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Swiss Type Percussion Rifle, with scope

Lot # 76 (Sale Order: 76 of 779)      

Swiss Type Percussion Target Rifle, with scope, NVSN, Liege lock marked ''Euret Freres'', .45 cal., 28'' heavy barrel, half-walnut stock with working set trigger, topped with a brass optical sighting tube. Condition is good with refinished barrel. Stock with scuffs, scratches, oil darkening, and notch out of left side from previous sight. Nipple bolster appears to be a more modern replacement. Good functioning set trigger. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)...more

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German Falling Block Schuetzen Rifle, by Stiegele

Lot # 77 (Sale Order: 77 of 779)      

German Single Shot Falling Block Schuetzen Rifle, by Stiegele, Munich, #444, 8.15x46R cal., 30'' octagon barrel, two platina bands, case hardened Martini type action, with cheekpiece walnut stock, double set triggers, diopter adjustable tang sight and fine pin front sight. Condition is about fine. Barrel with minor toning and very light witness marks in front of Schnaubel to side flats. Frame has thinned and toned slightly. Stock with scuffs and pressure dings. Action is tight, functioning set triggers, bore with very mild frosting in the grooves. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)...more

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Husqvarna Single Shot Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Lot # 78 (Sale Order: 78 of 779)      

Husqvarna Single Shot Rolling Block Sporting Rifle, NVSN, .44 WCF cal., 27-1/2'' blue octagon barrel, case hardened frame and triggerguard, with bright hammer and rolling block; 3-leaf rear and brass bead from sights and Marbles style tang sight; round knob checkered walnut stock with smooth forend. Bottom of barrel marked ''.44 CF''. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% blue to barrel with only light wear at high edges. Case hardened frame has thinned to approx. 70%. Stock with light scuffs. Action is good and functioning, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle, by Pistor & Kost

Lot # 79 (Sale Order: 79 of 779)      

Fine Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle, by Pistor & Kost, #14682, 8.15x46R cal., 32'' blue octagon barrel, with finely engraved Jaeger scenes to both sides of frame, case hardened finish to frame, lever, lower tang, and Swiss style buttplate; double set triggers, with protected pin-tip front sight and adjustable peep sight; high cheekpiece checkered Schuetzen buttstock with plain Schnauble tipped forend. Bottom of barrel with ''BUG'' proofmarks, and marked ''7.5M/M'' underneath forend. Matted top barrel flat marked ''Pistor & Kost, Schmalkalden''; top of frame marked in silver ''DRGM No. 919406''. Mfg'd approx. 1923. Condition is excellent showing light thinning to blue at highpoints of barrel flats, 98% vivid case hues. Stock with minor scuffs and one 2'' gouge near lower tang beneath cheekpiece (detracts little). Eyepiece to rear sight is missing. Action remains crisp, set trigger function correctly, and bore is bright. Est.: $2,500-$5,000. (C&R)...more

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Laufstahl Krupp Drilling

Lot # 80 (Sale Order: 80 of 779)      

Laufstahl Krupp Drilling, #775, 16x16x9x72R cal., 27'' blue barrel, case hardened frame, pistol-grip cheekpiece walnut stock, horn buttplate and cap, and small splinter-type forend; exposed hammers, twin triggers, with very light banknote scroll engraving to frame and triggerguard. No additional markings to exterior of firearm, with only ''Krupp-Laufstahl'' to both barrels beneath handguard. Condition is fine retaining approx. 97% blue to barrels, and 75% thinning case colors to frame mostly at balance points. Light scuffs and scratches to stock with minor flattening to checks, and small loss to top left edge of forend. Action is crisp, bores are bright with light frosting in the rifle barrel. Est.: $2,250-$2,750. (C&R)...more

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Stevens Pope Single Shot Rifle

Lot # 81 (Sale Order: 81 of 779)      

Stevens Pope Single Shot Rifle, #7431, .32-40 cal., 33'' part-round barrel of No. 1 weight, blue finish, factory pistol-grip smooth walnut stock and forend, blued steel Swiss style buttplate, set trigger, mid-range vernier tang sight, and period globe front sight. Top of barrel marked ''J. Stevens A&T Co./Chicopee, Mass. USA, Pat. April 17.94''. Barrel numbered to match frame but is unmarked beneath forend, post-dating Pope's relationship with Stevens. Condition is excellent as refinished with small scratches from range use. Stock with minor scuffs and pressure dings. Action is crisp, Pope style rifled bore is excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)...more

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Springfield Armory Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon

Lot # 82 (Sale Order: 82 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon, by Springfield Armory, 1848 dated lockplate, .69 cal., 26'' smooth barrel, finished bright, brass bands, triggerguard and U.S. marked buttplate; full-length walnut stock, and captive buttonhead ramrod fastened with iron swivels beneath muzzle; left side with 9-1/4'' ring bar. Condition is fine to near excellent. Bright finished metal shows possible cleaning at one point. Stock with light scuffs and partially visible cartouche behind sideplate; chips and losses to right side of ramrod channel and along top edge as well. Action does not quite stay at full cock, bore with moderate toning. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Perc. Rifled Musket

Lot # 83 (Sale Order: 83 of 779)      

U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion Rifled Musket, with bayonet, NVSN, .58 cal., 40'' barrel with three bands, bright finished, neatly cartouched walnut stock with 1862 dated lockplate. Condition is excellent showing only light scuffs to stock, appearing near new. A near pristine example of an early Civil War musket by Springfield. Bayonet shows light carbon spotting. Ramrod is present. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Antique)...more

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Civil War Spencer Carbine

Lot # 84 (Sale Order: 84 of 779)      

Civil War Spencer Carbine, #15035, .52 cal., 22'' blue barrel, originally with case hardened frame, walnut stock and handguard. Condition is good. Barrel with light general toning and small nicks and scuffs. Receiver with case colors toning to silver and gray. Serial number is crisp. Stocks are excellent with some handling marks showing nice even feathered grain indicating it has never been sanded. Action remains crisp, bore is excellent with original Spencer six-groove rifling. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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Civil War Smith's Patent Carbine

Lot # 85 (Sale Order: 85 of 779)      

Civil War Smith's Patent Carbine, mfg'd by Mass. Arms Co., agent marked ''Poultney & Trimble, Baltimore'', #3604, .50 cal. perc., 21-5/8'' half-round barrel, originally blue and case hardened finish, with walnut stock. Condition is good. Original finish has thinned considerably. Stock with partially visible cartouche with moderate general scuffing. Former owner's initials marked in left cheekpiece area of stock. Losses to buttstock along top where it meets top edge of frame. Action is in good working order, bore is very good. Smith Carbines were used by many Union regiments, including the 3rd WV, 7th ILL, and 1st Mass. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion

Lot # 86 (Sale Order: 86 of 779)      

Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion, #C17650, .50-70 CF cal., with three-groove lined 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, with walnut stock and handguard. This transitional version was converted approx. 1871-1872. Condition is very good retaining approx. 60% thinning and toning blue. Case hardened frame has silvered and toned dark, as has hammer and lever. Walnut stock shows scuffs, minor dings, and oil darkening near metal surfaces. Action is crisp, bore is very good. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)...more

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Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine

Lot # 87 (Sale Order: 87 of 779)      

Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, #341312, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, brass tacked walnut stock, with 1884 dated breechblock and trap in butt. 1873 type rear sight is marked with the letter ''C''. Condition is good retaining approx. 40%-60% thinning and toning blue. Stock with scuffs and scratches and several missing tacks. Good functioning action, fair to good bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Straight-Pull Rifle

Lot # 88 (Sale Order: 88 of 779)      

Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Straight-Pull Rifle, #112665, 7.5x55 cal., 30.75'' barrel with matching magazine, blue finish, European straight smooth walnut stock, with two barrel bands and rear sight calibrated to 2000 yards. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 97% blue with most of the losses as thinning near muzzle. All visible matching numbers. Stock shows light scuffs and dings. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)...more

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Civil War Spencer Carbine

Lot # 89 (Sale Order: 89 of 779)      

Civil War Spencer Carbine, #49679, .52 cal., 22'' blue barrel, case hardened frame, walnut stock and handguard. Very light ''CGO'' cartouche just forward the upper buttplate tang. Condition is about fine. Barrel with light to just moderate pitting, with light cleaning and partial rebrowning. Receiver shows somewhat vivid case colors that may have been later arsenal redone, as patent information on bridge of frame is somewhat thin. Serial number is crisp. Stocks are excellent with only slight handling marks. Action remains crisp, bore is mirror bright with original Spencer six-groove rifling. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)...more

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Sharps Metallic Cartridge Conv. Sgl. Shot Carbine

Lot # 90 (Sale Order: 90 of 779)      

Sharps Metallic Cartridge Conversion Single Shot Carbine, ##82963, .50-70 CF cal., 22'' three-groove lined barrel, originally blue with case hardened frame, cartouched walnut stock and handguard. Condition is good showing little original finish. Stock is lightly cartouched showing scuffs and oil staining. Action is good, bore is very good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)...more

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Model 1966 Allin Conv. Breechloading Rifle

Lot # 91 (Sale Order: 91 of 779)      

Model 1866 Allin Conversion Breechloading Rifle, NVSN, .50 cal. CF, 40'' white barrel (36-5/8'' to breech face), finished in the bright, with 3-banded walnut stock, 1864 dated lockplate, 1866 dated breechblock, standard Allin leaf sight, U.S. marked buttplate, complete with ramrod and bayonet. Condition is very good with light to moderate carbon spotting. Stock shows light sanding but with clear double cartouches. Crisp functioning action and bright bore. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1868 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot # 92 (Sale Order: 92 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1868 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #7547, .50 CF cal., 32-1/2'' bright barrel, blue frame, 1869 dated case hardened breechblock, 1863 dated lockplate, faintly cartouched Allin stock, with two barrel bands, adjustable slide leaf rear sight, and square lug front sight which doubles as a bayonet lug. Condition is fine retaining approx. 85% original finish. Lockplate shows 40% arsenal blue. Stock is excellent with minor dings and no signs of sanding. Action is good and crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1870 Allin Conv. Trapdoor Rifle

Lot # 93 (Sale Order: 93 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1870 Allin Conversion Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield Armory, #630, .50 CF cal., 32-1/2'' bright barrel, blue frame, 1870 dated case hardened breechblock, 1863 dated lockplate, faintly cartouched Allin stock, with two barrel bands, adjustable slide leaf rear sight, and square lug front sight which doubles as a bayonet lug. Condition is fine retaining approx. 40% thinning and toning finish. Lockplate shows 30% thinning and silvering arsenal blue. Stock is very good with light to moderate dings; left side near buttplate marked ''DKV/WB4''; upper tang of buttplate marked ''US/40''. Action is very good, bore is fine and should clean to excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot # 94 (Sale Order: 94 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #4609, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened breechblock, lightly cartouched walnut stock, with 1873 dated breechblock and sideplate. An all original, low numbered rifle, retaining all early features, with regimental marking ''13'' to stock just above upper tang, with the letter ''V'' stamped just behind the top screw on buttplate. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 95% arsenal type blue to barrel. Forend cap is plum colored. Stock with light scuffs and possibly minor sanding. Action is crisp, bore is very good with light frosting that should clean. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)...more

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Scarce U.S. Two-Band Short M.1866 Allin Conv.

Lot # 95 (Sale Order: 95 of 779)      

Scarce U.S. Two-Band Short Springfield Model 1866 Allin Conversion, NVSN, .50 cal., 36'' barrel (32-3/4'' actual), and considered quite scarce as only 1000 were modified at time of conversion to breechloading; 1864 lockplate, bright barrel, blue locking hardware and case hardened 1866 dated breechblock, one-piece walnut stock, with cleaning rod in place. Condition is near fine with minor toning to barrel and silver gray patina to breechblock. Stock with scuffs and dings. Good functioning action and very good bore. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

Lot # 96 (Sale Order: 96 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield Armory, #41636, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish with case colored breechblock, and walnut stock. Condition is very good with light to moderate toning to barrel, silvering and mild toning to breechblock. Stock with minor scratches and oil darkening near metal components. Action is crisp, bore is good. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot # 97 (Sale Order: 97 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield Armory, #226492, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, with front sight cover, blue finish with case hardened breechblock, faintly cartouched unsanded walnut stock, with cleaning rod. Rifle is complete and original as mfg'd in 1879. Condition is fine to near excellent with approx. 92% lightly thinning toning blue to barrel, sideplate, and hammer; breechblock has toned and darkened somewhat. Stock shows light nicks and scuffs but no additional sanding. Action remains crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot # 98 (Sale Order: 98 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #80117, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, cartouched walnut stock, with leather sling and cleaning rod. Sometimes referred to as a ''Transitional Trapdoor''. Breechblock and sideplate are dated 1873, with ''EAS/1877'' cartouche to left side of stock. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 92% thinning and toning blue. Case colors to breechblock remain mostly vivid but have darkened somewhat. Stock with light scuffs and scratches. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

Lot # 99 (Sale Order: 99 of 779)      

U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield Armory, #139005, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish with case colored breechblock, and walnut stock. Top of receiver just forward of breechblock marked ''MASS.''. Condition is very good with light to moderate toning to barrel, silvering and mild toning to breechblock. Stock with minor scratches and oil darkening near metal components. Old trooper's initials ''FK'' have been carved into cheek area of buttstock. Action is crisp, bore is good. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)...more

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Remington Grade 2 Model 1878 SxS Shotgun

Lot # 100 (Sale Order: 100 of 779)      

Remington Grade 2 Model 1878 Heavy Duck Side-by-Side Shotgun, #6033, 10 ga., 32'' damascus barrels, checkered stock and forend, steel buttplate, case hardened frame, hammers and thumb lever. Mfg'd 1878-1882. Condition is very good retaining approx. 20%-30% thinning and toning brown to barrels, 50% thinning and silvering case colors to frame, hammer and lever. Stock with slight scuffs and dings, minor flattening to checks at pistol grip and somewhat more moderate to forend. Missing the head of left hammer screw. Action is crisp, bores are bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)...more

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