Auction No. 115 Featuring Fine Collectible Arms

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This sale by Amoskeag Auction Company features over 1000 lots of rare and historic firearms. View the entire catalog here.
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Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 1099)

serial #304002, 22 WMR (Marked 22 WIN. MAG. R.F.), 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely grooved receiver rifle retain 99% original blue with some light operational wear on the magazine tube and barrel. The walnut stock and forend rate excellent retaining much of their original factory varnish with a couple very light handling marks. Really a superb example of these highly-desirable slide action rifles that will be very difficult to upgrade from. (208320-115) {C&R}

serial #304002, 22 WMR (Marked 22 WIN. MAG. R.F.), 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely grooved receiver rifle retain 99% orig...moreinal blue with some light operational wear on the magazine tube and barrel. The walnut stock and forend rate excellent retaining much of their original factory varnish with a couple very light handling marks. Really a superb example of these highly-desirable slide action rifles that will be very difficult to upgrade from. (208320-115) {C&R}

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Winchester Model 52E Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 52E Bolt Action Rifle

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 1099)

serial #E125345, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The target stock rates excellent with a couple handling marks from the years. The rifle has a handstop, two target blocks, six factory holes on the receiver and two on the front of the barrel but there are no sights or optics present. An excellent condition 52E that will make a great addition to any Winchester or rimfire collection. (208374-5) {MODERN}

serial #E125345, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The target stock rates excellent with a couple handli...moreng marks from the years. The rifle has a handstop, two target blocks, six factory holes on the receiver and two on the front of the barrel but there are no sights or optics present. An excellent condition 52E that will make a great addition to any Winchester or rimfire collection. (208374-5) {MODERN}

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Colt Camp Perry Model Pistol

Colt Camp Perry Model Pistol

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 1099)

serial #834, 22 LR, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1927 made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with light wear on the knuckle, high edge wear and scratches. The checkered walnut factory service grips with silver Colt medallions rate near excellent with limited diamond point wear and handling marks. The grips, breech block and crane are numbered to the gun and lock up is tight. The pistol features elevation adjustable Patridge front sight and windage adjustable black blade rear sight. This gun has seen some honest use but remains in wonderful condition. A welcome addition to any Colt collection. (88320-43) {C&R}

serial #834, 22 LR, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1927 made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with light wear on the knuckle, high edge wear and scratches. ...moreThe checkered walnut factory service grips with silver Colt medallions rate near excellent with limited diamond point wear and handling marks. The grips, breech block and crane are numbered to the gun and lock up is tight. The pistol features elevation adjustable Patridge front sight and windage adjustable black blade rear sight. This gun has seen some honest use but remains in wonderful condition. A welcome addition to any Colt collection. (88320-43) {C&R}

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Colt Shooting Master Revolver

Colt Shooting Master Revolver

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 1099)

serial #333202, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. A lovely example of a 1932 made revolver, it retains about 98% plus factory original blue finish with a few very sparsely scattered, very light speckles of oxidation and limited high edge wear with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered walnut factory service grips with silver Colt medallions were standard on the Shooting Master. They are un-numbered and rate about excellent with a few light handling marks. The revolver features a Patridge front sight adjustable for elevation and a windage adjustable black blade rear sight. A beautiful Shooting Master for the Colt collector or revolver shooting enthusiast, it is surely still capable of punching the "X-Ring" out in skilled hands. (88410-9) {C&R}

serial #333202, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. A lovely example of a 1932 made revolver, it retains about 98% plus factory original blue finish with a few ...morevery sparsely scattered, very light speckles of oxidation and limited high edge wear with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered walnut factory service grips with silver Colt medallions were standard on the Shooting Master. They are un-numbered and rate about excellent with a few light handling marks. The revolver features a Patridge front sight adjustable for elevation and a windage adjustable black blade rear sight. A beautiful Shooting Master for the Colt collector or revolver shooting enthusiast, it is surely still capable of punching the "X-Ring" out in skilled hands. (88410-9) {C&R}

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Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Falling Block Rifle

Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Falling Block Rifle

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 1099)

serial #100438, 32 WCF, 32" No. 2 weight octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 95-97% original blue, the loss is due primarily to some very light fading, muzzle wear and a 1 1/2" area of toning to pewter-brown on the left barrel flat ahead of the forend. The frame is similar showing some light wear on its top radius and a bit of fading on the top of left and right flats with some high edge toning. The hammer and lever retain some excellent original color case-hardening which is quite vivid in spots with the breechblock muting to more of a smoky mottled blue and gray case-hardened patina. The buttplate retains nearly all of its original color case-hardening with only wear at the heel and toe. The smooth walnut buttstock and forend rate excellent with only very minor handling marks here and there from the years, showing much original varnish, lightly worn on their left side. The original Beach combination front sight is intact as is the Rocky Mountain sporting rear sight and Lyman No. 2 tang sight as well. The included factory letter confirms the barrel length and weight and states "Lyman front and sporting rear sights", showing shipment in September 1906. Really a super low wall in a very fine state of condition with a very lovely bore. (38320-120) {C&R}

serial #100438, 32 WCF, 32" No. 2 weight octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 95-97% original blue, the loss is due primarily to some ver...morey light fading, muzzle wear and a 1 1/2" area of toning to pewter-brown on the left barrel flat ahead of the forend. The frame is similar showing some light wear on its top radius and a bit of fading on the top of left and right flats with some high edge toning. The hammer and lever retain some excellent original color case-hardening which is quite vivid in spots with the breechblock muting to more of a smoky mottled blue and gray case-hardened patina. The buttplate retains nearly all of its original color case-hardening with only wear at the heel and toe. The smooth walnut buttstock and forend rate excellent with only very minor handling marks here and there from the years, showing much original varnish, lightly worn on their left side. The original Beach combination front sight is intact as is the Rocky Mountain sporting rear sight and Lyman No. 2 tang sight as well. The included factory letter confirms the barrel length and weight and states "Lyman front and sporting rear sights", showing shipment in September 1906. Really a super low wall in a very fine state of condition with a very lovely bore. (38320-120) {C&R}

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As-New L.C. Smith Field Grade Featherweight Sidelock Double Shotgun

As-New L.C. Smith Field Grade Featherweight Sidelock Double Shotgun

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 1099)

serial #FWM58251, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and a light full with bright excellent as-new bores. The barrels on this lovely Marlin-made L.C. Smith shotgun retain near 99% original blue, the only loss being some light box scuffs atop the left tube about halfway down its length, most of which do not even breech the blue. The frame, lockplates and top lever retain all their original vivid color case-hardening, the breech faces immaculate, showing only the slightest hint of wear from being opened and closed. The forend iron, triggers and triggerguard retain all their original blue. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip buttstock and field style forend rate excellent to as-new, the buttstock showing a few very tiny handling marks and light dings, most prominent along the toeline. The breech faces of the barrel are immaculate showing only light wear, again along their lower edge from being opened and closed, and the gun is very possibly un-fired. The arm comes in its original Styrofoam box with cardboard outer sleeve. The Styrofoam inner box rates excellent and retains the two black nylon web straps which held it closed. The outer carton retains the original Marlin Gun Service Division shipping label showing registered mail, and shipping to a destination in New York state. Someone has crossed out much of the labels in black marker, they are however still completely readable. The affixed postage shows a January 20, 1976 date and the addressee of this one-owner shotgun is the consignor. Lockup is as-expected as tight as the proverbial bank vault with the top lever still well right of center. This example is only about 900 numbers from the last recorded serial number under Marlin production. If ever you were looking for a very nearly as-new LC, this shotgun fills the bill. (38236) {C&R}

serial #FWM58251, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and a light full with bright excellent as-new bores. The barrels on this lovely Marlin-made L.C. Smit...moreh shotgun retain near 99% original blue, the only loss being some light box scuffs atop the left tube about halfway down its length, most of which do not even breech the blue. The frame, lockplates and top lever retain all their original vivid color case-hardening, the breech faces immaculate, showing only the slightest hint of wear from being opened and closed. The forend iron, triggers and triggerguard retain all their original blue. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip buttstock and field style forend rate excellent to as-new, the buttstock showing a few very tiny handling marks and light dings, most prominent along the toeline. The breech faces of the barrel are immaculate showing only light wear, again along their lower edge from being opened and closed, and the gun is very possibly un-fired. The arm comes in its original Styrofoam box with cardboard outer sleeve. The Styrofoam inner box rates excellent and retains the two black nylon web straps which held it closed. The outer carton retains the original Marlin Gun Service Division shipping label showing registered mail, and shipping to a destination in New York state. Someone has crossed out much of the labels in black marker, they are however still completely readable. The affixed postage shows a January 20, 1976 date and the addressee of this one-owner shotgun is the consignor. Lockup is as-expected as tight as the proverbial bank vault with the top lever still well right of center. This example is only about 900 numbers from the last recorded serial number under Marlin production. If ever you were looking for a very nearly as-new LC, this shotgun fills the bill. (38236) {C&R}

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Lovely Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

Lovely Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 1099)

serial #212569, .31 cal, 6" octagon barrel with a bright very good plus to very near excellent bore which shows only some sparsely scattered very light oxidation. The barrel retains about 95-97% original blue, the loss due to flaking on the left flats and some light toning at the muzzle, also with sparsely scattered spots of oxidation here and there, it features the New York address. The loading lever shows some very lovely color case-hardening and the 5-shot cylinder has toned to a deep gray-blue faded original blue with a strong cylinder scene; the hammer rest pins are partially intact. The frame retains about 97% original color case-hardening which is quite vibrant in spots, also showing some sparsely scattered light oxidation. The hammer is similar, with some light oxidation on its right side, the trigger with strong pale fire temper blue. The triggerguard retains perhaps 40% original silver plate with the straps fading to a goldenrod patina, the backstrap retaining perhaps 20% original silver along the butt and atop the knuckle, the rear strap a goldenrod patina. The one piece walnut grip rates very good plus showing flaked varnish left and right but with few light handling marks; they are ink pen-numbered to the gun on their interior. All of the numbers are matching with the exception of the wedge and the gun times properly and locks up well. A very lovely Colt 1849 Pocket overall retaining very nice condition. (38346-15) {ANTIQUE}[Richard Grundhofer Collection]

serial #212569, .31 cal, 6" octagon barrel with a bright very good plus to very near excellent bore which shows only some sparsely scattered very light oxidation. The bar...morerel retains about 95-97% original blue, the loss due to flaking on the left flats and some light toning at the muzzle, also with sparsely scattered spots of oxidation here and there, it features the New York address. The loading lever shows some very lovely color case-hardening and the 5-shot cylinder has toned to a deep gray-blue faded original blue with a strong cylinder scene; the hammer rest pins are partially intact. The frame retains about 97% original color case-hardening which is quite vibrant in spots, also showing some sparsely scattered light oxidation. The hammer is similar, with some light oxidation on its right side, the trigger with strong pale fire temper blue. The triggerguard retains perhaps 40% original silver plate with the straps fading to a goldenrod patina, the backstrap retaining perhaps 20% original silver along the butt and atop the knuckle, the rear strap a goldenrod patina. The one piece walnut grip rates very good plus showing flaked varnish left and right but with few light handling marks; they are ink pen-numbered to the gun on their interior. All of the numbers are matching with the exception of the wedge and the gun times properly and locks up well. A very lovely Colt 1849 Pocket overall retaining very nice condition. (38346-15) {ANTIQUE}[Richard Grundhofer Collection]

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Very Fine Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

Very Fine Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 1099)

serial #235343, .31 cal, 5" octagon barrel with a good to near very good bore which shows strong rifling but with scattered light oxidation and pitting. The barrel is rather nice showing perhaps 20% original flaked bright blue, the balance faded to dark gray-blue patina with some toning to pewter. The loading lever shows some very nice color case-hardening with the 6-shot cylinder retaining perhaps 90-92% original bright blue with a strong scene; the hammer rest pins are partially intact. The frame and hammer remain quite nice retaining perhaps 95% original color case-hardening, the trigger with some strong pale fire temper blue. The triggerguard has strong trace blue on its frame flat, the frontstrap and backstrap have toned to a tarnished goldenrod patina with some generous trace silver plate atop the knuckle. The one piece walnut grip rates a very good plus to excellent showing only some minor handling marks and light dings with very light wear at the sharp edges of the butt; it is correctly ink pencil-numbered to the gun on its interior. The gun seems to time well and lock up appropriately, a few of the screw heads show some light slot damage but most show lovely pale original fire temper blue and the barrel features the New York address. All of the numbers are matching including the wedge. Really a super example overall (38346-22) {ANTIQUE}[Richard Grundhofer Collection]

serial #235343, .31 cal, 5" octagon barrel with a good to near very good bore which shows strong rifling but with scattered light oxidation and pitting. The barrel is rat...moreher nice showing perhaps 20% original flaked bright blue, the balance faded to dark gray-blue patina with some toning to pewter. The loading lever shows some very nice color case-hardening with the 6-shot cylinder retaining perhaps 90-92% original bright blue with a strong scene; the hammer rest pins are partially intact. The frame and hammer remain quite nice retaining perhaps 95% original color case-hardening, the trigger with some strong pale fire temper blue. The triggerguard has strong trace blue on its frame flat, the frontstrap and backstrap have toned to a tarnished goldenrod patina with some generous trace silver plate atop the knuckle. The one piece walnut grip rates a very good plus to excellent showing only some minor handling marks and light dings with very light wear at the sharp edges of the butt; it is correctly ink pencil-numbered to the gun on its interior. The gun seems to time well and lock up appropriately, a few of the screw heads show some light slot damage but most show lovely pale original fire temper blue and the barrel features the New York address. All of the numbers are matching including the wedge. Really a super example overall (38346-22) {ANTIQUE}[Richard Grundhofer Collection]

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Colt Gold Cup National Match Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Gold Cup National Match Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 1099)

serial #4996-NM, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1959 made Gold Cup retains about 98% factory blue with a few scratches and light high edge wear. The checkered walnut factory grips with gold Colt medallions rate excellent. The pistol features a factory adjustable Accro rear sight, Patridge front sight, skeletonized trigger with overtravel screw and serrated raised rib on the slide to name a few. This pistol includes a period two-piece factory "Gold Cup" box that is correctly labeled to the gun but un-numbered, a Colt "coin" screwdriver with a small oxidation blemish and a single correct factory magazine. The box rates very good with light handling wear and two corners on the cover repaired. A fine example of the post war National Match. (88410-11) {C&R}

serial #4996-NM, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1959 made Gold Cup retains about 98% factory blue with a few scratches and light high edge wear. Th...moree checkered walnut factory grips with gold Colt medallions rate excellent. The pistol features a factory adjustable Accro rear sight, Patridge front sight, skeletonized trigger with overtravel screw and serrated raised rib on the slide to name a few. This pistol includes a period two-piece factory "Gold Cup" box that is correctly labeled to the gun but un-numbered, a Colt "coin" screwdriver with a small oxidation blemish and a single correct factory magazine. The box rates very good with light handling wear and two corners on the cover repaired. A fine example of the post war National Match. (88410-11) {C&R}

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Excellent U.S. Model 1911A1 Pistol by Union Switch and Signal

Excellent U.S. Model 1911A1 Pistol by Union Switch and Signal

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 1099)

serial #1070696, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an absolutely wonderful "Switch". The metal surfaces retain about 98 to near 99% original dark black Du-lite finish, the loss being some very light high edge wear at muzzle and rear of slide and some sparsely scattered very light handling marks here and there, most of which do not breech the blue. The brown plastic Keyes Fibre Company grips are the early style without reinforcement rings around the screw holes and rate excellent. The barrel is a correct High Standard-manufactured barrel and a single seven round Risdon magazine is included. All of the appropriate components appear to be a Union Switch and Signal and according to the consignor, the arm was issued to him and kept throughout the war. The circled U.S. inspector's "RCD" is crisp and stamped after finish on the left side of the arm. The breech face is immaculate and shows no signs of ever having touched brass, the front polished edge of the extractor still brilliant, feed ramp and chamber show no signs of ever having a cartridge introduced. The holster issued with the arm is included. It is a tan "U.S." marked Boyt, 1945-dated holster in about excellent condition showing only very light wear and the expected verdigree at the brass hardware. Overall a very nearly as-new, issued Union Switch and Signal, which could very easily pass for "unissued". (38380-1) {C&R}

serial #1070696, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an absolutely wonderful "Switch". The metal surfaces retain about 98 to near 99% or...moreiginal dark black Du-lite finish, the loss being some very light high edge wear at muzzle and rear of slide and some sparsely scattered very light handling marks here and there, most of which do not breech the blue. The brown plastic Keyes Fibre Company grips are the early style without reinforcement rings around the screw holes and rate excellent. The barrel is a correct High Standard-manufactured barrel and a single seven round Risdon magazine is included. All of the appropriate components appear to be a Union Switch and Signal and according to the consignor, the arm was issued to him and kept throughout the war. The circled U.S. inspector's "RCD" is crisp and stamped after finish on the left side of the arm. The breech face is immaculate and shows no signs of ever having touched brass, the front polished edge of the extractor still brilliant, feed ramp and chamber show no signs of ever having a cartridge introduced. The holster issued with the arm is included. It is a tan "U.S." marked Boyt, 1945-dated holster in about excellent condition showing only very light wear and the expected verdigree at the brass hardware. Overall a very nearly as-new, issued Union Switch and Signal, which could very easily pass for "unissued". (38380-1) {C&R}

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Stevens Hunter's Pet No. 34 Pocket Rifle

Stevens Hunter's Pet No. 34 Pocket Rifle

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 1099)

serial #4100, 22 LR, 17 3/4" octagon barrel with an about very good bore which shows good rifling most of its length with some sparsely scattered light pinprick pits here and there, more prominent near the throat. The barrel retains about 70% original blue, the loss is due primarily to fading, appearing much stronger under normal ambient light, with wear to pewter on the sharp edges and near muzzle, also with the sparsely scattered minor handling mark or light oxidation here and there. The frame retains about 97% original heavy nickel plate with light wear on the frontstrap and some light brown freckling on the left side of the frame in the area of the trigger sheath. There is brilliant pale fire temper blue on the hammer and strong trace blue on the trigger. The matching-numbered buttstock is similar, retaining perhaps 95% original nickel, with flaking along the lower left arm of the stock and on the butt proper; barrel and frame are numbered alike. The smooth walnut grips rate very good with much original varnish and only minor dings and handling marks, they are pencil-numbered to the gun, this example was made with factory schnabel forearm which rates very good as well. The rifle is sighted with a Beach-style combination front sight and two-leaf express rear, one standing one folding. Lockup is tight with no play noted and the gun functions well mechanically. A very nice Hunters Pet overall. (38320-83) {C&R}

serial #4100, 22 LR, 17 3/4" octagon barrel with an about very good bore which shows good rifling most of its length with some sparsely scattered light pinprick pits here...more and there, more prominent near the throat. The barrel retains about 70% original blue, the loss is due primarily to fading, appearing much stronger under normal ambient light, with wear to pewter on the sharp edges and near muzzle, also with the sparsely scattered minor handling mark or light oxidation here and there. The frame retains about 97% original heavy nickel plate with light wear on the frontstrap and some light brown freckling on the left side of the frame in the area of the trigger sheath. There is brilliant pale fire temper blue on the hammer and strong trace blue on the trigger. The matching-numbered buttstock is similar, retaining perhaps 95% original nickel, with flaking along the lower left arm of the stock and on the butt proper; barrel and frame are numbered alike. The smooth walnut grips rate very good with much original varnish and only minor dings and handling marks, they are pencil-numbered to the gun, this example was made with factory schnabel forearm which rates very good as well. The rifle is sighted with a Beach-style combination front sight and two-leaf express rear, one standing one folding. Lockup is tight with no play noted and the gun functions well mechanically. A very nice Hunters Pet overall. (38320-83) {C&R}

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Stevens New Model No. 40 Pocket Rifle

Stevens New Model No. 40 Pocket Rifle

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 1099)

serial #32633, 22 LR, 12" part octagon part round barrel with a good to perhaps near very good bore which shows strong evident rifling but with scattered light pitting its full-length, more prominent near the breech end. The barrel retains about 97% original blue, the loss is due to light fading, some muzzle wear and a few scattered light scratches or handling marks. The frame and triggerguard retain all their original heavy nickel plate with a few very light, superficial scratches here and there. There is very good strong original blue on the hammer and trigger and many of the screws. Included is the matching-numbered buttstock which rates very good plus with scattered light oxidation and flaking, retaining perhaps 92-95% original nickel overall; the barrel and frame are numbered alike. The smooth walnut grips rate excellent and are pencil-numbered to the gun. The rifle is sighted with a proper combination front sight and flip-up adjustable ladder rear. Really a super example overall in a very fine state of condition. (38320-79) {C&R}

serial #32633, 22 LR, 12" part octagon part round barrel with a good to perhaps near very good bore which shows strong evident rifling but with scattered light pitting it...mores full-length, more prominent near the breech end. The barrel retains about 97% original blue, the loss is due to light fading, some muzzle wear and a few scattered light scratches or handling marks. The frame and triggerguard retain all their original heavy nickel plate with a few very light, superficial scratches here and there. There is very good strong original blue on the hammer and trigger and many of the screws. Included is the matching-numbered buttstock which rates very good plus with scattered light oxidation and flaking, retaining perhaps 92-95% original nickel overall; the barrel and frame are numbered alike. The smooth walnut grips rate excellent and are pencil-numbered to the gun. The rifle is sighted with a proper combination front sight and flip-up adjustable ladder rear. Really a super example overall in a very fine state of condition. (38320-79) {C&R}

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Fine Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Fine Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 1099)

serial #265835, 32 W.S., 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The receiver retains 75% original blue with a couple small spots of lightly cleaned pitting on the right side, scattered fading to brown and freckling. The hammer retains a substantial amount of its original case colors with scattered freckling while the lever is primarily a dull brown patina with some silvering and light oxidation staining. The barrel, bands and magazine tube retain 93-95% original blue with a couple tiny specks of light pitting near muzzle, few small spots of oxidation and scattered light fading. The crescent buttplate is a dull gray patina with scattered oxidation staining and freckling. The walnut stock rates very good plus as lightly cleaned with a few scattered light dings and handling marks. The rifle has a tang mounted Marbles peep sight, a Winchester smokeless rear sight and an unmarked gold blade front sight. A very fine Winchester 1894 rifle overall. (208320-129) {C&R}

serial #265835, 32 W.S., 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The receiver retains 75% original bl...moreue with a couple small spots of lightly cleaned pitting on the right side, scattered fading to brown and freckling. The hammer retains a substantial amount of its original case colors with scattered freckling while the lever is primarily a dull brown patina with some silvering and light oxidation staining. The barrel, bands and magazine tube retain 93-95% original blue with a couple tiny specks of light pitting near muzzle, few small spots of oxidation and scattered light fading. The crescent buttplate is a dull gray patina with scattered oxidation staining and freckling. The walnut stock rates very good plus as lightly cleaned with a few scattered light dings and handling marks. The rifle has a tang mounted Marbles peep sight, a Winchester smokeless rear sight and an unmarked gold blade front sight. A very fine Winchester 1894 rifle overall. (208320-129) {C&R}

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Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Carbine

Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Carbine

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 1099)

serial #1092325, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver and lever retain 85% original blue with the bottom lower tang screw showing moderate slot damage, scattered fading to gray, freckling and light silvering. The nosecap, barrel and magazine tube retain 95% original blue with some light freckling specks, light silvering around muzzle and scattered light fading to brown. The checkered pistolgrip walnut stock and forend rate very good with an added varnish, with scattered light scratches, dings and handling marks. The rifle has factory sling studs, a pistolgrip cap, a sporting rear sight and a sporting ramp front sight. A very fine Model 64 Deluxe carbine. (208360-12) {C&R}

serial #1092325, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver and lever retain 85% original blue with the bottom lower tang screw showing moderate slot ...moredamage, scattered fading to gray, freckling and light silvering. The nosecap, barrel and magazine tube retain 95% original blue with some light freckling specks, light silvering around muzzle and scattered light fading to brown. The checkered pistolgrip walnut stock and forend rate very good with an added varnish, with scattered light scratches, dings and handling marks. The rifle has factory sling studs, a pistolgrip cap, a sporting rear sight and a sporting ramp front sight. A very fine Model 64 Deluxe carbine. (208360-12) {C&R}

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Colt Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Colt Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 1099)

serial #2718, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore which shows sparse light frosting, primarily within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 90-92% original blue, the chief loss being toning to a gray-brown on the straps. A top radii of the slide shows wear to pewter, also along the high edges and contact points, the flats showing some sparsely scattered very light oxidation staining. The trigger, extractor, grip screws and rear sight retain strong pale fire temper blue with some mottled gray-blue color case-hardening on the rounded checkered hammer. The diamond-checkered walnut grips rate very good and very good plus-fine, the right grip showing more wear and a few lightly chipped points, the left grip showing less wear with very good varnish. Included is a single original blued-body seven round magazine which is unmarked and shows some very light oxidation on its base plate. There are a few minor impact marks here and there, primarily around the rear barrel cam pin, and the bottom of the butt shows some punch-dot initials from the period of use which are honest and unobtrusive. The markings remain crisp and legible and the gun is a very nice example overall. (38318-10) {C&R}

serial #2718, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore which shows sparse light frosting, primarily within the grooves. The metal surfaces re...moretain perhaps 90-92% original blue, the chief loss being toning to a gray-brown on the straps. A top radii of the slide shows wear to pewter, also along the high edges and contact points, the flats showing some sparsely scattered very light oxidation staining. The trigger, extractor, grip screws and rear sight retain strong pale fire temper blue with some mottled gray-blue color case-hardening on the rounded checkered hammer. The diamond-checkered walnut grips rate very good and very good plus-fine, the right grip showing more wear and a few lightly chipped points, the left grip showing less wear with very good varnish. Included is a single original blued-body seven round magazine which is unmarked and shows some very light oxidation on its base plate. There are a few minor impact marks here and there, primarily around the rear barrel cam pin, and the bottom of the butt shows some punch-dot initials from the period of use which are honest and unobtrusive. The markings remain crisp and legible and the gun is a very nice example overall. (38318-10) {C&R}

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Smith & Wesson Model K-22 Masterpiece Double Action Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model K-22 Masterpiece Double Action Revolver

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 1099)

serial #K205802, 22 LR, 6" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1953 5-screw revolver retain 99% original blue with a few minor handling marks and a couple of specks of oxidation. The trigger and hammer remain excellent retaining 99% original bold case colors. The diamond checkered walnut Magna grips with inset S&W medallions rate excellent with a minor blemish on the base. The gun is sighted with its original 1/8" Patridge front and micrometer click black blade rear sights. All appropriate parts, including the grips, are correctly numbered to the gun. An incredible condition K-22 that was well cared for and is likely unused. (128349-35) {C&R}

serial #K205802, 22 LR, 6" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1953 5-screw revolver retain 99% original blue with a few min...moreor handling marks and a couple of specks of oxidation. The trigger and hammer remain excellent retaining 99% original bold case colors. The diamond checkered walnut Magna grips with inset S&W medallions rate excellent with a minor blemish on the base. The gun is sighted with its original 1/8" Patridge front and micrometer click black blade rear sights. All appropriate parts, including the grips, are correctly numbered to the gun. An incredible condition K-22 that was well cared for and is likely unused. (128349-35) {C&R}

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High Standard Model 102 Olympic Citation Semi-Auto Pistol

High Standard Model 102 Olympic Citation Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 1099)

serial #994808, 22 Short, 6 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a little fading on the rear gripstrap and a couple of specks of oxidation. The checkered brown plastic grips rate excellent. The gun is marked "Olympic Citation" on the left side of the frame. It features an adjustable sight mounted to the aluminum slide, two barrel weights, and a muzzle brake. The barrel has been drilled and tapped with a scope rail affixed, and it comes with a total of two magazines. A very nice Olympic that appears to have seen limited use. (128361-16) {C&R}

serial #994808, 22 Short, 6 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a little fading on the rear gripstrap and a coup...morele of specks of oxidation. The checkered brown plastic grips rate excellent. The gun is marked "Olympic Citation" on the left side of the frame. It features an adjustable sight mounted to the aluminum slide, two barrel weights, and a muzzle brake. The barrel has been drilled and tapped with a scope rail affixed, and it comes with a total of two magazines. A very nice Olympic that appears to have seen limited use. (128361-16) {C&R}

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Custom Colt Detective Special Revolver

Custom Colt Detective Special Revolver

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 1099)

serial #383522, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful gun has been professionally reworked in the same guise as the famed "Fitz Special" sold in limited numbers by Colt. The concept was the brainchild of J. H. "Fitz" FitzGerald who was employed by Colt from 1918 to 1944 as spokesman, demonstrator and armorer. This lovely Detective Special retains 99% factory and factory quality reapplied blue finish with a faint turn ring on the cylinder and small ding on the backstrap. The cylinder and barrel appear to be factory original blue. The un-numbered checkered walnut factory grips with silver Colt medallions rate excellent. This gun has all the features of an authentic "Fitz Special": bobbed hammer, cut away trigger guard, corners of the butt rounded and intact single action notch. The revolver includes a factory letter dated March 27, 2017 indicating this gun left the factory as a standard Detective Special with 2" barrel, blue finish and 38-caliber. It was shipped to Clapp & Treat of Hartford Connecticut on October 9, 1929. The gun is in excellent condition and appears to have seen little if any use. (88211-34) {C&R}

serial #383522, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful gun has been professionally reworked in the same guise as the famed "Fitz Special" sold in li...moremited numbers by Colt. The concept was the brainchild of J. H. "Fitz" FitzGerald who was employed by Colt from 1918 to 1944 as spokesman, demonstrator and armorer. This lovely Detective Special retains 99% factory and factory quality reapplied blue finish with a faint turn ring on the cylinder and small ding on the backstrap. The cylinder and barrel appear to be factory original blue. The un-numbered checkered walnut factory grips with silver Colt medallions rate excellent. This gun has all the features of an authentic "Fitz Special": bobbed hammer, cut away trigger guard, corners of the butt rounded and intact single action notch. The revolver includes a factory letter dated March 27, 2017 indicating this gun left the factory as a standard Detective Special with 2" barrel, blue finish and 38-caliber. It was shipped to Clapp & Treat of Hartford Connecticut on October 9, 1929. The gun is in excellent condition and appears to have seen little if any use. (88211-34) {C&R}

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Colt Detective Special Revolver

Colt Detective Special Revolver

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 1099)

serial #C42175, 38 Special, 2" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1973 made second issue gun retain about 99% factory nickel plate with a few minor handling marks and a light turn ring. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver Colt medallions rate excellent. The pistol includes a woodgrain factory box that is numbered to the gun and paperwork. The label on the box appears to have fallen off but a smaller "NICKEL FINISH" label remains. The box has one torn corner and edge wear. This revolver appears to be unfired and remains in excellent condition. (88320-50) {MODERN}

serial #C42175, 38 Special, 2" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1973 made second issue gun retain about 99% factory nickel plate with a f...moreew minor handling marks and a light turn ring. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver Colt medallions rate excellent. The pistol includes a woodgrain factory box that is numbered to the gun and paperwork. The label on the box appears to have fallen off but a smaller "NICKEL FINISH" label remains. The box has one torn corner and edge wear. This revolver appears to be unfired and remains in excellent condition. (88320-50) {MODERN}

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Early C96 Broomhandle Conehammer Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

Early C96 Broomhandle Conehammer Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 1099)

serial #830, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely pistol retain 98% original blue with some light silvering around the muzzle, some light further silvering and a few tiny dings on the locking block. The extractor, safety, locking block and rear sight retain nearly all of their vibrant fire blue with some light fading and a few tiny specks of oxidation staining. The 21-groove grips rate near excellent with a couple minor dings and a few handling marks from the years. The locking block and grips are numbered matching to the frame but the remaining parts appear to be un-numbered but correct. This pistol includes its original shoulder stock that is numbered matching to the gun on the hinge. The metal parts of the shoulder stock retain most of their fire blue with some light silvering and scattered oxidation staining. The stock rates very good plus overall with a lightly added varnish, scattered dings and handling marks. Overall a lovely example of an early Broomhandle that will likely make a great investment. (208400-8) {ANTQIUE}

serial #830, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely pistol retain 98% original blue with some light silvering around the...more muzzle, some light further silvering and a few tiny dings on the locking block. The extractor, safety, locking block and rear sight retain nearly all of their vibrant fire blue with some light fading and a few tiny specks of oxidation staining. The 21-groove grips rate near excellent with a couple minor dings and a few handling marks from the years. The locking block and grips are numbered matching to the frame but the remaining parts appear to be un-numbered but correct. This pistol includes its original shoulder stock that is numbered matching to the gun on the hinge. The metal parts of the shoulder stock retain most of their fire blue with some light silvering and scattered oxidation staining. The stock rates very good plus overall with a lightly added varnish, scattered dings and handling marks. Overall a lovely example of an early Broomhandle that will likely make a great investment. (208400-8) {ANTQIUE}

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German C96 "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

German C96 "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 1099)

serial #876, 9mm, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 85% original blue with a few spots of freckling, some silvering scratches and scattered fading to brown. The grooved Red Nine grips rate very good with scattered dings, handling marks and scratches. All serialized parts are matching including the grips, the right barrel flat has a military acceptance stamp and the left barrel flat is marked with a "(Crown)/U" commercial proof marking. An original brown leather holster, a Nazi brown leather stock carrier that is marked "cxb/1941/(Eagle)/WaA727" on the back, and two tools are included with this pistol. Early pistols were not marked with the characteristic "Red 9" on their grips, in December 1917 orders were issued to the German forces already issued these arms, to brand a "9" into the wooden grips and paint it red. This is clearly one of those field or armorer-marked guns. A fine example of a desirable C96 Broomhandle. (208400-11) {C&R}

serial #876, 9mm, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 85% original blue with...more a few spots of freckling, some silvering scratches and scattered fading to brown. The grooved Red Nine grips rate very good with scattered dings, handling marks and scratches. All serialized parts are matching including the grips, the right barrel flat has a military acceptance stamp and the left barrel flat is marked with a "(Crown)/U" commercial proof marking. An original brown leather holster, a Nazi brown leather stock carrier that is marked "cxb/1941/(Eagle)/WaA727" on the back, and two tools are included with this pistol. Early pistols were not marked with the characteristic "Red 9" on their grips, in December 1917 orders were issued to the German forces already issued these arms, to brand a "9" into the wooden grips and paint it red. This is clearly one of those field or armorer-marked guns. A fine example of a desirable C96 Broomhandle. (208400-11) {C&R}

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Pre-War Belgian Army Hi-Power Semi Auto Pistol by FN

Pre-War Belgian Army Hi-Power Semi Auto Pistol by FN

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 1099)

serial #25139, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore that has some light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 98% of a quality restored blue with some scattered blued-over pinprick pitting, a few tiny dings on the bottom of the magazine well and a few spots of light silvering. The checkered walnut grips rate near excellent with an added varnish, a few handling marks and light dings. All serialized parts are matching, there is no magazine disconnect and a couple parts are marked with the correct "(Circle)H" inspection stamp. Included with this pistol are two magazines and a pre-war black officer's hardshell holster that shows scattered flaking, scuffing and crazing. Also included is a post-war FN/Odin made blonde shoulder stock that rates very good with an added oil finish, scattered dings and handling marks. These shoulder stocks have been exempted from the provisions of the National Firearms Act as a curio and relic. A nicely restored pre-war Hi-Power for your military collection. (208370-5) {C&R}

serial #25139, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore that has some light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 98% of a quality resto...morered blue with some scattered blued-over pinprick pitting, a few tiny dings on the bottom of the magazine well and a few spots of light silvering. The checkered walnut grips rate near excellent with an added varnish, a few handling marks and light dings. All serialized parts are matching, there is no magazine disconnect and a couple parts are marked with the correct "(Circle)H" inspection stamp. Included with this pistol are two magazines and a pre-war black officer's hardshell holster that shows scattered flaking, scuffing and crazing. Also included is a post-war FN/Odin made blonde shoulder stock that rates very good with an added oil finish, scattered dings and handling marks. These shoulder stocks have been exempted from the provisions of the National Firearms Act as a curio and relic. A nicely restored pre-war Hi-Power for your military collection. (208370-5) {C&R}

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Rare Dual-Tone German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

Rare Dual-Tone German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 1099)

serial #6943d, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a couple pits in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this second variation, third type byf 44-coded pistol retain 90% original phosphate with light silvering and freckling of the exposed edges of slide and barrel, heavier silvering on the frontstrap, backstrap and underside of triggerguard. The brown bakelite grips rate very good plus with some light dings and handling marks. All serialized parts are matching and this pistol includes a blued magazine that is marked with an "(Eagle)/359" on the spine. A very good example of a dual-tone phosphate P.38 pistol. (208050-187) {C&R}

serial #6943d, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a couple pits in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this second variation, third type byf 44-coded pis...moretol retain 90% original phosphate with light silvering and freckling of the exposed edges of slide and barrel, heavier silvering on the frontstrap, backstrap and underside of triggerguard. The brown bakelite grips rate very good plus with some light dings and handling marks. All serialized parts are matching and this pistol includes a blued magazine that is marked with an "(Eagle)/359" on the spine. A very good example of a dual-tone phosphate P.38 pistol. (208050-187) {C&R}

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German P.08 Luger BYF-Marked Pistol by Mauser

German P.08 Luger BYF-Marked Pistol by Mauser

Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 24 of 1099)

serial #3170y, 9mm, 4'' barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original salt blue, the loss due to high edge wear and sparsely scattered pinprick pitting along the frame. The toggle is marked byf, the chamber is dated 41 and all of the visible numbered parts are matching including the grooved firing pin. The checkered black Bakelite grips rate excellent and are correctly un-numbered. Included is a single blue-bodied plastic-based magazine marked "fxo" and Waffenamt 37 stamped. The right side of the receiver has the correct "SE-655 SE-655" acceptance stamps followed by the "(eagle) / (swastika)" German military test proof, which is also on the barrel and breechblock. Overall an excellent example of a "black widow" P.08 in a seldom encountered state of condition. (218050-32) {C&R}

serial #3170y, 9mm, 4'' barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original salt blue, the loss due to high edge wear and sparsely ...morescattered pinprick pitting along the frame. The toggle is marked byf, the chamber is dated 41 and all of the visible numbered parts are matching including the grooved firing pin. The checkered black Bakelite grips rate excellent and are correctly un-numbered. Included is a single blue-bodied plastic-based magazine marked "fxo" and Waffenamt 37 stamped. The right side of the receiver has the correct "SE-655 SE-655" acceptance stamps followed by the "(eagle) / (swastika)" German military test proof, which is also on the barrel and breechblock. Overall an excellent example of a "black widow" P.08 in a seldom encountered state of condition. (218050-32) {C&R}

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Merkel 211E Bockbuchsflinte Over Under Combination Gun

Merkel 211E Bockbuchsflinte Over Under Combination Gun

Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 25 of 1099)

serial #106128, 12 ga. x 243 Win, 25 1/2" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain about 98-99% original maker blue with a tiny amount of loss at the muzzles. The French gray scalloped boxlock frame rates excellent and shows lovely game scene vignettes with waterfowl right and leaping stag left, all flanked by excellent quality loose open scroll and geometric engraving. The top lever and bow of guard retain excellent original blue. The checkered capped walnut pistolgrip stock and three-piece forend rate very good plus to near excellent showing the expected minor dings and handling marks that come from a hunted arm, a bit more prominent on the buttstock. The stock features a rounded left-side shadowline cheekpiece, hard rubber pistolgrip cap and is fitted with a ventilated recoil pad for a 14 1/4" length of pull to the front trigger. The arm is sighted with a simple silver bead front sight, pivoting two-position rear sight and is maker-mounted with a nice Karl Kahles Helia-S 6x42 telescopic sight with heavy duplex reticle and bright excellent optics on quick detach bases. The scope itself rates excellent showing a few very minor handling marks. The arm features double triggers, the front being a single set, non-automatic safety, cocking indicators and extractors. An outstanding bockbuchsflinte overall in very versatile chamberings that really deserves to go back afield this fall. (38413-82) {MODERN}

serial #106128, 12 ga. x 243 Win, 25 1/2" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain about 98-99% original maker blue with a ...moretiny amount of loss at the muzzles. The French gray scalloped boxlock frame rates excellent and shows lovely game scene vignettes with waterfowl right and leaping stag left, all flanked by excellent quality loose open scroll and geometric engraving. The top lever and bow of guard retain excellent original blue. The checkered capped walnut pistolgrip stock and three-piece forend rate very good plus to near excellent showing the expected minor dings and handling marks that come from a hunted arm, a bit more prominent on the buttstock. The stock features a rounded left-side shadowline cheekpiece, hard rubber pistolgrip cap and is fitted with a ventilated recoil pad for a 14 1/4" length of pull to the front trigger. The arm is sighted with a simple silver bead front sight, pivoting two-position rear sight and is maker-mounted with a nice Karl Kahles Helia-S 6x42 telescopic sight with heavy duplex reticle and bright excellent optics on quick detach bases. The scope itself rates excellent showing a few very minor handling marks. The arm features double triggers, the front being a single set, non-automatic safety, cocking indicators and extractors. An outstanding bockbuchsflinte overall in very versatile chamberings that really deserves to go back afield this fall. (38413-82) {MODERN}

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