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Antique & Modern Firearms Auction

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions
Sat, Oct  24, 2020  10:00 AM   Pacific
Session I: Two-Day Auction, over 1,400 lots. Featuring: Collection of rare Randall Firearms, including Prototypes; several Smith & Wesson revolvers, from antique to modern; collectible & sporting rifles and shotguns, including three by Alexander Henry; variety of Winchester rifles and shotguns; Colt SAA revolvers, 1911's; military rifles and pistols from around the world; all types of modern firearms; antique fireams; high-grade shotguns; etc.
Antique Probably Albanian Miquelet Pistol Antique Probably Albanian Miquelet Pistol

Antique Probably Albanian Miquelet Pistol

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 700)

Antique Probably Albanian Miquelet Pistol, with brass fullstock, NVSN, approx. .65 cal., 12.25'' tapered round-to-octagonal at breech iron barrel is unmarked; iron ''Patilla'' or Spanish style lock with distinctive outside mainspring and flint cock with exposed sears; solid brass fullstock is elaborately if somewhat crudely chased in relief scrolls and floral patterns, has a lemon-shaped butt with raised skull cracker, and encloses the front 5'' of the barrel; separate loop triggerguard is decorated en suite; early-style trigger with curved tail. The lock appears to be in its original Miquelet form, with unbushed touchhole. Condition is very good for the age and type. Iron surfaces have a mostly smooth gunmetal gray-brown tone (the barrel may have been etched originally, but difficult to state positively); brass shows mostly crisp designs, light wear and an aged patina. Action is very stiff and does not seem to reach cocked position; smoothbore appears relatively clean. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Indonesian-Dutch Bronze Signal Cannon Indonesian-Dutch Bronze Signal Cannon

Indonesian-Dutch Bronze Signal Cannon

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 700)

Indonesian-Dutch Bronze Signal Cannon, recovered from a shipwreck, with dark green patina overall. Decorated with cast raised floral designs and decorative bands at breech and muzzle. Flared leaf dart type muzzle. Notch type front sight with ears at rear near touch hole. Bore is approx. 1.250''; overall approx. 40.5''. Has a hole provision in rear for wooden aiming rod (not present). Bronze ''Y''-type swiveling barrel cradle with cast in spike for use on the railing of a ship. Breach end is approx. 3.75'' in dia. Flared decorated muzzle is approx. 3-7/8'' in dia. Ca. 19th Century. Condition is very good overall. Bore appears to be smooth, with no rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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Unusual Palmer English Flintlock Pistol Unusual Palmer English Flintlock Pistol

Unusual Palmer English Flintlock Pistol

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 700)

A Most Unusual Antique English Single-Shot Brass Screw-Barrel Flintlock Pistol by Palmer, Rochester, #5796, approx. .62 cal., 1'' round screw-off brass barrel has an integral lug for wrench removal, marked ''T.E. Hulkes Gleanings'' on circumference at muzzle, with border engraving at rear; boxlock brass frame has a unique engraved and elevated ''waterproof'' pan, a frizzen with an equally unique adjustable-tension spring, a sliding safety that locks the frizzen in the down/closed position, and a gracefully-formed reinforced flint cock; frame is marked ''Palmer Rochester'' at front with sunken proof marks at right side, is floral engraved with panel scenes of a panoply of martial flags, drums (or mortars) and shields on left and right sides, and has a folding trigger that automatically drops down when the pistol is cocked; one-piece varnished and checkered European hardwood ''bag-style'' grips. Mfg'd ca 1800-1830. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finishes, but are smooth and clean with light toning to the brass, a dark patina to the iron, and clear engraving and markings. Grips are sound and smooth with moderate wear to the checkering. Action is strong and functions as designed; smoothbore is clean. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Goodwin & Co. O/U Flintlock Pistol Goodwin & Co. O/U Flintlock Pistol

Goodwin & Co. O/U Flintlock Pistol

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 700)

Antique English Over/Under Screw-Barrel Flintlock Pocket Pistol, NVSN, approx. .40 cal., 1.625'' iron barrels are marked ''2'' and ''3'' at breeches; brass boxlock frame has corresponding numbers at breeches, a left-side barrel selector switch, a gracefully-shaped hammer, sliding rear safety, two proof marks ahead of trigger guard, and is floral engraved with ''Goodwin/& Co.'' within an oval on left side, and ''London'' on right; plain varnished walnut bag-style grips. Mfg'd ca. 1830s-50s. Condition is very good. Barrels retain no original finish but are smooth gunmetal gray overall; frame has light toning with clear engraving and markings. Grips are sound with light marks and later varnish. Action is crisp; smoothbores are clean with deep cuts inside muzzles for engaging a barrel wrench. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)

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Pair of Edgson Flintlock Belt Pistols Pair of Edgson Flintlock Belt Pistols

Pair of Edgson Flintlock Belt Pistols

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 700)

Identical Pair of Antique English Single-Shot Screw-Barrel Flintlock Belt Pistols, by Edgson, #1, approx. .52 cal., 4'' octagonal barrels, one pistol is marked ''1'' at breech (other pistol unnumbered); both boxlock frames have left-side belt hooks, proof marks beneath, reinforced cocks, oval waterproof pans, sliding rear safeties, folding triggers that drop open when cocked, and are floral engraved with ''Edgson/Stamford'' within an oval on right sides against a panoply of martial flags and arms; plain varnished flat-sided walnut bag-style grips have vacant German silver inlays at wrists. Mfg'd ca. 1830s-50s. Condition is near excellent. Barrels retain approx. 96% deep original blue, triggers show bright fire-blue, case hardened frames are smooth gunmetal with clear engraving and markings. Grips are smooth with only slight handling marks and retain approx. 90% original varnish. Actions are crisp; bores are bright with deeply-cut rifling that facilitates engaging a barrel-removal wrench. Est.: $900-$1,200/pair. (Antique)

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Antique English Flintlock Blunderbuss, by Brunn Antique English Flintlock Blunderbuss, by Brunn

Antique English Flintlock Blunderbuss, by Brunn

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 700)

Antique English Brass-Barrel Flintlock Blunderbuss, by Brunn of London, NVSN, approx. .70 cal., 14.5'' round-to-octagonal brass barrel bells to 1.75'' at its cannon-turned muzzle, has two cannon-turned rings at round-octagon juncture, finely engraved breech and top tang, and marked ''London'' on top flat; beveled steel lockplate with small pointed rear teat is finely border engraved and marked ''Brunn'' under matching reinforced cock and pan; brass furniture includes loop triggerguard with lovely engraved pineapple front tang finial and elongated rear tang, engraved buttplate, two circular screw escutcheons opposite the lock, and two fancy fluted ferrules retaining the horn-tipped hardwood ramrod; varnished English walnut fullstock has raised aprons about both sides of the lock. Mfg'd ca. 1780-1820. This arm appears to be in original flintlock configuration, having unbushed touchhole and original parts; many of the screw heads are sunburst-engraved. Condition is fine. Brass shows an overall smooth aged tone; iron parts are clean gunmetal gray. Stock is solid and smooth showing only handling marks (has 6 ''kill'' notches carved at lower butt), good edges, nice grain and color, and perhaps an added coat of finish. Markings are sharp. This is a quality piece, complete and original. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Antique British Flintlock Blunderbuss Antique British Flintlock Blunderbuss

Antique British Flintlock Blunderbuss

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 700)

Antique British Brass-Barreled Flintlock Blunderbuss, with spring-loaded top bayonet, NVSN, approx. .70 cal., 14.5'' round-to-octagonal brass barrel bells to 1-5/8'' at cannon-turned muzzle (with bayonet lock at top), has cannon-turning at round-octagon juncture, engraved band and 2 ''(crown/crossed swords)'' proofmarks at breech, marked ''London'' on top flat; spring-actuated angular bayonet measures 13'', with hinge located 1.5'' behind muzzle and sliding catch on barrel tang; border-engraved lockplate with rear teat is engraved ''Ketland & Co.'', has delicately-detailed flint cock, pan and frizzen; brass furniture includes trigger guard with engraved loop, acorn front finial and long rear tang, buttplate with engraved long top tang, and two ferrules retaining the brass-tipped hardwood ramrod; varnished English walnut fullstock has carved aprons on either side of lock and a vacant circular German-silver escutcheon atop the wrist. Condition is very good. Brass parts have a light age-patina, lock parts are gunmetal gray, the bayonet is gunmetal gray with light peppering, markings are clear. Stock is sound with general marks from use and age, minor losses, and a glued repair where broken through approx. 4'' behind muzzle. Action is smooth; smoothbore looks clean. The gun appears to be in original flintlock configuration, with unbushed touchhole and original parts, and would have been a formidable weapon in a close-order confrontation. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)

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Rare Antique Irish Copy of a Henry Deringer Pistol Rare Antique Irish Copy of a Henry Deringer Pistol

Rare Antique Irish Copy of a Henry Deringer Pistol

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 700)

Rare Antique Irish Copy of a Henry Deringer Percussion Pocket Pistol, by Joseph Bowls of 22 Patrick Street, Cork, NVSN, .52 cal., 3-7/16'' octagonal barrel with pin front sight, marked ''Bowls Cork'' on top flat, floral engraved at breech and top tang; engraved serpentine lockplate with maker's name and matching hammer; steel mountings include an engraved nipple bolster, loop trigger guard with pineapple front tang, and ramrod ferrule; and a German silver shield inlay at wrist, all engraved en suite; one-piece varnished walnut (or root-wood) fullstock is finely checkered at wrist and bag style butt. Mfg'd ca. 1830s-40s. Measures 7.5'' overall. Condition is very good. Steel surfaces retain no original finish but are a smooth gunmetal color; German silver is clean; markings and engraving are sharp. Stock is solid and smooth with sharp checkering and much original varnish. Ramrod is missing. Action is strong and crisp; smoothbore is bright having scattered light erosion. Irish-made Deringer copies are quite rare. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)

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Antique Henry Deringer Percussion Pocket Pistol Antique Henry Deringer Percussion Pocket Pistol

Antique Henry Deringer Percussion Pocket Pistol

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 700)

Antique Henry Deringer Single-Shot Percussion Pocket Pistol, NVSN, .44 cal., 2.5'' round barrel with dovetailed, low blade German silver front sight, is marked ''Deringer/Philadela'' and ''P'' within a sunburst between two platinum bands at breech, has floral-engraved top tang with notch rear sight; engraved serpentine lockplate carries the same maker's marking, matching hammer; German silver mountings include a flash plate below the engraved nipple bolster, leaf-shaped sideplate, left and right barrel wedge escutcheons, loop trigger guard with long leaf-shaped front tang, teardrop-shaped buttcap, shield inlay at wrist, and forend cap, all engraved en suite; one-piece varnished walnut fullstock is checkered at wrist and ''bird's head'' butt. Mfg'd ca. 1856-66. Measures 5.5'' overall. Condition is near fine. Barrel retains little of the original simulated Damascus but is a smooth overall gunmetal-brown color; German silver is clean and bright; markings and engraving are sharp. Stock is solid and smooth with lightly worn checkering and most of its thin original varnish. Action is smooth; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Antique Bel. Mariette Brevet 4-Barrel Pepperbox Antique Bel. Mariette Brevet 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Antique Bel. Mariette Brevet 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 700)

Antique Belgian Mariette Brevete 4-Barrel Under-Hammer Percussion Pepperbox Pistol, NVSN, .36 cal., 2.5'' round screw-off barrels have an overall finely-etched fluid pattern and are numbered 1 through 4 as are corresponding revolving breeches (1 of which also has the familiar ''ELG'' Li‚ge proofmark); frame with ring trigger and integral bag-style gripstraps is floral-engraved and marked ''Mariette/Brevete'' on inner strap; two-piece ebonized hardwood grips. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finish but are clean gunmetal gray with sharp markings and engraving; grips are smooth with much original varnish. Action seems to function; smoothbores are bright. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Pair of Antique Belgian Large Bore Perc. Pistols Pair of Antique Belgian Large Bore Perc. Pistols

Pair of Antique Belgian Large Bore Perc. Pistols

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 700)

Matched Pair of Antique Belgian Large Bore Single-Shot Percussion Pistols, NVSN, approx. .64 cal., blued 8'' octagonal barrels are slightly swamped at muzzles, have small dovetailed blade front sights, notched rear sights with long sighting grooves, and ''ELG'' Li‚ge proofmarks at left breeches; blued lockplates are floral engraved with ''spider web'' engraved panels at their tails; iron furniture is engraved en suite, including upper barrel tangs (numbered ''1'' and ''2'' respectively), hammers, leaf-shaped sideplates, single ramrod ferrules, loop triggerguards with long fancy front tangs, and domed oval buttcaps; halfstocks of lovely varnished European rootwood are checkered at wrists, have vacant oval German silver escutcheons atop their wrists, raised aprons on either side of locks, and leaf-carved oval mouldings at their butts. Engraved screw heads; original button-tipped iron ramrods and single barrel keys. Mfg'd mid-19th century. Condition is very good. Barrels retain approx. 60% early-style light, bright blue with scattered discoloration/erosion that should be carefully cleaned; lockplates retain 40% smooth matching blue, the balance of the metal shows a gunmetal gray-brown patina. Stocks are sound and smooth with sharp checkering and perhaps 70% original varnish finish. Actions are smooth; bores are shiny with sharp multi-groove rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800/pair. (Antique)

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French Gaulois No. 1 Palm Pistol French Gaulois No. 1 Palm Pistol

French Gaulois No. 1 Palm Pistol

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 700)

French Gaulois ''Squeezer'' No. 1 Palm Pistol, #T20495, 8mm RF cal., blued 2.25'' round barrel with brass post front sight, marked ''Gaulois'' and ''No. 1'' on top rib; blued steel frame is marked ''Manufacture Francaise/Armes Et Cycles/Saint Etienne'' in a circular logo on top, fitted with a 3-position switch marked ''S'' (safe), ''F'' (fire) and ''D'' (unload/disassembly) on left side, and has the signature ''squeezer'' bar trigger at rear with a finely checkered hard rubber grip pad. 5-shot cartridge capacity. Mfg'd ca. 1890-1912. Condition is near excellent: Barrel and frame retain 90+% smooth original deep blue, with just light roughness to right frame and sharp edges and markings; squeezer bar retains moderate case colors with scattered light discoloration; grip pad of blended black-and-pink hard rubber retains sharp checkering with a three-quarter inch chip out at top left. Action seems to function properly; bore is clean with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Antique French 1837 Chatellerault Naval Pistol Antique French 1837 Chatellerault Naval Pistol

Antique French 1837 Chatellerault Naval Pistol

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 700)

Antique French Model 1837 Chatellerault Single Shot Percussion Naval Pistol, with belt hook, NVSN, approx. .61 cal., 6'' round barrel made without sights marked ''Mle. 1837'' on top strap; captive sliding-stirrup button-tip ramrod; serpentine lockplate is marked ''Mn Ru de/Chatellerault'' behind the graceful hammer; single brass barrel band has a long rear tang that extends past the loop triggerguard almost to the brass buttcap with its long top tang and iron lanyard ring; iron one-piece serpentine sideplate and belt hook; various parts are proofmarked, with a naval anchor mark at butt; one-piece oil-finished European hardwood stock. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces appear untouched having minor use marks and an overall light age patina as originally finished ''in the white''; markings are sharp, and all parts appear original. Action is strong and smooth; smoothbore appears clean along its entire length. Est.: $700-$950. (Antique)

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Antique Matched Pair of English Perc. Belt Pistols Antique Matched Pair of English Perc. Belt Pistols

Antique Matched Pair of English Perc. Belt Pistols

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 700)

Antique Matched Pair of English Percussion Belt Pistols, cased with accoutrements, NVSN, .54 cal., 8'' octagonal barrels with tiny blade front sights are unmarked; serpentine back-action locks have delicate floral engraving and the name ''Greaves'' behind hammers; steel furniture includes engraved loop trigger guards with pineapple-like front tangs and long rear ones, and two ferrules retaining the brass-tipped hardwood ramrods; varnished one-piece English walnut halfstocks are checkered at bag-style grips, have rectangular German-silver inlays atop wrists, matching oval barrel wedge escutcheons and nosecaps. Mfg'd ca. 1840s-60s. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finish but are a dark gunmetal color with scattered light discoloration. Stocks show age/use marks but are sound with sharp checkering and much original finish. Actions are crisp and tight; smoothbores are clean showing moderate etching. The 11''x14.5'' varnished mahogany case is lined in a fine teal baize cloth and partitioned in the English style for the pistols, a copper and brass lozenge-shaped powder flask, twin ebony and walnut brass-tipped ramrods, wood-handled turnscrew, two percussion cap tins, two covered sections with ivory knobs containing linen patches, and a number of cast lead balls, all in very good condition. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)(Don Koll collection)

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Swinburn & Son O/U Percussion Pistol Swinburn & Son O/U Percussion Pistol

Swinburn & Son O/U Percussion Pistol

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 700)

Unusual Antique British Over-Under Double Barrel Percussion Belt or Boarding Pistol, NVSN, .54 cal., 4.375'' barrels marked ''C.P. Swinburn & Son London'' on top flat with proof marks at left side, have a lower rib with captive stirrup-style button-head ramrod; finely-engraved steel frame has a naval-style spring-steel belt hook at left side, matching engraved hammers (the right one with an elongated, tube-type nose to reach the lower nipple), engraved trigger guard, twin triggers, and long top/bottom tangs retaining the two-piece finely-checkered English walnut grips having a vacant German silver oval at wrist and fluted/engraved buttcap with hinged door opening to a butt trap for percussion caps. Mfg'd ca. 1850s-60s. Condition is near fine. Metal surfaces retain good traces of original blue in protected areas and are otherwise smooth, light gunmetal gray with sharp edges, markings and engraving. Grips are sound and smooth and retain sharp checkering. Actions are stout; smoothbores are bright and clean. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Alexander Henry Large Frame Takedown Best Quality Rifle Alexander Henry Large Frame Takedown Best Quality Rifle

Alexander Henry Large Frame Takedown Best Quality Rifle

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 700)

Alexander Henry Large Takedown Frame Best Quality Single Shot Rifle, #6638, .500 Express cal., 27.75'' barrel with two-leaf Express rear and bead type front sight, banknote engraving to receiver block, hammer, and lockplate; checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend with shadow-line cheekpiece, with lightly engraved steel heel and toe treatment over checkered walnut buttplate. Barrel is marked ''Alex'r Henry, Edinburgh & London''; chamber area is additionally stamped L7864''. Lock is additionally marked ''Alex'r Henry''. Mfg'd 1892. Condition is excellent. Barrel has toned somewhat but retains approx. 94% overall thinning blue. Case hardened frame and back lock have toned and silvered, but colors are approx. 85% visible. Stock with very light impressions to both sides of cheekpiece; checking is extremely well defined and remains sharp. Action remains crisp and smooth, bore is bright. Est.: $7,500-$10,000. (Antique)

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Alexander Henry Standard Frame Best Quality Rifle Alexander Henry Standard Frame Best Quality Rifle

Alexander Henry Standard Frame Best Quality Rifle

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 700)

Alexander Henry Standard Frame Best Quality Single Shot Rifle, #18653, .450-3.25'' BPE cal., 28.5'' barrel with three-leaf Express rear and bead type front sight, banknote engraving to receiver block, hammer, and lockplate; checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with lightly engraved steel buttplate. Barrel is marked with ''E.M. Reilly & Co.'' retailer marks, including ''New Oxford Street, London'', and ''Rue Soribe Paris'' address. Lock is additionally marked ''E.M. Reilly & Co., London''. Mfg'd in approx. 1874. Condition is excellent. Barrel has toned somewhat but retains approx. 90% overall thinning blue. Case hardened frame and back lock have toned and silvered, as has lever, but colors are visible. Lifting block extension retains nearly all of its bright niter blue. Stock with light to just moderate impressions to both sides of cheekpiece; checking is extremely well defined and remains sharp over the last 125 years. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $7,500-$10,000. (Antique)

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Alexander Henry Small Frame Best Quality Takedown Rifle Alexander Henry Small Frame Best Quality Takedown Rifle

Alexander Henry Small Frame Best Quality Takedown Rifle

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 700)

Alexander Henry Small Frame Best Quality Single Shot Takedown Rifle, #6479, .360-2.25'' BPE cal., 25.5'' blue barrel, banknote engraved case hardened frame, lock, hammer and lever; finely checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with shadow-line cheekpiece, and steel toe and heel treatment to checkered walnut butt. Condition is fine. Barrel retains approx. 60% thinning blue. Frame and lock components have toned a silvery gray, and wood-to-metal fit is excellent. Express sight leaves appear to be a later replacement. Stock with just moderate general impressions to both sides, and impressions to left side of pistol-grip checking. Left rear portion of chamber area with two small holes now having filler screws, as rifle was once fitted for a scope. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Antique)

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Antique Swiss Schuetzen Rifle Antique Swiss Schuetzen Rifle

Antique Swiss Schuetzen Rifle

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 700)

Antique Swiss Schuetzen Rifle, ''Robert Fluckiger'' in lightly scrolled panel, ''Zurich'' to similar panel on left side of frame; #147, 7.5x55 cal., 34-1/2'' fluted octagon blue barrel, case hardened frame, lever, Swiss buttplate, and hardware; European walnut stock with high Swiss cheekpiece, right side of buttstock marked in German silver inlaid plaque ''U. Fpuhler/Zurich V''; double set triggers, windage adjustable front and elevation adjustable rear sight. Based on the Martini Peabody action. Condition is excellent showing very little use and is of exquisite workmanship. Case hardened components retain 65%+ original but lightly thinning finish. Stock shows light impressions and minor scuffs from field use. Action is crisp, bore is fine to excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Pre-WWI German Schuetzen Rifle Pre-WWI German Schuetzen Rifle

Pre-WWI German Schuetzen Rifle

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 700)

Pre-WWI German Schuetzen Rifle, #420, 8.15x46R cal., 30'' fluted rust blue barrel with flat sighting plain inlaid ''Victor Trulzsch in Nurnberg''; border engraved case hardened falling block frame, double set triggers, floral carved checkered cheekpiece walnut stock and forend, with protected ear pinned front sight and adjustable eyepiece removable Schuetzen rear sight. Ca.1910. Condition is about fine. Barrel retains approx. 85% thinning rust-type blue. Platina details have lightly tarnished. Edges to rear portion of sighting plain with minor dings to edges. Case colored receiver retains approx. 60% silvering and toning hues. Stock is fine with possibly an additional coat of varnish, small dings, and excellent detail to carving and checks. Set triggers function as designed. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Antique Lg-Bore Tranter ''Bull Dog'' Style Revolver Antique Lg-Bore Tranter ''Bull Dog'' Style Revolver

Antique Lg-Bore Tranter ''Bull Dog'' Style Revolver

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 700)

Antique Large-Bore Tranter ''British Bull Dog'' Style Double Action Revolver, #58320, .450 CF cal., 2.675'' octagonal barrel with blade front sight and border-engraved muzzle, dealer marked ''Cogswell & Harrison/223 & 224 Strand, London'' on right angled flat, and ''450'' flanked by proof marks on left; plain round 5-shot cylinder; solid frame has fine double-line border engraving with a flower at hammer screw on both sides, is marked ''*Tranter*/Patent'' in an oval and ''58320'' at left breech; spring-actuated cylinder pin (swivels left for cartridge ejection), release lever below and a right-side hinged loading gate, large loop trigger guard, and integral grip straps with lanyard loop on oval buttplate; one-piece varnished checkered walnut grips. Condition is very good+. Metal surfaces retain no original finish but an overall bright gunmetal color with sharp edges, engraving and markings. Grips are excellent showing sharp checkering, lovely grain and all original finish. Action is tight and crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Mex. War Era M.1836 Flintlock Martial Pistol Mex. War Era M.1836 Flintlock Martial Pistol

Mex. War Era M.1836 Flintlock Martial Pistol

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 700)

Exceptional Mexican War Era U.S. Model 1836 Single-Shot Flintlock Martial Pistol, by Robert Johnson of Middletown, CT, NVSN, .54 cal., 8.5'' round barrel with brass blade front and dished-oval rear sights, is marked ''US./JH/P'' and a tiny ''B'' at breech, with a captive stirrup-style button-tip steel ramrod; beveled lockplate is marked ''US./R. Johnson/Middn Conn/1842'' below the flint cock and curved brass pan; iron furniture includes a single barrel band having a long serpentine ''sideplate'', two-piece trigger guard with long lower tang extending to the circular buttcap whose backstrap extends to the top barrel tang; oil-stained one-piece walnut stock. Mfg'd 1842, with case hardened lockplate, hammer and frizzen, blued frizzen spring and trigger, and the balance of the metal finished bright. Condition is near excellent. Iron surfaces retain their original ''in-the-bright'' finish, with sharp edges and markings, the trigger and frizzen spring retain much original blue, the case hardened parts show a clean silvered tone. Stock is smooth and solid with original ''feathering'' and pleasing grain and color, and sharp left-side Army inspectors' markings of ''W.A.T'' (William A. Thornton) and ''JCB'' (Joseph C. Bragg) impressed within oval cartouches. Action is smooth and crisp; smoothbore is bright with scattered light etching; the pistol appears to be in original flintlock configuration with unbushed touchhole and correct parts. Est.: $1,500-$3,000. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1842 Navy Perc. Pistol U.S. Model 1842 Navy Perc. Pistol

U.S. Model 1842 Navy Perc. Pistol

Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 700)

U.S. Model 1842 Navy Single-Shot Boxlock Percussion Pistol, by Ames, NVSN, .54 cal., 6'' round barrel without sights, is marked ''USN/(anchor)1845/R/P'' at breech, with a captive stirrup-style steel button-tip ramrod; distinctive boxlock style flat lockplate is marked ''N.P. Ames/Springfield/Mass.'' below the hammer, and ''USN/1845'' vertically at rear; brass furniture includes a single pin-retained barrel band, one-piece trigger guard, and inset circular buttcap; oil-stained one-piece walnut fullstock. Mfg'd 1845, with browned barrel and the balance of the metal finished bright. Condition is very good+. Barrel retains no original finish, but a smooth brownish-gunmetal gray color with sharp markings; brass parts are clean with light age toning. Stock is smooth and solid with pleasing grain and color, lacks the left-side inspector's marking but has a faint ''60'' painted there and a later thin coat of varnish. Action is strong and crisp; smoothbore is bright with cleaned light etching; edges and markings are sharp; the pistol appears completely original. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Springfield 1868 Allin Trapdoor Rifle Springfield 1868 Allin Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield 1868 Allin Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 700)

Antique Springfield Model 1868 Allin Trapdoor Infantry Rifle, with bayonet and sling, #6043, .50 CF cal., 32.5'' round barrel with block-blade front sight (doubles as bayonet lug) and long-range sliding-leaf rear sight, marked ''6043'' at breech; trapdoor breech has matching ser. no., marked ''1869/(eagle head)/U.S.'' at hinge; beveled lockplate is stamped ''(spread-wing eagle and shield)'' to left of ''U.S./Springfield'' below latch lever, and ''1865'' to rear; iron furniture includes two-piece trigger guard marked ''P'' over ''43'' on long rear tang, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top tang, two spring-retained barrel bands, nosecap, and slotted flat-tip ramrod; walnut fullstock has script ''SWP'' (Samuel W. Porter) inspector's cartouche at left opposite lock. Mfg'd ca. 1868-72, in overall ''arsenal bright'' finished metal and oil-stained stock. Condition is very good. Barrel retains much of its bright finish, the balance of the metal is smooth gunmetal gray with sharp edges and markings. Stock is sound and smooth with light use marks, minor loss around sideplate, nice grain and color. Action is crisp; bore is bright with defined rifling. Bayonet is gunmetal gray and marked ''US/S'' at throat; russet leather sling is sound with light aging. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Antique)

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Springfield 1870 Allin Trapdoor Rifle Springfield 1870 Allin Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield 1870 Allin Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 700)

Antique Springfield Model 1870 Allin Trapdoor Infantry Rifle, with bayonet and sling, #236, .50 CF cal., 32.5'' barrel with block-blade front sight (doubles as bayonet lug) and long-range sliding-leaf rear sight, marked ''236'' at breech; trapdoor breech is marked ''Model/1870/(eagle head)/U.S.'' at hinge; beveled lockplate is stamped ''(spread-wing eagle and shield)'' to left of ''U.S./Springfield'' below latch lever, and ''1863'' to rear; iron furniture includes two-piece trigger guard, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top tang, two spring-retained barrel bands, nosecap, and slotted flat-tip ramrod; walnut fullstock. Mfg'd ca. 1870-73, in overall ''arsenal bright'' finished metal and oil-stained stock. Condition is very good. Barrel retains much of its bright finish, the balance of the metal is smooth gunmetal gray with sharp edges and markings. Stock is sound and smooth with light use marks and nice grain and color but no inspector's cartouche. Action is crisp; bore is clean with overall light frosting and defined rifling. Bayonet is gunmetal gray and marked ''US/S'' at throat; dark russet leather sling is sound and smooth. Est.: $750-$1,250. (Antique)

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Springfield Transitional Model 1873-1877 Trapdoor Rifle Springfield Transitional Model 1873-1877 Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield Transitional Model 1873-1877 Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 700)

Antique U.S. Springfield Transitional Model 1873-77 Trapdoor Breechloading Infantry Rifle, #357479, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel with block-blade front and Buffington rear (marked ''R'' for Rifle) sights, is marked ''V/P/ (eagle head) / P'' and ''A'' at breech; trapdoor breechblock is marked ''US /Model/1873'' at hinge; flat lockplate is marked ''(spread-eagle)'' to left of ''U.S./Springfield'' at front; steel furniture includes two-piece triggerguard with sling swivel at front, buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, two spring-retained barrel bands (front with stacking swivel), nosecap, and button-tip ramrod; oil-stained walnut fullstock has a bold ''SWP/1886'' rectangular cartouche of armory inspector Samuel W. Porter opposite lock. This rifle has the M1873 feature of the flush barrel-receiver juncture, and M1877 changes: low-arch breechblock, no date on lockplate, and elongated stock comb. Condition is fine. Barrel shows approx. 95% smooth military blue, triggerguard has 98% glossy blue, buttplate retains 60% blue; breech, lockplate and hammer are a smooth dark color; trapdoor shows lovely mottled case colors, edges and markings are sharp and clear. Stock is smooth and sound with lovely grain and color, a sharp inspector's mark, and darkening at buttplate. Buffington rear sight is from a later gun. Action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Robbins & Lawrence M.1841 Mississippi Perc. Rifle Robbins & Lawrence M.1841 Mississippi Perc. Rifle

Robbins & Lawrence M.1841 Mississippi Perc. Rifle

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 700)

Mexican War-Era U.S. Model 1841 ''Mississippi'' Muzzleloading Percussion Infantry Rifle, by Robbins & Lawrence, NVSN, .54 cal., 33'' round barrel with blade front and raised notch rear sights, marked ''WW/P'' at breech; beveled lockplate is marked ''Robbins/&/Lawrence/U.S.'' ahead of hammer, and ''Windsor VT/1850'' vertically behind; brass furniture includes trigger guard having a long rear tang and sling swivel at front, serpentine sideplate, large right-side patchbox with hinged door opening to trap in butt containing a bullet worm, buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, two spring-retained barrel bands (front of the double-strap type (with sling swivel) that forms a nosecap retaining the brass-tipped steel ramrod). Condition is very good. Barrel retains perhaps 40% thinning original brown (discolored at muzzle where possibly front sight was repaired), lockplate and hammer are gunmetal gray, brass has a smooth patina. Stock is sound and smooth having numerous marks of military use between the barrel bands (inspector's mark opposite lock is not visible). Action is very strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)

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Sharps Model 1874 ''Straight Breech'' 3-Band Military Rifle Sharps Model 1874 ''Straight Breech'' 3-Band Military Rifle

Sharps Model 1874 ''Straight Breech'' 3-Band Military Rifle

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 700)

Sharps Model 1874 ''Straight Breech'' 3-Band Military Rifle, #C,49342, .50-70 CF cal., 30'' round barrel, with dovetailed post front and R.S. Lawrence patent folding-leaf rear sights and raised boss at breech, marked with maker's name and Hartford address in three lines below bottom band; steel receiver made without a pellet primer device, has serpentine trigger guard-operating lever that drops breechblock for cartridge loading/auto extraction and sliding lever latch at lower tang, is marked with the two-line Sharps 1848 patent date on left side, two-line 1852 patent date on right, and ser. no. on lower tang; oil-stained walnut forestock has a steel nosecap and is held by three spring-retained bands (middle with sling swivel), matching buttstock has an iron patchbox opening to a trap for spare parts/patches, rifle-style buttplate, and sling swivel mount at belly (ring missing). Mfg'd ca. 1871-73. Condition is very good retaining traces of original metal finishes (mottled case colors to hammer, bright blue to band springs) and an overall gunmetal gray tone. Stocks are sound and smooth showing scattered minor marks, were likely smoothed and re-oiled as inspectors' cartouches are not present. Edges and markings are sharp; action is smooth; bore is clean showing light overall frosting and defined rifling. This Model 1878 military rifle is rare, as only about 1,769 were mfg'd 150 years ago. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Civil War Era Peabody Infantry Rifle Civil War Era Peabody Infantry Rifle

Civil War Era Peabody Infantry Rifle

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 700)

Rare Civil War Era Peabody Single-Shot Infantry Rifle, NVSN, .45 Peabody RF cal., blued 33'' round barrel, with block-blade front (doubles as bayonet lug) and adjustable sliding-leaf rear sights has a ''(crown)/V'' (London?) proof mark at breech; case hardened receiver has matching proof mark over a tiny ''S'' at breech, marked ''Peabody's Pat./July 22, 1862/Man'f'd. by/Providence Tool Co./Prov. R.I.'' on left side, has case hardened side hammer and back-action lock with trigger guard operating lever that drops breech for loading/extraction, and tiny ''C'' and ''E'' marks at bottom front and rear; iron furniture includes two screw-retained barrel bands (lower with sling swivel), curved buttplate with a tiny ''F'' at top screw, slotted tulip-tip ramrod with cannelures; two-piece oil-stained walnut fullstock with sling swivel at lower butt. Mfg'd ca. 1866-71. Condition is near excellent. Barrel retains approx. 85% smooth thinning military blue; receiver, lockplate, hammer and lever show nicely mottled case colors; screw heads show fire-blue. Stock has a sharp oval ''W.C.'' (factory, not military) left-side inspector's cartouche, retains much original ''feathering,'' has minimal storage marks, very nice color and appearance, with minor losses around lockplate and frame. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Savage U.S. Model 1861 Perc. Rifle-Musket Savage U.S. Model 1861 Perc. Rifle-Musket

Savage U.S. Model 1861 Perc. Rifle-Musket

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 700)

U.S. Model 1861 Single-Shot Percussion Rifle-Musket, by Savage R.F.A. Co., with angular bayonet, NVSN, .58 cal., 40'' round barrel with block-blade front (doubles as a bayonet lug) and two-leaf rear sights, marked ''N.J'', ''V/P/(eagle head)'' and ''1863'' at breech; beveled lockplate is marked ''(spread-wing eagle with olive branches)/U.S.'' to left of ''Savage R.F.A. Co./Middletown, Ct.'' under percussion nipple bolster having a cleanout screw, and ''1863'' behind hammer; steel furniture includes two-piece trigger guard with sling swivel, buttplate marked ''U.S'' at top screw, three spring-retained barrel bands (middle with sling swivel), nosecap, and cupped tulip-head ramrod; oil-stained walnut fullstock is marked ''N.J'' on raised apron opposite lock. Condition is excellent. All steel surfaces retain their original ''arsenal bright'' finish that has lightly age-toned, edges and markings are very sharp and clear. Stock is sound and smooth with a few light handling/storage marks, sharp edges, and nice grain and color. The ''N.J'' mark on barrel and stock likely meant issue to New Jersey troops. Action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling; the gun appears unfired. ''US'' marked bayonet condition matches, but for a bit of scratching at throat. Est.: $1,500-$3,000. (Antique)

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

S&W No. 2 Old Model Army Revolver

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 700)

Civil War Era Smith & Wesson No. 2 Old Model Army Revolver, #8354, .32 Long RF cal., 6'' tip-up octagonal barrel with blade front sight, marked with maker's name and address on top rib, has upper hinge and lower latch; round 6-shot cylinder has 1855-59-60 patent dates along its circumference; solid frame has top cylinder stop spring with notched rear sight, integral spurtrigger sheath and gripstraps, ser. no. on butt; two-piece mother-of-pearl grips. Mfg'd ca. 1861-74, originally with full blued finish. Condition is very good. Barrel shows a smooth dark blue-brown patina with light erosion along top rib, balance of metal is smooth gunmetal gray. Grips show brilliant iridescence and color, a horizontal crack at left panel, and fit well. Action is smooth; bore is bright with light frosting toward muzzle and sharp rifling; barrel hinge and latch are secure; edges are sharp and markings are readable. Est.: $650-$950. (Antique)

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Antique Heavy-Barrel Sporting Rifle Antique Heavy-Barrel Sporting Rifle

Antique Heavy-Barrel Sporting Rifle

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 700)

Antique Heavy-Barrel Sporting Rifle, commercially altered from an early Model 1873 U.S. Springfield ''Trapdoor'' Infantry Rifle, #41535, .40-65 CF cal., blued 30'' heavy octagonal barrel, dovetailed large German-silver blade front and folding sliding-leaf buckhorn style rear sights, marked ''40-65'' on top flat at breech; case hardened receiver, matching trapdoor marked ''Model/1873/(eagle head)'' at hinge; case hardened flat lockplate is marked with a spread-wing eagle clutching olive branches and ''U.S./Springfield/1873,'' has matching hammer; varnished walnut halfstock has a long ebony (or buffalo horn) wedge inlay at Schnabel tip, checkered panels at forend and top/bottom of wrist, case hardened two-piece trigger guard and buttplate having a sliding door opening to trap in butt for jointed steel cleaning rod (not present). Altered ca. 1870s-90s. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% smooth barrel blue and brightly mottled case colors done at time of alteration. Nomenclature to sideplate is barely visible. Stock is sound and smooth with sharp checkering, minor handling marks, most original finish, and lovely grain and color. Forend shows a professionally done approx. 2'' spliced-in repair, 1'' crack at opposite side, and a half-inch crack at checkering. Action is tight and crisp; bore is bright showing light frosting and sharp rifling. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Rare Springfield-Joslyn's Patent 1865 Rifle Rare Springfield-Joslyn's Patent 1865 Rifle

Rare Springfield-Joslyn's Patent 1865 Rifle

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 700)

Very Rare U.S. Springfield-Joslyn's Patent 1865 Rifle, #M2977 (on barrel tang), .50-70 CF cal., 35.5'' round barrel with block-blade front (doubles as a bayonet lug) and two-leaf rear sights, is unmarked; domed breechblock with left-side hinge and knurled release knob on right, is marked ''2774'' on top, and ''B.F. Joslyn's Patent/Oct. 6, 1861 June 24, 1862'' on rear face; beveled lockplate (likely altered from a M1863 lock) is marked ''(spread-wing eagle with olive branches)/U.S./Springfield'' under breech, and ''1864'' behind hammer; steel furniture includes two-piece trigger guard with sling swivel, buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, three spring-retained barrel bands (middle with sling swivel), and nosecap; oil-stained walnut fullstock has a faint inspector's cartouche on raised apron opposite lock, and is marked ''Y'' over ''L'' on belly. Condition is very good to fine. All steel surfaces retain their original ''arsenal bright'' finish that has lightly age-toned, edges and markings are sharp and clear. Stock is sound and smooth with the expected marks of normal military use, and nice grain and color. Action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling; the gun has seen little actual use. This rifle was not a post-war cartridge alteration to a Civil War rifle-musket, but the first breech-loading cartridge arm made in quantity by a national armory. The breech units (designed for the .50-60-450 Joslyn RF cartridge) were supplied by Joslyn to Springfield Armory in early 1865, where they were assembled with new barrels, locks and stocks specifically made for this action. Of the 3,007 rifles made, Springfield then altered 1,600 to .50-70 CF, such as this example, with correct mixed serial numbers. Thus, they are rarely seen or offered for sale today. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Sharps Model 1859 ''Straight Breech'' Perc. Military Rifle Sharps Model 1859 ''Straight Breech'' Perc. Military Rifle

Sharps Model 1859 ''Straight Breech'' Perc. Military Rifle

Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 700)

Antique Sharps Model 1859 ''Straight Breech'' Percussion Military Rifle, possibly issued to Col. Hiram Berdan's U.S. Sharpshooters due to its serial number and double set triggers, #55933, .52 cal., 30'' round barrel with block-blade front sight (doubles as bayonet lug) and sliding-leaf rear sight, is marked ''Sharps Rifle/Manuf'g. Co./Hartford, Conn.'' behind lower band and ''New Model 1859'' at breech; receiver is marked ''Sharps Pat./Sept. 12th 1848'' at left, and ''R.S. Lawrence Pat./April 12th 1859'' over ''C. Sharps Pat/Oct.5th 1852'' on right, has pellet primer mechanism behind hammer, loop operating lever, and very rare double set triggers; oil-stained walnut forestock is held by three spring-retained bands (middle with sling swivel) and an iron nosecap, matching buttstock with iron buttplate, iron patchbox opening to a trap for patches, worm and extra nipples, with a sling swivel below. Condition is complete, original and very good, the metal surfaces having no original finishes but a gunmetal gray color with scattered pitting, age discoloration and sharp markings. Stocks are sound and smooth having occasional age/use dings and no inspectors' stamps. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean showing scattered erosion and sharp rifling. Est.: $2,800-$3,400. (Antique)

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Antique Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine Antique Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine

Antique Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine

Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 700)

Antique Sharps New Model 1863 Breechloading Saddle Ring Cavalry Carbine, altered by the Sharps Co. to metallic cartridge c. 1867, #C10766, .52-70 RF cal., blued 22'' round barrel with block-blade front and adjustable sliding-leaf rear sights, is marked ''Sharps Rifle/Manuf'g. Co./Hartford Conn.'' ahead of rear sight, and ''New Model 1863'' behind; case hardened ''Straight Breech'' receiver is marked with R.S. Lawrence's 1859 patent behind hammer and Sharps' 1852 patent below on right side, Sharps' 1848 patent and a steel sling bar and ring on left side, has a spring-loaded firing pin and a serpentine operating lever that drops open the breechblock for loading cartridges; oil-stained walnut forestock has a single spring-retained barrel band; matching buttstock has a ''DFC'' (David F. Clark) ribbon-shaped inspector's cartouche on left side, and case hardened buttplate. Condition is excellent. Barrel retains approx. 98% smooth military-style dull blue; receiver, hammer, lever and triggerplate show faint mottled case colors turning to silver. Stocks are smooth and solid having original ''feathering'' and nice grain and color. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Civil War Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine Civil War Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine

Civil War Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 700)

Antique Civil War Era Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine, #3475, .50 RF cal., 20'' round barrel with carbine sights, marked ''M 1865'' at breech; steel receiver has serpentine operating lever-trigger guard that drops breech for cartridge loading/extraction, has right-side back-action hammer, left-side sling ring and bar, Stabler trigger cut-off device (converts action to single-shot), marked with maker's name, address and 1860 patent date at top breech and ''3475'' behind; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, the forend with single barrel band, the buttstock with curved iron buttplate having a sliding door opening to central cartridge magazine tube, and a sling swivel at belly. Mfg'd ca. 1865-66, originally with blued barrel, case hardened receiver, barrel band and buttplate. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finish (occasional flashes of blue in protected places and case hardening on internals), but an overall aged dark gunmetal-brown with scattered light roughness/pitting. Stocks are sound and smooth showing minimal marks and a secure 2'' crack at left forend at frame juncture. Edges and markings are good; action is strong and smooth; bore is bright having scattered erosion and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Colt 1861 Navy Factory Altered Revolver Colt 1861 Navy Factory Altered Revolver

Colt 1861 Navy Factory Altered Revolver

Lot #37 (Sale Order 37 of 700)

Antique Colt Model 1861 Navy Factory Altered to Metallic Cartridge Revolver, #4602, .38 CF cal., blued 7.5'' round ''streamlined'' barrel is marked with the maker's name and address in 1-line on top, ''R.W.M.(anchor)'' underneath, and fitted with a right-side ejector rod; blued 6-shot round cylinder has the rolled naval battle scene and is marked ''Colt's Patent No. 59119/4315''; case hardened steel frame has the two-line 1871-72 patent dates at left side (stamped over the original ''Colt's/Patent'' marking), a rear conversion ring with hinged loading gate (batch marked ''602''), and marked ''C'' inside the hammer channel; brass grip straps (marked ''36 Cal'' on left trigger guard bolster); one-piece oil-finished walnut grips. Mixed serial numbers, with ''4602'' stamped adjacent to some originals. Condition is near fine as configured. Barrel retains approx. 25% blue, mainly in protected areas; cylinder shows all of its original rolled scene and an overall gunmetal gray; frame, conversion plate and hammer retain mottled-to-bright case colors, trigger with bright fire-blue; brass shows light toning. Grips are sound, smooth and retain much varnish. Action is crisp; bore is clean and bright with scattered light etching and sharp rifling. This pistol bears many traits of the U.S. Navy alterations, but lacks the ''USN'' backstrap marking and military inspector's grip cartouche. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Antique Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 Military Rifle Antique Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 Military Rifle

Antique Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 Military Rifle

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 700)

Antique Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 Lever Action Single-Shot Military Rifle, #19926, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 32-1/8'' round barrel with block-blade front (doubles as bayonet lug) and folding sliding-leaf rear sights, marked ''Old Reliable'' and ''Sharps Rifle Co. Bridgeport, Conn.'' ahead of breech; solid receiver has concealed hammer, combination trigger guard-operating lever that drops breechblock for loading-auto cartridge extraction, unique sliding trigger safety, sling swivel beneath, marked with maker's name, address, ser. no. and 1876 patent date in four lines on left side; steel mountings include two screw-retained barrel bands (upper with sling swivel), nosecap, slotted and knurled-tip cleaning rod and buttplate with coarse checkering; oil-stained two-piece walnut stocks. Mfg'd ca. 1878-81, in blued and case hardened finishes. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes but a clean, light gunmetal gray with sharp edges and markings. Stocks are solid and smooth having only minor marks to bottom edges. Action is smooth and tight; bore is bright with scattered light etching and sharp rifling. This Model 1878 military rifle is quite the rarity today, with approx. 6,900 produced more than 140 years ago. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)*

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Harpers Ferry Model 1841 Mississippi Rifle Harpers Ferry Model 1841 Mississippi Rifle

Harpers Ferry Model 1841 Mississippi Rifle

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 700)

Mexican War Era U.S. Model 1841 ''Mississippi'' Percussion Rifle, by Harpers Ferry Armory, with leather sling and wooden tompion, NVSN, .54 cal., 33'' round barrel with simple brass-blade front and notched rear sights, marked ''US/SM/VP'' at breech and ''1850'' on top tang; beveled lockplate is marked with a spread-wing eagle clutching olive branches over ''US'' ahead of hammer, and ''Harpers/Ferry/1849'' vertically behind; brass furniture includes two spring-retained barrel bands (top of the double-strap type with attached sling swivel), serpentine sideplate, two-piece trigger guard having a long rear tang, large plain patchbox opening to a trap for patches and spare parts (extra nipple is present), and buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw; one-piece oil-finished walnut fullstock having faint ''WAT'' (William A. Thornton) inspector's initials within an oval cartouche opposite the lock, and correct early brass-tipped tulip-head steel ramrod. Mfg'd ca. 1850, originally with browned barrel, case hardened lock, blued screws, ''bright'' brass, and oil-stained stock. Condition is very good retaining little original finish, the barrel having a brownish patina mixed with light age etching, the balance of the steel being gunmetal gray, the brass an aged tone (nicks to buttplate). Stock is solid showing the expected light marks of age and military use. All metal edges and markings are clear; action is strong and smooth; condition of bore is unknown as tompion cannot be easily removed. Patent leather sling shows its age with minor flaking but is sound and complete; tompion is fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Springfield Trans'l 1873/1877 Trapdoor Carbine Springfield Trans'l 1873/1877 Trapdoor Carbine

Springfield Trans'l 1873/1877 Trapdoor Carbine

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 700)

Antique U.S. Springfield Transitional Model 1873/1877 ''Trapdoor'' Breechloading Saddle Ring Carbine, #6672, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 22'' round barrel with block-blade front and stepped sliding-leaf rear sights, marked ''V/P/(eagle head)/PP'' at breech; trapdoor breechblock is marked ''Model/1873/(eagle head)/(crossed arrows)/US'' at hinge; flat lockplate is marked ''(spread-eagle)'' to left of ''U.S./Springfield'' at front; steel furniture includes left side sling bar and ring, carbine buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw with door pivoting open to butt trap for a three-piece cleaning rod (rod is present), two-piece trigger guard, and single spring-retained barrel band with stacking swivel; oil-stained walnut halfstock. This carbine retains the 1873-style lockplate markings (without the date), high-arch breechblock with earliest markings, and flush barrel-receiver juncture, but adds the transitional ''Model 1877'' changes including the stepped-base rear sight, a longer stock comb and buttstock trap for cleaning rod. Condition is fine. Barrel shows a smooth blue-brown patina; breech, trapdoor, lockplate and hammer are a smooth dark color; trigger guard retains 60% blue; edges and markings are sharp and clear. Stock is sound with minor marks, lovely grain and color, and perhaps a later coat of finish as no inspector's mark is present. Action is strong and smooth; bore is mostly shiny with defined rifling. Fewer than 3,000 of these 1873-77 carbines were made, making them quite scarce and desirable today. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1873/1877 Infantry Rifle Springfield Model 1873/1877 Infantry Rifle

Springfield Model 1873/1877 Infantry Rifle

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 700)

Springfield Model 1873/1877 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle, with bayonet, scabbard and frog, #458567, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel with block-blade front sight (doubles as bayonet lug) and Buffington rear sight (stamped ''R'' for Rifle), marked ''V/P/(eagle head)/P'' and ''A'' at breech; trapdoor is marked ''US/Model/1873'' at hinge; flat lockplate is marked ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''US/Springfield'' ahead of hammer; steel furniture includes two-piece trigger guard with sling swivel at front, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, two spring-retained bands (top with stacking swivel), nosecap, and slotted button-tip ramrod; oil-stained walnut fullstock. This is the transitional Model 1877 rifle having a longer stock comb, low-arch breechblock, and no ''1873'' lockplate date. Condition is very good, the metal surfaces retaining approx. 85% original military-style blue (with light aging to barrel and highpoint losses to buttplate), dark color to case hardened lock, and smooth wood having pleasing grain and color (likely having been sanded and stained, as it is lacking inspector's markings); rear sight is a later addition. Action is crisp and smooth; bore shines with scattered erosion and deep rifling. Bayonet retains 85% original blue with occasional discoloration and is marked ''U.S.'' over ''E'' at throat, scabbard is mostly gunmetal gray, black leather frog is sound showing light age and has a large brass ''US'' rosette. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 700)

Antique Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Single-Shot Infantry Rifle, #485182, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel with block-blade front (doubles as bayonet lug) and adjustable folding-leaf Buffington (correctly marked ''R'' for Rifle) rear sight, marked ''V/P/(eagle head)/P'' and ''A'' at breech; hinged trapdoor breechblock is marked ''U.S./Model/1884'' at front; flat lockplate is marked ''(spread-wing eagle with shield)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' below latch; steel mountings include two spring-retained barrel bands (top with stacking swivel), two-piece trigger guard with sling swivel at front, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, nosecap, and slotted button-tip ramrod; one-piece oil-stained walnut fullstock has a sharp ''SWP'' (Samuel W. Porter) over ''1890'' script inspector's cartouche opposite lock. Mfg'd ca. 1886-91. Condition is near excellent. Barrel retains approx. 90% smooth thinning military blue; barrel bands, trigger guard and nosecap show deep glossy original blue; trapdoor retains mottled case colors; hammer, latch and lockplate are dark; buttplate retains all blue to top tang but is otherwise gunmetal gray. Stock is solid with only minor age-use marks, sharp ''N'' and encircled ''P'' proofs at belly, and very pleasing grain and color. Sharp edges and clear markings throughout; action is strong; bore shines with light frosting toward muzzle and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,600-$1,800. (Antique)

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Antique Large-Bore Underhammer Perc. Pistol Antique Large-Bore Underhammer Perc. Pistol

Antique Large-Bore Underhammer Perc. Pistol

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 700)

Antique Large-Bore Underhammer Single-Shot Saw-Handle Percussion Pistol, unmarked but by Blunt & Syms of New York, NVSN, approx. .48 cal., 4.75'' round-to-octagonal barrel, post front sight, knurled cannon turnings at muzzle and round-octagon juncture; undecorated saw-handle iron frame has a raised-notch rear sight on the long, flat sighting plane, hammer and trigger located beneath, and integral grip straps; two-piece varnished walnut grips have a raised molding at oval butt. Mfg'd ca. 1840s-50s. Condition is very good+. Barrel retains traces of original blue on the flats, otherwise the metal is smooth gunmetal gray with sharp edges and light black powder pitting in area of the percussion nipple. Grips are sound and smooth with nice grain, small chips at right toe and heel, and a later coat of varnish. Action is tight and smooth; bore is clean with etching toward muzzle and deep rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Antique Rupertus 8-Shot Pepperbox Pistol Antique Rupertus 8-Shot Pepperbox Pistol

Antique Rupertus 8-Shot Pepperbox Pistol

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 700)

Antique Jacob Rupertus 8-Shot Revolving Pepperbox Pistol, #2640, .22 RF cal., blued 3'' round fluted and tapered barrel group, has a removable steel ejector rod with knurled head in its center; silver-plated brass frame has the circular marking ''Rupertus' Patent/July 19th, 1864'' on left side and ''Rupertus' Pat. Pistol Mfg. Co./Philada.'' on right, a rotating steel breech with hinged loading gate (acts as a safety), spurtrigger sheath and integral gripstraps; two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd 1860s, in a quantity of about 3,000 pistols. Condition is very good+. The barrel group shows traces of original blue but is mostly gunmetal gray with scattered light peppering at breech, the frame retains approx. 85% tarnished silver-plate. Grips are smooth and solid with much original finish. Action is fine; smoothbores are clean and bright with scattered light etching at muzzles. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Antique Lindsay's ''Young America'' Perc. Pistol Antique Lindsay's ''Young America'' Perc. Pistol

Antique Lindsay's ''Young America'' Perc. Pistol

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 700)

Antique Lindsay's ''Young America'' Superposed 2-Shot Single Barrel Percussion Pistol, #1000, .41 cal., 4'' octagonal-to-square barrel with blade front and deep top-groove rear sights, marked ''Lindsay's/Young-America/Manf'd. by/J.P. Lindsay Man'fg. Co./New-York'' amid fine floral engraving on right side, and a scene of flags, banners and bugles flanked by a recumbent lion on left, and a rearing spread-wing eagle on right, on opposite side; brass frame has twin triggers, integral spurtrigger sheath and gripstraps; two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. early 1860s, in only a few hundred guns. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finish but are smooth and clean with sharp markings and engraving; grips retain much original finish. Action is crisp; smoothbore is bright. Est.: $750-$1,500. (Antique)

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Smith Patent Revolving 2-Barrel Pocket Pistol Smith Patent Revolving 2-Barrel Pocket Pistol

Smith Patent Revolving 2-Barrel Pocket Pistol

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 700)

Antique English Smith Patent Revolving Two-Barrel Percussion Pocket Pistol, #GB-680, approx. .42 cal., 3'' octagonal barrel group with small post front sights has British proof marks, engraving at muzzles, and ser. no.; brass frame has an internal striker to detonate percussion caps, a graceful right-side cocking lever, folding trigger that drops on cocking, delicate floral engraving and bordering with ''Smith/Patent'' within a right-side ribbon, and integral gripstraps; varnished finely-checkered dark hardwood bag-style grips have a floral engraved German silver buttcap and a vacant oval wrist inlay. Mfg'd ca. 1830s-60s, originally with silver plated barrels and gold-plated frame. Condition is very good+. Barrel group retains traces of silver but is mostly smooth gunmetal gray; frame retains good traces of gold plating; edges, engraving and markings are sharp. Grips are sound with sharp checkering, a few handling/use marks (mainly to right side), fit well, and retain much original varnish. Action is smooth; barrels rotate freely and are secure; smoothbores shine. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Minn. Fire Arms Co. ''The Protector'' Palm Pistol Minn. Fire Arms Co. ''The Protector'' Palm Pistol

Minn. Fire Arms Co. ''The Protector'' Palm Pistol

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 700)

Antique Minneapolis Fire Arms Co. ''The Protector'' Palm or ''Squeezer'' Pistol, #2939, .32 CF cal., 1.75'' round-to-octagonal barrel is unmarked and made without sights; 2.25'' round body with 7-shot internal rotary chambers, has finely-checkered brown hard rubber screw-off sideplates that are marked ''The Protector/Minn. Fire Arms Co.'' on left side inner metal ring, and ''(star) Patented March 6, 1883 (star)'' on right; top-hinged, spring-actuated squeezer grip at rear has bottom push-bar that cocks and fires the pistol. Originally with full nickel-plated finish. Condition is excellent. Metal retains approx. 97% original bright nickel (with 5 or 6 tiny spots of finish puckering), hard rubber sideplates are perfect. Action works as designed; smoothbore is spotless; the gun is probably unfired. Unlike its slightly larger cousin, the Chicago Palm Pistol, this was made without a matching, checkered hard rubber grip pad; only about 3,000 were mfg'd ca. 1891-92. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Antique Eben T. Starr 5th Model 4-Barrel Pepperbox Antique Eben T. Starr 5th Model 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Antique Eben T. Starr 5th Model 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 700)

Antique Eben T. Starr 5th Model 4-Barrel Button-Trigger Pepperbox, NVSN, .32 RF cal., 2.75'' tip-up barrel group with tiny pin front sight, marked only ''7/K'' beneath; brass frame with same marking, has a distinctive standing breech with sequentially-revolving firing pin, right-side hammer, left-side push-button barrel release, checkered button trigger, a large left-side circular sideplate marked ''Starr's Pat's/May 10, 1864'', and integral gripstraps; one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1864-69, originally with blued barrel group and silver-plated frame. Condition is very good. Barrel retains traces of original blue and a smooth blue-brown tone; brass retains no original finish but is smooth and clean; all edges and markings are sharp. Grips are smooth with light highpoint wear, handling marks, and an added coat of varnish. Action is smooth; bores are clean with faint rifling; barrel hinge is sound. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)

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Antique Sharps No. 4-B 4-Barrel Pepperbox Antique Sharps No. 4-B 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Antique Sharps No. 4-B 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 700)

Antique Sharps No. 4-B Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol, with chamois sleeve-type holster and two-piece box, #8328, .32 Long RF cal., blued 2.5'' barrel cluster has tiny pin front sight, slides forward for cartridge loading/extraction; case hardened iron frame with integral spurtrigger sheath and ''bird's head'' gripstraps, marked ''C. Sharps Patent/Jan 25, 1859'' on right side, has a left-side barrel release button and a central hammer with sequential rotating firing pin; two-piece varnished rosewood grips. Mfg'd ca. 1859-74. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 80% glossy original blue, the frame has hints of case colors but is mostly smooth gunmetal gray. Grips are smooth and solid with 60% varnish. Action is tight and smooth; bores are bright with sharp rifling; barrel lockup is secure. Chamois holster is sound and nice; un-partitioned box is perhaps made of molded leather with a pleasing antique walnut finish. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Moore's Pat. No. 1 ''Crab Claw'' Derringer Moore's Pat. No. 1 ''Crab Claw'' Derringer

Moore's Pat. No. 1 ''Crab Claw'' Derringer

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 700)

Antique Moore's Patent No. 1 ''Crab Claw'' Single Shot Spurtrigger Derringer, #1107, .41 RF cal., 2.5'' teardrop-shaped barrel with blade front sight, marked ''Moore's Pat. F.A. Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.'' on top flat, twists to side on bottom hinge for cartridge loading/extraction; brass (or bronze) frame has integral spurtrigger sheath and bag grips, right-side barrel release button, hammer with distinctive knurled split-spur sighting notch. Pistol features overall floral scroll engraving, plus fletched arrows on either side of barrel, a peony-like flower atop the breech, checkered oval panels on grip sides, and a large, fancy shield-shaped panel enclosing checkering along the backstrap. Mfg'd ca. 1860-65, likely originally with blued barrel and silver-plated frame. Condition is very good+. Metal surfaces retain no original finish, but are smooth and clean with sharp markings and engraving and light wear. Action is smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling; barrel hinge is tight. This First Model is scarce as only about 3,000 were mfg'd. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Antique E. Allen & Co. Vest Pocket Derringer Antique E. Allen & Co. Vest Pocket Derringer

Antique E. Allen & Co. Vest Pocket Derringer

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 700)

Antique E. Allen & Co. ''Vest Pocket'' Single Shot Spurtrigger Derringer, #26487, .22 RF cal., 2.25'' round-to-octagonal barrel has a tiny knurled ring at juncture and no sights, pivots right for loading/extraction, marked ''E. Allen & Co. Makers'' on top flat; frame with integral spurtrigger sheath and ''bird's head'' grip straps two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1869-71, originally with full nickel-plate finish. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% original smooth and bright nickel, with one 1/8'' spot at left barrel side. Grips shows very light highpoint wear and most original varnish. Action is smooth and tight; smoothbore is bright with very light erosion toward muzzle; barrel hinge is sound. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)*

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Antique Frank Wesson 2-Barrel ''Watch Fob'' Pistol Antique Frank Wesson 2-Barrel ''Watch Fob'' Pistol

Antique Frank Wesson 2-Barrel ''Watch Fob'' Pistol

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 700)

Antique Frank Wesson Small Frame Superposed 2-Barrel ''Watch Fob'' Pistol, 2nd Type, #1621, .22 Short RF cal., 2'' octagonal barrel group marked with maker's name, address and ''Dec 15/68'' patent date, revolves on center axis to load/eject; brass frame has bottom barrel release button, integral spurtrigger sheath and ''bird's head'' grip straps, hammer with hole in thumb spur to hang from a watch chain; two-piece varnished rosewood grips. Mfg'd ca. 1868-80. Condition is very good. Metal surfaces retain no original finish but are smooth and clean with sharp markings. Grips have light marks but retain most original finish. Action is smooth; bores are bright with defined rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)*

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American Arms Co. O/U Derringer American Arms Co. O/U Derringer

American Arms Co. O/U Derringer

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 700)

American Arms Co. Over/Under Double-Barrel Spurtrigger Derringer, #454, .32 RF cal., 2.625'' ''octagonal'' two-barrel group with two blade front sights, marked ''America Arms Co. Boston, Mass.'' on one top flat, and ''Pat. Oct. 31, 1865 - June 19, 1866'' on the other; brass frame has single hammer, bottom barrel release button, integral spurtrigger sheath and ''bird's head'' gripstraps, is marked ''454'' on butt; two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca.1866-78, originally with blued barrel and silver-plated frame. Condition is very good. Barrel group retains no original finish, but is gunmetal gray having overall light erosion; frame retains perhaps 70% tarnished silver. Grips are smooth with 50% original finish; sharp edges and clear markings. Action is tight and smooth; bores are bright with etching at muzzles and sharp rifling. These are scarce today, as only about 1,500 in this caliber and configuration were made 150 years ago. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Antique XL Derringer Pocket Pistol Antique XL Derringer Pocket Pistol

Antique XL Derringer Pocket Pistol

Lot #54 (Sale Order 54 of 700)

Antique ''XL Derringer'' Single-Shot Spurtrigger Cartridge Pocket Pistol, #493, .41 RF cal., 2-9/16'' octagonal barrel with blade front sight pivots to side for loading/auto extraction, marked ''XL Derringer'' on top flat and ''Pat. Apr. 5, 1870'' on left angled flat; iron frame has standing breech, central hammer, integral spurtrigger sheath and ''bird's head'' gripstraps; two-piece varnished rosewood grips. Mfg'd ca. 1870s, originally with blued barrel and nickel-plated frame. Condition is near fine. Barrel retains traces of original blue and is a smooth gunmetal tone; frame retains 96% bright original plating, with very light speckling to right side; hammer shows muted case colors. Grips are smooth showing light wear and much original varnish. Action is crisp; bore is bright with light frosting and sharp rifling; barrel hinge is sound; edges and markings are sharp. Made by Hopkins & Allen, these ''XL Derringers'' are quite scarce, as only approx. 2,000 were mfg'd. 150 years ago; iron frame examples like this one are even scarcer and more desirable. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Antique E. Allen & Co. Single-Shot Derringer Antique E. Allen & Co. Single-Shot Derringer

Antique E. Allen & Co. Single-Shot Derringer

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 700)

Antique E. Allen & Co. Single-Shot Breechloading Spurtrigger Derringer, 1st Model, #24, .41 RF cal., 2.5'' round-to-octagonal barrel with small blade front sight, marked ''E. Allen & Co. Worcester, Mass./Allen's Pat. Mch. 7, 1865'' on top, pivots to side for cartridge loading/auto extraction; iron frame has integral spurtrigger sheath and gripstraps; two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd 1865-71, originally with full-blued finish. Condition is very good. Barrel retains much glossy, deep blue on round section, especially underneath, and good traces elsewhere mixed with smooth gunmetal gray; frame shows no original finish, but is smooth gunmetal gray; all edges and markings are sharp. Grips are sound and smooth with 96% original finish. Action is tight and crisp; bore is clean with light frosting toward breech and sharp rifling; barrel hinge is sound. Only about 2,000 of these distinctive derringers were mfg'd. 150 years ago, making them quite scarce today. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)

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Antique Sharps No. 1-C 4-Barrel Pepperbox Antique Sharps No. 1-C 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Antique Sharps No. 1-C 4-Barrel Pepperbox

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 700)

Antique Sharps No. 1-C Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol, #2846, .22 RF cal., blued 2.5'' barrel cluster has tiny pin front sight, slides forward for cartridge loading/extraction; silver-plated brass frame with integral spurtrigger sheath and gripstraps, has a circular ''C. Sharps/Patent 1859'' marking on left side, and ''C. Sharps & Co./Philada. PA'' on right, a front barrel release button, and hammer with sequential rotating firing pin; varnished one-piece rosewood grips. Mfg'd ca. 1859-74. Condition is near fine. Barrel retains traces of original finish, mixing with a smooth gunmetal gray; frame retains 85%-90% original silver-plate, darkened with tarnish. Grips are smooth and solid with highpoint wear at butt sides and retain most of their glossy varnish. Action is tight and smooth; bores are bright with distinct rifling; barrel sliding mechanism is secure and tight. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Remington-Rider Pocket Revolver Remington-Rider Pocket Revolver

Remington-Rider Pocket Revolver

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 700)

Antique Remington-Rider Double Action Pocket Revolver, #182, .32 RF cal., 2.25'' octagonal barrel with pin front sight is unmarked; plain 5-shot round cylinder with rear conversion plate; solid frame with long top strap sighting groove, has integral gripstraps and a separate loop trigger guard, blued hammer and trigger; two-piece checkered brown hard rubber grips. Mfg'd post-1873, originally in full-nickel plate finish with fire-blued hammer and trigger. Condition is near fine. Barrel and cylinder retain approx. 75% original nickel with scattered light speckling; the frame, straps and trigger guard retain approx. 96% of what may be a professional refinish (but difficult to determine, even under very close examination); hammer and trigger show bright fire-blue. Grips are smooth and show no wear. Action is crisp and tight; bore is bright with sharp rifling, as are cylinder bores. This pistol left the Remington factory as a cartridge gun (not altered from percussion), as it has a hammer that will work with either percussion or cartridge cylinders, and no recoil shield capping groove; its limited production (only about 2,000 of both types) and factory short barrel make it all the more desirable. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Antique Remington New Model Pocket Revolver

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 700)

Antique Remington ''New Model Pocket'' Single Action Spurtrigger Revolver, #22650, .32 RF cal., 3.5'' octagonal barrel with blade front sight, marked with maker's name, address, 1858-63 patent dates, and ''New Model'' in three lines on top flat, has hinged loading lever beneath; plain round 5-shot cylinder with conversion plate at rear; solid frame with long top sighting groove, integral spurtrigger sheath and grip straps; plain varnished one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd post-1873, originally with full nickel-plate finish. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% smooth bright nickel, the only loss being to the trigger guard, which retains perhaps 50% nickel (difficult to discern as colors match closely). Grips are smooth and solid with lovely rosewood-like grain and color and 90% glossy original varnish. All edges and markings are sharp. Action is crisp and tight; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Merwin, Hulbert Pocket Army Single Action Revolver Merwin, Hulbert Pocket Army Single Action Revolver

Merwin, Hulbert Pocket Army Single Action Revolver

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 700)

Antique Indian Wars Era Merwin, Hulbert & Co. ''Pocket Army'' Single Action Revolver, #3003, .44-40 CF cal., 3.25'' barrel with integral blade front sight pivots right to open, marked ''Hopkins & Allen M'fg. Co., Norwich, Conn. U.S.A.'' followed by 1874-75-76-77 patent dates in two lines on left side; 6-shot cylinder having central ''scoop'' flutes; open-top frame with integral notch rear sight at top, marked ''Calibre/Winchester/1873'' on left side and ''Merwin, Hulbert & Co. N.Y./Pocket Army'' on right, has loading gate on right that slides downward for cartridge loading/extraction, and integral ''bird's head'' grips, straps with ''skull cracker'' butt having a lanyard hole; checkered two-piece hard rubber grips. Mfg'd ca. 1876-1880s, originally with full nickel-plate finish, case hardened hammer and trigger guard, and fire-blue trigger. Condition is near excellent retaining almost 99% smooth bright nickel with a minute bit of pinpricking at butt, muted case colors, and bright blue on trigger and hammer. Grips have sharp checkering and light highpoint wear, but no chips, cracks or losses. All edges and markings are sharp. Action is strong and smooth (but cylinder does not fully lock when hammer is down; lockup is tight when cocked); bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,400-$1,800. (Antique)*

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Antique Remington New Model Pocket Revolver

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 700)

Antique Remington New Model Pocket Single Action Spurtrigger Revolver, #5114, .32 RF cal., 4.5'' octagonal barrel with blade front sight, marked with maker's name, address, 1858-63 patent dates, and ''New Model'' in three lines on top flat, has hinged loading lever underneath; plain round 5-shot cylinder with conversion plate at rear; solid frame with long top sighting groove, integral spurtrigger sheath and gripstraps; plain varnished one-piece walnut grips. Mfg'd post-1873, originally with full nickel-plate finish, case hardened hammer and fire-blue trigger. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 90%-92% smooth bright nickel having minor losses at muzzle, rear of top strap and one area of cylinder; hammer with muted case colors and light left-side pitting, trigger with bright blue. Grips are smooth and solid with a few handling marks to left side and most original varnish. Sharp edges and markings. Action is smooth and tight; bore is bright with light pitting toward muzzle and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Antique Colt ''New Line'' Pocket Revolver Antique Colt ''New Line'' Pocket Revolver

Antique Colt ''New Line'' Pocket Revolver

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 700)

Antique Colt ''New Line'' .41 Caliber Spurtrigger Pocket Revolver, #6916, .41 RF cal., 2.25'' barrel with blade front sight marked with maker's name and address on top, ''Pat. Sept. 15, 1874/6916'' in tiny letters beneath, and ''Colt New 41'' in an etched panel on left side; fluted round 5-shot cylinder; solid frame with integral spurtrigger sheath and ''bird's head'' gripstraps, marked ''41 Cal'' on left side, has knurled cylinder pin that doubles as ejector rod; two-piece varnished rosewood grips. Mfg'd ca. 1877, originally with full nickel-plated finish. Condition is near excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 96% bright original nickel. Grips have nice grain and color, light highpoint wear, and 93% original finish; barrel etching and other markings are sharp. Action is smooth; bore is bright with scattered light etching and sharp rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Stevens New Model No. 40 Single-Shot Pocket Rifle Stevens New Model No. 40 Single-Shot Pocket Rifle

Stevens New Model No. 40 Single-Shot Pocket Rifle

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 700)

Stevens New Model No. 40 Single-Shot Pocket Rifle, with matching-number skeleton shoulder stock, #30628, .22 RF cal., 10'' round-to-octagonal barrel, hooded combination bead-blade front and folding sliding-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name and address on top flat and ser. no. at left breech, has auto extraction; iron frame has central hammer, left-side barrel release button, separate loop trigger guard, and integral gripstraps with two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1896-1916, originally with blued barrel and trigger, case hardened hammer, nickel-plated frame, straps and shoulder stock. Condition is excellent. Barrel and trigger retain approx. 92% blue with wear at muzzle, muted case colors to hammer, 90% bright nickel showing wear and minor roughening to frame sides and bottom. Shoulder stock is in matching condition. Grips are sound and smooth with much finish remaining. Markings and edges are sharp, action is smooth, bore is brilliant with defined rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)

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Antique Colt ''Lightning'' Medium Frame Carbine Antique Colt ''Lightning'' Medium Frame Carbine

Antique Colt ''Lightning'' Medium Frame Carbine

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 700)

Antique Colt ''Lightning'' Medium Frame Saddle Ring Carbine, #54679, .44-40 CF cal., 20'' tapered barrel with standard sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1883-85-86-87 patent dates on top, and ''44 Cal.'' at left breech; 12-shot mag tube beneath; receiver has sliding top ejection-port cover, integral loop trigger guard and left-side saddle ring, marked ''54679'' on lower tang; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, sliding grip-forend with checkered panel, buttstock with curved steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1891, originally in full-blued finish. Condition is very good, the barrel and mag. tube showing an overall gunmetal patina with scattered roughness and traces of blue, the receiver with 50% thinning blue. Stocks are solid and smooth with scattered light marks (esp. left wrist), sharp checkering, and an added coat of varnish. Action is smooth; bore is clean showing scattered roughness and sharp rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 700)

Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle, #103150A, .32 WCF (.32-20) CF cal., 30'' octagonal barrel with buckhorn style sights, marked with the maker's name, address and ''King's Improvement-Patented-March 29, 1856, October 16, 1860'' in two lines on top flat, and ''32-Cal'' at breech; full-length mag. tube below; receiver has brass cartridge lifter marked ''32 Cal'' on bottom, sliding top dustcover, right-side loading port, loop cocking lever, is marked ''Model 1873'' flanked by flourishes at top tang, and ser. no. on bottom tang; varnished walnut forend and matching buttstock with crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1882, originally in full-blued finish with case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good, the metal surfaces retaining very little finish but having a smooth blue-brown patina, sharp edges and markings. Stocks are sound showing marks commensurate with age and use, fit well, have nice grain and color and retain much finish. Action is smooth; bore is shiny showing overall light etching and defined rifling. Quite desirable with this long 30'' barrel. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)*

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Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 700)

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, 3rd Model, #178249A. .44 WCF (.44-40) cal., 20'' round barrel with standard sights, marked with maker's name, address and King's patent dates in two lines on top flat, and ''44 W.C.F.'' at breech; full-length mag tube is retained by a barrel band; receiver with loop operating lever, right-side loading, top ejection and saddle ring and stud at left, marked ''Model 1873'' followed by feather-like flourishes on upper tang and ser. no. on lower, brass cartridge lifter is unmarked; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with single barrel band, buttstock with steel carbine buttplate having a sliding door opening to trap in butt. Mfg'd ca. 1885, with full-blued finish but for case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain traces of blue in protected places turning smooth brown, the balance of the metal generally an overall gunmetal gray having scattered discoloration and erosion (esp. at frame top and buttplate), and darkened case colors. Stocks are sound showing attractive grain, minor handling marks (shallow gouge at bottom of forend) and smooth finish. Edges and markings are sharp; action is smooth; bore is dark showing deep erosion and good rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)*

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Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 700)

Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, #131490, .32 WCF (.32-20) cal., 24-3/8'' octagonal barrel, standard open rifle sights, marked with maker's name and address on top flat and the caliber at breech; full-length mag tube beneath; receiver has loop operating lever that drops breech for auto cartridge loading and top ejection, is marked ''Model 1892/Winchester/Pat. Oct. 14, 1884'' at top tang and ser. no. at bottom front; oil-finished walnut forearm with steel nosecap and matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1896, in full blued finish. Condition is fine. Barrel retains approx. 95% original blue, receiver 75%, buttplate is a smooth dark gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid and smooth with light use-handling marks and an added coat of varnish. All edges and markings are sharp; action is smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Octagon barrel '92s are scarce and collectible. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Antique)*

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Antique Marlin Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle Antique Marlin Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle

Antique Marlin Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 700)

Antique Marlin Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle, #152202, .40-65 CF cal., 26.5'' octagonal barrel with dovetailed bead front and adjustable buckhorn rear sight, marked with maker's name, address and patent dates in two lines ahead of rear sight, and ''40-65'' behind; full-length under-barrel magazine tube; solid frame with right-side cartridge ejection marked ''Marlin Safety'' flanked by feather-like finials on top, ''Model/1895'' on top tang, and ''152202'' at bottom front; loop operating lever; varnished walnut stocks have near-deluxe grain and checkered panels at forearm and wrist, steel nosecap and crescent rifle buttplate. Mfg'd pre-1896. Condition is fine. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 92% blue; receiver, lever and hammer show hints of case colors but have mostly silvered out; buttplate is a smooth gunmetal gray. Stocks are smooth showing only minor age/use marks, moderately worn forearm checkering, lovely grain and color, and most of what may be a later light varnish finish. Action is smooth and sure; bore is bright with sharp rifling. The Model 1895s, with their large hunting calibers, relatively low production (about 18,000 guns) and this one's perhaps special-ordered barrel length, are considered scarce and desirable. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Antique Marlin M.1894 Deluxe Takedown Rifle Antique Marlin M.1894 Deluxe Takedown Rifle

Antique Marlin M.1894 Deluxe Takedown Rifle

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 700)

Antique Marlin Model 1894 Deluxe Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #128445, .32-20 CF cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed long German-silver blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89-93 patent dates on top flat and ''32-N.'' at breech, has full-length mag tube below; receiver with takedown thumb release at front and loop operating lever that drops action open for cartridge chambering and right-side ejection, marked ''Model/1894'' on upper tang and ser. no. at lower front; two-piece deluxe-grain varnished walnut stocks, forend with checkered panel and steel nosecap, matching pistol-grip buttstock checkered at wrists with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1895, originally with blued barrel and mag tube, case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is excellent. Barrel, mag tube and nosecap retain approx. 90% smooth original blue; receiver, lever and hammer show nicely age-mottled case colors, buttplate is gunmetal gray with faint case colors. Stocks are smooth and solid with lovely grain and coloration and most original varnish (tiny chip at right frame juncture). Takedown lockup is tight; action is crisp; bore is bright overall with sharp rifling. This Deluxe Takedown '94 is a real collector's prize. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)*

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Marlin Model 1891 1st Type Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 1891 1st Type Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 1891 1st Type Lever Action Rifle

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 700)

Antique Marlin Model 1891 1st Type Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #59602, .22 S-L-LR RF cal., 24'' octagonal barrel with dovetailed blade front and notched rear sights, is marked with the maker's name, address and 1878-89-90 patent dates in two lines ahead of rear sight; half-length under-barrel mag tube; solid frame with right-side cartridge loading and ejection ports and knurled takedown knob is marked ''Marlin Safety'' flanked by feather-like finials on top, and ''59602'' at bottom front; loop operating lever; varnished walnut stocks with steel nosecap and crescent rifle buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1895. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain perhaps 30% thin finish darkening to blue/brown; receiver, nosecap and buttplate are dark gunmetal gray; lever and hammer show hints of case colors but are mostly silvered out. Stocks are smooth and solid showing scattered age/use marks and darkening, and most of an added varnish finish. Action is smooth; bore is bright with shallow rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)*

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Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Revolver Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Revolver

Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Revolver

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 700)

Colt Model 1877 ''Thunderer'' Double Action Revolver, #155393, .41 Colt CF cal., 4.5'' barrel with ejector and standard sights, marked with maker's name and Hartford address in two lines on top, and ''Colt D.A. 41'' on left side; long-fluted round 6-shot cylinder; solid frame has right-side loading gate (batch numbered ''317''), is marked with the three-line 1871-74-75 patent dates and encircled ''Rampant Colt'' logo on left side; characteristic ''saw handle'' steel gripstraps have two-piece finely-checkered hard rubber ''bird's head'' grips with Rampant Colt in an oval panel at top. Mfg'd ca. 1904, with blue and case hardened finishes. Condition is near excellent. Barrel, ejector rod and cylinder retain approx. 95% deep, glossy original Colt blue, as do the trigger guard loop and backstrap top apron; frame shows case colors (strong in places); hammer (sides polished bright) and trigger show much fire-blue, as do several screw heads. Grips show light highpoint wear with sharp checkering and fit well. All edges and markings are sharp; action is smooth and sure; bore is bright with occasional light frosting and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Antique Colt 1873 Single Action Army Revolver Antique Colt 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Antique Colt 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 700)

Antique Indian Wars Era Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Cavalry Revolver, ''U.S.'' and ''D.F.C.'' marked, #119031, .45 Colt CF cal., 7.5'' barrel, integral blade front sight and right-side cartridge ejector rod, fluted round cylinder marked ''9031'' on periphery and ''2'' on rear face; solid frame has the early-style cylinder pin retaining screw and right-side hinged loading gate (batch marked ''109''), marked with the three-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and ''U.S.'' on left, and ''D.F.C.'' ahead of front screw; steel gripstraps are fitted with one-piece walnut grips bearing an ''1887/JGB'' (U.S. Ordnance inspector Capt. John G. Butler) script cartouche at left, script ''DFC'' (sub-inspector David. F. Clark) on right, tiny ''D.F.C.'' at left butt and three notches at right butt. Mfg'd 1887, originally with blued barrel, cylinder and gripstraps, case hardened frame and oil-stained grips. Condition is very good. Barrel address is obscured by pitting from holster carry and likely refinishing, ejector rod has the later crescent-shaped head; cylinder retains approx. 80% of what appears to be thin original blue; frame shows mottled original case colors at front, the balance being silvered out; hammer blued with polished sides. Gripstraps have been reblued; grips appear original, fit very well, have a quarter-inch chip at right toe, are solid, smooth and show light but very good markings for a military revolver. Visible serial numbers match, markings overall are clear (but for barrel address), revolver in the main appears original and correct. Action is smooth and sure; bore is bright with sharp rifling and etching toward muzzle. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)*

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Colt Bisley Model Single Action Revolver Colt Bisley Model Single Action Revolver

Colt Bisley Model Single Action Revolver

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 700)

Colt Bisley Model Single Action Revolver, with waist belt and holster, #263213, .41 Colt CF cal., 5.5'' round barrel with standard sights, marked with maker's name and Hartford address in one line on top, and ''(Bisley Model) 41 Colt'' on left side; fluted 6-shot round cylinder; solid frame has right-side loading gate (batch numbered ''237''), characteristic low hammer spur, 2-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and an encircled ''Rampant Colt'' logo on left side; ''humped'' steel gripstraps have two-piece checkered hard rubber grips with Rampant Colt in an oval relief panel at top. Mfg'd ca. 1905, originally in full blue with case hardened frame and hammer. Condition is fine. Blued surfaces retain approx. 85% dulling/thinning military style blue (having highpoint wear but mainly missing from gripstraps); frame and hammer show mottled case colors fading to silver. Grips with minor wear to checkering and design, a 1/8'' bump at right-side butt, and fit well. Edges and markings are crisp; action is smooth; bore is brilliant with scattered frosting and sharp rifling. Russet leather belt and holster are very good. Only 3,159 Bisleys were made in this caliber. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Cattle Brand Engraved Single Action Army Revolver Colt Cattle Brand Engraved Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Cattle Brand Engraved Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 700)

Colt Cattle Brand Engraved Single Action Army Revolver, #293499, .45 Colt cal., 4.75'' two-line address barrel, nickel plated over cattle brand engraving, with two-piece stag grips. In nicely border tooled and studded belt and holster rig, signed ''R.S. Giles, Virginia City, Mont. Terr.'' Includes letter from master engraver David W. Harris authenticating his engraving on this 1st generation Colt. Mfg'd 1907. Engraving features approx. 80% coverage to metal surfaces, leaving only the forward strap void of decoration. Condition is excellent showing even wear with minor scratches. Revolver is not signed under ejector rod or grips. Good action, fine bore. Holster rig is in excellent condition. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 700)

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #34758, .45-90 CF cal., 26'' octagonal (perhaps No. 2) barrel, buckhorn type rifle sights, marked with maker's name and address on top and caliber at breech, has button mag tube beneath; receiver with loop operating lever that drops action open for cartridge chambering-top ejection, marked ''Model 1886'' on upper tang, two-line 1884-85 patent dates and ser. no. on lower; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with steel nosecap, buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1889, originally with blued barrel and mag tube, case hardened receiver, lever, nosecap and buttplate. Condition is about good as completely refinished in deep black-blue. Stocks are smooth and solid with an added thin coat of varnish. Action is crisp; bore shows overall black-powder etching and defined rifling. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 700)

Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #149798, .33 WCF cal., 24'' tapered round barrel with buckhorn rifle sights, marked with maker's name and address, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' and caliber on left side, has short mag. tube beneath with ''Pat. June 6, 1893'' release lever; receiver with loop operating lever that drops action open for cartridge chambering-top ejection, marked ''Model 1886/Winchester'' and trade mark pat. off. info on upper tang, two-line 1884-85 patent dates and ser. no. on lower; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with steel nosecap, buttstock with grooved hard rubber ''Remington Arms Co.'' shotgun-style buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1910, originally in full blued finish with case hardened lever and hammer. Condition is very good, the barrel retaining approx. 50% blue thinning and mixing with brown patina, receiver is gunmetal gray, lever and hammer show faded case colors. Stocks are smooth and solid with minimal handling marks and an added thin coat of finish, buttplate is a replacement. Take-down lockup is tight; edges and markings are fine; action is crisp; bore is clean showing overall black-powder etching and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Antique Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Sporting Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Sporting Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Sporting Rifle

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 700)

Antique Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Lever Action Sporting Rifle, #23299, .45-70 CF cal., blued 30'' heavy octagonal barrel (likely No. 3) with dovetailed bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name and address on top flat and ''45-70'' at breech; case hardened ''Thinside'' receiver with serpentine operating lever-trigger guard that drops action open for loading/extraction, has Lyman screw-adjustable top-tang sight, marked ''Pat Oct 7th 79'' and ''23299'' on lower tang; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, forend with ebony (or buffalo horn) wedge insert at Schnabel tip, buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1888. Condition is fine+, the barrel retaining approx. 85% smooth original blue, thinning at highpoints, the receiver with traces of case color but mostly silvered out, the lever showing softly mottled colors. Stocks are smooth and solid with only very minor handling marks, nice grain and color. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant having etching toward muzzle and sharp rifling. This one is a rare beauty, especially in this large ''buffalo'' caliber. Est.: $1,600-$2,400. (Antique)*

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Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 700)

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, #348129, .38 WCF (.38-40) cal., 24'' round barrel, standard open rifle sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date on top and caliber at breech; full-length mag tube beneath; receiver has loop operating lever that opens breech for auto cartridge chambering/top ejection, marked ''Model 1892/Winchester/Trade Mark'' on top tang and ser. no. at bottom front; oil-finished walnut forearm with steel nosecap and matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Factory letter states shipped from the warehouse Oct. 22, 1906. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 90% original blue with some thinning at wear areas (buttplate is dark gunmetal gray), sharp edges and markings. Stocks are solid and smooth and virtually unmarked, have lovely grain and coloring and retain most original finish. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with light frosting toward breech and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 700)

Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Rifle, #169067, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., 26'' octagonal barrel, buckhorn type rifle sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89-93 patent dates on top flat, ''30-30'' at breech, and ''Special Smokeless Steel'' on left angled flat; full-length tubular magazine below; receiver with right-side cartridge loading and ejection ports marked ''Marlin Safety'' flanked by feather-like finials on top, ''Model/1893'' on upper tang and ser. no. at bottom front, loop operating lever; varnished deluxe-grain walnut forend with steel nosecap, and matching pistol-grip buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd post-1904, originally with blued barrel and mag. tube, case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is near excellent, the barrel and mag. tube retaining approx. 90% original blue; receiver, lever and hammer show 65% case colors, scattered silvering and discoloration, buttplate has silvered out; edges and markings are sharp. Stocks are smooth and solid showing deluxe grain and a later coat of oil-stain finish. Action is smooth; bore is bright with light frosting at muzzle and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Marlin Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 700)

Marlin Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #204531, .44-40 CF cal., 32'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed open rifle sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89 patent dates on top flat and ''44 M'' at breech, has 3/4-length mag tube below; receiver with loop operating lever that drops action open for cartridge chambering and right-side ejection, marked ''Marlin Safety'' on top, ''Model/1894'' on upper tang and ser. no. at lower front; two-piece varnished walnut stocks, forend with steel nosecap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1900, originally with blued barrel and mag tube, case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good+. Barrel, mag tube and nosecap retain approx. 35% smooth original finish turning blue-brown; receiver, lever and hammer show softly mottled case colors, buttplate is gunmetal gray with muted case colors. Stocks are smooth and solid with much original finish. Action is crisp; bore is bright with light overall frosting and sharp rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 700)

Marlin Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, marked ''Policias Fiscales Chile,'' #386242, .44-40 CF cal., rare 15'' round ''Trapper'' length barrel with block-blade front and sliding leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89-93 patent dates on top, and caliber at breech; blued receiver with saddle ring and stud on left side is marked ''Policias Fiscales Chile'' (Chilean Fiscal Police) on top, ''Marlin/Model 94'' on top tang and ser. no. at lower front; loop operating lever opens breech for cocking and right-side ejection; varnished walnut forend is retained by a single barrel band, matching buttstock with steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd post-1906. Includes ATF approval letter. Condition is very good. Barrel and receiver retain perhaps 20% thin original blue blending into a smooth gray-brown patina, the balance of the metal is gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid with a left-side .75'' square x .125'' deep rectangular area routed out beneath the barrel band (perhaps for a lanyard), overall age/use marks, and likely a later coat of varnish (buttstock may be a replacement). Action is smooth; bore is clean with scattered etching and good rifling. Just 935 Model '94 carbines were mfg'd with short 15'' barrels; this one's police markings make it even more desirable. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (C&R)

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Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army Revolver Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 700)

Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #346924, .45 Colt cal., 5.5'' barrel, nickel finish, stag grips. Mfg'd 1924. Condition is fine retaining approx. 96% original factory nickel, with minor losses at muzzle and lower portion of backstrap; balance of finish with moderate micro-scratching overall. Period stag grips fit well with no losses. Good action with sharp notches to hammer; bore is fine. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 700)

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, #272501, .45 Colt CF cal., 4.75'' round barrel, right-side ejector and standard sights, marked with maker's name and Hartford address in two lines on top and ''45 Colt.'' at left side; fluted round 6-shot cylinder; solid frame has right-side loading gate (batch marked ''1271''), two-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and encircled ''Rampant Colt'' logo to left side; steel grip straps with two-piece plain ivory grips. Mfg'd ca. 1905, originally with blued barrel, cylinder and gripstraps, case hardened frame and hammer. Condition is fine. Barrel, ejector rod, cylinder and trigger retain approx. 70% smooth blue, trigger guard retains most blue (missing in grip area), backstrap has 50% blue to top apron, frame and hammer with mottled case colors in protected areas (but generally silvered out). Grips have lovely color and lightest wear with minor age cracks at butt, no damage, fit well and appear original. Visible serials match; edges and markings are sharp; action is tight and crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)

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Winchester M.1886 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester M.1886 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester M.1886 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 700)

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #121110, .38-56 WCF cal., 22'' round barrel with standard carbine sights, marked with maker's name and address on top and ''38-56 W.C.F.'' at breech, full mag tube beneath; receiver with loop operating lever that drops action open for cartridge chambering-top ejection, has left-side saddle ring, marked ''Model 1886'' on upper tang, two-line 1884-85 patent dates and ser. no. on lower; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, forend held by a single barrel band, buttstock with steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1900. Condition is very good, the barrel and mag tube showing overall gunmetal gray with scattered light spotting and 10% original blue, the case hardened receiver and lever having mostly silvered out. Stocks are smooth and solid with moderate handling marks, and an added coat of varnish. Action is crisp; bore is clean showing overall etching (heavier toward muzzle) and sharp rifling. The '86 Carbine is quite uncommon. Est.: $3,000-$4,000. (C&R)

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Marlin M.93 Lever Action Short Rifle or Carbine Marlin M.93 Lever Action Short Rifle or Carbine

Marlin M.93 Lever Action Short Rifle or Carbine

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 700)

Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Short Rifle or Carbine, #A762, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., 20'' half round-half octagonal barrel, buckhorn type sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89-93 patent dates on top flat, ''30-30'' at breech, and ''Special Smokeless Steel'' on left angled flat; half mag tube below; receiver with right-side cartridge loading and ejection ports is marked ''Marlin Safety'' flanked by feather-like finials on top, ''Marlin/Model 93'' on upper tang (has two tapped holes, one vacant, likely for a tang sight now missing) and ser. no. on lower, loop operating lever; varnished walnut forend with steel nosecap, and matching buttstock with curved steel buttplate. Mfg'd post-1898, originally with blued barrel and mag tube, case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is fine+. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 90% original blue (barrel markings are light but assumed stamped that way as edges are sharp and finish appears original); receiver, lever and hammer show 75% case colors amid scattered silvering, buttplate is dark gunmetal showing some light erosion. Stocks are smooth and solid showing normal use/handling marks and refinishing to buttstock. Action is smooth; bore is bright with overall light frosting and good rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 700)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #424546, .32 Win. Spec. CF cal., 26'' half round-half octagon barrel, dovetailed bead-blade front and small folding-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top flat, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' and caliber at left breech; button mag tube below; receiver has loop operating lever that opens breech for auto cartridge chambering/top ejection, a screw-adjustable Lyman peep tang sight, and marked with the ser. no. at bottom front; oil-finished walnut forearm with steel nosecap and matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1907, with blued barrel and mag tube, and case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is fine. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 85% thinning original blue, receiver shows 20% thin blue, lever and hammer with dark traces of case colors, buttplate bright gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid with normal use marks, oil darkening at receiver, and retain much finish. Sharp edges and markings; action is crisp; bore is bright with deep rifling. Quite unusual with half-round/half-octagonal barrel and button mag. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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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 #86 (Sale Order 86 of 700)

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #782380, .44 WCF (.44-40) cal., 20'' round barrel with standard open sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date and caliber at left side; button mag tube beneath; receiver has left-side saddle ring and loop operating lever that opens breech for auto cartridge chambering/top ejection, marked ''Model 1892/Winchester'' and trade mark/pat. off. on top tang and ser. no. at bottom front; oil-finished walnut forearm with single barrel band and matching buttstock with steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1915, in full blued finish. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 70% blue, thinning and darkening, receiver with 40% thin blue, lever and buttplate are dark gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid and smooth with minor marks and an added oil-stain finish. Sharp edges and markings; action is crisp; bore is bright with light frosting at muzzle and defined rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #87 (Sale Order 87 of 700)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #827258, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., 26'' octagonal barrel, standard rifle sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on left angled flat, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' and caliber at left breech; full-length mag tube below; receiver has loop operating lever that opens breech for auto cartridge chambering/top ejection, marked ''Model 1894/Winchester'' and trade mark/pat. off. info on top tang, ser. no. at bottom front; oil-finished walnut forearm with steel nosecap and matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1918, with blued barrel and mag tube, and case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is fine. Barrel retains approx. 85% original blue, mag tube 50% thinning blue-brown, receiver shows traces of blue, lever and hammer are dark gunmetal gray. Stocks are solid with normal use marks and retain much finish. Sharp edges and markings; action is crisp; bore is clean with overall etching and good rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Lot #88 (Sale Order 88 of 700)

Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #8052, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., 24'' tapered round barrel with standard open sights, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, and the model, ''Nickel Steel'' and caliber at left; short mag tube with release lever beneath; receiver with top ejection port and loop operating lever, marked ''Winchester/Trade Mark/Made in U.S.A.'' at top tang, and ser. no. at lower front; varnished walnut forearm with steel nosecap, matching buttstock with shotgun-style grooved steel buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1928, in full-blued finish. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 25% original blue with overall cold-blue touchup; receiver, lever and buttplate are gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound and smooth with normal handling marks and much finish. Action is sticky but functions; bore appears bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)

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Marlin Model 1936 Lever Action Carbine Marlin Model 1936 Lever Action Carbine

Marlin Model 1936 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #89 (Sale Order 89 of 700)

Marlin Model 1936 Lever Action Carbine, #B8312, .32 Spec. CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel, dovetailed bead-blade front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and ''32* Special Cal.-Special Smokeless Steel'' on left side; full-length mag tube below; case hardened receiver with right-side ejection port and loop operating lever, marked ''Marlin/Model 1936'' on top tang and ser. no. on lower; varnished walnut forearm with steel barrel band, matching pistol-grip buttstock with grooved hard rubber buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1941. Condition is excellent. Barrel and mag. tube retain approx. 85% smooth thinning blue; receiver and lever show highly figured case colors. Stocks are sound and smooth with very few handling marks and most original finish, buttplate appears nearly-new with sharp grooving. Action is smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Marlin Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun Marlin Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun

Marlin Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun

Lot #90 (Sale Order 90 of 700)

Marlin Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun, #5445, .410 bore, 26'' tapered round barrel, unmarked bead front sight , half-length mag tube below; receiver has right-side ports for shell loading/auto ejection and a loop operating lever, marked ''Marlin/410'' on top tang and ser. no. on lower; two-piece varnished walnut stocks, finger-groove forend with steel nosecap, pistol-grip buttstock with finely checkered hard rubber buttplate having the ''Marlin'' logo within an oval panel, and white bead at belly. Mfg'd ca. 1929-32, originally in full-blued finish but for case hardened lever and hammer. Condition is near excellent, the metal surfaces retaining approx. 85% smooth original blue (with knackering at bottom front of frame), the lever and hammer with mottled case colors. Stocks are smooth and unmarked (but for a 5/16'' chip at toe) showing pleasing grain and color, the buttplate with sharp checkering and details. Action is crisp; smoothbore is brilliant with a bit of frosting at muzzle. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 62A Slide-Action Takedown Rifle Winchester Model 62A Slide-Action Takedown Rifle

Winchester Model 62A Slide-Action Takedown Rifle

Lot #91 (Sale Order 91 of 700)

Winchester Model 62A Slide-Action Takedown Rifle, #330075, .22 S-L-LR RF cal., 23'' round barrel with standard sights, marked with maker's name, address, trade mark and ''Model 62A/22 S. L. or L.R.'' at left side, 3/4 mag tube below; steel receiver has sliding bolt/breech cover, integral loop trigger guard with ser. no. at lower tang and knurled left-side takedown screw; two-piece varnished walnut stocks, the sliding front grip with finger grooves, the buttstock with checkered hard rubber buttplate marked ''Winchester Repeating Arms Co.'' Mfg'd ca. 1955, in full-blued finish. Condition is excellent. Blued surfaces retain approx. 95% smooth original finish. Stocks are sound with light marks, the buttplate showing little wear with sharp checkering and design. Action is smooth; bore is bright with pronounced rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #92 (Sale Order 92 of 700)

Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle, #1004221, .218 Bee CF cal., 24'' tapered round barrel, hooded ramped-bead front and buckhorn rear sights, marked with maker's name, model, ''Winchester Proof Steel'' and caliber on left side; button mag tube below; receiver with top ejection port and loop operating lever, has an adjustable peep sight mounted on top of sliding bolt, and ser. no. at lower front; varnished walnut forearm with steel nosecap, matching pistol-grip buttstock with shotgun-style checkered steel buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1938, in full-blued finish. Condition is near excellent. Barrel, receiver and lever retain approx. 85% original dark blue with losses mainly at top tang; buttplate is a mousy gunmetal color with sharp details. Stocks are sound and smooth with normal handling marks and most original finish. Receiver has two pair of screw-filled holes on either side of rear sight, likely for scope mounts. Action is crisp; bore is bright with light muzzle frosting and sharp rifling. This is a desirable ''65'' with its longer, tapered barrel, button mag., .218 Bee cal., and low production of just over 5,700 guns. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #93 (Sale Order 93 of 700)

Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #17833, .22 LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, brass bead front and standard rear sight. Mfg'd 1937. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning blue, with very small hoirizontal scratches to bottom portion both sides of frame. Stock with very light general marks from field use. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Krieghoff 3-Barrel Drilling Combo Krieghoff 3-Barrel Drilling Combo

Krieghoff 3-Barrel Drilling Combo

Lot #94 (Sale Order 94 of 700)

Krieghoff 3-Barrel Drilling Combination Gun, #16415. Two 16 ga. 21-5/8'' (55cm) barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Single rifle underbarrel is in cal. 7x57, with Krieghoff scope mount base on top. Scalloped boxlock action has lockup via dual underlugs plus a Greener crossbolt and features dual triggers, two safeties, extractors, cocking indicators, horn triggerguard, and a pop-up rifle sight. Blued receiver has a nice patina and light engraving. Splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock feature a plain grip cap, basketweave butt pad, and European cheekpiece. Dimensions are 14.75''x1.5''x3''. Mfg'd approx. 1930s. Condition is used fairly heavily, with some gouges and probable refinish to wood, plus some damage to wood where the buttstock meets the receiver. Action locks up tight and functions correctly; bores are very good. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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J.P. Sauer & Sohn 3-Bbl Drilling Combo J.P. Sauer & Sohn 3-Bbl Drilling Combo

J.P. Sauer & Sohn 3-Bbl Drilling Combo

Lot #95 (Sale Order 95 of 700)

J.P. Sauer & Sohn 3-Barrel Drilling Combination Gun, #271543. Two 16 ga. 25-5/8'' (65cm) Kruff shotgun barrels have 2-1/2'' chambers and are choked IC/Full. The single rifle underbarrel is in cal. 8x57 J.R., with claw-type scope base on top. Scalloped boxlock action has lockup via dual underlugs and a Greener crossbolt, featuring dual triggers, two safeties, extractors, cocking indicators, and a pop-up rifle sight. Receiver has only about 10%-20% case hardening remaining and is lightly engraved. Splinter forend and buttstock are above average walnut and feature a round-knob pistol grip, cheekpiece and plastic Sauer buttplate. Dimensions are 14-1/8''x1-3/4''x2-3/4''. Mfg'd approx. 1930s. Condition is very good, with small dings to wood and small cracks at mating of buttstock to receiver on both sides above triggerguard. Action locks up tight and functions correctly, bores are bright. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Firearms Center marked Darne SxS Shotgun Firearms Center marked Darne SxS Shotgun

Firearms Center marked Darne SxS Shotgun

Lot #96 (Sale Order 96 of 700)

Firearms Center marked Darne Side-by-Side Sliding-Breech Shotgun, #BD454. 20 ga. 27.5'' (70cm) barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked IC/IM. The patented French Darne sliding-breech action features double triggers, crossbolt manual safety and ejectors when the action is retracted. The French walnut two-piece stock has a small forend, straight-grip buttstock, with a Pachmayr Old English butt pad, plus a removable Galco pad that extends the length of pull to 15.75''. Mfg'd in French approx. 1980's. Condition is very good with almost no marks to wood or metal. Action functions well, but breech face for right-hand barrel appears damaged and will not seal over a cartridge base. This requires gunsmith repair prior to firing; some bearing wear to buttstock at receiver mating. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)

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Parker VH Grade SxS Shotgun Parker VH Grade SxS Shotgun

Parker VH Grade SxS Shotgun

Lot #97 (Sale Order 97 of 700)

Parker VH Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #156722. 12 ga. 30'' Vulcan steel barrels have 2-5/8'' chambers and are choked Full/Full. Boxlock action has double triggers and auto safety; receiver retains approx. 30%-40% case color. Splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of Field Grade walnut, with original Parker black grip cap and dog's head buttplate. Dimensions are 14-3/8''x1-3/4''x3-1/8''. Mfg'd 1911. Condition is very good and apparently original, with numerous handling marks to wood, including much wear at toe of stock. Action locks up very tight and functions well; bores are bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (C&R)

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Early Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Shotgun Early Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Shotgun

Early Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Shotgun

Lot #98 (Sale Order 98 of 700)

Early Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #16864. .410 bore 26'' barrel has a 3'' chamber, is choked Mod., and has a Simmons ventilated rib that appears to be a later addition. The 18-groove forearm is original, but the pistol-grip buttstock appears to be a replacement, with better ''B'' Grade oil-finished walnut and Winchester buttplate. Mfg'd 1935. Condition is excellent, as reblued, with added vent rib and buttstock replaced. Action functions correctly but is a bit sticky and may just need cleaning and polishing of parts; bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 12 Skeet Grade Shotgun Winchester Model 12 Skeet Grade Shotgun

Winchester Model 12 Skeet Grade Shotgun

Lot #99 (Sale Order 99 of 700)

Winchester Model 12 Skeet Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #717920. 12 ga. 26'' solid rib barrel has a 2-1/2'' chamber and is choked WS-1. Marked ''Skeet'' on bottom of receiver, which includes rib, oversize checkered forend, and pistol-grip buttstock with Winchester grip cap. A Pachmayr Old English recoil pad has been fitted, with shortened length of pull to 13-3/4''. Wood is Grade 2 oil-finished walnut. Mfg'd 1936. Condition is very good, as probably shot competitively. Buttstock has significant wear from handling, and receiver has some dulling of blue and cloth marking from improper storage. Action functions very smoothly, bore is dirty but not damaged. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 42 Standard Grade Shotgun Winchester Model 42 Standard Grade Shotgun

Winchester Model 42 Standard Grade Shotgun

Lot #100 (Sale Order 100 of 700)

Winchester Model 42 Standard Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #67262. .410 bore 28'' plain barrel has a 3'' chamber and is choked Full. Action is Standard Model 42, with correct proof marks. Buttstock and full forend appear replaced with beautiful ''C'' Grade oil-finished walnut, with hand checkering in Winchester patterns; Winchester grip cap and pre-1959 buttplate. Mfg'd 1948. Condition is excellent as re-stocked, with nominal edgewear to receiver and action, which functions correctly; bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (C&R)

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LeFever Nitro Special SxS Shotgun LeFever Nitro Special SxS Shotgun

LeFever Nitro Special SxS Shotgun

Lot #101 (Sale Order 101 of 700)

LeFever Nitro Special Side-by-Side Shotgun, #289083. .410 bore 26'' barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Boxlock action features rotary top bolt lockup, double triggers, extractors, and auto safety. Receiver retains approx. 40% case color and is lightly roll engraved. Forend and buttstock are Field Grade walnut, checkered, with black plastic grip cap and gutta percha buttplate. Dimensions are 13.5''x2''x3-3/8''. Mfg'd approx. 1930s. Condition is good to very good with numerous handling marks to wood, frosting to receiver, and one hairline crack to top rear left side of forend. Action functions well; bores are good. Gun could use a good cleaning. Est.: $800-$1,000. (C&R)

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L.C. Smith Specialty Grade SxS Shotgun L.C. Smith Specialty Grade SxS Shotgun

L.C. Smith Specialty Grade SxS Shotgun

Lot #102 (Sale Order 102 of 700)

L.C. Smith Specialty Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #21763. 12 ga. 30'' nitro-steel barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked IC/Mod.; right-hand barrel is marked ''L.C. Smith Specialty Grade''; barrels have a concave matted rib with two target beads. Action is reliable L.C. Smith sidelock, with non-auto safety, Hunter One trigger, and auto ejectors. Receiver retains approx. 40%-50% original case color and has correct Specialty Grade engraving of quail on left lock and ducks on right, with scroll engraving on most of the metal balance, including trigger guard and barrel bolsters. Wood is nice walnut; the splinter forend with an ebony insert and the half-pistol grip buttstock with a monogram ''HR'' plate and Pachmayr Whiteline recoil pad. Mfg'd in transition year 1913, therefore an early Specialty Grade example. Condition is excellent, as action functions correctly and there is no significant wear, other than moderate carry wear to action. Buttstock may be a later replacement, but if so was done expertly. Engraving remains sharp, bores are bright. A very nice high grade L.C. Smith that is suitable for skeet or upland game. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (C&R)

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Parker VH Grade SxS Shotgun Parker VH Grade SxS Shotgun

Parker VH Grade SxS Shotgun

Lot #103 (Sale Order 103 of 700)

Parker VH Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #121000. 20 ga. 26'' barrels are marked ''Vulcan Steel'', have 2-3/4'' chambers, and are choked ''IC/IC''. Action lockup is by standard underlug and doll's head rib extension, and it features a non-auto safety and standard extractors. However, there is a single selective trigger fitted into the action at a later date, and it appears to function correctly. Splinter forend and straight grip buttstock are nice oil-finished walnut. Buttstock has an extended lower tang, blank shield, and Parker Brothers dog's head buttplate. Also included are a leather Galco barrel sleeve and slip-on butt pad, which extends the length of pull to 14-5/8''. Mfg'd 1902. Condition is excellent with approx. 10% case color let on receiver. Wood appears original, except as modified for trigger mod. Just in front of the wrist checkering on the left side of the upper tang is an approx. 1" crack (appears solid and not filled). Action locks tight and functions well. Bores are bright. A very nice double gun for Skeet. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (C&R)

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Very Early Winchester Model 42 Shotgun Very Early Winchester Model 42 Shotgun

Very Early Winchester Model 42 Shotgun

Lot #104 (Sale Order 104 of 700)

Very Early Winchester Model 42 Slide-Action Shotgun, #728. .410 bore 26'' barrel has a 3'' chamber, is choked ''Skeet'', and has an aftermarket vent rib that extends to the rear of the receiver. The refinished receiver also has the bolt and shell carrier machine turned. The full forend and pistol-grip buttstock have been upgraded to high-grade walnut, with fleur-de-lis skipline checkering, inlaid wood grip cap, right-hand Monte Carlo cheekpiece, some wood carving, and a Pachmayr basketweave butt pad. Mfg'd first year of Model 42, 1933. Condition is excellent as refinished and upgraded. Action locks tight and functions correctly, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (C&R)(Don Koll collection)

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Winchester New Style Model 12 Pigeon Grade 1 Shotgun Winchester New Style Model 12 Pigeon Grade 1 Shotgun

Winchester New Style Model 12 Pigeon Grade 1 Shotgun

Lot #105 (Sale Order 105 of 700)

Very Late Winchester New Style Model 12 Pigeon Grade 1 Slide-Action Shotgun, #Y2027210. 12 ga. 30'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Full; receiver extension on barrel has correct standing pigeon above serial number. Action is standard Model 12, with special order original engraving on receiver: ducks on right; pointers on left; both framed by scrollwork; bolt and lifter are machine turned. Full forend and pistol-grip Trap buttstock are satin-finished ''C'' Grade walnut, with correct Winchester diamond checkering, metal Winchester grip cap and red Winchester recoil pad with early Winchester logo in circle. Contained in original but unnumbered Winchester cardboard box. Mfg'd 1985, at end of ''Y'' Model production. Condition is near excellent and appears unfired. Receiver is missing screw-on rib extension, which may be readily available. Wood and metal are otherwise perfect. Action shows little to no use. Only approx. 100 of this configuration produced. Est.: $1,250-$1,750. (Modern)

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Winchester Model 21 2-Barrel Set SxS Shotgun Winchester Model 21 2-Barrel Set SxS Shotgun

Winchester Model 21 2-Barrel Set SxS Shotgun

Lot #106 (Sale Order 106 of 700)

Winchester Model 21 Standard Grade Two-Barrel Set Side-by-Side Shotgun, #8462. First pair of barrels are 12 ga. 28'' solid rib barrels with target beads, 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked IC/Full. Second pair are 12 ga. 26'' solid rib barrels with target beads, choked IC/Cyl. Model 21 boxlock action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety, and slective ejectors. Despite being blued originally, the receiver has been case hardened with pins and screws in bright niter blue. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of oil-finished fancy walnut, with very nice checkering done at 20 LPI, plastic Winchester grip cap, and black Pachmayr Old English style recoil pad. Mfg'd approx. 1935. Condition is absolutely excellent and as new, with no marks to wood and little wear to action, which locks very tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Gun has the appearance of a recent restoration by a quality professional. Est.: $6,000-$7,500. (C&R)

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Engraved Winchester Model 21 SxS Shotgun Engraved Winchester Model 21 SxS Shotgun

Engraved Winchester Model 21 SxS Shotgun

Lot #107 (Sale Order 107 of 700)

Engraved Winchester Model 21 Side-by-Side Shotgun, #27369. 20 ga. 26'' solid rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers, target beads, and are choked IC/Mod. Boxlock action features a single selective trigger, auto safety, and auto ejectors. Receiver has complete coverage of scroll engraving, which rolls over to the trigger guard, tangs, and barrel breech and muzzles; the opening lever is engraved and pierced. There are also four gold inlays on the receiver, two ducks on the left and two pheasants on the right; the engraving appears unsigned. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of satin-finished Exhibition Grade walnut, with very extensive coverage of 22 LPI checkering in fleur-de-lis patterns. Metal grip cap is likewise engraved, with gold lettering ''Grand American''. There is a gold oval with ''DK'' engraved, and a Pachmayr basketweave recoil pad. Mfg'd in 1952 as a Standard Grade, with Cody Firearms Information Sheet. Condition is excellent, as the gun is virtually unused after its extensive upgrading. Est.: $10,000-$12,000. (C&R)(Don Koll collection)

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Elaborately Eng'd/Gold Inlaid Browning O/U Shotgun Elaborately Eng'd/Gold Inlaid Browning O/U Shotgun

Elaborately Eng'd/Gold Inlaid Browning O/U Shotgun

Lot #108 (Sale Order 108 of 700)

Elaborately Funken Engraved and Gold Inlaid Browning Superposed Over/Under Shotgun, #72833. 12 ga. 30'' vent rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers, target beads, and are choked Full/Full. Superposed boxlock action features single selective trigger, non-auto safety, and auto ejectors. Receiver, trigger guard, upper and lower tangs, and forend iron are extensively engraved and gold inlaid, and signed in gold by FN master engraver ''F(backwards)Funken''. Hunting scenes and wildlife views are surrounded by ornate scroll and numerous dragon heads. This does not appear to be factory, but done at a later date by special commission. Beavertail forend and flat-knob pistol-grip buttstock are of high-gloss Exhibition Grade walnut, with excellent coverage of checkering done at 30 LPI; there is no grip cap, but a Browning Whiteline Target Model butt pad is installed. Stock is at Trap dimensions of 14-1/2''x1-3/8''x1-5/8''. Forend has been modified to be detachable during takedown. Mfg'd 1959. Overall external condition is excellent, with a few handling marks to the buttstock, but no visible edgewear to the receiver. Both sides of the forend with small repairs where it meets the frame. Action locks very tight and has been modified to a mechanical (non-inertia) action, with barrel selector locked on bottom barrel first; bores are mirror bright. A beautiful gun that warrants further research. Est.: $8,500-$10,000. (C&R)(Don Koll collection)

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LeFever Nitro Special SxS Shotgun LeFever Nitro Special SxS Shotgun

LeFever Nitro Special SxS Shotgun

Lot #109 (Sale Order 109 of 700)

LeFever Nitro Special Side-by-Side Shotgun, #259376. .410 bore 26'' barrels have 2-1/2'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Boxlock action features double triggers, extractors, auto safety, and lockup via rotary top bolt. Receiver has roll engraving of geese in flight, and retains approx. 20%-30% case color. Wood is Field Grade walnut with standard checkering, black plastic grip cap and buttplate. Dimensions are 13-5/8''x1-3/4'x3''. Mfg'd aprox. 1930s. Condition is very good, with many small handling marks to wood but no scratches to the metal. Even patina on receiver; tight action lockup and function; good bores. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (C&R)

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Browning Auto-5 Small Frame Field Grade Shotgun Browning Auto-5 Small Frame Field Grade Shotgun

Browning Auto-5 Small Frame Field Grade Shotgun

Lot #110 (Sale Order 110 of 700)

Browning Auto-5 Small Frame Field Grade Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #6Z4861. 20 ga. 28'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Mod. Action is standard Auto-05, and receiver has light engraving, including John Browning profile. Wood is high-gloss blonde walnut with slender, finger-groove forend and round-knob pistol-grip buttstock, including original ''FN-Browning Automatic'' buttplate. Mfg'd 1966 by FN in Belgium. Condition is excellent and original, with almost no wear to action, which functions correctly, and virtually no marks to wood. This is an early FN 20 ga., light in weight but not marked ''Light 20'', only ''Twenty'', and in wonderful condition. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Shotgun Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Shotgun

Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Shotgun

Lot #111 (Sale Order 111 of 700)

Winchester Model 42 Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #76592. .410 bore 28'' plain barrel has a 3'' chamber and is choked Mod. Forend is post-war model with 14 grooves and flat bottom; buttstock is pistol grip without grip cap but with correct Winchester buttplate. Mfg'd 1949. Condition is very good, as used but not abused. Receiver and barrel have bluing wear at carry points. Action shows nominal wear and functions correctly. Oil-finished Standard Grade walnut shows numerous handling marks, but no serious damage. A nice, honest Model 42. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (C&R)

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Browning Auto-5 Standard Weight Semi-Auto Shotgun Browning Auto-5 Standard Weight Semi-Auto Shotgun

Browning Auto-5 Standard Weight Semi-Auto Shotgun

Lot #112 (Sale Order 112 of 700)

Browning Auto-5 Standard Weight Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #X72296. 16 ga. 28'' plain barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and I choked Mod. Action is standard Auto-5 all correct Belgian proof marks, magazine cutoff, with light scroll and border engraving on receiver. Finger-grip forend and round-knob long-tang buttstock are dark oil-finished walnut, with standard checkering, and original FN-Browning Automatic buttplate. Mfg'd 1952. Condition is very good+, with little wear to action and few handling marks to wood. Bore is dirty but does not appear damaged; action locks tight. Few small chips to buttplate. Est.: $650-$800. (C&R)

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Browning Superposed Grade 1 O/U Shotgun Browning Superposed Grade 1 O/U Shotgun

Browning Superposed Grade 1 O/U Shotgun

Lot #113 (Sale Order 113 of 700)

Browning Superposed Grade 1 Standard Weight Over/Under Shotgun, #44918S5. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Browning boxlock action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety, and auto ejectors. Full forend and round knob-long tang buttstock are of above-average walnut with a high gloss finish. Apparently a slip-on recoil pad was installed for some time but now removed, and the included original Browning black buttplate needs to be reinstalled. Included is the original black box serial numbered to the gun, with original owner's manual and guarantee. Mfg'd 1965 in Belgium. Condition is very good, as carried much but shot little. Numerous handling marks to wood and carry wear to receiver, but action still locks tight and functions perfectly; bores are bright. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)

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Browning Superposed Grade 1 Lightning O/U Shotgun Browning Superposed Grade 1 Lightning O/U Shotgun

Browning Superposed Grade 1 Lightning O/U Shotgun

Lot #114 (Sale Order 114 of 700)

Browning Superposed Grade 1 Lightning Over/Under Shotgun, #33835V4. 20 ga. 26.5'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked IC/Mod. Standard Superposed boxlock action features single selective trigger, non-auto safety, light engraving, and auto ejectors. Slender forend and round-knob long-tang pistol-grip buttstock are high-gloss European walnut, with a Pachmayr Whiteline recoil pad added. Mfg'd 1964. Condition is excellent, with almost no wear to action or blue loss to metal, and only a few very small handling marks to wood. Action is still tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (C&R)

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Browning Superposed Grade 1 Standard Weight O/U Shotgun Browning Superposed Grade 1 Standard Weight O/U Shotgun

Browning Superposed Grade 1 Standard Weight O/U Shotgun

Lot #115 (Sale Order 115 of 700)

Browning Superposed Standard Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #842J4. .410 bore 28'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers, target beads, and are choked IC/IC. Superposed boxlock action includes single selective trigger, non-auto safety, and auto ejectors; moderate engraving on receiver. The full forend and pistol-grip buttstock are upgraded European walnut, with extended coverage of fleur-de-lis checkering at 24 LPI, wood grip cap with gold-tone inlay, and Pachmayr Old English butt pad. Mfg'd 1964. Condition is excellent as apparently refinished and used very little. Metal shows little carry wear, with no evidence of salt wood corrosion; receiver blue is dull. Action still locks tight and functions correctly; bores are excellent. Est.: $2,500-$3,000. (C&R)(Don Koll collection)

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Upgraded Browning Superposed O/U Shotgun Upgraded Browning Superposed O/U Shotgun

Upgraded Browning Superposed O/U Shotgun

Lot #116 (Sale Order 116 of 700)

Extensively Upgraded Browning Superposed Over/Under Shotgun, #16958. 20 ga. 26.5'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers, target beads, and are choked IC/Mod. Superposed boxlock action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety, and auto ejectors. Receiver has had sideplates added, with the entire surface plus trigger guard, upper and lower tangs, forend iron, and barrel breech and muzzles engraved with full coverage floral scroll patterns. Operating lever is also engraved and pierced; safety/selector switch is gold plated; apparent cocking indicators added. Marked ''Mains'' at upper tang. Bill Mains was the primary engraver for Colt from 1967-72 and the factory engraver for the Ithaca Gun Co. for 11 years. He engraved guns and jewelry for many celebrities, such as Elvis, Frank Sinatra, BB King, etc. Wood is Exhibition Grade ''marble cake'' satin-finished walnut, in apparent Lightning configuration of slender forend and round-knob long-tang buttstock, checkered at 24 LPI with embellishments of oak leaves and acorns. Pachmayr Old English butt pad and gold initial plate fitted. LOP 14.25''. Mfg'd 1959. Condition is excellent as refinished and upgraded. There are a few small handling marks to wood and metal, but little wear to action, which locks tight and functions correctly. Bores are bright; engraving and wood carving are still sharp. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (C&R)(Don Koll collection)

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S&W .32 Safety Hammerless Revolver S&W .32 Safety Hammerless Revolver

S&W .32 Safety Hammerless Revolver

Lot #117 (Sale Order 117 of 700)

Smith & Wesson .32 Safety Hammerless Double Action Revolver, 2nd Model, #151966, .32 S&W cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, factory gutta percha grips with S&W logos, in tip-open box from a slightly later arm, with instruction sheet, goldenrod end label has had barrel length designation re-marked from 3'' to ''2'' with fountain pen, and matching pencil number altered to this revolver. Box is patented Dec. 23, 1920. Revolver ca. 1907. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% original high polish blue, with most of the losses to cylinder. Butt of right grip panel is cracked. Action is excellent. Box is from a somewhat later post-1920 firearm. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model Perfected Target Pistol S&W 3rd Model Perfected Target Pistol

S&W 3rd Model Perfected Target Pistol

Lot #118 (Sale Order 118 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Single Shot Perfected Target Pistol, #4813, .22 LR cal., 8'' barrel, blue finish, walnut extension type two-screw checkered walnut grips with gold medallions, Sheard front sight and factory adjustable rear sight. Ca. 1920. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, with minor thinning at muzzle and micro-scratching to right side above trigger. Grips and action are excellent, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 2nd Model Ladysmith Revolver S&W 2nd Model Ladysmith Revolver

S&W 2nd Model Ladysmith Revolver

Lot #119 (Sale Order 119 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 2nd Model Ladysmith Double Action Revolver, #10650, .22 Long cal., 3'' pinned round barrel, 7-shot, nickel finish, factory checkered gutta percha grips numbered to the gun, fixed sights with forged round blade front and notched rear sight in topstrap. Cylinder opens by pulling on front end of ejector rod. Mfg'd ca. 1906-1910. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 98% original nickel, with light general micro-scratching overall, slightly more pronounced behind left side recoil shield from extractor making contact with finish. Small area of finish flaking to one of the flute edges on cylinder. Approx. 85% case colors remain to both trigger and hammer. Grips show mild flattening. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector (Triplelock) Revolver S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector (Triplelock) Revolver

S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector (Triplelock) Revolver

Lot #120 (Sale Order 120 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #11370, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, nickel finish, slab pearl grips. Shipped to Cowdrey Exporters, NYC, NC, Aug. 18, 1915, with factory letter verifying all features except grips, which are stated as checkered walnut gold medallion grips, and signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 85%-90% lightly flaking and speckled nickel finish, with most of the losses to cylinder. Frame with light general speckling overall. Retailer provided slab pearl grips show no cracks or losses and remain iridescent. Good action, very good bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Revolver S&W 3rd Model (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Revolver

S&W 3rd Model (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Revolver

Lot #121 (Sale Order 121 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Hand Ejector (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Double Action Revolver, #41403, .44 Spec. cal., 5'' barrel, nickel finish, non-matching diamond checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions. Shipped to Wolf & Klar Dec. 8, 1936, with factory letter verifying all features and signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% flaking nickel, with most of the losses to right sideplate, forward portion of frame and muzzle; scratches and discoloration to left side of frame as well. Hammer and trigger with carbon spotting and approx. 60% of their original case colors remain. Grips are very good with light general wear and several small impressions. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector Revolver S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector Revolver

S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector Revolver

Lot #122 (Sale Order 122 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #34931, .44 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, matching numbered diamond checkered walnut grips with bright S&W medallions. Mfg'd 1930. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 85%-90% flaking blue, with losses to left forward portion of frame, thinning at muzzle, and forward edges of cylinder. Backstrap retains approx. 70% blue. Matching numbered grips are crisp. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War Colt Officer's Model Double Action Revolvr Pre-War Colt Officer's Model Double Action Revolvr

Pre-War Colt Officer's Model Double Action Revolvr

Lot #123 (Sale Order 123 of 700)

Pre-War Colt Officer's Model Double Action Revolver, #22462, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, factory adjustable sights, and checkered trigger face. Mfg'd 1940. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% factory blue, with only the lightest wear in actioning areas and some micro-scratching to left sideplate. Grips show as near new with some oil darkening. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver Pre-War Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver

Pre-War Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver

Lot #124 (Sale Order 124 of 700)

Pre-War Colt Official Police Double Action Revolver, #547770, .32-20 cal., 6'' barrel. blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, standard front and notched rear sight. Factory checkered trigger. Mfg'd 1929. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% original blue, with most of the losses at muzzle and in actioning areas. Front and back strap retain approx. 95% lightly thinning blue. Grips are crisp and show only minor use. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt New Service Double Action Revolver Colt New Service Double Action Revolver

Colt New Service Double Action Revolver

Lot #125 (Sale Order 125 of 700)

Colt New Service Double Action Revolver, #67303, .455 Eley cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, with factory checkered hard rubber grips with factory lanyard loop in butt, notched type rear sight and factory shark-fin type front sight. Mfg'd 1914. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% blue, with minor wear in actioning areas, and very light deformation to forward sideplate screw with several small scratches in the same area. Flaking to flat portion of cylinder latch. Front and back strap retain approx. 75% toning blue. Grips with just light wear, somewhat more pronounced to left panel. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #126 (Sale Order 126 of 700)

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Automatic Pistol, #344753, .32 ACP cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips, with correct two-tone magazine marked ''CAL.32/Colt''. Mfg'd 1920. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97%+ factory blue, with light thinning at muzzle and high edges of slide. Very strong front strap and grip safety. Grips and action are crisp, bore is excellent. Pistol shows very little use. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt High Polish Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Pistol Colt High Polish Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Pistol

Colt High Polish Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Pistol

Lot #127 (Sale Order 127 of 700)

Colt High Polish Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Semi-Automatic Pistol, #27701, .38 ACP cal., 4.5'' barrel, high polish blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with two period correct Colt magazines, marked ''Cal.38/Colt''. Mfg'd 1911. Condition is fine retaining approx. 85% thinning high polish blue. Grips with very light flattening to detail. One of the two magazines has been refinished. Action remains good, bore is fine. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Revolver S&W 3rd Model (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Revolver

S&W 3rd Model (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Revolver

Lot #128 (Sale Order 128 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Hand Ejector (Wolf & Klar) Model of 1926 Double Action Revolver, #32599, .44 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, nickel finish, non-matching diamond checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions. Shipped to Wolf & Klar Dec. 3, 1928, with factory letter verifying all features and signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% flaking nickel, with most of the losses near muzzle; scratches and discoloration to left side of frame as well. Hammer and trigger with light carbon spotting and approx. 60% of their original case colors remain. Grips are crisp showing light knackering to bottom edge of right panel. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector (Triplelock) Revolver S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector (Triplelock) Revolver

S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector (Triplelock) Revolver

Lot #129 (Sale Order 129 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #5245, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, lightly pencil numbered matching diamond checkered walnut grips with gold medallions, with lanyard loop in butt. Shipped March 30, 1912 to Cowdrey Exporters, NYC, NY, with factory letter verifying all features, signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. As Cowdrey was an exporting company, this revolver additionally features British proof marks in all cylinder flutes, and to frame and barrel near forcing cone area. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning blue, with minor scratches to cylinder and thinning to backstrap. Case colored hues to hammer are crisp and bright with some discoloration to trigger. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector Revolver

Lot #130 (Sale Order 130 of 700)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Hand Ejector Target Double Action Revolver, #54716, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, matching numbered diamond checkered walnut grips with bright medallions, Patridge front and factory adjustable rear sight. Shipped Jan. 6, 1941 to Clapp & Treat, Hartford, CT, with factory letter verifying all features, signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% lightly thinning blue, with most of the losses to left side of muzzle. Minor thinning in actioning area of cylinder hinge, as well as a thin index mark to rear portion of cylinder. Grips are crisp showing just light use. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W Pre-War Registered Magnum Revolver S&W Pre-War Registered Magnum Revolver

S&W Pre-War Registered Magnum Revolver

Lot #131 (Sale Order 131 of 700)

Smith & Wesson Pre-War Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver, #47697 (Reg. #826), .357 mag. cal., 4.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered large diamond walnut grips with S&W medallions, gold bead front and adjustable rear sight, and checkered topstrap. Matching numbered barrel and cylinder; grips are unnumbered. Mfg'd 1936. Condition is very good as refinished, retaining approx. 85%-90% later-applied blue. Mild pitting to cylinder; cylinder latch remains in the white. Grips remain in fine condition with just light wear and small impressions. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (C&R)

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S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver

S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver

Lot #132 (Sale Order 132 of 700)

Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver, #48517, registration #1314, .357 mag. cal., 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, non-matching factory diamond checkered walnut grips with bright medallions, ramp front sight, click adjustable rear sight. Shipped to Von Lengerke & Antoine, Chicago, IL, Aug. 14, 1936, with S&W factory letter verifying all features except letter calls out gold bead front sight; signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Very lightly inscribed to inside of front strap under grip panel ''Dr. Morgan''. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% lightly thinning blue, with very light muzzle wear, thinning at high edges, visible thin index line at rear portion of cylinder, and very minor spots to left side just above trigger. Case colors to checkered hammer and smooth trigger show approx. 80% thinning hues. Front sight assembly is a lighter tone blue than the balance of the revolver, and retaining pins show light evidence of removal and reinstallation. Grips with light general use evidenced by minor flattening to checks. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #133 (Sale Order 133 of 700)

Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #111393, .380 cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, and one two-tone factory magazine marked ''Cal.380/Colt''. Mfg'd 1932. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning blue, with most of the losses at the high edges. Front strap and grip safety remain strong. Walnut grips with minor loss of detail to forward portion of checkering. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War Colt Ace Semi-Automatic Pistol Pre-War Colt Ace Semi-Automatic Pistol

Pre-War Colt Ace Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #134 (Sale Order 134 of 700)

Pre-War Colt Ace Semi-Automatic Pistol, #3559, .22 LR cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one correct Colt Ace marked magazine, top-mounted King's type mirror reflector front sight with red dot and white outline Steven's type adjustable rear sight, and short serrated trigger. Mfg'd 1931, first year of production. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% slightly thinning blue, with most of the losses to top and forward portion of slide. Strong front strap. Grips are very good with light flattening, small check losses, and oil darkening. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War Colt Super 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol Pre-War Colt Super 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Pre-War Colt Super 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #135 (Sale Order 135 of 700)

Pre-War Colt Super 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #19894, .38 Super cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one correct pre-war two-tone magazine marked ''Colt Super/38 Auto''. Mfg'd 1936. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97%+ factory charcoal blue, with almost all the losses as minor scuffs at forward edge of slide. Front strap retains 99% blue. Lower portion of grip safety shows some thinning. Grips and action are crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $4,500-$6,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Super Match 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol Colt Super Match 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Colt Super Match 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #136 (Sale Order 136 of 700)

Colt Super Match 38 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #15502, .38 Super cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one ''Colt Super/38 Auto'' marked magazine. Mfg'd 1934. Barrel marked ''38 Colt'' which is visible thru ejection port. King's red dot mirror reflector front sight is installed, as well as windage adjustable period correct white outline rear sight. Note: Barrel is also marked ''(circle)MB'' to left lug indicating a factory Match barrel, and then the ''38 Colt'' marking to top of chamber was only used in 1933 production pistols. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% very lightly thinning blue. Grips remain crisp with some natural oil darkening. Action is crisp, trigger is very nice, bore is mirror bright. A factory letter would prove interesting, especially as it pertains to the sights. Est.: $6,000-$9,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver

Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver

Lot #137 (Sale Order 137 of 700)

Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #404697, .38 S&W cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, factory serrated trigger, factory checkered walnut grips with pre-war Colt medallions, in original black box with shooting instructions, crisp end label, and original serial number in pencil to bottom of box. Mfg'd 1942. Condition is excellent, appearing as new, with only the lightest marks from handling. Index mark to cylinder is near imperceptible. Highpoints maintain all their original finish. Grips and action are crisp, bore is bright. Box with light wear at top edge and some history of past ownership handwritten on bottom of box. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War Colt Target Police Positive Revolver Pre-War Colt Target Police Positive Revolver

Pre-War Colt Target Police Positive Revolver

Lot #138 (Sale Order 138 of 700)

Pre-War Colt Target Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #37319, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, elevation adjustable front and windage adjustable rear sight. Checkered trigger. Mfg'd 1929. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% original factory blue, with light wear at muzzle and thinning at high edges. Light visible index mark to cylinder with some light scratches. Strong front and back strap. Crisp grips with some oil darkening. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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Post-War Colt Officer's Model Match Revolver Post-War Colt Officer's Model Match Revolver

Post-War Colt Officer's Model Match Revolver

Lot #139 (Sale Order 139 of 700)

Post-War Colt Officer's Model Match Double Action Revolver, #924882, .38 Spec. cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut target grips with right Colt medallions, factory adjustable Accro target sights, with original checkered duckbill hammer and serrated trigger. In correct era unlabeled and unserialized Colt box with handling instructions. Mfg'd 1960. Condition is excellent, appearing very nearly new, with very light thinning to finish at muzzle, and several small spots of finish loss to cylinder, with light index line. Strong backstrap. Grips with only the lightest wear. Good action, bright bore. Box is excellent with tight corners and very minor wear at high edges of lid. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War Colt Officer's Target Model Revolver Pre-War Colt Officer's Target Model Revolver

Pre-War Colt Officer's Target Model Revolver

Lot #140 (Sale Order 140 of 700)

Pre-War Colt Officer's Target Model Double Action Revolver, #596900, .38 Spec. cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered trigger, factory checkered walnut grips with pre-war Colt medallions, elevation adjustable front and windage adjustable rear sight. Mfg'd 1936. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% factory charcoal blue, with light wear at muzzle and minor general thinning. Grips show light wear. Light crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt New Service Double Action Revolver Colt New Service Double Action Revolver

Colt New Service Double Action Revolver

Lot #141 (Sale Order 141 of 700)

Colt New Service Double Action Revolver, #331280, .45 Colt cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, with somewhat later factory checkered brown Coltrock grips with pre-war Colt medallions and factory lanyard loop in butt, notched type rear sight and factory shark-fin type front sight. Mfg'd 1930. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% blue, with minor wear in actioning areas, and very light deformation to forward sideplate screw. Minor nicks to metal on right side of frame adjacent to hammer. Early 1940's brown plastic grips are excellent. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Cobra (1st Issue) Double Action Revolver Colt Cobra (1st Issue) Double Action Revolver

Colt Cobra (1st Issue) Double Action Revolver

Lot #142 (Sale Order 142 of 700)

Colt Cobra (1st Issue) Double Action Revolver, #142399-LW, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, 6-shot, nickel finish, alloy frame, factory checkered walnut grips with bright Colt medallions. Mfg'd 1964. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 98%+ original nickel finish (not lifting), with light general overall micro-scratching to nickel. Grips with mild to just moderate flattening of check detail near butt. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Smith & Wesson K-22 Double Action Revolver Smith & Wesson K-22 Double Action Revolver

Smith & Wesson K-22 Double Action Revolver

Lot #143 (Sale Order 143 of 700)

Smith & Wesson K-22 Double Action Revolver, #K191600, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, S&W large diamond Magna checkered grips with medallions (numbered to gun), Patridge front and standard adjustable rear sight. Checkered hammer; serrated barrel rib, backstrap and trigger. Includes speedloader. Mfg'd 1953. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95%+ factory blue, with light thinning at muzzle. Light index mark to rear portion of cylinder. Grips remain mostly excellent, with two small dings along butt edge of right panel. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W .44 Hand Ejector Model 1950 (Pre-M.24) Revolver S&W .44 Hand Ejector Model 1950 (Pre-M.24) Revolver

S&W .44 Hand Ejector Model 1950 (Pre-M.24) Revolver

Lot #144 (Sale Order 144 of 700)

Smith & Wesson .44 Hand Ejector Model 1950 (Pre-Model 24) Double Action Revolver, #S118083, .44 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, bright blue finish, Goncalo Alves diamond checkered factory target grips (unnumbered) with S&W medallions, red ramp front sight and standard adjustable rear sight, checkered hammer, grooved trigger. Shipped Dec. 3, 1954 to Chas. Greenblott Co., NYC, NY, in a 5-gun shipment. All features verified by factory letter, signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% factory blue with only the thinnest index mark to rear portion of cylinder. Hammer and trigger retain approx. 96% vivid case colors. Grips are crisp with one small impression at lower front edge of left panel. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Scarce 4'' barrel shows virtually no wear at muzzle. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (C&R/PPT)

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J.P. Sauer and Sohn  Bolt Action Sporting Rifle J.P. Sauer and Sohn  Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

J.P. Sauer and Sohn Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

Lot #145 (Sale Order 145 of 700)

J.P. Sauer and Sohn Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, #117340, 8x57mm cal., 20'' half-octagon/round barrel with full-length fluted matte rib, set triggers, single claw scope mounts, open ''V''-notched rear sight with folding leaf marked for 80 & 175 yards, round bead front sight, internal magazine with lever floor release, narrow 7/8'' European style sling swivels, blued steel grip cap, original horn buttplate. Classis German style walnut sporting stock with Schnabel type forend, raised bosses around the action, and cheekpiece on left side. LOP is 13.75'' from the front trigger. Wedge-type barrel retainer at front of stock. Nice checkered grip panel. British proof marks on barrel, receiver, and bolt. German ''St.m.G.'' proof on receiver and ''(crown)/N'' on bolt. Barrel is marked ''Guss-Stahl Krupp-Essen''. Top of barrel rib is marked ''J.P. Sauer & Sohn , Suhl''. Bolt handle is turned down with clearance chamfer for scope clearance. Condition is very good, with barrel showing some scratches and thinning to the rust blued finish. Receiver and bolt have a high-polish blue finish showing wear, scratches, and minor dings from use. Floorplate has lost most all of its finish; trigger guard retains approx. 30% finish. Stock is sound and shows numerous dings, scratches, and scuffs from use. Checkered grip panel has a couple of small dings, mainly on the right side. Horn butt plate shows minor insect damage losses, scuffs and scratches. Bore is dark, with strong lands, but might clean up. Action and set triggers function properly. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Pre-War Mauser Club Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle Pre-War Mauser Club Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle

Pre-War Mauser Club Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #146 (Sale Order 146 of 700)

Pre-War Mauser Club Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle, #196590, .22 LR cal., 26.75'' barrel, blue finish, bright bolt body with blue steel head, checkered pistol-grip European walnut stock with Mauser Banner embossed in right cheek area, round horn pistol grip cap, black plastic checkered Mauser buttplate, with sling swivels. ''BUG/(crown)/ proof marks. Checkered ramp front sight with triangular sight blade; military type rear sight is incremented out to 200 yards and sits in an incremented rail on top of barrel. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning factory blue. Stock with light scuffs and mild impressions, somewhat more pronounced to left side at forend checkering area. Light frosting to buttplate screws. Good action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 52D Bolt Action Target Rifle Winchester Model 52D Bolt Action Target Rifle

Winchester Model 52D Bolt Action Target Rifle

Lot #147 (Sale Order 147 of 700)

Winchester Model 52D Single Shot Bolt Action Target Rifle, #113554D, .22 LR cal., 28'' heavy barrel, blue finish, high-gloss varathane finish walnut stock, complete with scope mount and sight mounting blocks. Rifle also features forward sling swivel and adjustable hand stop. Area above serial number has been electro-penciled ''U.S.'', as these were typically used by on-base military shooting clubs during the '50s and '60s. Mfg'd 1963. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 92% slightly thinning inky black/blue to both receiver and barrel. Later added finish to stock shows well but has dulled in several places. Action is smooth, trigger pull is crisp, bore is mirror bright with some very mild corrosion to bright muzzle end. Est.: $800-$1,000. (C&R)

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Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #148 (Sale Order 148 of 700)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle, #166921, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel. factory checkered walnut stock, factory checkered steel buttplate, hooded bead front sight and standard semi-buckhorn rear sight and factory sling swivels, as mfg'd in 1950. Condition is excellent, appearing as new, with only the most negligible marks from handling. Most likely unfired at 70 years old. Stock is excellent, action is factory fresh, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Scarce Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle Scarce Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle

Scarce Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #149 (Sale Order 149 of 700)

Scarce and Desirable Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle, #325242, .358 WCF cal., 22'' barrel, factory checkered walnut stock with hollow bolt handle and factory checkered aluminum buttplate, hooded bead front sight and standard semi-buckhorn rear sight and factory sling swivels, with instructions, blank Model 70 hang tag, and RCBS dies. Mfg'd 1955. Collectors should note that initially Winchester had problems with this model in this caliber, and many were exchanged for featherweights in other calibers. This combination is now considered rare making this the key to any pre-64 featherweight collection. Condition is excellent appearing as new with only negligible marks from handling. Most likely unfired at 65 years old. Stock is excellent, action is factory fresh, bore is bright. Just beautiful. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (C&R)

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Pre-64 Winchester M.70 Super Grade African Rifle Pre-64 Winchester M.70 Super Grade African Rifle

Pre-64 Winchester M.70 Super Grade African Rifle

Lot #150 (Sale Order 150 of 700)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Super Grade African Bolt Action Rifle, #408394, .458 Win. mag. cal., 25'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered pistol-grip cheekpiece walnut stock, Pachmayr red rubber butt pad, hooded bead front and adjustable Express rear sight. Additionally features machine-turned bolt, extractor and follower; two stock crossbolts, and complete checkering around pistol grip and wrist. Mfg'd 1957. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% factory blue. Winchester nomenclature to barrel is thin as these particular barrels were factory rust blued; the ''PW'' proof mark to both receiver and barrel is stamped thru the finish. Stock with only minor impressions. Good action, bright bore. Scarce with only 1226 mfg'd between 1956-1963. Est.: $6,500-$8,000. (C&R)

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Springfield Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, by Sedgley Springfield Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, by Sedgley

Springfield Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, by Sedgley

Lot #151 (Sale Order 151 of 700)

Springfield Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, by Sedgley, #620394, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, fine Sedgley accomplished charcoal blue, custom checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with Schnauble front end, blue steel checkered buttplate, pre-war Lyman 48 rear sight, trademark Sedgley ramp hooded gold bead front sight, with sling swivels and leather sling. Top of barrel marked ''R.F. Sedgley Inc. Phila. PA. USA''. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94%+ Sedgley blue, with thinning at front sight area and near muzzle, and light general overall thinning to highpoints of receiver. Balance point at bottom of magazine and trigger guard has thinned to approx. 85% blue. Stock with light general scuffs and small bruises. Buttplate retains approx. 70% blue. Nice crisp action, bright bore. These rifles were produced all throughout the 1930s with these standard models listing during the height of the Depression at $72.00 each. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Cased Two-Barrel Savage Model 1899 Takedown Rifle Cased Two-Barrel Savage Model 1899 Takedown Rifle

Cased Two-Barrel Savage Model 1899 Takedown Rifle

Lot #152 (Sale Order 152 of 700)

Cased Two-Barrel Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle, #175323, .22-250 and .410 bore, both 22'' long; blue finish, checkered walnut stock and forend, with serrated steel Savage buttplate; receiver with Lyman tang sight. Mfg'd 1916. Condition is about fine as refinished. Rifle retains approx. 97%+ of a nicely accomplished inky blue immersion type finish, which shows very well. Buttplate and some small areas of rifle barrel with pitting underneath the finish. Stock appears original with moderate scuffs, scratches and pressure dings, although checking remains quite crisp. Action is good. Both rifle and shotgun bores are at least fine. Case is period correct and probably original to this two-barrel set. Handle has been replaced, and there are losses along the perimeter edge of lid. Purple-lined interior has toned in some areas and flattened from contact with rifle, but otherwise complete and intact. Est.: $1,000-$1,800. (C&R)

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Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle

Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle

Lot #153 (Sale Order 153 of 700)

Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle, with Redfield scope, #2789, 7mm Rem. Mag. cal., 26'' barrel with quarter rib, blue finish, from the factory without sights. Checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with a semi-beavertail forend, factory red rubber pad with black spacer, Ruger grip cap, quick-detachable sling swivels, and tan leather sling. Mfg'd 1968. Topped with a Redfield 3-9x scope; scope has a gloss black finish and duplex reticle. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98%+ factory blue finish. Stock with intermittent shallow indentations, checkering is crisp and shows no handling wear; forend is a little lighter in color. Smooth action, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Scope is also excellent, optics are bright and clear, reticles are straight. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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1st Yr. Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-AB Rifle 1st Yr. Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-AB Rifle

1st Yr. Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-AB Rifle

Lot #154 (Sale Order 154 of 700)

First Year Production Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-AB Single Shot Rifle, with Leupold scope, #621, .308 Win. cal., 22'' barrel with quarter rib, blue finish, from the factory without sights. Checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with a semi-beavertail forend, factory red rubber pad with black spacer, Ruger grip cap, quick-detachable sling swivels, with brown leather sling. Mfg'd 1967. Topped with a Leupold Vari-X II 1x4 scope; scope has a gloss black finish; reticle consists of a fine crosshair with small center dot. Metal surfaces are in excellent condition and retain approx. 98% factory blue finish. There is a very fine hairline crack on the left side of the wrist which still feels solid, wood is otherwise good with scattered shallow pressure dents and scratches; checkering on right side of the forend with one small flat spot and is otherwise excellent. Crisp action, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Scope is also excellent; exterior shows normal signs of light age and wear, optics are clear, reticles are straight. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)

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U.S. Property marked Winchester Model 70 Target Rifle U.S. Property marked Winchester Model 70 Target Rifle

U.S. Property marked Winchester Model 70 Target Rifle

Lot #155 (Sale Order 155 of 700)

Scarce U.S. Property Marked Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Target Rifle, #398600, .30-06 cal., 24'' medium weight barrel, blue finish. Dovetailed scope blocks are mounted to the barrel and receiver; left side of receiver with sight base. One-piece pistol-grip walnut target stock with checkered steel buttplate, sling swivels, six-position hand-stop. Left side of barrel is marked ''MADE IN NEW HAVEN, CONN. U.S. OF AMERICA - WINCHESTER - MODEL-70 - 30-06 SPFLD-/ -WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL - TRADEMARK - ''. Left side of barrel and receiver are both Winchester proofed; receiver is electro-penciled ''U.S. PROPERTY''. Bolt body is electro-penciled with matching serial number ''398600''. Mfg'd 1957. Condition overall is near excellent with approx. 96% original finish remaining. Metal with a few intermittent light scratches and small handling marks, factory lettering is clear with crisp edges. Matte finished receiver with a small spot of finish loss on left side near the ''Winchester Trademark''. Stock is very nice for its age, showing a very small amount of light handling marks; most noticeable being on the front of the grip and slight checkered impressions to left side near the upper tang; finish on right side of forend has thinned and faded a bit. Edges of the buttplate as well as some spots on the checkering with moderate surface rust and should clean to improve; as is detracts little. Action and bolt mounted safety operate smoothly. Bolt face, bore, and chamber area are all very clean, rifling is excellent. U.S. Property marked rifles from this era were used most notably by Vietnam era snipers as well as military shooting teams and are considered scarce. Est.: $3,000-$4,500. (C&R)

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Post-64 Winchester Palma Match Competition Rifle Post-64 Winchester Palma Match Competition Rifle

Post-64 Winchester Palma Match Competition Rifle

Lot #156 (Sale Order 156 of 700)

Post-64 Winchester Bolt Action Palma Match Competition Rifle, (1876-1976), #G1194667, .308 cal., 26'' medium-weight barrel, phosphate finish, walnut target stock, sling swivels, complete with scope mount and sight mounting blocks. Factory machine-turned bolt and black rubber Winchester buttplate. Condition is excellent showing very little use and possibly unfired. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern)

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Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #157 (Sale Order 157 of 700)

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle, #289470, .220 Swift cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut stock with steel checkered buttplate, Buehler two-piece mounts with rings. Topped with an era correct Weaver K10 scope with twin horizontal crosshair reticles. Mfg'd 1954. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 95% matte overall blue finish. Hollow handle bolt shows light wear to blue areas, the body of which remains bright, as does follower. Stock with light general marks from field use, but overall very good, with small impression to right side near ejection port area. Action is crisp, bore is very good, scope optics are bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Ruger No. 1 RSI Int'l Single Shot Rifle Ruger No. 1 RSI Int'l Single Shot Rifle

Ruger No. 1 RSI Int'l Single Shot Rifle

Lot #158 (Sale Order 158 of 700)

Ruger No. 1-RSI International Single Shot Rifle, with Bausch & Lomb scope, #132-61484, .270 Win. cal., 20'' barrel with quarter rib, blue finish; brass beaded blade front sight, rear sight has been removed. Checkered pistol grip full-length walnut Mannlicher stock with sling swivels, factory red rubber pad with black spacer, and Ruger grip cap. Mfg'd 1985. Topped with a Bausch & Lomb 3-9x40 scope, which has a gloss black finish, duplex reticle, and original lens covers. Rifle is excellent, appearing as new, retaining approx. 99%+ factory metal finish. Nicely figured Mannlicher stock with only a few insignificant marks from handling. Crisp action, bore is clean with sharp rifling. Scope also appears as new with bright, clear optics. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern)

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Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle

Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle

Lot #159 (Sale Order 159 of 700)

Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle, #130-02250, .270 Win. cal., 26'' barrel with quarter rib, blue finish, from the factory without sights. Checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with a semi-beavertail forend, factory red rubber pad with black spacer, Ruger grip cap, and sling swivel studs. Mfg'd 1971. Rifle is in excellent condition, appearing near new, retaining approx. 99% original factory blue finish; edges of barrel rib with a few very minor spots of finish wear. Stock and forend with only a few slight handling marks, checkering is sharp. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Overall in outstanding condition, regardless of age; even more impressive considering this rifle is nearly 50 years old. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Modern)

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Kleinguenther Model K14 Bolt Action Rifle Kleinguenther Model K14 Bolt Action Rifle

Kleinguenther Model K14 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #160 (Sale Order 160 of 700)

Kleinguenther Model K14 Bolt Action Rifle, with Bushnell Elite 3200 scope, #721336, .243 Win. cal., 24'' barrel, mfg'd without sights, metal with a high polish dark blue finish. One-piece pistol-grip hardwood stock with skip-line checkering at the wrist and forend, Monte Carlo cheekpiece, rosewood forend and grip cap, sling swivel studs; length of pull over vented brown rubber recoil pad is 14''. Topped with a Bushnell Elite 3200 7-21x40 scope on Conetrol scope mounts; scope features a matte black finish, Mil-Dot reticle, Bushnell lens covers, and added level. Metal rates in excellent condition, retaining approx. 98% factory blue, receiver and floorplate with a small amount of light scratching and other small handling marks. Stock is very good+ with a few moderate marks from field use, most noticeable is on the left side near the forend checkering; finish on the comb with some very fine crazing; skip-line checkering is excellent. Action is smooth; bore is bright with excellent rifling. Scope appears as new with only a few minor marks to the eye bell, optics are crystal clear. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)

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Sauer Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle Sauer Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle

Sauer Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #161 (Sale Order 161 of 700)

Sauer Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle, #P4656, 7mm Wea. mag. cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish, factory skipline checkered walnut cheekpiece stock with rosewood forend and pistol grip cap having a thin white spacer, still retaining its brown Weatherby marked rubber butt pad, with brown leather sling. Topped with a Leupold 2x7 Vari-X II scope on Buehler rings and mounts. Dating from the late 1960s to early 1970s. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% inky Weatherby blue. Stock with light scuffs and thinning to finish from field use. Good action, bright bore, with clear scope optics over duplex reticle. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle

Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #162 (Sale Order 162 of 700)

Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle, #P52988, .300 Wea. mag. cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish, skip-line checkered cheekpiece walnut stock with rosewood forend and pistol grip cap with white line spacer, and white diamond inlay to grip cap; brown Weatherby butt pad is retained. Topped with a Leupold 3x9 Vari-X II scope on Buehler rings and mounts. Pre-1973 type action. Condition is near excellent. West German made barreled action retains approx. 98% royal type blue. Stock with several minor scratches near wrist and on cheekpiece. Standard duplex reticle scope with clear optics. Smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern)

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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super America Bolt Action Rifle Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super America Bolt Action Rifle

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super America Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #163 (Sale Order 163 of 700)

Like New Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super America Bolt Action Rifle, #SA316, .223 Rem. cal., 22'' barrel, blued finish; one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock, with cheekpiece, point checkering, satin finish, plain steel grip cap, checkered steel buttplate, ebony forend tip, and sling swivel studs, with hooded silver bead front and folding rear sight, and factory grooved receiver. Includes original two-piece box with numbered matching end label. There are a few specks of oxidation present on the barrel near the ebony forend cap, presumably from long term storage. Rfle is in otherwise as new condition, possibly unfired. Nicely figured wood is mint. Bore is mirror bright. Est.: 1,500-$2,000. (Modern)

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Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1 Single Shot Rifle Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1 Single Shot Rifle

Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1 Single Shot Rifle

Lot #164 (Sale Order 164 of 700)

Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1 Single Shot Rifle, #131-13843, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel with quarter rib, blue finish; brass beaded blade front sight, folding rear sight, with peep sight. Checkered pistol-grip walnut and it is interesting to note that this rifle has a semi-beavertail forend, factory red rubber pad with black spacer, Ruger grip cap, and sling swivel studs. Mfg'd 1977. Approx. 98% factory blue finish remains and metal surfaces rate as excellent overall, receiver and lever with mild plum colored toning. Forend with a tiny pin hole in front of the swivel and some dark staining to left edge near the frame; wood is otherwise fine with scattered light handling marks; buttstock with an attractive grain pattern; checkering is clean. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern)

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Ruger No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle Ruger No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle

Ruger No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle

Lot #165 (Sale Order 165 of 700)

Ruger No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle, with Leupold scope, #133-32693, .22 Hornet cal., 26'' barrel with quarter rib, blue finish, receiver has toned to light plum color, from the factory without sights. Checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with a semi-beavertail forend, factory black rubber pad with black spacer, Ruger grip cap, quick-detachable sling swivels, tan leather sling. Mfg'd 1996. Topped with a Leupold VX-I 3-9x40mm scope; scope with matte black finish and duplex reticle. Rifle is in excellent condition, appearing near new, and retaining approx. 99% factory blue, with only a few slight handling marks to the wood and metal. Wood with a nice smooth finish and even color, checkering is sharp. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope appears as new with crystal clear optics. Est.: $800-$1,100. (Modern)

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Interarms/Whitworth Rifle Co. MK X (Alaskan) Rifle Interarms/Whitworth Rifle Co. MK X (Alaskan) Rifle

Interarms/Whitworth Rifle Co. MK X (Alaskan) Rifle

Lot #166 (Sale Order 166 of 700)

Interarms/Whitworth Rifle Co. MK X (Alaskan) Bolt Action Rifle, #B249958, .375 H&H mag. cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip European walnut stock, factory Whitworth marked rubber butt pad, factory three-leaf Express sight and gold bead front sight. Topped with Redfield rings and mounts. Rifle features Mauser action and claw extractor, with one reinforcing bolt thru stock. These rifles were made in Yugoslavia by Zastava Arms Co. Dating from the late 1970s to early 1980s. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, retaining approx. 97% factory blue. Very light disfigurement to trigger guard screws. Stock and action are excellent, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)

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Ltd. Ed. Winchester M.52B Sporter Ltd. Ed. Winchester M.52B Sporter

Ltd. Ed. Winchester M.52B Sporter

Lot #167 (Sale Order 167 of 700)

Limited Edition Winchester Model 52B Sporter Re-issue Bolt Action Rifle, #BS3789, .22 L.R. cal., 24'' barrel, dark blued finish; one-piece checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, cheekpiece, ebony forend cap, smooth steel grip cap, checkered steel Winchester buttplate, and sling swivel studs. Mfg'd without sights, receiver is factory drilled and tapped with scope bases. Features an adjustable Micro Motion trigger and comes with two (2) five-rd. Winchester magazines. Includes the original box that is numbered to the gun, hang tag, and owner's manual. Mfg'd in Japan by Miroku. Rifle is in excellent, near new condition overall, retaining approx. 99%+ factory blue. Right side of buttstock with a few superficial scratches, checkering is sharp. Action is smooth; bore is mirror bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Modern)

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Browning Model B-78 Single Shot Rifle Browning Model B-78 Single Shot Rifle

Browning Model B-78 Single Shot Rifle

Lot #168 (Sale Order 168 of 700)

Browning Model B-78 Single Shot Rifle, with Redfield scope, #9977W47, .30-06 cal., 26'' tapered octagonal barrel, manufactured without sights, metal with a dark blued finish. Checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and Schnabel forend, with gloss finish, Monte Carlo cheekpiece, factory black rubber Browning recoil pad. Topped with a Redfield 2-7x scope and Browning mounts; scope with a gloss black finish and duplex reticle. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, and retaining approx. 99% factory blue. Stock with no mentionable handling wear, checkering is sharp. Excellent action; bore is mirror bright with crisp rifling. Scope is also excellent with a few slight marks to the exterior, optics are clear. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern)

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Winchester M.1885 Ltd. Series Sporter Rifle Winchester M.1885 Ltd. Series Sporter Rifle

Winchester M.1885 Ltd. Series Sporter Rifle

Lot #169 (Sale Order 169 of 700)

Winchester Model 1885 Limited Series Sporter Single Shot Rifle, #00020MP85J, .45-70 cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, dark blued finish; checkered walnut stock and Schnabel forend have an oil finish with black rubber Decelerator recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Receiver and upper tang are factory drilled and tapped for scope mount; barrel with a dovetailed brass beaded blade front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Mfg'd in Japan by Miroku. Barrel and receiver appear as new and retain approx. 99%+ factory blue with a few slight handling marks. There are a half dozen or so small indentations on the stock and forend; color and finish is even and smooth; checkering is unmarred and remains sharp. Action is smooth; bore is mirror bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)

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Rare Cased Grade I Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Rifle Rare Cased Grade I Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Rifle

Rare Cased Grade I Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Rifle

Lot #170 (Sale Order 170 of 700)

Rare Cased Grade I Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial (1878-1978) Commemorative Single Shot Rifle, #131-45598, .45-70 cal., 28'' tapered round barrel, blued finish; barrel with scroll engraving and gold bands near muzzle and breech. Receiver is also scroll engraved with gold highlights on the right side which also features a buck and ''Lyman 1878-1978''; left side ''1911''; bottom of frame is number L-034. High-grade checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with cheekpiece and Schnabel forend are oil finished with a fully checkered steel buttplate and grip cap. Topped with the original mounts and Lyman Centennial scope that is numbered ''1911'' to match the rifle. Rifle comes complete with wood display case that has a fitted red velvet interior and includes a full box of empty Lyman Centennial shell casings, cleaning rod, dies, hand reloading tool, bullet mold, gold-plated commemorative medallion, key, COA that notes this rifle as being #034 of 101, book entitled The Centennial Journal, and misc. factory paperwork. Rifle is in excellent condition and retains approx. 99% factory blue. High-grade stock and forend with an attractive grain pattern, few small indentations from handling along the bottom edge of the buttstock, and a single small blemish to the cheekpiece; checkering pattern is fine and remains clean and sharp. Excellent action and bright bore. Rear of scope is scratched from sliding back and forth within the mount and is otherwise excellent, optics are bright and clear, fine crosshair reticles are straight. There are a few moderate scratches present on the exterior of the wood case, interior is excellent. Dies appear lightly used. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Modern)

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S&W Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol S&W Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

S&W Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Lot #171 (Sale Order 171 of 700)

Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #A320241, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut thumb-rest grips, Partridge front sight and fully adjustable rear sight, serrated front grip strap, no magazine. In original two-piece ''Bangor Punta'' era box with matching end label. Mfg'd ca. 1976-1977. Condition is excellent showing only intermittent slight handling marks; approx. 99% original factory finish remains. Grips retain all of their original varnish, checkering is sharp. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with sharp rifling. Box is very good showing signs of mostly moderate storage type wear and a few spots of finish loss, end label is clear, corners are all intact. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)

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Colt 3rd  Series Woodsman Target Pistol Colt 3rd  Series Woodsman Target Pistol

Colt 3rd Series Woodsman Target Pistol

Lot #172 (Sale Order 172 of 700)

Colt 3rd Series Woodsman Target Pistol, #183831-S, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, factory adjustable rear sight and one original bottom release magazine, in original box numbered to pistol with instructions, test target and warranty card. Mfg'd 1958. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98+% factory blue finish. Grips with only the lightest marks. Good action, bright bore. Box with moderate general scuffing and loss to the lower portion of end label. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt 3rd Series Woodsman Sport Pistol Colt 3rd Series Woodsman Sport Pistol

Colt 3rd Series Woodsman Sport Pistol

Lot #173 (Sale Order 173 of 700)

Colt 3rd Series Woodsman Sport Pistol, #304220S, .22 LR cal., 4.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered wood grips, factory adjustable rear sight and one original bottom release magazine, all in its original box with a copy of the instructions. Mfg'd 1976. Condition is excellent retaining almost all its factory blue finish. Grips are as new. Good action, bright bore. Box with some scuffs and tape repair. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)

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High Standard Supermatic Trophy Series 107 Pistol High Standard Supermatic Trophy Series 107 Pistol

High Standard Supermatic Trophy Series 107 Pistol

Lot #174 (Sale Order 174 of 700)

High Standard Supermatic Trophy Series 107 Military Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #ML78901, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' bull barrel with muzzle brake, blue finish, checkered walnut thumbrest grips, Patridge front sight, square-notched rear sight is adjustable for both windage and elevation. Features a gold-plated trigger, safety, and magazine release; stippled front and back strap. Mfg'd in E. Hartford, Conn. Included are four (4) magazines: two (2) with blued steel bottoms; two (2) with red plastic ''High Standard'' marked bases with the original Brownells packaging. In brown kraft box with hand numbered matching end label and two-piece Styrofoam insert. Condition is excellent, appearing as new, retaining approx. 99% original finish; top of slide with mild plum-colored toning. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips also appear as new. Action is smooth; bore is mirror bright with excellent rifling; overall appearing to have been fired very little. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern/Olympic Exempt)

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Belgian Browning Medalist Semi-Auto Pistol Belgian Browning Medalist Semi-Auto Pistol

Belgian Browning Medalist Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #175 (Sale Order 175 of 700)

Belgian Browning Medalist Semi-Automatic Pistol, #39901T71, .22 LR cal., 6'' vent rib barrel, blue finish, wraparound checkered European walnut grips with thumb rest, factory serrated angle-cut Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, gold-plated trigger, with one factory magazine. Mfg'd 1971. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% blue. Dry firing bar in place to top edge of right grip panel. Very light wear to varnish on apex of thumb rest. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)

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S&W Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol S&W Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

S&W Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Lot #176 (Sale Order 176 of 700)

Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #A139283, .22 LR cal., 7'' barrel with muzzle brake, blue finish, checkered walnut thumb-rest grips, Partridge front sight with added white paint, square-notched fully adjustable rear sight with added red paint, serrated front gripstrap, with one original S&W magazine. Mfg'd c. 1970-1971. Approx. 98%+ factory blue remains and this pistol is in excellent overall condition. Grips with minimal handling marks, checkering is sharp. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling; overall appears to be only very lightly used. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)

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S&W Model 46 Semi-Automatic Pistol S&W Model 46 Semi-Automatic Pistol

S&W Model 46 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #177 (Sale Order 177 of 700)

Smith & Wesson Model 46 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #22961, .22 LR cal., 7'' barrel, blue finish, checkered brown plastic thumb-rest grips, Patridge front sight and fully adjustable square-notched rear sight, with two (2) original 10-round S&W magazines. Approx. 2,500 of the 4,000 total Model 46s produced were of the 7'' barrel variation, ca. 1957-1966. Condition is excellent, retaining approx. 98%+ original factory blue, with crisp factory lettering. Grips with intermittent small handling marks, predominantly on the lower edge of the left grip; checkering is sharp. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. There are some spots of surface rust present on the body of the additional magazine. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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

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

Lot #178 (Sale Order 178 of 700)

Colt MK IV Series 70 Government Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #53259B70, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, satin nickel finish; grip safety, barrel bushing, trigger, slide stop, and thumb safety all have a blued finish. Checkered black rubber wraparound Colt grips with gold Colt medallions, standard sights, one original matte nickel Colt magazine. Mfg'd 1980. In fine used condition with no noticeable finish loss to the frame or slide; matte nickel with light surface scuffs and other moderate handling marks; factory lettering is clear and defined. Grips are excellent. Action is smooth; bore is clean and rates in excellent condition overall. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)

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

Lot #179 (Sale Order 179 of 700)

Colt MK IV Series 70 Government Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #70G50076, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, walnut grips with silver Colt medallions, standard sights, with one ''COLT/.45 AUTO'' marked magazine. In the original one-piece wood grain box with matching end label and two-piece Styrofoam insert. Mfg'd 1973. Approx. 99% factory blue remains and pistol is in excellent overall condition. Factory lettering is clear. Grips with no mentionable handling wear, medallions are bright. The sides of the hammer with a few spots of mild darkening. Smooth action, excellent bore. Box shows moderate fading and storage type wear, end label is clear. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (Modern/PPT)

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Colt Python Double Action Revolver Colt Python Double Action Revolver

Colt Python Double Action Revolver

Lot #180 (Sale Order 180 of 700)

Colt Python Double Action Revolver, #V13636, .357 mag. cal., 6'' vent rib barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with gold Colt medallions, blade front sight; replacement Millett sights include a blade front and square-notched fully adjustable rear. Mfg'd 1978. Condition is fine and shows signs of moderate use; retaining approx. 95% blue with a majority of the finish loss at the muzzle and crane. Grips are excellent with a few small indentations from handling, mainly along the bottom edge; checkering is sharp. Action is tight and smooth; bore is bright with excellent rifling; overall a fine shooter grade revolver. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Modern/PPT)

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Colt Custom Shop Python Elite Revolver Colt Custom Shop Python Elite Revolver

Colt Custom Shop Python Elite Revolver

Lot #181 (Sale Order 181 of 700)

Colt Custom Shop Python Elite Double Action Revolver, #PE04632, .357 mag. cal, 6'' barrel, satin stainless finish, finger grooved laminate wood grips with silver Colt medallions, red ramp front sight, white-outline square notched fully adjustable rear sight. In original blue plastic Colt case with matching end label, owner's manual, and orange hang tag. Left side of barrel is marked ''PYTHON ELITE/.357 MAGNUM''. Mfg'd by the Colt Custom Shop in 2001. Revolver is in near excellent lightly used condition. Cylinder with a thin turn line and minor powder burning to the face and inside of frame; metal with intermittent light surface scuffs and small handling marks, most noticeable are a few darkened rub marks on the left side of the barrel. Grips are excellent retaining all of their finish, right grip with a few small handling marks. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $3,000-$3,750. (Modern)(Not available to Calif. residents.)

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Colt Python Target Double Action Revolver

Lot #182 (Sale Order 182 of 700)

Colt Python Target Double Action Revolver, #K03619, .38 Spec. cal., 8'' barrel, royal blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with gold Colt medallions, in its original box with instructions, hang tag and slipcover. Mfg'd 1980. Scarce with only 3,489 mfg'd in blue. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Modern/PPT)

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Scarce Sig Sauer P220 Sport Semi-Automatic Pistol Scarce Sig Sauer P220 Sport Semi-Automatic Pistol

Scarce Sig Sauer P220 Sport Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #183 (Sale Order 183 of 700)

Scarce Mint Sig Sauer P220 Sport Semi-Automatic Pistol, with eleven (11) magazines, #G323068, single/double action, .45 ACP cal., 5.5'' barrel with aluminum compensator, matte stainless finish, checkered Cocobolo wood grips white dot front sight, adjustable square-notched rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation, with a extended magazine release button, decocker, and bright stainless trigger. Pistol comes with a total of eleven (11) magazines: six (6) 8-rd. Sig Sauer, one 10-rd. Sig Sauer; four (4) 8-rd. Novak's. In the original blue plastic case with matching end label, additional pair of checkered wood grips, additional set of grips screws, tune-up spring kit, and two (2) additional triggers. These pistols are hard to find and this example appears as new. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Action is extremely smooth; bore is mirror bright with excellent rifling; internally a very clean pistol that shows little evidence of being fired. Additional pair of grips also appear as new. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (Modern/PPT)

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Scarce Auto Mag ''B Series'' TDE/OMC Model 280 Pistol Scarce Auto Mag ''B Series'' TDE/OMC Model 280 Pistol

Scarce Auto Mag ''B Series'' TDE/OMC Model 280 Pistol

Lot #184 (Sale Order 184 of 700)

Scarce Auto Mag ''B Series'' TDE/OMC Model 280 Semi-Automatic Pistol, with extra .45 Win. mag. barrel/slide and more, #B00118, .44 AMP cal., 6.5'' vent rib barrel, stainless finish, checkered black plastic grips, integral blade front sight and square-notched adjustable rear sight, with two (2) magazines. An El Monte made Auto Mag that is marked ''TDE'' and ''OMC'' on left side of slide. Included is a 10.5'' stainless .45 Win. mag. barrel/slide, marked ''AMC'' and mfg'd when the company was in Covina, CA. Also included is a black plastic Auto Mag case, a first edition copy of the book ''Auto Mag, The Pasedena Days, The Years 1966-1972'', by Bruce Stark; shooters manual; June 1997 edition of ''American Handgunner'', which features an article on the .44 AMP Auto Mag pistol. This 6.5'' barreled pistol rates in very good condition overall with scattered surface scuffs and others signs of moderate handling and range use. Grips show moderate wear, checkering with a few flat spots, no major blemishes. Rear sight has toned and is plum colored. Action is smooth; bore is clean and rates in excellent condition. Additional 10.5'' barrel is excellent overall; there are intermittent light scratches present on the exterior; bore is bright with crisp rifling. There is no longer a foam interior on the inside of the plastic case; printed material shows moderate age and wear. Est.: $2,500-$3,000. (Modern/PPT)

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IMI Desert Eagle Semi-Automatic Pistol IMI Desert Eagle Semi-Automatic Pistol

IMI Desert Eagle Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #185 (Sale Order 185 of 700)

Israel Military Industries (IMI) Desert Eagle .41/44 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #42168-S, .44 mag. cal., 6'' barrel, combination matte black and stainless finish, black plastic wraparound IMI grips, ambidextrous safety, and one original 8-rd. magazine. Millett sights include a ramped front and white-outline fully adjustable rear sight. Made in Israel. Includes box and extra mag. Condition is excellent with some light surface scuffs and mild edgewear to the barrel. Grips show very little handling wear. Action is tight and smooth; bore is bright and in excellent condition. Est.: $900-$1,100. (Modern/PPT)

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