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Fine Firearms, Edged Weapons, & Militaria Auction

Saturday, October 29, 2016  |  10:00 AM Pacific
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Fine Firearms, Edged Weapons, & Militaria Auction

Fine Firearms, Edged Weapons, & Militaria Auction

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Day 1: Winchester Rifles; Colt Revolvers; Collectible & Sporting Rifles & Shotguns; Military Rifles & Pistols; Modern Handguns; Antique Firearms; Edged Weapons; Militaria; etc.
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Antique Gold-Plated Continental ''Fist'' Pistol

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 546)      

Antique Gold-Plated Continental ''Fist'' Pistol, in original pipe casing, #122, 7mm PF cal., 1-7/8'' barrel group, near full coverage engraved gold wash finish, rosewood grips, with folding trigger and screw-in ejector rod in butt. Condition is fine retaining approx. 40%-50% original gold wash over foliate style Belgian engraving. Grips with some darkening. Good functioning action, scratch rifled bores are excellent. Exterior of Moroccan leather pipe casing shows scuffs and wear; interior with bottom portion professionally replaced. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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English Sea Service Flintlock Pistol, by Tower

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 546)      

English Sea Service Flintlock Pistol, by Tower, .58 cal., 8-1/2'' bright barrel, flat-style lock marked ''Tower'' with ''(crown)/GR'', brass pommel, triggerguard, sideplate and ramrod tip; full-length walnut stock, ''(broad arrow)/(crown)'' proofmarks to lockplate, ''(crown)/6'' marked to belt hook, and broad arrow markings to ramrod tip. Condition is very good with light to moderate carbon spotting to barrel and lockplate. Stock with repair to left edge near muzzle. Action and bore are good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)...more

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Fine Pair Provincial English Perc. Target Pistols

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Very Fine Pair of Provincial English Percussion Target Pistols, by Beckley of Oxford, each pistol having a browned 8-1/2'' octagonal twist barrel of .54'' bore with 13-groove rifling, small notched rear sight and front silver bead, double platinum breech bands and platinum plug. The locks are case colored and engraved with subtle triangle bordered floral and vine patterns which follow to the upper tangs, polished blue triggerguards and ''KA'' initialed finials; hammers are early percussion period stylized dolphins with half-cock notches and sliding safety latches. The lacquered English walnut stocks have medium figure grain patterns with contoured silver nose caps and barrel wedge plates; grips have finely executed and proportioned flat diamond bordered checkering with rose engraved silver bases inlaid in the scalloped grip caps; upper wrists have very small vacant rectangular silver initial shields; ramrod tail pipes have a polished blue finish matching the triggerguards and lower tangs; ramrods are ebony with brass tips and ferrules (Note: Ramrods appear to be by the same maker with one being fractionally longer than the other and having a slightly different tip and ferrule style). Pistols weigh in the range of 31-32 ozs. each. Overall condition of the pair is very fine, appearing generally well maintained over time. Mainsprings are strong, muzzles are sharp; bores have distinct rifling with brown oxidation; locks have a cleaned silver patina with traces of color on the hammers. Blued finishes remain 50% with light oxidation. Stock lacquer covers earlier scratches, powder marks and dents, wedge plates have hammer marks, and a small section of the stock is chipped from one pistol in front of the lockplate. Est.: $2,200-$2,800/pair. (Antique)...more

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Fine English Single Shot Perc. Pistol, by I. Field

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Fine English Single Shot Percussion Pistol, by I. Field, .65 cal., 9'' octagonal barrel, checkered full-length stock of European walnut, lightly engraved hammer, tang and sideplate, with hammer lock and platina inlay to nipple bolster. Condition is excellent. Barrel retains much of its original fluid steel colors with one small area of light pitting to right side barrel flat. Hammer and lockplate have gone bright. Triggerguard retains approx. 60%+ blue with strong details to finial; Stand of Arms is crisp. Stock with light scuffs and minor pressure dings, mostly visible to right sideplate screw. Brass bell-tipped ramrod appears original with worm at opposite end. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)...more

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Belgian Single Shot Percussion Target Pistol

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 546)      

Belgian Single Shot Percussion Target Pistol, NVSN, approx. .50 cal., 9'' octagonal barrel, fluted walnut stock, finely engraved lockplate, hammer, upper tang, triggerguard and pommel cap. Condition is fine as partially refinished. Barrel retains approx. 80% original factory blue/brown, missing front sight blade. Stock has been lightly refinished and shows well. Good functioning action, very good bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)...more

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Chicago Firearms Palm Pistol

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 546)      

Chicago Firearms Palm Pistol, #10020, .32 Extra-Short RF cal., 1-3/4'' barrel, nickel finish, hard rubber grip plates and grip pad. Removable sideplate marked ''The Protector Pat. Mch. 6,83. Aug. 29.93''. Condition is excellent showing virtually no use with only the lightest marks from handling. All internal matching numbers and bright internal original indexing mechanism. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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Antique Floral Spray Eng'd Bel. DA Revolver

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 546)      

Antique Floral Spray Engraved Belgian Folding Trigger Double Action Revolver, in original pipe casing, #4309, .38 Short cal., 1-1/2'' barrel, finely engraved cylinder, frame and top of barrel; nickel plated, with mother of pearl slab type grips. Condition is excellent with small fingerprint size area of finish loss to left side of frame just behind trigger. Grips with small fissures to left panel and excellent iridescence. Action is fine, bore is bright. Moroccan leather pipe case shows moderate scuffs to exterior; blue velvet and satin interior shows some oil transfer and thinning near cylinder area. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Nickel Banknote Eng'd English Bull Dog DA Revolver

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 546)      

Nickel Banknote Engraved English Bull Dog Double Action Revolver, marked Blissett & Sons, Liverpool, #15243, .450 cal., 2-1/2'' octagonal barrel, nickel finish, one-piece factory checkered walnut grips with lanyard loop in butt. Condition is excellent holding approx. 92% original nickel with some flaking to front strap, forward portion of frame left side, and just above trigger and to the right. Grips and action are crisp, bore is very good. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)...more

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Cased Banknote Eng'd English Bull Dog DA Revolver

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 546)      

Cased Banknote Engraved English Bull Dog Double Action Revolver, marked ''W.J. Gallyon'', #1754, .450 cal., 3-1/2'' barrel, 6-shot non-fluted cylinder, one-piece checkered walnut grips with lanyard loop in butt. Oak case features cartridge block, oiler, key and Gallyon trade label in lid. Condition to revolver is fine retaining approx. 92% blue, with toning to top strap and to right side of frame above triggerguard. Grips with mild flattening. Action is good, bore is bright. Case is missing one triangular interior lid, with some fraying to blue baize interior. Exterior of case has warped somewhat and is missing brass escutcheon to key hole. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Inscribed Colt 1849 London Pkt Model Revolver

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 546)      

Inscribed Colt Model 1849 London Pocket Model Percussion Revolver, #9132, .31 ball, 5'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, one-piece walnut grips, with ''(crown)/V'' proofmarks at cylinder and barrel lug. Buttstrap is retailer marked ''C. O'Neil'' in script. Mfg'd approx. 1856. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 10%-15% original finish, with the balance having toned gray. Grips with approx. 35% varnish, light scuffs, but no losses. Markings are crisp and clear. Much of the stagecoach scene is retained on cylinder, with light burring to trigger and hammer screw. Frame to barrel fit has been re-pinned. All matching numbers including wedge. Action functions, bore is fair. Many Colt percussion revolvers were purchased by officers who served in the Crimean War. As British service records are well archived, C. O'Neil's records could be obtained. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)...more

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Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

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Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver, #189346 (L), .36 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue and case colored frame, brass backstrap and triggerguard, one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd 1866. Condition is good retaining approx. 10%-15% original blue, the balance having been cleaned. Grip straps with even patina and light chips at butt, but retaining most of their oil finish. All visible matching numbers, including wedge. Naval engagement scene is mostly crisp. Action is good, bore is fair. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Colt 1849 Pocket Model Percussion Revolver

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 546)      

Colt 1849 Pocket Model Percussion Revolver, #187299, .31 cal., 6'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, silver-plated brass backstrap and triggerguard, one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd 1861. Condition is very good as cleaned, retaining little original finish to iron components. Backstrap and triggerguard retain approx. 65% lightly thinning silver plate. Grips with 90% varnish and losses along bottom edge. Cylinder scene remains vivid; all five cylinder pins are in place. Action is good, bore is very good, with all visible matching numbers except wedge. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)...more

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Late 19th C. Holster/belt/pouches for 1851 Navy

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 546)      

Late 19th Century Holster, Belt, Ball and Extra Cylinder Pouches for Colt 1851 Navy, with pre-Civil War brass Federal belt buckle with silver wreath. Condition is excellent and seldom seen. Sometimes found with Colt Navies that were shipped to foreign governments. Est.: $800-$1,200....more

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Maynard Percussion Carbine (1865)

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 546)      

Maynard Percussion Carbine (1865), #25335, .50 cal., 20'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, walnut stock. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80% thinning and toning blue. Walnut stock with light scuffs and impressions; cartouches have been scratched out. Left side barrel flat has been later stamped ''CRG''. Action is good, bore is fine. One piece of brass is included. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)...more

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Maynard M.1873 No. 10 Imp. Mid-Range Target Rifle

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 546)      

Maynard Model 1873 No. 10 Improved Mid-Range Target Rifle, by Mass. Arms Co., #23573, .40-60 cal., 32'' part-round blue barrel, case hardened frame, walnut buttstock with brass target buttplate, mid-range tang sight, two-leaf rear sight, and blue Beach combination front sight. Frame is dated 1865, and is surplus from the Civil War. Left side forward portion of frame marked ''Edward Maynard Patentee / May 27, 1851, Dec. 6, 1859''. Condition is fine to near excellent. Barrel retains approx. 92% lightly thinning blue; frame shows a similar amount of case coloring, with just some light thinning to forward portion. Stock with mild impressions and scratches along top of comb. Buttplate with even natural patina. Good functioning action and bright bore. An exceptional mid-19th Century target rifle. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Antique)...more

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Smith's Civil War Carbine

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 546)      

Smith's Civil War Carbine, by A&M Machine Works, #6430, .50 cal., 21-5/8'' half-round half-octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, straight walnut stock and forend, steel buttplate, blade front sight and folding rear sight. Left side of breech with ''A&M Machine Works'' markings which are partially visible; the following marks remain clear: ''ADDRESS / POULTNEY & TRIMBLE / SMITH'S PATENT / JUNE 23, 1857''. Lower trigger tang marked with ''W''. Serial numbers on lower breech and near hinge on forward portion of the gun are matching. Left side of stock at wrist with clear cartouche. Condition is fine. Barrel retains approx. 70% thinning and toning blue. Breech with scattered dark spotting and trace amounts of case coloring to right side in protected areas. Stock with one fine fissure to left side at wrist, as well as oil darkening and other normal signs of age and wear; there is one small loss at the toe. Action remains tight, bore is very good with a few patches of moderate corrosion. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Unique Peabody Single Shot Sporting Rifle

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 546)      

Unique and Interesting Peabody Single Shot Sporting Rifle, mfg'd by Providence Tool Co., Serial No. 1, .45-50 Peabody Sporting cal., 26'' round blue barrel, case hardened frame, hammer and lever; hooded front sight, standard rear sight, and factory mid-range vernier tang sight; finely checkered black walnut stock and forend, with crescent steel buttplate. Approx. 200 of these sporting rifles were mfg'd in approx. 1869-70 utilizing receivers left over from Canadian and Romanian contracts, at which point they were alternately serialized. Of the 176 or so observed specimens, no two have the same alternate serial number. This rifle is marked ''1''. These sporting rifles were stamped on the receiver face and buttplate. The original serial number prior to sporting rifle production was #5968, which is marked beneath the forend near the breech of barrel and on forward edge of frame just above the serial number ''1''. Condition is excellent with all sights and features factory original to this rifle. Barrel retains approx. 98% of its original rust blue finish, showing only the lightest thinning at muzzle and with traces of blue remaining in chamber area. Case hardened colors have lightly toned a silvery gray, as has buttplate. Stock with mild flattening to checks and light general impressions overall. Action remains crisp and tight, bore is excellent. An outstanding example of an American mid-19th Century sporting rifle, which Peabody experts believe to be the first numbered representation of this model. Est.: $6,500-$8,500. (Antique)...more

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Model 1866 Chassepot BA Rifle, Kynoch's Patent

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 546)      

Model 1866 Chassepot Bolt Action Rifle, with scarce Kynoch's Patent markings, #37360, .43-77-680 cal. (11mm Mauser), 32'' barrel, bright bolt, walnut stock, with leather sling, bayonet, scabbard and cleaning rod. Condition is near fine showing light general toning to blue barrel and frame and minor thinning at high edges. Moderate dings and scuffs to stock. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1890 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 546)      

U.S. Model 1890 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield, #210157, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock with ''H'' mark beneath triggerguard tang, with saddle bar; front band with sight protecting scabbard guide. These Carbines were updated to 1890 specifications and used in limited numbers during the Spanish-American War. Condition is very good, as arsenal modified, retaining approx. 60% toning blue finish. Breechblock has been colored dark. Stock with minor fissures near saddlering bar and repair to left side of upper tang. Action is good, bore is very good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1866 Allin Conversion Trapdoor Rifle

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 546)      

U.S. Model 1866 Allin Conversion Trapdoor Rifle, NVSN, .50-70 cal., 36'' bright barrel, case hardened lock, cartouched walnut stock with three steel bands. Ramrod is present, along with bayonet (no scabbard). Condition is very good to near fine with light to moderate carbon spotting to bright surfaces. Nicely cartouched stock with scuffs, scratches, and small fissure emanating from apex of lockplate. Bore is mirror bright. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Antique)...more

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Enfield Model 1852 Officer's Carbine, by H. Egg

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 546)      

Enfield Model 1852 Officer's Carbine, by Henry Egg, London, #18, .577 cal., 30.5'' barrel, blue finish, top of breech hand engraved ''No. 18/Newark's Converted Enfield''; lockplate marked ''H. Egg/London''; iron triggerguard and buttplate, with standard sights, ramrod and leather sling. Condition is very good to near fine with light even patination as mild pitting and moderate toning. Stock may have been sanded at one point, but only lightly; light scuffs, scratches and oil darkening are present. Breechblock was mfg'd without locking latch and opens on the half-cock. Action is good, bore is fine to excellent. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)...more

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London Armoury Enfield 1853 Perc. Musket

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 546)      

Rare Post-Civil War London Armoury Co. Enfield Pattern 1853 Percussion Musket, NVSN, 39'' blue finish, .577'' bore round barrel with 3-groove rifling, folding rear ladder sight is stamped ''L.A.'' on base of ladder with graduations marked in 100 yard increments to 800 yards; small blade front sight is on a block riser, with ''L.A.Co.'' and London 25 ga. proofmarks on the barrel. Lock is case colored and hammer has a half-cock safety notch; lockplate has a ''(CROWN)/V.R'' symbol and is dated ''1865'' with an overstamped ''5'' above ''L.A.Co,''. Rifle has a full musket stock of varnished French walnut with sharp diamond checkered and bordered grip and forend, brass triggerguard, buttplate and forend cap, blued sling swivels, three barrel bands and a 39'' steel ramrod. Right side of stock has a roundel impressed ''LONDON ARMOURY/1866/36.KING Wm STREET.E.C.'' with a notable difference in font style of the two ''6'' stamps. Weight is 8-5/8 lbs. Condition is very good with a strong mainspring. bore is oxidized brown with patchy rust that may clean somewhat. Barrel, slings and bands have approx. 30% blue drifting to brown with light overall oxidation and pitting. Case colors have toned dark gray-brown, buffed ramrod has pinprick pitting and freckling, hammer screw is marred, and brass furniture has been cleaned. Stock has scattered dings and scratches with a light revarnish. Overall, an interesting musket with an unusual combination of stamps and dates appearing to be from the narrow time period between the end of the Civil War and the start of the Snider-Enfield Conversion era. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Cadet Rifle

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U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Cadet Rifle, by Springfield, #204430, .45-70 cal., 29-1/2'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, with 1882 cartouched walnut stock. Buffington rear sight may be a later update. Condition is very good retaining approx. 70% moderately toning blue. Case hardened breechblock has toned somewhat brown. Stock with moderate scuffs and oil darkening. Good action, fair bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)...more

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Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle

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Springfield Armory Model 1873 Single Shot Trapdoor Rifle, #243969, .45-70 cal., 32'' barrel, blue finish, walnut two-band full-length stock, with two-piece standard sight and sight protector installed; rear sight is the 5th form buckhorn type. Breechblock is marked ''U.S. Model 1873'', and marked ''US'' on buttplate. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 90% original rust blue finish which shows an even brown in a strong raking light. Breech and breech plug retain approx. 95% original case colors. Ramrod is the second style. Stock is in excellent original condition with strong cartouche ''SWP/1883''. ''P'' stock mark remains behind the triggerguard. Stock is fitted with an ''Officer's Model rifle'' type grip adapter, which is screwed into the rear triggerguard screw hole (could easily be replaced with a stock screw with no evidence of the adapter having been mounted). This is one of the nicest Trapdoors available. Action is tight, bore is bright and shows little evidence of firing. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)...more

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Remington Model 1863 Zouave Percussion Rifle

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Remington Model 1863 Zouave Percussion Rifle, NVSN, .58 cal., blue finish, 33'' round barrel with 7-groove rifling, walnut stock, sling swivels, bayonet lug, fixed blade front sight, folding rear sight, with brass barrel bands, triggerguard, buttplate and patchbox; includes tulip-head ramrod. Lock is marked with ''(eagle)/US'', ''Remington's / Ilion, N.Y.'', and dated 1863. Top of barrel is additionally dated 1863 with ''VP/(eagle's head)''; left side of barrel is marked ''STEEL H.S.L.''; left side of stock with two cartouches on the flat surface just above triggerguard; top of buttplate is marked ''U.S.'' and ''P''. Condition is very good to near fine. Barrel retains approx. 80% darkening blue. Lock and hammer with dark spotting and lock with trace amounts of case coloring remaining. Lock markings remain mostly clear; top of barrel near date with some fine corrosion. Stock with nicely visible cartouche and normal signs of age and wear. Brass hardware with mild even toning. Rear barrel band may have been cleaned at some point. Action is crisp, bore is very good with well-defined rifling, in need of a thorough cleaning. Est.: $2,200-$2,800. (Antique)...more

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