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Fall 2018 Firearms & Military Day 2
Fall 2018 Firearms & Military Day 2

Fall 2018 Firearms & Military Day 2

Saturday, December 8, 2018  |  10:00 AM Eastern
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Browning Challenger .22 Semi-auto Pistol

Lot # 1394 (Sale Order: 201 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 29631U70 DESIGN: This Browning Arms Co. product was manufactured in Belgium. It has a 4-1/2” barrel and is chambered for .22 long rifle cartridges. One mag...moreazine. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Blued metal. Walnut wrap-around grips. CONDITION: Excellent. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5686-005/FFL ESTIMATE: $375-$450

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Reproduction Tower (British) Flintlock Pistol

Lot # 1395 (Sale Order: 202 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 221 DESIGN: This .69 caliber reproduction of a British service handgun was made in Japan. It has an 8-1/2” barrel. Pistol appears to be unfired and comes i...moren its original box. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Metal in the white; full stock walnut stock. CONDITION: Excellent. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5688/NRR ESTIMATE: $150-$200

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Repro Colt .44 Revolver & Accoutrements in Case

Lot # 1396 (Sale Order: 203 of 443)      

DESCRIPTION: Reproduction Colt .44 caliber black powder revolver imported by Navy Arms. Serial number 40805. Blued barrel, brass trigger guard, and wood grips. Include re...mored velvet lined case with flask, tools, and key. MEASUREMENTS: Case 14-5/8" x 6-3/8" x 2-1/4". CONDITION: Good. Oxidation to metal components and light wear from handling. DESIGN: This small powder flask appears to be of 19th century manufacture and carries no maker’s name. Eagle motif. The knife has a 4-1/4” blade and a curly maple handle. CONDITION: Very good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 4589/3cy/NRR ESTIMATE: $200-$300

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Turkish/Middle Eastern Decorated Long Gun

Lot # 1397 (Sale Order: 204 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSS DESIGN: This is an ornately decorated eastern long gun with a smoothbore 43” gold inlaid barrel. There is substantial silver application to the wood wh...moreich appears to be solid. The crude flint mechanism functions. The trigger needs a little attention. The 3” extension to the butt appears to be an add-on for a larger person. The hand that decorated it was not the one that did the rest of the gun. Not to be fired, this is an attractive and decent representation of a mid-east long gun suitable for display as-is. About .45 caliber. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Aged patina on decorated barrel. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: Very good. PROVENANCE: From the Estate of Roy Leckron of Franklin County, Pennsylvania INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5633/NRR ESTIMATE: $400-$500

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Turkish/Mid- Eastern Decorated Flint Rifle

Lot # 1398 (Sale Order: 205 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSS DESIGN: This is an ornately decorated eastern long arm with a rifled 33” gold inlaid, full octagon barrel. There are substantial metal and bone applica...moretions to the stock. The piece is about .69 caliber. The flint mechanism functions. The wood is mostly extant with a crack completely through the buttstock. Some slivers of wood and bone missing around the crack. There are hundreds of tiny brass tacks and inlays in the stock, most of which are still present. Not to be fired, this is an attractive and decent representation of a mid-east long rifle, heavier and more solidly built and fancy than many from the region. A 19th century example. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Aged patina on decorated barrel. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: PROVENANCE: From the Estate of Roy Leckron of Franklin County, Pennsylvania INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5633/NRR ESTIMATE: $400-$500

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Turkish/Mid-East Blunderbuss-type Flintlock

Lot # 1399 (Sale Order: 206 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSS DESIGN: This Mid-Eastern piece has a smooth barrel which is 1-1/2” in diameter at the muzzle. The barrel is 26-1/2” long and flared at the muzzle. The ...morestock has much wire work, some of which needs attention. The trigger guard is mostly missing. The large flintlock is not what one would expect to find on such a gun, appearing to be more Germanic than Middle Eastern, but it fits the mortise. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Aged patina on barrel. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: Fair. PROVENANCE: From the Estate of Roy Leckron of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5633/NRR ESTIMATE: $250-$350

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1864 U.S. Rifle Musket, Rebuilt, Cal. 58.

Lot # 1400 (Sale Order: 207 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: This rifle musket has a Springfield lock dated 1864. The 40” barrel is rifled. Please note: this piece would likely make a good shooter or reen...moreactor’s piece but it has been worked over. The barrel has been cut 1-1/2” from the rear and the breech has been replaced; hence the rear sight is farther to the rear than it was when it left the arsenal. Also a threaded hole has been drilled into the barrel about 2” ahead of the rear sight. The stock shows much less use than the metal and is likely a replacement. No touch marks or proofs at rear of barrel or on the wood. This is being sold as a rebuilt piece. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Patina barrel. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5645/NRR ESTIMATE: $300-$400

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U. S. Model 1873 "Trapdoor" .45-70 Rifle

Lot # 1401 (Sale Order: 208 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 264016 DESIGN: This rifle has a 32” barrel and the bore appears to be decent. Cal. .45-70 Government cartridge. Lock is marked Springfield with the eagle. ...moreBuffington rear sight. No marks visible on the stock. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Patina barrel. Walnut stock. CONDITION: Very good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5645/NRR ESTIMATE: $600-$700

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Relic Condition Remington Rolling Block Carbine

Lot # 1402 (Sale Order: 209 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSS DESIGN: This wall hanger is not in shooting condition. It has been pieced together and probably the best piece is a decent Krag rear sight. It is a Rem...moreington product but the name is not legible. The gun has been glued together and the lock glued shut. Relic condition. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Metal rusted. Walnut stock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Poor. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632-005/NRR ESTIMATE: $50-$70

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Model 1884 Trapdoor Springfield, cut-down

Lot # 1403 (Sale Order: 210 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 346211 DESIGN: This .45-70 rifle started out as a Model 1884 with a rod bayonet. It has been cut down to a 22” barrel carbine-style piece. There is no fron...moret sight. The piece functions. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Metal blue/brown. Walnut stock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Fair. The barrel is plugged and thr firing pin is broken. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632-/NRR ESTIMATE: $200-$250

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Pa. Percussion Longrifle signed Shuler, Liverpool

Lot # 1404 (Sale Order: 211 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: This mid-19th century example of a Pennsylvania long rifle has a 38” .45 caliber, full octagonal rifled barrel and is 43” overall. The stock is...more hard maple. The rifle is signed on the barrel, “J. Schuler & Co. , Liverpool, PA.” Inscribed "Worly" on the barrel. Worly (Worley) family members were barrel makers on the Wyomissing Creek in Berks County. The rifle was made as percussion and has its original lock which works. Set triggers are present and working. The 4-piece brass patchbox has been attractively engraved with a floral motif, consistent with the Shuler shop style. The finial of the box is of the “keyhole” design, a popular Lancaster style that moved up the Susquehanna as the population moved north and west from town. There are two silver inlays, one on the cheek piece and a thumb plate; both are engraved. The trigger guard and other furniture are correct to the piece. The wrist has an old, professional repair. Flaws are as follows and are all correctible: The two center barrel pin escutcheons are missing and years ago someone put some putty in those areas to preserve the wood. Putty was also applied as a stabilizer to the area that regularly burns out in front of the lock and there are cracks in the forestock that have been pasted together. Ramrod missing. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Metal browned. Maple stock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632/NRR ESTIMATE: $1300-$1600

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Pennsylvania Over/Under Long Gun Signed D. Crum

Lot # 1405 (Sale Order: 212 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: Pennsylvania O/U double gun. Top barrel .40 caliber, rifled. Bottom barrel 16 ga. shotgun. The piece is signed “D. Crum.” Daniel Crum (1841-192...more6) was a noted gunsmith whose shop was near Newport, Perry County. Perry County rifles are not commonly located today, especially in this condition. The barrels are 32” in length, the rifle being full octagonal and the shotgun being round. The original back-action percussion locks are marked Golcher and they both work. Set trigger also functions on both sides. Engraved toe plate and two engraved silver hearts adorn the cheek piece. Both ramrods are present. There are old period repairs with nails around in the lock/wrist area. On the bottom of the brass trigger guard appears the name “S. Stroup,” likely an early owner of the piece. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Brown patina metal. Walnut butt stock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632/NRR ESTIMATE: $1200-$1500

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Percussion Pennsylvania Long Rifle

Lot # 1406 (Sale Order: 213 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: This mid-19th century long rifle has a .45 caliber, rifled, full octagon barrel which is 36” in length. No signature, but the architecture sugg...moreests Lancaster County manufacture or nearby. The original percussion lock is marked “Golcher, Philadelphia,” and it and the set triggers work. There are old period repairs to the wrist. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Brown patina metal. Maple buttstock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632/NRR ESTIMATE: $800-$1000

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Antique 12 Ga. Percussion Double Shotgun

Lot # 1407 (Sale Order: 214 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: This 19th century side-by-side 12 ga. shotgun is marked London and the back-action percussion locks are signed Elwell. The locks function. Barr...moreels are 32” in length. Wood appears to be solid. Ramrod is present. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Brown patina metal. Walnut buttstock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Very good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632/NRR ESTIMATE: $200-$300

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12 Ga. Damascus Double Shotgun, Manhattan Arms Co.

Lot # 1408 (Sale Order: 215 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 42167 DESIGN: This side-by-side 12 ga. shotgun has 30” Damascus steel barrels. The gun has exposed hammers and the locks work. Locks are signed “Manhattan ...moreArms Co.” and atop the barrels is the inscription “The Climax Fine Damascus.” Lock and trigger guard are engraved. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Brown patina metal. Walnut buttstock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Very good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632/NRR ESTIMATE: $200-$300

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Percussion Pennsylvania Longrifle signed W. Sweger

Lot # 1409 (Sale Order: 216 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: 37” heavy octagon rifled barrel in .45 caliber. The back-action lock is marked “Pennsylvania Rifle Works,” a Philadelphia firm that sold locks ...moreand guns in the second half of the 19th century. The lock and set triggers function. The rifle has a 4-piece brass patchbox with a “keyhole” finial. Wood appears to be solid. William “Billy” Sweger (1815-1892) was a Pennsylvania rifle builder working out of Perry County near Elliotsburg. Sweger’s products are seldom seen today. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Brown patina metal. Maple stock. PROVENANCE: This lot was deaccessioned from Carson Long Military Academy which operated in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 2017. CONDITION: Very good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5632/NRR ESTIMATE: $800-$1000

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Springfield Musket, Date 1836, Converted. Cal. 69

Lot # 1410 (Sale Order: 217 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBERS: NSN DESIGN: Built as a flintlock, this musket has a Belgian-style percussion conversion. The lock functions. The barrel has been cut to 34” and the nipple...more is missing. Stock cut. MATERIAL FINISH/COMPOSITION: Rusted steel. Condition: Poor. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5673/NRR ESTIMATE: $150-$170.

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Belgian Percussion Musket, Marked "Schopen."

Lot # 1411 (Sale Order: 218 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: NSN DESIGN: This percussion military musket has a 40” barrel, caliber .70, a leaf rear sight and is 55” long overall. Only one minor modification. The smal...morel lock bolt plate apparently was lost and it was replaced with a brass washer and square nut. The gun is otherwise solid and the back action lock works. The lock is marked “Liege” with the maker’s name. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Browned steel. Walnut stock. CONDITION: Very good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5686/NRR ESTIMATE: $250-$350

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Winchester 1873 Atl. Police #59 Rifle .44 WCF Cal

Lot # 1412 (Sale Order: 219 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 331904B DESIGN: This eminently collectible piece of Americana has a 24” full-octagonal barrel and is chambered for .44 Winchester Center Fire cartridges. T...morehis classic lever action Winchester is marked on the barrel “King’s Improvement Patented March 29, 1866 and October 16, 1860.” The unique feature of this rifle is the engraved inscription “59 Atlanta Police” on the left of the receiver. Included is a letter from the Cody Museum. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Blued steel with patina. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: Antique fine. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5722-001/NRR ESTIMATE: $4000-$6000

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Model 1878 Martini-Henry Type Nepalese Rifle

Lot # 1413 (Sale Order: 220 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 3277 DESIGN: This antique rifle has a 33” barrel in about 11.2mm caliber. Single shot drop lever action. Ramrod is present. The buttstock has been replaced...more. As are most Nepalese antiques, they have been in storage for perhaps a century, neglected and worn hard. This is a piece of history not to be fired. Bayonet included. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Brown metal. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: Poor. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 4090-011/NRR ESTIMATE: $100-$150

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Whitney 1861 Rifle Musket, Cut Down

Lot # 1414 (Sale Order: 221 of 443)      

SERIAL NO.: NSN DESCRIPTION: This piece has been shortened to a 25” barrel. The lock still has a faint U.S. and Whitneyville mark. The eagle is not visible. The stock has...more been shortened to a carbine style. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Metal in the white; Walnut stock. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO.: 5743-ANT/NRR ESTIMATE: $200-$250

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Remington Rolling Block Rifle, Cal. 11mm

Lot # 1415 (Sale Order: 222 of 443)      

SERIAL NO.: NSN DESCRIPTION: This piece is marked “E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, NY, USA” on the receiver tang. The last patent date is March 16, 1874. The rifle appears to...more be in 11mm. Bores shows use but is bright. 35” barrel. No US marks or any other marks that would indicate country of use; this model spanned the globe. Cleaning rod is present. MATERIAL/FINISH COMPOSITION: Metal in the white; Walnut stock. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO.: 5743-ANT/NRR ESTIMATE: $300-$450

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Pennsylvania Rifle Signed Peter & David Moll

Lot # 1416 (Sale Order: 223 of 443)      

DESIGN: This Pennsylvania long rifle is signed on the barrel “Peter & David Moll, Hellertown, No.22.” The Moll family is one of the most important rifle building families...more of Lehigh and Northampton Counties, spanning several generations from the late 18th century through mid-19th century. This rifle started out as a flintlock and shows a period conversion to percussion. Guns signed by both men are quite rare. The rifle is sleek and long, having a .48 caliber bore. The barrel is 42” in length. The piece has a 2-piece brass patch box of the regional style, a small toe plate, a proper Lehigh-Northampton trigger guard and an “arrowhead” lockbolt plate also of the eastern Pennsylvania style. Restoration needed: replacement hammer, patch box latch, fore end wood slivers replaced. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5735/ANT ESTIMATE: $1000-$1300

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Unsigned Pennsylvania Longrifle

Lot # 1417 (Sale Order: 224 of 443)      

DESIGN: This piece has a 34” barrel that measures about .48 caliber. The percussion lock is marked “Union Rifle Works.” Union was a Philadelphia manufacturer of locks and...more barrels, circa 1856-1861. The gun has a brass cap box. The lock functions but needs tuned. There is a crack completely though the mid-area of the fore stock. CONDITION: Fair. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5735-ANT/NRR ESTIMATE: $300-$400

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Springfield Allin-type .50 cal. Trapdoor Rifle

Lot # 1418 (Sale Order: 225 of 443)      

SERIAL NUMBER: 39218 DESIGN: This rifle is a single-shot trapdoor conversion of a Model 1861 Springfield rifle musket. The barrel has been sleeved down from .69 caliber t...moreo .50-70 caliber. It is of the Allin type conversion but the 32” barrel with two bands is not consistent with the standard Allin conversion length. The top of the breechblock reads “Model 1870, US” and the lock reads “US Springfield 1863” with the eagle. It is documented that some Allin conversions had shorter barrels than normal; it is unclear whether this came from the arsenal this way or was shortened later on. One lock bolt is missing as is the screw that fastens the hammer. CONDITION: Good. INVENTORY NO./CATEGORY: 5735-ANT/NRR ESTIMATE: $300-$350

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