infantry panoramic photo (no weapons), circa 1917 Officers panoramic photo, a 1919 “Just Back From France” panoramic photo of the 314th infantry stamped “Mause Argonne” (no weapons). All four panoramic photos have their original period frames. Metal First Aid box/kit filled with supplies. 28 smaller framed World War I items to include personal photographs, some in the field (France, encampments), the 314th Infantry football team at Camp Mead, ID card for E.E. Mylin 1st Lieutenant, 314th Infantry; militart record of the same person camped at Fort Dix; picture of Captain Frank Battles, an officers barracks photograph; a collage of original battle scene photographs from France with graves and bombed out buildings; sleeve patches; collage of four battlefield graveyards; 1919 Easter greetings; autographed photo of officer on horse; several small and unframed photographs, purple heart that is inscribed Edward Mylin; a 314th brass plaque; a framed piece with an iron cross; two items from 1945 to Mr. Mylin as athletic director at Camp Lee; a Veterans of the 314th memorial booklet (Valley Forge, Pennsylvania), and an envelope that include Mr. Mylin;s wallet that has assorted items such as railroad passes, fractional currency, several photographs, and assorted foreign currency, as well as some stock shares. Lastly, a little box of foreign coins. An incredible collection of personal World War I memorabilia of Lt. E.E. Mylin. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1138 - LOT OF 4: US ARMY AIR FORCE SURVIVAL MAPS. Four original WWII Army Airforce Pilots survival maps. One is Eastern Asia, Southeast China and French Indo China. All dated 1942 - 1944. 550.00 - 750.00

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1139 - LOT OF 10: GERMAN WWII KI98K POUCHES. Original maker marked, complete K98K pouches. 550.00 - 800.00 1140 - LOT OF 9: SWAGGER STICKS AND TELESCOPE. Lot consists of one telescope and eight swagger sticks. The telescope manufactured of brass and is cord wrapped. It bears a presentation inscription: “T.L. Rogers 1888”. Opens to 29-1/2”. Inscribed “Day and Night Glass” in script towards the eye piece. No markers marks. Solid brass construction. Does have a dent on the upper two tubes. The swagger sticks are both English and American and consists of the following: 1 & 2) Two English sticks with silver pommel and crowns, both measure 27”. 3) Leather wrapped, no pommel, measuring 24”. 4) Unmarked stick with an eagle head pommel, measuring 31”. 5) Stick with sterling silver pommel engraved L.T. R. E. Seckett with a Navy emblem, measuring 22”. 6) Navy emblem on the staff with a sterling silver pommel, 26”. 7) Infantry stick with silver pommel with crossed rifles and “3B”, measuring 22”. 8) An English stick marked “Lancers” with decorative pommel and leather handle, measuring 33”. 600.00 - 800.00

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1141 - TEXAS CONFEDERATE MARKED STEEL CANTEEN. 7-3/8” Dia x 3-1/4” wide. A period metal canteen with convex front and back, soldered at seams. Front with large white Texas 5-point star marked with large “CS”, center of star marked “Texas Infantry H”. Sides with two sheet metal fasteners with steel loops, period and possibly original leather strap. Measures 7-3/8” diameter and 3-1/4” wide. Good condition, many scattered dents on both sides with matching wear to paint, portions of star and markings show some wear, some areas of white star have rust underneath, possibly painted years ago, or star with markings added later. Some rust on exposed metal, overall retains 60 to 70% original black paint. 600.00 - 900.00 1142 - LOT OF ORIGINAL WWII GERMAN FIELD GEAR. Includes: two original head sets, a pair military binoculars (marked BMP), three fuse holders, one chocolate tin and one Luftwaffe pilots wrist compass. 650.00 - 850.00 LOT - 1142

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1143 - B-29 BOMBER MACHINE GUN SITE. This lot along with accompanying lots, were removed from an original B-29 Bomber. This plane became infamous during the Pacific campaign of WWII forever remembered as the type of plane that dropped the bombs on both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Unlike the B-17 Bombers that saw service over Europe, the machine gun on a B-29 was actually detached and operated by use of this machine. It allowed the siting of Japanese Zeros. Has the burst triggers both left and right for twin guns. Has adjustment knobs to allow 90 degree sighting plain for enemy aircraft. This is the first of its type that we are aware of being for sale. The B-29 was relegated to weather and recognizance after the war and most were stripped and destroyed after their days of usefulness. These are rarely found anywhere outside of war museums. This item along with the accompanying lots pertain to the B-29 Bomber and would make a World Class Museum Display, impossible to replicate. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 1144 - LOT OF 10: ASSORTED GUN BOOKS. 1) Colt’s .38 Automatic Pistols by Douglas G. Sheldon 2) American Rifle A Biography by Alexander Rose 3) California Gunsmiths 1846-1900 by Lawrence P. Shelton 4) Firearms Curiosa by Lewis Winant - rare 1955 1st edition with near mint dust cover. 5) Standard Catalog of Military Firearms 3rd Edition by Ned Schwing 6) Arms & Accoutrements of the Mounted Police 1873-1973 by Roger F. Phillips & Donald J. Klancher 7) Colt an American Legend by R.L. Wilson 8) Cast Iron Toy Guns By Samuel H. Logan & Charles W. Best - extremely difficult to locate and autographed by author. 9) Daisy Air Rifle & BB Guns by Neal Punchard 10) A History of The Colt Revolver by Charles J. Haven & Frank A. Belden Six books are hard bound. 200.00 - 400.00 1145 - AUTOGRAPHED CAPT. JACK CRAWFORD (THE BRONCO BOOK). Captain Jack Crawford was referred to as “The Poet Scout”, was renowned as one of the finest Army scouts of the Indian Wars, and rose to international fame as one of the stars of the Buffalo Bill Wild West show as it traveled the world. This book was recovered in suede with the title in gold on leather. It is a book of his poems and is signed in pen “J.W. Crawford ‘Captain Jack’” on the introductory fly page. The next page has a beautiful drawing of Captain Jack. It was published in 1908 by the Roycrofters at their book ranch East Aurora. Most of the poetry is based on his adventures in the Wild West. It is a beautiful volume with an exceptional signature. 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1147 1146 - LOT OF 21: WINCHESTER & CIL POSTERS. CIL posters are cartridge drawings in black and white. The Winchester posters are in color. Usual minor tears and folds. (Very Good - Excellent). 350.00 - 700.00 1147 - LARGE LOT OF FIREARMS REFERENCE BOOKS (12). No.1) Book of Rifles by W.H.B. Smith No. 2) NRA Edition Muzzle Loading Cap-Locks by Roberts No. 3) Firearms by Ricketts No. 4) Big Bore Rifles by McIntosh No. 5) Krag Rifles by Brophy (No dust jacket) No. 6) World of Beretta by Wilson No. 7) Steel Canvas by Wilson No. 8) Complete Illustrated World’s Firearms by Hogg No. 9) Encyclopedia of Sporting Firearms by Petzal No. 10) Complete Book of U.S. Snipers by Senick No. 11) Modern Sporting Guns No. 12) The Book of Firearms All books are in excellent condition with dust jackets unless otherwise noted. NRA edition is leather-bound. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1148 - WINCHESTER .22 SPORTING RIFLE SHIPPING CRATE. 27-1/2” x 14-1/2” x 10-1/4” This crate was used to ship Winchester take down .22 caliber sporting rifles. It is stenciled on end but you can no longer read which model was used. (ie 1890 or 1906). Original address is stenciled on the lid. Hinges are rusty and crate shows wear but still has nice stencils. First shipping crate we have seen for the Winchester .22 rifle. 200.00 - 400.00

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1149 - IVER JOHNSON ANTIQUE REVOLVER INK WELL. This is the first of this type we have seen. It is a full size, all metal constructed, replica of a .32 caliber top break Iver Johnson double action revolver with the owl head grips. The backside of this ink well has a square base and two metal peg stands. It is stamped “Pat April 10, 1906”. What appears to be the cylinder is hinged at the top to open to take a glass ink well. Gun retains traces of nickel finish, inside hinge has a couple minor solder repairs. Most likely used as promotion giveaways to potential customers or dealers. Production must have been very small or we would have seen more examples. Fine early advertising promotional desk item. 200.00 - 400.00

1150 - MARBLES GAME GETTER FOLDING STOCK & GRIP SET. Offered is a very good, all original, metal skeletal shoulder stock and an original pair of gutta percha grips from a first Model 1908 game getter pistol. Grips are original but show wear. Nickel plating on stock is at approximately 40% with balance turned brown patina. These were salvaged from an ATF turn in and came off an original pistol. Extremely hard to find. 300.00 - 500.00

1151 - BOXED WINCHESTER 8X RIFLE SCOPE. These scopes were manufactured from 1939 to 1945. It measures 18”, 8x. With a 3/4” tube, standard crosshairs, perfect optics. Adjustable mounts. Stamped “X-8” on tube. Aged to a smooth blue-grey patina with no dents or rust. Housed in its original two piece cardboard box with the Winchester end label. 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1151

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LOT - 1155 1152 - LARGE LOT OF FIREARMS REFERENCE BOOKS (14). No. 1) Early Percussion Firearms by Morrow No. 2) American Firearms Makers by Carey (with dust jacket) No. 3) Early American Firearms No. 4) Firearms Bluing and Browning by Angier (with dust jacket Samworth Pub.) No. 5) Firearms and Their Use No. 6) Hatcher’s Book of the Garand No. 7) L.C. Smith by Brophy (with dust jacket) No. 8) Armies of the American Revolution by Hall No. 9) The Winchester Big Book by Madis No. 10) Winchester by Williamson (with dust jacket) No. 11) Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifles by Kaufman (with dust jacket) No. 12) The 9mm Parabellum No. 13) Book of Colt Firearms by Wilson (with dust jacket) No. 14) Rifles of Colonial America (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1153 - LOT OF 3: U.S. SPRINGFIELD AMMO BOXES & BAYONET. This lot consists of a New York militia .45-70 leather cartridge pouch with inner wooden block, brass ID plaque in excellent condition with no tears or repairs; a leather cartridge box for the .30-40 Krag New Jersey militia with brass plaque and no tears or repairs; and a U.S. trapdoor bayonet, U.S. marked, does not appear to have ever been issued and retains 90% blue finish. Bayonet includes blued scabbard, leather frog, and U.S. brass hanger. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

1154 - WINCHESTER TRADEMARK CARPENTER’S LEVEL. 24” L x 3-1/8” H x 1-3/8” W Made of wood and brass. The brass plaque that protects the glass is stamped “Winchester Trademark”. There is also a “Winchester Trademark” decal on top of level. Top level has original liquid. Side level is dry. Wood is in very good to excellent condition with usual age cracks, to be expected. 300.00 - 500.00 1155 - LARGE LOT OF U.S. SPRINGFIELD PARTS & MISC. This lot includes a foreign military Mauser full length stock with buttplate and rear swivel; five U.S. Springfield handguards in various degrees of condition; World War II Thompson machine gun 30 round magazine; an empty wooden crate for fuses and delay plungers for the M1; assortment of M1 Garand clips; a ten pound bag of 00 buckshot; two Lyman bullet molds; a 451 Lee bullet mold; three Lyman Ideal bullet mold blocks; .45-70 RCBS dies; three 03 buttplates; an 03 sleeve with rear sight; an 03A3 re-blued trigger guard; trapdoor buttplate; six musket percussion hammers; two flintlock musket hammers; and a converted U.S. Springfield 1828 sideplate. 300.00 - 500.00

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1156 - VINTAGE WALNUT CASE FOR 2 COLT S.A.A. REVOLVERS. Quality made walnut made case with brass corners. French fitted for a pair of 5-1/2” Colt single action Army’s. Line in purple velvet. Two different compartments and fourteen shell holders. Shows average wear, but excellent overall. 300.00 - 500.00 1157 - COLT POST-WAR BOXED CONVERSION KIT. This boxed post-war Colt conversion kit was manufactured with necessary parts needed to allow the Colt Model 1911 to shoot the .22 LR cartridge. This includes a slide, barrel assembly, magazine, and takedown lever. Slide retains approximately 97% original factory blue finish with a few light scratches on left side. Comes in an excellent box. No paperwork. 300.00 - 500.00

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1158 - LOT OF 3: BROWNING MACHINE GUN BOXES & LEATHER BAG. This lot includes two oak and brass cartridge boxes for the Model 1918 Browning. It would hook to the machine gun and the belt would be fed directly from the box. Has brass hardware. One has leather handle, the other is missing the handle. Leather bag is an old train mail bag stenciled “Smith’s Transfer Serial No. 553” with old leather handle. These are the types of bags they carried in mail cars in the late 19th century. 300.00 - 600.00 1159 - LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED MAGAZINES. There is a total of 33 magazines in this lot to include two Ruger 10/22 Eagle extended magazines, 11 new in bag and one extended AR-15 magazines, eight M14 magazines, one blued M1 carbine magazine, two blued unmarked pistol magazines, one blued unmarked .22 rifle magazine, two 1911, new in bag, blued Shooting Star eight round magazines, a stainless Shooting Star eight round .45 mag. that is new in bag, one Colt 1911 pre-war two-tone commercial magazine, and three loose stainless 1911 magazines (two ten rounds with bumpers). 350.00 - 700.00

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1160 - COLT MODEL 1911 CONVERSION KIT. NSN. This kit include the standard blued finish slide and barrel assembly to convert a 1911 to .22 rimfire caliber. Has the wide rib adjustble rear sight. High polish blue finish is 99% with a couple of minor storage marks. Comes with everything you need, including magazine and small parts. Also includes an additional Colt .45 blued barrel and polished bushing. Comes housed in a homemade wooden box. 300.00 - 500.00 1161 - LOT OF 4: GERMAN HOLSTERS. The first holster is an unmarked holster that fits a standard Luger with a pouch for extra magazine. The second is a black Luger holster with a Waffenamt WaA138 with swastika. A tan holster stamped inside P-35 bnz 1944” with Waffenamt WaA?. The last holster in this lot is a Walther holster that is stamped but not readable. Back belt loop has been changed. All four holsters are in excellent condition. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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1162 - LOT OF 4: ENGLISH BAYONETS. Largest: 26” L. Lot to include: A) two iron Brunswick bayonets, 26 1/2”. B) Bayonet for the Martini - Henry rifle with leather and brass scabbard, 25 - 1/2”. C) World War I Era Enfield bayonet, 22 - 1/2”. 400.00 - 600.00 1163 - 1950’S COLT MODEL 1911 CONVERSION KIT. Offered is a complete boxed kit that would allow any large caliber Model 1911 to be converted to fire the .22 rim fire cartridge. The slide is 98% high polish blue with the matte top, adjustable target sight with just a hint of high edge wear and rear base slide wear. All original accessories including magazine. Comes in original box which has tape repair and a full box of period .22 ammunition. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1163

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1164 - CIRCA 1890’S EASTLAKE STYLE WALL RIFLE RACK. 48” x 33” x 7”. This rack was made to hold five long guns. Would have been used in an old hardware store, probably high end given the amount of detail. It is done in the 1890’s Eastlake style with beautiful carvings throughout. This is the type of rifle rack you would expect to find at a fancy gun shop at the turn of the century. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 1165 - LYMAN SUPER TARGETSPOT 20X TARGET SCOPE. The Lyman Super Targetspot scope was introduced in 1937 to 1978. Measures 24.375” with a 3/4” tube. Serial No. 17891. Has the black enamel adjustable rear base with black enamel front. Has both of the screw-in lens protectors. Scope retains virtually all of the original blue finish with a couple of light storage marks. Perfect optics with standard thin crosshairs. 450.00 - 750.00 LOT - 1164

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1166 - LARGE LOT OF U.S. MARTIAL PISTOL PARTS & OTHER. Comprising: A bag of flintlock components including three period cocks, a reproduction cock and brass pan, and two original frizzens. A complete percussion Hall action by Harper’s Ferry. An original flintlock martially marked barrel, a reproduction swivel ramrod, a repro steel butt cap with top grip strap, an Aston lock plate dated 1852, a bag of 5 small parts form the Rifle Shop, a bag containing Deringer parts and German silver furniture, a bag of many original springs, a bag of screws, frizzens, brass pans, and springs. Another bag containing a barrel, trigger guard, barrel bands and other original parts. 500.00 - 700.00

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1167 - ANTIQUE CAST IRON SHOOTING GALLERY TARGET. 12” x 10”. This great old cast iron target, 19th century, has seen many repaints in its lifetime. It is extremely colorful. It is suppose to chime when hit. 600.00 - 1,000.00


LOT - 1168 1168 - UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. FULL BOX .44 LONG RF. The box is full but the seal has been broken. Seal is present on all four sides, some partial. Stamped “.44 long rimfire” on both ends. Lovely top label that is extremely clean with just minor scuffs, but complete. Bottom of the box lists these cartridges for several firearms including Colt, Winchester, Marlin, Smith & Wesson, Remington, Whitney, and Bullard. Box has been shrink-wrapped for protection but is very solid. Guaranteed full and correct. (Good - Very Good). 700.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 1169 1169 - FULL BOX U.M.C .44 RF FOR PISTOLS. Offered is a full box, all original, inspected by Ray Giles. Seal is broken but box is complete. Blank bottom. Printing on front seal only. Excellent label with some minor scuffing and one small chip at top. States “Smith & Wesson Patent April 17, 1860”. These are the .44 rimfire shorts and would have been used in various pocket pistols and could also be used in the Colt Richards conversions, although they would be short in chamber. 800.00 - 1,000.00

LOT - 1170 1170 - LOT OF 2: EMPTY CARTRIDGE BOXES - .44 HENRY RIFLE. The first box was manufactured by Remington U.M.C. The cover lists “50 Rimfire .44 Henry Flat”, diagram of the cartridge on the center of the top label reads “Model 1866”. Side seal reads “Specially adopted for Model 1866”. Has guarantee on bottom and partial seal on all sides. Full top label with a few minor scuffs and some aging. Nice display piece. The second box was manufactured by U.S. Cartridge Company for 50 .44 caliber Henry Flat. Top label reads “For Model 1866 Henry and Winchester Rifles and Colt’s Rimfire Revolvers”. All four side seals are nearly complete and has a blank bottom. Both boxes have been shrink wrapped for protection. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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1171 - (A) FLOBERT TYPE 2 PISTOL. NSN. 9-1/2” barrel in .22 caliber. Features octagonal blued barrel, adjustable front sight, rear target sight, casehardened hammer, blued extractor, walnut stock with checkered panels on grips and forend, and blued spur trigger guard and buttcap. Excellent condition as refinished. Barrel retains approximately 98% blue finish. Action has faded case colors. Buttcap and trigger guard has about 90% blue, mostly turning to brown. Stock is excellent with the few usual marks from use. 200.00 - 400.00

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1172 - (A) REMINGTON MODEL 1858 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. NSN. Caliber is .44 percussion, barrel length is 6-1/2”. Offered is a project revolver. The barrel has been shortened and screws easily out of frame and does not line up and is not marked with surface pitting. Loading lever is replacement. Frame and cylinder are all brown with some pitting on right side, all nipples are missing, has ill fitting white plastic grips. Cylinder does not index. Someone with the proper parts, time, and patience could make this into a decent shooter. 200.00 - 400.00

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1173 - (C) COLT CASED CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL. Serial No. 8691W. 6” barrel in .22 short rimfire caliber. These revolvers were produced in 1961. They are basically a scaled down version of the 1860 Colt Army with blued barrel and cylinder, gold plated frame, two piece wood grips, and a hard presentation case. Revolver is in as new unfired condition. Case shows wear. 200.00 - 400.00 1174 - (A) PAIR OF DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION PISTOLS. NSN. Probably Belgian, octagonal 4-1/2” barrels in .38 caliber smoothbores. Percussion boxlock actions with double triggers and steel trigger guards. Replaced walnut grips. Fair, actions and barrels have been sanded, now retaining a grey patina with scattered areas of pitting and dark spots. 200.00 - 400.00

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1175 - (A) LOT OF 3 : ANTIQUE HANDGUNS. Serial No. 477. 3-1/4” barrel with a .28 bore measurement. Offered is a small Belgium proofed folding trigger, double action, pocket revolver, with octagonal barrel and two piece walnut grips. Pinfire Lefaucheux type cartridge, not working. Lot also includes two small handguns that are both single shot, .41 caliber Deringers, manufactured in Philadelphia. Both are broken, missing parts, rusty, and are basically for parts only. 300.00 - 400.00 1176 - (A) AMERICAN SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL. NSN. Octagonal 6-1/8” swamped barrel in .61 caliber smoothbore. Small front post sight and small notched rear sight mounted on crudely engraved tang. Back action lock stamped “SPANG & WALLACE PHILADELPHIA”. Large flat hammer with crude engraving and fish head. Hand forged steel trigger guard, ramrod ferrules, barrel key and lock screw escutcheons. Small oval shield wrist escutcheon and lead pheasant inlaid behind lock screw. Varnished walnut stock with back of grip checkered. Very good condition with dark patina on barrel and lock, cleaned trigger guard and replaced ramrod. Stock is excellent. 300.00 - 500.00

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1178 - (A) FLOBERT TARGET PISTOL. NSN. .22 caliber rim fire, 9”blued octagonal barrel, marked with anchor on bottom, in front of forend. Single shot Flobert type rim fire action. Wooden stock with carved grip and lock-shaped panels on each side of action. Plain steel trigger guard with spur, rounded butt cap with relief ribs and turned finial. Good condition, as re-blued. Barrel and action retain about 95% re-blued finish, some light edge wear. Bright bore, hammer retains 70-80% fire-blued finish. Furniture retains about 20% blue finish, mostly turning to grey or brown patina. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1179 1179 - (A) FLINTLOCK SCREW BARREL BAYONET PISTOL. NSN. Round 3-7/8” barrel in .44 caliber smoothbore with muzzle slotted for barrel wrench. London proofs on underside near breech. Tapered triangular spring bayonet is fitted to underside of barrel near the muzzle, trigger guard releases bayonet. Flint boxlock action marked “LONDON” on right side surrounded by military motifs and left side marked “MORRIS” and engraved en suite to right side. Walnut grip with flat panels on each side. Grey patina overall with scattered marks from use and barrel removal tool marks. Cock repaired on left side and bayonet lug replaced, possibly during period of use. Grip with scattered marks from use and losses to finish and small chip on left side behind action. 300.00 - 500.00

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1180 - (A) FLOBERT TYPE 4 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. NSN. 9-1/2” barrel in .22 caliber. Octagon blued steel barrel with dove tailed front and rear sights. Marked on right side of barrel, “MARIETT/BREVETE”. Unusual casehardened Flobert type action with lifting breech block, which also acts as an ejector. Checkered walnut stock with casehardened trigger guard and buttcap; single trigger. Excellent condition. Barrel retains about 80% bright blue finish with some edge wear, wear around muzzle and light scattered spotting. Action retains approximately 90% of case hardening. The trigger guard now has a spotted brown patina and toe plate/buttcap retain approximately 95% of case colors with light spotting. 300.00 - 500.00

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1181 - (A) FLOBERT TYPE 3 PISTOL WITH BUTTSTOCK. NSN. .22 caliber rim fire, 8-1/4” blued octagonal barrel with Liege proof on left side, near breech, and “GALANT FABT” marked on top flat, near breech. Standard dovetailed sights, Flobert action without finish, plain steel furniture in the white. Plain walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and relief lock-shaped panels on each side of action. Walnut buttstock permanently attached to altered area of grip, steel butt plate. Fair condition. Barrel with blue finish faded mostly to brown, significant edge wear and scattered marks from use. Action and furniture have been cleaned and have no finish, but scattered pitting overall. Stock good, scattered marks from use. Buttstock refinished and has scattered light storage marks. Bore excellent and bright. 300.00 - 500.00

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1182 - (A) UNUSUAL LONG BARREL FOLDING TRIGGER REVOLVER. Serial No. 2917. Barrel length 6” in .36 bore. This unusual revolver was manufactured in Belgium. Fairly typical folding trigger bulldog style, five shot, double action with checkered two piece walnut birds head grips. What is unusual is it has a full octagon barrel with small front sight. Hammer and trigger were gold plated. Cylinder and barrel retain 60-70% original blue with age freckling. Frame has traces of blue. Working condition. Grips near mint. Bore is poor but may clean to a better condition. If one’s interests lean to unusual pistols that are rarely seen, this is such an example. 300.00 - 500.00

1183 - (A) GAULOIS PALM PISTOL. Serial No. 6410. 2-1/4” barrel in 8mm caliber. Very popular pistol at the turn of the century. This is the Model No. 1, which has the nickel plated frame and barrel, and gutta percha palm that has a small chip at top. Still retains the sliding ejector port cover. Factory stamped on barrel and frame. Manufactured in France. Has left side safety. Retains approximately 70% original nickel finish with some age freckling and a bit of minor corrosion on top of barrel. Working condition. Very good bore. 300.00 - 500.00

1184 - (A) DOUBLE BARREL CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOL. Serial No. 24423. Damascus 6-1/4” barrels with concave matte rib and patent breech in .28 gauge smoothbores. Percussion back-action locks engraved with scrolls, hammer on left side missing its spur with double triggers. Finely engraved German silver furniture includes: ramrod entry ferrule, trigger guard, butt cap with cap reservoir and silver barrel key escutcheons and small vacant shield-shaped wrist escutcheon. Walnut half-stock with shaped panels of checkering around grip. Good condition with even brown patina on barrel and light patina on locks. Silver unpolished, stock is very good with minor spots on checkering and two small cracks between hammer and barrel on left side. 300.00 - 500.00

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1185 - (A) CASED REMINGTON STYLE POCKET REVOLVER. NSN. The only visible markings on left side of frame is NY. It is a five shot, double action, 31 caliber percussion with 4-1/4” octagon barrel, no hammer spur, two piece walnut grips. Lightly engraved frame. Gun is missing front sight, all grey patina. Grips are very good. Cylinder indexes, but hammer is missing the firing pin, screws are marred, light engraving on frame. Comes in a home made case with a period capper, bowl mold and cap tin. 300.00 - 500.00

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1186 - (A) CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 320458. Caliber .31 percussion. Manufactured in 1870. Standard features five shot, single action, octagon barrel, one piece walnut grips, brass trigger guard and back strap. This revolver saw lots of use and did not spend it’s life in it’s case. 40% cylinder scene all matching numbers except wedge. Gun is all grey and has salt and pepper finish on frame and cylinder. Grips shrunk. Cylinder indexes. Comes in a home made case with reproduction powder flask and original Colt brass bullet mold. 300.00 - 500.00

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1187 - (A) ENGLISH STYLE S.S. PERCUSSION PISTOL. NSN. .50 percussion with a 7” barrel. Custom built in the finest tradition of an English heavy barrel Dragoon. Features full heavy octagon barrel, swivel metal ramrod, sash hook, engraved lockplate, hammer, trigger guard, metal butt and screws, with beautifully checkered and incised walnut stock. Barrel is engraved “C.F.R.”. Gun remains in beautiful condition with a couple of minor chips at lockplate. Small 1/2” hairline crack at hammer. No maker stamp. This pistol weights 3lbs 1oz. There are no other marks on this pistol. It is unclear when exactly it was manufactured. It does have some age and is in beautiful condition. 300.00 - 600.00

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1188 - (A) COPY S&W NEW MODEL NO. 3 WITH RIG. NSN. Offered is a Spanish-made copy of the popular Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 Navy six shot double action revolver. It is chambered for the .44 S&W Russian cartridge. This revolver still retains 90% of the original factory nickel finish. Grips are walnut. Trigger guard is blued. Bore is weak. Cylinder does not index so this will need some mechanical attention. This revolver is housed in a period double loop holster and cartridge money belt. The belt and holster need some leather repairs but is a handsome rig. 300.00 - 600.00

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1189 - (A) S&W MODEL 1-1/2 REVOLVER. Serial No. 208. 3-1/2” barrel in .32 rimfire caliber. Manufactured 1865 to 1868. Features five shot, non-fluted cylinder, tip-up, spur trigger, octagon barrel, and square butt rosewood grips. Frame retains 50% original high polish blue, balance turning patina. Cylinder is dull blue. Barrel is gun metal grey. Case colors darkened on hammer. Grips are near mint. Action works perfectly. Hinge fine but has a light wiggle. Strong rifling. Popular Civil War revolver. 350.00 - 450.00

1190 - (A) S&W MODEL 1-1/2 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 29745. 3-1/2” barrel in .32 Smith & Wesson caliber. These revolvers were manufactured 1878 to 1892. Standard features include tip-up, five shot, single action, spur trigger, nickel finish, case colored hammer, and Smith & Wesson black composite bird’s head grips. This early gun has the 1877 patent date on rear top strap. Lock up and indexes like new. Grips are near mint. Revolver retains approximately 70% original nickel finish with some scattered light age freckling. Strong near mint bore. Nice early example. 350.00 - 500.00 1191 - (A) GERMAN SINGLE SHOT TARGET PARLOR PISTOL. NSN. 11-1/8” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Very interesting German/ Austrian manufactured tip-up single shot pistol. Barrel tips forward by pulling down on trigger guard. Has set triggers, full octagon barrel with matted rib, wind-drift adjustable front and rear sights, small checkered walnut forend, and large checkered walnut pistol grip. Grip is incised at scallops with a silver antlered stag on left side, with provisions for a should stock, and metal grip cap. Frame and tang are engraved, as is trigger guard. All metal is a pleasing smooth patina. Strong, clean, rifled bore. Tight lock-up. Perfect set trigger. Fine, early, and unusual target pistol. 350.00 - 550.00 1192 - (A) LOT OF 2: SMALL ANTIQUE POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 5859 & 5012. The first revolver, manufactured by Wesson & Harrington, is serial No. 5012. It is an unusual 2-3/4” .32 caliber, five shot, single action,spur trigger, nickel finish, octagon barrel, with birds head walnut grips. Perfect barrel legends. 85-90% factory nickel finish with most thinning on left sideplate. Grips are excellent to near mint. Ejector pin does not lock into place. Action does not index. Very good bore. The second gun is a G. Morian Brevette 1-3/4” six shot, double action, folding trigger with blued barrel and cylinder, and case colored frame with checkered wood stocks. Serial No. 5859. This gun has seen moderate carry wear. 95% brilliant colors on frame. Wood grips are near mint. 85-90% original blue on barrel and cylinder. Perfect working order. Small European caliber. Comes with a leather purse pouch. Bore measures .21. Locks up tight. Strong bore. 350.00 - 550.00

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1193 - (A) S&W MODEL 1 1/2 SINGLE ACTION POCKET REVOLVER. Serial No. 106122. Caliber is .32 S&W. Barrel length is 3 - 1/2”. Revolver is referred to as the New Model second issue. Manufactured 1868 to 1875. Chambered for the .32 RF long cartridge. Features: round barrel with rib, five shot fluted cylinder, blued finish, two piece walnut bird’s head grips, and spur trigger. Frame retains approx. 75% high polish blue finish. Barrel has silvered along sides, retains most of its blue in flutes. Cylinder is soft blue/brown patina. Grips are excellent. This is a tip up. Cylinder indexes perfectly, strong clean bore, and good case colors on hammer. These revolvers are far less common in factory blue finish. 350.00 - 550.00

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1194 - (A) EARLY 19TH CENTURY WILLAM H. FORKER AIR RIFLE. Serial No. 20. The top of the barrel is stamped “William H. Forker Meadville, Pennsylvania”. Forker was a gunsmith born in 1798 and died 1899. This early air rifle consists of a 27-7/8” round iron barrel with small brass frame, walnut buttstock, and brass buttplate. This rifle needs some work. Stock is cracked. There are pieces missing at wrist. Piece missing at toe. Barrel is a mix of metal silver and brown patina with overall salt and pepper texture. Brass was cleaned at one time. Not working. First of this type of air rifle we have seen. 100.00 - 500.00

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1195 - (A) LOT OF 2: FLOBERT STYLE SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. NSN. Comprising: Gun A) .22 caliber Flobert style rifle, 22-1/4” octagonal barrel with silver inlaid scrolls on top three flats near breech. Walnut stock with carved cheek piece and checkered straight grip. Heavy patina and pitting overall. Stock good, scattered mark from use and crack on forend. Gun B) Flobert .22 caliber rifle marked “H. PIEPER” on top of 23-1/4” octagon barrel. Walnut stock with checkered semi pistol grip. Poor condition with heavy brown patina and pitting overall, action repaired, stock with some losses around action and scattered cracks and marks from use. 150.00 - 250.00

LOT - 1196 1196 - (A) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SHORT RIFLE. Serial No. 60660. 22” barrel in .45-70 caliber. This lovely short rifle was manufactured in 1891. Features a round barrel; full magazine; case colored frame, lever, hammer, and forend cap; walnut stocks; and smooth steel shotgun buttplate. The rifle was rechambered to .45-70, you can plainly see it restamped over the original caliber on barrel. Barrel legends are sharp. Barrel retains approximately 60-70% thinning blue, starting to blend soft patina. Tube is basically soft patina. Nose cap retains approximately 50% case colors. Frame retains approximately 90% case colors on left side with areas of original varnish, top left high edge of frame has freckling. Top of frame and tang have most of the original case colors with varnish. Brilliant colors on lever and hammer. Right side of frame has approximately 20% color with freckling and aging. Bottom of frame has traces of color but basically grey. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, perfectly fit, with extra finish. Buttplate is a mix of blue and gun metal grey. Has the scarce Winchester full buckhorn rear sight with German silver knife blade front sight. Action is perfect. Strong clean rifled bore. The stocks have been refinished. According to the factory letter, this left as an octagon .38-56, which was probably an error, as you can plainly see the .38-56 under the .45-70 and the barrel is round. Also has a shotgun butt not mentioned in letter. All work was performed by a professional gunsmith. 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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1197 - (A) LOT OF 6: SWISS VETTERLI RIFLES/PARTIALS. Serial No. 208492, 144217, 166305,. This lot includes two complete rifles in very good working order; one is missing the rear sight. There is one rifle that is missing the front half of the stock and has been shortened. One rifle has a barreled action with buttstock only with sight. Two barreled actions with no wood or small parts. Conditions range from very good to excellent. Great dealer or parts lot. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1198 1198 - (A) MARLIN-BALLARD SINGLE SHOT SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 10131. 28” barrel in .32 long rimfire caliber. This small sporting rifle is basically a soft brown patina. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. There are some marrs at breech of barrel and owner ID has been etched into right panel. Tang mounting holes are missing filler screws. Strong rifling but usual abrasions. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1199 1199 - (A) LOT OF 2: BLACK POWDER & MILITARY RIFLES. Serial No. ?? & 3286. Comprising: Gun A) Reproduction half stock flintlock rifle by Armsport of Miami, Florida. Octagonal 28-3/4”, .50 caliber rifled brown barrel, casehardened flintlock. Half stock walnut stock, brass furniture and patch box, adjustable sights and wooden ramrod with brass tip. Very good condition with some light surface rust overall, brass dark, stock excellent, some light marks from use. Gun B) A full stock bolt-action rifle with “P. STEVENS/MAASTRICHT” marked on breech; serial no. 3286; dated 1873; adjustable sights; typical proof marks and markings; box magazine; walnut stock. Good condition, spotted brown patina showing edge wear and scattered marks from use; missing barrel band closest to muzzle and ramrod is missing. Stock good, some losses to finish and scattered marks from use. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1200 1200 - (M) H&R MODEL 1871 BUFFALO CLASSIC RIFLE. Serial No. HXX265632. 32” barrel in .45-70 caliber. This single shot rifle was manufactured 1992 to 1995. It is a single shot rifle, right side lever break open action with full heavy round barrel, checkered walnut forend and straight grip stock with case colored steel rifle buttplate. Has a blued barrel with barrel mounted peep sight. Globe front sight. Top of barrel stamped “Buffalo Classic”. Frame retains virtually all of the original factory case colors. Fine bore and action. This rifle has seen very little use and remains in near new condition inside and out. Very scarce short production large caliber single shot tip-up rifle. 300.00 - 600.00 326

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1201 - (A) CUSTOM ROLLING BLOCK .222 RIFLE. NSN. 20” barrel in .222 Remington caliber. Custom rifle built using a large antique frame of Remington rolling block action. Heavy stainless steel barrel with no sights installed. Custom stock. Forend is checkered. Radical Monte Carlo rollover cheek piece. Checkered aluminum buttplate. Redfield 4x12 scope with standard crosshairs and perfect optics. Fine bore and action. Should make a nice compact varmint rifle. 350.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1202 1202 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 L.A. RIFLE. Serial No. 21220. 26” barrel in caliber .32 Winchester Special. This antique Winchester was manufactured in 1895 and was re-barreled to the .32 Special sometime after 1905. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, walnut stocks, rifle buttplate, in standard blue finish. Barrel retains approximately 70% original factory blue mixing with patina with sharp legends. Has a replacement Marbles rear sight. The tube is a grey-brown patina, as is frame. Walnut forend has been refinished and is shy to metal. Buttstock was also refinished and is shy to metal, with a 2” crack on both sides at toe. Numerous abrasions. Strong pronounced bore. Fine action. 350.00 - 550.00

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1203 - (C) LOT OF 3: SHOTGUNS. NSN. This lot of shotguns is basically a parts/wallhanger lot. No guarantees. Includes a single shot top break 20 bore Stevens with a very good bore in working condition. The second gun is a J. Manton & Co. double barrel double hammer 12 bore shotgun with rusty metal and broken stock. The last gun is a rusty side by side with missing hammers and cracked stock. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 1204 1204 - (A) AN ITHACA 10-BORE HAMMER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 6938. 10 bore. Barrel length is 32”. Features twin Damascus barrels with a flat matte rib, but is missing the bead. The rib has a doll’s head extension and also has the typical markings. Boxlock action with visible hammers, no safety and double triggers. It has a plain walnut stock with checkered semi - pistol grip and maker’s hard rubber buttpad. Also features a checkered forend. Condition is considered fair with dark patina on all steel surfaces. The left barrel has a side dent. The bores are rusted and the stock shows significant signs of wear to the checkering especially to the fore-end, along with the usual marks from use. 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 1205 1205 - (A) PERCUSSION SXS SHOTGUN. NSN. Round 32” barrels, 8 gauge smoothbores with concave rib in center and patent breech with engraved tang. Flat lock plates with scroll engraving and a hunt scene with rounded hammers with scroll engraving. Double triggers and engraved steel furniture. Walnut half stock with checkered wrist and wooden ramrod. Fair, as found, dry condition. All surfaces with dark patina, steel with heavy patina, stock showing scattered marks from use and wear to checkering, brass tack under forend and steel tack behind trigger guard. 200.00 - 400.00

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1206 - (A) LOT OF 3: L.C. SMITH, RICHARD, DB SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 61483 & NSN & R3?. Comprising: Gun A) A shortened 16 gauge L.C. Smith double barrel break-action shotgun. Round Damascus 20-7/8” barrels, side plates stamped “L.C. SMITH and semi-pistol grip stock. Poor condition, one barrel not firing, wear to stock and all surfaces, scattered marks from use. Gun B) A modified 12 gauge Belgian double barrel shotgun, break-action with hammers. 30” round barrels. Locks marked “BELGIUM”, buttstock with relief foliage carved on both sides of wrist. Poor condition. Locks with crude added engraving, hammers replaced, actions with added engraving. Buttstock shows wear and forend with contemporary and unfinished relief carving. Gun C) An unmarked percussion double barrel 12 gauge shotgun. Hammers, barrel tang, and ramrod replaced. Walnut stock and iron furniture, several repairs to stock. 200.00 - 400.00

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1207 - (A) H&A FALLING BLOCK RIFLE. NSN. 30” barrels in 12 bore. No serial number. Improved choke. Metal is a mix of brown and gun metal patina. It has the pre-1896 barrel address. Frame is dark chocolate brown with scratches. Walnut stock is poor with worn checkering, cracks, and is ill-fitting. Not working. 250.00 - 450.00

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1208 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 SHOTGUN. Serial No. 42558. This is a Winchester Model 1887 lever action shotgun in 12 bore with a 30” barrel. Improved choke. Manufactured 1892. Features the blued barrel, case colored frame, round knob walnut pistol grip stock, checkered steel buttplate and two piece walnut forend. The frame is now a dark chocolate brown, having been refinished long ago. The barrel and magazine are brown patina with overall salt and pepper pitting. Forend is very good albeit missing rear screw. Stock has been refinished and is shy to metal. No visible cracks. Working condition. Decent bore with some abrasions. 250.00 - 450.00

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1209 - (A) BELGIAN LITTLE PET .410 SXS SHOTGUN. Serial No. 494. 24-1/4” barrels in .410 bore. Left barrel choked improved and right barrel choked full. This diminutive little shotgun features double exposed hammer with side locks, laminated Belgium twist steel barrels, full matted rib, single bead, checkered walnut splintered forend, and round knob checkered walnut buttstock with black composite buttplate. All metal is a soft brown patina Both sideplates are stamped “Little Pet” and feature light engraving. Has a solid extractor. Bores are very good. Action does have some play. Wrist has been repaired. Double let triggers. 13-5/8” LOP to front trigger. With some attention to the buttstock, this would be an interesting little shotgun. 300.00 - 500.00

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1210 - (A) LOT OF 3: SHOTGUNS. Serial No. NSN NSN & 49330. The first gun was manufactured by the Leader Gun Company. Serial No. 529330. 28-1/2” barrel in 16 bore with modified choke. Front of barrel was cut off and re-choked, has no bead, and retains 80% blued finish. Features break open barrel and auto ejector. 75% case colors on left side of frame and 30% on right. Excellent stocks are proud to metal with no cracks. Black composite buttplate. Clean bore. The second shotgun is an Iver Johnson single shot, top break with 30” 12 bore barrel, full choke, and single bead. Serial No. 506. All metal surfaces are a brown patina. Very good to excellent pistol walnut stock. Missing buttplate. The last shotgun is an N.R. Davis & Sons AJAX Model side by side with a 30” 12 bore barrels, left barrel is full choke, right barrel improved, and solid matted rib. Near mint bore and tight lock up. 75% blue mixed with brown patina. Traces of frame colors. Very good to excellent walnut stocks with deteriorated rubber recoil pad. Nice lot of three usable cabin guns. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1211 1211 - (C) L.C. SMITH 20 BORE SXS SIDE LOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. 6398E. Manufactured in 1911. 20 bore, 28” barrels, 2-3/4” chambers with single brass bead and solid matte rib, marked “HUNTER ARMS CO./FULTON, NY” on rib near breech. Both barrels with improved modified chokes. Casehardened side lock action marked “L.C. Smith” on both sides. Features double triggers, ejectors and an automatic safety. Plain walnut pistol grip stock with maker’s grip cap and checkered panels on both sides, red and black Hawkins rubber butt pad. LOP is 12-3/4” from front trigger to end of wood and 13-1/2” to end of butt pad. Checkered splinter forend with ebony tip. Good condition, barrel with mostly brown patina and some scattered spotting. Action with case colors mostly faded to silver or brown patina, some surface rust, case colors can be seen under lever and in protected areas; bores frosted. Stocks good with scattered marks from use. According to L.C. Smith: “The Legend Continues” by John Houchins, on page 197, it states that the 20 bore became available in 1907, a total of 57,796 were sold and only 5,874 with automatic ejectors and only 3,382 in 20 bore. 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1212 1212 - (A) EARLY PERCUSSION SPORTING MUSKET. NSN. 39” barrel in 12 bore percussion. Offered is a well-made utilitarian full stock smooth bore sporting musket. The workmanship is not signed but a US stamped military barrel was used. The lock bears no markings and has a full stock made of walnut with no military stamps. This was obviously an early to mid-19th century conversion of an old military musket using the original military stock and barrel, adding a new percussion lock and probably saw its way into the frontier. The metal is brown patina and walnut stocks have some cracks. Great period piece. 350.00 - 550.00

1213 - (C) LOT OF 2: EARLY DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Serial No. 48969 & 161627. The first revolver is a Forehand & Wadsworth .32 centerfire with a 2-1/2” octagon barrel and serial No. 161627. Features six shot, double action, factory nickel finish, with black composite logo grips. Action is perfect. Grips are near mint. Gun retains approximately 80% original factory nickel. Near mint bore. Cylinder face shows no signs of having been fired. The second revolver in this lot is a Spanish top break .32 caliber with a 3” barrel. Serial No. 48969. Manufactured by Eibar. Features five shot, double action, blued finish, with monogrammed grips. Double action not working. Gun retains approximately 85% blue turning brown patina. Very good bore. 150.00 - 250.00 LOT - 1213

1214 - (M) MIB BAUER STAINLESS SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 195025. Caliber .25 ACP with a 2” barrel. This stainless steel pocket hammerless semi-automatic pistol remains in as new condition in the original box with some certified mail receipts dated 1983. 150.00 - 250.00

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1215 - LOT OF 2: BOXED WALTHER AIR PISTOLS. Both guns are copies of the famous PPK/S with matte finish and black composite grips. Both are mirror images for the real handgun. Both come in original boxes, as new, with paperwork. 200.00 - 300.00

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1216 - (M) CHARTER ARMS UNDERCOVER DOUBLE ACTIONREVOLVER. Serial No. 21537. Cal. .38 Special, barrel length 2”. Features: double action, five shot, case colored hammer, blue finish, serrated trigger, smooth walnut grips with brass logo. Action and bore are perfect. Gun shows light wear overall with some high edge muzzle wear, light cylinder drag line and very minor high edge wear at front sight. Grips are excellent. Comes in a period Bianchi leather holster. 200.00 - 300.00

1217 - (M) BOXED BERETTA MODEL 21A POCKET PISTOL. Serial No. BAS04423U. Perfect complete Beretta 21A Bobcat, .22 caliber long rifle, 2.4” tip up barrel semi-automatic pistol in the original box with manual. Excellent original wood grips with Beretta logo. Very good, consistent bluing and frame finish. Great rifling, shiny bore. Smooth clean action. Pistol also appears to not ever having been fired. (Excellent - Near Mint). 200.00 - 300.00

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1218 - (C) GERMAN WAFFENWERK BOLT - ACTION TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 6716. A GERMANIA WAFFENWERK BOLT ACTION TARGET PISTOL .22 caliber LR, round 11” blued steel barrel. Single shot bolt-action with double set triggers, blued steel trigger guard with spur behind bow. Unique unmarked rear peep sight. Plain varnished walnut pistol stock with flat butt. Excellent condition, barrel and action retain 95% of re-blued finish with some areas fading and some wear at muzzle, markings worn. Bolt retains about 40% of blue finish, trigger guard with traces of blue, but mostly faded to brown, excellent bore. 200.00 - 400.00

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1219 - (M) RUGER P89DC SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 305-86334. Caliber 9mmx19, barrel length 3”. The P89DC is a double-action/single-action short recoil operated, locked breech, semi-automatic pistol. This pistol was produced in the 1993. This model has an ambidextrous manual safety/de-cocker located on the slide; when the safety lever is lowered to the safe position, the firing pin is cammed into the slide away from the hammer, the trigger is disconnected from the sear and the hammer is de-cocked. Pinned front sight, rear sight is adjustable for windage. There are polishing marks on top of slide behind front sight, minor pitting on left side front of the slide. Fine bore with strong rifling and smooth action. 250.00 - 400.00

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1220 - (C) LOT OF 2: H&R TOP BREAK POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 264 & 420590. Both revolvers feature nickel plating and both feature black composite logo grips. The first gun is caliber .32 S&W with a 4” barrel and serial number 420590. The second gun is a .38 S&W caliber with a 3-1/4” barrel and serial No. 264. Both revolvers index perfectly and have near mint bores. Neither have seen much use and retain 95% or better original finish. 250.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1220

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1221 - (C) COLT OFFICIAL POLICE REVOLVER. Serial No. 887272. 4” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Manufactured in 1962. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, with silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Revolver retains approximately 90% original factory blue with high edge wear on frame, trigger guard, cylinder and muzzle with light drag line. Grips are excellent. Action is perfect. Strong clean bore. 250.00 - 450.00

1222 - (M) LLAMA COMANCHE III DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. S899655. Cal. .357 magnum, barrel length 4”. Quality made Spanish double action revolver. Features: six shot, blue finish, adjustable rear sight, silver medallion checkered wood grips and vent rib. 98% original factory blue with light cylinder drag line, grips excellent. Strong rifle bore, perfect action. 250.00 - 500.00

1223 - (M) MIB S&W SD40 VE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. HEL6691. Cal. .40 S&W, 4 inch barrel striker fired action semi-automatic pistol. Stainless steel slide with fixed white dot front and rear sights, polymer frame and textured grips. Includes two factory 14-round magazines, safety lock, owners manual, empty test bullet casing, original box and packing material. Gun shows in like new condition inside and out. 300.00 - 400.00

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1224 - (M) UBERTI REMINGTON MODEL 1875 REVOLVER. Serial No. 13664. 7-1/2” barrel in .45 LC caliber. High quality Italian replica of the famous Remington Model 1875 favored by outlaw Frank James. Features blued finish, case colored frame, and two piece varnished walnut grips. This gun has been fired. Has a few nicks in the wood. Frame retains most of the original case colors. Barrel has some light high edge wear. Cylinder has drag line and edge wear on back. Fine bore and action. These Ubertis are considered one of the finest recreations of this model. 300.00 - 400.00

1225 - (C) LOT OF 2: EUROPEAN DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Serial No. 9529 & NSN. Gun A) The barrel is stamped “Acier Fondu”. This revolver has a 5-1/2” octagon barrel. Six shot double action. Belgium proofs on cylinder. Top break with checkered walnut grips with lanyard stud. All metal surfaces are a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. Action is perfect. Near mint bore. Measures .42. Serial #9529. Gun B) Six shot, double action, top break. Manufactured in Belgium. Has a 5” octagon barrel. Metal is gray patina. Checkered walnut stocks. Grips are worn. Slightly off time. Strong clean bore. Measures .36 300.00 - 450.00

1226 - (C) COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 36054. 3-3/4” barrel in .380 ACP. This pistol was manufactured in 1920. Shows a mix of blue-brown patina with some added wiped-on finish. Sports a pair of silver medallion checkered walnut grips that are original, but not proper to this gun. Fine clean bore and action. Original Colt stamped magazine. 300.00 - 500.00

1227 - (C) ANSCHUTZ 6MM TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 286377. 6 mm Flobert caliber, 11” blued round barrel marked with five German proofs on right side near breech and with encircled “J G A” logo on top of breech, left side marked “Cal, 6 m/m Flob.” And serial number. Single shot bolt action with bright finished bolt and double set triggers, blued steel trigger guard with spur behind bow. Varnished stock with checkered panels on east side of grip and forend, flat butt. Excellent condition overall, action and barrel retain 98% re-blued finish with scattered light spotting, bolt excellent, stock shows some minor marks from use. Excellent bore. 300.00 - 500.00

1228 - (C) COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER PISTOL. Serial No. 22687. 4” barrel in .38 Auto caliber. Manufactured in 1908. The pocket hammer model was designed by John Browning and is based on the model 1900. It is a semi-automatic, magazine fed pistol. Pistol has been after market nickel plated which has softened the legends. Has a King rear sight. Back strap has been checkered. Black composite grips are excellent. Magazine has been nickel plated. Strong bore and fine action. Has a high blade front sight added. 300.00 - 500.00

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1229 - (A) RUGER OLD ARMY SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 14006828. .44 percussion caliber with a 7-1/2” barrel. Offered is one of the finest black powder target revolvers ever manufactured. Features six shot, single action, percussion, blued finish, target adjustable rear sight, and walnut grips. This gun has been used. There is wear at muzzle, recoil shield, loading cut-out, and linkage. Still retains approximately 95% original factory blue. Excellent grips. Fine bore and action. 300.00 - 500.00

1230 - (M) CASED BROWNING BABY POCKET PISTOL. Serial No. 393515. 2” barrel in .25 ACP. This pistol was introduced in 1905 and discontinued in 1969. This particular pistol was manufactured in 1967. It is a semi-automatic, magazine fed, blued finish, with Browning logo composite grips. It retains approximately 30-50% original factory blue, balance thinned to gun metal grey. Fine bore and action. Comes in a Browning pouch. Very high quality pocket pistol. The Colt Model 1908 was based on this design. 300.00 - 500.00

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1231 - (M) MIB RUGER CHARGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 490-3638. 10” barrel in .22 caliber. The Charger is a semi-automatic pistol based on the reliable Ruger 10/22 rifle. No sights. Includes factory scope base, extended magazine release and bipod. Black and grey “Pepper” laminated stock and blued finish. Comes with a total of five ten- round magazines, soft case, original box and paperwork. Like new unfired condition. 300.00 - 500.00

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1232 - (C) CZ MODEL VZ 52 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. J13491. 4-1/2” barrel in 9mm caliber. Features a grey matte finish with high edge wear, matching numbers, brown composite grips, and includes one magazine. Fine bore and action. Grips are excellent. Comes in an original tan holster with cleaning rod. This pistol is dated 1953. There were 10,000 guns produced in the J series in 1953. Left side of frame has “R.I.D.” stamp. Barrel has matching number. Fine bore and action. Very popular Cold War pistol that was introduced in 1952. 300.00 - 500.00

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1233 - (C) COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER PISTOL. Serial No. 33500. 4-1/4” barrel in .38 Auto caliber. The smallest of the Model 1900 series of guns, Colt’s entry into the automatic field was referred to the Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Model due to the exposed hammer. Fires the .38 Auto cartridge which was interchangeable with the .38 Super that was developed based on this round. These guns could not handle the .38 Super rounds and were discontinued in 1929, the year the .38 Super was introduced. This pistol was manufactured in 1914. Features the blue finish with Colt logo black composite grips. The right side of the slide and frame, as well as the grip straps, are a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina. The left side of the slide and frame have suffered from poor storage. Much of the markings are not readable and there is worming to the surface. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean. Perfect action. Comes with one original magazine. 300.00 - 500.00

1234 - (C) LOT OF 2: EUROPEAN POCKET SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. Serial No. 59453 & 24263. Gun A) Browning Model 1955 serial no. 59453 in caliber 7.65mm with a 3-1/4” barrel. Manufactured by Browning in Belgium. It is a hammerless semi-automatic with blue finish and black composite logo grips. Has overall high edge wear with wear at muzzle. Retains approximately 75% original blue finish. Gun B) Mauser semi-automatic pistol serial no. 24263 with a 3-1/4” barrel in caliber 7.65mm. It is a magazine fed semi-automatic with blued finish. 75% original blue remains with scattered age spots and freckling. Checkered walnut grips are worn. Both pistols have fine bores and perfect actions. Each comes with one original magazine. 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1234

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1235 - (M) BOXED BERETTA 84F SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. E19415Y. 3-3/4” barrel in .380 ACP. Double action semi-automatic with alloy frame, steel slide, white dot rear sight, composite grips, near new in box. Minor storage wear. Comes with five magazines. 300.00 - 500.00

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1236 - (M) S&W MODEL 5906 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. TZZ9552. Caliber 9mm. Barrel length 5”. This pistol was produced from 1989-1990. Features include a brushed stainless finish, double action, semi-automatic, with Novac type adjustable rear sight with white dots and black composite grips. Can be fired as single or double action. Aside from some finish toning, pistol remains in new condition, inside and out. Does not include a magazine. 300.00 - 500.00

1237 - (C) ANIB HI-STANDARD DURAMATIC SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 484152. 6-1/2” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Offered is a boxed Model 101 semi-automatic pistol. The 101 series was introduced in 1954 and made until 1957. Features blued finish, magazine fed, semi-automatic, and black composite grips. Gun shows a hint of muzzle wear and a few minor scratches on top strap. Still retains 99% original finish. Near mint bore and action. Comes in its original blue two piece box numbered to gun. 300.00 - 500.00 LOT - 1237

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1238 - (C) COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 355204. Serial # 355204 2” barrel in .25 ACP caliber. Made in 1926. Fairly standard issue Colt semi-automatic .25 caliber pocket pistol in nickel finish with checkered walnut grips and silver medallions. Fine bore and action. Very good grips. 90% original nickel on slide. Frame retains approximately 90% of the reapplied nickel finish. Serial number is faint. Original Colt stamped nickel clip. 300.00 - 500.00

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1239 - (C) LOT OF 3: DOUBLE ACTION POCKET REVOLVERS. Serial No. 7959, 203161, NSN. The first gun is a Hopkins & Allen five shot, double action, XL revolver, 2-1/2” octagon barrel in .32 caliber, nickel finish, and checkered logo walnut grips with H&A logo (very scarce). Serial No. 7959. Is a full nickel finish and does appear to have been fired. Perfect working order. The second revolver is an H&R top break, hammerless, five shot, .32 caliber, double action safety model with 3” barrel, factory nickel finish, blued trigger guard and black composite logo grips. Retains 98% original factory finish with light drag line. High edge cylinder wear and indexes perfectly. Fine bore. The last revolver in this lot is an H&R top break hammer model 3” barrel in .32 caliber, five shot, double action with nickel finish, blued trigger guard with black composite logo grips. 90% original nickel and near mint grips. Cylinder hangs up. Nice lot of fairly high condition early pocket revolvers. 300.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1239

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1240 - (C) NAZI MARKED FN MODEL 1922 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 99567. Cal. 7.56, barrel length 4-1/2”. This pistol has matching numbers on barrel, frame and slide. Manufactured under Browning’s patent. Magazine fed, semi automatic pistol with blued finish and checkered walnut grips. Both the left side and frame are stamped with the nazi Waffenamt eagle and swastika. Left trigger guard is stamped “MR”. The pistol is a nice mix of blue and plum brown with flashes of bright blue. Fine action and strong clean bore. 300.00 - 600.00

1241 - (C) MAUSER BROOMHANDLE MOD 1896 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 901537. 5-1/2” barrel in .30 Mauser caliber. Standard Mauser Broomhandle semi-automatic pistol with Mauser Banner on left side panel. Commercial model. This pistol retains approximately 80% of the reapplied matte finish. Markings are fine. Gun does not appear to have been polished before refinishing and has numerous pits under finish on frame and barrel. Original grips are very good. Fine bore. Shooter grade or for parts. 300.00 - 600.00

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1242 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT REVOLVER & US M1 SPORTER. Serial No. 473826 & 1690784. The first gun is a customized M1 carbine manufactured by Standard Products. Serial No. 1690784. 18” barrel in .30 Carbine caliber. Frame and barrel have been reblued to high polish. Custom target sight added to rear bridge. Ramp front sight added. Full length pistol grip Monte Carlo stock has been added. Original style handguard. Includes one magazine. Strong rifled bore and fine action. Gun retains virtually all of the reapplied finish and has an excellent stock. Comes with a sling. Makes for a nifty little .30 caliber Sporter. The second gun is a Colt Army Special .38 serial No. 473826 with a 5” barrel in caliber .38 Special manufactured in 1922. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, with deep relief Colt silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Revolver is well used, retaining approximately 40% original blue. Grips are original but checkering is worn smooth is most areas. Strong bore and fine action. Good, solid, usable Colt .38. 300.00 - 600.00

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1243 - (C) IVER JOHNSON REVOLVER & WINCHESTER SHOTGUN. Serial No. 16213 & 171299. The first gun is a Winchester Model 1912 pump action shotgun serial No. 171299 in 16 bore with a 26” barrel with full choke. Manufactured 1918. Features full matted solid rib, single bead, blued finish, takedown, grooved corn cob walnut forend, pistol grip walnut stock. Gun has seen use but was well cared for. Barrel retains 80% blue while frame retains 50%. Buttstock is excellent with a Pachmayr pad added. 13-1/2” LOP. Fine action. Shiny bore. This is a nice, old, clean shotgun that would greatly benefit from a Winchester buttpad and spacer or a new stock. The handgun is an Iver Johnson Target Model 1900. Serial No. 16213. Features nine shot, double action, .22 rimfire, 10” octagon barrel, one piece checkered walnut grips. Barrel and cylinder have been re-blued and have pitting under surface. Frame refinish has turned purple. Sides of hammer and trigger are jeweled. Original grips are excellent. Fine action. Strong rifling. Comes in a basket weave quality holster made by Grundman’s. 300.00 - 600.00

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1244 - (C) LOT OF 2: S&W N FRAME REVOLVERS. Serial No. 14776 & S72415. Gun A) Smith & Wesson .38 caliber heavy duty revolver. Features a 4” barrel chambered for .38 Special cartridge. Revolver retains approximately 85% factory reapplied blue finish. Six shot, double action, replacement grips, action perfect, strong bore. Serial No. S72415. This revolver was shipped on April 27th, 1949 to Woodbury Hardware in Portland, Oregon with a 4” barrel, blued finish, and checkered walnut grips. Gun B) Smith & Wesson Second Model Hand Ejector double action revolver. Serial No. 14776. Barrel is 5”, caliber is .44 Special. Manufactured in 1914, well used with 20% original blue, fine markings, and gold medallion checkered walnut grips. Fine action and bore. This gun was shipped February 14th, 1917 to W.J. Pittee & Co., no address, with a 5” barrel, blued finish, and checkered walnut gold medallion grips. 300.00 - 600.00

1245 - (C) COLT NEW MODEL ARMY-NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 163644. Serial # 163644 Barrel length is 4-1/2”, caliber is .38 long colt. Manufactured in 1901. Standard new model Army-Navy revolver, six shot, double action, blued finish with black composite Colt grips. Fine gun retains approximately 70% of the high polish original factory blue with balance turning plum. Grip straps turned patina. Perfect action and lock up. Strong bore. Comes in original vintage triple loop holster. 300.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1245

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1246 - (C) BROWNING MODEL 1955 PISTOL & QUAKENBUSH RIFLE. Serial No. 603782 & NSN. This pistol, the Model 1955, is a commercial version of the Model 1922 chambered for the .380 cartridge with a 3.5” barrel and manufactured from 1954 to 1969. Serial No. 603782 features the blued finish with the Browning black composite grips. Gun retains 98% original blue with some light high edge wear. Fine bore and action. The Quakenbush rifle is in .22 caliber, single shot with a nickel plated frame at 50% finish. Barrel has been cleaned and measures 18”. Original walnut stock with Swiss buttplate. Stock has numerous repairs at wrist and needs to be replaced. Visible rifling. 350.00 - 500.00 338

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1247 - (C) S&W MODEL 10 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. C526605. 6” barrel in .38 S&W Special caliber. Manufactured 1961 to 1962. Standard features include high polish factory blued finish, six shot, and double action. This revolver has a case colored wide target hammer and trigger and a red insert placed in front sight. It retains approximately 85% original factory blue with light drag line. the grips are the proper diamond magna’s with silver medallion, but numbered to another gun. Action is perfect both single and double and the bore is near mint. Within the finish of the left side of the frame is a couple of spots that blend with the finish and the back strap has lost most of its finish. Very good service revolver of top quality. 350.00 - 500.00

1248 - (M) CASED TAURUS PT24/7 PRO SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. TAN16828. The Pt24/7 is chambered in 9x19mm and has a barrel length of 4.20”. Pistol features an injection molded polymer frame with blued carbon steel slide, rubber grip and a Laserlyte sub-compact laser sight attached to front rail .All 24/7 models also include a frame-mounted manual safety lever, and are equipped with an integrated firearm locking safety system, which Taurus calls the ‘Taurus Security System’ (TSS). This firearms uses a hammerless, striker-fires design. Heinie ‘Straight Eight’ combat sights are used on this Pro Series model. Gun shows in very good condition with thinning of the blued finish on muzzle. Grips are soft and comfortable. Includes Taurus hard case with end label, two 17-round magazines, cleaning brush, tools and owners manual. 350.00 - 550.00

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1249 - (M) CASED S&W 5906 STAINLESS SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. VDV7601. The 5906 is a full sized 9x19mm pistol with a barrel length of 4”. The firearm was factory-shipped with a magazine disconnect feature designed to deactivate the trigger if the magazine is not fully inserted. Other features include ambidextrous safety levers, a one-piece Hogue rear wraparound grips and factory black plastic grips. Front fixed white dot sight and rear double white dot windage and elevation adjustable sight. The weapon’s construction is all stainless steel and is in excellent condition with very light handling marks. Includes three staggered column, ten round magazines, owners manual and factory hard carrying case with matching end label. 350.00 - 550.00

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1250 - (M) IVER JOHNSON M1 CARBINE PISTOL. Serial No. BA01523. Caliber is .30 carbine, barrel length is 9”. Manufactured by Iver Johnson. Referred to as a model PP. It is basically a custom made pistol based on the standard M1 carbine. Features finger groove walnut stock with pistol grip, blued finish, magazine fed, semi automatic with flip up rear sight. Metal ventilated hand guard, fine bore and action. Gun shows in near new condition inside with just some minor storage marks. 350.00 - 550.00 LOT - 1250

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1251 - (C) COLT .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER. Serial No. 4333. 4” barrel in .357 magnum caliber. Manufactured in 1954. This Model pre-dates the Python by two years and has become somewhat collectible as the Pre-Python .357 Magnum. Production of this model ended in 1961. This revolver dates to second year of production. Features Python style adjustable rear sight and target hammer, six shot, blued finish, double action, and fully checkered walnut grips with gold medallion. This revolver saw some years in a holster. Barrel retains approximately 60% original blue with thinning on sides. Cylinder is thinning, especially on high edges. Frame retains approximately 90% original finish with high edge wear. Grips are excellent with some glue residue on inside of front grip strap. Very good rifling. 350.00 - 550.00

1252 - (C) LOT OF 2: AMERICAN HANDGUNS. Serial No. 555965 & 27414. Gun A) Hi-Standard Model B semi-automatic pistol in .22 LR caliber with a 6-3/4” barrel, blue finish, homemade walnut grips, one magazine, serial no. 27414. This pistol has lots of holster wear but is in very good mechanical condition and retains approximately 30% original finish. Comes in a period holster. Gun B) Boxed Charter Arms Bulldog Tracker Model in .357 Magnum caliber with a 6” barrel, serial no. 555965, blue finish, adjustable rear sight, six shot, fluted cylinder, double action, and checkered walnut medallion grips. Lightly used and near new inside and out. 98% condition. Comes in the original box with matching end label. 350.00 - 550.00

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1253 - (M) AMT HARDBALLER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. A25094. .45 ACP caliber with a 5” barrel. Manufactured in Covina, California, this is a stainless clone of the famous Colt Model 1911 Match Target pistol. It features adjustable rear sight, flat mainspring housing, lightweight adjustable trigger, and custom grips. Gun remains in near new lightly used condition. 350.00 - 700.00

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1254 - (M) H&K USP 45 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 25-110140. 4-1/4” barrel in .45 ACP caliber. This standard offering features a light weight alloy and composite frame with white dot wind drift adjustable sights. Double action, magazine fed. Has been used but still retains approximately 98% factory finish. Very fine, high quality, double stack, double action, semi-automatic pistol. 400.00 - 600.00

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1255 - (C) NAZI MARKED FN BROWNING MODEL 1922. Serial No. 97353a. 4-1/2” barrel in 7.65 caliber. All matching numbers. Excellent condition retaining 85% factory blue finish. Sports a pair of plastic grips. Frame has “WaA140” stamp. Numerous Nazi markings on barrel and slide. Fine bore and action. Includes one magazine that is not numbered. 400.00 - 600.00

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1256 - (A) COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING REVOLVER. Serial No. 98500. 4-1/2” barrel in .38 LC caliber. Manufactured 1895. Standard Colt Lightning six shot double action revolver blued and case colored with Colt black composite grips. This revolver has been completely restored. Retains 95% of the reapplied blue finish. One cylinder flat has wear front sitting with light muzzle wear and surface mars on cylinder. Case colors have been re-done and are rather flat and dull. Frame legends are strong. Pony is missing. Barrel legend is fine. Grips are very good to excellent with wear. Cylinder indexes but spins freely, return pin not working. Fine bore. Needs attention to timing. 400.00 - 600.00

1257 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMALL POCKET SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS. Serial No. 51660 & 146086. The first gun was manufactured by Nischo-kg. Erlangen. Model 11 manufactured in Germany. Caliber .25 Auto. Serial No. 146086 with a 2” barrel, blued finish, black composite grips. 50% original finish. Working. The second gun is an Ortgies in .25 ACP with a 2-1/2” barrel, blued finish, and logo walnut grips. 70% blue. Working. 400.00 - 600.00

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1258 - (C) COLT POLICE POSITIVE REVOLVER. Serial No. 203398. 4” barrel in .32 Police caliber. Manufactured in 1920. Features six shot, double action, and blue finish with Colt black composite grips. Revolver retains 90-95% original blue finish. Fire blue remains on trigger and back of hammer. Grips are excellent. Revolver has some light muzzle wear and a few age spots, but has seen little use. Has a strong clean bore and perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

1259 - (C) PRE - WAR S&W 2ND MODEL .44 H-E REVOLVER. Serial No. 33458. 6-1/2” barrel in .44 S&W Special caliber. Manufactured in 1929. Features half moon front sight, six shot, double action, blue finish, and case color hammer and trigger. Matching serial number on barrel and cylinder. Revolver retains 99% of the reapplied high polish blue finish. Legends are sharp. Some minor blemishes under finish on frame. Perfect action and near mint bore. Sports a pair of checkered pre-war style faux ivory grips. Very handsome, should make a fine shooter. 400.00 - 600.00

1260 - (C) COLT ARMY SPECIAL .32 REVOLVER. Serial No. 404908. 6” barrel in .32-20 caliber. Manufactured 1915. This series of revolvers replaced the New Army-Navy Model. Features six shot, double action, blue finish, with Colt logo black composite grips. These are early revolvers so they are finished in the Colt high polish finish. The top and bottom of the barrel retain 90% of this high polish blue with razor sharp legends. Sides of barrel have thinned to a blue-grey from holster wear. Cylinder retains most of the original blue in flutes and 50% on flats with high edge wear. Left side of frame has approximately 90% of the high polish blue worn to approximately 50% on top strap. Right side shows brown patina showing through the original high polish blue finish. Trigger guard has thinned to 50%. Grip straps are toned to gun metal grey-brown patina. Original grips are excellent. Action is perfect. Near mint bore. 400.00 - 600.00

1261 - (C) S&W .32 H.E. MODEL OF 1903 REVOLVER. Serial No. 10225. 4-1/4” barrel in .32 S&W long caliber. This rare revolver was only manufactured in 1903-1904. It is a round butt, six shot, double action revolver built on the I frame. This revolver features the factory nickel finish with case colored hammer and is fitted with a pair of period non-medallion pearl grips. Revolver shows minor age spotting and freckling. Still retains 98% factory nickel finish. Legends are razor sharp. Grips are excellent. Strong rifling with light abrasions. Perfect action. The butt is stamped with a factory return star which would indicate repair or factory refinish, but there is no refinish date stamped inside. It would appear this revolver was returned to the factory for something other than refinishing. 400.00 - 600.00

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1262 - (M) CASED BROWNING BDA 380 PISTOL. Serial No. 425NV05013. Caliber .380 ACP/ 9mm short, barrel length 3-3/4”. Features: blued finish, magazine fed, semi automatic, double action with smooth walnut Browning logoed grips. Manufactured in Belgium and is near new condition with the plastic carrying case, two magazines and paperwork. 400.00 - 600.00

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1263 - (M) CASED WALTHER STAINLESS MODEL PPK/S PISTOL. Serial No. 1172BAK. .380 ACP caliber with a 3” barrel. Offered is the classic stainless Walther PPK double action semi-automatic pistol in stainless. Manufactured by Smith & Wesson under license to Carl Walther. This pistol is in as new condition inside and out. Comes in an original case with paperwork and one magazine. 400.00 - 600.00 LOT - 1263

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1264 - (C) S&W MODEL 10-4 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. C587854. 6” barrel in .38 Special caliber. The Model 10-4 was introduced in 1962. It is a six shot, double action, blued finish, with case colored hammer and trigger, and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. This example was manufactured in 1962. The Smith & Wesson grips are replacements and should have the diamond center (left grip has a chip). Gun remains in excellent, all original condition with exceptional grips. Retains approximately 98% original factory blue with light drag line. Hammer and trigger still retain a majority of their original case colors. Fine bore. Perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

1265 - (C) S&W POST-WAR .32 H-E PRE-30 REVOLVER. Serial No. 596473. 2” barrel chambered for the .32 S&W long. Manufactured 1949 to 1955. Features blued finish, six shot, double action, and silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. Right grip panel is numbered to gun. Original grips are excellent. Nice case colors on hammer and trigger. 95% original factory blue with some high edge muzzle wear. High edge cylinder wear. Fine bore and action. This small revolver was built on the I frame. 400.00 - 600.00

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1266 - (M) S&W MODEL 36 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. J110887. 2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. This revolver was manufactured 1973-74. Features full nickel finish, six shot, double action, and checkered walnut grips with silver medallion. Right grip panel is numbered to gun. Revolver retains approximately 98% nickel finish with fine bore and action. Age freckling to backstrap. 400.00 - 600.00

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1267 - (C) BOXED S&W MODEL 36 REVOLVER. Serial No. 733097. 2” barrel in .38 S&W Special caliber. Revolver was manufactured in 1957 to 1977. Standard features include five shot, double action, blue finish, with case colored hammer and trigger. Silver medallion checkered walnut grips (no “diamond”) with right grip panel numbered to gun inside. Original blue box numbered to gun with paperwork. Aside from light drag line, gun is in near new condition inside and out. Nice early Chief’s Special. 400.00 - 600.00

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1268 - (C) S&W SECOND MODEL H-E DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 59513. Barrel length is 6-1/2”, caliber is .455 Eley. This revolver was manufactured in 1940 for issued to the British Government as part of the pre war lend-lease program of supplying weapons legally to Great Britain. Left side of frame has numerous British proof marks as does cylinder. Has matching numbers on cylinder and bottom of barrel. Standard features six shot, double action, blued finish with case colored hammer and trigger, lanyard ring with S&W gold medallion diamond checkered pre war style grips. Grips are not numbered. A previous owner has etched his name on the inside of grip straps. Hammer and trigger show strong case colors. Revolver shows typical British WWII use. Barrel has several mars. Grip straps have silvered out and has wear on all high edges, and muzzle wear. Has several dents on barrel. Very good bore. Perfect action. Barrel and front sight show evidence of wiped down finish. 400.00 - 600.00 1269 - (C) S&W .32 HAND EJECTOR 3RD MODEL REVOLVER. Serial No. 270798. 3-1/4” barrel in .32 S&W long caliber. Manufactured 1911 to 1942. Last patent date is 1909, indicating revolver was manufactured from 1909 to 1914. Features six shot, double action, blue finish round butt, case colored hammer and trigger, with black composite Smith & Wesson logo grips. Matching serial number on cylinder and under barrel. Right grip panel is numbered to gun. Gun shows literally no wear with the exception of light cylinder line. There is a star on the butt next to the serial number which would indicate a factory return for some reason, but there are no signs of refinishing and no refinishing date on inside, so it could have simply been a repair of some sort. Revolver is extremely scarce in factory blue finish. 400.00 - 600.00

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1270 - (C) GERMAN LUGER DOUBLE DATE DWM. Serial No. 5861. 4” barrel in 9mm caliber. This pistol was manufactured in 1917. It has the “1920” date added to bridge. These are referred to as double date models and were re-worked and re-issued to German Army and Police Units as permitted by the Versailles treaty. This pistol has all matching visible numbers including grips. Retains virtually all of its high polish blued finish. The side scallops have been jeweled, grips are worn. Very good bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

1271 - (C) LOT OF 3: COLLECTOR HANDGUNS. Serial No. AD47351, 50056, 915. Gun A) This is an H&R Model 929 Double Action revolver. Serial Number is AD47351. Caliber is .22 rim fire. Barrel length is 4”. High quality swing out 9 shot revolver with blue finish and black H&R logo grips with fixed sites. Revolver is in excellent condition retaining 95% original factory finish with some minor age spotting on right side of frame and barrel. Action is perfect. Near mint bore. Gun B) Savage Model 1907 semi -automatic pistol. Serial no. 50056. Caliber is .32 ACP., barrel length is 3-3/4” This pistol was manufactured in 1910 - 1911 and features the bright blue factory finish with the Savage Logo black rubber grips. It is a single action, semi -automatic, magazine fed. Pistol retains approximately 60% original factory blue blending with patina. Right grip panel is turning brown with a chip in the logo and hairline crack on top. Left grip panel is excellent. Strong bore, fine action. Gun C) This is a Young America safety hammer 5 shot double action revolver. No serial number. Has a 2” barrel. Caliber is .32 C.F. This double action pocket revolver was patented in 1887 and features an octagon barrel with factory nickel finish and black gutta percha grips. Has a spurless hammer. Back strap is turned brown patina otherwise retains approximately 85% original finish. Perfect actions and strong bore. 400.00 - 600.00 1272 - (M) LOT OF 3: SEMIAUTOMATIC POCKET PISTOLS. Serial No. RZ385, 1248864, 15508. Gun (A) Cased Kel-Tec PF-9, 9 mm caliber, 3.1” barrel, recoil operated, locked breech, double action only, semi-automatic pistol. Green polymer frame blued slide, fixed front sight rear sight adjustable for windage. Blueing is waded on right rear of slide, green finish is chipped from lower rear of grip, fine bore and action. Includes hard case with end label, 7-round magazine, manual and trigger lock. Gun (B) Bryco Arms Jennings J25, blow back operated striker fired .25 A.C.P., 3” barrel semi-automatic pistol. Matte finish stainless steel with black plastic grips, (2) 6-round magazines and original box. In very good like new condition, fine bore and action. Gun (C) Grendel P-12, .380 A.C.P. caliber, 3” barrel double action semiautomatic pistol. Black polymer frame, blued slide, fixed sights and NO magazine. Gun shows signs of being carried with wear marks to frame and freckling in slide. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 650.00 1273 - (C) PRE-WAR H&R “SPORTSMAN” REVOLVER. Serial No. S15311. 6” barrel in .22 LR caliber. This is a Fourth Variation large frame top break revolver manufactured 1937 to 1941. It is a nine shot, single action with blued finish, adjustable rear sight and deluxe checkered walnut pre-war target grips. This revolver has seen little to no use. Retains virtually all of the original factory blue finish. Very rare checkered palm swell grips are near mint. Fine action. Very good bore. 400.00 - 650.00

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1274 - (M) EARLY COLT TROOPER DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Serial No. 67386. Cal. .357 Magnum, barrel length 4”. This revolver was manufacture in 1967. This is the earliest style trooper that was manufactured without the top rib, sans ejector rod shroud. Features: six shot, double action, blue finish, high ramp front side, target adjustable rear sight, wide spur checkered target hammer, serrated trigger, Colt silver medallion checkered walnut large target grips. There is a light cylinder drag line and some light muzzle wear. Revolver retains approximately 98% original factory blue finish. Perfect action, fine bore. Comes in a period Lawrence leather flap holster. 400.00 - 700.00 LOT - 1274

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1275 - (A) S&W HAND EJECTOR 1ST MODEL D.A. REVOLVER. Serial No. 9515. .32 S&W long with a 4-1/4” barrel. Often referred to as the Model 1896, this revolver was manufactured from 1896 to 1903 and has the cylinder patent dates 1884 to 1895. This was the first model manufactured by Smith & Wesson with the swing-out cylinder, and thus is very important in the evolution of the Smith & Wesson double action revolver. Standard features include a factory nickel finish, six shot, double action, with period correct proper fitting pearl grips. Revolver remains in excellent all original condition, retaining approximately 75% original nickel overall, blending to a smooth gun metal grey and some light patina. Works perfectly both single and double action. Strong clean bore. Grips are near mint with no chips. 400.00 - 700.00 1276 - (C) LOT OF 3: EARLY COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Serial No. 476816, 186225, 230200. The first revolver in this lot is a Colt Army Special with a 6” barrel in caliber .32-20. Features six shot, double action, blue finish. Serial No. 476816. Manufactured in 1922. Barrel has mars at breech. Nice blue remaining on frame, turning brown patina. Original grips are in good condition. Perfect action. Very good bore with light ring. The second gun is a Colt New Army/ Navy revolver with a 6” barrel in .41 caliber. Serial No. 230200. Features blued finish, six shot, double action with black composite grips. Manufactured in 1904. Metal is a smooth blue-brown patina. Thinning on edge of barrel and high edges. Right grip panel has 3/4” piece missing at toe. Action fine. Strong bore. The third revolver is basically the same as the first but with 4-1/2” barrel. Serial No. 186225. This revolver was manufactured in 1902. Has chips out of both grips and missing the ejector rod head. Fine action. Nice bore. Brown patina throughout. 400.00 - 800.00

1277 - (C) BOXED RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK .44 REVOLVER. Serial No. 35565. 7-1/2” barrel in .44 magnum caliber. The Super Blackhawk was introduced in 1959 and featured adjustable rear sight, solid non-fluted six shot cylinder in .44 magnum caliber with square trigger guard and blue finish. This revolver was manufactured in 1968 and is standard in all respects with the exception of the replaced grips, the Herrett Shooting Star target grips. This revolver has been used, cylinder has a drag line with high edge wear, high edge wear at muzzle. Still retains 98% finish. After market grips are excellent. Fine bore and action. Comes in a period red and black box numbered to gun in grease pencil with proper end label. 400.00 - 800.00

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1278 - (C) LOT OF 8: PISTOL, REVOLVERS & POWDER CANS. Serial No. G32261, 20410, 259193. Offered is a large assorted dealer lot including: mint in box Lyman Italian copy .36 caliber (A) Remington Navy percussion revolver that features six shot, blued finish, walnut grips, and 6-1/2” octagon barrel with original box, no paperwork in near mint condition; a (M) Beretta Model 950B semi-automatic pocket pistol in .25 ACP caliber, serial No. G32261 with a 2-1/2” barrel, in box and in near new condition; a (A) United States Navy flare pistol Mark V dated 1944 and made by Sedgley, serial No. 242692 with U.S. Navy composite grip and frame in excellent condition. Also includes three nickel plated pocket revolvers: one is a hammerless Iver Johnson Serial No. 24020140, five shot, .38 caliber, with 70% original nickel in fine working condition with a very good bore; Forehand & Wadsworth six shot, .32 caliber, double action revolver with a 3” barrel, serial No. 2591913, and 20% nickel in fine working order and very good bore; and a Young American seven shot .22 caliber revolver with a 2” barrel, no serial number, 40% nickel, not working. Lot also includes a leather shot flask stamped “American Flask & Cap Company” in excellent condition; an original metal powder flask (no maker) with no dents and only some worn finish. Fine assorted dealer lot. 400.00 - 800.00 1279 - (C) COLT NEW ARMY & NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 120898. 6” barrel in .38 LC caliber. Manufactured in 1899. This revolver is part of the series of revolvers that introduced the swing-out cylinder to the Colt product line. It is referred to as the Model 1892, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1901, and 1903, technically this is an 1896. It is a six shot, double action, blued finish, with black composite logo grips. This revolver also featured the Nitre blue small parts and screws, as well as back of hammer and trigger. The hammer, trigger, and several screws still retain a majority of this Nitre blue finish. Overall this revolver has seen light use and retains 85% of the original high polish factory blue so eagerly sought by collectors on guns made prior to 1914. Grips are near mint. Perfect action. Strong clean bore. 400.00 - 800.00 1280 - (C) COLT NEW ARMY & NAVY REVOLVER. Serial No. 115520. 6” barrel in .38 LC caliber. Manufactured in 1899. This revolver is part of the series of revolvers that introduced the swing-out cylinder to the Colt product line. It is referred to as the Model 1892, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1901, and 1903, technically this is an 1896. It is a six shot, double action, blued finish, with black composite logo grips. This revolver also featured the Nitre blue small parts and screws, as well as back of hammer and trigger. The hammer, trigger, and several screws still retain a majority of this Nitre blue finish. Grip straps have greyed out, otherwise the revolver remains at 75% of the original high polish factory blue so eagerly sought by collectors on guns made prior to 1914. Grips are near mint. Perfect action. Strong clean bore. 400.00 - 800.00

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1281 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 60 REVOLVER. Serial No. AFE4941. 2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. The Model 60 is referred to as the .38 Chief’s Special Stainless. Built on the stainless round butt J frame with three screws and medallion checkered wood grips. Gun has seen light use with perfect action and bore. Comes in box numbered to gun dated October 25th, 1984. Includes original instruction manual. 450.00 - 600.00

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1282 - (C) COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL (DU MOND). Serial No. 529856. 6” barrel in .32 ACP. Referred to as the ‘Long Barrel Pocket Auto’, and sometimes as the ‘Du Mond’, this standard Model 1903 pistol features the barrel extension and a replaced rear sight. Examples of these conversions can be found on page 27 in the “Colt Pocket Hammerless Automatic Pistols II” by John W. Brunner. A similar collarless barrel extension with sight can be seen in figure 33. The original front sight has been removed from the top of the slide. Slide retains approximately 70% of the blue mixing with patina. Frame, straps and barrel extension retain approximately 90% original blue with high edge wear. Pistol sports the checkered walnut panels with Colt silver medallions. Near mint bore. Has original stamped magazine. Interesting Colt alteration that resembles a standard pistol with what appears to be a silencer but is actually rifled. 450.00 - 650.00

1283 - (C) EARLY COLT POLICE POSITIVE REVOLVER. Serial No. 42936. 6” barrel in .38 S&W caliber. Manufactured in 1911. This model was introduced in 1905. Built on the small frame. Features six shot, double action, blued finished, with the Colt composite black grips. This early model featured the Colt high polished blued finish with fire blue screws, back of hammer, and trigger. Gun remains in all original condition retaining 95% or better of this original high polish blue finish. Has some light freckling on right side of frame and light muzzle wear. The right grip panel has a small chip. Indexes perfectly. Strong rifled bore. 450.00 - 650.00

1284 - (C) S&W PRE - MODEL 20 POST - WAR REVOLVER. Serial No. S105479. 5” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Often referred to as the Heavy Duty Model as it was a .38 caliber built on the larger N frame. Features blue finish, half moon sight, six shot, double action, square butt, and silver medallion diamond checkered post-war magna grips. Revolver has matching serial numbers on yoke and cylinder. Proper era-style original grips, not numbered. This revolver has seen some carry use. Grip straps are a grey-blue patina. Cylinder is thinning on flats, barrel thinning on sides with overall high edge holster wear. Excellent grips, perfect action, and strong bore. Factory letter confirms all of the above and lists shipment on March 17, 1954 to Richard & Conover, Hardware Co. Kansas City, MO. 450.00 - 650.00

1285 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 67-1 REVOLVER. Serial No. 90K3407. 4” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Referred to as the .38 Combat Masterpiece Stainless built on the square butt K target frame with three screws. Introduced in 1972, the 67-1 was manufactured 1977 to 1987. Features six shot, double action, red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, medallion checkered wood grips. Gun has never been fired. Shows as new inside and out in original box with sealed cleaning kit and instructions. 450.00 - 650.00 LOT - 1285

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1286 - (M) S&W MODEL 52-1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 100534. 5” barrel in .38 Special Wadcutter caliber. The 52-1 was introduced in 1963. It is a single action, semi-automatic, made until 1970. Features the blued finish with standard adjustable rear target sight and high undercut front sight, sports checkered walnut medallion grips. Gun has an added trigger shoe and frame weight. Barrel is stamped “Mid Range”. Excellent bore and action. Pistol retains approximately 98-99% original factory finish, showing extremely light wear. Comes with three magazines. 450.00 - 650.00

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1287 - (M) HAMMERLI MODEL 103 TARGET PISTOL. Serial No. 3638. 11-1/4” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Right side of frame is stamped “London, Helsinki and Melbourne”. Fully adjustable rear sight, undercut ramp front sight, wood stocks with left side piece thumb rest and set trigger. Metal retains approximately 95% original blue, stocks are excellent. Original hang tag. Fine bore and action. This is a high quality pistol made in Switzerland. 800.00 - 1,200.00

1288 - (A) RUGER STAINLESS OLD ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 145-33618. 7-1/2” barrel in .44 percussion caliber. Considered one of the finest black powder revolvers ever manufactured. This is a stainless steel model, six shot, single action, with target sights and walnut grips. The cylinder shows no signs of having ever been fired, albeit there are several storage marks present that can easily be polished out. Grips are near mint. Bore is mint. 450.00 - 650.00

1289 - NAZI LUFTWAFFE TWO BARREL FLARE GUN. Serial No. LN24483. Barrels measures 6-1/2”. Left side frame stamped “GPT 1944”. It is an under-lever release, tip-up double barrel with two empty cartridges. Both barrels stamped on top with Luftwaffe eagle. Black enamel finish and brown composite grips. Has left/right barrel selector switch on back and cocking indicators on top. 85% original black enamel finish. 450.00 - 650.00

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1290 - (C) POLISH VIS RADOM SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. T2441. 4-3/4” barrel in 9mm caliber. According to the book by Bill York, the T Series was produced in 1943. It is a standard Nazi marked, magazine fed, semi-automatic pistol. Left side of frame has the Eagles 77 stamp used at Radom. The same mark can be found on left side of frame. Slide has matching number inside and barrel has matching number of 441. Has a clean bore, fine action, and a pair of black FB/VIS black composite grips. Gun retains approximately 90% of the matte black arsenal reapplied finish with some roughness under finish. Magazine is not marked. Standard mid-war Nazi used Radom. 450.00 - 650.00 1291 - (C) S&W .32-20 HE MODEL OF 1905 - 4TH CHANGE. Serial No. 133015. 6” barrel in .32-20 caliber. Manufactured from 1915 to 1940 and built on the double action square butt K frame with five screws, six shot, blued finish, and diamond checkered walnut grips (no medallions). The right grip in numbered in pencil to gun. There is some blue wear to the muzzle, high edges of cylinder, drag line, and a spot of blue missing on right side of barrel, otherwise still retains about 95% original factory blue. Traces of case colors on hammer. Fine bore and perfect action. Grips are very good with a couple of chips on both sides. Action is perfect. 450.00 - 650.00

1292 - (C) BOXED COLT HUNTSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Serial No. 91320-C. 4-1/2” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The Huntsman was introduced in 1955 and made until 1970. This pistol dates to 1955, the first year of production. It has had an after market trigger added but is otherwise standard with blued finish, magazine fed, semi-automatic, with black composite grips. Pistol shows some light muzzle wear and some minor marks to the matte finish, grip straps, and a couple high edge spots but otherwise retains 98% original factory blue. Custom case colored trigger has a set adjusting screw. Fine bore and action. Comes in a proper one piece hinged box with correct end label not numbered to gun. Box is worn but complete. 450.00 - 650.00

1293 - (M) BOXED S&W MODEL 10-6 NICKEL REVOLVER. Serial No. D457562. 4” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Produced from 1962 to 1976. This revolver still features the pinned barrel and recessed chambers. The ‘D’ serial range, without diamonds. There is a light drag line but virtually no cylinder burn. Gun remains in near mint all original condition, retaining all of the original factory nickel finish. There is some light wear on trigger and hammer case colors. Grips are near mint. Comes in the original box numbered to gun with the sealed tools, instructions, and wax paper. 450.00 - 650.00 LOT - 1293

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1294 - (M) NICKEL S&W MODEL 36 REVOLVER. Serial No. J527538. 2” barrel in .38 Special caliber. The Model 36 is referred to as the “Chief’s Special” and was introduced in 1950. It is a five shot double action built on the round butt J frame. This revolver was built 1976-1977. Features nickel finish, case colored hammer and trigger, and medallion checkered wood grips. Grips are proper era but numbered to another gun. Cylinder shows light burn and light cylinder line. Otherwise shows as near new inside and out. 450.00 - 650.00

1295 - (C) PRE - WAR S&W PRE - MODEL 20 REVOLVER. Serial No. 37281. 5” barrel in .38 Special caliber. This revolver was returned to the factory and re-barreled and refinished, June 1975 and is stamped inside. It has matching number on cylinder, and an original pair of proper silver medallion diamond checkered walnut pre-war grips that are number to another gun. Standard features include six shot, double action, half moon front sight, blued finish, with case color hammer and trigger. This is built on the large N frame to handle hot loads. Has a fine, near mint bore and perfect action. Cylinder has high edge wear and light drag line. Light muzzle wear and also light overall high edge wear. Grip straps have silvered out on back. Overall, 90% of the factory reapplied blued finish intact with nice colors on hammer and trigger. 450.00 - 700.00

1296 - (C) ERFURT LUGER P-08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 8698. 4” barrel in caliber 9mm. Standard World War I military issue Luger manufactured 1918. Has all matching numbers including grips, with the exception of the aluminum bottom magazine that is numbered 8481. Pistol retains approximately 90% original factory blue mixing with patina. Sharp legends. Nice straw colors on small parts. Right grip panel has a chip at top right, otherwise grips are very good to excellent. Strong clean bore. Fine action. The pistol frame is tweaked and slightly off-center, and the trigger guard is mis-shapen. 450.00 - 700.00

1297 - (C) NAZI MARKED FN MODEL 1922. Serial No. 169397. 4” barrel in 7.65mm caliber. Frame has the Nazi “WaA140” stamp. Early version with high polish nearly commercial finish. Nazi marked on frame and slide. Excellent checkered and grips. 90-93% original finish. All matching numbers besides magazine. Fine bore and action. Very high condition mid-war Nazi marked Browning. 450.00 - 750.00

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1298 - (C) FN BROWNING MODEL 1900 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Serial No. 603400. 4” barrel in 7.65 caliber. Introduced in 1899. All matching numbers except magazine not numbered. Beautiful early pistol retains 90% factory blue with high edge and muzzle wear. Excellent original grips. Fine bore and action. This is considered the first practical and reliable handgun adapted by the Army. Excellent all original condition. 450.00 - 750.00

1299 - (C) FACTORY NICKEL COLT OFFICIAL POLICE W/ PEARLS. Serial No. 879879. 4” barrel in .38 Special caliber. Manufactured in 1961. While the term ‘Official Police’ does not generally get the blood pressure up for Colt collectors, very few were manufactured in Colt full nickel finish. The two piece near mint pearl grips lend even more class to an otherwise mundane revolver. Cylinder shows light burn and light drag line. Bore and action are mint. Revolver retains 99% original factory nickel finish, making for quite a handsome .38. 450.00 - 750.00

1300 - (A) BOXED RUGER STAINLESS OLD ARMY REVOLVER. Serial No. 145-65276. Caliber is .44 percussion, 7-1/2” barrel length. Considered the finest black powder target revolver ever manufactured. This is the stainless steel version. Features six shot, single action, adjustable rear sight with walnut logo two piece grips. The previous owner of this gun ordered a 45 Long Colt stainless steel conversion cylinder and it appears that this is the cylinder he used to shoot this revolver that shows burn on face. The percussion cylinder shows no signs of ever having been fired. Gun is in excellent condition and does show wear and surfaces scratches which can be easily polished out. Has a fine bore, perfect action. Someone has put red paint on front sight. Out of production and would be hard to find and this one should be quite a bit of fun with the .45 cylinder. 450.00 - 850.00

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1301 - (C) MIB RUSSIAN MOSIN NAGANT MILITARY RIFLE. Serial No. 130118. Serial # 130118 Chambered for the 7.62x54mm cartridge, rifle was manufactured in 1934 and is one of the surplus refurbished rifles that has never been fired since refurbishing and has all the original packing. The bolt serial No. 130118 matches frame, bolt, magazine, and buttplate. The gun retains all of the arsenal reapplied finish. Stock is excellent with no cracks. Fine action, excellent bore. Still has the used surplus firearm safety tag. Features a 29” barrel, military sights and is import stamped. Comes in the shipping box with many accessories including bayonet, ammo pouch, sling, oilier and tools. 100.00 - 300.00 352

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1302 - BROWNING 1919 A-4 NON FIRING REPLICA MACHINE GUN. NSN. NSN offered is a MIB scale replica of the Browning model 1919 Machine Gun. has all working parts comes with bipod and ammo belt. As new, great display piece. Transversing and elevation mechanism. 150.00 - 300.00

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LOT - 1303 1303 - (C) CZECH MAUSER SHORT RIFLE. Serial No. P8778. 23.23” barrel in 7.92mm caliber. The model number is not stamped on frame. “E 24” stamped on front left of chamber. Matching numbers on frame, stock, bolt release, bolt, floorplate, trigger guard, and both bands. Metal is blue-grey patina. Duffel cut repair on lower forend. Added varnish and wrist repair to stock. Very good bore and action. 200.00 - 300.00

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1304 - (C) REMINGTON 550-1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 RIFLE. NSN. 23-1/2” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The 550 was introduced in 1941. This model (550-1) was introduced in 1946. It is a semi-automatic tube fed rifle that features a pistol grip, non-checkered walnut stock in excellent condition and black composite buttplate. All metal surfaces are pleasing blue mixed with brown patina. Fine bore and perfect action. Quality .22 semi-loader. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 1305 1305 - (C) CUSTOM NAZI MARKED MAUSER MODEL 98 RIFLE. Serial No. 84724. 24” barrel in 8mm caliber. The frame is a 1944 dated DOT Waffenamt stamped receiver. Has an original Nazi marked military barrel. Original period laminated stock has been shortened. No forend. Stock has walking silver half dollar set on left side, along with a like sized patch. Has the cupped butt. Trigger guard and floorplate are gun metal grey. Rear sight has been removed from barrel, which is now silver. Barrel is a mix of blue and grey. Frame has most of the reapplied matte finish. Receiver has three tap holes for scope mount. Fine action. Excellent bore. 200.00 - 300.00

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LOT - 1306 1306 - (C) MERIDIAN ARMS .22 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 13524. Cal. .22, Barrel length 24”. Features: full octagon barrel, 2/3 tube loading magazine, grooved walnut forend and straight walnut butt stock. Razor sharp markings. Stock is slightly shy to metal, refinished to original condition. 97% original finish on metal. Very good bore, fine action. Meridian Arms operated out of Connecticut from 1900-1915. 200.00 - 300.00

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1307 - (M) MIB MARLIN MODEL 70 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. 8343840. 18” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Features a Monte Carlo-style walnut finished hardwood stock. The 18” blued barrel is fixed to the receiver and uses Micro-Groove rifling. The 70 has a cross-bolt safety, a manual bolt hold-open, a ramp front sight, and an adjustable rear sight with the receiver grooved for a tip-off scope mount. Includes a Tasco 4x15mm scope (in box), three - seven round magazines, matching camo sling soft case and original box with matching end label. The stock still has the original test target stickers on forend. In like new unfired condition. 200.00 - 300.00

LOT - 1308 1308 - (M) MAUSER MODEL 98 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 2864. This gun began life as a Nazi marked Mauser Bolt Action Rifle chambered for the 7.92 cartridge. It was custom converted post war into it’s present configuration. Features a 24” barrel, blued finish, custom walnut stock. Metal retains approximately 90% of reapplied blue finish. Stock is excellent with usual few sings. Sling swivels have been removed. Has plastic butt plate and grip cap, roll over cheek piece, Monte Carlo stock and sports a Bushnell Sport View 3x9 scope with Weaver mounts and custom ramp front site. Bolt is not numbered. It has excellent bore and action. The plastic scope cap is cracked. 200.00 - 350.00

LOT - 1309 1309 - (C) ITALIAN MODEL 1938 CAVALRY CARBINE. Serial No. Y1747. Caliber 6.5mm with a 17.75” barrel. Standard military World War II issue that features the fixed rear sight. Stamped “Cal. 6.5”. Manufactured in Gardone. Has the attached folding bayonet with blued finish. Walnut stock with handguard. Left side of stock is numbered to gun and end is stamped “F.A.G. 42”. Sling swivel on left side of front barrel band and built into the left side of stock. Sports a metal butt plate and fixed magazine. Bolt is stamped “CG 19”, right side of barrel is stamped “942-xx”. Metal retains approximately 85% factory blue. Butt plate is stamped “F REG.” No visible import marks. Fine working condition. Strong rifle bore. Excellent stock with the few usual dings and a 4” scratch on the right side that looks like a crack but is not. The magazine floor plate retains approximately 80% high polish blue. 200.00 - 400.00 354

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LOT - 1310 1310 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 69 BOLT ACTION .22 RIFLE. NSN. 25” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Model 69 manufactured from 1935 to 1963. It is a magazine fed, bolt action, blue finish, with plain pistol grip walnut stock and black Winchester logo butt plate. This rifle has seen very little use; barrel and frame 98% factory blue and stock is in near mint condition. Trigger guard and loading plate retain 90% original blue. Perfect action and strong clean bore. Rifle is in nice enough condition for a box. 200.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1311 1311 - (C) MODEL 1870/87 ITALIAN INFANTRY RIFLE. Serial No. 4416. 43” barrel in 6.5x52mm caliber. Manufactured in Brescia, Italy 1870 to 1887. Beginning in 1916 rifles were converted from 10.35x47R to 6.5x52mm and used during World War I. Barrel liner installed for conversion. Features military rear sight, bolt action, bayonet lug on right side of barrel, distinctive trigger guard, and a one piece walnut stock. Ammo is fed through stripper clip. Unit marked on stock. Metal is clean; blue is starting to soften and mix with patina. Three sling swivels. Wood is cracked at magazine bottom. Both sides of stock feature strong cartouches. Excellent, strong bore. Fine action. 200.00 - 500.00

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1312 - (M) MIB RUGER MODEL 10/22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE. Serial No. 232-42354. This Ruger Model 10/ 22 semi-automatic carbine is chambered for the .22 long rifle cartridge with a barrel length of 18” and includes three 30 round Eagle magazines, original box, and instruction manual. Walnut stock and blued finish. This gun is in like new unfired condition in the original box with matching end label. 250.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1313 1313 - (C) COLT LIGHTNING PUMP ACTION .22 RIFLE. Serial No. 66112. 24” barrel in .22 rifle caliber. Manufactured in 1902. Standard rifle features full octagon barrel, half magazine, blued finish, walnut stock, shotgun buttplate, and checkered forend. All metal surfaces are a mix of grey-brown patina. Rifle is missing the dust cover. Has the one piece checkered forend with a 3” hairline crack. Original buttstock is proud to metal with small chip at toe of wood and the toe of the Colt buttplate is chipped. Working condition. Visible rifling. 250.00 - 450.00

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LOT - 1314 1314 - (C) SAVAGE MOD 745 LIGHTWEIGHT SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. NSN. 28” barrel in 12 bore with a 2-3/4” chamber. This shotgun was manufactured from 1940 to 1949. Features a decorated alloy receiver with a blued barrel. Built using the Browning A5 design, often referred to as the “Humpback”. Shotgun sports plain barrel with 80% blue finish, starting to thin, with single bead sight. Frame is basically a coin-color silver with dark background. Checkered pistol grip walnut stock with black composite buttplate. Wood is in excellent condition. Forearm and wrist do have a couple of closed stress cracks, but is still solid. Checkering is fairly sharp. Perfect action. Shiny bore. Reliable, lightweight 12 bore semi-automatic shotgun. 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 1315 1315 - (C) BSA MARTINI SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Serial No. 40944. Cal. .32-20, Barrel length 25”. Built by the Birmingham Small Arms Co. and marked for the Commonwealth of Australia with a separate serial number. Rifle has all matching numbers, built on a small martini action, single shot, drop block, with musket length forend, round barrel, military style adjustable rear sight and post front sight. Barrel has sharp legions. All metal is a smooth blue brown patina. Stock is very good with dull finish, proud to metal with no cracks but several scars and matching Australian numbers on the right side. Minor chipping from rear barrel securing bolt. Action fine, bore excellent. Some additional gun parts are included but are not for this rifle. Appear to be newly made Colt parts. 250.00 - 450.00

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1316 - (C) LOT OF 3: YOUTH FIREARMS. NSN. Offered is a nice lot of three firearms geared towards beginning hunters, training, and safety to include a Winchester Youth Model 37 single shot break open shotgun in 20 bore, modified choke, 2-3/4” chamber, 26” barrel, solid extractor, and 13” LOP. Barrel is a mix of blue-brown patina with flashes of blue on frame. Walnut stock is excellent with usual dings. Has a period Winchester solid red pad. Mirror bore and perfect action. Manufactured from 1936 to 1963. The second gun in this lot is a Stevens Model 325-C bolt action rifle in caliber .30-30 with a 21” barrel. This is a magazine fed bolt action rifle with blued finish, sporting sights, hardwood stock, and composite buttplate. Metal retains 85-90% original blue. Stock is excellent with minor dings. Fine bore and action. Manufactured from 1947 to 1950 and has a four shot magazine. Stock is not checkered. The last gun is an Sheridan pump 5 mm gun with blued finish and walnut stock. 70% original blue. Excellent stock with usual small marks. No cracks. Working order but pump is soft. 250.00 - 450.00

LOT - 1317 1317 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 12C PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 64970. This is a Remington Model 12C pump action rifle with a 24” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Model 12C was introduced in 1909 and produced until 1936. The Model 12C featured the full octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine, takedown, tube fed, blue finish, pistol grip walnut stock sans checkering, rifle buttplate, and a serrated walnut forend. All metal surfaces are a mix of blue-grey-brown patina. Forend has a 2” hairline crack. There is a 2” crack at pistol grip. A coat of varnish has been added. There are two hairline cracks on the right side of grip. Working condition. Strong rifled bore. 250.00 - 450.00 356

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LOT - 1318 1318 - (C) REMINGTON PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 13340. Remington Model 25 pump action rifle with a 17-3/4” barrel in .25-20 caliber. This model was manufactured 1923 to 1936. The barrel on this rifle was reduced to carbine length. New front sight was set in. Replaced rear sight with dark area where the original once was. Sharp legends. Metal is a blue-grey-brown patina. Has the grooved walnut forend. Original walnut stock has been refinished, shy to metal, with a crude carving on left side with the name “Bob”. Original steel buttplate and sling swivels. Action perfect. 250.00 - 450.00

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1319 - (M) LOT OF 2: .22 CALIBER RIFLES. Serial No. NSN & A299153. The first gun is an AR-7 Explorer with serial No. A299153 features a 16” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Textured finish, composite stock, takedown, semi-automatic, magazine fed. This survival rifle comes apart and all metal parts fit into the rear stock. High edge wear at trigger guard and frame. Near new inside. The second gun is a Marlin Glenfield Model 80G .22 rimfire bolt action, magazine fed, with 22” barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock. Missing magazine. 95% blue. Fine bore and action. Excellent wood. 300.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1320 1320 - (C) LOT OF 2: MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES. Serial No. 223519 & V9927. The first gun is a 7.35mm Italian Carcano manufactured at Terni. Dated 1939. Has the “S.A.” capture stamp. Stock is numbered to gun and is in excellent condition. No bayonet. Metal retains 80% original factory blue. Fine bore and action. The second rifle is an 1895 dated Mosin Nagant. Bridge is printed in Russian. Bolt is numbered 223519, floor plate is CA4793. Stock has circular factory stamp on right side. Rifle has the military rear sight. Metal is a freckled brown with some minor corrosion. Missing front nose cap. 7.62x54mm caliber. Walnut stock is very good. Strong rifled bore. 300.00 - 400.00

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1321 - (M) LOT OF 2: H & R SINGLE SHOT FIREARMS. Serial No. AN273027 & A113211. Gun A): H & R Model 151: top break, single shot, chambered for the potent .22 Hornet cartridge with a 22” blued barrel, sporting sights, base and rings are mounting on top of barrel. Rings need to be repainted and are missing two screws. Barrel retains 95% original blue. The frame retains nearly all the original case colors. Has a blond hardwood stock with full length forend. Sling swivels. Very good bore, fine action. Wood is very good with the usual minor dings. Serial #AN273027. Gun B): H & R: top break, single shot, .410 smooth bore with a 26” blued barrel, pistol grip hardwood stock, case color frame with an H&R logo hard rubber butt plate. Wood is excellent with a few dings. Minor chip at toe of butt plate. 95% of the original blue and case colors remain. Fine bore and action. Serial #A113211. 300.00 - 400.00

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1322 - (M) BROWNING BLR .22 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 05489RP126. 21-1/2” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Highly recognized as one of the finest .22 lever actions ever built. Features the blue finish, high gloss stock, and Browning black composite butt plates. Manufactured in Japan. Sports a Redfield 4x scope with Weaver mounts. 90% original factory finish with wear at base of frame. Wood is excellent with usual minor impressions. 300.00 - 450.00

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1323 - (C) REMINGTON PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 470094. Remington Model 12-A with a 22” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. This model was manufactured 1909 to 1936. Features a full round barrel, half magazine, takedown, sporting sights, blue finish, grooved walnut forend, walnut buttstock, and black composite buttplate. Barrel and tube are a grey-brown patina. Frame is a mix of blue-brown patina with age freckling. Forend is very good with no cracks. Original buttstock is very good to excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks. Fine working order. Poor bore. 200.00 - 400.00

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1324 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 151257. 24” barrel in .22 short rimfire caliber. Manufactured in 1902. Features octagon barrel, 2/3 tube loading magazine, takedown, blued finish with grooved walnut forend, rifle walnut buttstock and original sporting sights. Strong legends, all metal is a dark freckled patina with some scattered roughness. Forearm is worn with chipping. Buttstock has a repair at wrist, several hairline cracks and one longer crack at tang. Poor bore. 300.00 - 500.00

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1325 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 233516. 20” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Manufactured in 1911. Features round barrel with tube feed magazine, takedown, walnut stocks, straight buttplate with blued finish, and original sporting front and rear sights. This rifle features sharp factory legends. Bolt retains 30% original blue with balance soft brown freckled patina. Stocks good with no cracks and a Winchester logo butt plate. Very good rifle bore. 300.00 - 500.00

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1326 - (C) MOSSBERG MODEL 42M BOLT ACTION RIFLE. NSN. 23” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. The Model 42M was manufactured from 1940 to 1944. It features a two piece full stock, bolt action, magazine fed, with ramp front sight, standard sporting rear sight, and a receiver aperture sight. The buttplate has a trapdoor for an extra magazine. Rifle comes with one magazine. The aperture sight is a Mossberg S100. The entire gun has been expertly restored. Metal retains virtually all of the reapplied high polish blue finish. The walnut stock is near mint and highly finished. Fine bore and action. 200.00 - 400.00

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1327 - (C) FRENCH MAS 36 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. H00029. 21-1/2” barrel in 7.5x54mm caliber. Production for this model began in 1938 though most were made after World War II. Retains most of the matte black arsenal finish. Import stamp on frame. MS1 grenade version. Wood and metal are near mint. 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1328 1328 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 117454. 24” barrel in .22 short caliber. Manufactured in 1901. Has sharp legends and is brown patina. Forearm has a repaired crack. Stock has numerous cracks and is shy to metal. Features octagon barrel, 2/3 tube loading magazine, takedown, blued finish, with grooved walnut forends, rifle walnut butt stock, and original sporting sights. Poor bore. 300.00 - 500.00

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1329 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 765818. 20” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Manufactured after 1935. Features tube fed magazine, takedown, walnut stocks, straight buttplate with blued finish, and original sporting front and rear sights. Metal is a smooth blue-grey patina with some added wiped on finish. Forend is excellent, buttstock is ill-fitting, cracked at base of wrist, shy to metal, with original buttplate. Very good rifled bore. 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1330 1330 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 584828. 20” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Manufactured in 1919. Features tube fed magazine, takedown, walnut stocks, straight buttplate with blued finish, and original sporting front and rear sights. All metal is a grey patina with sharp legends. The left frame screw has been replaced. Stock has been refinished and a white line spacer has been added. Visible rifling. 200.00 - 400.00

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1331 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 24 SEMIAUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 102734. Cal .22 LR, Barrel length 21”. The Model 24 was introduced in 1922 and manufactured until 1935. Frame and barrel retain 80% original factory blue blending with patina. Pistol grip butt stock and forend are excellent with no cracks or chips with a metal butt plate. Rounds are fed through the butt. All legions are sharp as new. Fine action, strong bore. Far above average condition for this model. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1332 1332 - (C) FRENCH MAS 36 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. P8960. 21-1/2” barrel in 7.5x54mm caliber. Three piece wood stock and dark military matte finish. 90% inside and out. 300.00 - 500.00

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1333 - (C) FINE REMINGTON MODEL 4 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Serial No. J310805. 22-1/2” octagon barrel in .25-10 rimfire (.25 Stevens) caliber. These rifles were manufactured from 1890 to 1933. Features a full blued octagon barrel, original sporting front and rear sights, case colored frame, walnut stock and forend, and Remington stamped S-curve steel buttplate. This rifle remains in excellent all original condition. Scarce in this condition, as most are found well used. Barrel retains approximately 85% original factory blue finish. Frame retains 50-60% original case colors, some bright. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent with no cracks. Very good rifled bore. Fine action. Far above average in scarce caliber. 300.00 - 500.00

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1334 - (C) BSA MK I TARGET RIFLE. Serial No. 5052. 26” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Custom heavy barrel target rifle built on Martini single shot action. Rebarreled, no sights, blued finish, custom walnut stock. Features black composite buttplate with spacer, black composite grip cap, rollover cheek piece. No checkering. Metal retains 90% of the reapplied blue finish. Fine bore and action. Excellent wood. 300.00 - 500.00 360

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1335 - (C) LOT OF 2: SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUNS. NSN. Both shotguns are 12 bore with 2-3/4” chambers, blued finish, wood stocks, pump action, with compensators installed. The first gun is a J.C. Higgins Model 20 with vent rib, pistol grip checkered hardwood stock with red rubber recoil pad. Stock has added varnish. 75% factory blue finish. Jeweled bolt. Missing magazine cap. Fine bore and action. The second gun is a Stevens Model 820B with 60% original blue finish on barrel and frame, thinning with age freckling. Very good pistol grip walnut stock with no checkering. No cracks but has some varnish loss. Red recoil pad. Fine bore and action. 300.00 - 500.00

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1336 - (C) SPORTERIZED SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLE. Serial No. 2342535. This rifle was originally built at Springfield December of 1943-March 1944. The manufacture stamp at rear has been polished off leaving only the serial number. The rear sight has been removed, chamber channeled for a sporting leaf front sight. Original holes are plugged. The side of the receiver has been drilled, tapped, and a Pachmayr side mount has been added. With an unmarked sporting sculpt. It has a custom fore-end rear barrel band removed. It has a custom metal cover for the gas trap, a homemade front sight has been added. The GI stock has been checkered and butt plate added. Customized front safety. Action needs attention. 300.00 - 500.00

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1337 - (C) BANNERMAN US SPRINGFIELD KRAG 1898 RIFLE. 22” Serial No. 479590. These altered Krag rifles were shortened sometimes using a mix of Krag and 1903 parts to resemble a SP Phillipine carbine. The barrel has been cut and 1903 type sight band installed. The stock is shortened. It has the original Krag rear site and some unusual inspector marks on the left side of the stock not military. Has two initials carved on the left side and a non regulation sporting sling. Barrel is a mix of blue-brown patina. Frame is basically patina. Stock is excellent as altered. Smooth action and a strong shiny bore. These surplus carbines were popular sellers in the 1920’s in the Bannerman catalog. 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1338 1338 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 99 RIFLE. Serial No. 1792. 25-1/2” barrel in 7.7mm caliber. This standard rifle features rust blue parts, two piece walnut stock, metal buttplate, walnut forend. Rear sight has the aircraft wings. No cleaning rod. Ground mum. All metal is a blue-grey patina. Has the plum knob and cylindrical shaped bolt handle knob. Wood is very good with usual dings and an added coat of varnish. Excellent bore and action. 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1339 1339 - (C) CUSTOM JAPANESE ARISAKA SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 79873. 24” barrel in .257 Roberts caliber. The basis for this custom sporter is a Japanese Arisaka frame. The new barrel is stamped “G.R. Douglas” and was manufactured without sights. Custom walnut stock with pistol grip rollover cheek piece with composition grip cap and buttplate, and black forearm tip. Has sling and swivels. Scope base is mounted on receiver. Action is fine. Near mint bore. Retains virtually all of the reapplied finish done at time of custom work. 200.00 - 500.00

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1340 - (C) REMINGTON FIELDMASTER 121 PUMP RIFLE. Serial No. 152830. 24” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. Features blued finish, half magazine, takedown, grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip walnut stock, Remington steel buttplate. Sports a Weaver K25 scope with standard crosshairs. Wood is excellent with a few minor storage dings Bore and action are fine. Pump arm is toned. Frame has minor high edge wear with thinning on lower tang. Barrel and tube retain 90% blue. Model 121 was introduced in 1936 and made until 1954. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1341 1341 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 12 A SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 623082. 22” barrel in .22 caliber. These rifles were manufactured from 1909 to 1936. Features full round barrel, half magazine loading tube, original sporting sights, takedown, blue finish, grooved walnut forend, straight grip walnut butt stock with Remington composition buttplate. This clean rifle retains approximately 85% original factory blue finish with patina and light age freckling. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal with no cracks and chips. Action perfect, very good rifling bore. 200.00 - 500.00

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1342 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1657977. 20” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Manufactured 1949. No saddle ring or stud. Features long wood forend, walnut stocks, ramp front sight, sporting rear sight, and checkered steel shotgun butt. Barrel, tube, and bands retain 95% original factory blue finish. Lever and base retain 70% original blue. Receiver is basically gun metal grey. Buttstock is ill-fitting, probably replaced, but proper type. Fine bore. Rifle is missing the hammer spring, needs to be replaced to make this rifle operable. 200.00 - 500.00 362

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1343 - (M) SAVAGE 110CL BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. A522426. 22” barrel in .30-06 caliber. The Savage 110CL was introduced in 1966 and manufactured until 1985. Its distinguishing feature was the push button detachable magazine. Features blued finish, ramp front sight, rear sight blank, press checkered walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb, a Pachmayr brown ventilated butt pad, sling swivels, and sports a Balbar Bausch & Lomb 8A scope. Adjustments are on the mounts. Standard crosshairs with fine optics. Gun has seen little use with 98% original blue. Stock is excellent with a couple minor storage dings. There is a repair to left rear bridge for receiver sight. Fine bore and action. Comes in a period Savage box. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1344

1344 - (C) CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 236168. Caliber .30-06, Barrel length 24”. This custom sporting rifle was built using a Springfield Model 1903 action that was manufactured in 1909. It was re-barreled without provision for a rear sight. Features a high ramp front sight with band, rear sight is a Lyman Model No. 48 receiver peep, custom walnut stock with checkered forend and pistol grip, checkered metal grip cap and checkered steel buttplate. Quick release sling swivels installed and black forend tip. The stock has been decorated with four inlaid white diamonds. When stock is removed, there is a repair inside channel in center section. Also upon inspection, bottom of receiver has a repair weld. Very good rifled bore and fine action. Barrel and frame retain approximately 90% original blued finish. Floor plate is thinning with high edge wear on the trigger guard. One should take note that this is a low number receiver and should use caution when reloading as pressures from standard cartridges maybe harmful. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1345 1345 - (C) LITHGOW SHORT LEE MK III RIFLE. Serial No. 88493. 25” barrel in caliber .303 British. Dated 1921. Brass buttplate with two sling swivels. Right side of stock numbered to gun. Import mark on right side of stripper clip bridge. Two piece stock and handguard. Standard military sight. Metal is a mix of blue-brown patina. Stocks are very good. Excellent bore and action. 300.00 - 500.00

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1346 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 94 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Serial No. 2827705. Caliber .32 Winchester special, Barrel length 20”. Manufactured in 1965. Standard carbine in all respects. Features: full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded front sight, sporting rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, checkered steel shotgun butt plate. The barrel and tube retain 98% original factory blue. Right forward side of frame has 1-1/2” of finish flaking. Balance of receiver retains all of the original blue. Walnut stocks are excellent, proud to metal with usual minor impressions with no cracks or chips. Strong bore, perfect action. Extremely nice old school 94 Carbine. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1347 1347 - (C) PAIR OF SIAMESE MODEL 1904 MAUSER RIFLES. Serial No. NSN & NSN. 29-13” barrels in 8.50mm caliber. The first gun in the lot has the crest on dust cover. Dark military matte finish. One piece walnut stock with pistol grip and finger grooves. Excellent stock with no major cracks. Very good bore and action. All Thai writing. The second gun is basically the same as above. The wood has more wear and abrasions and there is some pitting above the chamber. Rust on rear sight and freckling on barrel. The gun needs some cleaning. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1348

1348 - (C) LOT OF 3: AMERICAN FIREARMS. Serial No. NSN & 72053496. Offered is a nice assortment of quality firearms that would be a perfect cabin trio. The first gun is a Marlin Model 336 serial No. 72053496, .30-30 Winchester caliber with a 20” barrel. Standard rifle with a blued finish, ramp sight, sporting rear, walnut stocks, pistol grip, and a Bushnell scope. Action is sticky. Barrel is freckled. Bore is very good. The second gun is a Winchester 67A in .22 rimfire caliber with a 27” barrel, walnut stock, sporting sights, freckled blue finish, excellent stock, and very good bore. The last gun is a Mossberg Model 485A 20 bore with 26” barrel, full choke, magazine fed bolt action shotgun with a clean bore and in working condition. 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1349 1349 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 1914 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 28274. Cal .22 rimfire, Barrel length 24”. Offered is a standard rifle manufactured from 1914 to 1926 Features: Full octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine loading tube, take down, blue finish, flat top sporting rear sight, hooded dove tail front sight, grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip walnut stock with steel serrated buttplate. The barrel retains 90% of a dull blue patina finish. Rear sight is stamped “Savage 1914”. Tube retains 95% bright blue. Frame has flaked to 30% blue with balance a smooth patina. Stock is excellent with a few usual bruises but not cracked, proud to metal. Action is fine, very good rifled bore. Far above average boy’s rifle. 350.00 - 550.00

LOT - 1350 1350 - (M) RUGER CARBINE SEMI - AUTOMATIC .44 RIFLE. . Serial No. 59277. 18-1/2” barrel in .44 Magnum caliber. Offered is a standard Ruger .44 rifle that resembles the Ruger Model 10-22. Features blued finish, single barrel band, one piece walnut stock, folding leaf rear sight and band front sight, sling swivels have been added to barrel (can be removed) and butt stock. Blued metal carbine butt plate. Stock features pistol grip and no checkering. Excellent condition. Metal surfaces retain 96-98% original finish. Stocks are excellent with minor dings and impressions. Mirror bore. An extremely reliable, .44 semi auto carbine. 350.00 - 550.00

LOT - 1351

1351 - (C) DAISY PRESENTATION MODEL VL RIFLE. Serial No. A002171. 18” barrel in .22 VL caliber. Daisy produced this rifle in 1968 and 1969. 4,000 presentation models were manufactured for dealers. It fired a 29 grain bullet with a caseless cartridge and was ignited by a propellant mass molded into the base. It was deemed a firearm, for which Daisy was not licensed, and manufacture was discontinued. Featured a blued finish with walnut stock, sporting sights, special black composite buttplate, with a Daisy presentation plaque on right side. This rifle is in near new condition with the exception of some minor storage marks on metal, and a few minor wood impressions. Retains 98% original finish. This rifle is accompanied by 500 rounds of the special ammunition. 350.00 - 550.00

LOT - 1352

1352 - (C) BELGIUM FOLDING .22 RIMFIRE RIFLE. Serial No. 2013. 24-1/2” barrel in .22 rimfire. Interesting early Belgium Garden rifle. Features a blued part octagon barrel that is matted 10” from breech. Has a 3” checkered walnut forend and round knob checkered walnut buttstock with smooth steel shotgun buttplate. Wood is in excellent condition with no cracks. Frame retains approximately 75-80% bright case colors. Barrel retains 85% high polish blue finish with a couple of age freckles. Barrel tilts down via release on right side and folds completely in half. Clean bore and perfect action. Locks up tight. Standard sporting sights. 400.00 - 600.00

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1353 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 152498. 21-3/4” barrel in .30 WCF. Manufactured 1899. This rifle was period altered by shortening the full octagon barrel. Magazine was shortened to half length. Barrel was refinished and is now a blue-brown patina. Has replacement Marbles rear sight. Left side of frame has been drilled for scope mount. Frame is a mix of blue-grey patina. Walnut forend has finish added. Stock has been refinished, is shy to metal with a mounting hole on left side, and has the initials “P.P.” on right side. Fine action and strong bore. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1354

1354 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 1247012. .30 WCF with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1941. Offered is the last of the pre-war Winchester Model 1894 carbines. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, hooded ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut long wood forend, and walnut buttstock with checkered steel plate. The barrel and tube retain approximately 90% of the reapplied blue finish with muzzle wear. Bands retain approximately 70% blue. Frame retains approximately 60% reapplied blue mixed with brown patina with light high edge wear. Walnut stocks are excellent with finish added. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1355

1355 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 33106. .22 rimfire Winchester automatic caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1907. Standard takedown semi-automatic rifle features full round barrel, sporting sights, blued finish, takedown, walnut stocks, and smooth curved metal buttplate. Barrel retains approximately 85-90% original factory blue with sharp legends. Left and right side of frame retain approximately 65% original blue with the balance a brown patina. Trigger guard is brown patina. Walnut forend is excellent and proud to metal. Walnut buttstock displays beautiful highly figured grain walnut. There is a closed 2” crack to the left side of wrist, and a closed 2” crack at wrist and top tang. Action is perfect. Strong clean bore. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1356

1356 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 198484. .22 long rimfire with a 24” barrel. Manufactured in 1904. Standard Winchester takedown pump action rifle features full octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine with tube, standard sporting sights, blued finish, walnut buttstock, crescent metal buttplate, and grooved walnut forend. The barrel and tube are a pleasing mix of blue-brown patina with sharp legends. Frame retains some brilliant blue, but is basically a continuum of the barrel, albeit some light corrosion on right side. Left side frame screw is marred. Forend is excellent with no cracks. Buttstock is slightly undersized with numerous dents and small 1” closed crack at rear tang. Very good rifled bore. Perfect action. 300.00 - 600.00

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1357 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 663453. .22 rimfire caliber with a 20” barrel. Manufactured 1928. Standard Winchester takedown pump action .22 rifle features a full round barrel, tube magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, takedown, straight grip stock, Winchester logo black composite buttplate, and grooved forend. Barrel retains approximately 50% original factory blue with the balance flaked to an even brown patina. Magazine tube is basically brown patina with flashes of blue. Left side of frame retains approximately 70% original high polish blue while right side remains at about 40%. Some marrs on the muzzle flat. Buttstock is excellent, proud to metal, with no cracks or chips. Fine action. Strong clean bore. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1358

1358 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 101586. .22 rimfire caliber with a 24” barrel. Manufactured 1949. Standard Winchester takedown pump action .22 rifle features full round barrel, 2/3 magazine with tube, plain pistol grip walnut stock, checkered steel shotgun buttplate, grooved walnut forend, flat bottom, and standard sporting sights in front and rear. Metal retains approximately 95% of the reapplied blue finish with sharp legends. Forend is excellent. Stock is slightly ill-fitting from refinish and has a 1/2” hairline crack at wrist. Fine bore and action. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1359 1359 - (C) NATIONAL ORDINANCE MODEL 1903-A3 RIFLE. Serial No. 5020740. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. A near exact copy of the 1903-A3 World War II battle rifle. Has the two bolt scant stock with cartouche, long handguard, rear bridge military sight, “RA July 1944” barrel. Stock is near mint. All metal retains approximately 95% of the applied finish. ME reading of ‘2’ and a TE reading of ‘2’. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1360

1360 - (M) ANSCHUTZ .22 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 466521. 22” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Anschutz rifles were imported by Savage from 1963 to 1981. The receiver is stamped “Savage Anschutz” for sale in the U.S. These quality bolt action .22 caliber rifles were magazine fed, have blued finish, folding leaf rear sight, front sight replaced, walnut stocks features diamond skip forend and roll-over Monte Carlo cheek piece, black composite buttplate, slight eyes, and frame is grooved for scope. The offered rifle is a Model 141. Retains 99% original factory blue. Stock is near mint with minor impressions. Has a strong clean bore and perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

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1361 - (C) LOT OF 2: FRENCH MILITARY RIFLES. Serial No. 48036 & 18217. This lot includes a Model 1907/15 serial No. 48036 and a Model 1916 serial No. 18217. Both rifles features full length walnut stocks with military finish on metal. Both are chambered for 8x50mm. Barrel length on the 1915 is 30-3/4”. Bolt matches barrel. Has a large saddle ring on side and sling base on butt. Metal is blue-brown with some pitting on frame and barrel. Stock is very good with usual war dings. The second rifle is a Model 1916 with 30-3/4” barrel, half handguard, military sights, walnut stock. Dark blue-brown patina with salt and pepper. Excellent stock. Bolt is not numbered to gun. Comes with sling. Both rifles are in excellent condition. All original World War I French. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1362 1362 - (M) CHINESE SKS TYPE 56 RIFLE/CARBINE. Serial No. 9970. 16-1/2” barrel in 7.62x39mm caliber. Imported by Norinco of China. Standard semi-automatic carbine with all matching numbers with the exception of the magazine cover. Features varnished hardwood stock and forend and military matte blue finish. Retains 95% of the blue finish. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1363

1363 - (M) CHINESE SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 23011044. 20-1/2” barrel in 7.62x39mm caliber. Manufactured in China. Standard semi-automatic carbine with all matching numbers including stock. Bottom of stock has sling swivel. Features varnished hardwood stock and forend and military matte blue finish. Retains 95% of the blue finish. Folding bayonet with sling. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1364

1364 - (M) CHINESE SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE/CARBINE. Serial No. 10168887. 16-1/2” barrel in 7.62x39mm caliber. Imported by Norinco of China. Standard semi-automatic carbine with all matching numbers including stock. Left side of stock has sling swivel. Left side of frame has scope mounting rail. Features varnished hardwood stock and forend and military matte blue finish. Retains 95% of the blue finish. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

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1365 - (C) PAIR OF REMINGTON PUMP ACTION FIREARMS. Serial No. NSN & 68970. The first gun is a Remington Fieldmaster Model 572 in .22 rimfire caliber with a 24” barrel. Features blued finish, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, pump action, checkered walnut stocks, pistol grip composite buttplate. 95% original finish. Near new inside and out. The second gun is a Model 31 pump action shotgun in 12 bore with 2-3/4” chambers, improved cylinder, 26” barrel, blued finish, plain pistol grip walnut stock with composite buttplate, grooved forend. Frame has 60% blue with age freckling and high edge wear. Tube is brown patina. 70% barrel blue with age freckling and a few spots. Wood is very good to excellent. Fine bore and action. These shotguns were manufactured 1931 to 1949. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1366

1366 - (M) CHINESE SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 24147910. 20-1/2” barrel in 7.62x39mm caliber. Manufactured in China. Standard semi-automatic carbine with all matching numbers including stock. Bottom of stock has sling swivel. Features varnished hardwood stock and composite handguard and military matte blue finish. Retains 95% of the blue finish. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1367 1367 - (C) LJUNGMAN-HAKIM EGYPT SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 15072. 23-1/4” barrel in 7.92x57mm. Egypt purchased tooling for this rifle from Husqvarna. Manufactured mid-1950-60’s at State Factory 54. Sports a ten round magazine. Import stamp on muzzle break reads “CAI ST. A. VT.”. Retains 85% overall original dark military phosphate finish. Excellent walnut stock and handguard with usual dings. Has brass wheel in right side of stock. Excellent bore and action. 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1368

1368 - (M) THOMPSON CENTERFIRE CONTENDER CARBINE. Serial No. G4981. 23” barrel in .22 LR caliber. Features blued finish, walnut stock and forend, black rubber recoil pad, and sling eyes. No front or rear sights with scope rail mounted at rear. Gun has seen very little use and is in near new condition inside and out. 400.00 - 600.00

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1369 - (M) THOMPSON CENTERFIRE CONTENDER CARBINE. Serial No. 379984. 21” barrel in .223 Remington caliber. Features blued finish, walnut stock and forend, red rubber recoil pad, and sling eyes. The front and rear sights have been removed with filler screws. Four rear sight holes do not have plugs. Gun has seen very little use and is in near new condition inside and out with some high edge wear at grip cap. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1370 1370 - (C) BRAZILIAN MODEL 1908 MAUSER RIFLE. Serial No. 3123. 29-1/4” barrel in 7.57mm caliber. Manufactured 1908-14 by DWM with a GEW 98 action. Has matching numbers on frame, trigger guard, stock, and bolt. “73” on floorplate. Frame is in the white with proper crest. Fire blue on rear sight and bolt release. 90% or better blue on barrel. 70% on floor. 50% on rear band. Buttplate and forend are patina. Wood is excellent with bruises. Fine bore and action. A very nice, early example. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1371

1371 - (C) WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 94 CARBINE. Serial No. 1365412. 20” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Manufactured 1942 to 1948. Standard carbine with a full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, blued finish, walnut long forend, walnut buttstock, and checkered steel buttplate. No saddle ring. This carbine is in all original condition and has seen use. Safe overall percentage of remaining blue would be approximately 50%. Balance is brown patina mixed with numerous areas of thinning. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Strong clean bore. Definitely not collector quality but a solid, all original, early carbine with lots of life left. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1372

1372 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE. Serial No. 3634675. 20” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Manufactured 1972. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stock, black composite buttplate. Gun shows in near new condition inside and out. Comes in a proper era box including end label or paperwork. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1373

1373 - (C) PRE 64 WINCHESTER 1894 CARBINE. Serial No. 2188893. 20” barrel in .32 Winchester Special caliber. Features full round barrel, full magazine, two bands, ramp front sight, sporting rear sight, blue finish, walnut stock, and checkered steel butt plate. This rifle has been drilled and tapped on left side for Williams off set adjustable scope mount with Bushnell 7/8” scope, with standard cross hair, fine optics. Gun shows a hint of blue wear on high edges of frame. Couple minor storage marks, overall 98% blue remains. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal with few minor storage abrasions. Strong clean bore, perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1374 1374 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 44 TAKEDOWN BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 2129. 19” barrel in 6.5mm caliber. This carbine has the third variation long type bayonet housing. This was manufactured at the Chigusa Factory of Nagoya Arsenal. Has the inverted V front sight with Y guards. Has the royal mum signifying Type 44 on top. Two piece buttstock with full length hand guard and two underside drain holes. Has the knurled safety with small tang indicator. Cleaning rod and all blued parts. Standard folding bayonet and side sling swivels. All metal surfaces are a dark patina with some minor salt and pepper finish. Bolt is numbered to gun. Wood is very good with usual dings. Trigger guard finish has bubbled and has a rough texture. This carbine has seen use but is a good representative example of a fairly scarce World War II rifle. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1375

1375 - (C) LOT OF 2: .22 CALIBER RIFLES. Serial No. 311419A & 130401. The first is a Remington Model 34 NRA Target in .22 rimfire with a 24” barrel, bolt action, magazine fed sporting rifle with one piece walnut stock, finger grooves, pistol grip, and smooth steel buttplate. Serial No. 130401. Takedown. Has a sporting front sight, no barrel provision for rear sight. Has a Lyman 55R peep sight and two mounting holes for another sight that is not present. Metal is brown patina. Legends are sharp. Wood is excellent with sling eyes. Very good bore with some roughness at muzzle. The second gun is a Winchester Model 74 semi-automatic .22 LR caliber with serial No. 311419A. Manufactured 1954. Features a .22 barrel, sporting sights, pistol grip walnut stock, blued finish, checkered buttplate. This rifle is loaded through the butt and is missing the loading tube. Walnut stocks are excellent with usual dings but no cracks. Barrel and frame retains approximately 90% original factory blue finish. Strong bore. Perfect action. 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 1376 1376 - (M) LOT OF 2: .22 CALIBER RIFLES. Serial No. 246-40466 & NSN. Gun (A) .22 rimfire caliber with an 18-1/2” barrel. This little Ruger shows in as new condition inside and out with the blued finish and black composite stock. It is a semi-automatic rotary magazine fed .22 with carbine barrel band, folding rear sight, and pistol grip. Comes in its original box numbered to gun. Includes Tasco scope still in the box. No paperwork included. Gun (B) .22 rimfire with a 27” barrel. Manufactured 1934 to 1963. The Model 67 was one of Winchester’s most popular single shot .22 caliber boys rifles. It is a bolt action with blued finish and pistol grip walnut stock. This example remains in beautiful all original condition, which is somewhat scarce as these rifles were generally heavily used. The one piece barrel and frame retains fully 98% or better original factory blue with just a couple of very minor age freckles. Walnut stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips but has a line of minor black substance that should clean off. Perfect Winchester logo plastic buttplate. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1377

1377 - (M) CHINESE SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 11324620. 7.62x39mm caliber with a 20” barrel. Offered is a nice early Chinese manufactured non-import SKS. Matching numbers on stock, trigger guard, magazine, and bolt. Standard two piece stock/ handguard. Barrel and frame retain approximately 90% blued finish. Bolt finished in the white. Stock is very good with usual abrasions. Standard folding bayonet. Comes with a sling. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1378

1378 - (C) CUSTOM MAUSER MODEL 98 SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 552. 25” barrel in 8mm caliber. The basis for this custom rifle is a Nazi marked 1940. Frame, AX factory code. Matching number on bolt and barrel. The barrel has had a sling swivel added as well as a sporting front sight. All metal surfaces retain 95% of the expertly reapplied blued finish with razor sharp legends. A Lyman long range peep sight has been added to rear bridge. Custom checkered walnut stock with round knob that replicates a Mauser Model B sporting rifle is in excellent condition with roll over cheek piece and sling swivel with a decorative composite buttplate. Fine bore and action. A marvelous Mauser sporting rifle. 400.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1379

1379 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 1369773. .30 WCF caliber with a 20-1/2” barrel. Manufactured 1942 to 1948. This carbine was obviously changed from a rifle as evidenced from the 1/2” longer barrel and the longer rifle front sight ramp base. It does have the integral sling eye on front nose cap and Winchester sling eye in buttstock. Standard features include full round barrel, ramp front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, half magazine, blued finish, walnut stock with rakish pistol grip and flute, and checkered steel buttplate. Barrel and tube retain approximately 75% original factory blue mixing with brown patina. Frame has most of its blue on the sides, but is thinning at the base and edges with age freckling on left panel. Excellent stocks with no cracks. Fine action. Strong bore. Muzzle is crowned. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1380 1380 - (C) SCOPED WINCHESTER MODEL 62 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 243451. 2#” barrel in .22 rimfire caliber. This Model 62 was manufactured in 1948. Features full round barrel, 2/3 magazine loading tube, takedown, blue finish, sporting rifle front sight, and rear sight slot has filler. Has been drilled and tapped on barrel to accept a Weaver G4 scope and mounts. This rifle appears to have seen little to no use with only slight high edge wear. Stocks are excellent with no cracks or chips. Standard crosshair optics are perfect. Strong clean bore. Even the slide arm has most of the original finish. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1381

1381 - (C) SPANISH MODEL 1954 FR8 MAUSER RIFLE. Serial No. 28095. 7.62x57mm with an 18-1/2” barrel. These rifles were converted in the 1950’s and were based on the Model 43 short rifle and currently fire the .308 Winchester round. The barrel was fitted with a flash suppressor. Comes with a bayonet and scabbard. These rifles saw use with the Spanish Special Forces. The bridge has the royal crown and is dated 1954. Stamped “La Corona”. It was arsenal refinished in dark military phosphate. Matching serial number on frame and bolt. Rifle remains in near new as arsenal refurbished condition inside and out. Comes with a green canvas military sling. 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 1382

1382 - (C) CZECH MODEL VZ-24 MAUSER SHORT RIFLE. Serial No. P66692. 7.92x57mm with a 23.23” barrel. Receiver bridge is dated 1937. Bolt is No. P54752. Sling swivels on side and base of rifle, two sets. Stock is No. 2345. H-style bayonet lug. No visible import marks. Has one-piece walnut stock with handguard in near new condition. Barrel bands have 95% blue finish. Barrel and frame are a smooth mix of blue-brown patina. Fine bore and action. Buttplate is polished in the white. Near mint rear sight. Comes with a sling. Beautiful carbine. 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 1383 1383 - (C) BELGIUM FN SAFN M1949 RIFLE. Serial No. 29102. 23.2” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Manufactured 1949 to the late 1950’s. Basically the same action as found on the FAL rifle. Features semi-automatic, box magazine, one piece wood stock with handguard, rear adjustable bolt sight, and a ten round magazine. 85% original matte blue finish with near mint pistol grip stock. Fine bore and action. 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1384

1384 - (M) RUGER MINI-14 RIFLE. Serial No. 185-77201. 18-1/2” barrel in .223 caliber. Features military matte finish, composite ventilated handguard, adjustable rear sight, hardwood stock, sling swivels, carbine buttplate, magazine fed, and semiautomatic. Comes with one standard Ruger magazine and two after market extended magazines. Near new inside and out with usual minor storage marks. 450.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1385 1385 - (M) RUGER MINI-14 RIFLE. Serial No. 188-05736. 18-1/2” barrel in .223 caliber. Features military matte finish, composite ventilated handguard, adjustable rear sight, hardwood stock, sling swivels, carbine buttplate, magazine fed, and semiautomatic. Rear sight replaced. Comes with one standard Ruger magazine and four after market extended magazines. Spot of rust on frame to left of the rear sight. 450.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1386 1386 - (M) RUGER MINI-14 RIFLE. Serial No. 182-58901. 18-1/2” barrel in .223 caliber. Features military matte finish, composite ventilated handguard, adjustable rear sight, hardwood stock, sling swivels, carbine buttplate, magazine fed, and semiautomatic. Comes with one standard Ruger magazine and three after market extended magazines. Near new inside and out with usual minor storage marks. 450.00 - 600.00 374

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LOT - 1387

1387 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. G1180217. 22” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Manufactured in 1973. This is a standard post-64 Model 70. Features the blued finish with checkered walnut stock, pistol grip cap, Monte Carlo comb, black composite buttplate, sling swivels, and standard sights. Rifle is topped with a Western Field 3x9x32 scope. Wood exhibits a few minor impressions. Otherwise rifle is in near new condition. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1388

1388 - (M) SAKO MODEL L57 FORESTER BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 9775. 24” barrel in .243 Winchester caliber. These fine rifles utilized the FN Mauser action and were manufactured in Finland. This rifle is a pre-1972. Features blued finish, ramp front sight, rear sight removed, checkered pistol grip walnut stock, black composite buttplate, pistol grip cap, and checkered forend and pistol grip. Rifle is topped with a Redfield 1” 3Xx9xscope. Metal retains approximately 90% original factory blue. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent, but there is a crack that extends 1” left side behind bolt release. Fine bore and action. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1389

1389 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 62 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 184106. .22 rimfire caliber with a 23” barrel. Manufactured 1947. Standard hammer model takedown .22 caliber pump action rifle with full round barrel, 2/3 magazine and tube, blued finish, sporting sights, walnut buttstock with black composite logo plate, and full round grooved walnut forend. Barrel retains approximately 80% original factory blue with sharp legends. Thinning at muzzle and breech. Slide bar retains 50% original blue. Frame retains approximately 75% original factory blue with wear on all high edges, freckling on trigger guard, thinning on bottom tang, and some overall age freckling. Strong bore and fine action. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1390

1390 - (C) WINCHESTER MOD 54 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE. Serial No. 13099. 24” barrel in .30-06 caliber. Manufactured in 1927. Frame and barrel retain approximately 98% of the reapplied high polish blue finish. Original pistol grip checkered walnut stock has a few dings, an extra coat of finish, and a red waffle pad added. Has the receiver rear peep base with no stem. Unmarked tube scope supported by Redfield steel base and rings. Sling eyes and sling added. Buttplate and trigger guard are thinning. Strong bore. Fine action. 450.00 - 650.00

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1391 - (M) WINCHESTER 94 LEGENDARY FRONTIERSMAN RIFLE. Serial No. LF876. 24” barrel in .38-55 caliber. Produced in 1979. Features full round barrel, full magazine, blued finish, etched “Legendary Lawman” on barrel, sporting sights. The frame and forend cap are antique nicke finish. Frame is engraved on both sides. Bolt is blued. Features deluxe checkered walnut stock with high polish blue steel rifle buttplate, blued lever and hammer. Right side of stock has the special coin. Barrel has one small rub spot the size of a pinhead. Nose cap has a storage scuff. Otherwise rifle is in as new condition inside and out. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1392

1392 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER GOLDEN SPIKE COMM. CARBINE. Serial No. GS47082. 20” barrel in .30-30 caliber. Winchester produced this carbine in 1969 to commemorate the driving of the Golden Spike that connected the East and West coasts for the first time in 1869. Features 20” barrel, full magazine, twin plated barrel bands, gold plated frame, blued finish, sporting sights, walnut stocks, plated checkered shotgun buttplate, and special coin in right side of stock. This carbine does not appear to have been fired. Comes in the original box with outer decorative sleeve. Plating has toned from age, as has coin. There are a couple of minor impressions in the wood. Includes original paperwork. 450.00 - 650.00

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LOT - 1393

1393 - (M) MIB BROWNING MODEL 92 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Serial No. 10927PX167. 20” barrel in .44 Remington magnum caliber. This rifle is as new in the original box and does not appear to have been fired. Features full magazine, twin barrel bands, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, carbine buttplate, and gold trigger. 450.00 - 650.00

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LOT - 1394

1394 - (M) MIB BROWNING MODEL 92 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Serial No. 04297PX167. 20” barrel in .357 magnum caliber. This rifle is as new in the original box and does not appear to have been fired. Features full magazine, twin barrel bands, sporting sights, blued finish, walnut stocks, carbine buttplate, and gold trigger. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1395 1395 - (C) BROWNING TWELVETTE DOUBLE AUTO SHOTGUN. Serial No. A21919. 28” barrel in 12 bore with 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke. Rust blue barrel with single bead sight, black enamel frame with gold border and engraving, gold trigger, gold engraving on trigger guard, checkered walnut forend, checkered round knob walnut stock, with an after market black recoil pad. Fine bore and action. 98% original finish. Near new inside and out. The Twelvette Double Auto was manufactured from 1957 to 1971. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1396

1396 - (M) RUGER M77 BOLT ACTION RIFLE (.257). Serial No. 70-59967. 24” barrel in .257 Roberts caliber. Standard features include blued finish, ramp front sight, rear sight removed, checkered pistol grip walnut stock with grip cap, solid red pad, and sling eyes. Redfield mounts with Bushnell 3x9 scope, line and post and clear optics. Excellent to near new condition inside and out with usual minor storage wear. 450.00 - 650.00

LOT - 1397 1397 - (C) FINE REMINGTON MODEL 25 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 8523. 24” barrel in .32-20 WCF caliber. These scarce rifles were manufactured from 1923 to 1936. This fine example is all original and features a full round barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, blued finish, takedown, with grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip walnut stock, and rifle buttplate. This fine all original rifle remains in far above average all original condition and rarely seen. Barrel retains approximately 90% original factory blue with razor sharp legends with a bit of thinning at breech and muzzle. Magazine tube is a mix of blue-grey patina. Frame retains approximately 85% original blue with high edge wear. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, with some added varnish but never refinished. Fine action. Strong clean bore. Beautiful little pump action centerfire. 500.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1398

1398 - (C) U.S. MODEL 1917 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Serial No. 962733. 26” barrel in .30-06 caliber. This was the standard rifle issued to the United States infantry during World War I. Rifle was manufactured at the Eddystone plant. It was rebuilt and reissued during the second World War. Now features the dull military phosphate finish. The stock is stamped “R” for ‘Remington’. Barrel is dated 7-18. The barrel, frame, and all other visible parts are all stamped “E” for ‘Eddystone’, with the exception of the bolt that is stamped “R”. The wood is in excellent shape with the eagle stamp at bottom of wrist. No other visible rebuild cartouche. Metal retains approximately 75-80% of the reapplied parkerized finish. Has an original period sling with brass frogs. Action is perfect. Strong rifled bore. 450.00 - 750.00

LOT - 1399 1399 - (M) H&R LITTLE BIG HORN REPLICA CARBINE RIFLE. Serial No. LBH2857. 22” barrel in .45-70 govt caliber. Harrington & Richardson produced this Little Big Horn Commemorative in 1973. It is basically a quality American made copy of the US Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine. Features: full blued round barrel with sporting front sight, no rear sight was installed and an officer’s model type tang sight at wrist. The frame block side plate, hammer, release, trigger guard and butt plate are case colored and are engraved. The side of the loading block is stamped “Little Big Horn”. Add on case colored metal grip cap. Bottom of stock is stamped “P”. Black stamped “US Model 1873”. Fine bore and action. Wood is excellent, with a couple minor dings at the toe and heel. Near new inside and out. 450.00 - 750.00

LOT - 1400 1400 - (M) H&R LITTLE BIG HORN REPLICA CARBINE. Serial No. LBH3350. 22” barrel in .45-70 govt caliber. Harrington & Richardson produced this Little Big Horn Commemorative in 1973. It is basically a quality American made copy of the US Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine. Features: full blued round barrel with sporting front sight, no rear sight was installed and an officer’s model type tang sight at wrist. The frame block side plate, hammer, release, trigger guard and butt plate are case colored and are engraved. The side of the loading block is stamped “Little Big Horn”. Has bolt on case colored metal pistol grip cap. Bottom of stock is stamped “P”. Black stamped “US Model 1873”. Fine bore and action. Wood is excellent, with a couple minor dings at the toe and heel. Near new inside and out. 450.00 - 750.00

LOT - 1401

1401 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Serial No. 51717. 20” barrel in .22 Winchester rimfire automatic (WRF). Manufactured 1909. Offered is a fine condition, all original Model 1903 semi-automatic takedown rifle with blued finish and walnut stocks. Barrel has original standard sporting sights with some blue wear at muzzle, otherwise 98%. There is some brown toning on top of the frame, top of the tang, and trigger guard; still retains approximately 85% brilliant Winchester blue. The bolt retains about 80% of the original fire blue. Walnut stocks are excellent. Has the original loading tube. Even the buttplate retains approximately 70% original blue. Strong clean bore. Perfect action. 450.00 - 850.00 378

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LOT - 1402

1402 - (C) LOT OF 2: SINGLE SHOT BREAK OPEN SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 7631 & 90896. The first gun is an Iver Johnson Champion Model 20 bore with 28” barrel, full choke, full solid rib, and auto ejector. Serial No. 7631D. Barrel is basically a blue-brown patina. Clean bore. Tight lock up. 30% blue finish mixing brown patina. Traces of case colors on frame with balance brown patina. Wood is very good and proud to metal with an Iver Johnson logo buttplate, checkered forend, and Iver Johnson black composite grip cap. The second shotgun is a Western Field 12 bore serial No. 90896. Features a 30” barrel, full choke, blued barrel, solid rib, single bead, and auto ejector. 70% original blue, with some spotting. Lock up is tight. Excellent bore. 60% case colors on left side, patterned out to brown patina out to right side. Excellent pistol grip walnut stock checkered with black composite buttplate and checkered forearm. 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1403 1403 - (C) MARLIN MODEL 19-S SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. A8291. 30” barrel in 12 bore. These shotguns were only manufactured for two years in 1906 and 1907. This is a field grade, full choke, with a 13-1/2” LOP. The barrel is a pleasing mix of blue and grey patina with sharp legends. Single bead sight, near mint bore. The frame retains approx. 80% - 85% original factory blue, thinning on high edges. Has a grooved walnut forend in excellent original condition. Pistol grip stock is excellent but has been refinished and is lighter in tone than forend. Has a Marlin black composite butt plate. Action is perfect. 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1404

1404 - (M) A STOEGER 12 BORE COACH BOXLOCK SHOTGUN. Serial No. C656252-11. 12 bore. 20” barrel. Blued barrels with solid matte rib. 3” chambers, interchangeable chokes. Extractors, automatic safety and stainless steel, scalloped boxlock action. Marked on bottom, “E.R. MANANTINO / MADE IN BRAZIL”. Double triggers, blued steel trigger guard and checkered walnut pistol grip stock and beaver tail fore-end; 3 - 1/4” rubber buttpad. Shows little if any use along with a few minor storage marks. 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1405 1405 - (M) REMINGTON 1100 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Serial No. M016818V. 28” barrel in 12 bore. Features 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, full vent rib, single bead sight, blued finish, high gloss press checkered walnut stock with pistol grip. The composite grip cap is missing white diamond, has a Remington composite butt plate, with a couple spots of wear at frame and a few minor dings at stock. Couple of age spots of freckling at left side of frame. Fine bore and action. Excellent classic Remington shotgun. 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1406

1406 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 1300 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. Serial No. L2957759. 22” barrel in 12 bore. This shotgun sports the camouflage finish on metal and stocks. Has the deer slug barrel with front and aft sporting sights and barrel is rifled. Other features include: blued trigger guard, bolt and pump arm. Balance all camouflage except black rubber butt plate. Shot gun is topped with a Redfield 2x7 scope. Shotgun is in as new condition in and out. Includes original box with matching number. 350.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1407

1407 - (C) LOT OF 2: SXS SHOTGUNS. Serial No. 349750 & NSN. Gun A): LeFever Nitro Special. 12 bore, 2-3/4” chamber, 28” barrels. Serial #349750. High quality shotgun manufactured by LeFever/Ithaca Gun Company. Has mirror bores, 95% original factory blue on barrels, signal bead sight, full rib, all matching numbers. Choked: left full, right improved. Has a 14-1/4” LOP to front trigger. Frame has been cleaned to shiny gun metal. Stocks are very good having been refinished. Locks up tight as new at 6 o’clock. Should be a fine shooter. Gun B): L.C. Smith, 16 bore, Choked: left modified, right improved. Barrels are 24-1/8”. Has twist steel barrels, all metal is grey patina, forend does not stay on, butt stock has been refinished, checkering is smooth, release lever broken. 350.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1408

1408 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 870 12 BORE SKEET GUN. Serial No. 813445V. 25” barrel in 12 bore with a 2-3/4” chamber. Bored skeet. Features include full vent rib, twin bead sights, blued finish, hand checkered walnut stock and forend, pistol grip cap, and red rubber recoil pad. Barrel retains approximately 95% of the expertly reapplied blue finish. Frame retains approximately 75% of the reapplied blue finish that is thinning and spotting on high edges and carry areas. Beautiful stocks are near mint. Action is perfect. Mirror bore. Jeweled bolt. A fine, high quality, and reliable skeet gun. 350.00 - 550.00

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