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Antique & Modern Firearms & Edged Weapons Auction

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions
Sun, Mar  15, 2020  10:00 AM   Pacific
Winchester Rifles; Colt SAA Revolvers; S&W Handguns; Collectible & Sporting Rifles & Shotguns; Military Rifles & Pistols; Modern Handguns; Antique Firearms; Edged Weapons; etc.
Bersa Thunder 380 Semi-Automatic Pistol Bersa Thunder 380 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Bersa Thunder 380 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #701 (Sale Order 701 of 596)

Bersa Thunder 380 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #F64924, .380 ACP cal., 3.5'' barrel, matte/satin dark blue/black finish, factory checkered black plastic grips with slight thumbrest, white 3-dot sights; including a windage adjustable rear sight. Includes one factory 7-shot magazine with black plastic finger extension, original blue plastic case with matching end label, owner's manual, spent test shell, and sealed safety key. Pistol is in excellent overall condition. Metal shows only a few minor marks from handling. Action is smooth; bore is bright with a few shallow marks along the top portion (could have come from the factory this way as it appears to have been handled and fired very little). Est.: $200-$300. (Modern) (Not available to Calif. residents.)
''Norinco Model of the 1911-A1'' Semi-Auto Pistol ''Norinco Model of the 1911-A1'' Semi-Auto Pistol

''Norinco Model of the 1911-A1'' Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #702 (Sale Order 702 of 596)

Norinco ''Model of the 1911-A1'' Semi-Automatic Pistol, #411024, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, hard chrome finish, black rubber grips, arched mainspring with lanyard loop, three-dot sight system, with two (2) magazines and instruction sheet. Condition is excellent, showing little use. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)
Springfield Armory Model 1911-A1 Semi-Auto Pistol Springfield Armory Model 1911-A1 Semi-Auto Pistol

Springfield Armory Model 1911-A1 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #703 (Sale Order 703 of 596)

Springfield Armory Model 1911-A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #NM4233, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, parkerized finish, checkered black plastic grips, white 3-dot sights, lightweight trigger, bright hammer and thumb safety, and two (2) stainless magazines; both magazines with added hard rubber base pads. Frontstrap with an added piece of stippled grip tape. Mfg'd by Springfield Armory, Geneseo, IL. Metal surfaces rate as excellent with approx. 96% original finish. Frame and slide with scattered light edgewear and handling marks, most noticeable around the front sight. Factory lettering is clear. Grips are excellent with sharp checkering. Smooth action, near excellent bore. Added magazine base pads are worn and could be easily removed. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern/PPT)
S&W M&P 40 Shield Semi-Auto Pistol S&W M&P 40 Shield Semi-Auto Pistol

S&W M&P 40 Shield Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #704 (Sale Order 704 of 596)

Smith & Wesson M&P 40 Shield Semi-Automatic Pistol, #HDL6829, .40 S&W cal., double action, 3.1'' barrel, black finish, black polymer frame, white 3-dot sights, with six (6) factory magazines: three (3) 6-round and three (3) 7-round. In original box with matching end label and owner's manual. Condition overall is excellent, showing signs of little use. Smooth action, excellent bright bore. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern)
Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Auto Pistol Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Auto Pistol

Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #705 (Sale Order 705 of 596)

Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Automatic Pistol, #213-55105, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' bull barrel, dark blue finish, factory checkered black plastic grips with Ruger ''silver eagle'' medallion, Patridge front sight, square notched fully adjustable rear sight, and one factory magazine. Condition is excellent overall retaining approx. 99% original finish. Both the metal and grips with only a few minor handling marks. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Action is smooth with a mirror bright bore; overall showing signs of little use. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern) (Not available to Calif. residents.)
Taurus Model 94 Double Action Revolver Taurus Model 94 Double Action Revolver

Taurus Model 94 Double Action Revolver

Lot #706 (Sale Order 706 of 596)

Taurus Model 94 Double Action Revolver, #KL13474, .22 LR cal., 9-shot, 3'' barrel, satin stainless, factory checkered hardwood grips with Taurus medallions, ramp front sight and square-notched fully adjustable rear sight. Condition is excellent showing intermittent light handling marks to the grips and metal; cylinder with light index line. Crisp action, clean bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Rossi Model 713 Double Action Revolver Rossi Model 713 Double Action Revolver

Rossi Model 713 Double Action Revolver

Lot #707 (Sale Order 707 of 596)

Rossi Model 713 Double Action Revolver, #F048513, .357 mag cal., 6'' barrel with solid rib, stainless steel, checkered and finger grooved black rubber Rossi grips, 6-shot unfluted cylinder, red ramp front sight, white outline square-notched fully adjustable rear sight, checkered hammer, smooth trigger. Metal surfaces are in very good overall condition with general mostly light surface nicks and scratches, cylinder with a thin index line. Grips are excellent with a few small handling marks to the smooth borders. Smooth crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Taurus Model 44 Double Action Revolver Taurus Model 44 Double Action Revolver

Taurus Model 44 Double Action Revolver

Lot #708 (Sale Order 708 of 596)

Taurus Model 44 Double Action Revolver, #OF289484, .44 Mag. cal., 8-3/8'' ported vent rib barrel, dark blue finish, stippled and finger grooved black rubber Taurus grips, red ramp front sight, fully adjustable white-outline rear sight, with a color case hardened hammer and trigger. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 97% original blue finish, scratches to the left side of the barrel lug and right side muzzle account for a majority of the finish loss; cylinder with a light, thin index line. The serrations on the barrel rib with a few spots of light surface rust that would improve with a thorough cleaning. Hammer and trigger retain nearly all of their bright case colors. Grips show normal light handling marks. Cylinder with a little play, hammer and trigger operate smoothly; chambers are bright, bore with powder fouling and debris, is in need of a really good cleaning, rifling is fine. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 10-10 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 10-10 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 10-10 Double Action Revolver

Lot #709 (Sale Order 709 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 10-10 Double Action Revolver, #BNZ6028, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' heavy barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut magna grips with S&W medallions, ramped front sight with added silver paint and square notched rear sight integral with frame, smooth color case hardened trigger and checkered hammer. Condition is good retaining approx. 85% original blue finish. Top of frame and barrel appear to have been cleaned and retain little finish. Parts of the barrel and front portion of the frame with scattered tiny specks of surface rust that should clean to improve; factory lettering is clear. Hammer and trigger with general darkening. Grips with much thinning to the finish with scattered mostly moderate handling marks. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern/PPT)
Daewoo Model DP51 Semi-Automatic Pistol Daewoo Model DP51 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Daewoo Model DP51 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #710 (Sale Order 710 of 596)

Daewoo Model DP51 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #09412, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4-1/8'' barrel, matte finish, alloy receiver, factory checkered black plastic grips, white 3-dot sights, ambidextrous safety, with one 13-round magazine. Pistol is in excellent as new overall condition retaining approx. 99% original finish, with only a few insignificant marks from handling. Smooth action excellent bore. A high condition and what appears to be only a very lightly used pistol. Est.: $250-$350. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mag not available to Calif. residents.)
Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Automatic Pistol Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Automatic Pistol

Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #711 (Sale Order 711 of 596)

Ruger Mark II Target Semi-Automatic Pistol, #219-32554, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' bull barrel, stainless finish, checkered black plastic Ruger grips, Patridge front sight and square notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation, with one factory Ruger magazine. Metal surfaces rate as very good with general light surface scuffs and scratches from range use. Factory lettering is clear. Grips are excellent with clean sharp checkering. Action is smooth; bright bore rates excellent. Est.: $200-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Bersa Model 85 Semi-Auto Pistol Bersa Model 85 Semi-Auto Pistol

Bersa Model 85 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #712 (Sale Order 712 of 596)

Bersa Model 85 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #312559, .380 ACP cal., 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, partially stippled hardwood grips with silver Bersa medallions, white-dot front sight, rear sight base is present but the blade is missing, with one Bersa magazine; magazine with an added black plastic finger extension. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue finish showing only a few slight handling marks to the grips and metal. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Beretta Model 21A Semi-Automatic Pistol Beretta Model 21A Semi-Automatic Pistol

Beretta Model 21A Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #713 (Sale Order 713 of 596)

Beretta Model 21A Semi-Automatic Pistol, #BES15201V, .25 ACP cal., 2.5'' tip-up barrel, alloy frame, matte blue finish, checkered black plastic Beretta grips, standard fixed sights, with one factory magazine. Included is a left-hand black nylon Safariland holster. Condition overall is near excellent. Matte surfaces with a handful of scattered normal light scuffs and small marks; approx. 98% original finish remains. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips also show intermittent normal small handling marks, no chips or cracks. Excellent action and bore. Holster shows moderate carry type wear. Est.: $150-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Stoeger Arms Rimfire Luger Semi-Auto Pistol Stoeger Arms Rimfire Luger Semi-Auto Pistol

Stoeger Arms Rimfire Luger Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #714 (Sale Order 714 of 596)

Stoeger Arms Rimfire Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol, #95410, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, dark blue/black finish, smooth wood grips, blade front sight, and square-notched open rear sight, with one magazine. Condition is very good overall retaining approx. 94% original finish. Barrel and front strap with scattered small nicks and scratches; light wear to muzzle. Grips with a few normal small handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern/PPT)
Taurus Model PT-22 Semi-Automatic Pistol Taurus Model PT-22 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Taurus Model PT-22 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #715 (Sale Order 715 of 596)

Taurus Model PT-22 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #ATD99462, .22 LR cal., double action only, 2.75'' tip-up barrel, blue barrel and slide, matte nickel frame, rosewood wood grips, bobbed hammer, standard fixed sights, no magazine. Condition is very good retaining approx. 98%+ blue/nickel finish; bluing having toned to an overall plum color. Grips with general shallow scratches and small handling marks. Tip-up barrel and levers function properly, excellent clean bore. Est.: $150-$250. (Modern/PPT)
FNH USA Model Forty-Nine Semi-Auto Pistol FNH USA Model Forty-Nine Semi-Auto Pistol

FNH USA Model Forty-Nine Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #716 (Sale Order 716 of 596)

FNH USA Model Forty-Nine Semi-Automatic Pistol, #517NN02347, .40 S&W cal., 4.5'' barrel, black slide, black polymer frame with integral textured grip panels, white 3-dot sights, lower accessory rail, and one 10-round FN magazine. Condition overall is excellent with only a few light handling marks to the slide and frame; approx. 99% original black finish remains. Excellent action and bore. Est.: $200-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Taurus Model PT-945 Semi-Auto Pistol Taurus Model PT-945 Semi-Auto Pistol

Taurus Model PT-945 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #717 (Sale Order 717 of 596)

Taurus Model PT-945 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #NRG33537, .45 ACP cal., double/single action, 4.25'' barrel, dark blue/black finish, alloy frame, gold-colored small parts including hammer, safety, trigger, screws, etc. Rosewood grips, white 3-dot sights, with one factory 8-round magazine. In black plastic Taurus box with matching end label, owner's manual, and an additional pair of checkered black plastic Taurus grips. Pistol is in excellent overall condition retaining approx. 99% original finish; grips and metal with only a few mild handling marks; approx. 97%+ finish remains on the gold-colored small parts. Smooth action; bore with powder fouling and is in need of a thorough cleaning, rifling appears near excellent. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Hi Standard Sentinel MK IV Double Action Revolver Hi Standard Sentinel MK IV Double Action Revolver

Hi Standard Sentinel MK IV Double Action Revolver

Lot #718 (Sale Order 718 of 596)

High Standard Sentinel MK IV Double Action Revolver, #S24723, .22 mag. cal., 9-shot, 3'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips, ramped front sight with added orange paint, and a fully adjustable square-notched rear sight. Mfg'd in Hamden, Conn. Metal rates as very good with approx. 95% original finish, muzzle wear and index line to the cylinder account for most of the finish wear, cylinder with some light scratching, factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips are good with shallow impressions and scattered spots of flaking and finish loss; both are solid, no chips or cracks. Good action, hammer and trigger operate smoothly; bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $250-$350. (Modern/PPT)
Beretta Model 3032 Tomcat Semi-Auto Pistol Beretta Model 3032 Tomcat Semi-Auto Pistol

Beretta Model 3032 Tomcat Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #719 (Sale Order 719 of 596)

Beretta Model 3032 Tomcat Semi-Automatic Pistol, #DAA525490, .32 ACP cal., 2-3/8'' tip-up barrel, matte blue finish, factory checkered black plastic Beretta grips, with standard fixed sights, no magazine. Included is the original box with matching end label, blue plastic Beretta case, gun lock, owner's manual, and misc. factory paperwork. Condition overall is very good. Parts of slide with light edgewear, approx. 97% finish remains. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Some of the protected areas around the small parts and slide serration grooves are a little dirty and would improve with a moderate cleaning. Grips with small handling marks to the smooth portions, checkering shows no mentionable wear. Smooth action, very good bore. Est.: $150-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Smith & Wesson Model 915 Semi-Automatic Pistol Smith & Wesson Model 915 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Smith & Wesson Model 915 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #720 (Sale Order 720 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 915 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TZS0577, 9mm cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, aluminum frame, factory checkered black plastic grips, white-dot front sight and square-notched rear sight, with two (2) factory 15-round magazines. In original box with matching end label, owner's manual, and S&W packing paper. Metal rates as very good, retaining approx. 97% factory blue finish, with scattered small handling marks and a few light scratches; right side of slide near the chamber with two small spots of surface rust. Grips are near excellent with a few shallow marks to the back edges, checkering is sharp. Excellent action and shiny bore. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern/PPT)(High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Beretta Model 92FS Compact Semi-Auto Pistol Beretta Model 92FS Compact Semi-Auto Pistol

Beretta Model 92FS Compact Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #721 (Sale Order 721 of 596)

Beretta Model 92FS Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol, #E21508Z, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4.25'' barrel, alloy frame, black finish, checkered black plastic Beretta grips, standard sights, ambidextrous safety/decocking lever, with one Ram Line magazine. Frame and slide rate as very good, retaining approx. 95% original finish; edgewear and scattered small scratches account for most of the finish loss. Grips are near excellent, showing only light handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern/PPT)
Beretta Model 70S Semi-Automatic Pistol Beretta Model 70S Semi-Automatic Pistol

Beretta Model 70S Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #722 (Sale Order 722 of 596)

Beretta Model 70S Semi-Automatic Pistol, #B53557U, single action, .22 LR cal., 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, checkered black plastic Beretta grips, integral blade front sight and fully adjustable rear sight base is missing the notched blade, with one factory magazine with black plastic finger extension. Right side of frame with ''AI'' date code; mfg'd 1982. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 95% original blue finish, metal with light scratching and edgewear. All of the factory lettering, proofmarks, etc. are clear. Grips show age and wear consistent with the rest of the pistol, including scratches and small flat spots to the checks, no chips or cracks. Smooth action, excellent bore. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Browning Hi-Power GP Competition Browning Hi-Power GP Competition

Browning Hi-Power GP Competition

Lot #723 (Sale Order 723 of 596)

Browning Hi-Power GP Competition, missing barrel and slide extension, #245PM40505, parkerized finish, with checkered black rubber wraparound Pachmayr grips, detent adjustable rear sight, with one 13-round magazine. Pistol appears complete with the exception of the barrel, slide extension, and front sight which would have been mounted to the extension. Metal surfaces retain approx. 97% original finish and are in fine overall condition with scattered surface scuffs and small handling marks; factory lettering is clear. Grips show normal light wear. Made in Belgium by FN. Est.: $500-$800. (Modern/PPT)
Browning Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistol Browning Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistol

Browning Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #724 (Sale Order 724 of 596)

Browning Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistol, #60713U74, .22 LR cal., 6-3/4'' barrel, blue finish, checkered wraparound brown plastic Browning grips, gold colored trigger, Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, with one 10-round Browning magazine. Made in Belgium in 1974. Left side of the slide and bottom of the barrel with proofmarks. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 95% original finish, metal with general small surface nicks and scratches, front gripstrap with specks of fine surface rust. All of the factory lettering and proof marks are clear. White paint has been added to the front sight. Grips with handling marks to the smooth borders; left grip with a hairline crack on the front edge but remains solid. Good smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Sig Sauer Mosquito Semi-Automatic Pistol Sig Sauer Mosquito Semi-Automatic Pistol

Sig Sauer Mosquito Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #725 (Sale Order 725 of 596)

Sig Sauer Mosquito Semi-Automatic Pistol, #F069229, .22 LR cal., 4'' barrel, matte black slide, black polymer frame, factory black plastic grips, yellow 3-dot sights, ambidextrous safety, lower accessory rail, with one magazine. In original black plastic case with matching end label, owner's manual, cable lock, two (2) additional front sights, and spring. Condition is excellent, appearing as new. Matte slide with a few very minor handling marks. Action is smooth with a bright bore. Triggerguard with the original hang tag still attached. Est.: $250-$350. (Modern/PPT)
North American Arms NAA-22 Mini Single Action Revolver North American Arms NAA-22 Mini Single Action Revolver

North American Arms NAA-22 Mini Single Action Revolver

Lot #726 (Sale Order 726 of 596)

North American Arms NAA-22 Mini Single Action Revolver, #L138191, .22 LR cal., 5-shot, 1-1/8'' barrel, stainless steel, standard fixed sights, NAA folding black holster grip with carry clip. In original black plastic NAA case with the original smooth hardwood grips, lock, owner's manual, and other misc. paperwork. Condition overall is excellent showing only a few small scratches and light index line to the cylinder. Folding grips appears as new; original grips with only a couple of very minor handling marks. Excellent action and bore. Est.: $150-$250. (Modern/PPT)
Ruger Mark II Standard Model Semi-Auto Pistol Ruger Mark II Standard Model Semi-Auto Pistol

Ruger Mark II Standard Model Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #727 (Sale Order 727 of 596)

Ruger Mark II Standard Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #215-62279, .22 LR cal., 4.75'' tapered barrel, stainless steel, factory checkered black plastic grips, pinned blade front sight and square-notched rear sight, with one 10-round magazine; magazine base shows Ruger ''silver eagle'' medallion. In unnumbered hinged one-piece box with owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent overall with only a few slight handling marks to the metal and grips. Factory lettering with crisp edges. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Overall a very nice lightly used pistol. Top and bottom section of the box are still attached but the outside seam has split, otherwise, showing light storage type wear. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 34-1 Kit Gun Double Action Revolver S&W Model 34-1 Kit Gun Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 34-1 Kit Gun Double Action Revolver

Lot #728 (Sale Order 728 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 Kit Gun Double Action Revolver, #M144937, .22 LR cal., 2'' pinned barrel, blue finish; replacement checkered walnut Herrett's grips. Serrated blade front sight, micrometer click adjustable rear sight, color case hardened serrated trigger and checkered semi-target hammer. Mfg'd ca. 1980-1981. Condition is very good overall retaining approx. 96% original blue. Metal with general light scratching and small handling marks; sides of the grip frame with patches of surface rust that would improve with a thorough cleaning. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips retain most of their original finish with handling wear; left grip with several small flat spots to the checks, right grip is mostly clean and sharp. Hammer and trigger retain most of their deep, rich case colors. Smooth action, excellent bore. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver

Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver

Lot #729 (Sale Order 729 of 596)

Colt Detective Special Third Issue Double Action Revolver, #P15548, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, wraparound checkered wood grips, with standard fixed sights. Mfg'd in 1981. Condition is very good retaining approx. 97% original blue finish, metal with general slight surface nicks and scratches, most appear to be from storage as the cylinder has only a light index line and does not appear to have been fired a whole lot. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips with moderate pressure dents and handling marks, mainly on the left grip, checkering is mostly clean. Hammer with mild specks or dark spotting. Crisp action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 657-3 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 657-3 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 657-3 Double Action Revolver

Lot #730 (Sale Order 730 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 657-3 Double Action Revolver, #CAA6496, .41 mag. cal., 6'' barrel, satin stainless finish, stippled and finger-grooved black rubber S&W grips, ramped front sight and square-notched fully adjustable rear sight, with color case hardened checkered target hammer and smooth combat trigger. Condition overall is very good. Metal with surface scuffs as well as small scratches, predominantly on the barrel. Grips show moderate handling marks. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)
Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #731 (Sale Order 731 of 596)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #2560511, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''Proof Steel'' barrel, blue finish; straight grip walnut stock and forend with an added vented brown rubber Pachmayr recoil pad; rear bottom edge of stock with an added sling swivel stud. Sights include a hooded silver beaded blade front sight and sporting rear sight with elevator. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1963. Rifle is in very good overall condition with approx. 97% remaining blue finish. Receiver with some speckled extremely fine pitting and oxidation, most only starts to become visible when the rifle is held at a 45 degree angle. Left side of magazine tube with a very small ding. Barrel address and other factory lettering is clear; screw head slots are straight. Wood with an added coat of an added coat of linseed oil type finish over only a few scattered small impressions and handling marks, predominantly at the wrist; LOP to end of pad is 13-7/8''; 13'' to end of wood. Left side of buttstock at the black recoil pad spacer with a thin line of synthetic filler. Smooth crisp action; bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)
Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #732 (Sale Order 732 of 596)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1738148, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''Proof Steel'' barrel, blue finish, straight grip walnut stock and forend, checkered steel shotgun butt. Sights include a hooded silver beaded blade front sight, sporting rear sight with elevator. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed; top of barrel with an additional ''(oval)/P''. Mfg'd 1951. Condition overall is good. Barrel and magazine tube retain approx. 80% blue finish; right side with some brown toning and spots of light pitting. Barrel address is clear. Receiver and lever are a combination blue finish and mottled brown patina with general light pitting and reddish brown speckled oxidation. Wood with an added coat of varnish over moderate dings and scratches; finish has flaked at parts of the wrist and along top edge of buttstock. Right upper edge of stock at the wrist with a small repair that has since chipped again at the corner; otherwise, stock and forend are sound; edge of buttplate with a few moderate dents. Smooth crisp action; bore is very good with sharp rifling. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)
Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #733 (Sale Order 733 of 596)

Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #83880, .44-40 CF cal., 20'' barrel with block-blade front and sliding leaf rear sight is marked with Winchester name and address in two lines ahead of rear sight and ''44 W.C.F.'' behind; under-barrel tubular cartridge magazine; two steel barrel bands; steel receiver fitted with saddle ring and stud on left side is marked ''Model 1892 -Winchester-/Pat. Oct. 14, 1884.'' on top tang and serial number on lower front; loop operating lever; steel carbine buttplate; oil-finished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1895. Condition is good to very good. Metal surfaces are an overall brown-gunmetal gray with scattered light erosion, and crude braze repairs appear on both sides where top tang joins receiver. Stocks are sound and fit well with nicks and dings from age and use; there are two 1'' cracks at left wrist and a 1'' wood chip missing at right wrist. Action is smooth; bore is clean with defined rifling. Est.: $650-$950. (Antique)
Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #734 (Sale Order 734 of 596)

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, #793567, .25-20 WCF cal., 22.5'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed-blade front and adjustable notched rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date on left angled flat, and ''25-20 W.C.F.'' at breech; tubular cartridge magazine; receiver with top ejection, is marked ''Model 1892/Winchester/Trade Mark Reg. in U.S. Pat. Off.'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm with steel nose cap, matching buttstock with shotgun buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1915. Condition is good to very good as configured. Barrel (which apparently was shortened at one time, although it is not obvious) retains most original blue on its lower flats and in protected areas; mag tube 40% blue with scattered erosion and dings; the balance of the metal surfaces are a smooth gunmetal gray; edges and markings are sharp. Stocks are sound showing age and use marks (particularly on forearm); buttplate is missing. Action is smooth; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $400-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #735 (Sale Order 735 of 596)

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #761706, .32 WCF (.32-20) cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with raised-blade front and dovetailed sliding-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date on left side, and ''32 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; blued receiver with left-side stud and sling ring, is mounted with a Marble screw-adjustable peep tang sight, and marked with the serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd 1914. Condition is near-fine. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 60% blue (missing at right side of barrel); receiver retains 10% blue in protected areas and otherwise a smooth gray-brown patina; lever, barrel band and buttplate are gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound and smooth with minor age/use marks. Edges and markings are sharp. Action is strong and smooth; bore shines with defined rifling. Est.: $750-$1,250. (C&R)
Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Lot #736 (Sale Order 736 of 596)

Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #10249, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., blued 24'' round barrel, with high blade front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, and ''Model 55/Winchester Trade Mark/Nickel Steel - 30 W.C.F.'' at left; blued tubular half-magazine; blued receiver is marked ''Winchester/Trade Mark/Made In U.S.A.'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm with blued nose cap, matching buttstock with checkered steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1929. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 40% original blue; receiver, lever and buttplate are clean gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound and smooth with perhaps a thin later coat of varnish. Edges and markings are sharp. Action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. Est.: $600-$850. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #737 (Sale Order 737 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #252328, .30 WCF (.30-30 CF) cal., blued 24'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top flat, ''Nickel Steel Barrel Especially for Smokeless Powder'' on left angled flat, and ''30 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; receiver is marked ''Model 1894 / Winchester/Trade Mark'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with a steel nose cap, buttstock with a checkered steel shotgun-style buttplate. Mfg'd 1902. Condition is fine. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 75% thinning and darkening original blue; the receiver 40%; the lever, nose cap and buttplate are a clean gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid and smooth with minor age/use marks, and nice grain and color. Action is smooth; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)
Antique Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Rifle

Lot #738 (Sale Order 738 of 596)

Antique Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Single Shot Rifle, #39350, .32 Short RF cal., blued 26'' octagonal barrel, with Rocky Mountain type front and rear sights, marked with maker's name and address on top flat, and ''32 Short'' at breech; ''Thickside'' receiver has ''Pat. Oct. 7th, 79'' and ''39350'' on bottom tang; serpentine operating lever opens the ''dropping-block'' action; oil-stained walnut Schnabel forearm with buffalo horn (or ebony) insert, and matching buttstock with crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1890. Condition is good to very good. Barrel (with knackering at breech area) and receiver retain no original blue, being an overall dark brown with scattered light erosion; rear sight is a correct replacement; lever and buttplate are a smooth dark color. Stocks are sound with typical age and use marks, and a through-bolt repair at wrist. Action is smooth; bore is dark with defined rifling. Est.: $400-$700. (Antique)
Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #739 (Sale Order 739 of 596)

Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Carbine, #1095634, .32 Win. Spec. CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with hooded-ramp front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, and ''Winchester Proof Steel/Model 64/Winchester Trade Mark/32 W.S.'' at left breech; blued tubular 3/4-magazine; blued receiver is marked ''Winchester/Trade Mark/Made in U.S.A.'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; varnished walnut stocks, forend with a steel nose cap, pistol-grip buttstock with a checkered steel shotgun type buttplate. Mfg'd 1935. Condition is near excellent. Barrel, mag tube and receiver retain approx. 85% original blue (with scattered discoloration on front and rear sights, at top front, sides and upper tang of receiver); nose cap with fire blue-like coloring; lever and buttplate are a gunmetal gray-brown. Stocks are solid with nice grain and color, fit ''proud,'' and retain most of their original gloss varnish. Action is smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #740 (Sale Order 740 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1391579, .25-35 WCF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with hooded-ramp bead front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's address over ''Winchester Proof Steel'', ''Winchester/Trade Mark'', and ''Model 94 25-35 W.C.F.'' on left side; blued tubular magazine and retaining band; blued receiver is marked with serial number at lower front; loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with checkered steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1952. Condition is excellent with blued surfaces retaining approx. 80% original finish. Stocks are sound and smooth with very minor marks; buttplate checkering is sharp. All edges and markings are crisp. Action is strong and smooth; bore shines with deep rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #741 (Sale Order 741 of 596)

Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #18213, .25 Rem. cal., 22'' barrel, originally with a blued finish, round knob pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, grooved steel buttplate; forend with sling swivel. Dovetailed blade front sight and flat-top sporting rear sight with elevator. Mfg'd ca. 1910. Condition overall is good. Metal appears to have been cleaned with approx. 20% blue finish, balance is a combination mottled brown patina and bare gray metal. Barrel address is clear and defined; barrel shroud with intermittent moderate dents and a few patches of shallow pitting. Buttstock has been sanded leaving a reveal around the upper and lower tang; wrist with a hairline crack that has been repaired with four small dowels. Forend is sound with small handling marks; typical signs of normal field use. Smooth action; lightly frosted bore with good defined rifling. Harder to find in .25 Rem. caliber. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Savage Model 99 Lever Action Takedown Rifle Savage Model 99 Lever Action Takedown Rifle

Savage Model 99 Lever Action Takedown Rifle

Lot #742 (Sale Order 742 of 596)

Savage Model 99 Lever Action Takedown Rifle, #192439, .22 HP cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut stock and forend, gold bead front and flip-up rear sight. Mfg'd 1917. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 90% early high polish blue to barrel and receiver. Unsanded stock shows even smoothing and light impressions, with repair to forend. Case colors to lever remain approx. 75% vivid. With cartridge counter and cocking indicator. Good action and bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Remington Model 521-T Bolt Action Target Rifle Remington Model 521-T Bolt Action Target Rifle

Remington Model 521-T Bolt Action Target Rifle

Lot #743 (Sale Order 743 of 596)

Remington Model 521-T Bolt Action Target Rifle, NVSN, .22 S-L-LR cal., 25'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock with sling swivels, factory grooved black plastic buttplate, with globe front and Lyman adjustable peep sight. Includes one Remington marked magazine. Mfg'd between 1947-1968. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% original blue, with almost all of the losses as toning to triggerguard and magazine port. Stock with some darkening near wrist. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Winchester Model 56 Clip-Feed Sporting Rifle Winchester Model 56 Clip-Feed Sporting Rifle

Winchester Model 56 Clip-Feed Sporting Rifle

Lot #744 (Sale Order 744 of 596)

Winchester Model 56 Clip-Feed Bolt-Action Sporting Rifle, #4400, .22 Short RF cal., 22'' round barrel, with dovetailed bead-blade front and notched-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1919-23 patent dates on right side, ''Model 56 - Winchester/Trade Mark - 22 Short'' on left side; sliding bolt has a knurled safety knob; bottom-loading 5-round cartridge clip is marked ''Winchester'' with 1919-22 patent dates; hardwood Schnabel tip pistol-grip halfstock with loop triggerguard has a large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and checkered steel shotgun style buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1928. Condition is good. Metal surfaces show a smooth gunmetal gray-brown patina, with clear markings. Stock is sound with the expected use marks, ''Flore'' etched into left buttstock, and much varnish finish. Action functions; bore shines with defined rifling. Est.: $200-$350. (C&R)
Winchester Model 36 Bolt Action Shotgun Winchester Model 36 Bolt Action Shotgun

Winchester Model 36 Bolt Action Shotgun

Lot #745 (Sale Order 745 of 596)

Winchester Model 36 Bolt Action Shotgun, or ''Garden Gun,'' NVSN, 9mm Shot RF cal., 17-3/8'' round barrel with post front sight, marked with maker's name, address and 1899 patent date, ''Model 36 Shotgun/Cal. 9mm Rim Fire'' and ''Winchester/Trade Mark Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. & Fgn.'' on left side; action has auto extraction and knurled ''acorn'' bolt knob; gumwood ''fish-belly'' halfstock has a scrolled sheetmetal triggerguard, large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and checkered hard rubber buttplate with ''Winchester/Trade Mark'' in a circular sunburst-like cartouche. Mfg'd ca. 1920-27. Condition is good. Metal surfaces are gunmetal gray with scattered rust erosion, and sharp markings. Stock is sound with normal use marks, a 1-1/4'' chip missing from left-rear of receiver, and a later coat of varnish; buttplate shows wear with a right-side scrape obscuring much of the checkering and markings. Action functions; smoothbore is etched overall but clean. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)
Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle

Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle

Lot #746 (Sale Order 746 of 596)

Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle, #407566, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, dovetailed silver bead blade front sight and standard notched rear sight with elevator; straight grip walnut stock, 17-groove flat bottom forend, checkered black composition Winchester buttplate. Left side of frame with three (3) drilled and tapped holes that are filled with the appropriate screws. Mfg'd 1958. Condition is fine retaining approx. 96% blue with high edgewear to the upper edges of frame. Barrel address is crisp and other factory lettering is clear. Wood with light marks from field use, mainly on the underside of the forend and buttstock; stock with an added coat of clear finish and is a little darker in color; forend with the original oil finish. Good action, bright bore with nice rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)
Winchester Model 68 Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 68 Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 68 Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #747 (Sale Order 747 of 596)

Winchester Model 68 Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle, NVSN, .22 S-L-LR cal., 27'' barrel, blue finish; one-piece smooth walnut stock with finger-grooved forend, factory black composition Winchester buttplate, chrome-plated bolt, hooded silver bead blade front sight and adjustable peep rear sight. Barrel is excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue with a few tiny surface nicks and minor wear marks, barrel address is crisp and clear. Triggerguard is a combination blue finish and brown patina. Bolt retains most of its chrome finish with light scratching and a little finish loss on the handle. Stock is very good with general small handling marks. Action is smooth and cocking piece operate smoothly, very good clean bore. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R)
Remington Model 121 Fieldmaster Pump Rifle Remington Model 121 Fieldmaster Pump Rifle

Remington Model 121 Fieldmaster Pump Rifle

Lot #748 (Sale Order 748 of 596)

Remington Model 121 Fieldmaster Pump Action Rifle, #60643, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24.75'' round barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock and grooved forend, checkered metal Remington buttplate, dovetailed silver bead front sight and notched elevator rear sight. Remington barrel date code is ''KL'', mfg'd 1942. Metal rates as fine and retains approx. 97% factory blue on barrel and receiver; both with scattered pinprick oxidation and very fine pits or peppering to the metal. All of the factory lettering is crisp. Magazine tube shows normal mechanical wear. Wood is very good retaining most of the original finish with small and shallow surface dings, mainly along the top and bottom edge of the buttstock. Excellent action and bore, rifling is sharp. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #749 (Sale Order 749 of 596)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1904795, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''Proof Steel'' barrel, blue finish; straight grip walnut stock, checkered steel shotgun butt, with sling swivel installed in the buttstock as well as to a magazine tube clamp. Sights include a silver beaded blade front sight and sporting rear sight with elevator. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1952. Condition overall is very good. Approx. 70% factory blue finish remains with thinning to the highpoints of receiver; upper tang is worn to mostly bare metal; receiver with some reddish brown freckling. Barrel address is crisp, Winchester proofmarks and other factory lettering is clear. Wood is sound showing age and wear consistent with the rest of the rifle, including shallow impressions and other marks from handling and use; no chips or cracks. Smooth crisp lever; bore is bright with strong rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #750 (Sale Order 750 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #278200, .30 WCF (.30-30 CF) cal., blued 26'' round barrel, with dovetailed bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top, and ''30 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; blued receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Trade Mark'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; double set triggers; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with a steel nose cap, buttstock with a steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1903. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 80% deep original blue (with minor nicks at left-side nose cap area); receiver with 50% blue; nose cap and buttplate are gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid with normal age-handling marks and a later coat of varnish. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with pronounced rifling. The Model 1894 has the distinction of continuous manufacture for over 115 years. Est.: $500-$900. (C&R)
Antique Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine Antique Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Antique Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #751 (Sale Order 751 of 596)

Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #63933, .38-55 CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with block-blade front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name and address on top, and ''38-55'' at breech; blued tubular magazine and retaining band; blued receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Pat. Aug. 21, 1894'' on upper tang, serial number at lower front, and has a saddle stud and ring mounted to its left side; loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd 1896. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces show no original finish but a smooth gunmetal gray-to-brown patina. Stocks are sound with normal age and use marks, have been sanded and with occasional filler, carved initials on both sides of buttstock, and a later coat of linseed oil. All markings are clear. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with shallow erosion and faint rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)
Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #752 (Sale Order 752 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #777315, .32 Win. Spec. CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with high block-blade front sight (rear sight dovetail is vacant), marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially For Smokeless Powder'' on left, and ''32 W.S.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; steel receiver with left-side stud and sling ring, is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Trade Mark U.S. Pat. Off. & Fgn.'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with a single barrel band, buttstock with a steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd 1915. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain traces of original blue with scattered discoloration; receiver, lever, barrel band and buttplate have an overall gunmetal gray-brown tone. Stocks are solid with the expected marks of age and use, and a later coat of varnish. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with distinct rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #753 (Sale Order 753 of 596)

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #475019, .32 WCF (.32-20 CF) cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with block-blade front and sliding leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date on top, and ''32 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; blued receiver with left-side stud and sling ring, is marked ''Model 1892/Winchester/Trade Mark'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with a single barrel band, buttstock with a steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd 1908. Condition is very good. Barrel, mag tube and receiver retain 40%-50% thinning blue with scattered very minor marks; lever, barrel band and buttplate have an overall smooth brown patina. Stocks are solid and smooth with generally minor handling marks. Action is strong and smooth; bore shines with pronounced rifling. Est.: $750-$1,450. (C&R)
Winchester Model 55 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 55 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 55 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #754 (Sale Order 754 of 596)

Winchester Model 55 Lever Action Rifle, #1079729, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., blued 24'' round barrel, with high bead-blade front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, and ''Model 55/Winchester Trade Mark/Nickel Steel - 30 W.C.F.'' at left; blued tubular button magazine; receiver (fitted with a Redfield multi-adjustable peep sight) is marked ''Winchester/Trade Mark/Made In U.S.A.'' on upper tang, and ser. no. at lower front; loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm, with blued steel nose cap, matching buttstock with checkered steel shotgun buttplate. Mfg'd 1930. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 80% original blue; receiver is bright metal with traces of finish; lever and buttplate are dark gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound with minor marks from age and use, and a thin later coat of varnish. Edges and markings are sharp. Action is strong and smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Oddly enough, the Model 55 without the takedown feature such as this one, is scarcer. Est.: $600-$850. (C&R)
Marlin Model 1893 Takedown Lever Action Short Rifle Marlin Model 1893 Takedown Lever Action Short Rifle

Marlin Model 1893 Takedown Lever Action Short Rifle

Lot #755 (Sale Order 755 of 596)

Marlin Model 1893 Takedown Lever Action Short Rifle, #A5519, .25-36 CF cal., blued 22'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-88-93 patent dates in two lines on top flat, ''Special Smokeless Steel'' flanked by diamonds on left angled flat, and ''25-36 M'' at breech; tubular cartridge magazine; case hardened receiver with side ejection is marked ''Marlin Safety'' on top, ''Model/1893'' on upper tang, and ser. no. at lower front; loop operating lever; varnished walnut forearm with steel nosec ap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1916. Condition is fine. Barrel retains approx. 85% smooth original blue, mag tube 50%, nose cap a smooth brown patina; all edges and markings are sharp; receiver, hammer, lever and buttplate show faintly mottled colors but have mostly silvered out. Stocks are sound and smooth with only light marks of age and use, lovely grain and color, and perhaps a thin later coat of varnish. Action is smooth; bore shines with deep rifling. This Model 1893, with its take-down feature and likely special-ordered short barrel, is a highly desirable Marlin, indeed. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)
Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #756 (Sale Order 756 of 596)

Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Rifle, #D8939, .32-20 CF cal., blued 24'' half-round half-octagonal barrel, with dovetailed blade front and folding single-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address, and 1887-89-93 patent dates in two lines on top flat, and ''32-20'' at breech; blued tubular half-magazine; case hardened receiver with side ejection, two screw-filled holes on top and a screw-adjustable peep tang sight, marked ''D8939'' at lower front; loop operating lever; varnished walnut forearm with steel nose cap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1947. Condition is near fine. Barrel retains approx. 95% original blue, mag tube 50%; receiver, lever and hammer show muted case colors, buttplate shows a smooth gunmetal-brown tone. Stocks are sound and smooth showing just minor marks of age and use. All edges and lettering are crisp. Action is smooth; bore is dirty toward muzzle but with defined rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)
Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #757 (Sale Order 757 of 596)

Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle, #660007, .22 S-L-LR cal., 20'' round barrel, blue finish, gumwood stock with 12-groove small forend, and standard sights, as well as a modern Lyman tang sight. Mfg'd 1928. Condition is fine retaining approx. 50% flaking original blue. Stock and forend remain mostly crisp with very minor fissures from moisture loss and shrinkage. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 57 Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 57 Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 57 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #758 (Sale Order 758 of 596)

Winchester Model 57 Bolt Action Rifle, #8500, .22 LR cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut pistol-grip stock, with one Winchester 5-round magazine. Topped with a Weaver C4 scope with drilled and tapped side-mounting scope mounts. Condition is very good having been refinished at some point, with that blue now lightly toning. Stock with light general impressions and having a repair done just behind bolt handle inlet, with an additionally loss to left side near where original peep sight (now missing) was installed. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1904 Single Shot Boy's/Varmint Rifle Winchester Model 1904 Single Shot Boy's/Varmint Rifle

Winchester Model 1904 Single Shot Boy's/Varmint Rifle

Lot #759 (Sale Order 759 of 596)

Winchester Model 1904 Single Shot Bolt Action Boy's or Varmint Rifle, NVSN, .22 S/L/LR RF cal., 21'' barrel, with dovetailed bead-blade front and notched-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1899 patent date, ''Model 1904 - 22 Short/Long or Extra Long'' and ''Winchester/Trade Mark Reg. in U.S. Pat. Off.'' on left side; action has auto extraction and knurled bolt knob; hardwood Schnabel tip ''fish-belly'' halfstock has a scrolled triggerguard, a large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and steel crescent buttplate. Condition is good. Metal surfaces show a generally smooth gunmetal gray-brown patina, with traces of blue and clear markings. Stock is sound and smooth with light use marks and much varnish finish. Action functions; bore shines with defined rifling. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R)
Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #760 (Sale Order 760 of 596)

Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #7780, .22 LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with standard sights. Mfg'd 1935. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% original factory blue. Stock with minor scratches and light impressions; hairline fissure to left side of forend. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Antique European Snider Action Forager Shotgun Antique European Snider Action Forager Shotgun

Antique European Snider Action Forager Shotgun

Lot #761 (Sale Order 761 of 596)

Antique European Snider Action Forager Shotgun, perhaps altered from a military musket, NVSN, 12 ga., 33'' thin-wall barrel with bead front sight and proofmarks at breech is marked ''Nana'' on top; hinged Snider ''trapdoor'' with matching proofmarks and a rebounding firing pin; plain steel lockplate, hammer, trigger, single spring-retained barrel band and buttplate, military style two-piece triggerguard with elongated rear tang; oil-finished one-piece European hardwood halfstock. Condition is about good, the metal parts showing a deep brown patina, the triggerguard with overall heavy pitting. Stock is sound and smooth and a possible replacement, showing a filled-in ramrod channel and what appears to be a plug in the right-side butt. Action is crisp; bore is clean. Est.: $200-$300. (Antique)
Antique American Flintlock PA-KY Rifle Antique American Flintlock PA-KY Rifle

Antique American Flintlock PA-KY Rifle

Lot #762 (Sale Order 762 of 596)

Antique American Flintlock Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle, NVSN, .44 cal., 43'' half-round half-octagonal barrel, with turned rings at the juncture and dovetailed low-blade front and simple-notch rear sights marked on top flat ''S. Zimmerman'' flanked by engraved scrolls; beveled lockplate with long pointed tail marked ''Ketland & Co.'' in script ahead of the flint cock and ''United/States'' in two vertical curved lines behind; brass furniture including two fan-shaped sideplate escutcheons, faceted triggerguard with long finger-grip rear tang, crescent buttplate with elongated lower tang, and three faceted ferrules retaining the brass-tipped hardwood ramrod; varnished tiger-striped walnut fullstock with long raised aprons on either side of lock and a carved cheekpiece. Made ca. 1810-30, and appears to be in original flintlock configuration with unbushed touchhole. Condition is very good, barrel with a deep, dark brown age patina and scattered erosion; lockplate mostly smooth gunmetal gray-brown; brass with aged patina. Stock is sound showing much original striping, normal signs of age and use, and perhaps a later coat of varnish. Markings are clear; action is extremely tight; smoothbore is clean. S. Zimmerman likely was a Pennsylvania gunmaker. Ketland & Co. were Thomas, Jr. and John, sons of the original Thomas Ketland (began gunmaking in London c. 1760), who were Philadelphia merchant princes; arms were a small part of their business. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)
Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver

Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver

Lot #763 (Sale Order 763 of 596)

Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver, NVSN, 8mm (.32) CF cal., blued 2-5/16'' barrel made integral with solid frame having a swing-out loading gate and integral gripstraps, fluted 5-shot round cylinder; frame with Belgian proofmarks on right side and a lanyard loop on the oval buttcap; straw-color hammer, trigger and cylinder spindle; checkered two-piece ebonized hardwood grips. Condition is very good, retaining approx. 60% original blue (showing scattered erosion especially on sides of barrel and on backstrap), and most straw colors. Grips are fine with sharp checkering. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $200-$350. (Antique)
Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver

Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver

Lot #764 (Sale Order 764 of 596)

Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver, #2733, 9mm (.36) CF cal., 3-1/8'' barrel (marked ''1288.12.9.0'' underneath) made integral with solid frame having a swing-out loading gate and integral gripstraps; fluted 6-shot round cylinder; frame with Belgian proofmarks on right side and a lanyard loop on the oval buttcap; finely checkered two-piece black hard rubber grips. Originally finished in full nickel plating. Condition is fine, retaining approx. 95% nickel (with scattered minor marks). Grips are excellent with sharp checkering. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $250-$450. (Antique)
Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver

Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver

Lot #765 (Sale Order 765 of 596)

Antique Belgian Double Action Pocket Revolver, by Antoine Masereel, Li‚ge, #280, 8mm (.32) CF cal., blued 3.5'' part round-part octagonal barrel made integral with solid frame having a swing-out loading gate and integral gripstraps, fluted 5-shot round cylinder; frame marked ''(crown)/A. Masereel/Li‚ge'' and ''280'' on left side, with Belgian proofmarks on right, and with a lanyard loop on the oval buttcap; straw-color hammer, trigger and cylinder spindle; checkered two-piece hardwood grips. Condition is excellent, retaining approx. 98% original deep blue and straw colors. Grips are as new with sharp checkering. Action functions; bore is brilliant with defined rifling. Est.: $250-$400. (Antique)
Target or Market Hunter's Plains-Style Perc. Rifle Target or Market Hunter's Plains-Style Perc. Rifle

Target or Market Hunter's Plains-Style Perc. Rifle

Lot #766 (Sale Order 766 of 596)

Antique Heavy Barrel Target or Market Hunter's Plains-Style Percussion Rifle, NVSN, .44 cal., 41'' heavyweight octagonal barrel with dovetailed hooded peep-style front, plugged dovetail rear, and Lyman adjustable peep tang sights; serpentine sideplate with an engraved marshland scene of a pointer dog and waterbirds marked ''Joseph Golcher'' within a curved ribbon, floral engraved hammer; brass furniture including scrolled sideplate, triggerguard having two finger rests, crescent buttplate with long top and bottom tangs, and two barrel key escutcheons; a nicely-shaped German silver patchbox with hinged door opening to trap in buttstock containing an extra ramrod tip; pewter nosecap; double set triggers; varnished walnut halfstock having a nicely carved cheek rest, aprons on either side of lock, and wrist; brass-tipped hickory ramrod retained by two brass ferrules. Condition is very good, the steel surfaces being a smooth gunmetal gray color, the brass and German silver with a light patina. Stock is smooth and solid showing only minor age/use marks and lovely grain and color. Tang sight and percussion nipple are replacements; trigger floorplate is missing. Action is smooth and strong; bore is shiny with deep rifling. Joseph Golcher of Philadelphia made flintlock and percussion gun locks circa 1825-1860, which were used by many prominent gunmakers of the era. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)
Antique English Flintlock Holster Pistol, by Ketland Antique English Flintlock Holster Pistol, by Ketland

Antique English Flintlock Holster Pistol, by Ketland

Lot #767 (Sale Order 767 of 596)

Antique English Brass Barrel Flintlock Holster Pistol, by W. Ketland, NVSN, .56 cal., 7.75'' barrel without sights, marked ''London'' on top flat portion ahead of iron tang adjacent to two deeply-struck Birmingham proofmarks; iron lockplate with long pointed rear teat marked ''W./Ketland/& Co.'' below pan; brass furniture includes serpentine sideplate, triggerguard, buttcap, two fancy fluted ramrod ferrules, and a vacant oval nameplate atop wrist; with oil-stained walnut fullstock. Mfg'd ca. 1810-1830. Pistol appears to be in original flintlock configuration, with unbushed touchhole. Condition is good, the iron with a dark brown color and occasional light rust, the brass with an aged patina; edges and markings are sharp. Stock is solid and smooth, with a secure crack below the lockplate teat, another in the ramrod channel at muzzle, and a 3''x1/2'' chip of original wood at front of lock that was re-attached and could use finishing. Upper buttcap tang could use re-fitting; ramrod is missing. A quality Ketland flint pistol deserving of some attention. William Ketland was the eldest son of Thomas Ketland, who began business in London circa 1760. Action is sticky but functions; smoothbore appears clean. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)
''Velo Dog'' Style Double Action Pocket Revolver ''Velo Dog'' Style Double Action Pocket Revolver

''Velo Dog'' Style Double Action Pocket Revolver

Lot #768 (Sale Order 768 of 596)

''Velo Dog'' Style Double Action Pocket Revolver, with folding grips and trigger, by V. Rousseaux, Anvers (Antwerp) Belgium, NVSN, 6.35mm cal., blued 1-3/16'' barrel, with tiny dovetailed blade front (and recoil shield notch rear) sight marked ''V. Rousseaux'' and ''Anvers'' on either side; blued 5-shot fluted round cylinder with long rear lead-in grooves; case hardened frame with top grip release button and right-side barrel release lever marked ''6.35'', ''LAM'' within a triangular proofmark, and ''D.D. Oury/Bte'' (Brevete, or Patent) on left side; folding brass grips with stamped vine pattern in relief, with ''Lenovo'' and ''1905'' on left and right sides, respectively. Condition is mint, as new, the barrel and cylinder retaining all of their original deep blue; the trigger, screws and release levers with bright fire blue; the frame showing lovely mottled case hardening. Grips with a soft age patina. Action is smooth (but cylinder does not lock up), bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. A French creation, Velo (short for ''velocipede,'' or bicycle) Dog revolvers were created to protect cyclists from dog attacks when the sport was all the rage in turn-of-the-century Europe. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)
Small ''Baby Bulldog'' Type Double Action Revolver Small ''Baby Bulldog'' Type Double Action Revolver

Small ''Baby Bulldog'' Type Double Action Revolver

Lot #769 (Sale Order 769 of 596)

Small ''Baby Bulldog'' Type Double Action Revolver of Likely European Origin, NVSN, .30 CF cal., 1-7/8'' barrel; round 6-shot cylinder with oval flutes and ''(crown)/(crown/U'' (probably Belgian) proofmarks; solid frame having right-side hinged loading gate and matching proofmarks, left-side safety lever, and integral gripstraps; varnished two-piece checkered hardwood grips. Overall somewhat crudely finished in blue with case hardened hammer and trigger. Condition is about very good, retaining most original blue to frame; barrel and triggerguard with scattered light erosion, cylinder and gripstraps with 50% blue. Grips with worn checkering but sound and fit well. Action functions in both single- and double-action modes; bore is clean with shallow rifling. Est.: $150-$300. (Antique)
Antique English SxS Perc. Shotgun, by Wm. Moore Antique English SxS Perc. Shotgun, by Wm. Moore

Antique English SxS Perc. Shotgun, by Wm. Moore

Lot #770 (Sale Order 770 of 596)

Antique English Side-by-Side Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun, by Wm. Moore & Co., NVSN, 12 ga., 32.25'' round barrels, with a tiny post front sight marked ''London Fine Twist'' on the wide full-length top rib; both serpentine lockplates are floral engraved and marked ''Wm. Moore & Co.''; iron furniture including three ferrules to retain the hardwood ramrod, engraved triggerguard with long rear tang, and a shotgun buttplate; two oval German silver barrel key escutcheons; varnished walnut halfstock with checkered panels at wrist and a vacant brass escutcheon below. Condition is very good. Barrels retain most of a smooth brown finish that may be original, with black powder pitting at breech area, the balance of the metal with an even brown age patina. Stock is solid with worn checkering, scattered minor age and handling marks, and badly eroded filled areas on both sides of butt. Top ramrod ferrule is missing; both hammer screws were replaced with copper rivets. Actions are strong and smooth; bores show black powder fouling but may clean. Est.: $250-$450. (Antique)
American Heavy Bbl Halfstock Perc. Sporting Rifle American Heavy Bbl Halfstock Perc. Sporting Rifle

American Heavy Bbl Halfstock Perc. Sporting Rifle

Lot #771 (Sale Order 771 of 596)

American Heavy Barrel Halfstock Percussion Sporting or Target Rifle, NVSN, .36 cal., 35.25'' octagonal barrel turned round for 1-1/8'' at muzzle for bullet starter, German silver blade front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked ''C.P. Gregory'' behind the rear sight and mounted with an unusual large oval adjustable peep tang sight; flush iron lockplate and hammer are lightly floral engraved; double set triggers; brass furniture including a scrolled finger-rest triggerguard and crescent buttplate with separate lower tang; varnished walnut ''perch belly'' halfstock with raised carved aprons on either side of lock, a single barrel pin and two German silver oval escutcheons, pewter forend cap, plain hickory ramrod retained by two iron ferrules. Mfg'd. ca. 1840s-60s. Condition is very good, the steel parts being a generally smooth gunmetal gray with black powder pitting at breech and scattered aging, the percussion nipple a modern replacement, the brass having mild toning. Stock with a 2.25'' chip out at right breech area but otherwise smooth and solid retaining much original finish. Action functions as designed; bore is shiny with deep rifling. Est.: $500-$900. (Antique)
High Quality European Perc. Holster/Belt Pistol High Quality European Perc. Holster/Belt Pistol

High Quality European Perc. Holster/Belt Pistol

Lot #772 (Sale Order 772 of 596)

Antique High Quality European Percussion Holster or Belt Pistol, having a unique side safety lever, with accompanying wood carrying case, NVSN, .52 cal., 8.25'' octagonal barrel, with a dovetailed brass blade front sight (unmarked), two silver bands at breech, and tang engraved with a bee (which might offer a clue as to its maker); engraved serpentine lockplate is fitted with a hinged safety lever that prevents the hammer from falling on the nipple when it is flipped up; ''wing''-shaped engraved iron sideplate; engraved iron triggerguard with pineapple front finial and a long rear tang; two engraved and fluted iron ferrules retain the iron tulip-head ramrod; horn nosecap; varnished European walnut fullstock with finely checkered panels at both sides of wrist, has a raised carved oval panel at butt capped with a scroll- engraved iron plate. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces are a dark gunmetal gray-brown patina showing scattered discoloration (silver barrel bands are tarnished nearly black). Stock is sound, showing scattered marks and dings of age and use and a professional wood repair at right muzzle, retaining most of its original varnish finish and sharp checkering. Action is smooth; smoothbore is clean with a patch of light etching. Hobbyist-made hardwood case lined in red velvet shows minor handling marks. Est.: $300-$450. (Antique)
Antique Heavy Barrel Perc. Muzzleloader Antique Heavy Barrel Perc. Muzzleloader

Antique Heavy Barrel Perc. Muzzleloader

Lot #773 (Sale Order 773 of 596)

Antique Heavy Barrel Percussion Muzzleloading Sporting Rifle, NVSN, .44 cal., 33.5'' heavy octagonal barrel with low German silver blade front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights marked ''G.F. Foster/Taunton/Mass.'' on top flat ahead of breech; unusual ''saw handle'' profile to steel receiver, which has loose floral engraving at sides and top; scrolled triggerguard with rear finger rest; double set triggers; oil-stained walnut forend, and buttstock with iron crescent buttplate and floral engraved fancy patchbox with hinged lid opening to trap for patches and small spare parts; plain hardwood ramrod retained by two iron under-barrel thimbles. Condition is good to very good, the barrel with a dark brown patina and the other iron parts a gunmetal gray with scattered light aging and discoloration. Buttstock is smooth with light wear and marks from use, fits short of the buttplate at the bottom, and has a 1'' crack and wood repairs at the wrist; hammer, forend and ramrod are modern replacements. Action functions; bore appears clean with deep rifling. Est.: $450-$750. (Antique)
Huge SxS Perc. Market Hunter's Shotgun Huge SxS Perc. Market Hunter's Shotgun

Huge SxS Perc. Market Hunter's Shotgun

Lot #774 (Sale Order 774 of 596)

Huge Side-by-Side Double-Barrel Percussion Big Game or Market Hunter's Shotgun, NVSN, approx. 8 ga., 40'' barrels with a small post front sight on full-length top rib and gold bands at breeches; back-action locks with engraved top tang, hammers and sideplates, and integral flash shields; double triggers; large brass triggerguard with scrolled finger rest at rear and brass ramrod ferrule at front of stock; iron buttplate with engraved top tang, and two iron ferrules retaining the brass-tipped hardwood ramrod; two barrel keys with oval German-silver escutcheons; unusual ''pecky'' hardwood halfstock having a dots-and-lines pattern scribed at wrist and a raised-carved left side cheekpiece. Unmarked as to maker, date or place of mfg. Condition is very good. Barrels exhibit much original twist pattern and otherwise gunmetal gray coloring, the other iron parts with a dark brown age patina, the brass a cleaned color. Stock is sound and generally smooth. Actions function; bores show general erosion but are clean. A large, heavy and stout gun designed for hard use. Est.: $350-$550. (Antique)
Colt 2nd Model Spurtrigger Cartridge Derringer Colt 2nd Model Spurtrigger Cartridge Derringer

Colt 2nd Model Spurtrigger Cartridge Derringer

Lot #775 (Sale Order 775 of 596)

Antique Colt 2nd Model Spurtrigger Cartridge Derringer, #8981, .41 RF cal., 2.5'' teardrop-shaped barrel is marked on top flat ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co./Hartford, CT U.S.A.'' and ''No. 2'', flanked by Maltese crosses; loosely floral-engraved iron frame with integral trigger sheath and ''bird's head'' grips, marked ''41 Cal'' in tiny letters under a right-side knurled button that releases the swing-out barrel for cartridge loading, extraction and cleaning; knurled hammer and trigger faces; varnished two-piece coarsely-checkered walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1870-90. Condition is very good. Metal with no original finish, very light scattered peppering (dings to left side of barrel), clear markings and engraving. Grips with light wear, approx. 80% original varnish and nice color. Action is smooth; bore with black powder etching and obscured rifling. Est.: $400-$700. (Antique)
Antique Colt Metallic Cartridge Pocket Revolver Antique Colt Metallic Cartridge Pocket Revolver

Antique Colt Metallic Cartridge Pocket Revolver

Lot #776 (Sale Order 776 of 596)

Antique Colt Metallic Cartridge Pocket Revolver, #4319, .38 RF cal., 3.5'' barrel, with brass post front (and hammer-notch rear) sights marked with the Colt name and address in two lines; 5-shot rebated round cylinder with the ''stagecoach hold-up'' rolled scene; frame with attached conversion ring is marked with the two-line 1871-72 patent dates; brass gripstraps marked ''36 Cal'' on left rear triggerguard bolster; varnished one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1873-80, originally with full nickel-plated finish. Condition is very good. Barrel, cylinder and frame retain approx. 15% original nickel (difficult to discern as colors match closely), cylinder with 45% light scene, gripstraps with 85% nickel. Grips are sound showing light wear and 25% original varnish. Visible serial numbers match; action is extremely tight; bore is clean showing general black powder erosion and distinct rifling. As evidenced by its unique barrel contour and serial number, this gun was Colt factory produced as a cartridge gun, and not converted from surplus percussion parts (with the exception of the ''36 Cal''-marked gripstraps). Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)
Remington-Elliot 4-Barrel No. 2 Derringer Remington-Elliot 4-Barrel No. 2 Derringer

Remington-Elliot 4-Barrel No. 2 Derringer

Lot #777 (Sale Order 777 of 596)

Antique Remington-Elliot 4-Barrel ''New Repeating Pistol No. 2'' Ring-Trigger Derringer, #15575, .32 RF cal., 3-3/8'' stationary barrel group, with blade front (and frame-groove rear) sights marked with the Remington name and address on left rib, and two ''Elliot's Patents'' dates on right; frame with integral gripstraps and ring-trigger guard spur; varnished two-piece rosewood grips. Sliding latch releases tip-up barrel group for loading/extraction/cleaning. Double-action internal revolving striker. Mfg'd ca. 1863-88. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finish but a smooth gunmetal gray-brown patina with clear markings and a few minor dings on butt. Grips are smooth and unmarked with approx. 80% original varnish. Barrel hinge is sound; action functions as designed; bores are dirty with defined rifling and should clean. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)
Civil War S&W No. 2 Old Model Army Revolver Civil War S&W No. 2 Old Model Army Revolver

Civil War S&W No. 2 Old Model Army Revolver

Lot #778 (Sale Order 778 of 596)

Civil War Smith & Wesson No. 2 ''Old Model Army'' Tip-Up Spurtrigger Revolver, #18577, .32 Long RF cal., 6'' octagonal barrel, with blade front (and cylinder-stop notch rear) sights marked with maker's name and address on full-length top rib; 6-shot round cylinder is marked with 1855-60 patent dates on its central periphery; frame with integral top barrel hinge, spurtrigger sheath, and straight gripstraps, is marked ''C.F.'' (?) in Gothic letters over ''U.S.A.'' and ''18577'' on butt; varnished two-piece rosewood grips. Mfg'd ca. 1861-74. Condition is good+ as professionally refinished in full nickel plate, with sharp markings and edges. Barrel hinge is sound; action is smooth and sure; bore is shiny with deep rifling. These Civil War-production Old Model Armys were very popular with Union officers and enlisted men (as likely evidenced by this gun's butt marking). Gen. George A. Custer owned a pair and, in 1874, Wild Bill Hickok was carrying one on the night he was assassinated in Deadwood. Est.: $400-$650. (Antique)
Antique Engraved S&W No. 1 3rd Issue Revolver Antique Engraved S&W No. 1 3rd Issue Revolver

Antique Engraved S&W No. 1 3rd Issue Revolver

Lot #779 (Sale Order 779 of 596)

Antique Engraved Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 Third Issue Spurtrigger Revolver, with ivory grips, #22510, .22 Short RF cal., 3-1/8'' tip-up barrel, with blade front (and cylinder-stop notch rear) sights marked with the maker's name, address and 1855-60 patent dates on full-length top rib; 7-shot fluted round cylinder with engraved flourishes between flutes; frame with floral engraving on a stippled background, an integral top barrel hinge, spurtrigger sheath, and ''bird's head'' gripstraps, is marked ''22510'' on butt; plain two-piece ivory grips. Mfg'd ca. 1868-81. Condition is very good. Metal retains traces of original blued finish, barrel address is weak, engraving is sharp. Grips with an ivory patch to right side but otherwise smooth with nice color. Barrel hinge is sound; action is smooth and tight; bore is clean with deep rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Antique)
Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver

Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver

Lot #780 (Sale Order 780 of 596)

Antique Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver, #126708, .31 cal., 5'' octagonal barrel, with brass pin front (and hammer-notch rear) sights marked with the two-line Colt name and address; 5-shot round cylinder with the rolled ''stagecoach hold-up'' scene; frame is marked ''Colts/Patent'' on left side, and ''O'' under serial number; brass gripstraps have a ''V'' on left bolster of the small rounded triggerguard; varnished one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd 1856. Condition is good+. Steel parts retain no original finish, having been cleaned to ''bright'' over scattered moderate pitting, cylinder with no scene remaining and dings over its circumference; brass gripstraps with a cleaned patina. Grips smooth, likely having been sanded, and fit fractionally small. Markings are generally clear; wedge screw is a replacement; all serial numbers match including lever, wedge, and cylinder arbor. Action is smooth; bore shows light etching with distinct rifling. Est.: $350-$500. (Antique)
Ruger Old Army Black Powder Perc. Revolver Ruger Old Army Black Powder Perc. Revolver

Ruger Old Army Black Powder Perc. Revolver

Lot #781 (Sale Order 781 of 596)

Ruger Old Army Black Powder Percussion Single Action Revolver, #145-81467, .44 cal., 7.5'' barrel, stainless steel, smooth wood grips with Ruger ''Silver Eagle'' medallions, blade front sight with added red paint, and fully adjustable square-notched rear sight. Condition is fine overall with scattered light handling marks and a few scratches to the wood and metal. Factory lettering is clear and crisp. Sound grips with clean medallions. Cylinder with a light index line, crisp action, excellent bore. Overall a nice lightly used revolver. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern) (This revolver is not classified as an antique and does require an FFL.)
Ruger ''Old Model'' Blackhawk Single Action Revolver Ruger ''Old Model'' Blackhawk Single Action Revolver

Ruger ''Old Model'' Blackhawk Single Action Revolver

Lot #782 (Sale Order 782 of 596)

Early 1960's Ruger ''Old Model'' Blackhawk Single Action Revolver, #36480, .357 mag. cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, black aluminum alloy XR3 grip frame, faux stag grips, blade front sight on fixed base, ''Micro'' rear sight is adjustable for both windage and elevation. Trigger with added shoe. Mfg'd 1961. Condition overall is very good. Barrel and frame retain approx. 80%-85% thinning and toning blue finish, ejector rod housing with mild brown toning; alloy grip frame with approx. 60% finish. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Faux stag grips with only light handling wear, no chips or cracks. Sides of hammer with patches of dark spotting. Front sight with added white paint. Crisp action; bright bore with defined rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)
Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible Revolver Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible Revolver

Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible Revolver

Lot #783 (Sale Order 783 of 596)

Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible Single Action Revolver, #264-89035, with both .22 LR and .22 Win. mag. cylinders, 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth rosewood grips with Ruger ''black eagle'' medallions, and standard fixed sights. In the original gray plastic Ruger case with matching end label, gun lock, owner's manual, and misc. paperwork. Condition is excellent appearing unfired, approx. 98% original finish remains. Although this revolver appears unfired, parts of the barrel, cylinder, and hammer do have intermittent tiny specks of oxidation, most likely from prolonged storage. .22 Magnum cylinder appears unturned; .22 LR cylinder with a faint line between a few of the notches. Grips and bore are also excellent. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern)
Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver

Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver

Lot #784 (Sale Order 784 of 596)

Like New Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver, #93-39851, .22 LR cal., 4'' barrel, dark blue finish, smooth rosewood grips, cylinder with standard roll engraving, and standard fixed sights. In the original gray plastic Ruger case with matching end label, gun lock, owner's manual, and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent and looks as new and unfired; cylinder appears unturned. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Henry ''Big Boy'' Model H006M Lever Action Rifle Henry ''Big Boy'' Model H006M Lever Action Rifle

Henry ''Big Boy'' Model H006M Lever Action Rifle

Lot #785 (Sale Order 785 of 596)

Henry ''Big Boy'' Model H006M Lever Action Rifle, #BB0083805M, .357 mag/.38 Spec. cal., 20'' octagonal barrel, dark blue finish, brass receiver, buttplate, and barrel band; straight grip walnut stock and forend, dovetailed front sight with brass bead and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Included is the original box with matching end label. Rifle is in excellent condition and retains approx. 99%+ blue finish. Brass surfaces with a few minor handling marks. Wood is also excellent with only a few light scratches near toe of buttstock. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)
Winchester Model 94 Canadian '67 Centennial Rifle Winchester Model 94 Canadian '67 Centennial Rifle

Winchester Model 94 Canadian '67 Centennial Rifle

Lot #786 (Sale Order 786 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Canadian '67 Centennial Lever Action Rifle, #76465, .30-30 cal., 26'' octagonal barrel, blue finish, gloss-finished straight-grip walnut stock, blued steel buttplate, tall blade front sight with silver bead and sporting rear sight with elevator. Both sides of receiver with standard roll engraving; upper tang is marked ''CANADIAN CENTENNIAL '67''; right side of barrel ''Canadian Centennial 1867-1967''. Metal is very good with approx. 97% remaining original finish with some light scratching to the receiver; lever is lightly rusted. Forend is very good with scattered light handling marks. Buttstock is in good condition with thinning and finish loss at the toe and lower portion of the stock. Crisp action, hammer and trigger operate smoothly; bright bore with excellent defined rifling. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #787 (Sale Order 787 of 596)

Post-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #3573797, .30-30 cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut stock and forend, with all standard features. Condition is excellent with small finish loss near loading gate, very small area of discoloration to left upper edge of frame, and one very small impression to left top edge of forend. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver

Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver

Lot #788 (Sale Order 788 of 596)

Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver, with flat loading gate, #11707, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, black aluminum alloy XR3 grip frame, checkered hard rubber Ruger grips, with standard fixed rear sight, front sight blade is missing. Mfg'd in 1955. Metal surfaces rate at about good to very good overall with approx. 80%-85% remaining original finish; most of the finish loss occurs on the blued steel surfaces; grip frame with only scattered small handling marks to the black finish, mainly on the butt. Factory lettering is clear. Sides of hammer with some darkening. Grips rate as fine for their age, no chips or cracks, checkering shows little wear; black paint finish in the Ruger logo with a few small spots of flaking. Excellent crisp action and mirror bright bore. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
H&R Model 1871 Buffalo Classic Rifle H&R Model 1871 Buffalo Classic Rifle

H&R Model 1871 Buffalo Classic Rifle

Lot #789 (Sale Order 789 of 596)

Harrington & Richardson Model 1871 Buffalo Classic Single Shot Rifle, #265632, .45-70 cal., 32'' blued steel barrel, side lever action, with color case hardened frame, checkered straight grip walnut stock and forend, with color case hardened steel buttplate. Sights include a globe front sight and barrel mounted rear Williams peep sight. Top of barrel is stamped ''Buffalo Classic''. Condition overall is excellent, showing just light handling marks to the wood and metal. Barrel retains approx. 99% original blue finish. Factory lettering is clear. Checkering is sharp. Excellent action and bore; rifling is crisp. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #790 (Sale Order 790 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #4397357, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''Proof Steel'' barrel, blue finish; straight grip walnut stock, checkered black composition Winchester buttplate. Sights include a hooded silver beaded blade front, sporting rear sight with elevator. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1976. Rifle is in very good overall condition as partially refinished. Barrel and magazine tube retain approx. 95% original blue; right side of magazine tube with an approx. 3'' very thin scratch; barrel address is crisp. Receiver retains approx. 98% reblued finish with scattered faint scratches to the right side, as well as a little reddish brown freckling to the upper tang. Forend is original with moderate handling marks. Buttstock has been lightly sanded and refinished with scattered very light handling marks, right inside edge at the upper tang with a small sliver missing and a small gap at the adjoining surfaces; left rear section is nicely figured. Excellent crisp action and bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Mitchell Arms Single Action Revolver Mitchell Arms Single Action Revolver

Mitchell Arms Single Action Revolver

Lot #791 (Sale Order 791 of 596)

Mitchell Arms Single Action Revolver, #47403, .45 LC cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened frame, brass triggerguard, one-piece smooth walnut grips, blade front sight on ramped base and square-notched rear sight adjustable for both windage and elevation. Barrel and frame with visible matching numbers. Mfg'd in Italy by Uberti. Condition overall is very good. Approx. 97% original blue finish remains. Cylinder has toned to a light plum color with scattered slight scratches and a thin index line. Factory lettering, proofmarks, etc. are clear and defined. Brass shows mild even toning. Grips retain a majority of their semi-gloss finish, with minor shallow marks from handling; right grip with a very small and thin sliver missing at the upper corner where the grip meets the frame. Excellent crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver

Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver

Lot #792 (Sale Order 792 of 596)

Ruger New Bearcat Single Action Revolver, #93-14858, .22 LR cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, cylinder with standard engraving, smooth rosewood grips with Ruger ''Silver Eagle'' medallions, fixed sights. In original gray plastic Ruger case with matching end label, owner's manual, and misc. factory paperwork. Revolver is in excellent overall condition, appearing near new. Cylinder looks as if it was turned very little, with only the slightest index line between a few of the cylinder stop notches. Approx. 99%+ original finish remains on both the metal and grips, with only a few very minor handling marks. Factory lettering is crisp. Bore is mirror bright. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern/PPT)
Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Bisley Single Action Revolver Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Bisley Single Action Revolver

Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Bisley Single Action Revolver

Lot #793 (Sale Order 793 of 596)

Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Bisley Single Action Revolver, #85-50080, .44 mag. cal., barrel has been shortened to 4-5/8'' and appears to have been professionally done with slightly beveled outside edge; blue finish, oversized finger grooved smooth wood grips by Eagle Grips, red ramp front sight and fully adjustable rear sight. Condition overall is very good as modified, with approx. 95% original blue finish remaining. Frame has toned to an even light plum colored finish. Grips with scattered small impressions and marks from handling, including a few lined impressions to bottom edge of left grip. Hammer and trigger operate smoothly. Bright bore rates near excellent. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)
Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver

Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver

Lot #794 (Sale Order 794 of 596)

Early Ruger Old Model Single Six Revolver, with flat loading gate, #55570, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, black aluminum alloy XR3 grip frame, checkered hard rubber Ruger grips, with standard fixed sights. Mfg'd 1957. Metal surfaces rate at about good to very good overall, with approx. 80%-85% remaining original finish; most of the finish loss occurs on the blued steel surfaces; grip frame with only scattered small handling marks to the black finish. Factory lettering is clear. Grips rate as fine for their age, no chips or cracks, checkering shows little wear; black paint finish in the Ruger logo with some flaking, mainly on the left grip. Excellent crisp action and bright and shiny bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Marlin Model 336 Lever Action Carbine Marlin Model 336 Lever Action Carbine

Marlin Model 336 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #795 (Sale Order 795 of 596)

Marlin Model 336 Lever Action Carbine, #72113844, .30-30 cal., 20'' round micro-groove ''JM'' marked barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with fluted comb, factory black plastic Marlin buttplate, grip cap, quick-release sling swivels, and brown leather sling. Brass beaded front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight with elevator, and gold-colored trigger. Hammer spur with added extension. Topped with a Bausch & Lomb Balfor Scope on 1'' Weaver rings; scope with a target dot reticle and gloss black finish. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98%+ original blue finish, showing just light handling marks to the wood and metal. Factory lettering is clear. Action is a little stiff at the very beginning and end of the cycle, bright bore with sharp micro-groove rifling. Scope is also excellent with clear optics. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern)
Marlin Model 336RC Lever Action Carbine Marlin Model 336RC Lever Action Carbine

Marlin Model 336RC Lever Action Carbine

Lot #796 (Sale Order 796 of 596)

Marlin Model 336RC Lever Action Carbine, #AB64194, .30-30 cal., 20'' micro-groove ''JM'' marked barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with fluted comb, semi-gloss finish, and factory black plastic Marlin buttplate. Hooded brass beaded front sight, flat-top sporting rear sight with elevator, and gold-colored trigger. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped. Condition is very good retaining approx. 95% original blue, with scattered slight scratches on the frame and muzzle; lever with a little brown toning. Barrel address with crisp raised edges, one number in the serial is a little worn but visible. Stock retains most of an added semi-gloss varnish over general small impressions and normal handling marks and field wear. Crisp action, excellent bore with sharp micro-groove rifling. Mfg'd in 1966. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
E.M.F. Hartford Model Single Action Army Revolver E.M.F. Hartford Model Single Action Army Revolver

E.M.F. Hartford Model Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #797 (Sale Order 797 of 596)

E.M.F. Hartford Model Single Action Army Revolver, with belt and holster, #154491, .357 mag. cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, color case hardened frame and hammer, smooth one-piece hardwood grips, and standard sights. Included is a brown leather Viking cartridge belt and holster, belt is size 38M. Made in Italy, with proofmarks near the serial number and on cylinder. Revolver is in excellent as new overall condition retaining approx. 99% original blue and very nice vivid case colors; top edge of backstrap with two very small spots of finish loss. Grips retain all of their varnish with a few shallow marks from handling. Cylinder with only a very faint index line, factory lettering is clear. Bright bore with excellent rifling. Holster is in very good used condition with general moderate surface scuffs, etc. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)
Browning 1886 Ltd. Ed. Grade 1 Lever Action Rifle Browning 1886 Ltd. Ed. Grade 1 Lever Action Rifle

Browning 1886 Ltd. Ed. Grade 1 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #798 (Sale Order 798 of 596)

Browning Model 1886 Limited Edition Grade I Lever Action Rifle, #01620NY1C7, .45-70 cal., 22'' round barrel, blue finish, straight grip walnut stock and forend, with crescent steel buttplate, pinned blade front sight and folding ladder rear sight, with saddle ring. Metal rates as fine retaining approx. 97% original blue, frame with intermittent light scratches, factory lettering is clear. Wood is fair with dings and marks, most appear to be from poor storage; bottom of forend with a larger gouge. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. One of 7,000 rifles produced for one year, 1986. Made in Japan. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)
Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Rifle

Lot #799 (Sale Order 799 of 596)

Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Rifle, #6362896, .30-30 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, black composition Winchester buttplate, with tall blade front sight, sporting rear sight with elevator, hammer extension, and cross bolt safety. Metal surfaces are in fine overall condition with approx. 97% remaining original finish; barrel and magazine tube with intermittent moderate scratches and handling marks; left side of frame with a few spots of edgewear. Wood is fair; right side of wrist is cracked above the checkering and even so feels solid. Both the stock and forend with pressure dents and scratches, some of which occurs in the checkering; edge of buttstock is a little rough where it meets the buttplate with some flaking and a cracked surface layer that remains intact. Crisp lever action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern)
Uberti ''Cattleman'' Copy of Colt 1873 Single Action Revolver Uberti ''Cattleman'' Copy of Colt 1873 Single Action Revolver

Uberti ''Cattleman'' Copy of Colt 1873 Single Action Revolver

Lot #800 (Sale Order 800 of 596)

Uberti ''Cattleman'' Copy of the Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, #108591, .45 Long Colt cal., blued 7.5'' barrel, with integral tall-blade front and top-strap groove rear sights, marked with maker's name and address on top, and ''S.A. Cal. 45'' at left breech; blued 6-shot fluted round cylinder; case hardened frame, hammer and swing-out loading gate (numbered ''591''); blued steel gripstraps; one-piece faux ivory grips. Condition is as new and apparently unfired, as blued surfaces retain 100% deep original finish; case hardened frame and hammer show brilliant colors; grips are unmarked and fit perfectly. Action and lock-up are smooth and sure; bore is brilliant with full interior blue and sharp rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern/PPT)
Marlin Model 336A Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 336A Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 336A Lever Action Rifle

Lot #801 (Sale Order 801 of 596)

Marlin Model 336A Lever Action Rifle, #00093094, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''JM'' marked micro-groove barrel, blue finish, cross-bolt safety, checkered pistol-grip hardwood stock with diamond center checkering, black plastic Marlin buttplate, and sling swivel studs. Sights include a brass beaded blade front with hood and notched rear with elevation adjustment screw; receiver is factory drilled and tapped. Metal rates as excellent overall, retaining approx. 98% original finish with intermittent small scratches. Wood is serviceable and good overall with surface dents and scratches, several of which are located within the checkering pattern. Crisp action, bore is like new. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern)
Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle

Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle

Lot #802 (Sale Order 802 of 596)

Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle, #01369NP247, .454 Casull cal., 28'' octagonal barrel, dark blue finish; straight grip checkered walnut stock and Schnabel forend with gloss finish, black rubber Browning recoil pad, and quick-release sling swivels, with dovetailed Rocky Mountain type front sight, buckhorn rear sight with elevator, and gold-colored trigger. Metal is near excellent with approx. 97%+ original blue, a scratch and edgewear to bottom of barrel accounts for most of the finish loss. Stock is serviceable and in good condition showing considerable scuffs and scratches from poor storage, checkering with a handful of scattered small flat spots. Excellent action, bright bore. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern)
Marlin Model 39M Lever Action Carbine Marlin Model 39M Lever Action Carbine

Marlin Model 39M Lever Action Carbine

Lot #803 (Sale Order 803 of 596)

Marlin Model 39M Lever Action Carbine, #18279260, .22 S-L-LR cal., 20'' JM marked micro-groove barrel, straight grip hardwood stock and forend with semi-gloss finish, black plastic Marlin buttplate, sling swivels, brass beaded blade front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Metal retains approx. 96% original blue finish and rates as very good overall, with scattered light scratches and small handling marks; factory lettering is clear and defined. Wood is serviceable and in fair overall condition with several dings and scratches, no chips or cracks; an added coat of varnish has been applied to the buttstock. Excellent crisp action, clean bore with sharp micro-groove rifling. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern)
Winchester Model 1895 Grade I Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1895 Grade I Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1895 Grade I Lever Action Rifle

Lot #804 (Sale Order 804 of 596)

Winchester Model 1895 Grade I Lever Action Rifle, #07NR701067, .270 cal., 24'' round barrel, blue finish, oil-finished checkered straight grip walnut stock and Schnabel forend with a smooth steel buttplate, pinned blade front sight and buckhorn rear sight, and tang mounted safety. Made in Japan. Condition is very good retaining approx. 96% original blue, metal with scratches and storage wear, including edgewear on right side of frame; factory lettering is crisp and clear. Wood with several pressure dents and scratches, including a larger impression on right side near tip of forend; checkering shows a little wear with a majority being sharp and unmarred. Excellent action, bright bore with sharp rifling, internally a clean rifle that does not appear to have been fired often. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)
1st Year Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Revolver 1st Year Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Revolver

1st Year Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Revolver

Lot #805 (Sale Order 805 of 596)

1st Year Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Single Action Revolver, #2755, .41 Mag. cal., 6-1/2'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips with Ruger ''black eagle'' medallions; standard sights include a blade front and fully adjustable rear. Mfg'd 1965. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 97% original finish, metal with scattered small surface nicks and scratches, cylinder with a thin index line. The right upper edge of frame with a small spot of fine pitting, right side of the hammer is lightly pitted overall. Grips with shallow scratches and small impressions. Good smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)
Interarms Virginian Dragoon Single Action Revolver Interarms Virginian Dragoon Single Action Revolver

Interarms Virginian Dragoon Single Action Revolver

Lot #806 (Sale Order 806 of 596)

Interarms Virginian Dragoon Single Action Revolver, #S34842, .44 mag. cal., 7.5'' barrel, satin stainless finish, smooth semi-glossed finish two-piece walnut grips, blade front sight, fully adjustable rear that is missing the sight blade. Condition is good with several small nicks and scratches to the metal; grips with impressions. Factory lettering on the metal is clear. Excellent crisp action, bore with some stubborn powder fouling but should clean to near excellent. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Francotte Side-by-Side Shotgun Francotte Side-by-Side Shotgun

Francotte Side-by-Side Shotgun

Lot #807 (Sale Order 807 of 596)

Francotte Side-by-Side Shotgun, #62806, 12 ga., 26.75'' blue barrels choked Full/Mod., 2-1/2'' chambers, banknote scroll engraved case hardened boxlock frame, round-knob checkered walnut stock and splinter-type forend, double trigger, auto safety, extractors only, and Greener crossbolt. Top of barrels marked ''Auguste Francotte Brevete A Liege''. Condition is very good. Barrels retain approx. 80% thinning blue. Case hardened frame retains about 40% case colors, with light general toning over that. Stock with near heavy wear to checkering, with moderate scratches and scuffs to butt. Good action, bright bores. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Belgian Side-by-Side Double Barrel Shotgun Belgian Side-by-Side Double Barrel Shotgun

Belgian Side-by-Side Double Barrel Shotgun

Lot #808 (Sale Order 808 of 596)

Belgian Side-by-Side Double Barrel Shotgun, #241, 12/12 ga., 30.5'' barrels, with full-length matted rib marked ''(partially illegible) Belgium'' near breech; steel receiver marked ''Criterion'' on left side, and ''The Interchangeable'' on right, has matching curved hammers, floating firing pins, top break-open lever, two triggers, and loop triggerguard; oil-finished and checkered splinter forend, matching pistol-grip buttstock checkered at wrist and with a vacant German-silver six-pointed star beneath. Condition is very good. Metal parts show an overall brown age patina and scattered light erosion. Stocks are sound and generally smooth, with age and use marks, worn checkering, a pheasant taking wing and a pointer dog carved into each side of buttstock, and a later-added red rubber buttpad and coat of varnish. Actions function smoothly; smoothbores are shiny. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun

L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun

Lot #809 (Sale Order 809 of 596)

L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun, #67590, 16 ga., 28'' game rib barrel choked Full/Full, 2-1/2'' chambers, non-factory blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and splinter forend, later added brown Pachmayr rubber butt pad, double triggers, manual safety, and extractors only. Mfg'd 1912. Condition is very good as refinished, with later style blue retaining approx. 97% inky black tones to all metal components, including side lockplates. Stock has been sanded and refinished with oil darkening near metal contact points. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Stevens-Springfield SxS Shotgun Stevens-Springfield SxS Shotgun

Stevens-Springfield SxS Shotgun

Lot #810 (Sale Order 810 of 596)

Stevens-Springfield Side-by-Side Double Barrel Shotgun, #E76418, 12 ga., 30'' barrels with bead front sight on full-length grooved rib and auto extractors are choked M/IM, marked ''Selected Forged Steel'' on right and ''Proof Tested 12 Gauge'' on left; steel receiver marked ''Springfield'' over J. Stevens name and address in three lines; plain varnished walnut forend and pistol-grip buttstock with rubber pad. Condition is very good, the barrels retaining most of what may be a later brown finish, the receiver gunmetal gray with what appears to be a wiped brownish stain overall. Stocks are smooth and solid having pleasing grain and color. Action functions, bores are bright. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R)
Churchill by Kassner Field Grade O/U Shotgun Churchill by Kassner Field Grade O/U Shotgun

Churchill by Kassner Field Grade O/U Shotgun

Lot #811 (Sale Order 811 of 596)

Churchill by Kassner Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #129344. 20 ga. 28'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked IC/Full. Boxlock action features a single non-selective trigger, auto safety and simple extractors. Receiver is lightly roll engraved. The Field Grade wood has a high gloss finish with pressed checkering and original buttplate. Mfg'd 1987. Condition is very good, with many small handling marks to wood but little wear to action, which locks tight; bores are very good. Est.: $400-$550. (Modern)
Remington Model 870TB Trap Pump Shotgun Remington Model 870TB Trap Pump Shotgun

Remington Model 870TB Trap Pump Shotgun

Lot #812 (Sale Order 812 of 596)

Remington Model 870TB Trap Pump Action Shotgun, #S767959V, 12 ga., 30'' vent rib barrel with white bead front sight and silver bead mid-sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, choked Mod., blue finish; nicely figured fleur-de-lis pressed checkered select walnut stock with Remington grip cap, and vented red rubber Remington recoil pad. Condition is excellent for this very lightly used shotgun, approx. 98%+ metal finish remain. Inside of trigger assembly in front of trigger with a small ''W'' scratched into the surface, this is only visible if the gun is flipped upside down. Wood with a few normal slight handling marks, mainly on the wrist and forend; clean unmarred press checkering. Excellent crisp action and clean mirror bright bore. Est.: $350-$500. (Modern)
Charles Daly Single Barrel Trap Shotgun Charles Daly Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

Charles Daly Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

Lot #813 (Sale Order 813 of 596)

Charles Daly Single Barrel Trap Shotgun, #98310. 12 ga. 32'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked IM. Similar in configuration to an early Browning BT-99, the boxlock action features no safety and an auto ejector. Receiver is nicely scroll engraved, and the buttstock features a pewter grip cap with engraved initials ''REF'', with a supreme recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 12.75''x1.5''x1.5''. Mfg'd approx. 1970 in Japan by Miroku. Condition is good to very good, with a wood splice done to the buttstock to change the comb, heavy wear to the checkering, one significant crack to the wrist, and one lesser crack to the aft end of the forestock. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern)
Amantino/Stoeger SxS Coach Shotgun Amantino/Stoeger SxS Coach Shotgun

Amantino/Stoeger SxS Coach Shotgun

Lot #814 (Sale Order 814 of 596)

E.R. Amantino/Stoeger Side-by-Side Double Barrel Coach Shotgun, #506064-02, 12 ga, 20'' barrels with brass bead front sight, 3'' chamber, choked Mod/IC. Metal with a nickel finish, double triggers, and extractors; checkered straight grip walnut stock and forend, black composition buttplate. Made in Brazil by E.R. Amantino and imported by Stoeger. Shotgun is in good overall condition. Metal with no noticeable flaking or finish loss; nickel finish with general mild dark surface spotting. Wood with shallow scratches and handling marks; left side near the comb tip with an area of concentrated vertical pressure dents/scratches. Very good action and bores; bores are mostly bright with spots of powder and plastic wad residue that would improve with a thorough cleaning. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern)
Remington 870 Express Magnum Pump Shotgun Remington 870 Express Magnum Pump Shotgun

Remington 870 Express Magnum Pump Shotgun

Lot #815 (Sale Order 815 of 596)

Remington 870 Express Magnum Pump Action Shotgun, #C986766M, 12 ga., 26'' vent rib barrel with silver bead front sight, 3'' chamber, internal screw in Mod. choke; metal with a matte finish. Checkered pistol-grip synthetic stock with camouflage pattern, black rubber Remington recoil pad; right side of buttstock is marked ''NRA''. Metal rates as very good with some scuffs to the matte surfaces; receiver with a little speckled oxidation. Stock is near excellent with a only a few light handling marks; left side of buttstock with one small chip to the camouflage finish. Crisp action, excellent bright bore. Est.: $150-$300. (Modern)
Browning Lt. Twelve Model Auto-5 Semi-Auto Shotgun Browning Lt. Twelve Model Auto-5 Semi-Auto Shotgun

Browning Lt. Twelve Model Auto-5 Semi-Auto Shotgun

Lot #816 (Sale Order 816 of 596)

Browning Light Twelve Model Auto-5 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #05519PY211. 12 ga. 26'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and is fitted for Invector Plus choke tubes (Mod. installed). Auto-5 receiver is deep blued, dark walnut wood has high-gloss urethane finish, and original Browning buttplate. Action is complete, with magazine cutoff and speed-loading feature. Mfg'd by Miroku in Japan for Browning in 1982. Condition internally is excellent. Gun has suffered from rough handling and sustained several stock gouges, plus an approx. 2'' piece missing at the toe. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Ithaca/SKB Model 200E Side-by-Side Shotgun Ithaca/SKB Model 200E Side-by-Side Shotgun

Ithaca/SKB Model 200E Side-by-Side Shotgun

Lot #817 (Sale Order 817 of 596)

Ithaca/SKB Model 200E Side-by-Side Shotgun, #S5206969. 12 ga. 29'' solid rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Scalloped boxlock action has lockup via dual underlugs and features a single selective trigger, auto safety and auto ejectors. Receiver is scroll engraved and silver plated. The full beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are above-average walnut, with high-gloss finish and good checkering coverage; length of pull is 15'' to an adjustable Morgan butt pad. Mfg'd approx. 1970. Functionally the condition is excellent. The triggers and ejectors function correctly and lockup is tight; bores are bright. However, the left-hand side of the receiver has become discolored and some of the plating is delaminating at wear points. Buttstock has a few small handling marks, but more importantly has several cracks at its junctions with the rear of the receiver, and should be repaired before attempting to fire the gun. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Lanber Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun Lanber Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun

Lanber Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun

Lot #818 (Sale Order 818 of 596)

Lanber Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #1808-05081-96-1276. 12 ga. 29.5'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Boxlock action features single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Satin-finished receiver is roll engraved with game scenes; Field Grade wood has pressed checkering and original recoil pad. Mfg'd approx. 1970s. Condition is good with many gouges to the wood from poor handling. Action is extremely tight but appears to function well. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Interstate Arms Corp. (IAC) Model 87 Shotgun Interstate Arms Corp. (IAC) Model 87 Shotgun

Interstate Arms Corp. (IAC) Model 87 Shotgun

Lot #819 (Sale Order 819 of 596)

Interstate Arms Corp. (IAC) Model 87 Lever Action Shotgun, #0606180, 12 ga., 20'' barrel with brass bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, CYL bore; round knob pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with checkered black plastic buttplate. Lever is decorated with leather wrap. In original box with matching end label. Made in China. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 99% original blue and the metal appears as new. Wood is near excellent with scattered light handling marks. Crisp action, bright bore. Patterned after the Winchester Model 1887 shotgun. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern)
Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Shotgun Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Shotgun

Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Shotgun

Lot #820 (Sale Order 820 of 596)

Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Action Shotgun, #1018638W, 16 ga., 25.5'' vent rib barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, barrel is marked ''IMP. CYL.'', choke gauge reads CYL bore, blue finish; fleur-de-lis press checkered pistol-grip wood stock with gloss finish, brown plastic Remington buttplate and grip cap; grip cap with an added sling swivel stud; LOP is 13-7/8''. Magazine tube cap also has a sling swivel stud. Metal rates as near excellent with approx. 95% original finish, a few rub marks on sides of barrel and wear to the triggerguard account for most of the finish loss. Wood is also near excellent with scattered shallow handling marks, mainly at the wrist and bottom edge of buttstock; 99% of the semi-gloss varnish remains, press checkering shows no visible wear. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern)
Browning Auto-5 Semi-Automatic Shotgun Browning Auto-5 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Browning Auto-5 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Lot #821 (Sale Order 821 of 596)

Browning Auto-5 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #421602. 12 ga. 22'' plain barrel has been shortened to accommodate the installation of a Cutts Compensator with variable choke device. Action is Auto-5 standard weight with later crossbolt safety. Wood is Field Grade walnut, with slender forend and round knob pistol grip; Pachmayr Whiteline recoil pad installed. Mfg'd 1953. Condition is very good, with carry wear to the receiver and numerous handling marks to the wood. Action functions correctly and bore is bright. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Browning A500 Semi-Automatic Shotgun Browning A500 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Browning A500 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Lot #822 (Sale Order 822 of 596)

Browning A500 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #751PN09834, 12 ga., 26'' vent rib barrel with silver bead front sight, 3'' chamber, screw in IC invector choke, with magazine cutoff, blue finish, receiver with standard light roll engraving, gold colored trigger. Checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend with semi-gloss finish, vented black rubber Browning recoil pad; LOP is 14.25''. Condition is very good, metal retains approx. 85%-90% original finish with general light scratching and field wear. Wood with scattered impressions and handling marks, most of the finish remains; forend checkering shows light wear. Roll engraving and factory lettering is clear. Good action; bright clean bore. Made in Belgium, assembled in Portugal. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern)
Browning BPS Upland Special Slide-Action Shotgun Browning BPS Upland Special Slide-Action Shotgun

Browning BPS Upland Special Slide-Action Shotgun

Lot #823 (Sale Order 823 of 596)

Browning BPS Upland Special Slide-Action Shotgun, #04707ZV121, 12 ga., 22'' vent rib barrel with silver bead front sight, 3'' chamber, Mod. Invector choke; straight grip oil-finished walnut stock with point checkering at the wrist and forend, black rubber Browning recoil pad, with gold-colored trigger and receiver-mounted safety. Included is a black plastic Browning hard case, gun lock, two (2) additional Invector chokes (Mod./Imp. Cyl.), choke tool, owner's manual, and misc. factory paperwork. Shotgun is in excellent as new overall condition retaining approx. 99%+ original blue finish. Wood with only a few small handling marks, checkering is sharp and shows no visible wear. Crisp action; excellent bright, clean bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Lames Model 801 Over/Under Shotgun Lames Model 801 Over/Under Shotgun

Lames Model 801 Over/Under Shotgun

Lot #824 (Sale Order 824 of 596)

Lames Model 801 Over/Under Shotgun, #2923, 12 ga., 3'' chambers, choked Full/Mod., 26'' vent rib barrels, blue finish, machine-turned breechblock, roll engraved game scenes to boxlock receiver, single trigger, manual safety with ejectors; checkered walnut stock and forend, with black rubber butt pad, and sling swivels. Condition is very good retaining approx. 92%+ factory blue. Stock with scuffs and losses to varnish. Good action, bright bores. Est.: $350-$500. (Modern)
Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Shotgun Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Shotgun

Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Shotgun

Lot #825 (Sale Order 825 of 596)

Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Action Shotgun, #V624365X, 20 ga., 28'' vent rib barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, Full choke, blue finish; press checkered pistol-grip wood stock with gloss finish, vented brown rubber Remington recoil pad, and grip cap; LOP is 13.75''. Metal rates as near excellent with approx. 96% blue finish; barrel with mild plum-colored toning and intermittent small marks. Wood is fine with scattered shallow handling marks, most of which have not broken the surface, nearly all of the original varnish remains. Excellent action; bright, clean bore. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern)
Smith & Wesson Model 1000 Semi-Auto Shotgun Smith & Wesson Model 1000 Semi-Auto Shotgun

Smith & Wesson Model 1000 Semi-Auto Shotgun

Lot #826 (Sale Order 826 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 1000 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #FC11373. 12 ga. 26'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Skeet. Gas-operated action is contained in an alloy receiver that is nicely roll engraved. Full forend and pistol-grip buttstock are straight-grained high-gloss walnut, with well-done checkering, S&W grip cap and Pachmayr Trap butt pad. Mfg'd by Howa in Japan approx. 1970s. Condition is very good, with dovetail scope mount added to top of receiver. Extensive barrel rust near muzzle, and stock cut to 13.5'' length of pull over pad. Action appears to function correctly and bore is bright. Est.: $250-$350. (Modern)
British 1876 Pattern Martini Henry Socket Bayonet British 1876 Pattern Martini Henry Socket Bayonet

British 1876 Pattern Martini Henry Socket Bayonet

Lot #827 (Sale Order 827 of 596)

British 1876 Pattern Martini Henry Socket Bayonet, with scabbard, 21.5'' triangular bright blade, stamped ''WD'' and ''R'' with a barred-out serial number. Bayonet condition is very good with light stains and patina to the blade and socket. Scabbard is good with a break and scuffing to the leather and a dent to the locket. Est.: $75-$150.
Antique British Martini-Henry Mk III Service Rifle Antique British Martini-Henry Mk III Service Rifle

Antique British Martini-Henry Mk III Service Rifle

Lot #828 (Sale Order 828 of 596)

Antique British Martini-Henry Mk III ''Short Lever'' Service Rifle, by Enfield Arsenal, with bayonet and sling, NVSN, .577/450 cal., 33'' barrel, with block-blade front and sliding-leaf rear sights, marked with numerous proofmarks including the ''(broad arrow)/WD'' at breech; receiver with distinctive ''thumbprint'' on top-right, has the same and additional marks at left-side juncture with barrel, and a large ''(crown)/V.R.'' over ''Enfield./1882'' over ''(crown)/V'' over ''III/L'' on right side; serpentine lever when lowered opens the dropping-block action for cartridge loading/extraction/cleaning; two steel barrel bands (both with ''(broad arrow)/WD'' proofmarks, the top band with arrow-shaped side bayonet lug and sling swivel); iron nosecap and slotted, button-tip ramrod. English hardwood stocks bear various marks including a circular Enfield cartouche and ''500R'' on right-side butt. Condition is good: the barrel, receiver and triggerguard retain approx. 50% deep black-blue, which is likely an arsenal refinish over scattered light pitting and rust; lever, buttplate and bands (all having ''(broad arrow)/WD'' proofmarks) are ''arsenal bright''. Stocks are sound with clear markings, have the expected dings from military use, a 1''x1/2'' wood patch at butt, a likely later coat of thin varnish, and a pleasing light color. Action is strong; bore is clean with deep rifling. Bayonet (with various marks at ricasso) shows cleaned light pitting; leather scabbard is sound with scattered age cracking; buff leather sling and bayonet frog are modern reproductions. Entering service in 1871 after replacing the Snider-Enfield, Martini-Henry variants served throughout the British Empire for the next 47 years. Est.: $500-$700. (Antique)
Spanish Enlisted Man's Artillery Sword Spanish Enlisted Man's Artillery Sword

Spanish Enlisted Man's Artillery Sword

Lot #829 (Sale Order 829 of 596)

Spanish Enlisted Man's Artillery Sword. Nice Spanish enlisted man's artillery sword with scabbard. The 35'' bright steel blade is straight with a wide fuller for almost the entire length. It is marked at the ricasso ''Artilleria'' with a crown logo, serial number on the other side, and ''Spain'' on the top spine. The original felt blade washer is present. The cupped steel guard is beautifully polished and blued with an eagle, cross, and crown etched engraved in the metal. Grip panels are black painted checkered wood, with screw retainers. Pommel is blued steel. Scabbard is blued steel with one hanging ring. OAL is 43''. Condition is very good with the blade in original factory polish with some old grease residue. Guard shows light scuffs and scrapes on the outside with light scattered rust at the top. Inside of the guard has scattered rust spots overall. Grip panels are very nice with most of their painted finish intact. Pommel and backstrap have light rust spots, that may clean up nicely. Scabbard has light rust spotting overall, that may clean up well, with one area of heavier rust. Est.: $150-$250.
Austrian Model 1850 Heavy Cavalry Sword Austrian Model 1850 Heavy Cavalry Sword

Austrian Model 1850 Heavy Cavalry Sword

Lot #830 (Sale Order 830 of 596)

Austrian Model 1850 Heavy Cavalry Sword, with scabbard, with 33'' wide fullered blade, marked at ricasso with maker's name of ''C. JURMANN'' and dated 1851. The large basket guard has pierced holes and two slots for a sword knot; guard is faintly stamped ''C.JURMANN, 1851'' near the quillion area. Backstrap and pommel are steel. Grip is grooved wood, but missing a large portion of the wood, and the sword tang shows through. Scabbard is steel with a large drag and two large hanging rings, faintly stamped ''C.JURMANN, 1854'' near the top and numbered ''12'' on the back spine. OAL is 40-1/2''. Condition is good with the blade cleaned bright showing light rust pitting, numerous small edge nicks, and a somewhat blunted tip. Guard, backstrap and pommel are all cleaned bright and show light rust pitting overall. Grip is missing a large portion of the wood. Scabbard has been cleaned bright and shows light, and some heavy rust pitting overall, but no appreciable dents. Est.: $300-$500.
English Fullstock Perc. Infantry Musket/Fowler English Fullstock Perc. Infantry Musket/Fowler

English Fullstock Perc. Infantry Musket/Fowler

Lot #831 (Sale Order 831 of 596)

Antique English Fullstock Percussion Infantry Musket, or Fowler, assembled utilizing some parts from an earlier British ''Brown Bess'' flintlock musket, NVSN, approx. .80 cal., 39.25'' barrel with a small post front and raised grooved rear sights (and remnant of a top bayonet lug behind front sight) marked with Birmingham proofmarks and ''D/1848'' at breech; large iron lockplate with pointed teat at rear is marked with a prominent ''(crown)/GR'' under hammer and ''Tower'' in a vertical curve at rear; brass furniture including triggerguard with acorn front and long rear tangs, serpentine sideplate (missing), heavy buttplate marked ''4908'', and three fancy fluted thimbles retaining the tulip-head iron ramrod; hardwood fullstock with carved comb. Condition is good+, the steel parts with a deep brown age patina, heavy black powder pitting at barrel breech, and generally legible markings, the brass with age toning. Stock is solid with the expected marks from age and military use, cracks emanating from bottom of butt, and what appears to be worm erosion at top, particularly on right side. Action does not hold full-cock; smoothbore with deep rust but clean. Perhaps intended for colonial or trade use. Est.: $400-$700. (Antique)
Lot of 2 19th & 20th Century Fraternal Swords Lot of 2 19th & 20th Century Fraternal Swords

Lot of 2 19th & 20th Century Fraternal Swords

Lot #832 (Sale Order 832 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) 19th & 20th Century Fraternal Swords: (1) Early type resembling a U.S. militia officer's sword from the late 1800's. The 23-1/2'' blade has been broken off near the tip, and has faint remnants of etched engraving. Crossguard and pommel are cast brass. Grip is wood covered with sharkskin. Scabbard is steel with brass fitting on top, and missing the lower fitting. OAL is 33''. Condition is poor with the broken blade, losses to the grip covering, replaced wire wrapping on the grip, and a nut retaining the tang at the pommel. (2) Nice early 20th century Knights of Pythias example with a 26'' etched engraved blade with the owner's name ''Frederick William Osburn'' in the middle. Floral decorations and medieval knights are featured in the engraving. Maker is McLilley & Co. Columbus, Ohio. Crossguard and pommel are decorated in high relief with crosses and a knight's head. Grip is ivory with light scrimshawed designs. Scabbard is nickel plated with the same owners name, etched engraved, and has high relief fittings at the top, midpoint, and drag. OAL is 34''. Condition is very good, showing some wear and age and old polish residue. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Knight's Templar Fraternal Sword, by Ames Knight's Templar Fraternal Sword, by Ames

Knight's Templar Fraternal Sword, by Ames

Lot #833 (Sale Order 833 of 596)

Knight's Templar Fraternal Sword, by Ames, ca. 1870-1900. The 28'' oval double-edged blade has etched panels with floral decorations and is named to ''Francis G. Sager'' in a panel; reverse side is etched ''Hugh de Pagens Encampment''. The Ames Mfg. Co. mark is etched at the ricasso. Crossguard and clamshells are brass with templar emblems in pierced designs. Handle is black-painted wood. Pommel is a knight's helmet with feather plume. There is a small chain connected between the pommel and guard. Scabbard is brass with engraved scrolls, floral decorations, and the templar cross. Reverse of scabbard at the top has Ames mfg. markings, and the monogram ''FGS'' engraved at the hanger area. OAL is 36''. (See the book ''Ames Sword Company 1829-1935'', by John D. Hamilton, where an exact example is pictured.) Condition is very good, the blade showing age graying and a few minor spots of light rust spotting. Brass of the guard and pommel shows a dark patina with traces of the fire gold glit finish remaining in protected areas. Small chain is probably a replacement. Wood grip is sound and tight showing wear on the high edges. Scabbard is bright with most of its gold gilt finish remaining, showing only light wear in some areas and a couple of light dings. Est.: $200-$300.
Older French Cup-Hilt Fencing Sword Older French Cup-Hilt Fencing Sword

Older French Cup-Hilt Fencing Sword

Lot #834 (Sale Order 834 of 596)

Older French Cup-Hilt Fencing Sword, with triangular shaped 34-1/2'' blade, marked at ricasso area ''C.... an Klingenthal''. There is a round ball tip for safety on the end of the blade; guard is a round brass cup. Crossguard is a round steel bar with flared ends. Grip is grooved wood, covered in leather, and wrapped with a single twisted brass wire. Pommel is steel and shaped light a crown. OAL is 44-1/2''. Condition is good, the blade having an even gray patina. The cup hilt has a hairline crack and a dark patina. Grip leather shows some scuffing, with all the wire wrapping tight and intact. Pommel has been lightly cleaned. Est.: $150-$250.
Lot of Three (3) Foreign Bayonets Lot of Three (3) Foreign Bayonets

Lot of Three (3) Foreign Bayonets

Lot #835 (Sale Order 835 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Foreign Bayonets: (1) British 1888 Pattern bayonet has a 12'' double edged bright blade, with numerous proof and inspector's marks on both sides of the ricasso area. Smooth wood grips with brass retaining rivets. Condition is very good. (2) British 1907 Pattern bayonet has a 17'' single edged blade with blood groove, Wilkinson maker's mark, and numerous proof and inspectors marks at the ricasso. Wood grips with screws retaining the grip panels. Condition is good with some sharpening and cleaning to the blade, dings and dents in the wood grips, and removed and reissue marks on the pommel. Leather scabbard is in very good condition with stamped marks on the metal fittings. (3) 1866 French bayonet has a 22-5/8'' yataghan-shaped curved blade with wide blood groove and numerous proof and arsenal marks at the ricasso. Back spine of the blade has engraved arsenal markings to St. Etienne and dated May 1874. Steel crossguard has a serial number. Handle is grooved solid brass. Scabbard is blued steel with a matching serial number to the bayonet. Condition is good with scattered rust, and some light pitting on the blade. The handle has a dark uncleaned patina, with light rust overall on the guard. Scabbard retains approx. 50% original blued finish with scattered rust and some light pitting that may clean up. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
Nice Early Argentina Officer's Dress Sword Nice Early Argentina Officer's Dress Sword

Nice Early Argentina Officer's Dress Sword

Lot #836 (Sale Order 836 of 596)

Nice Early Argentina Officer's Dress Sword, made in Germany. The 32-3/4'' bright nickel-plated blade is a quill back shape, with a maker's mark near the bottom of ''W.R. Kirschbaum, Solingen'' and a knight's head stamp. The original leather blade washer is present. The pierced guard has the outline of the Argentine crest. Handle is a black composition material with a finger and thumb rest, and grooves in the upper section. Pommel is nickel-plated steel. Scabbard is nickel-plated steel with one hanging ring. OAL is 39-3/4''. Condition is very good with the blade having a nice bright smooth finish with just a few light scuffs. Guard and pommel have a few very minor spots of light rust showing through the nickel plating, with some losses to the finish on the pommel. Grip is very nice with no cracks or chips. Scabbard shows some scattered rust coming through the nickel finish that may clean up better, and the normal scuffs and scratches from use. Est.: $250-$450.
British Martini-Henry Mark IV Infantry Rifle British Martini-Henry Mark IV Infantry Rifle

British Martini-Henry Mark IV Infantry Rifle

Lot #837 (Sale Order 837 of 596)

Antique British Martini-Henry Action Mark IV Fullstock Infantry Rifle, by BSA, with leather sling, NVSN, .577/450 CF cal., 33'' barrel with block-blade front and adjustable sliding leaf rear sights and two proofmarks at breech; blued steel receiver with distinctive ''thumbprint'' at right rear and operating lever that opens the dropping-block action (designed by American Henry O. Peabody) for cartridge loading/extraction/cleaning, marked on top ''S.X'' (strengthened extractor) and on right side ''(large crown)/V.R./B.S.A. & M. Co./1889/(crown)/Broad Arrow/IL/2''; blued steel triggerguard with front sling swivel; two steel barrel bands (front with sling swivel below and integral bayonet lug on right side); straight steel buttplate; slotted tulip-head ramrod; oil-finished two-piece hardwood stocks having numerous unit and other markings on butt. Condition is very good, the barrel with an overall bluish-brown patina and scattered light roughness, the receiver and triggerguard with perhaps 50% blue, the breechblock with most original blue, the buttplate dark and with moderate erosion. Stocks are solid with a long but secure crack at top wrist, numerous scrapes and dings from military use, and the aforementioned unit markings. Lower band is rusted and a likely replacement. Action is smooth and crisp; bore is clean with deep heptagonal rifling. Russet leather sling is very good showing light age and use. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)
Antique European Flintlock Infantry Musket Antique European Flintlock Infantry Musket

Antique European Flintlock Infantry Musket

Lot #838 (Sale Order 838 of 596)

Antique European Flintlock Infantry Musket, NVSN, .69 cal., 42.75'' half round-half octagonal barrel with cannon-turned rings at juncture has a tiny blade front sight (no rear sight) and is marked only with an oval ''ELG'' Li‚ge (Belgian) proofmark at breech; beveled-edge lockplate is unmarked and has a large military-style flint cock, frizzen and spring; brass furniture including fancy sideplate, triggerguard with crown-like front and long rear tangs, buttplate, and four fluted ferrules retaining the iron button-tip ramrod; red-painted hardwood fullstock with a vacant oval brass escutcheon at wrist. Condition is good, the barrel having a deep brown, lightly overall etched finish, the lock being generally smooth gunmetal gray, the brass with an aged patina. Stock is solid retaining approx. 80% paint with a somewhat ''alligatored'' finish. Action is extremely strong; smoothbore shows deep pitting. Est.: $250-$400. (Antique)
Franco Era Spanish Officer's Lion's Head Sword Franco Era Spanish Officer's Lion's Head Sword

Franco Era Spanish Officer's Lion's Head Sword

Lot #839 (Sale Order 839 of 596)

Nice Franco Era Spanish Officer's Lion's Head Sword, with scabbard. The 30-1/4'' bright nickel-plated blade has one wide fuller and is double edged about 9'' from the tip, marked at ricasso ''Toledo Spain''. The original felt and leather blade washer is present. The pierced guard has the Spanish eagle and cross in relief with two branches. Grip panels are checkered black plastic with retaining screws. Scabbard is nickel-plated steel with one hanging ring. OAL is 37''. Condition is very good, the blade having a slight haze of oxidation that should clean nicely. Guard shows slight wear to the gold finish with a tight crack in one of the branches. Grip panels are in very nice condition. There is wear to the gold finish on the top of the lion's head and the sides of the grip area. Scabbard has a haze of oxidation overall, with some scattered spots of rust that may clean up nicely. Est.: $75-$150.
German Prussian Artillery Short Sword German Prussian Artillery Short Sword

German Prussian Artillery Short Sword

Lot #840 (Sale Order 840 of 596)

German Prussian Artillery Short Sword with Unit Markings, in leather scabbard. This 19th Century Prussian NCO artillery briquet short sword shows a pattern used by several European countries of that time period, featuring a solid brass handle with ''D'' guard, and slab-sided single edged blade measuring 21.75'' long. Maker's mark stamped into the ricasso area reads ''A R?''. Leather scabbard with brass fittings, with frog stud on the upper fitting. Condition is good with sharpening, some rust, light pitting, and possible re-pointing of tip of blade. Handle has a nice dark patina. Unit markings stamped into guard area read ''103.L.I.1.102.''; there are matching unit markings on the upper fitting of the scabbard. Leather scabbard shows much age and cracking to the surface finish but overall is sound with good stitching. Brass scabbard fittings show dark patina. OAL is 28.5''. Est.: $250-$400.
British Model 1853 Enlisted Cavalry Sword British Model 1853 Enlisted Cavalry Sword

British Model 1853 Enlisted Cavalry Sword

Lot #841 (Sale Order 841 of 596)

British Model 1853 Enlisted Cavalry Sword, the type that saw use in the Crimean Campaign in 1855 and were imported for use in the U.S. Civil War by both sides. The unmarked 35.25'' blade has a wide single fuller and is double edged for about 12'' near the tip. Iron three-branch guard with quillion, and riveted checkered leather grip panels on the through tang handle. Steel scabbard with two hanging rings. OAL is 41.75''. Condition is good, the blade having age graying and rust stains, with brighter areas showing through; no edge nicks or heavy pitting. The outer branch of the guard is broken, and there is a heavy pitted rust patina to the guard and pommel. Leather grip panels show age and scuffing, with a crack on one side. Scabbard has several dents and a dark pitted rust patina overall. Est.: $500-$700.
Lot of 2 French Officer's Swords Lot of 2 French Officer's Swords

Lot of 2 French Officer's Swords

Lot #842 (Sale Order 842 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Early 19th Century French Officer's Swords: (1) French Infantry Officer's Sword, ca. 1820-1840, with 28-1/4'' curved blade with single wide fuller. Blade is decorated with etched floral and military motifs for about a quarter of the blade length, starting at the ricasso area. There are traces of the fire blued finish with gold-gilded highlights, but only around 10% of that finish remains. Guard is brass with two branches and is decorated in relief with laurel leaves and flowers. The grooved handle is covered with leather and wrapped with a single strand of brass wire. Scabbard is leather with a brass drag and upper fitting with frog stud. OAL is 34''. Condition is very good with the blade having scattered light pitting and rust stains overall, some evidence of sharpening, and a couple of very minor edge nicks. Guard and pommel are in nice shape. Handle shows minor scuffs and age to the leather covering, with all the wire wrapping intact. Scabbard leather shows age, scuffs, and some losses to the stitching on the rear. Brass scabbard fittings are in nice shape with a mellowed dark brass patina. (2) 1822 Pattern Infantry Officer's Sword, with 29-3/4'' slightly curved blade with narrow and wide fullers, marked on back spine with a Klingenthal arsenal mark dated 1825, and a couple of arsenal proofmarks at the ricasso area. The two-branch guard and pommel are brass with floral decorations in relief. Grooved handle is wood with a leather covering an wrapped with a single twisted brass wire. Scabbard looks like a WWII Japanese officer's scabbard with brass hanger fitting applied to the mouth. OAL is 36''. Condition is good. Blade is cleaned bright and shows minor rust pitting near the ricasso. The guard and pommel are bright showing much of the original gold fire gilt finish, with some of the brass base showing through. Handle shows scuffs to the leather, but all the wire wrapping is intact and tight. Scabbard shows losses to a repainted green finish, missing the drag, and upper fitting is slightly loose. Est.: $300-$500/lot.
Antique British Pattern 1842 Percussion Musket Antique British Pattern 1842 Percussion Musket

Antique British Pattern 1842 Percussion Musket

Lot #843 (Sale Order 843 of 596)

Antique British Pattern 1842 Percussion Musket, likely issued to the Army of India, NVSN, .71 cal., 39'' round barrel with block front sight (doubles as bayonet lug) and notched rear sight, has a spade-shaped spring latch underneath at muzzle, and is marked with ''(crown)/GP'', ''(crown)/V'' and ''P/8'' proofmarks at breech; lockplate with simple line borders has a prancing lion below the matching hammer; brass mountings include the heavy triggerguard (marked with what appear to be Indian characters) having a rear finger-rest and iron front sling swivel, buttplate, two sideplate screw escutcheons, nosecap and three ferrules retaining the steel button-tip ramrod; hardwood fullstock with three iron barrel keys. Condition is very good, the iron parts finished ''arsenal bright'' with clear markings and scattered discoloration, the brass with an aged patina. Stock (missing its front sling swivel) is stripped of finish but sound and smooth with Indian characters stamped on both sides of butt. Action is extremely stiff; smoothbore has moderate erosion but should clean. Est.: $400-$650. (Antique)
Antique British P-1853 3-Band Infantry Rifle Antique British P-1853 3-Band Infantry Rifle

Antique British P-1853 3-Band Infantry Rifle

Lot #844 (Sale Order 844 of 596)

Antique British P-1853 Three-Band Infantry Rifle-Musket, Altered to Breechloading Cartridge Rifle Utilizing the Snider Patent, NVSN, .577 CF cal., 36.5'' round barrel, with block-blade front and adjustable sliding-leaf rear sights (unmarked); steel receiver, hinged breechblock and flat lockplate are likewise unmarked; brass triggerguard (with iron sling swivel) is marked with what are perhaps Chinese letters on its rear tang; brass buttplate and nosecap; three spring-retained iron barrel bands (top band with sling swivel); two sideplate screws with brass ''eared'' escutcheons; hardwood fullstock with slotted/cupped steel ramrod. Condition is good, the steel parts being an overall gunmetal gray with scattered discoloration and surface rust; the brass with an aged patina; the crude hardwood stock is solid and was likely sanded at some point. The entire gun is heavily coated with cosmoline (or similar grease). Action does not hold full-cock; bore is clean with deep rifling. This hinged breechblock cartridge alteration, invented by American Jacob Snider, was widely used until the advent of the Martini-Henry action in the mid-1870s. Est.: $250-$500. (Antique)
French Model 1831 Artillery Short Sword French Model 1831 Artillery Short Sword

French Model 1831 Artillery Short Sword

Lot #845 (Sale Order 845 of 596)

French Model 1831 Artillery Short Sword, with leather scabbard, styled after the Roman gladius sword, it features a double-edged blade with central spine measuring 19.25'' in length. Heavy brass handle with crossguard has concentric rings in the grip area; quillions on the guard also feature concentric circles. Several small arsenal stamps are located on the underside of the crossguard. Leather scabbard with brass fittings. Condition is good with age graying, light rust, and pinprick pitting over the blade surface. Nice patina to the brass handle. Scabbard shows much age to the leather, with some losses to the stitching on the back side, and the tip area is weak. Brass fittings on the scabbard show a dark patina, small dents, and scrapes. Overall length is 25-3/8''. Est.: $250-$400.
Antique Indian Toreador Matchlock Musket Antique Indian Toreador Matchlock Musket

Antique Indian Toreador Matchlock Musket

Lot #846 (Sale Order 846 of 596)

Antique Indian Toreador Matchlock Musket, in approx. .45-50 cal., with flared muzzle that measures about .620''. Barrel is 50.75'' long with narrow brass bands inlaid at the muzzle and breech area, and round copper front sight and ''V'' groove rear sight. The long-length wood stock has two iron barrel bands in front, brass band at the front of the breech, and large iron band at the rear of the breech. Iron side panels reinforce the stock at the breech and are retained with rivets, two of which have copper flower decorations on either side. The match lever and trigger assembly function properly. There are sling loops at the center band and middle of the breech area, with iron loading rod under the barrel. Condition is good with a dark rust patina and light pitting on most all of the metal surfaces. There is some evidence of cleaning to the metal work in a few places. Stock has a nice dark patina with numerous dent, dings, and minor losses to the wood. OAL is 69''. Est.: $350-$650.
Early 20th C. So. American Machete Sword Early 20th C. So. American Machete Sword

Early 20th C. So. American Machete Sword

Lot #847 (Sale Order 847 of 596)

Nice Early 20th Century South American Bird's Head Machete Sword, with leather scabbard. Bright polished cast steel blade measures 26'' long and 1-1/2'' wide. There are remnants of a maker's paper label on one side, the other side having stamped maker's mark of ''Fernando Esser, Elberfeld, Acero Fundido, Guarantizado'', with an anvil and hammer logo. The ''S''-shaped crossguard and bird's head pommel appear to be cast brass that is heavily nickel plated. Checkered horn grip panels retained by checkered screws. Leather scabbard is nicely decorated with wavy designs, marked in stamped letters ''Rosendo Villalobos''. OAL is 31-1/2''. Condition is very good with the blade in nice original polish with just a few scattered pinprick-size rust stains. The paper label has some losses. Hilt fittings are nicely age toned. Grip panels are in very good condition. Leather scabbard shows scuffs and scrapes from age, with a couple of inches of torn stitching to the back side near the tip. Est.: $250-$450.
Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes

Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes

Lot #848 (Sale Order 848 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Indian ''Bullova'' Axes, from the Chota Nagpur area of India with different shaped axe heads: (1) The first is a 9'' wide blade with two forward facing spikes, and two spikes on top and bottom. It has a hand-forged eyelet for mounting, that has some engraved decorations. The 35'' round wood shaft has brass reinforcing band at the top and four brass bands around the middle. Two of the bands surround a steel band to retain the axe head. Condition is good, the axe head showing age darkening and rust stains, but no pitting. Wood shaft has a nice dark age patina, with some old gouges and is missing the brass band at the bottom. (2) The second axe has a half-moon shaped blade measuring 7'' wide with a hand forged eyelet for mounting. The 35'' round wooden shaft has a brass band at the top, and one band just below the axe head. There is a thin steel plate wrapped around the shaft to help retain the head. Condition is good, the blade showing evidence of hand forging, dark age graying, and dark rust stains. Wood shaft has a dark patina with a couple of small gouges, and is missing the brass band at the bottom. (3) The third axe has a 10'' curved blade with a hand-forged eyelet that has a small hammer head shape and incised lines around the edge. The 37'' round wood shaft has brass reinforcing bands at the top and bottom, and one just under the axe head. There is a decorated steed band wrapped around the shaft to help retain the axe head. Condition is good with evidence of hand forging in the blade, age graying, dark rust patina, and a few heavy edge nicks. Wood shaft has a dark patina with some light scratches and dings. Est.: $300-$500/lot.
3 Indian Axes & one European Axe 3 Indian Axes & one European Axe

3 Indian Axes & one European Axe

Lot #849 (Sale Order 849 of 596)

Lot of Four: Three Indian Axes & a European Axe: (1) Indian ''Bullova'' axe from the Chota Nagpur area of India, with a 12'' wide moustache-shaped blade, hand-forged eyelet for mounting, and a 33-1/2'' bamboo shaft. There are some simple carved decorations at the mid section of the axe head. Condition is good, the blade having a dark rust patina with pitting overall. There are a few edge nicks to the blade. Bamboo shaft shows age darkening and use. (2) All-steel Indo/Persian piece with a 7'' crescent-shaped blade and hammer head on the back side, decorated with carved floral scenes. Shaft is spiral fluted in three areas of the grip with a rounded pommel on top and bottom. OAL is 27''. Condition is good, with heavy rust pitting overall the axe head and the shaft, cleaned in the distant past, now with a darker patina. (3) All-steel Indian piece with a four-pointed flat blade, inlaid with silver niello type decorations. Blade is 6'' long and 5'' wide. Shaft is smooth round steel about 5/8'' in dia. There is a four-sided spike point on the top of the shaft, and a round pommel at the bottom. (4) Large curved blade adz type axe with a hammer feature on the back side. The 8-1/2'' blade has a key hole feature in the center and appears to be blacksmith forged. The large wood handle is about 20'' in length. Condition is fair with a large chip out of the top edge of the blade. The surface of the blade is heavily pitted and has a scaly rust patina overall. Wood shaft show age and use. Est.: $300-$600/lot.
Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes

Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes

Lot #850 (Sale Order 850 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Indian ''Bullova'' Axes, from the Chota Nagpur area of India, with different shaped axe heads: (1) The first is a half-moon shaped blade, with a hand-forged eyelet for mounting, measuring about 8-1/2'' wide. The round wood shaft is tipped with decorated brass fittings at the top and bottom, and measures 36'' in length. There is thin round brass wire wrapped in four places along the wood shaft with a steel strap to secure the head. Condition is good, with age graying to the blade. Upper brass tip is missing a small iron point. Wood shaft has a nice dark aged patina. (2) The second axe has a four-pointed blade approx. 5-3/8'' wide, with a hand-forged eyelet for mounting. Wood shaft is 37'' long with decorated brass fittings at both ends. Tip of the upper fitting has an iron point. Shaft is wrapped in four places with thin round brass wire surrounding a steel strap for retention of the axe head. Condition is good, with age graying to the blade, and a nice dark patina to the wood shaft. (3) The third axe has a wide ''V''-shaped blade that measures 6'' at the face. It has a hand-forged eyelet for mounting. The 37-1/2'' wood shaft has a steel reinforcing band at the top and an iron point. There is a thin leather cord wrapped around a steel strap in several places for retention of the axe head. Condition is good with age darkening and rust stains to the blade, and a few edge nicks. Wood shaft has some cracks and a nice dark patina. Est.: $300-$500/lot.
Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes

Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes

Lot #851 (Sale Order 851 of 596)

Lot of 3 Indian ''Bullova'' Axes, from the Chota Nagpur area of India, with different shaped axe heads: (1) The first is a 6-1/4'' wide ''W''-shaped blade with a forged eyelet for mounting. The 26''-pointed round wood shaft has a dark finish. There is a thin brass sheet with scalloped edges that helps retain the axe head. Condition is good with the axe head showing forging flaws, rust pitting, and a dark age graying. Wood shaft may be a modern replacement and shows a few scratches and dings. (2) The second axe has a moustache-shaped blade, sharp on the outer edge, that measures about 8-1/2'' wide. It has a hand forged eyelet for mounting, and has some light engraved decorations near the middle. Round wood shaft measures 27'' in length. Condition is good with the blade displaying some forging flaws, mainly on one side, and some scattered light rust pitting. Wood shaft shows age, scuffing, and some longitudinal cracks. (3) The third axe has a half-moon shaped blade measuring 5'' wide with a hand forged eyelet for mounting. The 31'' round wood shaft has brass reinforcing rings at the top and bottom. Condition is good with the blade showing evidence of hand forging, dark age graying, and light rust patina. Wood shaft has a dark patina and a few scuffs and scratches. Est.: $300-$500/lot.
Lot of Three (3) War Club Maces Lot of Three (3) War Club Maces

Lot of Three (3) War Club Maces

Lot #852 (Sale Order 852 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) War Club Maces, from various regions: (1) Very nice bamboo and forged iron Lohangi-katti mace used by the aboriginal tribes of Central India. It has eight half-round thin iron plates with long tangs, surrounding a bamboo shaft, with circular thick iron bands to retain the plates. Top of shaft has an iron band to reinforce the tip and retain the tops of the plates. There is a decorative thick round copper wire wrapped in the middle, to enhance your grip. There is an iron band at the bottom of the bamboo shaft. OAL is 43-1/2''. Condition is very good, showing much age and deep rust patina to the metal parts. The bamboo shaft has a nice dark patina. Everything is tight and well put together. A very neat example. (2) Indo-Persian all metal mace with a horned devil's head top. Made of iron with etched floral decorations on the shaft and cup guard. The devil's head is hollow with etched decorations of two people and floral themes, with a face on the front and two horns on top of the head. OAL is 28''. Condition is good, showing light age and an overall gray finish to the iron. (3) Carved wooden pole with a mace type club top. Body of the shaft is covered with carved tribal decorations covering about 16'' of the central part. Top head is about 3'' in dia. with a hole through it for a thong possibly. Body of the shaft is about 1-3/4'' wide, round, and about 38'' long, the bottom portion missing. Possibly from Africa, but origins are unknown. Condition is fair, as the bottom portion of the shaft is missing, but has been that way for a very long time. Shows much age and patina to the light colored wood. There are numerous chips, cracks, and scratches over all the surface of the wood. Est.: $300-$600/lot.
Assam Naga Powder Horn & Horn Container Assam Naga Powder Horn & Horn Container

Assam Naga Powder Horn & Horn Container

Lot #853 (Sale Order 853 of 596)

Lot of Two Items: Assam Naga Powder Horn & Carved Horn Asian Container: (1) Nice large lacquered powder horn from the Lushai Hills area of Assam, Northern India. Used by the Naga, possibly the Tobokka tribe. Painted with black and red lacquer having a very nice woven cloth strap decorated with cowry shells. Spout cover is missing, measuring about 15'' long and 3'' wide at the base. Condition is good showing wear to the painted finish, scuffs and scrapes, and an old repair near the spout. The cloth strap shows age and soiling, but is very sound, and has all the cowry shells intact. (2) Carved water buffalo horn container, with lid in the shape of an animal. The body is decorated with carved designs in bordered panels; the lid has some kind of animal looking back over its shoulders. There are holes in the body and lid, and carved loops for a string that passes through the body and lid to keep it together when worn. Possibly used for medicine or other items, similar to a Japanese inro. Measures about 7-3/4'' tall and 2-1/4'' wide. Condition is very good showing only light use and age. Est.: $250-$400/lot.
Lot of Two (2) Pesh-kabz Knives Lot of Two (2) Pesh-kabz Knives

Lot of Two (2) Pesh-kabz Knives

Lot #854 (Sale Order 854 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Pesh-kabz Knives, used in the Khyber Pass area between Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Northern India: (1) The first is a smaller version with a 15'' bright steel blade, having a ''T'' shape with a curved base. Bolsters and backstrap are steel. The riveted grip panels are horn and decorated with silver pins. Wood sheath is covered with animal skin and has a wrapped lead sheath tip. OAL is 21''. Condition is good, the blade clean with a few edge nicks, and slightly blunted tip. Grip panels are four separate pieces that all fit together well and are in good condition. Sheath shows age and losses to the animal skin covering and minor cracking to the wood at the blade mouth opening. (2) The second knife is a much larger type with a 24'', ''T''-shaped blade, that has a few engraved circles near the base. Bolsters are brass, steel tang going through the grip. Riveted grip panels are horn and polished smooth. Scabbard is wood with an animal skin covering. OAL is 33''. Condition is good, the blade is mostly cleaned bright with some age graying and light pitting. There are a few small edge nicks and some areas showing the hand-forged layers of steel. Grip panels have some age cracking and minor losses on one side. Wood of scabbard is split and tied with metal wire, with some losses near the blade mouth opening. The animal skin covering has shrunk and wrinkled exposing about a quarter of the wood scabbard. Est.: $250-$450/lot.
Lot of 2 Antique Indonesian Edged Weapons Lot of 2 Antique Indonesian Edged Weapons

Lot of 2 Antique Indonesian Edged Weapons

Lot #855 (Sale Order 855 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Antique Indonesian Edged Weapons from Java: (1) Wedong knife, 7'' long wide blade with single narrow fuller. There is an etched date of 1931 near the base of the blade. Smooth wood handle has some carved details near the blade end. Wood scabbard is nicely carved near the opening for the blade and has a boss for a hanging strap. OAL is 13''. Condition is very good with a clean blade showing only light age graying. Wood grip is very nice showing only light age. Scabbard is in good condition with a few light scuffs and scratches. (2) Javanese Golok knife, 15-3/4'' blade with wide single fuller and engraved designs inside the fuller. Ricasso area has some Indonesian letters or numbers engraved. Wood handle is beautifully carved in the shape of an eagle's head. Wood scabbard has carved decorations resembling feathers at the base, and a decorated border near the blade opening. OAL is 24-1/2''. Condition is good, the blade showing age graying, light rust stains and light pitting. Wood grip has a small crack near the base and some scuffs and scratches from age and use. Scabbard has some splitting at the seam of the two halves and an old glue repair at the blade opening mouth. There are some light scuffs and dings to the body of the scabbard. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Lot of Two (2) Reproduction Helmets Lot of Two (2) Reproduction Helmets

Lot of Two (2) Reproduction Helmets

Lot #856 (Sale Order 856 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Reproduction Helmets: (1) Persian Khula Khud, 8'' in. dia. round body made of steel with relief decorations hammered into the surface. There are two round pipe devices for feather plumes, a nose guard that is fixed in place, and a spike on top. There are numerous holes around the bottom edge for chain mail, but none is present. Spike is hand forged and riveted to the top. Condition is good, with a dark thin rust patina over all. There is no lining. (2) European style round-bodied helmet, with moveable visor and faceguard. Helmet is a type used in the 1600's in England and Europe during the Cromwell period. The rear features a lobstertail type neck guard made of three individual riveted plates. There are triangular moveable ear guards (one detached but present) on each side with holes pierced into the metal plates, no chinstrap is present. There is no lining, just a black-painted finish to the inside of the helmet, and a one-inch dent to top. Condition is good, with a lightly applied rusted finish under a clear lacquer finish on the outside of the entire helmet. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Massive Display or Ceremonial Indian Kukri Knife Massive Display or Ceremonial Indian Kukri Knife

Massive Display or Ceremonial Indian Kukri Knife

Lot #857 (Sale Order 857 of 596)

Massive Display or Ceremonial Indian Kukri Knife, approx. 23'' in length, carved and grooved wood handle with metal tip, in leather-covered scabbard with brass tip. The curved kukri blade has a thin groove on either side of top edge, and two sword breaker slots on the bottom edge of ricasso area. There is a metal reinforcing cap on the blade side of the wood handle. Handle is approx. 8'' long and decorated with grooves and a flared pommel area for a two-handed grip. Tip of handle is covered with a steel plate having a raised diamond shape in the center. Condition is very good, the blade showing age graying, scattered pinprick pitting overall, and some large edge nicks near the tip. There is some rust and light pitting on the metal reinforcing cap and pommel cap. Leather-covered wood scabbard is sound with scuffs, scrapes, and cracking to the leather. Brass tip shows some surface scratches. Est.: $100-$200.
Winchester Model 12 Pump Action Shotgun Winchester Model 12 Pump Action Shotgun

Winchester Model 12 Pump Action Shotgun

Lot #858 (Sale Order 858 of 596)

Winchester Model 12 Pump Action Shotgun, #1138271, 16 ga., 26'' solid matted ribbed barrel choked Full, brass and bright bead sight, blue finish, factory checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with factory hard rubber buttplate. Mfg'd 1948. Condition is excellent as professionally refinished, retaining approx. 94% of a very well-accomplished blue, with most of the losses as thinning to barrel. Stock and forend remain in excellent condition. Action is good, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 12 Field Grade Shotgun Winchester Model 12 Field Grade Shotgun

Winchester Model 12 Field Grade Shotgun

Lot #859 (Sale Order 859 of 596)

Winchester Model 12 Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #1403771. 12 ga. 30'' plain barrel has a 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Full. Post-war 14-groove flat bottom forend and uncheckered pistol-grip buttstock are oil-finished walnut, with no grip cap but with original Winchester buttplate. Mfg'd 1954. Condition is very good original, with typical bluing wear to receiver at carry points, various small handling marks to wood, and moderate wear to action, which still locks up tight and functions correctly; bore is bright. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Remington Model 14 Slide-Action Rifle Remington Model 14 Slide-Action Rifle

Remington Model 14 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #860 (Sale Order 860 of 596)

Remington Model 14 Slide-Action Rifle, #C29717, .30 Rem. cal., 18.5'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and grooved forend. Mfg'd approx. 1934. Condition is very good retaining approx. 70% thinning original finish. Stocks retain approx. 60% of their original varnish, with small fracture emanating from lower tang of buttstock. Right side of forend with 1'' loss just behind forend screw, with small repaired fractures throughout. Crisp and smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)
Remington Model 16 Semi-Automatic Rifle Remington Model 16 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Model 16 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #861 (Sale Order 861 of 596)

Remington Model 16 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #3696, .22 Rem. Auto cal., 22'' round barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and forend. Mfg'd 1914-1928. Condition is excellent as refinished, retaining approx. 98% of a later accomplished immersion type blue. Stocks have been very nicely redone. Action is crisp, bore is good. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R)
Remington Sportsman 58 Semi-Automatic Shotgun Remington Sportsman 58 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Remington Sportsman 58 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Lot #862 (Sale Order 862 of 596)

Remington Sportsman 58 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #116661W, 16 ga., 28'' plain barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chambers, choked Mod., blue finish. Checkered walnut forend and pistol-grip buttstock with black composite Remington buttplate and grip cap with dog's head design. Receiver with standard game scene roll engraving. Mfg'd 1957. Condition is good. Metal with approx. 85% toning blue finish, with thinning and finish loss at the top and bottom edge of the receiver, with specks of general light oxidation. Wood with an added coat of gloss varnish of moderate dings, scratches, and original finish loss on the lower portion of the buttstock; checkering is nice for its age showing little wear. Smooth tight action, bright clean bore. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Winchester Model 12 Trap Gun, modified for Skeet Winchester Model 12 Trap Gun, modified for Skeet

Winchester Model 12 Trap Gun, modified for Skeet

Lot #863 (Sale Order 863 of 596)

Winchester Model 12 Trap Gun, modified for Skeet, #1949250. 12 ga. 27'' vent rib barrel has a 2-3/4'' chamber and is marked ''Full'' but has been shortened and no choke remains; vent rib appears to be last model Winchester ''duck bill''. Forend appears original and unmodified, but buttstock has had the original Monte Carlo cheekpiece lowered and a Morgan adjustable butt pad added. Mfg'd 1961. Condition is very good as modified. Action functions correctly and locks up tight; bore is bright. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Winchester Model 52 Target Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 52 Target Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 52 Target Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #864 (Sale Order 864 of 596)

Winchester Model 52 Target Bolt Action Rifle, #11715, .22 LR cal., 28'' round barrel, blue finish, one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock with finger-grooved forend, grooved steel buttplate, and rear sling swivel. Front swivel is integral with the barrel band. ''Slow Lock'' type bolt with knurled cocking knob. Front sight base is present but the blade has been removed, with the original ladder type rear sight; top of barrel with two dovetailed scope blocks; both are mounted between the barrel band and receiver. Includes one Winchester magazine. Standard markings; left side of the barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Manufactured in 1928. Metal rates as fair with general surface rust, heaviest on the barrel and triggerguard. Factory lettering is defined and legible. Wood is good and sound but does have scattered spots of faint mildew staining and otherwise shows signs of moderate age and wear. Action is smooth and functions properly with an excellent bore. This rifle was clearly exposed to moisture at some point but the visible internal parts like the bolt face, chamber area, and bore were not affected. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R)
Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Trap Shotgun Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Trap Shotgun

Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Trap Shotgun

Lot #865 (Sale Order 865 of 596)

Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Trap Shotgun, with special stock, #1731729. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrel has a 2-3/4'' chamber choked Full, and the Simmons rib extends 8.5'' onto the receiver top. Forend is standard, but the very nice replacement pistol-grip buttstock appears to have been made for a left-handed shooter that must shoot right-eyed, with a large roll-over comb and approx. 1.5'' of cast-off, with 15.5'' length of pull. Mfg'd 1959. Condition is very good as modified, with bright bore and crisp action. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Remington Model 878 Automaster Semi-Auto Shotgun Remington Model 878 Automaster Semi-Auto Shotgun

Remington Model 878 Automaster Semi-Auto Shotgun

Lot #866 (Sale Order 866 of 596)

Remington Model 878 Automaster Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #54098L, 12 ga., 28'' plain barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, choked Mod., blue finish, receiver with standard engraving, semi-gloss finished pistol-grip walnut stock with press checkering, black composite Remington buttplate and grip cap; 13-7/8'' LOP. Mfg'd 1962. Condition is very good showing signs of moderate use. Metal with approx. 95% original finish; rear of receiver with a little thinning and cloudy reddish brown toning. Factory lettering and engraving is clear and defined. Wood with light handling marks with a few spots of flaking to the varnish, most of the finish remains; checkering with a few small flat spots, overall showing little wear. Action is smooth and tight with a bright clean bore. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Winchester Model 12 Pump-Action Shotgun Winchester Model 12 Pump-Action Shotgun

Winchester Model 12 Pump-Action Shotgun

Lot #867 (Sale Order 867 of 596)

Winchester Model 12 Pump-Action Shotgun, #68705, 12 ga., 2-3/4'' chamber, choked Full, 30'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with grooved forend. Mfg'd 1914. Condition is fine as refinished, retaining approx. 85% lightly thinning blue. Stock appears to be a late refinished replacement and shows very well. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)
Remington Model 742ADL Deluxe Woodsmaster Rifle Remington Model 742ADL Deluxe Woodsmaster Rifle

Remington Model 742ADL Deluxe Woodsmaster Rifle

Lot #868 (Sale Order 868 of 596)

Remington Model 742ADL Deluxe Woodsmaster Semi-Automatic Rifle, #23579, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel which includes the muzzlebrake, blue finish, receiver with roll engraved game scenes, pistol-grip hardwood stock is finely checkered at the wrist and forend with checkered aluminum Remington buttplate, ''Model 742'' grip cap, sling swivels. Includes one magazine. No sights. Topped with a Nikko Stirling Game King 3.5-10x44 side LRX scope with illuminated LRX reticle, 1'' tube, matte black finish. Barrel date code is ''RG'', mfg'd ca. 1960. Rifle is very good with approx. 95% remaining original finish; left side of receiver with light scratching. Factory lettering and roll engraving is clear and crisp. Stock with an added darker reddish brown stain over scattered shallow marks from field use. Excellent action, bright bore with nice defined rifling. Scope with some light edge wear to the adjustment knobs and a few small scratches; optics are bright and clear. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Remington Model 721 Bolt Action Rifle Remington Model 721 Bolt Action Rifle

Remington Model 721 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #869 (Sale Order 869 of 596)

Remington Model 721 Bolt Action Rifle, #404103, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with period correct Redhead rubber butt pad. Topped with a Bushnell 4x Banner scope on Weaver rings and mounts. Original iron sights are retained. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96%+ blue to metal surfaces. Stock is excellent with only the lightest markings. Good action, mirror bright bore, scope optics with simple crosshair are excellent. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Rifle Winchester Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Winchester Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #870 (Sale Order 870 of 596)

Winchester Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #6936, .32 Win. SL cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and forend, standard rear and brass bead Lyman front sight, with correct unmarked factory magazine. Mfg'd 1905, first year of production. Condition is very good, retaining approx. 85% thinning blue, with most of the losses to top of frame. Stock with general smoothing, oil darkening, and very light impressions. Good action, very good bore. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Winchester Model 69A Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 69A Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 69A Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #871 (Sale Order 871 of 596)

Winchester Model 69A Bolt Action Rifle, NVSN, .22 Short cal., 25'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, bright bead and elevation adjustable peep sight (windage portion of aperture is missing), with one standard Winchester magazine and brown leather sling. Condition is very good retaining approx. 92% blue. Stock with light general scuffs and scratches, flaking to varnish mostly to right side of cheek area. Good action, bright bore. Scarce in .22 Short. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R)
Winchester Model 41 Single Shot Shotgun Winchester Model 41 Single Shot Shotgun

Winchester Model 41 Single Shot Shotgun

Lot #872 (Sale Order 872 of 596)

Winchester Model 41 Single Shot Shotgun, NVSN, .410 bore, 24'' barrel choked Full, 3'' chamber, blue finish, dark stained gumwood stock, with factory checkered hard rubber buttplate. Mfg'd predominantly from 1920 to 1934, and then sold intermittently until 1941. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% factory blue to frame and barrel tube. Bolt retains 60% original blue with losses in actioning areas. Stock with light general impressions near right side pistol-grip area and along bottom edge of buttstock. Action needs a little work as cocking knob does not stay back; bore is mirror bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun

Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun

Lot #873 (Sale Order 873 of 596)

Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Single Shot Shotgun, NVSN, .410 bore, 26'' barrel with silver bead front sight, 3''chamber, Full choke, blue finish; checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend,with hard rubber Winchester buttplate. Marked ''Winchester'' on bottom of frame in red lettering. Metal rates as good with a combination mild brown freckling and patina, with highlights of original toning blue finish; right side of barrel in front of the forend with a spot of moderate pitting; factory lettering is clear. Buttstock is very good for its age with normal light handling marks and typical signs of light field use; forend has been very lightly sanded with scattered small marks from handling, left side with one little bit larger pressure dent near the upper edge. Very good action, bore is eroded near the chamber and is otherwise mostly bright. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1912 Field Grade Shotgun Winchester Model 1912 Field Grade Shotgun

Winchester Model 1912 Field Grade Shotgun

Lot #874 (Sale Order 874 of 596)

Winchester Model 1912 Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #139387. 12 ga. 30'' ''Nickel Steel'' barrel has a 2-1/2'' chamber and is fitted with a Simmons ventilated rib that extends 3'' onto the receiver. The original plain wood has been replaced with Exhibition Grade, including a beavertail forend and roll-over Monte Carlo buttstock with full pistol grip, including a black grip cap and Pachmayr Trap butt pad. Stock dimensions are 14-1/4''x1-1/2''x2''. Mfg'd 1917. Condition is excellent as refinished and upgraded for Trap shooting. Oil-finished walnut has few marks. Action shows little wear and functions correctly; barrel turning plum, bore is bright. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Early Winchester Model 1912 Slide-Action Shotgun Early Winchester Model 1912 Slide-Action Shotgun

Early Winchester Model 1912 Slide-Action Shotgun

Lot #875 (Sale Order 875 of 596)

Early Winchester Model 1912 Slide-Action Shotgun, #102800, 16 ga., 26'' plain barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, barrel is marked full but reads IM on choke gauge; pistol-grip walnut stock and 14-groove forend with a checkered hard rubber Winchester buttplate. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed; nickel steel barrel with early ''Model 1912'' markings. Mfg'd 1915. Condition is very good, barrel and mag tube retain approx. 70% toning original blue; receiver approx. 15%, balance is gun metal gray. Barrel address and other factory lettering is clear. Forend shows light handling marks and is nice for its age; buttstock with scattered pressure dents and scratches, most are shallow with one that is a little deeper near the left side upper edge. Buttplate shows age and wear consistent with the rest of the shotgun, no chips or cracks. Action is crisp and functions properly; very good bore shows moderate wear. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #876 (Sale Order 876 of 596)

Remington Model 8 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #24194, .25 Rem. cal., 22'' barrel, originally with a blued finish, straight-grip walnut stock and forend, checkered Remington Arms Co. buttplate, sling swivels; forend with an additional sling swivel stud. Dovetailed blade front sight, flat-top sporting rear sight with elevator. Mfg'd ca. 1911. Condition overall is good. Metal retains very little finish in some of the protected areas, with a mostly mottled brown patina. Barrel address is defined and predominantly clear. Left side of receiver with four drilled and tapped holes, most likely for a Weaver type side scope mount. Buttstock has been lightly sanded with an added coat of varnish over mostly shallow dings and scratches; a hairline crack can be found on both sides of the comb and left side of the forend, both remain solid. Smooth action; erosion free bore is really nice for its age, with excellent rifling. Harder to find in .25 Rem. caliber. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Winchester Model 62 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 62 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 62 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #877 (Sale Order 877 of 596)

Winchester Model 62 Slide-Action Rifle, #270, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock. Mfg'd 1932. Condition is excellent as refinished, retaining approx. 98%+ of a good quality immersion blue. Extra threaded hole in tang. Mirror bore appears to have been sleeved at one point. Stocks are excellent with later-added glossy varathane finish. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #878 (Sale Order 878 of 596)

Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle, #109176, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and 17-groove forend, with gold bead front and Williams receiver sight, with dovetailed blank in original rear sight position. Mfg'd 1949. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% original factory blue, with most of the losses in actioning area with light general thinning, and only the lightest impressions to stock. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Pre-64 Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun Pre-64 Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun

Pre-64 Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun

Lot #879 (Sale Order 879 of 596)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun, #1238895, 20 ga., 28'' plain barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, choked Full; pistol-grip walnut stock and 11-groove flat bottom forend with checkered black composition Winchester buttplate. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1950. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% original blue with most of the losses to the muzzle, mag tube, and front edge of receiver. Factory lettering is clear. Triggerguard with some reddish brown surface freckling. Wood retains approx. 95% of its original varnish, with shallow impressions and scratches to the buttstock; forend is very nice with only a small amount of light thin scratches and normal small handling marks. Action is crisp and functions properly; bright excellent bore. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Late 50's Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun Late 50's Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun

Late 50's Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun

Lot #880 (Sale Order 880 of 596)

Late 50's Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun, #1629261, 12 ga., 28'' plain barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, choked Full. Pistol-grip walnut stock and larger 14-groove forend with a vented brown rubber Pachmayr recoil pad; LOP over rubber pad is 13-7/8'', end of wood is 13''. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1957. Condition is very good retaining approx. 90% original blue with most of the losses to the mag tube and highpoints of the frame. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Wood shows signs of moderate field wear including scattered shallow scratches and handling marks, most of the finish remains; left rear edge of forend with an approx. 1''x1'' chip that was re-attached and remains solid. Action is crisp and functions properly; bore is mirror bright with one tiny ding approx. 3-1/2'' down from the muzzle. Est.: $300-$400. (C&R)
Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #881 (Sale Order 881 of 596)

Winchester Model 61 Slide-Action Rifle, #224383, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and 17-groove forend, with bright bead front and standard rear sight. Top of receiver factory grooved for Weaver style scope rings. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% original factory blue, with most of the losses in actioning area with light general thinning. Stock and forend are excellent. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun

Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun

Lot #882 (Sale Order 882 of 596)

Winchester Model 12 Slide-Action Shotgun, #1351310, 12 ga., solid rib barrel has been cut to 19'', blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock and 14-groove flat bottom forend with black composition Winchester buttplate. Barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1953. Condition is very good as modified. Receiver retains approx. 95% high polish blue finish with general light scratching. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 90% reblued finish that is lightly plum colored. When cut the first 3/4'' of the rib separated from the barrel leaving a very thin gap. Barrel address and other factory lettering is clear and defined. Wood with general shallow scratches and handling marks; buttstock retains most of its finish; forend 85% with some flaking and thinning on the sides. Action is crisp and functions properly; very good bore shows moderate wear. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Custom Kukri Fighter, by Peter Bauchop Custom Kukri Fighter, by Peter Bauchop

Custom Kukri Fighter, by Peter Bauchop

Lot #883 (Sale Order 883 of 596)

Custom Kukri Fighter, by South African Knife Maker Peter Bauchop, with sheath, 8'' mirror polished blade, 13.5'' overall. Full tang construction with black micarta scales. Blade is marked with Bauchop logo and ''12.C.27'' on one side and ''87.20''. In black leather sheath. Blade is excellent with general micro-scratching; cutting edge is clean, sharp, and retains the original edge. Scales with small handling marks and several small nicks around the upper ferrule. Maker's marks are clear. Sheath is very good showing moderate surface wear; no fraying, etc. at the stitching or seams. Est.: $250-$350.
Custom Fixed Blade Knife by Angus Arbuckle Custom Fixed Blade Knife by Angus Arbuckle

Custom Fixed Blade Knife by Angus Arbuckle

Lot #884 (Sale Order 884 of 596)

Custom Fixed Blade Knife by Angus Arbuckle, South Africa, with sheath, 4.75'' drop-point blade, 9.75'' overall. 1'' portion on top of blade nearest the guard is notched for finger placement. Full tang construction with brass guard, ivory micarta scales with red spacers, and brass wrist thong ferrule. Blade marked on ricasso with ''(Ara Custom Handmade Knives Logo)''; reverse marked ''00E1''. Condition overall is very good. Blade with some very fine pits near the tip and intermittent tiny dark specks along the surface, cutting edge is clean and sharp, maker's marks are clear. Brass shows moderate toning and micro-scratching. Scales with only light handling marks, no chip or cracks. Sheath with shallow scuffs and scratches, stitching and seams are excellent. Est.: $250-$400.
Custom Fixed Blade Knife, by Glenn Hornby Custom Fixed Blade Knife, by Glenn Hornby

Custom Fixed Blade Knife, by Glenn Hornby

Lot #885 (Sale Order 885 of 596)

Custom Fixed Blade Knife, by Glenn Hornby (Glendale, CA), with sheath, 4.75'' mirror polished drop-point blade, 9''overall, full tang, stag scales with stainless hardware and thin red spacers. 1'' of top of blade is notched for thumb traction. Blade with ''Hornby'' Logo and ''252'' marked on ricasso. In brown leather sheath that is stamped ''Hornby'' on the backside. Knife is near excellent with a nice mirror polished finish, some light surface scratching, cutting edge is clean and sharp. Scales are excellent. Sheath is very good with surface scuffs and scratches; no fraying, etc. at the stitching or seams. Est.: $150-$250.
W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife

W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife

Lot #886 (Sale Order 886 of 596)

W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife, 3.75'' satin finished ATS-34 drop point blade, ambidextrous thumb stud, black G-10 handles, with carry clip. Top of the blade behind the thumb stud is notched for thumb traction. Left side of the blade is marked ''W.R. Clark''; right side with ''Bone'' logo. In excellent as new condition, never carried or sharpened. Knife comes in a small padded case. Est.: $150-$250.
W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife

W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife

Lot #887 (Sale Order 887 of 596)

W.R. Clark Custom Linerlock Folding Knife, 3'' satin finished ATS-34 tanto blade, 4'' overall closed length, ambidextrous thumb stud, aluminum frame, with carry clip. Top of blade behind the thumb stud is notched for thumb traction. Left side of blade is marked ''W.R. Clark''; right side with ''Bone'' logo. In excellent as new condition, never carried or sharpened. Knife comes in a small padded case. Est.: $150-$250.
Lot of Two (2) Buck Knives Lot of Two (2) Buck Knives

Lot of Two (2) Buck Knives

Lot #888 (Sale Order 888 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Buck Knives, with Elk Antler Handles: 1.) Model 501 Squire folding knife, 2.75'' blade with three-line stamp, 3.75'' overall closed length, elk antler handles, and mirror polished bolsters. Mfg'd in 1994. 2.) Model 503 Prince folding knife, 2.25'' blade, 3.5'' overall closed length, elk antler handles, and mirror polished bolsters. Mfg'd in 2004. Both knives are in excellent condition, never carried or sharpened; bolsters with a few light handling marks. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
Lot of 2 Ltd. Ed. Buck Model 110 Knives Lot of 2 Ltd. Ed. Buck Model 110 Knives

Lot of 2 Ltd. Ed. Buck Model 110 Knives

Lot #889 (Sale Order 889 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Limited Edition Etched Blade Buck Model 110 Folding Knives: 1.) 1 of 1000 annual Christmas knife, etched blade with gold highlighted ''Christmas Pony''. Backside of blade is numbered ''0221/1000''. Wood handles with brass pins and bolsters. Included is a green velvet clamshell case, COA, misc. factory paperwork, trial-size Flitz cleaner, and plain cardboard sleeve. Mfg'd in 1989. Overall condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened. Bolsters with mild even toning. Handles, case, etc. are as new. 2.) Scrimshawed 500th Anniversary Christopher Columbus knife. White composite scrimshawed handle with Nautical scene and reads ''1492 Columbus 1992''; with nickel silver bolsters. The scrimshaw work was done by Linda Karst. Included is a brown velvet clamshell case, small plaque, misc. factory paperwork, and plain cardboard sleeve. Mfg'd in 1991. Overall condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened. Bolsters with light micro-scratching. Blade, handles, case, etc. are as new. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Lot of Three (3) Buck Fixed Blade Knives Lot of Three (3) Buck Fixed Blade Knives

Lot of Three (3) Buck Fixed Blade Knives

Lot #890 (Sale Order 890 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Buck Fixed Blade Knives: 1.) Model 107 Scout Hunting/Skinning Knife, 3.5'' blade, 7.5'' overall, black micarta handle, with three-line (no dot) blade stamp. In the original box with black leather sheath and misc. factory paperwork. Knife and sheath are in excellent as new overall condition; micarta with a few light handling marks. 2.&3.) Cutlery with 3'' blades, two-line ''Buck U.S.A.'' (script) blade stamp, 6-7/8'' overall with wood handles. Both are in excellent as new overall condition. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
Lot of 2 Ltd. Ed. Buck 531 Knives Lot of 2 Ltd. Ed. Buck 531 Knives

Lot of 2 Ltd. Ed. Buck 531 Knives

Lot #891 (Sale Order 891 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Limited Edition Etched Blade Buck Model 531 Folding Knives: 1.) 1 of only 100 commemorating the Battle of Brandy Station, etched blade with gold highlighted Civil War scene and reads ''1 of 100 Brandy Station''. Backside of blade is numbered ''049/100''. Wood handles with nickel silver pins and bolsters. Included is a gray velvet clamshell case, COA, misc. factory paperwork, and plain cardboard sleeve. Mfg'd in 1991. Bolsters with light scuffs and scratches. Blade, handles, case, etc. are excellent; never carried or sharpened. 2.) 1 of only 500 commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the White House, etched blade with gold highlighted White House scene. Backside of blade is numbered ''011/500''. Wood handles with nickel silver pins and bolsters. Included is a gray velvet clamshell case, COA, misc. factory paperwork, and plain cardboard sleeve. Mfg'd in 1991. Overall condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened. Bolsters with light micro-scratching. Blade, handles, case, etc. are as new. Est.: $200-$250/lot.
Lot of 3 Buck Model 503 ''Prince'' Knives Lot of 3 Buck Model 503 ''Prince'' Knives

Lot of 3 Buck Model 503 ''Prince'' Knives

Lot #892 (Sale Order 892 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Buck Model 503 ''Prince'' Folding Knives, including exotic handles: 1.) Water buffalo handles with mirror polished bolsters. Mfg'd in 1995. 2.) Buck Custom with rosewood handles, Buck ''Custom'' script logo, mirror polished bolsters. 3.) Sambar stag handles, Buck ''Script'' logo, and mirror polished bolsters. Knives with 2-3/8 blades and 3-3/8'' overall closed lengths. All knives are in excellent condition, never carried or sharpened. Bolsters with a small amount of slight handling marks. Est.: $150-$250/lot
Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives

Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives

Lot #893 (Sale Order 893 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives, with buffalo horn handles: 1.) Model 317 Trailblazer, with three-line (no dot) blade stamp, buffalo horn handles have been jigged to replicate Impala horn, with mirror polished bolsters. Condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened; bolsters with light marks from handling. 2.) Limited Edition Model 500 Duke with smooth water buffalo handles and mirror polished bolsters. 1 of only 100 made in 1987. Included is the original two-piece black ''limited edition'' box, black leather Buck sheath, COA, and other misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened; bolsters with light marks from handling. Box, sheath, COA, etc. are as new. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
Buck Knives Blade Process Display for Model 110 Buck Knives Blade Process Display for Model 110

Buck Knives Blade Process Display for Model 110

Lot #894 (Sale Order 894 of 596)

Buck Knives Blade Process Display for the Model 110: Possibly a salesman's display consisting of eight (8) different Buck Model 110 blades that outlines the blade-making process. Each blade is in a different state of production, starting with a blank blade continuing on thru adding the nail notch, chamfer, heat treatment, and all the way to the finished blade. All blades are circa 1981-1986 with ''BUCK 110 U.S.A.'' blade stamps with two dots on both sides of the ''110''. They are neatly attached to a thin cardboard backing that is shrink wrapped in plastic; heading label reads ''BUCK KNIVES, INC./#110 FOLDING HUNTER/BLADE PROCESS''. A few of the blades have some small spots of surface rust that is visible thru the clear plastic and are in otherwise excellent condition. An interesting piece for the Buck knife collector and worthy of further research. Est.: $150-$250.
Lot of Three (3) Buck Folding Knives Lot of Three (3) Buck Folding Knives

Lot of Three (3) Buck Folding Knives

Lot #895 (Sale Order 895 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Buck Folding Knives: 1.) Model 503 Prince with Macassar ebony handles, brass bolsters and pins. Blade with three-line stamp, made in 2004. 2.) Model 505 Knight with wood handles, mirror polished bolsters. Blade with Buck ''Custom'' script stamp. 3.) Model 703 Colt, wood handles, mirror polished bolsters, with Buck ''gothic'' oval shield and three-line script blade stamp. All knives are in excellent overall condition, never carried or sharpened; bolsters with light handling marks. Est.: $75-$125/lot.
Ltd. Ed. Buck Model 110 Budweiser Knife Ltd. Ed. Buck Model 110 Budweiser Knife

Ltd. Ed. Buck Model 110 Budweiser Knife

Lot #896 (Sale Order 896 of 596)

Limited Edition Etched Blade Buck Model 110 Budweiser Adolphus Busch Folding Knife, mirror polished etched blade with Clydesdale horse and other related images, gold highlighted image of Adolphus Busch and gold banner that reads ''Budweiser Adolphus Busch 1876''; backside is numbered 0024/1876. Blade with three-line Buck Custom ''script'' stamp. Wood handles with brass pins and bolsters. Included is a black velvet clamshell case, COA, misc. factory paperwork, and plain cardboard sleeve. Mfg'd in 1992. Overall condition is excellent, appearing as new, never carried or sharpened. Case, COA, etc. is also excellent. Est.: $90-$120.
No.'d Pair Buck Model 312 & 314 Trapper Knives No.'d Pair Buck Model 312 & 314 Trapper Knives

No.'d Pair Buck Model 312 & 314 Trapper Knives

Lot #897 (Sale Order 897 of 596)

Numbered Pair of Buck Model 312 and 314 Trapper Pattern Folding Knives, both with Macassar ebony handles. Overall closed length of the 312 is 3.5''; 314 is 4.25''. With three-line blades stamps, both are numbered 187/250 on the backside. The model 312 was made in 1993; model 314 in 1990. In a white cardboard ''Trapper Set'' box, catalog #2214; box is numbered to the knives. With the COA and other misc. factory paperwork. Only 250 of these sets were produced for Jack Jenkins Knives and Jewelry. Both knives are in excellent condition, never carried or sharpened. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives

Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives

Lot #898 (Sale Order 898 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Buck Folding Knives, including Model 110 Stag and 500 Arizona Game & Fish Commemorative: 1.) Model 110 with stag handles and brass bolsters, three-line blade stamp, mfg'd in 1989. Included is the original box, tan leather Buck 110-S sheath, and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened; bolsters with mild even toning. Sheath and box are also excellent. 2.) Model 500 Arizona Game & Fish Commemorative with micarta handles. Blade is marked ''ARIZONA GAME & FISH/50 YEAR COMMEMORATIVE/1929-1979. Front bolster with game & fish medallion. In the original box with black leather sheath and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened. Sheath and box are also excellent. Est.: $250-$350/lot.
Buck Model 110 Ducks Unltd. Knife Buck Model 110 Ducks Unltd. Knife

Buck Model 110 Ducks Unltd. Knife

Lot #899 (Sale Order 899 of 596)

Limited Edition Etched Blade Buck Model 110 Ducks Unlimited Folding Knife, commemorating 50 years of Canadian wetland conservation, etched blade with wetland scene and gold banner that reads ''1937-50 YEARS of WETLANDS CONSERVATION-1987. Blade with three-line Buck Custom ''script'' stamp. Wood handles with brass pins and bolsters; left side with and inlaid Ducks Unlimited medallion. Included is a green velvet clamshell case, misc. factory paperwork, and plain cardboard sleeve. Mfg'd in 1989. Overall condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened. Bolsters with mild even toning. Handles, case, etc. are as new. Est.: $90-$120.
Lot of Six (6) Custom Fixed Blade Knives Lot of Six (6) Custom Fixed Blade Knives

Lot of Six (6) Custom Fixed Blade Knives

Lot #900 (Sale Order 900 of 596)

Lot of Six (6) Custom Fixed Blade Knives, by Unidentified Makers: 1.) 5.5'' drop-point blade, maker's mark is an ''S'' over a ''(hammer)'', 9-3/4'' overall, full tapered tang with hardwood scales. In fine condition with scattered light scratches on the blade, appears unused. 2.) Same maker as the previous knife, 4.25'' drop-point blade, 8-5/8'' overall, full tapered tang, hardwood scales with white spacers. In unmarked brown leather sheath. Other than a few spots of light surface rust on the tang, knife rates as near excellent. Blade and handle with a couple of small handling marks; blade appears unused. 3.) 3.5'' drop-point blade, maker's mark is (three dots) over ''N'', 8'' overall, stag handle with brass guard and pommel cap. In an unmarked brown leather sheath. Knife and sheath are in good used condition. Blade shows considerable use and has been resharpened. Handle with a hairline fissure along the top edge. 4.) Skinning knife, 2-3/4'' blade with gut hook and finger ring, maker's mark is what looks like a small ''CL'' in lettering that resembles Norse runes; 6'' overall, hardwood scales, file worked spine. In very good lightly used condition. Scales with scattered small handling marks. 5.) 6'' slight trailing-point blade, ''B'' makers mark, 11'' overall, full brass guard, light colored horn handle, with buffalo horn pommel cap. Condition is good. Blade has what looks like light pitting but may have been intentionally etched. No chips to the cutting edge but it does appear to have been used. Handle with a few small gaps along the guard. Overall a solid knife. 6.) 4.5'' slight trailing-point blade with some file work to the top edge, maker's mark is a small Asian symbol, 9'' overall, nickel silver guard, desert ironwood scales with mosaic pins. In a tooled black leather O'Machearley's sheath. Knife is in fine condition. Blade with light micro-scratching but appears unused. Guard with mild toning. Scales with a nice natural pattern and color with only slight handling marks. Sheath is excellent. Est.: $300-$600/lot.
Lot of 6 Custom Knives by Unidentified Makers Lot of 6 Custom Knives by Unidentified Makers

Lot of 6 Custom Knives by Unidentified Makers

Lot #901 (Sale Order 901 of 596)

Lot of Six (6) Custom Knives by Unidentified Makers: 1.) Caping knife, 2.75'' spear point blade, blade is signed but not legible, 6.5'' overall, full tang with hardwood scales. Included is an unmarked leather sheath. Knife condition is very good, showing signs of light handling and use. Sheath is good. 2.) Bowie knife, 10'' blade is marked with a simple ''K'', 15'' overall, walnut scales; brass guard, pins and bolsters. Top edge of blade is partially file worked. Knife is in fine overall condition. Blade with a little micro-scratching. Brass pieces show mild toning. Overall a solid knife. 3.) 7.25'' fantasy type blade, signed but not legible, 13.25'' overall, one-piece hardwood handle, brass guard and pommel. Condition is good. Metal with scattered light to moderate scratching. 4.) 4.5'' mirror polished blade, maker's mark is not legible, 9'' overall, maroon micarta scales, tang is notched for finger placement. A nicely made knife in fine overall condition. Blade with some scattered micro-scratching that appears to be from storage as both of the sharpened edges appear unused. Micrata scales with small handling marks. 5.) Lockback folding knife, 3'' blade, partially file worked spine, brass bolsters, crown stag handle. Knife is in good lightly used condition. Brass with a few very small spots of surface rust. Stag handle is solid and locking mechanism functions properly. 6.) 4.75'' drop-point blade, marked ''R.S.N'' and ''2013-SS'', 9.5'' overall, full tang, finger grooved brass bolsters; with some file work and mosaic pins on the spine. Hardwood scales with mosaic pins as well as brass and stainless spacers with a thicker horn spacer. In brown leather sheath with tooled leaf design on the front and boot lace type stitching. Condition overall is very good. Knife does not appear to have been used but does have some light scratching on the blade and bolsters. Sheath is also very good. Est.: $300-$500/lot.
Lot of 2 Case Knives Lot of 2 Case Knives

Lot of 2 Case Knives

Lot #902 (Sale Order 902 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Case Knives: 1.) Case Brothers Elephant Toe/Sunfish Knife, marked on one side of blade ''Prototype'', ''XX'' on the opposite side; ''Case Brothers/Bradford, PA'' tang stamp, nickel silver bolsters, pink pearl handles with oval ''Case'' shield. Knife comes in a two-piece W.R. Case & Sons/Blue Grass Cutlery box with COA that has been filled out in pen. Knife is in very good overall condition, bolsters with light micro-scratching, handles with some small gaps where they meet the bolsters. Cutting edge is excellent and the tang stamps are clear. We are not able to authenticate this as an original prototype but are presenting this knife as we received it from the consignor; worth further research. 2.) 1940-1964 Case XX 25-1/2 Swell Center Jack pattern folding knife, jigged bone handles with oval shaped Case shield. Blade is marked ''CASE XX'' opposite side ''25-1/2''. Condition is good. Blades show additional sharpening and darkening to the metal, blade stamp is clear. Handles are free of any chips or cracks. Blades operate smoothly, no wobble. Included is a soft padded Case pouch. Est.: $200-$400/lot.
Lot of 3 Case TX Toothpick Knives Lot of 3 Case TX Toothpick Knives

Lot of 3 Case TX Toothpick Knives

Lot #903 (Sale Order 903 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Case Small ''Texas Toothpick'' Pattern Folding Knives, with Exotic Handles: 1.) #610096 SS, with box elder handles, bolster is numbered ''001''. Mfg'd 2002. 2.) #610096 SS, with mammoth ivory handles, bolster is numbered ''002''. Mfg'd 2002. 3.) #610096 SS, with gold mother of pearl handles, bolster is numbered ''002''. Mfg'd 2002. Each knife comes in an original black velvet Case box. All of the knives are in excellent as new condition, never carried or sharpened; bolsters with a few slight handling marks. Est.: $200-$350/lot.
Lot of 4 Case Folding Knives Lot of 4 Case Folding Knives

Lot of 4 Case Folding Knives

Lot #904 (Sale Order 904 of 596)

Lot of Four (4) Case ''Canoe'' and ''Russlock'' Pattern Folding Knives, with Exotic Handles: 1.) #62131 SS, Canoe pattern with Royal Palm wood handles, bolster is numbered ''001''. Mfg'd 2001. 2.) #62131 SS, Canoe pattern with box elder handles, bolster is numbered ''001''. Mfg'd 2000. 3.) #61953 L SS, Russlock pattern with Royal Palm wood handles, bolster is numbered ''001''. Mfg'd 2002. 4.) #61953 L SS, Russlock pattern with yellow and green swirled synthetic handles. Mfg'd 2002. Two (2) of the knives come in an original black velvet Case box; two (2) are in cardboard boxes. All of the knives are in excellent as new condition, never carried or sharpened, no chips or cracks to the handles; bolsters with a few slight handling marks. Est.: $250-$400/lot.
S&W Model 57 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 57 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 57 Double Action Revolver

Lot #905 (Sale Order 905 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 57 Double Action Revolver, #N775829, .41 mag. cal., 8-3/8'' pinned barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered Goncalo Alves target grips with S&W medallions, red ramp front sight, micrometer click adjustable white-outline rear sight, color case hardened target hammer and trigger. Mfg'd in 1980. Condition overall is very good. Most of the nickel finish remains but the surface is hazy and needs a good cleaning, with light handling marks; factory lettering is clear and defined. Approx. 98% case colors remain. Grips with shallow impressions, checkering is mostly clean and sharp. Smooth crisp action, bright bore rates excellent. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 25-5 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 25-5 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 25-5 Double Action Revolver

Lot #906 (Sale Order 906 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 25-5 Double Action Revolver, #N846530, .45 LC cal., 6'' pinned barrel, dark blue finish, factory checkered Goncalo Alves target grips, red ramp front sight and white outlined square notched fully adjustable rear sight, with color case hardened trigger and target hammer. Mfg'd circa 1980-1983. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 95% original blue finish, with 90% case colors. Metal with small surface nicks and scratches; cylinder with a light index line; factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips with general moderate sized handling marks and small impressions, checkering is mostly sharp. Smooth, crisp action; bright bore with excellent rifling and just a little powder fouling in the grooves. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 586-3 Distinguished Combat Magnum Revolver S&W Model 586-3 Distinguished Combat Magnum Revolver

S&W Model 586-3 Distinguished Combat Magnum Revolver

Lot #907 (Sale Order 907 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 586-3 Distinguished Combat Magnum Double Action Revolver, #BE09247, .357 mag. cal., 8-3/8'' barrel, dark blue finish, finger grooved hardwood Eagle grips, color case hardened semi-target hammer and target trigger, red ramp front sight and notched white outline fully adjustable rear sight. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 95% original blue finish; 97% case colors. Metal with small surface nicks and scratches; cylinder with a light index line; factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips with intermittent shallow handling marks. Smooth, crisp action; bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver

Lot #908 (Sale Order 908 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver, #BPN6505, .357 mag. cal., 4'' barrel, stainless steel, factory checkered walnut target grips with S&W logos; red ramp front and standard adjustable sight, standard hammer and trigger. Condition is excellent showing just light range use. Grips and action remain crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)
Steyr Model GB Semi-Automatic Pistol Steyr Model GB Semi-Automatic Pistol

Steyr Model GB Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #909 (Sale Order 909 of 596)

Steyr Model GB Semi-Automatic Pistol, #P14564, double/single action, 9mm cal., 5.25'' barrel with polygonal rifling, dark blue slide with textured black frame, checkered black plastic Steyr grips, white three-dot sights include a square-notched rear sight, with one blued steel 18-round magazine. Imported by and marked on top of slide ''Gun South, Inc., Trussv. AL''. This pistol is in fine overall condition and retains approx. 98% original finish. Slide shows light edgewear and some scratching, most noticeable on the left side. Grips with only a few very small handling marks on the checks. Smooth action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $500-$800. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Walther P5 Semi-Automatic Pistol Walther P5 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Walther P5 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #910 (Sale Order 910 of 596)

Walther P5 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #048928, 9mm, 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, checkered plastic grips, with one factory magazine. Condition is very good retaining approx. 92% original blue, with two cleaned rust spots to left side of slide, showing bright to otherwise blue finish. Grips and action are crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)
Near New Glock Model 19 Gen 3 Semi-Auto Pistol Near New Glock Model 19 Gen 3 Semi-Auto Pistol

Near New Glock Model 19 Gen 3 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #911 (Sale Order 911 of 596)

Near New Glock Model 19 Gen 3 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #VLE338, 9mm, 4.01'' barrel, black slide, black polymer frame, white-dot front sight and white outline rear sight, no magazine. In black hard shell Glock case with cable lock, cleaning accessories, speed loader, owner's manual, and other misc. paperwork. Overall this pistol appears in near new condition, inside and out very clean. Bore is mirror bright, appearing to have been fired very little. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern/PPT)
CZ Model 75 Semi-Automatic Pistol CZ Model 75 Semi-Automatic Pistol

CZ Model 75 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #912 (Sale Order 912 of 596)

CZ Model 75 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #H7721, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4.5'' barrel, black finish, checkered black plastic CZ grips, ramped front sight and white two-dot rear sight, with one unmarked 15-round magazine. Made in Czechoslovakia. Pistol is in very good overall condition retaining approx. 93% original black finish; metal with general small surface nicks and scratches. Grips show moderate handling wear, no chips or cracks. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)(High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup Nat'l Match Pistol Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup Nat'l Match Pistol

Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup Nat'l Match Pistol

Lot #913 (Sale Order 913 of 596)

Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup National Match Semi-Automatic Pistol, #FN23210, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, faux pearl grips, blade front sight with added red paint, fully adjustable Elliason rear sight, aluminum trigger, no magazine. Pistol with standard markings including ''Gold Cup/National Match'' on right side of slide. Condition overall is very good with light surface scuffs and scratches to the metal. Factory lettering is clear and defined, slide with slight plum-colored toning. Grips are near excellent with a few surface scratches, no chips or cracks. Smooth action, good bore that shows signs of moderate range use. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)
Beretta Model 84F Semi-Automatic Pistol Beretta Model 84F Semi-Automatic Pistol

Beretta Model 84F Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #914 (Sale Order 914 of 596)

Beretta Model 84F Semi-Automatic Pistol, #E53349Y, .380 cal., single/double action, 3.75'' barrel, satin nickel finish, factory checkered wood grips with Beretta medallions, standard fixed sights, ambidextrous safety/decocking lever, with two (2) factory 13-round magazines. In original blue plastic Beretta case with cleaning brush. Condition overall is excellent, with all of the factory nickel finish remaining. Factory lettering is crisp. Metal and grips with only intermittent slight handling marks. Back lower corner of the left grip with a single small flake to the finish. Excellent action and bore. Shows signs of very little handling or range use. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern/PPT)(High cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Springfield Armory Omega Semi-Auto Pistol Springfield Armory Omega Semi-Auto Pistol

Springfield Armory Omega Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #915 (Sale Order 915 of 596)

Springfield Armory Omega Semi-Automatic Pistol, #NM128154, .45 ACP cal., 6'' barrel, matte blue finish, ported slide, smooth wood grips, ramped blade front sight, fully adjustable rear sight, skeletonized trigger, one Pachmayr magazine with rubber base pad. Designed by Peters Stahl and marked with his name on rear of slide, barrel, and rear sight. Metal surfaces rate near excellent, showing just light handling marks; hammer with some tiny dark spots and pinprick pitting. Grips are good+ with several mostly moderate handling marks. Smooth action, polygonal rifled barrel is mirror bright. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern/PPT)
Star Ultra Star Semi-Automatic Pistol Star Ultra Star Semi-Automatic Pistol

Star Ultra Star Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #916 (Sale Order 916 of 596)

Star Ultra Star Semi-Automatic Pistol, #2189465, 9mm cal., double/single action, 3.5'' barrel, matte blue slide, black polymer frame with integral checkered grip and Star logo, with white 3-dot sights and ambidextrous safety, no magazine. Metal rates as very good retaining approx. 96% original finish, slide with scattered surfaces scuffs and a few light scratches. When you pull the slide back, there is some speckled oxidation visible on the barrel, also on top front half of the slide on or around the front sight. Frame rates as fine+ with only a few minor scuffs and small handling marks. Smooth, tight action; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $150-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Taurus Model 444 Raging Bull Revolver Taurus Model 444 Raging Bull Revolver

Taurus Model 444 Raging Bull Revolver

Lot #917 (Sale Order 917 of 596)

Taurus Model 444 Raging Bull Double Action Revolver, #TH834698, .44 mag. cal., 6.5'' ported vent rib barrel, matte stainless finish, factory black and red rubber grips, pinned blade front sight and fully adjustable rear sight, hammer with built-in internal locking system. Metal surfaces rate as very good+ with a few tiny surface impressions, as well as intermittent surface scuffs and scratches, cylinder with only a light index line. Grips are near excellent. Smooth crisp action, bore with a little powder fouling and rates near excellent; would probably clean to excellent. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)
Llama Model XV Semi-Automatic Pistol Llama Model XV Semi-Automatic Pistol

Llama Model XV Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #918 (Sale Order 918 of 596)

Llama Model XV Semi-Automatic Pistol, #412041, .22 LR cal., 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Llama medallions, color case hardened hammer, vent rib slide with integral blade front sight and dovetailed square-notched rear sight, and two (2) original magazines. Red and black box with nice vintage graphic on lid; box is numbered to the gun and includes the owner's manual, warranty card, and cleaning rod. Left side of frame with Spanish proofmarks and ''M1'' date code, mfg'd in 1967. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% metal finish, operational wear to sides of trigger and grip safety account for a majority of the finish loss. Frame and slide with intermittent minor handling marks, and slide markings are a little light, other factory lettering, proofmarks, etc. are crisp. Grips appear near new with sharp checkering. Smooth action, clean bore with nice defined rifling. Box shows overall edgewear and was hinged at one time, paper seam has separated, lid graphic is clear. Period manual is in nice condition with only normal mild yellowing from age. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle

Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle

Lot #919 (Sale Order 919 of 596)

Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle, #195-89710, .223 cal., 18.5'' barrel, satin blue finish, pistol-grip birch stock, factory buttplate, black upper handguard, fixed front sight, and folding rear sight, with sling swivels, and one 10-round magazine. Condition is excellent, showing only a few very minor handling marks. Smooth action, like new mirror bright bore. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)
AR Style Pistol Upper AR Style Pistol Upper

AR Style Pistol Upper

Lot #920 (Sale Order 920 of 596)

AR Style Pistol Upper, 9mm cal., with magazine adapter and two (2) 10-round A.S.C. 9mm magazines, matte black finish, 12.5'' overall barrel length, and includes the bolt. ''F'' marked front sight base; opposite side is marked ''<B>2''. Condition is excellent. Handguard shows just light surface scuffs. Approx. 98% matte finish remains. Bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$400.
Sig Sauer Model 522 Classic Semi-Auto Rifle Sig Sauer Model 522 Classic Semi-Auto Rifle

Sig Sauer Model 522 Classic Semi-Auto Rifle

Lot #921 (Sale Order 921 of 596)

Sig Sauer Model 522 Classic Semi-Automatic Rifle, #XA016349, .22 LR cal., 16'' barrel, matte black finish; black polymer lower receiver, handguard, full pistol-grip and folding telescopic stock. Top of frame is equipped with a full-length rail. No sights. Included are two (2) 10-round Sig Sauer magazines. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, with only a few small handling marks and spots of very minor edgewear. Folding telescopic stock functions properly. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Hi-Point Model 4095 Semi-Automatic Carbine Hi-Point Model 4095 Semi-Automatic Carbine

Hi-Point Model 4095 Semi-Automatic Carbine

Lot #922 (Sale Order 922 of 596)

Hi-Point Model 4095 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #H33113, .40 S&W cal., 17.5'' barrel, 19.5'' overall including the detachable compensator, dark blue/black finish; compensator, handguard, accessory rails, and parts of the stock with a bronze-colored paint finish. Skeletonized polymer stock has an adjustable recoil pad; California compliant fin grip has been added to the full pistol grip, with an angled fore grip. Elevation adjustable post front sight, ghost ring rear peep sight, with one 10-round magazine; each side of stock with a bracket that will hold an additional magazine. Condition is near excellent showing some light edgewear to the added bronze paint finish; the parts of the original finish that are visible show little wear, approx. 97% blue/black finish remains with scattered light handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern)
Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #923 (Sale Order 923 of 596)

Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #182-70361, .223 cal., 18.5'' barrel, stainless steel, factory birch stock and upper handguard with black plastic buttplate, and sling swivels. Standard sights include a blade front and rear peep sight; included is one 5-round Ruger magazine. Condition is excellent showing a small amount of normal light marks from handling and use. Edge of the pistol grip with a little thinning and a few minor impressions. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $450-$600. (Modern)
Bulgarian Arsenal Makarov Semi-Auto Pistol Bulgarian Arsenal Makarov Semi-Auto Pistol

Bulgarian Arsenal Makarov Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #924 (Sale Order 924 of 596)

Bulgarian Arsenal Makarov Semi-Automatic Pistol, #KO340350, 9x18 Mak. cal., 3-5/8'' barrel, dark blue finish, plum-colored safety and hammer, checkered Bakelite grips with lanyard bar on left side, integral blade front sight and square-notched rear sight, missing magazine. Frame and slide with visible matching numbers. Imported by Sentinel Arms, Detroit, MI and marked on right side of slide. Pistol is in near excellent overall condition and retains approx. 98%+ blue finish; right side of slide with some minor scratching and edgewear near the muzzle. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips are also near excellent with normal slight handling marks to the smooth borders and one tiny mar to the left side checkering. Excellent action and mirror bright bore. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Police mkd Star Model BM Semi-Auto Pistol Police mkd Star Model BM Semi-Auto Pistol

Police mkd Star Model BM Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #925 (Sale Order 925 of 596)

Police marked Star Model BM Semi-Automatic Pistol, #1516482, 9mm cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, checkered black plastic grips, with standard sights, and one blued steel magazine. Marked on the bottom of grip frame ''BM''; right side of frame ''INTERARMS/ALEX, VA.'' Left side of slide with standard markings, right side is stamped ''C.S.P.'' Condition is very good retaining approx. 90% blue finish. Metal with scattered small handling marks, thinning to the front and backstrap account for most of the finish loss; factory lettering is clear. Grips show moderate handling wear, no chips or cracks. Smooth action, bright bore rates near excellent. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern/PPT)
Czech CZ-82 Semi-Automatic Pistol Czech CZ-82 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Czech CZ-82 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #926 (Sale Order 926 of 596)

Czech CZ-82 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #124275, 9x18 Makarov cal., 3.8'' barrel, black finish, black plastic grips, blade front sight and notched rear sight. Marked on right side of frame ''SHE 89'' and engraved ''CZ-82 9 X 18'' on left side of slide. Includes two (2) 10-round magazines with black plastic bottoms. Condition overall is excellent retaining almost all of the finish on the metal that shows a few light handling marks. Grips are almost excellent with a few handling marks. Action is smooth, bright polygonal rifled bore is excellent. Import stamped on underside of frame. Includes a Czech tan leather holster and accessories in excellent condition. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern/PPT)
Hungarian FEG Model 74 Semi-Auto Pistol Hungarian FEG Model 74 Semi-Auto Pistol

Hungarian FEG Model 74 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #927 (Sale Order 927 of 596)

Hungarian FEG Model 74 Semi-Automatic Pistol, with holster, #AL-6182, .32 ACP cal., 3.5'' barrel, dark blue slide, aluminum frame, checkered black plastic grips, standard sights, with one magazine; magazine with a blued steel body, aluminum base, and is electro-penciled ''82'' to match the pistol. Left side of frame is import marked. Frame and slide with matching serial numbers; left side of the slide is also dated ''1980''. In a tan leather holster with shoulder straps and extra magazine pouch; inside flap is stamped ''Mdi'', ''IV/P, and ''MADE IN HUNGARY''. Condition is near excellent overall. Slide retains approx. 98% blue with a few slight handling marks to the metal. Grips with light handling marks to the smooth borders, right grip with a couple of small chips to the back inner edge. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Holster is in fine overall condition showing only normal light scuffs and carry wear to the exterior. Est.: $150-$250. (Modern/PPT)
Police Marked CZ Model 70 Semi-Auto Pistol Police Marked CZ Model 70 Semi-Auto Pistol

Police Marked CZ Model 70 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #928 (Sale Order 928 of 596)

Police Marked CZ Model 70 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #696766, .32 ACP cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory black plastic grips, integral small blade front sight and U-notched rear sight, decocking lever, and one black plastic finger extension magazine. Made in Czechoslovakia at the NAR Podnik Strakonice Factory; left side of frame is import marked; front gripstrap is marked ''NB50''. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 93% original blue, with most of the finish loss being edgewear to slide and thinning to front gripstrap; matte finish on top of slide with light surface scuffs. Grips with moderate impressions and small handling marks, mainly to the flat borders. Police markings on front strap have worn just a little thin, other factory lettering is clear. Smooth action; bore is clean and bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $150-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Star Model B Semi-Automatic Pistol Star Model B Semi-Automatic Pistol

Star Model B Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #929 (Sale Order 929 of 596)

Star Model B Semi-Automatic Pistol, #239579, 9mm, 5'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut stock, with one Star marked magazine. Condition is excellent as refinished, retaining approx. 99% of as later accomplished blue. Original grips with moderate wear. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R/PPT)
Mauser Model 1910 Semi-Automatic Pistol Mauser Model 1910 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Mauser Model 1910 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #930 (Sale Order 930 of 596)

Mauser Model 1910 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #285754, .25 Auto cal., 3'' barrel, blue finish, wraparound pressed checkered walnut grips, with one factory magazine. Condition is good retaining approx. 50% original blue. Grips with moderate flattening, having smoothed and losing some of the checkering details. Good action, fair bore. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R/PPT)
Original Mauser/Interarms American Eagle Luger Original Mauser/Interarms American Eagle Luger

Original Mauser/Interarms American Eagle Luger

Lot #931 (Sale Order 931 of 596)

Original Mauser/Interarms American Eagle Luger, #11.005369, 9mm, 6'' barrel, blue finish, straw-colored small parts, checkered wood grips, standard fixed sights, no magazine. Top of frame with ''American Eagle''; front grip strap marked ''Mauser-Werke A.G. Oberndorf a.N.'' Toggle is marked ''Original/(Mauser Banner)''; right side ''Interarms, Alexandria, Virginia''; back ''Made in Germany''. Condition is very good retaining approx. 95% factory blue finish. Metal with general small surface nicks and tiny scratches, most appear to be storage related; factory lettering is clear. Grips with a few spots of moderate flattening. Straw colored small parts with mild even toning; left side of the trigger with a few tiny specks of pitting. Action is tight, bore is bright; showing little evidence of being fired. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)
Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #932 (Sale Order 932 of 596)

Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #354214, 9mm cal., 5'' barrel, matte blue barrel and slide; black alloy frame, checkered black plastic grips, standard fixed sights, with one P1 marked magazine. Frame, barrel, and slide with visible matching numbers. Left side of slide is dated 7/73. Left side of frame is import marked; right side with x'd out ''BMI'' government markings. Frame and slide with ''(eagle)883'' proofmarks. Condition overall is very good. Approx. 96% blue and black finishes remain, edgewear to the frame accounts for a majority of the finish loss. Factory lettering, proofmarks, etc. are clear. Grips with general moderate handling marks and a few small chips to the smooth borders. Magazine base has toned mostly brown, body retains most of the blue finish. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Beretta Model 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol Beretta Model 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Beretta Model 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #933 (Sale Order 933 of 596)

Beretta Model 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #834298, .380 cal., 3.4'' barrel, blued finish, black plastic grips, fixed blade front sight and notched rear sight. Marked on left side of slide with standard model and address information including ''1940'' and ''XVIII''. Left side of frame stamped ''(crown)RE'', with one magazine. Condition overall is good with approx. 70% finish remaining on the metal showing areas of pitting on the left side of the slide, frame, and trigger. Grips are good with light chips and scratches. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good. No visible import marks. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #935 (Sale Order 935 of 596)

Walther P1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #284794W, 9mm, 5'' barrel, matte barrel and slide; black aluminum frame, checkered black plastic grips, standard fixed sights, with one Walther ''P1'' marked magazine. Left side of slide is dated 6/82; left side of frame has the serial number and rework date of ''9.96'', as well as ''BW'' federal defense mark; ''(eagle)/413'' proofmarks can also be found on various parts of the pistol; front of grip frame is marked ''PW ARMS REDMOND WA''. Barrel, frame and slide with matching numbers. In fine overall condition. Approx. 97% finish remains, with muzzle wear and light scuffs to the matte surfaces accounting for a majority of the finish loss. Frame retains nearly all of its finish. Factory lettering, proofmarks, etc. are clear. Grips show moderate wear; checkering is mostly sharp. Action is smooth with an excellent bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
FN Browning Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol FN Browning Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol

FN Browning Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #936 (Sale Order 936 of 596)

FN Browning Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol, #245PX26221, 9mm cal., 4-5/8'' barrel, black paint finish, checkered black plastic grips, standard sights, lanyard ring, with one blued steel Italian made 13-round magazine. Frame, barrel and slide with matching numbers. Left side of slide is marked. ''FABRIQUE NATIONALE HERSTAL BELGIQUE/BROWNINGS PATENT DEPOSE''. Right rear portion of frame is import marked ''A.E. CO., N.Y.C.'' Mfg'd 1973. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 96% black finish, scratches and edgewear to right side of slide account for most of the finish loss. Factory lettering is clear. Exposed portion of the barrel at the chamber with very light frosted surface rust that should clean to improve. Grips show normal light handling marks, checkering is mostly sharp. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
S&W Model 1917 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 1917 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 1917 Double Action Revolver

Lot #938 (Sale Order 938 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Double Action Revolver, #49233, .45 ACP cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips, with lanyard loop in butt. Flaming bomb proofmark to upper left side of frame. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% flaking blue, with the losses as flaking to crane area and sideplate. Grips with moderate wear as scuffs and scratches. Interesting checkered trigger face appears factory accomplished. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, by Springfield U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, by Springfield

Lot #939 (Sale Order 939 of 596)

U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, by Springfield, #739769, .30-06 cal., 23.75'' barrel, black finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protector and folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1903'', and on barrel behind the front sight ''SA/(flaming bomb)/11-18''. Rack number only on stock. Rifle has early serial number and may have single heat-treated receiver. Barrel has been shortened. Condition overall is very good with over 95% of the dark refinish remaining on the metal, with the rear sight base showing a partial reblue. Wood has been sanded and refinished with a flat stain showing almost no handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is almost excellent with sharp rifling. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle

Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #940 (Sale Order 940 of 596)

Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, #379566, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable aperture rear sight. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S. Rifle cal. .30 M1 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. Barrel stamped ''HRA-4-52''. ''WRA'' marked operating rod. ''SA'' marked bolt, hammer, and triggerguard.'' ''PB'' marked trigger housing. Defense Dept. stamp on left side of stock. ''3162'' stamped in barrel channel, Circle ''P'' firing proof on underside of wrist. Rifle was purchased from the DCM and includes certificate, invoice, etc. Prior to that it was in Danish naval service and is engraved on top of sight cover with an ''(anchor)/0246''. Included is a U.S. M-10 cleaning rod in butt trap. Condition overall is very good with approx. 70% finish remaining on the metal, with the balance bright and scattered areas of old light pitting. Wood has been sanded and arsenal refinished over old handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent with sharp rifling. No import stamps. In DCM shipping box. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R)
Lot:  Bayonets, Holster, Flare Pistol Lot:  Bayonets, Holster, Flare Pistol

Lot: Bayonets, Holster, Flare Pistol

Lot #941 (Sale Order 941 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Bayonets, WW1 U.S. Holster, and Flare Pistol: (1) The first bayonet is a Swedish Mauser M1894/14 type with 13'' double edged bright blade and an anchor proofmark on side of ricasso. Grip panels are wood with retaining screws. Scabbard is steel with a frog stud. Crossguard is marked ''I. 13 No. 114''. Condition is good with dents and dings to the wood grips, and scattered rust patina on the scabbard and metal of the handle. (2) The second bayonet is an unmarked Contract Mauser type with a 11-3/4'' blade that appears to have been shortened. Wood grips with screw retainers. Steel scabbard with a black painted finish. Muzzle ring diameter is approx. 3/4''. Condition is good, the blade and metal of the handle having been cleaned bright. Paint on scabbard is about 90%. (3) Holster is a WW1 era U.S. .45 Auto type with maker's mark on the back to ''Warren Leather Goods, 1917''. Front has been dyed black, but the rear remains brown leather, with brass belt loop. Front flap marked with ''US'' in oval, showing faint stamped unit markings that read ''A 311 F''. Condition is good with some crazing to leather and some light verdigris around the brass rivets, belt loop, and stud. 4.) WWII Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co. U.S. M-8 Flare Pistol, 37mm, metal with aluminum grip frame, checkered black plastic grips. Right side of the frame is marked inside of a triangle ''EVCC/1942/U.S. PROPERTY/PISTOL PYROTECHNIC M-8''. Condition is good. Metal with a mostly yellow hue with areas of frosted surface rust and patches of moderate corrosion; thorough cleaning would improve the overall condition. Left grip with a hairline crack along the front edge and both are otherwise very good. Action needs repair, bore with patches of surface rust and corrosion. Est.: $250-$350/lot.
Shortened M71/84mm Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Shortened M71/84mm Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Shortened M71/84mm Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #942 (Sale Order 942 of 596)

Shortened M71/84mm Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #4608, 11mm Mauser cal. (stamped 10.95 on barrel), barrel has been shortened to 22.9'', blued finish, hardwood stock, front sight removed, adjustable leaf folding rear sight. Stamped on left side of receiver ''I.G MOD 71/84'', no date on right side. ''(Crown)/SPANDAU'' on chamber flat; ''(crown)/F.W.'' on left side. Unit numbers on buttplate tang ''37.R/1.241''. Faint cartouches on stock. Rifle has been sporterized by shortening barrel. Notch has been cut for front sight but sight is not fitted. Mismatched numbers on bolt assembly. Condition overall is very good with over 80% finish remaining on metal surfaces with fading on action and buttplate. Stock has been sanded and refinished with a gloss varnish showing handling marks overall. Bore has a few small areas of pitting, otherwise very good with strong rifling. The action and cartridge lifter operate smoothly. Est.: $300-$450. (Antique)
German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #943 (Sale Order 943 of 596)

German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #43aa, 8x57mm cal., 29.1'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable Lange Vizier rear sight, no cleaning rod. Marked on receiver ring ''WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER A.-G. OBERNDORF A/N 1917''. Left side rail marked ''Gew.98.''. ''Crowned W'' and other inspection stamps on right side and underside of buttstock. Numbers match except bolt shroud. Condition overall is fair with metal surfaces showing patina and areas of rust. Stock shows multiple impact marks around the tang and receiver areas; wrist is cracked through to the right side. Bore is dark and rough with fair rifling. Safety lever is jammed in the fire position and needs to be repaired by a competent gunsmith. Bolt operates smoothly. No visible import marks. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Swedish M38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Swedish M38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Swedish M38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #944 (Sale Order 944 of 596)

Swedish M38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #605967, 6.5x55mm cal., 23.6'' barrel, blued/bright finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with attached protective hood and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''HUSQVARNA VAPENFABRIKS AKTIEBOLAG''. Brass bore condition disc and remnants of range decal on right side of buttstock. Bolt handle has been re-numbered to match, rear band is mismatched. Includes cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with over 80% finish remaining on metal surfaces. Wood is very good with applied varnish over old handling marks and scratches. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good. Import stamped on right side of barrel. A good condition Swedish leather sling is attached. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
U.S. Property mkd Mossberg 44US Training Rifle U.S. Property mkd Mossberg 44US Training Rifle

U.S. Property mkd Mossberg 44US Training Rifle

Lot #945 (Sale Order 945 of 596)

U.S. Property marked Mossberg Model 44US Bolt Action Training Rifle, #127897, .22 L.R. cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish; one-piece pistol-grip hardwood stock with grooved steel buttplate and sling swivels, hooded blade front sight, Mossberg S-100 ''Micro Click'' peep sight, finger-grooved triggerguard, and one original magazine. ''U.S. Property'' marked on both the receiver and barrel. Mfg'd 1943-1944. Rifle is in fine overall condition retaining approx. 95% original blue finish. Metal with some light scratching and small handling marks, most noticeable on top and left side of receiver; bottom of barrel near the muzzle with a few small spots of surface rust that would improve with a thorough cleaning. Stock is sound with scattered light handling marks, typical of moderate range use. Very good smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Winchester M1 Garand Receiver w/components Winchester M1 Garand Receiver w/components

Winchester M1 Garand Receiver w/components

Lot #946 (Sale Order 946 of 596)

U.S. M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle Receiver, by Winchester, with Components, #2424670, .30-06 cal., marked on tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL..30 M1 WINCHESTER''. Includes complete bolt, stripped trigger housing, and triggerguard, all stamped ''W.R.A.'' No other parts included. Condition overall is very good with over 50% thinning finish remaining on metal surfaces, with dark areas on the underside of triggerguard. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
U.S. Krag Rifle Bayonet U.S. Krag Rifle Bayonet

U.S. Krag Rifle Bayonet

Lot #947 (Sale Order 947 of 596)

U.S. Krag Rifle Bayonet, with scabbard, dated 1898, 11.6'' blade, 16.25'' overall, wood grips, and an original scabbard and belt hook that have been chrome plated. Condition is good. Blade with scattered specks of very fine pitting and darkening to the metal; no chips, etc. to the cutting edge; date and U.S. stamp are clear. Grips with normal darkening, age, and wear; no cracks and fit well. Left side of pommel with a patch of light pitting. Scabbard with a few spots of minor flaking to the chrome plate; approx. 97% remains. Est.: $75-$125.
Lot of 2 U.S. M-1917 Bayonets Lot of 2 U.S. M-1917 Bayonets

Lot of 2 U.S. M-1917 Bayonets

Lot #948 (Sale Order 948 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) U.S. M-1917 Bayonets, both stamped ''(flaming bomb)/U.S'' and ''1917 REMINGTON'' on ricasso: 1.) Condition of bayonet is about excellent with a couple of small patina spots to pommel and edge of blade. Tiny nicks to blade and grips. Plastic scabbard is marked ''U.S.-M1917 B.M.CO.'' and is in good condition, with closed crack to bottom and light patina to locket. 2.) Bayonet has been chromed for ceremonial use. Condition is good with areas of flaking to the finish and handling marks on the grips. No scabbard. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Remington Model 1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle Remington Model 1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

Remington Model 1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #949 (Sale Order 949 of 596)

Remington Model 1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #11784, .30-06 cal., 26'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.MODEL OF 1917 REMINGTON'', and on barrel behind front sight ''R/flaming bomb)/1 17''. There are two ''RA-P'' cartouches stamped in left side of stock forward of wrist. Tip of the forend is stamped with an ''E''. Bolt is a WWI replacement stamped ''USMC'' (United Shoe Machinery Co.). There is a large block ''11'' engraved lightly into right side of forend. Condition overall is very good+ with approx. 95% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good with an even dark color and light handling marks and impressions. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $500-$800. (C&R)
British No. 4 Mk 1* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle British No. 4 Mk 1* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

British No. 4 Mk 1* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #950 (Sale Order 950 of 596)

British No. 4 Mk 1* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #14C5138, .303 British cal., 25.2'' barrel, blued/parkerized finish, hardwood stock, front sight blade missing, front sight block and protectors are present, with folding leaf rear sight. Marked on left side of receiver ''No4 Mk1*/U.S.PROPERTY/S/1942''. ''No.2 bolt head 22'' stamped on magazine. Mismatched number on bolt handle. Forend, handguards, and rear band are replacements. Condition overall is very good with approx. 75% finish remaining on the metal. Forend and handguards are excellent. Buttstock is very good showing darkness and handling marks. Action is smooth; two-groove bore is very good with some darkness near the muzzle. Import stamped on top of barrel. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
Yugoslavian M48A Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Yugoslavian M48A Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Yugoslavian M48A Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #951 (Sale Order 951 of 596)

Yugoslavian M48A Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #33945, 8x57mm cal., 23.25'' barrel, blued/bright finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight with hood and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on top of receiver ring with Yugoslavian crest over ''M48A''. Cyrillic ''NPEAY3EKE 44'' on left side rail. Matching numbers, with cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with metal surfaces retaining almost all of its dark blue finish, showing a few dark stains on the bolt. Stock has a small piece cracked loose forward of the bolt handle, otherwise the wood is very good with an even color and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Est.: $300-$400. (C&R)
Australian BSA Cadet Martini Single Shot Rifle Australian BSA Cadet Martini Single Shot Rifle

Australian BSA Cadet Martini Single Shot Rifle

Lot #952 (Sale Order 952 of 596)

Australian BSA Cadet Martini Single Shot Rifle, #X225, .357 mag. cal., 25.2'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and adjustable leaf rear sight. Marked on right side of receiver ''COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA'', and on left side ''MADE BY THE BIRMINGHAM SMALL ARMS CO LTD''. Very sharp ''COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA MILITARY FORCES VICTORIA cartouche on right side of buttstock. #15351 also stamped on buttstock. Condition overall is very good with approx. 95% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is good with darkening and overall handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good. No visible import stamps. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)
Argentine Model 1891 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Argentine Model 1891 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Argentine Model 1891 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #953 (Sale Order 953 of 596)

Argentine Model 1891 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #E8598, 7.65x53mm cal., 29.13'' barrel, blued/bright finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on left side of receiver ''MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1891 MANUFACTURA LOEWE BERLIN''. Argentine cartouches on buttstock and handguard, with matching numbers. Crest has been ground off of receiver ring and the area refinished with a mottled bluing. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal which is slightly browning overall, with rust on the buttplate. Wood shows an old light refinish that is now faded with dents and scratches. There are sharp cartouches on the buttstock. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $300-$500. (Antique)
Venezuelan FN-49 Frame and Trigger Assembly Venezuelan FN-49 Frame and Trigger Assembly

Venezuelan FN-49 Frame and Trigger Assembly

Lot #954 (Sale Order 954 of 596)

Venezuelan FN-49 Frame and Trigger Assembly, #7524, frame with a blued finish; trigger assembly with a matte black finish. Frame with standard ''FN'' marks to the right side, as well as Venezuelan crest to the top. Trigger assembly appears complete. In very good overall condition. Factory marks are clear. Chamber threads are good. Black finish on the trigger assembly was applied over some moderate dings and surface scratches. Trigger mechanism is tight. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern)
Lot of Two (2) Military Hats Lot of Two (2) Military Hats

Lot of Two (2) Military Hats

Lot #955 (Sale Order 955 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Military Hats: (1) Post-WWII French Foreign Legion Kepi, black wool body with red wool top, with black patent leather visor and black leather chinstrap. Inside is lined with black satin, black leather sweat band, and plastic sweat cover at the top, showing Paris maker's stamp to top lining. Affixed to the front is a pin-backed winged propeller device with copper-colored band that is engraved ''France''. Pin is a silver-colored metal and may pre-date the hat. (2) German/Bavarian Fore and Aft Cap, dating from the mid-1860's to late 1880's, with button, and roundels having the royal cipher of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Body of the cap is covered in black beaver skin, with black silk ribbon around the edges. There is a rosette of silver and red woven bullion, with a decoratively woven gold bullion band and gold gilt button. At either end are roundel-decorated thick silver bullion rope and blue wool centers, with gold gilt crowned ''L'' devices. The lining is white silk with a white leather sweat band. In the center top is a gold printed crowned logo for ''Deutche Industrie''. Condition is good, with wear to the edges of the outside body at the brim, and a couple of worn spots on top edges of the hat. Centers of the roundels on each end have moth damage to the blue wool centers, with losses to the material. Sweat band has some minor cracks and the silk lining has some soiling. Overall, it shows age and use, normal for something of that time period. Est.: $250-$500/lot.
Aargentine Con. M.1879 Remington RB 3-Band Rifle Aargentine Con. M.1879 Remington RB 3-Band Rifle

Aargentine Con. M.1879 Remington RB 3-Band Rifle

Lot #956 (Sale Order 956 of 596)

Argentine Contract Model 1879 Remington Rolling Block Three-Band Rifle, NVSN, .43 Spanish (11mm) cal., blued 36'' barrel with long saber bayonet lug on right side, and integral block-blade front and adjustable sliding-leaf rear sights, marked ''Modelo Argentino 1879 E.N.'' on top flat of 2.25'' octagonal rear section; blued receiver with integral triggerguard is marked on top tang with the Remington name, address and patent dates in three lines; blued breechblock, hammer, trigger, and buttplate; varnished hardwood forend with blued nosecap and three blued barrel bands (middle with sling swivel) retaining the slotted and grooved steel ramrod, and matching buttstock with sling swivel underneath. Condition is fine as partially refinished: the barrel retains approx. 97% of what appears to be original dull military blue, and sharp markings; the balance of the metal parts were likely reblued during the late 1950s/early 1960s when the Argentine government released these rifles for resale (many to U.S. importers), as the tang markings are weak. Stocks are sound and mostly smooth showing occasional handling dings (mostly on forend, which has a 5.75'' wood patch on bottom left between the top and middle bands), and fit ''proud,'' with nice color and smooth varnish finish. Action is very strong and smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $450-$650. (Antique)
Josef Arens Print Josef Arens Print

Josef Arens Print

Lot #957 (Sale Order 957 of 596)

Print from Original Sketch of WWII German Soldier with Luger in Hand, by noted German wartime artist Josef Arens (1901-1979), approx. 19''x24'' framed and matted. Hand signed by the artist, Arens is best known for his sketches in charcoal and graphite of German soldiers in combat situations. Print is in very good condition showing some discoloration and minor fold marks to right side. Frame needs refinishing. Est.: $300-$400.
Josef Arens Prints Josef Arens Prints

Josef Arens Prints

Lot #958 (Sale Order 958 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Prints from Original Sketches of WWII Scenes, by noted German wartime artist Josef Arens (1901-1979), approx. 17''x22'' in original matted frames. Hand signed by the artist, Arens is best known for his sketches in charcoal and graphite of German soldiers in combat situations. Prints are in good condition showing discoloration and age; frames need refinishing. Est.: $300-$400/lot.
Josef Arens Prints Josef Arens Prints

Josef Arens Prints

Lot #959 (Sale Order 959 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Prints from Original Sketches of WWII Scenes, by noted German wartime artist Josef Arens (1901-1979), approx. 17''x22'' in original matted frames. Hand signed by the artist, Arens is best known for his sketches in charcoal and graphite of German soldiers in combat situations. Prints are in good condition showing discoloration and age, and some mold at edges. Mattes need replacement; frames need refinishing. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Japanese Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle Japanese Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle

Japanese Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #960 (Sale Order 960 of 596)

Japanese Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle, #90730, 7.7x58mm cal., 25.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight with guards and adjustable folding leaf rear sight with peep and attached anti-aircraft wings, no cleaning rod. Left side of receiver has no series mark and is stamped with the arsenal code of the Nagoya Arsenal. Crest and rifle type information ground from top of receiver. Rear barrel band is mono-pod type. Mismatched bolt, matching number on front band. Condition overall is very good with over 85% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good with overall dents and scratches to the finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent with shallow rifling. No visible import stamps. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Czech K98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Czech K98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Czech K98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #961 (Sale Order 961 of 596)

Czech K98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #6194, 8x57mm cal., 23.6'' barrel, blued finish, laminated stock with cupped buttplate, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight, no cleaning rod. Czech crest has been removed from top of receiver ring and marked ''CESKOSLOVENSKA ZBROJOVKA,A.S,BRNO''. Matching numbers except buttplate. Condition overall is very good+ with approx. 95% finish remaining on the partially reblued metal. Wood has been sanded and refinished and shows a few dents and scratches to the finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Includes a reproduction leather sling in very good condition. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #962 (Sale Order 962 of 596)

Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #V5640, 7x57mm cal., 21.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. No markings on receiver ring or stock. Mismatched number on bolt handle. Includes cleaning rod that is bent at tip. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 85% of its refinished bluing. Wood has been sanded and refinished over old dents and scratches; there is a small crack at the wrist. Bore is very good with very good rifling. The sear needs to be adjusted as the bolt drags on closing, otherwise the action operates smoothly. No visible import marks. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R)
Deactivated Italian 1870/87/15 Vetterli Rifle Deactivated Italian 1870/87/15 Vetterli Rifle

Deactivated Italian 1870/87/15 Vetterli Rifle

Lot #963 (Sale Order 963 of 596)

Deactivated Italian Model 1870/87/15 Vetterli Vitali Bolt Action Rifle, #EB8639, 6.5x52mm cal., 34'' barrel, blued finish, blade front sight and adjustable leaf rear sight. Marked on barrel ''TORINO 1892''. Includes cleaning rod. Mismatched number on buttstock. Rifle cannot be shot. Chamber has been plugged by welding breech end closed so cartridge cannot be chambered. Overall condition is good with approx. 70% of the reblued finish remaining on the metal, with areas of rust and patina across the action and buttplate. Butt has a through crack across the toe, otherwise the wood is good with mostly old handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is unusable. No visible import marks. Est.: $150-$250. (Antique)
P.08 Luger, by Mauser (S/42) P.08 Luger, by Mauser (S/42)

P.08 Luger, by Mauser (S/42)

Lot #964 (Sale Order 964 of 596)

P.08 Luger, by Mauser (S/42), #471n, 9mm, 4'' barrel, blue finish with straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with one unserialized nickel-plated magazine. 1936 dated chamber, S/42 to toggle link, ''Gesichert'' to thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor. Condition is excellent as refinished, retaining approx. 95% of a well-applied immersion type blue. Sideplate does not appear to be original and has been force matched. All other matching numbers appear to be original. Grips are of new mfg. and fit reasonably well. Good action, very good bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
CZ Model CZ-52 Semi-Automatic Pistol CZ Model CZ-52 Semi-Automatic Pistol

CZ Model CZ-52 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #965 (Sale Order 965 of 596)

CZ Model CZ-52 Semi-Automatic Pistol, with holster, #F19016, 7.62x25mm Tokarev cal., 4.75'' barrel, parkerized finish, grooved brown composite grips, standard fixed sights, lanyard loop, with one original magazine. Right side of frame is dated ''53'', ''VOZ 82'', and import marked; left side ''rid''. Barrel, frame, and slide with matching numbers. Included is an unmarked post-war black leather holster for an Astra pistol with brass hardware; even though it is intended for an Astra the CZ52 fits well. Metal surfaces rate excellent with intermittent normal light marks from handling; factory lettering, etc. is clear. Grips are very good with some fine scratching to the smooth borders, no chips or cracks. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. The holster is in good overall condition with rub marks and some surface cracking but remains pliable. Stitching is excellent with no fraying, etc. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R/PPT)
Wartime Walther P.38 (ac-43) Semi-Auto Pistol Wartime Walther P.38 (ac-43) Semi-Auto Pistol

Wartime Walther P.38 (ac-43) Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #966 (Sale Order 966 of 596)

Wartime Walther P.38 (ac-43) Semi-Automatic Pistol, #6884f, 9mm, 5'' barrel, blue finish, dark grooved phenolic resin grips, with one wartime P.38 magazine. Condition is fine as refinished, probably captured by the Russians and import marked. All visible matching numbers, including breechblock, with approx. 95% importer blue remaining. Good grips and action, very good bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
WW1 Era Model 1909 U.S. Bolo Machete WW1 Era Model 1909 U.S. Bolo Machete

WW1 Era Model 1909 U.S. Bolo Machete

Lot #967 (Sale Order 967 of 596)

WW1 Era Model 1909 U.S. Bolo Machete, mfg'd by Plumb in Philadelphia, with 14'' bright blade, dated 1917, flaming bomb proofmark at ricasso area, and ''U.S. 45756'' stamped on the other side; wood grip panels secured with three brass rivets. Small brass end cap on tip of grip with retaining screw. Leather sheath has a brass reinforced opening for the blade and brass grommet at bottom tip, with single wide loop for attachment to belt. Marked ''LADEW, 1918, C.H.W.'' on back side. Condition is very good. Blade shows slight sharpening near the tip and a cleaned bright polished finish overall. Wood grips are in nice condition showing almost no use. Bluing on steel crossguard is approx. 90%. Leather sheath shows age, scuffs and scratches, with some verdigris around the brass components. Overall a nice example. Est. $200-$300.
Lot of 2 U.S. Bayonets Lot of 2 U.S. Bayonets

Lot of 2 U.S. Bayonets

Lot #968 (Sale Order 968 of 596)

Lot of two (2) U.S. Bayonets: 1.) U.S.M-1942 marked ''OL US 1942'' on ricasso, 15.75'' blade. Condition of bayonet is good with approx. 40% finish remaining on the blade with overall patina. Sharpening to blade and nicks to blade and back edge. Grips are very good. Green plastic scabbard marked ''USN MKI''. Condition is good with handling marks and patina. 2.) U.S.M-1905 marked ''US'' and ''SA/(flaming bomb)/1920'', 16'' blade. Condition of bayonet is very good with approx. 90% finish remaining with light patina to the pommel. Blade with old sharpening. Wooden grips very good with minor flattening. Scabbard is good with chips and scratches. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
British No. 1 Mk III* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifl British No. 1 Mk III* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifl

British No. 1 Mk III* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifl

Lot #969 (Sale Order 969 of 596)

British No. 1 Mk III* Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #N58586, .303 British cal., 25.2'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protective ears and adjustable leaf rear sight. Marked on right side of action body ''(crown)/GR/B./1943/SHT./L.E/III*''. Mismatched number on bolt, other numbers match with additional number on nose cap. Small damaged area on muzzle crown. Condition overall is good with approx. 50% finish remaining on metal surfaces. Rear handguard is cracked and the repair inserts are missing, otherwise wood is very good with light handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is fair with fair rifling. No visible import stamps. Includes leather sling in good condition. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver

British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver

Lot #970 (Sale Order 970 of 596)

British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver, with holster and lanyard. #M3877, 5'' barrel, blued finish, walnut grips, blade front sight and square notch fixed rear sight. Marked on right side of frame ''(crown)/ENFIELD 1941'' and ''No.2 Mk 1*''. ''Broad Arrow 41'' and ''CAL.38'' stamped on top flat of barrel. Matching numbers. Condition overall is fair, as the action does not function properly and must be adjusted by a gunsmith. Metal surfaces retain approx. 90% finish which is turning to a brown patina overall. Walnut grips are good with overall chipping and flattening. Bore is good with dark areas that may clean better, and very good rifling; chambers are clean. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Unmarked lanyard is excellent. Canadian holster is very good and faintly stamped ''1943''. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Swedish M96 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Swedish M96 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Swedish M96 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #971 (Sale Order 971 of 596)

Swedish M96 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #149719, 6.5x55mm cal., 29.1'' barrel, blued/bright finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''CARL GUSTAFS STADS GEVARSFAKTORI 1904''. All matching numbers except buttplate. Muzzle is threaded, includes cleaning rod. Rear receiver bridge is drilled and tapped for additional sight (not included). Missing brass marking disc and range scale on right side buttstock. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal with the balance thinning bright. Wood is very good with an even color and shows a few gouges and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore has good rifling. Import marked on right side of barrel. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
Czech VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Czech VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Czech VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #972 (Sale Order 972 of 596)

Czech VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #OR17459, 8x57mm cal., 23.6'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight with protecting ears and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on top of receiver ring with partially visible crest, and on left side rail ''ZBROJOVKA BRNO, A.S.VZ.24''. Mismatched number on bolt handle, matching number on stock. Missing cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with approx. 30% finish remaining on the metal, the balance bright. Wood is very good with overall darkness and handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Czech Model 98/22 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Czech Model 98/22 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Czech Model 98/22 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #973 (Sale Order 973 of 596)

Czech Model 98/22 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #E2132, 29.13'' barrel, blued/bright finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on top of receiver ring with straight three line ''CESKOSLOVENSKA ZBROJOVKA BRNO''. Rear sight leaf marked with Turkish crescent and characters. Mismatched numbers on bolt handle. Includes cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with approx. 95% finish remaining on the metal, with bright bolt showing areas of patina. Handguard has a small crack and shows hand fitting, otherwise wood is very good with darkening and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Spanish Model 1893 Bolt Action Rifle Spanish Model 1893 Bolt Action Rifle

Spanish Model 1893 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #974 (Sale Order 974 of 596)

Spanish Model 1893 Bolt Action Rifle, by Oviedo (1896), #2816, 7x57mm, 29'' barrel, blue finish, European walnut stock. Condition is very good as arsenal refinished, retaining approx. 90% matte blue. Stock shows only light marks; forend with crack emanating from back left corner of rear sight. Crisp action, fair bore. Est.: $200-$400. (Antique)
Italian Model 1941 Mannlicher Carcano Rifle Italian Model 1941 Mannlicher Carcano Rifle

Italian Model 1941 Mannlicher Carcano Rifle

Lot #975 (Sale Order 975 of 596)

Italian Model 1941 Mannlicher Carcano Bolt Action Rifle, #AG7485, 6.5x52mm cal., 27.2'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and tangent with turned over leaf rear sight. Marked on barrel shank ''(crown)/FAT42''; ''MADE IN ITALY'' stamped on stock. Matching numbers on buttstock. Missing cleaning rod; includes leather sling. Condition overall is good with metal surfaces retaining approx. 70% finish, with thinning and areas of rust on receiver and barrel. Handguard is cracked with a piece missing at the rear sight. Wood has been sanded and buttstock is dark with old light handling marks. Action is smooth, bore has darkness in the grooves that may clean better with good rifling. No visible import stamps. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Chinese SKS Semi-Automatic Carbine Chinese SKS Semi-Automatic Carbine

Chinese SKS Semi-Automatic Carbine

Lot #976 (Sale Order 976 of 596)

Chinese SKS Semi-Automatic Carbine, with folding bayonet, #11021790, 7.62x39mm cal., 20'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on left side of receiver with a ''26/(triangle)'' stamp and three Chinese characters. Matching numbers, with cleaning rod and butt trap cleaning kit. Condition overall is very good with over 90% finish remaining on the metal, and scratches on the receiver, magazine and barrel. Wood is very good with overall scratches and dents in the finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Triangle bayonet is excellent. Import stamped on left side of receiver. Est.: $350-$450. (C&R)
Spanish M43 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Spanish M43 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Spanish M43 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #977 (Sale Order 977 of 596)

Spanish M43 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #2893, 8x57mm cal., 23.9'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. No markings except caliber and serial number on receiver. Inspection stamps on stock. Matching numbers, and includes cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good, with almost all of the dark arsenal re-blue remaining on the metal with light patina on the buttplate. There is rust on the inside of the cocking piece. Wood is very good with areas of impressions and light scratches to the even colored finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Lot of Two (2) Aviation Prints Lot of Two (2) Aviation Prints

Lot of Two (2) Aviation Prints

Lot #978 (Sale Order 978 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Aviation Prints: (1) ''The Phantoms'', by D, Kissinger, approx. 17''x38'' framed and matted, and dated 1988. (2) ''B-2 Test Flight Over Mojave'', unsigned, published by the Northrup Corp., 1990, image size approx. 25''x20''. Both are in excellent condition under glass in metal frames, one with minor damage to corner of glass. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Italian Model 91 Mannlicher Carcano Carbine Italian Model 91 Mannlicher Carcano Carbine

Italian Model 91 Mannlicher Carcano Carbine

Lot #979 (Sale Order 979 of 596)

Italian Model 91 Mannlicher Carcano Bolt Action Carbine, #X5911, 6.5x 52mm cal., 17.7'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and fixed notch rear sight. Marked on rear sight block ''CAL.6.5'' and ''2'' on barrel shank, all other marks removed. Matching number on stock, mismatched number on bolt handle. Two incorrect bolt/screws are fitted. Condition overall is good with approx. 75% of the reblued finish remaining on the metal with areas of rust throughout. Wood is very good with handling marks and some discoloration. Action is smooth, bore is fair with darkening in the grooves and good rifling. No visible import stamps. Bayonet operates smoothly. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle

Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #980 (Sale Order 980 of 596)

Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle, #80536, 7.7x58mm cal., 25.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on left side of receiver with 7th Series mark and the stamp of the Nagoya Arsenal. Top of receiver ring has removed chrysanthemum and characters for ''99 Type''. Mismatched numbers on bolt, matching numbers on bayonet lug. Wood has been spray painted with a camouflage finish. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 70% finish, turning a brown patina in places. Wood has a number of recent dents and scratches to the painted finish. Action is smooth, bore is very good. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R)
2 Arisaka Bayonets & 1 Swedish Mauser Bayonet 2 Arisaka Bayonets & 1 Swedish Mauser Bayonet

2 Arisaka Bayonets & 1 Swedish Mauser Bayonet

Lot #981 (Sale Order 981 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Arisaka Bayonets and One Swedish Mauser Bayonet: 1.) Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet, with scabbard, mfg'd by Kokura Arsenal, hooked crossguard, smooth wood grips. Numbered on pommel (hard to read but looks like) ''1430896''. Condition is good. Blade with a small amount of pin prick pitting and some dark spotting. Grips, pommel, and guard show general darkening and honest wear. Scabbard retains a majority of the blue finish, also with some minor pitting and darkening; no dents or major blemishes. 2.) Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet, with scabbard, mfg'd by National Denki Co., hooked crossguard, smooth wood grips. Numbered on pommel but not all is legible; top of tang with two Japanese kanji that are painted white. Condition is very good. Pommel, guard, and scabbard with general darkening to the metal. Blade markings are clear with a few spots of mild pitting and scattered dark spotting, no chips or major blemishes to the sharpened edge. Scabbard is lightly pitted on one side with only one very small ding. Overall a nice issued bayonet. 3.) Swedish Mauser Bayonet, with scabbard; bayonet is number ''962'', scabbard with regimental markings. Bayonet and scabbard are in very good overall condition. Blade with a few spots of light cleaned pitting; maker's marks, etc. are clear. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver

British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver

Lot #982 (Sale Order 982 of 596)

British No. 2 Mk 1* Enfield Double Action Revolver, #Q137, .38 S&W cal., 5'' barrel, blued finish, walnut grips with lanyard ring, blade front sight and notched rear sight. Marked on right side of frame with Enfield factory logo and ''I*''. Also stamped with a later ''FTR 51''. Barrel marked ''CAL.38'' and ''41''. Matching numbers. Condition overall is very good with approx. 95% finish remaining on the metal with light thinning. Grips are good with overall darkening and flattening to the checkering and a small chip from the right side. Barrel assembly is slightly loose. Chambers are clean, bright bore is very good. Import stamped on left side of barrel. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Webley Mark IV Double Action Revolver Webley Mark IV Double Action Revolver

Webley Mark IV Double Action Revolver

Lot #983 (Sale Order 983 of 596)

Webley Mark IV Double Action Revolver, #129598, .38 S&W cal., 5'' barrel, blued finish, black plastic grips with lanyard ring, blade front sight and notched rear sight. Marked on left side barrel strap ''MARK IV .38'', and on top ''WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD''. Left side frame marked ''WAR FINISH''. Both grips marked with ''WEBLEY'' logo. London export proof stamps on right side of barrel. Matching numbers. Condition overall is very good with approx. 95% finish remaining on the metal with light edgewear. Grips are very good with small chips and handling marks. Action is smooth and locks up tight; bore is bright with very good rifling, the chambers are clean and bright. No visible import marks. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Austrian Model 95 Straight-Pull Carbine Austrian Model 95 Straight-Pull Carbine

Austrian Model 95 Straight-Pull Carbine

Lot #984 (Sale Order 984 of 596)

Austrian Model 95 Straight-Pull Carbine, #5611A, 8x56Rmm cal., 19.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and folding leaf rear sight. Marked on top of receiver ring ''STEYR M.95''. Large ''S'' on barrel shank. All matching numbers except buttplate. Condition overall is very good with over 95% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good with added finish and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on left side of barrel. Includes four (4) empty military charger clips. Est.: $200-$350. (C&R)
Springfield M1 Garand Springfield M1 Garand

Springfield M1 Garand

Lot #985 (Sale Order 985 of 596)

Springfield M1 Garand, #2926187, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable aperture rear sight. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL..30 M1 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. No markings on stock. Bolt, hammer, gas cylinder, and trigger housing all marked ''SA''. Barrel is stamped ''SA'' and 9 65''. Condition overall is very good with approx. 80% finish remaining on the metal which shows areas of darkening and some patina. Wood is solid and shows overall bruises, scratches, and darkening. Action is smooth, bore is good with darkening and good rifling. Import stamped (ARI ORD ARLINGTON VA) on right side of barrel. Includes a Korean military nylon sling in excellent condition. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)
U.S. M1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle U.S. M1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

U.S. M1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #986 (Sale Order 986 of 596)

U.S. M1917 Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #89365, .30-06 cal., 26'' barrel, blackened/phosphate finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and folding leaf rear sight with aperture. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. MODEL OF 1917 WINCHESTER'', and on barrel behind front sight ''W/(flaming bomb)/12-17''. There is a circled five-pointed star on left side of receiver, and a ''W'' stamp on underside of bolt handle. Stock has a ''W'' stamp at tip of forend and a ''BA-WL'' cartouche on left side of wrist with a partial ''circle P'' firing proof on the underside of the wrist. Condition overall is very good with over 85% finish remaining on the metal, with thinning on the bolt and patina on the buttplate. Stock is very good with a few gouges and scratches and overall handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Lot of 4 U.S. M1 Bayonets & Scabbards Lot of 4 U.S. M1 Bayonets & Scabbards

Lot of 4 U.S. M1 Bayonets & Scabbards

Lot #987 (Sale Order 987 of 596)

Lot of Four (4) U.S. M1 Bayonets and Scabbards: 1.) Marked ''UC/U.S.'', 10'' blade. Condition of bayonet is good with blade sharpened and old patina at tip. Left grip is cracked and both with minor flattening. Scabbard is good with cracks and scratches. 2.) Marked ''AFH/US'', 10'' blade. Condition of bayonet is very good retaining almost all of its re-parkerized finish. Brown plastic grips show areas of flattening and scratches. Arsenal shortened scabbard marked ''USN MK I'' in good condition with handling marks. 3.) Marked ''PAL/U.S.'', 10'' blade. Condition of bayonet is good with approx. 40% finish remaining on the metal with nicks to blade and sharpening. Grips are very good. Scabbard is good with scratches and patina. 4.) Marked ''UFH/US 1943'' and ''UC-MOL'', 10''blade. Condition of bayonet is very good with the arsenal shortened blade retaining about 80% of its reblued finish showing old sharpening. Grips are very good. Scabbard is very good with light handling marks. Est.: $200-$400/lot.
Lot of 4 U.S. Military Bayonets Lot of 4 U.S. Military Bayonets

Lot of 4 U.S. Military Bayonets

Lot #988 (Sale Order 988 of 596)

Lot of Four (4) U.S. Military Bayonets: 1.) Marked ''U.S. M6 IMPERIAL''. Condition of bayonet is unissued/excellent with very light wear to finish of blade. M8A1 scabbard is very good with scratches and patina. 2.) Marked ''U.S.M5A1 MILPAR COL''. Condition of bayonet is very good, with most of the finish worn off of blade and a couple of small nicks to the edge. Grips are in unissued/excellent condition. M8 scabbard is in excellent condition with light handling marks. 3.) Marked ''U.S.M7 IMPERIAL''. Condition of bayonet is excellent, almost new, with light patina to edge of blade and ''127''painted on pommel. M8A1 scabbard is very good with light handling marks and ''127'' painted on locket. 4.) Marked ''Bayonet Knife M7''. Condition of bayonet is unissued/sealed in its plastic packaging. No scabbard is included. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
British No. 4 Mk 2 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle British No. 4 Mk 2 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

British No. 4 Mk 2 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #989 (Sale Order 989 of 596)

British No. 4 Mk 2 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #PF332599, .303 British cal., 25.2'' barrel, blackened finish, beech wood stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable folding leaf rear sight with aperture. Marked on left side of receiver ''No 4 Mk 2(F) 12/54''. Matching numbers, #1 bolt head. Condition is near excellent, with the rifle coated in its arsenal protective grease and the metal retaining almost all of its blackened finish. Wood is almost excellent but shows a number of recent bruises and scratches across its even colored finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent with excellent rifling. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $350-$450. (C&R)
French MAS 36/51 Bolt Action Rifle French MAS 36/51 Bolt Action Rifle

French MAS 36/51 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #990 (Sale Order 990 of 596)

French MAS 36/51 Bolt Action Rifle, with bayonet, #F30065, 7.5x54mm cal., 22.64'' barrel, parkerized finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and ramp with aperture rear sight. Marked on left side of receiver ''MAS MLE 1936-51''. Right side buttstock cartouche is stamped ''AVRIL MA 1954''. Matching numbers. Condition overall is excellent as arsenal refinished, with metal showing light wear to the bolt and light scratches to the receiver. Wood shows darkening and scattered nicks and scratches. Muzzle has been counter bored, rifling and bore are excellent, action is smooth. Import stamped on left side of receiver. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
H&R MK VI Flare Pistol H&R MK VI Flare Pistol

H&R MK VI Flare Pistol

Lot #991 (Sale Order 991 of 596)

Harrington & Richardson Mark VI Flare Pistol, with holster, #11013, 4.5'' barrel, 1'' bore, dark blue finish, checkered black plastic H&R grips, lanyard ring, with side-latch. In an unmarked brown leather post-war holster with brass hardware. Condition is very good+ retaining approx. 97% blue finish. Metal with intermittent tiny specks of surface rust and a few spots of very fine corrosion. Maker's marks, etc. are clear and defined. Grips with normal handling marks to the smooth borders, checks are excellent, both grips are free of any chips or cracks. Good action and bore. Holster is near excellent with a small amount of light scuffs to the exterior, leather is pliable. Est.: $100-$200.
Lot of 2 WWI Era Flare Pistols Lot of 2 WWI Era Flare Pistols

Lot of 2 WWI Era Flare Pistols

Lot #992 (Sale Order 992 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) WWI Era Flare Pistols, by Chubb & Schermuly: 1.) Hard-to-Find Brass Flare Pistol by Chubb, London & Wolverhampton, dated 1916, #779, 25mm, 4-1/8'' barrel; left side of frame and barrel with broad arrow and misc. proofmarks; right side with Chubb, London, fish logo. Includes lanyard loop and smooth two-piece wood grips; left grip with ''D9'' in white paint. Extractor, barrel, and frame with matching numbers. Condition is very good. Brass with general shallow impressions and other small marks; factory lettering, proof marks, etc. are clear. Grips with oil darknening and handling marks, no chips or cracks. Good action and bore. 2.) Schermuly Brass Flare Pistol, #5275, 25mm, 6'' barrel; left side of frame is stamped ''SCHERMULY'S/PAT. NO503324/S4''; left side of barrel with London proofmarks. Smooth two-piece wood grips. Barrel and frame with matching numbers. Condition is good. Brass shows toning and some verdigris. Hammer, trigger, and latch are dark with some very fine pitting and mild rust spots. Grips shows age and wear consistent with the rest of the pistol, including oil darkening and handling marks. Good action and lightly pitted bore. Est.: $300-$400/lot.
Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #993 (Sale Order 993 of 596)

Spanish Model 1916 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #OT-4513, 7x57mm cal., 21.75'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, cleaning rod, mismatched bolt, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable tangent rear sight. No markings on receiver. Condition overall is very good with approx. 70% finish remaining on the metal with overall thinning and browning. Stock is good with a chip forward of the triggerguard and overall significant scratches and impressions. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R)
Chinese Chiang Kai Shek Model 98 Mauser Rifle Chinese Chiang Kai Shek Model 98 Mauser Rifle

Chinese Chiang Kai Shek Model 98 Mauser Rifle

Lot #994 (Sale Order 994 of 596)

Chinese Chiang Kai Shek Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #04627, 8x57mm cal., 24'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight, no cleaning rod. Marked on receiver ring with Chinese ideogram over ''24-8''. Mismatched numbers. Condition overall is fair with rust across most of the metal parts. Wood is also fair with a crack across the wrist and a crack and chipping on the handguard. Action is smooth, bore is poor with rust and poor rifling. Import stamped on right side of rear sight. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Canadian Long Branch Bolt Action Training Rifle Canadian Long Branch Bolt Action Training Rifle

Canadian Long Branch Bolt Action Training Rifle

Lot #995 (Sale Order 995 of 596)

Canadian Long Branch Bolt Action Training Rifle, NVSN, a non-gun with training barrel fitted, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and peep fixed rear sight. Stamped on right side of receiver ''LONG BRANCH TRAINING RIFLE 1944'', and on pistol grip with ''(Broad Arrow)/C'' stamp. ''OL2271'' is stamped into underside of forend. Made to train WWII Canadian soldiers by replicating the weight and sight picture of the No.4 Lee-Enfield rifle. Condition overall is very good with approx. 60% finish remaining on metal parts which show an overall light brown patina. Wood shows scuffing and handling marks but is very good overall. Metal triggerguard is slightly bent. Two holes have been drilled in the butt forward of the toe. Rifle has been modified by removing the two small target spikes at the muzzle and the spring on the buttplate. Receiver and barrel group are loose in stock. Action is smooth. Est.: $200-$350. (No FFL Required)
Turkish Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Turkish Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Turkish Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #996 (Sale Order 996 of 596)

Turkish Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #185280, 8x57mm cal., 29'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''TC/ASFA/ANKARA/K.KALE/1941''. Mismatched number on bolt handle, other numbers matching. Includes cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with metal retaining over 85% finish. Wood is very good with overall darkening and handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is near excellent. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Soviet M91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle Soviet M91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Soviet M91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #997 (Sale Order 997 of 596)

Soviet M91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle, #OOP1734, 7.62x54Rmm cal., 28.7'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on barrel shank ''(Soviet crest)/1939r'', and symbol for the Izhevsk Arsenal. Refurbishment stamp on side of buttstock. Mismatched numbers. Missing cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with metal surfaces showing a light polish and retaining about 95% finish. Toe of buttstock was separated and reattached, otherwise wood is very good with overall scratches and handling marks. Action is smooth, bore has some darkness forward of the chamber, otherwise very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Finnish Model 39 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle Finnish Model 39 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Finnish Model 39 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #998 (Sale Order 998 of 596)

Finnish Model 39 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle, #57275, 7.62x54R cal., 27'' barrel, blued finish, birchwood stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ''VKT'' over ''1942''. Also stamped with an ''SA'' property mark over ''D''. ''S'', and Sako gearwheel stamps on right side of buttstock. Bolt has been arsenal renumbered to match. Includes cleaning rod. Arsenal repair to left side of stock. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal with light patina on the bright buttplate. Wood is very good with darkening showing recent dents and scratches. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Soviet Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle Soviet Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Soviet Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #999 (Sale Order 999 of 596)

Soviet Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle, #ETS3636, 7.62x54R cal., 28.7'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on barrel shank with Soviet crest over ''1942'' and the fletched arrow inside triangle stamp of the Izhevsk Arsenal. Refurbishment stamp on right side of buttstock. Missing cleaning rod. Mismatched numbers. Condition overall is very good, with the metal retaining over 80% finish and the balance thinning and bright. Wood is very good with overall darkening and handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is dark with frosting but may clean better. No visible import marks. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Italian Model 1938 Mannlicher Carcano Rifle Italian Model 1938 Mannlicher Carcano Rifle

Italian Model 1938 Mannlicher Carcano Rifle

Lot #1000 (Sale Order 1000 of 596)

Italian Model 1938 Mannlicher Carcano Bolt Action Rifle, #S1797, 7.35x51mm cal., 20.9'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and fixed rear sight. Marked on barrel shank ''(crown)R.E TERNI'', and with Finnish ''SA'' property stamp; fascist ''1939 XVIII'' on right side. Faint left side stock cartouche marked ''TERNI 1939''. Matching numbers, no folding bayonet, includes one clip. Condition overall is very good with over 90% finish remaining on the metal, with toning and light patina. Wood is very good but shows recent scratches and impressions. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Includes a ''SA'' stamped leather sling in very good condition. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R)
Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle

Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1001 (Sale Order 1001 of 596)

Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle, #2253, 7.7 Japanese cal., 25.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight without guards and folding leaf rear sight with peep. Marked on receiver ring with removed Imperial crest and characters for ''99 Type'', and on left side of receiver with 25th Series mark and symbol for the Kokura Arsenal. Condition overall is very good with approx. 70% finish remaining on the metal, turning to a brown patina. Wood has been sanded and refinished with a flat stain. Action is smooth, bright bore is good with shallow rifling. No visible import stamps. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Turkish  Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Turkish  Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Turkish Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1002 (Sale Order 1002 of 596)

Turkish Model 1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #5789, 8x57mm cal., 29'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on receiver ring ''ATF 1954'', and on left side rail ''98.Th.'' No number on bolt handle that also shows evidence of heating. Other parts have mismatched numbers. Condition overall is very good with approx. 75% finish remaining on the metal which is brown toned overall and shows some rust along the wood line. Wood is very good with overall darkening and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is dark with good rifling that may clean better. Import stamped on right side of receiver. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R)
Romanian Contract VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Romanian Contract VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Romanian Contract VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1003 (Sale Order 1003 of 596)

Romanian Contract VZ-24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #GR 6710, 8x57mm cal., 23.2'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight without protectors and adjustable tangent rear sight. Crest ground from receiver ring with CZ BRNO factory markings, and ''CZ24'' on left side receiver rail. Mismatched numbers and missing cleaning rod. Bolt handle bent slightly forward. Condition is good with approx. 40% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is good with arsenal repairs and a chip from the handguard. Stock has an even color and overall handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is poor with rust and pitting. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Lot of 2 U.S. Military Knives Lot of 2 U.S. Military Knives

Lot of 2 U.S. Military Knives

Lot #1004 (Sale Order 1004 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) U.S. Military Knives: 1.) U.S.M4 Bayonet, marked on crossguard ''U.S.M4 IMPERIAL''. Condition of bayonet is good with approx. 60% finish remaining on the blade with light patina, nicks, and sharpening. Grips are dark with light scuffing. U.S.M8 scabbard is very good with light handling marks to green painted finish. 2.) U.S. Mk 2 U.S.N. Fighting Knife, marked on ricasso ''CAMILLUS,NY''. Condition of knife is unissued, almost excellent, showing light patina spots and thinning around point of blade. Grey plastic scabbard is marked ''U.S.N MK 2'' in excellent condition showing only light wear. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
U.S. Case M4 Bayonet U.S. Case M4 Bayonet

U.S. Case M4 Bayonet

Lot #1005 (Sale Order 1005 of 596)

U.S. Case M4 Bayonet, with U.S. M8A1 Scabbard by B.M. Co., guard marked, 6.5'' blade, with stacked leather washer handle. Condition is good overall showing moderate+ age and wear. Blade is very good with some darkening to the metal. Guard is a little loose, markings are clear. Guard and pommel with some tiny rust spots that should clean. Handle remains tight with a little deterioration near the pommel. Scabbard is also good showing normal signs of moderate age and wear. Est.: $100-$150.
Turkish M-1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Turkish M-1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Turkish M-1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1006 (Sale Order 1006 of 596)

Turkish M-1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #192689, 8x57mm cal., 29.1'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''TC ASFA ANKARA K.KALE 1944''. Mismatched number on bolt, with cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with approx. 75% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good with an even color and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore shows wear with good rifling. Import marked on right side of barrel. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R)
Swedish Model 96/38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Swedish Model 96/38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Swedish Model 96/38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1007 (Sale Order 1007 of 596)

Swedish Model 96/38 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #448878, 6.5x55mm cal., 23.9''barrel, blued/bright finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ring with Swedish crest over ''CARL GUSTAFS STADS GEVARSFAKTORI 1918''. Brass disc on right side of buttstock showing bore and throat information. Arsenal converted to short rifle, straight bolt handle, matching numbers except cleaning rod. Condition overall is good with approx. 65% finish remaining on the metal, overall thinning, and buttplate showing deep rusting. Wood is good with overall darkness and handling marks and tape residue on the buttstock. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on left side of barrel. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Australian No. 1 Mk III Lee-Enfield Rifle Australian No. 1 Mk III Lee-Enfield Rifle

Australian No. 1 Mk III Lee-Enfield Rifle

Lot #1008 (Sale Order 1008 of 596)

Australian No. 1 Mk III Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #89428, .303 Brit. cal., 25.2'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on right side of action body with Lithgow arsenal information over ''1944''. Right side of short buttstock stamped ''MA'' and ''1944''. Matching numbers. Condition overall is very good with over 95% finish remaining on the metal with patina on the bolt. Wood is good with scars on the underside of the forend and other handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is very good. Import stamped on right side of receiver. Includes a good condition leather sling. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
Lot of 5 British Bayonets Lot of 5 British Bayonets

Lot of 5 British Bayonets

Lot #1009 (Sale Order 1009 of 596)

Lot of Five (5) British Bayonets: 1.) Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III Pattern 1907 sword bayonet, with scabbard, marked on ricasso ''SANDERSON 12 16''. ''RAF'' on pommel. Condition is very good with old sharpening and light nicks to blade. Scabbard with very good leather. 2.) Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III Pattern 1907 sword bayonet, with scabbard, marked on ricasso ''SANDERSON 8 18''. Condition is very good with old sharpening to sand blasted blade and chips from grip. Scabbard with very good leather and good condition cotton hanger. 3.) Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle No. 9 Mk 1 Pattern bayonet, with scabberd, marked on socket with Enfield logo and ''54''. Condition is very good with light patina to bright blade. Scabbard has matching numbers and is very good condition with a small dent. Cotton hanger is very good. 4.) Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle No. 4 Mk II pattern bayonet, with scabbard, marked on socket ''N67''. Condition is very good with wear to finish and blade point. Scabbard fits loosely, otherwise very good. Cotton hanger is very good. 5.) Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle No. 4 Mk III pattern bayonet, with scabbard, marked on socket ''M/158''. Condition overall is very good with light wear to finish. Scabbard is very good. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Turkish M1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Turkish M1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Turkish M1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1010 (Sale Order 1010 of 596)

Turkish M1938 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #154714, 8x57mm cal., 29'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on top of receiver ring ''TC/ASFA/ANKARA/K.KALE/1944'' around Turkish crest. Mismatched number on bolt, other numbers match. Includes cleaning rod. Condition overall is very good with metal surfaces retaining over 85% finish. Forend has a chip behind the front band, otherwise wood is very good with light handling marks and overall darkening. Action is smooth, bright bore is about excellent. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Soviet M44 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle Soviet M44 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Soviet M44 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1011 (Sale Order 1011 of 596)

Soviet M44 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle, with Folding Bayonet, #OB8762, 7.62x54R, 20.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on barrel shank with Soviet crest over ''1944r'' and the fletched arrow inside triangle stamp of the Izhezsk Arsenal. Faint cartouches on buttstock. Includes cleaning rod and matching numbers. Condition overall is very good with approx. 50% finish remaining on the metal, with overall thinning/browning and patina on the buttplate. Wood has putty repairs on buttstock and several gouges, otherwise very good with a flat oiled finish and handling marks. Action is smooth, bore has a small area of pitting ,otherwise bright and very good. Bayonet operates smoothly. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R)
Finnish Issue M1891 Russian Mosin-Nagant Rifle Finnish Issue M1891 Russian Mosin-Nagant Rifle

Finnish Issue M1891 Russian Mosin-Nagant Rifle

Lot #1012 (Sale Order 1012 of 596)

Finnish Issue M1891 Russian Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle, #223900, 7.62x54R cal., 31.6'' barrel, blued finish, birchwood stock, blade front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on barrel shank with Imperial Russian crest over ''REMINGTON ARMORY 1917''. Finnish ''SA'' property stamp on left side. Bolt has been arsenal re-numbered to match; floorplate number is mismatched. Stock is a Finnish replacement with interlocking fingers. Handguard is a short replacement but fits tightly. Condition overall is very good with approx. 80% arsenal reblued finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good with an even dark finish and overall light handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on both sides of receiver. Includes a Finnish Green cotton sling in very good condition. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)
Canadian M-10 Ross Drill Straight-Pull Rifle Canadian M-10 Ross Drill Straight-Pull Rifle

Canadian M-10 Ross Drill Straight-Pull Rifle

Lot #1013 (Sale Order 1013 of 596)

Canadian M-10 Ross Drill Purpose Straight-Pull Rifle, #50556627, .303 Brit. cal., 30.5'' barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with hood and folding rear sight frame missing slide. Marked on receiver ring ''ROSS RIFLE Co. CANADA M-10 PATENTED''. Right side buttstock stamps include ''2-8/1917'' and ''CLH 45''. Rifle has been converted into a Drill Purpose training model by drilling a large hole transversely through the barrel. There are remnants of red paint below the action indicating that it cannot be fired. Most major parts are stamped ''DP''. Condition overall is fair, with areas of rust and patina across the metal parts. Wood is fair with overall darkening, repaired areas, and many old and new gouges and scratches. Action operates smoothly, bore is unusable. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Includes a fair condition U.S. military green cotton sling. Est.: $300-$400. (C&R)
Mauser C96 Red Nine Semi-Automatic Pistol Mauser C96 Red Nine Semi-Automatic Pistol

Mauser C96 Red Nine Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1014 (Sale Order 1014 of 596)

Mauser C96 Red Nine Semi-Automatic Pistol, #900881, 9mm, 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, walnut grips with big red ''9'' inset into both panels. Condition is fine as refinished retaining approx. 98% lightly thinning blue. New-made grips are excellent. Action is crisp, bore is very good. Serial number is only present to upper frame behind rear sight. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)
Nazi Proofed FN Model 1922 Semi-Auto Pistol Nazi Proofed FN Model 1922 Semi-Auto Pistol

Nazi Proofed FN Model 1922 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1015 (Sale Order 1015 of 596)

Nazi Proofed FN Model 1922 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #134301, .32 ACP cal., 4.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips, with one FN marked magazine. ''WaA140'' ampt to slide and frame, with matching numbered barrel and slide extension. Condition is very good as refinished, retaining approx. 90% of a later accomplished blue. Nomenclature shows only the lightest signs of buffing. Grips with very light scuffs and thinning to varnish. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R/PPT)
Inglis MK 1* Semi-Automatic Pistol Inglis MK 1* Semi-Automatic Pistol

Inglis MK 1* Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1016 (Sale Order 1016 of 596)

Inglis MK 1* Semi-Automatic Pistol, #2CH771, 9mm, 4.75'' barrel, phosphate finish, factory checkered black plastic grips, tangent rear and acorn front sight, slotted for combination shoulder stock/holster, with one ''JI'' marked 13-round magazine. Tangent sight calibrated 50-500, with small lanyard ring in left lower portion of frame. Matching numbered slide, frame and barrel. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80%-85% arsenal phosphate finish. Grips with moderate wear. Good action, very good bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)(High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Swedish Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol Swedish Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Swedish Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1017 (Sale Order 1017 of 596)

Swedish Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #D13936, 9mm, 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, black checkered plastic grips, with ''(crown)/H'' logo. Originally mfg'd by Husqvarna. Mfg'd from 1942-1946, with approx. 84,000 produced. Condition is excellent, with matching numbered frame and upper receiver, retaining approx. 96% very lightly thinning blue, and mild spray pitting to forward portions of frame and left side of barrel. Finish appears to be a high quality Swedish arsenal refinish, as at time of importation, ''Sweden'' was stamped to right side chamber area. These markings, as well as the light pitting, have been blued over. Grips and action are crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R/PPT)
Webley MK VI Double Action Revolver Webley MK VI Double Action Revolver

Webley MK VI Double Action Revolver

Lot #1018 (Sale Order 1018 of 596)

Webley MK VI Double Action Revolver, #N3166, .45 ACP cal., 6'' barrel, blued finish, black plastic grips, blade front sight and notched rear sight. Marked on left side of frame ''MARK VI'', and ''WEBLEY PATENTS 1918''. Left side barrel strap with ''MARK VI'' and '' '18 '' in service stamp. Matching number on frame and barrel, mismatched number on cylinder which has been converted to .45 ACP cal. Condition overall is fair with most of a reblued finish remaining, which was applied over pitted metal. Grips are good with brown toning and a chip on heel of right side. Action and lockup are smooth; bore and chambers are good with darkening that may clean better. No visible import stamps. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R/PPT)
Mil. Finished Rem. M.11 Semi-Auto Shotgun Mil. Finished Rem. M.11 Semi-Auto Shotgun

Mil. Finished Rem. M.11 Semi-Auto Shotgun

Lot #1019 (Sale Order 1019 of 596)

Military Finished Remington Model 11 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, with Army Ordnance markings, #704372. 12 ga. 26'' plain barrel has a 2-3/4'' chamber, IC choke, and is dated 11-43. Receiver is finished flat black, and has ''U.S./(bomb)'' and ''Military Finish'' markings. Wood is standard uncheckered walnut, with original Remington plastic buttplate. Condition appears to be as issued and heavily used, with numerous marks and gouges to wood, including one repaired and two unrepaired cracks, and numerous light marks to receiver finish. Appears to be an authentic veteran. Est.: $400-$500. (C&R)
Lot of Two (2) Camillus U.S.N. Mark 2 Knives Lot of Two (2) Camillus U.S.N. Mark 2 Knives

Lot of Two (2) Camillus U.S.N. Mark 2 Knives

Lot #1020 (Sale Order 1020 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Camillus U.S.N. Mark 2 Knives, both with a 7'' blued steel blade, stacked leather washer handle, pinned butt; each with a gray bodied U.S.N. Mark 2 scabbard. Knife #1 is in good used condition, blade retains approx. 40% finish. The guard with some light surface rust, handle is very good. Scabbard is in good used condition. Knife #2 is in very good used condition, blade retains approx. 70% of the finish. The guard and butt with some light surface rust, handle is good and shows moderate wear. Scabbard is in good used condition. Est.: $200-$300/lot.
Lot of 3 Post-WWII Camillus Knives Lot of 3 Post-WWII Camillus Knives

Lot of 3 Post-WWII Camillus Knives

Lot #1021 (Sale Order 1021 of 596)

Lot of Three (3) Post-WWII U.S. Camillus Fighting Knives, all with black leather sheaths, a 7'' blade with phosphate finish, stacked leather washer handle; two are blackened. #1 is in very good lightly used condition; blade is sharp with sheath rub wear to the finish. Stacked leather washers show normal light handling marks. Sheath is very good. #2 is in good used condition, right side with some light surface rust, cutting edge is nice. Handle and sheath are very good. #3 is in good used condition, blade shows some high edgewear a few very tiny nicks to the cutting. Handle shows little wear. Sheath is good. Est.: $150-$250/lot.
Lot of 2 Ontario Knife Co. OKC3S Marine Bayonets Lot of 2 Ontario Knife Co. OKC3S Marine Bayonets

Lot of 2 Ontario Knife Co. OKC3S Marine Bayonets

Lot #1022 (Sale Order 1022 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Ontario Knife Co. OKC3S Marine Bayonets, both with a 8'' phosphate finished blade, Dynaflex grip; molle compatible tan composite scabbard; one with added black paint to the front. One blade with the number ''3240'' etched into the surface. Both are in good used condition. Handles are dirty. One with tiny nicks to the cutting edge but remains sharp; the other is clean with no major blemishes. Both scabbards show field use; one is complete and functional; the other is functional but the lower elastic band is broken. Est.: $100-$200/lot.
WWII or Earlier Japanese Army Parade Saber WWII or Earlier Japanese Army Parade Saber

WWII or Earlier Japanese Army Parade Saber

Lot #1023 (Sale Order 1023 of 596)

WWII or Earlier Japanese Army Parade Saber, with scabbard. The 28-7/8'' nickel-plated blade features a narrow single fuller and a simulated temperline. Original leather blade washer is present. Brass hilt has pierced floral designs on the guard and cherry blossoms on the sides and top of backstrap. Grooved grip is made of horn but is missing its twisted wire wrapping. Nickel-plated scabbard is steel and has one hanging ring. Condition is good, the blade being mostly bright with just a few blemishes and some old dried grease. The guard has a nice dark patina to the brass, with losses to the bright gold-gilded finish. Grip has a few dings, but overall is in good shape. Scabbard shows scattered rust and pitting in a few areas. Est.: $150-$250.
Model 1860 U.S. Cavalry Sword, by Roby Model 1860 U.S. Cavalry Sword, by Roby

Model 1860 U.S. Cavalry Sword, by Roby

Lot #1024 (Sale Order 1024 of 596)

Model 1860 U.S. Cavalry Sword, by Roby, with 34-7/8'' bright blade, brass three-branch guard with pommel cap, leather covered wood grip with partial twisted brass wire wrapping, in metal scabbard. Blade is maker marked at the ricasso ''C. Roby W. Chelmsford Mass.''. Additionally, blade shows inspection stamps of ''U.S., 1864, A.G.M.''. Condition is good with blade having a few light rust spots, some minor sharpening, and light polishing. The guard has been polished at some point. Hand grip shows slight losses to the leather covering, and only about three strands of twisted wire wrapping remain. Scabbard has been chrome plated and has a number ''5'' stamped on the drag. OAL is 42.25''. Est.: $350-$500.
Civil War U.S. Model 1860 Enlisted Cavalry Sword Civil War U.S. Model 1860 Enlisted Cavalry Sword

Civil War U.S. Model 1860 Enlisted Cavalry Sword

Lot #1025 (Sale Order 1025 of 596)

Civil War Era U.S. Model 1860 Enlisted Cavalry Sword, with scabbard. The 35'' blade has one narrow and one wide fuller, with no visible markings at the ricasso. The three-branch guard is brass as is the pommel. There is a number ''97'' stamped into the top of the pommel. The grooved wood grip is covered with leather and has a single twisted brass wire wrapping. Scabbard is steel with no visible markings. OAL is 42''. Condition is fair with the blade having a dark rust patina and pitting overall with some bright spots on the high edges. Guard is bent on the bottom back edge and the branches mis-shapened. Guard and pommel have a nice dark uncleaned patina. Leather covering of the grip has shrunk and has some losses near the top. The twisted wire wrapping is all intact and tight. Scabbard has a dark pitted rust patina overall and a few minor dents. Est.: $300-$600.
Model 1850 U.S. Foot Officer's Sword Model 1850 U.S. Foot Officer's Sword

Model 1850 U.S. Foot Officer's Sword

Lot #1026 (Sale Order 1026 of 596)

Model 1850 U.S. Foot Officer's Sword, possibly a French or German import. The 30.5'' blade has a narrow and wide fuller, with etched floral and military motif decorations on both sides. There are no mfg'rs markings evident. The brass guard and pommel are nicely decorated with floral motifs. Wooden grip is covered with shark skin and has twisted wire wrapping in the grooves. Original thin red cloth blade washer present. OAL is 36.25''. No scabbard. Condition is very good, the blade retaining most of its original bright finish. A few spots of age graying, and some light pitting near the tip. The guard and pommel have a dark uncleaned patina and are in very good shape. The sharkskin on the grip has a few scuffs and losses. Handle is tight to the blade. Est.: $400-$600.
Model 1862 U.S. Naval Cutlass, by Ames Model 1862 U.S. Naval Cutlass, by Ames

Model 1862 U.S. Naval Cutlass, by Ames

Lot #1027 (Sale Order 1027 of 596)

Model 1862 U.S. Naval Cutlass, by Ames, with bright 26'' wide single fuller blade. Blade has inspector's stamps ''D.R. 1862'' at the ricasso area, and ''Made by Ames Mfg. Co. Chicopee Mass.'' on the reverse. Handle is grooved wood with a leather covering and no wire wrapping. There are remnants of an old rope lanyard tied around the grip. Large sheet brass knuckle guard is riveted to the solid brass guard, with a brass pommel cap. There are rack numbers stamped into the quillion area of ''14M 726''. (Unable to see any inspector's mark on the pommel due to heavy patina.) Condition is very good with a pleasing dark, uncleaned patina to the brass fittings. Leather covering on the grip shows heavy scuffing and scrapes with losses to the black painted finish. Blade retains much of its bright finish with numerous edge nicks, minor pinprick pitting, and rust stains, especially near the tip. The original leather blade washer is present. A nice unmolested example. No scabbard. Est.: $500-$800.
Civil War Import Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry Sword Civil War Import Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry Sword

Civil War Import Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry Sword

Lot #1028 (Sale Order 1028 of 596)

Civil War Import Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry Sword, most likely German made. Blade has a narrow and wide fuller and is unmarked, brass three-branch guard and brass pommel, grooved wood grip, covered with leather, and wrapped with twisted brass wire. Steel scabbard with two large hanging rings. Condition is good with age graying and rust stains to the blade, but no appreciable pitting. There is a soft metal washer that has been staked above the leather blade washer at the hilt to tighten up the grip. Grip shows minor losses to the leather covering at the bottom. Wire wrapping is all there, but loose near the bottom; guard is in good shape. Pommel shows some dents re-staking of the blade tang. Scabbard shows a dark rust patina with only light cleaning some time ago. Est.: $250-$400.
Indian Wars U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Takedown Rifle Indian Wars U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Takedown Rifle

Indian Wars U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Takedown Rifle

Lot #1029 (Sale Order 1029 of 596)

Indian Wars Era U.S. Springfield Model 1873 ''Trapdoor'' Rifle, with sling, #399772, .45-70 Gov't CF cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, with integral block-blade front sight and sliding-leaf rear sight (correctly marked ''R'' for Rifle), marked ''V/P/(eagle head)/P'' at left breech; trapdoor breechblock marked ''U.S./Model/1873'' at hinge; flat lockplate has a spread-wing eagle clutching olive branches to the left of ''U.S./Springfield'' below trapdoor latch; steel furniture including two spring-retained barrel bands (top with sling swivel), two-piece triggerguard (with sling swivel), and curved buttplate marked ''U.S.'' at top screw; oil-stained walnut fullstock. Condition is very good. All steel parts show a smooth blue-brown patina, with traces of blue in protected areas of barrel, case colors to underside of breechblock, and beginning rust on buttplate. Stock is sound, showing the typical marks and dings of military use, two or three minor losses, and a strong ''SWP/1884'' cartouche of Springfield Master Armorer Samuel W. Porter opposite the lock. O.D. green web sling is a later addition. Action is strong; bore is clean with deep rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)
Lot of 4 U.S. Model 1873 Socket Bayonets Lot of 4 U.S. Model 1873 Socket Bayonets

Lot of 4 U.S. Model 1873 Socket Bayonets

Lot #1030 (Sale Order 1030 of 596)

Lot of Four (4) U.S Model 1873 Socket Bayonets, all stamped ''U.S.'' on ricasso: 1.) Condition of bayonet is excellent with over 95% of the dark blue finish remaining on the metal. Locking ring turns stiffly. Scabbard is very good with light browning to the metal and no dents. Leather is very good with minor stitching separation. 2.) Condition of bayonet is good with approx. 75% finish remaining on the metal, with hammering marks to the elbow and socket and nicks to the blade. Locking ring turns smoothly. Scabbard is good with overall light pitting. Leather is cracked but still pliable. 3.) Condition of bayonet is good with cleaned metal and pitting on the blade. Locking ring is loose. No scabbard. 4.) Condition of bayonet is good with cleaned metal and light pitting to the blade. Locking ring turns smoothly. No scabbard. Est.: $250-$350/lot.
Indian Wars Springfield Model 1873 Takedown Cadet Rifle Indian Wars Springfield Model 1873 Takedown Cadet Rifle

Indian Wars Springfield Model 1873 Takedown Cadet Rifle

Lot #1031 (Sale Order 1031 of 596)

Indian Wars Era U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Cadet Rifle, #98555 (latter 3 digits obscured by black powder pitting), .45-70 Gov't. cal., 29.5'' barrel is marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)/P'' and ''I '' at breech, fitted with a block-blade front sight (also serves as a bayonet lug) and later Buffington adjustable rear sight (marked ''R'' for Rifle); flat lockplate is marked ''(spread eagle)'' to left of ''U.S./Springfield/1873'' beneath trapdoor latch; steel furniture including two spring-retained barrel bands (top with stacking swivel), two-piece triggerguard, buttplate marked ''US'' on top tang, nosecap, slotted button-head cleaning rod; one-piece oil-finished walnut fullstock. Mfg'd ca. 1873-77 in quantity of approx. 3,000 guns. Condition is very good, the barrel a smooth brownish-blue patina, balance of the metal a dark gunmetal gray showing traces of case hardening, rear triggerguard tang with glossy blue, hammer missing its mounting screw. All markings are clear. Stock is smooth and solid lacking proofmarks due to light sanding and shows scattered nicks and dings. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with distinct rifling. Est.: $650-$950. (Antique)
Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #1032 (Sale Order 1032 of 596)

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, with russet leather holster, #209652, .45 Colt CF cal., blued 5.5'' barrel marked with the one-line Colt name and address; blued fluted 6-shot round cylinder marked ''361'' on front face and with ''Rampant Colt'' logo on rear; case hardened frame is marked with the two-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and an encircled Rampant Colt on left side; blued steel gripstraps; one-piece varnished walnut grips. Loading gate batch-marked ''847''. Mfg'd 1901. A composite gun: barrel with the early-style slanted address lettering flanked by crosses, frame and triggerguard with matching numbers, backstrap an unnumbered replacement. Grips perhaps from an earlier Colt. Condition is very good as assembled, the barrel with 40% blue that appears original, the cylinder with 75% blue, the frame retaining nice case colors on left side and silvering on right, the triggerguard with 65% blue (mainly missing on inside curve), the backstrap with 100% deep blue. Grips are smooth, unmarked and retaining approx. 70% varnish. Screw heads are unmarked and retain bright fire blue. Action is smooth and crisp; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. The suede-lined ''Mexican Loop'' holster by Safariland is excellent, with smooth, light coloration and full stitching. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R/PPT)
Remington No. 4 Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle Remington No. 4 Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle

Remington No. 4 Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle

Lot #1033 (Sale Order 1033 of 596)

Remington No. 4 Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle, #46044, .32 Rem. RF cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed blade and notched rear sights, marked ''Remington Arms Co., Ilion, N.Y.'' on top flat; steel receiver with integral triggerguard, rolling breechblock, hammer and crescent buttplate; oil-stained walnut forearm, and matching buttstock with steel buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1890-1933. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces show a smooth brown patina, with sharp edges and markings. Stocks are sound and smooth, with a professionally done wood repair at wrist (including a 2''x1'' wood replacement at left-side juncture with frame and a filled hole at bottom). Action is crisp; bore is eroded but with visible rifling. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R)
Remington Rolling Block 2-Band Military Rifle Remington Rolling Block 2-Band Military Rifle

Remington Rolling Block 2-Band Military Rifle

Lot #1034 (Sale Order 1034 of 596)

Remington Rolling Block Fullstock 2-Band Military Rifle, with Bayonet and Scabbard, NVSN, 7mm Mauser cal., 30'' round barrel with bayonet lug at muzzle, and integral block-blade front and large sliding-leaf rear sights, marked ''Cal. 7 M.M.'' on top at lower band; large No. 5 receiver with integral triggerguard is marked with the Remington name, address and 1901 patent date in 3 lines on top tang, and a tiny ''H'' at lower front; oil-stained hardwood forend with bayonet lug-nosecap (retaining the slotted and grooved steel ramrod) and two barrel bands (top with sling swivel), upper handguard, and matching buttstock with steel buttplate and sling swivel underneath. Mfg'd ca. 1900s. Condition is very good. Metal shows a smooth blue-brown age patina (case hardened receiver, breechblock and hammer have silvered out), and clear markings. Stocks are sound and mostly smooth with occasional age and use marks, and nice color and oil finish. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with very deep rifling. Saber bayonet is clean gunmetal gray and marked ''Remington Arms Co., Ilion, N.Y.'' (1888-1912) in left blood gutter; scabbard shows scattered discoloration, with a very good black leather frog having ''Kelly'' scratched on backside. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
Colt Model 1878 ''Philippine Constabulary'' Revolver Colt Model 1878 ''Philippine Constabulary'' Revolver

Colt Model 1878 ''Philippine Constabulary'' Revolver

Lot #1035 (Sale Order 1035 of 596)

Colt Model 1878 ''Philippine Constabulary'' Double Action Revolver, #48194, .45 Colt CF cal., 6'' barrel, with integral tall-blade front and topstrap groove rear sights, marked with maker's name and address in one line on top, and ''45 Colt'' at left breech; 6-shot long-fluted round cylinder; solid frame is marked ''U.S.'', ''1902'' and ''T'' on right side, with a swing-out loading gate numbered ''8194''; steel gripstraps with the oversize trigger and triggerguard distinctive to this model, and lanyard ring at butt; two-piece checkered black hard rubber ''bird's head'' grips with the Rampant Colt in an oval cartouche at top. Mfg'd 1901. Condition is good as overall refinished in a deep blue-black finish, with clear markings. Grips show significant wear with scratched initials and half-inch chips at both sides, and fit well. Action and lock-up are crisp and tight in both single- and double actions; bore is clean with distinct rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)
Copy of S&W Top-Break Double Action Revolver Copy of S&W Top-Break Double Action Revolver

Copy of S&W Top-Break Double Action Revolver

Lot #1036 (Sale Order 1036 of 596)

Antique Copy of a Smith & Wesson Top-Break Double Action Revolver, probably Spanish, by ''Smill & Welson, Sprangfeld, Mus. E.U.A.'', #402466, .38 CF cal., 5'' barrel marked with the ''Smill & Welson'' name, address and various patent dates in two lines on top rib, fluted 5-shot round cylinder; S&W style large front barrel hinge, frame with integral gripstraps; two-piece plain mother-of-pearl grips. Mfg'd ca. 1880s-90s, originally with full nickel-plate finish. Condition is very good, retaining approx. 40% nickel overall (where missing, a gunmetal gray color) mixed with scattered discoloration; MOP grips have a few edge chips, no cracks and brilliant iridescence. Barrel hinge is sound; action functions but cylinder does not lock up; bore is dirty with shallow rifling. Est.: $200-$400. (Antique)
Civil War Colt Model 1849 Perc. Pocket Revolver Civil War Colt Model 1849 Perc. Pocket Revolver

Civil War Colt Model 1849 Perc. Pocket Revolver

Lot #1037 (Sale Order 1037 of 596)

Civil War Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver, #239838, .31 cal., 4'' octagonal barrel marked ''Address Col. Saml. Colt New-York U.S. America'' in one line on top flat, 6-shot round cylinder; open-top frame is marked ''Colt's/Patent'' (very faint) on left side; brass gripstraps marked ''31 Cal.'' on left rear triggerguard bolster and ''5'' on front web; one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd 1863. Condition is about good with no original finish, the barrel and lever having a smooth brown patina, the frame dark brown with scattered erosion, the cylinder scene and serial number obscured by battering and pitting, the straps with a dark age patina, the butt showing knackering. Grips with 7 ''kill notches'' on left side and losses at toes and left bottom, two replaced screws. All visible serial numbers match including the wedge (lever is correctly unnumbered). Action is faulty; bore is surprising clean with definite rifling. Est.: $400-$650. (Antique)
Antique S&W Model 1-1/2 1st Issue Tip-Up Revolver Antique S&W Model 1-1/2 1st Issue Tip-Up Revolver

Antique S&W Model 1-1/2 1st Issue Tip-Up Revolver

Lot #1038 (Sale Order 1038 of 596)

Antique Smith & Wesson Model 1-1/2 First Issue Tip-Up Spurtrigger Revolver, #25863, .32 RF cal., 3.5'' octagonal barrel, with a German-silver blade front sight marked with the maker's name, address and 1855-59-65 patent dates in two lines on top rib; plain round 5-shot cylinder; solid frame with top barrel hinge and integral trigger sheath and gripstraps; two-piece varnished rosewood grips. Mfg'd 1865-68. Condition is good as fully refinished in a deep black-blue over occasional very light pitting, with legible barrel and serial number markings. Grips with highpoint wear at bottom edges retain most of their original varnish and pleasing color. Barrel hinge is solid; action is smooth; bore is clean with distinct rifling. Est.: $250-$400. (Antique)
Civil War Colt Model 1851 Navy Perc. Revolver Civil War Colt Model 1851 Navy Perc. Revolver

Civil War Colt Model 1851 Navy Perc. Revolver

Lot #1039 (Sale Order 1039 of 596)

Civil War Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver, with period leather holster, #150641, .36 cal., 7.5'' octagonal barrel, with brass post front sight marked with the one-line ''New-York U.S. America'' address; 6-shot round cylinder rolled with the standard naval battle scene; frame marked ''Colts/Patent'' on left front; brass gripstraps are marked ''36 Cal'' on left bolster of small rounded triggerguard; varnished one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd 1863. Condition is very good, retaining no original finish to the steel surfaces but an overall gunmetal gray color with scattered discoloration and light erosion; brass gri straps show age patina with scattered nicks to butt and front of triggerguard. Grips are sound with nicking and small losses at toes and butt, and retain approx. 40% original varnish. Barrel address is clear, cylinder retains good traces of scene, visible serial numbers match including lever (could not remove wedge to check number). Action is smooth; bore is clean with light erosion and sharp rifling. Period holster also fits a Model 1860 Army, has ''HFH'' initials on back loop, shows age and surface cracking but is complete with intact stitching. Accompanying verbal history states that this gun belonged to German immigrant and Civil War soldier Dedick Holsten, who later settled in Redlands, CA. Est.: $750-$1,250. (Antique)
Composite Colt Model 1860 Army Perc. Revolver Composite Colt Model 1860 Army Perc. Revolver

Composite Colt Model 1860 Army Perc. Revolver

Lot #1040 (Sale Order 1040 of 596)

Composite Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver, perhaps partly a 2nd Generation Colt, #85154, with reproduction black leather holster, .44 cal., 8'' ''streamlined'' barrel with a small German-silver blade front sight marked with the one-line Colt address; patent ''creeping'' loading lever; rebated round 6-shot cylinder with the rolled naval battle scene; frame marked ''Colts/Patent'' on left side; Navy-size brass gripstraps; oil-finished two-piece hardwood grips. Condition is good as completely refinished in a heavy blue-black, cylinder scene and other markings are weak or obliterated, brass with a light patina. Gripstraps and grips are incorrect replacements, visible serial numbers match (but for cylinder and wedge) including cylinder arbor. Action functions but does not hold full-cock; bore is dirty but shows good rifling. Holster is very good showing virtually no use. Est.: $200-$400. (No FFL Required)
Antique S&W 1st Model Top-Break Revolver Antique S&W 1st Model Top-Break Revolver

Antique S&W 1st Model Top-Break Revolver

Lot #1041 (Sale Order 1041 of 596)

Antique Smith & Wesson Double Action First Model Top-Break Revolver, #8296, .44 CF cal., 6.5'' round barrel with integral blade front and small notched rear sights is marked with the S&W name, address and patent dates in two lines on top rib; steel solid frame with signature S&W large front hinge and integral gripstraps; scarce 1-9/16'' length fluted 6-shot cylinder with long free grooves; checkered two-piece hard rubber grips with the entwined ''S&W'' logo within a circular panel at top. Condition is good, the metal surfaces showing cleaned overall moderate pitting that appears to have been re-colored to a soft gunmetal gray-brown; barrel markings are weak; barrel hinge and latch are strong; serial numbers match. Grips are sound with moderate wear to checkering but no chips or losses. Action functions in double-action mode; bore is clean with defined rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)
Colt Model 1877 ''Lightning'' Pocket Revolver Colt Model 1877 ''Lightning'' Pocket Revolver

Colt Model 1877 ''Lightning'' Pocket Revolver

Lot #1042 (Sale Order 1042 of 596)

Antique Colt Model 1877 ''Lightning'' Double Action Pocket Revolver, #45794, .38 CF cal., 3.5'' ejectorless barrel, with blade front (and long frame-groove rear) sights marked with the Colt name and address on top, and etched ''Colt D.A. 38'' on left side; 6-shot long-fluted round cylinder; loading gate is batch-marked ''238''; solid frame is marked with the 1871-74-75 patent dates in three lines; triggerguard is marked ''38 Cal'' on left-rear web; thumb-grip backstrap with distinctive ''bird's head'' grip profile; checkered two-piece black hard rubber grips with the ''Rampant Colt'' logo in an oval relief panel at top. Mfg'd 1883, originally in full nickel-plating. Condition is very good. Barrel, cylinder, frame and gripstraps show 75% smooth nickel plate and occasional light discoloration with areas of missing finish (frame sides, inside gripstrap) difficult to detect as colors match; edges are sharp; markings are clear. Grips show worn checkering and logo but no damage and fit well. Hammer (having polished sides) and trigger show much original fire-blue. Action works well in both double- and single-action modes; lock-up is tight; bore is clean with shallow rifling. These ejectorless ''Sheriff's Model'' Lightnings have great eye appeal; Western badmen Billy the Kid and John Wesley Hardin carried them. Est.: $400-$650. (Antique)
Colt Model 1878 ''Frontier'' Double Action Revolver Colt Model 1878 ''Frontier'' Double Action Revolver

Colt Model 1878 ''Frontier'' Double Action Revolver

Lot #1043 (Sale Order 1043 of 596)

Colt Model 1878 ''Frontier'' Double Action Revolver, #42717, .32 WCF (.32-20) cal., 4.75'' barrel, with attached ejector and integral blade front (and long-groove topstrap rear) sights, marked on top with the maker's name and address in two lines, and ''32 W.C.F.'' on left side; 6-shot round long-fluted cylinder is unmarked; solid frame with integral ''bird's head'' gripstraps, and loop triggerguard; checkered two-piece hard rubber grips with the ''Rampant Colt'' logo in an oval panel at top. Mfg'd 1899. Condition is good+. Metal surfaces retain no original finish, but an overall gunmetal gray with scattered discoloration and light erosion; markings are clear. Grips are sound with very worn details but no damage, a couple small nicks at right backstrap, and fit well. Action is smooth in both single- and double-actions; bore is clean with shallow rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)
Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Double Action Revolver Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Double Action Revolver

Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Double Action Revolver

Lot #1044 (Sale Order 1044 of 596)

Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Double Action Revolver, #120722, .41 Colt CF cal., 4.5'' barrel, with integral tall-blade front and topstrap groove rear sight, marked with maker's name and address in two lines on top, and ''Colt D.A. 41'' on left side; 6-shot long-fluted round cylinder; case hardened frame (with three-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and an encircled ''Rampant Colt'' logo on left side), and swing-out loading gate batch-marked ''6'' (or ''9''); blued hammer with sides polished ''bright''; blued steel gripstraps; two-piece finely-checkered black hard rubber ''bird's head'' grips with the Rampant Colt in an oval cartouche at top. Mfg'd 1900. Condition is very good. Barrel and ejector retain approx. 25% blue amid scattered erosion and discoloration; cylinder with 65% blue (mostly confined to flutes); case hardened frame has silvered out and darkened; hammer shows 75% fire-blue; gripstraps retain 35% blue, mostly on triggerguard and backstrap apron. Grips show light wear, no cracks or chips and fit well. Action and lock-up are crisp and sure in both single- and double actions; bore is clean with distinct rifling. Est.: $350-$450. (C&R/PPT)
Civil War Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver Civil War Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver

Civil War Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver

Lot #1045 (Sale Order 1045 of 596)

Civil War Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, converted to metallic cartridge, #221923, .22 RF cal., 4'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed blade front (and conversion-ring notched rear) sights marked with the one-line Colt name and address; 6-shot round cylinder carries the ''stagecoach hold-up'' rolled scene; frame is marked ''Colts/Patent'' on left side; brass gripstraps have a ''2'' on left-front bolster of the large rounded triggerguard; varnished one-piece checkered walnut grips. Mfg'd 1862. Condition is good as altered. Barrel has had its loading lever removed, rammer slot plugged and re-configured, with a spring-actuated cartridge ejector rod added to its right side, and shows a brownish coloration. Cylinder had its rear percussion section removed and shows a clear scene with no blue. Frame had a conversion ring with floating firing pin brazed in place and re-case hardened (frame and hammer show mottled case colors); trigger with darkened blue, brass gripstraps with a clean polished patina. Grips are solid with later coarse checkering and a thin later varnish finish. All visible serial numbers match (could not remove wedge). Action is crisp; sleeved bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $250-$450. (Antique)
Antique Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver Antique Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver

Antique Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver

Lot #1046 (Sale Order 1046 of 596)

Antique Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver, #158005, .31 cal., 6'' octagonal barrel with brass pin front (and hammer-notch rear) sights, marked with the two-line Colt name and address; 5-shot round cylinder carries the ''stagecoach hold-up'' rolled scene; frame is marked ''Colts/Patent'' on left side; brass gripstraps have an ''M'' on left bolster of the large rounded triggerguard; varnished one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd 1858. Condition is very good. Barrel shows traces of blue with light scattered discoloration (mostly confined to right side), cylinder with a clear scene and no original blue, frame silvered with 35% case colors, trigger with darkened blue, brass gripstraps with traces of silver plate. Grips are solid showing light use marks and 70% original varnish finish. Markings and edges are sharp; domed screw head slots are mostly unblemished; all visible serial numbers match including lever (could not remove wedge, but it appears original). Action is smooth and sure; bore is mostly bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $450-$750. (Antique)
Full-Size Cap Gun Copy of a Colt Single Action Army  Revolver Full-Size Cap Gun Copy of a Colt Single Action Army  Revolver

Full-Size Cap Gun Copy of a Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #1047 (Sale Order 1047 of 596)

Full-Size Cap Gun Copy of a Colt Single Action Army Revolver, with 2 ''cartridges'' (cap inserts), NVSN, non-firing replica, 4.75'' barrel with a high blade front sight and a spring-actuated ejector rod; cast two-piece frame with integral gripstraps and hinged loading gate is marked ''BKA/98'' in a diamond cartouche on left side; fluted round ''5-shot'' cylinder; two-piece hardwood grips. Overall chrome-type bright finish. Condition is fine as configured, retaining most finish but for minor losses at left recoil shield and between two cylinder flutes. Grips are sound without chips or marks. Action turns cylinder but does not hold at cock; ''bore'' is clean. Cap inserts are very good. Est.: $50-$100. (No FFL Required)
Springfield 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Takedown Rifle Springfield 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Takedown Rifle

Springfield 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Takedown Rifle

Lot #1048 (Sale Order 1048 of 596)

U.S. Springfield Model 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Trapdoor Infantry Rifle, #558943, .45-70 Gov't. cal., 32-5/8'' barrel with block-blade front sight and Buffington rear sight (correctly marked ''R'' for Rifle) marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)/P'' and ''A'' at breech; trapdoor breechblock is marked ''US/Model/1884'' in three lines at hinge; flush-mounted lockplate has a spread-wing eagle clutching olive branches ahead of hammer (other markings obscured); correct one-piece triggerguard with sling swivel at front; steel furniture including two spring-retained barrel bands (top band with stacking swivel), buttplate with sliding door opening to trap for cleaning rod (not present) is marked ''US'' behind tang screw; one-piece ramrod bayonet. Oil-stained walnut fullstock with ''SWP/1892'' (Samuel W. Porter) inspector's cartouche on left side. Mfg'd ca. 1889-93. Condition is all original and very good, the steel parts generally a smooth gunmetal gray-brown, the lockplate with pitting at rear and partially obscured markings. Stock shows the expected marks of military use and age and losses at top band on right side and along the ramrod channel, otherwise solid. Action is strong and smooth; bore is shiny with distinct rifling. Est.: $750-$1,250. (Antique)
Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #1049 (Sale Order 1049 of 596)

Indian Wars Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle, #437245, .45-70 Gov't cal., 32-5/8'' barrel marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)/P'' at breech, and fitted with a block-blade front sight (serves as a bayonet lug) and Buffington rear sight (correctly marked ''R'' for Rifle); hinged breechblock (trapdoor) is marked ''U.S./Model/1884''; flat lockplate is marked ''(spread eagle)'' to left of ''U.S./Springfield'' beneath trapdoor latch; steel furniture including two spring-retained barrel bands (top with stacking swivel), two-piece triggerguard (with sling swivel at front), buttplate marked ''US'' on top tang, nosecap, and button-head steel cleaning rod; one-piece oil-stained walnut fullstock. Mfg'd ca. 1886-91. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces show a dark black-brown patina, covered with a heavy coat of varnish or linseed oil that has darkened over time; metal markings are legible. Stock is solid with the expected use and handling dings of military use and storage, and no inspector marks. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with distinct rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)
Antique Stevens New Model Tip-Up Pocket Rifle Antique Stevens New Model Tip-Up Pocket Rifle

Antique Stevens New Model Tip-Up Pocket Rifle

Lot #1050 (Sale Order 1050 of 596)

Antique Stevens New Model Tip-Up Pocket Rifle, 2nd Issue, with detachable shoulder stock, #9586, .22 RF cal., blued 14-7/8'' part-round part-octagonal barrel, with hooded Globe type front and adjustable leaf rear sights marked with the maker's name, address and 1864 patent date on left side at breech; nickel-plated frame with barrel hinge at front and knurled release button on left side, has integral spurtrigger sheath, straight gripstraps and firing pin in a bushing; skeleton stock attached by a bottom dovetail and knurled top screw; varnished rosewood grips. Mfg'd 1875-96. Condition is good to very good. Barrel, hammer and trigger retain all of what is likely an expert old reblue; frame and shoulder stock retain virtually all of their original nickel plating. Grips with most original varnish and scattered handling marks. Barrel hinge is strong; action is crisp; bore is etched but with defined rifling. Est.: $450-$650. (Antique)
Stevens Favorite No. 17 Single Shot Boy's Rifle Stevens Favorite No. 17 Single Shot Boy's Rifle

Stevens Favorite No. 17 Single Shot Boy's Rifle

Lot #1051 (Sale Order 1051 of 596)

Stevens Favorite No. 17 Single Shot Takedown Boy's Rifle, #452, .32 Long RF cal., blued 22'' part-round part-octagonal barrel, with dovetailed low-blade front and notched rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top flat, and ''32-Long'' at left breech; case hardened receiver has a large takedown thumbscrew underneath, and a serpentine operating lever that opens the dropping-block action with automatic extraction; varnished walnut forestock with semi-Schnabel nose, and matching buttstock having a checkered hard rubber buttplate with ''Stevens Favorite'' in a central ribbon. Mfg'd ca. 1893-1939. Condition is excellent. Barrel retains approx. 98% original blue, receiver with brilliant case colors. Stocks are sound and smooth, with minor handling marks and lovely grain and color; fancy buttplate with crisp checkering and lettering. Blued screw heads are unmarred; action is smooth and sure; bore is bright with sharp rifling. The Favorite offered the convenience of takedown and easily-changed calibers by substituting a different barrel and breechblock. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Ltd. Edition Print, entitled ''Custer at Hanover'' Ltd. Edition Print, entitled ''Custer at Hanover''

Ltd. Edition Print, entitled ''Custer at Hanover''

Lot #1052 (Sale Order 1052 of 596)

Limited Edition Print, entitled ''Custer at Hanover'', #510/950, hand signed by the artist Dale Gallon, published from the original oil painting commissioned by the NRA, Fairfax, VA, 1994. Museum framed and matted, image size approx. 28''x19'', with information booklet and Certificate on reverse. Condition is excellent. Est.: $400-$600.
Antique SxS Double Barrel Perc. Shotgun Antique SxS Double Barrel Perc. Shotgun

Antique SxS Double Barrel Perc. Shotgun

Lot #1053 (Sale Order 1053 of 596)

Antique Side-by-Side Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun, unmarked as to maker but possibly American, NVSN, 12x12 ga., 36.75'' barrels with stub front and no rear sights, two silver bands on full-length top rib at breech; lockplates and hammers are floral engraved, as is the triggerguard, with pineapple front and long rear tangs, top tang of the shotgun buttplate, and bottom pineapple ferrules retaining the hardwood ramrod; a single barrel key with two oval German silver escutcheons; hardwood halfstock is checkered at wrist, with vacant German silver nameplate on bottom. Condition is about good, appearing original. Metal surfaces show a twist pattern and a darkened gunmetal color with scattered erosion and dings from use and age. Stock is sound with worn checkering and a 1''x1/2'' chip at right buttplate area (possibly a fault in the wood grain). Actions work smoothly and well; bores show black powder erosion but are clean. Est.: $200-$300. (Antique)
U.A.M. Fraternal Sword, by Henderson Ames Co. U.A.M. Fraternal Sword, by Henderson Ames Co.

U.A.M. Fraternal Sword, by Henderson Ames Co.

Lot #1054 (Sale Order 1054 of 596)

U.A.M. (United American Mechanics) Fraternal Sword, by Henderson Ames Co., an organization founded in the 1870's. The 27'' bright nickel-plated blade is etched engraved with floral decorations, knight head, and military motifs, and panel engraved with the name ''Jos.H. Roseman'', on other side ''U.A.M.''. Ricasso area is maker marked by ''The Henderson Ames Co. Kalamazoo, Mich'', ca. 1890's-1910. Decorated high relief crossguard and langet with ''V.F.E.P.'' stamped inside a banner. Grip is black-colored wood and smooth. Pommel is rounded and has an American eagle on top with a chain going down to the crossguard. Scabbard has cast fittings at the tip, center and top with rings for wear, faintly etched engraved with ''U.A.M.'' Condition is good with the blade being mostly bright, a few scattered rust specks, and fingerprint stains. There is wear to the fittings and pommel finish. Scabbard has been stripped and wire brushed and shows some heavy rust pitting in the center. Est.: $100-$200.
S&W .38 Safety 4th Model Revolver S&W .38 Safety 4th Model Revolver

S&W .38 Safety 4th Model Revolver

Lot #1055 (Sale Order 1055 of 596)

Smith & Wesson .38 Safety 4th Model Double Action Revolver, #149173, .38 S&W CF cal., 4'' round barrel, with pinned blade front and small grooved rear sights; marked with maker's name, address and 1883-85-89 patent dates on top rib; fluted 5-shot round cylinder; frame with circular S&W logo on right side, signature large front hinge, integral gripstraps and ''lemon squeezer'' safety bar in backstrap; finely-checkered two-piece black hard rubber grips with the entwined ''S&W'' logo in a raised panel at top. Mfg'd ca. 1898-1907. Condition is very good. Steel surfaces show an overall smooth gunmetal gray with good traces of original blue in protected areas and 80% blue on triggerguard. Grips are unchipped and have sharp checkering and detail. Barrel hinge and latch are sound; action is crisp; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R/PPT)
S&W Safety Hammerless Tip-Up Revolver S&W Safety Hammerless Tip-Up Revolver

S&W Safety Hammerless Tip-Up Revolver

Lot #1056 (Sale Order 1056 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless Tip-Up Double Action Revolver, Third Model, with holster, #47286, .38 S&W CF cal., 3.25'' round barrel, with integral pinned-blade front sight, marked with maker's name, address, and six patent dates on top rib, has the improved push-down release lever; round long-fluted 5-shot cylinder; frame with large front barrel hinge, and backstrap safety bar in integral gripstraps; twp-piece mother-of-pearl grips. Mfg'd ca. 1890-98, originally in full nickel-plated finish. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% original nickel, thinning and dulling on both sideplates and backstrap area. Pearl grips show brilliant luster, have a tiny chip at right-front top side; barrel hinge is strong. Action is smooth and sure; bore is clean but pitted with defined rifling. Russet leather ''Mexican Loop'' holster has a basketweave design on front and loop and is in fine condition. Est.: $300-$500. (Antique)
U.S. Rev. Co. Top-Break Revolver U.S. Rev. Co. Top-Break Revolver

U.S. Rev. Co. Top-Break Revolver

Lot #1057 (Sale Order 1057 of 596)

Top-Break Double Action Automatic Ejector Revolver, by U.S. Revolver Co., #7365, .38 CF cal., 3.5'' barrel marked ''U.S. Revolver Co.'' on top rib, fluted 5-shot round cylinder; frame with S&W style large front hinge and integral gripstraps; finely checkered two-piece black hard rubber grips have relief ''U.S.'' circular logo at top. Patterned after S&W's contemporary array of .38 Double Action revolvers. Originally mfg'd with full blued finish. Condition is excellent, retaining approx. 90% glossy deep blue to barrel, cylinder (with occasional light roughness between flutes), frame (darkening to gripstraps) and triggerguard; bright case hardening colors to hammer and trigger, and perfect unmarked grips having sharp checkering and detail. Barrel hinge and latch are strong; action is crisp in both single- and double-actions; bore is shiny with deep rifling. Est.: $150-$350. (C&R)
H&R Double Action Auto Ejector Pocket Revolver H&R Double Action Auto Ejector Pocket Revolver

H&R Double Action Auto Ejector Pocket Revolver

Lot #1058 (Sale Order 1058 of 596)

Harrington & Richardson Double Action Automatic Ejector Pocket Revolver, #A27729, .32 CF cal., 2'' round barrel marked ''H&R Arms Co./Worcester, Mass.'' on top rib; fluted 5-shot round cylinder with auto cartridge ejector; frame with integral gripstraps and large front hinge; finely-checkered two-piece black hard rubber grips having a relief screw boss and target logo within a circular panel at top. Condition is excellent, virtually new, retaining almost all of its bright nickel plating to barrel, cylinder and frame, blued triggerguard, case hardened hammer and trigger. Grips show sharp checkering and details. Barrel hinge and latch are strong; markings are sharp; action is crisp in both single- and double-actions; bore is shiny with deep rifling. Est.: $200-$350. (C&R)
Antique European SxS Perc. Shotgun Antique European SxS Perc. Shotgun

Antique European SxS Perc. Shotgun

Lot #1059 (Sale Order 1059 of 596)

Antique European Side-by-Side Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun, NVSN, approx. 20 ga., 33'' barrels, with brass post front and tang groove rear sights marked ''Weisgerber in St. Wendel'' (partly indistinct) ahead of breech on the full-length top rib; serpentine lockplates with matching hammers are unmarked; iron furniture including triggerguard with scrolled rear finger grip, single barrel key with two oval German-silver escutcheons, and two ferrules holding the brass-tipped hardwood ramrod; European walnut halfstock with basketweave checkering decorated with tiny nails in diamond patterns at forearm and wrist, raised cheeckpiece, and relief-carved ''beast head'' under wrist. Condition is good to very good. Barrels have a deep brown color with traces of what appears to be twist grain, and dark scattered pitting, the balance of the metal in matching condition. Stock is sound with distinct checkering and carved details, shallow dings to buttstock, and retains approx. 25% original varnish. Named after Saint Wendelin of Trier, Sankt Wendel is in Saarland, Germany, near the capital, Saarbrcken. Nipples are mashed; top ramrod ferrule is detached but present; actions function but are sticky; bores are clean with scattered erosion. Est.: $250-$450. (Antique)
Antique American SxS Perc. Shotgun Antique American SxS Perc. Shotgun

Antique American SxS Perc. Shotgun

Lot #1060 (Sale Order 1060 of 596)

Antique American Side-by-Side Percussion Shotgun, NVSN, 10 ga., 35.25'' barrels have a bead front sight and are marked with illegible lettering on full-length top rib; side locks are scroll engraved and marked ''Miller'' at rear; engraved steel furniture including hammers, top barrel tang, triggerguard with fancy pineapple front tang and elongated rear, lower ramrod ferrule (of 3), buttplate; varnished walnut halfstock has coarse checkering at wrist and a vacant German silver nameplate on belly, is retained by a single barrel wedge; plain hardwood ramrod with flared tip. Condition is about very good, the barrels showing some twist grain, the rest of the steel parts with an overall brown patina and mostly clear engraving and markings. Actions work as designed; bores appear fairly clean. Est.: $250-$400. (Antique)
Stevens Model 10 Single Shot Target Pistol Stevens Model 10 Single Shot Target Pistol

Stevens Model 10 Single Shot Target Pistol

Lot #1061 (Sale Order 1061 of 596)

Stevens Model 10 Single Shot Target Pistol, #5626, .22 LR cal., 8'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grip panels, and factory adjustable rear sight. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80% thinning and toning blue. Grips and action are good, bore is very good. Est.: $150-$300. (C&R/PPT)
Stevens Model 70 ''Visible Loader'' Pump Rifle Stevens Model 70 ''Visible Loader'' Pump Rifle

Stevens Model 70 ''Visible Loader'' Pump Rifle

Lot #1062 (Sale Order 1062 of 596)

Stevens Model 70 ''Visible Loader'' Pump Action Rifle, #R197, .22 RF cal., blued 22'' barrel, with dovetailed German silver blade front and buckhorn rear sights marked with the maker's name, address, model and patent date on top; blued tubular half-magazine; blued solid receiver with integral triggerguard is marked ''R297'' on lower tang; varnished grooved sliding walnut forearm, and buttstock with grooved hard rubber buttplate. Condition is very good as refinished. Barrel retains approx. 98% deep blue with (apparently) hand-stamped markings; receiver with all of a smooth plum-blue finish. Stock is smooth and sound showing most varnish, minor handling marks, and pleasing grain and color. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant with defined rifling. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R)
Lot of Seven (7) Stag-Handled Hunting Knives Lot of Seven (7) Stag-Handled Hunting Knives

Lot of Seven (7) Stag-Handled Hunting Knives

Lot #1063 (Sale Order 1063 of 596)

Lot of Seven (7) Stag-Handled Hunting Knives, four are signed by the maker: 1.) 3.5'' blade, 8.75'' overall, finger grooved stag handle, brass guard and pommel. 2.) 4.25'' blade, 9.25'' overall, brass guard is signed ''K. Richardson''; stag handle with a single red/black/white spacer. Includes a brown leather sheath. 3.) 4.75'' blade, 9.25'' overall, brass guard, crown stag handle; brown leather sheath with boot lace type stitching. 4.) 5'' blade, 10'' overall, brass guard, curved crown stag handle; leather Native American style sheath. 5.) 5.25'' blade, flat has been lightly etched above the grind line, 10.25'' overall, aluminum guard is signed ''K. Richardson Knives'' and ''2-78''; with brown leather sheath. 6.) 5.5'' blade is marked ''Wilcox'', 10.25'' overall, thick brass guard, curved crown stag handle. 7.) 6'' blade is lightly etched above the grind line, electro-pencil signed on one side ''Pete W. #963''; ''4-1-88'' on the opposite side; brass guard with a curved crown stag handle; brown leather sheath is numbered and dated on the backside to match the knife. All of the knives are in very good overall condition. Some are simple and utilitarian. The sheath that comes with knife #2 has some cracking to the leather, small tear at the throat. Est.: $200-$350/lot.
Lot of 6 Vintage Hunting Knives Lot of 6 Vintage Hunting Knives

Lot of 6 Vintage Hunting Knives

Lot #1064 (Sale Order 1064 of 596)

Lot of Six (6) Vintage Hunting Knives, by Remington, Case, etc: 1.) Remington RH72P, 4.25'' blade, etched game scene on one side, 8'' overall, orange handle; in leather Remington Dupont sheath. 2.) Marble's Woodcraft knife, 4.25'' blade, 8.25'' overall; knife has been re-handled with a combination stacked leather washers with brass/black/red/silver spacers; in original leather Marble's sheath. 3.) Case ''Carson'' stamped hunting knife, 5.75'' blade, 10.25'' overall, wood handle; in original leather Case ''Sportsman'' sheath with stag design on the front. 4.) RH Pal #36 fighting knife, 6.25'' blade, 11'' overall; knife has been re-handled with a combination of stacked leather/black/red/clear washers; in original leather sheath. 5.) Case #523-5, 4.75'' blade, 9'' overall, bone scales; in original brown leather Case sheath. 6.) Case XX knife/hatchet combination set, 4.5'' knife blade, 9'' overall, with interchangeable hatchet, marble patterned composition handle; in original leather Case-XX sheath. The condition of these knives ranges from fair to good. All have been used, and with the exception of the Case knife/hatchet combo all have been re-sharpened. Maker's marks on these knives are legible and most are very clear. The handle on knife #6 is missing a considerable piece from one side. The sheaths show age and wear consistent with the knives themselves, most with small slices at the throat and varying degrees of cracking to the leather. Est.: $200-$400/lot.
Am. Indian Medals Collection, by Hamilton Mint Am. Indian Medals Collection, by Hamilton Mint

Am. Indian Medals Collection, by Hamilton Mint

Lot #1065 (Sale Order 1065 of 596)

Museum of Indian Heritage American Indian Medals Collection, issued by the Hamilton Mint (1976). Complete set of 36 gold-plated sterling medals, in book casing with beautiful embossed leather cover of Indian warrior. Condition is near excellent with only minor edgewear and slight split at cover. Includes documentation on each medal. Est.: $400-$500/set.
Thompson Center G2 Contender Single Shot Pistol Thompson Center G2 Contender Single Shot Pistol

Thompson Center G2 Contender Single Shot Pistol

Lot #1066 (Sale Order 1066 of 596)

Thompson Center Arms G2 Contender Single Shot Pistol, #G14556, .22 Hornet cal., 10'' stainless barrel, blued frame, smooth walnut forend and finger grooved grip both with a gloss finish, and ''TC'' grip cap. Center/Rimfire selector switch is mounted on the hammer. Top of barrel is fitted with a one-piece stainless Ken Light Mfg. sight rib for Weaver style rings; front of rib with a post front sight. Condition overall is near excellent. Stainless barrel with a few slight surface scuffs. Receiver retains approx. 98%+ original finish. Forend and grip with a few normal light handling marks. Excellent action, bright and clean bore. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Leupold Vari-X 2.5-8x32mm Handgun Scope Leupold Vari-X 2.5-8x32mm Handgun Scope

Leupold Vari-X 2.5-8x32mm Handgun Scope

Lot #1067 (Sale Order 1067 of 596)

Leupold Vari-X 2.5-8x32mm Extended Eye Relief Handgun Scope, with duplex reticle, gloss black finish, and a pair of unmarked scope rings. Scope is in excellent overall condition, appearing near new. Exterior with only a few minor handling marks. Optics are bright and clear. Est.: $200-$350.
Winchester Model 70 Classic Sporter Winchester Model 70 Classic Sporter

Winchester Model 70 Classic Sporter

Lot #1068 (Sale Order 1068 of 596)

Winchester Model 70 Classic Sporter Bolt Action Rifle, #G341360, .338 Win. mag. cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish, from the factory without sights, top of receiver drilled and tapped for scope base, with bolt-mounted safety; one-piece checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with an oil finish, cheekpiece, black rubber Winchester recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Approx. 98% original finish remains, and metal surfaces rate as near excellent overall; right side of barrel near the ''Classic Sporter'' with an approx. quarter-inch long noticeable scratch; barrel address with nice raised edges; triggerguard and bolt handle with edgewear accounting for most of the finish loss. Stock is serviceable but shows several dings and scratches from storage, no chips or cracks; good overall. Smooth action, clean bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern)
Tikka Model 695 Bolt Action Rifle Tikka Model 695 Bolt Action Rifle

Tikka Model 695 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1069 (Sale Order 1069 of 596)

Tikka Model 695 Bolt Action Rifle, #871537, .338 Win. mag. cal., long action, 24'' barrel, blue finish; one-piece walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb is checkered at the pistol-grip and forend, with an oil finish, black rubber recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Rifle comes from the factory without sights; receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mount and is also factory grooved. Receiver mounted safety, bolt-mounted cocking indicator, and one 3-round Tikka magazine. A Burris 4x Mini Model scope has been mounted to the grooved receiver; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Rifle was made in Finland. Rifle is in good to very good overall condition and the metal would clean to a solid very good, but shows signs of poor storage. Approx. 96% factory blue finish remains with spotted surface rust on the receiver; barrel with light handling marks and larger scratches approx. 18.5'' down from the muzzle, these larger scratches correspond with a gouge in the edge of the stock. Stock with scattered mostly shallow pressure dents and scratches; checkering with some flattening, mainly on the forend. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope exterior with moderate surface wear; optics are clear; rings with spots of surface rust. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Sporterized C.G. Haenel GEW-98 Bolt Action Rifle Sporterized C.G. Haenel GEW-98 Bolt Action Rifle

Sporterized C.G. Haenel GEW-98 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1070 (Sale Order 1070 of 596)

Sporterized C.G. Haenel GEW-98 Bolt Action Rifle, #1540l, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, 1917 dated receiver, bolt with jeweled body, bright handle, and commercial safety lever. Replacement barrel with commercial sporting sights which includes a blade front on fixed base and adjustable Williams rear; barrel is marked ''30/06'' and ''33-587'' on the left, top near the receiver with an illegible logo or proofmark. One-piece pistol-grip walnut Monte Carlo stock with press checkering at the wrist and forend, brown rubber vented Hy-Gun recoil pad, sling swivels, and 1'' brown leather sling; 14-1/8'' LOP. Topped with a one-piece Redfield scope base, Tradewinds TW-Zoom 1-1/2-4x scope; scope with a target dot reticle, 1'' tube, and satin black finish. Overall this rifle shows signs of only light use after it was modified. Approx. 98%+ blue finish remains; receiver has been reblued but the original proofmarks, etc. are clear. Stock with a few shallow impressions from handling, predominantly on the forend and left side below the receiver, with a nice even color and finish. Bottom of triggerguard with some intermittent light surface rust. Smooth action; excellent bore with sharp rifling. Scope with a couple of minor scratches to the exterior; optics are clear. Est.: $200-$400. (Modern)
Unertl 20-Power Bench Rest Target Scope Unertl 20-Power Bench Rest Target Scope

Unertl 20-Power Bench Rest Target Scope

Lot #1071 (Sale Order 1071 of 596)

Unertl 20-Power Bench Rest Target Scope, with aluminum mounts and recoil spring, #33955, blued finish, fine crosshair reticle, 3/4'' tube, threaded metal lens covers; overall length is 25.5''. Stamped on scope tube with ''J.UNERTL OPT CO.'' within standard Unertl logo. ''J.UNERTL'' stamped on large aluminum mount; smaller mount unmarked. Condition is very good overall retaining most of the original blue finish, with no dents but showing a small amount of peppered small rust spots, mainly on front half of the scope with a larger area on the front lens cover. Optics are bright and clear. Est.: $500-$700.
Savage Model 10 FCP-SR Bolt Action Rifle Savage Model 10 FCP-SR Bolt Action Rifle

Savage Model 10 FCP-SR Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1072 (Sale Order 1072 of 596)

Savage Model 10 FCP-SR Bolt Action Rifle, #J030564, .308 cal., 20'' barrel with threaded muzzle, matte black finish, black synthetic AccuStock with checkered pistol grip, black rubber recoil pad, and three (3) sling swivel studs. From the factory without sights and a one-piece scope base mounted to the receiver. Adjustable AccuTrigger, receiver mounted safety, and oversized bolt handle. Missing magazine. Right side of stock with the original Savage stickers still attached. Metal is excellent, showing no signs of wear or finish loss. Stock with some light surface scuffs and rub marks, most appear to be storage wear as this rifle does not appear to have been fired very often. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent sharp rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Howa Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle Howa Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle

Howa Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1073 (Sale Order 1073 of 596)

Howa Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle, #B006742, .270 cal., 22'' barrel from the factory without sights, blue finish; checkered pistol-grip hardwood stock with black plastic buttplate, one quick-release sling swivel, front swivel is missing. Topped with a Bushnell 3-9x32 Sportview scope; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Made in Japan. With the exception of flaking to the black paint finish on the triggerguard, metal is near excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue, barrel with a few light scratches, factory lettering is crisp. Stock is good with scattered scuffs and pressure dents, some of which have transferred white paint onto the surface. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope with minor handling marks to the exterior; optics are clean and clear. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern)
Mauser Model 96 Straight-Pull Rifle Mauser Model 96 Straight-Pull Rifle

Mauser Model 96 Straight-Pull Rifle

Lot #1074 (Sale Order 1074 of 596)

Mauser Model 96 Straight-Pull Rifle, #96007820, 7mm Rem. mag. cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock checkered at wrist and forend, with cheekpiece black rubber Mauser recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Wood with an oil finish. From the factory without sights. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mount, with a tang-mounted safety. Topped with a Bushnell Banner 40mm scope on Redfield mount; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Metal is near excellent retaining approx. 98% original finish, with light muzzle wear and a few small surface scuffs. Stock is good with mostly shallow surface dents and scratches, predominantly on the left side; checkering shows little wear. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Scope with fine scratches to exterior; optics are bright and clear. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Remington Model 7400 Semi-Automatic Rifle Remington Model 7400 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Model 7400 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #1075 (Sale Order 1075 of 596)

Remington Model 7400 Semi-Automatic Rifle, with scope, #8474093, .30-06 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish; fleur-de-lis pattern press checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with black plastic Remington buttplate and grip cap, silver bead front sight dovetailed into ramped base and notched adjustable rear sight on ramped base, with one magazine. Topped with a Tasco 6x40 scope on Redfield mount; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Condition is excellent. Metal appears near new and retains approx. 99% original blue; triggerguard with a few slight scratches. Right side of the buttstock with a couple of light handling marks, wood otherwise also appears near new. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Scope is excellent; optics are clean and clear. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern)
Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle

Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1076 (Sale Order 1076 of 596)

Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle, #E6377042, 7mm STW cal., 26'' heavy barrel, blue finish; one-piece brown Monte Carlo laminate wood stock is point checkered at the wrist and forend, with cheekpiece, black rubber Remington recoil pad, ebony forend and grip cap, sling swivel studs. Mfg'd without sights, this rifle is topped with a Tasco 6-24x40mm scope; scope with an old style range finding reticle, gloss black finish, and lens covers. Condition overall is very good showing signs of poor storage and handling. Metal surfaces retain approx. 97% original blue finish, barrel with scattered scratches and a few small spots of surface rust; factory lettering is clear and defined. Stock with scratches and impressions, which includes a few spots of concentrated wear on the right side of the buttstock; checkering is mostly clean and sharp, right side forend checks with a few flat spots. Smooth action; bright bore with excellent rifling; internally a clean rifle that appears to have been fired very little. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Nikon Coyote Special 3-9x40 Scope Nikon Coyote Special 3-9x40 Scope

Nikon Coyote Special 3-9x40 Scope

Lot #1077 (Sale Order 1077 of 596)

Nikon Coyote Special 3-9x40 Scope, with BDC long range hunting reticle, camouflage finish, with Nikon lens covers, box, optional anti-reflection device, and associated paperwork. In excellent as new overall condition. There are no ring marks, etc. and scope does not appear to have ever been mounted to a rifle. Optics are crystal clear. Exterior of box with a neon ''Demo'' sticker. Est.: $150-$250.
Browning BAR MK II Safari Semi-Auto Rifle Browning BAR MK II Safari Semi-Auto Rifle

Browning BAR MK II Safari Semi-Auto Rifle

Lot #1078 (Sale Order 1078 of 596)

Browning BAR MK II Safari Semi-Automatic Rifle, #107NV25146, .300 Win. Mag. cal., 22'' barrel; 25'' overall with the ported BOSS. Metal with a blue finish, receiver with standard scroll engraving. The checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend with a high-gloss finish, black rubber Browning recoil pad, and sling swivel studs, gold-colored trigger and one magazine. Mfg'd without sights, top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped. Topped with a Simmons 4-12x44 scope on Leupold mount; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Mfg'd in Belgium and assembled in Portugal. This rifle does not appear to have been used often but does show some cosmetic damage due to poor storage. Metal rates as fine overall and retains approx. 97% original blue finish with some moderate scratches, mainly on the receiver; factory lettering and engraving are clear. Wood with surface dents, scratches, and some flat spots to the checkering, more highly concentrated on the forend; most of the marks on the buttstock would be considered normal signs of moderate field use. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Scope with light scratching to the exterior; optics are clear. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Sauer Model 202 Lux Supreme Bolt Action Rifle Sauer Model 202 Lux Supreme Bolt Action Rifle

Sauer Model 202 Lux Supreme Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1079 (Sale Order 1079 of 596)

Sauer Model 202 Lux Supreme Bolt Action Rifle, #N11319, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, high polish blue finish; two-piece high grade pistol-grip walnut stock with gloss finish, Monte Carlo comb, checkered wrist and forend, rosewood grip and Schnabel forend cap, vented black rubber Sauer recoil pad, and sling swivels. Barrel without sights, receiver with a set of Buehler scope rings. Featuring a gold-colored trigger, dual safety, and includes one Sauer magazine. Bolt body is present but all of the internal pieces are missing. Right side of barrel with ''KJ'' date code and proofmarks. Made in Germany in 1998. Metal surfaces are in fine overall condition with approx. 97% remaining original finish; barrel with light scratches and handling marks, predominantly on the upper half towards the muzzle. Wood shows signs of improper storage and handling with scattered dings and mars, right side of rosewood forend cap with a sliver that is cracked and was most likely broken off at one point and reattached. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Modern)
Sig Arms SHR 970 Synthetic Bolt Action Rifle Sig Arms SHR 970 Synthetic Bolt Action Rifle

Sig Arms SHR 970 Synthetic Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1080 (Sale Order 1080 of 596)

Sig Arms SHR 970 Synthetic Bolt Action Rifle, #R05255, .270 cal., 22'' barrel, dark blue/black finish; one-piece black synthetic stock is checkered at the pistol-grip and forend, with black rubber Sig Arms recoil pad and sling swivel studs. From the factory without sights, top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for a scope base, with cocking indicator, 3-position safety, detachable magazine. Triggerguard with the original hang tag still attached. Made in Switzerland. Metal surfaces are in fine overall condition with approx. 97% remaining original finish; barrel and receiver with scattered moderate scratches and handling marks. Stock is very good with light scuffs and scratches; checkering is mostly sharp, right side grip with a scratch that extends halfway across the checks. Really nice smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling; internally very clean, appearing to have been fired very little; external wear is from handling and storage. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern)
Foremost Firearms Model 6600 Bolt Action Rifle Foremost Firearms Model 6600 Bolt Action Rifle

Foremost Firearms Model 6600 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1081 (Sale Order 1081 of 596)

Foremost Firearms Model 6600 Bolt Action Rifle, #P-49281, .270 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, machine-turned bolt, skip-line checkered cheekpiece mahogany stock with somewhat darker forend and pistol grip cap. Topped with 3-9x scope on Weaver rings and mounts. Appears to have been mfg'd from a Mauser style military receiver, with the work most likely being accomplished in England, as the barrel is British nitro-proofed. Condition is very good as modified, retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning blue. Stock with moderate scuffs and scratches, and moderate flattening to checks. Rubber butt pad has mostly perished and should be replaced. Crisp action, fine bore, scope optics with duplex reticle remain clear. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern)
Custom Interarms Mark X Bolt Action Rifle Custom Interarms Mark X Bolt Action Rifle

Custom Interarms Mark X Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1082 (Sale Order 1082 of 596)

Custom Interarms Mark X Bolt Action Rifle, with Burris Scope, #A23144, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel is marked on top ''Emdeko P.O. Ackley Inc., SLC UT'' and ''30/06''; metal with a dark blue finish. Custom one-piece maple thumbhole stock with cheekpiece, rosewood forend and grip cap, vented black rubber Pachmayr recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Adjustable trigger, mfg'd without sights, and topped with a Burris 3-9x30 scope on Redfield mount; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Made in Yugoslavia by Zastava. Condition is excellent, retaining approx. 98% blue finish, barrel with general faint handling marks, factory lettering is clear. Stock is also excellent, showing little wear; right side of buttstock and left side below the receiver with a few impressions. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope with a few slight marks to the exterior; optics are clear. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1083 (Sale Order 1083 of 596)

Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, with scope, #1588, .270 Win. cal., 24.5'' barrel, blued/bright finish, walnut Monte Carlo stock. Topped with a Tasco 4-12x40 scope. Marked on left side of receiver rail 'Fab Nat.D'ARMES de Guerre HERSTAL-BELGIQUE''. Missing front triggerguard locking screw. Condition overall is very good with almost all of the reblued finish remaining on the metal. Bright bolt shows very light patina. Stock is close to excellent with a couple of stains and very light handling marks. Bore is dark but may clean better with very good rifling. Flip safety lever will not engage and remains in the ''Fire '' mode (needs repair). Action is otherwise smooth. Includes a leather sling in good condition. Scope is in very good condition with clear optics. The left-right adjustment is smooth, and elevation cover is tight in place. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern)
Steyr Mannlicher SBS (Safebolt) Pro Hunter Rifle Steyr Mannlicher SBS (Safebolt) Pro Hunter Rifle

Steyr Mannlicher SBS (Safebolt) Pro Hunter Rifle

Lot #1084 (Sale Order 1084 of 596)

Steyr Mannlicher SBS (Safebolt) Pro Hunter Bolt Action Rifle, #1017051, .260 Rem. cal., 24'' hammer forged barrel, matte blue finish; black synthetic pistol-grip stock with sling swivels and black rubber Steyr pad. Mfg'd without sights, top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mount, tang mounted safety, and includes one factory magazine. Made in Austria. Condition is good with general scuffs and scratches to the stock and metal, most appear to be storage related as this rifle does not appear to have been fired very often. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1085 (Sale Order 1085 of 596)

Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle, #G2273578, .30-06 cal., 25.5'' barrel which includes ported muzzlebrake, matte blue finish, bolt mounted safety, checkered pistol-grip black synthetic stock with decorative Winchester ''W'' on each side of forend; black rubber Winchester recoil pad and sling swivel studs. From the factory without sights; receiver is factory drilled and tapped and fit with a two-piece Weaver scope base. Condition overall is very good, retaining approx. 96% original blue finish, with scattered light scratches to the metal. Bolt handle with a few spots of light surface rust. Stock with general surface scuffs and spots of flattening to checks, predominantly on the forend. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Bolt face and chamber area are clean, most of the exterior cosmetic blemishes appear to be from storage, as this rifle does not appear to have been fired very much. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Remington Model 722 Bolt Action Rifle Remington Model 722 Bolt Action Rifle

Remington Model 722 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1086 (Sale Order 1086 of 596)

Remington Model 722 Bolt Action Rifle, #389063, .222 Rem. cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish, semi-gloss finished one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock, grooved aluminum Remington buttplate, with black slip-over 9-round cartridge holder. Blade front sight with silver bead is dovetailed into a ramped base; notched rear sight with elevator. Topped with a Simmons 3-10x44 wide angle scope; unmarked two-piece scope mount; scope with duplex reticle, 1'' tube, and matte black finish. Mfg'd 1956. Metal rates as about fine with approx. 97% remaining original finish, with a few small spots of surface rust around the muzzle and front sight; bright bolt handle with some cloudy dark spotting. Wood is solid and very good overall retaining most of its varnish, with intermittent shallow impressions and scratches, predominantly around the comb. Stock underneath the cartridge holder retains an even color and finish. Smooth action, shiny bore with excellent rifling. Scope is excellent with bright, clear optics. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Winchester Model 70 Ranger Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 70 Ranger Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 70 Ranger Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1087 (Sale Order 1087 of 596)

Winchester Model 70 Ranger Bolt Action Rifle, #G1942019, .30-06 cal., 22'' barrel, dark blue finish, one-piece oil-finished hardwood stock with pistol grip, black rubber Winchester recoil pad, and sling swivel studs, LOP is 13.5''. Sights include a silver bead blade front and ''U''-notched folding rear sight. Topped with a Bushnell Sportview 3-9x32 scope; scope with duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 95% original blue finish; triggerguard with scratches and edgewear. Wood with several pressure dents. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope exterior with intermittent small nicks and scratches; optics are crystal clear. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern)
Remington Model 788 Bolt Action Carbine Remington Model 788 Bolt Action Carbine

Remington Model 788 Bolt Action Carbine

Lot #1088 (Sale Order 1088 of 596)

Remington Model 788 Bolt Action Carbine, #B6122085, .243 cal., 18.5'' barrel, blue finish; one-piece pistol-grip birch stock with a vented brown rubber Pachmayr recoil pad, sling swivel studs; LOP over rubber pad is 12-3/8'', end of wood 11-1/2''. Blade front sight, no rear sight or plug screws, with one correct magazine. Topped with a Bushnell Scope Chief VI 3-9x scope on Weaver mount; scope with a duplex reticle and gloss black finish. Metal is excellent retaining approx. 99% original blue finish. Factory lettering is clear, barrel address with nice raised edges. Wood is fine retaining nearly all of the original varnish with scattered small marks from handling and field use, right side of the forend with a small but slightly deeper impression. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Scope exterior with a few small nicks and scratches; optics are clear. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1089 (Sale Order 1089 of 596)

Sporterized Model 98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #17X, 8x57mm cal., 23.6'' barrel, blued/bright finish, walnut Monte Carlo stock, no sights, with two scope mounts. Marked on receiver ring ''1940'', and on left side receiver rail ''Mod.98''. Intact German Eagle stamps on left side barrel and receiver. Mismatched number on bolt handle. Condition overall is very good with almost all of the reblued finish remaining on the metal, the bright bolt with rust spots. Stock is close to excellent with a few light handling marks. Action is stiff, bore with very good rifling. Est.: $250-$350. (Modern)
Sporterized Japanese Type 38 Arisaka Rifle Sporterized Japanese Type 38 Arisaka Rifle

Sporterized Japanese Type 38 Arisaka Rifle

Lot #1090 (Sale Order 1090 of 596)

Sporterized Japanese Type 38 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle, #0031737, 6.5x50mm cal., 18.75'' barrel, blued/engraved finish, Monte Carlo stock with black buttplate and pistol grip cap and yellow spacers. Ramp front sight, flip rear sight with separate peep sight that has been attached to the charger clip guide slot by a transverse screw. Intact Japanese Imperial chrysanthemum over characters for ''38 Type'' are faintly visible on receiver ring. Left side receiver is marked with ''00''removed from service stamp along with the code mark for the Koishikawa Arsenal. Mismatched numbers on extractor. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining all of its very ornate bright polished floral hand engraving. Wood has similar hand engraved floral motifs on the buttstock and forend and shows a few handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is good. No visible import marks. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)
FN Model 98 Mannlicher Sporting Rifle FN Model 98 Mannlicher Sporting Rifle

FN Model 98 Mannlicher Sporting Rifle

Lot #1091 (Sale Order 1091 of 596)

FN Model 98 Bolt Action Mannlicher Sporting Rifle, #21595, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, polished bolt, double set triggers, customized pistol-grip checkered walnut stock with ebony/ivory diamond-shaped inlays, and braided 3/4'' leather sling. Topped with a Hensoldt Duralyt 6x scope on double claw scope mounts. Condition is fine showing just light thinning to mid-century rust blue. Stock with light flattening to checks, thinning to varnish, and light marks from handling. Set triggers function well and remain crisp. Redfield receiver sight aperture has been removed to facilitate scope. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Sporterized Springfield M1903 Bolt Action Rifle Sporterized Springfield M1903 Bolt Action Rifle

Sporterized Springfield M1903 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1092 (Sale Order 1092 of 596)

Sporterized U.S. M1903 Bolt Action Rifle, by Springfield, with scope, #1313016, .30-06 cal., 19.75'' barrel, blued finish, Monte Carlo stock, no sights fitted. Includes a Buehler scope mount. Rifle has been sporterized by shortening the barrel and removing most of the military parts. Bolt has been jeweled and a new handle and flip safety attached. Condition is very good with almost all of the reblued finish remaining on the metal. Stock is very good with light handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is excellent. Scope is marked ''LYMAN ALL AMERICAN 4X''. Condition overall is very good with clear optics. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Custom Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle Custom Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle

Custom Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1093 (Sale Order 1093 of 596)

Custom Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Single Shot Rifle, #A6263605, barrel is unmarked but consignor states it is .221 Fireball cal., 23'' free-floating barrel, blue finish, mfg'd without sights; green and white pistol-grip fiberglass benchrest stock with laminate wood buttplate; stock has an approx. 3'' flat-bottomed forend. Top of receiver with a base for Weaver style scope rings; left side is drilled and tapped for a receiver sight, with one-piece aluminum triggerguard. Metal rates as very good retaining approx. 95% blue finish. Right side of barrel along stock line with three drilled and tapped holes that extend approx. 1/8'' below surface. Muzzle wear, as well as thinning near receiver, accounts for most of the finish loss. Stock is excellent showing just light handling marks. Safety has been removed; action is smooth; bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)
Marlin Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1094 (Sale Order 1094 of 596)

Marlin Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, #379589, .22 cal., 24'' octagon barrel, blue finish, straight grip oil-finished walnut stock, checkered hard rubber ''Marlin Safety'' buttplate, with Rocky Mountain front and rear sight; front sight with silver blade. Barrel with two-line ''Mar. 1, 1892'' last patent date address; upper tang is marked with second type ''Marlin/Model '92''. Approx. 70% toning factory blue finish remains and this rifle rates as very good overall. Wear to the receiver, lever and highpoints account for a majority of the finish loss. Receiver with light scratching to both sides. Barrel address and other factory marks are clear and well defined. Buttstock with only slight handling marks; forend with a handful of moderate impressions and one little bit larger gouge to the lower end near the receiver. Good action; bore with a few spots of moderate erosion. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #1095 (Sale Order 1095 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #885756, .32 Win. Spec. CF cal., 20'' barrel, with block-blade front and adjustable sliding-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date, and ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' on left side, and ''32 W.S.'' at breech; tubular half-magazine; receiver with left-side saddle stud and ring, is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester'' and trademark on upper tang, and ''885756'' at bottom front edge; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut forearm with single barrel band, and matching buttstock with checkered hard rubber buttplate having ''Winchester Repeating Arms Co.'' in a circular cartouche. Mfg'd 1921. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 15% original blue, receiver is gunmetal gray with scattered very minor discoloration, lever and hammer show muted case colors. Stocks are sound and smooth with light use/handling marks, nice grain and color; buttplate shows good detail. Action is smooth and crisp; bore shines with sharp rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1096 (Sale Order 1096 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #829302, .30 WCF (.30-30 CF) cal., 26'' barrel, with dovetailed bead-blade front sight and adjustable rear sight (marked ''D.W. King, Jr./Pat. Mar. 5, 07.''), stamped with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date, and ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' on left side, and ''.30 W.C.F.'' at breech; tubular full-length magazine; receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester'' and trademark on upper tang, and ''829302'' at bottom front edge; loop operating lever; oil-stained walnut forearm with steel nosecap, and matching buttstock with crescent steel buttplate. Mfg'd 1918. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 20% blue in protected areas, mag tube with 85% blue; receiver, hammer and buttplate are gunmetal gray with scattered minor discoloration. Stocks are sound and smooth with light use/handling marks, with a deer head and 21 ''kill notches'' carved at right butt. Action is smooth and crisp; bore is clean with defined rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun

Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun

Lot #1097 (Sale Order 1097 of 596)

Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun, NVSN, 12 ga., 2-3/4'' chamber, 30'' barrel, Full choke, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock, checkered black composition Winchester buttplate, silver bead front sight, with exposed hammer. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Condition is very good with approx. 93%-95% blue finish; frame with tiny specks of pinprick pitting. Factory lettering is clear. Wood with scattered shallow impressions and scratches; left side of wrist with an approx. 1'' hairline crack. Good action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $100-$150. (C&R)
Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1098 (Sale Order 1098 of 596)

Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle, #447414, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24'' blue octagon barrel, case hardened frame and lever, straight grip walnut stock, hard rubber ''Marlin Safety'' buttplate, dovetailed blade front sight, and semi-buckhorn elevator rear sight. Barrel with two-line address; upper tang reads ''Marlin / Model '97''. Condition is very good. Barrel retains a majority of the original toning blue finish; magazine tube with 98% reblued finish. Frame and lever with a combination hazy darkening patina and approx. 25%-30% case colors, mostly around the edges and screw heads. Barrel address, etc. are clear. Wood has been lightly sanded and is relatively smooth, with an added coat of finish. Forend cap with several scratches and is yellow in appearance having had a lacquer type finish applied. Action levers nicely, bore is dark. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1099 (Sale Order 1099 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1372045, .32 Win. Spec. CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with hooded-ramp bead front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address, ''Winchester Proof Steel'' and ''Model 94 32 W.S.'' on left side; blued tubular magazine and retaining band; blued receiver with top ejection, is unmarked but for serial number at lower front; loop operating lever; oil-finished walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with checkered steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1943-48. Condition is excellent. Blued surfaces retain approx. 95% original finish. Stocks are sound and smooth with minor marks. All edges and lettering are sharp. Action is strong and smooth; bore shines with defined rifling. Est.: $500-$800. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #1100 (Sale Order 1100 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #802808, .30 WCF (.30-30 CF) cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with block-blade front and dovetailed sliding-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially For Smokeless Powder'' on left, and ''30 W.C.F.'' on left side; blued tubular magazine; steel receiver with left-side stud and sling ring, is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Trade Mark U.S. Pat. Off. & Fgn.'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with a single barrel band, buttstock with a steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1916. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 75% blue (with perhaps added cold-blue touch-up); receiver is polished bright; lever is dark, barrel band and buttplate are gunmetal gray-brown. Stocks are solid with light marks of age and use, and a later coat of varnish. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with deep rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)
Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun

Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun

Lot #1101 (Sale Order 1101 of 596)

Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Single Shot Shotgun, NVSN, 20 ga., 28'' barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, Full choke, blue finish; pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with hard rubber Winchester buttplate. Marked ''Winchester'' on bottom of frame in red lettering. Metal is good, frame with a mostly brown patina with highlights of toning blue finish; barrel with approx. 40%-50% toning blue, factory lettering is visible. Wood with general shallow scratches and other moderate handling marks; no chips, cracks, or other significant damage. Very good action, mirror bright bore is in exceptionally nice condition. Est.: $80-$160. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1102 (Sale Order 1102 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #168660, .32-40 CF cal., blued 26'' round barrel, with dovetailed long bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top, and ''32-40'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; blued receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Pat. Aug. 21, 1894'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with steel nose cap, buttstock with a steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1899. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube show traces of original blue in protected areas, mixing with a smooth blue-brown tone that may have been added later (slight knackering/pitting in barrel address and rear sight areas); receiver and nose cap are gunmetal gray, buttplate pitted with a later gray-brown tone. Stocks are solid with minor handling marks and a later coat of varnish. Action is smooth; bore is clean with pronounced rifling. The Model 1894 has the distinction of continuous manufacture for over 115 years. Est.: $400-$800. (C&R)
Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1103 (Sale Order 1103 of 596)

Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle, #6490, .22 RF cal., blued 24'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed bead-blade front sight (rear sight dovetail is plugged), marked with maker's name, address and ''Patented'' in two lines on top flat, and ''22 S-L & L-R'' at breech; tubular cartridge magazine; case hardened receiver with side ejection and large knurled right-side takedown knob, is mounted with a folding screw-adjustable Lyman peep tang sight, is marked ''Marlin/Mod. 39'' on top tang, and the ser. no. at lower tang; loop operating lever; varnished walnut forearm with steel nose cap, matching pistol-grip buttstock with checkered hard rubber buttplate having ''Marlin'' within a relief panel. Mfg'd ca. 1922. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 65% smooth original blue (with possibly some added coloration), mag tube 50%, nose cap a smooth brown patina; edges and markings are sharp; receiver, hammer and lever show faintly mottled colors but have mostly darkened and silvered out. Stocks are sound and smooth with only light marks, nice grain and color, and most varnish finish. Action is smooth; bore shines with deep rifling. Est.: $300-$450. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1104 (Sale Order 1104 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #151063, .30 WCF (.30-30 CF) cal., blued 26'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed long bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' on left angled flat, and ''30 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Pat. Aug. 21, 1894'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; varnished walnut stocks, forend with steel nose cap, buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1899. Condition is fine: the barrel retains approx. 85% smooth original blue, mag tube 75%; receiver, lever, nose cap and buttplate show a smooth gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound with the normal marks of age and use, pleasing color, and a later light coat of varnish. Action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. The Model 1894 has the distinction of continuous manufacture for over 115 years. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle Receiver Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle Receiver

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle Receiver

Lot #1105 (Sale Order 1105 of 596)

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle Receiver, missing its barrel and tubular cartridge magazine, #352410B, .44-40 CF cal., receiver marked ''Model 1873'' on upper tang, and serial number on lower. Originally mfg'd ca. 1890. Consists of receiver, brass cartridge lifter, hammer, trigger, loop operating lever, and walnut buttstock with crescent buttplate. Condition is fair. Metal surfaces have no original finish, but an overall dark brown patina with scattered pitting (deeper on buttplate). Buttstock is heavily worn, with 3'' slivers of wood missing from the tops of both wrists, scattered dings, and the initials ''TNM'' carved within a heart-shaped border on left side. Sliding dustcover and lever latch are missing; action is sticky but functions; markings are readable. Est.: $100-$200. (Antique)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1106 (Sale Order 1106 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1254537, .30-30 Win. CF cal., blued 20'' barrel, with ramped bead front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's address over ''Winchester Proof Steel'', ''Winchester/Trade Mark'', and ''Model 94 - 30 W.C.F.'' at left breech; blued tubular magazine and retaining band; blued receiver is marked ''Winchester/Trade Mark/Made in U.S.A.'' on upper tang, and ser. no. at lower front; blued loop operating lever; oil-stained walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with steel grooved buttplate. Mfg'd 1941. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag. tube retain approx. 70% blue with scattered wear/rubbing to the finish; receiver retains 50% thinning blue with scattered discoloration. Stocks are sound and smooth with minor use/handling marks. All edges and markings are crisp; action is strong; bore is clean with deep rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)
Remington Model 12A Slide Action Rifle Remington Model 12A Slide Action Rifle

Remington Model 12A Slide Action Rifle

Lot #1107 (Sale Order 1107 of 596)

Remington Model 12A Slide Action Rifle, #445318, .22 S-L-LR cal., 22'' round barrel, blue finish, straight grip walnut stock and grooved forend, hard rubber Remington UMC buttplate, dovetailed blade front sight and notched rear sight with elevation adjustment screw. Barrel is marked ''REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. REMINGTON WORKS, ILION, N.Y., U.S.A.'' with patent dates, ''Remington Trade Mark'', and the caliber; with ''Remington UMC'' on the lower tang. Condition is fair. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 40% toning blue finish, the balance is brown patina; receiver with a mostly brown patina and silver bare metal highlights; both with scattered specks of reddish brown oxidation, some that has turned to very fine pinprick pitting. Barrel address and other factory lettering is clear. Buttplate is chipped. Wood shows age and wear consistent with the rest of the rifle, including an added coat of finish to the buttstock over general dings and mars, top edge of the wrist with a 1/4''x1/4'' chip missing. Good action, dark bore with a few spots of surface erosion. Est.: $100-$200. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #1108 (Sale Order 1108 of 596)

Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle, #104702, .22 Short cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, blue finish, walnut stock with 12-groove small forend, and standard sights. Mfg'd 1901. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% moderately toned blue/brown finish. Light spray pitting to left side barrel flat, as well as top edge. Witness marks to left side near chamber area. Stocks remain mostly good, with an additional coat of varnish that has thinned. Good action, fair bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun

Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Shotgun

Lot #1109 (Sale Order 1109 of 596)

Winchester Model 37 ''Red Letter'' Single Shot Shotgun, NVSN, 16 ga., 30'' barrel with silver bead front sight, 2-3/4'' chamber, Full choke, blue finish; pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with semi-gloss finish, and black composition Winchester buttplate. Marked ''Winchester'' on bottom of frame in red lettering. Metal is good with a mostly brown patina with highlights of toning blue finish, and some very fine pitting on parts of the barrel and frame; factory lettering is visible. Wood is fair with crazing to the added varnish, most of the added finish remains; wrist with several hairline cracks and a considerable chip to bottom at lower tang but remains solid. Very good action, bore is bright and clean with a few very small eroded spots near the chamber. Est.: $80-$160. (C&R)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1110 (Sale Order 1110 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1602714, .30-30 Win. CF cal., blued 20'' barrel, with hooded-ramp bead front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's address over ''Winchester Proof Steel'', ''Winchester/Trade Mark'', and ''Model 94 - 30 W.C.F.'' at left breech; blued tubular magazine and retaining band; blued receiver is marked with serial number at lower front; blued loop operating lever; oil-stained walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with red rubber buttpad. Mfg'd 1949. Condition is very good. Blued surfaces retain approx. 90% finish with scattered spotting/missing blue, particularly on receiver. Stocks are sound and smooth with minor use/handling marks; buttpad is a later addition. All edges and markings are crisp; action is strong; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. Est.: $400-$650. (C&R)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1111 (Sale Order 1111 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #2411577, .30-30 Win. CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with hooded-ramp bead front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked ''Winchester/Trade Mark/Made in U.S.A.'', and ''Model 94 - 30-30 Win./Winchester Proof Steel'' at left breech; blued tubular magazine and retaining band; blued receiver is marked with serial number at lower front; blued loop operating lever; varnished walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with checkered steel buttplate. Mfg'd 1960. Condition is very fine to excellent. Blued surfaces retain approx. 95% original finish with occasional light scratching. Stocks are sound and smooth with use/handling marks (forend needs re-fitting to receiver); buttplate checkering is sharp. All edges and markings are crisp; action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)
Lot of 2 Winchester Boy's/Varmint Rifles Lot of 2 Winchester Boy's/Varmint Rifles

Lot of 2 Winchester Boy's/Varmint Rifles

Lot #1112 (Sale Order 1112 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Winchester Single-Shot Boy's or Varmint Rifles: (1) Model 1900, NVSN, .22 RF cal., 18'' tapered round barrel, with dovetailed post front and notched rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1899 patent date, and ''Model 1900 /22 Short & Long'' on top; action has auto extraction and a knurled bolt knob; oil-stained gumwood ''fish-belly'' halfstock has a large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and no buttplate. Condition is good. Metal is overall gunmetal gray (the barrel with a likely later bluish tone), and good markings. Stock is sound with general use marks, repaired cracks at front, and an added oil finish. Action functions; bore is etched overall but fairly clean with good rifling. (2) Model 58, NVSN, .22 RF cal., 18'' heavy round barrel with post front and notched rear sights, is marked with the maker's name, address and 1898 patent date, ''Model 58 - 22 Short/Long and Long Rifle,'' and ''Winchester/Trade Mark'' on left side; action has auto extraction and a knurled bolt knob; oil-stained gumwood halfstock has a loop triggerguard, a large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and a checkered hard rubber buttplate with ''Winchester/Trade Mark'' in a circular sunburst-like cartouche. Condition is good. Metal is overall gunmetal gray with scattered discoloration, dings at left side of receiver, and clear markings. Stock is sound with light use marks, a small chip and repaired cracks at front sides; buttplate checkering and logo are quite worn. Action functions; bore is bright with distinct rifling. Est.: $200-$300/Lot. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1113 (Sale Order 1113 of 596)

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, #536224, .25-20 WCF cal., blued 24'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed blade front and adjustable buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date on top flat, and ''25-20 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued magazine tube; receiver is marked ''Model 1892/Winchester/Trade Mark Reg. in U.S. Pat. Off.'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with steel nose cap, buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1910. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 25% thinning original blue, with knackering to tube and front band; receiver, nose cap and buttplate are gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid, with light age and use marks and perhaps an added coat of linseed oil. Action is smooth; bore is clean with defined rifling. This '92 is noteworthy for its octagonal barrel. Est.: $650-$950. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #1114 (Sale Order 1114 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #201259, .30 WCF (.30-30 CF) cal., blued 26'' octagonal barrel, with dovetailed long bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top flat, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' on left angled flat, and ''30 W.C.F.'' at breech; blued tubular magazine; receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Pat. Aug. 21, 1894'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; case hardened loop operating lever and hammer; oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with a steel nose cap, buttstock with a steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1900. Condition is fine. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 75% thinning original blue; receiver, lever, nose cap and buttplate are a clean gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid and smooth with minor age/use marks. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)
Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #1115 (Sale Order 1115 of 596)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #346249, .25-35 WCF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, with raised bead-blade front and dovetailed buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, and ''Model 94 - Winchester/Trade Mark - Nickel Steel - 25-35 W.C.F.'' at left; blued tubular magazine; blued receiver with left-side sling stud and ring, marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Trade Mark'' on upper tang, and serial number at lower front; loop operating lever; oil-stained walnut forearm with blued barrel band, matching buttstock with checkered steel buttplate. Mfg'd 1906. Condition is very good. Blued surfaces show approx. 60% original finish blending with brown patina. Stocks are sound with minor use marks (forend with a later coat of varnish; buttstock may be from another gun, as it has filler where a buttplate top tang once was and 1'' chips at both sides where it joins the receiver). Action is smooth; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #1116 (Sale Order 1116 of 596)

Winchester Model 06 Slide-Action Rifle, #529809, .22 S-L-LR cal., 20'' round barrel, blue finish, gumwood stock with 12-groove small forend, and standard sights. Mfg'd 1918. Condition is fine as refinished, retaining approx. 94% of a well-accomplished inky black/blue. Stock with minor scuffs and an additional coat of linseed oil. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1117 (Sale Order 1117 of 596)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #2520866, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''Proof Steel'' barrel, blue finish,straight grip walnut stock and forend, checkered steel shotgun butt. Sights include a hooded red beaded blade front sight and sporting rear sight with elevator. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1962. Condition overall is very good with approx. 95% original blue finish remaining; right side of magazine tube with a small spot of very fine pitting that has resulted in finish loss. Receiver with some light scratching and small handling marks; barrel address, etc. is clear and defined. Wood is solid, no chips or cracks, with general shallow dents and scratches; more pronounced on the right rear portion of the buttstock. Smooth crisp action; bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)
Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1118 (Sale Order 1118 of 596)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #2011981, .30-30 cal., 20'' round ''Proof Steel'' barrel, blue finish; straight grip walnut stock, checkered steel shotgun butt. Sights include a hooded silver beaded blade front sight and sporting rear sight with elevator. Top of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed. Mfg'd 1954. Condition overall is very good. Approx. 93%-95% factory blue finish remains, with scattered small marks from handling and use; right side of receiver with light scratching. Barrel address is crisp, Winchester proofmarks and other factory lettering is clear. Wood is sound, no chips or cracks, with surface scuffs and scratches; a majority of the finish remains. Left side of buttstock with a few tiny pinhole-sized dents; right side with general shallow scratches and wear. Smooth crisp lever; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)
Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #1119 (Sale Order 1119 of 596)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #3141199, .30-30 cal., 20'' round barrel, dark blue finish, straight grip hardwood stock and forend, checkered steel buttplate, hooded brass beaded front sight and sporting rear sight with elevator. Mfg'd 1968. Condition is very good retaining approx. 97% original finish; frame with light scratching and the lever with some spotted surface rust. Wood with general mostly shallow surface dents and scratches. Barrel address and other factory lettering is clear. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R)
Lot of 2 Winchester Boy's/Varmint Rifles Lot of 2 Winchester Boy's/Varmint Rifles

Lot of 2 Winchester Boy's/Varmint Rifles

Lot #1120 (Sale Order 1120 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) Winchester Single-Shot Boy's or Varmint Rifles: (1) Model 04-A, NVSN, .22 RF cal., blued 21'' heavy round barrel, with dovetailed blade front and adjustable notched rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1898 patent date, ''Model 04-A'', ''22 Short, Long/and Long Rifle'', and ''Winchester/Trade Mark'' on left side; action has auto extraction and a knurled bolt knob; oil-stained gumwood halfstock with Schnabel-style tip has a scrolled triggerguard with finger-rest, a large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and a checkered hard rubber buttplate with ''Winchester/Repeating Arms/Trade Mark'' in an oval. Condition is fine. Barrel, action and bolt retain approx. 90% original blue; triggerguard is gunmetal gray with scattered discoloration; markings are clear. Stock shows only light use marks; buttplate checkering is worn but logo is clear. Action functions; bore is bright with sharp rifling. (2) Model 58, NVSN, .22 RF cal., 18'' round barrel, with blade front and notched rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1898 patent date, ''Model 58 - 22 Short/Long and Long Rifle'', and ''Winchester/Trade Mark'' on left side; action has auto extraction and a knurled bolt knob; oil-stained gumwood halfstock has a loop triggerguard, a large knurled screw retaining action in the stock, and no buttplate. Condition is very good. Metal is overall gray (with likely some added blue finish) and scattered minor discoloration; clear markings. Stock is sound and smooth with lovely color. Action functions; bore is shiny with distinct rifling. Est.: $400-$600/Lot. (C&R)
Lot of Two (2) .22 Caliber Winchester Rifles Lot of Two (2) .22 Caliber Winchester Rifles

Lot of Two (2) .22 Caliber Winchester Rifles

Lot #1121 (Sale Order 1121 of 596)

Lot of Two (2) .22 Caliber Winchester Rifles: 1.) Model 55 Single Shot Rifle, NVSN, .22 S-L-LR cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock, checkered black composition Winchester buttplate, dovetailed silver beaded front sight, notched elevator rear sight. With standard markings including Winchester proof on the top of the barrel and receiver. Metal condition is very good retaining approx. 97% original finish; receiver with specks of very fine oxidation; factory lettering is clear. Wood is good with general shallow scratches and small handling marks; left side below the chamber with an approx. 3'' hairline crack but remains solid. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. 2.) Model 74 Semi-Auto Rifle, #126736, .22 Short cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock, checkered steel buttplate, dovetailed brass beaded front sight and replacement sporting rear sight, standard markings including Winchester proof on top of barrel and receiver. Condition is good. Barrel retains approx. 95% original finish, receiver approx. 50%, both with specks of pinprick oxidation and the receiver with intermittent spots of fine pitting. Barrel address and other factory lettering is clear. Wood with general shallow scratches and dings, approx. 70% finish remains. Smooth action, excellent bore. Est.: $200-$300/lot. (Both/C&R)
Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle

Lot #1122 (Sale Order 1122 of 596)

Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Rifle, #363368, .22 WRF cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, blue finish, walnut stock with small 12-groove forend, Rocky Mountain front and buckhorn rear sight. Mfg'd 1908. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning blue. Witness marks to barrel near chamber area. Stock and forend with light general impressions overall. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)
Remington Model 51 Semi-Automatic Pistol Remington Model 51 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Remington Model 51 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1123 (Sale Order 1123 of 596)

Remington Model 51 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #PA16518, .380 cal., 3.5'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with one correct .380 marked magazine. Condition is excellent as later nickel finished. Approx. 99% of this re-nickel remains over lightly buffed metal surfaces. Grips with light flattening and two small scratches to left grip panel. Good action, excellent bore. Est.: $300-500. (C&R/PPT)
Colt Target Police Positive Double Action Revolver Colt Target Police Positive Double Action Revolver

Colt Target Police Positive Double Action Revolver

Lot #1124 (Sale Order 1124 of 596)

Colt Target Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #39452, .22 S-L-LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, windage adjustable rear and elevation adjustable front sight. Mfg'd 1932. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% thinning and toning factory blue, with some lightly distorted screw slots. Grips with moderate to heavy wear. Nice crisp action with good lockup; bore is excellent. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)
Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver

Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver

Lot #1125 (Sale Order 1125 of 596)

Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver, #403059, .32-20 cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, Pachmayr rubber grips, machine-turned hammer and trigger. Mfg'd 1954. Condition is near excellent as modified, retaining approx. 90% of a later accomplished immersion blue. Grips are excellent. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver

Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver

Lot #1126 (Sale Order 1126 of 596)

Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver, #450691, .38 Spec. cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, faux stag grips. Mfg'd 1920. Condition is fine as refinished. Grips are good; lanyard loop has been removed. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $250-$400. (C&R/PPT)
Spanish Eibar EA ''Fast'' Semi-Automatic Pistol Spanish Eibar EA ''Fast'' Semi-Automatic Pistol

Spanish Eibar EA ''Fast'' Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1127 (Sale Order 1127 of 596)

Spanish Eibar EA ''Fast'' Semi-Automatic Pistol, #78971, .22 LR cal., 3-1/8'' barrel, blued steel slide, black alloy frame, smooth wood grips, standard fixed sights, and two (2) magazines. Condition is good. Slide retains approx. 80%-85% lightly thinning and toning blue; 95% finish on frame. Factory lettering is clear. Overall this pistol has scattered moderate scratches and small handling marks to the wood and metal. Magazine bodies with areas of pitting; a little less frequent but a little deeper on one of the magazines. Good action and bore. Est.: $100-$200. (C&R/PPT)
Savage Model 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol Savage Model 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Savage Model 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1128 (Sale Order 1128 of 596)

Savage Model 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #186069, .32 ACP cal., 3.75'' barrel, matte blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips with Savage logo, and one aftermarket magazine. (Magazine should be replaced with an original.) Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% matte blue finish. Grips are crisp, action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $300-$500 (C&R/PPT)
1st Yr. Ruger Standard ''Red Eagle'' Semi-Auto Pistol 1st Yr. Ruger Standard ''Red Eagle'' Semi-Auto Pistol

1st Yr. Ruger Standard ''Red Eagle'' Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1129 (Sale Order 1129 of 596)

1st Year Ruger Standard ''Red Eagle'' Semi-Automatic Pistol, #0413, .22 LR cal., 4.75'' tapered barrel, blue finish, checkered black plastic grips with Ruger ''red eagle'' medallion, Patridge type front sight, square-notched rear sight, and one magazine with silver colored base. Mfg'd 1949. Condition overall is very good retaining approx. 70% original blue finish. Backstrap has worn mostly bright with a little frosted reddish brown oxidation; left side of barrel with a few small specks of oxidation, both should clean. Factory lettering is clear. Grips are very nice for their age with a few mild flat spots and handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore rates excellent. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)
Armi Galesi Model 9 Semi-Automatic Pistol Armi Galesi Model 9 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Armi Galesi Model 9 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1130 (Sale Order 1130 of 596)

Armi Galesi Model 9 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #107693, .22 LR cal., 2-7/8'' barrel, blue finish, smooth white plastic grips with silver ''AG'' medallions, standard integral sights, and one blued steel magazine. Barrel, frame, and slide with various Italian proofmarks; frame is dated ''1957''. Right side of slide is marked ''Made In Italy''; left ''Armi Galesi Brescia Brevetto Cal. 22 L.R.'' Condition overall is very good with approx. 97%-98% remaining factory finish. Slide with intermittent shallow scratches, factory lettering is clear. Bottom inside edge of left grip with a small chip, and otherwise both show only very minor handling marks. Action is smooth and functions properly; bore is bright and in excellent condition. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R/PPT)
H&R Model 999 Sportsman Double Action Revolver H&R Model 999 Sportsman Double Action Revolver

H&R Model 999 Sportsman Double Action Revolver

Lot #1131 (Sale Order 1131 of 596)

Harrington & Richardson Model 999 Sportsman Double Action Revolver, #60306, .22 LR cal., 9-shot cylinder, 6'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece checkered walnut grips, adjustable blade front sight, adjustable rear sight, finger rest triggerguard, with case hardened hammer. Cylinder is marked with a single patent date; right side of barrel with two-line address; left side ''H&R ''SPORTSMAN''/DOUBLE ACTION''. Mfg'd mid- to late 1930's. Approx. 96%-97% original finish remains and metal surfaces are in very good overall condition; wear at the muzzle accounts for a majority of the finish loss with general slight scratching, most noticeable on the barrel. Factory lettering is clear. Screw heads are straight. Grips are nice for their age with only a few minor handling marks and one small flat spot to the checkering on the right grip; overall in fine condition. Hammer retains nearly all of the vivid case colors. Crisp action; excellent bright, clean bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)
Rossi Double Action Revolver Rossi Double Action Revolver

Rossi Double Action Revolver

Lot #1132 (Sale Order 1132 of 596)

Rossi Double Action Revolver, #E030170, .38 Spec. cal., 6-shot, 3'' vent rib barrel, blue finish, factory checkered wood grips with Rossi medallions, red ramp front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for both windage and elevation. Condition overall is excellent, with approx. 98%+ original blue finish, cylinder with only a very light thin index line. Smooth portion of grips with scattered shallow impressions, most noticeable around the Rossi medallions. Factory lettering with crisp raised edges. Excellent action and bright bore. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
Taurus Model 85CH Double Action Revolver Taurus Model 85CH Double Action Revolver

Taurus Model 85CH Double Action Revolver

Lot #1133 (Sale Order 1133 of 596)

Taurus Model 85CH Double Action Revolver, #KB70402, .38 Special, 2'' barrel, dark blue finish, smooth two-piece wood grips with gold Taurus medallions, standard fixed sights, spurless hammer. Revolver is in near excellent overall condition retaining approx. 98% original finish. Top of frame with a few light scratches and spots of edgewear, right sideplate with a small impression. Factory lettering is clear and defined, cylinder with only a light index line. Grips with a few very minor handling marks. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $200-$300. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 5904 Semi-Automatic Pistol S&W Model 5904 Semi-Automatic Pistol

S&W Model 5904 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1134 (Sale Order 1134 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 5904 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TDA4076, double/single action, 9mm, 4'' barrel, slide has what looks like an electroless nickel finish, black alloy frame, factory checkered black plastic grips, 3-dot night sights which includes a fully adjustable square notched rear sight, ambidextrous safety/decocking lever, and one 14-round S&W magazine. Right side of frame is marked ''86282'' in white lettering. Slide is excellent showing only a few very minor handling marks. Frame is very good retaining approx. 95% original finish; right side of the frame and triggerguard with some edgewear. Grips are also very good with moderate impressions, mainly on the bottom half and butt. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)(High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
S&W Model 639 Semi-Auto Pistol S&W Model 639 Semi-Auto Pistol

S&W Model 639 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1135 (Sale Order 1135 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 639 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #A782732, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4'' barrel, satin stainless finish, factory checkered walnut grips with silver S&W medallions, ramped blade front sight and fully adjustable square-notched rear sight, with checkered backstrap. Included is one unmarked stainless magazine. (This magazine requires more than normal pressure to get it to lock into place and may not be correct for this pistol.) Condition is very good with intermittent light surface scuffs and scratches to the metal. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips with mostly moderate impressions and scratches; right grip checkering with some flattening, left grip checks show little wear. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)
Glock Model 21 Gen 2 Semi-Auto Pistol Glock Model 21 Gen 2 Semi-Auto Pistol

Glock Model 21 Gen 2 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1136 (Sale Order 1136 of 596)

Glock Model 21 Gen 2 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #XL388US, .45 ACP cal., 4-5/8'' barrel, matte black slide, black polymer frame, 3-dot night sights which includes a Tru-Dot rear sight, with one ''Pre-Ban'' 13-round Glock magazine. Matte slide rates as very good+ and retains 98% of the original finish, with scattered light scuffs and small handling marks. Frame is excellent. Night sights no longer glow. Excellent smooth action and bright shiny bore; rifling is defined. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)(High-cap mag not available to Calif. residents.)
Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver

Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver

Lot #1138 (Sale Order 1138 of 596)

Colt Detective Special Third Issue Double Action Revolver, #H30177, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, wraparound checkered wood grips, with standard fixed sights. Mfg'd in 1975. Metal surfaces are near excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue finish, cylinder latch is plum colored, with intermittent small handling marks, cylinder with only a very faint index line and does not appear to have been turned often. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips rate as very good with mostly clean and sharp checkering; bottom of left grip with several shallow impressions and most of the finish has worn off. Hammer with very mild faint specks of dark spotting. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)
Colt Civil War Centennial Single Shot Revolver Colt Civil War Centennial Single Shot Revolver

Colt Civil War Centennial Single Shot Revolver

Lot #1139 (Sale Order 1139 of 596)

Colt Civil War Centennial Single Shot Revolver, #16696W, .22 Short cal., 6'' barrel, black finish, gold-colored frame, with smooth two-piece wood grips. In original display case with paperwork. Overall condition is excellent, appearing near new, with approx. 99%+ black finish. Gold-colored frame and grips with a few slight handling marks. Case shows age and storage wear consistent with the overall condition of the pistol. Bore is bright and this pistol may be unfired. Case with moderate scuffs and edge wear from storage. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R/PPT)
Glock Model 22 Gen 2 Semi-Automatic Pistol Glock Model 22 Gen 2 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Glock Model 22 Gen 2 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1140 (Sale Order 1140 of 596)

Glock Model 22 Gen 2 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #NM351US, .40 S&W cal., 4.5'' barrel, matte black finish, black polymer frame, white-dot front sight and white outline square-notched rear sight, with one factory 15-round Glock magazine. Slide rates as very good+ with moderate surface scuffs to the matte finish. Frame is near excellent with a few small handling marks. Action is tight, bright bore with well-defined rifling. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mag not available to Calif. residents.)
Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup Nat'l Match Pistol Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup Nat'l Match Pistol

Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup Nat'l Match Pistol

Lot #1141 (Sale Order 1141 of 596)

Colt MK IV Series 80 Gold Cup National Match Semi-Automatic Pistol, #SN14229, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, satin stainless finish, checkered wood grips with silver Colt medallions, blade front sight and fully adjustable Elliason rear sight, skeletonized trigger, with one factory stainless Colt magazine. Pistol with standard markings including ''Gold Cup/National Match'' on right side of slide. Condition overall is very good with general moderate scuffs and scratches to the metal. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips with some mild flattening to the checks. Smooth action, very good bore that shows normal signs of light range use. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)
Baikal Model IZH-35M Semi-Auto Target Pistol Baikal Model IZH-35M Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Baikal Model IZH-35M Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Lot #1142 (Sale Order 1142 of 596)

Baikal Model IZH-35M Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #990804B, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, matte blue finish, right-handed ergonomic adjustable walnut target grip with grip safety, adjustable front and fully adjustable rear sight, cocking indicator, adjustable trigger, factory drilled and tapped for scope mount, with one magazine. Made in Russia, imported by EAA Corp. and so marked on left side of frame. Pistol is in very good overall condition retaining approx. 96% original blue finish. Metal with light surface scuffs, small handling marks, and spots of slight edgewear. Grips rate fine with some small impressions along the upper edges. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver S&W Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver

S&W Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver

Lot #1143 (Sale Order 1143 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 686-3 Double Action Revolver, #BPN3408, .357 mag. cal., 4'' barrel, satin stainless finish, stippled and finger-grooved black rubber Hogue grips, red ramp front sight and white outline square-notched fully adjustable rear sight. Condition overall is very good. Metal with several surface scuffs as well as some small scratches, more frequent and noticeable on the barrel. Grips show moderate handling marks. Crisp action, excellent bore with just a little powder fouling in the grooves. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 5906 Semi-Auto Pistol S&W Model 5906 Semi-Auto Pistol

S&W Model 5906 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1145 (Sale Order 1145 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 5906 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #THD8811, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4'' ported barrel and slide, satin stainless finish, factory checkered black plastic grips, white 3-dot sights including a fully adjustable rear sight, ambidextrous safety/decocking lever, with one 15-round S&W magazine. Condition is excellent with only a few slight handling marks to the matte surfaces. Grips appear as new. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT) (High cap mag not available to Calif. residents.)
Sig Sauer Model P226 Semi-Auto Pistol Sig Sauer Model P226 Semi-Auto Pistol

Sig Sauer Model P226 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1146 (Sale Order 1146 of 596)

Sig Sauer Model P226 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #U433275, double/single action, 9mm, 4.4'' barrel, matte black slide, black alloy frame, checkered black plastic grips, white dot front sight and square-notched rear sight with white post, and one 15-round Sig Sauer magazine. Condition is excellent, retaining approx. 97% original finish. Lower left edge of the slide with a few tiny impressions. Grips appear near new with only a few insignificant marks from handling. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Springfield 1911-A1 V-16 Long Slide Semi-Auto Pistol Springfield 1911-A1 V-16 Long Slide Semi-Auto Pistol

Springfield 1911-A1 V-16 Long Slide Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1147 (Sale Order 1147 of 596)

Springfield Armory 1911-A1 V-16 Long Slide Semi-Automatic Pistol, #N411754, .45 ACP cal., 6'' ported barrel, satin stainless steel, ported slide with front and rear slide serrations, checkered wood grips, skeletonized hammer and trigger, blade front sight, fully adjustable rear sight, with one unmarked blued steel magazine. Bottom of frame is marked ''FI Brazil''. Metal rates as good overall with considerable surface scuffs and scratches, slide serrations with areas of surface rust in the grooves. Grips are excellent with only a few minor handling marks. Smooth action, near excellent bore with a little powder fouling in the grooves. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern/PPT)
Yugoslavian Zastava Model CZ-99 Semi-Auto Pistol Yugoslavian Zastava Model CZ-99 Semi-Auto Pistol

Yugoslavian Zastava Model CZ-99 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1148 (Sale Order 1148 of 596)

Yugoslavian Zastava Model CZ-99 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #000547, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4-1/8'' barrel, dark blue slide, black alloy frame, checkered two-piece wood grips, 3-dot night sights, with one factory 15-round magazine. Right side of slide is marked ''T.D. ARMS/NEW BALTIMORE, M.I.'' Condition is very good retaining approx. 96% original finish. Frame and slide with scattered light handling marks and spots of edgewear. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips with some moderate impressions; predominantly on the left grip, which also has a small chip to the lower front corner. Night sights look like they were painted over with some flaking to the added paint finish. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Like New AMT Back-Up Semi-Automatic Pistol Like New AMT Back-Up Semi-Automatic Pistol

Like New AMT Back-Up Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1149 (Sale Order 1149 of 596)

Like New AMT Back-Up Semi-Automatic Pistol, #G17915, .380 ACP cal., 2-5/8'' barrel, double/single action, matte stainless steel, checkered black plastic grips, with one finger-extension magazine. In original box with matching end label, owner's manual, warranty card, hang tag, and original price tag. Overall this pistol is in like new condition. Rear portion of slide with a few minor handling marks, appearing to have been handled and fired very little. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern/PPT)
Beretta Model 76W Semi-Auto Target Pistol Beretta Model 76W Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Beretta Model 76W Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Lot #1150 (Sale Order 1150 of 596)

Beretta Model 76W Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #A97339U, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, frame with blue finish, and upper assembly with textured black finish. Pistol also features checkered walnut thumbrest grips, blade front sight and fully adjustable square notched rear sight, one factory finger extension magazine. Condition is very good retaining approx. 96% original finish. Frame and slide with scattered small scratches and a few surface nicks and impressions. Factory lettering is clear. Grips are serviceable but have several surface dings and mars, mainly to the left grip. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)
Sig Sauer P220 Semi-Automatic Pistol Sig Sauer P220 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Sig Sauer P220 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1151 (Sale Order 1151 of 596)

Sig Sauer P220 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #G127381, double/single action, 9mm cal., 4.25'' barrel, black aluminum frame, matte black slide, checkered black plastic grips, white-dot front sight and notched rear sight with white post, no magazine. Left side of the slide is marked ''ASSEMBLED BY RPS''. Mfg'd in 1983. Overall condition is very good retaining approx. 93%-95% original finish. Frame and slide with small scratches and handling marks, heaviest on the right side. Grips with a few small flat spots to the checks, majority is sharp and clean. Factory lettering is clear. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 4506-1 Semi-Auto Pistol S&W Model 4506-1 Semi-Auto Pistol

S&W Model 4506-1 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1152 (Sale Order 1152 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 4506-1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TFP4571, double/single action, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, matte stainless steel, checkered black plastic S&W grips with slip-on black rubber Pachmayr finger-grooved grip cover, white-dot front sight and square-notched white two-dot rear sight, ambidextrous safety/decocking lever, with one 8-round S&W magazine. Condition is very good. Frame and slide with general light surface scuffs and scratches; factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips with small dings and mars, no chips or cracks, checkering is dirty and needs cleaning. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent defined rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)
S&W Model 745 Semi-Auto Pistol S&W Model 745 Semi-Auto Pistol

S&W Model 745 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1153 (Sale Order 1153 of 596)

Smith & Wesson Model 745 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TBN3485, single action, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue slide, stainless frame, checkered walnut grips, ramped blade front sight and square notched rear sight, large magazine release, checkered front and backstrap, and one 8-round S&W magazine. Condition is very good overall. Metal with scattered scuffs and handling marks, slide with a few light scratches; approx. 97% original blue finish remains. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips with a handful of moderate impressions, checkering is excellent. The dovetailed cutout around the rear sight with a few tiny rust spots. Smooth action, bright bore rates near excellent showing normal light wear. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)
Taurus Model PT-92CS Semi-Automatic Pistol Taurus Model PT-92CS Semi-Automatic Pistol

Taurus Model PT-92CS Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #1154 (Sale Order 1154 of 596)

Taurus Model PT-92CS Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TKL26681CSD, 9mm cal., double/single action, 4.25'' barrel, satin stainless finish, smooth hardwood grips with gold Taurus medallions, integral red-dot front sight and white two-dot square notched rear sight, ambidextrous safety/de-cocking lever, with one stainless 12-round Taurus magazine. Metal rates as near excellent with a little scattered micro-scratching and small handling marks. Grips are excellent, left grip with one tiny impression. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern/PPT) (High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Colt Gov't Model MK IV Ser. 70 Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Gov't Model MK IV Ser. 70 Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Gov't Model MK IV Ser. 70 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #1155 (Sale Order 1155 of 596)

Colt Government Model MK IV Series 70 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #70S45119, .38 Super cal., 5'' MK IV Series 70 marked barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grips with gold Colt medallions, standard sights, and one factory Colt .38 Super magazine. Pistol with standard markings. Mfg'd in 1981. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 97% original finish. Slide and frame with scattered small surface scuffs and scratches, with the highest concentration being along the top of the slide. Factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips with a few moderate impressions, checkering is otherwise sharp with clean gold Colt medallions. Smooth action, bright bore rates excellent. A fine shooter grade pistol in the desirable .38 Super caliber. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)
High Standard Supermatic Trophy Target Pistol High Standard Supermatic Trophy Target Pistol

High Standard Supermatic Trophy Target Pistol

Lot #1156 (Sale Order 1156 of 596)

High Standard Supermatic Trophy Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #SH32420V, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, blade front sight, fully adjustable rear sight, stippled front and back grip strap; gold colored trigger, magazine release, and safety, with one blued steel 10-round magazine. Metal surfaces rate as very good overall retaining approx. 93% original blue finish. Barrel with general small nicks and scratches with specks of very fine pitting and oxidation; factory lettering is clear and defined. Stippling on the grip frame is lightly rusted. Grips are also very good with a small handful of moderate flat spots to the checks, balance is clean and sharp. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. A thorough cleaning would improve the overall condition and appearance. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)
Belgian Browning Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle Belgian Browning Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle

Belgian Browning Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #1157 (Sale Order 1157 of 596)

Belgian Browning Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle, #7T72032, .22 LR cal., 19.25'' barrel, blue finish, receiver with standard Grade I engraving, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend with gloss finish, grooved steel buttplate, brass beaded blade front sight, and U-notched rear sight. Left side of barrel is marked ''22 LONG RIFLE''; top ''BROWNING ARMS COMPANY ST. LOUIS MO. & MONTREAL P.Q./MADE IN BELGIUM; right side ''BROWNING PATENTS''. Mfg'd 1967. Approx. 98+% original blue finish remains and metal surfaces rate as excellent overall. Engraving and factory lettering is clean and clear. Left side of rear sight with small impressions that have rusted. Wood is very good+ with scattered shallow surface dents and scratches, predominantly on the bottom edge of buttstock, as well as handling marks on the forend. With the exception of one small flat spot on the bottom of the forend, checkering is clean and unmarred. Action is smooth and functions properly. Bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$800. (C&R)
Remington Model 552 Speedmaster Rifle Remington Model 552 Speedmaster Rifle

Remington Model 552 Speedmaster Rifle

Lot #1158 (Sale Order 1158 of 596)

Remington Model 552 Speedmaster Semi-Automatic Rifle, with Bushnell Scope, NVSN, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23.5'' barrel, blue finish, black alloy frame, pistol-grip walnut stock and forend with black plastic Remington buttplate. Silver beaded blade front sight, notched elevator rear sight has been turned backwards to accommodate the scope. Factory grooved receiver with a Bushnell Banner 4x32 scope; scope with fine crosshair reticle and gloss black finish. Barrel date code is ''BK'', mfg'd 1963. Condition is excellent overall, metal appears near new and retains approx. 99% original blue finish. Wood is also excellent, forend with a few minor marks from handling; buttstock shows a little wear at the toe. Smooth action, mirror bright bore. Scope with a few slight marks to the exterior; optics are clear. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Stevens Model 322-A Bolt Action Rifle Stevens Model 322-A Bolt Action Rifle

Stevens Model 322-A Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1159 (Sale Order 1159 of 596)

Stevens Model 322-A Bolt Action Rifle, NVSN, .22 Hornet cal., 21'' barrel, blue finish. One-piece pistol-grip walnut stock with grooved black plastic buttplate, hooded brass bead blade front sight, rear sight has been removed. Left rear of receiver is drilled and tapped for a sight, missing plug screws. Included is one original magazine. Topped with a Bushnell Sportview 3-9x32 scope on Weaver 1'' side mount and rings; scope with duplex reticle, 1'' tube, and gloss black finish. Condition overall is very good. Approx. 97% blue finish remains with specks of general light oxidation, predominantly on the barrel; triggerguard has been reblued over light pitting. Bolt handle with spots of moderate oxidation. Stock is sound with a small amount of shallow handling marks. Excellent action and bore. Windage bell with a few spots of finish loss to the underside, scope is otherwise excellent with clear optics. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R)
Savage Model 23AA Bolt Action Rifle Savage Model 23AA Bolt Action Rifle

Savage Model 23AA Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #1160 (Sale Order 1160 of 596)

Savage Model 23AA Bolt Action Rifle, #143149, .22 LR cal., 23.25'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock, grooved steel ''SVG'' marked buttplate, sling swivels. Sights include a dovetailed blade front sight with silver bead and notched rear sight with elevator, with two dovetail scope blocks. Included is one factory magazine. Condition is very good with approx. 95% toning blue finish; metal with scattered tiny spots of surface freckling. Stock with normal small handling marks, as well as a few larger impressions to right side near triggerguard; bottom edge of buttstock with two small holes from previous sling swivels. Good action with a bright bore. Est.: $150-$250. (C&R)
Walther KKM Single Shot Match Rifle Walther KKM Single Shot Match Rifle

Walther KKM Single Shot Match Rifle

Lot #1161 (Sale Order 1161 of 596)

Walther KKM Single Shot Bolt Action Match Rifle, #018279, .22 LR cal., 25.5'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece walnut target stock with Monte Carlo cheekpiece, checkered forend, checkered and stippled pistol grip, forend with a 5'' long recessed accessory rail, and black plastic buttplate; buttplate with a dovetailed channel which is most likely for an adjustable pad. Barrel with a globe front sight; rear portion of barrel is factory grooved; receiver with gloss black rings. Adjustable trigger with a bolt mounted safety. Top of receiver with ''Walther Banner'' logo and ''Carl Walther. Ulm/Do. Sportwaffenfabrik''; barrel and receiver with ''(eagle)N'' proofmarks. Metal is near excellent with approx. 98% original blue finish; bottom of barrel near the muzzle with a few small spots of finish loss. Stock remains fine and retains nearly all of its semi-gloss varnish with scattered shallow impressions and handling marks typical of moderate range use; checkering with a few flat spots, mainly at the forend. Action is smooth and functions properly; bright bore rates excellent. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)
Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #1162 (Sale Order 1162 of 596)

Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle, with six (6) magazines, #181-15574, .223 cal., 18.5'' barrel, dark blue finish, black Hogue OverMolded stock, black vented steel upper handguard, sling swivels, blade front sight with an adjustable rear sight. Included is one 5-round Ruger magazine, one 20-round Ruger magazine, two (2) unmarked 20-round magazines, and two (2) unmarked 30-round magazines. Rifle is in excellent overall condition retaining approx. 98+% original finish, with only intermittent mild handling marks and signs of range use. Stock with a few light surface scuffs to the rubber exterior. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern) (High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)
Remington Model 597 Magnum Semi-Auto Rifle Remington Model 597 Magnum Semi-Auto Rifle

Remington Model 597 Magnum Semi-Auto Rifle

Lot #1163 (Sale Order 1163 of 596)

Remington Model 597 Magnum Semi-Automatic Rifle, #2922162M, .22 Win. mag. cal., 20'' matte barrel, black receiver, pistol-grip black synthetic stock, Remington factory checkered hard plastic buttplate, sling swivel studs, blade front sight with silver bead and adjustable ramped rear sight, with one factory magazine. Topped with a Bushnell Banner 3-9x40mm scope, unmarked rings; scope with a illuminated red/green CF500 reticle. Approx. 98% original finish remains and metal surfaces rate as fine, with scattered light handling marks and a few tiny specks of oxidation on the barrel. Stock with general shallow surface scuffs and scratches. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope exterior with small scratches, adjustment knobs with spots of edgewear; optics are bright and clear, illuminated reticle functions properly. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern)
Browning BAR Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle Browning BAR Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle

Browning BAR Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #1164 (Sale Order 1164 of 596)

Browning BAR Grade I Semi-Automatic Rifle, #137PR25833, .30-06 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish; checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend with a high gloss finish, black plastic Browning buttplate, and sling swivel studs. Brass beaded front sight on fixed base, Williams rear sight (base only), receiver is factory drilled and tapped for a scope base. Manufactured in Belgium by FN and assembled in Portugal. This rifle does not appear to have been used often but does show some cosmetic damage due to poor storage. Metal retains approx. 93% original blue finish with scuffs and scratches, predominantly along the top of the frame and barrel. Wood with surface dents and some flat spots to the checkering, more highly concentrated on the forend; marks on the buttstock would be considered normal signs of moderate field use, checks are pretty clean except for one small spot of flattening on the left side. Front sight blade is bent and needs to be replaced. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)
Browning .22 Auto Semi-Automatic Rifle Browning .22 Auto Semi-Automatic Rifle

Browning .22 Auto Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #1165 (Sale Order 1165 of 596)

Browning .22 Auto Semi-Automatic Rifle, #T50242, .22 LR cal., 19.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with early wheel adjustable rear sight and grooved upper receiver for Weaver type rings. Condition is near excellent, retaining approx. 96% original blue. Stock with light scratches and mild impressions in pistol-grip area. Takedown feature fits snug and indicates little overall use. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)
Remington Model 541-S Custom Sporter Remington Model 541-S Custom Sporter

Remington Model 541-S Custom Sporter