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The Stephen L. Pistner Collection

Monday, November 06, 2006  |  9:00 AM Pacific
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Fine Antique Firearms, Edged Weapons and Curiosa. <br>The Fine and Collectible Arms and Sporting Guns will follow the Pistner Collection on Monday, Nov. 6 and continue on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Greg Martin Auctions


800-872-6467
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*Colt Bisley Single Action Revolver Together with Colt Factory Letter

*Colt Bisley Single Action Revolver Together with Colt Factory Letter

Lot # 425 (Sale Order: 376 of 710)

Serial no. 269088, .38-40 caliber, 4 3/4-inch barrel with two-line Hartford address and rolled legend reading: (Bisley Model) 38 W.C.F. Blued finish. Case-hardened hammer and frame. Rampant Colt hard rubber grips. Sold with factory letter confirming configuration and noting gun shipped to Simmons Hardware Company, St. Louis, Missouri, August 18, 1905 in a shipment of 20.
Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 10-15% thinning blue finish, primarily on barrel and in protected areas. Remaining areas with grey-brown age patina with minor spots of pitting on cylinder, recoil shield and ejector-rod housing. Grips with scattered wear and fine scratches. Action good.
Estimate: 2000 - 2500...more

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London Colt Model 1878 Double Action Revolver

London Colt Model 1878 Double Action Revolver

Lot # 426 (Sale Order: 377 of 710)

Serial no. 10466, .455 Eley caliber, 5 1/2-inch barrel with London address. Blued finish. Fire-blued trigger. Checkered walnut grips with lanyard ring.
Condition: Fine to excellent. Retaining approximately 70-75% finish with scattered patches of flaking and wear present. Grips with light wear. Action tight and crisp.
Estimate: 5000 - 7000...more

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Deluxe Colt Medium Frame Lightning Slide Action Rifle

Deluxe Colt Medium Frame Lightning Slide Action Rifle

Lot # 427 (Sale Order: 378 of 710)

Serial no. 21600, .32 W.C.F. caliber, 26-inch browned octagonal barrel with combination folding Beech-type front sight, blanked mid-sight and tang-mounted, Lyman no. 15, flip-up rear peep sight. Blued open-top frame with crisp rampant Colt logo on left side. Case-hardened hammer. Fire-blued adjustable trigger. Sliding safety in triggerguard. Finely checkered deluxe marble-grained walnut fore-end and pistol-grip stock with vacant oval escutcheon on bottom side of buttstock. Crescent butt. Bright bore.
Condition: Excellent as partially refinished. Barrel and magazine retaining 95-98% rebrowned finish with a tiny area of wear and pitting on right side of barrel near muzzle. Frame, triggerguard and buttplate retaining approximately 70-80% bright blue finish with wear to relief edges, bottom of frame and gripstrap. Buttplate with case-hardening fading to plum and light wear to edges. Wood excellent with scattered wear and minor marks.
Notes: Manufactured in 1887
Estimate: 5000 - 7000...more

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Colt Third Model Single-Shot Derringer

Colt Third Model Single-Shot Derringer

Lot # 428 (Sale Order: 379 of 710)

Serial no. 19039, .41 caliber, 2 1/2-inch barrel. Nickel-plated brass frame. Case-hardened hammer. Varnished rosewood grips.
Condition: Fine to excellent. Retaining approximately 65-75% finish with scattered wear and age patina. Minor scratches present. Light pitting on barrel. Grips with light wear. Action good.
Estimate: 1000 - 1500...more

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*Colt First Variation, Late Issue,Third Model Derringer

*Colt First Variation, Late Issue,Third Model Derringer

Lot # 429 (Sale Order: 380 of 710)

Serial no. 45708, .41 caliber, 2 1/2-inch blued barrel with italized "Colt" legend. Nickel-plated brass frame. Case-hardened hammer and trigger. Varnished rosewood bird's head grip.
Condition: Excellent. Retaining approximately 90-95% finish with light wear to relief edges and a few fine scratches preesent. Hammer retaining faded case-hardening. Grips with light wear. Frame screw slightly marred.
Estimate: 1500 - 2000...more

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*Cased Pair of Colt Lord and Lady Deringer Pistols

*Cased Pair of Colt Lord and Lady Deringer Pistols

Lot # 430 (Sale Order: 381 of 710)

Serial no. 51961DER and Serial no. 51962DER. .22 caliber. Of typical configuration, within a wooden case lined with red felt.
Condition: Very good.
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*Colt Model 1911 Government  Model Semi-Automatic Pistol withTwo Extra Magazines, Cleaning Brush

*Colt Model 1911 Government Model Semi-Automatic Pistol withTwo Extra Magazines, Cleaning Brush

Lot # 431 (Sale Order: 382 of 710)

Serial no. 138771, .45 caliber, 5-inch barrel. Blued finish. Checkered walnut grips. Lanyard ring. Sold together with two period magazines, a cleaning brush and contained in a simulated alligator hide travel bag with zip closure.
Condition: Very good to excellent with a few fine scratches present. Accessories very good with light wear present.
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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Rare and Historic Cased Metropolitan Arms Co. Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver Attributed to Fa

Rare and Historic Cased Metropolitan Arms Co. Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver Attributed to Fa

Lot # 432 (Sale Order: 383 of 710)

Serial no. 3240, .36 caliber, 4 1/2-inch barrel. Floral scroll-engraved. Silver-plated finish. Fire-blued wedge. Ivory grips. Contained in rose velvet-lined partitioned mahogany casing, together with shell pattern flask, Eley Bros. cap tin, original blued two-cavity bullet mold with integral sprue cutter, "L"-shaped nipple wrench and original rare O.C. Sage .36 caliber wooden cartridge block. Key included. Sold together with extensive provenance file on Carson, Beale and Walter, the alleged previous owners of the revolver by family tradition.
Condition: Excellent. Retaining approximately 80-85% finish with scattered wear to cylinder and relief edges. Grips with mellow age patina. Flask with age patina and dents. Cartridge bock with bullets exposed and wear to edges of label. Cap tin excellent with light wear and minor losses to label. Bullet mold excellent with light wear present. Interior of case with wear, soiling and minor tears to lining. Lock needs repair. Exterior of case with fine scratches.
Notes: American frontiersman Kit Carson needs no introduction, but Edward Fitzgerald Beale was also a great American. A frontiersman in his own right, Beale also served in the Mexican War with Carson in California. During the battle of Pasqual, he and Carson came to the rescue of Stephen W. Kearny by crawling through enemy lines to get help. Beale was also the first to bring news to the East of the California gold strike. In 1852, Beale was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs of California and Nevada. He is perhaps the best remembered for short-lived experiment in 1857 with the advent of the U.S. Camel Corps while conducting surveys in the southwest. In 1876, he briefly served as minister to Austria-Hungary. The U.S. government immortalized him by naming Beale Air Force base in his honor. As a lifetime friend of Carson he was the recipient of more than one firearm from the noted scout. Bo
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Rare Jennings Breech-Loading Single-Shot Riflec.1850-51

Rare Jennings Breech-Loading Single-Shot Riflec.1850-51

Lot # 432A (Sale Order: 384 of 710)

Serial no. 2, .54 caliber, 25-inch round barrel with post-type front sight and small pedestal rear sight, Steel ramrod tube. Steel frame with side hammer and loading gate on right side. Pill primer orifice on top of frame. Ring trigger. Walnut buttstock with German silver patchbox. Steel crescent buttplate. Wooden ramrod. Sling mounts.
Condition: Good. Metal showing grey patina with scattered light pitting overall. Wood with light wear and minor marks. Mechanically sound.
Notes: The single-shot Jennings rifles were factory conversions or made from Jennings repeater parts. "Rocket Ball" cartridge loaded through right side of frame; ring trigger operates breech and the automatic pill primer device. Magazine tube made smaller in diameter and used as cleaning rod housing. The Rocket Ball cartridge having insufficient power made the rifle impractical for hunting and military purposes. likely leading to its lack of success and small quantity produced. As many of these were later altered by local gunsmiths to muzzle-loading, they are quite scarce [Flayderman 5K-002]. To operate this unique rifle, the hammer is put on half-cock, the loading port on the right side is opened, the ring trigger is moved forward and the loaded ball is placed by hand on the carrier. The movement of the breech bolt automatically causes a priming pellet to drop from the primer magazine atop the receiver into an opening which adjoins the rear portion of the cartridge when the action is closed. The trigger is then pulled part of the way rearward, which closes the breechbolt and presses the ball into the chamber. When the breechbolt lock pivots upward, locking the breechbolt closed. When the trigger is pulled as far as possible, the trigger engages an extension of the sear when the hammer is placed at full cock, releasing the hammer. An extension on the hammer enters the breechbolt, striking the priming pellet and fir
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Rare and Historic  Japanese Marked Henry Model 1860 Repeating Lever Action Rifle Belonging to Swiss

Rare and Historic Japanese Marked Henry Model 1860 Repeating Lever Action Rifle Belonging to Swiss

Lot # 433 (Sale Order: 385 of 710)

Serial no. 8909, .44 caliber, 24-inch barrel with German silver front sight and ladder-type rear sight. Top of barrel and breech marked: Favre-Brandt. Stamped in front of breech: 8909. Brass frame with right side stamped with two sets of Japanese characters that translate to the following: "Niigata Prefecture" [a Japanese province or State in West Central Honshu Island]; "Number 2" [armory or rack number]; "Meiji Era Year 17"[1884]. The second set reading: "Niigata Prefecture", "Number 1860", Meiji Era 17 [1886]. Walnut stock with distinctive bump adjacent the rear sling mount. Sold together with extensive archive on the history of the rifle.
Condition: Very good. Barrel with grey-brown age patina with scattered light pitting present. Frame and butt plate with light age patina. Hammer with minor pitting and patina. Wood excellent for this model with a few minor marks and blemishes.
Notes: The "Favre-Brandt" barrel and breech markings refer to James Favre-Brandt, a 22-year old Swiss citizen that went to Japan as an attach‚ with the Swiss mission of 1863 that tried to established trade relations with that country. A photo copy print of that mission, originally published in the period publication "La Japon Illustre" is included, Favre-Brandt is depicted on the extreme right. A treaty was signed in 1864. Favre-Brandt never returned home and he is buried in Yokohama. He became a major importer of firearms and military supplies. He is known to have sold 1500 French rifles to the Samurai warlords. After the wars, he became close to the highest officials in the new imperial government and possibly knew the Emperor himself. In his book "The Historic Henry Rifle", author Wiley Sword reports that this exact rifle, serial no. 8909, was sold to the Emperor by someone named Paul Barnett. A Barnett connection hasn't been further established but it is possible that it was either a gift or a sale to t
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Rare Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Musket Together with Rare Socket Bayonet

Rare Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Musket Together with Rare Socket Bayonet

Lot # 435 (Sale Order: 386 of 710)

Serial no. 72121, .44 caliber, 27-inch barrel with pedestal front sight and dovetailed open rear sight. Breech marked: 1-1000. Brass frame. Walnut stocks. Brass buttplate with cleaning rod reservoir. Sling mounts. Sold together with rare original socket bayonet.
Condition: Good. Barrel with grey-brown patina and scattered light pitting. Brass with mellow age patina. Wood with heavy wear and prolific dents and bruises. Bayonet with grey patina and scattered light pitting. Action needs repair.
Estimate: 3500 - 4500...more

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Rare Deluxe Engraved and Half-Gold-Plated Winchester Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine, Engraved and Si

Rare Deluxe Engraved and Half-Gold-Plated Winchester Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine, Engraved and Si

Lot # 436 (Sale Order: 387 of 710)

Serial no. 99084, .44 centerfire caliber, 20-inch barrel, standard markings and pivoting two-leaf rear sight. Nimschke scroll and border engraved on the frame, upper and lower tang, carrier block and buttplate [numbered: 7377]; various pronounced decorative motifs popular with Nimschke; two riband motifs on right side of frame. C. Ch. in script within riband on left side of frame, initials of original owner. Signature L.D.N stamped on lower tang, to left of serial number marking. Gold-plated, with nickel-plated lever; blued barrel and magazine, and case-hardened hammer. Varnished select walnut stocks [buttstock numbered 118333],
Condition: Very good to fine as configured. 15% gold-plating on frame; traces on buttplate; traces nickel-plating on cocking lever. Light wear; steel parts with light pitting (more pronounced on magazine tube and cocking lever) and brown patina; 25% case-hardening on hammer. Period replacement buttstock [numbered 118333] with repair at wrist on each side, with wood insert; crack in line with rear upper tang screw; small crack on left side of fore-end; stocks with nicks, mars and wear, retaining 95% varnish. Tiny casting imperfection on left side of frame within engraved border to left sideplate. Screw missing from lower tang, between lever latch and serial number marking. Buttplate a period replacement [numbered 7377].
Notes: See R.L. Wilson, L.D. Nimschke Firearms Engraver, which pictures various Winchester and Henry rifle engraved impressions, with similar scroll, decorative motif and styling to this signed example.
Estimate: 30000 - 40000...more

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Deluxe and Rare Engraved Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Short Rifle with Set Trigger

Deluxe and Rare Engraved Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Short Rifle with Set Trigger

Lot # 437 (Sale Order: 388 of 710)

Serial no. 170647A, .44-40, 20-inch octagonal barrel, scroll engraved frame, mortise cover, carrier block, fore-end and buttplate; whitetail deer panel scene on left sideplate; set trigger; open sporting sights; checkered and varnished select walnut stocks; sling stud on butt.
Condition: Very good. Traces blue on frame; balance age brown and gray. Some spots pitting on various parts. Deluxe stocks with minor nicks, mars and wear. Shipped in January 1885; factory record indicates "case-hardened" but examination of frame reveals blued finish. With factory letter. Butt stock later replacement. Assembly numbers have been changed to match lower tang. Lower tang has been changed. Barrel shortened to 20-inches.
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Winchester Third Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle With Factory Letter

Winchester Third Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle With Factory Letter

Lot # 438 (Sale Order: 389 of 710)

Serial no. 241074B, .38 caliber, 24-inch octagonal barrel with standard dovetailed front sight and sporting rear elevation sight. Walnut stocks. Crescent butt with cleaning rod reservoir. Sold together with Winchester factory letter.
Condition: Good. Metal showing grey-brown age patina and scattered light pitting, mainly on magazine. Frame with a few fine scratches. Wood good, showing wear and light marks. Mechanically sound.
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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Winchester Third Model 1873 "Special Order" Lever Action Sporting Rifle Together with Documenting Fa

Winchester Third Model 1873 "Special Order" Lever Action Sporting Rifle Together with Documenting Fa

Lot # 439 (Sale Order: 390 of 710)

Serial no. 394967B, .44-40 caliber, 26-inch half round/half octagonal barrel with Lyman's "Hunting" front sight and sporting rear elevation sight. Button magazine. Blued finish. Case-hardened hammer, lever and buttplate. Bottom of lifter finely dot punch inscribed: HB with leaf and naive image of a deer head. Walnut fore-end and buttstock. Buttstock with custom steel and brass nail design at wrist and bottom of stock behind lower tang,
Condition: Good to very good as configured. Retaining approximately 10-15% finish with remaining areas showing grey-brown age patina with scattered light pitting. Minor scratches on frame. Slight traces of silvered case-hardening remaining. Fore-end with wear and two sliver chips on left side. Buttstock with wear; minor dents and blemishes. Action good.
Estimate: 3000 - 5000...more

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Winchester Third Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with Factory Letter

Winchester Third Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with Factory Letter

Lot # 440 (Sale Order: 391 of 710)

Serial no. 427773B, .32 caliber, 24-inch octagonal barrel with custom brass blade front sight and sporting rear elevation sight. Case-hardened hammer, lever and buttplate. Walnut stocks. Crescent butt with no cleaning reservoir. Sold with Winchester factory letter.
Condition: Good. Metal showing grey-brown age patina with scattered light pitting present. Wood very good with light wear and blemishes. Action good.
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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*Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Musket

*Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Musket

Lot # 441 (Sale Order: 392 of 710)

Serial no. 569717B, .44 caliber, 30-inch blued musket barrel. Inverted V front and folding-leaf rear sights. Two-band musket-style fore-end. Sling swivel on front band. Carbine-style buttplate. Walnut stock with sling swivel.
Condition: Excellent. Barrel with approximately 97-99% original blue fading to brown. Scattered light frosting behind rear sight. Light wear at muzzle. Receiver retaining approximately 60% blue fading to brown. Lever, hammer and trigger with strong traces of case-hardening. Stock: Very Good to Fine with scattered dents.
Notes: Manufactured 1903
Estimate: 2500 - 3000...more

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Winchester First Model 1876 Lever Action Sporting Rifle

Winchester First Model 1876 Lever Action Sporting Rifle

Lot # 442 (Sale Order: 393 of 710)

Serial no. 5107, .45-75 caliber, 28-inch octagon barrel with ladder style rear sight, German silver blade on steel base dovetailed at muzzle; standard markings; blued with case-hardened hammer, lever and buttplate; varnished walnut stocks. Sectionalized cleaning rod in butt.
Condition: Excellent. 98% blue and 80% case-hardening intact; excellent stocks with light wear and nicks. Accompanied by factory letter.
Estimate: 25000 - 35000...more

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Scarce and Exceptional Winchester-Hotchkiss 1883 Third Model Bolt Action Musket with Bayonet and Sca

Scarce and Exceptional Winchester-Hotchkiss 1883 Third Model Bolt Action Musket with Bayonet and Sca

Lot # 443 (Sale Order: 394 of 710)

Serial no. 81779, .45-70 caliber, 28-inch blued barrel with standard military sights. Two barrel bands. Case-hardened frame, triggerguard and buttplate. Tang marked: Model of 1883. Buttplate marked: 33. Standard varnished walnut stocks. No ramrod. Sling mounts. Sold together with correct style bayonet with Broad Arrow stamp and numbered 752. Walnut grips. Steel scabbard with steel belt hook. Pommel marked: SR/3Lein.
Condition: Excellent. Retaining approximately 90-95% finish with scattered wear to barrel bands and relief edges. Vibrant case-hardening. Wood excellent with light wear and marks. Excellent bore. Bayonet lug screw missing. Bayonet showing wear and patina. Scabbard with minor wear and dents.
Notes: Reported to have been manufactured in early 1890s but shipped in 1915 to State of California along with 350 others.
Estimate: 3000 - 4000...more

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Extraordinary Winchester Model 1885 Single-Shot High Wall Target Rifle, with Numerous Deluxe Feature

Extraordinary Winchester Model 1885 Single-Shot High Wall Target Rifle, with Numerous Deluxe Feature

Lot # 444 (Sale Order: 395 of 710)

Serial no. 57289, .38-55 caliber, 30-inch part-round/part-octagonal blued barrel with adjustable windage front sight and flip-up Vernier long-range tang peep sight. Case-hardened hammer, frame and lever. Adjustable set trigger. Checkered deluxe fore-end and pistol-grip buttstock with cheekrest and nickel-plated schutzen buttplate.
Condition: Near mint, Retaining approximately 99-100% finish with vibrant case-hardening. Wood excellent with professional chip repair to heel of butt, which is almost invisible. Mirror-bright bore.
Estimate: 15000 - 25000...more

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Winchester High Wall Single Shot Sporting Rifle

Winchester High Wall Single Shot Sporting Rifle

Lot # 445 (Sale Order: 396 of 710)

Serial no. 70842, .50 Express, 30-inch octagonal barrel marked 3 on bottom; standard markings; blued, with case-hardened frame, lever, and buttplate; three leaf express style rear sight; silver bead front on steel blade dovetailed at muzzle; varnished walnut stocks.
Condition: Fine. 97% finish, some fading, primarily on buttplate; some nicks and storage marks on stocks. Replacement barrel. Caliber does not match caliber listed in factory letter. With factory letter.
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Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot # 446 (Sale Order: 397 of 710)

Serial no. 113085, .45-90 caliber, 26-inch blued octagonal barrel with open sights. Standard address and markings. Case-colored fore-end, frame, lever, hammer and trigger. Varnished walnut stock. Steel butt plate.
Condition: Excellent. Retaining approximately 90-95% blue. Scattered spotting on barrel, frame and fore-end. Retaining approximately 90% case-hardening. Sides with faded colors. Bottom worn to bright silver. Stocks showing minor handling wear and dents.
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*Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Sporting Rifle

*Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Sporting Rifle

Lot # 447 (Sale Order: 398 of 710)

Serial no. 151037, .33 caliber, 24-inch tapered take-down barrel with elevated sheared brass bead front sight and Winchester flat-top sporting open rear sight. Two-thirds takedown magazine. Checkered deluxe, highly-figured fore-end and pistol-grip buttstock. Case-hardened fore-end cap, hammer and lever. Shotgun butt with hard rubber buttplate.
Condition: Excellent to mint. Retaining approximately 95-98% finish with slight wear and flaking to finish on fore-end cap and some relief edges. Vibrant case-hardening. Takedown appears unused as all finish remains. Bright bore.
Notes: Manufactured in 1912
Estimate: 10000 - 15000...more

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Marlin Model 1889 Cut-Away Lever Action

Marlin Model 1889 Cut-Away Lever Action

Lot # 448 (Sale Order: 399 of 710)

.38-40 caliber, 5-inch octagonal barrel marked: Marlin Fire-Arms Co. New Haven. Ct. U.S.A./Patented Oct. 11, 1887. April 2, 1889. Vacant dovetail on bottom of barrel. Nickel-plated finish. Cut-away frame exposing the internal mechanism. Action functions as a normal rifle. No magazine or stock.
Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 25-35% finish with scattered pitting and grey patina. Action functions well.
Estimate: 1500 - 2500...more

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Rare Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Musket

Rare Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Musket

Lot # 449 (Sale Order: 400 of 710)

Serial no.130842, .32-40 caliber, 30-inch barrel with double pedestal peep front sight and military ladder-type rear sight. Blued finish. Case-hardened hammer and lever. Walnut stocks with two barrel bands. Carbine-style butt. Sling mounts. Missing ramrod.
Condition: Fine to excellent. Retaining approximately 60-70% finish with scattered wear and age patina. Retaining approximately 70-75% case-hardening with light fading to case colors. Wood excellent with scattered dents and bruises. No ramrod.
Estimate: 4000 - 6000...more

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