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Premiere Firearms Auction - Day 2

Premiere Firearms Auction - Day 2

Saturday, April 30, 2016  |  9:00 AM Central
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Premiere Firearms Auction - Day 2

Premiere Firearms Auction - Day 2

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Historic Bullard Large Frame Lever Action Deluxe Sporting Rifle from an Ancestor of the Inventor wit

Lot # 1000 (Sale Order: 1 of 889)      

Historic Bullard Large Frame Lever Action Deluxe Sporting Rifle from an Ancestor of the Inventor with Documents, Books, Stamp, and Bullet Mold

An estimated 10,000-12,000 Bullard repeating rifles and carbines were manufactured between 1886 and 1890 in numerous variations. They used a rack and pinion design that is smoother than the toggle link used on most lever actions and were very well made firearms. Theodore Roosevelt is even known to have used one. Unfortunately, Bullard simply jumped into the lever action market too late to successfully compete with Winchester and Marlin in their heyday. This example is a large frame sporting rifle in deluxe configuration. The included notarized affidavit indicates the consignor's husband was the great, great grandson of inventor James Herbert Bullard who owned the Bullard Repeating Arms Company in Springfield, Mass. The rifle has a dovetailed blade front sight, military style notch and folding ladder rear sight, a forearm with multiple panels of checkering, and a checkered semi-pistol grip buttstock with shotgun butt fitted with a checkered rubber buttplate embossed with the Bullard logo. The only visible markings are "Cal./40" on the top of the receiver and the serial number, "537," behind the hammer. Also included is an extensive genealogy of the Bullard family back into the colonial era, a NEI dual cavity bullet mold, antique family crest stamp manufactured by R. H. Smith Mfg. Co. in Springfield, two extensive binders with copies of documents relating to various Bullard patents (including the Bullard rifle designs and a patent for a "steam road vehicle"), and two copies of "Bullard Firearms" by G. Scott Jameson. One of the copies is a special version of the 2nd edition in a case and is signed "To Eric Bullard Larsen a direct descendant of James Herbert Bullard. Best Wishes from your friend G. Scott Jameson. The stamp at the top right of the page matches the stamp included. The books and documents demonstrate that James Herbert Bullard's contributions to American industry go far beyond the estimated 10,000-12,000 lever action rifles and carbines as well as various single shot rifles his company manufactured in the 1880s. In fact, Bullard's checking machine was still in use at Smith & Wesson in 1971. Like many of the arms makers and inventors of his day, Bullard worked with other manufacturers before being out on his own. He was the master mechanic at Smith & Wesson from the mid to late 1870s before leaving to form the Springfield Sewing Machine Co. which was also partially backed by Daniel B. Wesson.

Class: Antique

Very fine. 80% of the original blue finish remains overall. The hammer and lever display 60% original case colors. The colors on the top of the lever are particularly fiery. The balance displays gray and brown patina. There are some overall minor handling and storage marks. The wood is fine and has crisp checkering and minor dings and scratches. The buttplate has faded from age to a chocolate brown. The action functions smoothly, and the markings are crisp. The books are both in fine condition, and the stamp and bullet mold are in very good condition and have some mild wear. This is a historic example of a scarce Bullard Deluxe Lever Action Sporting Rifle previously owned by one of Bullard's descendants and complete with extensive documents.

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Scarce and Very Fine Marlin Model 1888 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle

Lot # 1001 (Sale Order: 2 of 889)      

Scarce and Very Fine Marlin Model 1888 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle

Intended to be a sales companion to the Model 1881, the Model 1888 was developed in response to the popularity of Winchester and Colt's pistol-caliber repeating rifles and carbines. While the 1888 was a solid design, Marlin's desire to distinguish itself from the competition resulted in the side-ejecting Model 1889, which would establish the signature Marlin configuration and condemn the 1888 to a two-year production run, with less than 5000 made total. This example was made in 1888, just over 100 off from the lowest identified serial number. Blade front and sporting rear sights on the barrel with the two line address and 1887 patent dates and the "44 W" caliber marking, and a mid-range peep sight on the tang. The receiver is fitted with a niter blue loading gate and extractor, with a casehardened lever and hammer. Smooth straight wrist stock, with a casehardened forearm cap and a steel buttplate.

Class: Antique

Very fine, with 80% plus of the bright original high polish blue finish, showing some bright edge wear. A few of thin scratches are present on the frame with a few small scuffs on the barrel and magazine near the muzzle. The case colors remain 60% intact. The nitre blue on the loading gate is bright and 70% intact. The stock is also very fine, with the forearm cap sitting a bit proud against the wood and a number of storage dings and scuffs on the buttstock. Mechanically excellent.

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Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action .45-70 Rifle

Lot # 1002 (Sale Order: 3 of 889)      

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action .45-70 Rifle

The top barrel flat has the two-line address ahead of the rear sight and "45-70" at the breech. The upper tang is marked "-MODEL 1886-" and the two patent dates are marked on the lower tang behind the trigger with the serial number at the end. German silver blade front sight and adjustable leaf rear sight. Blue barrel and full length magazine, with casehardened frame and remaining parts, and mounted with a smooth walnut forearm with steel forend cap and straight grip stock with a steel crescent buttplate. Both sides of the stock are stamped "C G H".

Class: Antique

Very good. The barrel and magazine tube retain 30% of the faded original blue finish with scattered scratches and dings, high edge wear, and aging to a smooth brown patina. The hammer screw in the frame has had the slotted head peened. The receiver, hammer, lever and buttplate retain traces of the original case colors with scattered scratches and dings, scattered minor pitting, and aging to a smooth silver patina. The revarnished wood is fair with scattered scratches, dings and pressure dents, a few cracks near the receiver and a few slivers absent near the upper tang. Mechanically fine.

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Fine Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1003 (Sale Order: 4 of 889)      

Fine Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1896. Blade front sight with adjustable buckhorn rear sporting sight on a barrel stamped with the two line address marking on the top barrel flat ahead of the rear sight and "32 W.C.F." at the breech. The upper tang has the three-line model/patent date information with the serial number on the underside of the receiver. Full length magazine tube, casehardened hammer and lever. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm with steel forend cap and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Class: Antique

Fine. The rifle retains 50% of the original blue finish with scattered scratches and dings, brown speckling along the barrel and the receiver aging to a smooth brown patina. The loading gate retains 40% original nitre blue. The markings are clear. The hammer and lever retain 40% vivid case colors. The wood is also fine with scattered scratches, dings and pressure dents. Mechanically excellent.

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Fine Antique Winchester Model 1887 Lever Action 10 Gauge Shotgun

Lot # 1004 (Sale Order: 5 of 889)      

Fine Antique Winchester Model 1887 Lever Action 10 Gauge Shotgun

The Model 1887 Lever Action Shotguns were designed by John M. Browning at the behest of Winchesters management in an effort to create an repeating shotgun that could build off of the popularity of the existing Winchester lever action rifles and carbines. Only 64,855 were manufactured before production switched to the Model 1901. Manufactured in 1893, this example is marked with "10" and an oval "WP" stamp at the breech, the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. monogram on the left side of the action, the serial number ahead of the lever, and the four line address and patent marking on the lower tang. It has a 2 7/8 inch chamber for black powder shot shells. The choke gauges around improved cylinder. It has a bead front sight and a sighting groove on the top of the receiver. The length of pull is 13 inches.

Class: Antique

Fine overall. 40% of the slightly faded original blue finish remains on the barrel and magazine. The balance has gray and brown patina. The action also retains 40% of the original case colors. The buttplate has a brown patina and crisp checkering. There are some spots of light spotting and various minor marks. The wood is also fine and has only light abrasions and small dings. The action functions fine and the markings are crisp.

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Antique First Year Production Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1005 (Sale Order: 6 of 889)      

Antique First Year Production Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1894, the first year of production. This rifle features a "Winchester Express" beaded blade front sight and elevation adjustable buckhorn rear sight. The top barrel has the two-line address/patent dates ahead of the rear sight and "32-40" at the breech. Upper tang has the three-line model/patent marking. Full magazine and smooth forearm and straight grip stock with a inset brass star on the right side and a crescent buttplate.

Class: Antique

Fair as refinished. The rifle retain half of the dull blue finish with scattered scratches and dings and the barrel aging to a smooth brown patina. The markings are clear. The revarnished wood is good with scattered scratches, ding and pressure dents. The magazine is a modern replacement. Mechanically fine.

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Scarce, Special Order, Winchester Deluxe Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle with Factory Letter

Lot # 1006 (Sale Order: 7 of 889)      

Scarce, Special Order, Winchester Deluxe Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle with Factory Letter

This is a fine example of a documented Deluxe, Special Order, Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle with Cody Firearms Museum letter. The Cody letter lists the features as: "Type: Rifle, Caliber: 40/60, Barrel Type: 1/2 Octagon, Trigger: Plain, Checkered stock with pistol grip, 1/2 Magazine, Shotgun butt" and "Casehardened". The letter states this rifle was shipped from Winchester on June 4, 1886. The rifle has a blued 26-inch barrel with casehardened forearm cap, receiver, hammer, trigger and lever and shotgun buttplate. The dust cover and loading gate have a fire blue finish. The forearm and pistol grip stock are highly figured, fancy grade, walnut with a piano finish and Winchester "Style H" checkering. The bottom of the pistol grip has a horn or ebony inlay. The barrel has a replacement Sheard front sight with 1914 patent date and a sporting style buckhorn rear sight with flat top. A folding graduated peep sight is mounted on the upper receiver tang. The Third Model receiver has an integral dust cover rail and a dust cover with serrated edges. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped: "WINCHESTER'S-REPEATING ARMS. NEW HAVEN. CT./KING'S-IMPROVEMENT-PATENTED-MARCH 29.1866. OCTOBER 16. 1860." in two lines ahead of the rear sight. "CAL. 40-60" is stamped on the top barrel flat between the rear sight and the receiver. "40-60" is roll-stamped in script numerals across the bottom of the cartridge elevator. The serial number, "53011" is stamped in small numerals across the lower tang between the lever latch and the rear tang screw.

Class: Antique

Fine. This rifle retains 50% of the faded original blue finish. Most of the blue finish is on the barrel; has started to fade to a plum colored patina and there are several minor scratches along both sides of the round portion of the barrel. The caliber markings and Winchester legend are sharp. The dust cover and loading gate retain 75% of the original blue finish. The receiver has 40% of the original casehardened finish intact; the case colors have faded slightly and silvered on contact points. The case colors on the forearm cap have aged to a dark patina. The hammer, trigger and lever retain at least 90% of the strong case colors. The buttplate has an even silver patina with a few spots of age discoloration. The highly figured walnut stock and forearm are in fine condition and retain half of the original high polish piano finish. The checkered panels on the forearm and pistol grip show light-moderate handling wear. The stock and forearm have a few fairly minor handling marks with a shallow chip on the upper right side of the stock at the junction with the buttplate and a tiny chip at the end of the stock comb. Deluxe Winchester Model 1876 rifles are scarce in any condition. This is a fine example of a deluxe, special order, Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action rifle.

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Rare Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Musket

Lot # 1007 (Sale Order: 8 of 889)      

Rare Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Musket

Manufactured in 1913. It is estimated that a small fraction of 1% of the total Model 1892 production was in the musket configuration making this example very rare. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two-line address/patent date ahead of the rear sight and the left side is marked "44 W.C.F." at the breech The Winchester oval proof is marked on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1892/-WINCHESTER-/TRADE MARK REG. IN U.S PAT. OFF." and the serial number appears on the bottom of the receiver. Blade front sight, folding ladder rear sight graduated to 800 yards and mounted with a smooth full length walnut forearm secured by two barrel bands and straight grip stock with carbine buttplate, and sling swivel on the stock and forward barrel band. Winchester had high hopes of selling these muskets to the U.S. Government as well and civilians, however orders were not received by the factory.

Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun

Very fine. The barrel retains 60% plus original blue finish with an area of smooth gray patina ahead of the rear sight. The exposed portion of the magazine tube retains most of original blue finish. The front barrel band retains almost all of the original blue finish, while the rear barrel band has mostly a smooth silver gray patina. The receiver retains 50% plus original thin blue finish with a smooth gray patina and bright metal on the balance. The lever is bright and the buttplate has a smooth dark mottled patina. The wood is also very fine with some scattered minor dents, dings and scratches. The markings are crisp and clear. The action is excellent. One will look a long time to find a finer example of this rare variation!

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Rare Winchester Model 1873 Cutaway Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1008 (Sale Order: 9 of 889)      

Rare Winchester Model 1873 Cutaway Lever Action Rifle

Winchester's factory ledgers list these rare factory cutaway rifles as "skeleton" models. "The Winchester New Model of 1873: A Tribute" lists only eight known examples, and no more than a dozen are believed to have been made. This example, like four of the others known, has no serial number and is only marked with the assembly number 4207 on the left side of the lower tang. These cannot be confirmed by factory ledgers, but this example is very similar to the two confirmed examples that appear on the ledgers and are believed to have been used at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876. Like a few of the other "skeleton" rifles, it is fully nickel plated. None of the known examples are exactly the same. On this example, the cartridge elevator and buttplate door are steel instead of brass. The design allows you to see the inside of the action, the chamber, magazine tube, and even the stock cavity. Though obviously unsafe to fire, the action remains fully functional. It has the standard address, patent, and model markings; German silver blade front sight; and an adjustable sporting rear sight. It has the Third Model style integral guide rail and dust cover with serrated rear indicating it was manufactured around or after 1882. Cutaway rifles were used by Winchester to promote their arms and educate potential buyers. They were used at exhibitions and would have also been used by company salesmen. This example may have been used at one of the World's Fair such as New Orleans in 1884 or Chicago in 1893.

Class: Antique

Very fine. 95% plus of the original nickel plating remains. There is some brown patina on in a few areas where the finish is flaked and bright steel in other sections. The stock and forearm are both very fine. There is a notch out of the forearm on the lower left and some mild pressure marks and scratches scattered throughout. The oiled finish remains strong. The action functions fine, and the markings are crisp. This is only the 9th known example of this incredibly rare variation of the ever popular Winchester Model 1873 and is unique!

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Inscribed Winchester Third Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine with Nickel-Plated Finish

Lot # 1009 (Sale Order: 10 of 889)      

Inscribed Winchester Third Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine with Nickel-Plated Finish

This attractive Winchester Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine was manufactured in 1873. This carbine has the Third Model receiver profile, single screw upper tang and serial number, "122892" stamped in block letters on the lower receiver tang behind the lever latch. The left side plate is inscribed in Spanish: "J. de la C I D." in flowing script letters. The carbine has a full nickel-plated finish with varnished, straight grain, American walnut stock and forearm. The barrel has the first pattern upper barrel band with integral front sight blade and folding, two-leaf rear sight with apertures marked "1, 3" and "5". A staple-mounted saddle ring is located on the left side of the receiver. The stock has a crescent buttplate with hinged butt trap door. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped with the two-line legend: "WINCHESTER'S-REPEATING-ARMS-NEW HAVEN. CT./KING'S-IMPROVEMENT-PATENTED-MARCH. 29 1866. OCTOBER 16, 1860" ahead of the rear sight. There is an un-identifiable brand on the right side of the stock

Class: Antique

Fine. The carbine retains 70% plus of the nickel-plated finish. Most of the plating is present on the receiver, hammer, trigger, crescent buttplate and lower barrel band. There are a series of small scratches that run vertically across the right side plate and the right side of the receiver. The left side of the receiver has a few insignificant handling marks and several shallow dents from contact with the saddle ring. The barrel and magazine have been cleaned and have a smooth bright finish. The upper barrel band has dark patches of age discoloration and some shallow dents and scratches. The plated finish on lever is worn and has scattered light scratches and handling marks. The inscription on the left side of the receiver is crisp. The barrel markings are light. The stock and forearm have been re-varnished during the period and have a few light handling and storage marks but remain in very good overall condition. This is an attractive example of a Winchester Model 1866 carbine with inscribed receiver and nickel-plated finish.

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Vintage United States Cartridge Company 44 Henry Flat Rimfire Cartridge Box

Lot # 1010 (Sale Order: 11 of 889)      

Vintage United States Cartridge Company 44 Henry Flat Rimfire Cartridge Box

Constructed from tan cardboard with black printed blue paper labels, the lid and sides bear the circled "US" logo, with the lid label marked "50 Cal. .44 HENRY FLAT/RIM FIRE/ METALLIC CARTRIDGES/For Model 1866 Henry and Winchester Rifles/and Colt's Rim Fire Revolvers/MADE IN U.S.A./THE UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY,/NEW YORK, N.Y.,U.S.A.", and the seal marked for "BLACK POWDER" and the Lowell, Massachusetts address.

Class: Other

Fine overall, with some foxing and wear on the labels and some stains and scuffs on the box. The seal has been broken. A faded ink stamp is present on the underside, possibly "124-3".

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Scarce, Deluxe, Winchester Model 1895 Flat-Side Rifle with Factory and Madis Letters

Lot # 1011 (Sale Order: 12 of 889)      

Scarce, Deluxe, Winchester Model 1895 Flat-Side Rifle with Factory and Madis Letters

Special order, Deluxe, Winchester Model 1895 Flat-Side Rifle manufactured in 1897. the flat-side receiver is found only on the first 5000 Winchester Model 1895 rifles. This rifle is accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum letter that describes it as: "Rifle, 38/72, Octagon barrel, Plain trigger", and "Checkered stock with pistol grip". The letter states that this rifle was shipped from Winchester on May 12, 1897, and returned for repair on March 19, 1898. The reason the rifle was returned to Winchester is not identified. Also included with the rifle is a four page, hand-written, evaluation by author and Winchester expert George Madis. The rifle has a special order, 26-inch, full octagon, barrel chambered for the 38-72 WCF cartridge. The barrel has a Lyman front sight with white insert and a sporting style, buckhorn, rear sight with adjustable center-piece and serrated edges. The pistol grip stock and schnabel forearm are highly figured, deluxe, XXX, fancy grain walnut with factory Style H checkering and high polish piano finish. The forearm has an ebony tip and the pistol grip is fitted with a black, hard rubber, cap embossed "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS". The barrel, flat-side receiver, magazine and lever are blued and the hammer and crescent buttplate are color casehardened. The top barrel flat is roll-stamped: "-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/-WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A.-' in two lines ahead of the rear sight. "38-72 W.C.F." is roll-stamped on the top barrel flat between the rear sight and the receiver. The upper tang is roll-stamped: "WINCHESTER/ -MODEL 1895-" in two lines. Two 1895 patent dates are stamped behind the trigger in two lines. The serial number "2205" is stamped across the lower tang between the tang screws. The bottom of the barrel underneath the forearm is stamped with a five-pointed star followed by the serial number "2205", the letters "V.P. within an oval, the initials "J.P.P.", "C.A.C." and the caliber "38-72". The Madis letter explains that the star is a Winchester assembler's mark, the encircled "V.P." is a Winchester proof mark, and that "J.P.P." and "C.A.C." are initials of Winchester employees who worked on special order rifles. "J.P.P" has been identified as J.P. Parker. "C.A.C." remains unidentified. The Madis letter notes that serial numbers on barrel are unusual and are only found on special rifles. The letter further states that the inside of the lower tang is marked "XXX" which indicates both the grade of the wood and also the degree of fitting on the stock and forearm. A letter form the Cody Firearms Museum states that only 267 Model 1895 rifles were made with pistol grip stocks.

Class: Antique

Very fine. The rifle is all original (as stated in the Madis letter) and retains 70% plus of the blue finish overall. 80% of the blue finish remains on the barrel; wear is limited to some very limited finish loss on the barrel edges and several tiny spots of age discoloration. The blue on the upper right side of the receiver and the lever linkage shows moderate handling wear with a few minor scratches and has faded to a silver-gray patina on contact points. The left side of the receiver has less wear with most of the finish loss confined to the receiver high points and the lever linkage. The rear edges of the magazine show the usual cycling scuff marks. The magazine bottom and lower edges show light-moderate handling wear. The blue finish on the lever has faded to a mottled silver-blue patina. The case colors on the crescent buttplate have faded to a silver-gray patina with a few scattered spots of age discoloration. The highly figured, "XXX", fancy walnut stock and forearm remain in very good overall condition with at least 90% of the high polish piano finish intact. The checkered panels are sharp. Wear is limited to a few scattered, minor, handling marks. This is a very fine example of a scarce and well-documented Deluxe, Winchester Model 1895 Flat-Side Rifle.

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Scarce Special Order Antique Winchester Model 1886 Extra Lightweight Takedown Short Rifle with Facto

Lot # 1012 (Sale Order: 13 of 889)      

Scarce Special Order Antique Winchester Model 1886 Extra Lightweight Takedown Short Rifle with Factory Letter

The included factory letter confirms the rifle was received and shipped on September 23, 1898, as part of order 6666 and confirms it shipped in the current caliber with an extra light 22 inch barrel, half magazine, plain trigger, takedown configuration, shotgun butt, and plain rubber buttplate. The rifle has a standard Lyman ramp front sight with white bead and buckhorn sporting style, rear sight with screw adjustable center insert. The barrel, magazine, forearm cap, bolt and receiver have the Winchester high polish blue finish. The hammer and loading lever are color casehardened. The loading gate is niter blue. The checkered hard rubber buttplate is embossed with the Winchester logo. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped with the legend: "-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A." in two lines ahead of the rear sight. "45-70," the Winchester oval "W/P" proofmark, and "N.S" are stamped on the top of the barrel between the rear sight and the receiver. The upper receiver tang is drilled and tapped for a peep sight and is roll-stamped: "-MODEL 1886." The 1884 and 1885 patent dates are stamped in two lines on the lower tang behind the trigger. The serial number, "118343," is stamped in script behind the rear tang screw.

Class: Antique

Very fine. The rifle retains 90% plus of the original blue and casehardened finish. With slightly thinning down the length of the barrel and limited circular scratches on the underside of the barrel just in front of the magazine. The takedown collar shows normal handling wear and a thinning blue finish. The bolt and receiver retain close to 90% of the original high polish blue finish with light high point wear and a few minor scratches. The niter blue loading gate has high point wear but retains most of the factory bright blue finish. The hammer retains nearly all of the its case colors. Contact points on the loading lever have a silver patina. The modified stock and forearm are in otherwise very fine condition and retain nearly all of the original finish with very minor handling marks. All of the markings are crisp. This is an excellent example of a scarce, .45/70 Winchester Model 1886 Extra Lightweight Takedown Rifle.

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Rare Deluxe Factory Engraved New Haven Arms Co Volcanic Lever Action No. 2 Navy Pistol

Lot # 1013 (Sale Order: 14 of 889)      

Rare Deluxe Factory Engraved New Haven Arms Co Volcanic Lever Action No. 2 Navy Pistol

A rare example of 1 of only an estimated 300 New Haven Arms Co. No. 2 Navy Pistols with a .41 caliber, six inch barrel manufactured between 1857 and 1860 (very few of the production were engraved). The pistol has a blue barrel, silver-plated brass frame and casehardened loading lever and hammer. The pistol is fitted with two-piece grips. The frame is engraved with large, open scrolls on a punch dot background. The engraving is more elaborate than standard Volcanic coverage and style. The pistol appears to be identical to the pair of deluxe engraved Volcanic pistols with ivory grips made for Oliver Winchester and illustrated on page 6 of "THE BOOK OF WINCHESTER ENGRAVING" by R.L. Wilson. The barrel is blued and has a brass cone front sight. The rear sight is located in a dovetail on the receiver. The pistol has a casehardened hammer and loading lever with round finger hole. The top barrel flat is roll-stamped: "PATENT FEB 14. 1854./NEW HAVEN.CONN." in two lines. The serial number, "1981", is stamped on the right side of the loading lever, on both sides of the butt beneath the grips and penciled on the inside of both grips. All of the visible serial numbers match. A "K" is stamped on the left side of the loading lever. The New Haven Arms No. 2 Navy Pistols are among the rarest New Haven Arms Volcanic firearms. This deluxe engraved pistol is certainly one of the rarest No. 2 Navy Pistols.

Class: Antique

Very fine. The barrel retains 70% of the original blue finish with the balance a dark brown patina. The barrel has some minor nicks and scratches and some minor edge wear. The barrel markings are clear. The frame has traces of the delicate silver-plated finish in protected areas; most of the brass frame and grip straps have a mellow un-polished patina. The engraving is sharp. The side-plates fit perfectly. The casehardened hammer and loading lever have a gray-brown patina. The two-piece grips are in very good condition. The grips have shrunk slightly and there are hairline age cracks on both butts. This is a very fine example of an extremely rare deluxe engraved New Haven Arms No. 2 Navy Pistol with factory grips.

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Fine Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot # 1014 (Sale Order: 15 of 889)      

Fine Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1871. The top of the barrel is marked with the two-line address/King's improvement patent dates and the serial number is marked on the lower tang behind the trigger. Blade front sight integral with the barrel band and folding two leaf rear sight. There is a saddle ring and staple attached to the left rear of the receiver. Blue barrel and magazine tube, casehardened hammer and lever. Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with buttstock compartment, (cleaning rod not included).

Class: Antique

Fine with 60% of the original blue finish remaining on the barrel and magazine tube mixed with a dark patina and showing some scattered minor oxidation. The otherwise very fine receiver and buttplate have been polished at some time and are now an attractive aged patina. The lever and hammer retains 40% of the original case colors with evidence of an abrasive cleaning overall. The wood is also fine with scattered minor dings, dents and scratches. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

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Outstanding Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle with Casehardened Receiver

Lot # 1015 (Sale Order: 16 of 889)      

Outstanding Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle with Casehardened Receiver

This is an exceptional example of a casehardened Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle with a copy of a Cody Firearms Museum letter. The Cody letter describes this rifle as "Rifle, 38-56, Octagon barrel" with "Plain trigger" and states that it was shipped from the Winchester warehouse on September 27, 1892. The rifle has a full octagon barrel with full length magazine. The barrel has a standard sporting style front sight with nickel-silver blade and buckhorn, sporting style, rear sight with serrated edges and adjustable center piece. The barrel, magazine, bolt and, loading gate have a blue finish. The forearm cap, receiver, hammer, trigger, lever and crescent buttplate have a casehardened finish with vivid case colors. The stock and forearm are straight grain American walnut with standard oil finish. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped: "-MANUFACTURED BY THE-/-WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A.-" in two lines ahead of the rear sight. The caliber designation: "38-56 W.C.F." is roll-stamped on the top of the barrel between the rear sight and the receiver. The upper receiver tang is factory drilled and tapped and roll-stamped: "-MODEL 1886.-". The lower receiver tang is stamped with the 1884 and 1885 patent dates behind the trigger. The serial number "67002" is stamped in script numerals on the lower tang behind the rear tang screw.

Class: Antique

Excellent. This rifle is all original and retains 98% of the blue and vivid color casehardened finish. The barrel and magazine have nearly all of the blue finish intact and show only very insignificant edge wear. The Winchester legend and caliber markings are crisp. The bolt and loading gate retain nearly all of the blue finish. The forearm cap, receiver, hammer, lever and buttplate have fiery case colors with almost no handling or storage wear. The stock and forearm are in excellent condition. The forearm has a few scattered handling marks concentrated primarily on the bottom and left side. This is an outstanding example of a Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle with very desirable casehardened receiver.

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Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1016 (Sale Order: 17 of 889)      

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

This is a fine example of a Winchester Model 1873 rifle that was manufactured in 1888. The rifle has the Third Model receiver with integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. The receiver has the "step" at the junction with the barrel found on rifles chambered for .22, .32 and .38 caliber cartridges. The rifle has a 26-inch full octagon barrel with full-length magazine. The barrel has a standard sporting style front sight with nickel-silver blade and buckhorn sporting style rear sight with screw-adjustable center insert and serrated edges. The upper tang is factory drilled and tapped. The crescent buttplate has a sliding brass trap. The barrel, magazine, forearm cap, receiver and dust cover have the Winchester commercial blue finish. The loading gate is fire blue. The hammer, trigger, lever and crescent buttplate are color casehardened. The stock and forearm are straight grain American walnut with a varnish finish. The top barrel flat is roll stamped with the two-line legend: "WINCHESTER'S REPEATING ARMS. NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A./-KING'S IMPROVEMENT PATENTED MARCH 29. 1866. OCTOBER 16. 1860.-" ahead of the rear sight. The caliber designation, "38 W.C.F." is stamped on the top barrel flat just ahead of the receiver. "38 CAL" is stamped in script letters across the bottom of the brass cartridge elevator. The upper receiver tang is roll stamped: "-MODEL 1873-" in fancy letters with foliate devices at either end. The serial number, "319788B" is stamped in script numerals on the lower tang between the lever latch and the tang screw.

Class: Antique

Fine. The rifle is all original and retains 60% of the blue and casehardened finish. The barrel, magazine and forearm cap have most of the blue finish with a blue-brown patina and some age spotting. The receiver retains most of the bright blue finish. The finish on the right side and side plate and parts of the left side of the frame show considerable blue-brown patina on contact points. The loading gate retains nearly all of the fire blue finish. The hammer, trigger and lever have 95% of the muted case colors. The case colors on the buttplate have slightly more wear but remain about 90%. The markings are crisp. The stock and forearm are in very good overall condition. Most of the original finish is present on the stock while the forearm shows more handling wear. There is an old, shallow, 3/4-inch chip in the underside the stock behind the receiver tang; the remainder of the stock shows limited handling wear. The forearm has several small handling marks and bruises. This is a very good, original example of a 1888 production, Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle.

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Special Order Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle with Extra Length Barrel, Set Triggers, and F

Lot # 1017 (Sale Order: 18 of 889)      

Special Order Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle with Extra Length Barrel, Set Triggers, and Factory Letter

The factory letter confirms this rifle was received in the warehouse on September 28, 1895, and shipped on October 3 as part of order 19,679 in .40-65 with a 28 inch octagon barrel and set trigger. It is equipped with a German silver blade front sight, adjustable sporting rear sight, and special order close coupled set triggers. The latter were first introduced by Winchester just one year earlier. It is mounted with a smooth forearm and straight wrist stock with steel forend cap and rifle buttplate. The barrel has the two-line address ahead of the rear sight and the caliber designation at the breech. The upper tang is marked with the one-line model marking, and the lower tang has the patent dates in two lines behind the triggers and the serial number ahead of the rear screw.

Class: Antique

Very good. The barrel and magazine tube have primarily a mottled mix of gray and brown patina, and the receiver has traces of case colors and a light gray-brown patina. There is some oxidation and pitting, primarily on the barrel, magazine tube, and buttplate. The forearm is very good and has some light handling and storage marks. The stock is also very good and has scrapes and dings on the butt and mild handling wear. The action functions fine, but the set triggers need some minor work. The markings are crisp.

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Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1018 (Sale Order: 19 of 889)      

Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1883, this rifle features the Third Model receiver with the guide made integral with the receiver. The top barrel flat is marked "WINCHESTER'S REPEATING ARMS. NEW HAVEN. CT/KING'S-IMPROVEMENT-PATENTED-MARCH 29, 1866. OCTOBER 16. 1860" ahead of the rear sight and "CAL 45-60" at the breech. The serial number is located on the lower tang behind the lever latch. The brass cartridge elevator is marked "45-60". Lyman combination front globe sight, a rear leaf sight and a modern production tang mounted peep sight. Blue finish with casehardened hammer and lever. Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm with steel end cap and straight grip stock with a steel crescent buttplate and buttstock compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Class: Antique

Fine. The rifle retains 40% of the original blue finish with scattered scratches and dings and aging to a smooth brown patina. 50% of the original nitre blue remains on the loading gate. The markings are legible. The reoiled wood is very good with scattered scratches, dings and pressure dents. Mechanically excellent.

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World War I Era Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1019 (Sale Order: 20 of 889)      

World War I Era Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

This rifle was manufactured in 1918 and has a blade front sight, adjustable sporting rear sight, plain trigger, and smooth stock and forearm. The barrel has the standard two-line address and patent information ahead of the rear sight on the upper left flat and the caliber and nickel steel marking near the breech. Both the barrel and receiver have the Winchester proofmark on the top at the breech. The serial number is marked on the bottom of the action, and the upper tang has the three-line model and trademark information.

Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun

Fine. 75% of the original blue finish remains on the barrel and magazine tube which have some minor edge wear. The takedown color and lever are silver-gray and have some light pitting. The action retains 70% of the original blue and has some gray and brown patina on the balance. The buttplate has primarily gray patina. The wood is also very good and has some dings and light scratches consistent with handling and storage a some flaking on the buttstock. The action functions excellently, and the markings are crisp.

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Extremely Rare Factory Documented Special Order, Winchester Deluxe Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle wit

Lot # 1020 (Sale Order: 21 of 889)      

Extremely Rare Factory Documented Special Order, Winchester Deluxe Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with Unique Swiss Cheek Piece

This is an exceptionally rare and original example of a Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with pistol grip stock with Swiss cheekpiece and nickel plated Buttplate. This rifle is complete with a Cody Firearms Museum letter and copies of the Winchester factory ledger. In addition, this rifle is pictured and described on page 141 of "WINCHESTER'S NEW MODEL OF 1873" Vol. I by James D. Gordon who states: "One of the most unusual features to be found on a Model 1873 is the cheekpiece. These are usually associated with target rifles." The Cody Museum letter lists the manufacturer's date for this rifle as: "Rifle, 32 caliber, Barrel Length: 26 inches, Barrel Shape: Octagon, Plain trigger, Fancy wood, Checkered stock with pistol grip, Swiss cheek piece" and "Casehardened". The letter states that this rifle was shipped from Winchester on June 29, 1894. The rifle has a special order, 26-inch barrel. The barrel has a Rocky Mountain front sight with nickel-silver blade and a buckhorn, sporting style, rear sight with serrated edges. A graduated peep sight with late style rounded base is mounted on the upper tang. The special order, color casehardened, Third Style receiver has an integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. The forearm and pistol grip are highly figured, 3X, fancy grade walnut with a high polish piano finish and factory "Style H" checkering. The early style rounded pistol grip with horn insert on the bottom. The special order cheek piece and Swiss Buttplate were intended for off-hand competition shooting while the 26-inch barrel provided a longer sight radius and better balance. The top of the rifle barrel is roll-stamped with the two-line legend: "WINCHESTER'S REPEATING ARMS. NEW HAVEN. CONN.U.S.A./-KING'S IMPROVEMENT PATENTED MARCH 29. 1866. OCTOBER 16. 1860-" ahead of the rear sight. "32 W.C.F." is stamped on the top of the barrel just in front of the rounded receiver step and "32 CAL" is roll-stamped in script letters across the brass cartridge elevator. The serial number, "478331" is stamped in small block numerals across the lower tang behind the lever latch.

Class: Antique

Exceptionally fine, totally original overall. Nearly 95% of the blue finish is present on the barrel, full-length magazine and loading gate. The markings are crisp. The case colors on the receiver sides, side plates, hammer and lever are 75% intact. The case colors on the contact points on the receiver bottom, forward edges and top show light handling wear with traces of silver patina. The dust cover has a gray-brown patina. The highly figured, fancy grain, walnut stock and forearm are both in very fine condition and retain more than 80% of the original high polish piano finish. The finish on the bottom and sides of the forearm between the receiver and the rear edge of the checkered panel has dulled slightly from handling; the remainder of the forearm and all of the stock retain the high polish finish. The fine checkering on the forearm and pistol grip shows minimal wear. There are a few very minor handling marks on the forearm and the stock. This is an excellent example of an extremely rare, deluxe, special order Winchester Model 1873 Sporting Rifle with documented cheek piece and Swiss Buttplate.

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Factory Engraved, Special Order Winchester Deluxe Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1021 (Sale Order: 22 of 889)      

Factory Engraved, Special Order Winchester Deluxe Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

This is an example of a factory engraved Winchester Model 1894 Fancy Sporting Takedown Rifle that was manufactured in 1923. The rifle features Winchester No. 7 factory engraving which consists of arabesque and fine border work on the sides and top of the receiver, take-down collar, top of the barrel between the takedown collar and the rear sight, forearm cap and muzzle. The forearm and pistol grip stock are 1X, highly figured, fancy grade walnut with Winchester 'Style H" checkering and piano finish. The pistol grip has a black hard rubber cap embossed: "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.". In addition to the factory engraving and fancy grade stock and forearm, the rifle has other special order features which include: (1) 26-inch half-round/half-octagon barrel, (2) matted barrel top, (3) Lyman folding combination front sight, (4) Lyman folding combination tang sight, and (5) sling swivel eyes on the forearm cap and stock. The barrel, magazine, forearm cap, receiver and crescent buttplate are blued and the hammer and lever are color casehardened. The left barrel flat is roll-stamped: "MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A. PATENTED AUGUST 21 1894." in two lines ahead of the rear sight. "-NICKEL STEEL BARREL-/ESPECIALLY FOR SMOKELESS POWDER" is roll-stamped on the left side of the barrel below the rear sight followed by the caliber designation "-30 W.C.F.". Oval Winchester "W/P" patent markings are stamped on the left side of the barrel flat ahead of "NICKEL STEEL BARREL" and on the top of the receiver. The serial number, "929061" is roll-stamped across the bottom of the receiver. Winchester Model 1894 rifles with factory engraving and this many special order features are rare.

Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun

Fine. The rifle retains 60% of the original blue finish. Nearly all of the blue finish is present on the barrel and the engraving, matting and factory markings are crisp. The magazine has the usual takedown scuff marks around the barrel band but retains half of the blue finish. The blue on the forearm cap and take down collar is worn and both components have a smooth, silver-gray, patina. The receiver finish shows moderate handling wear on the edges and contact points and retains about 70% of the original blue finish. The delicate arabesque engraving remains very sharp. The hammer and lever have about 90% of the muted case colors intact. The crescent buttplate has an attractive, blue/brown patina. The checkered panels on the forearm and pistol grip show light handling wear. The stock and forearm are both in very fine condition. The forearm retains most of the high polish piano finish with handling wear and finish loss on the lower edge between the checkered panel and the receiver. The stock has a few scattered and relatively minor handling marks between the sling eye and the buttplate. This is a very fine example of a factory engraved, Winchester Model 1894 Fancy Takedown Sporting Rifle with unusual number of rare, special order, features.

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Exceptional Pre-War Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1022 (Sale Order: 23 of 889)      

Exceptional Pre-War Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

This exceptional Winchester Model 1894 Sporting Rifle was manufactured in 1930. The rifle has a 26-inch octagon barrel with full-length magazine. The barrel has a Lyman "Winchester Express" front sight with gold bead and a buckhorn, sporting style rear sight. The upper receiver tang is factory drilled and tapped. The rifle has a full blue finish. The stock and forearm are nicely figured American walnut with a low-luster varnish or oil finish. The left side of the barrel is roll-stamped: "-MODEL 94- WINCHESTER-NICKEL STEEL-30 W.C.F.-/-TRADE MARK-" in two-lines below the rear sight. The right side of the barrel is roll-stamped with the two-line legend: "MADE IN U.S.A. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS Co./-NEW HAVEN CONN.-" below the rear sight. The oval Winchester "W/P" proof mark is stamped on the top of the barrel and the receiver. The upper receiver tang is roll-stamped: "WINCHESTER/-TRADE MARK-/-MADE IN U.S.A.-" in three-lines. The serial number, "1082309", is roll-stamped across the bottom of the receiver near the junction with the forearm. The rifle has a red and yellow 1950's style Winchester/Olin-Mathieson hang tag which identifies the Model as "94", the barrel length as 26 inches, and the caliber as "30". The tag lists the price as "$29.50".

Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun

Excellent 99% plus overall. The rifle is all original and retains virtually all of the blue finish. Wear is limited to a few nearly imperceptible storage marks. The nicely figured walnut stock and forearm retain all of the original finish. Handling or storage wear is limited to several very minor blemishes on the underside of the forearm and one very shallow storage mark on either side of the stock. This is a nearly new and probably un-fired example of a pre-war Winchester Model 1894 rifle that would be almost impossible to improve upon.

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Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in Desirable .38-55 WCF Caliber

Lot # 1023 (Sale Order: 24 of 889)      

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in Desirable .38-55 WCF Caliber

Manufactured in 1903. Pinned blade beaded front sight, folding ladder rear sight, and saddle stud with ring on the left side of the receiver. The top of the barrel has the two-line address/1894 patent date ahead of the rear sight and "38-55" at the breech. The Winchester proofs are stamped on the barrel and receiver near the breech. The upper tang is stamped with the three-line model/trade mark information. Serial number is stamped on the underside of the frame. Mounted on a smooth forearm and straight grip stock with carbine buttplate.

Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun

Fine. The carbine retains 50% of the original blue finish with minor muzzle wear, scattered scratches and dings, very light pitting, and the receiver faded to a smooth silver patina. The markings are clear. The wood is very good with scattered scratches, dings and pressure dents, and a small crack on the left side of the stock near the trigger. Mechanically excellent.

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Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 1024 (Sale Order: 25 of 889)      

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1918. Beech combination front sight, rear sight filler block, and a tang mounted adjustable Lyman flip up peep sight. Standard octagon barrel and full length magazine. The upper left barrel flat is stamped with the two-line address/patent marking ahead of the rear sight filler block with "32 W.C.F." at the breech. Winchester proofs are on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. The upper tang markings are covered by the peep sight. The serial number is stamped on the underside of the receiver. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with a metal forend cap and crescent buttplate.

Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun

Very fine. The rifle retains 85% plus of the original blue finish with minor scattered scratches and dings, a few minor dings along the magazine tube, a few small areas of pitting on the left side of the receiver near the lever, and brown speckling overall. The markings are clear. The wood is fine with scattered scratches, dings, and pressure dents. Mechanically excellent.

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