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LOT 1 Engraved antique Colt, SAA, 6-shot, Revolver, .41 caliber, SN 158237, manufactured 1894, 4 3/4” barrel and faux jigged bone grips. The serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The period style engraving is recently applied and covers approximately 90% of the major parts of the revolver. The action functions properly and the bore is very rough with deep pitting. LOT 2 Pair of Cased antique, engraved French Single Shot Derringers with folding hide away triggers, 3” barrels, approximately .44 caliber bore. Reeded ivory one piece grips, one grip has light hairline, very fine unique engraving. Derringers are in original fitted, hinged, burl walnut case, complete with ivory handle screw driver, balance of accoutrements missing. WILL BE SOLD AS A CASED SET.

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LOT 3 Elaborate inlaid, folding Tantalus (portable Liquor Case), circa 1900-1920. Extremely fine inlay on front and top with decorative Dore Bronze trim and ornate footed base. When case is opened it reveals a set of four Crystal Decanters with ground stoppers and fine line gold trim. Case also has its original 16 Shot Glasses with gold trim. NOTE: Ornate Dore Bronze trimmed lift out Caddy. Excellent condition. Case measures 14 1/2” W x 11” D x 10 1/2” T. Certainly one of the finest Tantalus’ we have ever offered.

LOT 4 A pair of antique, heavily embossed Oil Lamps in original nickel over brass finish (shows some light flaking), with ornate brass filigree shades, marked “The Meteor Lamp / Made in U.S.A.” , circa 1900. Lamps measure 17 1/2” T with 5 1/2” base. WILL BE SOLD TWO X THE BID.

LOT 5 Antique Colt, Model 1877, six-shot Revolver, a.k.a. “The Thunderer”, .41 caliber, SN 98131, manufactured 1895, 6” barrel, rubber stocks. The serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The barrel and frame markings are clear and readable. The action functions properly in both single and double action. The bore is in good condition. There has been cold blue applied and no original finish is found.

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LOT 6 Fine vintage, fitted, Cased Set of horn handled Knives. Case and Knives are marked “Walker & Hall / Sheffield”, founded 1845. The Clip Point Knife at top has a 6” blade, 11” overall length with oval cross guard, embossed pommel and spacer, in original Sheath. Middle Knife is a Spear Point Push Dagger, 4 1/2” blade, 9 3/8” overall length with heavy brass cross guard, fancy silver pommel and spacer with original nickel trimmed leather Sheath. Bottom Knife is a Spear Point Side Knife with 7” blade, 11 7/8” overall length, oval cross guard with ornate silver pommel and spacer, original leather Sheath with silver trim. Ricasso’s on all three Knives are marked “Walker & Hall / Sheffield” with a flag marked “W&H”. Original walnut Case with brass shield inlay. THIS MATCHING SET WILL SELL AS ONE LOT. LOT 7 Antique cased, Factory Engraved, Remington Derringer, No. 5490 with pearl stocks. Type 1, Model No. 2 known as the Model 95 Double Derringer, manufactured 1868-1888 and has the 2-line barrel address on top of the rib. Two barrels chambered for .41 SHORT rimfire caliber. This Derringer has factory floral scroll engraving and pearl grips with a repair on the left side. The period, fitted case is in good condition with surface cracking on top. The burgundy interior is lightly worn. This case is likely original to this Derringer. The Derringer and case comes with six rounds of .41 SHORT rimfire caliber ammunition. There is a significant amount of original nickel plating on the barrels and traces on the frame. The bores are clean and in good condition. The hinge is perfect and the action toggles properly.

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LOT 8 Scarce antique Colt, Model 1877, 6-shot Revolver, a.k.a. “The Lightning”, .38 caliber, SN 18796, manufactured 1879, 5” barrel and no provision for an ejector. The serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The barrel and frame markings are clear and readable. The etched “COLT D.A.” 3/8” panel is light but readable. A high percentage of original nickel plating is present. The action functions properly in both single and double action. The rubber stock is in good condition and fits well.

LOT 9 Beautiful antique, heavily silver plated, ornate two-piece Epergne, circa 1890-1910, with 6” footed base, decorated with a full bodied winged lady and winged cherub. Epergne measures 23 1/2” T including the frosted tulip vase with blue trim.

LOT 10 Antique Victorian silver Epergne with 7” tripod footed base decorated with three full bodied birds, 19 1/4” T including hand blown Vaseline glass vase with pink trim, circa 1890-1910.

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LOT 11 Antique Winchester, 1892, Rifle, SN 32581, .44 WCF caliber. This is a 24” round barrel rifle, chambered in the popular .44 WCF also known as .44/40 and was manufactured in 1893. The bore is very good and the action functions properly. The rifle has been refinished and retains most of the applied finish. The upper tang has been drilled, tapped and plugged. The markings are all clear and readable. The wood buttstock and forend are in excellent condition with much of the original finish remaining.

LOT 12 ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF GAMBLING ITEMS: A Fantastic Pedestal Roulette Wheel, marked “Wm. Ellis. Manuf-r, Providence, RI”, 32” Housing, circa 1890-1910. It is a 21” wheel with the standard 36 red and black numbers with green “O” and “OO”, it sits in a solid wood housing with a central metal spindle. The Roulette Wheel is mounted to a massive ornate, solid brass, claw foot pedestal, decorative Victorian style brackets in original vintage patina, base will weigh approximately 75 pounds. Actual Roulette Wheel will be accompanied by its original wooden shipping crate.

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LOT 13 Incredible Cased Antique, Traveling Gambling Box, circa 1920s. Rosewood Case with brass and Mother of Pearl inlay. Case measures 24 1/4” W x 17” D x 11” T on round bun feet. This Case includes mechanical Horse Race Game with eight horses; A green felt Lay-out with green, black and gold letters; A wooden Chip Rake; A French ivory engraved Dice Shaker, very ornate, complete with Poker Dice and Dice Tray; A French single “O” Monte Carlo wooden Roulette Wheel that measures 6 1/2” diameter, complete with ball; A 2 3/4” reeded Crystal Marker; Four rosewood inlaid boxes that hold many Mother of Pearl Card Suit markers totaling 128; Four $500 Chips, Four $100 Chips, Fourteen $50 Chips and over one hundred $5, $10, $20 and $2 Chips. Pull out drawer consists of a Presentation Side Knife with Mother of Pearl Handles, 6 1/8” blade, 10” overall length, ricasso is marked “H.H. Taylor & Bro.” Knife has heavy silver cross guard marked “From J.W. Demine”; A 5 1/2” nickel silver double Cigar Cutter with Mother of Pearl handles and German Silver pins; A Hopkins & Allen engraved .32 caliber, 5 shot Revolver, SN 9033, marked “Ranger No. 2”, with Mother of Pearl bird beak grips and spur trigger. Very nice condition showing some nickel finish flaking on backstrap and on gripstrap. CASE AND CONTENTS WILL SELL AS ONE LOT. Due to the existing Revolver in this group of items being post 1898 it is considered modern and will require FFL paperwork, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 14 Antique Winchester, Model 1873, Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, .38/40 caliber, SN 323826B, manufactured 1890, 20” round barrel, bore is fair, finish is dark brown aged patina, caliber markings appear on brass elevator, stock and forend are in very nice condition with some shellac finish added.

Lytle & Mower

LOT 15 Magnificent pair of double mounted, hand engraved Spurs by the noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower. Truly works of art, with double mounted, double gal-legs with silver, copper and brass overlay, 2 1/8” multi-point rowels and unique chap guards. Spurs are mounted with “L&M” marked two-piece Straps, with 2 1/4” hand engraved dome Conchos.

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LOT 16 Fantastic pair of double mounted, hand engraved, silver overlay Spurs by noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower. Spurs have beautiful engraved shanks and button chap guards with 2 1/2” multi-point rowels. Spurs are mounted with heavy tooled “L&M” marked two-piece Straps and matching 2 1/8” hand engraved, dome Conchos with silver full bodied long horns. Another outstanding pair.

Kevin Burns

LOT 17 Fine pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Stinnett, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Kevin Burns, with silver hand engraved overlay, full spread eagle on heel band and floral overlay on opposite heel band, engraved heart swing buttons, 2 3/4” multi-point rowels. Mounted with a pair of vintage two-piece straps. Kevin Burns was the recipient of the Adolph Bayers Award for Spur Maker of the Year in 2008.

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Jerry Cates

LOT 18 A pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Amarillo, Texas Bit and Spur Maker, the late Jerry Cates, (#2636), hand engraved silver overlay with hearts and chevrons on heel band, etched swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of basket weave two-piece Straps, with matching “Cates” marked buckles with keepers. Ray Anderson

LOT 19 Fine pair of single mounted Spurs by noted Weatherford, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Ray Anderson, (#53), in the hearts and gal-leg pattern, shanks have copper garters and copper slippers, fixed etched buttons. Mounted with a pair of oak leaf tooled, two-piece Straps.

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Bill Adamson

Walt Rambo

LOT 20 A fine pair of single mounted Spurs by noted Colorado Bit and Spur Maker Bill Adamson, marked “Adamson” and also marked with his first brand. Silver overlay with awesome engraving, silver engraved arrow shanks, 2 1/4” multi-point rowels with chap guards. Spurs have etched floral swing buttons and are mounted with a pair of two-piece, marked “Buddie Foster / Decatur, TX.” Straps. Straps have spotted borders and raised steer head Conchos.

LOT 21 Unique pair of single mounted gal-leg Spurs by noted Austin, Texas Bit and Spur Maker, the late Walt Rambo. Spurs are done in the McChesney style peanut and gal-leg pattern with unique engraved windmill style rowels. Spurs are mounted with a pair of vintage two-piece floral straps with “Sterling” marked engraved Buckles.

LOT 22 Early Bunk House Horn and wooden Spur & Hat Rack, made from long leaf Pine, approximately 48” W x 26” T and will accommodate 12 pairs of spurs or hats. All horns have hand carved circles, circa 1890-1910.

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LOT 23 Large and extremely well done Western Bronze by noted New Mexico artist Ken Payne, (1938-2012), titled “The Borrowed Pony”, #4 / 25, dated 1988, measuring 32 1/2” T x 25” W x 14” D, great detail. Ken Payne was an American Sculptor best known for his bronze works depicting the landscapes and history of the Southwest and Plains regions of the United States. His sculptures of buffalo, wolves, Native Americans, pioneers and cowboys often capture a moment of action in some larger narrative, bringing to life an idealized sense of the historic frontier of the Old West. In this way, Payne’s works bears resemblance to the paintings and sculptures of Frederic Remington. Born in 1938 in New Mexico on a 24,000 acre ranch to devout Christian parents, Payne became a pilot in 1956, working as a crop duster, and eventually a commercial pilot in Dallas, TX. He made art in his spare time and strove to imbue his western subjects with the same majesty and grace as Greek and Roman masters. Payne died in 2012 in Chinle, Az. The Bronze is on a revolving wooden base.

LOT 24 Beautiful antique, quarter sawn oak Bronze Pedestal with heavily carved front supported by six hexagon shaped columns, locking storage at rear with key. Pedestal measures 51” W x 37 3/4” T x 23 1/2” D, with polished granite top. Excellent finish and condition.

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Donald M. Yena

LOT 25 Large, hand signed, framed, color Print by San Antonio, Texas artist Donald M. Yena, dated 1974, titled “Trail Dust and Good Water”, frame measures 35” x 47”. Mr. Yena illustrated for Southwestern Bell, including this print as cover for the September 1974 Southwestern Bell Telephone Directory. See verso.

LOT 26 Fine early loop seat Saddle on Main & Winchester Tree, nicely tooled with square skirt, 4” cantle, 14” seat with very desirable saddle horn. Saddle has wooden ox-bow metal wrapped stirrups, shows nice rich deep brown color with excellent patina. Great eye appeal with obvious old west history, circa 1890s.

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LOT 27 Leather Braided Prison Bridle with horsehair tassels. Wyoming (Rawlins) Kangaroo leather bridle, roping style Reins with two-tone tassels. “McChesney” marked Iron curb Bit with diamond overlays. Excellent condition. LOT 28 Heavy, custom made wooden pedestal Saddle Stand made from Texas Mesquite, 40” T x 29 3/4” L x 17 1/2” W, excellent finish and condition. F.A. Meanea

LOT 29 F.A. Meanea Saddle with attached Saddle Bags, saddle is marked “F.A. Meanea / Maker / Cheyenne, W.T.”, 14” seat x 4 3/4” cantle. Saddle Bags are matching and marked “F.A. Meanea / Maker / Cheyenne”, circa 1880s, desirable loop seat and square skirt. Metal wrapped wooden ox-bow stirrups. Markings are deep and clear, nice early cowboy look, very desirable maker.

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LOT 30 Heavy, custom made wooden pedestal Saddle Stand made from Texas Mesquite, 40” T x 29 3/4” L x 17 1/2” W, excellent finish and condition. LOT 31 Beautiful antique carved wooden Floor Lamp with footed base and carved rams heads, carved reeded column, 70” T x 22” diameter with stained glass / leaded glass shade. Circa 1920s. Base is in excellent original finish and patina, shade has some aged heat cracking normal for these vintage lamps.

LOT 32 Solid quarter sawn oak, American Antique Hall Tree, beautiful unique style with heavily pierce carved back, carved arms and relief carved front, lift seat boot compartment, 37” oval mirrored hat rack. Beautiful finish and condition, 7 ft. T x 36” W x 15” D.

LOT 33 Beautiful antique, heavily carved Thermometre/ Barometre, Black Forrest style with full carved Cherub and large North Wind Face at bottom. Fine original finish and condition with porcelain Thermometer. Certainly a very desirable item with great quality.

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LOT 34 Incredible 12 piece Cased Antique Dressing Box (Vanity Set), marked on lock “ACME / BRITISH MAKE”. Case is marked “FINNIGANS, LONDON, MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL”. This magnificent heavy Celluloid Bakelite set with beautiful pictorial scenes will include unique hand mirror, button hook, nail file, hair brush, 2 clothes brushes, nail buff, hinged lid trinket box, round powder jar, oval pin tray. An early pin fire, engraved six shot Revolver, .7.65 caliber, with ivory grips and folding trigger. Vintage spear point Push Dagger with ricasso marked “Brooks & Crooks / Sheffield”, with crown and initials “V.R.”, 6 1/2” blade, 11 3/8” overall, heavy brass cross guard. Handle has hairline. Leather Sheath with nickel over brass end cap and spacer. These items will sell in a fitted oak case with lift top and drawer.

LOT 35 Unique, vintage, 5 cent coin-op, Three Bird Automaton with wooden gold gilt base and brass cage, complete with cash drawer and key. In excellent working order, cage measures 24 1/2” T x 15” W x 10 1/4” D. Most of the bird automatons only have two birds, this is a very unusual model because of the three singing birds.

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LOT 36 Very desirable and high quality piece of Taxidermy Work featuring a 5 ft. tree bark canoe with two Raccoons, a Possum and a Skunk. All lacing on the canoe appears to be sinew. What A Great Game Room Item!

LOT 37 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, .32 WIN SPL caliber, SN 2342661, manufactured 1957, 20” barrel. The barrel, tube and bolt retain virtually all of their original finish with slight wear at the muzzle. The frame retains nearly all its original finish with very minor high edge wear. The wood is in good condition with very light handling marks, excellent fit and a coat of varnish added. The steel butt plate is in very good condition. The action and bore are excellent, used. (MODERN)

LOT 38 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, SN 1675174, manufactured 1949. This is a standard Carbine with a 20” barrel chambered in .30 WCF caliber. The barrel, tube and bolt retain most original finish with minor blemishes. The frame retains most of its original finish with minor high edge wear. The wood is in good condition with light handling marks and excellent fit. The steel butt plate is in good, dirty condition. The action and bore are excellent, used. (MODERN)

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF TOM MIX MEMORABILIA

LOT 39 Antique curved glass Crystal Cabinet on original reeded iron base, circa 1890-1910, original finish and condition. Glass case has three revolving shelves with curved glass & wooden locking door, 64” T x 28 1/2” diameter. Case is factory designed to come in two pieces for easier transport, complete with key. Attributed to “The Crystal Case Co., Alliance, OH.”

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LOT 40 A pair of 1920s bat wing, fringed Leather Chaps, with inside pockets, marked inside the waist band “Tom Mix” on one side, “Hollywood” on the other. Tom Mix was Hollywood’s first Western Star. Born January 6, 1880, he made 291 films. He died October 12, 1940 in a car wreck. He was driving a 1937 Cord Phaeton. These Chaps will be accompanied by a photograph of Tom Mix and his memorial plaque. Chaps are in very good condition for their age, leather is supple, two tone brown with dark brown tooled belt. Approximately 33” long in the legs.

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LOT 41 Vintage framed color Lithograph marked lower right “Ackermann-Quigley Litho. Co.., Kansas City- New York / 2038”, titled “The Cow-Boy Girl” / “The Musical Melo-Drama” / “7 Big Song Hits”. Frame measures 31 3/4” T x 44 1/2” W. The Ackermann-Quigley Lithograph Co. was a well known and respected company of the early to late 1800s, and were recognized for doing many of the western themed posters and advertisements of that time to include “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”. Lithograph shows one line in the paper on left side, otherwise very good condition.

LOT 42 Incredible hand carved, long leaf pine, wall hanging Spur Rack, circa 1900-1920s, with full carved Bull’s Head with horns, measures 33 1/2” T x 15” W x 12” extension of bull’s head from the wall. Very unusual and very desirable to all cowboy collectors!

Adolph Bayers (1912-1978)

LOT 43 Scarce and desirable double mounted Spurs (#616) by the late Gilliland, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Adolph Bayers (1912-1978). These Spurs can be found on page 281 in Vol. II of the book “Artistry in Silver and Steel The Adolph Bayers Legend”, by Ben Miller & J. Martin Basinger. Spurs have silver engraved overlay mounting with silver overlaid initials “H.L.G.” on opposite heel band for H.L. Gage made on 4-27-71 with engraved swing buttons, and clover leaf style rowels. Mounted with a pair of plain two-piece Straps. Rarely ever does a pair of Adolph Bayers Spurs surface at auction.

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LOT 43A Scarce Three Volume Set of Books titled “Artistry in Silver and Steel / The Adolph Bayers Legend”, by Ben Miller, J. Martin Basinger and Laura Lynn Wilson, #50 / 200. Volume I & II are Spurs, Volume III is Bits from 1 to 299. Books are beautifully covered and have the most beautiful edge painting of the pages, near pristine condition. All three volumes are autographed by the authors. WILL BE SOLD 3 X THE BID. Dickie Tignor

LOT 44 Awesome pair of double mounted Spurs (#534) by noted Cheyenne, Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker Dickie Tignor. These spurs have beautiful floral engraving, etched swing buttons, mounted with a pair of two-piece heavy floral Straps with “Dickie T” marked fancy silver overlay buckles. Dickie Tignor started making Bits and Spurs for himself in 1985. He was influenced by Earlon Shirley. Dickie T was selected as the 2006 Academy of Western Artists Spur Maker of the Year.

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Crockett-Adamson

Danny Pollard

LOT 45 A pair of “Crockett-Adamson” marked single mounted, full engraved silver overlay Spurs in the famous frontier pattern. Spurs are mounted with a pair of two-piece “F.A. Meanea Co., Cheyenne Wyo.” marked Straps.

Ray Anderson

LOT 46 Fine pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Anson, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Danny Pollard, hand engraved silver overlay with owl and crescent on one side, peacock and crescent on opposite heel band. Spurs are mounted with a pair of two-piece spotted, basket weave Straps marked “Buddie Foster / Decatur, Texas”. LOT 47 Fine pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Weatherford, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Ray Anderson (#1255), see label inside heel band. Spurs are mounted with hand engraved silver overlay with copper medallion in center. Note: Cutting horse shank mounted with a pair of two-piece floral straps.

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Crockett-Renaldo

LOT 48 Showy pair of beautifully engraved single mounted Spurs marked “R.C.K. Crockett-Renaldo”, unused condition with heavy floral two-piece Straps with engraved buckles and fancy 2 1/2” raised dome conchos. J.P. Fernandez

LOT 49 Fit for an Emperor’s Horse this beautiful 19th century South American half-breed Bit with well worn cricket. The engraved cheek pieces are overlaid with silver and brass. The solid emblazoned slobber bar with makers mark “J.P. Fernandez”, adds to its look of royalty. This is a very fine example with original rein chains. This Bit will be accompanied by a brass and glass Display Case.

LOT 50 Massive Texas Long Horn Mount that measures 7 ft. 2” spread, great yellow aged patina with leather wrapped center, mounted on shield shaped board, very desirable pair.

LOT 51 Antique Sharps, New Model Saddle Ring Carbine, Model 1863, SN 95703, 22” round barrel, rear adjustable sight, marked on right side of receiver “R.S. Lawrence Pat./ April 12, 1859”, also marked “C. Sharps Pat. / October 5, 1852”, nice overall condition, no remaining finish, light gray to brown patina.

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LOT 52 Highly important polychrome bronze Sculpture by noted artist Dave McGary (1958-2013), titled “Where Lightning Strikes”, #28/50, 27” L x 18” T x 5 1/2” W. McGary is known for his lifelike Native American depictions all over the world. His attention to detail down to the hand painted beads on the moccasins is truly remarkable. He has had commissions for bronzes in front of the Houston Astrodome and El Paso Museum in Texas. Today McGary Sculptures are in permanent collections at the U.S. Capitol National Statuary Hall, Smithsonian, the White House, Buffalo Bill Historic Museum in Los Angeles and the list goes on and on. Truly an investment grade bronze detailing Native American life. A similar bronze sold in Nov. 2018 for $19,200.00, at Altermann Galleries. Ladies and Gentlemen, it doesn’t get any better than this!

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LOT 53 Beautiful antique, floral carved walnut Side Table with marquetry inlaid hexagon top and beautifully carved skirt and base, attributed to Karpen Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, MI. Table is in original finish and excellent condition, measures 30 1/4” T x 24” hexagon top. Karpen was one of the most prominent carved furniture designers and manufacturers of the early 1900s. Karpen Furniture began in Chicago in 1880-1950 as S. Karpen & Bros (nine brothers), initiated by Solomon and followed by the others in the next few years.

LOT 55 Incredible Squash Blossom Silver Necklace with six side drops and large center drop that measures 5” long x 3 3/4” wide. Double beaded with beautiful floral engraved silver work, beautifully decorated with bear claws, 42 pieces of polished turquoise and inset coral. Marked on back of center drop “Son of Bear 84”. Extremely showy, top quality piece.

LOT 54 Indian decorated antique Winchester, 1873 Rifle, .38 WCF caliber. The serial number is not visible due to a leather wrap used to repair the cracked stock. The leather wrap is secured with wire lacing and has secured the stock very well and has been on this rifle for many years. The 24” octagon barrel has a readable address and partially visible caliber marking. The markings on the upper tang are very worn. The action functions properly and the bore is fair. The right side of the original buttstock and forearm have brass tack decorations. The dust cover is missing.

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LOT 55B A 14 Kt. yellow gold oval Emerald Ring which measures 17 X 12 mm. There is suggestion the stone is treated, perhaps with color. The center of the stone has areas of transparency. These treatments are not always stable. The shank is 2.6 mm wide with a six prong basket head. REPLACEMENT VALUE: $ 2,000.00.

LOT 55A A 14 Kt. yellow gold pear shape Emerald Ring accented with 4 / .25 carat round diamonds set in bezels. The diamonds are I in color with S12 clarity. The pear shape emerald measures 16 X 12 mm. The emerald is highly included and chipped. The ring weighs 13.2 grams. REPLACEMENT VALUE: $ 5,500.00

LOT 56 Very unique engraved Silver and Bear Claw, turquoise Cuff with attached Ring, beautifully engraved with maker mark “RBP”.

LOT 58 Beautiful “Sterling” marked Silver and green Turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace with matching Earrings. Necklace has 10 tulips an large Naja, double silver beads merging in to one strand of beads. All stones have sterling beaded border.

LOT 57 Beautiful, oval shaped Sterling Bolo decorated with bear claw, polished turquoise and coral, braided leather Tie with sterling Tips. Bolo measures 3 1/2” long x 2 1/2” wide, showing beautiful Silver workmanship, maker mark “Sterling” then a stylized J with arrow.

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LOT 60 Very fine condition, turn of the century Native American California Burden Basket, 25 1/2” diameter x 9” deep. Believed to possibly be from the Yokuts (or Yokusf) Tribe.

LOT 59 Unique Silver Necklace made from 106 silver mercury dimes with six 1921 dome shaped Silver Dollars and unique horseshoe shaped center drop with turquoise. LOT 61 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, .30 WCF caliber, SN 1579731, manufactured 1949, standard carbine with a 20” barrel. The barrel, tube and bolt retain some original finish mixing with brown patina and with minor blemishes. The frame retains very little original finish mixing with brown patina and high edge wear. The wood is in good condition with light handling marks and excellent fit. The crescent, rifle style, steel butt plate is in good condition. Although the fit is excellent, the buttstock and butt plate may not be original. The action and bore are excellent, used. (MODERN)

LOT 62 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94 Carbine, .30/30 WIN caliber, SN 1712860, manufactured 1950. This is a standard Carbine with a 20” barrel. The barrel, tube and bolt retain most original finish with minor blemishes and high edge wear. The frame retains a little more than half of its thinning original finish mixing with brown and has high edge wear. The wood is in good condition with better than average figuring, light handling marks and excellent fit. The steel butt plate is in good condition. The action and bore are excellent, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 63 Beautiful Navajo Rug, 8 ft. 2” L x 64” W with unusual geometric design, 26 feathers, gray background with gold, browns, reds, orange & creamy colors. Shows great lazy lines with spirit line at top corner. Condition is very good, shows some light wear on outside edges. Great size for your room!

LOT 64 Unique and fine condition Navajo Rug, 8 ft. 6” L x 61” W, unusual geometric design, showing nice lazy lines, black, gray, red & creamy white colors. Very clean good condition. Great size for your room!

Armando Pena

LOT 65 Large Wall Hanging Oil on Canvas by noted artist Armando Pena, signed upper left hand corner, measures 72” L x 48” T.

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LOT 66 Quality glass & marble, sliding door, Floor Model Showcase, circa 1900-1910, manufactured by G. Mailander & Son, Waco, TX. Patent date October 17, 1905. Case measures 93 3/4” (7 ft. 9 3/4”) L x 24 1/2” D x 42” T on polished marble base, two adjustable mirrored shelves and four wooden and mirrored sliding back doors.

LOT 67 Beautiful antique French Swing Clock. The clock sculpture is marked “PAIX et PROGRES”, artist is “PAR BRUCHON”. Clock measures 40” T x 10” round metal base. Sculpture is a winged angel and lady. Clock is in running condition with key. NOTE: Although this clock is running perfectly at this time, as with all estate clocks it will be sold as is, where is.

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LOT 68 American Victorian, ornate Pedestal in original black ebonized finish, circa 1890. Pedestal is 39 1/2” T x 17” Sq. top, 40 turned spindles supporting stretcher, unique stair step style top and bottom, carved brackets.

LOT 69 Unique pair of Black Forrest style, beveled glass hanging mirrors. Mirrors are inset in beautifully carved wooden frames with fully carved hawks with glass eyes. Very good condition with mirrors showing some age. Frames measure 28” T x 12 1/2” W at widest point. Great decorator pieces with great eye appeal! WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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LOT 70 Fine early Black Forrest felt lined Trinket Box, circa 1880s, measures 12 1/2” W x 7” D x 7 3/4” T. Two fully carved mountain goats in center top, vine and carved birds on front, very unique carved floral feet. Box appears to be in original finish, very good condition.

LOT 71 Beautiful carved antique oak case Black Forrest Hanging Wall Clock, circa 1900, 26” L x 18” W, two carved birds in crest, pierce carved sides, porcelain numbered dial, complete with key and pendulum. As always all antique estate clocks are sold as is, where is.

LOT 72 Antique Black Forrest carved Cigarette and Match Holder, 14” T x 9 1/2” D x 12” W. Two hand carved mountain goats on mountainside.

LOT 73 Antique Black Forrest, hand carved wall Shelf with fully carved lion face, 14” T x 10 1/2” W, original finish and condition.

LOT 74 A pair of antique oak Black Forrest Picture Frames, one has hand carved oak leaf and acorns, the other has carved berries and leaves, circa 1870s-1880s. Frames measure 10 1/4” x 14 1/2” with unique oval picture area in center. Great quality, beautiful carving. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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LOT 75 A matching pair of porcelain, hand painted portrait Victorian Oil Lamps, very ornate footed base, # 2 burners, still in oil, 8” etched frosted shades with clear chimneys. Lamps measure 24” to top of chimneys with 6” footed base. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID. LOT 76 SIGNED TIFFANY’S 26” RED ORIENTAL POPPY FLOOR LAMP, circa 1910. The lamp measures 78” high with a 26” diameter shade. The shade has an incised mark of “Tiffany Studios New York 1902”. The elaborate piano extension oil font bronze base has the incised mark “Tiffany Studios New York 230”. Damage to the glass is limited to several heat cracks that does not detract from the overall appearance. Flower centers on the Red Poppies are yellow with an orange tint. The interior of the shade is reinforced with three vine-like wires that follow the natural paths of the stem design in a vertical manner. A blacklight test produced no visible signs of repair. We are not authority appraisers of Tiffany Lamps but this lamp has an appraisal dated 10/26/13 from certified appraisers Show & Tell Antiques for N&J Enterprise LLC / % Jonathon Blount & Victor Montoia. Appraisal shows value placed over $2,000,000.

LOT 77 Incredible high quality antique Bronze Wall Shelf, circa 18901910, heavy, fancy brackets with winged cherub on a dolphin. and a large group of fruit and berries. Extremely fine collectors quality. Wall shelf measures 18” T x 16” W x 7” D, in original patina, weighs approximately 25 pounds.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF THE NOTED SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BIT AND SPUR MAKER, THE LATE R.F. FORD (1944-2011), SPURS AND BITS. EXTREMELY RARE TO SEE THIS MUCH R.F. FORD MERCHANDISE TO SURFACE AT ONE TIME. R.F. Ford

LOT 78 Very desirable pair of double mounted R.F. Ford Pistol Spurs (#2136), hand engraved with silver and copper overlay. Spurs have card suit pattern on heel band and dominoes on opposite heel band, etched swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of two-piece “Liz Ford” marked basket weave Straps. Straps are mounted with matching “R.F. Ford” marked pistol buckles. Fine complete set! R.F. Ford

LOT 79 Extremely fine pair of double mounted R.F. Ford Spurs (#1570), with beautiful engraved overlay with raised buffalos on heel bands, fancy arrow shanks, matching engraved swing buttons. Mounted with heavy tooled, two-piece floral Straps with matching “R.F. Ford” marked engraved buckles with raised buffalo heads.

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R.F. Ford

LOT 80 Unique pair of double mounted Spurs by R.F. Ford, (#2294), with heavy hand engraved silver overlay in peacock pattern and inlaid stones. NOTE: These are marked “Limited Edition / 1 of 20”. After speaking with collectors, only four pair were ever made, these were number 1. This fine pair are mounted with a pair of two-piece basket weave Straps marked “Liz Ford”. Straps are mounted with R.F. Ford” marked buckles with engraved silver overlay and raised peacock. This unique pair of Spurs will be accompanied by the book titled “R.F. Ford Spurmaker / 1944-2011”. This book to an R.F. Ford collector is invaluable as it shows every spur he made and who he made it for. R.F. Ford

LOT 81 Fine pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Texas Bit and Spur Maker the late R.F. Ford (#2128), on right side is hand engraved silver with gold color long horn, on left side is engraved silver with gold color silhouette of Texas Ranger badge. Spurs are mounted with “Liz Ford” marked two-piece Straps and matching “R.F. Ford” marked buckles. NOTE: Identification to who Spurs were made for can be found on page 137 under Spur #2128 in the book titled “R.F. Ford Spurmaker”. Accompanying this set of Spurs will be the book “R.F. Ford Spurmaker / 1944-2011”, autographed “Hope you enjoy / God Bless / Liz Ford”. This book, to an R.F. Ford collector is invaluable and will show every Bit and Spur that he ever made and who he made them for.

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R.F. Ford

LOT 82 Very showy pair of double mounted Spurs by R.F. Ford (#2027), heavy hand engraved silver overlay card suits on heel band with overlaid silver dominoes on opposite heel bands, etched and floral swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of “Liz Ford” marked two-piece Straps, with “R.F. Ford” marked card suit buckles.

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LOT 83 Hand engraved, silver overlay iron Snaffle Bit by noted Texas Bit and Spur Maker the late R.F. Ford (#549). This Bit and information can be found on page 191, under number 549 in the book “R.F. Ford Spurmaker”. R.F. Ford made many pairs of fine Spurs but very few Bits.

LOT 84 Very scarce, original antique, curved glass & German silver Counter Top Showcase, circa 1890s, with etched advertising on glass for “Mueller-Keler Candy Co. Wholesale Candy Manufacturers”. Full mirrored rear entry door. Case measures 16” W x 34” T x 25” D, has all original wavy glass. Extremely good condition for its age.

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LOT 85 Rare antique, life size Papier Mache Indian, made by The Old King Cole Papier Mache Co., Canton, Ohio, circa late 1800 sonly four are known to exist, less than 10 were ever made. They were shown at the Chicago Worlds Fair in 1893 and again at the St. Louis Worlds Fair in 1904. It is said that over 27,000,000 people saw these iconic figures. All advertising collectors, especially collectors of the old west, find these are the most difficult to acquire. The Indian measures 5 ft. 2” T, with hat he is 5 ft. 6 1/2” tall. He retains his original color, showing some scuffs and scratches, but at approximately 130 years old he is in very good condition. It is thought these figures were used to promote cigar companies or the early Pontiac Company would use them at the Worlds Fair to promote their Buggies. Early Beaver Top Hat is fragile and worn. Here’s your chance to purchase one of the rarest items of the sale for your collection!

LOT 86 This lot will consist of two outstanding and highly sought after Advertising Tins to include: (1) Sunset Trail 5 cent Cigar Tin, when opened shows double graphics of cowboy & cowgirl. Colors are vivid, condition is very good, shows pieces of the original paper label still attached. Tin measures 5 1/2” T x 6 1/4” W. Marked on back “Sunset Trail / Manufactured by The Roby Cigar Co./ Barnesville, Ohio”. (2) A round Cigar Tin marked “OLD SENECA STOGIES”, marked on side of tin “W.H. KILDOW Manufacturer / Tiffin, Ohio”. Tin measures 5 3/4” T x 4 1/4” Dia., very good graphics and condition. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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LOT 86A Collection of 13 Country Store Advertising Tins to include: (1) Little Cigars Tin with hinged lid; (2) Apple Jack Smoking Tobacco Tin, oval; (3 & 4) Two Edgeworth Plug Slice Smoking Tobacco Tins with hinged lids; (5) Chesterfield Cigarette Tin with hinged lid; (6) Lucky Strike Cut Plug Tobacco Tin: (7) Central Union Cut Plug Tobacco Tin. (8) George Washington Cut Plug Tobacco Pail with handle. (9) Union Leader Cut Plug Tobacco Pail with handle. (10) Union Leader Cut Plug Tobacco Tin, medium size. (11) Vaporia Talk Tobacco Company Tin with paper label. (12) Large multi-color Tin Tobacco Box. (13) Lucky Strike Cut Plug Tin with hinged lid. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 87 Rare wooden, revolving Country Store Scissor Display Case, circa 1890-1900, with original key, original finish and condition. The crest is marked on two sides “Shears”, one side “Scissors”, and one side “Thos. J. Jones”. Display Case measures 28” T x 14” Sq. SHEARS NOT INCLUDED.

LOT 88 Vintage framed Cigar Advertising Lithograph titled “SUBROSA CIGARROS” / “Gimmee a light Pard”. Bright colors with a light scratch at top, lithograph measures 25 7/8” x 41 3/4”.

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LOT 89 Vintage, original frame marked “FAVORITE CIGARETTES”, with Advertising Lithograph “FAVORITE CIGARETTE / IN THE RED AND GOLD PACKAGE”, bright colors, frame measures 23 1/2” x 37 3/8”. Frame shows some age wear.

LOT 90 Vintage, original frame marked “EGYPTIENNE LUXURY CIGARETTES” with Advertising Lithograph “EGYPTIENNE LUXURY CIGARETTES / CONVINCINGLY MILD”, bright colors with some various scuffing and fold marks on lithograph, age marks showing on frame. Frame measures 25 5/16 x 33 1/8”.

LOT 91 Vintage framed Cigarette Advertising Die-Cut titled “OLD GOLD CIGARETTES / Winning on Natural Goodness / Not a Cough in a Carload”, bright colors, shows age marks and discoloration. Frame measures 29 1/8” x 39 1/8”.

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LOT 92 Cast iron and nickel plated Stove made by “KALAMAZOO CROWN”, overall good condition. Stove measures 5 ft. 7 1/2” T x 29” SQ at base. Original Circle K finial at top. Designed to break down for ease transportation. LOT 93 Vintage framed country store Advertisement for “THE WELLINGTON BASE BURNER MANUFACTURED BY THE WOLFE STOVE CO., TROY, N.Y.”, frame measures 26 1/8” x 38 1/4”, showing folds, some fading and browning from age, marked “Mayer & Ottman Litho, N.Y.” LOT 94 Beautiful Silver mounted Parade Saddle Ensemble, circa 1950s, heavy brown leather, floral tooled with engraved silver corners with raised gold horse heads, engraved silver swells, 14” seat, 22” floral leather Tapederos trimmed with silver. Saddle will be accompanied by its original silver mounted Breast Collar, matching Bridle with silver overlaid Bit marked “E. Garcia”, and a fine set of braided leather Reins with 9” popper. Saddle Horn is silver capped, 4” across with raised gold horse head in center. This saddle has great condition and a very showy look.

LOT 95 Custom made , solid mesquite pedestal Saddle Stand, measuring 49” T x 30” L x 17 1/4” W, complete with brass horseshoe shaped Bridle holder.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF EARLY HOLLYWOOD MEMORABILIA

LOT 96 ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF EARLY HOLLYWOOD MEMORABILIA: A great pair of Hollywood silver Spurs made for movie star, champion cowboy, Wild West performer and all around cowboy, Hoot Gibson. Intricately engraved with personalized nameplate reading “HOOT” on the 1” heel band. Elongated shanks with a 14” spoke and 2 1/2” diameter rowel. Beautiful sterling buckles with “CHAS. L. SAMPLE / L.A. CAL.” markings. Edmund Richard “HOOT” Gibson (1892-1962), was an American rodeo champion and a film actor, film director and producer. While acting and stunt work began as a sideline to Gibson’s focus on rodeo, he successfully transitioned from silent films to become a leading performer in Hollywood’s growing cowboy film industry. During the period between WWI & WWII, he was second only to cowboy film legend Tom Mix as a box office draw. These Spurs made by Charles L. Sample (1903-2003), was the son of an Iroquois mother and a Scottish silversmith father, and was born on the Allegheny Reservation in Pennsylvania. Moving with his family to Southern California at the age of 13, he began working for Edward H. Bohlin in 1925 at 35 cents an hour. Charlie worked for Pachmayr’s and fixed guns for Stembridge. In the 30s he had his own business where he partnered with Phil Fredholm, who had worked with him at Bohlin’s. Charlie marked all his pieces, “CHARLES L. SAMPLE L.A. CAL ( and later HOLLYWOOD CAL). Over the years he had several apprentices-four men and three women. Accompanying this lot will be a Binder with further info concerning Hoot Gibson and Charlie Sample. Very interesting reading! Certainly a one of a kind and a rare opportunity to purchase this well documented pair of Hollywood Spurs.

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LOT 97 Andy Griffith owned Oscar Crockett Spurs / Oscar Crockett (1887-1949). ACQUISITION DATE: 2018; DESCRIPTION: Single silver mounted, circa 1940s, edge marked “Crockett” arrow pattern spurs. Spurs are mounted with a pair of vintage twopiece Straps with two engraved, raised conchos. These are the original straps that have always been with these spurs; CONDITION: Good, as found all original with flaking nickel; PROVENANCE: 1976 and before: Harrah’s Pony Express Museum. June 1976 - Sold Lot 179 to Andy Griffith (1928-2012), American Actor and Movie Star. April 1992 - Sold from the wall of Andy Griffith’s den at his home, 10500 Camarillo St., North Hollywood, California to Don Britt. 1996 - Purchased at an estate sale in Redding, California by Jesse Caswell with above documentation. September 2018 - Sold by western dealer, Don Caswell, for his cousin, Jesse Caswell to Bruce Bartlett. Accompanying these Spurs is a binder with documentation and an 8x10 photograph of Andy Griffith.

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LOT 98 A Sterling & 10Kt. Gold Trophy Buckle marked “LAS VEGAS NEVADA / PRE-HANDICAP CHAMPION / 12-3-55”, on back it is engraved to Hollywood Actor “SPENCER TRACY”, made by “THE WESTERNER / RENO, NEVADA / STERLING / 10K”. Front has silhouette of Nevada overlaid in jewelers enamel. Buckle measures 2 3/4” L x 1 7/8” W, made for a 1 1/8” belt.

LOT 99 Framed, vintage Lithograph marked on lower right “Morgan Litho Corp., Cleveland, O., 29299”, marked lower left in circle “Republic Pictures / Country of Origin U.S.A.” Lithograph “GENE AUTRY / UNDER BLUE MONTANA SKIES”. Lithograph has strong bright colors, does have folds in paper, otherwise good condition.

LOT 100 Framed, large vintage Lithograph marked on lower right “Morgan Litho Corp. Cleveland, O., 46/1088”, marked lower left “Country of Origin U.S.A.”. Lithograph is of “Eddie Dean and his horse Flash / Tumbleweed Trail”, great colors, showing some fold marks with some paper missing on right side , otherwise nice condition. Professionally framed (wooden), measuring 83 1/2” (6 ft. 11 1/2”)T x 45” W.

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LOT 101 Engraved Colt, Bisley Model, Revolver, .44/40 caliber, SN 197180, manufactured 1900, 4 3/4” barrel with ivory grips. Serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap, barrel and cylinder were changed prior to engraving to an unknown .44 caliber. The frame and backstrap have full coverage engraving with small amounts on the trigger guard and top of the barrel. The barrel markings have been removed and the front sight has been replaced. The action functions properly but the safety notch is missing. The bore is very good. The ivory grips fit perfectly and have a beautiful, mellow color. Used. (MODERN)

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LOT 101 A Fine vintage, floral tooled single loop Holster with closed toe, marked “Al Furstnow / Miles City, Mont.” for a 4 3/4” Single Action Revolver. Nice, rich brown original patina. REVOLVER NOT INCLUDED.

LOT 102 “Colt” marked, SAA Revolver, SN 339683 with vintage double loop Holster. This Revolver appears to have been significantly refinished or made up from parts. The SN 339683 appears to be a later stamped outside of the Colt Factory. It is a 7 1/2” barrel, .45 COLT caliber, 6-shot Revolver with attractive one piece bone grips. According to the serial number, if it is correct for this revolver, it was manufactured in 1920. The patent dates and Rampant Colt on the frame do not appear to be in the normal location for factory markings. There are traces of blue on some of the possibly replaced parts. The action functions properly and the bore is very good. The double loop Holster is marked “114C 45” on the top loop. The throat has been trimmed to expose more of the revolver during carry. Used. (MODERN)

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LOT 104 Custom made mesquite pedestal Saddle Stand, 48” T x 30” L x 17” W.

LOT 103 Beautiful brown, heavily tooled Sterling mounted Saddle marked “D.E. Walker / Maker / Visalia Cal.”, with sterling marked “Visalia Stock Saddle Co., S.F. Cal. Sterling”. Saddle has 14” seat, with engraved sterling cantle, over 60 hand engraved, raised dome silver conchos. Saddle horn has a 2 1/2” raised engraved concho in center, sterling engraved corners, matching tooled leather Stirrups. Leather is supple, nice overall condition. Saddle will be accompanied by a leather silver mounted Bridle, buckles and keepers are marked “Sterling”, mounted with a fancy silver overlaid and engraved Bit attributed to E. Garcia and a set of fancy leather braided Reins with silver spacers and 11” popper. Spacers have raised engraved hearts. Reins show a couple of weak spots.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF VINTAGE WESTERN WEAR; THE FOLLOWING FOUR LOTS ARE FROM A PROMINENT DALLAS ESTATE. LOT 106 Matching three piece, ladies vintage Western Outfit to include: fancy fringed Shirt with smiley pockets, fringe and sequins, matching Pants and Dress Coat accompanied by a Belt with steer head engraved sterling buckle, with Bolo. Vintage red boots marked “Stewart”. Outfit was made by “Rodeo Ben”. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 105 Matching three piece, men’s vintage Western Outfit to include: fancy fringed Shirt with smiley pockets, fringe and sequins, matching Pants and Dress Coat, accompanied by a Belt with steer head engraved sterling buckle, sterling marked Bolo. Also a pair of vintage black Boots with inlaid tops. Outfit was made by “Rodeo Ben”. Wrangler Jeans were first made by the Blue Bell Overall Company, which had acquired the brand when it took over Casey Jones in the mid1940s. Blue Bell employed Bernard Lichtenstein (Rodeo Ben), a Polish tailor from Lodz who worked closely with cowboys to help design jeans suitable for rodeo use. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 107 Matching two piece, men’s vintage Western Outfit, circa 1940s, to include fancy butterfly embroidered Shirt with smiley pockets and mother of pearl snap buttons with matching embroidered Pants. Made by Irby Thompson Western Wear / Dallas / Exclusively Rothchilds. Outfit will be accompanied by a pair of brown inlaid Boots by N. Porter Saddle and Harness Co. Phoenix, Az. Boots have loose stitching on left boot top. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 108 Matching two piece, ladies vintage Western Outfit, circa 1940s, to include fancy butterfly embroidered Shirt with smiley pockets and mother of pearl snap buttons with matching embroidered Pants. Made by Irby Thompson Western Wear / Dallas / Exclusively Rothchilds. Outfit will be accompanied by a pair of brown inlaid Boots by Acme Boot Company, marked “Hop a Long Cassidy” on boot pulls. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 109 Denim, Wrangler Advertising Banner, “Worn By Champion Cowboys”, with brass grommets in each corner, nice bright colors, very good condition.

LOT 110 Two pair of vintage Double Eagle Cowboy Boots with overlaid & inlaid toes and shelf, 7” tops, worn but in good decorator condition. The light brown pair has a small hole in vamp. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 109A Unique vintage, circa 1920-30s, Western Window Advertisement with bobbing head Cowboy riding a cactus. Appears to have original shirt, scarf and hat, complete but fragile. Cowboy is mounted on an oval shaped 6” wooden base. Actual figure measures 41” from top of the base to top of the hat. Would look great with any cowboy or western collection. LOT 111 Unique antique oak, round Chair Side Table, circa 1900-1910, 19 1/2” round top and matching round 12” stretcher, 30 1/4” tall, very nice finish and condition.

LOT 112 Fancy antique, signed “Bradley & Hubbard” oil Banquet Lamp, circa 1890s, with ornate footed base and very ornate trim in excellent condition, with original “B&H” marked font cap, in original brass patina, 9” hand painted floral shade. Lamp stands 26” tall, has been professionally electrified.

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LOT 113 Ornate early Victorian Brass Piano Lamp, signed “Bradley & Hubbard / 1195”, originally in oil but has been converted to electricity. This beautiful lamp sits on ornate base with very ornate brass 12” center shelf, with beautiful 10” hand painted floral shade. Lamp measures 60” tall and shows to have been polished some years ago.

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LOT 114 Ornate quarter sawn oak Boxed Group of four items, to include: (1) British, five shot, nickel plated Revolver, 2” barrel, checkered walnut grips, bore measures approximately 9 MM caliber, with British Proof Crown over initials “RL”. (2) Buck Horn handled Side Knife, 7 3/4” blade, 13 1/8” overall length with silver pommel and spacer, 3” silver cross guard, ricasso is marked “George Butler & Co., Sheffield”, with its original silver trimmed leather Sheath. (3) Matching Buck Horn handled Push Dagger, 4 1/4” blade, 8 7/8” overall length, silver pommel and spacer with heavy 2 1/4” silver cross guard, ricasso is marked “George Butler & Co., Sheffield”, with silver trimmed leather Sheath. (4) A vintage Buck Horn Handled, spring loaded Cigar Cutter with pipe scraper, showing hallmarks. Vintage hinged case measures 11 3/4” W x 16” L x 3” T, with brass escutcheon inlaid in top with the initial “J”. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 115 Collection of three vintage Badges to include: (1) Large heavy brass Shield Badge with eagle crest and blue jewelers enamel inlay, 2 5/8” L x 1 5/8” W with correct pin, marked “R.H. Fowler / Under Sheriff / Montezuma County / Colo.” (2) Silver shield shaped Wallet Badge, 1 1/4” L x 3/4” W with eagle crest, marked “Deputy Sheriff / Montezuma County / Colo.” (3) Silver, shield shaped Badge with full eagle crest, 2” T x 1 1/2” W, marked “Official Guard / 14 / V.N.M. Park”. with hallmark stamped on back “W.J. Cooley / Maker / Memphis, Tenn.”. WILL BE SOLD 3 X THE BID.

LOT 116 Scarce, original early Hat Badge for “San Antonio / Police / 79”, Measures 2 1/2” T x 1 7/8” W, with embossed eagle crest over circle star, shows to be original patina. Badge will be accompanied by a photo copy of the front cover of the R.L. Wilson Book “The Peacemakers Arms and Adventure in the American West”, where Wilson used Badge 49 on the front cover, top left.

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LOT 117 Springfield Armory, Model 1911-A1, .45 ACP caliber, Semi-Automatic pistol, SN N408516, stainless / matte finish, 5” barrel, wooden checkered grips, with original 8-round magazine, very good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 118 Smith & Wesson, Model 39-2, .9 MM caliber, Semi-Automatic Pistol, SN A521047, nickel finish, 4” barrel, “S&W” marked, checkered walnut grips, very nice overall condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 119 Springfield Armory, Model XD, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .45 ACP caliber, SN XD605750, 4” barrel, two tone matte finish, complete with original high capacity magazine, very good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 120 Metro Arms, American Classic II, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .45 ACP caliber, SN A05317, blue finish, 5” barrel, metal skeletonized grips, Colt National Match barrel, adjustable trigger, Beaver Tail grip safety, extended slide stop. Good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 121 Smith & Wesson, Model 5944, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM PARA caliber, SN TFP9210, matte finish, 4” barrel, showing edge wear and thinning finish on slide. Good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 122 Star, Model S.A., Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN 65421, blue finish with light specks on slide, 3 1/2” barrel, rubber checkered grips, overall very good condition, showing very light use, used. (MODERN)

LOT 123 Browning, Pocket Auto Model, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN 426100, blue finish with light rust specks, 2” barrel, plastic Browning checkered grips. Good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 124 Browning, Buck Mark, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 655NT19443, matte finish, 5 1/2” barrel, original checkered thumb rest grips, gold trigger, mounted with an Ultra Dot Scope, good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 125 A pair of raised porcelain Ranch Gate Signs, one is for the “CROSSLER” Ranch, the other is for the “ATKINSON RANCH”, signs are in very good condition with normal wear, and measure 12” x 20”. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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LOT 126 Extremely rare antique framed Photograph, “Copyright 1910 by Union Pacific R.R. Co.” marked lower left, lower right is marked “Jerry Start, St. Louis”, in original frame that measures 31 1/8” x 44” with bronze label marked “Union Pacific / The Overland Route / Jones on Silver City / Frontier Day Celebration / Cheyenne, WYO.” Excellent, untouched condition. This has to be one of the rarest Union Pacific advertisements known. Frame is in its original finish with gold inside border.

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LOT 127 Very desirable early saddle maker “G. S Garcia / Elko, Nevada “ marked, Loop Seat Saddle, square skirt, beautiful tooling, 14” seat, 5” cantle, leather is supple and has a nice mellow, deep brown color, ox-bow stirrups, back of cantle is tooled with initials “A.M.” LOT 128 Custom pedestal Saddle Stand made of solid mesquite, 31 1/4” L x 17” W x 40” T.

LOT 129 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94, Carbine, SN 2196954, manufactured 1956. This is a standard Carbine with a 20” barrel chambered in .30/30 WIN caliber. The barrel tube and bolt retain most original finish with a few blemishes. The frame retains some original finish mixing with brown patina. The wood is in good condition with minor blemishes. The steel butt plate is in good condition. The action and bore are very good, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 130 Winchester, Pre-64 Model 94, Carbine, SN 1740515, manufactured 1951. This is a standard Carbine with a 20” barrel chambered in .30/30 WIN caliber. The barrel, tube and bolt retain most original finish with minor blemishes. The frame retains most of its thinning original finish with high edge wear. The wood is in good condition with light handling marks and excellent fit. The steel butt plate is in good condition. The action and bore are excellent, used. (MODERN)

LOT 131 A scarce pair of “Dave Shelley, Cody, WYO.” marked leather Bat Wing Chaps, with outside pockets, spotted border with hearts, stars and horseshoes, silver conchos and latigo strings. Dave Shelley (1868-1941), spent much of his early life applying the trade of Cowboy while learning the trade of Saddle Making. It was in 1908 that Dave Shelley and his wife Cora opened a Saddlery in Cody, Wyo. Dave became a famous self-made saddle maker applying his trade in various saddle and harness shops. He was noted for having designed and made the famous Cody Stock Saddle and supplied many famous Cowboys between 1908-1941 with his Saddles, Buckskin Clothing, Chaps, Gun Leather and Boots. In 1941, Dave Shelley died at the age of 73 while still actively working making saddles and running his saddle business. Dave’s wife Cora ran the shop until selling it in 1945.

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LOT 132 Fine pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Colorado Bit and Spur Maker Bill Adamson. Spurs are done in the crescent & star pattern, hand engraved silver overlay, engraved swing buttons, and are mounted with a pair of two-piece, spotted basket weave Straps, marked “Buddie Foster, Decatur, Texas”. Straps have matching “Adamson” marked Buckles.

Bill Adamson

LOT 133 Pair of inside marked “Crockett”, outside marked “Adamson” double mounted Spurs with raised silver overlay bulls head on heel bands with drop arrow shanks, floral swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of fancy spotted two-piece Straps marked “Buddie Foster, Decatur, Texas.” Straps have fancy silver buckles. Crockett Spurs with Adamson mountings.

Crockett / Bill Adamson

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LOT 134 ATTENTION BIT & SPUR COLLECTORS: The Book titled “SPUR MARKS” by Natha McMinn Mitchell, book #433B / 500, copyright 1986, given to one of the most recognized spur collectors in Texas, the late James Weathers. Marked on fly leaf, “James Weathers, May life take you down many happy trails, Natha Mitchell”. This is one of the most desirable books in the spur collecting industry. Kevin Burns

LOT 135 Outstanding pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Texas Bit and Spur Maker Kevin Burns, in the famous four card suit pattern with diamond and hearts on opposite heel bands, all hand engraved silver overlay with etched swing buttons and 2 3/4” multi-point rowels. Mounted with two-piece floral Straps. Kevin Burns was the recipient of the Adolph Bayers Award for Spur Maker of the Year 2008. David Hunt

LOT 136 Showy pair of double mounted Spurs by Panhandle, Texas Bit and Spur Maker David Hunt, #082, silver overlay, hand engraved with aces & eights overlaid on heel band, bucking horse on opposite heel band, matching 2 1/8” silver bucking horse conchos. Mounted with a pair of fancy spotted Straps with “Hunt” marked matching buckles and keepers.

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Lytle & Mower

Carl Hall

LOT 137 Fine pair of double mounted Spurs by West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower with hand engraved silver overlay and mother of pearl inlay on heel band, engraved diamonds on opposite heel bands, 2 1/4” multi-point rowels and fancy engraved shanks, etched swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of fancy tooled twopiece marked Straps by noted saddle maker “Bob Marrs, Amarillo, Texas”. Really awesome pair!

LOT 138 A pair of single mounted Spurs by the late Comanche, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Carl Hall, made in the style of J.O. Bass in the card suit pattern with 1 7/8” heel bands. Mounted with two-piece basket weave Straps.

LOT 139 Two framed, vintage Salesman Sample Livestock Whips. Antique frame measures 43 1/2” x 17 1/2”. Given to Clause Hubenett, Lindsburg, Kansas by Clyde Shipley, son of Charles P. Shipley and Vice President of Sales and Marketing of the Charles P. Shipley Saddle & Mercantile Co., Kansas City, Mo. in or about 1920-25. They were purchased in the Terry Hubenett, Redfield, Kansas auction in 1994. This information comes from Terry Hubenett, son of Clause Hubenett and the last surviving member of his family.

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LOT 140 Group of four antique Photo Albums with cowboys and cowgirls on front, three of which have folding drawered stands, one has a fancy metal easel. All have nice fronts, some with pictures, some have damaged pages. WILL BE SOLD 4 X THE BID.

LOT 141 Vintage Chalk Bucking Horse Lamp with etched glass reflector, 15” T x 13” W x 7” D, has a couple of nicks in base, original silk cord. Appears to be in original patina. LOT 142 Unique antique country store, sliding door Showcase / Humidor, circa 1900, unique size measuring 48” W x 26 1/2” D x 42 3/4” T, with marble wrapped base, original finish and condition, with four wooden panel sliding doors and storage drawer in bottom rear.

LOT 143 Vintage Tin Advertising Showcase / Humidor for “John Carver 11 cent Cigars”, circa 1920s, 13” T x 15 1/2” L x 10 3/4” W, original paint and condition.

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LOT 144 Vintage Tin Advertising Showcase / Humidor for “Tennyson 5 cent Cigars”, circa 1920s, 12 3/8” T x 15 3/4” L x 9 1/4” W, excellent original paint, stenciling and condition.

LOT 145 Vintage Tin Advertising Showcase / Humidor for “Garcia Grande 5 cent / 10 cent Cigars”, circa 1920s, 12 1/2” T x 12 3/4” L x 10 1/8” W, original paint and condition, good graphics.

LOT 146 Early Chalk Cigar Store Indian titled “Hiawatha”, 19 1/2” T x 6 3/4” base, original paint, very nice overall condition.

LOT 148 Antique oak, one cent coin operated Match Dispenser, dispenses small match boxes, see thru front with silhouette of windmill on front, original finish and condition with key, 11 3/4” T x 8” W x 5 1/2” D.

LOT 147 Very unusual and scarce tin Match Dispenser, one cent coin operated, advertising “Diamond Matches”, in original paint and condition, retains majority of stenciling, 13 1/2” T x 10 1/2” W x 7 1/2” D, round match holder 9” dia.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF EARLY TEXAS MARKED TOBACCO CUTTERS

LOT 149 Cast Iron table model Tobacco Cutter advertising “THE WAPLES PLATTER GROCER CO., FT. WORTH, DALLAS & DENNISON, TEXAS / PATENT DEC. 1, 1914”. Cutter measures 8 1/2” T x 13” L.

LOT 151 Cast Iron and nickel finish Tobacco Cutter advertising “CARTER GROCER SERV-US PRODUCTS COWTOWN, TEXAS / PATENT DEC.1, 1914”. Cutter measures 8 1/2” T x 13” L.

LOT 150 Cast Iron and nickel finish Tobacco Cutter advertising “J.M. RADFORD GROCERY COMPANY, ABILENE, TEXAS / PATENT DEC.1, 1914”. Cutter measures 8 1/2” T x 13” L.

LOT 152 Cast Iron Tobacco Cutter advertising “THE BONHAM WHOL. GROCERY CO., BONHAM, TEX.”, unusual embossed base. Cutter measures 8 1/2” T x 13” L.

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LOT 153 Boxed Iver Johnson, Safety Hammerless, Double Action Revolver, .32 caliber, 5-shot, SN B45058, original nickel finish, 3” barrel, retains 80% original finish, sold in Iver Johnson picture box, used. (MODERN)

LOT 154 Boxed Iver Johnson, Safety Hammer, Double Action Revolver 5-shot, .32 caliber, SN E2855, original nickel finish, retains 80% + original finish, sold in Iver Johnson picture box, used. (MODERN)

LOT 155 Smith & Wesson, Lemon Squeeze, 5-shot Revolver, .32 caliber, SN 88351, no remaining finish, dark brown aged patina, 3” barrel, mechanically sound, used. Will be accompanied by a small spotted & fringed Holster and Belt (some fringe missing). (MODERN)

LOT 156 North American, Derringer, 5-shot, .22 MAG caliber, SN E266750, stainless, 1 1/2” barrel, like new condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 157 Vintage framed, color Advertisement for “Buster Brown Cigars”, in original wooden frame, 11 1/2” x 13 1/2”. Marked lower left “R.F. OUTCAULT / TRADE MARK REGISTERED”.

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LOT 158 Vintage Copper Advertisement for “General Arthur Hand Made Cigars / Kerbs, Wertheim & Schiffer”, made with easel back or can be hung, measures 9” x 12”, bevel mirror center, all raised letters.

LOT 159 “D. Buchner & Co. No. 1102, New York”, this vintage Statue of early policeman is titled “One of the Finest”, A small spring wound Seth Thomas Clock inset in base, clock is designed to be pulled out of base to be wound. Statue and base measures 18 1/2” T x 7 3/4” base by 5 1/2” D.

LOT 160 Framed Lithograph Advertising for “Fore ‘n’ Aft Smoking Tobacco”, very nice condition, bright colors with some spotting. Frame measures 27” x 31 3/4”.

LOT 161 Vintage “Helmar / Quality Superb” Cigarette Advertisement, antique oak frame that measures 28 1/8” x 26 1/4”. Great graphics and colors.

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LOT 162 Framed Advertisement for “FATIMA Turkish Cigarettes”, shows hairline crackling, measures 20 1/4” x 28”.

LOT 163 Fine condition antique, quarter sawn oak, table top model, country store double Showcase with combination cash drawer in rear, excellent finish and condition with brass factory label marked “WADDEL W.W. WORKS / GREENFIELD, OHIO / PATENT APPLIED FOR”. Case measures 38 1/2” L x 23 1/2” W x 12 1/4” T. Combination to coin drawer will be provided. Top glasses lift when unlocked. LOT 164 Original antique oak Framed Lithograph Advertising “MURAD TURKISH CIGARETTES”, nice graphics, great color, some paper loss at top left hand corner. Frame measures 28 1/2” W x 41 1/2” T, good condition with some handling marks. Frame is original to the lithograph, marked at bottom of frame.

LOT 165 Unframed Tobacciana Sign, Piedmont Cigarettes / 10 for 5 cents, Victorian Lady with roses. Lithograph is on linen, circa 1890s. Good to very good condition with some moisture damage near bottom with some age yellowing, 45” H x 27” W.

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LOT 166 This lot consists of two vintage Cigarette Dispensers to include: (1) A vintage “Suze” Cigarette Dispenser, when lid is lifted 20 holders display the cigarettes, music box in bottom. Approximately 10 1/2” T with original decals. (2) A Donkey carrying Keg dispenses cigarettes when ear is depressed, tail lifts to dispense cigarettes, 8” T x 9” W x 4” D. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 168 Early antique, side walk model, steam powered Peanut Roaster by Cretors with motorized area, and automated clown on top turning see thru glass peanut roaster, 25” L x 18” T x 8” W. C. Cretors & Company is an American manufacturing company specializing in popcorn and peanut machines and other concessions equipment. It was established in 1885 with the invention of the first large scale commercial popcorn machine to pop corn in oil. C Cretors & Co is in Wood Dale, Illinois and is still owned by the Cretors family.

LOT 167 Antique Kerosene powered, counter top Hot Peanut Machine, circa 1890-1910, manufactured by “KINGERY COMPANY, CINCINNATI.” Metal and cast iron lower unit with copper and glass covered lift off peanut area, three burners inside base. 28” T, with additional 17” H fuel tank from top of machine, 27” W x 14” D.

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LOT 169 Medical Pharmaceutical Display Case, circa late 1800s-early 1900s, “Raw Materials Drug Display”. This oak Display Cabinet contains 288 hinged lid, lithographed tin containers with glass domes on top for content viewing. This was given by the Parke-Davis Drug Co. for the identification of source materials. This case has a paper label under the hinged lid with the Numerical Index for Students of Medicine and Pharmacy. The tin containers are numbered to match the numbered listings on the index label. This four drawered case with cast iron handles measures 28 1/2” L x 14 1/2” T x 19” W. Very rare and difficult to find! This is our first.

LOT 170 Collection of six, wooden Cigars Boxes by different companies, some are full, some are partially full, to include: One box of Texana Cigar Co. “The Yellow Rose”; Three boxes of La Trinidad “Presidentes”; One box of Padron 5000 Cigars; And one box of Montecristo Club Cabinet No. 20. Accompanying this lot is a vintage 10 Cigar, wooden Cigar Mold for “Saint Luis Rey / Reserva Especial”, WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. LOT 171 Framed Lithograph Poster advertising “Newsboy Plug Tobacco”, nice graphics, showing some aging, one small separation in paper at top left hand corner. Antique oak frame measures 31 1/2” x 40 7/8”.

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LOT 172 Antique Remington, Rolling Block, SN 4131, Baby Carbine. This is a 20” round barrel Carbine manufactured circa 1885, chambered in .44 centerfire caliber (per Flayderman’s Guide) with a flip up rear sight and a tall blade on the front. It is period style engraved in floral scrolls and vines on the frame, barrel and both tangs. The wood buttstock has inlaid brass figures with an Indian on the right side and a buffalo on the left side. The wood stock and forearm are deeply checkered and in very good condition with excellent fit. The action functions properly and the bore is very good. The barrel is stamped under the forearm wood “JP GUTH”. Wikipedia shows this information that may be relevant “Joseph P. Guth was born around 1860 in Germany and immigrated to the United States in 1884. He moved to Omaha in 1886 from Cleveland to pursue his career in architecture. Guth began business in Omaha as a partner of the firm, Dietrick & Guth. Guth was also a civil engineer, working in superintending as well as architecture; he supervised much of the construction for the Storz and Krug Brewing companies in Omaha, as well as several fire stations. He was a member of numerous German societies. He died in April of 1928, and was survived by his wife, Isabella, and two daughters, Mrs. C. R. (Anna) Geisler and Miss Julia B. Guth.

LOT 173 Full neck mount Buffalo, approximately 28” from wall to tip of nose, 23” horn spread with original horn caps. Very good size to decorate your gun room!

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LOT 174 Bronze Buffalo Bull on marble base, marked “Benjoe”, 14” L x 6” W x 13” T, great detail.

LOT 174A Very unique antique carved Chair Side Table, circa 1920-1930, with fancy carved skirt and pedestal base, attributed to Grand Rapids Furniture Co., 24 1/2” T x 29 1/4” L x 15 1/4” W. Excellent finish and condition, would go well with previous lot. LOT 175 Fine antique iron case Mantle Clock, marked “Ansonia Clock Co., New York”, bronze buffalo bull statue on top and mounted on each side with actual buffalo horns. Appears to be in original condition, complete with pendulum and key, eight day time and strike movement, circa 1910. Case shows minor handling marks, otherwise very good condition. As always all estate clocks will be sold as is. LOT 176 Unique antique iron case Mantle Clock, marked “Ansonia Clock Co., New York”, with statue of buffalo bull on top and mounted with buffalo heads on each side. Ornate dial and fancy footed base. Clock measures 16” L x 6 1/2” W x 16” T, complete with pendulum and key, eight day time and strike movement, circa 1910-1915. Case shows minor handling marks, otherwise good condition. As always estate clocks will be sold as is.

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LOT 177 Unique vintage Buffalo Horn hanging Hat & Coat Rack with two matching sets of buffalo horns with matching brass tips, horns have a 22” spread x 10” T.

LOT 178 Antique, hand colored Lithograph by noted artist “John B. Dodge”, signed lower right, signed “W.M. Cary / sir 1878” lower left. Titled “THE GUARDIANS OF THE HERD - BUFFALO BULLS CHARGING HUNTERS”. Art is in a wooden frame that measures 42” x 50 1/4”.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF MUSEUM QUALITY HORN FURNITURE: LOT 179 One of the most incredible, one of a kind, antique Horn Rockers that has surfaced in many years. This Horn Rocker is constructed of 80 plus of the finest steer horns with brass bands. The arms of this magnificent rocker have been hand carved and have raised figures of hunting scenes, deer, dog & coon, cattle, horses, hunter holding rifle & a Victorian style lady holding a flag. The seat is made solely of interwoven horns. NOTE: The aged yellow patina! Some of the horns are scalloped & some are banded with split horns. The intricate craftsmanship is the strength of this Rocker. This is the ultimate in horn furniture and could be the centerpiece of any cowboy collection. This fantastic Rocker is man sized and measures 39” T at back x 37” across arms x 21” D in seat, and is without question MUSEUM QUALITY! PRE-SALE ESTIMATE: $10,000 - $20,000.00

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LOT 180 Beautiful antique, ornate oak Barber Chair, circa 1890-1900, very elaborate trim, original hydraulic system, marked “KOKEN Barbers’ Supply Co., St. Louis, U.S.A.”, beautifully upholstered in Victorian style diamond tufted fabric. In good working order, measures 44” T with adjustable head rest, 24” W, with double folding foot rest also marked “KOKEN”. This is one of their fancy models.

LOT 181 Absolutely unbelievable antique oak Boot Fitting Stool, circa early 1900s, advertising “MOCCASIN AGENCY”, in beautiful oak original finish with unusual repousse hand hammered Indian Head copper plaques on each side that measure 11” T x 9 1/2” W. Oak Stool measures 16” T x 23” L x 9 1/4” W, with fitted drawer in back. Certainly one of the finest advertising items to surface in years. The Moccasin Agency began in Albuquerque, N.M. and later moved to California.

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LOT 183 Fine silver mounted, leather Bridle mounted with a “Visalia” marked Bit with engraved raised 2 1/2” conchos on cheek piece. Bit is accompanied by a pair of fine leather braided Reins with fancy engraved silver spacers and a 10” floral tooled popper. Very good condition, would go well with the previous lot.

Foss Brans

LOT 184 Custom made, solid mesquite Saddle Stand, 47 1/2” T x 30 1/2” L x 17 1/2” W, in excellent condition.

Connolly Bros.

LOT 182 Beautiful “Foss Brand” heavily floral tooled, brown Saddle in extremely fine high condition, 15” seat, 3 1/2” cantle with engraved silver conchos, 2” silver concho with raised silver horse head on saddle horn. Saddle is mounted with matching 21” highly tooled monkey faced tapederos. Cantle has silver engraved name plate with the initials “G.J.M”. This Saddle has had exceptional care taken. John Foss began his leather work in Calgary, Canada as a youth with the Great West Saddlery Company, then went to work for Riley & McCormick Ltd. in 1901. Saddle making has changed a great deal thru the years during John Foss’s career but saddle fanciers still like the glamour saddles and Mr. Foss obliged them. He made the trophy saddles for the Cowboy’s Protective Association.

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LOT 185 Fine pair of vintage, two-tone, Bat Wing Chaps, marked “Connolly Bros., Billings, Mont.”. Chaps have engraved silver conchos lining the outside border of these chaps with four engraved silver conchos with latigo strings, very desirable inside pockets with floral tooled belt. Very good condition for their age. Great maker mark!

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LOT 186 Beautiful table model, single door Showcase with drawered base, made by J.W. Winchester. Showcase is made from matched solid quilted / curly maple, 50” T x 25” W x 17” D, with adjustable shelves. Extremely fine finish & condition with great eye appeal. Locking door and drawer, sold with key.

LOT 187 Scarce antique, large frame Colt Lightning Slide Action Rifle, .40/60/260 EXP caliber, SN 6490, grey to brown aged finish, 27” octagon barrel, some remaining finish on forend and stock, good action, bore is fair. NOTE: A couple of rough screw heads on either side of the receiver.

LOT 188 Small frame Colt Lightning, Slide Action Rifle, .22 caliber, SN 80114, blue finish, 22 1/2” octagon barrel, retains much finish on stock, replaced forend, good action, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 189 Incredible pair of double mounted Spurs by noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower, truly works of art. Spurs have engraved silver overlay long horn steer on one heel band, engraved overlay with concho and mother of pearl center on the opposite heel band. Fancy chap guards and 3” multi-point rowels. Fitted with a pair of floral tooled twopiece Straps marked “G.R. Andress, Maker, Cody, Wyo.” Straps are fitted with raised hand engraved 2 1/4” conchos with long horn steer center and fancy “L&M” marked buckles. Lytle & Mower

LOT 190 Most unusual pair of double mounted Spurs by noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower, hand engraved, heavy silver overlay cow with calf on one heel band, stair step diamonds fully engraved on opposite heel band. This fine pair of spurs are mounted with a beautiful pair of heavy floral two-piece Straps, marked “G.R. Andress, Maker, Cody, Wyo.” Straps are mounted with domed 2” conchos and fitted with a pair of “L&M” marked hand engraved buckles.

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LOT 191 Most unique pair of hand engraved, full silver overlaid double mounted Spurs by noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower, 2 1/2” multi-point rowels with unusual chap guards, with domed conchos on heel bands, etched swing buttons. Spurs are mounted with a pair of heavy tooled two-piece Straps, with 1 7/8” engraved raised concho with silver diamond. Fitted with a pair of “L&M” marked engraved buckles. Lytle & Mower

LOT 192 A one of a kind pair of double mounted, heavy silver engraved overlaid Spurs by noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower with unique double rowels and sun burst pattern on heel bands, beautiful swing buttons. This outstanding pair is mounted with “L&M” marked floral two-piece Straps, with matching “L&M” 2” raised conchos and matching “L&M” marked oval hand engraved buckles.

LOT 193 A fine miniature pair of tall top Western Boots marked “Q. Hojom”, 4 3/4” tall and will be accompanied by a miniature three-piece Bit & Spur set by the noted Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker Jerry Wallace in the famous rattlesnake pattern. A real collectors item. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF RODEO BUCKLES. THE NEXT TWO LOTS WILL CONSIST OF 56 FANCY RODEO BUCKLES THAT WILL COVER MANY RODEO EVENTS. THIS GROUP OF BUCKLES WILL SELL AS TWO LOTS OF 28 BUCKLES, 28 X THE BID. EACH LOT HAS A FITTED WOODEN CASE TO ACCOMPANY THESE BUCKLES. THESE LOTS WILL ALSO HAVE A LISTING SHOWING EACH BUCKLE BY THE ROW THAT SHOWS THE MAKER, CONTENTS AND THE EVENT. LOT 194 1st Row (l-r) “2007 STEER WRESTLING” marked “BOB BERG 925-10K” - 4 ½” X 3 ¼”. “NIRA 2001 CHAMPION” marked “MAYNARD” - 4 ¼” x 3 ¼”. “1988 STEER WRESTLING” marked “10K HAND ENGRAVED U.S.A. GIST STERLING OVERLAY” - 4 ¼” x “2012 1st GO ROUND BARRELL RACING” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS” – 4 ½” x 3 ¼”.

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2nd Row (l-r) “2013 CHAMPION BARREL RACER” marked ”Murphy buckles Gist silversmiths made in USA STERLING SILVER OVERLAY 1/10 10K” – 5” X 3 ¾”. “ALL AROUND CHAMPION 1977” marked “GIST SIERRA SILVER” – 5” X 3 ¾”. “2012 2ND GO ROUND BARREL RACING” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS” – 4 ¾” X 3 ¾”. “TOPPENISH POW WOW RODEO TOPPENISH, WA. 1980” marked “NICKEL SILVER hand engraved” - 4 ¼” X 3 ¾”. 3rd Row (l-r) “BUD LIGHT TAHLEQUAH OKLAHOMA BULL RIDING CHAMPIONSHIP 1996” marked “MADE IN U.S.A. hand engraved GIST STERLING 1/1010K” – 4 ½” x 4”. “2006 TEXAS CALF ROPER” marked “HY O SILVER BANDERA, TEXAS” inscribed “C Hyo Silver, MEX.” – 4 ½” x 3 ¼”. “REGION IV BREAKAWAY ROPER 2000”, unmarked - 4 ¼” x 3 ¼”. “1981 P.R.H.C.” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS GERMAN SILVER COLUMBUS, MONT.” 4th Row (l-r) “CRA 1977, RUNNER UP” unmarked, - 4 ¼” x 3 ½”. “CHAMPION BARREL RACER 1975” marked “NELSON SILVIA CO NICKLE HOUSTON” – 4” X 2 ¾”. “STEER WRESTLING 1981” marked “Presented by Loyd’s Boot Barn Kaler, Ky.” – 6” x 4 ½”. “2012 6th Go-Round CHAMPION BARREL RACING” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS GOLD TONE J.B.” - 5” X 3 ¾”. 5th Row (l-r) “TEXAS CIRCUIT 3RD Go Round Champion FINALS” marked “Broken Arrow Silver” – 4 ¾” x 3 ¾”. “WPRA circuit Finals 2014 TEXAS” marked “TRES RIOS SILVER” – 4 ¾” X 3 ½’. “BARREL RACER RUNNER-UP 1982” marked “GIST / SIERRA SILVER / 1/1010K / HAND ENGRAVED / U.S.A.” - 4 ¾” x 3 ½”. “REGION IV 2007 ALL ROUND COWBOY” marked “ED BLUFF BUCKLE” - 4 ½” X 3 ½”. 6th Row (l-r) “TEXAS 2006 STEER WRESTER” marked “HY O SILVER BANDERA, TEXAS” inscribed “C Hyo Silver. MEX.” - 4 ½” X3 ½”. “T.Q.H.A. RODEO DENISON, TX. 1981” marked “COMSTOCK GERMAN SILVER SILVERSMITHS” 4 ½” X 3 ½”. “CHAMPION 2012 BARREL RACING” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS GOLD TONE J.B.” - 5” X 3 ¾”. “CENTRAL RODEO ASSN. 1982 RUNNER-UP” marked “GIST SIERRA SILVER HAND ENGRAVED U.S.A. 1/1010K” - 4 ¾” X 3 ½”. 7TH Row (l-r) “LSHSRA CHAMPION BARRELL RACER 1977” marked “GIST SIERRA SLIVER” - 5” X 3 ¾”. “WORLD CLASS RODEO 2002 TEAM ROPER” marked “MEX. Hy O Silver .925” - 5” x 3 ¾”.

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LOT 195 Buckles Case 2 1ST Row (l-r) “TEXAS CURCUIT FINALS Champion 3rd Go 1998 WACO, TEXAS” marked “Broken Arrow Silver Company Nickle Silver Base”. “TEXAS RODEO COWBOY HALL OF Champion FAME 2016 Golf Tournament” marked “TRES RIOS SILVER” - 4 ½” X 2 ½”. “EARL ANDERSON 2012 MEMORIAL RODEO” marked “HAND ENGRAVED R&R BUCKLES NICKEL SILVER” - 3 ¾” x 3”. “STEER WRESTLING “75” GALLUP N MEX” marked “BLUE RIBBON MEX. TROPHIES STERLING” – 3 ½” X 2 ½”. 2ND Row (l-r) “THSRA 1st GO ROUND 2007 STEER WRESTLING” marked “Bob Berg 925-10K” -4 ½” x 3 ¾”. “PRCA TEXAS CIRUIT 99 CHAMPION STEER WRESTLER” marked “AWARD DESIGN MEDALS NOBLE, OKLAHOMA 1/10K GF-STERLINGHAND ENGRAVED” - 4 ¼” X 3 ¼”. “COWBOY CAPITAL Pro Rodeo CHAMPION 2013 BARREL RACING” marked “BOB BERG” – 4 ½” X 3 ¾”. “PRO-YOUTH 2002 3rd RODEO ASSN” marked “MRYNARD” - 4 ½” X 3 ¼”. 3rd Row (l-r) “THSRA 2007 IV BOYS CUTTING CHAMPION” marked “Hy O Silver 2007 MEX.” – 5” X 4”. “ALL AMERICAN PRORODEO FINALS 2016 6TH Go-Round CHAMPION BARRELL RACING PENDERTON WHISKY” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS GOLD TONE/J.B.” - 4 ¾” X 3 ¾”. “50TH 1959-1999 San Antonio STOCK SHOW RODEO” marked “MADE IN OKLAHOMA USA / QUALITY BUCKLES SILVER PLATE AWARD DESIGN MEDALS INC” 4” X 3”. “STEPHENVILLE RODEO CHAMPION 1981” marked “ENGRAVED B-K SILVERSMITHS” - 4” X 3 ¼”. 4TH Row (l-r) “REGION IV RIBBON ROPER 2000” marked “RED BLUFF BUCKLES” – 4 ½” X 3 ¼”. “JACKSON PURCHASE RODEO ALL AROUND COWBOY 1981” marked “Presented by Loyd’s Boot Barn Kaler, Ky.” – 6” x 4 ¾”. “2nd GO ROUND THSRA 2008 STEER WRESTLING” marked “BOB BERG” – 4 ½” X 3 ½”. HORSE HEAD Buckle marked “SILVER OVERLAID MEXICO” – 4” X 3”. 5th Row (l-r) “SPORTSMANSHIP AMERICAN ASSN. OF SHERIFF POSSES AND RIDING CLUBS DISTRICT 23, 1975” marked “COMSTOCK GERMAN SILVER SILVERSMITHS” – 4” X 3 ½”. “THSRA NATIONAL QUALIFIER” marked “BOB BERG 925-1OK.VN” - 5” X 4”. “MESQUITE CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO CHAMPION 1993” marked “STERLING FRONT 1/10 10K GF” – 4” X 3 ½”. “CENTRAL TEXAS FAIR AND RODEO CLIFTON 1981” marked “WIL-AREN ORIGINALS, INC. AT BETTER WESTERN STORRES Handmade – U.S.A.” – 5” X 3 ½”. 6TH Row (l-r) “PRO FANTASY RODEO PRCA PRORODEO WNFR 2012 LEAGUE CHAMPION” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS” – 5” X 4”. “T.H.S.R.A. 2005 REGION IV RESERVE CHAMPION” marked “ STERLING SILVER OVERLAY HAND ENGRAVED 1/10 10KT GIST” – 4 ¾” X3 ¾”. “THSRA Champion 2008 IV STEER WRESTLER” marked “Bob Berg 925-10K” - 4 ¼” X 3 ¼”. “CHAMPION 2013 REDDING, CA CHAMPIONS CHALLENGE PRCA PRORODOE BARREL RACING” marked MONTANA SILVERSMITHS STERLING OVERLAY COLUMBUS, MONT.” – 4 ½” X 3 ¾”. 7th Row (l-r) “WPRA CIRCUIT FINALS PRCA TEXAS CIRCUIT FINALS RODEO CHAMPION BARREL RACER” marked “MONTANA SILVERSMITHS STERLING OVERLAY COLUMBUS, MONT.” – 5” X 4”. “1st GO ROUND THSTA 2008 STEER WRESTLING” marked “BOB BERG” – 4 ½” X 3 ½”. “PRO-YOUTH ASSOCIATION FINALIST” marked “MAYNARD” – 3 ¾” X 3”. “TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSN 1st GO 2005” marked “GIST” – 4 ½” X 3 ½”.

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LOT 196 Full Box of scarce .50 caliber Cartridges for Spencer Carbine made by Sage Ammunition Works of Middletown, Connecticut. Also known as .56/50 caliber. The box contains 42 cartridges in six separate packages, all complete inside the original box with lid. The label on the lid is nearly complete with very minor damage. Comes in a protective display case and framed description.

ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF TOPPERWEIN ARTIFACTS: LOT 197 Presentation inscribed Winchester, Model 90, Slide Action Rifle, SN 708819 in .22 SHORT caliber. The serial numbers match on the bottom tang and the frame. This rifle has a 24” octagon barrel with a flip up rear leaf and standard blade front sight. There is a Marbles folding tang sight on the rear tang. The rifle is accompanied by a binder of documents that includes a Cody Firearms Museum letter that states that the serial number was applied on September 18, 1925 and no other information is available. The inscription on the right side of the frame reads “SPECIALLY SIGHTED FOR/JACK MARKS BY AD TOEPPERWEIN/CHAMPION OF THE WORLD/1926”. Among the included documents is a biography of sharpshooters Ad (1869-1962) & Plinky (Mae) Toepperwein and a short biography on Jack Marks who was a famous Canadian Hockey Player from 1906-1920, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 198 Antique Colt, SAA Revolver, condemned Cavalry, SN 60428, manufactured in 1880. This scarce Colt Single Action Army Revolver was originally intended to be part of a shipment to the U.S. Army but failed an inspection prior to its final acceptance. These revolvers that failed inspection were turned over to be sold as civilian guns and a sideways “C” was stamped just above the serial number and inspector’s initials on the bottom of the frame. These condemned guns represent a collecting field of their own. The serial numbers match on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap with the last four digits on the cylinder. The .45 CAL caliber markings is correctly stamped on the front, left trigger guard bow. The barrel is 7 1/2” with a light but readable address. The patent dates on the frame are clear and readable. The original walnut grips have a very well done repair made during its original period of use. The hammer and trigger are a later replacement. There are traces of original blue remaining.

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LOT 199 A pair of Wild West Ladies Gaucho Pants, circa 1900-1920s, type ladies wore in the rodeos of the wild west period. Leather is supple with outside pockets. In good condition with the exception of two missing buttons and some fringe loss. VOGT

LOT 200 Santa Barbara Style “Vogt” marked, silver mounted Bit, with full inlaid and engraved cheek piece, 1 3/4” raised engraved conchos. LOT 201 Showy pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker Jerry Wallace, in galleg pattern, with hand engraved silver overlay, domed oval bucking horse conchos on heel bands, 2 1/4” multi-point rowels. Spurs are mounted with fancy spotted twopiece Straps marked “R. Scribner, Madill, OK.”, mounted with hand engraved domed Wallace conchos and matching “Wallace” marked buckles & keepers. Jerry Wallace was a recipient of the prestigious Adolph Bayers Award for Spur Maker of the Year, 2011.

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Bill Adamson

Louis Bryant

LOT 202 Pair of single mounted, double marked silver overlay Spurs by noted Colorado Bit and Spur Maker Bill Adamson in the card suit pattern, marked “Adamson” and the Adamson Brand. Note: Four Leaf Clover Swing Buttons. These Spurs are fitted with a pair of floral two-piece Straps with fancy oval buckles.

LOT 203 A fine pair of double mounted Spurs by the noted Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker the late Louis Bryant (1918-2000), in the Roy Quick pattern, 1 1/4” heel band overlaid and engraved with silver, 2 1/4” multi-point rowels and etched swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of fancy two-piece Straps.

Jerry Cates

Louis Bryant

LOT 204 A unique pair of double mounted Spurs by the noted Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker the late Louis Bryant in the Bianchi Style with bottle opener shanks. Hand engraved silver overlay on heel bands with fixed etched buttons. Mounted with a pair of vintage two-piece basket weave Straps.

LOT 205 A fine pair of double mounted, hand engraved silver overlay Spurs by the noted Amarillo, Texas Bit and Spur Maker, the late Jerry Cates (1938-2011), # 3879, etched swing buttons, mounted with fancy two-piece floral Straps.

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Walt Rambo (1934-2017)

LOT 206 A beautiful Three Piece Bit and Spur Set by noted Oklahoma / Texas Bit and Spur Maker the late Walt Rambo (19342017), Spurs are single mounted, hand engraved silver overlay in gal-leg pattern with copper garter and unique windmill style rowels, appear to be in unused condition. Spurs are mounted with a pair of two-piece floral Straps. Accompanied by a matching iron Bit in the matching gal-leg pattern on cheek piece. LOT 207 This lot consists of two Books titled: (1) “BITS & SPURS Motifs, Techniques and Modern Makers”, by Ned and Jody Martin, book is in great condition with original dust jacket. (2) “J.R. McChesney A Lifetime A Legacy” by Lee C. Jacobs, autographed by Lee C. Jacobs, 661 of 1500. Book is in great condition with original dust jacket. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. Harry Jackson (1924-2011)

LOT 208 Original Bronze Sculpture by noted American Artist Harry Jackson (1924-2011), titled “Ol’ Sabertooth”, #80 of 250. Mounted on heavy wooden base that measures 5 3/4” Sq., overall height 13 3/4”.

LOT 209 Matched pair of custom made Pistol Lamps, (table lamps), made from “Uberti” marked .44 caliber, black powder, SA Revolvers, mounted on three iron horse shoes, accented with a pair of heavy iron Mexican Spurs. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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LOT 210 A pair of early iron Mexican Spurs with silver inlaid and overlay on heel bands, with tapered heel bands and drop shanks that also have silver inlay. Mounted with vintage two-piece leather Straps (fragile).

LOT 211 A pair of early Spanish single mounted Spurs with silver inlay on shanks and heel bands, circa late 1800s, drop shanks, large multi-point rowels with original chains and jingle bobs.

LOT 212 Pair of early Mexican Spurs, late 1800s, double mounted with silver inlay, heavy drop shanks, 3 5/8” multi-point rowels, complete with original chains.

LOT 213 This lot consists of two Spanish iron Bits with silver overlay: (1) A Globe Style Bit with incredible inlay and workmanship. (2) Bit has intricate inlay on cheek piece with small engraved raised Mexican coin conchos as center piece. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 214 Early tin Mexican Canteen with embossed snake and eagle motif, 7” diameter, carries much age, soft rawhide strap has been with canteen for many years.

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LOT 215 PANCHO VILLA DEATH MASK: El Paso listed artist William J. Rakocy, circa late 1970s early 1980s, reverse plaster casting of the Pancho Villa Death Mask from one of the three originals cast in Parral, Mexico shortly after Villas death in 1923. The original this casting was cast from had been given to the Radford School for Girls in El Paso, Texas by Otto Norwald in the early 20th century. Otto Norwald’s daughter Ruth was attending the school at the time. The mask was discovered in the Radford School Archives in 1978 by Steven Beck, an art teacher at the school. El Paso Artist, William J. Rakocy made this casting of the original while it was on loan to the El Paso Museum of Art in the 1980s. William Rakocy was curator of the El Paso Museum of Art (1971-1988), during the time the Pancho Villa Mask was on loan to it. The mask is inscribed on the back “Villa Mask No. 4 / Killed July 20, 1923 / B. Rakocy Mar. 10”. William Rakocy crafted five copies of the original Mask. Shortly after the original mask was discovered at the Radford School, the Mexican government and press demanded its return. The mask was returned with much fanfare in March of 1984. After its return to Mexico, the Radford School death mask was last reported on display at the Museo Historico de la Revolucion in Chihuahua, Mexico. The discovery of the Pancho Villa Mask at the Radford School and its return is documented in a September 2, 1984 New York Times article “Pancho Villa’s Death Mask Crosses the Border Again.” Accompanying this Death Mask is a binder with much documentation concerning the Mask; A letter from Gloria Rakocy, the wife of William Rakocy. A letter from Denell E. Ariett, photographs and other information. Provenance: Authenticated as being crafted by William J. Rakocy from the original by his wife Gloria C. Rakocy in a letter dated August 22, 2017. LOT 216 Beautiful framed Canvas Transfer, scene of a deep valley in the Rocky mountains, a breathtaking view of a river flowing through the valley with large bear at lower left, note the beautiful waterfall in the background. Beautiful gold shadow box gallery frame measures 33 1/4” x 39 1/2”.

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LOT 217 Antique four piece porcelain French Figural Clock, possibly Dresden with crossed swords markings. This two-piece clock measures 29” T, clock can be lifted off the footed base. This beautiful clock is decorated with eight figures and is fitted with a spring wound movement that is time only. Top figure is removable for transportation. Clock is accompanied by a matched pair of Urns that are 11 1/2” T, with removable stoppers. The Clock, Base and Urns have some minor age chipping with one repair to a hand on one of the figures, however nothing to detract from the beauty of the Clock Set. As always estate clocks are sold as is.

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LOT 218 Fine antique Dore Bronze and marble Mantle Clock, porcelain dial marked “Prize Medal 1851 / MIROY FRIES BREVETS LONDON”. Clock has an eight day time and strike movement, measures 24” to top of the lantern, 14” W x 6 /2” D. Sold with pendulum and key. As always estate clocks are sold as is.

LOT 219 Ornate Bronze oval Center piece stand with lion heads on either end, 22” oval, supported by figural man and woman on ornate footed base, rich bronze patina, great eye appeal.

LOT 220 Antique Gustav Becker Mantle Clock, circa 1875. This clock is an all original eight day-time and strike movement of high quality with beautiful open face dial, built in the Lenkirsch style. Wooden case trimmed in all original bronze casting with gilt finish. Gustav Becker was famous for their quality German Clocks. Clock measures 21 1/2” T x 11 1/4” W x 6 3/4” D. This clock is rare and has the original pendulum and key. What an incredible style! As always estate clocks are sold as is.

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LOT 221 Antique Ansonia Figural Swing Clock of the “HUNTRESS”, complete with key, 24 1/2” tall, in original patina, circa 1900. As always estate clocks are sold as is.


LOT 222 Beautiful, vintage, solid Mahogany Console Table with fancy drawered skirt, highly carved and graceful stretcher. Beautiful finish and condition, 5 ft. 6” L x 22” D x 29 1/2” T. Top has minor use marks, otherwise good finish and condition. LOT 223 Outstanding vintage leaded and stained glass Floor Lamp with beautiful bronze footed base. Lamp is attributed to Duffner and Kimberly, 28 1/2” leaded shade showing a few normal minor heat cracks. Lamp stands 70” tall with ornate 15” square bronze base

LOT 225 Beautiful antique Table Lamp with center piece of cased white cut to green emerald glass, supported by three full bodied Rams. Base is marble and Dore Bronze, 37” tall x 11” scalloped base. Has been professionally rewired and needs the shade of your choice. LOT 224 Antique oak and gilt beveled glass Hanging Mirror, circa 1900-1920, in original finish, excellent condition.

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LOT 226 Large Bronze Sculpture, a replica of one of Remington’s famous Bronzes titled “Coming Through the Rye”, marked “Frederic Remington” This action bronze is mounted on a green granite base and measures 28” T x 24” W x 26” D. Very good detail with rich bronze patina.

LOT 227 Beautiful antique oak Bronze Stand, circa 1900, with carving all around and is designed to be the centerpiece of your room. Excellent finish and condition with polished granite top. Stand measures 32” T x 42” W x 30” D. NOTE: Really fits the previous Bronze very well!

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LOT 228 Cased Colt, Texas Ranger Single Action Revolver in pristine, unfired condition in its original wood and glass Showcase. Revolver is a .45 caliber, SN 530TR, blue finish with case color frame, 7 1/2” barrel, rosewood grips with 5-point circle star inlaid in rosewood stock. Accompanying this revolver is a Texas Ranger Badge in Lucite, and the hair on hide book titled “A Pictorial History of the Texas Rangers”, number 530 that matches the serial number of the revolver. Inside front cover is a photograph of Texas Ranger Bob Doherty, Co. B and a newspaper clipping showing photo and write up of Ranger Doherty being fatally shot (Feb. 3, 1978) while assisting a DPS undercover officer in a drug arrest. Ranger Doherty is believed to be the first Texas Ranger to die in the line of duty since 1917.

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LOT 228A E.W. Thistlethwaite framed Western Print, titled “Siesta Time”, 11” x 14”, signed by approximately 90 Texas Rangers and the companies they served with. Many of the Rangers who signed this print are no longer with us, many you will recognize. This print is very scarce and is one of a kind. Double glass side frame measures 20” x 24”. Print will be accompanied by a folder containing six 8” x 11” photographs of Rangers with their names, company and area they served. LOT 229 Winchester, Pre-64, Standard Carbine, .30/30 caliber, SN 2004104, manufactured 1954, has special markings on left side of the receiver “D.P.S. 25681” with steel shotgun butt plate marked “4B”, 20” barrel. The barrel tube and bolt retains most original finish with a few blemishes. The receiver retains much of its original finish with some edge wear and some scratching on left side. Stock and forearm retains much of its original finish with normal handling wear. This carbine will be accompanied by a heavily tooled leather Scabbard that appears to have been with this carbine for many years, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 230 Boxed Winchester, Texas Ranger Commemorative, Saddle Ring Carbine, Model 94, .30/30 caliber, SN RA215, 20” round barrel, blue finish with circle star Badge inlaid in stock commemorating “1823-1973”. In pristine unfired condition, in its original picture box, box is fragile, used. (MODERN)

LOT 231 Book titled “TEXAS RANGERS Sesquicentennial Anniversary 1823-1973 Pictorial Edition”. The first paragraph in the Foreword of this book written by Gov. Dolph Briscoe says it all. “It is appropriate and in the finest Texas tradition that the year 1973- the Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the Texas Rangers-brought to fruition the dream of many Texas citizens that Texas have a permanent home to honor the first Law Men of the Lone Star State. Located beside the Homer Garrison Museum at Fort Fisher in Waco, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame is destined to inspire young and old alike, over the years to come. It was my privilege to participate in the ground breaking ceremonies for the Hall of Fame and it is also a great pleasure to present the foreword in this Texas Rangers Sesquicentennial Anniversary Pictorial Book”. This book contains photographs of Texas Rangers from their beginning to our modern day Rangers. Also autographs of many of the people present at this sesquicentennial celebration. Signatures of Clint Peoples, Lynn Wallace the grandson of John (Big Foot) Wallace, Bill Baten, Gaines de Graffenreid, Bill Gunn, Rex Cauble, Clint Walker, Chill Wills and many more.

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LOT 232 Winchester, Model 95, Lever Action Rifle, .30 U.S. caliber, SN 63672, blue finish, 27” barrel, good bore, overall good condition, minor carry marks, used. The Winchester Model 95s were favored and carried by the Texas Rangers. (MODERN)

LOT 232A Two Folders titled “TEXAS RANGERS HALL OF FAME / SERIES 1 & SERIES 2”. These folders contain 12 each, totaling 24 Tokens. These Bronze Tokens commemorating the Texas Rangers, in original cases with original paperwork naming the Ranger represented. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 233 This lot consists of three Books, one Magazine and one Poster (5 items in total). (1) The book titled “One Ranger A Memoir”, by H. Joaquin Jackson with David Marion Wilkinson, autographed by H. Joaquin Jackson, (05/01/05). (2) A Poster of “One Ranger A Memoir”, H. Joaquin Jackson with David Marion Wilkinson, and autographed “H. Joaquin Jackson / Co. “D” Co. “E” / 1966-1993”. (3) The book titled “GLENN ELLIOTT A Ranger’s Ranger”, by Glenn Elliott with Robert Nieman, autographed by Glenn Elliott. (4) The book titled “IN THE LINE OF DUTY REFLECTIONS OF A TEXAS RANGER PRIVATE” by Lewis C. Rigler and Judyth Wagner Rigler, autographed by Lewis Rigler. (5) “Texas Monthly” Magazine” with the story titled “These are not your father’s TEXAS RANGERS”, autographed by “Clete Buckaloo Captain Texas Rangers”. These five items WILL SELL AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 234 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94, Standard Carbine, .30/30 caliber, SN 2239242, manufactured 1957, 20” round barrel, barrel tube and bolt retains majority of its original blue finish. Wood is in very good condition and retains much of its polished finish. Carbine shows very light handling marks. Steel butt plate in excellent condition. Action and bore is excellent, used. (MODERN)

LOT 235 Winchester, Pre-64, Model 94, Standard Carbine, .30/30 caliber, SN 1868657, manufactured 1951, 20” round barrel. Barrel tube and bolt retain much of its original finish showing mixed brown on tube, wood is in very good condition with very minor handling marks. Steel butt plate, action and bore are excellent, used. (MODERN)

LOT 236 A Collection of 20 Law Enforcement Badges. None of these are original badges, they are strictly for display only, in wooden and glass display case. WILL BE SOLD AS A COLLECTION.

LOT 236 Framed Poster of Law Enforcement Badges titled “A TRIBUTE TO THE TEXAS LAWMAN / IN COMMEMORATION OF THE TEXAS 1986 SESQUICENTENNIAL”. With signatures of 11 Law Men to include Col. Jim Adams, Director DPS; Capt. Dan North , Co. “A”; Capt. G.H. Burks, Co. “B”; Capt. Bob Mitchell, Co. “F” and more. Frame measures 18” x 36”.

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LOT 237 Most unusual Coffin Style, all beveled glass, double door, counter top Showcase, made of German silver, circa 1900-1910, label reads “The Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., New York”. Showcase measures 35” L x 22” T x 17 3/4” W. Locking doors on either side. Extremely high quality Showcase. Originally from the late avid Texas Collector C.W. Lyle Estate.

LOT 238 Outstanding Navajo “Long Horn Steers & Barb Wire” Pictorial Rug, circa 1930. This large Navajo weaving has it all-artistry, color and condition. It is a spectacular and vibrant 90 year old Pictorial with Long Horn Steer heads including two center ones with burnt orange heads and blue curving horns. Additionally, corner designs and serrated border mimic barbed wire. Lots of exceptional variegated and luxurious handspun wool. All in all an American Folk Art gem. Measures 47” x 81”.

LOT 239 Navajo Bisti / Teec Nos Pos Pictorial Rug, Butterflies & Flowers, circa 19001930. Unique and expertly woven Navajo Rug from the highly sought out area of Bisti / Teec Navajo land. The variegated brown background creates beautiful bands trisecting the rug into classic 3-zones. Many people have never heard of a Bisti Rug and if they’ve seen one, they may not have recognized it. The name Bisti comes from the region where the rugs were woven and refers to an area that runs south from Farmington, New Mexico towards Chaco Canyon and Crownpoint, New Mexico. The western boundary is probably Hwy 491. Bisti means badlands in Navajo and when the Navajo s call something a badland, they’re not kidding around. Although it is not an easy area to live in, there are some Navajo people who make their homes there and the weavers have developed two related weaving styles, namely the Bisti Rug and the Burnham Rug. This beautiful rug measures 35” x 58”.

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LOT 240 “Custer, Prominent Military Structures, and the Men Who Fought the Sioux Wars”, a Portfolio of images created by Photographer D.F. Barry. Each image in this Portfolio was contact printed using the original glass plate negative from the David Francis Barry Negative Collection acquired by the Denver Public Library, Western History Department in 1934. These 15 beautiful and very detailed Photographic Prints are archived and matted in a 17” x 22” protective Portfolio. This group of images was originally assembled for this Portfolio in 1982 by Paul H. Harbaugh and the Denver Public Library History Department. Portfolio is #57 / 150.

LOT 241 Silver & Turquoise Squash Blossom with silver Navajo Pearl Necklace, ten tulips inlaid with turquoise stones and Naja Pendant that has seven inset turquoise stones.

LOT 242 Silver, Turquoise and Coral Squash Blossom with 12 tulips inlaid with turquoise and coral stones, Naja Pendant that has 12 pieces of coral and turquoise inset, double strand silver Navajo Pearl Necklace.

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LOT 243 Silver and Turquoise Squash Blossom with Naja Pendant, 12 silver tulips, double strand silver Navajo Pearl Necklace.

LOT 244 Large Navajo Rug, 65” W x 77” L, showing nice lazy lines with cross and arrow design. Attached photograph label marked “J B Moore Crystal”. Rug shows light bleed with a couple of repairs at border. Very unusual geometric design.

LOT 245 An original antique Navajo Rug, circa 1915, with attached photograph label marked “J B Moore Crystal, rug measures 51” x 77”, very unique geometric designs, showing nice lazy lines. Some light bleed, nice early rug.

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LOT 246 Fine authentic room size Navajo Rug with corn pattern in a gold, white and black background. It takes a weaver years to complete a weaving of this quality and size. Rug measures 15 ft. 7” L x 8 ft. 4” W, very good condition, extremely hard to find rugs of this size and quality.

LOT 247 Bronze Sculpture marked “Frederic Remington / Copyright 1908”, titled “The Savage”, Bronze Label on front “Frederic Remington 1861-1909”. On lower portion of bronze on right side is marked “Roman Bronze Works N.Y.” Exceptional quality and detail, not to be confused with the later copy bronzes. Bronze measures 12 1/2” T x 5 1/2” marble base. According to Auction News Articles.Net “This is important to know because all of Remington’s original sculptures had the foundry mark permanently on them. Remington used the two foundries “Henry-Bonnard Bronze Co.” & “Roman Bronze Works”. LOT 248 Vintage Book titled “Remington’s Frontier Sketches” by Frederic Remington, “Publishers: The Werner Company / Chicago / Akron, O. / New York”, “Copyrighted, 1898, by The Werner Company”. Contents of this book are 15 of Remington’s Sketches that includes “Pursuing Geronimo”, “Surrender of Chief Joseph”, “Attacking the Indian Chief Crazy Horse” to mention a few. The book is in very good condition for its age with some age spotting on front and back covers, some wear at the spine and edges. The protective sheets between each sketch also have some spotting, sketches themselves have light to no spotting.

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LOT 249 Silver and Turquoise Squash Blossom with Naja Pendant, 10 silver tulips, double strand silver Navajo Pearl Necklace. LOT 250 An antique wrought iron and brass Table Lamp with original 10” cased glass Shade in Indian motif, 26” T x 12” base, circa 1890. Lamp was originally in kerosene but has been professionally converted to electricity.

LOT 251 Beautiful Silver & Turquoise Squash Blossom with sterling feather drops, double strand silver Navajo Pearl Necklace. Accompanied by a matching silver & turquoise Cuff. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 252 Beautiful mans Sterling & Turquoise Watch Cuff, maker marked “Allen Chee”, with large grizzly bear and foliage motif on each side.

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LOT 253 High Standard, Supermatic Citation, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN ML38568, blue finish, 7 1/4” fluted barrel, adjustable rear sight, retains majority of original finish, with some spotting, original checkered thumb rest grips, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 254 High Standard, Supermatic Tournament, Model 106 Military, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 1837064, blue finish, 5 1/2” barrel, retains majority of original finish with some spotting, original thumb rest checkered grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 257 Vintage, cased two-piece Carving Set with (believed to be) Walrus Tusk handles. Master Knife measures 13 3/4” overall with Fork measuring 12 1/4” overall length. Blade and Case are marked “Mappin & Webb / Trustworthy / Sheffield.”

LOT 255 High Standard, Supermatic Tournament, Model 104, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, mixed SN 1064764 on frame, SN 1361451 on slide, 5 1/2” barrel, overall finish is very good with thinning on barrel and some edge wear. Checkered thumb rest grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 256 Walther, Model PPK, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 caliber, SN 197987K, blue finish, 3 1/4” barrel, slide is marked “S.A. 1939”, original grips with German eagle on Swastika on left grip, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 258 Incredible museum quality, early hand made Ship, incredible detail, measures 6 ft. 7” L x 4 ft. 9” T x 16” W., brass label marked “Superbe”, modeled after the famous French Navy Vessel used in the French Navy of 1784, that was launched November 11, 1784 and sunk January 30, 1795. The ship was a Temeraire-Class 74- gun ship of the line of the French Navy. Unbelievable workmanship, with approximately 50 cannons, accompanied by a wooden stand.

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LOT 259 Rare, antique Pieper Volley Gun, sevenshot Falling Block Rifle, .32 rimfire caliber, SN 214, manufactured in the 1880s, with a 25 1/2” round, seven shot barrel. There is no provision for a rear sight. The front sight is a silver bead on a blade. Left side of the barrel is stamped with Belgian black powder proofs. The serial number is on the bottom of the lower tang. The falling block action is oversized with an extremely strong spring to provide enough force to fire all seven shots at one time. There is a spacer that is used to hold all seven cartridges for loading and extraction. The pistol grip, checkered, wood butt stock is in very good condition with nice figuring in the wood. The forend is also checkered and in good condition. The bores, although dirty, appear to be in good condition. There is a ding on top of the barrel. The action appears to function properly although care must be taken during operation to prevent losing the cartridge insert. These Volley Guns were primarily used on the early battleships because they could expel many shots at one time, hence the name Volley.

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LOT 260 Large Gauge Prototype Steam Engine with Tinder / Coal Car, extremely detailed as if it were a real train. Brass label on either side is marked “E.P. & S.W.”, the engine is 27” L x 12” T x 7” W, Coal Tinder is 7 1/2” L x 8” T x 6 1/2” W. Mounted on a set of metal tracks, tracks are mounted on a wooden stand. Impossible to explain the detail in this Engine, you have to see to believe. Actual Engine and Tinder is nearly 4 ft. long and weighs 50-60 pounds.

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ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF EARLY CAST IRON & METAL SPITTOONS & BOOT JACKS. LOT 261 Ornate antique and very desirable cast iron Turtle Spittoon with mechanical shell, attributed to Bradley & Hubbard Co., circa 1890-1910. Spittoon has #3612 on bottom and measures 11” L x 9” W, with original cast iron spit tray.

LOT 262 Heavy antique cast iron mechanical Turtle Spittoon with heavily embossed shell and body, original cast iron spit tray with porcelain liner. This is the first of its type to surface in years, way above average, measures 12” W x 14” L.

LOT 263 Antique cast iron Turtle Spittoon with embossed tin, mechanical shell, original two-piece spit tray. This model is marked “Golden Novelty Co., Chicago, ILL.”, measures 10 1/2” W x 14” L.

LOT 264 Collection of three early antique cast iron Boot Jacks to include left to right: (1) Tobacco advertisement “Use Musselman’s Boot Jack Plug Tobacco”, with embossed floral surface, measures 9 1/2” x 3 1/2”. (2) Smaller cast iron Boot Jack, lighter weight, measures 9” x 3 1/2”. (3) Extremely heavy footed cast iron Boot Jack with embossed Fleur di Lis design, measures 10” x 3 3/4”. WILL BE SOLD 3 X THE BID.

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LOT 265 Antique, solid cast iron Fire Insurance Marker with embossed fire plug and hose with large initials “F.A.”, oval shaped measuring 11” L x 7” W. Scarce and hard to find! Fire Insurance Markers are metal plaques marked with the emblem of the insurance company which were affixed to the front of insured buildings as a guide to the insurance company’s fire brigade. These identification marks were used in the 18th and 19th century in the days before municipal fire services were formed. The UK markers are called “Fire Insurance Plaques”. The first to use the markers was the Sun Fire Office which was established in 1710. Some period specimens remain on historical buildings in the older areas of Britain’s and America’s cities and larger towns. LOT 266 Early and very collectible cast iron Boot Scraper from the antebellum era, with a scalloped oval shaped mud tray, black banjo player at crest. Brushes are not perfect but are in good condition. Overall very good condition for its age. Scraper measures 11 1/2” L x 9 3/4” W x 12” T.

ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF WELLS FARGO ARTIFACTS.

LOT 267 Wells Fargo & Company shipped, factory engraved Colt New Army Revolver, SN 266491. Confirmed by the accompanying Colt Archive Letter, this is a 6-shot, .38/c caliber with a 4 1/2” barrel, blue finish, stocks not listed. The letter indicates that the revolver was factory engraved with “W.F. & Co.” on the butt of the revolver. It was shipped to Wells Fargo & Company, c/o W.M. Ashton in New York on September 29, 1906 along with 18 total guns in the shipment. The revolver has a high percentage of original blue remaining with some loss on the cylinder and sides of the barrel. The frame retains most of the original blue finish. The back and top of the hammer along with the trigger retain most of their original fire blue finish. The serial number is marked on the butt and assembly number “1648” is marked on the frame cutout, crane and cylinder latch. The grips are proper to the period. The 3-line barrel address and caliber markings are clear and readable. The action functions properly, the bore is excellent. W.M. Ashton of Omaha, Nebraska was Purchase Agent for the express company’s New York Depot from 1888-1910, used. Revolver will be sold with Factory Letter. (MODERN)

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LOT 268 Wells Fargo & Company shipped, factory engraved Colt Police Positive Special Revolver, SN 64378. Confirmed by the accompanying Colt Archive Letter, this is a 6-shot, .38/c caliber with a 4” barrel, blue finish, stocks not listed. The letter indicates that the revolver was factory engraved with “W.F. & Co.” on the butt of the revolver. It was shipped to Wells Fargo & Company, c/o W.M. Ashton in New York on September 14, 1912 along with 60 total guns in the shipment. The revolver has nearly all of its original blue finish remaining with very minor loss on the cylinder and sides of the barrel. The frame retains virtually all of the original blue finish. The back and top of the hammer along with the trigger retain nearly all of their original fire blue finish. The serial number is marked on the frame cutout and crane. The original grips are in excellent condition and fit properly. The 2-line barrel address and caliber markings are strong. The action functions properly with tight lock up and the bore is excellent, used. Sold with factory letter. (MODERN)

LOT 269 Rare & authentic Wanted Poster for one of the most notorious gangsters of our time John Herbert Dillinger (1903-1934), leader of the Dillinger Gang during the Great Depression. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, escaped from prison several times and was killed by FBI agents coming out of the Biograph Theater in Chicago. Poster is dated at lower left June 23, 1934 and marked on right “John Edgar Hoover, Director / Division Of Investigation / United States Department Of Justice / Washington, D.C.” Poster is very legible, showing fold and yellow aging, in protective Plexiglas, measures 9” x 16”.

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LOT 270 Fiddle Cased, early cut down double barrel, rabbit ear Shotgun, SN 28058, 18 3/8” barrel, 27” overall length with leather wrapped pistol grip and leather shoulder sling, no manufacture mark, functions properly, good shiny bore. Will be accompanied by a wooden hinged, fitted fiddle case, leather shotgun shell belt, a pair of home made lead “Knucks”, and a vintage oval tin tobacco box. Shotgun shells shown in this case are for display only, NOT PART OF THIS LOT.

LOT 271 Original “Wells Fargo & Co.” marked Stage Coach Treasure Box. Historic green Treasure Boxes that Wells Fargo used to transport coins and bullion over California’s stage coach routes. Treasure Box measures 13 3/4” W x 29 3/4” L x 12 3/8” T, with metal wrapped corners and heavy iron handles. Inside box is a silver medallion stamped “PROPERTY OF W.F. & CO. STAGE DEPOT”, also marked inside the lid “MANUF. BY J.Y. AYERS & COMPY., SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, NO. 437”. Contents of this box include a yellowed Wells Fargo & Co. Express blank receipt, and three early canvas coin bags marked “Wells Fargo & Co., Express”. Accompanying this Treasure Box is a book titled “Wells Fargo Detective” by Richard Dillon, with “Jas. B. Hume, Special Officer Wells Fargo & Co.” in gold lettering on front cover. NOTE: Pictures in center of book shows a photograph of a Wells Fargo Treasure Chest with mascot Jack. ALL ITEMS WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 272 A fine antique Coach Gun made by Richards, 2 1/2” chambers 12 ga., double barrel, rabbit ear Shotgun, 98% original finish with 19” twist steel barrels and very desirable Jones under lever opener, excellent wood, overall one of the nicest Coach Guns to surface in years. LOT 273 Scarce Boxed Silver Medallion commemorating Wells Fargo & Company, March 18, 1852-March 18, 1902. One side shows stage coach, cowboy and Indian, opposite side shows rail road engine, ships, and all means of transportation Wells Fargo used, coin measures 1 1/2” diameter, 1/8” thick, in original fitted box. These medallions are rarely found in their original fitted “Wells Fargo & Co., marked case.

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LOT 274 Authentic “Sterling” marked “WELLS FARGO EXPRESS CO. / SPECIAL AGENT”, shield Badge with eagle crest, 2” T x 1 1/2” W, correct pin, untouched condition.

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LOT 275 Five point star / circle Badge with raised center “TARRANT COUNTY / DEPUTY SHERIFF / TEXAS”, shows some wear to front, correct pin. Tarrant County includes Ft. Worth and other cities.

LOT 276 Cast Iron Strong Box with cast iron handles, 7 1/2” T x 13” L x 9” W, appears to be in original paint with stencil “W.F. & Co.”, very heavy Strong Box with front left corner missing from lid. Accompanied by a copy of a letter giving the existence of the Wells Fargo & Co. and a Freight-Way Bill dated 1911.

LOT 277 Antique Frank Wesson, two trigger Rifle, #29, Third Type manufactured 1872-1888. The serial number appears to be 29, marked on the bottom of the trigger guard. The front trigger is used to open the rifle by tilting the barrel forward while in half cock. The 28” barrel is chambered for a .44 caliber cartridge. The patented hammer is designed to work with either rimfire or centerfire cartridges. The barrel marking is faint but mostly readable. The action functions properly and the bore is good. The rear sight is a fixed v-notch and the front is a dovetail post. The right side of the butt stock has tiny brass tacks placed in the form of diamonds and stars with a partial border. This work is very well done and indicates possible Indian use. The butt plate is crescent steel with one missing screw. There is no remaining finish, mostly brown to grey patina. NOTE Top tang is grooved for a flip up tang sight.

LOT 278 Early Long Leaf Pine Shipping Box with brass corners, retains much of its original stained finish, 8” T x 14” L x 9” W, with Wells Fargo Logo on front.

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LOT 279 Heavy iron Strong Box with iron handles, brass lock with key, early Wells Fargo & Co., shipping label inside, sold with copied document signed by Cecil H. Hart with the history of Wells Fargo, formed in 1852 by Henry Wells and William Fargo. Strong Box measures 15” T x 24” L x 15” W, weighs approximately 70 pounds. LOT 281 Vintage wooden Floor Marker with Wells Fargo stenciling, 36 1/2” T x 13 1/2” wide on wooden footed base.

LOT 280 Miniature die cast of Wells Fargo Overland Stage Coach, complete with luggage and coach guns, 10 1/2” L x 6 3/4” T x 4” W. Sold in a wood and glass showcase. LOT 282 Cased U.S.S. Montague Colt, New Police, 6-shot Revolver, .32 caliber, SN 26870, manufactured 1905, blue finish, pearl stocks, 4” barrel. A unique and scarce Revolver marked on the right side of the frame “ISSUED TO / U.S.S. MONTAGUE”. The action functions properly with a small amount of play. The bore has some moderate roughness. The barrel address and caliber markings are readable. There are small traces of original blue finish remaining. The pearl stocks are in very good condition and are slightly oversized. The revolver comes in an older case that appears to have been made specially for this grouping of Revolver, Holster with Badge and a box of Peters .32 S&W cartridges. The Holster is also marked “ISSUED TO / U.S.S. MONTAGUE” on the back along with the initials “J.D.B.”. The holster has an attachment made specifically for holding the “U.S.S. MONTAGUE / DEPUTY” badge. This grouping is accompanied by some internet research regarding the U.S.S. Montague which was launched in 1945 and decommissioned in 1955. More research should be done to determine if the initials on the holster can be identified and attributed, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 283 Nice antique oak, slant front Country Store Showcase with sliding glass doors. Counter top model, circa 1900-1910, in original turn of the century finish with double sliding glass rear door entry, 24” at base tapering to 14” W at top x 19” T x 59 1/2” L, very good condition.

LOT 285 High condition Colt, Single Action Buntline Scout Revolver, .22 LR caliber, SN 155637F, blue finish, 9 1/2” barrel, with faux stag grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 286 Engraved Remington, Over & Under Derringer, .41 caliber, SN L98443, grey finish, 3” barrel with mother of pearl grips. NOTE: Chip in right grip at lower toe. One line barrel address indicates manufactured 1912-1935. mechanically sound, bore is good, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 284 Fully restored antique Colt, Single Action Revolver. This revolver has had the cylinder and barrel changed to accommodate a .38 SPL caliber. SN 100987, according to the serial number it was manufactured 1893. Plastic Colt checkered grips, 5 1/2” barrel with reblued finish. Excellent condition with light cylinder drag line.

LOT 287 ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF LILLIE LANGTRY “THE JERSEY LILLIE”. This lot consists of the following two items; (1) A vintage Sepia tone Cabinet Card titled “MRS LANGTRY”, 4” x 6 1/4”, in gold frame. (2) Very unique 1900s color print of Lillie Langtry autographed at lower right in gold, actual print measures 8” x 10” with original matte 11 1/2” x 13 1/2”. She was greatly admired by Judge Roy Bean “The Law West of the Pecos”. Mrs. Langtry was born Emilie Charlotte LeBreton, 1853-1929. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 288 Heavy silver Buckle marked on back “Paris-New York-London / Exclusive Model / Copyright 1901 / Made in England / Quezel-Tiffany Studios / New York.” Front of buckle is silhouette of lady titled “Lillie Langtry” Top right corner is dated “1901”, lower left corner “The Jersey Lillie”. Buckle is mounted on a leather floral decorated Belt. Buckle measures 2 1/4” x 3 1/4”. Shows use but is in good condition.

Lytle & Mower

LOT 289 Exceptional and unique pair of double mounted Spurs by the noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower. Spurs have unique hand engraved heel bands lined with engraved silver overlay. NOTE; The workmanship throughout! 2 1/2” multipoint rowels, hand engraved floral fixed buttons and heel chains. Mounted with a pair of “L&M” marked heavy floral two-piece Straps with matching “L&M” marked 2” conchos and hand engraved 2” oval buckles. Here’s a pair of 100% L&M’s! LOT 290 Outstanding pair of double mounted silver overlay, hand engraved Spurs by noted California Bit and Spur Maker Bruce Haener, in the famous rattlesnake pattern, with 2 1/8” silver inlaid rowels, silver spotted chap guards. Spurs are mounted with a pair of two-piece heavy floral tooled Straps with raised engraved 2 1/8” silver conchos. Awesome Spurs by a great spur maker!

Bruce Haener

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LOT 291 Fancy pair of silver inlaid Spurs by noted Melba, Idaho Bit and Spur Maker Gary Keithley, 2 1/4” multi-point rowels with chap guards. One side is silver inlaid with brass spots, opposite heel band is fully engraved in a leaf and floral pattern. Spurs have original heel chains, with matching twopiece Straps with “Keithley” marked diamond shaped buckles and matching 2” raised dome conchos.

Gary Keithley

LOT 293 Hand braided, rawhide Riata, approximately 76 ft. L, with rawhide hondo. Difficult to find in this length.

Don Rogers

LOT 294 Hand braided, rawhide Riata, approximately 60 ft. L, with rawhide hondo.

LOT 292 Large showy pair of double mounted Spurs (#526) by Texas Bit and Spur Maker Don Rogers. Spurs have 1 1/4” heel bands, hand engraved silver with eagle head in center, 2 1/4” multi-point rowels. Fitted with a pair of two-piece spotted basket weave Straps marked “Leddy Foster”.

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LOT 295 Pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Bit and Spur Maker Randy Butters (#992), hand engraved silver and copper overlay on one heel band with long horn steer skull on opposite heel band. Hand engraved silver swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of two-piece steer head leather Straps marked “Bob Marrs / Amarillo, Texas”. Straps are fitted with a pair of “Randy Butters” marked oval silver and copper steer head buckles. Believed to be in unused condition.

Randy Butters

Ray Anderson

LOT 296 Pair of single mounted gal-leg Spurs (#36) by noted Weatherford, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Ray Anderson. Spurs are silver and copper mounted hand engraved with copper garters, engraved fixed buttons. Mounted with a pair of plain two-piece Straps.

E. Garcia

LOT 297 Beautiful pair of double mounted Spurs attributed to E. Garcia with intricate silver inlay and overlay, complete with heel chains and jingle bobs. Mounted with one-piece basket weave Straps with raised engraved dome 2” conchos. Believed to be in unused condition.

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LOT 298 Two Will Rogers Character Clocks, one is electric in a bronze finish, one is key wind in a gold finish. Clocks measure 12 1/2” T x 13” W. As with all estate clocks they will be sold as is. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 299 Two early folding Knives, one with eight tools made by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield. The other has six tools made by Asprey. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.. LOT 300 Large framed print taken from a charcoal drawing of “The Duke”, John Wayne, by California Artist Gary Saderup, dated 1988, in wooden shadow box frame, 25 1/2” x 29 1/2”.

LOT 301 Antique Falling Block, Single Shot Rifle, barrel is marked “Made by the Hopkins & Allen Manfg. Co., Norwich, Conn. U.S.A. / The Merwin & Hulbert & Co., Junior Pat. June 29, ‘86 / Oct. 2, ‘88”. SN NV, .32 rimfire caliber, nice pleasing finish to both metal and stock.

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LOT 302 Winchester, Model 97, 12 gauge, Pump Shotgun, SN 794961, blue finish, 30” barrel, very good condition, shows some light spotting on receiver and barrel. Wood is in excellent condition, mechanically sound. Used. (MODERN)

LOT 303 Savage, Model 6A, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .22 LR caliber, SN NV, brown aged patina, 24” barrel, overall good condition with normal handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 304 New England, Model Handi SB2, Single Shot Carbine, .45/70 caliber, SN NM201222, blue finish, 22” barrel, excellent condition with the exception of missing butt plate, used. (MODERN)

LOT305 J.C. Higgins, Model 101, 16 gauge, Bolt Action Shotgun, SN NV, blue finish, 28” barrel, walnut stock, minor handling marks, shows some thinning in finish at the magazine band, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 306 Walnut, German Black Forest style, heavily carved Cuckoo Clock with large stag head crest, carved rifles, full carved rabbit, and grouse, bugle and hanging bag with game. Measures approximately 4ft. tall X 32” wide and is accompanied by 3 weights and pendulum. Clock has a real great look. As with all estate clocks ii will be sold as is where is.

LOT 307 Carved Cuckoo Clock with stag crest has carved rifle, rabbit, grouse, calling horn and carry bag with acorn and oak leaf background, measures 36” T X 25” W, has pendulum but no weights. As with all estate clocks it will be sold as is where is.

LOT 308 Framed tin Advertising Sign for “Four Roses Distillers, Louisville, KY”, colors are bright showing some scratches, displayed in wooden frame measuring 40” X 30”

LOT 309 Factory engraved Parker Brothers, Double Barrel, 16 gauge, Shotgun, SN N194003, blue 30” barrels with beautiful factory engraved receiver, very good condition but shows stock has been repaired in the pistol grip area, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 310 Meridian, Double Barrel, 12 gauge, Side by Side Shotgun, SN NV, engraved locks and hammers. NOTE: On both locks stamped “For Cha’s. Parker”, brown aged patina, 28” barrels, wood is good with minor handling marks, bump in barrel 3” back from muzzle on left barrel, used. (MODERN)

LOT 311 Excel, Single Shot, 410 gauge, Shotgun, SN 79605XP, blue finish with much rust on barrel and frame, 26” barrel, mechanically sound, missing butt plate, used. (MODERN)

LOT 312 Excellent antique oak, sliding mirror door Showcase, counter top or table model with brass label “SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO., ESTABLISHED 1843, ST. LOUIS, U.S.A.”, in original finish, 36” W x 24” D x 13” T. Double wooden and mirrored sliding glass doors.

LOT 313 Iver Johnson, Carbine Model, .30 M1 caliber, SN AA21361, 18” barrel with sliding adjustable skeleton stock and adjustable rear sight with heat cover, very good overall condition, sold with canvas shoulder strap, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 314 Browning, Nomad, Belgium Made, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 69284P7, blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, hard plastic Browning checkered grips, manufactured 1967, original magazine, used. (MODERN)

LOT 317 Remington, Model R-51, Semi-Automatic Pistol, 9 MM LUGER caliber, SN 0011583R51, matte finish, 3 1/4” barrel, excellent condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 315 Colt, Agent, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN W35048, matte finish, 2” barrel, very good condition with light turn line, custom finger grip grips by Pachmayr, used. (MODERN)

LOT 316 Mauser-Werke, HSc Made in Germany, Semi-Automatic Pistol, 9 MM KUTZ caliber, SN 0121025, blue finish, 3” barrel, wooden checkered grips, very nice overall condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 318 Walther, Model P990, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .40 S&W caliber, SN 413369, matte finish, 4” barrel, shows very little use, used. (MODERN)

LOT 319 AMT, Back UP, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .380 caliber, SN B00567, manufactured in “El Monte, CA.”, stainless & matte finish, 2 1/2” barrel, wooden grips, minor handling marks, used. Accompanied by a soft Belt Holster. (MODERN)

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LOT 320 Vintage Savage, Model 1907, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .7.65 caliber, SN 108556, retains majority of its original blue finish, with some thinning on receiver and barrel, 3 3/4” barrel, original magazine, nice original Indian head grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 321 Engraved VZOR, Model 70, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .7.65 caliber, SN CZ7000631 / 103092, made in Czechoslovakia, blue finish with steel slide, 3 1/2” barrel, excellent condition, original grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 323 J.P. Sauer & Sohn, Western Marshall, engraved SAA Revolver, .44 MAG caliber, SN 148514, blue finish, 6” barrel, brass trigger guard and backstrap, fancy two-piece grips, barrel is marked “Hawke’s Firearms Co., L.A. Cal.”, used. (MODERN)

LOT 322 Walther, Model P38, 9 MM, Semi-Automatic Pistol, SN 1520E, blue finish, 5” barrel, overall good condition, correct grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 324 Smith & Wesson, Model 59, Semi-Automatic Pistol, 9 MM caliber, SN A332911, blue finish showing thinning on slide and holster wear in muzzle area, 4” barrel, mechanically sound. Will be accompanied by two extra magazines, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 325 Handsome Smith & Wesson, New Model 3, Single Action Revolver, .44 RUSSIAN caliber, SN 20930, 6” barrel, the bluing is dark and somewhat matted, the case coloring on the hammer and trigger is faded but present. This model was originally introduced in 1878 and was manufactured until 1898. This serial number was shipped from the factory circa 1887. The mechanical action is perfect. The break open, eject and load mode function as intended. The factory applied markings are clear and the bore is very good. The checkered walnut grips are in very good condition and original to this revolver.

LOT 326 Colt, New Army Revolver, Model of a 1901, with factory letter that states Serial Number 166953; caliber .38/c; barrel 6”; finish blue; type of stock not listed; Special features, furnished with a lanyard swivel; Shipped to United States Government Commanding Officer, Springfield Armory, Springfield, Massachusetts; Date of shipment August 21, 1901 in a shipment of 550. Revolver retains some blue finish on frame and barrel, balance aging brown patina, all matching numbers including cylinder latch, two-piece wooden grips that appear original. NOTE: Inspector marks on left side of frame “R.A.C.” bore is fair, used. (MODERN)

LOT 327 This lot consists of the following two Firearms: (1) Armi Galesi Brevetto, Semi-Automatic Pocket Pistol, .6.35 caliber, SN 329409, nickel finish, 2 1/4” barrel, “A.G.” marked grips, used. (2) FEG, Model 37, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .380-9 MM SHORT caliber, SN 208916, nickel finish, 3 3/4” barrel, showing some flaking of nickel, mechanically sound, used. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. (MODERN)

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LOT 328 “U,S. Express” marked Smith & Wesson, Safety Model, 5-shot, Double Action Revolver, .38 caliber, SN 187925, with squeeze style safety on the back of the grip frame. It has original hard rubber grips with the S&W monogram. The action functions properly and the bore is fair. Marked on the lower right side of the frame is “U.S.X.” and the serial number was stamped by them on the upper right side of the frame, used. (MODERN)

LOT 329 Scarce antique Colt, 1878 Frontier, Double Action Sheriff’s Model Revolver, .45 caliber, SN 21167, in a scarce 4” barrel without provisions for an ejector. The serial number appears on the bottom of the grip frame indicating the revolver was manufactured in 1888. The action functions in both single action and double action although the lock up is not tight. The ivory grips are very nice looking and fit well with a repair on the left panel. The 2-line barrel address is sharp and clear, the bore is very good, used.

LOT 330 This lot consists of the following two Firearms: (1) Antique Relic, Waters Percussion Belt Pistol, sold strictly for a wall mount. (2) Unique British Bull Dog, .22 SHORT caliber, Vest Pistol, engraved, original Gutta Percha grips, SN 23. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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Lot 331A Winchester, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, .30/30 caliber, SN 2475787, manufactured 1960, blue finish, 20” barrel, retains majority of blue finish, showing much finish on stock with normal handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 332A Boxed Kimber, PRO COP II, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .45 ACP caliber, SN KR32171, stainless / matte finish, 4” barrel, sold with extra magazine in its original “Kimber” marked, carry case, fine condition, used. (MODERN) LOT 333A Colt, Model 1911, Semi-Automatic Pistol, Series 80 Government Model, .45 ACP caliber, SN FG13308, blue finish, 5” barrel, Colt checkered grips, showing some light edge wear, light thinning on top of slide. Sold in its original “Colt” marked hard carry case, used. (MODERN)

LOT 334A Winchester, Model 70 Featherweight, Super Grade Bolt Action Rifle, .308 caliber, SN 270322, blue finish, 22” barrel, walnut checkered stock, complete with swivels, bright finish with some handling marks, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 335A Boxed Sig Sauer, Semi-Automatic Pistol, Model P227, .45 ACP caliber, SN 51E000534, matte finish, 4” barrel, high condition, possibly unfired. Sold in original fitted “Sig Sauer” marked hard carry case with manual, extra magazine and trigger lock. (MODERN)

LOT 336A Boxed Colt Cobra, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN RA535727, stainless, 2” barrel, like new condition. Sold in its original “Colt” marked hard carry case, used. (MODERN)

LOT 337A Custom Rock Island Arsenal, Model 1903, Bolt Action Rifle, with custom .220 Swift caliber, SN 297271, blue finish with custom 24” barrel, barrel has been drilled for an additional scope. Sold with scope rings by Buehler, nice overall condition, walnut stock with swivels, and Blue Line recoil pad, used. (MODERN) LOT 338A High condition Colt Cobra, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN F76810, blue finish, 2” barrel, rosewood checkered grips, fine condition sold with soft leather belt Holster, used. (MODERN) LOT 339A Sig Sauer, Model Mosquito, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN A061203, matte finish, 4” barrel, fine condition. Sold in original “Sig Sauer” marked padded carry case, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 340A Smith & Wesson, Model 637-2 Airweight, 5-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN CHV9724, stainless, 2” barrel, good condition showing light turn line, used. (MODERN)

LOT 341A Beautiful full stock custom Remington, Model 03A3, Bolt Action Rifle, .30/06 caliber, SN 3820772, blue finish with custom 20” barrel, fancy jeweled bolt, fine checkered stock with rosewood caps, complete with a scope bridge, used. (MODERN)

LOT 342A Winchester, Model 94AE, large loop Lever Action Trapper Carbine, .44 Rem Mag caliber, SN 6069634, blue finish, 16” round barrel, fine condition, walnut stock and forend, minor handling mark in forend, used. (MODERN)

LOT 343A J.P. Sauer & Sohn, Hawes, Sheriff’s Model, Single Action Revolver, .22 caliber, SN 73971, blue finish, with stag type grips, 2 1/2” barrel, excellent condition with hang tag. Sold with original picture box, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 344A Colt, Model 1908, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .380 caliber, SN 33636, reblued slide, 4” barrel, wooden checkered grips, used. (MODERN) LOT 345A Colt, New Service, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .455 Eley caliber, SN 141507, blue finish, 5 1/2” barrel, retains most of its original finish, some light scratching on barrel, original Colt grips with nick in left grip, complete with lanyard and proof marks on right side of barrel, used. (MODERN) LOT 346A Colt, Police Positive, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 458152, some blue finish in protected areas, balance dark grey patina, 4” barrel. Note special markings on butt strap “B-1052-” unusual thumb rest grips, possibly used by a security company, used. (MODERN) LOT 347A Mauser, Pocket Model, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .6.35 caliber, SN 89783, renickeled finish, showing some wear with scratches, 3” barrel, plastic checkered grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 348A Italian Chippa Arms, Model Puma 187322, Single Action Revolver, .22 caliber, SN 14G00221, grey metal finish, 4 3/4” barrel, checkered grips, mechanically sound, used. (MODERN) LOT 349A Standard Arms, Model G, Semi-Automatic Sporting Rifle, .35 REM caliber, SN RB7351, manufactured circa 1910, dark brown aged patina, 22” barrel. NOTE: Two holes drilled in the gas chamber, sold as is, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 350A Remington, Model 27, Single Shot Rifle, .22 caliber, SN 172419, blue finish, 23” barrel, overall good condition, walnut stock, used. (MODERN)

LOT 351A Winchester, Model 12, Pump Shotgun, .16 gauge, SN 1303511, blue finish, 18” barrel, walnut stock and forend, forend has crack running full length, barrel length has been altered, used. (MODERN)

LOT 352A Harrington & Richardson, Model 700, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .22 WMRF caliber, SN AY488855, blue finish, 22” barrel, overall good condition with minor handling marks, missing magazine, used. (MODERN)

LOT 353A Factory Boxed North American, 5-shot Deringer, .22 Mag caliber, SN E228774, stainless, 1” barrel, like new condition, in its original “North American “ marked and serial numbered box, used. (MODERN) LOT 354A Harrington & Richardson, Trapper, 7-shot Single Action Revolver, .22 Rimfire caliber, SN 161284, blue finish, 6” octagon barrel, walnut checkered grips, finish is good with light finish loss at muzzle, and some light high edge wear, used. (MODERN) LOT 355A Harrington & Richardson, 7-shot, Tip up, Single Action Revolver, .22 caliber, SN 462302, blue finish, 6” barrel, plastic checkered grips, chip missing on lower left grip, otherwise very good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 356A Smith & Wesson, Safety, 5-shot Revolver, .32 caliber, SN 43163, nickel finish, 3 1/2” barrel, mother of pearl grips, retains majority of original nickel finish, with some light flaking, used. (MODERN)


LOT 357A Boxed Cimarron, Single Action Sheriff’s Model Revolver, .38 Colt & S&W SPL caliber, SN UG6142, 3 1/2” blued barrel with casehardened frame. Frame and barrel is in excellent condition, varnish on grips shows some melting and scratching. Sold in its original picture box, used. (MODERN)

LOT 358A New In Box Radical Fire Arms, RF15 Model, Semi-Automatic Rifle, 5.65 / .223 caliber, SN RT06645, matte finish, 17” barrel, adjustable stock, with a U.A.G. Rear Sight, sold in its original shipping box with manual, trigger lock, extra battery for rear sight. Proudly made in Texas! (MODERN)

LOT 359A Beretta, Model 950 BS, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .25 caliber, SN BR93363V, blue finish, 2 3/8” barrel, shows thinning of finish on slide and light edge wear, used. (MODERN)

LOT 360A Smith & Wesson, Model 1905, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .32/20 caliber, SN 141736, nickel finish, 6” barrel with hand ejector, minor flaking, appears to have original pearl grips, smooth action, bright bore, some light finish loss on cylinder and muzzle area, used. (MODERN)

LOT 361A Rossi, 6-shot Revolver, .357 Mag caliber, SN GX849700, blue finish, 2” barrel, fine condition. Sold with cloth Holster. Pistol was manufactured by Taurus, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 331 Antique Colt SAA, Sheriff’s Model, 6-shot Revolver, .44/40 caliber, SN 79032, manufactured 1882, 4” barrel with contemporary engraving in a period style pattern. It is unknown if this is a factory Sheriff’s Model or if it has been reconfigured. The one piece, carved steer head ivory grips fit well but are not the same age as the revolver. The serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The barrel address, patent dates and caliber markings are all clear and readable. The action functions properly and the bore is good.

Jerry Wallace LOT 332 Awesome pair of double mounted, gal-leg Spurs by noted Madill, Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker Jerry Wallace in one of the most desirable patterns, the peacock gal-legs, with inset stones and fixed heart buttons. Mounted with “Jerry Wallace” marked two-piece basket weave Straps and matching “Jerry Wallace” 2 1/4” raised engraved conchos with peacock centers. Jerry Wallace was a recipient of the prestigious Adolph Bayers Award for Spur Maker of the Year, 2011.

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Rick Brightwell

LOT 333 Fancy pair of double mounted, gal-leg Spurs by noted Compton, Arkansas Bit and Spur Maker Rick Brightwell in the peanut gal-leg pattern, silver overlay hand engraved, fixed etched buttons. Mounted with two-piece Straps with fancy buckles, keepers and tips.

LOT 334 Extremely scarce, antique Colt, Model 1877, SN 34040 a.k.a. The Lightning. This is a very scarce 2” barrel, .38 caliber, 6- shot Revolver with nickel finish and checkered ivory stocks. This Revolver will come with a Colt Archive Letter that confirms .38 caliber, 2” barrel, nickel finish with rubber stocks and shipped to J.P. Moore’s in New York on March 3, 1882 in a three gun shipment. The serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. There is no barrel address due to the limited amount of space on the 2” barrel. The clearly readable etched panel reads “COLT D.A. 38”. There is a high percentage of original nickel finish remaining throughout this revolver. The checkered ivory grips fit perfectly but may not be as old as the revolver. The action functions properly and the bore is good. This Colt is accompanied by a small Holster with border tooling and stamped pattern on the front and top of the strap. There are stitches and edge lining missing in a few places.

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LOT 335 SpearPoint Side Knife with horn handle, embossed silver spacer and pommel, ricasso is marked “Thos. Short, Jr., Sheffield”, 8 5/8” blade, 14” overall length, heavy silver cross guard, leather Sheath with nickel trim.

Kevin Burns

LOT 336 Unique pair of silver overlay, double mounted Spurs by noted Texas Bit and Spur Maker Kevin Burns, mounted with hand engraved arrowheads and buffalo skull on heel bands, 1 5/8” multi-point rowels, engraved swing buttons. Mounted with an outstanding pair of spotted two-piece basket weave Straps marked “Buddie Foster”. Kevin Burns was recipient of the prestigious Adolph Bayers Award for Spur Maker of the Year 2008.

R.F. Ford LOT 337 A fine pair of hand engraved, double mounted Spurs by the late Texas Bit and Spur Maker R.F. Ford (19442011), in the heart pattern on one heel band with silver overlaid initials “CLB” on opposite heel band, (#1527). According to the Ford Book number, these Spurs were originally made for Warren Bard, Cheyenne Wyo. Mounted with two-piece Straps with matching “Ford” buckles

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LOT 339 Beautiful early Deer Lodge, Montana, prison made, multi-color horse hair Bridle with original rosettes and ten horse hair tassels. Matching horse hair Reins, showing some wear just above the 10” leather popper. Bridle is mounted with an iron Bit. Very desirable Bridle!

LOT 340 Fine early multi-color prison made horse hair Bridle attributed to Deer Lodge, Montana, with four rosettes, 16 horse hair tassels with matching horse hair Reins, mounted with a silver engraved iron Bit, marked inside cheek piece “ *E.G.” Overall good condition. Eduardo Grijalva 1914-1994

LOT 338 Beautiful, heavily tooled Leather Portfolio, in pristine condition, 12” x 9 3/4”, complete with pocket calculator, legal pad and pen. Marked in oval stamp on back “BIG BEND SADDLERY L.A. HENSLEY ALPINE TEXAS”.

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Mehl Lawson

LOT 341 Incredible leather and rawhide braided Quirt by noted CA Artist Mehl Lawson, 9 1/2” handle, 20” “Mehl Lawson” marked popper. Incredible detail. Mehl Lawson is an artist in three mediums: sculpture, braiding and horses. He is an heir to the proud vaquero tradition of old California, a dedicated disciple of the refined, subtle elegance of the Santa Barbara style that inspired the creative spirits of such men as Ed Borein and Luis Ortega. Mehl has been a member of the Cowboy Artists of America since 1982 and has received numerous Gold and Silver Medals and Best of Show Awards at the Cowboy Artists of America show. Mehl was born August 28, 1942 and is self taught.

Luis B. Ortega

LOT 342 The Book titled “CALIFORNIA HACKAMORE (La Jaquima) / AN AUTHENTIC STORY OF THE USE OF THE HACKAMORE” by Luis B. Ortega. This book contains 109 Actual Photographs and 20 Pen Sketches by Al Martin Napoletano. Copyright 1948 by Luis B. Ortega / Printed by News Publishing Co., Sacramento, California 1948. Pages numbered are 133 and all appear to be present. Condition is very good with some wear on spine. Luis B. Ortega (1897-1995) is known as the world’s best and foremost rawhide braider. A 5th generation Californian, Ortega traced his ancestry to the states first Spanish settler, Jose Francisco de Ortega who was credited with discovering San Francisco Bay by land in 1789. He holds the enviable distinction of being the only leather braider in the world to be designated a national treasure by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in Washington, D.C. (1986) and is represented in all major Western Museums in the United States.

LOT 343 83 Ft. Braided Reata with leather and rawhide Hondo. This is certainly one of the largest Reatas to surface in a while. This length rope was used in trick roping.

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P.A. Wilkerson

LOT 344 Early Loop Seat Saddle by a very sought after Saddlemaker “P.A. Wilkerson, Buffalo, Wyo.” marked (5 times). This double rig saddle is very desirable with A-fork, 14” seat, 5” cantle, matching 22” tooled tapederos, leather is supple. Percy A. Wilkerson (1871-1941) started on his saddle making career at the ripe old age of 14, serving his first saddlery apprenticeship in Buffalo, Wyo., in 1895. Between the years 1885 and 1930, Percy lived between both Buffalo and Gillette, Wyo and by the turn of the century he was operating his own saddleries in both places. By 1919 it is said that Percy closed his saddleries to get into the lucrative Soda Business and by late 1920 was selling boot leg liquor through several speak-easies he owned. By the 1930s Percy was living in Phoenix, AZ and making saddles again, reportedly for N. Porter. Percy died in 1941 in Phoenix leaving the legacy of a very interesting life and diverse career from Cowboy to Outlaw.

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LOT 345 Custom, solid Mesquite Saddle Stand, 40” T x 30” L x 21” W, in excellent condition.

LOT 346 Incredible early hand made wooden and leather wrapped Canteen with heavy leather shoulder strap. Told by the family who consigned the canteen it was made in Yuma prison, 9” diameter x 4” thick with x 1” leather strap. Sold in fine untouched condition.

LOT 347 Very unique, early hand carved wooden Pony with straw mane and tail. Carved from long leaf pine, near life size, 55” L x 48” T from floor to the top of its ears. Very detailed. It is said this type carved animal was used to display saddles in the early saddle shops. Very seldom seen.

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LOT 348 Fancy pair of two tone, spotted bat wing Chaps has outside pockets with hearts. NOTE: Fancy spotted belt. No maker mark visible. Chaps show repair on inside with some stitching supports.

LOT 349 Fancy antique oak, Drop Front Desk, circa 1900s. This style desk was nicknamed the “Cowboy Desk” because so many were seen in the early cowboy movies. Drop front with fitted interior, stationery and pencil drawer at top, fancy shelving with beveled mirror, excellent finish and condition, 69 1/4” T x 32” W x 17” deep at lower portion.

LOT 350 Antique figural Mantle Clock, manufactured by Ansonia Clock Co., New York, 8-day time and strike movement with open escapement, 20” L x 7” W x 16 /2” T, with key and pendulum. As with all estate clocks, IT WIL BE SOLD AS IS.

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LOT 351 Most unusual antique Table Lamp with metal figural shade and silk liner, circa 1920-1925, with embossed brass and marble base, 32” T with figural finial x 8 1/2” round base. Lit by four candle style bulbs, original condition and finish. LOT 352 Large Antique oak Lamp Table, circa 1900, with Tiffany style glass claw and ball feet, beautiful carved skirt, unusual carved legs, excellent finish and condition, shaped 28” sq. top, 30” T.

LOT 354 Incredible Hunzinger ball and claw foot, open twist Pedestal, the definite signature of George Hunzinger. George Jakob Hunzinger (1835-1898) was a furniture maker during the later half of the 19th century. He emigrated to the United States in 1855 and began manufacturing furniture in New York City. Like his contemporary furniture makers of the Victorian Age, Hunzinger’s pieces are very decorative. What is unique about his furniture is the innovative and distinctive designs he patented. This wonderful Pedestal measures 39 1/2” T x 16” rope twist top, excellent finish and condition.

LOT 353 Museum quality onyx and bronze Statue, circa 1900, of elegant lady seated in a bow bottom arm chair, 19” T x 12” D x 12 1/2” W, showing much detail, marked “P.C.E. Fiaschi / Firenze / Made in Italy”, beautifully executed but does have an old damage at the end of her shoe and tips of fingers on her left hand.

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LOT 355 Unique portable Gambling Box in serpentine mahogany hinged lid Case with brass lion head handles. When box is open it reveals a removable 10” Gambling Wheel; a spring loaded Dice Shaker; many celluloid Poker Chips, both round and oblong; several sets of Dice; hide a way Colt, Standard Model with sloping hammer, single shot .41 caliber Vest Derringer in original finish; Ivory Marker; spinning Horse Racing Game with horses; attached to inside of lid Gambling Wheel; and a green felt Layout. NOTE: Additional hinged lid box on top conceals key to this case. Footed Case measures 13 3/8” D x 18 1/4” W x 9 1/2” T. LOT 356 Rare antique, one dealer Crap Table, circa 1880s. These smaller tables were used in the saloons, one like this can be found in the “Bird Cage Saloon” in Tombstone. All original and complete with original chip holder, 35” W x 63 1/2” L x 39 3/4” T. Appears to be in original finish.

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LOT 356B Antique Caged Tiger representing the saloon game of Faro, that was called “Bucking the Tiger”. Wooden caged frame measures 33 1/2” T x 43 1/2” W. Condition is good considering its age, the coal / wood stove heating in the saloons of the old days would have a tendency to dry and crinkle the paper. Faro was Doc Holiday’s favorite card game.

LOT 356C Antique Caged Lion representing another saloon game. Wooden caged frame measures 33 1/2” T x 43 1/2” W. Condition is good considering its age, the coal / wood stove heating in the saloons of the old days would have a tendency to dry and crinkle the paper.

LOT 357 Early antique easel type Gambling Wheel, circa 1890-1900, original finish and condition, 16” wheel. NOTE: Gambling odds shows the number 30-32 times; the number 50-16 times; the number 100- 8 times. Folded out it measures 24 1/2” tall. LOT 358 Unique antique, quarter sawn oak Cash Register, marked “MONITOR”, circa 1900, in original stencil and finish, the first cash-less Register made, instead uses tin tokens. Tokens were issued to the employees so they could buy from only one company owned store. Green tags were the amount of purchase; Red tags were used as a draw on salary. The tin tag trips the drawer and holds tag inside to balance drawer each day. 13” D x 12” W x 9” T. This particular model is rarely ever seen, much less in this condition.

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LOT 359 Early tin, revolving Trade Sign on fancy cast iron base, circa turn of the century with full spread eagle finial, sand painted which was popular in the early 1900s, marked “DRUGS / SODA / CIGARS / KODAKS”. Kodak was first sold in 1888 with rolled film. 11” W x 34” T and is believed to be totally original. LOT 360 Antique, cast iron Cigar Cutter, advertising “Rocky Ford Delicious Flavor Cigar”, marquee is Indian with bow, original striker front, manufactured by the “Brunhoff MFG. Co., Cincinnati, O.”, 8” T x 11” D x 6 1/2” W, retains some of the nickel finish.

LOT 361 Antique Gilt Framed Advertising Lithograph for “W. Duke, Sons & Co./ Smoking Tobacco & Cigarettes / Durham, N.C,” frame measures 26 3/4” W x 38 1/2” T. The Lithograph consists of 144 photographs of the Ladies of Duke’s Cameo Cigarettes. “Special Notice, In future every package of Duke’s Cameo Cigarettes will contain one of these small photographs. They are pictures of the most beautiful ladies in the world. They were selected at great expense expressly for the smokers of Cameo Cigarettes who then have an opportunity of securing the entire collection free. Yours Truly, W. Duke, Sons & Co. Durham, N.C. & New York”. In other words Trading Cards. Top left hand corner of frame has a small piece of gilt missing with some age wear and rubs.

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LOT 362 Antique two-piece gaffed Trade Stimulator, circa 1926, 1 cent coin-op flat top, Baby Card Machine. Solid oak with original marquee that has a paper sign marked “Mills Novelty Company”. Upon close inspection you will find the cards that win large amounts are not on the wheel. The wheel is enclosed and cannot be seen by the customer, hence gaffed. Original stand is on fancy embossed cast iron legs and is 36” tall. Game measures 11” W x 8 1/2” D x 17” T, in working order with key.

LOT 364 Two piece Trade Stimulator called “The Target / 1 cent Point Game”, circa 1926, made by Jennings, with embossed Indian Motif. 1 cent got you a chance to win multiple tobacco products. Oak stand with cast iron claw feet measures 40” tall. Trade Stimulator measures 18” T x 12” W x 8” D. Good condition, good colors.

LOT 363 Antique framed Lithograph titled “The Lone Hand”, marked lower right “Rufus Wrigt, June 1878”, rocker is marked “Copyright 1897 by J. Hoover & Son”. Lithograph is bright & colorful, has great subject matter. Water mark at lower right, otherwise good condition. Antique oak frame measures 28 1/4” x 32 1/4”.

LOT 365 Antique coin-op “TEST YOUR STRENGTH MACHINE”, 1901 Mills Novelty Co., in oak and cast iron case, extremely rare, and almost never surface for sale. Has foot plates with cast iron handles, when you lift on handles the machine measures the amount of weight you can lift, brass eagle crest. Machine measures 64” T x 11” W x 25” D. This lifter is set on “Free Play.” The coin mechanism is complete, but is worn so that the self lock to hold the dial in place after lift needs to be replaced. Original dial is faded but will be sold with machine.

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LOT 366 Early framed Lithograph titled “The Stronger Sex by John Valentine”. Lower right is marked “Copyright 1907 by The Strobridge Litho Co., Cincinnati & New York”. Very good condition with one fold in center, colors are bright, frame measures 29 1/8” x 39 3/8”.

LOT 367 Iron Bear Trap marked “Mackenzie District Fur Co. LTD. / Fabrique 1886 HBC / No. 15”, with chain.

LOT 368 Extremely scarce Remington Army Revolver, SN 129283/142999 with W. Mason Cartridge Extractor, manufactured 1875. This Remington New Model Army Conversion Revolver is one of only a couple known examples with an experimental cartridge extractor system. The design is discussed in the book Remington Army and Navy Revolvers by Donald L. Ware. This exact revolver is pictured and described in the book “Colt Conversions and Other Percussion Revolvers” by R. Bruce McDowell. Copies of these articles accompany the revolver. This is a mixed numbered conversion to .46 caliber rimfire with the barrel numbered 129283 and the frame numbered 142999, under the left grip. The 8” octagon barrel is marked with the standard 3 line address. The action functions properly and the bore is good. The original walnut grips fit perfectly and are in very good condition retaining traces of original varnish.

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LOT 369 Antique Smith & Wesson, No. 3 American, Revolver, SN 82575 in scarce .44 Henry Rimfire caliber. This is a 2nd Model American, manufactured between 1872-1874 with an 8” barrel, 6-shot cylinder, original ivory stocks and a generous amount of original nickel finish remaining. The action functions most of the time but has a timing issue that needs to be addressed. The bore is fair. The ejector functions but also requires some attention. The ivory stocks have a beautiful, rich color with a few chips and a repair on the left side. No assembly numbers were found on the barrel, cylinder or latch. This revolver is accompanied by a period holster that is missing nearly all of the stitching.

LOT 370 This lot will consist of three Full Boxes of Ammunition: (1) Full Box of Frankford Arsenal Carbine Ball Reloading .45/70 caliber Ammunition. Box is still “sealed” and the original pull string to open is in place, but the top label is missing and the bottom has separated; (2) Full Box of Peters .38 caliber Short rimfire Cartridges. The box is tattered with loose labels and box sides. The red label is missing portions on the top and all sides. Could be easily restored to make a nice display piece; (3) Full Box of U.M.C., .45/500 Gov’t Smokeless Central Fire Cartridges. Box of 20 rifle cartridges is in very good condition, appears to be unopened with very good labels. WILL BE SOLD 3 X THE BID.

LOT 371 Antique James Warner Pocket Revolver, SN 1158. This is a .30 caliber rimfire, 5-shot cartridge Revolver with a 3” barrel manufactured in the late 1860’s. Marked “Warner’s Patent 1857”. Good overall condition with some blue remaining on the cylinder. The walnut stocks fit properly and are in good condition. The action functions properly and the bore is very good.

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LOT 372 Scarce, antique E. Whitney, 2 Trigger Pocket Revolver. Manufactured circa 1852-1854 with only 650 estimated. It is a .32 caliber, 5-shot Percussion Revolver with a 4” octagon barrel. The barrel address is clearly marked. The right side of the frame is marked “PATENT APPLIED FOR”. There are traces of nickel finish on the frame. The unusual action seems to function properly and the bore is very good. The original wood grips are in good condition. This revolver comes with a period leather Holster in very good condition.

LOT 373 Antique Whitneyville Armory, Model 1 1/2, 5-shot Revolver, SN 12357. This is a .32 caliber rimfire, 3 1/4” octagon barrel, manufactured circa 1871-1879. There is a high percentage of original blue finish on the barrel and cylinder with silver plating on the frame. The wood grips fit perfectly. The action functions properly and the bore is very good.

LOT 374 Antique Ethan Allen, .22 side hammer, 7-shot Revolver, SN 6647. This is an Eighth issue, with a 2 1/2” barrel. It is in good condition but missing a bolt spring to make action function properly. LOT 375 Iver Johnson, Top Break, 5-shot Revolver, SN 627759. This is a .38 S&W caliber, with a 4” barrel. There is a generous amount of original blue finish remaining. The rubber grips are in excellent condition and fit perfectly. The action functions properly and the bore is excellent.

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LOT 376 One of a kind cased Vampire Killing Kit, fitted into an early hinged lid Box. Contents consist of: Early, single shot Percussion Belt Pistol, .46 caliber bore, lock is marked “Partridge”, with powder flask, bullets and bullet mold; small early Bible trimmed in brass; silver Crucifix on wooden cross; Spear point Push Dagger, with 5 7/8” blade, 11” overall length. Lower compartment contains: Bottles for Holy Water; four wooden Stakes; Bone Saw with cross handle; Several cloves of Garlic. Case measures 17 3/4” W x 12” D x 6 1/2” T with cross carved in top.

LOT 377 Antique U.S. Contract Whitney Arms Company, Model 1812, Flintlock Musket, .69 caliber, smooth bore. With the outbreak of the war of 1812 in July 1812, a contract was let to Eli Whitney for 15,000 Muskets (later extended by another 3000 muskets), conforming to the pattern he had made for the state of New York, but with 42” long barrels. Overall length is 57”. The right side lock plate is marked “N. Haven” in a scroll border. The only stamp on the barrel is an encircled “P”. There is a cartouche on the left side stock. The action functions properly and the bore is very dark.

LOT 378 Antique, Swiss Made, Milbank -Amsler Conversion, SN 1563 marked on barrel and stock. This is an 18 MM caliber, breech loading Rifle, Model M1817-42. The Milbank-Amslers were swinging block conversions of several different Swiss percussion muzzle loaders to the Amsler lifting bolt design developed by the American Isaac Milbank refined and perfected by the Swiss Rudolf Amsler. The conversion was originally approved for Swiss army issue in May 1867. All of the Amsler conversions were later designated “abgeandert 1867” (modification of 1867). Measures 57 1/2” overall, with brushed bright 40” barrel, marked with a Zurich Canton shield and “Z”. 5294”, applied blade fore-sight, elevating rear sight, flip open breech block, plain bar action lock converted from flint with side hammer, walnut full stock with iron furniture, iron under barrel cleaning rod and two barrel bands with additional twin banded nose cap, the underside of muzzle with stud for socket bayonet. There is a partial original makers name marked on the left side of the lock plate. The breech block displays makers markings “GEB SUIZER”. The action functions properly and the bore is good.

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LOT 379 Early English Flintlock Blunderbuss, lock is marked “Sharpe & Keene”, 15” brass barrel and furniture, 1” bore, overall 31” length. Proof stamped on left side of barrel, nice wood with some checkering. NOTE: Sharpe & Keene formed a partnership in 18091811. Very nice overall condition, showing typical handling marks.

LOT 380 A beautiful matched pair of Flintlock Belt Pistols by famous firearms maker Franchetti Minelli, circa 1800, 4” tapered barrels with fancy iron furniture, complete with ramrods, beautiful burl wooden stocks. One has slight hair line in stock, otherwise very good condition. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 381 Early Percussion Belt Pistol with engraved lock and hammer, lock is marked “Deringer Phila”, 5 1/2” steel heptagon (7) barrel, approximately .50 caliber, fancy silver inlay, nice checkering on grip. Complete with wooden ramrod, mechanically sound.

LOT 382 Flintlock Belt Pistol with fully embossed brass wrapped frame, 9” tapered steel barrel with brass inlay, 17 1/2” overall length, approximately .60 caliber bore.

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LOT 383 Antique Flintlock Vest Pistol, 3” tapered cannon style barrel, no maker mark, intricate silver inlay behind trigger, steel butt plate and trigger guard with additional steel furniture.

LOT 384 Over & Under Flintlock Belt Pistol with British markings, 3 1/2” brass barrels and brass frame, flip up barrel selector on left side of frame, iron lock, approximately .44 caliber bore, mechanically sound.

LOT 385 Beautiful triple curved glass, counter top / table top, Oak Showcase, manufactured by J.W. Winchester Co., California. Showcase has three locking storage drawers in front with curved glass entry and two oak and glass entry doors in rear. Fine finish and condition. Measures 49 1/4” W x 24” D x 15 3/4” T. Accompanied by three extra keys.

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Lytle & Mower

LOT 386 Fine pair of hand engraved silver overlay Spurs by noted West Bountiful, Utah Bit and Spur Makers Lytle & Mower. Truly works of art! Spurs have silver overlay engraved cactus and long horn steer on one side and beautiful floral and diamond design overlaid on opposite heel band, 1 3/16 heel bands, 3” multi-point rowels with engraved swing buttons. Mounted with a fine pair of two-piece floral tooled Straps with 2 1/8” raised engraved steer head conchos and matching buckles by L&M. Billy Klapper

LOT 387 A pair of single mounted Spurs by noted Pampa, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Billy Klapper, (#166). Spurs have hand engraved silver overlaid chevrons with engraved swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of vintage two-piece basket weave Straps. Billy Klapper was a recipient of the prestigious Adolph Bayers Spur Maker of the Year Award, 2008.

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LOT 388 Pair of double mounted Spurs by noted Stinnett, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Kevin Burns, with nude cow girl on heel band and fighting bulls on opposite heel band, unique rowels made from one dollar gambling tokens from the “Miss P.J.’s Deadwood Partners Inc., Deadwood, S.D.” Spurs have etched swing buttons and are mounted with two-piece spotted basket weave Straps marked “Buddie Foster, Decatur, Texas.” Kevin Burns was a recipient of the prestigious Adolph Bayers Spur Maker of the Year Award, 2008. Gene Rogers

C.L. Rogers

LOT 389 Pair of single mounted Spurs by Golden, Colorado Bit and Spur Maker Gene Rogers, with silver overlay raised long horn steer head, 2” multi-point rowels, silver engraved heart buttons. Mounted with a pair of “Rogers” marked two-piece Straps with steer heads. Gene Rogers was a 2013 Hall of Fame recipient, National Bit, Spur & Saddle Collector’s Association.

LOT 390 Fancy pair of single mounted Spurs by note Campo, Colorado Bit and Spur Maker C.L. Rodgers (#293). Spurs have silver overlay with hand engraved long horn steer heads and leaves on heel band, silver engraved swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of two-piece leather Straps. Straps are mounted with horse shoe shaped buckles with silver keepers and tips.

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W.J. Murphy

LOT 391 Early tooled Saddle, circa 1897, marked “W.J. Murphy, Fort Smith, Ark.”. This A-Fork style double rig Saddle is marked twice, leather is supple, mounted with wooden stirrups, 15” seat with 5” cantle. Saddle shows nice even wear, very good condition for its age. LOT 392 Custom made, solid mesquite Saddle Stand, quality made, measures 30” L x 21” W x 39” T.

LOT 393 Unique tooled Bridle with mother of pearl Conchos, tooled brow band, mounted with a “Kelly” marked iron Bit with engraved silver conchos. Sold with leather Reins. Bridle has a special wall hanging Bridle Stand.

LOT 394 Fine 60 ft. rawhide braided Reata with an unusual oval rawhide hondo.

LOT 395 Very desirable Wild West spotted Bridle with leather Reins, spotted brow band with horse head glass rosettes and multi-color bakelite spots, circa 1920s.

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LOT 396 Early Walla Walla Prison made, horse hair Bridle with twelve tassels and two glass rosettes, head stall is mounted with a Crockett style Bit with silver arrow overlay. Walla Walla Prison opened in 1886 has remained open for over 130 years.

LOT 397 Beautiful antique, solid mahogany Pedestal with 14” revolving round top, 39” T x 14” SQ footed base, circa 1910, excellent finish and condition. LOT 398 Beautiful vintage hand carved marble Bust of Victorian Lady, 23 1/2” T x 14 1/2” across shoulders

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Duffner & Kimberley

LOT 399 Beautiful antique Floor Lamp attributed to Duffner & Kimberley with bronze patina on claw foot base, 68” T x 20” embossed round base, unusual 26” leaded and stained glass shade with clusters of grapes, leaves and vines. Base has a cluster of three sockets with bronze heat cap. The Duffner & Kimberley Co. began in New York City in 1906 and was a partnership between Frank J. Duffner & Oliver S. Kimberley. They were in competition with Tiffany, Handel, Pairpoint and other companies that made high end leaded glass lamps.

LOT 400 Beautiful French Mantle Clock, marble & Dore Bronze, circa 1900, porcelain dial is marked “Paillard & Romain, Paris”. Clock is decorated with two large Dore Bronze Winged Cherubs, and measures 14 1/4” W x 8” D x 13” T. Marble shows repair. Sold with pendulum and key. As with all estate clocks, it is sold as is, where is.

LOT 401 Antique, carved Lamp Table, circa 1920s-1930s with beautifully carved pedestal and bracket base, excellent condition and finish, 30” T x 22 1/2” stair step, round top. Great eye appeal!

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LOT 402 Beautiful antique filigree brass Banquet Lamp marked “Bradley & Hubbard, circa 1890, with 9” amber to pink, swirl glass shade, lamp is 29” T x 8” filigree footed base, with onyx column. This lamp was originally in oil and has been professionally converted to electricity.

LOT 403 Antique oak Pedestal, circa 1900s, with fancy reeded column, 36” T x 16” round top x 15 1/2” shaped base. Excellent finish and condition.

LOT 404 Clean, 2005 Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 Roadster, showing 11,106 miles, starts and runs good, great color and eye appeal. Sold with clear title.

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LOT 406 Fully restored, vintage Pedal Car marked “BMC Special 8”, yellow trimmed in red. Car measures 38” L x 17” W.

LOT 405 Fully restored, vintage Pedal Car marked “Hydraulic Weapon Carrier” with later attached anti-aircraft gun that works. Car measures 41” L x 17” W. Green with white lettering.

LOT 407 Fully restored, vintage Pedal Car marked “Tire Service”, with wrecker, advertising Pepsi and B.F. Goodrich. Car measures 41” L x 17” W. Blue with red and white.

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LOT 408 Fully restored, vintage Pedal Car marked “Official Pace Car”, red trimmed in white. Car measures 34 1/2” L x 15” W.

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LOT 409 Fully restored, vintage air-drive Out Board Motor titled “Dragonfly”, Model AH47, manufactured by “Robertson-Hedges, INC., Kansas City, MO. For POWER PRODUCTS”, circa 1950s. Beautifully restored, mounted on a handmade wooden stand, 20” cage, 14” blade, one cylinder gasoline engine, runs excellent, sold with stand. This Motor is the most scarce and hardest to find because it was the smallest motor they made. LOT 410 Salesman’s Sample, steam driven Iron Horse, mounted on wooden base that measures 18 1/2” Sq. 13 1/2” T. Unbelievable detail and craftsmanship, made with heavy gauge material.

LOT 411 Unique curved glass, table top model Showcase, measures 20” W x 18 1/4” D x 10” T, with wooden and glass rear door entry, excellent finish and condition.

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LOT 412 Unique and very desirable, double side, hanging metal Trade Sign advertising Watches-Clocks and Jewelry, measures 28” T x 18” Diameter, retains what appears to be the original paint and finish. This double side sign is made to resemble a large Pocket Watch.

LOT 413 Collection of five Pocket Watches to include; (1) A gold Hunting Case Pocket Watch with porcelain dial marked “Illinois Watch Co.” (2) Open face Pocket Watch with ornate porcelain two color dial, crystal is loose. (3) Silver Hunting Case Pocket Watch, key wind, dial is marked “American Watch Co.” Case is marked “Coin Silver”. (4) Silver Hunting Case Pocket Watch marked “Waltham”, key wind, coin silver case. (5) Silver open face Pocket Watch, unmarked movement, dust cover is marked “Ancre”, key wind. Sold as is where is. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 414 Fine Heckler & Koch, Model SL8-1, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .223 REM caliber, SN 48-005599, grey finish, 24” barrel, 10 round magazine, manufactured in Germany, like new condition with canvas shoulder strap, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 415 Colt, Model CAR-A3, HBAR ELITE, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .223 caliber, SN BK001934, matte finish, 28” barrel, excellent condition, sold with adjustable bi-pod and long range Tasco Scope, used. (MODERN)

LOT 417 High condition Belgium Browning, Model HP, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN 245RN40751, manufactured 1986, excellent blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, original walnut checkered grips, with high capacity magazine, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 416 High condition Belgium Browning, Model HP, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN 76C25904, manufactured 1976, excellent blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, original walnut checkered grips, with high capacity magazine, used. (MODERN)

LOT 418 INTRATEC, Model TEC-DC9, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM LUGER caliber, SN D048996, matte finish, 5” barrel, 30 round magazine, very good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 419 Like new Remington, Model R-15 VTR, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .204 RUGER caliber, SN RA019842, camo finish, 26” barrel, sold with adjustable bi-pod, mounted with an EO-TECH Holographic Site with two extra magazines, canvas shoulder strap, full box of ammo, paperwork and hard carry case, used. Fantastic varmint gun. (MODERN)

LOT 420 Daewoo, Model DR-200, Semi-Automatic Rifle, imported by Kimber, .223 caliber, SN RA002738, matte finish, 19” barrel, very good condition, sold with four 30 round magazines, used. (MODERN)

LOT 421 Norinco, Model MAK-90, Stamped Receiver, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .7.62 x 39 caliber, SN 9325884, blue finish, 16” barrel, wood stock and forend, 30 round magazine. These rifles were only imported four years, 1990-1993, excellent condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 422 Group lot of ten AK-47 style Magazines to include five 30 rounds and five 10 rounds. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 423 Two AK-47 style, 75 round Drum Magazines. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 424 Two AK-47 style, 75 round Drum Magazines. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 425 Auto Ordnance, Thompson, Model 1927-A1, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .45 ACP caliber, SN 710, blue finish, 19” barrel, walnut stock, sold with one 30 round Magazine and one 20 round Magazine, manufactured by Auto Ordnance Corporation, West Hurley, New York, used. (MODERN)

LOT 426 New in box, Colt, Model 38 Super, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .38 Super caliber, SN 2933083, blue finish, 5” barrel, wooden checkered grips, sold in original “Colt” marked hard carry case with extra magazine, trigger lock and paperwork. (MODERN)

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LOT 427 New in box, Colt, SA, Revolver, .45 caliber, SN TF08669, blue finish, 5 1/2” barrel, hard rubber grips, sold in original “Colt” marked hard carry case with paper work. (MODERN)

LOT 428 Like new Kimber, Model 1911, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .45 ACP caliber, SN K671164, stainless Lightweight, 5” barrel, red dot front sight, walnut checkered grips, sold in original “Kimber” marked hard carry case with trigger lock and manuals, used. (MODERN)

LOT 429 Sig Sauer, Model P226 Legion Series, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM PARA caliber, SN 47A135479, matte finish, 4” barrel, excellent condition, sold in original “Sig Sauer” marked hard carry case with two 15 round high capacity magazines, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 430 Framed, Vintage Lithograph, advertising “Remington U.M.C.” marked in lower left corner “Copyright Remington Arms U.M.C. Co.”, signed on lower right “Edmond Osthaus”. Edmond Osthaus (1858-1928) was one of Americas greatest sporting dog artists, and furnished many advertisements for Remington U.M.C. Lithograph shows some watermarks at lower right. Actual Lithograph measures 15 1/2” x 22”, with frame measuring 26 1/4” x 19 3/4”.

LOT 431 Remington, Model 1100, 12 gauge, Automatic Shotgun, SN 464250V, blue finish, 28” ribbed barrel, excellent wood, shows normal handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 432 Remington, Model 1100, 12 gauge, Automatic Shotgun, SN L525260V, blue finish with some light thinning and spotting on top of receiver, 30” ribbed barrel, minor handling marks, Pachmayr recoil pad, used. (MODERN)

LOT 433 Remington, Model 870 Wingmaster, 12 gauge, Pump Shotgun, SN 348683V, blue finish, 30” barrel, very good condition, with heavy rubber recoil pad, minor handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 434 Presentation Browning, Model 2000, 12 gauge, Automatic Shotgun, SN 02059C37, blue finish, 28” barrel, engraved on left side of the receiver “PRESENTED TO ALVIS N. HANNA BY EDUCATIONAL COLLEAGUES OF TYLER / 1951-1975 / A LIFETIME DEDICATED TO YOUTH.”, showing very light handling marks, walnut stock with checkering, otherwise exceptional condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 435 Cased Parker Bros., double barrel, side by side, 12 gauge Shotgun in fitted case, SN 56303, blue finish with casehardened frame, 30” barrels. NOTE: The incredible gunsmith repair around pistol grip of this shotgun, repair was wrapped and fitted with silver over brass. Also note the extreme and excellent fitting. Sold with fitted case and wooden cleaning rod, used. (MODERN)

LOT 436 Antique two-piece Apothecary Wall Cabinet, with 32 storage drawers in base, measures 6 ft. 10 1/2” T x 7 ft. 6” W x 18” D, designed to come in two pieces for easy handling. Drawers have paper labels that marks different medicines. The upper portion of this wall cabinet is all open shelving that used to display glass bottles and jars.

LOT 437 Pair of restored antique, counter top model “TOLEDO” Scales, circa 1920s-1930s, Style is 405AR, SN 431209, 15” T x 14” L, with removable silver tray. The early models show one & two cent graduations.

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LOT 438 Framed Die Cut Cardboard Advertisement for Cinco Cigars. “5 cent Eisenlohr’s Cinco Cigars / Same Old Quality / Londres”, circa 1940s-1950s, actual advertisement measures 36 1/2” T x 23 1/2” W, shows some water marks mostly at lower right and one scuff in paper at upper left. Frame measures 33 1/2” x 46 3/4”.

LOT 439 Antique curved glass, counter top wooden and glass Display Case, circa 1900, 8 ft.1/2” L x 12” D x 8 1/2” T, with 3 wooden panel, mirrored doors for rear entry. Center glass is Plexiglas.

LOT 440 Large framed, vintage color Lithograph advertising “LA MOKATINE! SUPREME LIQUEUR”, great graphics for your saloon, good colors, showing some water marks at bottom and fold across the center. Frame measures 48 1/2” T x 64” W.

LOT 441 Beautiful antique oak, double door Gun Cabinet, circa 1900-1910, with column front and lions supporting the hooded beveled glass crest. Set up to accommodate ten long guns. Excellent finish and condition, with lighted interior, cabinet measures 71” T x 43 1/2” W x 15 1/2” D.

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LOT 442 Beautiful three piece French Clock Set, key wind movement, hand painted porcelain dial, depicts man and full bodied eagle at crest. Clock has original Mantle Urns on matching marble base. Urns are 16” T x 6 1/2” W, clock measures 27 1/2” T x 15 1/2” W x 6 1/2” D, with pendulum. As always all estate clocks are sold as is where is! WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 445 Antique Vernis Martin Curio, circa 1920s, trimmed in fancy Dore Bronze with gallery top, triple serpentine front, painted scene on bottom of door and each side of cabinet. Overall good condition for its age, has chip out of lower portion of left front leg, Comes with heavy plate glass shelves and mirrored back.

LOT 443 Beautiful antique, East Lake style Victorian Walnut, marble top Lamp Table, circa 1890s, with floral carved center and fancy burl walnut skirt, original white marble top which measures 19 1/2” W x 30” L x 29 1/2” T. Excellent finish and condition.

LOT 444 A fine antique REVERE Floor Lamp, circa 1920s, 70” T with 24” hexagon shade. Incredible full length filigree base and matching filigree shade of brass that overlays stained glass. A very scarce and exceptional floor lamp.

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LOT 446 High quality antique, quarter sawn oak Library Table with ornate center on massive claw foot base, circa 1900-1910, drawered skirt, 29” T x 38 1/2” L x 26” W, in excellent finish and condition, great eye appeal! LOT 447 Antique mahogany figural Pedestal, with fully carved lady, circa 1910, 12” diameter top, 36” T.

LOT 449 Round (Plexiglas) Curio Cabinet with brass ormolu, circa 1960s, 28” diameter x 64 1/2” T. Originally from the Harrison estate of east Texas.

LOT 450 Signed “Rembrandt” Goose Neck Floor Lamp, circa 1920s, 60” T with original embossed 7” bell shade, 9” claw foot, heavy brass base with embossed column that has marble spacers and ornate goose neck top.

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LOT 448 Massive two-piece, marble French Parlor Clock, eight day time & strike, with pendulum, circa 19001910, measures 21” W x 11” D x 10” T, with additional carved marble figure of lady that is 31” T. Figure shows some old repairs. As with all estate clocks it will be sold as is where is.

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LOT 451 Unique, antique brass and onyx Table Lamp with original acid etched shades, circa 1920-1925, stands 23” T x 4 1/2” claw foot onyx base, excellent condition, professionally rewired.

John S. Collins

LOT 452 Most unusual antique brass, Table Lamp with turkey foot base and ornate filigree shade, circa 1920s, nice rich dark aged brass patina, professionally rewired, 16 1/2” T, 6” W.

LOT 453 Early Half Seat Saddle with square skirt and Samstag Rig, 14” seat, 4” cantle, metal wrapped wooden stirrups, some felt remains, leather is supple. This exact saddle was on display at the National Cowboy Museum , maker John S. Collins, Cheyenne, Wyo., (18811885). Cattle drives to the northern ranges brought an economic boom to Cheyenne, Wyoming, attracting the interests of leading saddle makers like E.L. Gallatin, Frank A. Meanea and John S. Collins. Their popular half-seat saddles included improved trees and large saddle skirts with exposed rigging for easy maintenance. A lip on the cantle (back of the seat) known as a “Cheyenne roll” also served as a handle in a pinch.

LOT 454 Group of six early hand forged Branding Irons, all from south Texas ranches. WILL BE SOLD 6 X THE BID.

LOT 455 Early, hand made wooden Chest with double door front, with several metal straps on top, front, back and both sides. Chest measures 37 1/2” W x 27” D x 26” T. This early chest with a glass top would make a fantastic Coffee Table.

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LOT 456 Group of five early Mexican Spurs, all singles, some have 6” rowels, one has silver inlay. WILL BE SOLD 5 X THE BID.

LOT 457 Group of five early Mexican Spurs, all singles, some have 5” rowels, one has silver inlay. WILL BE SOLD 5 X THE BID.

LOT 458 Group of five early Mexican Spurs, all singles, some have 3 1/2” rowels, two have silver inlay, one with jingle bob. WILL BE SOLD 5 X THE BID.

LOT 460 Extremely fine rawhide woven Reins in the likeness of Ortega, 56” long with 11” tooled popper. We believe these have never been used.

LOT 459 Group of five early Mexican Spurs, all singles, some have 4” rowels, one with silver inlay. WILL BE SOLD 5 X THE BID.

LOT 461 Early mesquite Feed Bin on wooden rollers, with a 17” trap door in top, chain hasp, metal straps at front, back and both sides. Piece of molding missing on left top corner. Bin measures 49 1/2” W x 25 1/2” D x 32 1/2” T.

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LOT 462 Group of six early child’s Mexican Single Spurs, one with silver inlay, one is engraved solid brass, balance are iron. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. Sam Houston

LOT 463 Collection of seven iron Mexican Single Spurs, two with silver inlay, one with 4” rowel. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 464 Group of five single Spurs; (1) A Huntsville, Texas Prison made Spur, single mounted with matching two-piece Strap, mounted with prison made buckle and keeper with abalone inlay; (2) Ladies size double mounted Spur with silver overlay and vintage Strap; (3) Prison Made double mounted Spur 5 cent buffalo head nickel fixed button, with Strap; (4) Single mounted Spur, gal-leg with card suit pattern and Strap, possibly Kelley Bros; (5) Single mounted, full silver overlay Spur with arrow shank, with Strap. WILL BE SOLD 5 X THE BID.

LOT 465 An original Texas Land Grant #729, signed by Sam Houston, 19 November, 1860. The handwriting is legible but the style of the writing makes it difficult to read. Grayson County is mentioned and would do for further research. Document measures 14 5/8” x 12 1/2”.

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LOT 466 Antique, Cased Remington, New Model, SN 14002, Factory Conversion Revolver. The serial number is marked on the grip frame under the grips and on the bottom of the barrel. This is a 5-shot, .36 caliber percussion Revolver with a 3 1/2” barrel and blue finish, manufactured circa 1873. The barrel address is partially obscured by the front sight placement. This could indicate that the barrel was shortened although the barrel doesn’t appear to have been cut. The barrel, cylinder and cartridge conversion cylinder all have a significant amount of blue remaining. The trigger guard has some silver plating remaining. The bore is very good and the action functions properly. The original case comes with a powder flask, a Colts Patent marked bullet mold, the conversion cylinder and cap, a number of round lead balls and a working key.

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LOT 467 Antique, English Cased Colt, 1851 Navy, SN 179487, “Enfield Armory” marked Revolver. This revolver is pictured on page 122 in the book “COLONEL COLT LONDON” by Joseph G. Rosa and mentioned by serial number on pages 172 & 173 in the book “ ‘51 Colt Navies” by Nathan L. Swayze as an example of a scarce “Enfield” marked Navy revolver. Mr. Swayze is only aware of 16 such revolvers that exist in this country with all of them being in the 179487-188258 serial number range. The serial numbers match on the barrel, frame, trigger guard and backstrap with the last four on the cylinder. Some of these serial numbers are factory over stamped to provide proper matching. This is a 6-shot, .36 caliber, percussion revolver with a 7 1/2” barrel manufactured in 1864. The New York barrel address is lightly rolled but all readable as is the patent mark on the frame. The cylinder scene is light and partly visible. There are London proof marks on the barrel and cylinder. The barrel has traces of blue finish and the frame has flashes of case colors. The loading lever has more pronounced case colors on the lug. The original walnut grips have a significant amount of original varnish and a number of nicks and dings. The English Case is complete with proper and correct accoutrements including a Hawksley Powder Flask, UMC Cap Tin w/caps, a Colts Patent Bullet Mold, a Nipple Wrench and several round Lead Balls. The label inside the lid is nearly all intact but a little tattered. The lining in the case has some old repairs, loose partitions and minor missing felt. The exterior of the case is in good condition with normal bumps and bruises for the age. The action is good and the bore is average. Accompanying this English Cased Colt will be two books titled “ ‘51 Colt Navies” by Nathan L. Swayze and “Colonel Colt London” by Joseph G. Rosa. WILL SELL AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 468 Antique, fine condition, Cased Colt, Model 1849, Revolver, SN 291198. This is a 6-shot, 4” barrel, .31 caliber percussion revolver with blue finish, walnut stock and manufactured in 1867. The serial numbers match on the barrel, frame, trigger guard and backstrap with the last four digits on the cylinder and the last five on the wedge. The New York barrel address is strong as is the frame marking. There is a high percentage of original blue finish and case colors on all parts along with most of the original varnish on the perfect fitting grips. The Case is a period case that has been relined with new felt and includes a Powder Flask and “Colts Patent” marked Bullet Mold. The bore is excellent and the action is tight and solid.

LOT 469 Framed Flag labeled “3rd National Flag Confederate States / Briefly used, the 3rd National had a red field added to limit the confusion of it with a flag of surrender.” The Flag itself is marked “TENN” / “CASWELL BATTERY / SHILOH / SALTVILLE / STONEMAN’S”, Gallery framed to further protect this very fragile Flag. The Flag measures 20 1/2” x 33” with frame measuring 31 3/4” x 43 3/4”.

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LOT 470 Antique, Cased Colt, 1855 Root Sidehammer, SN 1198, Model 2 in silver finish. The serial number matches on the bottom of the butt on the bottom of the barrel and on the cylinder. This is a 5-shot, .28 caliber percussion revolver with a 3 1/2” barrel manufactured in 1855. The barrel address is mostly readable with flaking and pitting obscuring parts. The cylinder scene is mostly visible. The wood grips retain most of their original varnish but do not appear original to this revolver. The action doesn’t function properly and will need repairs. The bore is very nice. The period case is in very good condition and has proper accoutrements including a “Colts Patent” marked Powder Flask and Bullet Mold along with an empty Goldmark Cap Tin and a rusted Emperez (?) marked Turnscrew.

LOT 471 Antique Burnside, Model 1864, Single Shot Percussion Breech Loader, Saddle Ring Carbine, .54 caliber, SN 15335, 5th Model, manufactured 1863-1865, all matching numbers, blue finish with casehardened lever, 21” barrel, appears to be all original condition with cartouche on left side of stock, minor handling marks on stock and forend. This model was sold to the government and issued in large quantities.

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LOT 472 Civil War Era, Colt, 1851 Navy, Revolver, SN 111089, manufactured in 1861. The serial numbers match on the barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap and cylinder. This is a .36 caliber percussion revolver with a 7 1/2” barrel and replacement walnut grips. The trigger guard and backstrap are made of brass. There is no original finish remaining, the markings are readable and there are no caliber markings. The action functions properly and the bore is fair.

LOT 473 Colt, 1861 Navy Percussion .36 Caliber Cylinder. The cylinder scene is very strong and there is a significant amount of blue remaining. The numbers have been over stamped and are not readable.

LOT 474 Antique Colt, 1860 Army, revolver .44 caliber, 8” barrel, SN 69977 on the trigger guard and backstrap. The serial numbers on the barrel and frame have been over stamped and are unreadable. The cylinder serial number is also unreadable. The barrel address is readable as is the frame markings. There is no original finish remaining. The action doesn’t function properly and the bore is very rough with little to no rifling present. The walnut grips have a chip in right hand toe but fit well with the backstrap and trigger guard.

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LOT 475 Colt, 1860 Army Conversion, .44 Colt cylinder with 12 bolt stops. The cylinder scene is very faint from refinishing and rebluing. The Colts Patent and the patent dates are readable. It appears to have faint last 3 digits of a serial number 382.

LOT 476 Framed Confederate Flag, very fragile. Flag is marked “PALMETTO GUARD / FORT JOHNSON / S.C.”, and shows hand stitching. Note: parts of the staff ties are missing. Actual flag measures 21” x 32 1/2”, some cloth missing. In heavy shadow box frame that measures 29 1/4” x 41”. The Confederate Flags are rarely seen and rarely offered at auction.

LOT 477 Early Tin Type of two gentlemen shaking hands, both in uniform. The gentleman on left is in likeness of Robert E. Lee. Tin Type is in gutta percha case that measures 3 3/4” x 3 1/4”.

LOT 478 Early Sword marked “T. Warren / 23 Curitor St., London”, has fancy brass D-guard with ornate pommel, 29” floral engraved blade. Blade has several nicks on the edge believed to be from combat use, no sheath. Sword will be accompanied by a pair of very ornate, solid brass Spurs with very unusual shanks, the type of spur an officer would have used. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 479 Antique Colt, 1849 Conversion Revolver, SN 81203, .32 caliber rimfire. This is a blacksmith conversion of a 4” barrel, .31 caliber, 5-shot, percussion revolver. The back of the cylinder was cut to remove the percussion nipples and expose a bored through cylinder. A spacer was made to fill the void. The loading lever and it’s hardware has been removed. It appears that the firing pin has been removed. The serial numbers match on the barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap and cylinder. The replacement wedge is not numbered. The New York barrel address is clear as is the small Colts Patent on the frame. About half of the cylinder scene is visible. The grips fit well and may be original. The action functions and the bore is fair.

LOT 480 Antique Colt, New Model Police, revolver SN 316316, .38 caliber, rimfire, with a 5-shot cylinder. Sometimes referred to as conversions, these are described in the book “Variations of COLT’S” by Breslin, Pirie & Price as a Type 5 - New Model Police Breech Loading revolver with a new 3 1/2” round, solid barrel. While the barrel was made specifically for use as a cartridge gun, the frame on this Colt was converted from percussion. The serial number matches on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap with the numbers on the barrel and cylinder being too worn to read. The wedge is loose, not matching and is marked 25547. The serial number is in the upper range of the 1849 Pocket Model frame range and has the new breech loading patent dates. The original .31 CAL has not been over stamped with .36 CAL which is typically seen on this model. The factory conversion markings are all clear and readable. The action functions but does not advance the cylinder fully and has play in full lock up. The bore is dark. The replacement wood grips are undersized and have an old coat of added varnish.

LOT 481 Early Charcoal Drawing of Soldier with sword in a beautiful Victorian oak and gold gilt Frame. Frame measures 26 1/4” x 36 1/4”. Both frame and art are in excellent condition.

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LOT 482 Early Civil War Era, lock plate marked “Richardson & Overman / Philad./ SN 23513 / Gallager’s Patent July 17,1860”. Single Shot Percussion Carbine, dark grey patina, 22 1/4” round barrel, walnut stock with inlaid cap box, showing handling marks common with its age. Saddle ring bar has been removed as well as the front and rear sights. The Gallager saw extensive service during the Civil War. Among the many Cavalry regiments armed with it were the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th Ohio, the 13th Tennessee and the 3rd West Virginia.

LOT 483 Framed, hand tinted Photograph of Civil War Soldier in uniform in a magnificent antique oak and gold gilt shadow box frame that measures 23 1/4” x 26 1/4”, in original finish and condition.

LOT 484 Antique Burnside, Saddle Ring Carbine, SN 37136 marked on top of the frame “Patent March 25,1856”, also marked on lock plate “Burnside Rifle Co. Providence, RI.”, manufactured 1857-1865, 21” round barrel, believed to be a 3rd Model, .54 caliber, overall condition is fair with spotting on barrel, handling marks on stock and forend.

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LOT 485 Collection of 40 antique Prints from the Etchings done by Edwin Forbes (1839-1895), illustrating the Battles and Day to Day Life of the Soldiers of the Civil War. These Prints measure 19” x 24” and are copyrighted 1876. Some of these Prints are fragile around the outside edges. Included in this lot is a book titled “A Civil War Artist At The Front / Edwin Forbes’ Life Studies of the Great Army”, edited by William Forrest Dawson, Oxford University Press, 1957. This book includes illustrations of the etchings with details and information about the artist and the art work. At the age of 22, Edwin Forbes was assigned as a “Special Artist” to cover the Civil War. In 1876, Edwin Forbes created his famous series of 40 etchings, “Life Studies of the Great Army”, which won him a gold medal at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition the same year. This collection of prints and the book WILL SELL AS ONE LOT.

LOT 486 Large format Print of Abraham Lincoln taken from Ambrotype done May 7, 1858. Hand inscribed on reverse “This photo hung in funeral home, Washington Court House, Ohio 85 Years”, The original Ambrotype was made by Abraham Byers in Beardstown, Ill, May 7, 1858, documented by an early label on back of the print. This lot will include a copy of July 4, 2005 where a similar rendering of the image was used for the cover. Actual frame size 43” W x 53” T.

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LOT 487 Early Traveling Case, and contents, marked “Wm. H. Horstman Company / 5th & Cherry St. Philadelphia / Uniforms for All Societies”. On right side it is marked “A.B. Douglass, Pittsfield, Me.” Possibly the original owner of this case. Contents of this case include: Small brass Bugle; A silk and leather Belt for sword, fragile; Pair of cavalry Spurs with heel chains; A Tin Box that contains a pair of gold plated and silk Epaulets #42 with a note “CAPT Louis E. Crone, U.S.A. of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Enl. 22d Mass. Inf., Sept. 20, 1861, Gaines Mill, Va. Second Lieutenant, Sept. 26, 1862. First Lieutenant, Dec. 16, 1862. Captain, 42d U.S. Inf., July 28, 1866”; A cylinder Document Case. Case is canvas covered with wood and leather edges, brass corners, in very good condition. Case measures 18 1/2” W x 11” D x 11 5/8” T.

LOT 488 Sharps, Model 1855, U.S. Carbine, .54 caliber with a 22 1/2” barrel, brass butt plate and patch box. Serial number 20381 and “Sharps / Patent / 1848” marked on upper tang. Shows some roughness on the upper tang, behind the breech. Fitted on the right side of the frame for a tape primer beneath the hinge on the trap door that opens down for loading. The tape primer cover is marked “Edward Maynard / Patented 1845”. The brass barrel band is missing. The action functions properly and the bore is dark with roughness. May possibly be a Navy Rifle with the barrel reduced.

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LOT 489 Antique “Bacon Manufacturing Co., Norwich, Conn.” marked, Navy Model, Revolver, 6-shot, .38 caliber rimfire, 7 1/2” octagon barrel, with scroll engraving, large size iron frame, spur trigger, two piece walnut grips, jointed hinged lever under barrel, which acts both as a center pin and ejector rod for spent cartridges. Smooth spotty aged finish.

LOT 490 Four vintage Brass Powder Flasks, all are 6” long; Three have embossed cannons, flags and rifles; One has embossed Fleur di Lis. WILL SELL 4 X THE BID

LOT 491 Three embossed Brass Powder Flasks; One with dog and hunter; One with dog; One with Fleur di Lis. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 492 Nice Winchester, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, .30/30 caliber, SN 1804672, manufactured 1951, blue finish, 20” round barrel, receiver shows some thinning on lower and top portion, otherwise retains much blue, walnut stock and forend, good wood, nice finish, used. (MODERN)

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McChesney

Marion Terrell

McChesney

LOT 494 Fine pair of single mounted Spurs by noted Bokchito, Oklahoma Bit and Spur Maker Marion Terrell, copper and silver hand engraved overlay with eagle head shanks, mounted with two-piece floral Straps with fixed etched buttons.

LOT 493 Pair of antique double mounted Spurs by McChesney (#3), really nice early pair with copper and silver overlay, fixed peanut shaped buttons, mounted with vintage two-piece Straps, with embossed buckles and keepers.

LOT 495 Pair of vintage McChesney Spurs, #102, single mounted with silver engraved overlay, mounted with a pair of plain two-piece leather Straps with oval buckles. Straps are marked “Lane Smith, Aspermont, Texas”.

S.C. Gallup

Buermann

LOT 497 This lot consists of two “101” marked items to include: A pair of star marked Buermann Spurs with silver mounting on heel bands marked “101”. Spurs have straight shanks and are mounted with a pair of Wild West style two-piece vintage leather Straps marked with silver spots “101”; Plain Iron Bit with silver mounted cheek piece marked “101”. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 496 Pair of vintage tooled leather Roping Cuffs marked “S.C. Gallup Saddle Co. Pueblo”, (1869-1924). Cuffs are in good shape, leather is supple with bunkhouse carving.

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Les Vogt B.A. Day LOT 498 A pair of floral tooled Roping Cuffs, stamped “101 Ranch, Ponca City, Okla.” Good condition, all matching snaps.

LOT 499 Pair of fancy single mounted Spurs marked “B.A. Day”, with silver inlay in the card suit pattern, drop shanks, silver engraved rowel covers, jingle bobs and heel chains. Mounted with a pair of lightly tooled two-piece Straps marked “Joe Gish”. NOTE: This is the first pair of “Joe Gish” marked Straps we have ever seen!

LOT 500 Pair of fancy “Les Vogt” marked Spurs, stainless with unique shanks and chap guards, mounted with a pair of floral tooled two-piece Straps with raised engraved silver conchos.

LOT 501 Outstanding Winchester, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, .32 WS caliber, SN 1641172, manufactured 1949, blue finish, 20” round barrel, walnut stock and forearm, very nice finish, good bore, used. (MODERN)

LOT 502 Winchester, Model 94, Lever Action Carbine, .30/30 caliber, SN 2584134, manufactured 1963, blue finish, 20” round barrel, retains most of its original blue finish, stock retains most of its original varnish with some handling marks. Bright shiny bore, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 503 Colt, Government Model, .45 ACP caliber, Semi-Automatic Pistol, SN C26728, blue finish, 5” barrel. This pistol was originally shipped in 1916. This beautifully done Colt has been restored and upgraded with components that were introduced in 1924, not originally as manufactured, but very nicely done, used. (MODERN)

LOT 504 Colt, Government Model, “National Match”, .45 ACP caliber, Semi-Automatic Pistol, SN 18346-NM, blue finish, 5” barrel, an early “Gold Cup” before the logo was added. In an original Colt Box with paperwork, shipped in 1966, near new condition but enhanced by polishing of the hammer, trigger and barrel, with military contract magazine. Overall desirable Colt National Match Automatic, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 505 Colt, Government Model, .45 ACP caliber, Semi-Automatic Pistol, SN 250126-C, blue finish, 5” barrel. In the correct original Colt Box with paperwork. Near new condition and all correct. The barrel has a rough bore, probably test fired once by the new owner and put away without cleaning. Still a beautiful and desirable Colt, shipped in 1951, used. (MODERN)

LOT 506 Remington Rand, Model 1911 A, Semi-Automatic Pistol, marked “U.S. ARMY”, .45 ACP caliber, SN 2073032, manufactured 1944, Du-lite finish, 5” barrel, checkered grips, very nice condition, good bore, sold in original box with matching serial number, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 507 New in box Colt, Government Model 1911, .38 Super caliber, Semi-Automatic Pistol, SN 2930861, blue finish, 5” barrel, checkered grips, sold with extra magazine, manual, “Colt” marked trigger lock and original hang tag. Sold with original hard “Colt” marked, serial numbered hard carry case.(MODERN) LOT 508 Colt, Buntline Scout, Single Action Revolver, .22 LR caliber, SN 185750F, stainless finish, 9 1/2” barrel, excellent condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 509 Cased Pair of Colt, Single Shot Deringers titled “LADY DERINGER”, .22 Short caliber, consecutive SN’s 49963 / 49964, mixed finish nickel / nickel and blue, 2 1/2” barrels, showing some scratches in finish, large chip from right hand pearl grip. Sold in the original fitted box and the original cardboard shipping box, used. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. (MODERN)

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LOT 510 High condition, factory boxed, High Standard, W-100 Double-Nine, Revolver, .22 caliber, SN 831857, matte finish with blue barrel and cylinder, 5 1/2” barrel, original “High Standard” marked grips, casehardened hammer and trigger. Sold in original picture box, used. (MODERN)

LOT 511 JAGER ITALY, Model 1875 Dakota, Single Action Revolver, .357 M caliber, SN 71486, nickel finish, 5 1/2” barrel, one piece walnut grips, very nice overall condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 513 Unique & Historical Framed Collection of Indian Artifacts found on a farm next to the Spiro Mounds in Spiro, Ok many years ago. Spiro is a town in Le Flore County, Ok. These mounds were the most western mounds of the Mississippi Mound Builders. Over 100 Points and Artifacts displayed in a great style.

LOT 512 Bronze Sculpture titled “Old Dragoons”, copy of one of Remington’s famous bronzes, 19” L x 11” T on marble base.

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LOT 514 Antique Winchester, Model 1866, Yellowboy Lever Action, Saddle Ring Carbine, .44 caliber C.F., SN 168523, manufactured 1891, 20” round barrel with light brown patina, good bore, nice wood with minor handling marks, fully engraved receiver with mustard color patina. Three piece cleaning rod in stock. Engraved Indian with head dress on left side of receiver, engraved standing buffalo on right side of the receiver. Very good condition.

LOT 516 Pictorial YEI Rug with birds, measuring 24 1/2” x 33”, good condition.

LOT 515 Doe skin, multi color beaded & fringed Tobacco Bag, 27” long with beaded Tepees and U.S. flags, and a pair of matching doe skin and fully beaded Moccasins, circa 1940s. Both in very good condition. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 517 Beautiful Heishi Turquoise & Coral Necklace of Indian Design. Beautiful Work.

LOT 518 Silver and turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace with 12 turquoise inlaid tulips, Navajo pearl beads and turquois inlaid Naja.

LOT 519 Unique and very attractive silver Necklace with bear claw Naja that has a large inset turquoise stone.

LOT 520 Beautiful Avian design Pottery, marked “Christine C. Tosa / Jimenez Pueblo”, 11” T x 12” Dia.

LOT 521 Large Pottery marked “SRATYU’WE / G. PAQUIN ‘85 / LAGUNA”, 10” T x 12” Dia.

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LOT 522 This lot consists of two pieces of Clay Sculpture to include: (1) “Jim RedHawk” signed Clay Sculpture titled “Blue Jacket”, measures 11 1/2” T x 7” W. (2) Clay Sculpture marked “WE ARE ONE”. These two pieces WILL SELL 2 X THE BID.

LOT 524 Three Stone Ax Heads, one measures 6” long; one measures 4 3/4” long; and one measures 4” long. WILL BE SOLD 3 X THE BID. LOT 523 Three pieces of Hopi Pueblo Pottery, circa 1940, various sizes and forms, nice clean painted designs. One piece is marked “Laura Tmosie”. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 525 Antique U.S. Springfield Trapdoor Carbine, Model 1884, .45/70 caliber, SN 87482, decorated with brass tacks in forend and stock. 21” barrel with front sight removed,

LOT 526 Early Full Stock, Muzzle loading Rifle, lock is marked “LEMAN, LANCASTER, PA.”, set trigger, 34” barrel, approximately, .50 caliber, complete with wooden ramrod, brass furniture with patch box inlaid in stock. Stock has hairline crack behind the hammer.

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LOT 527 Unique, hand made leather fringed Belt Rig with fringed Scabbard for a hand made Side Knife, 11” blade x 18” overall length, large U.S. Buckle, many brass spots decorating balance of belt.

LOT 528 Antique Ivory handled Side Knife, 7 1/4” blade x 13 1/4” overall length, with custom made beaded and tack Scabbard. LOT 529 Pair of cloth, Beaded Leggings with multi-color silk border, very nice condition, measure 39” L x 15” W, shows to be hand stitched.

Maldonado

LOT 530 An original Painting by artist Maldonado, dated ‘95, signed lower right in frame that measures 17 1/2” x 37 1/2”.

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LOT 532 Antique oak, country store, double sliding glass door Showcase, circa 1910, original finish. Showcase measures 70 1/2” L x 24” D x 37 1/2” T. At far right end of glass there are two Cigar Advertisements for “El Producto” & “Travis Club”.

LOT 531 Vintage Plains and Cowry Shell Dance Dress with matching Moccasins, circa 1940s, very good condition.

LOT 533 Scarce Smith & Wesson, Pre-Model 27, Double Action Revolver, fully engraved, .357 MAG caliber, SN 79999, manufactured 1951, 3 1/2” barrel, nickel finish, with mother of pearl type grips, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 534 Smith & Wesson, Snub Nose Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W caliber, SN 32800, manufactured 1952,1 3/4” barrel, blue finish, walnut checkered grips, very good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 535 Smith & Wesson, Airweight, Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN L3884, blue finish, 1 3/4” barrel, S&W inlaid walnut grips, excellent condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 536 Smith & Wesson, Double Action Revolver, MP, .38 SPL caliber, SN 231725, renickeled finish with some flaking in muzzle area and cylinder, 6” barrel, two-piece mother of pearl grips, mechanically sound, good bore, used. (MODERN) LOT 537 Colt, Official Police, Double Action Revolver, .38 caliber, SN 11382, renickeled finish, 4” barrel, black Colt checkered grips with small nick on left grip, some flaking nickel mainly on cylinder and some discoloring. Revolver sells with a law enforcement style Holster and Belt, used. (MODERN)

LOT 538 Smith & Wesson, Model MP, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 985476, manufactured 1953, blue finish, 5” barrel, factory checkered walnut grips, excellent finish and condition, showing small amount of edge wear on trigger guard, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 539 Smith & Wesson, Model 15-3, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 1K61167, manufactured 1971, blue finish, 4” barrel, showing light edge wear on cylinder and muzzle, used. (MODERN)

LOT 540 Smith & Wesson, Model 10-5, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN C753906, blue finish, 4” barrel, showing some thinning of finish on right side of frame and top of the barrel, original S&W checkered grips, used. (MODERN)

E. Garcia

LOT 542 Unique pair of single mounted silver inlaid Spurs marked “E. Garcia”, with horseshoe shaped shanks, silver engraved buttons, multi-point rowels with jingle bobs. Mounted with a pair of two-piece basket weave Straps.

Crockett

LOT 541 A matching pair of antique oak, bevel glass Showcases, circa 19151920, counter top model with bevel glass front door entry, in original finish and condition, measure 13 3/4” W x 13” D x 19 1/2” T. All beveled glass with mirrored back. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 543 A pair of old stock “Crockett” marked, hand engraved nickel finish, never used Spurs, has original leather hang tag with catalog number “608W”.

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LOT 544 Group of new/old stock, unused Spur Straps (3 Pair), with original hang tags. These were originally sold by “Crockett & Kelly, Broomfield, Colo.” WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 545 A pair of “Miller” marked, double mounted Spurs (#3), mounted with a pair of two-piece “Leddy Foster” marked spotted basket weave Straps, with 2” raised, engraved steer head conchos marked by “Jack Ferguson” and fancy oval buckles.

E. Garcia

Buddy Cockrell

LOT 546 Pristine pair of unused, single mounted Spurs marked “E. Garcia”, with double rowels and hand engraved silver on heel bands and silver rope edge. Mounted with a pair of plain spotted two-piece Straps with oval buckles.

LOT 547 Pair of “Buddy Cockrell” marked single mounted Spurs mounted with hand engraved silver overlay with ranch brand of “Bar M”. Spurs have floral swing buttons and are mounted with a pair of two-piece basket weave Straps.

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C.L. Rodgers

LOT 548 Pair of “C.L. Rodgers” marked single mounted Spurs (#31), with engraved fixed buttons, clover leaf style rowels, mounted with a pair of oak leaf two-piece Straps. Straps are marked “Billy M. Maples”.

LOT 549 Pair of heavy, custom made wooden and steel Spur Stands with heavy iron weighted base. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

LOT 550 Custom made Showcase Table with glass lift top, display area, 40” Square x 31 1/2” T, finished in an antique style paint, with heavy legs supporting showcase top. LOT 551 Exceptional Colt, Double Action Revolver, Army Special, .38 caliber, SN 362952, fine original high blue finish with very light edge wear at muzzle, 6” barrel, original checkered grips, used. Collector quality! (MODERN)

LOT 550A Four matching custom made Chairs finished in an antique style paint, with unique raised shield on either side. These heavy chairs match the previous Showcase Table, and measure 35” T at back x 24” W at arms x 19” seats. WILL BE SOLD 4 X THE BID.

LOT 552 Smith & Wesson, Model of a 1905 Hand Ejector, M/P Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W SPL caliber, SN 1278198, manufactured 1915-1942, blue finish, 6” barrel, walnut checkered grips, some thinning in finish on barrel and some edge wear on cylinder and muzzle area, bright bore, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 553 A Ruger Blackhawk, Single Action Revolver, .41 MAG caliber, SN 10488, blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, original walnut grips. Excellent condition with engraved initials at bottom of frame “9E”,used. (MODERN)

LOT 555 mith & Wesson, Chiefs Special, Model CS9, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM Para caliber, SN EKW2870, matte finish, 3” barrel, very good condition, sold with one extra magazine, sold in a hard padded carry case, used. (MODERN)

LOT 554 Colt, Model 1878, Double Action Revolver, .45 COLT caliber, SN 41170, manufactured 1899, grey to dark brown aged patina, 5 1/2” barrel, original checkered grips with lanyard, bore is fair, needs some attention to the cylinder catch, otherwise good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 556 Boxed Regent, Model BR9SS, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9x19 MM caliber, SN T062019BY00882, stainless finish with wooden checkered grips, 4 1/2” barrel, sold in original fitted hard case that includes manual, tools, trigger lock, and two high capacity magazines. This is a copy of a Browning High Power, used. (MODERN)

LOT 557 Like new Smith & Wesson, MP, Model M2.0, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .40 S&W caliber, SN NBM4073, matte finish, 4” barrel, sold in its original “S&W” marked, fitted hard case with manual, factory magazine spacers, two grip changers and extra high capacity magazine, used. (MODERN)

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Melvin Warren

LOT 558 Belgium marked Browning, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 28699P70, blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, “Browning” marked plastic checkered grips, shows some light thinning in finish on left side of barrel, otherwise good condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 561 Large wooden Drum, 22” T x 19 1/2” Diameter with rawhide top, bottom and handles, very good condition.

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LOT 559 Daewoo, Model DP51, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM Para caliber, SN 409631, grey matte finish, 4” barrel. Left side of pistol shows heavy handling marks and loss of finish, possibly dropped, otherwise good, used. (MODERN)

LOT 562 Pair of vintage, tall top, doe skin and beaded front Moccasins, very fragile.

LOT 560 Original framed Oil on Canvas Painting, “COZY HOUSE IN THE SNOW”, created 1972, signed lower left “Melvin Warren / RR72”, actual painting measures 24” x 20”, with frame measuring 29 1/4” x 25 1/4”. Accompanying this oil painting will be two pages of askART findings.

LOT 563 Pair of Wild West beaded Gauntlets with fringed border, circa 1920s, showing age and use but very good condition.

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LOT 565 Antique U.S. Springfield, Model 1870, Trapdoor Rifle with eagle head, crossed arrows and U.S. marked on top of the trapdoor, “1863” marked on top of lock plate, .50 caliber centerfire, SN 33277, grey finish on barrel with some blue visible on receiver, 32 1/2” barrel, light hairline crack in stock behind hammer with old repair.

LOT 564 Extremely fine wooden Carving titled “Joe Bear Claw”, very impressive detail with bear claw necklace and heavy fringed jacket, 19” T x 6 1/2” base. Note: Accompanied by a separately carved rifle.

LOT 566 Antique 12 gauge, Double Barrel, Mule Ear Shotgun, manufactured by “Wilmot Gun Company”, with engraved receiver and highly carved stock, 30” barrels, dark brown aged patina.

LOT 567 Extremely fine antique Double Barrel Drillin, Muzzle Loading Shotgun / Rifle, 12 gauge / approximately .44 caliber, made by early American Gun Maker “F. Weiss, Port Gervis, New York”, finely engraved lock plates and hammers, fancy silver hardware with inlaid silver patch box in stock, fancy wood with checkered Monte Carlo stock, 33” barrels with aged patina.

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LOT 568 Framed collection of Arrowheads and Points, totaling 31 artifacts. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 569 Framed collection of Arrowheads and Points, totaling approximately 70 artifacts. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 570 Beautiful antique “Westley Richards, London” marked, double barrel, 12 gauge, Mule Ear Shotgun with profusely engraved side plates, hammers, top of breech, trigger guard and bottom tang, SN 12456, “Patented October 10, 1865”, high grade walnut checkered stock and forend, 31” barrels, very eye appealing, very fine condition for its age.

LOT 571 Antique Muzzle Loading Double Barrel, 16 gauge, Mule Ear Percussion Shotgun, lock plate is inlaid in gold and marked “Emile LaPort & Cle”, gold inlay on barrel flats is marked “Ruban Damas”, 29” barrels with unusual trigger guard, high grade wood with inlaid silver cap box. Complete with wooden ramrod with brass cap.

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LOT 572 Fancy framed pair of Wild West beaded and fringed doe skin Gauntlets with fur border, circa 1920s, showing age but appear to be in good condition. Shadow box frame measures 21” x 28 3/4” x 2 1/2” D. Gauntlets have a print copy of the famous Buffalo Bill included.

LOT 573 Beautiful antique, embossed brass adjustable Bookends, circa 1920s-1930s, with embossed Indian Chiefs, great quality, measures 11 3/4” L x 5 3/4” T, in nice original patina.

LOT 574 Pair of vintage Indian Chief Bookends, circa 1920s, marked “Verona”, 5 1/2” T x 4 1/2” W, in excellent original finish. LOT 575 Early Navajo Wearing Blanket with unique design, showing great lazy lines, 53” W x 72” L, shows some fading with an area that needs repair in the stitching. LOT 576 Early Ladies Concho Belt, circa 1890-1900, with turquoise mounted buckle and 17 embossed conchos with small inlaid stones. Belt is fragile.

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LOT 578 Navajo style Silver Watch Cuff with gold plating, maker marked “TF 1/20 12K GF”.

LOT 577 Pair of silver Grips for a Colt Single Action Revolver with 16 mounted turquoise stones. Grips have rope twist border. Left grip has a nick out of one stone.

LOT 580 Two Piece matching Necklace & Cuff. Necklace has single to double silver Navajo Pearl Beads with 10 owls and three owl Naja. Owls have inlaid turquoise, coral and brown stones. Silver Cuff has three matching owls. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. LOT 581 Three piece set of two Cuffs and one Necklace to include: A three strand beaded Necklace with turquoise, coral and black beads with silver beads interspersed; One “Sterling / F.A. DeGay” marked Cuff with cowboy roping cow and two inset turquoise stones; One “Sterling / F.A. DeGay” marked Cuff with steer skull and two red stones. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 579 Heavy sterling Chain with large Sharks Tooth in silver mount. Chain measures 22” long.

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LOT 584 Vintage Indian made horsehair Bridle with early Navajo silver conchos on leather cheek piece, rosettes and brow band, mounted with early iron, round Bit.

LOT 582 Framed Watercolor (1992) by noted Artist Milton Lucas, winter scene, frame size 25 3/4” x 35”.

LOT 583 Large Kachina Doll marked on base “ White Buffalo / WEMAYTEWA”, 32 1/2” tall.

LOT 585 Antique Muzzle Loading Mule Ear Shotgun, approximately 10 gauge, marked on barrel flat “London Fine Twist”, 31” barrel, dark brown aged patina, complete with ramrod.

LOT 586 Early Muzzle Loading Mule Ear Shotgun, approximately 16 gauge, engraved lock plate marked “Geo. Grove”, top of the barrel flat is marked “London”, 31” barrels, checkered stock, complete with ramrod.

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LOT 587 Wooden Drum with rawhide leather cover, hand painted eagles and feather, 12” Diameter 7” tall.

LOT 589 Pair of leather and quill, custom made doe skin Leggings. These are the type used in many of the motion pictures. Approximately 36” long with horsehair fringe.

LOT 588 Beautiful Elk Hide fringed and beaded War Shirt. This is the type made for many of the motion pictures such as Dancing With Wolves. Shirt has hair drops with mother of pearl buttons, very good condition.

LOT 590 Elk Hide Quiver with fringe, decorated with quill and turkey feathers. Wooden Bow and one arrow. The type used in motion pictures.

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LOT 591 Early hand made Flintlock Musket, no maker mark visible, part octagon / part round barrel, approximately .70 caliber bore, fancy brass hardware, complete with ramrod.

LOT 592 Antique, Double Barrel, 10 gauge, Muzzle Loading Shotgun with engraved lock and hammers, no maker mark, barrel flat is marked “Fine Laminated Steel”, dark brown patina, good wood.

LOT 593 Custom made Beaded and Leather Flap Holster with later Military buttons.

LOT 594 Hand made Side Knife with wooden handle, 5 1/2” blade, 9 1/2” overall length. Accompanied by a fully beaded leather Sheath that fits knife well.

LOT 595 Framed leather & quill Carry Bag with fringe.

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LOT 596 Replica of a Brown Bess Rifle, the type used in the movies “The Patriot” and “The Last of the Mohicans”. Overall length is 55” long. Made of some type synthetic material.

LOT 599 Belgium Browning, HP, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN T262706, manufactured 1969, blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, wooden checkered grips, excellent finish and condition, used. (MODERN) LOT 597 Unique early Victorian wooden and cast iron Plant Stand with nine cast iron, round pot holders, fancy cast iron footed base, and wooden turned center post. Stand measures 37 1/2” T x 23” base. Very unique item, very good condition. LOT 598 Custom made, one piece Corner Cabinet, done in antique style paint, should fit in any corner, 79” T x 39” W.

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LOT 600 High Condition Smith & Wesson, Model 10-5, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN D309276, manufactured 1969, blue finish, 4” barrel with special combat hammer, original S&W walnut grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 601 Belgium Browning, HP, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN T2851111, manufactured 1968, blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, high condition with original wooden checkered grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 602 Sante Fe, Model 1903-A3, Bolt Action Rifle, .30/06 caliber, SN 5003373, matte finish, 20” barrel, stock has excellent finish with “Limb Saver” recoil pad, used. (MODERN)

LOT 603 Ruger, No. 1, Single Shot, Falling Block Rifle, .270 caliber, SN 132-66008, blue finish, 26” barrel, nice wood with checkered pistol grip and forend, original Ruger recoil pad, mounted with a Weaver K-4 Scope with lens covers, used. Really a nice Rifle! (MODERN)

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LOT 604 Ruger, No. 1, Single Shot, Falling Block Rifle, .270 WIN caliber, SN 132-51867, manufactured 1984, blue finish, 22” barrel, nice wood with checkered pistol grip and forend, original Ruger recoil pad, used. (MODERN)

LOT 605 Fabrique Nationale, Bolt Action Rifle, 6.5x57 caliber, SN 1548, blue finish, 24” barrel, receiver is tapped for scope, nice wood, used. (MODERN)

LOT 606 Boxed Colt Police Protective, Double Action Revolver, .38 caliber, SN 78516, manufactured 1915, blue finish, 4” barrel, original grips, finish is good with light muzzle wear and front of trigger guard, sold in original brown “Colt” marked box, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 607 Boxed Smith & Wesson, Model 36, Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W SPL caliber, SN 138525, manufactured 1958, excellent blue finish, 2” snub nose barrel, sold in original S&W box with matching serial number, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 608 Smith & Wesson, Model 10-5, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN C588508, manufactured 1961, blue finish, 2” barrel, nice condition with original walnut checkered grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 609 Smith & Wesson, Model 36, Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W caliber, SN 746158, blue finish, 2” barrel, original S&W checkered grips, very nice condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 611 Smith & Wesson, Model Airweight (Body Guard), Pre-Model 38, 5-shot Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 117231, manufactured 1957, blue finish, 2” barrel, original S&W checkered grips, overall good condition with scratches on frame, left side and front of hammer, used. (MODERN)

LOT 612 Beautiful profusely engraved Colt, Mustang, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .380 caliber, SN MU17720, grey finish, 3” barrel, polished stag grips, high quality engraving, used. (MODERN)

LOT 610 Smith & Wesson, Model Airweight, 5-shot Revolver, .38 S&W SPL caliber, SN CCU5552, stainless finish, 2” barrel, very good condition, showing turn line, sold in original “S&W” marked hard carry case, used. (MODERN)

LOT 613 Boxed Sig Sauer, Model SP2022, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM Para caliber, SN 24B129631, matte finish, 4” barrel, sold in original “Sig Sauer” marked box that includes paperwork, trigger lock, and a set of extra Sig Sauer grips, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 614 Boxed Para, Model 1911, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .45 ACP caliber, SN P160057, matte finish, 5” barrel, near pristine condition, sold in original “PARA” marked hard case with matching serial number that contains manual, trigger lock and tools, used. (MODERN)

LOT 615 Engraved Colt, Pocket Model 25 Auto, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .25 caliber, SN 61130, blue finish, 2” barrel, fully engraved with Colt Medallion mother of pearl grips, good overall condition with some light scratching on slide, used. (MODERN)

LOT 617 KAHR, P9, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM caliber, SN YA9672, matte finish, 3 1/4” barrel, excellent condition with magazine extension, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 616 Colt, Huntsman, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 173924C, bright blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, checkered grips, very nice condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 618 Taurus, PT145, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .45 ACP caliber, SN NWB37286, matte finish, 3 1/4” barrel, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 619 Austin, Texas $20.00 Treasury Warrant dated 1863, for Military Service to a W.W. Reynolds.

LOT 620 Silver Certificate, Blanket Dollar marked “Series of 1899”. Bill shows some folds but is very legible. LOT 621 GOLD RUSH PEPPERBOX-SILVER FRAME, .22 caliber. Made on the style of the Allen & Thurber of the mid-1800s, except these reproductions have an all metal frame and grips. For re-enactors from the Gold Rush days through the Civil War, especially good for a riverboat gambler’s hide out gun. Stock is a nickel plated, metal grip and frame with scroll engraving. Barrel is a blued, 2 1/2” round, .220 diameter, 6-shot percussion. Features steel hammer and trigger. Overall length is 6 1/4”. Manufactured by Astra / Spain.

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LOT 622 STAG ARMS, Semi-Automatic Model, Stag-15 Carbine, 5.56 MM caliber, SN 72543, matte finish, 18” barrel with adjustable stock, excellent condition, mounted with a Tasco 4x40 Scope, used. (MODERN)

LOT 623 Fine condition Mauser, Bolt Action Rifle, Standard Model, Custom 8 MM-06 IMP caliber, SN B57783, excellent blue finish, 22” barrel with jeweled bolt, checkered pistol grip stock with Monte Carlo cheek, used. (MODERN)

LOT 624 Mauser, Model 98, Bolt Action Rifle, Custom .30/06 caliber, SN 414NH, blue finish, 24” custom barrel, beautiful walnut stock with Monte Carlo cheek and fitted Pachmayr recoil pad, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 625 Heavy Aluminum Case consisting of eight (8) Walkie Talkies, three are matched pairs, with a double charger. All are marked “Motorola”. WILL SELL AS ONE LOT. AS IS. LOT 627 Collection of five early Victorian and turn of the century Photo Albums to include: (1) One with Indian on oval front with music box. (2) One with Victorian Lady on easel stand. (3) One with two children on easel stand. (4) One has celluloid man & woman on front. (5) One has battleship with music box. Some have pictures, some pages are fragile. WILL BE SOLD 5 X THE BID.

LOT 626 Beautiful Bronze Figural Table Lamp, marked on shield at base “AURORE”, measures 44 3/4” T x 13” Sq. base.

LOT 629 Hand carved Tobacco Holder, 16” Bear holding a tree stump. Very good condition, great detail.

LOT 628 Beautiful Bronze Figural Card Holder of lady sitting on lily pads, circa 1920s, 9 1/2” W x 6” T.

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LOT 630 High Standard, Supermatic Trophy, Model 103, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 1149028, blue finish, 9” barrel, with flash suppressor and two barrel weights, S&W thumb rest grips. Pistol shows some thinning of finish on right side of receiver, used. (MODERN)

LOT 631 Boxed Smith & Wesson, Model 325 NG, Double Action Revolver, .44 MAG caliber, SN CMW6101, matte finish, 2 1/2” barrel, excellent condition. Sold in an “S&W” marked blue plastic Factory Box, used. (MODERN)

LOT 632 High condition, Smith & Wesson, Sport-King, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 341242, blue finish, 4 1/2” barrel, original plastic checkered grips with thumb rest, excellent condition, used. (MODERN) LOT 633 Boxed Smith & Wesson, Model SW40VE, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .40 S&W caliber, SN PBD6655, matte finish, 4” barrel, excellent condition, sold with original “S&W” marked blue carry case, used. (MODERN)

LOT 634 Colt, Official Police, Double Action Revolver, .38 caliber, SN 285046, blue refinish, 2” snub nose barrel, Colt wooden grips, very good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 635 Smith & Wesson, Model 36, 5-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN AFH9818, blue finish, 2” barrel, appears to have a blacksmith shortened hammer, checkered S&W grips, very nice condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 636 Sig Sauer, Model P6, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM x 19 caliber, SN M504889, matte finish, 4” barrel, sold with extra magazine with belt clip, used. (MODERN)

LOT 637 Very desirable Action Arms, Slide Action Rifle titled “Timberwolf ”, .357 MAG caliber, SN 08273, blue finish, 18” round barrel, excellent finish and condition, mounted with a Savage 4x Scope, used. (MODERN)

LOT 639 Vintage leather Slap Stick, with lead shot in the end, 8 1/2” long, 16” overall length. This was the type used by many law enforcement agencies.

LOT 638 Smith & Wesson, Model 19-4, Double Action Revolver, .357 MAG caliber, SN 121K627, blue finish, 4” barrel, finish loss at muzzle area, turn line and some light edge wear, original S&W grips. Sold in a heavy made law enforcement snap Holster, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 641 Boxed KAHR ARMS, Model P380, Black Rose Semi-Automatic Pistol, .380 caliber, SN RD3429, matte finish with nickel slide, 2 1/2” barrel, fine condition, sold in original fitted box with three magazines, lock and manuals, used. (MODERN) LOT 640 Smith & Wesson, Model 19-3, Double Action Revolver, .357 MAG caliber, SN 4K26373, hand ejector, manufactured 1973, nickel finish, 4” barrel, original S&W checkered grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 643 Boxed Ruger, Model P95DC, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM x 19 caliber, SN 311-35091, matte finish, 3 1/2” barrel, very nice condition sold in original fitted box with extra magazine, used. (MODERN) LOT 642 APINTL-PAHRU NV, Model 200, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN AP1339112, matte finish, 4” barrel, rubber checkered grips, good condition with light muzzle wear and a few handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 644 Marlin, Model 29, Slide Action Rifle, .22 caliber, SN NV, blue finish, 22” barrel, good condition with minor handling marks, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 645 Fabrique Nationale, Bolt Action Rifle, 6 x .284 caliber, SN 24302, blue finish, custom 24” Flaig’s barrel, beautiful walnut checkered stock with Pachmayr recoil pad, barrel has two small rubbed areas, drilled for scope, complete with swivels, used. (MODERN)

LOT 647 Colt, Police Positive, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 162263, showing some blue in protected areas, balance dark grey patina, 5” barrel, used. (MODERN)

LOT 649 Smith & Wesson, Model 1905 MP, Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W SPL caliber, SN 198515, manufactured 1909-1915, 3rd change, blue finish, 4” barrel, factory checkered walnut grips, much original blue remains with rough spot on left side of frame above the trigger guard, used. (MODERN)

LOT 646 Smith & Wesson, Model 1903, 6-shot, Double Action Revolver, .32 Long caliber, SN 205124, renickeled finish, 4” barrel, very nice condition, original S&W grips with chip out of left grip, used. (MODERN)

LOT 648 Smith & Wesson, Model 10-8, 6-shot, Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W SPL caliber, SN PD60978, manufactured 1982, factory nickel finish, marked on left side of frame “TWC 2574”, “56”, this S&W was sold to the Wackenhut Corp. This Corporation was the American Security Company. Original S&W checkered grips, minor handling marks, a relatively scarce S&W, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 651 Ruger, Model 10/22, Semi-Automatic Carbine, .22 LR caliber, SN 116-79887, manufactured 1977, blue finish, 18” barrel, with some spotting in finish, premium checkered stock, used. (MODERN)

LOT 650 Boxed Walther, P22, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 caliber, SN L318347, matte finish, 3 1/2” barrel, like new condition, in its original fitted hard carry case with paperwork, trigger lock and three magazines, used. (MODERN)

LOT 652 Smith & Wesson, Model 64-8, Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W caliber, SN CRT6100, stainless, 4” barrel, custom S&W finger grip stock, showing some handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 653 Smith & Wesson, Model 36, 5-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 S&W SPL caliber, SN 03095, blue finish, 3” barrel, custom rubber checkered grips, some light spotting in finish, used. (MODERN) LOT 654 Rossi, Model 687, 5-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN AA803356, blue finish, 2” barrel, overall good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 655 Marlin, Model 750, Semi-Automatic Carbine, .22 LR caliber, SN 17458957, blue finish, 18” barrel, minor handling marks, used. (MODERN) LOT 656 Boxed Browning, Model 1911-22, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 51EZW60870, like new matte finish, 4 1/2” barrel, sold in original Browning hard case with trigger lock and manual, used. (MODERN) LOT 657 Fine stainless Ruger, Model SP101, 5-shot Double Action Revolver, .357 MAG caliber, SN 570-64015, 3” barrel with custom rosewood finger groove grips, excellent condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 658 Single Action non-firing Replica Revolver, nickel finish, 4 1/2” barrel. These guns were made as replicas of the ones used by different characters of the old west. SN 112737G was the serial number of the gun used by Bat Masterson.

LOT 659 Unique pair of hand made steel Spurs with “Diamond H” cut into heel band, well made but no maker mark, mounted with floral two-piece spotted Straps, 2” floral concho and fancy buckles.

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E. Garcia

Mills

LOT 660 Pair of “Mills” marked, double mounted Spurs with silver and copper overlay, card suit pattern, and heart buttons, 4” multi-point rowels. Spurs are mounted with a pair of plain two-piece Straps.

Roy Henderson

LOT 661 Unique pair of silver inlaid single mounted Spurs, California style with drop shanks, attributed to E. Garcia, with silver inlaid rowels. Spurs are mounted with a one-piece basket weave Strap, with 1 1/2” engraved raised conchos.

LOT 663 Vintage wooden and rope Wild West Cowboy Band Drum, single side, 32” diameter, other band markings around outside edge.

LOT 662 A pair of single mounted Spurs by noted Bonham, Texas Bit and Spur Maker Roy Henderson. Spurs have silver overlay and engraved charging bulls on heel band, 1 5/8” multi-point rowels, engraved swing buttons. Mounted with a pair of fancy two-piece spotted basket weave straps. Straps have fancy buckles, keepers and tips and mounted with a pair 1 3/4” raised steer head conchos.

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LOT 664 Unique and very desirable early Tin Type, framed in early gutta percha style frame that measures 6” x 5 3/8”, shows a group of six early cowboys wearing spurs, chaps, hats and all the other gear cowboys would have worn of that time frame, circa 1890s.

LOT 665 This lot will consist of the following two items: (1) A pair of “M.J. Clark, Aladdin, Wyo.” marked Spurs with overlaid crescent moon on heel band and cloverleaf style rowels. Mounted with a pair of two-piece Straps marked “Joe Gish, Fredericksburg, TX.”. (2) Vintage, unmarked gal-leg Bit with copper and silver overlay. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 666 Unique shield/arrow shaped, wooden, hanging Spur/ Bridle Rack, circa 1900-1920s, 55 1/2” T x 41” W, retains much of its original finish.

LOT 667 Antique country store, counter top oak Showcase with sliding glass, wooden and mirrored doors, circa 1910, 47” L x 27 1/4” D x 15 1/4” T. Good condition, nice old wavy glass.

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LOT 668 Antique, Model 1895, Winchester, Lee Sporting, Bolt Action Rifle, chambered in .236 U.S.N. with a 24” round barrel with a blade front sight and standard buckhorn sight at rear, SN 10731. The unique Lee Navy straight pull receiver is marked on left side “MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./ NEW HAVEN, CONN, / U.S.A./ PAT. OCT. 10, 93 / JAN. 30, 94 / OCT.8, 95.” There were only 1700 made. The walnut stock is in very good condition with a finger groove forend and a schnabel tip. The steel carbine butt plate has some corrosion and a couple of small wood chips behind. The barrel, frame and magazine retain a generous amount of original blue mixing with brown patina. The action functions properly. The bore is good and should clean to very good.

LOT 669 A unique, vintage Cane Sword with brass shaft and handle, steel pyramid point that is accompanied by a hand written note. Cane measures 37 1/2” overall, with steel blade measuring 28 1/2” long. This cane was the property of Sir Alfred Longworth Fitzwilly, III, 3rd Duke of Dorchester, Governor of Gupti Provence, India, 1823-1827. He was murdered by Thugee assassins July 20, 1827. This Cane was given to him by his valet, one James Clark on his appointment to the post, for defense against the very sort of attack which resulted in his death. Sir Alfred had left it at his home as the crown had sustained damage when dropped from the 2nd floor balcony of his residence and he did not consider it befitting his station to be seen with damaged accoutrements of any kind. Originally reported by Lawrence Cornwall, ESQ., 1835.

LOT 670 Antique Saber, ricasso is marked “Ames MFG, Chicago, 1864”, 25 3/4” blade with leather handle and brass guard. Handle shows some pest damage. Saber is in its original sheath with leather frog. Sheath is fragile, mainly at tip.

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LOT 671 Vintage Walking Stick with celluloid Parrott Head handle with glass eyes, 32” shaft, with an engraved gold spacer. Very good condition, circa 1920s.

LOT 672 Antique U.S. Springfield 1872, Model 1871, Rolling Block Rifle, .50/70 REM caliber, SN NV, bright metal finish, 37” round barrel with two barrel bands, and original cleaning rods, bright finish on stock and forend, overall good condition.

LOT 673 Winchester, Model 1917, Bolt Action Rifle, .308 British caliber, SN W500, dark brown aged patina, 26” barrel, dark bore, walnut two-piece stock, complete with three factory swivels, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 674 U.S. Remington, Model 1903, Bolt Action Rifle, .30/06 caliber, SN 3239231, matte finish, 24” barrel, barrel is dated “5-44”, has armory numbers on right side of stock “9231”, the last four digits of the serial number, bright bore, used. NOTE: To collectors, when this rifle was found in the estate, it was covered in the thick arsenal grease! (MODERN)

LOT 675 Presentation Sword, marked on sheath “Presented to COMDR. William L. McDonald / The Petty Officers / 7th Battn. / NMN / Nov.,21, 1929”. Has a beautiful etched blade with “William L. McDonald” engraved, 28 3/4” blade, fancy D-guard handle with sting ray handle. NOTE: Embossed dolphin on handle.

LOT 676 Dress Sword, ricasso is marked “The M.C. Lilley Co., Columbus, Ohio”, 30” etched blade, marked “Lieut. James G. Russell / Waterbury, Conn.”. Sword has a sting ray handle with lion head pommel and D-guard.

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LOT 677 Zulu, Breech Loading Shotgun, approximately 12 gauge, SN E1420, dark brown patina, 29” barrel. Hole drilled in stock.

LOT 678 Scottish Ecole Royale Basket Hilt Cutlass Sword with a large iron 3/4 basket hilt in Scottish style. The blade spine is engraved in script “Devaux Fourbisseur De L’ Ecole Royale Militaire Des Trois Maris au Dieu Mars a Paris”. Sword has a 18 7/8” blade, 25 1/4” overall length. Blade shows some nicks, overall good condition.

LOT 679 Vintage, all steel Sword with D-guard handle, no maker mark visible, 29” blade, 34” overall length, iron pommel, blade shows some nicks, believe to have been cleaned and polished.

LOT 680 Massive, oversized clip point Trade Bowie Knife, 20 3/4” blade, 30 1/2” overall length, heavy steel cross guard with carved wooden handle.

LOT 681 Oak curved glass Display Case, not antique, maybe 25 years old, 22 1/2” diameter x 46 1/2” T, with three glass shelves.

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LOT 682 Winchester, Model 74, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .22 LR caliber, SN 214116A, blue finish, 21” barrel, walnut stock, missing the magazine tube, used. WILL BE SOLD AS IS. (MODERN)

LOT 683 Remington, Model 11, Semi-Automatic Shotgun, 20 gauge, SN NV, blue finish, 28” ribbed barrel, walnut checkered stock, retains much of its original blue with the exception of the left side of the receiver showing thinning and loss of finish, small ding in barrel, also a spot on lower portion of the barrel, minor handling marks on stock, used. (MODERN)

LOT 684 Springfield, Model 87A, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .22 caliber, SN NV, blue finish, 24” barrel, wooden stock, overall good condition with normal handling marks, used. (MODERN) LOT 685 Llama, Model Victoria, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .9 MM Para caliber, SN A64044, blue finish, 4” barrel, custom grips, used. (MODERN)

LOT 686 Boxed Bersa, Model BP380CC, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .380 ACP caliber, SN F58861, matte finish, 3” barrel, sold in its original “Bersa” marked hard carry case with extra magazine, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 688 Colt, Police Positive, 6-shot Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 81619, retains much original finish, mostly in protected area, 4” barrel, Colt checkered grips with chip on right at the heel, hand ejector cap is missing, used. (MODERN)

LOT 687 Colt, Police Positive, 6-shot, Double Action Revolver, .38 SPL caliber, SN 30530, retains some original finish balance dark grey patina, 4” barrel, chip in both right and left grip at heel, otherwise good condition, used. (MODERN) LOT 689 Boxed Browning, Buck Mark, Semi-Automatic Pistol, .22 LR caliber, SN 515MX10395, blue barrel / matte finish, 5 1/2” barrel with gold trigger. Sold in its original “Browning” marked hard case with extra magazine and trigger lock, excellent condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 690 Four Factory Boxes of Ammunition in .38 SPL caliber, totaling 170 rounds, by Winchester and Federal. WILL SELL AS ONE LOT.

LOT 692 Beautiful cased commemorative Revolver, issued by United States Historical Society, .44 caliber Percussion, SN 923, stag grips, and rolled gold cylinder & trigger guard. Sold in handsome original walnut case fitted for this revolver. Will be accompanied by a heavy brass oval buckle with crossed swords.

LOT 691 Four Factory Boxes of Ammunition in .38 SPL caliber, totaling 200 rounds, by Blazer and Monarch. WILL SELL AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 693 F. I. E., single shot 410 Shotgun, SN 341704, blue finish, 19 1/2” barrel, like new condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 694 J.C. Higgins, Model 1011, 16 gauge, single barrel Shotgun, SN NV, blue finish, 28” barrel, plastic checkered stock, used. (MODERN)

LOT 695 Unique custom made wooden and glass Showcase with two removable shelves and two blind doored storage spaces at base, done in antique style paint, measures 29” W x 22” D x 68” T, glass shelves can be removed for transportation.

LOT 696 Lakefield Arms, MK II, Bolt Action Clip Fed Rifle, .22 caliber, SN 222648, blue finish, 20” barrel, checkered wood stock, nice overall condition with minor handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 697 This lot consists of two “Colt” marked Side Knives with rubber checkered grips, one measures 8 1/4” overall and one measures 9 1/2” overall. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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LOT 698 This lot consists of two cased commemorative clip point Bowie Knives in fitted boxes: (1) A Robert E. Lee, blade is 7 3/4”, overall length 12 1/2”, gold blade with image of Robert E. Lee on one side & 150th Commemoration of the American Civil War” on the other. Heavy oval cross guard, ricasso is marked “American Mint Prestige Edition”. (2) The other is a P.G.T Beauregard, blade is 7 3/4”, overall length 12 1/2”, gold blade with image of P.G.T. Beauregard on one side & 150th Commemoration of the American Civil War” on the other. Heavy oval cross guard, ricasso is marked “American Mint Prestige Edition”. Note: To the right of each image is a list of the major battles these men fought. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID. LOT 699 Framed collection of Artifacts in shadow box frame that measures 30” T x 24” W, great decorator item.

LOT 700 Framed collection of Artifacts in shadow box frame that measures 34 1/2” T x 21” W, great decorator item.

LOT 701 Antique Percussion, long barrel Shotgun, approximately 16 gauge, 48” barrel, would make a unique wall hanger. Sold with a calling horn. Fair condition with a crack in forend, normal handling marks for its age.

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LOT 702 Unique carved ladies or kiddos Rifle, approximately .41 caliber percussion, marked on barrel “Made in Belgium”, 31” barrel, blue finish, brass cleaning rod, stock has carved fish with glass eyes, cap box inlaid in stock on left side, unusual size. LOT 703 Group of five Pottery Jars / Pots. Three have figural heads, two have long necks. Some have use damage. They range from 5 1/4” to 9” tall. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

Wayne Henderson

LOT 704 This lot consists of the following two items to include: (1) Early Mexican Machete with 20” blade, 24 3/4” overall length, blade has several large nicks, sold in its original leather sheath. (2) A pair of Iron Mexican Spurs with chains and jingle bobs. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 705 Iron Snaffle Bit with silver spotted border on cheek piece marked “W.H.”, made by Wayne Henderson, Montana Bit and Spur Maker.

LOT 706 Winchester, Model 61, Slide Action Rifle, .22 caliber, SN 24517, grey to brown aged patina, mechanically sound, has large chip in wood around the top tang, used. (MODERN)

LOT 707 Winchester, Model 1906, Slide Action Rifle, .22 caliber, SN 173477, fair condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 709 Custom made double door wooden Display Cabinet with double arched top,16 glass panes, finished in an antique style paint, 76 1/4” T x 32” W x 14” D, three removable shelves, locking door but no key.

LOT 708 Unmarked cavalry Saber, brass D-Guard handle, shows early repair, blade measures 25 7/8” x 31 1/4” overall length. Blade has some rust spotting, mainly at the tip. Will be sold with its original leather sheath, fragile at tip.

LOT 710 Browning, Auto 5, 12 gauge, Semi-Automatic Shotgun, SN 1363, blue finish, 25 1/2” barrel, fair condition, showing some handling marks, used. (MODERN)

LOT 711 Antique Coach Gun made by American Gun Co., 12 gauge, double barrel, SN 287198, old brown aged patina with some finish remaining on locks, 19” barrels. Gun is loose, just fair condition.

LOT 712 Terni Gareano, Bolt Action Rifle, 7.35 caliber, SN 2G8159, blue finish, 20” barrel, wood stock with original swivels and leather shoulder strap, very good condition, used. (MODERN)

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LOT 713 Russian 5-point porcelain Star with engraved silver center, sells with an actual photograph of a soldier wearing a similar badge. Badge measures 1 3/4”, photograph measures 3” x 4”. Marked with numbers on back of Badge “2233096”

LOT 714 Eddy Stone, Model 1917, Bolt Action Rifle, .300 Win Mag caliber, SN 140590, blue finish, 26” barrel, barrel has been drilled and shows grinding on top of receiver, walnut stock with Monte Carlo cheek, fair condition, used. (MODERN)

LOT 715 Framed Paper Advertisement for “Fatima Cigarettes”, in the original “Fatima” marked wooden frame measuring 36 1/8” x 26 1/8”. Paper Advertisement shows heavy pest damage.

LOT 716 Two Factory Boxes of .44/40 Cartridges by Precision Cartridge Inc., totaling 100 rounds.

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LOT 717 Four Factory Boxes of .32/20 Cartridges, totaling 200 rounds by Central Fire, Black Hills Ammunition, Remington and Winchester.

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LOT 719 Western Oil on Board signed by “Truman Talk ‘96” at lower right, frame measures 25 3/4” x 21 3/4”.

LOT 718 Two Factory Boxes of .30/40 Krag Ammunition, totaling 40 rounds by Winchester. Also Two Factory Boxes of .40/65 Winchester Cartridges totaling 80 rounds by Ventura Heritage.

LOT 720 Hatsan Striker Model Air Rifle .177 caliber, with an OPTIMA 3-9x32 Scope, SN 081226329.

LOT 721 Chinese Air Rifle, .177 caliber, HP, wooden stock, SN K399650, adjustable rear sight.

LOT 722 Two as is Air Rifles. One is a wooden stock, Model R.W., SN RW1K77X, .177 caliber. The other has a synthetic stock, missing magazine. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 723 Like new in box Bruni, Model 96, Semi-Automatic BLANK Pistol, made for .8 / .9 MM BLANKS, sold in its original hard case with manual and extra magazine.

LOT 724 Antique 1800s large wooden Black Powder Flask, 13” tall x 5 3/4” diameter with wooden plug, marked on bottom “C and H / Safety First / Powder Flask”.

LOT 725 U.S. Springfield, Model 1898, Bolt Action Carbine, .30/40 Krag caliber, SN 276805, blue finish, 22” barrel, good condition, walnut stock, rear sight missing, used. (MODERN)

ATTENTION COLLECTORS OF M-1 .30 CALIBER CARBINE PARTS: LOT 726 This lot consists of the following parts: 11 Plain Trigger Housings; 13 Front Sights; 15 Rear Sights; 15 Oilers; 8 Round Bolts; 6 Flat Bolts; 13 Bayonet Barrel Housings; 12 Metal Butt Plates; 12 Sears Triggers; 5 Hidden Flash Hiders; 11 Recoil Plates. A total of 121 pieces. Parts Makers to include Underwood, Inland, Winchester, Quality, Postal. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

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LOT 727 This lot consists of the following parts: 6 Bolt Carriers; 11 Metal Butt Plates; 10 Bayonet Barrel Housings; 11 Triggers; ; 7 Extractors; 9 Sears Triggers; 12 Firing Pins; 12 Oilers; 12 Rear Sights; 9 Hammers; 18 Safety’s; Plus a group of 15 Winchester Parts. A total of 132 pieces. Parts Makers to include Winchester, Underwood, Inland, Quality and Postal. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

LOT 728 This lot consists of the following parts: 9 Bayonet Barrel Housings; 13 Firing Pins; 16 Rear Sights; 21 Oilers; 4 Front Barrel Bands; 5 Clip Releases; 1 Trigger Housing; 1 Metal Butt Plate still in Cosmoline; 2 Miscellaneous Tools; Group of Manuals; 5 Plastic Bags of Miscellaneous Screws, Springs, etc. Totaling 68 plus items. By several makers. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT.

THE FOLLOWING FIREARMS WILL BE SOLD IN AS IS CONDITION, THEY ALL NEED SOMETHING.

LOT 729 Winchester, Model 1873, Rifle, .22 Short caliber, SN 361244B, manufactured 1890, 24” octagonal barrel with a partially readable address, a full magazine, a semi buckhorn rear sight, a blade front sight and “22 Short” marked at the breech. Dust cover is not present. The bore is dark with roughness and the action functions properly. The metal surfaces have roughness and pitting. The wood forend and buttstock is a nice looking replacement.

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LOT 730 Winchester, Model 1892, Trapper Saddle Ring Carbine, .44/40 caliber, SN 377097, manufactured 1906, blue finish, 16” barrel. Sold with the lever & front sight missing, and missing screw in receiver, has weak trigger spring, used. (MODERN)

LOT 731 Winchester, Model 1894, Lever Action Carbine, .30 WCF caliber, SN 775952, manufactured 1915, blue finish with dark brown patina on receiver, 20” barrel, forearm has been altered, rear sight has been changed, fair condition, used. (MODERN) LOT 732 Antique Remington, New Model Army, Revolver, .44 caliber, SN 43299 / 46439. Originally a New Model Army Percussion Revolver with an 8” octagon barrel, 6-shot cylinder, manufactured between 1863-1875. The barrel has been turned to be nearly round with some flat areas remaining. Only a portion of the barrel address remains. The barrel is marked with number”43299” and the frame is marked “46439 under the left grip. The grips are replaced with well made extended grips to provide a larger grip. The action functions properly and the bore is very good.

LOT 733 Antique Colt Lightning, Slide Action Rifle, parts only, .32 caliber, medium frame, SN 52380, 25” octagon barrel, fancy stock.

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LOT 734 Taico-Squires, Bingham Mfg., Model 20D, Semi-Automatic Rifle, .22 caliber, SN 291479, blue finish, 20” barrel, overall good condition with Weaver Scope, missing magazine, used. (MODERN)

LOT 735 Two Browning, Auto 5, 16 gauge Shotguns, SN A12477 / SN A9461, missing stocks, one is missing slide and possibly other parts. These two frames WILL SELL AS ONE LOT. (MODERN)

LOT 736 Arisaka, Model 38, Bolt Action Carbine, 6.5 Jap caliber, SN 18160, blue finish, 20” barrel, stock has full length crack, many knocks and dings, mechanically sound, complete with swivels, used. (MODERN)

LOT 737 Reproduction .45 caliber, Black Powder Kentucky Rifle with 35” octagon barrel, brass trigger guard, butt plate, barrel bands, and hangers, ornate patch box and rear sight. Excellent condition overall. Marked “FIE Italy” and “Black Powder Only” on the left side of the barrel.

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LOT 738 Antique Double Barrel Shotgun with right hammer missing, 16 gauge, muzzle loader with engraved lock, marked on barrel flat “Gotter U. Aug Funk In Suhl” (?) 33” barrels with beautiful carved walnut stock of dog surrounded in floral relief. Complete with wooden ramrod, fancy silver furniture, overall very good condition with the exception of missing hammer.

LOT 739 Terni Gareano, Model 1948, Bolt Action Rifle, 6.5 caliber, SN AL3999, blue finish, 21” barrel, stock forend has been altered, missing magazine, hole in stock where swivel used to be, used. (MODERN)

LOT 740 This lot will consist of four AS IS .22 caliber Rifles to include: (1) Ward’s Western Field, Model 390A, Single Shot Rifle, missing part of the slide, SN NV: (2) Mossberg, Model 45A, Bolt Action Rifle, missing magazine tube, SN NV: (3) Winchester, Model 04A, Single Shot Rifle, missing bolt, has cracked stock, SN 214116A: (4) Ward’s Western Field, Model 25XNH, Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle, missing bolt, SN NV. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. (MODERN)

LOT 741 This lot will consist of two AS IS Rifles to include: (1) Arisaka, Type 38, Bolt Action Rifle, 6.5x50 caliber, SN 91493, missing bolt, hole drilled in stock. (2) Mossberg, Model 183DD, Bolt Action Single Shot Shotgun, .410, SN NV, missing rear portion of the bolt, trigger guard, will not engage the trigger. WILL BE SOLD AS ONE LOT. (MODERN)

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LOT 742 This lot will consist of the following three AS IS Shotguns and one Pistol to include: (1) J.C. Higgins, Model 583-110, 20 gauge Bolt Action Shotgun, SN NV, stock is broken all the way through and possibly has interior problems. (2) Western Field, Model 55, 12 gauge Pump Shotgun, missing all of the trigger mechanism and lower portion, SN OAR1201. (3) MAB, Semi-Automatic Pistol, 7.65 caliber, SN 93483, has missing or broken spring, barrel is loose. WILL SELL AS ONE LOT. (MODERN)

LOT 743 Leather Scabbard for a Winchester Rifle marked “Buffalo Sad Co, Wyoming” and also marked on back “S.E. Crouter, Buffalo, Wyo.” with Triangle Lazy Y Brand on both sides.

LOT 744 Antique Transit, complete with slide.

LOT 745 Gone With the Wind Table Lamp with embossed roses on shade and font, and fancy brass base, 19 1/2” T x 10” diameter matching shade.

LOT 746 Pair of fancy Hanging Mirrors with arched top and finials, 54” L x 23” W. WILL BE SOLD 2 X THE BID.

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This concludes our final Auction of 2020. We would like to take this time to thank each and every one of you for your continued support and participation in our auctions. We have so many wonderful items and collections on the books for 2021 and look forward to seeing and working with all of you again in the coming year. Scott, Sandy, and Sam Franks

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