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Historic Arms & Militaria and Clocks, Instruments & Militaria—Online

Sale 2760M Sale 2763T

November 1, 2014

Marlborough

October 28–November 4, 2014

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Auction & Specialist Information

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Web Site & Online Bidding

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Provenance & Event Announcement Lots 1–287 followed by Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments, Lots 288–559

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Federal Firearms License Conditions

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Conditions of Sale

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Absentee Bid Form

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Company Directors & Specialty Departments

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Administrative Staff & Client Services

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Map & Driving Directions

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Selected Provenance The Collection of Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck

The Fort Ticonderoga Museum

The W. Scott Ferriss Collection

Various Private Collections


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1 1980 Ferrari 308GTSI, VIN #8A0032639, titled, odometer reads 22,069 miles at time of cataloging, red exterior, tan interior, targa top, V-8, fuel injection, 5-speed manual transmission, (some restoration), garaged. Note: The targa-topped 308 GTS was introduced in 1977 and was made famous on the television series Magnum, P.I. The strong sweeping lines and quickly removable top established this model as highly appealing, and recognizable to both American and European audiences. $28,000-32,000

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Preview for Lots 1 and 2 is available on Friday and Saturday only. Inquiries should be directed to Jane Prentiss at jprentiss@skinnerinc.com or call 508.970.3253 Skinner Inc. always recommends you have your mechanic or professional automobile restorer make an assessment of these cars for you prior to purchase to assess if they meet your criteria.

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2 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible/ Hardtop, VIN #D7FH120128, titled, odometer reads at cataloging 95,390, red exterior, red and white interior, white hardtop and after market white soft top, V-8, 3-speed on the floor, wire wheel, white walls, fender skirts, (restored), garaged.

Note: Ford started producing the Thunderbird in 1955 to get into the already established European sports car market and to compete with Chevrolet’s Corvette. Touted as a personal car rather than a sports car, it had a bit more room than the 55-57 Corvettes. Sales were rapid. By 1957 the design of the Thunderbird was refined to include the removal of driving blind spots, hence the porthole windows as seen on the 1957 hardtop. The back is elongated and the fins added. Today, the 1957 Ford Thunderbird is an instantly recognizable icon of 20th century American automobile design. $30,000-35,000

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Pistols, Pre-1898

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3 Continental Four-barrel Flintlock Pistol, c. late 18th century, iron butt and frame engraved with foliate designs, four rifled barrels, two hammers, and four steels, overall lg. 7 in. $1,800-2,200 4 Pair of Continental Flintlock Pistols, c. late 18th century, walnut stocks with silver wire inlay below the barrel tang, iron fittings, unmarked lockplate, iron octagonal to round gold inlaid barrels, barrel lg. 4 1/4, overall lg. 9 in. $1,500-2,000

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5 Flintlock Horse Pistol, c. late 18th/early 19th century, walnut stock marked on the left side JB, brass fittings, marked on the lockplate below the pan T&I RFA, proof marked on the barrel, with an iron ramrod, overall lg. 15 1/2 in. $1,000-1,200

7 Pair of “Barbar� Boxlock Flintlock Pistols, c. late 18th/early 19th century, walnut grips, iron lockplates engraved on the left side with a panoply of arms, and BARBAR, and on the right side with LONDON, both with rifled turnoff barrels, overall lg. 6 1/4 in. $700-900

6 Boxlock Double Barrel Flintlock Pistol, c. mid to late 18th century, walnut grip with silver inlays and a silver face for the butt cap, iron frame engraved with foliate designs and marked on the right side BUNNEY=LONDON, iron rifled turn-off barrels, overall lg. 11 1/2 in. $1,800-2,200

8 Cooper Boxlock Pistol, c. late 18th/ early 19th century, walnut grip with a silver escutcheon, frame engraved with a panoply of arms, on the right side of the frame LONDON, and on the left side of the frame I-COOPER, and a blued turn off barrel with engraving near the muzzle, overall lg. 6 in. $1,000-1,200

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9 Humbley Over and Under Boxlock Pistol, c. late 18th/early 19th century, checkered walnut grip with frame engraved London on the right side, and Humbley on the left, proof marked under the barrel, overall lg. 8 1/4 in. $1,000-1,200

11 Pair of Nock Flintlock Pistols, c. early 19th century, walnut stocks with checkered wrists, engraved iron fittings, lockplate marked H-NOCK, iron octagonal barrels with silver front sight, barrel lg. 3 5/8, overall lg. 9 in. $3,000-4,000

10 Pair of Bolton Boxlock Pistols, c. late 18th/early 19th century, checkered walnut grips with silver escutcheon plates, frames engraved with a panoply of arms and marked -BOLTON- under the pans, turn-off barrels engraved at the muzzles, overall lg. 6 3/8 in. $1,800-2,200

12 Prosser Flintlock Pistol, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with checkered wrist, engraved iron fittings, and a silver escutcheon plate, lock with external safety marked PROSSER, octagonal damascus barrel marked on the top -CHARING-CROSSLONDON-, with gold touch hole and band around the breech, overall lg. 16 in. $1,500-1,800

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13 Cased Mortimer Dueling Pistol Set, c. mid-19th century, walnut grips with checkered wrists, engraved lockplate marked MORTIMER, octagonal damascus barrels marked Mortimer London on the top, case contains bullet mold, brass powder flask and oiler, two cap tins, and a screw driver and nipple wrench in a felt-lined wooden case, ht. 3, wd. 8 3/4, lg. 18 in. $6,000-8,000

14 Cased Belgian Pepperbox Pistol, c. mid19th century, serial number 662, walnut grips, engraved steel frame and barrels, marked under the grip MARIETTE/BREVETE, includes cap holder, bullet mold, and loading tool, case ht. 2, wd. 4 3/4, lg. 8 1/4 in. $2,000-2,500

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15 Oakes Flintlock Pistol, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with checkered wrist and a silver escutcheon plate, engraved steel fittings, lock engraved with foliate designs and marked OAKES under the pan, with an octagonal barrel, overall lg. 11 1/2 in. $800-1,000

16 Cased Single-shot Libeau Percussion Pistol, c. 1840s, walnut stock with checkered grip stamped with the number 2689, silver triggerguard and fittings, backlock-style lock with a faint LIBEAU marking, octagonal barrel marked on the top NEW ORLEANS, oak case with maroon velvet lining, ELEY/LONDON cap tin, unmarked brass flask, and a bullet mold, ht. 3, wd. 6 3/4, lg. 10 in. $800-1,000

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17 Cased Percussion Boxlock Pistols, c. mid19th century, walnut grips, engraved silverplated brass frame, marked on the right side LIVERPOOL, and on the left side WILLIAMS/& POWELL, blued turn-off barrels, velvet-lined wooden case includes a cap tin, powder flask, oiler, nipple wrench, and bullet mold, case ht. 1 3/4, wd. 6, lg. 9 1/8 in. $1,500-2,000

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18 Cased Nock Percussion Dueling Pistol Set, c. mid-19th century, walnut grips with checkered wrists, engraved lockplate marked H. NOCK, octagonal damascus barrels marked LONDON on the top, case contains bullet mold, brass powder flask, patch cutter, loading and cleaning rods in a velvet-lined wooden case, ht. 3, wd. 8 3/4, lg. 18 3/4 in. $6,000-8,000

20 Philadelphia Deringer Pistol, c. 1860s, walnut stock with checkered grip, engraved silver fittings, lock marked DERINGER/ PHILADEL and engraved with foliate designs, top of the barrel marked at the breech DERINGER/PHILADEL and N. CURRY & BRO/ SAN FRANCo CALo/AGENTS, barrel lg. 2 5/8, overall lg. 5 in. $2,500-3,500

22 Philadelphia Deringer Pistol, c. 1850s-60s, walnut stock with checkered grip, engraved silver fittings, lock marked DERINGER/ PHILADEL and engraved with foliate designs, top of the barrel marked at the breech DERINGER/PHILADEL and C. CURRY/SAN FRANCo CALo, barrel lg. 2 3/16, overall lg. 5 3/8 in. $3,000-4,000

19 Two Miniature Box Lock Pistols and Cleaning Rods, c. mid-19th century, a miniature pistol with bone grips, rifled-steel barrel, and sides of the lock engraved with foliate designs, and a cleaning rod with bone grips, and a miniature pistol with bone grips, rifled-steel barrel, and sides of the lock engraved, and a cleaning rod with bone grips, lg. 3 3/4 in. $3,000-3,500

21 Philadelphia Deringer Pistol, c. 1860s, walnut stock with checkered grip, engraved silver fittings, lock marked DERINGER/ PHILADEL and engraved with foliate designs, top of the barrel marked at the breech DERINGER/PHILADEL and N. CURRY & BRO/ SAN FRANCo CALo/AGENTS, barrel lg. 2 5/16, overall lg. 5 in. $2,500-3,500

23 Short Barrel Philadelphia Deringer Pistol, mid 19th century, walnut stock with checkered grip, engraved silver fittings, lock marked DERINGER/PHILADEL and engraved with foliate designs, top of the barrel marked at the breech DERINGER/PHILADEL, barrel lg. 2, overall lg. 4 1/2 in. $4,500-5,000

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24 U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol, c. 1849, walnut stock with brass fittings, lock plate marked US/H. ASTON & CO., with the tail of the plate marked MIDDTN/CONN/1849, left side of stock has two cartouche stamps, barrel stamped with US/S.K/P, lg. 14 1/2 in. $400-600

26 Smith and Wesson Model Number One, Second Issue, c. 1860-68, serial number 25600, varnished rosewood grips, blued brass frame, cylinder, and barrel, marked on top of the barrel SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD. MASS, overall lg. 7 in. $500-700

25. Identified Moore’s Patent Revolver, c. 186163, serial number 2946, walnut grips, silverplated engraved brass frame, steel seven-shot cylinder, steel barrel marked D.MOORE. PATENT.SEPT.18.1860, backstrap engraved in cursive Capt. J.C. Maynard Co. A/26th Regt. C.V.M. by his/Company, barrel lg. 5, overall lg. 10 1/2 in.

27. Identified Smith and Wesson Model Number One, Second Issue, c. 1860-65, serial number 30594, bone grips, silver-plated frame, blued cylinder and barrel, engraved on the backstrap A. Libby. Co. H. 27.th Me. Reg., marked on top of barrel SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS, overall lg. 7 in.

Note: Captain Jesse C. Maynard, from Salem, Connecticut, enlisted in Company A, 26th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry on September 13th, 1862, mustered into service November 10, 1862, and mustered out of the service on August 17th, 1863. During the assault on Port Hudson, Louisiana, he was wounded by a ball which passed through his breast. The regiment lost 107 men killed and wounded during the ill-fated assault. Jesse Maynard died on February 25th, 1892. $2,800-3,000

Note: Arthur Libby served in the 27th Maine Regiment during 1862-63, then enlisted in the 30th Maine Regiment. $2,500-3,000 28 Powell Percussion Pistol, c. mid-19th century, walnut stock with checkered grip and a silver escutcheon plate, engraved steel fittings, backlock marked W. POWELL and engraved with foliate designs, overall lg. 13 in. $800-1,000

29 Parkerfield Percussion Pistol, c. mid-19th century, walnut stock with a checkered wrist and silver escutcheon plate, engraved steel fittings, lockplate engraved with foliate designs and marked PARKERFIELD & SONS, octagonal barrel marked 233 HIGH HOLBORN LONDON, overall lg. 10 1/4 in. $800-1,000 30 Colt Model 1849 Pocket Pistol, c. 1855, serial number 100576, all matching numbers, varnished walnut grips, silver-plated brass backstrap and triggerguard, steel frame marked COLTS/PATENT, cylinder retains most of its scene, top of the barrel marked with a two-line address, barrel lg. 4, overall lg. 9 3/4 in. $1,200-1,500 31 Conway Double-barrel Percussion Pistol, c. mid-19th century, checkered walnut grip with a silver escutcheon plate, back lock engraved with foliate designs and marked CONWAY, engraved on top of the barrel Manchester, overall lg. 9 1/2 in. $800-1,200

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32 Colt Second Model London Deringer Pistol, c. 1870-90, serial number 8513, bone grips, engraved steel frame, top of the barrel marked COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG CO/HARTFORD CT. USA/NO 2, the left side of the barrel marked R. JONES/MANCHESTER ST/LIVERPOOL, barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 5 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of L.D. Eberhart to the consignor. Note: This gun is pictured on page 70 of The Collecting of Deringers Manufactured by Moore, National, and Colt, by L.D. Eberhart. $1,800-2,000 33 Moore’s Patent Fifth Variation Deringer Pistol, c. 1865, serial number 1624, silverplated brass frame and steel barrel with deluxe engraving of decorative scrolls, left side of the barrel engraved A.F. Watcell, barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 4 7/8 in. Provenance: From the collection of L.D. Eberhart to the consignor. Note: Alex Franz Watcell arrived in New York City on November 13th, 1865 from Ireland, and worked for Banker Dewitt C. Hayes. This gun is pictured on page 20 of The Collecting of Deringers Manufactured by Moore, National, and Colt, by L.D. Eberhart. $1,500-2,000

34 Colt Second Model Deringer Pistol, c. 1870-90, serial number 9129, uncheckered walnut grips, engraved steel frame, top of the barrel marked COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG CO/ HARTFORD CT. USA/NO 2, barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 5 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of L.D. Eberhart to the consignor. Note: According to Mr. Eberhart, there are less than ten known examples of this configuration using National Arms Company parts. $1,500-2,000 35 Colt Second Model Deringer Pistol, c. 1870-90, serial number 273, uncheckered walnut grips, engraved steel frame, top of the barrel marked ADDRESS COL. COLT/ HARTFORD CT. USA/2, overall lg. 5 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of L.D. Eberhart to the consignor. Note: This gun is pictured on page 47 of The Collecting of Deringers Manufactured by Moore, National, and Colt, by L.D. Eberhart. $1,500-2,000 36 National Arms Company Deringer Pistol, c. 1860s, serial number 1722, steel frame and barrel engraved with decorative scrolls, marked on the top of the barrel NATIONAL ARMS CO. BROOKLYN, N.Y., barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 5 1/2 in. $800-1,000 37 Moore’s Patent Deringer Pistol, c. 1860-65, serial number 3294, engraved brass frame with decorative scrollwork, blued-steel barrel marked on top MOORES PAT. F.A. CO. BROOKLYN. N.Y. and on the underside PAT FEB 24 1863, barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 4 7/8 in. $1,200-1,500

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38 Colt First Model Deringer Pistol, c. 1870s, serial number 2126, steel frame engraved with decorative scrolls, blued-steel barrel marked COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG. CO./HARTFORD CT. U.S.A./NO 1, barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 4 7/8 in. $1,500-1,800 39 Moore’s Patent Deringer Pistol, c. 1860-65, serial number 261, engraved silver-plated brass frame with decorative scrollwork, bluedsteel barrel marked on top of the barrel D. MOORE PATENTEDFEB.19.1861, barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 4 7/8 in. $2,500-3,000 40 National Arms Company Deringer Pistol, c. 1860s, serial number 4663, checkered walnut grips, silver-plated brass frame and steel barrel, engraved with decorative scrolls, marked in the top of the barrel NATIONAL ARMS CO. BROOKLYN, N.Y., barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 5 1/2 in. $800-1,000 41 National Arms Company Deringer Pistol, c. 1860s, serial number 5284, checkered walnut grips, brass frame and steel barrel engraved with decorative scrolls, marked on the top of the barrel NATIONAL ARMS CO. BROOKLYN, N.Y., barrel lg. 2 1/2, overall lg. 5 1/2 in. $800-1,000


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42 National Deringer in Case, c. 1865-70, serial number 1480, engraved brass frame, steel barrel marked NATIONAL ARMS CO., bottom of the barrel marked PAT. FEB 24, 1863, with a velvet-lined wooden case, a primer tin, and a cartridge label on a wooden block, case lg. 7 1/2, wd. 4 1/2, ht. 2 in. $1,800-2,000

43 Identified Nickel-plated Model 1860 Colt Richards Conversion Revolver, c. late 19th century, serial number 198266, walnut grip, plated backstrap marked N.M. Nolan U.S.A., side of plated steel frame marked COLTS PATENT, triggerguard marked 44 CAL, steel cylinder has some remaining scene left, top of barrel marked ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA, with a folder of information on the original owner, barrel lg. 8, overall lg. 14 1/2 in. Note: Major Nicholas Merritt Nolan began his military service in 1852 as a member of the artillery, then joined the 2nd Dragoons. He was commissioned in 1862, serving with the 6th U.S. Cavalry and was wounded several times during the Civil War, and was captured in March 1865. After the war he served as a Captain in the 10th U.S. Cavalry, known as the Buffalo Soldiers. He died as a Major in the 3rd U.S. Cavalry in 1883. $5,500-6,000

44 Cased Remington Double-Deringer Pistol, c. 1868-88, serial number 1769, rosewood grips, 3-in. nickel-plated barrel marked in two lines E. REMINGTON & SONS, ILION N.Y./ ELLIOTS PATENT DEC. 12, 1865, housed in a velvet-lined rosewood case with incised decoration and copper wire inlay, box ht. 1 3/4, wd. 4 3/4, lg. 7 1/4 in. $200-300 45 Nickel-plated Model 1860 Colt Army Richards Conversion Revolver, c. late 19th century, serial number 5305, walnut grip with plated backstrap and trigger, side of plated steel frame marked PAT. JULY 25, 1871/ PAT. JULY 2, 1872, steel cylinder has some remaining scene left, top of barrel marked ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA, barrel lg. 8, overall lg. 14 1/2 in. $2,500-3,500

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Swords, Knives & Polearms 46 Ribbon-hilt Broadsword, c. late 17th century, iron hilt with engraved ribbon-shaped bars, iron pommel, leather and wire-wrapped grip, iron blade with possibly a running fox engraved on each side of the blade, and illegible markings, blade lg. 38 1/2, overall lg. 44 1/2 in. $1,200-1,500

47 Spanish Cup-hilt Rapier, c. 17th century, iron hilt and cup with a reeded wooden grip, iron blade with three fullers on the upper section, blade lg. 34 1/2, overall lg. 41 in.

48 Spanish Cup-hilt Rapier, c. 17th century, iron hilt and cup, checkered wooden grip, iron blade with three fullers on the upper half of the blade, blade lg. 35, overall lg. 41 in.

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $800-1,000

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49 Spanish Cup-hilt Rapier, c. 17th century, iron hilt and cup with a wooden grip, iron blade with a triple fuller, blade lg. 35, overall lg. 41 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $600-800

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50 American Revolutionary War Hanger, c. late 18th century, brass stirrup hilt, round pommel, and cherry grips with brass ferrules, crescentshaped slot in the guard, American-forged blade with a single fuller, blade lg. 27, overall lg. 33 in. Note: Similar to Snow swords. $1,700-2,700 51 British Land Pattern Bayonet, c. mid to late 18th century, iron blade and socket with the number 2 hand-engraved on the socket, blade has a small stamp which looks similar to a star, blade lg. 16 5/8, overall lg. 21 1/8 in. $200-300

52 American Revolutionary War Short-sword, c. late 18th century, brass stirrup hilt, guard with decorative scalloped edge and a faceted pommel, walnut grip with a brass ferrule, crude American blade, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 33 1/2 in. $1,300-2,300

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53 Dutch Socket Bayonet, c. mid-18th century, rectangular iron blade with iron socket marked B’ No Z, the rest illegible, blade lg. 12, overall lg. 16 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 54 Eagle-pommel Cuttoe and Scabbard, c. late 18th century, eagle head shaped silver pommel, bone grip with copper tape and wire wrapping, silver “S”-shaped guard with no hallmarks, short blade with double fullers, black leather scabbard with silver fittings, blade lg. 17, overall lg. 22 1/2 in. $800-1,000

55 American Revolutionary War Hanger, c. late 18th century, D-guard brass hilt with three holes in the handguard, round pommel, cherry grip, American-forged blade with no fullers, blade lg. 27 1/2, overall lg. 33 in. $1,500-2,500

56 Boarding Pike, c. late 18th/early 19th century, wooden haft with a four-sided iron spear point and iron langets, overall lg. 95 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 57 Francis Thurkle Eagle-pommel Hanger and Scabbard, c. 1795-1800, gilt-brass hilt with checkered ivory grip, steel blade with fire blue and gilt, engraved with a panoply of arms, eagle and shield, a native, and foliate designs, tooled leather scabbard with gilt-brass throat and frog stud, middle band, and drag, blade lg. 31 1/2, overall lg. 38 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of W. Scott Ferriss. $800-1,000 58 Midshipman’s Dirk and Scabbard, c. early 19th century, gilt-brass eagle pommel and guard, checkered bone grip, and a brass chain, fire-blued-steel blade engraved with foliate designs, black leather scabbard with brass throat, middle band, drag, and a brass chain on the carrying rings, blade lg. 12 1/4 in, overall lg. 17 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500

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59 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel with five-ball knuckle bow and counter-guard, reeded bone grip, fire-blued-steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, black leather scabbard with brass throat, middle band, and drag, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 34 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $400-600 60 Midshipman’s Dirk and Scabbard, c. early 19th century, gilt-brass backstrap with a lion head at the pommel, gilt-brass counter-guard, bone grip, curved steel blade engraved with a panoply of arms and foliate designs, and a gilt-brass scabbard engraved with foliate designs, blade lg. 9, overall lg. 14 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500


61 U.S. Mounted Infantry Sword and Scabbard, c. early 19th century, brass hilt with foliate designs on the knuckle guard and langets and an eagle head quillon, a steel blade engraved with foliate designs, and an American eagle, black leather scabbard missing the throat and drag, blade lg. 33, overall lg. 38 1/2 in.

66 Horse-head-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early 19th century, gilt-brass horse head pommel with mane on the backstrap, knuckle bow pierced with a crown over GR, langets have a lion decoration, fire-blued-steel blade engraved with foliate designs, and a panoply of arms, steel scabbard with two carrying rings, blade lg. 33 1/2, overall lg. 38 1/2 in.

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $400-600

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $400-600

62 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel with brass guard and counter-guard, bone grip, fire-blued-steel blade marked Warranted and engraved with foliate designs, black leather scabbard with brass throat, middle band, and drag, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 34 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 63 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel and hilt, brass langets with an American eagle, bone grip, engraved steel blade with a panoply of arms, and foliate designs, and a brass scabbard with two carrying rings, blade lg. 31 3/4, overall lg. 37 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 64 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, gilt-brass eagle pommel with brass knuckle bow and counterguard, reeded bone grip with a brass ferrule, engraved steel blade with foliate designs, and a panoply of arms, brass scabbard engraved with foliate designs and marked HORSTMANN, blade lg. 28 1/4, overall lg. 33 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 65 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, gilt-brass eagle pommel, brass backstrap, knuckle bow, and langets, bone grips, fire-blued-steel blade engraved with foliate designs, and a panoply of arms, brass scabbard engraved with foliate designs, with an American eagle over a shield with stars and strips, blade lg. 30, overall lg. 35 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $400-600

67 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel, backstrap, ornate handguard, langets with raised eagles, bone grip, fire-blued-steel blade with foliate designs, panoply of arms, and an American eagle, engraved scabbard with foliate designs, and an American eagle, blade lg. 33 1/2, overall lg. 39 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $400-600 68 Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel and hilt with foliate designs and foliate langets, bone grip, engraved steel blade with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, and an engraved brass scabbard, blade lg. 30, overall lg. 35 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 69 Eagle-pommel Sword with Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass hilt with brass backstrap and handguard, brass eagle mounted on the bottom of the guard, wire-wrapped leather grip, fire-blued-steel blade marked A.W. SPIES and engraved with a panoply of arms and foliate designs, steel scabbard with brass throat, middle band, and drag, blade lg. 31, overall lg. 36 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $600-800

71 Silver-hilt Sword with Lion Pommel, c. 19th century, silver hilt and handguard, lion pommel with an eagle engraved on the back, bone grip, fire-blued-steel blade marked Warranted with foliate designs, panoply of arms, and an eagle, blade lg. 32 3/4, overall lg. 38 3/4 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900 72 Continental Officer’s Sword, c. 19th century, steel hilt with pierced designs, bird pommel, and caged grip with a soldier inside, langet has a double-headed eagle, steel blade marked Fecit/Joseph/Kraft, and other engraved designs, with a steel scabbard, blade lg. 36, overall lg. 42 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 73 Eagle Pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass hilt, eagle pommel, and backstrap, bone grips, and ornate langets, fire-blued blade engraved with panoply of arms and foliate designs, engraved scabbard with foliate designs, and American eagle, and a panoply of arms with a British flag in the center, blade lg. 32 3/4, overall lg. 39 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $600-800 74 American Short Saber and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass hilt with leather-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade, black leather scabbard with brass throat and drag, blade lg. 25, overall lg. 30 1/4 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 75 American Naval Fighting Sword, c. early 19th century, brass pommel with a walnut grip, brass “S�-shaped guard, hand-forged blade with raised median on both sides, blade lg. 23, overall lg. 29 1/2 in. $800-1,200

70 Naval Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel with brass dolphin quillons, reeded bone grip, steel blade with a single fuller, and a steel scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 30 1/2, overall lg. 38 in.

76 Boarding Pike, c. 19th century, wooden haft with a four-sided iron spear point marked U.S./N.Y.W./J.T., and iron langets, overall lg. 94 3/4 in.

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $400-600

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77 Unmarked Confederate Foot Officer’s Sword, c. 1861-65, cast-brass hilt with the number 16 stamped on the bottom near the blade, brown leather and copper wirewrapped grip, steel blade, blade lg. 30 1/4, overall lg. 36 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $1,000-1,200 78 Three Bowie-style Knives, c. 19th century, a knife with a stag grip, iron guard, and an iron clip-point blade, a knife with a curved stag grip, straight iron guard with a faceted ferrule, and an iron clip point blade, and a knife with a curved stag grip, brass guard, and a spear point-shaped blade marked W.J. MCELROY/ GEORGIA near the guard. $800-1,000

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79 Two Daggers, c. 19th century, a brass hilt and pommel dagger with a wood grip, and an iron blade with two fullers; and a dagger with a bone grip with a clenched fist around a snake, with a silver ferrule marked A. A., an iron S shaped guard, and an iron blade. $500-700

80 Identified Ames Presentation Sword, c. 1848, gilt-plated knight’s head pommel, silver grip engraved with a panoply of arms on one side, and an eagle on the other, gilt-plated chain and guard with panoply of arms and eagles, engraved steel blade with foliate designs, panoply of arms, and an eagle, marked near the ricasso N.P. Ames/Cutler/ Springfield, and a gilt-plated scabbard and carrying chains, engraved with foliate designs and Presented to John P. Reed by his fellow soldiers/of Compy. B 10th U.S. Infantry as a testimonial of their esteem and/for his gentlemanly conduct to the men while Orderly Sergt. of the Co./August 1848, blade lg. 31 1/4, overall lg. 40 1/4 in. $3,000-5,000

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81 Boarding pike, c. mid-19th century, wooden haft, triangular iron blade, and brass ferrule marked U.S./P, blade lg. 8, overall lg. 81 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 82 Saber Bayonet and Scabbard, c. 1863, brass hilt marked J.H. and 10, steel blade marked AMES MFG. CO./CHICOPEE/ MASS. and US/JH, leather scabbard with brass fittings marked ATLANTA 1863 with a paper label which states “found on board/ Ram atlanta which was cap-/tured by/the Weehawken/June 17. 1863/atlanta,” blade lg. 22 1/2, overall lg. 27 1/2 in. $400-600

83 Confederate Foot Artillery Sword, c. 186165, cast-brass grip and hilt, with a star on each side of the pommel, and CS cast into either side of the guard, on the iron blade is a paper label with an accession number 59, and a paper label with a handwritten note which reads “Confederate sword from the battlefield of Petersburg,” blade lg. 18 3/4, overall lg. 24 1/4 in. $2,000-2,500

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84 Model 1850 Foot Officer’s Sword, c. mid to late 19th century, gilt-brass hilt with foliate designs, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade with foliate designs, a panoply of arms, and a U.S., black leather scabbard with brass throat, middle band, and drag, blade lg. 31, overall lg. 36 5/8 in. $700-900 85 Confederate Bayonet-style Pike, c. 1861-65, wooden haft with a bayonet blade mounted on a socket, head lg. 25 1/2, overall lg. 88 1/4 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 86 Confederate Georgia-style Pike, c. 1862, wooden haft with an unmarked iron doubleedged blade, and an iron ferrule around the attachment straps and at the base of the haft, blade lg. 11 3/4, overall lg. 94 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900

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87 Confederate Bayonet-style Pike, c. 1861-65, wooden haft with a bayonet blade mounted on a socket, head lg. 25 1/2, overall lg. 94 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500

88 Confederate Georgia-style Pike, c. 1862, wooden haft with iron double-edged blade stamped with a star near the base, and an iron ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 12 1/4, overall lg. 96 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900

89 Confederate Georgia-style Pike, c. 1862, wooden haft with iron double-edged blade stamped with a round punch mark near the base, and a brass ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 12, overall lg. 95 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900


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90 Confederate Bridle Cutter Pike, c. 186165, wooden haft with iron bridle cuttershaped blade and a brass ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 13, overall lg. 94 in.

92 Burger and Brothers Richmond Pike, c. 1861-65, wooden haft with iron double-edged blade stamped with a W, a brass ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 12 5/8, overall lg. 96 in.

94 Confederate Georgia-style Pike, c. 1862, wooden haft with iron double-edged blade stamped with a star shape near the base, and an iron ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 11 3/4, overall lg. 95 1/2 in.

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $800-1,000

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900

91 Confederate Cloverleaf Pike, c. 1861-65, wooden haft with iron cloverleaf-shaped blade and an iron ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 10 3/4, overall lg. 85 in.

93 Confederate Retractable Blade Pike, c. 1861-65, two-piece wooden haft with iron double-edged retractable blade, two brass ferrules and two iron ferrules holding the two piece haft together, and iron latches to hold the blade up or down, blade lg. 14 3/4, overall lg. 87 in.

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $1,000-1,500

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95 Confederate Georgia-style Pike, c. 1862, wooden haft with iron double-edged blade stamped with a round punch mark near the base, and a brass ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 12 3/8, overall lg. 96 1/4 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $700-900


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96 Confederate Cloverleaf Pike, c. 1861-65, wooden haft with iron cloverleaf-shaped blade and an iron ferrule around the attachment straps, blade lg. 10 5/8, overall lg. 81 1/4 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $600-800

97 Model 1840 Light Artillery Officer’s Saber and Scabbard, c. mid-19th century, brass hilt cast with foliate designs, wire-wrapped shagreen grip, ricasso marked on one side PHILADELPHIA, and HORSTMANN/& SONS, engraved blade marked with foliate designs, panoply of arms, and WH/HORSTMANN/& SONS/PHILADELPHIA, and a steel scabbard with two carrying loops, blade lg. 36, overall lg. 41 1/2 in. $2,500-3,000

98 Horstmann Cavalry Officer’s Sword, c. mid to late 19th century, gilt-brass hilt with foliate designs, wire-wrapped brown horn grip, steel blade with gilt, marked above ricasso W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS PHILADELPHIA, and IRON PROOF on the spine of the blade, brown steel scabbard with gilt-brass fittings with eagles, laurels, crossed cannons, and sunbursts, blade lg. 35 1/2, overall lg. 43 in.

99 Horstmann Model 1872 Cavalry Officer’s Sabre, c. late 19th century, brass hilt with eagle, laurel, and foliate motifs, shagreen grip with brass wire wrap, steel blade with foliate designs and panoply of arms, marked W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS PHILADELPHIA, and IRON PROOF on the spine of the blade, steel scabbard with steel fittings, blade lg. 32 3/8, overall lg. 39 1/4 in.

Provenance: From the collection of W. Scott Ferriss. $1,000-1,200

Provenance: From the collection of W. Scott Ferriss. $400-600

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100 Collection of Continental Iron Armor and Arms, a mace with seven tapered flanges, a spontoon head with Germanic markings, a sword marked ME FECIT/SOLINGEN on both sides of the blade, a hand spike with an iron grip and handguard, a burgonet-style helmet with a movable visor and face guard, and an iron breastplate. $800-1,000

101 French and Indian War Powder Horn of Rufus Hill, mid to late 1750s, engraved horn with birds, animals, and foliate designs, marked on the side BY POWDER & BALL/THE FRENCH SHALL FALL/RUFUS HILL, pine plug carved with a shell design, lg. 10 in. Note: Rufus Hill was from Stonington, Connecticut, and served in the militia at various times during the conflict. $4,000-6,000

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102 Oration Delivered at Watertown, March 5, 1776, printed oration by Peter Thacher to commemorate the Boston Massacre, handwritten on the front is the name W. Jenn/ ison’s, and on the back is a handwritten account of the Boston Massacre, ht. 8 3/8, wd. 6 1/2 in. $800-1,000

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103 Hancock-signed Congressional Commission and Documents of Reverend Hezekiah Smith, c. 1777-78, commission dated 1777 for Reverend Smith to be appointed Chaplain of Nixon’s Battalion, signed by John Hancock, a furlough dated December 12th, 1777 from General Gates at Albany, New York, signed by Isaac Pierce, secretary to General Gates, an invitation to have dinner with General George Washington at White Plains, New York, dated August 1st, 1778, two letters dated March, 1905, regarding the sale of the documents to another family member, and a reprint of the life, journals, letters, and addresses of the Reverend Hezekiah Smith, DD. Note: Reverend Smith was born in Long Island on April 21st, 1737, and graduated from Princeton in 1758. He was ordained in Charleston, South Carolina, and moved to Haverhill, Massachusetts, in 1766. In 1775, he began his service as a chaplain and remained in the army until 1780. According to his journals and letters, he frequently spent time with General Washington, and was at many of the important battles of the American Revolution. Smith helped with the establishment of Brown University, and was given a diploma of Doctor of Divinity in 1797. He died in 1805. $4,000-6,000

104 Six Letters from British Major General Phillips to Major General Heath, dated April through October 1778, from Major General William Phillips to Major General William Heath written from Cambridge, Massachusetts, relating to conditions, clothing, and monetary needs for the Convention Army surrendered after the battle of Saratoga. $3,500-4,500

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105 Bowles/Brown Family Letters, c. 1775, three letters between two sisters, Miss Bowles and Miss Brown, which describe some of the events going on in and around Boston from June 10th, 1775 to November 14th, 1775, including an account of Charlestown in ashes after the Battle of Bunker Hill, written on July 12th, 1775, and the last letter talking about the British light horse taking over the Old South Meetinghouse, selling the pews for fuel and using it as a riding arena. $2,000-2,500

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106 Two Revolutionary War-era Fabric Swatches, c. 1775-83, remains of a pincushion fabricated from an American and a British coat with two notes, and a fragment of an American flag from the Revolutionary War with a handwritten note. $400-600

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107 Levi Lawrence Revolutionary War Pension Papers, c. late 18th/early 19th century, a December 1780 document about not drawing a blanket from public stores, a September 1781 document for payment to Lawrence for six months service, a note of reference, a handwritten letter explaining his Revolutionary service, and two State of Vermont Pension documents. $1,000-1,500

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108 Militia Cartridge Box, c. late 18th/early 19th century, black leather box and flap with stamped designs around the border, and heart-shaped stamp in the center, pine block with twenty-four holes, lg. 8 3/8, dp. 2 3/4, ht. 4 3/4 in. $400-600


109 American Officer’s Sash, c. early 19th century, crimson sash woven in a fishnet style, with macramé-style knot slides on each fringed end, fringe lg. 9 in., overall lg. 9 ft. Provenance: From the collection of W. Scott Ferriss. $300-500 110 Two Framed Oliver Hazard Perry Documents, c. 1814-15, a document from Newport, dated February 7, 1815 to John Cahoone regarding the return of iron ballast, signed “O.H. Perry,” and a document from Newport, dated July 13th, 1814 ordering Master William C. Greene to take command of United States gunboat number 5, signed by O.H. Perry. $800-1,200

111 U.S. Model 1841 Naval Surgeon’s Dress Coatee, c. 1840s, blue broadcloth body, lined with white kerseymere, cuffs have two small buttons, and two large, with three rows of half inch metallic braid, nine large size buttons down the front, and embroidered gold live oak around the top of the collar. Note: The coatee has had some restoration work done by Historical Costume Services. $1,500-2,500 112 Sword, Images, and Letters of Captain David D. Bard and Rodolphus Bard, c. mid to late 19th century, Model 1850 foot officer’s sword carried by Captain Bard, images of Bard in uniform, family correspondence between the Bard family, daguerreotype of family members, and letters from Captain Bard in the field. Note: David D. Bard was the Captain of Company I, 10th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was mortally wounded at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30th, 1864. Rodolphus Bard was in the same regiment, but was discharged prior to the completion of his enlistment. $2,000-3,000 113 Ulysses S. Grant Silk Memorial, c. 1880s, a wood-framed, embroidered silk memorial of President Grant in his casket, draped in an American flag, an angel directing two women, one representing the north, the other the south, above which is embroidered in gold LET US HAVE PEACE, below the casket in black is embroidered IN MEMORIAM U.S. GRANT, frame lg. 29 1/2, ht. 23 1/2 in.

114 Reins, Bit, and Belt of General Francis S. Dodge, and a Commercial Haversack, c. mid to late 19th century, steel bit with US marked rosettes, leather and brass bridle with brass rosettes marked with FSD, an officer’s sword belt, a embroidered sword hanger, and a leather and painted-cloth commercial officers haversack with the name Edwin Bailey painted inside the flap. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: Francis Dodge, from Danvers, Massachusetts, enlisted on October 9th, 1861 in Company F of the 23rd Massachusetts, promoted to 1st Lieutenant December 19th, 1863, and Captain on July 6th, 1865. After the war he was a Major in San Antonio, Texas, and retired as a General. Although the haversack is listed as belonging to Dodge, it more than likely belonged to 1st Lieutenant Edwin Bailey, Company K of the 8th Massachusetts Infantry, also from the North Shore area of Massachusetts. $500-700 115 Group of Civil War-era Accoutrements, c. 1861-65, a Model 1855 cartridge box and shoulder strap with a lead-filled oval brass plate marked US, a Model 1864 cartridge box, a carbine cartridge box with a wooden block, a cap box marked USN, a cap box marked R.WHITE/U.S./ORD. DEPT./SUB INSPECTOR, and an enlisted mans waistbelt with no buckle. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 116 Five Civil War Canteens, c. 1861-65, three with jean cloth covers, and two without covers. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 117 Cased Militia Officer’s Half Plate Ambrotype, c. 1850s, standing image with a plumed shako sitting on a table, soldier with his arms crossed in a frock coat with epaulets, sash, sword, and sword belt, inside of the thermoplastic union case marked GENUINE UNION CASE,/IMPROVED./S. PECKS PATENT/OCT. 3D. 1854/H. HALVERSON’S PATENT/Aug. 7th, 1855./Assigned to S. Peck./S. PECK’S PATENT,/Feb. 5th, 1856., overall ht. 6 3/8, wd. 5 1/4 in. $400-600

118 Sibley Stove and Accessories, c. 1850s-60s, black sheet iron cone-shaped stove, double-hinged door with latch, halfround plate with L-shaped brackets, and the vent for the ceiling of a Sibley tent, ht. 24, dia. 19 in. $300-500 119 Twelve-pound Spherical Case Shot with Base from Gettysburg, c. 1863, twelve pound iron shot with the fuse removed, engraved on the ball Gettysburg/1863 with an old accession number glued to the back, on a wooden base with the same accession number, and a glued on label which reads Union/Twelve Inch/Shell, ht. 6 3/4, wd. 4 3/8 in. $1,000-1,500 120 Printed Thirty-six-star American Flag, c. 1865-67, white plain-woven glazed cotton with printed red stripes, and a printed blue canton with a large central star, ht. 27, lg. 43 in. $1,000-1,500

121 Sword, Belt, Canteen, and Cartridge Box of Henry Richardson, Battery E, 1st New York Light Artillery, c. 1861-65, buff leather mounted waistbelt with brass fittings, stamped under the adjustment tab H. Richardson/ Co. E. 1st Arty. N.Y.S.V., attached to the belt revolver cartridge box, and a Model 1840 Light Artillery saber marked on one side of the blade AMES MFG. CO./CHICOPEE/MASS. and on the other side U.S./A.D.K./1862, and a smoothside canteen with jean cloth cover, marked on one side in red paint 1/NY, and on the other side E, stamped under the strap is H. Richardson/Co. E. 1st Arty. N.Y.S.V. Note: Battery E of the 1st New York mustered into service on September 13, 1861, engaged during the Siege of Yorktown, Williamsburg. The Peninsula, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, North Anna, Petersburg, and was with the 5th Army Corps during the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox, Virginia. $800-1,200 122 Pair of Gilt-brass Officer’s Spurs, c. mid19th century, gilt-brass spurs with eagle wings that wrap around the boot, and an eagle’s head with the spur attached, and leather boot attachment straps with brass buckles, lg. 5 1/4 in. $300-500

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600

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123 24th Corps Civil War Badge, c. 1864-65, silver heart-shaped badge with a pin back, an engraved border on the face, and 24th/ CORPS in the center, ht. 1 1/4, wd. 1 1/4 in. $300-500 124 Group of Japanese Tsuba, c. 18th/19th century, sixteen tsuba of various pattern, date, and design, some with gold inlays of foliate designs. $700-900

125 Group of Imperial German Medals, c. early 20th century, a blue enameled Blue Max medal, marked with a crown over an F, as well as Pour/leMe’/rite, marked near the neck clasp W 800, and on the ribbon loop 800, with a black and silver ribbon, a silver pilot’s badge with a crown, wreath, bow, and a plane flying over a village, marked on the back C.E. JUNCKER/Berlin/800, an iron cross with a crown over W/1914, and a black-painted wound badge. $2,500-3,500

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126 French Model 1766 Flintlock Musket, c. mid-18th century, walnut stock, lockplate lightly marked Charleville, and an A, inside of lockplate marked P.H, left sideplate marked with an RR, light barrel marking on the left of the breech, iron ramrod with the bottom turned into a cleaning jag, barrel lg. 45, overall lg. 60 1/2 in. $1,500-1,800

127 Samuel Galton Contract Short Land Pattern Musket, c. 1780s, walnut stock with storekeeper’s stamp dated 1786, brass fittings, hand-engraved lockplate marked with a crown over SG, inside of lockplate marked SGS, flat brass sideplate, breech of the barrel stamped with a crown and crossed scepters, a crown over an 8, and SG, inside of the ramrod channel has the assembly markings and the initials HM, barrel lg. 42 1/2, overall lg. 58 3/4 in. $1,500-1,800


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128 1793 Pattern Short Land Musket, c. late 18th century, walnut stock with brass fittings, buttplate tang marked 44/LI, lockplate marked TOWER with a crown over GR, inside of the lockplate marked with a crown over 22, barrel lg. 39 1/4 in, overall lg. 55 1/4 in. $800-1,000 129 Wheeler Brass-barreled Blunderbuss, c. late 18th/early 19th century, walnut stock with engraved brass fittings, lockplate marked Wheeler, brass round barrel with proof marks on the left side of the breech, barrel lg. 12, overall lg. 28 1/2 in. $1,800-2,000

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130 Richards Brass-barreled Blunderbuss and Bayonet, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with engraved brass fittings, lockplate marked J&W/Richards, brass octagonal to round barrel proof marked on the left side of the breech, with a spring-loaded bayonet on top of the barrel, barrel lg. 14 1/2, overall lg. 30 in. $2,500-4,500

131 Parker Brass-barreled Blunderbuss with Bayonet, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with engraved brass fittings, lockplate marked PARKER, brass octagonal to round barrel marked HOLBORN on the top with proof marks on the left side, with a spring-loaded bayonet on top of the barrel, barrel lg. 15 1/2, overall lg. 32 in. $2,500-4,500

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132 U.S. Model 1795 Springfield Musket, c. 1809, walnut stock with iron fittings, lockplate marked with 1809 and an eagle over SPRINGFIELD, barrel proof marked with a P over an eagle, as well as SNY, buttplate is dated 1807, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 55 in. $700-900 133 Model 1795 Flintlock Musket, c. late 18th century, walnut stock marked JP on the left side of the butt, exterior of the lockplate is unmarked, interior marked SW, no markings on the barrel, barrel lg. 44 1/4, overall lg. 59 1/4 in. $800-1,000


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134 Third Model Brown Bess Variant, c. early 19th century, light colored walnut stock, brass fittings, steel lock marked WHEELER with a crown over GR, proof marks on breech, barrel lg. 39, overall lg. 55 1/4 in. $1,200-1,400 135 Third Model Brown Bess Variant, c. early 19th century, light colored walnut stock, brass fittings, steel lock marked only with a crown over GR, proof marks on breech, barrel lg. 39, overall lg. 55 1/4 in. $1,000-1,200 136 British India Pattern Flintlock Musket, c. early 19th century, walnut stock stamped 676 behind the triggerguard, brass fittings, lock marked TOWER, and a crown over GR, pierced heart-shaped cock, barrel has proof marks near the breech and marked 676, and a steel button-head ramrod, barrel lg. 39 1/2, overall lg. 55 in. $600-800

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137 Edgson Brass-barreled Blunderbuss and Bayonet, c. late 18th/early 19th century, walnut stock with engraved brass fittings, lockplate marked Edgson, brass octagonal to round barrel marked Stamford on the top, side-mounted wooden ramrod, with a bayonet under the barrel, barrel lg. 14, overall lg. 31 in. $2,000-4,000

138 Virginia Manufactory Second Model Musket, c. 1812, walnut stock with iron fittings, tail of the lockplate marked RICHMOND/1812, and in front of the hammer VIRGINIA, breech marked with an eagle over P, barrel lg. 40 3/4, overall lg. 56 1/2 in. $2,000-3,000

139 Model 1814 U.S. Flintlock Rifle, c. 1814-17, walnut stock with cheek rest on the left side of the butt, and a cartouche behind the side plate, oval steel patchbox on the right side of the butt, steel lock plate marked US/R. JOHNSON., octagonal to round barrel marked at the breech P/US, steel ramrod with brass tip, barrel lg. 33 1/2, overall lg. 49 1/8 in. $2,000-2,500

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140 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1834, walnut stock with a cartouche on the top side of the comb, tail of the lockplate marked PHILA/1834, and marked with a US over M.T. WICKHAM in front of the hammer, breech dated 1834, and marked US/JM/P, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 3/4 in. $600-800

142 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, lockplate marked M.T. WICKHAM in front of the hammer, breech dated 1820 and marked with an eagle, and V/P with the name G. HAY engraved, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $600-800

141 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1831, walnut stock, tail of the lockplate marked HARPERS/FERRY/1831, and marked with an eagle over US in front of the hammer, breech dated 1834, barrel lg. 42 1/8, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $400-600

143 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1831, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, and on the top of the comb tail of the lockplate marked PHILA/1831, with a US over M.T. WICKHAM in front of the hammer, breech dated 1839, and marked US/JOS/P, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 7/8 in. $600-800

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144 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket and Bayonet, c. 1817, walnut stock with a light cartouche on the left side, and the number 20 stamped on the right side of the butt, steel fittings, the tail of the lockplate marked SPRING/ FIELD/1817, and marked with an eagle over US in front of the hammer, barrel tang dated 1818, the breech marked with a P and V with an eagle head, steel bayonet with no markings, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $800-1,000 145 Model 1816 Wickham Contract Flintlock Musket, c. early 19th century, walnut stock, marked on the left side V/GF, and SNJ, marked next to, and below the triggerguard GLOUCESTER BRIGADE, lockplate marked in front of the hammer M.T. WICKHAM in a crescent shape, over PHILA, barrel marked near the breech F/P/US, and S.N.J, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $800-1,000


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146 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1839, walnut stock with steel fittings, tail of the lockplate marked SPRING/FIELD/1839, and marked with an eagle over U.S. in front of the hammer, breech marked US/NWP/P, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $800-1,000 147 U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket and Bayonet, c. 1831, walnut stock with two light cartouche marks on the left side, iron fittings, the tail of the lockplate is marked SPRING/ FIELD/1831, and has an eagle over US in front of the hammer, barrel tang marked 1831, bayonet marked US, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $700-900

148 Model 1817 U.S. Flintlock Rifle, c. 1817-40, walnut stock with V/GF stamped behind the side plate, oval steel patchbox on the right of the butt, steel lock plate marked US/H. DERINGER/PHILADA, steel barrel marked GF/P/US on the left side of the breech, and a steel ramrod with a brass tip, barrel lg. 35 3/4, overall lg. 51 1/2 in. $1,200-1,500

151 Model 1855 Percussion Rifle, c. 1861, walnut stock with no visible cartouche marks, steel patchbox on the left side of the butt, steel fittings, lockplate marked 1861 with an eagle, and U.S./HARPERS FERRY, barrel marked 1860 with V/P over an eagle, barrel lg. 33, overall lg. 49 1/2 in. $1,200-1,500

149 U.S Model 1842 Percussion Musket, c. 1849, walnut stock with iron fittings, lockplate marked SPRING/FIELD/1849, barrel proof marked V/P over an eagle head, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 3/4 in. $600-800

152 Henry Lever Action Rifle, c. 1862, walnut stock, brass buttplate missing the cleaning rod door, brass frame, steel lever, top of the barrel marked with the serial number 636, and HENRY’S PATENT. OCT. 16. 1860/MANUFACT’D BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS. CO. HEW HAVEN. CT., (missing the breechblock and a few other internal parts), barrel lg. 24, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. $8,000-10,000

150 U.S. Model 1855 Percussion Rifle-musket, c. 1859, walnut stock, steel patchbox on the butt, steel fittings, lockplate dated on the tail 1859 and marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 1/4 in. $500-700

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153 Model 1855 Rifle-musket, c. 1858, walnut stock with double cartouche on the left side, iron fittings and brass nose cap, lockplate marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD, and 1858, breech of the barrel marked V/P over an eagle, dated 1858, and a small 27 stamped on the barrel tang, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $1,200-1,500

154 Ball Repeating Carbine, c. 1864-65, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, and inspector markings near the wrist and on the comb, left side of the receiver marked E.G. LAMSON & CO/WINDSOR, VT./U.S./BALL’S PATENT/JUNE 23, 1863/MAR 15, 1864, barrel lg. 20 1/2, overall lg. 37 3/4 in. $1,500-2,000

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155 Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine, c. 1863-65, serial number C20058, walnut stock with cartouche marks on the left side of the butt, right side of the receiver marked C.SHARPS’ PAT/OCT. 5TH 1852 and R.S. LAWRENCE PAT/APRIL 12TH 1859., left side lightly marked C.SHARPS PAT/SEPT. 12TH 1848, top of the barrel near the breech lightly marked NEW MODEL 1863, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 39 1/4 in. $700-900

156 S.C. Robinson Type Two Richmond Carbine, c. 1863-64, walnut stock with steel fittings and brass barrel band, initials carved on the left side of the butt, rear of the lock and receiver tang marked 2807, barrel marked behind the rear sight RICHMOND, VA., barrel lg. 21, overall lg. 38 1/2 in. $3,000-5,000

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157 Sharps New Model 1863 Rifle, c. 1865, serial number C37118, walnut stock with three cartouche marks on the left butt, steel patchbox on the right butt, inspector mark C.B.G. stamped on the wood forestock just above the lever, right side of the receiver marked C.SHARPS’ PAT/OCT. 5TH 1852 and R.S. LAWRENCE PAT/APRIL 12TH 1859., left side lightly marked C.SHARPS PAT/SEPT. 12TH 1848, top of the barrel near the breech marked NEW MODEL 1863 and in front of the rear sight SHARPS RIFLE/MANUFG. CO./ HARTFORD CONN, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 47 1/2 in. $1,000-1,200 158 Smith Carbine, c. 1861-65, serial number 10989, walnut stock with cartouche marks on the left side of the butt, steel fittings, marked on the left side of the breech ADDRESS/ POULTNEY & TRIMBLE/BALTIMORE, U.S.A., SMITH’S PATENT/JUNE 23 1857, and MANUFACTURED BY/AM’N M’CH’N. WKS/ SPRINGFIELD MASS, barrel lg. 21 5/8, overall lg. 39 in. $800-1,000


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159 Keen, Walker and Company “Perry” Confederate Carbine, c. 1862, walnut stock, brass frame with steel fittings, tilting steel breechblock, steel sling ring and bar on the left side of the receiver, barrel marked next to the rear sight P, barrel lg. 22 1/2, overall lg. 40 in. $10,000-15,000

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160 Spencer Repeating Model 1865 Carbine, c. 1865, walnut stock and handguard with no visible cartouche, serial number 33051, steel barrel with three groove rifling, steel saddlebar and fittings, marked on top of the receiver SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE/PAT’D MARCH 6, 1860/MANUF’D AT PROV. R.I./BY BURNSIDE RIFLE CO./MODEL 1865., barrel lg. 20, overall lg. 37 in. $700-900

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161 Burnside Fifth Model Carbine, c. 186364, serial number 14605, walnut stock and fore-end, steel frame marked BURNSIDE PATENT/MODEL OF 1864, left side of the lockplate marked BURNSIDE RIFLE CO./ PROVIDENCE=R.I., barrel lg. 21, overall lg. 39 1/4 in. $700-900


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162 Model 1863 U.S. Double Rifle-musket, c. 1863-64, walnut stock with a double cartouche on the left side, breech of the barrel marked LINDSAY/PATENT’D. OCT. 9. 1860, buttplate marked with US, barrel bands marked U on the right side, and a small H on the left, barrel lg. 41 1/8, overall lg. 56 in. $2,000-2,500

163 Model 1861 Trenton Rifle-musket, c. 1863, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, a 40 in front of the buttplate tang, and a 10 behind the barrel tang, steel fittings, lockplate marked with an eagle, U.S./TRENTON, and the date 1863, breech of the barrel marked 1864, V/P over an eagle, and N.J, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $700-900

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164 Bilharz, Hall and Company “Rising Breech� Confederate Carbine, c. 1862-64, walnut stock and fore-end, steel fittings, receiver marked on the bottom left of the rising block P/CS, and marked at the breech P/CS, under the receiver and lever marked 104, barrel lg. 21, overall lg. 39 3/4 in. $20,000-30,000

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165 Remington Model 1863 Percussion Contract Rifle with Bayonet and Scabbard, c. 1863, walnut stock with light cartouche marks, brass patchbox on the right side of the butt, brass buttplate, triggerguard, barrel bands, and nose cap, color case hardened lock marked 1863, with an eagle over U.S., and REMINGTON’S/ILION, N.Y., blued-steel barrel marked 1863 with V/P over an eagle, and STEEL R.K., steel saber bayonet with brass hilt and leather scabbard, barrel lg. 33, overall lg. 49 in. $1,000-1,500 166 U.S. Model 1863 Percussion Rifle-musket, c. 1863, walnut stock with a light cartouche, steel fittings, tail of the lockplate dated 1863, and marked with an eagle and U.S./ SPRINGFIELD, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 1/2 in. $300-500

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167 Confederate Richmond Rifle-musket, c. 1863, walnut stock with steel fittings, lockplate dated on the tail 1863, and marked on the front C.S./RICHMOND, VA, barrel dated on the breech 1863 and marked V/P over an eagle, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $2,000-3,000

170 Spencer Carbine, c. 1863-65, serial number 10728, walnut stock with cartouche marks on the left side, steel fittings, top of receiver lightly marked SPENCER REPEATING/RIFLE CO. BOSTON, MASS./PAT’D MARCH 6, 1860, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 39 in. $700-900

168 Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine, c. 1863-65, serial number 97859, walnut stock with a light cartouche mark on the left side of the butt, right side of the receiver marked C.SHARPS’ PAT/OCT. 5TH 1852 and R.S. LAWRENCE PAT/APRIL 12TH 1859., barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 39 1/4 in. $600-800

171 Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine with Carbine Sling Hook, c. late 19th century, walnut stock, steel barrel, saddlebar, and fittings, serial number 77977, marked on top of barrel NEW MODEL 1863, and SHARPS RIFLE/MANUFG. CO./HARTFORD CONN., marked on lock R.S. LAWRENCE’ PAT./APRIL 12TH 1859, and C. SHARPS’ PAT./SEPT. 12TH 1848, with a carbine sling hook marked O.B. NORTH & CO./NEW HAVEN-CT, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 39 in.

169 Sharps New Model 1863 Rifle, c. 1865, serial number C42673, walnut stock with steel patchbox on the right butt, right side of the receiver marked C.SHARPS’ PAT/OCT. 5TH 1852 and R.S. LAWRENCE PAT/APRIL 12TH 1859., left side lightly marked C.SHARPS PAT/SEPT. 12TH 1848, top of the barrel near the breech marked NEW MODEL 1863 and in front of the rear sight SHARPS RIFLE/ MANUFG. CO./HARTFORD CONN, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 47 1/2 in. $1,000-1,200

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172 Miller Model 1861 Conversion, c. 186567, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, steel fittings, lockplate dated 1864 and marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, top of the breechblock marked W. H. & G.W. MILLER/PATENT MAY 23, 1865/ MERIDEN MFG. CO., MERIDEN, CONN., barrel lg. 29 1/8, overall lg. 46 in. $700-900 173 Model 1866 Allin Conversion Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1866, walnut stock with light cartouche mark and steel fittings, lockplate dated 1864 and marked U.S./ SPRINGFIELD, breechblock marked MODEL 1866 over an eagle, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $300-500 174 Allin Conversion Model 1866 Rifle, c. 1866, walnut stock with light cartouche on the left side, lockplate dated 1864 and marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, top of the trapdoor marked with an eagle head and 1866, barrel lg. 36 5/8, overall lg. 56 in. $600-800

175 Needham Conversion of a Model 1861/63 Rifle-musket, c. 1869, walnut stock with steel fittings, lockplate dated 1862 and marked with an eagle and BRIDESBURG, steel barrel with no markings, and a steel ramrod, barrel lg. 37, overall lg. 56 1/4 in. $600-800 176 Needham Conversion of a Model 1861/63 Rifle-musket, c. 1869, walnut stock with steel fittings, lockplate dated 1863 and marked with an eagle over U.S. and SAVAGE R. F. A. CO./MIDDLETOWN, Ct., steel barrel with no markings, and a steel ramrod, barrel lg. 37, overall lg. 56 1/4 in. $700-900

177 British Martini-Henry Rifle, c. 1886, walnut stock with markings stamped into the left side of the butt, receiver marked with a crown over V.R./ENFIELD/1886/IV/1, with war department stamps on the lever and proof marks near the left side of the breech, overall lg. 48 3/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $200-400 178 Needham Conversion of a Model 1861/63 Rifle-musket, c. 1869, walnut stock with steel fittings, lockplate dated 1864 and marked with an eagle and U.S./BRIDESBURG, steel barrel with no markings, and a steel ramrod, barrel lg. 37, overall lg. 56 1/4 in. $700-900

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179 Metallic Cartridge Conversion Sharps Carbine, c. 1867, serial number 77709, walnut stock, iron fittings, saddle bar and ring on left side, lockplate marked C. SHARP’S PAT./OCT. 5TH 1852, and R.S. LAWRENCE PAT./APRIL 12TH 1859, top of barrel near sight marked NEW MODEL 1859, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 39 in. $700-900 180 Model 1868 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1868-72, walnut stock, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, and 1864, front of trapdoor marked 1869 with an eagle’s head, crossed arrows, and U.S, serial number 4724 marked on barrel and receiver, barrel lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 51 1/2 in. $300-500


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181 Model 1871 Ward-Burton Rifle, c. 1871, walnut stock, steel fittings, top of bolt marked WARD BURTON PATENT/DEC 20 1859 FEB 21 1871, left side of receiver marked U.S./ SPRINGFIELD 1871 with an eagle, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 51 3/4 in. $600-800 182 Model 1870 U.S. Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1870-73, serial number 32115, walnut stock with light cartouche on the left side, lockplate dated 1863 with an eagle and U.S./ SPRINGFIELD, top of the trapdoor marked with an eagle over crossed arrows and 1870, barrel lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 52 in. $600-800

184 Cased English Westley Richards Twelvegauge Percussion Shotgun, c. mid to late 19th century, walnut stock with checkered wrist and engraved steel fittings, both sides of the lockplate engraved with foliate designs and marked WESTLEY RICHARDS, damascus finish on barrels, marked in the center WESTLEY RICHARDS 170 NEW BOND ST. LONDON with proof marks, and the number 9100 under the barrel, with two powder flasks, tools, and a leather shot bag, mahogany case with brass fittings, lined with green bay, with a paper label under the lid marked WESTLEY RICHARDS/Gun Manufacturer/ To His Royal Highness/PRINCE ALBERT/170 New Bond Street/London, barrel lg. 30, case ht. 3 3/8, wd. 9 3/4, lg. 32 in. $5,000-7,000

183 U.S. Model 1871 Rolling Block Rifle, c. 1872, walnut stock with cartouche on left side, right frame marked with an eagle over U.S./ SPRINGFIELD/1872, and left side marked MODEL 1871., tang marked REMINGTONS PATENT/PAT. MAY 3D, NOV. 15TH, APRIL 17TH, 1868, barrel lg. 36, overall lg. 52 in. $300-500

185 Model 1871 Rolling Block U.S. Army Rifle, c. 1872, walnut stock with crisp cartouche on the left side, color case hardened receiver with Remington patent on tang, marked on left side of the receiver MODEL 1871, and on the right with an eagle and U.S/SPRINGFIELD/1872, barrel lg. 36, overall lg. 52 in. $500-700

186 Model 1871 Rolling Block U.S. Army Rifle, c. 1872, walnut stock with crisp cartouche on the left side, color case hardened receiver with Remington patent on tang, marked on left side of the receiver MODEL 1871, and on the right with an eagle and U.S/SPRINGFIELD/1872, barrel lg. 36, overall lg. 52 in. $600-800 187 Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, c. 187377, walnut stock with very light cartouche, steel fittings, lockplate marked U.S./ SPRINGFIELD/1873, serial number marked on the breech 188821 and on top of the trapdoor US/MODEL/1873, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. $400-600 188 Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, c. 1886, serial number 206357B, .44 caliber, walnut stock, receiver tang marked MODEL 1873, top of the barrel marked 44 CAL with patent dates, barrel lg. 24, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. $800-1,000

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189 Model 1873 “Custer Range� Trapdoor Springfield Carbine, c. late 19th century, serial number 22312, walnut stock with ESA cartouche on the left side, and script circle P below the triggerguard, steel fittings, lockplate marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD/1873, top of high arch trapdoor marked MODEL/1873 over an eagle head and US, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 3/8 in. $2,000-2,500 190 Winchester Model 1873 Musket with Bayonet, c. 1891, serial number 369604, 44-40 caliber, receiver tang marked MODEL 1873, barrel lightly marked WINCHESTERREPEATING-ARMS NEW HAVEN, CT/KINGS IMPROVEMENT-PATENTED, with illegible dates, steel bayonet with no markings, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 48 3/4 in. $800-1,200 191 Remington Rolling Block Rifle, c. late 19th century, walnut stock, steel fittings, receiver tang marked with three-line address and patent dates, stamped 16 on the breech ring, no markings on barrel, blued-steel front sight hood, barrel lg. 36, overall lg. 52 in. $400-600 192 Remington Rolling Block Rifle, c. late 19th century, walnut stock, steel fittings, receiver tang marked with three-line address and patent dates, no markings on barrel, three barrel bands stamped U, barrel lg. 36, overall lg. 52 in. $500-700

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193 Model 1871 Ward-Burton Rifle, c. 1871, walnut stock with double cartouche on the left side, steel fittings, top of bolt marked WARD BURTON PATENT/DEC 20 1859 FEB 21 1871, left side of receiver marked U.S./ SPRINGFIELD 1871 with an eagle, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 51 3/4 in. $800-1,000 194 Remington Rolling Block Rifle, c. late 19th century, walnut stock, steel fittings, buttplate has a built-in shoulder pad, receiver tang marked with three-line address and patent dates, no markings on barrel, barrel lg. 36, overall lg. 52 in. $600-800

195 Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1873-77, walnut stock, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, front of trapdoor marked U.S./MODEL/1873, serial number 207039, barrel lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 51 3/4 in. $400-600 196 Winchester Hotchkiss Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1879-98, serial number 2842, walnut stock with light cartouche on the left side, receiver marked with Winchester address and patent markings, barrel marked behind the sight W.W.K./US with an anchor, and V/P over an eagle, barrel lg. 28, overall lg. 49 in. $700-900

197 Model 1884 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1890, walnut stock with crisp 1890 cartouche and circle P under the triggerguard, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S/ SPRINGFIELD, serial number marked near breech 320791, marked on top of trapdoor U.S/MODEL/1873, with ramrod bayonet, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52 in. $300-500 198 Mauser Model 71/84 and Bayonet, c. 1888, serial number 3088, walnut stock with steel fittings, marked on the left side of the receiver Mod. 71/84., marked on the breech of the barrel SPANDAU under a crown, with a sight hood, bayonet, and scabbard, overall lg. 51 in. $200-400

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199 Model 1882 Chaffee-Reese Rifle, c. 1884, walnut stock with a crisp cartouche on the upper left butt, and a circle P below the triggerguard, steel fittings, receiver marked U.S.-SPRINGFIELD.-1884., blued-steel barrel has V/P over an eagle near the breech, barrel lg. 27 7/8, overall lg. 49 in. $500-700 200 Remington-Lee Magazine, Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1885, walnut stock with no visible cartouche mark, upper left of receiver marked with Remington address and patent dates, receiver ring marked U.S.N. over an anchor and No. 2439/W.W.K., steel box magazine with two grooves down each side, barrel lg. 32, overall lg. 52 1/2 in. $300-500 201 Model 1888 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1892, serial number 557122, walnut stock with crisp cartouche dated 1892, 766 stamped on wrist below barrel tang, and a large 23 on the right side of the butt, bluedsteel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S./ SPRINGFIELD, marked on top of the trapdoor U.S./MODEL/1884, with steel ramrod bayonet, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52 in. $400-600 202 Model 1888 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, c. 1892, walnut stock with crisp 1892 cartouche, numbered 23 on the butt, and a circle P under the triggerguard, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S/SPRINGFIELD, serial number marked near breech 537420, marked on top of trapdoor U.S/MODEL/1884, with site hood, ramrod bayonet, and a reproduction leather sling, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52 in. $300-500

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203 Model 1891 Argentine Mauser Rifle, c. 1891, serial number W6544, all numbers matching, walnut stock, bluedsteel fittings and barrel, left side of the receiver marked MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1891/DEUTCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN./BERLIN., overall lg. 48 1/2 in. $400-600

208 Model 1896 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1897, serial number 36915, walnut stock with light cartouche and a circle P below the triggerguard and a crack in the wrist, steel fittings, receiver marked on the left side U.S./1896. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 36915, with brass front sight and muzzle cover, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. $200-400

204 Model 1892 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1895, serial number 12671, walnut stock with light cartouche on the left side, and circle P below the triggerguard, steel fittings, receiver marked on the left side U.S./1894. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 12671, second type nose cap with original steel cleaning rod, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. $400-600

209 Model 1896 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1898, serial number 94406, walnut stock with light cartouche on the left side, and a circle P below the triggerguard, steel fittings, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1896. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 94406, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. $300-500

205 Model 1892 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1895, serial number 6147, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, a circle P below the triggerguard, steel fittings, receiver marked on the left side U.S./1894. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 6147., barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. $500-700 206 Model 1892 Krag Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1895, serial number 19081, walnut stock with light cartouche, has a circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./1894. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 19081, bayonet marked US and 1898, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. $500-700 207 Model 1895/96 Krag Carbine, c. 1895, serial number 28390, walnut stock with a light cartouche on the left side, and a circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked on the left side U.S./1895. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 28390, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. $300-500

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210 Model 1896 Krag Carbine, c. 1896-98, serial number 93463, walnut stock with a light cartouche, has very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1896. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 93463, bluedsteel front sight hood, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. $300-500 211 Winchester-Lee Straight Pull Rifle, c. 1898, serial number 8211, walnut stock and handguard, left side of receiver marked with Winchester address and patent dates, receiver ring marked -U.S.N- over an anchor, and No. 8211/-N.C.T.-, barrel lg. 28, overall lg. 47 3/4 in. $700-900 212 Winchester-Lee Straight Pull Rifle, c. 1898, serial number 3591, walnut stock and handguard, left side of receiver marked with Winchester address and patent dates, receiver ring marked -U.S.N- over an anchor, and No. 3591/-N.C.T.-, barrel lg. 28, overall lg. 47 3/4 in. $700-900


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213 Sporterized Krag Bolt Action Rifle and a Barreled Action, c. 1896-99, a barreled action with triggerguard, serial number 17030, receiver marked U.S./1894. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 17030, and a sporterized Krag, serial number 121873, walnut stock cut in front of the barrel band, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 121873, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $200-400 214 Model 1896 Krag Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1898, serial number 43135, walnut stock with light cartouche on left side, has a crisp circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1896. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 43135, with a leather sling, bayonet dated 1903 with scabbard, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. $400-600

215 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1899, serial number160854, walnut stock with no visible cartouche, has very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 160854, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 216 Model 1898 Krag Gallery Practice Rifle, c. 1906-07, serial number 475954, walnut stock with a light cartouche, and a circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 475954 CAL./.22, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $400-600 217 Model 1898 Krag Carbine, c. 1902, serial number 382372, walnut stock, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 382372, barrel lg. 21 1/2, overall lg. 40 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $200-400

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218 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1903, serial number 434258, walnut stock with a light cartouche, has very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 434258, with leather sling, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $400-600 219 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1899, serial number 150860, walnut stock with a cartouche and a circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 150860, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $400-600


220 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1899, serial number 158485, walnut stock with a very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 158485, with a brass muzzle cover, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 221 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1902, serial number 224348, walnut stock with a light cartouche, has very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 224348, with brass muzzle cover, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 222 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1899, serial number 204047, walnut stock with a very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 204047, with a leather sling, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500

223 Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1902, serial number 390054, walnut stock with crisp cartouche, crisp circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1898. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 390054, with bayonet marked US, and 1900, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 49 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $500-700 224 1899 Philippine Constabulary Krag Carbine, c. early 20th century, serial number 353608, walnut stock, receiver marked U.S./ MODEL 1899. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 353608, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 225 Winchester-Lee Straight Pull Rifle, c. 1899, serial number 16142, walnut stock and handguard, left side of receiver marked with Winchester address and patent dates, receiver ring marked -U.S.N- over an anchor, and No. 16142/-J.N.J.-, barrel lg. 28, overall lg. 47 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $700-900

226 Model 1899 Krag Carbine, c. 1900, serial number 288981, walnut stock with a light cartouche, has very light circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1899. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 288981, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in.

232 Model 1905 Ross Rifle Action, Stock, and Bolt, c. early 20th century, serial number 2945, a barreled action on a sporterized stock, missing the bolt and handguard, a fulllength stock with various stamps on the butt, and a bolt in a cosmoline wrapper.

Note: FFL. $300-500

Note: FFL. $100-200

227 Model 1899 Krag Carbine, c. 1899-1902, serial number 222598, walnut stock, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1899. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 222598, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in.

233 Two Russian Rifles and an Italian Rifle, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a Russian Berdan Model 1870 type II, serial number 23403, walnut stock and steel fittings, a Russian Mosin-Nagant Model 1891/30 rifle, serial number 50403, walnut stock and steel fittings, and an Italian Carcano Cavalry Carbine, serial number TP9549, walnut stock with steel fittings, and a folding bayonet.

Note: FFL. $300-500 228 Model 1899 Krag Carbine, c. 1901, serial number 346646, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, and a circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./ MODEL 1899. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 346646, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 229 Model 1899 Krag Carbine, c. 1899-1902, serial number 345046, walnut stock, receiver marked U.S./MODEL 1899. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 345046, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 230 Model 1899 Krag Bolt Action Carbine, c. 1899, serial number 229093, walnut stock with light cartouche dated 1899 and circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked on the left side U.S./MODEL 1899. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 229093, with a steel sight guard, barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 231 Lee-metford Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1902, serial number 9234, walnut stock stamped with COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA/MILY. FORCES and double broad arrows on the right side of the butt, right side of the receiver near the bolt marked with a crown and E.R./ SPARKBROOK/1902/LE/I, with a Parker Hale rear sight, leather sling, and bayonet without a scabbard, overall lg. 50 in.

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $200-400 234 Five Bolt Action Rifles, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a Model 1889 Schmidt-Rubin, serial number 183625, walnut stock and steel fittings, a Model 1893 Spanish Mauser, serial number A7365 with matching bolt, walnut stock with steel fittings and Spanish crest on the receiver ring, a sporterized Spanish Mauser, serial number X1658, walnut halfstock, and steel fittings, a Czech Mauser Model VZ 24, serial number P53326, walnut stock missing handguard, steel fittings, dated 1937 on the receiver ring, and a Siamese Type 45 Mauser with a walnut stock, steel fittings, and Japanese arsenal markings on the left side of the receiver. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $300-500 235 Two Bolt Action Rifles, c. early 20th century, a French Berthier MLe M16, serial number 99632, with a walnut stock and steel fittings, and an Austrian M.95M with a walnut stock and steel fittings. Provenance: From the collection of Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $250-350

Note: FFL. $300-500

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236 German Gewehr 98 Bolt Action Rifle and Two Bayonets, c. 1916, serial number 6065m, walnut stock, marked on the receiver ring WAFFENFABRIK/MAUSER A-G/ OBERNDORF A/N/1916, with a cleaning rod, reproduction leather sling, a sawback bayonet and scabbard, and a butcher blade bayonet with no scabbard, overall lg. 49 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 237 Three Swedish Bolt Action Rifles, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a Model 96 Mauser, serial number 31293, with a walnut stock and blued-steel fittings, marked on the receiver ring WAFFENFABRIK/MAUSER/ OBERNDORF/1899, with a leather sling, a Model 96, serial number 511092, with a walnut stock and blued-steel fittings, marked on the receiver ring CARL GUSTAFS STADS/ GEVARSFAKTORI./1924 with a leather sling, and a Model 38, serial number 617992, with a walnut stock and blued-steel fittings, marked on the receiver ring HUSQVARNA VAPENFABRIKS/AKTIEBOLAG/1941 with a leather sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog.

238 U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, c. early 20th century, serial number 928922, walnut stock marked 15 below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD/ ARMORY/MODEL 1903/928922, barrel marked with an ordnance bomb and SA/1127, leather sling with no visible markings, a 1906 dated bayonet with canvas and leather scabbard, overall lg. 43 1/2 in.

240 Two Mauser Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Mexican Mauser Model 1910, serial number 25446, with a walnut stock, bright receiver and blued-steel fittings, with a cleaning rod and canvas sling, and a Columbian Mauser Model VZ 12/33, serial number 09479, with a walnut stock, bluedsteel fittings, leather sling, bayonet, and a scabbard.

Note: FFL. $400-600

Note: FFL. $200-400

239 U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1917-18, serial number 494219, walnut stock marked R near the muzzle, receiver marked U.S./MODEL OF 1917/ WINCHESTER/494219, barrel marked with an ordnance bomb and JA, leather sling dated 1917, with a bayonet and scabbard, overall lg. 46 1/2 in.

241 U.S. Model 1917 Rifle with Bayonet and Scabbard, c. 1919, serial number 134635, walnut stock, receiver marked U.S./MODEL OF 1917/EDDYSTONE/134635, barrel marked with an ordnance bomb and N/3-19, bayonet marked 1913/10 17/REMINGTON, and U.S., overall lg. 46 1/2 in.

Note: FFL. $300-500

Note: FFL. $400-600

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Note: FFL. $400-600


242 Colt Model 1917 Revolver, c. early 20th century, serial number 60981, walnut grips, bottom of the butt marked U.S./ARMY/ MODEL/1917/NO/60/981, left side of the frame marked with Colt logo, left side of the barrel marked COLT D.A. 45, marked under the barrel “UNITED STATES PROPERTY,� and on top of the barrel with Colt patent markings, overall lg. 11 in. Note: FFL. $500-700

245 Three Mauser Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Portuguese Mauser Model 04/39, serial number A4515, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, canvas sling, and a bayonet, a Chilean Mauser Model 1895, serial number L3329, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, leather sling, bayonet, and a scabbard, and a Model 1912 Steyr, serial number B2848, with a walnut stock, bright receiver, blued-steel fittings, and a leather sling. Note: FFL. $300-500

243 Two Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Czechoslovakian Model 1922, serial number C9156, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, a leather sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog, and a Mauser Model 1908, serial number 4464, with a walnut stock, bright receiver, blued-steel fittings, a leather sling, bayonet, and a scabbard. Note: FFL. $200-400 244 Two Czechoslovakian Mauser Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Czechoslovakian Mauser Model 1908/31, serial number 1090, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, leather sling, and a bayonet and scabbard, and a VZ. 24, serial number P10070, with a walnut stock, bluedsteel fittings, leather sling, bayonet and a scabbard. Note: FFL. $200-400

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246 Japanese Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle, c. early to mid-20th century, serial number 914082, walnut stock, blued-steel parts, with characters on the receiver and intact chrysanthemum, overall lg. 50 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $100-200 247 U.S. M1 Semiautomatic Carbine and Bayonet, c. 1944, serial number 1797946, walnut stock with an ordnance bomb stamped on the right side of the butt, receiver marked SAGINAW MFG./1797946 and U.S. CARBINE/CAL. 30 M1, barrel marked with an ordnance bomb and UNDERWOOD/4-44, with a sling and bayonet, overall lg. 35 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $400-600

248 Three Japanese Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a cavalry carbine, serial number 0689, walnut stock, receiver ring has intact chrysanthemum, and a folding bayonet, an Arisaka rifle, serial number 86680, walnut stock, receiver ring has intact chrysanthemum, and an Arisaka rifle with bayonet, serial number 92107, walnut stock, and the receiver ring has a ground-off chrysanthemum. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $400-600 249 Three British Enfield No. 4 Mark I Bolt Action Rifles with Bayonets, c. 1940s, a rifle with walnut stock, serial number 4109027, dated 1943 and marked U.S. PROPERTY on the receiver, with an original sling; a rifle with a walnut stock, serial number 604509, dated 1942, marked U.S. PROPERTY on the receiver, with an original sling; and a rifle with walnut stock, serial number P19772, dated 1942, has proof marks on the receiver ring, with an original sling. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $400-600


250 British Enfield No. 4 Mark II Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1940s, serial number A27928, light colored walnut stock with brass buttplate and steel fittings, left side of the receiver marked No 4 MK 2/UF. 55 A27928, has import markings near the triggerguard, canvas sling, and an original bayonet with scabbard and frog, overall lg. 44 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $200-400 251 U.S. M1 Semiautomatic Carbine and Bayonet with Scope, 1940s, serial number 6400556, walnut stock, receiver marked INLAND DIV./6400556 and U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1, barrel marked with an ordnance bomb and ROCK-OLA, with a sling, bayonet, and Ultralux 4x25 scope, overall lg. 35 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 252 German Mauser Model K98 Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1941, serial number 5378, laminated stock with the serial number stamped under the butt, receiver ring marked bcd/41, missing the nose cap and spring, with an original leather sling, barrel lg. 24 5/8, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: FFL. $400-600

255 Three Russian Bolt Action Rifles, c. 20th century, a Model 91/30, serial number 107385, walnut stock with blued-steel fittings, receiver ring dated 1934 with a canvas and leather sling, a Model 91, serial number 83480, walnut stock with blued-steel fittings, marked on the receiver with Russian and Finnish markings, with a leather sling, and a Model 44 carbine, serial number BD11845, walnut stock with blued-steel fittings, marked on the receiver ring 1952, with a folding bayonet and a leather sling. Note: FFL. $300-500 256 German Mauser Model K98 Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1944, serial number 4103, laminated stock, all matching numbers except the triggerguard and floor plate, receiver marked dou/44, with sight hood, sling, cleaning rod, bayonet, scabbard, and frog, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $400-600 257 British Lee Enfield Mark 3 No. I Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1944, serial number F7708, walnut stock marked on the right butt MAQ/SMLE/ III*/1944, with blued-steel fittings, marked on right side of the receiver under the bolt MA/ LITHGOW/S.M.L.E./III/1944, with canvas sling, a bayonet with leather and steel scabbard, and a canvas frog, overall lg. 44 in. Note: FFL. $300-500

253 Russian SVT-40 Semiautomatic Rifle, c. 1942, serial number NA6668, walnut stock with serial number stamped on the left side, blued-steel fittings, marked on the receiver ring with a star and 1942, with an original cloth and leather sling, overall lg. 47 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $600-800 254 British Enfield No 5 Mark I Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1947, serial number BK3489, walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, left side of the receiver marked No. 5. MK. I., right side of the receiver ring marked ENGLAND, canvas sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog, overall lg. 39 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $250-350

258 U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1943, serial number 3766711, walnut stock, receiver marked U.S./REMINGTON/MODEL O3-A3/3766711, barrel marked near muzzle with RA over an ordnance bomb, and dated 12-43, with a sight hood and leather sling, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $300-500

259 U.S. M1 Garand Semiautomatic Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1941, serial number 318199, walnut stock, marked on the left side with SA/GHS and ordnance stamp, a circle P below the triggerguard, receiver marked U.S. RIFLE/CAL. .30 M1/SPRINGFIELD/ ARMORY/318199, barrel dated 8-41, with a post-war canvas sling, bayonet, and scabbard, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $600-800

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260 Three Japanese WWII Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Type 99 short rifle with walnut stock, intact chrysanthemum, receiver dust cover, monopod, bayonet and scabbard, a Type 99 long rifle with walnut stock, intact chrysanthemum, receiver dust cover, bayonet and scabbard, and a Type 99 short rifle with ground chrysanthemum, receiver dust cover, cloth sling, and a bayonet and scabbard. Note: FFL. $400-600 261 Two Czechoslovakian VZ. 24 Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a VZ. 24, serial number 7746T4, with a walnut stock, steel fittings, a leather sling, bayonet, and a scabbard, and a VZ. 24, serial number VZ2401918, with a walnut stock, steel fittings, and a leather sling. Note: FFL. $200-400 262 Two Italian Rifles, and a Finnish Rifle, c. early to mid-20th century, a Carcano Model 38 carbine, serial number AD2338, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, a Carcano Model 91 rifle, serial number AN8754, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, a bayonet, scabbard, and frog, and a Finnish M39, serial number 64329, with a walnut stock, bluedsteel fittings, leather sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog. Note: FFL. $300-500 263 Two Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Finnish M39, serial number 87138, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, and a leather sling, and a Swiss K31, serial number 250713, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, leather sling, and a bayonet and scabbard. Note: FFL. $300-500 264 German Mauser Model K98 Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1944, serial number 2291, laminated stock, all matching numbers, receiver marked dot/44, with sight hood, leather sling, cleaning rod, bayonet, and scabbard, overall lg. 43 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $500-700


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265 Four Argentine Mauser Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, an Argentine Mauser Model 1909, serial number 004218, with a walnut stock, bright receiver, bluedsteel fittings, and a leather sling, an Argentine Mauser Carbine Model 1891, serial number B3055, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, and a matching numbered box magazine, an Argentine Mauser Model 1891, serial number T9813, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, cleaning rod, and a leather sling, and an Argentine Mauser Model 1909, serial number A6492, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, cleaning rod, leather sling, and two bayonets and scabbards.

266 Three Mauser Bolt Action Rifles, c. early to mid-20th century, a Yugoslavian Model 24/47, serial number E1557, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, leather sling, bayonet, and a scabbard, a Persian Model 98/29, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, leather sling, bayonet and scabbard, and a Turkish Model 45, serial number 10510, with a walnut stock, blued-steel fittings, cleaning rod, and a leather sling.

267 U.S. Semiautomatic Carbine, c. 1943, serial number 1423229, walnut stock with ordnance stamp on the right butt, and a circle P on the bottom of the pistol grip, receiver marked UNDERWOOD/1423229 and U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1, barrel marked with an ordnance bomb and UNDERWOOD/4-43, overall lg. 35 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $500-700

Note: FFL. $300-500

Note: FFL. $400-600

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268 Premium Grade Mauser Rifle by Mitchells Mausers, c. 20th century, serial number 679, laminated stock, blued receiver ring marked dot/1944, bright bolt and buttplate, with an ammo pouch, bayonet and scabbard, sling, and oiler, all in the original box with instructions, overall lg. 43 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 269 Mauser-manufactured Walther P-38 Pistol, Holster, and Spare Magazine, c. 1944, serial number 1289y, brown Bakelite grips, blued-steel frame marked on the left side P.38 and byf/44, leather hard-shell holster marked on the back ewx/1944 and P.38, overall lg. 8 1/2 in.

270 Walther P-38 Pistol, Holster, and Spare Magazine, c. 1943, serial number 8522f, brown Bakelite grips, blued-steel frame marked on the left side P.38 and ac/43, brown-leather soft-shell holster with a spare magazine, overall lg. 8 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $400-600 271 Inglis Browning Hi-power Semiautomatic Pistol, c. 1944-45, serial number OT935, black plastic grips, lanyard loop on the left side, parkerized finish, marked on the left side of the frame BROWNING-F.N. 9MM H.P INGLIS CANADA, overall lg. 8 in. Note: FFL. $300-500

Note: FFL. $500-700 272 Mauser WTP-1 Pocket Pistol and Holster, c. early 20th century, serial number 24126, black plastic grips marked MAUSER, bluedsteel frame marked on the left side with the serial number and WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER A.-G. OBERNDORF A.N./W.T.P.-6.35D.R.P.U.A.P., and on the muzzle of the right side with a crown over U, brown leather softshell holster with pocket for a spare magazine, overall lg. 4 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $200-300

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273 Variant M1 Carbine with X Serial Number, c. 1942, walnut stock with no markings and no sling cutout on the butt, rear of the receiver marked X61 with no markings on the receiver ring, rear sight is of a heavier design than normal, two-rivet handguard, barrel marked INLAND MFG DIV./GENERAL MOTORS/8-42, with a group of documents relating to Major Eli G. Cooper, his service, development of the stripper clip for the M1 carbine, and secret documents dated December 2nd, 1942 from Major James C. Hite of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, for the development of the T-20 machine pistol which became the M3 submachine gun, overall lg. 35 3/4 in. Provenance: By descent from Major Eli G. Cooper, Director of Research and Development for small arms and submachine guns to the consignor. Major Cooper worked directly with John Garand, and held many joint patents on small arms, he helped with the invention of the stripper clip for the M1 carbine, the M3 submachine gun, the M2 conversion to fully automatic of an M1 carbine, the M4 bayonet, and the night vision scope, as well as covert operations projects including the Liberator pistol and a silencer for a .45 automatic pistol. Note: FFL. $4,000-6,000


274 French Semiautomatic Mas MLE 194956 Rifle and Bayonet, c. mid to late 20th century, serial number G70617, walnut stock, parkerized steel fittings, right side of the receiver marked MAS MLE 1949-56/ CAL. 7.62/308, upper receiver marked with St. Albans import markings, leather sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog, overall lg. 40 1/4 in.

279 Two .22 Caliber Bolt Action Rifles, c. 20th century, a scoped Mossberg Model 46M-B with a walnut stock and steel fittings, and a Remington Model 510-P with a walnut stock and steel parts.

Note: FFL. $200-400

280 Winchester Model 42 Shotgun, c. 1949, serial number 81852, walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and handguard, bluedsteel receiver and barrel, left side of the barrel marked with Winchester trademark and MODEL-42-410-3 IN. CHAM., vent rib marked SIMMONS GUN SPECIALTIES INC. KANSAS CITY, MO., barrel lg. 27 3/8, overall lg. 47 1/2 in.

275 Fabrique Nationale Model 49 and Bayonet, c. mid-20th century, serial number D10765, walnut stock, parkerized steel fittings, Egyptian crest on the receiver ring, right side of the receiver marked FABRIQUE NATIONAL D’ARMES DE GUERRE_HERSTAL BELGIQUE D10765, with an original leather sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog, overall lg. 44 in. Note: FFL. $200-400 276 British Lee Enfield Mark 3 No. I Bolt Action Rifle and Bayonet, c. 1967, serial number V6944, walnut stock with blued-steel fittings, marked on right side of the receiver under the bolt RIFLE/7.62 mm 2A1/R.F.I./1967, with canvas sling, bayonet marked WILKINSON/1907 with leather and steel scabbard, and a canvas frog, overall lg. 44 in. Note: FFL. $200-400 277 U.S. M1A Semiautomatic Rifle, c. mid to late 20th century, serial number 004091, walnut stock with a light cartouche on the left side of the stock, and a circle P below the triggerguard, parkerized steel fittings, back of the receiver marked U.S. RIFLE/7.62-mm M1A/SPRINGFIELD/ARMORY/004091, plastic handguard, and a web sling, overall lg. 44 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $700-900 278 Romanian SKS Semiautomatic Rifle and Scope, c. 1960, serial number RB3669, walnut stock with blued-steel fittings, left side of the receiver marked with Romanian arsenal marking and date, marked on the barrel with importation stamps, blade-style bayonet, scope, and a canvas sling, overall lg. 40 in. Note: FFL. $200-400

Note: FFL. $200-400

Note: FFL. $400-600 281 Browning Hi-power Semiautomatic Pistol, c. mid to late-20th century, serial number 82840, checkered walnut grips, blued-steel frame, marked on the left side of the slide BROWNING ARMS COMPANY ST LOUIS MO./MADE IN BELGIUM, overall lg. 8 in. Note: FFL. $300-500 282 Merkel Over and Under 12 Gauge Shotgun, c. 20th century, serial number 45987, walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and handguard, ornately engraved receiver marked on the left side GEBRUDER MERKEL SUHL, with the same marking under the receiver, barrel lg. 38, overall lg. 44 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $1,000-1,500 283 Custom Engraved and Carved Winchester Model 71, c. 1956, serial number 44025, 348 Winchester, ornately carved walnut stock with leaves and foliate designs, and a cap on the bottom of the pistol grip in bone marked ERB, receiver and lever engraved with the same leaves and foliate designs, with a deer on the left side, LYMAN marked peep sight, breech is also engraved with foliate designs and marked MADE IN NEW HAVEN, CONN. U.S. OF AMERICA/WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL/ WINCHESTER/TRADE MARK/MODEL 71-348 WIN., barrel lg. 24, overall lg. 42 1/4 in. Provenance: Carved, engraved, and finished by Kurt Jaeger while the consignor was in the service in Germany during the 1950s. Note: FFL. $2,000-3,000

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284 Gebruder Merkel Suhl Over and Under Shotgun, c. mid-20th century, serial number 45292, 12 gauge, walnut stock with checkered wrist and handguard, bottom of the pistol grip has an added piece of wood and bone engraved ERB, factory-engraved case-hardened receiver marked on bottom GEBRUDER MERKEL/SUHL, marked on the left side of the blued barrel GEBRUDER MERKEL/SUHL, barrel lg. 28, overall lg. 44 1/2 in. Provenance: Brought back from Germany by the consignor after his service in the military during the mid to late 1950s. Note: FFL. $2,000-2,500 285 Custom Engraved and Carved Fabrique National Bolt Action Rifle, c. mid-20th century, serial number 787,.375 caliber, carved stock with foliate designs, and lion heads at the top of each side of the wrist, checkered pistol grip and handguard, diamond bone inlays on each side, receiver marked FN with FAB. NAT. D’ARMES DE GUERRE HERSTALBELGIQUE, floor plate is engraved with foliate designs and gold inlaid lion, barrel lg. 24 3/4, overall lg. 44 1/2 in. Provenance: Built by Kurt Jaeger and brought back from Germany by the consignor after his service in the military during the mid to late 1950s. Note: FFL. $1,500-2,000 286 Model 1952 Mannlicher Schoenauer Carbine with Scope, c. 1956, serial number 17149, .30-06, carved walnut stock with checkered wrist and handguard surrounded by foliate designs, bottom of the pistol grip has a cap with the initials ERB, receiver marked MADE IN AUSTRIA/Original/ Mannlicher/Schoenauer/Mod. 1952/kal. 3006, left side of the receiver marked STYERDAIMLER-PUCH A.G., STEYR, scope marked HENSOLDT/WETZLAR/DIAVRI-D/1,5-6X, serial number 155728, barrel lg. 21, overall lg. 41 in. Provenance: Built by Kurt Jaeger and brought back from Germany by the consignor after his service in the military during the mid to late 1950s. Note: FFL. $1,500-2,000


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287 Engraved and Carved Model 1952 Mannlicher Schoenauer with Scope, c. 1955, serial number 16888, 30-06, ornately carved stock with foliate designs and a bear on the right butt, small bone disc set in the top of the butt, with the initials ERB, engraved triggerguard, floorplate, bolt handle, and receiver marked MADE IN AUSTRIA/ Original/Mannlicher/Schoenauer/Mod. 1952/ kal. 30-06, barrel engraved at breech with foliate designs and signed KURT JAEGER/ MHINZ, engraved scope mount marked PAUL JAEGER-JENKINTOWN, PA., and scope marked B. NICKEL MARBURG/L/VARIABEL4-10X E/S Nr. 155167/MADE IN GERMANY, barrel lg. 24 3/4, overall lg. 44 in.

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Provenance: Built by Kurt Jaeger and brought back from Germany by the consignor after his service in the military during the mid to late 1950s. Note: FFL. $2,000-2,500

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1001 Two Boarding Pikes, c. late 18th/ early 19th century, wooden hafts with four-sided iron spear points and iron langets. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 1002 Two British Pattern 1796 Infantry Officer’s Swords, c. late 18th/early 19th century, brass hilts with faceted pommels and wire-wrapped grips, steel blades engraved with foliate designs, panoply of arms, and a crown over GR, blade lg. 33, overall lg. 39 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1003 French Foot Officer’s Sword, c. early 19th century, brass hilt with wood grip, brass oval langets, steel blade, black leather scabbard missing the throat with a brass drag, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 33 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1004 Group of Bayonets, c. 19th century, for Model 1816 muskets, Springfield Rifle-muskets, and Trapdoor Springfield rifles, some with scabbards. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600 1005 Two Knight’s-head Pommel Swords, c. mid-19th century, brass hilts with knight’s head pommels, bone grips, and steel blades engraved with foliate designs, blade lg. 31, overall lg. 37 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400

1006 Two Federal Period Swords, c. early to mid-19th century, a brass-hilt sword with a lion head pommel, five ball knuckle bow and branch, reeded horn grip, and a steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, and a gilt-brass hilt sword with a pierced knuckle bow, langets with American eagles, horn grip, and a steel blade marked WARRANTED and engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1007 Eagle Pommel Short-sword with Scabbard, c. 19th century, brass eagle pommel with bone grips, steel blade marked No. 87/K and WARRANTED, leather scabbard with brass throat and drag, blade lg. 27 3/4, overall lg. 33 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 1008 Three Swords, c. early to mid-19th century, an eagle pommel sword with brass hilt, missing knuckle bow, reeded horn grip, and an engraved steel blade, an eagle pommel with brass hilt, brass chain, brass langets with an eagle, horn grip, and an engraved steel blade, and a brass-hilted sword with a broken knuckle bow, horn grip, and a steel blade with a single fuller. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 1009 Eagle-pommel Sword and Dagger, c. early to mid-19th century, a giltbrass eagle pommel and pierced hilt, checkered bone grip, steel blade engraved with a panoply of arms, foliate designs, and a Native American holding a shield marked LIBERTY, and a dagger with a brass eagle pommel, wooden grip, engraved steel counterguard, steel blade engraved with foliate designs and patriotic symbols. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500

1010 Three Eagle-pommel Swords, c. early to mid-19th century, a brass hilt eagle pommel, quillon has eagle’s head and talon clutching a ball, checkered horn grip, and a steel blade engraved with a panoply of arms, foliate designs, and hunting scenes, a brass hilt eagle pommel missing the knuckle bow, reeded horn grip, and a steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, and a brass hilt eagle pommel with reeded horn grips, and a steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1011 Two Eagle-pommel Swords with Scabbards, c. early to mid-19th century, an eagle pommel brass hilt, foliate designs on the knuckle bow, and eagles on the langets, bone grip, engraved steel blade with foliate designs, and an engraved brass scabbard, and an eagle pommel with brass hilt, a lion head on the langets, bone grips, engraved steel blade with foliate designs, and a brass scabbard. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1012 Two Federal Period Swords, c. early to mid-19th century, a brass and steel hilt sword with bone grip, steel blade and a steel scabbard, and a steel hilt sword with clamshell langets, bone grip, an engraved steel blade, and a steel scabbard. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400

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1000 Five Pieces of Early Iron Weaponry, c. 17th/18th century, a Germanic spontoon head, three halberd heads, and a Continental polearm blade, lg. 27 to 42 in. $300-500

1013 Eagle-pommel Sword and Partial Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel with pierced knuckle bow and counterguard, bone grip with a wire wrap, fire blued blade marked WOOLEY/ SARGENT/& CRANES/WARRANTED, and engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, partial black leather scabbard with engraved throat and middle band, blade lg. 31, overall lg. 36 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500

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1014 Eagle-pommel Sword with Partial Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel and hilt, bone grip, engraved steel blade with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, black leather scabbard missing the upper section and throat, blade lg. 30, overall lg. 35 1/2 in.

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Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500

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1015 Three Eagle-pommel Swords, c. early to mid-19th century, brass hilts, reeded bone grips, engraved steel blades, one with a scabbard but incorrect throat. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1016 Three Eagle-pommel Swords, c. early to mid-19th century, a brass eagle pommel with broken brass hilt, engraved blade, and a black leather scabbard, a brass hilt and eagle pommel with a sheet brass hilt, bone grip, steel blade with three fullers, and a brass hilt and eagle pommel with eagles on the langets, wire-wrapped bone grip, engraved steel blade with foliate designs and a panoply of arms. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 1017 Three Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer’s Swords, c. mid to late 19th century, a sword with a gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved blade marked U.S./Armory/ Springfield/Mass., a steel scabbard with brass fittings; a sword with a giltbrass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade marked U.S./Armory/Springfield/Mass., a steel scabbard with brass fittings; and a sword with a gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade marked SHANNON/MILLER/&/ CRANE/NEW YORK, a steel scabbard with brass fittings. $300-500

1018 Three Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer’s Swords, c. mid to late 19th century, a sword with gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade, and a steel scabbard engraved PRESENTED TO/Com. Sergt. E.J. Rice by Co. C./22nd Regt. N.G.N.Y., a sword with a gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade, and a blued-steel scabbard with brass fittings, and a sword with a gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wirewrapped grip, engraved steel blade marked SPRINGFIELD/ARMORY/ SPRINGFIELD/MASS. U.S.A., and a steel scabbard with brass fittings. $300-500

1023 Model 1840 Musician’s Sword, c. 1862, cast-brass hilt with a steel blade marked AMES MFG. CO./CHICOPEE, and US/D/1862, black leather scabbard with brass throat and drag, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 34 3/4 in. $300-500

1019 Four Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer’s Swords, c. mid to late 19th century, a sword with a gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade marked U.S./ ARMORY/Springfield/Mass., a steel scabbard with brass fittings; a sword with gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved blade marked SPRINGFIELD/ARMORY/ SPRINGFIELD/MASS. U.S.A., a steel scabbard with brass fittings; a sword with gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wirewrapped grip, engraved steel blade, a steel scabbard with brass fittings; and a sword with gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, and engraved steel blade marked AMES/MFG. CO./ CHICOPEE/MASS, and a blued-steel scabbard with brass fittings. $400-600

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500

1020 Four Model 1840 N.C.O. Swords, c. mid-19th century, cast-brass hilts with steel blades, various makers including Ames, Collins, and Horstmann, blade lg. 32, overall lg. 38 1/2 in. $300-500 1021 Four Model 1840 N.C.O. Swords, c. mid-19th century, cast-brass hilts with steel blades, makers include Ames, Collins, and others, blade lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 39 in. $300-500 1022 Two Model 1840 Musician’s Swords, c. 1862-64, cast-brass hilts with steel blades, both by Ames, a blade marked US/W.C.1862, and a blade marked US/G.K.C./1864, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 34 1/2 in. $200-400

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1024 Two Swords, c. 19th century, an eagle-pommel sword with a wirewrapped bone grip, and an eagle with foliate designs on the counter-guard, and a Model 1840 Non Commissioned officer sword marked near the ricasso AMES MFG. CO./CHICOPEE,/MASS, and on the other side of the blade US/ JM/1861.

1025 Model 1840 Cavalry Saber, c. mid19th century, brass hilt and guard with leather and wire-wrapped grip, unmarked steel blade, and a steel scabbard with steel carrying rings and drag, blade lg. 36, overall lg. 42 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1026 Two Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer’s Swords, c. late 19th century, a sword with a brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, steel blade engraved and marked W.M./REED/& SON/BOSTON., and a steel scabbard with brass fittings, a sword with a brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, and a steel blade marked WM READ/& SONS/BOSTON/MASS and a steel scabbard with brass fittings. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500


Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1028 Two U.S. Civil War-era Swords, c. 1852-65, a Model 1852 naval officer’s sword with gilt-brass hilt, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade marked Ames Mfg Co./ Chicopee/Mass and dated 1852, and a presentation grade Model 1850 staff & field officer’s sword with gilt-brass ornate hilt, engraved blade marked W./ CLAUBERG/SOLINGEN with eagles and foliate designs. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1029 Non-Regulation Foot Officer’s Sword, c. 1861-65, steel hilt with an eagle and US on the counterguard, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, engraved steel blade marked F. HORSTER/SOLINGEN, and a steel scabbard with two carrying rings, blade lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 38 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1030 Two Smallswords, c. mid-19th century, a brass hilt eagle pommel with bone grips, and a steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, and a French silver-hilt ceremonial sword with pearl grips, and a triangular steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms.

1031 Four Dress Swords, c. 19th century, a brass-hilt sword with a Native American head pommel, pearl grips, and an engraved steel blade, a French small sword with brass hilt, wirewrapped grip, and an engraved steel blade, a naval sword with a brass hilt, lion pommel, bone grip, and an engraved steel blade, and a French officer’s sword with brass hilt, lion head pommel, pearl grips, engraved steel blade, and a black leather scabbard with brass throat and drag. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 1032 Two Naval Swords, c. early to mid19th century, a naval presentation sword with gilt-brass hilt, and bone grips with a silver inlay marked J.B. Wilson/Lieut. U.S.N., steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, a black leather scabbard with engraved brass throat and middle band, (missing the drag), and a Model 1841 naval officer’s sword with brass eagle pommel, (missing part of its hilt), bone grips, an engraved steel blade marked JOS STORRS with an anchor and circle of stars. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $300-500 1033 Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, c. 1864, brass hilt with leather and wirewrapped wooden grip, blade marked on ricasso US/D.E.M./1864, and EMERSON/&/SILVER/TRENTON.N.J., with a steel scabbard lightly engraved A.M. below the throat, blade lg. 35, overall lg. 41 1/2 in. $300-500 1034 Model 1840 Cavalry Saber and Scabbard, c. mid-19th century, brass hilt and handguard, leather and wirewrapped grip, steel blade marked C & J, steel scabbard with steel carrying rings and drag, blade lg. 35, overall lg. 42 1/2 in. $300-500

1035 Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, c. 1864, brass hilt and handguard with leather and wire-wrapped grip, steel blade marked on the ricasso AMES MFG. CO./CHICOPEE, and US/J.F/1864, steel scabbard with two carrying rings, blade lg. 34 1/2, overall lg. 41 in. $300-500 1036 Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, c. 1864, brass hilt and handguard with leather and wire-wrapped grip, steel blade marked on the ricasso MANSFIELD/&/ LAMB/FORESTDALE R.I., and U.S./C.E.W./1864, steel scabbard with two carrying rings, blade lg. 35, overall lg. 43 in. $300-500 1037 Group of Small Knives and Daggers, c. 18th to 20th century, a small bone handled naval dirk, a folding pocket knife, a Barlow folding pocket knife, a Russian folding pocket knife, and two small daggers. $400-600 1038 Japanese Cavalry Trooper’s Sword, c. late 19th to early 20th century, checkered steel and wood grips, steel handguard, steel blade marked on the ricasso 26390, and a steel scabbard with steel fittings, blade lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 38 in. $300-500 1039 Japanese Naginata, wooden haft with painted coating, plated-steel fittings and a steel ferrule, gilt-covered wire wrap around the middle band, a curved steel blade with a wooden cover, blade lg. 16, overall lg. 91 1/2 in. $200-300 1040 Samurai Sword and Photo Album, c. 1941-45, a wakizashi with rayskin grip and taped binding, steel blade, and green painted steel scabbard, and a photo album with native girls, soldiers, dead Japanese soldiers, vehicles, and equipment, blade lg. 29, overall lg. 39 in. $600-800

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1027 Four Swords, c. mid to late 19th century, a Model 1860 staff & field officer’s sword with a silver hilt, engraved blade marked RIDABOCK & CO./NEW-YORK and MADE IN FRANCE, without a scabbard, a Model 1860 staff & field officer’s sword with no scabbard, a Model 1860 staff & field officer’s sword with a scabbard, and a Philadelphia Patriotic Sons of America sword and scabbard.

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400

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1041 Five Bayonets, late 19th to mid-20th century, a trapdoor Springfield bayonet and scabbard, a Japanese Arisaka bayonet and scabbard, a Model 1905 bayonet marked R.I.A./1918 in an M3 scabbard, a Model 1905/42 bayonet marked U.G./U.S./1942 in an M3 scabbard, and an M1 bayonet marked U.G./U.S./ with scabbard. $200-300

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1042 Four Japanese Blades, c. 20th century, an Imperial Japanese naval dagger with gilt-brass fittings, shagreen and wire-wrapped grip, steel blade with a single fuller, and wooden scabbard with gilt-brass fittings; a tanto with wood grips and bone foliate designs, a steel blade, and a wooden scabbard with bone and metal bugs and foliate designs; a tanto with shagreen and tape wrapped grip, steel blade, and a wooden scabbard; and a hari-kiri knife with wooden grip, steel blade and wooden scabbard. Note: Attached to the hari-kiri knife is a note which states: “Japanese hari-kiri knife from lower Yangtze River Valley front/From Lt. Jack Young/23 March 44.” $400-600 1043 Two Model 1917 Fighting Knives, a Model 1880 Hunting Knife, and a Machete, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a 1917 fighting knife and scabbard made by A.C. Co., a 1917 fighting knife and scabbard made by L.F. & C, a 1880 hunting knife with no scabbard, and a machete and scabbard marked COLLINS & CO. $300-500 1044 Group of Daggers and Knives, c. 19th/20th century, group of daggers and knives assembled during WWII by an officer in the American army, mostly from the Middle East and islands. $200-400

1045 Three Bayonets and a Short Sword, 19th and 20th century, a French Model 1874 bayonet and scabbard, an unmarked American saber bayonet with brass hilt, and black leather scabbard with brass fittings, a German short sword with brass hilt, black leather scabbard with brass fittings, unit marked on the guard and scabbard throat, and an English saber bayonet with steel fittings, and a black leather scabbard with steel fittings. $200-400 1046 Soviet Shashka and Scabbard, c. 1939, brass hilt with C.C.C.P. and other Soviet markings, wood grip, steel blade dated 1939, black scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 31 3/4, overall lg. 37 1/2 in. $400-600 1047 Seventeen Bayonets and Edged Weapons, c. 19th/20th century, includes a German WWI butcher blade bayonet, M-4 bayonet, 1917 fighting knife without the scabbard, a German 98k bayonet, two Japanese bayonets, and others. $600-800 1048 Twelve Bayonets and Knives, c. early to mid-20th century, a Model 1917 fighting knife marked U.S./L.F. & C./1917 on the counter-guard, and a leather scabbard with steel fittings, a Model 1905 bayonet dated 1919 with wooden grips, and a fiberglass scabbard, a Model 1917 bolo knife, marked U.S./MODEL 1917, and PLUMB/PHILA/1918 with a leather and canvas scabbard, a brass knuckle knife marked U.S. ARMY on one side, with a scabbard made from a German bayonet, and a German frog, two machetes with wooden grips, steel blade, and leather and brass scabbard, an army air corps survival machete with wood grips and blackened steel blade marked CASE XX, an M-7 bayonet with checkered plastic grips, parkerized steel blade, and plastic scabbard, an M-6 bayonet with checkered plastic grips, parkerized steel blade, and M8A1 fiberglass scabbard, a Marine Corps bolo knife and scabbard marked USMC/CHATILLON, N.Y., a Model 1870 Naval bayonet and scabbard by Ames, and a trapdoor Springfield bayonet and scabbard. $400-600

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1049 Prussian Officer’s Sword, c. early 20th century, gilt-brass hilt, eagle pommel with red inlaid eyes, wirewrapped shagreen grip, engraved steel blade marked Mit Gott, steel scabbard with two carrying rings, blade lg. 32 3/4, overall lg. 39 1/2 in. Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. $200-400 1050 Model 1913 Cavalry Saber, c. 1918, black steel basket-shaped hilt with checkered black grip, steel blade marked U.S. on one side, and LF&C/1918 with an ordnance bomb, cloth covered scabbard with steel throat and drag, blade lg. 35 1/4, overall lg. 42 in. $300-500 1051 Model 1913 Cavalry Saber, c. 1914, olive drab painted steel basket-shaped hilt with checkered grip, steel blade marked U.S./26264 on one side, and SA/1914 with an ordnance bomb, cloth covered, olive drab painted scabbard with steel throat and drag, blade lg. 35 1/4, overall lg. 42 in. $300-500 1052 Model 1872 Cavalry Officer’s Saber, c. late 19th century, brass hilt and handguard with foliate designs and an eagle, with leather and wire-wrapped grip, engraved blade with foliate designs, a panoply of arms, and U.S., steel scabbard with brass throat, carrying rings, and drag, blade lg. 32, overall lg. 38 in. $400-600 1053 Model 1895 Winchester-Lee Navy Bayonet, Scabbard, and Frog, c. late 19th century, wooden grip with steel fittings, blade lightly marked with a triangle, leather frog with tooled lines, and a leather scabbard with bluedsteel throat and tip, blade lg. 8 1/8, overall lg. 14 in. $200-300


1061 Persian Axe, c. 19th century, iron handle with mushroom-shaped pommel, spear point, dagger-shaped axe head decorated with foliate designs and two brass lions, with a brass elephant behind the axe head, lg. 24 1/2 in. $400-600

1055 Seven Krag Rifle Bayonets with Scabbards and a Trapdoor Springfield Bayonet, c. late 19th/early 20th century, seven Krag bayonets and scabbards with various dates, and a trapdoor Springfield bayonet with no scabbard. $200-400

1062 Persian Axe, c. 19th century, iron handle with onion-shaped pommel, spear point, axe head decorated with foliate designs, lg. 26 1/2 in. $200-400

1056 Imperial Austrian Court Sword, c. late 19th/early 20th century, gilt-brass hilt with lion head pommel, motherof-pearl grips, snake-shaped guard, counter-guard has Austrian crest, engraved steel blade marked Wien, black leather scabbard with gilt-brass fittings, blade lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 37 1/2 in. $400-600 1057 Persian Mameluke-style Sword, c. 19th century, wood grip with engraved brass backstrap, brass counter-guard, curved engraved iron blade, and a blade leather covered wood scabbard with two brass bands, lg. 36 in. $300-500 1058 Persian Sword, c. 19th century, bone and wood grip with inlaid stones, curved iron blade with a single fuller, repoussé-type scabbard with buildings and foliate designs, lg. 31 1/2 in. $300-500 1059 Persian Sword, c. 19th century, bone grip, iron blade with engraved gilt foliate designs and three fullers, lg. 28 1/2 in. $200-400 1060 Persian Axe, c. 19th century, iron handle with onion-shaped pommel, spear point, crescent-shaped axe head decorated with foliate designs, lg. 26 1/2 in. $300-500

1063 Six Wilkinson British Commemorative Swords, c. 20th century, serial number 2 out of a series of 250, a rifle regiment officer’s sword, an infantry officer’s sword, a Scottish basket-hilt sword, an Irish guard sword, a royal artillery officer’s sword, and a cavalry officer’s sword, with two wooden brackets for wall mounting. $400-600 1064 Two Middle Eastern Brass Flintlock Pistols, c. late 18th/early 19th century, a brass framed pistol with ornate foliate designs, steel engraved lockplate, engraved steel barrel, and a brass frame pistol with ornate foliate designs and a panoply of arms, engraved steel lockplate, and engraved steel barrel. $600-800 1065 Lefaucheux Pinfire Pistol, c. mid19th century, walnut grips with lanyard ring on the butt, steel frame, barrel marked LEFAUCHEUX, barrel lg. 6 1/4, overall lg. 12 1/2 in. $200-300 1066 Three Pistols, c. 19th century, a pepperbox pistol with walnut grips, marked on the hammer MANHATTAN F.A. MF’G. CO./NEW YORK, a double barrel pinfire pistol with walnut grips and engraved steel frame, and a double barrel pinfire pistol with checkered walnut grips, and a lanyard loop on the butt. $500-700

1067 Manhattan Navy Revolver, c. 186164, serial number 35582, walnut grip with silver-plate brass triggerguard and backstrap, 1859 patent date on cylinder, top of barrel marked MANHATTAN FIRE ARMS CO. NEWARK N.J., barrel lg. 5, overall lg. 11 in. $300-500 1068 Four Spur Trigger Revolvers, c. mid to late 19th century, a Sharps breech loading four-shot pepperbox pistol with walnut grips, brass frame, and steel barrels, a Lucius Pond front-loading, separate chamber, revolver with walnut grips, brass frame, and steel cylinder and barrel, a Smith & Wesson Model Number 1 second issue revolver with walnut grips, silver plated brass frame and steel barrel and cylinder, and a Smith & Wesson Model Number 1 third issue revolver with rosewood grips, and nickel-plated steel frame, barrel, and cylinder. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600 1069 Continental Revolver, c. late 19th century, serial number 1395, checkered walnut grips, blued-steel frame and cylinder, octagonal barrel, overall lg. 9 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $200-400 1070 Cased Colt Reproduction “Signature Series” Model 1860 Army Revolver, c. late 20th century, serial number 204275, walnut grips, color case hardened frame and loading lever, brass triggerguard and blued-steel backstrap, blued-steel barrel and cylinder, black wooden case with brass signature series medallion on the lid, lined with mustard-colored velvet containing cap tin, bullet mold, combination tool, and powder flask, ht. 3 1/4, wd. 9, lg. 18 in. $300-500

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1054 Six Krag Rifle Bayonets with Scabbards, and Two Trapdoor Springfield Bayonets, c. late 19th/ early 20th century, six Krag rifle bayonets with various dates, a trapdoor Springfield bayonet with a scabbard, and one without. $200-400

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1071 Colt Reproduction “Signature Series” Model 1851 Navy Revolver, c. late 20th century, serial number 31434, walnut grips, color case hardened frame and loading lever, silver-plated triggerguard, and backstrap, blued-steel barrel and cylinder, in original pasteboard box with instruction manuals, overall lg. 13 3/4 in. $300-500

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1072 Replica Colt Walker Model Revolver, c. late 20th century, serial number 6789, walnut grips, case-hardened frame marked SMARCO, barrel marked BLACK POWDER ONLY CAL. 44 MADE IN ITALY, barrel lg. 9 1/8, overall lg. 16 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $200-400 1073 Miquelete Lock and Two Iron Belt Hooks, an iron miquelete-style lock with three oval stamps below the cock, with two side screws, and two iron belt hooks with decorative engraving. $300-500 1074 Continental Morion Helmet, c. 17th century, iron helmet with tall comb, brim riveted to a second piece of iron, inside helmet is the original leather and linen liner, ht. 9 in. $400-600 1075 Staved Wooden Cask, c. late 18th/ early 19th century, wooden cask with oak staves on each end, with initials carved on one side, ht. 9 1/4, wd. 8 in. $200-300 1076 Three Military Documents, c. late 18th/early 19th century, a receipt for payment for beef supplied to the Continental Army dated March 1st, 1782, a New York commission for John C. Dongan to be a Lieutenant Colonel in the Richmond County Militia dated May 13th, 1784, signed by George Clinton, and a Massachusetts commission for Seth Garey to be a Lieutenant in the Massachusetts militia dated 1817. $300-500

1077 Identified and Carved Fife, c. 1819, maple fife with brass ferrules, carved with numerous 1819 dates, and the property of William Rd Greene Amen 1819, lg. 14 3/4 in. Provenance: Found in a home in Rhode Island. $200-300

1082 Group of Civil War Documents and Newspapers, c. 1861-65, document and discharges, letters, Confederate States Almanac, Richmond Daily Examiner, as well as other newspapers, autograph of Bennett H. Young who led the Saint Albans, Vermont, raid, a note and autograph from Confederate Lieutenant Colonel Luke W. Finlay, and some South Carolina paper currency.

1078 Two “US” Marked Revere Copper Spikes, c. early 19th century, two copper spikes of different lengths, both stamped US, lg. 7 3/4 to 10 1/2 in.

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600

Note: These where possibly found at the wreck of the USS New Hampshire, which sank near Manchester-by-theSea, Massachusetts, on July 26th, 1922. $200-400

1083 Civil War Camp Stool, c. 1863-65, wooden-frame stool with carpetstyle seat, marked under frame G.H. Wright in two places, patent label marked E.W. VAILL/Patentee and Manufacturer/WORCESTER, MASS./ PATENTED JANUARY 6, 1863, ht. 35, wd. 16 in.

1079 Militia Waistbelt, Cartridge Box, and Bayonet Scabbard, c. early 19th century, a black-leather waistbelt with a rectangular plate, a belly-style cartridge box made from black-leather, with a badge on the front marked D.H, with twenty-four tin cartridge tubes inside, and a black leather bayonet scabbard. $400-600

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: With the chair is a typed note with George H. Wright’s military service during the Civil War. $200-400

1080 German Military Silhouette Miniature, c. early 19th century, painted soldier in a blue-faced red coatee with gold epaulette, gold cross belt plate, and a plumed cap, with brass border, and backed with Germanic printed paper, ht. 3 5/8, wd. 2 3/4 in. $200-250

1084 Two Lincoln Inaugural Paper Lanterns and Two Parade Flags, c. 1860s, a paper lantern with patriotic motifs which reads UNION, a paper lantern with red, white, and blue stripes, a framed parade flag printed on white polished cotton with twenty-five stars in a circle, and four more on each corner of the canton, and a parade flag printed on polished cotton.

1081 Three Pairs of Civil War-era Boots, c. mid-19th century, two pairs of black leather low boots, and a pair of high riding boots with some damage.

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $200-400

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600

1085 Lieutenant William McKinley Civil War Return and Campaign Buttons, c. 1863, framed, handwritten quartermaster return filled out by Lieutenant, and later President, William McKinley, dated July 31st, 1863, from Camp White, Virginia, two campaign pins, and a memorial pin, frame wd. 15, ht. 12 in.

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Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1087 Pennsylvania-made Kepi, c. mid to late 19th century, dark blue broadcloth band, rise, and crown, decorated on the crown with gold galloon, and metallic gold tape around the band, cuff-size general staff buttons, leather chinstrap, and a painted leather visor, inside has a leather sweatband, and a green polished cotton liner, makermarked on the inside crown E.S. ZOLLINGER & CO./HARRISBURG/PA., ht. 3 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1088 Group of Civil War-era Accoutrements, c. 1861-65, a Model 1855 cartridge box with a lead-filled brass buckle marked US, a Model 1864 cartridge box with a stamped US on the flap, a carbine cartridge box with a lead-filled brass plate marked US, a waistbelt missing its buckle, a Federal cap box, and a possible Confederate cap box. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1089 Group of Civil War Objects, c. 186165, an identified housewife carried by Private William D. Deadman, Company E, 50th Massachusetts Regiment, patriotic match cases, playing cards, dominos, two leather flag carriers, a tin dispatch case, two mirrors, three officers shoulder straps, manuals, buttons, letters, a boot, and equipment stencil identified to Colonel Shatzwell of the 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, shoe horn, and other related objects. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600

1090 Group of Military Documents from a Signal Corps Officer, c. 186165, a small journal and signal corps documents relating to Lieutenant Elisha N. Peirce, including orders, quartermaster returns, cipher notes, and letters. Note: Lieutenant Elisha N. Pierce was a member of the 5th Massachusetts Volunteers. $200-400 1091 Military Records, Carte-de-visite, and Reference Book of Orlando Keen, c. late 19th century, bound book called Military record/of/ORLANDO KEEN/with/Historic Reference, a threering binder with an image of Orlando Keen, 2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery with a tintype image of a child, a Brady marked carte-de-visite of Orlando Keen, and military records including muster rolls, return of clothing and camp equipage, passes, muster out papers, and discharge. Note: Orlando Keen enlisted December 10th, 1861 Carbon County, Pennsylvania, was promoted to Lieutenant, and was discharged May 16th, 1865 at Petersburg, Virginia. $200-300 1092 Group of Civil War-era Items, c. 1861-65, a Confederate canvas and leather rifle sling, a Model 1855 cartridge box and sling, with lead-filled brass plates, a blackened buff waistbelt with lead-filled brass US buckle, a cap box, fife, two cloth-covered canteens, relics, a knapsack, bayonet and scabbard, and an artillery round. $400-600 1093 Group of Civil War-era Accoutrements, c. mid to late 19th century, a Model 1855 cartridge box, a belt with a carbine cartridge box, pistol cartridge box, and a holster, a cavalry saber sling, two cap boxes, and a McKeever cartridge box with a leadfilled brass plate marked NJ.

1094 Two Civil War Carte-de-visite Albums, c. 1861-65, two albums with many identified images of Civil War soldiers and officers related mostly to Rhode Island hospitals during the war, including members of the Veteran Reserve Corps, surgeons, and officers of the outside guard. $400-600 1095 Amherst College Carte-de-visite Album, c. 1862, leather bound book with brass clasps, printed in gold on the cover AMHERST COLLEGE./ CLASS OF 1862/FRANK DEAN with images of staff and students, including some in uniform, lg. 9 1/2, ht. 6 1/2 in. $300-500 1096 Civil War Documents and Buttons, c. mid/late-19th century, eight eagle I buttons from the coat of Major David E. Holman, 7th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, and documents and an image from Captain. George W. Hawkins, United States Navy, including his image, Confederate parole after his capture, passes, letters, pension information, and Grand Army of The Republic documents and belt. $200-300 1097 Group of Civil War-era Accoutrements, c. mid to late 19th century, two Model 1855 cartridge boxes with lead-filled oval brass plates marked US, a cap box, and a cartridge box with a US stamp on the front. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1098 Lieutenant General William T. Sherman Signed Carte-de-visite, c. 19th century, signed on the bottom W.T. Sherman/Lt Genl., marked on the back Carte Imperiale/C.D. FREDERICKS & Co./587 Broadways/ NEW YORK, ht. 4, wd. 2 1/2 in. $200-300

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1086 Five Civil War Canteens, c. 1861-65, three canteens with jean cloth covers, and two without covers.

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $200-400

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1099 Group of Civil War Documents, c. 1861-72, patriotic envelopes, an 1872 dated note from Major General Joseph Hooker to Major General Thomas Wood, lists of stores, an 1865 dated Old Franklin Almanac, and a letter to Admiral Goldsborough relating the engagement at Port Royal, South Carolina. $200-300

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1100 Group of American Historical Carte-de-visites, c. mid to late 19th century, three-ring binder, with images of politicians, military men, and famous people of the era, including Millard Fillmore, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Nathaniel Banks, John C. Calhoun, and others. $300-500 1101 Civil War-era Drum, Sticks, and Stick Holder, c. mid/late 19th century, rope tension drum with wooden shell, brass tacks around the vent, maker label is worn but from Philadelphia, wooden hoops, calfskin heads, wooden sticks, and a brass stick holder, drum ht. 12, wd. 16 3/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1102 Group of European Carte-devisites, c. mid to late 19th century, three-ring binder with images of royalty, politicians, and military figures, including Wilhelm I, Leopold I, Prince Albert, Alexander II, Napoleon III, Sir Walter Scott, and others. $200-400 1103 Civil War Memorial and Model 1850 Foot Officer’s Sword, c. mid to late19th century, a wood-framed Civil War memorial to John. G. Herrold, listing his service record during the war, and his Model 1850 foot officer’s sword, with a brass hilt, shagreen grip, steel blade, and a shagreen-covered leather scabbard with brass fittings. Provenance: By descent to the consignor. Note: First Lieutenant John G. Herrold served during 1863 in the 172nd Pennsylvania Regiment. $300-400

1104 Group of Gun Books, c. 20th century, including two volumes of The Deringer in America, The Collecting of Deringers, Great British Gunmakers, Gunmakers of London, and other volumes. $600-800

1109 Twelve Rifle Stocks, c. late 19th to mid-20th century, seven Krag carbine stocks, two M1 carbine stocks, one with Winchester markings, two Krag rifle stocks, one with damage, and a Winchester-Lee stock with a duffle cut. $300-500

1105 Brass Bullet Gang Mold, c. late 19th/ early 20th century, cast-brass bullet mold which splits into three sections to cast forty bullets, marked with a P on the central section and also on the handle, overall lg. 21 3/8 in. $300-500

1110 Large Group of Spanish American War-era Equipment, c. late 19th/ early 20th century, Mills belts, shotgun shell belts, packs, eagle snap belts, holsters, and a few cartridge boxes. $400-600

1106 Two U.S. Shelter Halves, c. late 19th century, two coated canvas shelter halves with a black-painted U.S. in the center, brass grommets at lower corners, black enameled buttons on one end, and buttonholes on the other, lg. 62, ht. 52 in.

1111 WWI Trunk and Uniform Group, c. 1917-18, trunk containing a Model 1917 helmet, documents, gas mask, clothing, socks, camera, and personal items relating to James T. Leahy, 27th Division. $300-500

Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1107 Four Drums, early 19th to early 20th century, a rope tension drum with a red star painted around the vent, label marked on the inside MAINE DRUMS/ Manufactured by/CHARLES TOWN/ AUGUSTA 1836 with calfskin heads, a rope tension drum with an inside manufacturer’s label marked W.H. CUNDY/BOSTON, MASS., a rope tension drum with P.R. WINN painted around the vent, with an inside label with the same name, calfskin heads, a sheet tin drum with metal tensioners, and calfskin heads, three pairs of sticks, and three single sticks. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600 1108 Model 1871/74 Mauser Rifle Lamp, c. 1960, a Model 1871/74 Mauser bolt action rifle attached to a wooden base, with a brass plate which reads 1888 MAUSER RIFLE LAMP/DESIGNED BY/ PETER FRAZIER-1960, in the muzzle of the gun is a lamp with a Civil War shade, ht. 66 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $200-400

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1112 WWI Emergency Ration, c. 191718, oval tin container with green label marked U.S. ARMY EMERGENCY RATION., with instructions, and PREPARED BY ARMOUR AND COMPANY/KANSAS CITY KANSAS, lg. 5 7/8, ht. 3 in. $300-500 1113 Large Group of WWI and WWII Web Belts and Equipment, c. early to mid-20th century, cartridge belts, mess kits, holsters, Browning automatic rifle belts, cavalry canteen, as well as a few Commonwealth items, and Vietnamera belts. $400-600 1114 German ZF 4 G43 Rifle Scope, c. 1943-45, blued-steel scope marked GW ZF 4/48361/ddx., overall lg. 6 in. $200-300 1115 Three Russian Model 36 Helmets, c. early to mid-20th century, three greenpainted Russian helmets with leather liners and chinstraps. $200-400


1122 German Model Em 0,9 m R Rangefinder and Case, c. 1944, tan-painted steel parts, marked in a center disc on the arms blc/+/Em 0,9 mR/278120, with tripod, sheet-steel carrying case, and original instruction manual, ht. 23 3/4, wd. 22 1/2 in. $300-500

1117 Japanese Torpedo Director, c. early to mid-20th century, brass instrument with compass settings, and Japanese characters, with a Bakelite case, ht. 3 1/2, dp. 11, lg. 11 in. $300-500

1123 Three Framed Aircraft Related Artwork and Memorabilia Items, c. 20th century, a framed print of the Memphis Belle with pieces of the original plane removed during the restoration, a signed image with some of the crew, a framed painting of U.S.A.F. bombers signed by James Stewart, and a framed painting of Ensign George Gay being attacked by Japanese Zero aircraft, and the story of his being shot down and survival, signed by George Gay. $300-500

1118 Group of WWII Marine Corps Material, c. 1941-45, a Japanese helmet with cloth liner and chinstrap, a Japanese leather fur-lined flight cap, a Japanese ammunition box filled with letters, journal mentioning his travels and the atomic bomb going off, personal items, a duffle bag filled with web gear, a Marine Corps bolo knife, and a PAL 36 fighting knife. Note: These items belonged to Corporal Ronald C. Derosier. $600-800 1119 Group of Japanese WWII Objects, c. early to mid-20th century, two silk flags with signatures, a Senninbari, and a Hachimak headband. $300-500 1120 Seven Helmets, c. 1917-70s, a German Model 40 double-decal police helmet with liner, size 66 shell, a Model 17 U.S. helmet with detached liner and no chinstrap, a U.S. M1 swivel bale front seam helmet with liner and chinstrap, a British WWII helmet with net and liner, a U.S. Korean War M1 helmet with liner, a U.S. Vietnam-era M1 helmet with liner and camouflage cover, and an unknown helmet and liner with European size markings. $400-600 1121 Three Rifle Scopes, c. 20th century, an M84 scope, blued-steel with rubber eye cap, an M45 scope with mounts, marked TELESCOPE, M45 NO. 4968/M.H.R. CO. 1943-R.J.D., and a Lyman scope marked THE LYMAN GUN SIGHT CORP./MADE IN U.S.A. MIDDLEFIELD, CONN./U.S. PATENT NO. 2078858/ALASKAN B3224, lg. 8 7/8 to 13 in. $200-400

1124 Model Cannon, c. 20th century, brass tube with wooden carriage, mounted on an oak board with four stacks of cannonballs on each corner, tube lg. 17 1/2, ht. 6 in. $300-500 1125 Gatling Gun Model, c. 20th century, cast carriage and tube, marked GATLING/USA/1886 and HARTFORD, CONN, with functioning hand-crank that rotates the barrels, and side boxes, ht. 7, lg. 15 in. $300-500 1126 Naval Cannon Model, c. 20th century, brass tube on a Spanish brownpainted wooden carriage, elevating wedge, and wheels, with black-painted iron hardware, ht. 3 1/4, lg. 8 in. $200-300 1127 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. early 19th century, walnut stock, lockplate marked M.T. WICKHAM/PHILA, barrel marked US/P/F, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $400-600

1128 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1835, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, tail of the lockplate marked PHILA/1835, and marked with US over M.T. WICKHAM in front of the hammer, (with a broken mainspring), breech dated 1835, and marked US/ JM/P, barrel lg. 42 1/8, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $300-500 1129 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket with a 1795 Lock, c. early 19th century, walnut stock, tail of the lockplate marked 1815, and marked with a US over an eagle, and SPRINGFIELD in front of the hammer, breech dated 1834, and marked US/V/P, barrel lg. 42 1/8, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $400-600 1130 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1828, walnut stock, tail of the lockplate marked HARPERS/FERRY/1828, and marked with an eagle over US in front of the hammer, breech marked US/ JCB/P, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 7/8 in. $300-500 1131 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket for Parts, c. 1834, walnut stock, tail of the lockplate marked PHILA/1834, and marked with a US over M.T. WICKHAM in front of the hammer, breech marked with a P, barrel lg. 42 1/8, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. $200-400 1132 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. 1834, walnut stock, tail of the lockplate marked PHILA/1834, and marked US over M.T. WICKHAM in front of the hammer, breech dated 1833, and marked with an eagle head, and P/V, barrel lg. 42 1/8, overall lg. 57 3/4 in. $300-500

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1116 Nordon Bomb Sight with Books, c. 1940s, black crinkle finished case with glass windows, marked on one face B254, also with a reprint of the original manual, and a copy of THE LEGENDARY NORDON BOMBSIGHT by Albert L. Pardini, ht. 10, lg. 18 in. $300-500

1133 British Pattern 1839 Percussion Musket, c. 19th century, walnut stock with a broad arrow stamp on the butt over BO, brass fittings, lockplate marked TOWER with a crown over VR, breech of the barrel has proof marks, barrel lg. 39, overall lg. 54 3/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500

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1134 Kentucky-style Half-stock Percussion Rifle, c. early to mid19th century, maple half-stock with brass fittings and pewter nose cap, octagonal barrel marked with foliate designs and L.B.P., lockplate marked with foliate designs and marked J. GOLCHER, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 1/2 in. $600-800

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1135 Kentucky-style Half-stock Percussion Rifle, c. 19th century, maple half-stock with brass patchbox, fittings and pewter nose cap, octagonal barrel, blued lockplate missing the hammer and hammer screw, barrel lg. 32, overall lg. 47 1/2 in. $600-800 1136 Kentucky-style Half-stock Conversion Percussion Rifle, c. early to mid-19th century, maple half-stock with brass fittings and pewter nose cap, octagonal barrel marked with unreadable maker, lockplate marked with foliate designs, barrel lg. 39, overall lg. 55 1/2 in. $600-800 1137 English-style Half-stock Fowler, c. 1850s, walnut stock with checkered wrist, steel and silver fittings, foliate designs on the lockplate, breech, barrel tang, triggerguard, and buttplate tang, browned-steel barrel and wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 27 3/4, overall lg. 44 1/4 in. $400-600 1138 Group of Six Altered Muskets for Parts, c. 19th century, two early 19th century militia muskets missing parts, a Model 1816 conversion that has been cut down, a Model 1863 rifle-musket with a cut-down stock, a British Pattern 53 Enfield rifle-musket with cut-down stock, and an Austrian conversion musket with cut-down stock and bayonet. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600

1139 Austrian Cavalry Carbine, c. mid19th century, walnut stock with iron sling bar on the left side, iron lock with 852, iron barrel with rear sight on the tang, and an iron barrel band, barrel lg. 14 1/2, overall lg. 30 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600 1140 Belgian Manufactured Brazilian Short Rifle, c. 1861, walnut stock with brass buttplate, triggerguard, and eagle shield plate on the wrist, iron lockplate, barrel, and barrel bands, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 48 1/2 in. $400-600 1141 U.S. Model 1863 Springfield Riflemusket, c. 1864, walnut stock, steel fittings, lockplate dated 1864, steel barrel missing the rear sight, steel ramrod, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $200-300 1142 Three Continental Bolt Action Rifles, c. late 19th century, a Model 1878 Swiss Vetterli, serial number 165305, with a walnut stock and blued-steel fittings; a Model 1870/87 Italian Vetterli, serial number KP1523, with a walnut stock and blued-steel fittings; and a Model 1871/88 Dutch Beaumont-Vitali, serial number 346, with a walnut stock and bright fittings. Provenance: From the collection of Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500 1143 Two Model 1886 Austrian Steyr Rifles, c. late 19th century, walnut stocks, steel fittings, left side of the receivers marked E.W.F.G. STEYR/1886 with a crown over L.I. and M.1886, overall lg. 45 3/4 to 51 3/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $300-500

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1144 Two Austrian Model 1867 Werndl Rifles, c. 1868-72, walnut stocks, both have LEX. H.S. stamped on the left side of the butt, steel fittings, barrel lg. 33 1/4, overall lg. 50 1/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. Note: The stamp on the butt probably stands for the Lexington High School in Lexington, Massachusetts. $200-400 1145 Three Reproduction Muskets, c. late 20th century, a Parker Hale musketoon, walnut stock marked on the right butt PARKER HALE LTD, color case hardened lock marked 1858/ ENFIELD, with blued-steel fittings, a reproduction Model 1841 percussion rifle made by REPLICA ARMSRIDGEFIELD N.J., with a walnut stock, brass and steel fittings, marked on the left side of the barrel FOR BLACK POWDER ONLY, and a THOMPSON/ CENTER black powder half stock Kentucky-style rifle. $300-500 1146 Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle with Sling, Bayonet, and Scabbard, c. late 19th century, walnut stock, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, and on front of trapdoor U.S/MODEL/1873, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52, overall bayonet lg. 21 3/8 in. Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck. $400-600 1147 Belgian Single-shot Rifle, c. 1880s, .22 caliber, walnut stock with checkered wrist and fore-end, steel fittings, octagonal barrel marked near the breech BELGIUM, barrel lg. 25, overall lg. 40 1/2 in. $250-350


Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $400-600 1148 Bardou-type 2 1/2-inch Library Refractor Telescope, 19th/early 20th century, the 36-in. brass main tube, rack-and-pinion focusing, mounted on a tapered tripod with collapsible black painted cast iron snake foot legs, associated pine case with additional eyepiece, overall lg. 38 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $1,000-1,500 1149 Zeiss-type 2 1/2-inch Refractor Telescope, late 20th century, 32-in. main tube with finderscope, rack-andpinion focusing, and objective lens covers. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $800-1,000 1150 J. Lizars 3-inch Refractor Telescope, Scotland, early 20th century the 35-in. brass main tube engraved J. Lizars (N 1) LTD. Belfast-Glasgow on ocular collar, rack-and-pinion focusing, mounted on a brass and mahogany tripod, walnut fitted box with label on underside reading in part James W. Queen & Co. optometrists Philadelphia, overall lg. 48 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $1,000-1,500 1151 Bausch & Lomb BALscope Sr. 60mm Telescope, Rochester, New York, scope with interchangeable eyepieces, tripod mount, and eyepiece carrier with 30x, 20x and 60x eyepieces, all in their original green pebbled finishes, scope with original box and manual, instrument lg. 14 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $800-1,200

1152 Zeiss and Hertel & Reuss Binoculars, Zeiss, c. 1942, 7 x 50 Zeiss with painted textured body, individual eyepiece focus, in a leather carrying case, the other 7 x 35, with leather-covered body, center focusing knob in a leather carrying case, ht. 5 to 7 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. Note: The Zeiss binoculars were made in Romania about 1942 under contract to Carl Zeiss, Jena. $300-500 1153 Zeiss 7x50 Binoctar, Jena, Germany, no. 1184686, with leather wrapped body, individual eyepiece focusing, engraved with model, maker’s name, location, and number, with a leather carrying case, ht. 6 3/4 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $400-600 1154 AOK Williams EZ-Touch Tripod Mount, Williams Optics, Switzerland, aluminum horizontal mount with sliding dovetail saddle and reading EZTouch, knurled locking screws, and attaches to the wood tripod by large locking collar, canvas carrying handle, tripod not extended ht. 45 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $300-500 1155 E. Krauss & Co. 15-inch Binoculars, Paris, France, the leather-wrapped body and adjustable sunshades, carved lignum vitae fine adjustment knob, extension tube engraved E. Krauss & Co, Paris, Berlin, Londres, St. Petersburg, in a fitted leather carrying case, extended lg. 19 in. $200-250 1156 Mahogany Polygon-shaped Spyglass and a Single-draw Ross Spyglass, 19th and 20th century, the 36-in. tapered mahogany main tube with single-draw eyepiece and brass objective lens collar; the Ross with leather-wrapped tube and draw engraved Ross London., lg. 17 to 38 in. Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $800-1,200

1157 17-inch Single-draw Spyglass, first quarter 20th century, the blue and white diamond pattern cotton-wrapped tube, and gunmetal painted ends, with eyepiece tube engraved J.W. Durnford. $200-400 1158 Two French Brass Aneroid Barometers, early 20th century, one with reversed painted glass dial and marked SL with a three-arm candelabra image, exposed brass hollow-formed circular ring mechanism engraved Brevete, and a silvered dial example marked Holosteric Barometer with typical movement, and marked on rear PB HN in a circle, dia. 5 to 5 1/2 in. $200-400 1159 D. Solcha Mahogany Wheel Barometer, Hull, England, c. 1800, the mahogany and edge banded inlaid barometer with swan’s neck pediment over the silvered dry/damp indicator, thermometer scale and 8-in. barometer dial, terminating in the bubble level plate engraved D. Solcha Hull, ht. 38 1/2 in. $300-500 1160 L. Maxant Chrome-plated 4-inch Aneroid Barometer, Paris, with silvered dial scale reading 6676 and engraved Barometre De Precision, Compense, L. Maxant 38 Rue Belgrand Paris, and a rotating adjustable outer dial set pointer. $300-500 1161 Negretti & Zambra Barograph, London, c. 1900, lacquered brass plate with clock mechanism in brass recording drum, ink bottle holder, and seven cell aneroid barometer connected to recording arm with pen nib tip, five beveled glass paneled removable cover, all on an oak base with two-compartment chart drawer, ht. 9 in. $400-600

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1147A A.S. Aloe Company 2 1/2-inch Refractor Telescope, St. Louis, Missouri, 20th century, the 37 1/2in brass main tube engraved A.S. Aloe Co. St. Louis on ocular collar, rack-and-pinion focusing, attached to a mahogany and brass tripod with manual height adjustment and wood screw locking knob, pine case with additional eyepiece, overall lg. 39 in.

1162 Joseph Somalvico Mahogany Wheel Barometer, 19th century, London, the pitch pediment top above the silvered scale thermometer dial and 8-in. barometer scale marked Jas Somalvico 4 Leather Lane London, with ebony and satinwood banding, rosette and shell inlay, lg. 38 in. $400-600

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1163 Four Sand Glasses, late 19th and early 20th century, all with turned round end plates, either straight, bulbous or incised columns, encasing the colorless glass bulbs, ht. 5 1/2 to 6 3/4 in $300-500

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1163A Adjustable Brass Dual Candle Lens Lamp, a single adjustable candlestick attached to the fish-shaped center plate, with second candlestick and magnifier, turned central shaft, all resting on triangular tri-foot base, ht. 11 3/4 in. $400-600 1164 Two Sand Glasses, 20th century, a red-stained beveled-edge end plate example, with four turned columns, encasing the colorless glass bulb; a mahogany example with round endplates and three turned columns encasing the bulb, ht. 9 in. $200-400 1165 Henry Browne & Son Ltd. “Sestrel” Compass, London, 19th/20th century, the brass case engraved in part Henry Browne & Son Ltd. Barking & London no. 9349/B along the top edge, wet card compass with cardinal points, sighting prism and turned wood handle, in a fitted hinged case with “Sestrel” Henry Browne & Son Ltd celluloid plaque attached to door panel, instrument ht. 9 1/2 in. $300-500 1166 7-inch Radius Bronze and Brass Sextant, no. 168, black lacquered pierced bronze frame, inset silvered scale calibrated 0-150, and engraved with illegible maker’s name and Edinburgh, horizon mirror, sunshades, telescope, index arm with magnifier, all in a fitted oak box with additional lenses and certificate by Hezzanith Observatory, London. $300-500 1167 Two Brass Monocular Microscopes, 19th century, a Martin Drum-type boxed microscope, with two additional objectives, tweezers, and slides, all housed in a fitted box; the other with square stage and adjustable slide hold down, and an associated mahogany box. $200-400

1168 Five Pocket Compasses and a Dip Needle Compass, 19th and 20th century, three wood-cased examples with various size dials, two military issued brass-cased examples, one marked U.S. Engineer Corps., and a W.S. Darley & Co. dip needle compass in a hinged case. $200-400

1172 C. Plath Navistar Classic Sextant, no. 62002, Hamburg, Germany, the black pierced body with brass scale marked 0-120, 6 x 30 eyepiece, horizon mirror, multiple sunshades and index arm with vernier and fine adjustment knob, all in a fitted mahogany carrying case. $500-700

1169 Martin Drum-type Boxed Microscope, late 19th century, with single-draw monocular tube, interchangeable objective, circular stage, hinged magnifier above concave mirror, the hinged mahogany box with two objective lenses and four slides, instrument ht. 6 in. $200-250

1173 Donkin and Co. Ship’s Telegraph, first half 20th century, the brass head enclosing the 8 1/2-in. white dial reading Donkin & Co Manufacturers Newcastle on Tyne, single lever bell command, all resting on the cast iron painted base, ht. 38 1/2 in. $600-800

1170 Buff and Buff Engineer’s Transit, Boston, no. 15792, with a 12-in. scope, bubble level, and vertical circle, all resting on “A”-frame support, silvered compass dial marked in part Buff & Buff Mfg. Co. 15792, enclosed horizontal circle, and four adjustable feet, ht. 14 in. $200-400 1171 Two 19th Century Surveyor’s Instruments, New York and Ohio, the surveyor’s compass with a 5-in. silvered dial marked B. Pike & Sons 166 Broadway N.Y. with dual bubble levels and sighting arms; the surveyor’s transit marked James Foster Jr. Cincinnati on the 5-in. silvered dial, “A”frame, 9-in. scope with level, enclosed circular scale with dual vernier reading windows, ht. 11 in. $600-800 1171A Two D.H. & C.C. Morrison’s Industrial Blueprints, Dayton, Ohio, 19th century, the two blueprints for the Columbia Bridge Works, one reading in part Morrison’s Iron Arch. CounterArched. Bridge, 1851, the other reading Morrison’s Patent wrought Iron Truss Bridge, both in clear wrap on press board, lg. 28, ht. 19 1/2 to 20 in.; together with two Keuffel & Esser Co. slide rules, a 6-in. ruler, a drafting set, and slide rule manual. $150-250

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1174 Three Ship’s Wheels and a Ship’s Compass, 20th century, a brass and a chrome plated brass six-spoke wheel with turned wood handles, a wood six-spoke wheel with aluminum center hub reading Skee-Craft; and a 2-in. E.S. Ritchie & Sons gimbaled brass compass in oak box. $200-400 1175 Farragut Association Naval Veterans Presentation Bell and Compass, Providence, Rhode Island, with a Waterbury Clock Co. clock depicting a sailor, above the engraved brass bell reading Farragut Assn. Naval Veterans Port of Providence Damn the torpedoes-Go ahead, a 6 1/2-in. gimbaled E.S. Ritchie liquid compass with brass bezel stamped in part 3992 and July 10 1870, housed in a mahogany box, all mounted to a turned wood stool, ht. 52 in. $400-600 1176 Cast Bronze Bell, 20th century, stamped ER with a crown and SCC 8/56 on the head, matted waist and iron clapper with leather strap, ht. 10 in. $250-350


Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $300-500 1178 W.H. Andrews Blind Stop Patent Model, no. 40,304, patented October 13, 1863, the small tin clip attached to a scale model of a wood shutter, original patent tag or label and a copy of the blueprints showing the use of the blind stop, shutter ht. 12 1/2 in. $200-300 1179 Joseph M. Pickering Brush Trimming Machine Patent Model, no. 268,278, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1882, the patent model with dual blades attached to the revolving shaft, adjustable parallel bar clamps, and single blade mounted to a chestnut and cherry frame with two blackpainted curved metal feet, original patent label or tag, lg. 13 in. $300-500 1180 Collection of 19th and Early 20th Century Spectacles or “Eyeglasses,” thirty-seven brass, steel, and plastic framed Pince-nez spectacles with oval lenses, some bifocals, and twentyfive round and oval “riding temple” spectacles, brass, steel, and zylo covered frames, many marked with maker’s name. $200-400 1181 Collection of 19th Century Spectacles or “Eyeglasses,” America and Europe, brass and steel frames, round and oval lenses, many with “crank” bridges and pin-in-slot temples, “wig loop” or teardrop ends, three having maker’s stamps: D. Chandler New York, C. Brewer & Co. N.York, and J. Guthre, forty-three total. $300-500

1181A Collection of 19th and 20th Century Lorgnettes, seven with simple foldout lenses, five with faux tortoiseshell handles, an engraved floral motif silvered brass example, and an early horn example, together with seven other lorgnettes with hinged lenses, a gunmetal example with round rimmed glasses, three others with ornate embossed designs and two other faux tortoiseshell examples with brass highlights, fourteen total. $200-400 1182 Collection of Spectacle or “Eyeglass” Cases, 19th/20th century, an engraved sterling silver open mouth example with monogram MG on the front and having Birmingham hallmarks, nine “frog’s mouth” lacquered papier-mâché or pressed paper examples, four with mother-ofpearl and five with gilt decoration, four steel and a pierced silvered brass case, and a floral and bird decorated beaded two-part case, seventeen total. $200-400 1182A Collection of Tinted Lens Spectacles or “Sunglasses,” 19th/20th century, examples with blue, orange, brown, or green tint, brass or steel frames, round, octagonal, and oval rims, many with pin-in-slot temples, eleven “shooting” pairs, all with “crank,” “C,” “X,” or “scroll” bridges, twenty-two total. $200-400 1183 Four Titles on Locks and Keys, Locks and Keys by Louis Zara; Locks and Keys Throughout the Ages by Vincent J.M. Eras; Clefs by Gabriele Mandel; and Schlussel und Schlob by Heinrich Pankofer. $150-250 1184 Collection of 18th and 19th Century Keys, Continental, including one with a double bow, stationary and rotating lower bit, others with simple bows and bits, twenty-four total. Provenance: Formerly from the collection of Burt Blechman. $200-400

1185 Pair of Iron Shackles and Shackle Locks, 19th century, the shackles with three twisted links, torpedo-shaped lock box, and key, and five barrel locks, three with keys, lg. 3 to 6 in. Provenance: Formerly from the collection of Burt Blechman. $200-300 1186 Soupy Sales Brass “Key to the City” Huntington, West Virginia, the 7-in. brass key engraved Huntington W. VA. above a plaque that reads Welcome Home Soupy Huntington’s Favorite Son September 8, 1984 Huntington City Council Joseph L. Williams, Mayor, all mounted on a walnut plaque. $200-400 1187 “Town of Belleville” Large Brass Key, with circular bow with embossed wreath edge design, starburst center on one side and engraved matte plate on the other reading Town of Belleville, cross-form step on bit, lg. 10 in. $200-400 1188 Collection of Iron Door Locks, America and Europe, 19th and early 20th century, various mortise and surface mount examples, one with a double dead bolt mechanism, eight total, three with keys, lg. 4 to 15 1/2 in. Provenance: Formerly from the collection of Burt Blechman. $500-700 1189 Collection of Persian, Oriental, and Arabian Slider Padlocks, 19th century, steel body and mechanisms with engraved brass and copper overlay, together with a group of keys, approximately forty locks total.

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1177 Trippensee Solar System Model Sol-300, Trippensee Planetarium Co., Saginaw, Michigan, the 6-in. colored lithograph tin globe centering the planets, sun, and moon that are attached to movable metal arms, stepped molded plastic base with circular metal zodiac and month calendars, ht. 13 in.

Provenance: Formerly from the collection of Burt Blechman. $700-900 1190 Collection of Persian and Arabian Slider Padlocks, 19th century, steel body and mechanisms with engraved brass and copper overlay, together with a group of keys, approximately forty locks total. Provenance: Formerly from the collection of Burt Blechman. $700-900

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1191 Collection of Padlocks or “Smokehouse” Locks, America and Europe, 19th and 20th century, brass, tin, and iron examples, many with engraved, stamped, or embossed plates, some with keys, approximately thirty-five total.

1196 Six Tin Lithographed and Two Paper-wrapped Globes, 20th century, various sizes from 5 to 8 in., makers include J. Chein, Replogle Globes, Ohio Art Co., and Chadvalley & Co. $700-900

1202 John Weiss Scalpel Set, 19th century, London, set of bone-handled scalpels engraved Weiss London D.P.H. in a blue velvet-lined fitted box, monogramed on top D.P.H. $300-500

Provenance: Formerly from the collection of Burt Blechman. $400-600

1197 “Lee’s Patent” Graphoscope and Stereo Cards, c. 1870, the rectangular walnut case with a 3 3/4-in. magnifier lens above the stereo lenses with hinged protectors, approximately forty stereo cards, many depicting scenes of the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and a hand-held stereoscope. $200-300

1203 Three 19th Century Medical Instruments, Europe and America, the square brass scarificator engraved Wienn housed in a fitted leather- bound case, a horn handled three blade fleam engraved G. Gregory on one of the blades, and a brass fleam (blade broken off), in a fitted velvet-lined carrying case. $400-600

1192 Buckley Criss Cross Nickel Slot Machine, Chicago, Illinois, the oak and chrome Art Deco case with coin aperture at top, three reel strips, Guaranteed $10 Jackpot window, lever crank on side, and dual pay-out coin holders, ht. 26 in. $400-600 1193 National Cast Bronze Cash Register, Dayton, Ohio, with plaque above glass box reading Amount Purchased, serial number marked on plaque 538173/130, above the hinged midsection, two rows of keys above the white glass counter, and a divided wood drawer, ht. 19 in. $200-250 1194 Millionaire Calculator by Hans W. Egli, Zurich, Switzerland, no. 2372, with motor attachment, eight slides, sixteen-digit capacity, multiplierlever and regulator (for addition, multiplication, division and subtraction) and crank on a painted brass bedplate, slide table and instruction plate on interior lid, two brass plaques reading in part: Hans W. Egli Ingenteur and a distributer agent plaque reading: W.A. Morschhauser New York, sitting on the original desk frame with two oak veneered table wings, and a copy of the original operating manual, machine wd. 25 1/2 in. Provenance: Reportedly purchased for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and used by the Animal Nutrition Division at the Beltsville, Maryland, research station. $1,500-2,500 1195 Burkhardt Arithmometer, Germany, with black-enameled plate, eight slides, crank and sixteen-digit display, operating instructions in German, housed in a mahogany case with brass plaque on top lid reading Burkhardt Arithmometer, lg. 23 in. $500-700

1198 Large Collection of Photographic Stereoscope Cards, early 20th century, including, American and European landscapes, architectural interiors and, exteriors, family portraits, presidents, and examples by retailers such as H.C. White Co., Keystone View Co., Underwood & Underwood, and Griffith & Griffith, over 650 in total. $500-700 1199 Mahogany-cased Medical Instruments, 19th/20th century, collection of bone and stainless steel scalpels, tweezers, and scissors, housed in a hinged box with two removable divided trays, brass plaque on lid reading C.S. Middleton. M.D., box wd.10 1/2 in. $300-500 1200 Brass Transfusion Pump by Bigg, 19th century, the 5-in. cylinder engraved Bigg Macker St Thomas’s St. Southwark, with turned bone handle, and twin nozzles, overall lg. 9 1/4 in. Literature: Bennion, Antique Medical Instruments, p. 192. $400-600 1201 National Battery Operated Otoscope, National Electrical Instrument Co., Elmhurst, New York, the ribbed Bakelite instrument and attachments, original manual, in a velvet-lined fitted box. $200-400

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1204 “Bodyscope” Medical Folio, compiled by Ralph Segal, 1935, gilt embossed title and caduceus on cover, opening up to reveal two color-lithographed pierced cards with rotating discs, each of the four pages with female or male subjects, and description of anatomy, diet, and physiology, wd. 16 x ht. 20 1/2 in. $200-250 1205 Two 14kt Gold Howard Open Face Watches, Boston, both with 17-jewel, stem-wind, stem-set, damascened nickel movements, porcelain dials with sunk seconds, no. 1226672 with a monogram on the case back and a lengthy dedication on the cuvette with a 14kt chain and small pocket knife dia. 45 mm, and no. 932265 in a swing-out Roy case with monogramed back, dia. 50 mm. $300-500 1206 Two Howard Gold-filled Open Face Watches, Boston, both leverset movements in Howard swingout cases, No. 978036 17-jewel damascened nickel movement, and No. 1102236 21-jewel bridge plate movement marked with maker’s name, location, and number, and Extra Adjustment, Five Positions Temperature, dia. 52 mm. $250-450 1207 Five Howard 10 Size Gold-filled Open Face Watches, Boston, all with 17-jewel, stem-wind, stem-set, damascened nickel movements, various silver tone dials, in Keystone Extra cases, three in white gold and two in yellow gold, all dia. 43 mm. $300-500


1208A Howard Series 11 Railroad Chronometer, Boston, No. 1318399 porcelain Arabic numeral dial marked Howard, sunk seconds, 21-jewel movement marked with maker’s name, location, and number as above, and Series 11, Railroad Chronometer, R.R. Adjustment Temperature, Five Positions, in a swing-out, E. Howard Watch Co., Keystone Extra gold-filled case, in a wooden Howard box, dia. 53 mm. $300-500 1209 Five Howard Gold-filled Open Face Watches, Boston, all 17-jewel movements with porcelain Arabic numeral dials with sunk seconds, a 3/4 plate movement in an engine-turned J. Boss case, the other four in plain Keystone/Crescent cases, dia. 45 to 51 mm. $300-500 1210 Five Howard Gold-filled Watches, Boston, all with porcelain dials with sunk seconds, a nickel, 17-jewel, gold center-wheel, stem-wind, stem-set movement in an engraved hunting case, a 19-jewel, adjusted to five positions, nickel movement in a monogramed open face case, and three nickel, 17-jewel, movements in open face cases, dia. 47 to 50 mm. $400-600 1211 Howard Hunting Case and Five Other Howard Watches, Boston, E. Howard Watch Co., all 17-jewel, damascened, nickel movements in gold-filled cases, the hunting a fully engraved J. Boss 25-year yellow gold case, three open face with matte silver Arabic numeral dials in Keystone Extra white-gold-filled cases, and two in gold-filled open face cases, dia. 46 to 49 mm. $300-500

1212 Five Howard 17-jewel Open Face Watches, Boston, all with stemwind, stem-set, damascened nickel movements with porcelain dials marked Howard in open face gold-filled cases, a series 9, three-quarter-plate movement with double sunk Arabic numeral dial with blue five minute and seconds numerals in a J Boss engineturned case, the other four in Crescent cases, two of them swing-out models, dia. 45 to 51 mm. $300-500 1213 Howard Hunting Case and Four Open Face Watches, Boston, all 17-jewel, damascened, nickel movements in gold-filled cases, a series 9 no. 966694 with double sunk “Montgomery” dial in a fully engraved hunting case, the other four with matte silver dials in open face white-goldfilled Keystone Extra cases, dia. 46 to 50 mm. $300-500 1214 Five Howard 17-jewel Open Face Watches, E. Howard Watch Co., Boston, a series 2 movement marked in part 1117508, series 2, Adjustment Five Positions, Temperature, with double sunk porcelain bold Arabic numeral dial in a Fahys gold-filled case, four other 17-jewel movements, one in a Howard 14kt gold swing-out case, the other three in Crescent Extra goldfilled cases, dia. 46 to 50 mm. $300-500 1215 Two Boxed Howard Watches With Papers and a Coin Silver Howard, Boston, a double sunk matte silver dial marked Howard, 17-jewel, damascened nickel movement No. 45942, in a 14kt white gold case with a pocket knife marked 10K, all in a wooden Howard box with paperwork matching the movement and case numbers, a 17-jewel movement No. 859568, in a J. Boss, fully engraved, open face case, in a Howard box with matching paperwork, and a porcelain Roman numeral dial with sunk seconds marked E. Howard & Co., Boston, with N size “hound” movement No. 210902, in a Dueber coin silver open face case, dia. 44 to 59 mm. $300-500

1216 Five Howard Open Face Watches, Boston, all with dials marked Howard in open face, gold-filled cases, a 21-jewel, adjusted to five position movement, No. 1119647, and four 17-jewel movements, three bar-type, one in a fully engraved case with a matte silver dial without seconds, and one three-quarter-plate, dia. 47 to 52 mm. $400-600 1217 Five Howard Watches and Two Howard Boxes, Boston, Massachusetts, two with porcelain Arabic numeral dials, red five minute and seconds markings, marked Howard, 17-jewel damascened nickel movements, and open face, goldfilled cases, two with Arabic dials in open face, non-gold cases, a Howard travel clock with the dial marked 8 day, Howard & Co., 15-jewel, Swiss movement, in a folding leather case, and two wooden Howard watch boxes, one with papers for a 17-jewel watch. $400-600 1218 Three Elgin 7-jewel Open Face Watches, including a lever-set movement with a porcelain Roman numeral dial in a gold-filled case, and two stem-set movements one in a heavily worn gold-filled case, one in a Silveroid case. $150-250 1219 Four Elgin Open Face Key-wind Watches, all with Roman numeral dials and movements marked only with serial number and maker’s name and location, two in coin silver cases, the others in Silveroid and Silverine cases. $200-300 1220 18kt Gold Elgin Hunting Case Watch, Elgin National Watch Company, no. 2305335, Arabic numeral dial with sunk seconds, blued Breguet hands, stem-wind, lever-set, damascened nickel movement marked with maker’s name and number as above, engraved case with rear of a sidewheel paddle steamer, inside of rear cover marked Warranted, 18K, U.S. Assay, dia. 51 mm. $300-500

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1208 Four Howard 14kt Gold Open Face Watches, Boston, all 10 size with matte silver Arabic numeral dials, stem-wind, stem-set movements and monogramed case backs, one in a yellow gold case with a 21-jewel, adjusted to five positions movement, No. 38181, the other three in white gold cases with 17-jewel, adjusted to three positions movements. $400-600

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1221 Four 15-jewel Open Face Elgin Watches, Illinois, three in swing-out cases, one sterling silver, and one in a standard Silveroid case. $150-250

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1222 Five Silver Waltham Pocket Watches, three with porcelain Roman numeral dials with sunk seconds, one key-wind and key-set, all in open face coin silver cases, two with damascened nickel movements, one with double sunk dial, No. 5144727, in a swing-out coin silver case, the last, No. 15827023, with a polychrome dial, pierced gold hands, in a sterling silver hunting case. $200-300 1223 Three Waltham and Four Other Open Face Watches, the Walthams, one with an engine-turned gold-tone dial, 15-jewel, damascened nickel movement, in a gold-filled case, a keywind, key-set movement No. 989122 in an Argentine Silver case, and a stemwind, set-set movement in Silveroid case, a Seth Thomas with Montgomery dial, 21-jewel, damascened, dual color movement in a fully engraved gold-filled case, a Burlington with Montgomery dial, 21-jewel, nickel, bartype movement in a gold-filled case, an Illinois with a 21-jewel Penn Special movement, engine-turned silver-tone dial in an octagonal gold-filled case, and a Hebdomas, eight-day, 15-jewel movement with visible balance wheel in a repoussé base metal case marked Huguenin, dia. 46 to 57 mm. $450-650 1224 Five Silver American Pocket Watches, Massachusetts, all with porcelain dials marked with the manufacturer’s name, a key-wind, key-set, Waltham no.5296044 in an engine-turned English sterling silver, hunting case, a key-wind, key-set, Waltham no. 8765530 in an English engine-turned open face case, a key-wind, key-set Hampden with movement marked405798, Springfield, Mass., in an engraved coin silver case, and two Walthams with stemwind, stem-set, damascened nickel movements in engine engraved coin cases, dia. 50 to 55 mm. $300-500

1225 Five Pocket Watches of Varying Design and Manufacture, including two railroad themed, an enamel dial with raised blue lozenges for each Roman numeral, floral decoration, sunk seconds and pierced gold hands, a 15-jewel Swiss lever-escapement movement in a international coin silver hunting case with both covers engraved with a steam locomotive, and an enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals, seconds bit, and a steam locomotive with a New York Standard Watch Company movement in a gold-filled case, an open face Hamilton with double sunk Arabic numeral dial, 17-jewel movement in a 14kt gold case, and two with damascened nickel movements, a Hamilton 972, and an A.W. Gunnison, both in engraved, open face, gold-filled cases. $200-300 1226 Five Silver Open Face Pocket Watches and Another, England and United States, including a “Liverpool” chain fusee movement in a sterling consular case, a verge chain fusee movement marked Bullingford, London, 7152 in a sterling pair case, an Elgin H.H. Taylor in a coin silver consular case, an Aurora key-wind, No. 12040, and a stem-wind and set Elgin in engraved coin cases, and an open face gold-filled Rode, with a brass watch stand. $200-300 1227 Two 16 Size American Watches Waltham and Hamilton, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, the first, a 16 size Waltham Riverside, 19-jewel, serial no. 23080158, Arabic numeral double sunk dial, blued spade hands and sunk seconds, all in a sterling and two-tone gold-filled case, and a 16 size Hamilton model 972 open face watch with Arabic numeral double sunk dial marked Hamilton, blued-steel spade hands, stem-wind and set, 17-jewel movement, serial no. 897944, threequarter-plate damascened movement with crystal back to view movement. $200-300

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1228 Three American Pocket Watches and a Tissot Wristwatch, first a Hamilton with double sunk enamel Arabic numeral dial, blued hands, a 21-jewel, model 992 movement no. 2359676, in a gold-filled, openface case, next a 17-jewel Waltham “Riverside” no. 6552039, with a sunk seconds Roman numeral dial, in a chromed base metal open face case, third a Waltham with matte silver dial with sunk seconds, a 15-jewel damascened nickel movement in an open-face, gold-filled case, and an automatic Tissot “Seastar Seven” wristwatch in a case marked Plaque G 20, dia. 34 to 51 mm. $400-600 1229 Two Accutron Wristwatches and an Omega Speedmaster, the first Accutron with stainless steel and 14kt gold-filled trim Accutron bracelet, brushed silvered dial signed by maker, Accutron logo for 12 and beveled wedge numerals, center seconds and luminescent hands; the next Accutron with stainless steel case and clear dial with stick numerals at the perimeter and full view of the movement, black leather band; the last, an Omega Electronic Speedmaster/Chronometer and signed on the dial, sweep seconds, Omega logo at 12 and date indication, gold-filled bracelet. $300-500 1230 Two Incomplete Watch Movements, London, 18th century, including a champlevé silver dial with Roman hour and Arabic minute numerals, center marked Brown/Fecit against a matted background, beetle and poker hands, the movement with tulip pillars and silvered regulation dial, (missing components including balance and cock), backplate signed Rob Brown, 42 mm; the last with dial marked Arnold/Charles Frodsham/9078, threequarter gilt plate movement marked Arnold Charles Frodsham Patent/no. 9078, engraved balance cock and ruby end stone, dia. 40 mm. $100-150


1232 Agassiz 14kt Gold Hunting Case Watch, c. 1860, No. 57752, enamel double sunk Roman numeral dial with red five minute markings marked Agassiz, fully engine-turned and engraved case marked 14 K, Dueber, stem-wind, lever-set, damascened nickel movement marked with maker’s name and number as above, dia. 40 mm. $400-600 1233 One English and Two Swiss Silver Watches, various dates, the English pair cased watch by John Collins, London, no. 21478, a chain fusee movement with verge escapement, pierced balance cock, enameled Roman numeral dial, in an English sterling silver case, dia. 53 mm; an eight-day Swiss open-face watch with visible balance wheel in a Continental silver case, and a key-wind, key-set Swiss watch for the Chinese market with fully engraved movement, duplex escapement, hinged glass cuvette, enameled Roman numeral dial with Chinese markings and a sweep center seconds hand, dia. 55 mm. $200-300 1234 Joseph Dunbar Mahogany and Satinwood Tall Clock, Perth Scotland, c. 1815, scroll-top case with freestanding reeded columns flanking the painted Roman numeral iron dial with figures depicting the four seasons in the spandrels, arch reading with Kindly Welcome, Jenny Brings him Ben, seconds and calendar bits, indistinctly signed Jos. Dunbar/Perth, reeded quarter columns flanking the inset rope-turned and banded waist door, eight-day, time and strike, brass movement with false plate stamped Wilkes, two weights and pendulum, ht. 82 1/4 in. $800-1,200

1235 Pennsylvania Walnut Tall Clock, c. 1800, flat-top hood with freestanding columns flanking the Roman numeral painted iron dial with floral spandrels and decorated arch, full-length tombstone door, and step molded base, thirty-hour, time and hour strike, pull-up movement, with unmarked false plate, regulated by two cast iron weights, and pendulum, ht. 90 in. $1,000-1,500

1238 Mahogany-stained Pine Tall Clock, New England, fret-top case with freestanding columns flanking the Roman numeral painted iron dial with floral spandrels, the diamond edge pattern and urn center inlaid waist door, fluted quarter-columns with brass capitals, French foot inlaid base, eightday, time and strike mechanism, and two tin-cased weights, ht. 88 in. $1,500-2,500

1236 Tiger Maple and Mahogany Veneered Tall Clock, Pennsylvania, c. 1825, the swan’s neck pediment with mahogany veneer facade above the freestanding columns flanking the painted Roman numeral dial with cornucopia spandrels and moon’s age in the arch, lamb’s tongue chamfered columns flanking the banded mahogany veneered waist door terminating on four turned feet, eightday, time and hour strike movement with two tin-cased weights, ht. 92 in. $3,000-5,000

1239 David Wood Mahogany Tall Clock, Newburyport, Massachusetts, c. 1790, the dome-top case with freestanding reeded columns flanking the painted Arabic numeral iron dial, connected directly to movement, reading ...Wood Newbury..., raised gilt starburst spandrels, and arch decoration, pierced heart-shaped hands, seconds bit, and calendar aperture, rectangular waist door flanked by the brass capital reeded quarter-columns, eight-day, time and hour strike movement, pendulum and two tin-cased weights, ht. 80 in. $400-600

1236A American Renaissance Revival Oak Tall Clock, retailed by H. Muhr’s & Sons, Philadelphia, c. 1880-95, the crest with central grotesque mask, two urn-form finials above arched hood with gadrooning and egg-anddart molding, and glazed and beveled door enclosing 12 1/2-in. brass and steel dial with silvered chapter ring with applied Roman numerals, raised silvered seconds bit, and chime/silent indicator, inscribed “H. Muhr’s & Sons, Philadelphia,” and painted with two full moons and landscapes in arch, the waisted section with glazed and beveled door flanked by carved stiles surmounted by panther’s heads, on base relief-carved with a tavern scene, with eight-day movement quarterchiming on four gongs, with pendulum, three brass-cased weights, and keys, ht. 97, wd. 25 in. $2,500-3,500 1237 New England Tiger Maple Tall Clock, c. 1810, scroll-top case above the freestanding reeded columns, painted Arabic numeral dial with geometric and floral spandrels and arch decoration, serpentine waist door, cove-molded base with scalloped apron, thirtyhour, time and hour strike, pull-up movement, ht. 89 in. $2,000-4,000

1240 Lawrence Smith Reproduction Aaron Willard Shelf Clock, WinstonSalem, North Carolina, c. 1979, scrolltop mahogany case, reverse-painted tablet marked Aaron Willard, Boston, stenciled and lyre decoration over the 7-in. dia. painted iron concave dial with Roman numerals, lower tablet with naval battle marked Escape of the Constitution and lyre spandrels, ball feet, eight-day, time-only movement marked Kilbourn & Proctor Inc., with a lead weight, ht. 35 in. $1,000-1,500 1241 Riley Whiting Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Winchester, Connecticut, 1825, mahogany scroll-top case with three pineapple finials, painted wooden Arabic numeral dial with raised gilt shield decorated spandrels, reversepainted tablet depicting an observatory, printed maker’s label reading in part Modern Improved Clocks made and sold by Riley Whiting, thirty-hour wooden movement with countwheel strike, two cast iron weights, and pendulum, ht. 30 1/2 in. $600-800

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1231 Swiss Continental Silver Demihunting Case Watch, enamel dial with centered 3/4-in. Roman numeral chapter ring, pierced brass hands, engraved case with scalloped edge top cover, inner back cover marked in part Galonne, LEC 0.800, base metal cuvette engraved Remontoir, Cylindre 6 rubis, with a stem-wind, pin-set, bartype movement marked La Chatelaine, dia. 45 mm. $300-500

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1242 Seth Thomas Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1825, scroll-top case with freestanding columns flanking the full-length door, glazed dial opening over the painted wood Roman numeral dial, lower tablet a rural scene, interior maker’s label, wood, thirty-hour, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 31 in. $700-900

1247 Daniel Pratt & Son Mahogany Shelf Clock, Reading, Massachusetts, c. 1850, with ogee crown and base molding, convex tapered columns flanking the Roman numeral painted wooden dial, original looking glass tablet and manufacturer’s paper label, thirty-hour, time and countwheel strike wooden movement, powered by two cast iron weights and pendulum, ht. 27 in. $200-250

1243 Silas Hoadley Transitional Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany veneered case with stenciled half-columns and splat, painted wood Roman numeral dial, mirrored lower tablet, maker’s label inside marked in part Clocks. Arranged and Manufactured by Silas Hoadley, Plymouth, (Conn.), wood, thirty-hour, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 29 in. $150-250

1248 Seth Thomas Miniature Fourcolumn Shelf Clock, Plymouth Hollow, Connecticut, c. 1850, the mahogany case with two freestanding columns flanking each side, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, stenciled and reverse-painted tablet attributed to Fenn, interior case label marked in part Patent Spring Brass Eight Day Clocks, Manufactured and Sold by Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow Conn., eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two brass springs and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 18 1/2 in. $300-500

1244 Mahogany Seth Thomas Transitional Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1835, carved acanthus leaf splat, acorn finials, stenciled half-columns flanking the door, painted wood Roman numeral dial, stenciled and reverse-painted lower glass, maker’s label stating in part Invented by ELI TERRY., Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut, by SETH THOMAS, wood, thirty-hour, time and strike movement powered by two weights, ht. 30 in. $500-700 1245 Salem Holman Transitional Shelf Clock, Hartford, Connecticut, with stenciled splat and half-columns, pineapple finials, and paw front feet, reverse-painted tablet, painted wood Arabic numeral dial, wood, thirty-hour, time and strike movement and two cast iron weights, ht. 30 1/2 in. $300-500 1246 Mahogany Smith & Goodrich Miniature Reverse Ogee Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, mahogany case, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, stenciled lower glass, maker’s label stating in part Springs with equalized power, warranted not to fail, SMITH & GOODRICH, Bristol, Conn., brass, thirty-hour, time and strike movement with attached wooden fusees mounted in an iron frame, ht. 15 in. $700-900

1249 Marsh, Gilbert & Co. Carved Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Farmington, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany case with carved half-columns and eagle splat, painted wood Arabic numeral dial, maker’s label inside marked in part Eight-Day Clocks,, Manufactured and Sold by Marsh, Gilbert & Co., lower tablet a beveled glass mirror, wood, eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 36 in. $300-500 1250 E. & G.W. Bartholomew Transitional Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1840, mahogany veneered case, stenciled splat and half-columns on door, painted wood dial, lower tablet of a rural scene surrounded by a stenciled gold border, printed maker’s label inside backboard stating in part Manufactured and Sold by E, & G. W, Bartholomew, Bristol, Conn. thirtyhour, weight-powered, time and strike wooden movement, carved paw feet in front, ht. 28 in. $300-500

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1251 C. & N. Jerome and New Haven Shelf Clocks, Connecticut, the Jerome a round sided mahogany case with stenciled dial surround on top glass, mirrored tablet below, round zinc Roman numeral dial, brass, thirty-hour, time and strike movement powered by two lead weights, the New Haven a rosewood veneered beehive clock with reverse-painted lower tablet of pansies, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 19 to 22 in. $250-450 1252 Silas Hoadley Ogee Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1840, mahogany veneered case with painted wood Roman numeral dial, stenciled lower tablet attributed to Fenn, printed maker’s label on backboard, brass, thirty-hour, time and strike movement marked S. Hoadley, Plymouth, CT, U.S.A., powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 26 in. $125-175 1253 Clarke, Gilbert & Co. Ogee Clock, Winchester, Connecticut, c. 1845, mahogany veneered case with painted zinc Roman numeral dial, lower tablet reverse-painting on glass of a willow tree by a stream, brass, thirty-hour, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 26 in. $175-225 1254 Daniel Pratt Jr. Column and Cornice Shelf Clock, Reading and Boston, Massachusetts, mahogany veneered case with molded cornice, turned half-columns flanking the wooden dial with Roman numerals and floral spandrels, transfer and paint decorated center tablet, mirrored lower tablet, interior label stating in part Daniel Pratt Jr., Reading, Mass., ...Depot No. 2... Boston, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 33 in. $300-500


1256 Birge, Mallory & Co. Mahogany Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1840, the case with carved fruit basket splat, turned columns flanking the upper door and the painted wood Roman numeral dial, two reverse-paintings on glass tablets signed on back Moberg, maker’s label on backboard marked in part Eight-Day Clocks, Manufactured by Birge, Mallory & Co., strap brass, eight-day, time and strike movement stamped B M & Co., powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 38 1/2 in. $300-500 1257 Birge, Mallory & Co. Miniature Triple-decker Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1845, mahogany veneered case with a gilt eagle splat, stamped brass Roman numeral dial, reverse-painting on glass in midsection and stenciled glass in lower door, maker’s label on backboard, strap brass, thirty-hour, time and strike movement stamped B M & Co., with two cast iron weights and a pendulum, ht. 27 in. $500-700 1258 Chauncey Boardman Triple Fusee Sharp Gothic or “Steeple” Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1848, with mahogany case, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, lower glass with transfer and painted scene marked Market Place Quebec, printed maker’s label on inside of backboard, brass, thirty-hour, time, strike, and alarm movement with attached fusees, regulated by a pendulum, ht. 20 in. $250-450

1259 Brewster Manufacturing Company Miniature Column & Cornice Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1852, the rosewood case with turned halfcolumns flanking the upper door, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, lower tablet with transfer and paintdecorated scene marked Buckingham Palace (losses), overpasted label states in part Brewster Manufacturing Co., brass, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement stamped Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Ct., U.S., ht. 20 1/2 in. Note: Brewster & Ingrahams company was dissolved in 1852 and Elisha Brewster formed Brewster Manufacturing Co. with other partners. With the overpasted label this clock may be from the transition period. $200-400 1260 Brewster & Ingrahams Ogee Gothic or “Onion Top” Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1840, rosewood veneered case, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, label on interior backboard stating in part Patent Spring Eight-day Repeating Brass Clocks, Made and Sold by Brewster & Ingrahams, with brass, eight-day, time and rack and snail strike movement, ht. 20 in. $300-500 1261 J.C. Brown Ripple Front Steeple Clock, Forestville, Connecticut, c. 1848, the rosewood veneered case with ripple front frames, frosted glass lower tablet, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, printed maker’s label on backboard, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement, ht. 20 in. $500-700 1262 J.C. Brown Ripple Front Beehive Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1845, mahogany veneered case with ripple front frames, frosted glass lower tablet, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, printed maker’s label on backboard, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 19 in. $600-800

1263 Jerome Ripple Molded Fusee Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1850, ripple-molded mahogany case, hinged brass bezel over the painted zinc Roman numeral dial, blued-steel hands, brass alarm disc, thirty-hour, time and strike movement with brass fusees attached to an iron bracket, separate alarm movement mounted in the base, ht. 13 1/2 in. $500-700 1264 William S. Johnson Eight-day Ogee Clock, New York, c. 1845, retailed by George H. Clarke, cherry case, painted zinc Seems calendar dial with apertures for month, day of the month, and day of the week, (later addition), transfer decorated lower tablet, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 28 in. $150-250 1265 J.C. Brown Eight-day Ogee Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c.1847, rosewood veneered case, undecorated painted wood Roman numeral dial, lower tablet transfer decorated with the home of J. C. Brown in Bristol, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 29 in. $100-150 1266 John Birge Column & Cornice Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1848, mahogany case with molded cornice, turned half-columns flanking the wooden dial with Roman numerals and floral spandrels, stencil decorated tablets in doors, printed maker’s label on backboard, strap brass, eight-day, time and strike movement, two cast iron weights and a pendulum, ht. 33 in. $400-600

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1255 Birge, Mallory & Co. Miniature Triple-decker Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1845, mahogany case with carved gesso and gilded fruit basket splat, turned, gilded, and smoke-grained columns flanking the wooden dial with Roman numerals, gilt spandrels and center, midsection reverse-painted tablet flanked by freestanding gilt columns, lower section with half-columns and door framing a reverse-painted tablet with a rural scene, thirty-hour, strap brass movement stamped BM&Co, brassfaced pendulum bob and two iron weights, ht. 26 1/2 in. $500-700

1267 Daniel Pratt Jr. Reverse Ogee Shelf Clock, Reading, Massachusetts, c. 1843, splat-top mahogany case with reverse ogee moldings flanking the door, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, center mounted brass alarm disc, mirrored lower tablet, label inside states in part Extra Clocks, Manufactured and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Daniel Pratt, Jr., Reading, Mass. 1843, wood, thirty-hour, time, strike, and alarm movement, ht. 28 in. $100-150

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1268 Terry & Andrews Mahogany Double Steeple Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1840, with painted zinc Roman numeral dial, stenciled and reversepainted tablets in both doors, printed paper label on backboard stating Made and Sold by Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., brass, lyre-shaped plates, eight-day, time and strike movement stamped by the maker, ht. 25 in. $700-900

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1269 Terry & Andrews Beehive Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1850, rosewood veneered case, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, frosted glass lower tablet, brass, eight-day, time and strike, “lyre” movement with steel springs, and an embossed, brassfaced pendulum bob, ht. 19 in. $250-450 1270 Seven Connecticut Shelf Clocks, various makers, a Jerome & Co. “Rocket” thirty-hour timepiece, two tambour clocks (one with battery movement), three Seth Thomas thirtyhour, time and alarm cottage clocks, and Seth Thomas “Joker Lever” thirtyhour carriage clock, ht. 7 1/2 to 11 in. $300-500 1271 New Haven “Preston” Balloon Clock, New Haven, Connecticut, c. 1920, mahogany case with scroll inlay, 5-in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial marked Made by the New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn. U.S.A., maker’s label on inside of rear door, spring-powered, brass, time and rack strike movement, regulated by a pendulum, ht. 15 in. $300-400 1272 Two Ingraham “Schoolhouse” Drop Octagon Wall Clocks, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1910, one a small rosewood grain-painted case with 7-in. paper on zinc Roman numeral dial, gilt molded trim, maker’s label inside lower door, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, the other an oak case with pressed decoration around dial and lower door, 12-in. paper Roman numeral dial with days of the month on outer edge, lower door glass marked Regulator, paper label on back of case, eight-day, time and simple calendar movement, wooden pendulum rod and a brass-faced bob, ht. 19 to 33 in. $200-300

1273 Three “Schoolhouse” Drop Octagon Wall Clocks, various makers, a Terry Clock Company in a walnut case with 9-in. Roman numeral dial with outer calendar markings, eight-day, timeonly, calendar movement marked Terry Clock Co., Pittsfield, Mass., a walnut case Seth Thomas with an eight-day, time and strike movement, and an Ingraham in a stained hardwood case with an eight-day time-only movement, ht. 23 to 24 in. $300-450

1278 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 1 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1875, cornice top mahogany veneered case, full-length door with round time and calendar openings, both dials printed paper on zinc, the upper time dial marked Fashion, Patented Oct. 11th. 1875., the calendar dial marked with company name, location and patent date, Seth Thomas direction label on inside of front door, all run by a spring-powered, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement, ht. 28 in.

1274 Two Seth Thomas Ball-top “Eclipse” Clocks, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1890, the shelf and wall models, both in walnut with painted zinc dial (repainted), eight-day, spring powered, time, strike and alarm movement, maker’s label, and pendulum marked Eclipse, ht. 24 to 27 in. $400-600

Note: Fashion clocks were manufactured by the New Haven Clock Company for the Southern Calendar Clock Company of St. Louis. $700-900

1275 Reproduction J.C. Brown Acorn Clock, c. 1974, rosewood veneered case with painted zinc dial signed Forestville Manufact. Co., Bristol, CT, USA, green and gold border on upper glass, reverse-painted tablet inscribed Residence of J.C. Brown, Esq., flanking side ornaments and eight-day lyre-shaped movement with detached wooden fusees, and printed paper label stating Eight Day Spring Clocks, Manufactured by J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., ht. 24 in. $600-900 1276 Ithaca No. 7 Shelf Cottage Calendar Clock, Ithaca, New York, c. 1875, walnut case with printed paper time and calendar dials, paper covered rollers for the month and day of the week, eight-day, spring-powered, time and strike movement with alarm mechanism mounted in the base, ht. 22 in. $400-600 1277 National Calendar Clock Co. Shelf Clock, with stained wood case, split columns with metal capitals and bases flank the door, two black-painted metal dials with gold numerals, the upper with Roman numerals the lower with Arabic numerals 1 to 31 for days of the month, both marked around the center Manufactured for National Calendar Clock Co., brass, eight-day, time, strike, and simple calendar movement with the trademark stamp of the New Haven Clock Company, ht. 27 in. $300-500

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1279 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 2 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1880, walnut veneered case with three turned finials, freestanding column on each side, fulllength wooden door with round time and calendar dial openings, painted zinc dials (repainted), eight-day, springpowered, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 31 in. $800-1,200 1280 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 3 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1878, walnut case with three turned finials, freestanding column on each side, both dials painted zinc, the time dial with seconds bit, the calendar dial marked Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo, Patented March 18, 1879., springpowered, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum with a bob of a brass star on a nickel disc, ht. 32 in. $1,000-1,500 1281 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 4T Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1877, walnut case with three turned finials, two full-length side columns, full-length door with Fashion in gold between the dials, painted zinc dials with sunk seconds on the time, calendar with company name and location, brass, eight-day, time and gong strike movement with Fashion stamped into top of front plate, and gold on black directions label pasted to inside, ht. 32 in. $1,000-1,500


1283 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 4 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1877, walnut case with three turned finials, two full-length side columns, full-length door with “Fashion” in gold between the dials, painted zinc dials with sunk seconds on the time, calendar with company name and location, brass, eight-day, time and bell strike movement, and gold on black direction label pasted to inside of backboard, ht. 32 in. $1,000-1,500 1284 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 5 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1885, walnut case with three turned finials, freestanding column on each side, both dials painted zinc, the time dial with seconds bit marked Seth Thomas, calendar dial marked Patented Feb. 15, 1876, gold on black directions label on calendar door and “no oil” label behind the calendar mechanism, eight-day, spring-powered, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum with a wooden rod and a damascened nickel bob, ht. 32 in. $800-1,200 1285 Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No. 9 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1884, walnut case with turned finials and freestanding side columns, glazed door marked Fashion between the upper and lower dials, 7-in. black painted metal dials, brass hands, brass, eight-day, time, strike and simple calendar movement, regulated by a brass-faced pendulum, ht. 32 in. $700-900

1286 National Calendar Clock Company Shelf Clock, both dials gold on black and marked Manufactured for National Calendar Clock Co., case grainpainted rosewood and tortoiseshell, spring-powered, eight-day, time and gong strike movement trips the simple calendar mechanism below, ht. 27 in. $300-500 1287 Charles Holland Reproduction Perpetual Calendar Clock, Fort Smith, Arkansas, c. 1975, walnut case with freestanding turned column on each side, full-length glazed door marked Holland, 5-in. paper Roman numeral dial with days of the week, lower B.B. Lewis-style calendar mechanism with month and day of the month dial, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement, ht. 25 in. $400-600 1288 Seth Thomas Oak No. 2 Wall Regulator, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1890, glazed wooden bezel over the 12-in. painted zinc Roman numeral dial marked Seth Thomas, brass, eight-day, time-only movement with dead-beat escapement and maintaining power, wooden pendulum rod and a brasscased weight, ht. 36 in. $700-900 1289 Seth Thomas Oak No. 2 Regulator, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1890, glazed wooden bezel over the 12-in. painted zinc Arabic numeral dial marked Seth Thomas, brass, keystone plates, eight-day, time-only movement with dead-beat escapement and maintaining power, wooden pendulum rod and a brass-cased weight, ht. 36 in. $700-900 1290 Cincinnati Time Recording Co. Time Clock, Cincinnati, Ohio, with oak case, 8-in. metal dial marked The Cincinnati Time Recorder Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, eight-day, dual-spring, time-only movement, lower time stamp mechanism and connecting linkage, ht. 29 in. $250-450

1291 Waterbury Willard No. 3 “Banjo” Clock, Connecticut, c. 1910, 8-in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial, mahogany case with applied gilt-metal trimmings on the frames enclosing the reverse-paintings on glass, the lower marked Hull, brass, eight-day, timeonly movement powered by a lead weight and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 44 in. $300-500 1292 Seth Thomas Oak No. 2 Regulator, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1890, glazed wooden bezel over the 12-in. painted zinc Arabic numeral dial marked Seth Thomas, brass, keystone plates, eight-day, time-only movement with dead-beat escapement and maintaining power, wooden pendulum rod and a brass-cased weight, ht. 36 in. $700-900 1293 Seth Thomas Oak No. 2 Regulator, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1890, glazed wooden bezel over the 12-in. painted zinc Roman numeral dial marked Seth Thomas, brass, eight-day, time-only movement with dead-beat escapement and maintaining power, wooden pendulum rod and a brasscased weight, ht. 36 in. $700-900 1293A E. Howard & Co. No. 20 Black Marble Gallery Clock, Boston, Massachusetts, the 24-in. dial with raised Roman numerals and minute markings, pierced hands (replacements), faintly marked E. Howard & Co. Boston above the numeral six, converted to electric. $800-1,200 1294 Seth Thomas Mahogany No. 2 Reproduction, with mahogany veneered case, glazed wooden bezel over the painted iron Arabic numeral dial, brass, eight-day, time-only movement powered by a brass-cased weight and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 36 in. $300-500

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1282 Southern Calendar Clock Fashion No. 4 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1880, the walnut case with three urn finials, molded top, freestanding columns flanking the glazed door marked Fashion enclosing two painted zinc dials, the upper with recessed seconds dial marked Patented April 16, 1878, the lower calendar dial marked Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, MO., and patent date, all on a molded base, ht. 33 in. $800-1,200

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1295 Seth Thomas Oak No. 2 Regulator, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1900, glazed wooden bezel over the 12-in. painted zinc Arabic numeral dial marked Seth Thomas, brass, keystone plates, eight-day, time-only movement with dead-beat escapement and maintaining power, wooden pendulum rod and a brass-cased weight, ht. 36 in. $700-900

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1296 Waltham “Tiffany & Co.” Miniature “Banjo” and a Seth Thomas “Lyre” Clock, 20th century, the mahogany case banjo with a 3 1/2-in. Arabic numeral dial reading Waltham Tiffany & Co., reverse-painted tablets depicted George Washington and Mount Vernon, eight-day, 37 size, leverescapement movement with winding crown in lower box; Seth Thomas gilt “Lyre” with a 3-in. silvered dial reading Seth Thomas 4-Jewels, eight-day, time-only movement, ht. 21 to 22 in. $300-500 1297 Three Advertising Clocks, Coca Cola, Ever-Ready Razors, and Opticians, the Coca-Cola a Gilbert store regulator in a red-stained case, paper label on the back, printed paper dial marked Coca Cola, lower door glass marked Drink Coca Cola, with eight-day, spring-powered, time-only movement regulated by a pendulum with wooden rod and brass-faced bob, the other two modern reproductions with eightday, time-only movements, ht. 18 to 34 in. $300-500 1298 Seth Thomas Brass Ship’s Clock, for Roth Brothers, New York, 3 1/4-in. black Arabic numeral dial reading Roth Bros. New York U.S.A, seconds bit, screw bezel, eight-day movement engraved Seth Thomas Thompson CT, with a mahogany shelf bracket. $200-400 1299 Seth Thomas Ship’s Bell Wall Clock, c. 1890, with a 5 3/4-in. Roman numeral silvered dial, hinged bezel above the brass bell, one-day time and ship’s bell strike, lg. 10 1/2 in. $200-250

1300 Chelsea “Marine” Timepiece, Boston, c. 1940, shiny brass case with hinged brass bezel, 5 1/2-in. silvered Arabic numeral dial with subsidiary seconds marked Kelvin & Wilfrid O. White Co., Boston-New York, eightday, time-only, lever-escapement movement, mounted on a square mahogany plaque, wd. 10 in. $400-600 1301 Two Marine Lever Timepieces, both with 5 1/2-in. dials, one a “boiler room” clock with brass case, hinged bezel with beveled glass, enamel Roman numeral dial, eight-day, chain fusee movement (probably English) regulated by a platform escapement, and a Russian submarine clock in a painted metal case with hinged bezel, Arabic numeral dial, sweep center seconds, and an eight-day, springpowered, lever-escapement timepiece movement. $200-400 1302 Waterbury Ship’s Bell Clock and John Bliss & Co. Holosteric Barometer, 20th century, the Waterbury clock with a 4-in. silvered Roman numeral dial marked in part Waterbury Clock Co., hinged brass bezel, mounted to a mahogany case; the 4 1/2-in. barometer dial marked John Bliss & Co New-York with thermometer and barometer readings from 28-31. $200-250 1303 Seth Thomas Ship’s Bell Boat Clock, Thomaston, Connecticut, the 6-in. silvered dial with subsidiary seconds marked Seth Thomas, Made in U.S.A., in a spun brass case, hinged bezel, brass, one-day, time and ship’s bell strike movement, dia. 7 in. $200-250 1304 Seth Thomas “Tear Drop” and “St. Louis” Shelf Clocks, Thomaston, Connecticut, the “Tear Drop” in a Walnut case with turned finial and drop ornaments, paper on brass dial, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement with a copper-tone starburst pendulum, the “St. Louis” in a mahogany case with painted zinc dial marked with the Seth Thomas logo, eight-day, spring-powered, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 15 1/2 to 24 in. $200-400

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1305 Seth Thomas “Atlanta” and “New Orleans” City Clocks, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1880, both in walnut cases, the Atlanta with printed paper Roman numeral dial, embossed nickel bezel, lower part of door glass stenciled with birds, eight-day, spring-powered, time and gong strike movement regulated by a nickel starburst pendulum, the New Orleans with painted zinc dial marked P.R. Smith, Salisbury, eight-day, spring-powered, time and bell strike movement regulated by a pendulum with oval metal rod and a brass-faced bob, ht. 18 to 20 in. $300-500 1306 Seth Thomas “Camden” Shelf Clock, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1886, with walnut case, highly decorated door glass, printed maker’s label in base, 6-in. paper Roman numeral dial (replaced), brass, eight-day, time, strike and alarm movement, regulated by a pendulum with flat brass rod and beveled brass-faced ball, ht. 22 1/2 in. $150-250 1307 Two Seth Thomas “Omaha” Shelf Clocks, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1885, both with painted zinc Roman numeral dials and gallery top, one in an ebonized finish with eight-day, time, strike, and alarm movement and a damascened nickel pendulum bob, the other in walnut with eight-day, time and strike movement and damascened nickel pendulum bob, ht. 19 in. $300-500 1308 Wm. L. Gilbert Walnut “Elberon” Shelf Clock, Winsted, Connecticut, c. 1901, with ropetwist columns flanking the full-length door with McCabe’s Patent calendar mechanism, 8-in. paper on zinc dial, maker’s label with instructions inside, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement, ht. 31 in. $800-1,200 1309 Ansonia “Triumph” Mirror Side Clock, c. 1900, the black walnut case with mirrored sides, bronze decorations and cupids, 6-in. paper Roman numeral dial (stained), brass, spring-powered, eight-day time and cathedral gong strike movement, two jar faux mercury pendulum and beat scale, ht. 24 in. $300-500


1311 Seth Thomas No. 73 Mantel Clock, c. 1935, mahogany dome-top case with reeded quarter columns flanking the Arabic numeral silvered dial with slow/fast and chime/silent subsidiary dials, pierced side sound frets, eightday Westminster chime movement stamped Seth Thomas Thomaston Conn. 113A, ht. 13 3/4 in. $150-250 1312 Seth Thomas No. 71 Mantel Clock, c. 1920, mahogany dome-top case on a stepped molded base, silvered Arabic numeral dial with slow/fast and chime/silent subsidiary dials, eight-day, time, strike, and Westminster chime movement, stamped 113, ht. 13 1/2 in. $100-200 1313 Gilbert Walnut Shelf Clock and Four Other Clocks, various makers and dates, a Gilbert parlor clock with turned ornamentation, printed paper dial, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement; a cast brass front clock with the face of Dewey and marked Dewey Manila, 1898, with leverescapement timepiece movement, a rosewood case shelf clock with split columns flanking the door, brass, eightday, time, strike, and simple calendar movement, and two Dasche flashlight alarm clocks, one with a bank section, ht. 8 to 25 in. $400-600 1314 Ten Various Clock Dials, a silvered brass 6 3/4-in. dial marked C.A. Whelan 1877, an engraved brass bracket clock dial with a 5 1/4in. silvered chapter ring and two subsidiary dials marked K.C. Co. Germany, five painted wooden dials, two square Roman numeral painted zinc dials, and a 7 1/2-in. round zinc dial. $150-250

1315 Two Mahogany Shelf Clocks, Germany and America, a German bracket clock with composite brass dial, fabric-backed pierced brass sound frets, eight-day, quarter-striking movement regulated by a pendulum, and a Seth Thomas Westminster chime tambour clock with matte silvered dial, applied Arabic numerals, and pierced brass hands, eight-day, spring-powered, Westminster chime movement, ht. 9 1/2 to 17 in. $300-500 1316 Approximately Twenty Cast Iron Clock Weights, Connecticut, 19th century, including two pairs of S.B. Terry-type small rectangular weights, five pairs of eight-day triple decker weights, two pairs of ogee, and two cylindrical alarm weights. $150-250 1317 French Carriage Clock, Duverdrey & Bloquel, c. 1900, brass and beveled glass case, porcelain Arabic numeral dial, eight-day, time and strike movement marked with maker’s name and location and 11 Eleven Jewels, regulated by a silvered platform escapement, in a leather carrying case, ht. with handle extended 6 1/2 in. $200-400 1318 Boston Clock Co. “Queen Anne” Carriage Timepiece, c. 1890, gallerytopped brass and beveled glass case, 1 3/4-in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial in a matte gold dial surround, brass, eight-day, timepiece movement with lever escapement, ht. with handle extended 6 1/2 in. $150-250 1319 Swiss Eight-day Paperweight Clock, with 2 1/2-in. glass ball, Roman numeral dial with visible balance wheel marked Hebdomas patent, 8 Days, Swiss Made, eight-jewel, eightday, stem-wind, pin-set, time-only movement. $200-400

1320 Enameled Swiss Ball Watch and Six Others, Switzerland and America, damascened and green enameled sphere with 1/2-in. silvered Arabic numeral dial, blue “jewel” in crown, and a hanging loop opposite the dial, and a lady’s Elgin wristwatch in a base metal case, two open face Swiss pocket watches with decorated enamel dials, one in a base metal case and one in a Continental silver case, and three lady’s Swiss wristwatches, one in a sterling case, and two white gold cases, one 14kt (retailed by Bigelow & Kennard), the other 18kt. $300-500 1321 Imhof Gilt-brass Desk Clock, Switzerland, c. 1960, retailed by Saks Fifth Avenue, gilt-brass case with pierced foliate decorated doors over the matte silver dial with applied Arabic numerals, with bun feet on a flat stepped base, eight-day, 15-jewel, time-only movement with a lever escapement, ht. 8 1/2 in. $200-400 1322 Traveling Gilt-brass Desk Clock, by Angelus, Switzerland, with a pierced floral decorated dome over the rotating cube and four rope-turned columns, 1 1/2-in. eight-day clock, barometer, thermometer, and hygrometer dials, ht. 5 1/2 in. $200-400 1323 German Table Clock, southern Germany, c. 1800, stained softwood case with molded top, pressed brass dial with false pendulum aperture and applied copper Roman numeral chapter ring, brass, spring-powered, thirty-hour, time and strike movement with verge escapement, regulated by a short pendulum, ht. 13 3/4 in. $400-600

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1310 Three Pressed Oak Connecticut Clocks, two eight-day, time and strike kitchen clocks, a Waterbury and a Sessions, and a Sessions shop regulator with lower glass marked Regulator, with an eight-day, timeonly, calendar movement regulated by a pendulum with wooden rod and embossed brass bob, ht. 22 to 36 in. $250-450

1324 French Gilt Bronze Figural Clock Depicting Denis Papin, Paris, the figure seated adjacent to the 3-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial, Breguet style hands, brass, eight-day, time and count wheel strike movement marked Etablissement H. Molle, Paris, on raised open base, ht. 11 1/2 in. Note: Denis Papin was a French-born physicist who invented the pressure cooker and a forerunner of the steam engine. $200-250

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1325 French China Case Shelf Clock, Paris, c. 1900, with 3 1/2-in. porcelain dial with blue Roman numerals, pierced brass hands, ivory china case with blue decoration marked France, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 12 in. $200-250

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1326 French Gilt-brass and Porcelain Shelf Clock, c. 1890, the case with floral cornucopias and swags, porcelain urn finial and inset panel below the dial with a couple seated in a garden, 3-in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 14 in. $400-600 1327 French Renaissance Revival Brass Clock and Garniture Set, late 19th century, the flame and mythological finial above the elaborate pierced brass case with foliate and swag decoration throughout, oval porcelain Roman numeral lozenges with a coat of arms in center, all resting on four stepped molded and two paw feet, brass, eight-day, time and countwheel strike mechanism, together with two fourlight candelabras with matching clock case decoration, ht. 24 in. $1,000-1,500 1328 French Renaissance Revival Brass Clock and Garniture Set, late 19th century, the quatrefoil finial atop the pierced dome top with flying buttresses and a coat of arms above the porcelain Roman numeral shield dial flanked by freestanding columns, stepped molded pierced base with shield reading 1558, eight-day, time and strike mechanism with platform escapement, together with two urn-shaped pierced convertible candlestick/finial garnitures, clock ht. 15 in. $700-900 1329 Brass and Mahogany Lantern-style Clock, late 19th century, with a rooster finial above two faux ringing bells, brass front plate with fowl and floral decoration throughout, Roman numeral porcelain shield-form dial and Arabic numeral five minute markings, lower plaque with 1756 date, pierced brass fabric-backed side frets, brass, eightday, time and gong strike mechanism, ht. 19 1/2 in. $500-700

1330 French Gilt and Blue-decorated Porcelain Mantel Clock, early 20th century, the shell- and floral-form case with a depiction of instruments below the 3 3/4-in. dial with blue Arabic numerals, ht. 14 1/2 in. $250-350 1331 French Renaissance Revival Brass Mantel Clock, late 19th century, the rose-decorated urn-top case with pierced swag and foliate decoration throughout, 3 3/4-in. blue Roman numeral enameled dial, pierced gilt hands behind the convex glass hinged door, brass, eight-day, time and countwheel strike mechanism, ht. 17 1/4 in. $400-600 1332 French Renaissance Revival Brass Shelf Clock, late 19th century, the urn-top case with pierced swag and foliate decoration throughout, 3 1/4-in. Roman numeral enameled dial behind the beveled glass hinged door, brass, eight-day, time and countwheel strike mechanism, ht. 18 in. $400-600 1333 French Gilt-brass Mounted Boullestyle Mantel Clock, late 19th century, the four-finial dome-top case with acanthus leaf corners above the arched glazed dial door, cobalt blue Roman numeral porcelain shield dial with Arabic numeral minute markings on outer edge of chapter ring, applied plaque depicting two cherubs with a rooster and owl, porcelain cartouche reading Gaudron Paris, eight-day, brass, time and strike mechanism, ht. 21 in. $1,200-1,800 1334 French Renaissance Revival Brass Mantel Clock, late 19th century, the swag and foliate decorated case with freestanding columns flanking the 3 1/2-in. Roman numeral porcelain dial with bronze decorated center, brass, eight-day, time and gong strike mechanism, ht. 15 1/2 in. $400-600

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1335 French Brass and Champlevé Mantel Clock, late 19th century, pineapple finial atop the dome-top case, Corinthian and champlevé decorated columns flanking the 3 1/2-in. Arabic numeral floral swag decorated dial, stepped molded base resting on four bun feet, brass, eightday, time and gong strike mechanism, ht. 12 1/2 in. $400-600 1336 French Renaissance Revival Shelf Clock, c. 1890, the cast brass clock with urn finial, swag and acanthus leaf decorations, applied silvered Arabic numerals on the embossed dial, eightday, time and strike, spring-powered mechanism, ht. 16 in. $200-300 1337 French Renaissance Revival Giltbrass Mantel Clock, late 19th century, urn finial above the repoussé case with applied foliate decoration, hinged beveled glass door surrounding the 3 3/4-in. Roman numeral porcelain dial, case terminating in acanthus leaf decorated feet, eight-day, time and countwheel strike mechanism stamped Rolser Paris, ht. 18 in. $200-300 1338 French Black Slate and Gilt Mantel Clock, mid to late 19th century, the bronze classical male figure with a book reading “L’art D’aimer” or “loving art” in his left hand, sitting atop a rock formation, Roman numeral 3-in. porcelain dial, with pierced gilt hands, black slate midsection with acanthus leaf gilt decorated corners, resting on foliate decorated gilt base with volute formed feet, eight-day, time and countwheel strike mechanism, with silk thread suspension, ht. 18 in. $200-300 1339 Two French Figural Clock Cases, late 19th century, a green marble base with timepiece movement with spelter female statue with urn garniture (missing candelabras), the other a bronze and white marble case with a statue of a woman leaning on a small pipe organ. $200-300


1341 French China Case Shelf Clock, c. 1910, Boston label on bottom marked in part William Bond & Son, Jewelers, 9 Park Street, Boston, floral decorated case with gold accents marked France, 3 1/2-in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial, pierced brass hands, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement, regulated by a pendulum, ht. 12 1/2 in. $200-250 1342 French Cartel Wall Clock, c. 1890, retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low Co., with 3 1/2-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial marked Shreve, Crump & Low Co., Boston, pierced brass hands, cast brass basket-form case with porcelain flowers on the intertwined vines, eightday, time and strike movement marked E Courtin, France, 13 Thirteen Jewels, regulated by a platform escapement, ht. 20 in. $600-800 1343 French Cast Brass Shelf Clock, S. Marti, c. 1890, pineapple-topped urn and floral swags above the 3 1/2-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial with cast brass center, acanthus leaves on each side, foliate trimmed base, eight-day, time and countwheel strike movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 19 in. $200-300 1344 French Morbier Clock, 9-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial marked Caillat, a Moulins, with pressed brass dial surround, brass and steel, eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a foldable pendulum, ht. of movement 17 in. $300-500

1345 Eight-air Three-bell Cylinder Musical Box, Switzerland, c. 1890, with a 6-in. cylinder, single comb, tune indicator, play/stop, and change/repeat levers, all housed in a grain-painted and rosewood veneer-inlaid case, lg. 16 3/4 in. $400-600 1346 Eight-air Cylinder Musical Box, Switzerland, no. 8584, with 6-in. cylinder, single comb, lever-wind, stop/ play, change/repeat levers, tune sheet attached to underside of lid, all housed in a grain-painted wood case, case lg. 16 in. $300-500 1347 Caved Walnut Regina 15 1/2-inch Disc Musical Box, no. 22251, the gothic carved case with rosettes, arches, goddesses, and putti, the disassembled mechanism includes a brass bed plate, dual combs, pressure bar, mechanical gear housing, approximately twenty-five discs, wd. 21 x dp. 18 x ht. 11 1/2 in. $300-500 1348 Eight-air Cylinder Musical Box, Switzerland, no. 26796, with an 8-in. nickel-plated cylinder, lyre-form tune indicator, single comb, and tune sheet attached to underside of lid, all housed in a rosewood-veneered, grain-painted case, box lg. 17 1/2 in. $500-700 1349 Eight-air Cylinder Musical Box, Switzerland, no. 70, with an 8-in. brass cylinder, zither attachment, tune sheet, lyre-form tune indicator, and start/stop, change/repeat switches, all housed in a rosewood-veneered, grain-painted box, box lg. 17 in. $300-500 1350 Three Rosewood Veneered Cylinder Musical Boxes, Switzerland, 5- and 6-in. brass cylinder boxes playing six airs, and an 8-in. brass cylinder box playing eight airs, all with tune sheets attached to underside of lid, start/stop, change/repeat switches, and single combs, box lg. 13 1/4 to 16 in. $600-900

1351 Ideal Piccolo Interchangeable Six-air Carved Musical Box, Switzerland, 1890, with single comb, zither attachment, engraved change/repeat shield, Jacot’s Safety Check, 12-in. cylinder, all resting on a brass bed plate, celluloid retailer tag of Hermann H. Ockel Providence R.I. tacked to case above cylinder, case lg. 28 in. $600-800 1352 6-inch Cylinder Musical Box, no. 75, the 6-in. brass cylinder, start/stop and change/repeat switches, all housed in a grain-painted rosewood case, lg. 11 3/4 in. $200-300 1353 Five 11-inch Interchangeable Musical Box Cylinders, each marked with a different number system, P 654, P 661, P 671, P 673, and a P 675. $150-250 1354 Eight-air Orchestral Cylinder Musical Box, Switzerland, with a 6-in. cylinder, three bells, drum, single comb, and tune sheet attached to underside of lid, all housed in a rosewood veneered and grain-painted case, and six additional Piccolo tune sheets, box lg. 17 in. $400-600 1355 Leica R4 with Elmarit-R Lens and Accessories, the black body no. 1581169 marked Made by Leitz Portugal, with Elmarit-R 135mm f.2.8 lens no. 3025008 made in Canada, with Leitz 340 SCA flash and camera strap, lg. of body only 5 1/2 in. $200-300 1356 Three Leica Cameras, various ages, a Leica III body no. 226303, an M2 with a 35mm f/2.8 Summaron lens, a AFC1 Leica point and shoot, sold with a Leitz Hektor 13.5cm f4.5 lens in Leica screw mount, two Leitz adjustable viewfinders, a Weston Master II meter, an Argus camera, cable releases, and various Leica manuals and books. $300-500

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1340 German Oak Quarter-chiming Shelf Clock, c. 1900, Arts & Crafts-style case, the door with curved, beveled, and convex glass panels, 7-in. metal Arabic numeral dial, pierced brass hands, spring-powered, brass, time, strike, and chime on the quarter-hour movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 18 1/2 in. $250-450

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1357 Leica IIIC and Three Lenses, Germany, chrome body no. 462136 with screw lens mount and selftimer, a Summicron 5cm f/2 lens no. 1479191, and a Telyt 20cm f/4.5 lens and viewfinder with filters in a leather carrying case, and a Leica mount Schacht Travegon 35mm f/3.5 lens. $400-600

1362 Voigtlander Bergheil, Zeiss Ikon Nixe and Three Other Cameras, Bergheil 10 x 15-cm camera with Heliar, 18cm f/4.5 lens, Nixe with Tessar 15cm f/4.5, a Seneca Pocket No. 29, an unsigned 4 x 5-in. plate camera with three holders in a carrying case, and a Ray C 4 x 5-in. plate camera with holders. $400-600

1357A Leicaflex SL2 Body and a Kilfitt Lens, Germany, black body no. 1392004, a Tele-Kilar 300mm f/5.6 lens with Leitz adapter and shoulder brace, and a Leitz 2x extender for Leicaflex. $300-500

1363 Three Pre-War Automotive Steering Wheels, a Packard, Cadillac, and Hupmobile, (wear), approx. dia. 17 1/2, 18, 17 1/4 in. $300-500

1358 Rolleiflex Camera and Collection of Leica and Rolleiflex Accessories, Germany, a Rolleiflex with Tessar 75mm f/3.5 lenses, Rolleiflex panorama plate, and a Rolleiflex plate adapter kit, along with various Leica accessories including Leica Summitar 5cm f/2 lens, lens hoods, tripod head, viewfinder, and other items. $400-600 1359 Large German Specialty Lens, marked Lens made in Germany, serial no. 12 663 975, all-black lens, f/5.6 to f/11 with adjustable stop limits, adjustable ring marked 1:1, front element dia. 96, rear element 78, rear mounting threads 90 mm, in a foam box.

1364 Nineteen Packard Motor Car Hubcaps, Detroit, 1930s, including four marked Packard Eight, dia. 7 3/4; four marked Packard Motor Car Co., with red hexagonal insert, dia. 9; two marked Packard Super Eight, with red hexagonal insert, dia. 10; four marked Packard Motor Car Co. Detroit Mich. U.S.A., no paint or enamel in hexagonal insert, dia. 8 1/8; four marked Packard Motor Car Co. Detroit Mich. U.S.A., some with red enamel and black paint, (some corrosion), dia. 8 1/8; and a single marked Packard Motor Car Co. Detroit Mich. U.S.A., with red hexagonal and red circular trim paint, dia. 8 3/4 in., (overall use, dents, and paint loss). $400-600

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Provenance: From the collection of Don Yeier. $400-600 1360 Zeiss Ikon, Mamiya, National Graflex and Three Other Cameras, various makers and types, including a Zeiss Ikonta 520/2, a Mamiya C3 twin lens reflex with an 80mm lens, a National Graflex Series II in a leather case, a New-Vue model VC2 4 x 5 with a Ilex Paragon lens in a No. 3 Acme shutter, a Polaroid Electric Eye 900 and a 35mm camera, sold with a wooden tripod and various accessories. $300-500 1361 Three Large Format Lenses, a Schneider 13.5cm f/3.5 Xenar No. 1815512, a Zeiss 30cm f/9 Apo-Tessar No. 1699329, and a Kodak 7 1/2-in. f/4.5 Anastigmat. $200-300

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