Historic Arms & Militaria | Skinner Auction 3097M

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Historic Arms & Militaria Lot Listing Sale 3097M | April 27, 2018 | Marlborough



Specialists

Joel Bohy

Christopher Fox

Department Director 508.970.3125

508.970.3137

Auction Information Auction 3097M

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Friday, April 27 10AM

Wednesday, April 25 12 to 5PM

T: 508.970.3208 F: 508.970.3100

274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA

Thursday, April 26 12 to 7PM

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1 Identified Wallet/Pocketbook Purchased in Boston the Day after the British Evacuated the City, c. 1776, leather and pasteboard wallet with a brass clasp and incised leather lines, inside the wallet is a late 19th century label marked “Pocket-Book/Bought in Boston the day after/the evacuation of the British forces/by Benj. Darling/a soldier of the Revolution,” on the bottom interior is an early 19th century label marked “Bought in Boston the/day after the Evacuation/of the British forces by Benj/Darling as soldier of the Revolution,” ht. 4 1/4, lg. 6 in. Provenance: By family descent to the consignor. Note: Benjamin Darling, from Pembroke, Massachusetts, enlisted in the militia in 1776. He later served in the Artificers and the 4th Massachusetts Regiment, and was discharged in 1780. $300-500 2 Two Tobacco Boxes, c. 1770s, a pewter box identified to Joseph Fox, engraved “J Fox” on the top face, marked “JF” on the lid with other engraved designs; the reverse with a duck scratched into the pewter; and a tin box with a spring latch, with a note that states “Samuel Lovejoys of Milford NH/Tobaco box carried through the war/of our independence given to/G.W. Sanderson by his own hand I now/ give it to G.F. Sanderson of Worcester Mass/ Shirley Jan 29/45 G.W. Sanderson.” Note: Joseph Fox was a delegate to the Provincial Congress from Fitchburg, Massachusetts, and a Lieutenant in Captain Ebenezer Bridge’s company, Colonel John Whetcomb’s Regiment of minutemen, who marched on the alarm of the Concord Expedition on April 19th, 1775. $100-150 3 Bronze British Victories of 1759 Medal and a Bronze British Victories of 1758/1759 Medal Mule, Betts-418, dia. 43.3 mm, (holed), and Betts-419, dia. 43.3 mm.

4 Two 18th Century Silver Medals, a Betts-169 1736 Jernegan Cistern medal, dia. 38.5 mm, and a Betts-572 1780 Treaty of Armed Neutrality medal, dia. 31.6 mm. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250 5 German Flintlock Wall Gun, c. mid to late 18th century, .77 caliber, walnut stock with a “10” stamped below the side plate, no butt plate, iron side plate, trigger guard, and ramrod pipes, octagonal iron barrel with deeply struck illegible mark on the left flat, wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 43, overall lg. 58 in. $2,000-3,000

Provenance: The Estate of Susan J. Lyman.

6 French Model 1763 Conversion Pistol, c. early 19th century, walnut stock, brass fittings, lock converted to percussion, rack numbers on the top of the barrel, barrel lg. 8 1/2, overall lg. 15 in. $300-500

Note: This “line, or order of battle” was probably drawn after Major General Benedict Arnold defected to the British in the summer of 1780. His plan was to surrender West Point to the British, sectioning off eastern New York and the other eastern colonies. After Arnold’s escape, George Washington moved troops from New Jersey to this area to protect that vital area of the Hudson River. $15,000-25,000

7 New England Fowler and Saber, c. late 18th century, cherry stock with engraved brass trigger guard (damage) and butt plate, brass ramrod pipes, Thomas Ketland lock converted to percussion, and an octagonal to round steel barrel; a saber with brass hilt (damage) cherry grip, and a steel blade with three fullers.

10 Revolutionary War Major General Jedediah Huntington’s Shoulder Straps, c. 1783, gold metallic tape with two embroidered stars on each epaulet, gold bullion braid, reverse is backed with buff broadcloth, blue broadcloth attachment strap, and yellow silk pillows under the braid, overall lg. 8 3/4 in.

Provenance: According to the consignor, this fowler and saber were passed down through the Harrington family, originally from Lexington, Massachusetts. $700-900

Provenance: By family descent to the consignor.

8 American Dog/Lion Head Saber, c. 176080, brass hilt with brass branches, a crude brass dog’s head pommel, oak grip with brass ferrule, iron blade with a single fuller, blade lg. 26 1/4, overall lg. 32 in. $2,000-4,000

Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250

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9 Continental Army Line of Battle for West Point, New York, Owned by Major Moses Ashley, 2nd Massachusetts Battalion, c. 1780, laid paper map with layout of the army, showing all of the infantry regiments, dragoons, artillery, and light infantry, with small painted figures of dragoons on each upper side, marked on the top “The Line, or order of Battle of the United States (piece missing) Campaign 1780 Commanded by/ His Excellency George (missing),” marked on the opposite side “Moses Ashley Esq./Major Brigade to the 2d/Massachusetts Brigade/in Service United States of/America,” lg. 26, ht. 16 1/2 in.

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Note: Jedediah Huntington was born on August 4th, 1743, in Norwich, Connecticut. He graduated from Harvard College in 1763 and received his master’s degree in 1770 from Yale University. He served as an officer in the militia in the early 1770s prior to the outbreak of the American Revolution. After receiving word of the British expedition to Concord, Massachusetts, on April 19th, 1775, Huntington and his Connecticut militia marched to Roxbury and took part in the Siege of Boston. He quickly rose through the ranks and commanded a brigade of Connecticut troops. On June 24, 1783, he was promoted to Brevet Major General by George Washington. Huntington died on September 25, 1818. $4,000-6,000


11 Early 18th Century Cannon Found in Boston Harbor, cast iron cannon tube, probably a four-pound gun, overall lg. 68 in. Note: According to information accompanying the cannon, it was raised by a dredger in front of the Charlestown Navy Yard and deposited at the Charles River Dam in the early 20th century. $800-1,200 12 Carved Powder Horn Identified to Conrad Frederick Keck, c. 1781, ornate powder horn carved with a panoply of arms and cannons over “PHILADELPHIA” with the city carved below, a heart with “CONRADT/ KEICHE/1781” in the center, and foliate designs, lg. 7 1/2 in. Note: Keck is listed as serving in the Northampton County Pennsylvania militia during the American Revolution. $700-900 13 Collection of Revolutionary War Buckles, Padlocks, Buttons, and Knives, eleven shoe buckles, two square iron buckles, seven plain buttons, a padlock, a chest lock, and nine folding knives, one shoe buckle labeled “found in excavation Locust Street, between 4th and 5th Streets, Philadelphia 1960.,” all mounted in a custom oak display cabinet, ht. 40, wd. 34 in. $600-800 14 Nine Pairs of Mourning Shoe Buckles, late 18th century, japanned frames decorated in a variety of floral and pierced patterns. $100-200 15 15th Regiment of Foot Cartridge Pouch Plate, c. 1790s, brass plate with a crown over a circular banner marked “LAST RIDING/ YORKSHIRE REGIMENT,” with remnants of “GR” in the center of the circle, reverse with three attachment tabs, ht. 4, wd. 2 5/8 in. $200-400 16 British Cartridge Pouch Plate, c. early 19th century, round banner marked “HONI . SOIT . QUI . MAL . Y . PENSE,” two central “GR” markings, with a crown, back has three attachment tabs, overall ht. 4 3/8 in. $100-200

17 Schively Bowie Knife with Statesman Henry Clay and Davy Crockett Provenance, c. 1830, silver pommel, grip pins and washers, and guard, checkered horn grip, unmarked steel blade, scabbard with silver fittings, engraved on the obverse of the throat “T.B. Watkins/1858” and on the reverse “D. Crocket 1830” with foliate designs scratched in, blade lg. 10 1/2, overall lg. 15 1/2 in. Provenance: Given to Henry Clay by Davy Crockett, from Clay to his half brother and through his line until donation to the Bedford Free Public Library, Bedford, Massachusetts, in 1972; deaccessioned in 2017. Note: This knife has been the subject of articles in Blade Magazine, August 1988 and December 1990, and was displayed in the 2013-14 exhibition A Sure Defense: The Bowie Knife in America, at the Historic Arkansas Museum. $20,000-40,000 18 Brattleboro Light Infantry Knapsack, c. early 19th century, Spanish brown-painted linen bag, the obverse painted with a gold sunburst and “BLI,” flap is secured on the inside by two thin leather straps and tinned-iron buckles, wide linen upholstery tape for shoulder straps and thin leather cross strap with tinned-iron buckle, ht. 13 3/4, wd. 16 1/4 in. Provenance: Formerly in the collection of the Bushnell Museum, Vernon, Vermont. $400-600 19 Engraved Artillery Belt Plate, c. 1820, brass cross belt plate with an eagle on top of a cannon and a stack of cannon ball, with four brass attachment tabs on the back, ht. 3 1/4, wd. 2 1/4 in. $800-1,200 20 Militia Shako and Accessories, c. 1840s, a black-japanned militia shako with silverplated fittings, paper label inside the crown marked “JOSEPH. T. BELL/NEW YORK,” with a pasteboard wallpaper-covered box marked “JOSEPH. T. BELL/MANUFACTURER/186 FULTON STREET N.Y.,” two silver-plated plume flutes with eagles and stars, a white cotton belt with a silver-plated buckle with an eagle, a pair of blue broadcloth epaulets with gold fringe and a silver eagle on one, and a black-japanned cartridge box. $800-1,200

21 Pair of Miniature Bronze Signal Guns, probably Spain or Portugal, early 18th century, the barrels with dolphins and floral decoration at reinforce rings, mounted on long trail field carriages, (some losses to carriages), approx. .80 caliber, barrel lg. 20, overall lg. 36 in. $800-1,200 22 Six Small Asian Artillery Pieces, a long cannon, three fireworks mortars, and two nine-barreled pole guns, lg. to 30 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 23 O. Churchill-made Albany Kentucky-style Rifle, c. mid-19th century, figured maple stock with a checkered wrist, a cheek piece, a silver inlaid eagle, and silver, brass, and iron fittings, lock marked “STEELE &/WARREN/ALBANY,” barrel marked “O. CHURCHILL/ALBANY.,” barrel lg. 38, overall lg. 54 1/2 in. $400-600 24 Full Stock Kentucky-style Conversion Rifle, c. early 19th century, figured walnut stock with raised cheek piece, engraved brass side plate and brass fittings, lock plate engraved with foliate designs, and an octagonal barrel, barrel lg. 41 1/4, overall lg. 57 in. $300-500 25 L.E. Williams Custom-built Flintlock Rifle and Ball Mold, late 20th century, .80 caliber, brown-stained figured maple stock with sliding lid patch box, iron furniture, aged octagonal barrel signed on top flat “L.E. Williams 104,” barrel lg. 42 1/8, overall lg. 57 3/4 in. $700-900 26 Framed Original Don Troiani Pen and Ink Figure Study of a Pennsylvania Militiaman, c. 1990s, depicted as he would have appeared in 1777, matted and framed with conservation glass, ht. 21, wd. 17 3/8 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $700-900

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27 Two Benson J. Lossing Works and L’Album de la Guerre, Benson J. Lossing Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution, two volumes (Harper Brothers: NY, 1859); Benson J. Lossing Our Country. A Household History of the United States, three volumes (Johnson & Bailey: NY, 1895); and L’Album de la Guerre, two volumes, Paris, 1924. $150-250

33 Prussian Model 1809 Musket and Bayonet, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with a steel butt plate and brass fittings, lock marked “Neifse,” steel barrel with proof marks on the left side of the breech, front brass barrel band stamped “84,” and a bayonet with a “24” stamped on the socket, barrel lg. 41 1/4, overall lg. 56 3/4 in. $400-600

38 French Model 1842 Rifle-Musket and Bayonet, c. mid-19th century, walnut stock with a cartouche on the right side of the butt, steel fittings, lock marked with a crown over “CD,” steel barrel with a Liege proof mark on the left side, and a graduated sight on the top of the barrel, and a bayonet, barrel lg. 40 1/2, overall lg. 56 1/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $400-600

28 Framed Original Don Troiani Pen and Ink Study of a Continental Artilleryman, c. 1990s, depicted as he would have appeared in 1780, matted and framed with conservation glass, ht. 21, wd. 15 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $600-800 29 Framed Original Don Troiani Watercolor Figure Study of an African American, 3rd Connecticut Regiment, c. 2000, the soldier depicted as he would have appeared in 1778, matted and framed with conservation glass, ht. 24 1/2, wd. 16 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $800-1,000 30 Framed Original Don Troiani Watercolor Figure Study of a Spanish Soldier from the Louisiana Regiment, c. 2006, depicted as he would have appeared from 1778-82, matted and framed with conservation glass, ht. 28 3/4, wd. 22 5/8 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $800-1,000 31 French School, 19th Century Bust-length Portrait of a Military Officer Signed “Martin/fecit” l.l. Pastel on paper/board, sight size 22 1/4 x 16 1/2 in. (57.2 x 43.2 cm), framed. Condition: Not examined out of frame. $200-400

34 Model 1816 U.S. Contract Flintlock Musket, c. 1829, walnut stock with a light cartouche mark on the left side, lock marked on the tail “1829/US” and in front of the hammer “L. POMEROY,” marked on the barrel tang “1829” and “US/JM/P/CONN” on the left side of the breech, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $400-600 35 Asa Waters Model 1816 U.S. Flintlock Contract Musket, c. 1836, walnut stock with iron fittings, lock marked on the tail “MILLBURY/1836,” and “US/A. WATERS” in front of the hammer, barrel dated “1836” and marked “NEW HAMPSHIRE” next to the proof mark, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 3/4 in. $400-600 36 U.S. Model 1842 Springfield Musket and Bayonet, c. 1851, walnut stock with a light cartouche on the left side, lock marked “SPRING/FIELD/1851” with an eagle over “US,” steel barrel dated “1851” on the tang with proof marks on the left side of the breech, with a bayonet marked “US,” barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 55 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $700-900 37 Austrian Model 1842 Musket and Bayonet, c. mid-19th century, white wood stock with stamps on the butt and left side near the side plate, raised cheek piece on the butt, steel fittings, lock marked faintly, and a steel bayonet, overall lg. 42 1/2, overall lg. 58 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $500-700

32 Flintlock Militia Musket, c. early 19th century, walnut stock, brass fittings, lock marked “D. DANA/CANTON,” iron ramrod, and a sheet brass nose cap, barrel lg. 38 1/2, overall lg. 54 in. $800-1,200

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39 Fowler and Musket, c. 19th century, a back lock fowler with walnut stock, steel butt plate and trigger guard, German silver inlays, and an octagonal to round barrel; and a cut down 1861 contract musket with Miller conversion. $150-250 40 U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol, c. 1842, walnut stock with two crisp cartouche marks on the left side, steel fittings, lock marked “U.S./R. JOHNSON/MIDDN CONN/1842,” barrel breech marked “U.S./JH/P,” barrel lg. 8 1/2, overall lg. 14 in. $700-900 41 Belgian Double-barrel Percussion Pistol, c. 1850, walnut stock with a checkered butt, iron fittings, lock plates engraved with foliate designs, silver escutcheon on the wrist marked “CS,” top of the barrel “FNTP FCTS MARQUIS BOULEVART DES ITALIENS 4 PARIS,” barrel lg. 7 3/8, overall lg. 13 1/2 in. $800-1,200 42 Colt Paterson Revolver Powder Flask, c. 1830s-40s, brass flask, bottom unscrews for filling, top also unscrews, with spring loaded charger, ht. 3 5/8, dia. 1 1/8 in. $1,000-1,500 43 Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver and Small Flask, c. 1862, serial number 209383, walnut grips, brass back strap and trigger guard, steel frame, cylinder and barrel, barrel lg. 5, overall lg. 10 in. $200-400


44 Five Civil War Images and a Small Album, c. 1861-65, a wooden case with pearl inlays, marked on a rectangle on the front “Co H/22nd Regt./M.V.I.” and on the back “James Cole,” an image in a patriotic case of a soldier with cap, cartridge box, and musket, an image of a drummer, an image in a thermoplastic patriotic case of a soldier in the militia with a black trimmed gray uniform, a tintype of an officer with a flag and camp in the background (damage), and a small carte-de-visite album with civilian and military images including a drummer, fifer, and a soldier with a Starr revolver. $300-500 45 Civil War Carte-de-visite Album with Identified Officers of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry, c. 1863, some back marked Philadelphia and other from Louisville, Kentucky, while on campaign, including Major Frank B. Ward, mortally wounded at Murfreesboro, Major Adolph G. Rosengarten, killed at Murfreesboro, Lieutenant William Spencer, Adjutant James Blackstone, Captain James A. Lashell, and other unidentified officers, non-commissioned officers, and enlisted men. $300-500 46 Civil War Albumen of Church Services at the Headquarters of the 69th New York State Militia, c. 1861, image of Father Thomas Mooney conducting mass for the 69th New York, standing near Colonel Michael Corcoran surrounded by soldiers and ladies, marked on the mat “Chaplain Mooney Col. M. Corcoran/Services at Headquarters 69th N.Y.S.M./Virginia, 1861,” ht. 13, lg. 16 1/4 in. $2,000-3,000 47 John Bachelder Map of the Evergreen, National Cemetery, Cemetery Hill, and Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c. 1860s-70s, attributed to John Bachelder, with elevations, artillery positions, fence lines, roads, buildings, and Evergreen and National Cemeteries, ht. 22, wd. 17 1/2 in. Provenance: Drawn for Lieutenant Edward N. Whittier, to the collection of Don Troiani. Note: Lieutenant Edward Newton Whittier was a member of the 5th Maine Light Artillery and fought at McKnight’s Knoll and Cemetery Hill during the Battle of Gettysburg. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_N._ Whittier http://gettysburg.stonesentinels.com/unionmonuments/maine/5th-maine-battery/ http://www.historynet.com/war-words-feltsharp-sting.htm $150-250

48 1st DC Cavalry Henry Rifle Captured by Confederate General Wade Hampton During the Beefsteak Raid and Given to His Adjutant, Major Henry B. McClellan, a Lee Letter, and an Image of McClellan, c. 1864, serial number 3628, walnut butt stock with a light cartouche on the right side, brass frame with “CC” on the upper right side, “W Hampton” scratched on the top of the frame, right side of the barrel marked “C.G.C./C,” top of the barrel marked “HENRY’S PATENT, OCT. 16. 1860/MANUFACT’D BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CT.,” a letter to Major McClellan from Robert E. Lee talking about his service as adjutant to General J.E.B. Stuart, Lee, and Wade Hampton, and an image of him as a Lieutenant/adjutant of the 3rd Virginia Cavalry, barrel lg. 24, overall lg. 43 3/4 in.

50 Confederate-used Vulcanized Rain Hat, c. 1862, black vulcanized rubber cap with extended cape, stamped on the inside of the cape “UNION INDIA RUBBER COMPANY/ NEW YORK EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURING/ GOODYEAR PATTON/DECEMBER 25, 1844, EXTENDED 1858,” with a tag that states “a cap belonging to a lieutenant/ in the Confederate army in the/Civil War. It was found at/Corinth, Mississippi by a/Union soldier after the/Confederates had evacuated/ their camp.” Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. Note: Purchased at an estate auction in Liberty, Indiana in February 1991. With the auction listing and an article written after the sale. $4,000-5,000

Provenance: By direct descent in the McClellan family. Note: Henry Brainard McClellan was a Philadelphian who moved to Cumberland County, Virginia prior to the outbreak of the Civil War. He enlisted in the Confederate 3rd Virginia Cavalry as a private but was soon promoted to Lieutenant and Adjutant. In 1863 he was promoted to Major and offered the position of Adjutant by Major General J.E.B. Stuart, a position he held until the death of Stuart after the Battle of Yellow Tavern. McClellan then became Adjutant to General Robert E. Lee for three months as Lee decided how to organize the cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia. On August 11, 1864, General Wade Hampton was given command of the Corps of Cavalry and Major McClellan became his adjutant, a position he held until the end of the war. After the war, McClellan moved to Lexington, Kentucky, and became a professor at the Sayre Female Institute. During the years after the war, his former commander, J.E.B. Stuart, had come under some fire from other officers and McClellan felt he should defend him by writing a book to tell his stories. In 1885, he published The Campaigns of Stuart’s Cavalry. He was also the first cousin of Federal General George B. McClellan. $75,000-100,000 49 Confederate Kerr Revolver, c. 1861-65, checkered walnut grips with “JS” over an anchor, marked on the lock plate “LONDON ARMOURY,” and “KERR’S PATENT 3861” on the frame, no visible serial number remains on the cylinder, barrel lg. 5 5/8, overall lg. 11 1/4 in. $3,000-5,000

51 Pair of Confederate Wooden-soled Shoes, c. 1861-65, leather uppers with stitching and reinforcing rivets, uppers nailed to wooden soles with iron heel plates (one missing) and iron plates around the front of the sole, overall lg. 11 in. $2,500-4,500 52 Confederate Gardner Pattern Canteen Captured by a Member of the Pennsylvania Reserves, c. 1861-65, cedar canteen with iron bands, carved on the front top of the drum “PENNA Res CORPS,” dia. 7 1/4, wd. 2 3/8 in. $1,000-2,000 53 Confederate States Naval Cutlass, c. 186165, brass hilt with a “CSN” on one side of the pommel, and an anchor on the other, and a scalloped grip, steel blade, and a blackpainted wooden scabbard with iron fittings, blade lg. 21, overall lg. 26 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $4,000-6,000 54 Ames South Carolina Sword and Scabbard, c. 1820s-40s, brass hilt (broken quillon) and langet with a palmetto tree and foliate designs, steel blade, and a steel scabbard engraved with a palmetto tree and foliate designs, and a scroll marked “N.P. AMES/CUTLER/ SPRINGFIELD/MASS,” blade lg. 31, overall lg. 36 3/4 in. $1,500-2,500

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55 Two Civil War Belts and a Canteen, c. 1861-65, a black leather Model 1851 cavalry or dragoon belt (missing belt plate tab and a small portion of leather); a Model 1852 NCO or museum belt with plate, and a Model 1858 smooth side canteen with a jean cloth cover and cotton drill strap (piece missing). $200-400 56 Large-size Navy Cartridge Box, c. 1861-65, black-leather box with an embossed “U.S.N.” on the outside flap, marked on the inside flap “US.N.Y/BOSTON” in a cartouche, with tins inside and tool pockets on the outside, ht. 7 3/8, wd. 8 3/4 in. $2,000-3,000 57 Cantel Patent Federal Canteen, c. 1862, leather body with copper rivets, marked on the front “PATENT/L.C/OCT. 14 1862,” with brass shoulder strap reinforcing pieces, pewter spout, tin-topped cork, and a leather shoulder strap (detached), ht. 9. wd. 6 1/2 in. $2,000-4,000 58 Schuylkill Arsenal Artillery Musician’s Mounted Services Jacket, c. 1861-65, blue cloth body with red worsted twill tape on the front edges, chest, cuffs, and collar, body lined with off white domet flannel, the sleeves are lined with off white cotton osnaburg, with “3/SA,” three dots, and an inspector’s mark in the right sleeve cap. $3,000-5,000 59 Schuylkill Arsenal Cavalry Musician’s Mounted Services Jacket, c. 1861-65, blue cloth body with yellow worsted twill tape on the front edges, chest, cuffs, and collar, body lined with brown woolen cloth, the sleeves are lined with patterned cotton, with “2/SA,” two dots, and an inspector’s mark in the right sleeve cap. $3,000-5,000 60 Pair of Federal-issue Brogans, c. 1861-65, black leather with stitching and reinforcing rivets on the instep, pegged sole (with period repairs), overall lg. 11 3/8 in. $3,000-5,000 61 Sibley Stove, c. 1850s-60s, black sheet iron cone-shaped stove, double-hinged door with latch, and the vent for the ceiling of a Sibley tent, ht. 24, dia. 19 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $200-400

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62 Spencer Rifle, c. 1860s, serial number 21591, walnut stock (cut down), replaced smoothbore barrel, steel fittings, barrel lg. 30, overall lg. 47 in. $300-500 63 Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket, c. 1862, walnut stock, steel fittings, lock marked “1862/TOWER,” with proof marks on the left side of the breech, barrel lg. 39, overall lg. 55 1/2 in. $300-500 64 Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle-musket and Bayonet, c. 1863, walnut stock with an “NJ” cartouche on the left side, lock dated on the tail “1863” and marked “U.S./COLT’S PT F A MFG CO/HARTFORD CT,” top of the barrel dated on the breech “1862” and proof marked “V/P,” stamped “N.J” on the left side of the breech and “STEEL,” bayonet marked “US/S,” barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $1,400-1,800 65 Model 1861 U.S. Percussion Rifle-musket and Bayonet, c. 1863, walnut stock with an “NJ” cartouche on the left side, lock dated on the tail “1863” and marked “U.S./TRENTON,” top of the barrel dated on the breech “1863” and proof marked “V/P” over an eagle head, stamped “N.J” on the left side of the breech, bayonet marked “US/S,” barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $1,400-1,800 66 Liege F & T 1861 Rifle Musket, c. 1861, walnut stock, steel fittings, lock marked “LIEGE/F & T/1861,” steel barrel with proof marks on the breech, barrel lg. 40 1/2, overall lg. 56 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $400-600 67 U.S. Model 1861 Springfield Rifle Musket, c. 1862, walnut stock, steel fittings, lock marked “1862” and “US/SPRINGFIELD,” with proof marks visible on the breech, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 in. $300-500 68 Model 1862 Joslyn Carbine, c. 1862, serial number 1977, walnut stock, brass fittings, steel saddle ring on the left side of the stock, lock marked “JOSLYN FIRE ARMS CO/ STONNINGTON/CONN,” barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 39 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $700-900

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69 Merrill Carbine, c. 1860s, walnut stock, steel fittings, saddle ring on the left side of the stock, blued-steel patch box, lock marked with patent dates and stamped “949” on the tail, barrel lg. 22 1/8, overall lg. 37 3/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $400-600 70 Savage Revolving Firearms Navy Model Pistol, c. 1861-65, walnut grips (wear), steel frame and fittings, marked on the top strap “SAVAGE R.F. Co. MIDDLETOWN. CT/H.S. NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17, 1856/ JANUARY 18 1859 MAY 15. 1860,” barrel lg. 7 1/8, overall lg. 14 in. $400-600 71 Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver, c. 1862, serial number 79619, walnut grips, brass trigger guard, steel back strap, no remaining cylinder scene, barrel lg. 7 3/4, overall lg. 13 1/2 in. $800-1,200 72 Remington New Model Army Revolver, c. 1863-65, serial number 4554, .44 caliber, octagonal barrel, six-shot cylinder, brass trigger guard and walnut grips, the left with partially legible inspector cartouche, (action imperfect), barrel lg. 8, overall lg. 14 in. $200-300 73 Brooklyn Arms Company Pocket Revolver, c. 1863-64, .32 caliber rimfire, walnut grips, silver plated brass frame, barrel marked “B. A. CO. PATENTED APRIL 14, 1863,” barrel lg. 3, overall lg. 7 in. $300-500 74 U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, c. 1864, brass hilt, leather wire-wrapped grip, steel blade marked on the ricasso “MANSFIELD/&/ LAMB/FORESTDALE, RI.” and “U.S./ J.C.W./2/1864,” with a steel scabbard, blade lg. 35, overall lg. 41 1/2 in. $300-500 75 Imported French Foot Officer’s Sword and Scabbard, c. 1861-65, brass hilt with an eagle and flags, wire-wrapped shagreen grip, blade has light engraving of foliate designs (some dark spots) and stamped on the ricasso “1864/US,” and a steel scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 30 3/4, overall lg. 36 3/4 in. $300-500


76 Imported Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s Sword, 19th century, pierced foliate guard, etched blade, and metal scabbard, lg. 38 3/4 in. $100-150 77 French Light Artillery Saber, c. 1861-65, brass hilt stamped “67” on both sides of the guard, brown leather grip with brass wire, unmarked steel blade, and a steel scabbard with steel carrying rings, marked “CS-6.11.A/ V.H.S./1938” near the throat, blade lg. 32 1/2, overall lg. 38 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $400-600

82 Shiloh Pipe Bowl, c. 1862, soldier-carved pipe bowl, marked on the bowl “Shiloh/April 6 and 7 1862/1862,” overall ht. 5 1/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 83 Camp Candlesticks Identified to Chaplain Arthur B. Fuller, 16th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Killed in Action at Fredericksburg, Virginia. c. 1861-62, brass cups with a male and female threaded end that crew together, two candleholders, one engraved “Chaplain/A.B. Fuller,” the other “16th/Ms. Inf,” overall dia. 3 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio.

78 Non-regulation Foot Officer’s Sword, c. 1861-65, pierced-steel hilt with an eagle, “US,” and a wire-wrapped shagreen grip, steel blade with an arrow and circular disc marked “PROOFED” on the ricasso, steel blade with foliate designs, an eagle, and “US,” and a steel scabbard, blade lg. 32 3/4, overall lg. 37 3/4 in.

Note: Reverend Arthur B. Fuller enlisted in 1861. He had health issues and was honorably discharged to go home and recover on December 10, 1862. The next day, he carried a musket during the Battle of Fredericksburg and was killed in action. Although he had been discharged, his widow was still given a pension for his service. $200-250

Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $300-500 79 U.S. Model 1860 Naval Cutlass, c. 1860-65, brass hilt with black japanned grip, and a steel blade (unmarked), blade lg. 25 1/2, overall lg. 31 1/2 in. $150-250 80 Carved Navy Pocketknife, carved on one side “New Jersey/U.S.A./1862/Soll Schanz,” with a flag and foliate designs, lg. 3 3/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 81 Cane Carved at Andersonville, c. 1864-65, cane with a carved head on the handle, a tag attached marked on one side “Cane carved/ at Andersonville/prison (infamous/Confederate prison/(in So. Carolina?)/during the Civil War.” and on the other “formerly property/of Wm. J/Christian (Opy’s/maternal grandfather/and Civil War veteran.,” with alligators on the shaft, a bottle, cup, and a snake, with a brass and steel finial, overall lg. 37 in. Provenance: By family descent to the consignor. $400-600

84 Pair of Civil War Camp Candlesticks, c. 1862, brass candlesticks, candle holders engraved with “PRESENTED TO/COL. N.A.M. FRENCH” on one, and “30TH MS INF/FEB 1862,” hit. 4 3/4, dia. 3 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250 85 Carved Navy Pocketknife, carved on one side “Found at Fort Beauregard/After the battle with the/Yankee Warships/Nov. 4th 1863” with Confederate flags, lg. 3 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $500-700 86 Carved Navy Pocketknife, carved on one side “1st MATE.PORTERS GUNBT./ TAKEN FROM A YANKEE ON THE/USS HARTFORD/1864” with foliate designs, lg. 3 7/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500

87 Five Civil War Buckles and Plates, c. 186165, a brass-faced belt plate marked “US” with a lead-filled back and arrow-style tabs, a brass-faced lead-filled cartridge box plate marked “US,” a brass-faced lead-filled belt plate marked “US” with puppy paw tabs, a dug brass-faced lead-filled cartridge box plate marked “US,” and a brass-faced lead-filled cartridge box strap eagle badge. $300-500 88 Identified Atlanta-capture Binoculars, c. 1864, brass body with ivory, carved on one side with guidons marked “2,” and crossed sabers with a “2,” opposite side marked “Presented to/Major J. Gray/2ND U.S. Cavy/ By/Capt. N. Dill” and “A souvenier/of the night/ we torched/Atlanta/July/1864,” with a leather case, ht. 3, wd. 4 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $800-1,200 89 Pocket Watch Identified to Warren F. Parker, 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, c. 1861, wooden case with a blue silk lining, a Confederate Gardner round, a silver watch case with a horse on the back, and an eagle and flags on the front, marked inside the back of the case “Detached Lever/13 Jewels/ Lutz Brothers/Locle & N.Y.” and on the dial MARINE TIME PIECE/LUTZ BROTHERS,” with chain and key, and a patriotic envelope cover found under the top case lining with a flag and “OLD WOBURN IS FOR THE/RED, WHITE, AND BLUE.” and “F. Warren Parker/9th Co. 5th Regt. M.V.M./Washington, D.C.” Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. Note: Warren F. Parker enlisted in the 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia on July 31, 1861. $200-400 90 Carved Navy Pocketknife, carved on one side “Hospital Engraved By Gunners/Mate N. Farragut Who Lost Both/Legs In The Manassas Battle” with a flag and panoply of arms, lg. 3 1/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 91 Carved Navy Pocketknife, carved on one side “CLEAR THE WAVES OF/REBEL SCUM” with foliate designs, and the other side “1864” with an eagle, lg. 3 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $400-600

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92 Two Civil War Journals from William C. Litchfield, Company E. 1st Battalion Heavy Artillery, c. 1864-65, two journals describing his everyday activities while serving at Fort Warren in Boston Harbor, ht. 8, wd. 6 3/4 in. $300-500

98 Six Halfmann & Taylor Confederate Script “I” Buttons, c. 1863-65, brass shell with a script “I” and a thin border, marked on the back “HALFMANN & TAYLOR/ MONTGOMERY,” dia. 22.6 mm. $500-700

93 Civil War Mess Utensils, c. 1861, tinned iron fork, knife, and spoon, marked on the fork and knife “W.H. RICHARDS/PATENT JULY 23 1861/BOSTON,” overall lg. 8 3/8 in. $150-250

99 Seven Confederate General Staff Buttons, c. 1861-65, gilt-brass button (non-dug) with an eagle and stars, marked on the back “RIVET’D & SOLDER’D,” 19.5 mm. $500-700

94 Acting Lieutenant Alden Spear’s Naval Papers, c. 1863, secretarial letters written for Admiral David Farragut aboard the Hartford promoting Alden Spear, two letters of promotion signed by Secretary of the Navy, Gideon Welles, and a carte-de-visite of Spear in uniform. $300-500

100 Two Confederate Block “I” Buttons, c. 1861-65, a solid cast-brass block “I” button, and a stamped copper block “I” button with tin back and iron shank, solid cast dia. 21 mm, stamped copper dia. 23.5 mm. $300-500

95 Thirty Civil War Images by George N. Barnard and Mathew Brady, c. 1870, large images originally bound in a privately made book, depicting various battles around Georgia including Atlanta, Chattanooga, Ringold, and Kennesaw, as well as two Brady images from Fredericksburg during the Chancellorsville campaign, image ht. 10, lg. 12 in. $5,000-10,000 96 Carte-de-visite and Lock of Hair from General Robert E. Lee, c. 1862-70, a lightly faded, signed carte-de-visite of Robert E. Lee in uniform, signed at the bottom, and a lock of his hair in a small leather case. Provenance: By family descent from Dr. Robert Foster Bradley, professor at Washington and Lee in the early 20th century. $1,000-1,500 97 Three Brass-cased Civil War-era Images and a Pocket Watch, c. mid-to-late 19th century, a brass case with two tintype images of a young girl, a brass case with a cut out CDV of a Federal Lieutenant, and a brass case with an image of a bearded soldier and an identification badge marked “Leander Barber/ DENNING/N.Y.,” and a pocket watch, chain and key, with an attached medal marked “WILDERS LIGHTNING BRIGADE/1861-65” on the obverse, and the reverse “J.M. Riddell.”

101 Five C.S.A. General Service Buttons, c. 1861-65, two solid cast brass buttons marked on the front “CSA,” three stamped brass buttons, one with a post-war “R.E. Wilson” backmark, one “SUPERIOR QUALITY” backmark, and one unreadable, solid cast dia. 19.5 to 20.5, stamped dia. 22.5 mm. $400-600 102 Group of Military Buttons, c. late 18th to mid-19th century, an 18th century coat button, a one-piece navy button with an eagle, anchor, and stars, marked on the back “EXTRA RICH/TREBLE STANDARD,” two navy buttons marked “JOSEPH STARKEY/ LONDON,” a Confederate navy cuff-size button with an anchor, cannon, and “CSN” on the front (made into a cuff link), a tin-back navy button, and two mid-19th century British buttons. $150-250 103 Four Pocket Watches, c. mid to late 19th century, a pocket watch with a polychrome zouave painted on the back, a chain with a skull and hat, two pinfire pistols, and dice, a pocket watch with a shield and flags on the obverse, and a ship on the reverse, a brasscased watch with a Civil War officer on the obverse, and a house on the reverse, and a silveroid-cased pocket watch with the Spirit of 76’ on the dial. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-200

Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250

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104 Brevet Brigadier General William Cogswell’s Discharge and Memorial Book, c. 1865-97, a framed discharge for colonel/brevet brigadier general Cogswell dated July 24th, 1865, and a memorial book published by congress after the death of general Cogswell, also a representative from Massachusetts. $150-250 105 Framed Civil War Pictorial Postal Covers and Illustrated Song Sheets, one frame has thirty-six envelopes, a card, and an uncut group of twenty-five and fifty cent notes; a second frame has fifteen song sheets, framed ht. to 36, wd. 23 1/4 in. $200-250 106 Two Civil War Framed Items, a lithograph Military Register of Company E, 26th Regiment, Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers, and The Might of the Republic, large format albumen photograph illustrating images of officers of the Union Army, ht. to 25 1/4, wd. to 20 3/4 in. $150-250 107 Three Framed Civil War Prints, 19th/20th century, a lithograph Battle of the Weldon Rail-Road August 21st 1864, published by J.H. Bufford, Boston; a hand-tinted lithograph Encampment of the 2d Division M.V. on Winter Island, by John Bachelder, published by Endicott & Co., New York; and a halftone reproduction of the lithograph Battle of Champion-Hills, originally published by Kurz & Allison, Chicago, framed ht. to 22 1/2, wd. to 34 in. $250-350 108 U.S. Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer’s Sword and a GAR Sword, c. mid to late 19th century, a 1860 staff & field sword with a brass hilt, a wire-wrapped shagreen grip, “Ames” marked on one side of the ricasso, and “W.T. CHRISTIAN” on the other, steel blade with foliate designs and “US,” and a steel scabbard with brass fittings; and a GAR sword with a brass hilt, a wire-wrapped leather grip, steel blade marked “W.T. CHRISTIAN” on the ricasso, and a leather scabbard with brass fittings. Provenance: By family descent to the consignor. $200-400


109 Grand Army of the Republic Medal and Flag Fragment, c. late 19th century, grand Army of the Republic membership medal with a colonel’s bar attached to the ribbon, and an axe marked “103,” attached to a piece of hand-sewn wool bunting American flag. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 110 Cadets Training on Artillery at West Point, c. 1860s, oil on canvas work depicting various artillery in a battery at West Point, New York, with instructors teaching cadets and female onlookers, with ships and boats on the river and a mirror under the painting in a molded wooden frame, ht. 29, wd. 20 1/2 in. Oil on canvas $600-800 111 “Kentucky Rifle Gunpowder” Gunpowder Keg, Hazard Powder Company, Hazardville, Connecticut, mid-19th century, staved keg with willow hoops and illustrated paper label on one end, (bottom missing), ht. 13, dia. 11/2 in. $200-250 112 Civil War-era Artillery Grease Bucket, blackpainted iron bucket with wood and iron cover, with “SNY” painted on the front (later addition), and intact handle, overall ht. 9, dia. 8 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $200-400 113 Civil War Artillery Shovel, c. 1861-65, oak handle with a stamped “US,” iron blade and attachment straps, overall lg. 63 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $300-500 114 Phoenix Iron Works 3-inch Ordnance Rifle and Carriage, c. 1862, cast iron rifled tube marked on the muzzle “J.M.W. No 450 P.I. Co. 1862/815 lbs,” marked on the center of the tube over the trunions “U.S.,” oak carriage with iron fittings, and a prolong attached to the trail. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $45,000-65,000

115 Eight-pound Solid Shot Artillery Ammunition Box, c. 1860s, green-painted wooden ammunition box, stenciled on one side “FIXED AMMN/8 ROUNDS/LIGHT 12 Pdr GUN/SOLID SHOT,” and lightly stenciled the same on the other side, with half of the lid, lg. 19 3/4, ht. 11 1/2, wd. 12 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $400-600 116 Confederate Limber Chest, c. 1862, wooden chest with iron fittings, iron grab handle (one missing), crude iron chisel-cut corners and hardware, (crash plate and toe straps are missing but their ghosts can be seen on the chest), ht. 16, lg. 43 1/2, wd. 21 3/4 in. Provenance: Found in a barn in the lower Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. $1,500-2,000 117 Civil War Artillery Limber Cap, c. 1864, leather body with copper rivets, the top marked “ALLEGHENY/ARSENAL/1864,” ht. 4 1/2, dia. 4 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Don Troiani. $150-250 118 Dexter Smith Breech-loading Rifle and Spur Trigger Pistol, c. late 19th century, serial number 1424, walnut stock with steel fittings, marked on the top of the barrel “Manufactured by Dexter Smith, Springfield, Mass. Pat. Jan. 8 & Oct.1, 67. Feb. 14 & Mar. 7, 70,” and a spur trigger pistol marked “HERO” on the left side of the frame. $100-150 119 Frank Wesson Model 1870 Pocket Rifle, c. 1870-80, serial number 155, .22 caliber, walnut grip, nickel-plated frame with blued octagonal barrel, three screws on the left side of the frame, slide extractor, barrel marked “FRANK WESSON WORCESTER MASS/ PATENTED MAY 31, 1870.,” pitted bore, barrel lg. 15, overall lg. 18 1/4 in. $100-150 120 Two-trigger Frank Wesson Carbine, c. 1859-88, walnut stock, steel frame, octagonal barrel marked on the top “FRANK WESSON WORCESTER MASS” with patent dates, barrel lg. 24, overall lg. 39 3/4 in. $400-600

121 Double-barrel Hammer Shotgun, 19th century, no serial number, 12 gauge, flat barrel rib marked “GEORGE B. MATHER DETROIT,” lockplates marked “GEO. B. MATHER,” checkered walnut stock, barrel lg. 30 1/2, overall lg. 47 1/2 in. $100-200 122 European Double-barrel Hammer Shotgun, 19th century, serial number 2530, 12 gauge, Damascus barrels with foliate engraving at muzzle and breech, flat rip with foliate engraving and inlaid stags, checkered walnut stock, lockplates with foliate engraving and dog’s head sculpted hammers, barrel lg. 35, overall lg. 51 3/4 in. $100-200 123 Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle, 1889, serial number 448504, .45-70 caliber, walnut stock, blued-steel barrel and furniture, lock and barrel with appropriate markings, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52 in. $300-500 124 U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield Carbine, c. 1875, serial number 53878, .45-70 caliber, walnut stock, government proof marks on barrel, lock marked “U.S./ SPRINGFIELD,” barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 3/8 in. $400-600 125 Remington Rolling Block Rifle, c. 187590, serial number 9320, .38 extra long caliber, blued octagonal barrel marked “E. REMINGTON & SONS, ILION, N.Y.,” and “38 EXL” on the bottom, case hardened lock, walnut stock, (missing vernier sight on tang), barrel lg. 34 1/4, overall lg. 49 7/8 in. $150-250 126 Remington Cane Gun, c. 1866-68, gutta percha shaft and small dog’s head handle, German silver ferrule and an iron tip, overall lg. 33 1/4 in. $2,000-2,500 127 Smith & Wesson .32 Double-action Fourth Series Revolver, 1890, serial number 148654, .32 S&W caliber, checkered black hard rubber grips with “S&W” medallions, nickel-plated frame, proper roller engraved markings on top of barrel, with original box and cleaning brush, clean bore with sharp rifling, barrel lg. 3 1/2, overall lg. 7 in. $300-500

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128 Model 1895 Krag Saddle Ring Carbine Identified to Trooper Alvin C. Ash, Troop G, 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, Teddy Roosevelt’s “Rough Riders,” c. 1898, serial number 27892, walnut stock with light cartouche on the left side (worn from use) and a remnant of a circle “P” behind the trigger guard, small compartment in the butt for cleaning rod (not oiler), receiver marked “U.S./1895. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. 27892,” barrel lg. 22, overall lg. 41 1/4 in. Note: With this lot comes all of the documentation relating to this gun being issued to trooper Ash, a letter from the Springfield Research Service confirming that serial number 27892 was issued to Troop G and that regimental records confirm that this gun was issued to Alvin C. Ash. Also contains much information on the life of Ash prior to and after the war, as well as his relationship with Teddy Roosevelt. In Roosevelt’s book The Rough Riders, he mentions Ash a few times and called him “his favorite horseman.” He also mentions Ash being wounded in the wrist by Spanish artillery while with Capron’s Battery. $40,000-60,000 129 Four Bayonets and Three Knives, c. late 19th century-to early 19th century, three French Model 1874 bayonets, a Krag bayonet dated 1899, a kris, a WWI bolo knife, and a Gurkha knife. $200-400 130 U.S. Model 1918 Fighting Knife, and a Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife, c. 1918-40s, a knife with a brass grip and knuckles, marked on the grip “U.S. 1918/L.F. & C-1918,” a steel blade, and a steel scabbard marked near the throat “L.F. & C./1918”; a knife with a brass grip, steel guard marked “ENGLAND,” a steel blade, and a leather scabbard marked on the upper back “ENGLAND,” with a brass chape. $200-400 131 Presentation Watch for Nursing Inspector General Russell B. Harrison to Health, c. 1899, steel-cased watch, engraved on the cuvette “Presented to/Mrs. Sarah J. Ennis/by/ Captain W. Atwood French/To commemorate her success in/bringing Major Russell B. Harrison/Inspector General and others/safely through most severe/cases of yellow fever/A Faithful Experienced Nurse/Cristo, Cuba/913-99.” Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. Note: Inspector General of the Army, Major Russell B. Harrison was the son of President Benjamin Harrison. $200-300

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132 Eight Pocket Watches and Two Cased Cups, c. 19th and 20th century, a brasscased watch with a mounted man throwing a spear on the obverse, and a ship on the reverse, a silver-cased watch with a queen on the obverse, a woods scene on the reverse, and an officer on the dial, with a chain and fob, a silver-cased watch with a soldier on the obverse, and a ship on the reverse, a brass-cased watch with foliate designs on the obverse, and a ship on the reverse, a silver-cased watch with an artilleryman on the obverse, and a castle on the reverse, a gold-plated case with soldiers drinking on the obverse, and a castle on the reverse, a pocket watch marked “THE/NEW HAVEN” on the dial, a French regulator watch engraved on the reverse “J.H. KOSAREK PA/JR/ASN 7947/ ST RAPHAEL/FRANCE/AUGUST 15. 1944/ HECLA. PA,” and two small cups in watchstyle cases. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-200 133 Four Pocket Watches, c. late 19th to early 20th century, a Spanish-American war-era watch with an eagles and laurels in the front of the case, and a ship’s officer on the back, scratched on the inside front of the case “L. Lyman/1899,” a Waltham pocket watch engraved on the back “R.J. KREM/USS MARYLAND/BATTLESHIPS FOOTBALL/ CHAMPIONS/1927/HALFBACK,” a Hampden Watch Company pocket watch and chatelaine with a battleship on the back, and an Elgin pocket watch and chain with a battleship on the back. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250 134 Group of Spanish American War-era Objects, a blue 1887 Mills belt, two trapdoor Springfield bayonets and scabbards, original Krag nickel oiler, sight hood, Krag threepiece cleaning rod, canvas Rock Island Krag receiver cover, two Mills shotgun belts, a bandoleer, and a full box of .30-.40 Krag ammunition. $200-400 135 Group of Spanish American Veteran Medals, c. early 20th century, bronze veterans medallions, unit medals, identification medals, and ladder bars. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250

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136 Group of Spanish American Veteran Medals, c. early 20th century, naval pins with various vessels, pins, and veterans medals. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250 137 Group of Commonwealth Military Medals, c. 19th and 20th century, WWI victory medals, embroidered RAF wings, silver Canadian Victoria medals, and silver South Africa medals. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $700-900 138 Group of Commemorative Military Medals, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a cased medal marked “1917 FRANCE 1918” with a doughboy, a bronze Williams medal, a French commemorative medal, an Albany Rangers medal, Red Cross medal, a Pennsylvania Gettysburg medal, and others. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 139 Group of European Medals, c. 19th and 20th century, a silver French expedition to Mexico medal and ribbon, British hat badges, Italian medals, and Austrian. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $400-600 140 Model 1895 Prussian Spike Helmet, Goggles, and Case, c. early 20th century, black leather shell with brass fittings, Prussian eagle on the front, with cockades, chinstrap, and liner, and a pair of goggles in a graypainted tin case. $200-400


141 18kt Gold Identified Tiffany Naval Aviator Wings, c. 1918, wings with a shield and anchor, engraved on the back “FEDERATION/ AERONAUTIQUE/INTERNATIONALE/No. 362” and “ENSIGN WILLIAM A. MAGEE, JR/ AUG. 10. 1918/No. 1399,” marked along the bottom “TIFFANY & CO/MAKERS/18 KT,” copies of Magee’s service record accompany the lot, as well as a copy of Flying Officers of the U.S.N., with a listing and picture of Ensign Magee, lg. 2 3/4, ht. 7/8 in. Provenance: By family descent to the consignor. Note: William Adam Magee Jr. was born in Oakland, California, on April 21, 1895. He joined the United States Navy in San Francisco, California. He attended the University of California, as well as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, both sponsored by the navy and was assigned to Naval Air Station Pensacola for his flight training. Commissioned an ensign on December 12, 1917, it appears he trained in France. He was honorably discharged on September 30, 1921, and died on August 9, 1941. $800-1,200 142 U.S. WWI Web Gear and Painted Helmet, c. 1917-19, BAR belts and Bandoliers, ten pocket belts, T-handle shovel, Pederson device pouch, grenade vest, two ten pocket eagle snap belts, a 2nd division-painted meat can pouch, pistol lanyards, pistol magazine pouches, a gas mask with “76923” painted on the front, and a painted helmet with a tree in a white square, painted on the side “76923.” $300-500 143 WWI-era American Flight Cap, Goggles, and Patch, leather cowl-style helmet with a light Spaulding mark on the back and “7 1/8,” with a leather cross sewn on the top, a thin leather cape with snap closure, a pair of flight goggles, two hat cords, and a master sergeant patch with a propeller and wings. $300-500 144 Group of WWI Victory and Veteran Medals, victory medals with bars, medals given to veterans by towns, and veterans organizations. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250

145 WWI Victory and Veteran Medals, victory medals with bars, veterans medals, and some cased medallions and medals. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250 146 Group of WWI Veteran Medals, various presentation and veteran’s organization medals. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250 147 Six WWI-era Pocket Watches, c. 191418, a pocket watch marked on the cuvette “FOUND/IN THE BATTLEFIELD/OF FRANCE/ GUN POSITION/CUNNEL-MEUSE-ARGONNE FOREST 1918/C. RADICIA/13TH F.A./U.S. ARMY,” a German watch, chain, and fob, a steel case with a pocket watch inside, marked on the red velvet lining “HILL/70/15/8/17,” a French pocket watch with an image of General Joseph Joffre on the back, a pocket watch with a victory medal ribbon, marked on the dial “WENT THROUGH/THE WAR/WITH R.G.,” and a pocket watch with a cavalryman on the front, a castle and river seen on the front, with chain and small iron cross marked “1886” and “H/I/N.” Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250 148 U.S. Marine Corps Pocket Watch, Lighter, and Medal, c. 1917-18, a Waltham pocket watch number 8607833, engraved on the back with the eagle, globe, and anchor, a French trench lighter in the shape of an artillery round, and a Marine Corps good conduct medal mounted on leather. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 149 WWI U.S. Balloon Corps Wings, c. 191718, bat-style silver wings with a central balloon and “US,” screw back and marked “STERLING” near the top of the wing, with a black velvet-covered steel backing plate covered with uniform cloth on the opposite side, overall lg. 3 3/8, ht. 1 in. $300-500

150 Group of Military History Books and Weapons Manuals, c. 1917-99, group of military manuals, and modern military reference books on militaria and weapons. $150-200 151 Curtiss XS03C “Seamew” Prototype Aircraft Company Model, c. 1940, goldpainted chromium fuselage, wings, and float, with red, white, and blue insignia on the wings, black wooden base marked “Curtiss/ XS03C-1/OBSERVATION AIRPLANE,” ht. 6, wd. 14 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $700-900 152 Curtiss S03C “Seamew” Aircraft Company Model, c. 1941, chromium fuselage, wings, and float, with red, white, and blue insignia on the wings, black steel base marked “Curtiss/ S03C-1/U.S. NAVY/SCOUT OBSERVATION AIRPLANE,” ht. 10, wd. 14 3/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $700-900 153 Two Imperial Japanese Tropical Sun Helmets, one with green drill and four eyelets, and a cloth liner, and one gray plain woven cotton with a star on the front and a cloth liner. $200-400 154 Imperial Japanese Helmet with Net, tancolored shell with a star on the front and netting, with a leather and cloth liner. $300-500 155 Imperial Japanese Helmet and Liner, dark tan painted shell with a star on the front, leather and cloth liner with some painted Japanese characters under the front rim. $300-500 156 101st Airborne Division, 326th Airborne Engineer’s Helmet and Drop Rope, c. 1944-45, front seam helmet shell with an “E” painted on each side and a “tick” at 6 o’clock, with a helmet net, paratrooper liner, and a paratrooper let-down rope. $700-900

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157 British Mk II Paratrooper Helmet, c. 1943, green-painted shell with a pair of blue wings and a parachute over “II” on the left side, leather liner, cloth webbing, with rubber padding, marked on the sweatband “BMB/1943” with a “7” in a shield. $200-400 158 British Motorcycle Dispatch Helmet, c. 1942, green-painted shell, padded leather liner with fiber band, and fold down leather ear pieces, liner band marked “BMB/1942” with a “7” in a shield. $200-400 159 Japanese Katana, cord-wrapped hilt with shagreen and two brass tsuba, pierced-brass hilt, steel blade (some pits and cleaning), and a steel scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 26 1/2, overall lg. 37 1/2 in. $300-500 160 Two Imperial Japanese Caps, a winter cap with wool body, yellow star with a “9,” rabbit fur band and ear flaps, rabbit fur lining, and a wool cap with a leather chinstrap and a yellow star on the front. $200-400 161 Imperial Japanese Naval Landing Force Helmet, green-painted shell (some paint loss) with a painted anchor on the front, interior with leather and cloth liner. $200-400 162 Imperial Japanese Winter Tanker Helmet and Goggles, leather helmet body with a leather star on the front, leather and rabbit fur ear flaps and a rabbit fur lining, and a pair of goggles with linen and leather face piece. $400-600 163 Three Imperial Japanese Naval Landing Forces Caps, one in gray drill with an anchor and flower patch and one black stripe around the base, one in green drill with an anchor and flower patch and two black stripes around the base, and one in khaki drill with an anchor and flower patch and two black stripes around the base. $300-500

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164 Imperial Japanese Flight Cap and Goggles, fur-lined leather flight cap with a star on the front, and a pair of “cat’s-eye” flight goggles. $300-500 165 Japanese Katana, cord-wrapped hilt with shagreen and two brass tsuba, pierced-brass hilt, steel blade, and a brown-painted steel scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 28 1/2, overall lg. 39 1/2 in. $400-600 166 Group of Military Rings and Identification Bracelets, c. early to mid-20th century, paratrooper bracelet, various unit rings, Army Air Corps bracelets, and some unit marked pocketknives. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250 167 American Tanker Helmet and Three Pairs of Goggles, c. 1940s, a Wilson-made tanker helmet, size 6 1/2, a pair of tanker’s goggles, and three other pairs of goggles. $150-250 168 U.S.M.C. Raider Stiletto and Sheath, c. 1942, aluminum alloy checkered grip, aluminum guard, steel blade with faint remnants of “U.S.M.C.” etching, and a leather M6 sheath, blade lg. 7 1/8, overall lg. 12 1/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $700-900 169 American Flight Cap, Goggles, Aircraft Microphone, and Life Vest, c. 1940s, a leather flight cap with leather lining, a pair of Navy flight goggles, an aircraft microphone in the original pasteboard box, and a Mae West life jacket. $200-400 170 German LKpW 101 Flight Cap and a Pair of Goggles, c. 1940s, fur-lined leather flight cap with electrical connectors, and a pair of goggles with tinted lenses and gray leather body. $300-500

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171 Three WWII Fighting Knives, c. 1941-45, a Ka-bar knife with a leather grip, marked on the ricasso “U.S.M.C.” on one side, and “KA-BAR,” etched on the blade “M.J. KING, JR./ENS. U.S.N.R.,” with a leather sheath with brass fittings marked “M.J.K.” on the throat, with an anchor and ‘USN” on the front of the chape, and back engraved “USS. SOUTH/ DAKOTA 1945/HMS KING GEO V/1956/USS. MISSOURI 1945/USS. WHITEWOOD/1946”; a knife with a leather grip, marked on the ricasso “CAMILLUS. N.Y.” and “U.S.N.,” marked on the back of the leather scabbard with battles including “IWO JIMA,” and a Sheffield knife with leather grip, marked on the blade “GILLWELL,” and on the other side “L/T. M.G. HILLERNS/WINNER/ASSAULT COMPETITION.PHANTOM/MARCH 1942.” Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 172 German M-38 Paratrooper Helmet, Canvas Six-pocket MP 38/40 Pouch, and Other Gear, steel shell with spanner bolts, single decal (some wear), liner has damage but is in the helmet, a canvas six-pocket MP 38/40 pouch with leather straps and gray-painted steel fittings, an MG-42 carrying sling, an unmatched pair of K98 pouches, an MG-13 magazine pouch, and a leather three cell magazine pouch with RZM and “1938” marking. $800-1,200 173 Inert German 43 “Teller” Mine, c. 1940s, steel body with carry handle and stenciled markings on the top, bottom marked “DUMMY,” overall dia. 12 3/8 in. $200-400 174 Group of Inert Mines and Grenades, c. 1940s, rifle grenade, dummy bazooka round, inert M43 German stick grenade, smoke grenade, 60 mm mortar round, and mines. $150-250 175 Group of WWII Patches, Armbands, and Insignia, c. 1940s-80s, MP, Red Cross, and British military armbands, Marine Raider patches, Airborne, Seabees, divisional, Army Air Corps, invasion flags, and Russian medals. $150-250 176 Three Japanese Flags, c. 1941-45, two silk “good luck” flags, and a flag painted “IN MEMORY OF OCCUPATION/TOKYO/ CHERRY MT. FUJI/OKINAWA JAPAN YOKOHAMA/Nagoua,” in a poster frame. $150-200


177 Inert German Panzerfaust 60, c. 1940s, original tube and head with remnants of the original tan paint, only a small remnant of the label remains and is unreadable, overall lg. 42 in. $400-600 178 Imperial Japanese Service Shoes, rough out leather shoes with metal eyelets and cloth laces, half-soled, with Japanese markings in front of the heels. $200-300 179 Imperial Japanese 10 x 70mm Binoculars and Case, black body, marked on the top “NIKKO/No 12887” on one side, and “10 X 70 mm” on the other, and a leather-covered pasteboard case (lid detached), overall ht. 11 in. $200-250 180 Imperial Japanese Map Case, Maps, and an M38 Officer’s Cap, leather map case with a metal star on the flap, with maps, and an officer’s M38 visor cap with red band and piping and a star on the front. $200-250 181 Imperial Japanese 7 x 50mm Field Binoculars and Case, black body, marked on the top “No 59595” on one side and “7 X 50 MM” on the other, with a cloth-covered carrying case, overall ht. 8 in. $200-250 182 Imperial Japanese Cavalry/Paratrooper Cartridge Belt, canvas belt with leather reinforcement, stamped maker’s mark on canvas. $300-500 183 101st Airborne M-42 Jump Jacket, c. 1944, khaki cotton body and pockets with snap buttons, a 101st Airborne Division patch sewn to the left sleeve with an “X” stitch, with captain’s bars on each shoulder strap. $800-1,200 184 17th Airborne M-43 Jacket, c. 1944, field jacket with invasion flag sewn on the right arm, technical corporal patches on both arms, a 17th Airborne patch on the left sleeve, and a 1944 dated label in the inside pocket. $150-200

185 187th Airborne, 88th Airborne Anti-aircraft Battalion Ike Jacket, Trousers, and Cap, c. early 1950s, Eisenhower jacket with 187th RCT patch on the right sleeve, corporal strips, paratrooper wings, combat infantry badge, and Korean war service stripes, overseas cap with an airborne patch and artillery piping, and a pair of service trousers. $150-200 186 Four Fighting Knives, c. 1940s, a knife with a leather grip and steel blade, marked on the front of the scabbard “U.S.N.” with “J.R. McMurray, JR./CRESCENT CITY, CALIF” on the back; a PAL knife with leather grip, aluminum pommel and steel blade with a woven sheath; a knife with a leather grip, steel blade, and leather sheath; and a KA-BAR with a leather grip, aluminum pommel, a steel blade marked “CARBON KA-BAR CHROME” with a leather scabbard. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 187 Imperial Japanese Fur-lined Flight Suit, light brown cotton body with a rabbit fur collar and fur lining, zippered cuffs and ankles, with two fur-lined leg pockets. $700-900 188 Imperial Japanese Unissued Coveralls, light olive cotton coveralls with a pocket on the left breast and markings on the inside left front, side pockets, and waist and ankle ties. $200-400 189 Three Inert Sub-machine Guns, c. mid to late 20th century, a Denix inert MP-40 with detachable magazine, a Denix Sten gun with detachable magazine, and a Thompson 1928A1 made with original parts and an inert receiver. $200-400 190 German Fallschirmjager Parachute, c. 1939-45, case with parachute inside and aluminum release. $200-400 191 Imperial Japanese Body Armor, Cap, and Knapsack, cloth-covered steel plates in the form of a vest with leather connecting straps and adjusting buckles, a groin protector, a cap with a cloth-covered steel body and markings inside, and an unissued knapsack. $400-600

192 WWII British Army Officer’s Uniform, Belt, and Boots, khaki brigadier tunic, trousers, shirt, hat, boots, belt, and holster, and a dummy Enfield pistol. $300-500 193 Group of Wings and Medals, c. 1940s-50s, group of sterling bombardier, pilot, naval aviator, paratrooper, and combat infantry badges. $150-250 194 Group of Engraved U.S. Navy Belt Buckles, c. mid to late 20th century, engraved belt buckles with various units, locations, and fighter wings. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 195 Group of Thompson Submachine Gun and M3 Grease Gun Web Gear, c. 1941-45, a British-made Thompson carrying case, a British-made snow camouflage cover, two British-made drum magazine pouches, two drum magazine pouches, a Marine Corps five-cell magazine pouch, four unissued Marine Corps three-cell magazine pouches, five five-cell magazine pouches, two thirtyround magazine bags, a zippered Thompson carry case, seven three-cell M3 Grease Gun magazine pouches, two Thompson cleaning rods, three Thompson spare parts bags, and two reproduction British-made Thompson carry cases. $500-700 196 Boxes of Gun Parts, Magazines, and a Reproduction M1 Carbine Paratrooper Stock, c. mid to late 20th century, a case of M1 Garand enbloc clips, a reproduction M1 carbine paratrooper stock, a German MG-13 magazine loader, a luger drum magazine loader, luger takedown tool, 1911 magazines, .30 carbine jungle clips, and other parts. $150-200 197 Group of U.S. Navy and Marine Buckles, c. mid to late 20th century, 4th Marine Division buckle, Korean War-era buckles, 511th U.S. Paratroopers buckle, and others. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300

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198 Group of WWII Web Gear and Equipment, six airborne padded gun drop cases, an M1 carbine leg carry case, knapsacks, meat can pouches, cut down bayonet and scabbard, ten pocket belts, a reproduction BAR belt, British pouches, and a leather saddle bag with Marine Corps dog tag attached inside the flap. $200-400

203 Two Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knives, c. 1940s-70s, a knife with an aluminum grip, steel pommel, and steel guard, steel blade and a leather scabbard with a stamped “C” and a broad arrow; and a knife with an aluminum grip, steel guard marked “1976/ SHEFFIELD/ENGLAND” and “N.A.T.O/NO. 4658827,” steel blade, and a leather scabbard with a brass chape.

199 Group of American Military Medals, c. mid to late 20th century, unit insignia, pilot’s wings, ribbons, bars, and medals.

Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400

Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250

204 Two Fighting Knives, c. mid to late 20th century, a knife with an aluminum grip and “S” shaped guard, steel blade, and a frog and leather sheath with a steel chape; and a Fairbairn-Sykes-style knife with an aluminum grip, steel guard, steel blade, and a leather sheath.

200 Vietnam-era Patches and Insignia, a Coastal Division Eleven patch with Snoopy, a river patrol patch, enameled metal unit insignias, a pair of “Soc Trang Tigers” door gunner wings, and others. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250 201 Fifteen Bayonets, Knives, and a Machete, c. 1940s-80s, various bayonets, scabbards, and knives, as well as a Collins plastic grip machete. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 202 Seven Knives, c. 19th and 20th century, a knife with a German silver grip, a steel blade engraved with foliate designs, a German silver scabbard engraved with foliate designs and panoply of arms; a knife with a stag grip, steel blade, and a leather scabbard with German silver fittings; a hunting knife with stag grip and folding blades in the grip, with a steel blade marked “AUSTRIA,” and a leather scabbard; an iron pocketknife with no markings; an Indian or Middle Eastern curved blade knife with a bone grip and silver fittings; a hunting knife with stag grip, folding blades, and a leather scabbard; and a folding knife with a stag grip, long blade, and a leather scabbard with German silver fittings. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500

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Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 205 Two Vietnam-era Fighting Knives, a knife with a wood grip, aluminum pommel with a badge marked “PANTHERS/2ND ROTATION,” a wood grip with a chopper, brass guard, blade marked “JOSEPH A. LACY” with a blade serial number “17488,” and on the other side of the blade “WESTMARK/U.S.A. 701,” with a leather sheath marked on the back WESTMARK/U.S.A. MODEL 701”; and a Bowie-style knife with a leather grip and inset brass diamond marked “G.C./ WASIKOWSKI/1970,” with a brass pommel and guard, steel blade, and a leather sheath marked on the front “G/C/W.” Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 206 Vietnam-era Randall-style Special Forces Fighting Knife and Sheath, leather grip with a brass pommel and a brass guard, blade marked on the ricasso with special forces insignia and marked on the blade “5TH SPECIAL FORCES GROUP (Abn)/VIETNAM,” and a black leather sheath with a sharpening stone and pocket, blade lg. 6, overall lg. 10 5/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $400-600

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207 Vietnam-era Randall-style Special Forces Fighting Knife and Sheath, leather grip with a brass pommel and a brass guard, marked on the blade “CCS 5TH SF GA 1ST SF/RT TEXAS” and on the other side “SGT. JAMES W. PIERCE/464 80 9126,” and a black leather sheath with a sharpening stone and pocket, blade lg. 6, overall lg. 10 5/8 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 208 Six Vietnam-era Fighting Knives, a Case knife with a leather grip and aluminum pommel, steel blade marked on the ricasso “CASE/XX USA,” with etched paratroopers jump wings and “VIET NAM/66-67,” with a leather sheath; a knife with a leather grip and aluminum pommel and a steel blade, leather sheath with crossed cavalry sabers; a Buck knife with plastic grip and marked on the aluminum pommel “LT. ANDRESEN” and “US MARINES,” steel blade marked “BUCK/120/ U.S.A.,” with a black leather sheath; and three fighting knives with leather grips, steel blades, and leather sheaths. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 209 Two Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knifes, c. 1940s-50s, a knife with a wooden grip, brass pommel, and steel guard with a broad arrow stamp, steel blade and a leather scabbard with a brass chape; and a knife with a steel grip and guard, steel blade and a leather scabbard with a steel chape. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 210 Two Fairbairn-Sykes-style Fighting Knives, c. 1960s-70s, a knife with a leather grip and steel guard, steel blade and a leather sheath; and a knife with a stag grip and brass guard, steel blade and a leather sheath. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250


211 5th Special Forces Group Stiletto and Sheath, c. 1960s-70s, steel grip, guard marked on the top with a Special Forces logo, and on the bottom “JAPAN/SWORD,” chromed-steel blade marked “5TH SPECIAL FORCES GROUP/VIETNAM,” and a leather sheath with a chromed-steel chape, blade lg. 6 5/8, overall lg. 11 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 212 Two Fairbairn-Sykes-style Fighting Knives, c. 1960s-70s, a knife with an aluminum grip and steel guard, steel blade marked “J. NOWILL & SONS/SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND/ ESTABLISHED A.D. 1700,” and a leather sheath with a steel chape; and a knife with an aluminum grip, a steel guard marked on the bottom “SHEFFIELD/ENGLAND,” a steel blade marked “THE SCORPION/S. SGT JACKSON,” and a leather sheath with a basketweave pattern. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300 213 Four Fighting Knives, c. 1940s-70s, a Bowie-style knife with a wood grip and copper rivets, with a steel blade marked “MATT SULLIVAN,” a leather scabbard with copper rivets, marked on the belt loop “M.P. SULLIVAN”; a knife made from a file with a wooden grip and steel guard, steel blade with file teeth still showing, and a leather sheath with a stamped basketweave pattern; a knife with a leather grip, marked on the ricasso “KA-BAR/OLEAN. N.Y.” and “U.S.M.C.,” engraved in the blood groove on one side “GY SGT STEPHEN GREEN” and “MAG-4 DET A” on the other, with a leather sheath; and a knife with a leather grip and a steel blade, engraved in the blood groove “M.J. JACOBSON/4414-15709,” with a fiber navy scabbard marked “SS/MARY LYON/BAHR-108.” Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-300

214 Four Fighting Knives, c. 1960s-70s, a field made fighting knife with a painted plastic grip painted red, white, and blue, an aluminum pommel, a brass guard, and a black-painted aluminum and leather scabbard painted red, white, and blue; a knife with an aluminum grip, and a steel blade (no scabbard); a knife with a wooden grip and aluminum pommel, a steel blade marked “CUTCO,” and a leather scabbard with belt hooks; and a knife with a plastic grip, steel blade, and a leather scabbard. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-250 215 Four Fighting Knives, c. 1940s-70s, a PAL knife with a leather grip and aluminum pommel, a steel blade marked “RH PAL36,” and a leather sheath, marked on the front “H.V. MILLER./U.S.C.G. 294/563.”; a Japanese bayonet field-altered into a fighting knife with a leather scabbard; a knife with an aluminum grip, steel blade, and an M8A1 scabbard; and a knife with a leather grip, steel blade, and a leather sheath. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 216 Two Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knives, c. 1940s-50s, a knife with a brass grip, a steel guard marked “IMPERIAL/GUDEDGE/ CUTLERY CO” and “MADE IN/SHEFFIELD/ ENGLAND,” steel blade and a leather scabbard with an aluminum chape; and a knife with an aluminum grip, steel guard marked “LE COMMANDO/INOX,” and “MARQUE & MODELE DEPOSES/SUPER-NOGENT,” a steel blade and a leather scabbard with a brass chape. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 217 Group of Military Match Cases, c. early to mid-20th century, Commonwealth match cases, WWI German and American cases, and some unit marked and souvenir cases. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-250

218 Nine China-related Silver Cigarette Cases, c. 1945-46, each engraved with Chinese scenes and imagery, several with Marine Corps ownership inscriptions. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 219 Air Cavalry Insignia and Lighters, c. 1950s-70s, an embroidered 1st Cavalry patch, two Air Cavalry rings, a 7th Cavalry pin made in Vietnam, a 1st Air Cavalry medal, and five lighters. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-200 220 Fourteen World War II Cigarette Cases, aluminum, silver, brass, and celluloid cases with engraved or printed inscriptions and images, some with unit markings. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 221 Eighteen Mostly World War I Cigarette Cases, silver, brass, and steel cases with engraved inscriptions, dates, etc., some with applied insignia. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $200-400 222 Twenty British Commonwealth Cigarette Cases, c. 1900-45, mostly silver with engraved presentation inscriptions, soldier names, unit designations, some with applied unit badges. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $300-500 223 Nine Aluminum North African World War II Cigarette Cases, with engraved and cutout images of mosques, pyramids, women, and maps. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-150

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224 Herbert Hoover Presentation Silver Cigarette Case, c. 1930, case engraved “TO/ FREDERICK W. MEERT/From his friends of the/Commission for Relief for Belgium,” inside marked “SIMONET 800 BRUXELLS,” ht. 3 1/4, wd. 4 1/4 in. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $150-200 225 Six Japanese World War II Cigarette Cases, pressed aluminum, brass, or tin decorated with military scenes or Japanese characters. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-150 226 Fourteen World War II Lighters, engraved with soldier names or initials and places of service. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 227 Twenty WWII Lighters, with engraved names and unit designations including Rangers and Seabees. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 228 Nineteen World War II Lighters, brass, steel, and aluminum lighters engraved with soldier names or initials and places of service, some with unit markings including Airborne, 1106 Engineer Combat Group, and 42nd Infantry Division. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 229 Twenty-two Korean War Lighters, marked with soldier names or initials, most with unit designations. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200

230 Twenty-one U.S. Marine Corps Lighters, 1940s-1970s, engraved with servicemen’s names, places of service, some with applied insignia.

Lots 236–268 require a Federal Firearms License (FFL)

Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200

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231 Twenty-four Vietnam War Lighters, marked with soldier’s names, most with unit designations, some with insignia or maps of Vietnam. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 232 Twelve Silver World War II Silver Lighters, engraved with soldier names, initials, and Japanese imagery. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 233 Twenty-six U.S. Navy Lighters, c. 1960s-1970s, engraved with ship names and insignia, ten in original boxes. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 234 Seven Silver World War II Lighters, engraved with soldier’s names or initials and decorated with Chinese imagery or maps of China and India. Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. $100-200 235 Colt Argentine Model 1895 Double-action Revolver, c. 1897, serial number 83585, .38 caliber, with brown rubber grips and “COLT” medallions, faint roller engraving on barrel and rampant horse on frame behind cylinder release, matching serial numbers, pitted bore, barrel lg. 5, overall lg. 10 1/4 in. $200-300

236 Hopkins & Allen Model No. 822 Single-shot Rifle, c. 1902-15, serial number 569, .22 Long Rifle caliber, walnut stock rubber butt plate, round barrel, (missing front and rear sight and forestock, butt plate chipped, action imperfect), overall lg. 35 3/4 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $50-75 237 Marlin Model 1894 Lever-action Rifle, c. 1902, serial number 244120, .25-20 caliber, walnut stock, blued receiver and octagonal barrel, (wrist repair), overall lg. 41 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $100-150 238 Savage Model 1899-B Lever-action Rifle, early 20th century, serial number 16644, .303 caliber, blued octagon barrel with adjustable rear sight, walnut stock, (barrel plugged at muzzle, lacking firing pin, breech face has been filed), barrel lg. 26, overall lg. 46 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $100-150 239 J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company 12-gauge Hammer Shotgun, c. 1900, serial number 16366, walnut stock with checkered forend and grip, lockplate marked “J. STEVENS A. & T. CO./CHICOPEE FALLS, MA U.S.A./Pats. Appl’d For,” Damascus barrels with reeded rib, barrel lg. 28, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 44 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $100-200 240 L.C. Smith No. 0 Grade 12-gauge Doublebarrel Shotgun, c. 1907, serial number 313664, walnut stock with checkered forend and grip, case hardened frame, plates marked “L.C. SMITH” (lacking wrigglework border engraving), unmarked Damascus barrels with textured rib, barrel lg. 28, lg. of pull 14 3/8, overall lg. 44 5/8 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $250-350

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241 L.C. Smith No. 0 Grade 12-gauge Doublebarrel Shotgun, c. 1900, serial number 42391, walnut stock with checkered forend and grip, case hardened frame, plates marked “L.C. SMITH” (lacking wrigglework border engraving), unmarked Damascus barrels with textured rib barrel lg. 26 1/2, lg. of pull 13 1/4, overall lg. 42 1/4 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $100-200 242 L.C. Smith No. 00 Grade 12 Gauge Doublebarrel Shotgun, c. 1909, serial number 326215, walnut stock with checkered forend and grip, case hardened frame, plates marked “L.C. SMITH,” blued barrels with textured rib marked “HUNTER ARMSCO./FULTON, NEW YORK.,” barrel lg. 29 7/8, lg. of pull, 14, overall lg. 46 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $200-300 243 Stevens Vernier Hunter’s Pet Pocket Rifle, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, c. late 19th/ early 20th century, serial number 3817, smoothbore barrel marked “44” on left side above serial number, octagon to round barrel marked on the top “J. STEVENS A. & T., CO./ CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS., S.A. PAT. SEPT 6, 1864,” wood grips with detachable shoulder stock and adjustable vernier peep sight with matching serial number, barrel lg. 20, overall lg. 34 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $250-350 244 Three Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Double-action Revolvers, early 20th century, serial numbers 34452, 416779, and E66145, .32 caliber, nickel-plated, with varying grips, barrel lg. 3 1/4, overall lg. 7 1/4 in. Note: FFL. $50-75

245 Three Iver Johnson Safety Automatic and a Harrington & Richardson American Double-action Revolvers, early 20th century, Iver Johnson serial numbers 109, 6088, and 67348, .32 and .38 caliber, hammerless frame, varying grips, barrel lg. 3 1/4, overall lg. 7 1/4; the Harrington & Richardson, first model, second variation, serial number 543, .32 caliber, checkered black rubber grips, nickel-plated frame, octagonal barrel without company markings lg. 4 1/2, overall lg. 8 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $50-75 246 Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Doubleaction Revolver, 20th century, serial number 91664. .38 caliber, checkered black hard rubber grips, nickel-plated frame, bright bore with strong rifling, barrel lg. 3 1/4, overall lg. 7 3/8 in. Note: FFL. $75-150 247 Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Revolver, 20th century, serial number 36004, .32 caliber, checkered black rubber grips, nickel-plated frame, bright bore with strong rifling, barrel lg. 3, overall lg. 6 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $75-150

248 Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mark III Boltaction Rifle Converted to Floor Lamp, 20th century, serial number K2773, .303 caliber, walnut stock, (missing magazine spring and floor plate), rifle lg. 44 1/2 in.

250 P.08 S/42 Luger Semi-automatic Pistol, serial number 1797b, 9mm caliber, blued barrel and receiver dated 1938, non-matching numbers, checkered walnut grips with two non-matching magazines, and original leather holster, barrel lg. 4, overall lg. 8 5/8 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $700-900 251 Eibar Model O.P. Double-action Revolver, early 20th century, serial number 2, .455 Eley caliber, checkered pressed horn grips, bright bore with bold rifling, (action loose), barrel lg. 5, overall lg. 9 3/4 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $75-100 252 Rossi Model 511 Sportsman Doubleaction Revolver, c. 1986, serial number L 012469, .22 Long Rifle caliber, stainless steel frame, checkered walnut grips with “ROSSI” medallions, adjustable rear sight, bore is bright with sharp rifling, original box with instructions, barrel lg. 4, overall lg. 8 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $100-150 253 Fabrique Nationale Model 1900 Semiautomatic Pistol, c. 1899-1910, serial number 77392, 7.65mm caliber, with checkered black plastic grips with pistol “N” medallions, nickelplated frame with some areas of oxidation on high spots and near muzzle, bore with light pitting in groove, rifling is a bit soft, with magazine, barrel lg. 4, overall lg. 6 1/2 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $150-250

Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio. Note: FFL. $100-150 249 Colt U.S. Army Model 1917 Double-action Revolver, c. 1920, serial number 297933, .45 ACP caliber, checkered black hard rubber grips with “COLT” medallions, U.S. government markings on underside of barrel, eagle over “S20” inspector’s mark at top of frame, U.S. Army number 150029 on butt, frosty bore with bold rifling, (grips chipped, sight resoldered, action loose), barrel lg. 5 1/2, overall lg. 10 3/4 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $100-150

254 Savage Model 1917 Semi-automatic Pistol, c. 1917-28, serial number 238255, 7.65mm caliber, with trapezoidal hard rubber grips with Savage emblem, surfaces mottled brown, bore frosty, but rifling remains strong, with magazine, barrel lg. 3 3/4, overall lg. 6 1/2 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $150-250 255 CZ VZOR-70 Semi-automatic Pistol, 20th century, serial number 320410, 7.65 mm caliber, textured black plastic grips, blued frame, bright bore with sharp rifling, with single magazine, barrel lg. 3 3/4, overall lg. 6 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $100-150

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256 Kolb Model 1920 Baby Hammerless Double-action Revolver, c. 1920-38, serial number 582, .22 Short caliber, mother of pearl grips, frame reblued, barrel lg. 1 1/4, overall lg. 4 in. Note: FFL, C&R. $30-50 257 Erl Svendsen F.A. Mfg. Co. “Four Aces” Pocket Derringer, c. 1968, serial number 755, .22 Short caliber, blued steel barrel on a metal frame with plastic grips, with original box, barrel lg. 1 3/4, overall lg. 3 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $100-150 258 Haskell JS-45 Semi-automatic Pistol, late 20th century, serial number 038325, .45 ACP caliber, checkered black plastic grips, black finished frame, with magazine, original box with instructions, bright bore with strong rifling, barrel lg. 4 1/2, overall lg. 8 in. Note: FFL. $100-150 259 Hi-Point Model C Semi-automatic Pistol, late 20th century, serial number 804814, 9 mm caliber, textured black plastic grips, bright bore with strong rifling, with magazine and original box, barrel lg. 3 1/2, overall lg. 6 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $100-150 260 Two Double-action Revolvers, late 19th/20th century, a Colt Frontier, serial number 6149, .45 Colt caliber, checkered hard rubber grips with Colt medallions, (replaced barrel); and a Belgian-made revolver, serial number 12, .38 Long Colt caliber, with wood grips, (damaged cylinder), overall lg. to 10 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $75-100

261 Two Colt Double-action Revolvers, late 19th/20th century, a New Service, serial number 30815, .455 Eley caliber, checkered hard rubber grips with “COLT” medallions, stamped “127” on butt and frame, bore bright with strong rifling, (light pitting overall right grip broken, barrel lg. 5 1/2; and a Model 1895, serial number 182, .38 caliber, later checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, the butt stamped “USN” with an anchor, “38DA” and Navy issue number 9325 and “WRW/95071,” bore has minor roughness especially at breech and slightly worn rifling, (replaced crane and cylinder, action imperfect), barrel lg. 6, overall lg. to 11 1/4 in.

265 Three Double-barrel Shotguns, 20th century, a Russian shotgun, serial number 3567, 16 gauge, checkered walnut stock, barrel lg. 29, lg. of pull 14 1/2, overall lg. 45 1/2; a Remington shotgun, serial number 393807, 12 gauge, walnut stock, textured rib, barrel lg. 27 3/4, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 43 3/4; and a double-barrel shotgun, serial number 16194, 12 gauge, hardwood stock, textured rib marked “WILSON’S WELDED STEEL,” barrel lg. 28 1/2, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 44 in.

Note: FFL, C&R. $100-200

266 Three Semi-automatic 12-gauge Shotguns, 20th century, a Remington Model 755A, serial number 603221, checkered walnut stock, etched hunting scene on receiver, blued receiver and barrel, barrel lg. 26, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 48; a Remington Model 11, serial number 9375, walnut stock, blued receiver and barrel, barrel lg. 28, lg. of pull 14 1/2, overall lg. 47 1/2; and a Winchester Model 11SL, serial number A75571, walnut stock, barrel lg. 28, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 47 1/4 in.

262 Two Double-action Revolvers, c. 20th century, an Iver Johnson’s Arms & Cycle Works Target Sealed 8 revolver, serial number M65471, .22 Long Rifle caliber, checkered walnut grips, the top of the top strap marked “I.J. TARGET SEALED 8/I.J.A. & C. WKS./ FITCHBURG, MASS. U.S.A.,” and a Smith & Wesson double-action revolver, serial number 818855, .38 Special caliber, with checkered walnut grips with Smith & Wesson medallions, overall lg. to 10 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $75-100 263 Three Smith & Wesson Double-action Revolvers, 20th century, serial numbers V281343, V27803, and V398088, .38 caliber, checkered wood grips, “Victory” frames, two with U.S. government markings, barrels vary from bright to frosty with bold rifling, (replaced cylinders and cranes, actions imperfect), barrel lg. 5, overall lg. 10 in. Note: FFL. $100-150 264 Two Stevens 20-gauge Shotguns, 20th century, a Model 311 Series H, serial number D176022, checkered hardwood stock, case hardened action, blued barrel with textured rib, barrel lg. 26, lg. of pull 14 1/4, overall lg. 42 1/2; and a Model 940B, no serial number, hardwood stock, barrel lg. 28, lg. of pull 14 1/4, overall lg. 43 3/4 in. Note: FFL. $75-100

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Note: FFL. $75-100 267 Six Shotguns, 20th century, a D.M. Lefevre Sons & Co. double-barrel, serial number 1109, 12 gauge, checkered walnut stock, engraved and reblued lock panels, reblued barrel with textured rib, (losses and repairs to wrist), barrel lg. 30, lg. of pull 13 1/2, overall lg. 45 1/4; a BSW Suhl double-barrel, serial number 48866, 16 gauge, checkered walnut stock, lock panels with floral scroll engraving, textured rib, barrel lg. 28 1/2, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 44 1/2; a Stevens Arms Co. double barrel, serial number 74995, 12 gauge, checkered walnut stock, textured rib, (action imperfect and barrels loose), barrel lg. 30, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 46; a Ward’s Triumph Model SD 52A double-barrel, no serial number, 16 gauge, plastic stock, barrel lg. 28, lg. of pull 14, overall lg. 44; a Western Field Model 15K bolt-action, single-barrel, no serial number, 12 gauge, walnut stock, no magazine, (repaired stock), barrel lg. 24, lg. of pull 13, overall lg. 44; and an American Arms single-barrel, serial number 0214700, 10 gauge, walnut stock, chromate finish, barrel lg. 26 1/2, lg. of pull 14 1/4, overall lg. 42 1/2 in. Note: FFL. $100-150


268 Twelve Barreled Actions/Receivers, 20th century, including an Israeli Mauser serial number 563320, a Persian Mauser serial number 10632 (numbered in Farsi), a 1903 Springfield serial number 914748, two Lee-Enfield SMLE No. 4 Mk 1 actions serial numbers 32L9342 and Q2110, an SKS serial number 3041342, a 1917 Eddystone serial number 1203271, three Steyr receivers serial numbers F.02980, F.20158, and F.21589, a Spanish Mauser serial number F5510, and a Japanese Type 38 receiver serial number 14642. Note: FFL. $200-250 269 Large Group of Mostly Military Surplus Stocks and Barrels, 20th century, approximately twenty stocks, and fifteen barrels without actions. $200-300 270 Large Group of Gun Parts, includes barrels, grips, magazines, stripper clips, springs, sight mounts, cleaning kits, and a wide variety of small parts for a variety of firearms including, but limited to Smith & Wesson, Colt, Winchester, Luger, etc. $200-250 271 Inert U.S. M-3A1 Parts Set, c. 1944-45, parkerized parts set with shoulder stock, bolt, springs, barrel, ejector latch, and flame-cut receiver. $150-250 272 Group of Bullet/Ball Molds and Reloading Equipment, ten Lee bullet/ball molds with boxes, five bullet/ball molds without boxes, a RCBS Uniflow powder measure, a Lee Auto Prime priming tool, and a Herter’s powder scale. $150-250

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Federal Firearms License (FFL) Terms & Conditions Sale 3097M Lots 236–268

1. Post-1898 firearms must be registered in compliance with federal law.

2. Federal Firearms License purchases only.

3. To purchase with a Curio & Relic License, the gun must be listed as acceptable on the ATF list for collectors of curios. http://www.atf.gov/sites/default/files/assets/pdf-files/p-5300-11-firearms-curios-or-relics-list.pdf

4. Bidder must provide FFL information upon registration to bid. We highly recommend registering in advance, please contact William Madden at 508.970.3266.

5. Bidders who do not have a valid FFL must provide Skinner with a license for an FFL transfer agent upon registering to bid, and upon receipt of the agent’s FFL, the firearm must be shipped to the transfer agent, not the buyer/winner of the auction.

6. A transfer agent can charge for handling the transfer. It is the buyer/winner’s responsibility to pay for and make arrangements for an agent prior to registering to bid.

CONDITION OF FIREARMS AND ANTIQUE ARMS. Skinner, Inc. (“Skinner”) makes no warranties or representations whatsoever, and no employee or consultant of Skinner, Inc. has the authority to make any warranties or representations, concerning any firearms or antique arms, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES REGARDING MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE, as well as any express or implied warranties or representations regarding the operation, condition, reliability, safety to store or transport, or legality to purchase, own, store, transport or resell any firearms or antique arms. Use of any firearms or antique arms purchased at Skinner is entirely at the user’s risk. Skinner recommends that all weapons purchased at auction be examined by a competent gunsmith. Skinner disclaims any liability whatsoever for accident, injury or damage resulting to any person or property from the purchase, sale, transport, storage or use of any firearms or antique arms purchased through Skinner.

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Conditions of Sale 1. Some of the lots in this sale are offered subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confidential minimum price agreed upon by the consignor and Skinner, Inc. below which the lot will not be sold. In most cases, the reserve will be set below the estimated range, but in no case will it exceed the estimates listed. A representative of Skinner, Inc. will execute such reserves by bidding for the consignor. In any event and whether or not a lot is subject to a reserve, the auctioneer may reject any bid or raise not commensurate with the value of such lot. 2. All property is sold “as is,� and neither the auctioneer nor any consignor makes any warranties or representation of any kind or nature with respect to the property, and in no event shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability. 3. Except as provided in paragraph 1 above, the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the case of a disputed bid, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion in determining the purchaser and may also, at his or her election, withdraw the lot or reoffer the lot for sale. The auctioneer shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge any bidder. Any bidder that plans on spending in excess of $100,000 should make arrangements with the accounting department at least five (5) days in advance of the sale, as a deposit may be required to participate. 4. All merchandise purchased must be paid for and removed from the premises the day of the auction. Skinner Inc. may impose, and the purchaser agrees to pay, a monthly interest charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any lot or item lot not paid for within thirty-five (35) days of the date of sale. Skinner, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage or loss to property left on its premises for more than three (3) days from the date of sale. If any property has not been removed within three (3) days from the date of sale, at the option of Skinner, Inc. (a) Skinner Inc., may impose, and the purchaser agrees to pay, a monthly storage charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any lot or portion of a lot not removed within the three days, and/or (b) Skinner Inc. may place the merchandise in a subsequent auction, without Reserve, to be sold to the highest bidder, and after deducting the standard commission and any additional charges that may apply, remit the proceeds to the purchaser. 5. Skinner accepts cash or check for payment. Personal checks will be acceptable only if credit has been established with Skinner, Inc. or if a bank authorization has been received guaranteeing a personal check. Skinner, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Skinner, Inc. a handling charge of $25.00 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Please contact Accounting for additional payment methods. Skinner does not accept payment by credit card for merchandise purchases. 6. If the purchaser breaches any of its obligations under these Conditions of Sale, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price of all items for which it was the highest successful bidder, Skinner Inc. may exercise all of its rights and remedies under the law including, without limitation, (a) canceling the sale and applying any payments made by the purchaser to the damages caused by the purchaser’s breach, and/or (b) offering at public auction, without reserve, any lot or item for which the purchaser has breached any of its obligations, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price, holding the purchaser liable for any deficiency plus all costs of sale. 7. In no event will the liability of Skinner, Inc. to any purchaser with respect to any item exceed the purchase price actually paid by such purchaser for such item. 8. Shipping is the responsibility of the purchaser. 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A premium equal to 23% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000, plus 20% of the final bid price from $100,001 up to and including $1,000,000, plus 12% of the final bid price from $1,000,001 and over will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. 11. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms printed within, posted, and announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by Internet, or other absentee bid. 12. Skinner, Inc. and its consignors make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Skinner, Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in this catalog. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Skinner, Inc. relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalog, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of Skinner, Inc. and shall not be used by the purchaser, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent. 13. These conditions of sale shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (excluding the laws applicable to conflicts or choice of law). The buyer/bidder agrees that any suit for the enforcement of this agreement may be brought, and any action against Skinner in connection with the transactions contemplated by this agreement shall be brought, in the courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or any federal court sitting therein. The bidder/buyer consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or hereafter have to the venue of any such suit. Revised January 21, 2015

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