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Tue, Oct  30, 2018  10:00 AM   Eastern
Cowan's is honored to present the Magnificent Sword Collection of William Koch in its two-day firearms, militaria, and American history auction, with a focus on the Civil War.
Springfield Model 1817 Flintlock Pistol Springfield Model 1817 Flintlock Pistol

Springfield Model 1817 Flintlock Pistol

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 482)

Springfield Model 1817 Flintlock Pistol

.69 caliber, 11.125" barrel, no S/N. Bright finish, walnut stock, iron mounts. Lock marked with a Spread-Winged Eagle over US forward of the cock and in three vertical lines at the tail of the lock: SPRING / FIELD / 1818 . Flat beveled lock with pronounced teat at rear, integral fenced iron pan and faceted swan-necked cock. Lock marked LD and B internally and with single punch dot mating marks on all small internal parts, as well as the cock, cock screw, top jaw, top jaw screws steel, steel screw and steel spring screw. Correct pattern curled toe steel (frizzen) and steel spring with pointed finial. Mainspring marked with three file slash mating marks that also appear on all major components and screw necks. Barrel retained by single double-strapped band with Wickham's improvement stud, with a brass blade front sight. Top of breech with P / [eagle head] / V proof marks and dated 1818 . Most small parts with two letter workman's initials as well as the mating marks, with PW inside the butt cap, EA on the triggerguard plate, JC in the triggerguard. Bottom of barrel marked EA as well as with an Arabic 2 and three file slashes, breech plug with matching mating marks. The same mating marks also appear in the backstrap cut out of the stock. Stock clearly marked with a pair of crisp script cartouches on the counterpane; an S for John Stebbins and an ET for Elisha Toby. A clear block RC stock maker's mark on lower front of grip. Includes swelled wood ramrod with iron ferrule threaded jag at end that appears to be original to the pistol. Production of these guns was initiated in 1807 but suspended when the official handgun caliber was reduced from .69 to .54. They were subsequently assembled circa 1817-1818 and are sometimes referred to as the Model 1807 due to their initial production beginning at that time. These are extremely rare US martial pistols both in terms of production numbers, of which was only 1,000 were produced, as well as production location. Only three major runs of handguns were produced at the Springfield Arsenal, the M1817 pistol, the M1855 Pistol Carbine and the M1911 semi-automatic pistol. This makes these especially desirable guns for Springfield collectors and this example would be extremely difficulty to upgrade.



Condition: Very fine. Remains in original flintlock configuration in all respects. Metal very lightly cleaned long ago with an even steel patina. All markings crisp and sharp in both metal and wood. Mechanically functional, very good bore with even oxidation. Stock with some scattered handling marks, minor bumps and dings. A very tiny chip is missing on the reverse at the top of the butt cap, and a extremely small repair is present on the left side at the tang mortise, but internal inspection suggests this may well have been arsenal done, as the barrel has certainly not been out of the stock in an extremely long time, and the methods suggest arsenal work. Overall one of the finest examples of these rare martial pistols to come to market in decades.

EST $ 6000 - 9000

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US Model 1822 Flintlock Musket by Springfield US Model 1822 Flintlock Musket by Springfield

US Model 1822 Flintlock Musket by Springfield

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 482)

US Model 1822 Flintlock Musket by Springfield

.69 caliber, 42" barrel secured by three barrel bands, S/N W/a88 . National Armory brown finish, color case hardened lock with removable brass pan, smooth walnut stock. Lock marked with a [spread-winged eagle]/ US forward of the hammer and in three lines vertically at the tail of the lock SPRING/FIELD/1829 . Tang dated 1829 as well. Breech with depressed P proof over [eagle head]/ V . Serial numbered W/a 88 on top of breech, with bayonet mating code D35 on upper strap of top barrel band. Stock marked with two fine cartouches on counterpane; a script ET inspection and a script EB/3 reclassification mark from the 1840s. A fine JS final inspection cartouche is present behind the triggerguard. Lock remains in original flint configuration with perfect fit internally, matching V assembly marks on internal parts and hammer, inspection marks throughout. Tumbler, bridle, sear and internal screws all retain the majority of their original brilliant heat blued finish, with the frizzen spring retaining much of the blue as well, although duller and faded. Barrel is in original flint configuration as well with a complete unmolested touchhole that is correctly tapered and angled. Retains both original sling swivels as well as the original, full-length button head ramrod. Really a stunning example of a National Armory brown US M1822 (M1816 Type II) in an outstanding state of preservation that somehow escaped the percussion alteration program of the 1840s and 1850s.



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the arsenal applied brown finish, with some flaking, scuffing and loss, particularly around the muzzle where the bayonet caused friction wear. Lock retains some muted case color with a dark blue-gray smoky color. All markings remain crisp and clear throughout. Lock is mechanically functional and very crisp. Bore is excellent and bright. Stock is very crisp with some feathery grain remaining, fine lines and crisp edges, showing only some scattered bumps, dings and mars from 189 years of handing and storage.

EST $ 5000 - 7500

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US Model 1863 Rifle Musket by Springfield US Model 1863 Rifle Musket by Springfield

US Model 1863 Rifle Musket by Springfield

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 482)

US Model 1863 Rifle Musket by Springfield

.58 caliber, 40" barrel with three barrel bands, no S/N. Bright barrel, color case hardened lock, blued barrel bands and sight. Lock with standard US SPRINGFIELD markings and eagle, dated 1863 at rear. Barrel with matching date on breech and standard V/P /[eaglehead] proofs. Counterpane with crisp script JG and ESA cartouches. Retains original straight-shank, tulip head ramrod and lower sling swivel, upper swivel missing.



Condition: Very good. Metal with some scattered surface oxidation and discoloration, lock with strong case color. All markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, very good bore is somewhat dirty. Stock with scattered handling marks, bumps and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Remington Model 1863 Zouave Rifle With Original Saber Bayonet Remington Model 1863 Zouave Rifle With Original Saber Bayonet

Remington Model 1863 Zouave Rifle With Original Saber Bayonet

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 482)

Remington Model 1863 Zouave Rifle With Original Saber Bayonet

.58 caliber, 33" barrel retained by two brass barrel bands, no S/N. Blued barrel, color case hardened lock, brass furniture. Standard Remington lock markings, dated 1863 . Barrel with matching date, usual V/P/ [eagle head] proofs and marked STEEL . Counterpane with two clear script cartouches, HDJ and BH . Retains both sling swivels, original ramrod and spare cone in patch box. Accompanied by a correct pattern original saber bayonet with correct brass-mounted leather scabbard.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish on the barrel with the case color on the lock fading and dulling. Mechanically functional, very good 7-groove bore. Rear sight blade damaged and 300-yard leaf is missing. Wood with scattered bumps, dings and handling marks. Bayonet about fine with an uncleaned patina on the hilt and a bright blade. Scabbard very good, with mounts matching the patina of the hilt, leather with scuffs and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Percussion Turner Style Rifle By W.L.Hudson Percussion Turner Style Rifle By W.L.Hudson

Percussion Turner Style Rifle By W.L.Hudson

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 482)

Percussion Turner Style Rifle By W.L.Hudson

.40 caliber, 31" octagonal barrel with muzzle turned round for bullet starter, retained by a single wedge with hooked breech, no S/N. Browned finish, iron furniture, smooth, straight-gripped walnut half-stock with pewter forend cap. Back action percussion lock marked W.L. HUDSON/MAKER/CIN.O in a three-line cartouche with same marking on top barrel flat behind rear sight. Double set triggers, semi-pistol gripped triggerguard, adjustable tang mounted peep sight, buckhorn barrel rear sight, hooded post front sight. 3.25" long bayonet lug at muzzle, for attachment of a "Bahn Frei"-style saber bayonet. Wood ramrod with brass tip.

William Hudson was a Cincinnati based gun maker works cab1852-1864. This rifle conforms to the style known as "Turner Rifles," sporting arms that had been utilized by members of the various German-American Turnverein (Turner) clubs. These recent German immigrants to America volunteered in large numbers to fight during the American Civil War, often bringing their own target rifles with them when they enlisted. Many of the guns were modified with large bayonet lugs to accept the classic Turner "Bahn Frei" brass-handled saber bayonets. The 9th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, raised in the Cincinnati area, was one of the most storied of these German American regiments to fight during the war and this rifle is likely associated with a member of that unit.



Condition: Good. Retains some of the brown finish on the barrel, which is thinning and mixing with an oxidized patina and some scattered surface scale. Markings remain legible on barrel and lock. Lock not functioning correctly. Bore very good with some light oxidation. Barrel rear sight may be an old replacement. Stock solid with bumps and dings and some added finish.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle Musket Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle Musket

Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle Musket

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 482)

Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle Musket

.58 caliber, 40" barrel retained by three barrel bands, no S/N. Bright finish, smooth walnut stock. Lock marked in three lines U.S./COLT'S PT F.A. Mfg Co/HARTFORD Ct and dated 1863 at tail. Breech with matching 1863 date, V/P/[eagle head] proofs and left flat marked STEEL and with inspector initials EF . Counterpane with two excellent DAP and JT cartouches, top of comb with clear MMJ sub-inspection. Small letter sub-inspections throughout on the metal parts. Correct 1861 pattern rear sight, musket front sight/bayonet lug. Correct straight-shank ramrod, sling swivels, added Enfield pattern cone protector. A really wonderful example of a mid-war produced US M1861 Special Model musket from one of the most iconic of US arms makers.



Condition: Very fine. Metal bright with some old dried oil and light discoloration, fine bore, mechanically excellent, all margins crisp and clear. Stock extremely crisp with a fine open grain and feathery texture, showing only a 1.75" scrape on the obverse butt at the butt plate and some very minor light handing marks.

EST $ 4000 - 6000

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Ulysses S. Grant 1851 Navy Commemorative Percussion Revolver Ulysses S. Grant 1851 Navy Commemorative Percussion Revolver

Ulysses S. Grant 1851 Navy Commemorative Percussion Revolver

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 482)

Ulysses S. Grant 1851 Navy Commemorative Percussion Revolver

.36 caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 316USG. Blue finish with case colored frame and loading lever, silver-plated grip straps. Walnut display case with powder flask, bullet mold, cap box, and key.



Condition: This 1971 mfg. gun remains in "new old stock" condition.

EST $ 600 - 900

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Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine

Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 482)

Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine

.62 caliber, 12" barrel, no S/N. Bright finish, brass furniture, walnut stock and detachable buttstock. Standard Springfield markings on lock, dated 1856 at tail. Standard proof marks on breech, dated 1855 on tang. Correct pattern folding L-shaped rear sight, swivel ramrod. Butt cap mating numbered 3 , buttstock mating numbered 16 . Sling swivels on barrel band and in toe of stock, sling ring in butt cap.



Condition: Good. Metal cleaned to bright with some light pitting, but all marks remain clear. Lock fully functional and complete, bore has been smooth-bored to about .62 caliber. Pistol stock with numerous handling marks and dings as well as a couple of cracks, the largest running from the front of the lock forward and then down and around to the triggerguard and another at the tail of the lock. No cartouche visible on counterpane. Buttstock very good with scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 2500 - 3500

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Pattern 1875 Marine Officers Sword Pattern 1875 Marine Officers Sword

Pattern 1875 Marine Officers Sword

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 482)

Pattern 1875 Marine Officers Sword

29.75" slightly curved blade with 18.5" fuller. 5.5" gilt brass guard with foliate motifs. Leather covered grooved wood grip with 12 wraps of twisted brass wire. Blade with frosty engraving of foliate scrolls and patriotic motifs, with UNITED STATES MARINES on the obverse and reverse. Reverse ricasso marked 372 / TRADE / CONQUER / MARK / N.S. MEYER, INC / WEST GERMANY . Brass-mounted, leather-covered wood scabbard.



Condition: Fine. Blade with most of the polish and frosty etching. Grips with some light wear, scabbard with some scattered light wear and scuffing.

EST $ 650 - 900

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Peterson 75 Non-Regulation Officers Sword Presented To LT K D Cheny Peterson 75 Non-Regulation Officers Sword Presented To LT K D Cheny

Peterson 75 Non-Regulation Officers Sword Presented To LT K D Cheny

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 482)

Peterson 75 Non-Regulation Officers Sword Presented To LT K D Cheny

32.25" single-edged spear point blade with 20" stopped median fuller. 5.25" hilt with pierced iron half-basket guard with a spread winged American eagle with the motto E Plurius Unum in ribbons above its head. Shagreen-wrapped grooved wood grips with 7 wraps of triple brass wire, the middle of the three ring twisted. Blade with frosty etched panels with a large US on the reverse with foliate bookends, and foliate scrolls near the ricasso. Reverse ricasso marked W CLAUBERG SOLINGEN in an oval around their logo. Obverse ricasso with brass "PROVED" disc and spine etched IRON PROOF . Obverse of blade with foliate scrolls near ricasso and a large spread-winged American Eagle central panel, again with the E Pluribus Unum cotton in ribbons. Iron backstrap of hilt engraved in two script lines: Presented to Lieut. K. D. Cheny / by Members Hartford City Guard 1866 . Includes correct pattern metal scabbard with two suspension rings. A search of both the Historical Data Systems and Fold3 databases could not locate a "K.D. Cheny." Further research may prove fruitful.



Condition: Fine. Blade retains much of the original bright polish and frosty etching with only some lightly scattered minor surface oxidation and flecks of discoloration. Blade with a couple of minor nicks along its edge. Hilt fine, grip with some light wear and tight wire. Scabbard very good.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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US Model 1850 Staff Officer's Sword US Model 1850 Staff Officer's Sword

US Model 1850 Staff Officer's Sword

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 482)

US Model 1850 Staff Officer's Sword

31.25" slightly curved, single-edged blade with 22.5" stopped median fuller and narrow 22.5" fuller along spine. 5.5" gilt brass hilt with open work foliate patterns and cast US in guard. Pommel cap with brass spanner capstan nut. Leather covered grooved wood grip with 14 wraps of triple strand wire, the middle wire being coiled. Etched blade with foliate scrolls, patriotic and martial themes, E Pluribus Unum in a ribbon on the obverse and US on the reverse. Sword is accompanied by a brass mounted leather scabbard with two suspension rings that is seamed up the middle of the rear.



Condition: Good. Blade with a dull gray patina, showing scattered surface oxidation, pitting, and discoloration. Etching worn and only partially visible. Hilt good with an uncleaned patina and traces of gold gilt in protected areas. Grip with some light wear and minor finish loss, wire intact with some looseness. Scabbard with wear, surface scuffs, some finish loss and crazing. Stitching remains mostly solid, brass mounts with a dark, uncleaned patina.

EST $ 700 - 1000

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Springfield Trapdoor Model 1884 Rifle Springfield Trapdoor Model 1884 Rifle

Springfield Trapdoor Model 1884 Rifle

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 482)

Springfield Trapdoor Model 1884 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 371528 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock. Illegible shadow of a cartouche on reverse of stock and a very weak [circle]- P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Buffington rear sight, cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor.



Condition: Good. Retains some strong thinning blue on the metal and some lightly oxidized discoloration with some minor freckled pinpricking. Markings clear in metal, much weaker in wood. Mechanically functional, good bore with some frosting and lightly oxidized pinpricking. Stock sanded with added oil finish showing numerous bumps, dings and minor mars.

EST $ 500 - 750

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Springfield M1879 Star Marked Trapdoor Rifle Springfield M1879 Star Marked Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield M1879 Star Marked Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 482)

Springfield M1879 Star Marked Trapdoor Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 207906* . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield early lock markings with 1873 date and barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, script SWP/1882 cartouche on reverse of stock and [circle]- P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, smooth trigger, 3-click tumbler. 1879 buckhorn rear sight, dished-face, jag-head cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. The "star" marked trapdoor rifles and carbines were assembled for issue to state militias using a combination of older parts from returned arms and newly produced parts.



Condition: Good to very good. Retains traces of blue with a mostly smooth plum brown patina that shows scattered oxidized freckling and some surface roughness on the buttplate. Markings clear, mechanically functional, very good, lightly frosted bore. Stock very good with scattered bumps, dings and handling marks.

EST $ 600 - 900

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Springfield Model 1868 Rifle Springfield Model 1868 Rifle

Springfield Model 1868 Rifle

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 482)

Springfield Model 1868 Rifle

.50-70 caliber, 29.625" barrel (32.5" to breech face) secured by two bands, S/N 2016 . Bright and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield musket lock markings, dated 1863 at the rear, serial number on left side of breech block and barrel. Breech block dated 1870 over [eagle head] / [crossed arrows] / US . Script ESA cartouche on counterpane. Rack numbered 11/44 in obverse stock and 11 on comb. Long range leaf rear sight, combination musket type front sight/bayonet lug, correct cleaning rod, no sling swivels.



Condition: Good. Metal with a mottled oxidized gray and brown patina with some old dried grease present as well. Lock with traces of case color. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some light pitting near the muzzle. Stock sanded and showing numerous bumps and dings.

EST $ 650 - 900

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Springfield Model 1873 Rifle Springfield Model 1873 Rifle

Springfield Model 1873 Rifle

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 482)

Springfield Model 1873 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 5586 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield lock markings with 1873 date and no barrel proofs. Early 1873 breech bock mark with crossed arrows. Long comb, thick wrist replacement stock, high arch breech, smooth trigger, 2-click tumbler. Correct 1873 pattern rear sight, musket front sight/bayonet lug, retains both sling swivels and stacking swivel, jag head cleaning rod with flat face. Solid buttplate without trapdoor or implement compartment. A very early production M1873 Rifle with a later arsenal replacement stock.



Condition: Good. Retains some traces of finish, the rest an oxidized plum brown or mottled gray patina. Mechanically functional, good bore that needs to be cleaned. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 650 - 1000

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Springfield Model 1879 Rifle Springfield Model 1879 Rifle

Springfield Model 1879 Rifle

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 482)

Springfield Model 1879 Rifle

.45-70, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 201845 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, script SWP/1882 cartouche on reverse of stock and [circle]- P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, smooth trigger, 3-click tumbler. 1879 buckhorn rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor.



Condition: Very good. Retains some thinning blued finish with strong traces of case color on the breech block. Clear markings, mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock showing wear and scattered bumps, dings and handling marks.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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Model 1884 Springfield Carbine Model 1884 Springfield Carbine

Model 1884 Springfield Carbine

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 482)

Model 1884 Springfield Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with single barrel band, S/Nn 452197 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield trapdoor lock markings, 1884 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Legible SWP/1889 cartouche opposite lock and clear [circle]- P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. Correct Buffington rear sight marked "C," pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt but no cleaning rods.



Condition: Good. Metal with mostly smooth plum patina, showing scattered oxidation and scattered pinpricking. Markings in metal clear, more worn in wood. Mechanically functional, bore good with scattered pitting. Wood with moderate wear, showing numerous bumps and dings and some serious wear along the leading edge of the comb.

EST $ 750 - 1000

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Springfield Model 1884 Carbine Springfield Model 1884 Carbine

Springfield Model 1884 Carbine

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with single barrel band, S/N 281981 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield trapdoor lock markings, 1884 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Clear SWP/1889 cartouche opposite lock and clear [circle]- P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. Buffington rear sight marked " XC " for use on the 1886 Experimental Carbine, pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt with no accessories. An interesting composite Trapdoor carbine with a receiver numbered at the very end of the M1879 range/beginning of the M1884 range, but certainly too early for an 1889 cartouche and with a rare XC marked sight.



Condition: Good. Barrel with a mottled oxidized brown patina and some surface roughness, showing some moderate pitting forward of the forend. Most markings clear, mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock with wear and scattered bumps and bruises.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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Model 1877 Springfield Cadet Rifle Model 1877 Springfield Cadet Rifle

Model 1877 Springfield Cadet Rifle

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 482)

Model 1877 Springfield Cadet Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 29.5" barrel, S/N 83321 . Blued and color case hardened finish, walnut stock with two barrel bands. Standard three-line M1873 breech block markings, weak ESA over date cartouche in an oval and weak [circle]- P proof behind triggerguard. High-arch breech, narrow receiver, three-click tumbler. Stock with long, thin wrist and ;short comb, solid buttplate without trapdoor. Stepped base rear sight correctly marked " R ." Stacking swivel only, no sling swivels. Retains correct pattern jag-head cleaning rod. Rack numbered " 135 " twice on reverse butt in red paint and once stamped into the stock comb, forward of the buttplate.



Condition: Very good. Retains some of the blued finish with some wear and loss, mostly forward of the rear barrel band. Breech block with some faded case color present. Markings in metal crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some lightly scattered oxidation and frosting present. Stock with wear, bumps and dings, and weak markings.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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Springfield Model 1884 Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 364210 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1886 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. Includes a M1887 sling.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the thinning blued finish with some fading, breech block with vivid color. Markings clear and crisp throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock very crisp with a feathery texture, crisp markings and only some scattered minor dings and handling marks.

EST $ 900 - 1200

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Model 1879 Star Marked Rifle Model 1879 Star Marked Rifle

Model 1879 Star Marked Rifle

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 482)

Model 1879 Star Marked Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 146902* . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield lock marking, dated 1873 and standard barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, visible SWP/1880 cartouche on reverse of stock and legible [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, smooth trigger, 3-click tumbler. M1879 buckhorn rear sight, flat-face, jag-head cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. These "star marked" Trapdoor rifles and carbines were assembled from a combination of old and newly made parts for issue to the various state militias during the early 1880s.



Condition: Good. Retains no finish with a plum brown patina on the barrel and a mottled gray patina on the lock. Markings remain clear in the metal, more worn in the wood. Mechanically functional, good bore with light pitting. Stock worn, with numerous bumps, dings and mars and a 3" crack running from the front of the triggerguard to the front lock mounting screw.

EST $ 500 - 750

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Model 1884 Cadet Rifle Model 1884 Cadet Rifle

Model 1884 Cadet Rifle

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 482)

Model 1884 Cadet Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 29.5" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 428532 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock. No cartouche or [circle]-P marks present. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Buffington rear sight, recessed tip jag-head cleaning rod with swelled, notched shank, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. In all ways this rifle conforms correctly to a Type II M1884 Cadet Rifle with no cartouches present, suggesting an arsenal replacement stock.



Condition: Very good. Retains some thinning blued finish mixed with a smooth plum brown patina. Breech block with vivid case color. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, very good, lightly pitted bore. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 600 - 1000

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Springfield Model 1884 Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

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Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 477314 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1889 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. An outstanding example of a US M1884 rifle.



Condition: Excellent. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and fading, breech block with vivid color. Markings clear and crisp throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore with light frosting. Stock very crisp with a feathery texture, crisp markings and only some lightly scattered minor dings and handling marks. Simply a fantastic condition rifle.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Model 1888 Springfield Trapdoor Ramrod Bayonet Rifle Model 1888 Springfield Trapdoor Ramrod Bayonet Rifle

Model 1888 Springfield Trapdoor Ramrod Bayonet Rifle

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 482)

Model 1888 Springfield Trapdoor Ramrod Bayonet Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 561347 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, fine SWP/1893 cartouche on reverse of stock and crisp [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, hooded front sight, correct rod bayonet, retains stacking and both sling swivels. Buttplate with trapdoor covering implement compartment, which is empty. One of the last of the last Trapdoor rifles to be produced from the last year of production.



Condition: Very fine. Barrel with thinning blue turning to a plum brown patina. Breech block with vivid color. All markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bores with some dirt near the muzzle. Stock with scattered minor bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Model 1886 Springfield XC Carbine Model 1886 Springfield XC Carbine

Model 1886 Springfield XC Carbine

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 482)

Model 1886 Springfield XC Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 24" round barrel, S/N 340171 . Blued and color case hardened finish, walnut stock. Standard Trapdoor lock markings, 1873 marked low arch breech block. V/P/[eagle head] inspection and P proof at breech. No visible cartouche at wrist or [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Correct " XC " marked Buffington rear sight, pinned front sight without hood, correct wrap-around sling swivel on upper band with sling swivel in toe. Sling bar and ring. 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. No cleaning rods in butt trap. An interesting example of a scarce "Experimental Carbine" with an 1873 marked breech block.



Condition: Good. Retains some minute traces of finish mixed with a heavily oxidized plum patina with some mottled patches of surface roughness. Clear marks in metal, no wood marks visible. Mechanically functional, good bore with light pitting that needs to be cleaned. Wood worn and lightly sanded with numerous bumps, dings, mars and handling marks.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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US Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle US Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

US Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 482)

US Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 473078 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1889 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and light wear, case colors on block still mostly vivid. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock fine with a feathery grain, some light handling marks and a tiny chip forward of the lock.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Model 1888 Springfield Ramrod Bayonet Rifle Model 1888 Springfield Ramrod Bayonet Rifle

Model 1888 Springfield Ramrod Bayonet Rifle

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 482)

Model 1888 Springfield Ramrod Bayonet Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 504390 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1890 cartouche on reverse of stock and good [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, hooded front sight, correct rod bayonet, retains stacking and both sling swivels as well as an original M1879 leather sling. Buttplate with trapdoor covering implement compartment, containing an original M1879 combination tool and M1873 headless shell extractor.



Condition: Very good. Retains some of the original blue, which is thinning and is mixed with some freckled oxidation. Markings clear and crisp in metal, clear in wood. Mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock with scattered bumps and dings, showing light to moderate wear. Accessories about very good.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Model 1873 Springfield Rifle Model 1873 Springfield Rifle

Model 1873 Springfield Rifle

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 482)

Model 1873 Springfield Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 65801 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield lock markings with 1873 date and early small sized barrel proofs. Early 1873 breech bock mark with crossed arrows, clear ESA in an oval cartouche on reverse of stock without date and good [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Long wrist, short comb stock, high arch breech, smooth trigger, 2-click tumbler. Correct 1873 rear sight, musket front sight/bayonet lug, retains stacking and both sling swivels as well as an original 1st pattern M1873 leather sling constructed from two surplus Civil War slings. Solid buttplate without trapdoor or implement compartment.



Condition: Very good. Retains some blue with fading and wear, mixed with a gently oxidizing plum-brown patina. Traces of case color on breech block. Markings clear and legible throughout. Mechanically functional, very good bore that needs to be cleaned. Rear sight missing tension spring. Stock with scattered bumps and dings and showing light to moderate wear.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Trapdoor Rifle US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 482)

US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

.58 RF caliber, 37.75" barrel retained by three flat, spring-retained barrel bands, no S/N. Tinned finish, smooth walnut stock. Lock marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with eagle, dated 1865 at tail. No barrel proofs, script ESA in an oval cartouche on counterpane as well as a script SWP in a rectangle with rounded corners. Rack number 395 C.8 stamped in reverse of butt. Model 1864 pattern rear sight, M1863 pattern ramrod/cleaning rod, sling swivels. Only 5,000 M1865 "1st Allin" Conversion rifles were produced circa 1865, using most of the components from surplus US .58 caliber Rifle Muskets. Standard finish was bright with a case hardened breech and a blued rear sight, but this example is fully plated in tin that appears to be a period applied finish. Whether this was an experimental finish or was applied at a later date after the gun was sold for surplus is unclear, but the finish certainly appears to be from the period of use. A scarce gun in any collection of breech loading US martial arms.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the applied tin finish with some flaking and wear, showing oxidation where the finish has worn. Mechanically functional, clear markings, very good bore. Stock with scattered bumps and dings, showing light to moderate use and wear.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Two Band Rifle US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Two Band Rifle

US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Two Band Rifle

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 482)

US Model 1865 1st Allin Springfield Two Band Rifle

.58 RF, 33.5" barrel (36" to breech face) retained by two flat, spring-retained barrel bands, no S/N. Bright finish, case hardened breech block, smooth walnut stock. Lock marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with eagle, dated 1863 at tail. No barrel proofs, weak script ESA in an oval cartouche on counterpane as well as a barely legible script SWP in a rectangle with rounded corners. Model 1864 pattern rear sight, M1861 pattern ramrod/cleaning rod, two sling swivels; upper swivel may be a replacement. Only 5,000 full-length, three-barrel band M1865 "1st Allin" Conversion rifles were produced circa 1865, using most of the components from surplus US .58 caliber Rifle Muskets. Records indicate that 270 were altered for cadet use by shorting the barrel to an overall length of 36" (to breechface). The middle band was removed, and the accompanying band spring hole was filled. The upper band was relocated to its new position further back and a sling swivel stud was added to it. This gun shows the correct arsenal work to be one of the 270 guns so altered, including the remnants of the secondary SWP inspection cartouche applied after the alteration. A very scarce example of the first US military metallic cartridge cadet rifle.



Condition: Very good. Metal with a dull pewter patina, breech block retaining some nice dull blue-black color. Markings clear in metal, more worn in wood. Mechanically functional, very good bore that needs to be cleaned. Stock with wear and numerous handling marks, cartouches weak. A piece of wood has been replaced forward of the lock, under the breech block. The quality of the work, as well as the patina suggest it may be an arsenal repair, but is almost certainly from the period of use.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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Springfield US M1865 1st Model Allin Conversion Springfield US M1865 1st Model Allin Conversion

Springfield US M1865 1st Model Allin Conversion

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 482)

Springfield US M1865 1st Model Allin Conversion

.58 RF caliber, 37.75" barrel retained by three flat, spring-retained barrel bands, no S/N. Bright finish, case hardened breech block, smooth walnut stock. Lock marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with eagle, dated 1865 at tail. No barrel proofs, script ESA in an oval cartouche on counterpane Model 1864 pattern rear sight, M1861 pattern ramrod/cleaning rod, sling swivels. Only 5,000 M1865 "1st Allin" Conversion rifles were produced circa 1865, using most of the components from surplus US .58 caliber Rifle Muskets. A scarce gun in any collection of breechloading US martial arms.



Condition: Very good. Metal with a lightly cleaned bright steel patina, with clear markings. Breech block with good, dull blue-black color. Mechanically functional, fine, bright bore. Wood lightly sanded and showing scattered handling marks, bumps and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin Rifle Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin Rifle

Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin Rifle

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 482)

Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin Rifle

.50-70 caliber, 34.625" barrel (40" to breech face) retained by three rounded, spring-retained barrel bands, no S/N. Bright finish, color case hardened breech block. Standard US Springfield musket lock marks, 1864 dated at rear, single Eagle Head proof at breech. Clear script HSH cartouche on rear of counterpane, front cartouche illegible. Retains correct rear sight, front sight/bayonet lug, correct cleaning rod and both sling swivels. About 25,000 2nd Allin conversion rifles were produced ca 1866.



Condition: Very good. Barrel and furniture with a medium pewter patina and scattered surface oxidation and discoloration. Lock and hammer with dull traces of case coloring, breech block with more dull blue-black color remaining. All markings clear, with the exception of one cartouche. Mechanically functional, very good bore with moderate frosting. Stock with scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle

Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 482)

Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle

.50-70 caliber, 34.5" barrel, secured by three rounded, spring-retained bands, S/N M2805 . Bright finish, case hardened breechblock, smooth walnut stock. Rear face of breechblock with two-line Joslyn patent marking, block serial numbered M1711 . Standard Springfield musket lock markings, dated 1864 at rear. US M18164-style rear sight, musket front sight/bayonet lug, two sling swivels, jag head cleaning rod. The Springfield produced Joslyn breech loading rifle was the first metallic cartridge breech loading long arm to be manufactured at Springfield Arsenal, ca 1865 with 3,007 produced in .50RF (.50-60-450). Circa 1869-70 some 1,600 of these guns were altered to .50-70, with the breechblocks altered to centerfire. All these altered examples show mixed serial numbers. These guns were then sold to France for use in the Franco-Prussian War. Those guns were later sold as surplus with many being altered for civilian use as shotguns. This is one of those mixed number, .50-70 altered rifles that remains in its original military configuration and in very nice condition.



Condition: Very good. Metal shows a pewter patina with some lightly scattered surface oxidation and some lightly scattered pinpricking. Markings remain clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Wood crisp with scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 482)

Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel retained by two barrel bands, S/N 93328 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings, breech block marked U.S./MODEL/1873 , small block S.W.P. cartouche in a rectangle with rounded corners opposite lock, [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, three-click tumbler, smooth trigger, solid buttplate without implement compartment. M1877 rear sight, musket-style front sight, bayonet lug, stacking and sling swivels, M1873 jag head cleaning rod with dished face.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some vivid case color on the breechblock. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and handling marks.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin 2 Band Trapdoor Rifle Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin 2 Band Trapdoor Rifle

Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin 2 Band Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 482)

Springfield US Model 1866 2nd Allin 2 Band Trapdoor Rifle

.50-70 caliber, 32.5" barrel (36" to tang) secured by two rounded, spring-retained barrel bands, no S/N. Bright finish, blackened breechblock, smooth walnut stock. Look with standard Springfield musket markings, dated 1864 at rear. Breech with [eagle head] proof, two clear cartouches on counterpane, a script HSH and a script ESA . Correct 1866 rear sight and cleaning rod, sling swivels, includes an original US M1887 leather sling.



Condition: Very good. Metal with pewter patina and speckled flecks of surface oxidation and discoloration. Clear markings, mechanically functional, fine bore. Crisp stock with fine cartouches and scattered handling marks.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1871 Rolling Block Rifle Springfield Model 1871 Rolling Block Rifle

Springfield Model 1871 Rolling Block Rifle

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 482)

Springfield Model 1871 Rolling Block Rifle

.50-70 caliber, 36" barrel retained by two barrel bands, no S/N. Bright barrel and furniture, color casehardened frame and hammer, smooth walnut stock and forend. Right side of receiver marked with [ US eagle]/US/SPRINGFIELD/1872 and MODEL 1871 on left side. Two-line Remington address and patent marks on tang. Fine script ESA cartouche on reverse wrist. Adjustable leaf rear sight, front sight/bayonet lug, sling swivels.



Condition: Very good. Metal with a mottled salt and pepper patina, with some surface oxidation. Markings mostly clear, tang markings somewhat obscured by oxidation. Receiver and hammer with some traces of case color. Mechanically functional, very good bore that is lightly frosted and might improve with cleaning. Stock crisp with a feathery texture to the grain, with some scattered handling marks and dings, and a .75" chip out behind the upper barrel band on the obverse.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle

Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle

Lot #37 (Sale Order 37 of 482)

Springfield Joslyn Breechloading Rifle

.50RF caliber, 34.5" barrel, secured by three rounded, spring-retained bands, S/N M2052 . Bright finish, casehardened breechblock, smooth walnut stock. Rear face of breechblock with two-line Joslyn patent marking, block with matching serial number. Standard Springfield musket lock markings, dated 1864 at rear. Faint script cartouche present on counterpane is not fully legible. US M18164-style rear sight, musket front sight/bayonet lug, jag head cleaning rod, missing both sling swivels. The Springfield produced Joslyn breech loading rifle was the first metallic cartridge breech loading long arm to be manufactured at Springfield Arsenal, ca 1865 with 3,007 produced in .50RF (.50-60-450). Slightly more than half of the production was later altered to .50-70 center fire and sold to France, so original rimfire US military rifles are scarce guns today.



Condition: Very good. Metal with a dull pewter patina and evenly distributed scattered flecks of surface oxidation and some light pinpricking. Mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1879 Rifle Springfield Model 1879 Rifle

Springfield Model 1879 Rifle

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 482)

Springfield Model 1879 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 194019 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1882 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, smooth trigger, 3-click tumbler. M1879 buckhorn rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with vivid color on the breech block. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered dings and mars and numerous small scratches opposite the lock, but retaining a feathery texture to the grain. A really lovely M1879 Rifle.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1884 Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 371732 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1887 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. A really outstanding example of a US M1884 Rifle.



Condition: Excellent. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and fading, breech block with vivid color. Markings clear and crisp throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock very crisp with a feathery texture, crisp markings and only some lightly scattered minor dings and handling marks. Simply a fantastic condition rifle.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Rare Springfield Model 1877 Rifle Rare Springfield Model 1877 Rifle

Rare Springfield Model 1877 Rifle

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 482)

Rare Springfield Model 1877 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 76684 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock with thick wrist and long comb. Standard early Springfield lock markings with 1873 on the third line, no barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, clear ESA/1877 cartouche on reverse of stock and very good [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. High arch breech, smooth trigger, 2-click tumbler. Stepped base 1877 rear sight graduated to 1,100 yards, front sight/bayonet lug, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. A scarce transitional gun with both late 1873 and early 1877 features, falling at the very end of the 1873 serial number range and the beginning of the 1877 serial number range.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the blued finish with thinning and wear. Markings clear and crisp throughout, mechanically functional, very good bore that needs to be cleaned. Stock crisp with scattered bumps and dings and with some traces of feathery texture.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 371726 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1884 marked breech bock, SWP/1887 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. A really outstanding example of a US M1884 Rifle.



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and fading, breech block with vivid color. Markings clear and crisp throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock very crisp with a feathery texture, crisp markings and only some lightly scattered minor dings and handling marks. Simply a fantastic condition rifle.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Springfield Model 1884 Cadet Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Cadet Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Cadet Rifle

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Cadet Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 29.5" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 239349 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1890 cartouche on reverse of stock and two [circle]-P proofs behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Buffington rear sight, jag head cleaning rod with swelled, notched shank, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. In all ways this rifle conforms correctly to a Type II M1884 Cadet rifle, with the exception of the serial number of the receiver, which is in the M1879 range. As these were very late production guns, it is possible that some older left over parts were utilized in their construction.



Condition: Very good. Retains strong amounts of thinned blue with some scattered surface oxidation. Breech block with vivid colors, markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock fine some scattered light dings and handling marks.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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Springfield Model 1884 Carbine Springfield Model 1884 Carbine

Springfield Model 1884 Carbine

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with single barrel band, S/N 344671 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield trapdoor lock markings, 1873 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Clear SWP/1886 cartouche opposite lock and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. Correct Buffington rear sight marked "C," pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt with 3-piece cleaning rod. A solid example of a M1884 Trapdoor carbine.



Condition: Very good. Retains some of the blue with streaky wear and loss on the barrel. Breech block with muted case colors. All markings clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with numerous bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 482)

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with 1890 sight-protecting barrel band, S/N 379702 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield trapdoor lock markings, 1884 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Clear SWP/1887 cartouche opposite lock and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Clear script NJ cartouche forward of sling bar and block NJ on barrel. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. Correct Buffington rear sight marked " C, " pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt with 3-piece cleaning rod and M1884 headless shell extractor. A solid, New Jersey marked M1884 carbine with the 1890 barrel band upgrade.



Condition: Good to very good. Retains some traces of blue on the barrel with a mottled plum brown patina. Breech block with traces of muted case colors. All markings clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1886 XC Carbine Springfield Model 1886 XC Carbine

Springfield Model 1886 XC Carbine

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 482)

Springfield Model 1886 XC Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 24" round barrel, S/N 334111 . Blued and color case hardened finish, walnut stock. Early trapdoor lock markings with 1873 date, 1873 marked low arch breech block. V/P/[eagle head] inspections and P proof at breech. Very weak script SWP / 1888 cartouche opposite lock and weak [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Correct " XC " marked Buffington rear sight, pinned front sight without hood, correct wrap-around sling swivel on upper band with sling swivel in toe. Sling bar and ring. 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. No cleaning rods in butt trap. Comb rack numbered 52 / T . An interesting composite example of a scarce "Experimental Carbine" of which only 1,000 were produced.



Condition: Good. Retains some traces of finish mixed with a smooth plum patina with some flecks of surface oxidation. Clear marks in metal, wood marks worn. Mechanically functional, good bore with moderate frosting that needs to be cleaned. Wood worn with numerous bumps, dings, mars and handling marks.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1879 Star Marked Carbine Springfield Model 1879 Star Marked Carbine

Springfield Model 1879 Star Marked Carbine

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 482)

Springfield Model 1879 Star Marked Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with single barrel band without stacking swivel, S/N 177449* . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield trapdoor lock markings with 1873 date, 1873 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Legible SWP/1881 cartouche opposite lock and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, smooth trigger. Buffington rear sight correctly marked " C, " pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt with 3-piece cleaning rod. These "star" marked carbines were assembled at Springfield for the use of state militias (National Guard) circa 1881-1882, using available parts on hand, including a combination of newly made and salvaged parts from earlier guns that had been turned in, thus they do not always conform exactly to standard production models in terms of features or markings.



Condition: Good. Retains some blued finish with scattered surface oxidation and discoloration. Legible markings, mechanically functional, good bore with some light pitting and ring near the muzzle that may be dirt. Wood with scattered bumps and dings, showing wear and some added finish.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Springfield Model 1873 Rifle with Metcalf Device Springfield Model 1873 Rifle with Metcalf Device

Springfield Model 1873 Rifle with Metcalf Device

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 482)

Springfield Model 1873 Rifle with Metcalf Device

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel retained by two barrel bands, S/N 65479 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock with long wrist and short comb. Standard early Springfield lock markings with 1873 on third line, early breech block marked U.S./MODEL/1873 over crossed arrows, small script SWP cartouche in an oval opposite lock, [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. High arch breech, two-click tumbler, smooth trigger, solid buttplate without implement compartment. M1873 rear sight, musket-style front sight/bayonet lug, stacking and sling swivels, M1873 jag head cleaning rod with flat face. Equipped with experimental Metcalf device loading block attachment. 1,008 US M1873 rifles were assembled with the Metcalf modifications during 1876, with the guns believed to be in the 60,000 to 74,000 serial number range. The system attached a wooden block that held 8 spare cartridges on the right side of the gun, in front of the lock plate. A very scarce variant rifle for the advanced trapdoor collector.



Condition: Fine. Retains much of the blued finish with the case color fading and dulling. Marking remain clear and crisp. Mechanically function, fine bore. Stock with scattered handling marks and a couple of very small surface chips around the tang area, but retaining some feathery texture. A very nice example of a very rare Trapdoor.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked

Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 482)

Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with single barrel band without stacking swivel, S/N 189191* . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield trapdoor lock markings with 1873 date, 1873 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Very weak SWP/1881 cartouche opposite lock and faint [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, grooved trigger. 1879 pattern rear sight graduated to " 15 " and correctly marked " C " on the ladder, pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt with 3-piece cleaning rod and M1884 headless shell extractor. These "star" marked carbines were assembled at Springfield for the use of state militias (National Guard) circa 1881-1882, using available parts on hand, including a combination of newly made and salvaged parts from earlier guns that had been turned in, thus they do not always conform exactly to standard production models in terms of features or markings.



Condition: Good to very good. Retains much of the blued finish and some strong traces of case coloring, with clear marks in metal. Mechanically functional, very good bore. Wood sanded with marks weak and smeared and scattered bumps and dings present.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1880 Triangular Bayonet Rifle Springfield Model 1880 Triangular Bayonet Rifle

Springfield Model 1880 Triangular Bayonet Rifle

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 482)

Springfield Model 1880 Triangular Bayonet Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 157606 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1873 marked breech bock, standard barrel proofs, script SWP/1881 cartouche on reverse of stock and double [circle]-P proofs behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, smooth trigger, 3-click tumbler. 1879 buckhorn rear sight, retains stacking and both sling swivels, buttplate with trapdoor and stock drilled for accessories. Triangular ramrod bayonet with appropriate latch system. A scarce example of a US M1880 "Trials Rifle," of which only 1,001 were manufactured to test the practicality of the ramrod bayonet on an infantry rifle, a concept that had been briefly tried with the Hall Carbine issued to the US Dragoons during the 1830s and was promptly abandoned. This rifle started the flirtation with the ramrod bayonet concept that would enamor the Ordnance Department until the early 1900s.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and loss, showing scattered flecks of surface oxidation. Block with traces of case color, all markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, good bore with frosting and light pitting. Wood with scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked

Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 482)

Springfield Model 1879 Carbine Star Marked

.45-70 calbier, 22" barrel with single barrel band without stacking swivel, S/N 175999* . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield trapdoor lock markings with 1873 date, 1873 breech block markings, standard barrel proofs. Clear SWP/1881 cartouche opposite lock and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, 3-click tumbler, smooth trigger. 1879 pattern rear sight graduated to " 15 " and correctly marked " C " on the ladder, pinned blade front sight, sling bar and ring, trapdoor in butt with no accessories. These "star" marked carbines were assembled at Springfield for the use of state militias (National Guard) circa 1881-1882, using available parts on hand, including a combination of newly made and salvaged parts from earlier guns that had been turned in, thus they do not always conform exactly to standard production models in terms of features or markings.



Condition: Very good. Retains some thinning blue on the barrel, breech block with traces of case color, primarily on the interior. Markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some dust and dirt near muzzle. Stock with numerous scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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Springfield Model 1873 Carbine Springfield Model 1873 Carbine

Springfield Model 1873 Carbine

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 482)

Springfield Model 1873 Carbine

.45-70 caliber, 22" barrel with single barrel band with stacking swivel, S/N 35514 . Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield trapdoor lock markings with 1873 date, 1873 breech block markings over crossed arrows, no barrel proofs. Legible SWP/1888 cartouche opposite lock and faint [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. High arch breech, 2-click tumbler, smooth trigger. 1873 pattern rear sight graduated to " 12 " on the ladder, 1st type carbine front sight, sling bar without ring, solid buttplate. The initials JB are stamped in the buttplate tang and behind the sling bar, in front of the cartouche. Stock is a later M1884 carbine stock drilled for tools and accessories. The carbine could be a "cleaned and repaired" arsenal refurbished example or simply an early 1873 carbine that had its stock replaced at some point during its lifetime. Essentially a straight M1873 carbine that only needs an early stock to return it to its "as made" configuration.



Condition: Good. Retains some of a later added blue finish, markings clear in metal, mechanically functional, good bore with frosting and light pitting. Stock worn with bumps and dings, weak marks and some added finish.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Springfield Model 1873 Rfile Springfield Model 1873 Rfile

Springfield Model 1873 Rfile

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 482)

Springfield Model 1873 Rfile

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel retained by two barrel bands, S/N 63482 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard early Springfield trapdoor lock markings over date 1873 , breech block marked MODEL/1873/[eagle head]/[crossed arrows]/US . Small V/P/[eagle head]/P inspections at breech. Very weak ESA cartouche without date is visible opposite lock, visible [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. High arch breech, two-click tumbler, smooth trigger, solid buttplate without implement compartment. M1873 rear sight marked to " 11, " musket-style front sight, bayonet lug, stacking and sling swivels, M1873 jag head cleaning rod with flat face.



Condition: Good. Metal with an evenly oxidized brown patina. Most markings clear. Mechanically functional, bore good and lightly pitted. Stock worn with numerous bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Springfield Model 1870 Rifle Springfield Model 1870 Rifle

Springfield Model 1870 Rifle

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 482)

Springfield Model 1870 Rifle

.50-70 caliber, 32.5" barrel secured by two bands, no S/N. Bright and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield musket lock markings, dated 1863 at the rear. Breech block marked MODEL/1870 over [eagle head]/[crossed arrows]/US . Script ESA cartouche on rear of counterpane, second illegible cartouche possibly a Civil War era musket inspection, indicating the use of an older stock in the assembly of the this rifle. Rack numbered E/16 on top of buttplate. Long-range leaf rear sight, combination musket-type front sight/bayonet lug, cleaning rod, sling swivels.



Condition: Good. Metal with a dull pewter patina and showing freckled oxidation. Most marks clear and legible. Mechanically functional, good bore with even frosting and light pitting. Stock with wear, bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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Lee Vertical Action Springfield Rifle Lee Vertical Action Springfield Rifle

Lee Vertical Action Springfield Rifle

Lot #54 (Sale Order 54 of 482)

Lee Vertical Action Springfield Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel retained by two barrel bands, no S/N. Blued finish, smooth straight-gripped walnut stock. Receiver tang marked U.S. / PAT. MAR. 16th 1875 . No proofs on barrel, fine script ESA cartouche on reverse wrist. US M1873 pattern rear sight, graduated to 11 , musket-style front sight/bayonet lug. 1873 pattern flat faced jag head cleaning rod, retains both sling swivels and stacking swivel. These very scarce rifles designed by James Paris Lee utilized a Martini style dropping block action. Only 143 were produced circa 1875, making these one of the rarest of the US martial rifles from the Indian Wars period.



Condition: Very good. Retains some thinned blued finish with a mostly plum brown patina and some scattered flecks of surface oxidation. All markings remain clear, mechanically functional, very good, lightly frosted bore, stock crisp with scattered bumps and dings and handling marks.

EST $ 2500 - 5000

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Springfield Model 1882 Chaffee Reese Rifle Springfield Model 1882 Chaffee Reese Rifle

Springfield Model 1882 Chaffee Reese Rifle

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 482)

Springfield Model 1882 Chaffee Reese Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 27.875" barrel, no S/N. Blued finish, smooth, straight-gripped walnut stock. Top edge of receiver marked US-SPRINGFILED 1884 , barrel with usual V/P/[eagle head] proofs, clear SWP/1882 cartouche on upper rear of reverse butt. Correctly marked C-R M1879 pattern rear sight, musket type front sight/bayonet lug, slotted head cleaning rod. Only 753 Chaffee-Reese rifles were produced ca 1884, making them scarce guns from the late Indian Wars era.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning, fading and light wear. All markings remain clear and crisp. Bolt is mechanically functional, but part of the feed mechanism in the butt magazine is missing. Fine bore, stock with scattered bumps, dings and minor mars. A previous owner has lightly scratched his name and a date in the reverse buttstock below the cartouche.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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Model 1888 Positive Cam Rifle Model 1888 Positive Cam Rifle

Model 1888 Positive Cam Rifle

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 482)

Model 1888 Positive Cam Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 32.625" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 415533 . Blued and color case hardened finish, smooth walnut stock. Standard Springfield lock markings and barrel proofs, 1888 marked breech bock, clear SWP/1888 cartouche on reverse of stock and fine [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Low arch breech, grooved trigger, 3-click tumbler. Correct Buffington rear sight, musket style front sight/bayonet lug, correct cleaning rod, retains stacking and both sling swivels, solid buttplate without trapdoor. Only 100 of these experimental "Positive Cam" rifles were produced ca 1888 and they are extreme rarities for the Trapdoor collector. This is a really nice example of a US M1888 Positive Cam rifle.



Condition: Fine. Retains much of the blued finish which is thinning and mixing with a plum brown patina, showing some scattered flecks of minor surface oxidation as well. Breech block retains much of the vivid color. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine, lightly frosted bore. Stock crisp with some scattered bumps, dings and minor mars.

EST $ 5000 - 8500

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Springfield Model 1875 Officer Rifle Springfield Model 1875 Officer Rifle

Springfield Model 1875 Officer Rifle

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 482)

Springfield Model 1875 Officer Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 26" barrel with single barrel band, S/N 91 , stamped in wrist. Blued and color case hardened finish, checkered walnut stock with nickel plated forend cap, not fitted for pistol grip. Lock marked in two lines: U.S./SPRINGFIELD with spread-winged eagle motif and decorated with high quality foliate scroll engraving. Receiver, barrel tang, hammer, buttplate tang, triggerguard, barrel band and forend cap all engraved en-suite. Breech block with standard M1873 markings, no cartouche present but fine [circle]-P proof is present in toe line of stock behind the termination of the wrist checkering. M1879 rear sight, dovetailed blade front sight with folding globe, adjustable vernier tang rear sight with incorrect ladder and eye piece. Small German silver escutcheon at wrist engraved with the script initials MHA . Low arch breech, 2-click tumbler, solid buttplate. Slotted wooden cleaning rod with nickel plated tip. Only 477 M1875 Trapdoor "Officers" rifles were assembled ca 1875-1885, and they are very scarce and desirable Trapdoor rifle variants.



Condition: Very good. Retains streaky traces of blued finish on the barrel mixed with a smooth plum patina. Lock and receiver with muted case colors with nice mottling that retain some areas of vivid color. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore with some light frosting. Stock retains crisp checkering with scattered bumps, dings and mars, showing handling and use. A solid example of a M1875 Trapdoor officer's rifle.

EST $ 8500 - 15000

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U.S. Model 1892/1896 Springfield Krag Rifle U.S. Model 1892/1896 Springfield Krag Rifle

U.S. Model 1892/1896 Springfield Krag Rifle

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 482)

U.S. Model 1892/1896 Springfield Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 14241 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1892 receiver markings dated 1894. Stock with only very weak traces of cartouche at wrist but with a clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Mushroom-shaped cocking knob, 1896 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels, trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, which are missing. A classic example of a M1892 Krag rifle upgraded to the M1896 specifications with the cleaning rod hole filled in the stock, the addition of the M1896 upper barrel band and the new 1896 pattern rear sight.



Condition: Good. Retains no finish on the metal with some moderately oxidized mottled discoloration with some freckled pinpricking. Markings clear in metal, much weaker in wood. Mechanically functional, good bore with some frosting and lightly oxidized pinpricking. Stock sanded with added oil finish showing numerous bumps, dings and minor mars.

EST $ 500 - 750

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Springfield Model 1896 Krag Rifle Springfield Model 1896 Krag Rifle

Springfield Model 1896 Krag Rifle

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 482)

Springfield Model 1896 Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 94565 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1896 receiver markings, stock with only weak traces of cartouche at wrist but with a clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Mushroom shaped cocking knob, 1896 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels, trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, which are missing. Includes a US M1907 pattern leather sling.



Condition: Good. Retains some strong thinning blue on the metal and some lightly oxidized discoloration with some minor freckled pinpricking. Markings clear in metal, much weaker in wood. Mechanically functional, good bore with some frosting and lightly oxidized pinpricking. Stock sanded with added oil finish showing numerous bumps, dings and minor mars. Sling in fair condition and well worn.

EST $ 500 - 750

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** Springfield Model 1899 Krag Carbine ** Springfield Model 1899 Krag Carbine

** Springfield Model 1899 Krag Carbine

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1899 Krag Carbine

.30-40 Krag caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 345994 . Blued and case hardened finish, smooth, straight-gripped, finger-grooved walnut stock with single barrel band and sight-protector handguard. Receiver marked: MODEL 1899, U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with serial number. Shadow of JSA cartouche at wrist with no legible date and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. 1901 pattern rear sight graduated to 23, with left wall of base correctly marked " C ". Knurled, mushroom-shaped cocking knob, no sling bar, smooth buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning rods which are present.



Condition: Very good. Retains thinning blue on the barrel with some lightly oxidized discoloration and some minor freckled pinpricking. Markings clear in metal, much weaker in wood. Mechanically functional, good bore with some frosting and lightly oxidized pinpricking. Stock sanded with added oil finish and some scattered bumps, dings and minor mars.

EST $ 600 - 900

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** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle ** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle

** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 482)

** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 390002 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1898 receiver markings, stock with crisp, script JSA cartouche dated 1902 and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Mushroom-shaped cocking knob, 1901 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels, trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, which are present. Includes brass muzzle cover.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the blued finish with some fading and thinning. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock with scattered handling marks and dings, also showing a small chip and tiny crack on the reverse behind the magazine well, forward of the cartouche, a small area of wood filler at the rear of the reverse finger groove and a small crack in the forend, under the rear sight.

EST $ 600 - 900

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**Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine **Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine

**Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 482)

**Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine

.30-40 Krag caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 288831 . Blued and case hardened finish, smooth, straight-gripped, finger-grooved walnut stock with single barrel band and sight-protector handguard. Receiver marked: MODEL 1899, U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with serial number. Weak 1900 dated script JSA cartouche at wrist and similarly worn [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. 1901 pattern rear sight graduated to 23 and with left wall of base correctly marked " C ". Knurled, headless cocking knob, no sling bar, smooth buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning rods which are not present.



Condition: Very good. Retains no finish with a mostly smooth pewter gray patina on the metal and some lightly oxidized discoloration and some minor freckled pinpricking. Markings clear in metal, somewhat weaker in wood. Mechanically functional, good bore with some frosting and lightly oxidized pinpricking. Stock with numerous bumps, dings and minor mars.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle ** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle

** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 482)

** Model 1898 Springfield Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 400842 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1898 receiver markings, stock with crisp, script JSA cartouche dated 1902 and with clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Retains 1901 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels.



Condition: Very good. Retains some blued finish, which is fading and thinning. All markings clear and sharp. Mechanically functional, very good bore with light frosting and some minor oxidation. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and handling marks and a 1" scar on the upper reverse wrist.

EST $ 650 - 900

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**Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle **Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

**Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 482)

**Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 224051 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1898 receiver markings, stock with clear, script JSA cartouche dated 1899 and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Knurled straight cocking knob, 1898 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels. Trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, which are not present. Includes brass muzzle cover.



Condition: Very good. Retains some thinning blue on the barrel, all markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, very good, lightly frosted bore. Stock shows wear with numerous bumps and dings.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle ** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 488409 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1898 receiver markings, stock with no visible cartouche or [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Mushroom shaped cocking knob, 1902 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels. Trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, which are not present. Includes a Kerr "No Buckle" canvas sling.



Condition: Good. Retains some traces of blue finish mixed with a plum patina. Markings in metal clear, stock sanded without markings. Mechanically functional, good bore that is evenly frosted and needs to be cleaned.

EST $ 600 - 800

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** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle ** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 197344 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1898 receiver markings, stock with crisp, script JSA cartouche dated 1899 and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Mushroom shaped cocking knob, 1901 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels. Trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, with part of a WWII era M1903/M1 cleaning kit present. Includes a US M1907 pattern leather sling.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the blued finish on the barrel with fading, thinning and wear. Markings remain clear throughout. Mechanically functional, good bore is evenly frosted. Stock crisp with some handling marks and fine cartouche.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle ** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1898 Krag Rifle

.30-40 Krag caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 262292 . Blued finish, walnut stock. Standard Model 1898 receiver markings, stock with crisp, script JSA cartouche dated 1900 and clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. Mushroom shaped cocking knob, 1902 pattern rear sight, stacking and sling swivels. Trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods and oiler, which are present. Includes brass muzzle cover and half of a M1887 leather sling.



Condition: Excellent. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with some minor thinning and wear. All markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock retaining some feathery grain and very crisp with only light handling marks and minor dings.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Springfield Gallery Practice Krag Rifle ** Springfield Gallery Practice Krag Rifle

** Springfield Gallery Practice Krag Rifle

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 482)

** Springfield Gallery Practice Krag Rifle

.22LR caliber, 30" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 476828 . Blued finish, smooth, straight-gripped walnut stock. Receiver with standard Springfield M1898 Krag rifle markings abut without the expected ".22 CAL" markings, however the correct hole is drilled between the words " SPRINGFIELD " and " ARMORY " for the extractor cam. Correct off-set bore and correct supplemental extractor in place. Fine script JFC cartouche without date, as is correct for an arsenal assembled Gallery Rifle, clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. M1896 rear sight, pinned blade front sight with white bead, receiver mounted fully-adjustable aperture peep sight. Retains stacking and sling swivels. Trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods that are not present. Only 841 Krag .22 Gallery Rifles were produced ca 1906-1907, with some being fully assembled and inspected at Springfield and the balance being sent out as barreled actions to be dropped into existing stocks in the field. This gun appears to be one of those former, arsenal assembled gallery guns. A very scarce US martial practice rifle not often seen for sale.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and minor wear. Clear markings throughout, mechanically functional, very good, lightly frosted bore. Stock fine with light handling marks.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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**Springfield Gallery Practice Model 1898 Krag Rifle **Springfield Gallery Practice Model 1898 Krag Rifle

**Springfield Gallery Practice Model 1898 Krag Rifle

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 482)

**Springfield Gallery Practice Model 1898 Krag Rifle

.22LR caliber, 30" barrel with two barrel bands, S/N 460533 . Blued finish, smooth, straight-gripped walnut stock. Receiver with standard Springfield M1898 Krag rifle markings and additionally marked CAL./.22 and 115 . Correct hole is present between the words " SPRINGFIELD " and " ARMORY " for the extractor cam. Correct off-set bore and correct supplemental extractor in place. No cartouche present, triggerguard marked with electric pencil: 6715 . M1901 rear sight, pinned blade front sight, sling swivels. Trapdoor in butt for cleaning rods that are not present. Only 841 Krag .22 Gallery Rifles were produced ca 1906-1907, with some being fully assembled and inspected at Springfield and the balance being sent out as barreled actions to be dropped into existing stocks in the field. This gun appears to be one of those latter gallery guns. A very scarce US martial practice rifle not often seen for sale.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the blued finish, with some fading, thinning, wear and loss. All markings remain crisp in the metal. Mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock lightly sanded with no cartouches and scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Springfield Model 1896 Krag Carbine Springfield Model 1896 Krag Carbine

Springfield Model 1896 Krag Carbine

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 482)

Springfield Model 1896 Krag Carbine

.30-40 Krag caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 88874 . Blued and case hardened finish, smooth, straight-gripped, finger-grooved walnut stock with single sight-protecting barrel band. Receiver marked: MODEL 1896, U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with serial number. Weak outline of illegible cartouche at wrist and similarly worn [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. 1896 pattern rear sight graduated to 20 and with ladder correctly marked " C ". Knurled, mushroom-shaped cocking knob, sling bar and ring. Smooth buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning rods which are not present.



Condition: Good. Retains much of what appears to be a later applied blue on the barrel, with traces of finish elsewhere. Markings in metal clear, weak in wood. Mechanically functional, good bore which shows even frosting and some pinpricking. Wood well worn, lightly sanded and with a large patch of filler on the reverse, forward of the receiver, a small crack in the top of the handguard and numerous bumps and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Model 1896 Springfield Carbine Model 1896 Springfield Carbine

Model 1896 Springfield Carbine

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 482)

Model 1896 Springfield Carbine

.30-40 Krag caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 68407 . Blued and case hardened finish, smooth, straight-gripped, finger-grooved walnut stock with single sight-protecting barrel band and short handguard. Receiver marked: MODEL 1896, U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with serial number. Weak shadow of a cartouche at wrist and legible [circle]-P proof behind double-struck triggerguard. 1896 pattern rear sight graduated to " 20 " and with ladder correctly marked " C ". Knurled, mushroom-shaped cocking knob, sling bar and ring, smooth buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning rods which are not present. A very nice example of a Spanish American War-era Krag carbine. Interestingly, # 68401 and # 68414 are recorded in the Springfield Research Service serial number books as having been issued to the 1st US Volunteer Cavalry.



Condition: Very good to fine. Retains much of the blued finish on the barrel, with scattered surface oxidation and freckling present. Receiver with faded and dulled colors and surface freckling as well. Markings in metal crisp, marks in wood less clear. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some frosting and lightly scattered pinpricking. Stock with wear, very lightly sanded and showing numerous small bumps, dings and mars, as well as a small crack in the handguard behind the rear sight.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine ** Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine

** Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 482)

** Model 1899 Springfield Krag Carbine

.30-40 Krag caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 359725 . Blued and case hardened finish, smooth, straight-gripped, finger-grooved walnut stock with single barrel band and sight-protector handguard. Receiver marked: MODEL 1899, U.S./SPRINGFIELD and with serial number. Clear 1901 dated script JSA cartouche at wrist with clear [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard. 1901 pattern rear sight graduated to 23 and with left wall of base correctly marked " C ". Knurled, mushroom-shaped cocking knob, no sling bar, smooth buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning rods which are not present.



Condition: Very good. Retains some thinning blue mixed with a plum patina on the metal with some lightly oxidized discoloration and some minor freckled pinpricking. Markings clear throughout. Mechanically functional, good bore with some frosting and lightly oxidized pinpricking. Stock with some scattered bumps, dings and minor mars and a small chip missing from the sight protecting hump on the reverse of the handguard.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle ** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle

** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24", S/N 1098592 . Parkerized finish, smooth walnut two-bolt "S" stock. Receiver marked in four lines above serial number: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 . No cartouche or [circle]-P inspection present. Barrel marked S.A./[flaming bomb]/8-19 behind front sight. Receiver cut for Pederson device. Smooth trigger and buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning kit, which is not present. Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and marked " 27 ". Retains both sling swivels and stacking swivel.



Condition: Good. Retains some Parkerized finish with wear. Markings in metal clear, stock sanded with no markings remaining. Mechanically functional, good bore that is dirty and might improve with cleaning. Stock with numerous bump, dings and mars.

EST $ 600 - 900

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** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle ** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle

** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1903 Mark I Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 1041433 . Parkerized finish, smooth, straight-gripped, two-bolt finger-grooved walnut stock. Receiver marked in five-lines U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 / MARK I over serial number. Bolt handle marked BF/17 . Barrel marked S.A./[flaming bomb]/12-18 . Receiver cut for Pederson device. Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and marked to 27 . Arsenal refurbished, stock unmarked. Smooth buttplate with trapdoor, metal cleaning kit/oiler in place but void of contents. Stacking and sling swivels.



Condition: Fine as refurbished. Retains most of the thinning Parkerized finish, with clear markings on the metal. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock roughly finished with coarse tool marks on butt.

EST $ 600 - 900

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** Model 1903 Springfield Rifle ** Model 1903 Springfield Rifle

** Model 1903 Springfield Rifle

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 482)

** Model 1903 Springfield Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 1092847 . Parkerized finish, straight-grip, two-bolt, finger-grooved walnut stock. Four-line receiver marking: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 over serial number. Barrel marked in three-lines behind the front sight: S.A./[flaming ordnance bomb]/12-18 . Stock with clear, block letter D.A.L . (Daniel A. Leary) inspection cartouche in a box at wrist and [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard, along with a small " 21 ". Polished receiver rails, but no star gauge at muzzle. Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and numbered to 27 , sling and stacking swivels. Checkered buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning kit which is present.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the finish, with some thinning and wear. Bolt with some light surface oxidation on the handle and some discoloration from old dried oil. Markings clear and crisp throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock retains some feathery grain texture, remains crisp and shows only some light handing marks and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Springfield 1903 Hoffer-Thompson Gallery Rifle ** Springfield 1903 Hoffer-Thompson Gallery Rifle

** Springfield 1903 Hoffer-Thompson Gallery Rifle

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 482)

** Springfield 1903 Hoffer-Thompson Gallery Rifle

.22 Short caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 585995 . Blued finish, straight-gripped, high-wood, finger-grooved, single bolt walnut stock without sighting channel. Four-line receiver marking: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 over serial number. Barrel marked in three-lines behind the front sight: S.A./[flaming ordnance bomb]/1-15. Stock without inspection cartouche at wrist or "P" proof behind triggerguard and marked only with a crisp " J " in that location. Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and numbered to 27 , sling and stacking swivels. Smooth buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning kit which is not present. Included (10) .22 caliber .30-06 chamber adapters.



Condition: Fine. Retains much of the blued finish with some thinning and wear, particularly on the high edges and contact points. Markings crisp and clear throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock crisp with some feathery grain texture remaining and scattered light handling marks and minor bruises.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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** Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle ** Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle

** Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 482)

** Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 2188230 . Parkerized finish, smooth, pistol-gripped walnut stock. Standard Springfield Arsenal receiver markings, barrel marked 10-65 MD48. D.O.D . "Eagle & Stars" cartouche on reverse with clear [circle]-P in pistol grip. Stacking and sling swivels, trapdoor in butt void of cleaning kit.



Condition: Fine as refurbished. Retains much of the Parkerizing with some thinning and light wear. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Throat and muzzle both measure "1". Stock with some light wear. A nice example of a rebuilt WWII Springfield Garand with a post-war barrel that would be a wonderful shooter.

EST $ 600 - 900

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Early British Lend Lease Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle Early British Lend Lease Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle

Early British Lend Lease Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 482)

Early British Lend Lease Springfield M-1 Garand Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 405508 . Parkerized finish, smooth walnut pistol-gripped stock. Standard Springfield Armory receiver markings, barrel dated 11-41 and with added British proofs. Serial number of rifle places it in November of 1941 production, matching the barrel. Receiver draw numbered D28291-14 , uncut 3-SA operating rod, SA B-2-0 bolt, 3-SA triggerguard, 5-SA trigger housing, 2-SA hammer. Rear sight appears to be correct, flush-nut, pre-lock bar sight for this serial number range, but the windage knob is serrated on the edge rather than checkered. Elevation knob is correctly checkered. Retains stacking and sling swivels and is accompanied by a leather M1907 sling. Overall a solid Lend-Lease Garand produced the month before the United States entered World War II.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the Parkerized finish, with some fading, wear and loss, particularly at the muzzle. Markings on metal remain clear, no cartouche or stock marks present. Mechanically functional, very good bore with scattered light oxidation. Both throat and muzzle erosion measure "2". Stock lightly sanded and refinished.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Springfield Model 1922 MII Rifle ** Springfield Model 1922 MII Rifle

** Springfield Model 1922 MII Rifle

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1922 MII Rifle

.22LR caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 1083B . Parkerized finish, bright bolt, smooth pistol-gripped, finger-grooved stock. Receiver marked in five-lines: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL OF 1922 / MII CAL. .22 over serial number. Bolt handle marked NS/M2 , bolt draw numbered D28223-2 and with matching serial number to the gun applied with electric pencil. Barrel marked behind front sight: S.A./[flaming ordnance bomb]/6-25 . Reverse buttstock with light S.A./R cartouche in a box, crisp [circle]-P proof in pistol grip. Checkered metal buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning kit, stock with hole under plate, void of contents. Lyman No. 48 receiver mounted peep rear sight, M2 front sight with " R " marked hood, sling swivels. Includes a single, unmarked 5-round magazine. A very nice M1922 rifle arsenal upgraded to MII specifications.



Condition: Fine as arsenal refinished. Retains most of the Parkerized finish with some minor wear. Clear markings in metal, mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock lightly cleaned, with cartouche weak and some light handling marks.

EST $ 750 - 1200

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** Model 1922 M-2 Springfield Rifle ** Model 1922 M-2 Springfield Rifle

** Model 1922 M-2 Springfield Rifle

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 482)

** Model 1922 M-2 Springfield Rifle

.22LR caliber, 24.5" barrel, S/N 3724 . Parkerized finish, smooth pistol-gripped walnut stock with finger grooves. Five-line receiver markings: US / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / CAL. .22 M2 / 3724 . Bolt mismatched, with numbers only partially visible but appearing to read 3998 . Both bolt and handle are M2 marked. Barrel marked S.A./[flaming bomb]/12-33 behind front sight. Bottom of stock pistol grip marked M2 and stamped D28225 in toe. Lyman aperture rear sight, blade front sight, checkered metal butt with trapdoor but no accessory compartment in stock, sling swivels in toe of stock and on single barrel band. Includes a single magazine.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the Parkerized finish, markings clear in metal, mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock with wear and numerous scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Springfield Model 1903 Rifle ** Springfield Model 1903 Rifle

** Springfield Model 1903 Rifle

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1903 Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 1275293 . Parkerized finish, straight-grip, two-bolt, finger-grooved walnut stock. Four-line receiver marking: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 over serial number. Top of bolt handle marked J5. Barrel marked in three-lines behind the front sight: S.A./[flaming ordnance bomb]/12-26 . Stock with clear, block letter D.A.L. (Daniel A. Leary) inspection cartouche in a box at wrist and [circle]-P proof behind triggerguard, along with a small "5". Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and numbered to 27 , sling and stacking swivels. Checkered butt plate with trapdoor for cleaning kit which is not present.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the Parkerized finish, which is thinning and shows some light wear. All markings remain crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered bumps, dings and handling marks.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Winchester Model 12 Trench Gun ** Winchester Model 12 Trench Gun

** Winchester Model 12 Trench Gun

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 482)

** Winchester Model 12 Trench Gun

12 gauge, 20.5" barrel with tubular magazine, S/N 9980344 (mfg. ca 1945). Blued finish, smooth, pistol-gripped walnut buttstock with checkered hard rubber Winchester buttplate and round, 18-groove forend. Take-down configuration with matching numbers on frame and barrel assembly. Barrel with standard Winchester address markings, additionally marked as having a 2 3/4" chamber and cylinder bore. Right side of frame marked with U.S. / [flaming bomb] , top of barrel marked with [flaming bomb] proof forward of Winchester proof. Reverse buttstock with boxed W.B. cartouche over small .35" Ordnance Wheel inspection stamp (Waldemar Broberg #4 cartouche per Pate & Daum). Overall an extremely fine condition example of a late-WWII production Model 12 US Military Trench Gun in a wonderful state of preservation.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish, with some light wear, thinning and loss, showing, some freckled surface oxidation, particularly on the bottom of the frame and barrel at the junction. A few minor finish scratches are present as well. All markings crisp and clear, both in the wood and the metal. Mechanically functional, with a fine, bright bore. Wood shows scattered bumps, dings, scratches and mars. Really a great example of a WWII trench gun in very nice condition.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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** Remington Model 31 Riot Shotgun ** Remington Model 31 Riot Shotgun

** Remington Model 31 Riot Shotgun

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 482)

** Remington Model 31 Riot Shotgun

12 gauge cylinder bore, 20" round barrel with tubular magazine, S/N 34797 . Blued finish, round 19-groove forend, semi-pistol gripped smooth butt with hard rubber grooved Remington buttplate. Take-down configuration. Barrel with standard Remington markings as well as matching serial number and P J [anchor] inspection on right left side near frame, suggesting this may be a US Navy or Coast Guard-used riot gun.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the blued finish with some wear and loss, showing the most wear on the magazine tube, high edges and contact points. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered dings and mars and with only traces of finish remaining.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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** Springfield Model 1903 USMC Sniping Rifle ** Springfield Model 1903 USMC Sniping Rifle

** Springfield Model 1903 USMC Sniping Rifle

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1903 USMC Sniping Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" star gauged barrel, S/N 1272120 . Parkerized finish, smooth walnut two-bolt "S" stock. Receiver marked in four lines above serial number: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 . No cartouche or [circle]-P inspection present. Barrel marked S.A./[flaming bomb]/3-26 behind front sight. Bolt, extractor and receiver rails polished bright. Bolt with last five digits of serial number, 27120 , applied with electric pencil. Receiver and barrel drilled and tapped for scope mounts, handguard appropriately modified for same. No mounts or scope present. Headless cocking piece. Grooved trigger, checkered buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning kit, which is not present. Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and marked " 27 ", with protective cover. Retains both sling swivels and stacking swivel.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the Parkerized finish on the barrel and receiver. Markings in metal clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, very good bore, lightly frosted and needs to be cleaned. Stock with scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 3000 - 5000

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** M-1 Springfield Garand NM Rifle ** M-1 Springfield Garand NM Rifle

** M-1 Springfield Garand NM Rifle

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 482)

** M-1 Springfield Garand NM Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 6097553 . Parkerized finish, smooth, pistol-gripped walnut stock. Receiver with standard Springfield Armory markings and serial number, barrel marked HRA and dated 6-52 . Barrel marked with a star and " NM " at breech and " NM " on reverse near muzzle. NM marked rear sight and adjustment knob, front sight marked NM/062 , NM marked operating rod. Interior of stock and magazine floor plate numbered 4471 . Stock with D.O.D. cartouche on reverse and [circle]-P in pistol grip. Stacking and sling swivels, includes unmarked M1907 pattern leather sling.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the Parkerized finish with some light wear and thinning. Markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore, with both the throat and muzzle measuring a tight "1".

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Springfield Model M-1D Sniper Rifle ** Springfield Model M-1D Sniper Rifle

** Springfield Model M-1D Sniper Rifle

Lot #86 (Sale Order 86 of 482)

** Springfield Model M-1D Sniper Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 335946 . Parkerized finish, walnut stock. Standard Springfield Arsenal receiver markings, cut op-rod, 12SA marked bolt, 12SA magazine well, 18SA trigger housing, 9SA safety. Barrel dated 3-62 , NM marked rear sight, front sight marked NM/062 . No cartouche, [circle]-P double struck in pistol grip. Mounted with an M84 scope, S/N 47249 and equipped with a removable flash hider and tie-on leather cheek rest marked MRT/1-52 . Likely a CMP assembled M1D, but no paperwork accompanies the rifle.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the Parkerized finish, with light wear. Markings clear in the metal. Mechanically functional, very good, lightly frosted bore. Scope with clear optics. Stock with bumps and dings. Cheek pad with weak and missing stitching.

EST $ 2500 - 4000

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** WWII Nazi Walther PP ** WWII Nazi Walther PP

** WWII Nazi Walther PP

Lot #87 (Sale Order 87 of 482)

** WWII Nazi Walther PP

7.65 (.32 acp) caliber, 3.875" barrel, S/N 368724P . Blue finish, black checkered grips, matching numbers, WaA356 proofs. Includes a single phosphate-finished Walter banner marked magazine.



Condition: Fine condition with an excellent bore. This gun retains most of its original matte blue finish with some high edge wear, thinning on the frame and grip strap and some freckles of surface oxidation on the frame. The grips are fine and the pistol is mechanically excellent.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Mauser 1936 S/42 Luger ** Mauser 1936 S/42 Luger

** Mauser 1936 S/42 Luger

Lot #88 (Sale Order 88 of 482)

** Mauser 1936 S/42 Luger

9mm caliber, 4" barrel, S/N 3247i . Blue finish, walnut checkered grips, matching magazine, military proofs.



Condition: Excellent condition with virtually all of the blue finish and nearly all of the straw finish with only very minor wear on the trigger. All visible numbers are matching, including the magazine. There is one tiny rust pit on the top of the barrel but it does not detract from the overall appearance of this fine pistol. This is a fine example for the discriminating collector.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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** Early 1911 Colt Commercial Model Identified to a Cincinnati Captain in the A.E.F. ** Early 1911 Colt Commercial Model Identified to a Cincinnati Captain in the A.E.F.

** Early 1911 Colt Commercial Model Identified to a Cincinnati Captain in the A.E.F.

Lot #89 (Sale Order 89 of 482)

** Early 1911 Colt Commercial Model Identified to a Cincinnati Captain in the A.E.F.

.45ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N C8617 (mfg. ca 1914). Blued finish, double-diamond checkered wood grips. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 45 and right side of frame marked: GOVERNMENT MODEL over the serial number. Left side of frame marked PATENTED APR. 20, 1897, SEPT. 9, 1902 / DEC. 19, 1905 FEB. 14, 1911, AUG. 19, 1913 , and COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. / HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. with the Rampant Colt logo at the rear of the slide. The right side of the slide is additionally stamped in individual letters: CAPT. H.C. HEITMEYER US INFANTRY / AEF above the Colt markings and with the initials HcH to the rear of the slide. Long smooth-faced trigger, wide hammer spur, flat mainspring housing. Blued barrel with bright hood, swivel lug marked " J " on left side. Slide marked " S " under firing pin plate and " 2 ". Includes a single two-tone magazine with lanyard loop.

Harry C. Heitmeyer was born April 10, 1885 in Cincinnati, OH and served in Company G of the 2nd Pioneer Infantry during the WWI. He sailed for France from Newport News on the USS Mercury . The 2nd Pioneers were attached to the III Corps in the A.E.F. and as one officer noted: "they did everything the Infantry was too proud to do, and the Engineers too lazy to do." While most pioneers saw little actual combat, the 2nd Pioneers worked under almost constant fire and were involved in combat during the Ainse-Marne offensive during July-August of 1918 and the Meuse-Argonne offensive from September to November of that year. The 2nd Pioneers remained in France for nearly a year after the armistice to assist with the "clean up" of the battle zones. Harry C. Heitmeyer was still listed on the US Army Reserve list as a captain as late as the Vietnam War era and passed away in 1971.



Condition: Very good. Pistol retains some of the high polish commercial blue finish that these early Colt's are known for. There is some flaked loss and thinning, primarily on the slide from holster wear. Hammer, trigger and thumb safety all retain some nice niter blue. Mechanically functional, very good bore. Grips with wear, particularly align the bottom edges with some loss of sharpness to the checkering. Over all a nice, solid example of an early commercial 1911 with a very cool period identification to First World War soldier from Cincinnati.

EST $ 2500 - 5000

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** Springfield Armory M1911 NRA Pistol ** Springfield Armory M1911 NRA Pistol

** Springfield Armory M1911 NRA Pistol

Lot #90 (Sale Order 90 of 482)

** Springfield Armory M1911 NRA Pistol

.45 ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N 104104 (mfg. ca 1915). Blued finish, double-diamond wood grips. Right side of slide marked with [spread-winged eagle] and MODEL OF 1911 U.S.A. , right side of frame stamped N.R.A. Left side of slide marked PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 / SPET. 9, 1902. DEC. 19, 105. FEV, 14, 1911 / COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO . and SPRINGFIELD ARMORY / U.S.A. Left side of frame marked UNITED STATES PROPERTY . [Flaming bomb] ordnance inspection behind trigger on left side of frame and left rear of slide. Long, smooth-faced trigger, smooth flat mainspring housing, wide checkered hammer spur, checkered thumb safety. Blued barrel, no marks on barrel or on rear of slide under firing pin plate. Includes two folded-edge two-tone magazines with a lanyard loops. NRA marked M1911s sold through the DCM are extremely rare pistols and not often seen for sale.



Condition: Good to very good. Retains some faded and thinned blue, with the balance a smoky blue-gray patina. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore, grips with some wear and smoothing.

EST $ 3500 - 6000

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** 1941 Production Colt Model 1911A1 Pistol ** 1941 Production Colt Model 1911A1 Pistol

** 1941 Production Colt Model 1911A1 Pistol

Lot #91 (Sale Order 91 of 482)

** 1941 Production Colt Model 1911A1 Pistol

.45 ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N 731356 (mfg. ca 1941). Original Blued finish, checkered brown plastic grips. Matching serial number on slide, under firing pin plate. Right side of slide unmarked. Right side of frame marked: UNITED STATES PROPERTY over the serial number and M1911A1 U.S. ARMY. Left side of slide marked: PAT'D APR. 20, 1897, SEPT. 9, 1902 / DEC. 19, 1905, FEB. 14, 1911 AUG. 19, 1913 with the Rampant Colt logo and then COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. / HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. Block RS inspection cartouche below slide lock, "P" inspection below magazine release and a "P" inspection on top of the slide, forward of the rear sight. Short checkered trigger, checkered arched mainspring housing, wide hammer spur. Blued barrel marked COLT 45 AUTO above lug on left and with "P" inspection on lug. "G" inspection forward of swivel lug, interior of slide with "G" and "U" inspections, interior of frame marked with "G" inspection on top, as well as another RS cartouche. Grips are marked "3" and "8" on their interiors. Includes a single two-tone magazine that is unmarked. Pistol is accompanied by Colt Factory Letter that lists this gun as part of a total of 3,150 pistols shipped to Springfield Armory on June 28, 1941. Also includes an unmarked brown pasteboard box with green wax paper.

Condition: Very fine to near excellent. Retains the vast majority of the original blued finish with some minor thinning and wear and a few minor surface scratches. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Some screws with some light slot wear. Grips with some light wear and minor handling marks. A really outstanding condition WWII period US military 1911 in a wonderful state of preservation delivered only months before America entered the war.

EST $ 5000 - 10000

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** Colt Woodsman Sport with Factory Letter ** Colt Woodsman Sport with Factory Letter

** Colt Woodsman Sport with Factory Letter

Lot #92 (Sale Order 92 of 482)

** Colt Woodsman Sport with Factory Letter

.22LR caliber, 4.5" barrel, S/N 143034 (mfg. ca 1940). Blued finish, checkered wood grips. Left side of frame marked THE WOODSMAN , left side of slide marked COLT , followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. Left side of barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903. AUG. 27, 1918. SEPT. 3, 1918 . Grooved trigger, adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight blade. Includes a single blued magazine marked COLT WOODSMAN / CAL. 22 LR on the base plate. Pistol is accompanied by a Colt Factory Letter confirming the configuration of the pistol and noting that it was part of a shipment of three guns sent to Shapleigh Hardware Co. in St. Louis on October 21, 1940.



Condition: Fine. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with only the most minor thinning, some minor light handling marks and some loss on the trigger and front strap. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore and grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Woodsman Sport ** Colt Woodsman Sport

** Colt Woodsman Sport

Lot #93 (Sale Order 93 of 482)

** Colt Woodsman Sport

.22LR caliber, 4.5" barrel, S/N 145438 (mfg. ca 1941). Blued finish, checkered wood grips. Left side of frame marked THE WOODSMAN , left side of slide marked COLT, followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. Left side of barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903. AUG. 27, 1918. SEPT. 3, 1918 . Grooved trigger, adjustable rear sight, adjustable front sight blade. Includes a single blued magazine marked CAL. 22 LR / COLT on the base plate.



Condition: Very fine. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with only the most minor thinning and some minor light handling marks. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore and grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target ** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target

** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target

Lot #94 (Sale Order 94 of 482)

** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target

.22LR caliber, 6.625" barrel, S/N 23094 (mfg. ca 1921). Blued finish, checkered wood grips. Left side of slide marked COLT , followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. No "The Woodsman" mark on left of frame. Top of "pencil" barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903. AUG. 27, 1918. SEPT. 3, 1918 . Smooth trigger, adjustable rear sight, screw secured adjustable front sight blade with black insert. Includes a single blued magazine marked CAL. 22 / COLT on the base plate. These early Woodsman pistols (under serial number 80,000) are designed for standard velocity .22 ammo only.



Condition: Fine. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with only the most minor thinning and some minor light handling marks. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore and grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box ** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box

** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box

Lot #95 (Sale Order 95 of 482)

** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box

.25 ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 27960 (mfg. ca 1911). Nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910 , without the Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single nickel-plated magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is contained in a pebble-grained black box with a blue satin lid lining marked COLT in gold, with form fitting, crushed blue velvet bottom. A nickel hasp secures the box.



Condition: Very fine. Retains nearly all of the finish with some minor surface scuffs and light wear. All markings crisp and clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Box very good with some light wear and handling marks.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket ** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket

** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket

Lot #96 (Sale Order 96 of 482)

** Factory Nickel Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket

.25 ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 296555 (mfg. ca 1921). Nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910, JULY 31, 1917 , with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single nickel-plated magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT .



Condition: Very fine. Retains nearly all of the nickel finish with some very light wear. All markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bore, fine grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box ** Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box

** Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box

Lot #97 (Sale Order 97 of 482)

** Colt 1908 Automatic Pocket with Box

.25 ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 284819 (mfg. ca 1921). Blued finish, color case hardened trigger, grip safety and thumb safety, checkered hard rubber grips with COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910, JULY 31, 1917 with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is accompanied by a Colt factory pasteboard box with a deep oxblood colored covering with an end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS .25 SMOKELESS . The box contains a cleaning brush.



Condition: Excellent. Retains nearly all of the finish and vivid case color. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore, fine grips. Box good with wear and damage, one end cap of the lid broken and with finish loss.

EST $ 600 - 1000

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** Colt 1908 Automatic Pistol with Box ** Colt 1908 Automatic Pistol with Box

** Colt 1908 Automatic Pistol with Box

Lot #98 (Sale Order 98 of 482)

** Colt 1908 Automatic Pistol with Box

.25 ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 401170 (mfg. ca 1935). Blued finish, color case hardened trigger, grip safety and thumb safety, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910, JULY 31, 1917 , with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is accompanied by a Colt factory pasteboard box with a deep oxblood colored covering with an end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS .25 SMOKELESS . The box contains the factory instructions and a cleaning brush. The bottom of the box is pencil numbered to the pistol.



Condition: Excellent. Retains nearly all of the finish and vivid case color. All markings crisp and clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips very fine with some minute handling marks and some verdigris built up on the medallions and screw escutcheon. Box very good with some wear and covering loss.

EST $ 600 - 1000

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** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box ** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

Lot #99 (Sale Order 99 of 482)

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

.25 ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 167977 (mfg. ca 1917). Blued finish, color case hardened trigger, grip safety and thumb safety, checkered hard rubber grips with COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910 with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is accompanied by a Colt factory pasteboard box with a deep oxblood colored covering with a blue end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS .25 SMOKELESS . The box contains the factory instructions.



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the finish and vivid case color with crisp markings throughout. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Box fair, worn with detached top.

EST $ 600 - 1000

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** Colt Army Special Revolver With Fitz Custom Frame And Triggerguard ** Colt Army Special Revolver With Fitz Custom Frame And Triggerguard

** Colt Army Special Revolver With Fitz Custom Frame And Triggerguard

Lot #100 (Sale Order 100 of 482)

** Colt Army Special Revolver With Fitz Custom Frame And Triggerguard

.38 Special caliber, 4" barrel, S/N 410845 (mfg. ca 1917). Blued finish, checkered wood grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked COLT ARMY / SPECIAL 38 , top of barrel with standard two-line Colt address and patent markings. Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Revolver with "Fitz Special" modified triggerguard and checkered trigger, but without other usual Fitzgerald modifications like the barrel shortened to 2" or the bobbed hammer. Pinned front sight with white bead, low mount fixed rear sight set in frame with white "U" shaped outline. An interesting, "semi-Fitz Special" that might be worth a factory letter to see if this was one of John Henry Fitzgerald's early attempts at combat modifications for a revolver.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the blued finish with some wear and loss, primarily the result of carry and use. Clear markings, mechanically functional, very good bore. Very good grips with some scattered handling marks.

EST $ 800 - 1500

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** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic with Box ** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic with Box

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic with Box

Lot #101 (Sale Order 101 of 482)

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic with Box

.32 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 243875 (mfg. ca 1917). Blued finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .32 RIMLESS SMOKELESS . Left side of slide marked: PATENTED / APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 and COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. / HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. with the Rampant Colt at the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 32 / COLT . Pistol is in a dark brown pasteboard factory box with a black end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS SMOKELESS and .32 . Box contains the factory instructions.



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light surface scratches and very minor wear. Clear markings throughout, fine bore, mechanically functional, fine grips. Box very good with some expected wear and finish loss.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type ** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type

** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type

Lot #102 (Sale Order 102 of 482)

** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type

.380 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 57245 (mfg. ca 1922). Blued finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .380 HAMMERLESS . Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 with Rampant Colt logo at rear. No magazine safety. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 380 / COLT .



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some minor wear and some flecks of surface oxidation on the upper left side of the slide above the "COLT'S" mark. Mechanically functional, fine bore, fine grips.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** 2nd Generation  Colt Single Action Revolver ** 2nd Generation  Colt Single Action Revolver

** 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Revolver

Lot #103 (Sale Order 103 of 482)

** 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Revolver

.45 caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 15482SA . Blue and case hardened finish. Hard rubber grips. Early 2d generation revolver.



Condition: Barrel and ejector tube retain most of the bright original blue finish. Cylinder retains all of the original blue finish with light lines through the cylinder stops. Frame retains all of the bright original case colors. Grips are excellent. Bore is bright and shiny.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Buntline Revolver ** 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Buntline Revolver

** 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Buntline Revolver

Lot #104 (Sale Order 104 of 482)

** 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Buntline Revolver

.45 caliber, 12" barrel length, S/N 18562SA. Marked on the left side of barrel Colt Buntline Special 45 . Blued and case hardened finish with two-piece walnut grips.



Condition: This revolver retains all of the original finish. Revolver displays as new and untouched. Grips are excellent, bore is excellent.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box ** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

Lot #105 (Sale Order 105 of 482)

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

.25 ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 279062 (mfg. ca 1920). Blued finish, color case hardened trigger, grip safety and thumb safety, checkered hard rubber grips with COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910 with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is accompanied by a Colt factory pasteboard box with a deep oxblood colored covering with an end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS .25 SMOKELESS . The box contains the factory instructions and a cleaning brush.



Condition: Excellent. Retains nearly all of the finish and vivid case color with the most minor thinning and handling marks. All markings crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips very fine and crisp as well. Box about very good with some covering loss, wear and light damage.

EST $ 600 - 1000

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** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box ** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

Lot #106 (Sale Order 106 of 482)

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

.25 ACP, 2" barrel, S/N 32547 7 (mfg. ca 1923). Blued finish, color case hardened trigger, grip safety and thumb safety, checkered hard rubber grips with COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910, JULY 31, 1917 with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is accompanied by a Colt factory pasteboard box with a deep oxblood colored covering with an end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS .25 SMOKELESS . The box contains the factory instructions. Bottom of box serial numbered to the pistol in pencil, along with the price $17.50.



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of blued finish and vivid case color with some very minor wear around the muzzle area, most evident on the right side. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore. Fine grips. Box with wear and flaked loss, particularly around the edges.

EST $ 600 - 1000

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** Arizona Territorial Centennial Colt Single Action ** Arizona Territorial Centennial Colt Single Action

** Arizona Territorial Centennial Colt Single Action

Lot #107 (Sale Order 107 of 482)

** Arizona Territorial Centennial Colt Single Action

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 412Ac . Blue and gold finish, Pearlite grips with Colt medallions, " 1863 - Arizona Territory Centennial - 1963 " markings on left side of barrel, " Colt Single Action Army .45 " markings on right side of barrel. Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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* General Meade Pennsylvania Campaign Model Colt Single Action Army * General Meade Pennsylvania Campaign Model Colt Single Action Army

* General Meade Pennsylvania Campaign Model Colt Single Action Army

Lot #108 (Sale Order 108 of 482)

* General Meade Pennsylvania Campaign Model Colt Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 0149MC . Blue and gold finish, faux ivory grips with Colt medallions, left side of barrel marked " General Meade Pennsylvania Campaign Model. " Right side of barrel marked " Colt Single Action Army .45 ." Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: Very good condition. This gun would be in like-new condition, but it has some finish loss to the gold-plated grip frame; otherwise it is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Montana Territory Centennial Colt Single Action Army ** Montana Territory Centennial Colt Single Action Army

** Montana Territory Centennial Colt Single Action Army

Lot #109 (Sale Order 109 of 482)

** Montana Territory Centennial Colt Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 0727MA . Blue and gold finish with case colored frame, Pearlite grips with Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked " 1864 - Montana Territory Centennial - 1964 ;" right side of barrel marked " 1889 - Diamond Jubilee Statehood -1964 ." Housed in its original wooden display case.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and remains unturned and unfired.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Winchester Model 94 Carbine ** Winchester Model 94 Carbine

** Winchester Model 94 Carbine

Lot #110 (Sale Order 110 of 482)

** Winchester Model 94 Carbine

.30-30 caliber, 20" barrel with full-length tubular magazine, S/N 2424046 (mfg. ca 1960). Blued finish, smooth walnut forend and straight-gripped stock with shotgun butt and checkered metal buttplate. Adjustable leaf rear sight, ramped and hooded front sight.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some scattered light handling marks on the metal and wood. Clear markings, mechanically functional, fine bore.

EST $ 750 - 1000

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* Ruger Red Label Over/Under 20 ga. Shotgun in Box * Ruger Red Label Over/Under 20 ga. Shotgun in Box

* Ruger Red Label Over/Under 20 ga. Shotgun in Box

Lot #111 (Sale Order 111 of 482)

* Ruger Red Label Over/Under 20 ga. Shotgun in Box

20 gauge, 28" ventilated rib barrels with gold sighting beads, S/N 401-34119 . Blued barrels, stainless steel receiver, checkered pistol-gripped walnut stock and checkered forend. Engraved receiver with simple floral scrolls and gold highlights of a grouse in flight on both sides of the receiver, with a gold Ruger emblem on the bottom of the receiver. Rubber buttpad, 14.25" length of pull, 2.375" drop at comb. Single select trigger. In original factory box with three choke tubes, wrench, lock and instructions.



Condition: Excellent, as-new and possibly unfired in original factory box showing only the most minor light handling.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun

L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun

Lot #112 (Sale Order 112 of 482)

L.C. Smith Field Grade Double Barrel Shotgun

20 gauge, 28" barrels, S/N 123925 . Blued and color case hardened finish, checkered splinter forend and checkered, pistol gripped stock with Hawkins red rubber recoil pad. Length of pull 14.75", drop at heel 2.5". Side plates marked L.C. SMITH , matching serial numbers on barrels, forend and water table, which is also marked " FIELD ." Right barrel marked L.C. SMITH FIELD GRADE; left barrel with Hunter Arms Company address. Double triggers, extractors, sliding safety on top of wrist.



Condition: Good. Barrels with faint traces of blue and an evenly oxidized plum brown patina. Frame with traces of case color, mostly in protected areas. Marks clear and legible. Mechanically functional, bores very good. Stock with light to moderate wear and scattered handling marks and dings.

EST $ 750 - 1000

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** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle with J.W. Fecker Scope ** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle with J.W. Fecker Scope

** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle with J.W. Fecker Scope

Lot #113 (Sale Order 113 of 482)

** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle with J.W. Fecker Scope

.22 LR caliber, 28" barrel, S/N 31219 (mfg. ca 1935). Blued finish, smooth, pistol-gripped walnut stock. Standard Winchester barrel and receiver markings, off-set factory proofs on barrel and receiver. Lyman receiver mounted rear sight, globe front-sight. Mounted with J.W. Fecker marked telescopic sight S/N 3405 in Fecker marked reverse dove-tail mounts. Checkered metal buttplate, sling swivels. Includes a single Winchester marked magazine.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light wear and loss and some scattered flecks of surface oxidation. All markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bore, clear optics. Stock fine with light handling marks and minor mars.

EST $ 650 - 1000

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** Winchester Model 70 Rifle ** Winchester Model 70 Rifle

** Winchester Model 70 Rifle

Lot #114 (Sale Order 114 of 482)

** Winchester Model 70 Rifle

.300 Win. Mag. caliber, 26" stepped barrel, S/N 82269 (mfg. ca 1948). Blued finish, checkered pistol-gripped stock and forend with checkered metal buttplate. Elevation adjustable rear sight, hooded and ramped front sight. Mounted with a Lyman Alaskan scope with leather covers in a Paul Jaeger quick-release mount on the side of the receiver. Drilled and tapped with two holes in front of receiver and one in the rear. Equipped with sling swivels and a leather sling.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some scattered flecks of surface oxidation. Mechanically fine, very good, lightly frosted bore. Stock with some scattered bumps and dings and some light wear to the checkering.

EST $ 750 - 1200

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** Winchester Model 1892 SRC ** Winchester Model 1892 SRC

** Winchester Model 1892 SRC

Lot #115 (Sale Order 115 of 482)

** Winchester Model 1892 SRC

.32 WCF caliber, 20" round barrel with tubular magazine and two barrel bands, S/N 927656 (mfg. ca 1924). Blued finish, straight gripped walnut stock with carbine butt and smooth forend. Standard Winchester markings. Adjustable leaf rear sight, pinned blade front sight, saddle ring.



Condition: Very good. Retains some blued finish with loss and wear, thinnest on receiver. Markings clear, mechanically functional, very good bore. Wood with scattered dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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Springfield Model 1903 Custom Sporting Rifle Springfield Model 1903 Custom Sporting Rifle

Springfield Model 1903 Custom Sporting Rifle

Lot #116 (Sale Order 116 of 482)

Springfield Model 1903 Custom Sporting Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" stepped barrel, S/N 1406816 . Blued finish, checkered, customized, two-bolt "T" stock, with contrasting forend cap and checkered metal buttplate. Star gauged barrel marked SA/[flaming bomb]/1-32 behind front sight. Polished bolt and extractor, Lyman No. 48 receiver sight. QD swivels with leather sling.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the later applied blued finish, with some thinning and fading. Clear markings, mechanically functional, very good bore. Stock very good with scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Ithaca Model 4E Single Barrel Trap Shotgun ** Ithaca Model 4E Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

** Ithaca Model 4E Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

Lot #117 (Sale Order 117 of 482)

** Ithaca Model 4E Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

12 gauge, 32" matted, ventilated rib barrel, S/N 402087 . Blued finish, checkered pistol-gripped stock and forend, Ithaca rubber recoil pad. 14" length of pull, 2" drop at heel. Water table marked 4/12 and with serial number, which is matching on the barrel, forend and triggerguard tang. Engraved receiver with simple scrolls and sporting scenes.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the blued finish on the barrel, which is thinning and what appears to be a later applied dull blue finish on the receiver, over some pitting on the triggerguard tang. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with light handling marks.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Winchester High Wall Rifle ** Winchester High Wall Rifle

** Winchester High Wall Rifle

Lot #118 (Sale Order 118 of 482)

** Winchester High Wall Rifle

.45-70 caliber, 30" heavy round barrel, S/N 103628 (mfg. ca 1914). Blued finish, smooth walnut stock and forend. Standard markings, folding tang rear sight, dovetailed blade front sight with white bead. Refinished.



Condition: Good. Retains most of the applied blue finish, markings all legible but slightly soft. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some lightly scattered pitting. Wood with scattered dings and mars.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Winchester Model 42 Skeet Grade Shotgun * Winchester Model 42 Skeet Grade Shotgun

* Winchester Model 42 Skeet Grade Shotgun

Lot #119 (Sale Order 119 of 482)

* Winchester Model 42 Skeet Grade Shotgun

.410 gauge, 26" barrel, S/N 705 (mfg. ca 1933). Blued finish, take-down frame, checkered straight-gripped butt with checkered hard rubber Winchester buttplate and checkered forend. Standard Winchester markings, choked skeet, 3" chamber.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the blued finish, all markings clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Barrel appears to be renumbered to match the gun. Stock cut 1.5" from butt and reattached, possibly shortening the gun for a young shooter and returning it to its original length when they were older. The wood appears to match perfectly and the straight cut suggests a very intentional shortening. Otherwise, wood with light handling marks. Were it not for the stock cut, the gun would rate at least very fine.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife 19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

Lot #120 (Sale Order 120 of 482)

19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

9.5" clip point Bowie blade with 4.25" false edge, 1.875" wide in front of the choil. Coffin handle with stag grip scales secured by pins, a German silver escutcheon plate on left side and a 3.5" German silver cross guard. Reverse ricasso marked in four lines: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS / NONE ARE GENUINE BUT THOSE / MARKED I*XL . Reverse of blade marked above the median ridge: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS . Reverse etched with a gold gilt panel that reads: Geo Wosenholm & Son Solke Manufacturers of the Celebrated I*XL Cutlery - California Knife - The Americans Pride equal rights Equal Laws & Equal Justice to all with a spread-winged eagle in the center. The reverse blade is further engraved with an American eagle followed by I*XL and a banner that reads THE REAL I*XL KNIFE . Knife is accompanied by a German silver mounted scabbard with embossed gold gilt board decorations on both the front and back, and the legend I*XL in the center of the obverse. These knives were assembled in the 20th century using a stock of 19th century blades.



Condition: Very fine. Blade retains most of the original bright factory polish with some scattered minor surface scuffs and scratches and some scattered flecks of surface oxidation. The gilt panel remains almost entirely intact with some minor loss and all markings remain completely legible. Grips fine, scabbard near fine, with some light scuffing and minor loss to the embossed gilt decorations and dent in the throat leaving the frog button off center.

EST $ 750 - 1500

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19th & 20th Century IXL Bowie Knife 19th & 20th Century IXL Bowie Knife

19th & 20th Century IXL Bowie Knife

Lot #121 (Sale Order 121 of 482)

19th & 20th Century IXL Bowie Knife

9.5" clip point Bowie blade with 4.25" false edge, 1.875" wide in front of the choil. Coffin handle with stag grip scales secured by pins, a German silver escutcheon plate on left side and a 3.5" German silver cross guard. Reverse ricasso marked in four lines: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS / NONE ARE GENUINE BUT THOSE / MARKED I*XL . Reverse of blade marked above the median ridge: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS . Reverse etched with a pair of gold gilt panels that depict bust images of General Garbibaldi and Victor Emmanuel, with their names above and below the images. The reverse blade is further engraved with an American Eagle followed by I*XL and a banner that reads THE REAL I*XL KNIFE . Knife is accompanied by a German silver-mounted scabbard with embossed gold gilt board decorations on both the front and back, and the legend I*XL in the center of the obverse. These knives were assembled in the 20th century using a stock of 19th century blades.



Condition: Very fine. Blade retains most of the original bright factory polish with some scattered minor surface scuffs and scratches and some flecks of surface oxidation. The gilt panel remains almost entirely intact and all markings remain completely legible. Grips fine, scabbard near fine, with some light scuffing and minor loss to the embossed gilt decorations.

EST $ 750 - 1500

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19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife 19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

Lot #122 (Sale Order 122 of 482)

19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

9.5" clip point Bowie blade with 4.25" false edge, 1.875" wide in front of the choil. Coffin handle with stag grip scales secured by pins, a German silver escutcheon plate on left side and a 3.5" German silver cross guard. Reverse ricasso marked in four lines: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS / NONE ARE GENUINE BUT THOSE / MARKED I*XL . Reverse of blade marked above the median ridge: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS . Reverse etched with a gold gilt panel that reads THE AMERICANS GIVE THE RIGHT HAND OF FELLOWSHIP TO ALL NATIONS AND OWN A UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD in banners surrounding a pair of shaking hands. The reverse blade is further engraved with an American Eagle followed by I*XL and a banner that reads THE REAL I*XL KNIFE . Knife is accompanied by a German silver mounted scabbard with embossed gold gilt board decorations on both the front and back, and the legend I*XL in the center of the obverse. These knives were assembled in the 20th century using a stock of 19th century blades.



Condition: Very fine. Blade retains most of the original bright factory polish with some scattered minor surface scuffs and scratches. The gilt panel remains almost entirely intact and all markings remain completely legible. Grips fine, scabbard near fine, with some light scuffing and minor loss to the embossed gilt decorations.

EST $ 750 - 1500

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19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife 19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

Lot #123 (Sale Order 123 of 482)

19th & 20th Century I*XL Bowie Knife

9.5" clip point Bowie blade with 4.25" false edge, 1.875" wide in front of the choil. Coffin handle with stag grip scales secured by pins, a German silver escutcheon plate on left side and a 3.5" German silver cross guard. Reverse ricasso marked in four lines: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS / NONE ARE GENUINE BUT THOSE / MARKED I*XL . Reverse of blade marked above the median ridge: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS . Reverse etched with a gold gilt panel that reads: ONE FLAG ONE COUNTRY in a banner across an American flag, flanked by eagles in capital A letters, resembling the Anheuser-Busch logo. The reverse blade is further engraved with an American eagle followed by I*XL and a banner that reads THE REAL I*XL KNIFE . Knife is accompanied by a German silver-mounted scabbard with embossed gold gilt board decorations on both the front and back, and the legend I*XL in the center of the obverse. These knives were assembled in the 20th century using a stock of 19th century blades.



Condition: Very fine. Blade retains most of the original bright factory polish with some scattered minor surface scuffs and scratches and some flecks of surface oxidation. The gilt panel remains almost entirely intact and all markings remain completely legible. Grips fine, scabbard near fine, with some light scuffing and minor loss to the embossed gilt decorations, frog stud loose.

EST $ 750 - 1500

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19th & 20th Century I*XL Self Defender Bowie Knife 19th & 20th Century I*XL Self Defender Bowie Knife

19th & 20th Century I*XL Self Defender Bowie Knife

Lot #124 (Sale Order 124 of 482)

19th & 20th Century I*XL Self Defender Bowie Knife

9.5" clip point Bowie blade with 4.25" false edge, 1.875" wide in front of the choil. Coffin handle with stag grip scales secured by pins, a German silver escutcheon plate on left side and a 3.5" German silver cross guard. Reverse ricasso marked in four lines: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS / NONE ARE GENUINE BUT THOSE / MARKED I*XL . Reverse of blade marked above the median ridge: G. WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS . Reverse etched with a gold gilt panel that reads: SELF DEFENDER . The reverse blade is further engraved with an American eagle followed by I*XL and a banner that reads THE REAL I*XL KNIFE . Knife is accompanied by a German silver-mounted scabbard with embossed gold gilt board decorations on both the front and back, and the legend I*XL in the center of the obverse, missing frog button. These knives were assembled in the 20th century using a stock of 19th century blades.



Condition: Fine. Blade retains most of the original bright factory polish with some scattered minor surface scuffs and scratches as well as some scattered light surface oxidation. The gilt panel remains almost entirely intact and all markings remain completely legible. Grips fine, scabbard near fine, with some light scuffing and minor loss to the embossed gilt decorations. Missing frog button.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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** Browning A5 Shotgun ** Browning A5 Shotgun

** Browning A5 Shotgun

Lot #125 (Sale Order 125 of 482)

** Browning A5 Shotgun

12 gauge, 30" barrel, S/N B31357 . Blued finish, checkered pistol-gripped walnut butt and forend. Matted receiver, Pachmayr White Line recoil pad. 14.75" length of pull, 3" drop at heel. Barrel marked Browning Arms Company St. Louis MO / Special Steel-12 Gauge - Shells 2 3/4" .



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light wear, clear markings, mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered dings and handling marks.

EST $ 750 - 1000

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** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle With J.W. Fecker Scope ** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle With J.W. Fecker Scope

** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle With J.W. Fecker Scope

Lot #126 (Sale Order 126 of 482)

** Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle With J.W. Fecker Scope

.22 LR caliber, 28" barrel, S/N 31925 (mfg. ca1935). Blued finish, smooth, pistol-gripped walnut stock. Standard Winchester barrel and receiver markings, off-set factory proofs on barrel and receiver. Adjustable ladder rear sight, dovetailed blade front-sight. Mounted with J.W. Fecker marked telescopic sight S/N 8440 in Fecker marked reverse dove-tail mounts. Sling swivels with leather sling. Includes a single Winchester-marked magazine.



Condition: Very good to fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light wear, minor loss and some scattered freckles of surface oxidation. Mechanically functional, very good bore, scope with relatively clear optics with some hazing. Stock crisp with some light handling marks.

EST $ 750 - 1000

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** Remington Rangemaster M37 Target Rifle With Lyman Super Targetspot Scope ** Remington Rangemaster M37 Target Rifle With Lyman Super Targetspot Scope

** Remington Rangemaster M37 Target Rifle With Lyman Super Targetspot Scope

Lot #127 (Sale Order 127 of 482)

** Remington Rangemaster M37 Target Rifle With Lyman Super Targetspot Scope

.22LR caliber, 28" barrel, S/N 02743 . Blued finish, bright bolt, smooth, pistol-gripped walnut stock with adjustable swivel in forend. Standard Remington barrel markings. Parker-Hale adjustable receiver peep rear sight, Redfield adjustable globe front sight. Mounted with Lyman Super Targetspot 25x telescopic sight, S/N 22019 .



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light wear and loss, thinning in some areas. Markings remain crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some light frosting, scope with clear optics. Stock with scattered handling marks and dings.

EST $ 600 - 900

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** Winchester Model 52  Deluxe With Griffin Howe Mounts & German Scope ** Winchester Model 52  Deluxe With Griffin Howe Mounts & German Scope

** Winchester Model 52 Deluxe With Griffin Howe Mounts & German Scope

Lot #128 (Sale Order 128 of 482)

** Winchester Model 52 Deluxe With Griffin Howe Mounts & German Scope

.22LR caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 364 . Blued finish, deluxe checkered Monte Carlo stock. Standard Winchester barrel markings with off-set proofs on barrel and receiver, hard rubber Winchester grip cap, checkered steel buttplate. Lyman receiver mounted rear sight, hooded and ramped front sight. Hensoldt-Wetzlar Ziel-Dialyt 2.75x scope in Griffin and Howe quick detatch scope mounts, with leather scope covers. Quick detach sling swivels. Includes a single magazine.



Condition: Fine. Retains much of the blued finish, with some fading, wear and minor loss. All markings remain crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Scope with clear optics. Stock remains crisp with some scattered handling marks.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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** Winchester Model 61 Rifle ** Winchester Model 61 Rifle

** Winchester Model 61 Rifle

Lot #129 (Sale Order 129 of 482)

** Winchester Model 61 Rifle

.22 S/L/LR, 24" barrel with 18.5" tubular magazine, S/N 11999 (mfg. ca 1935). Blued finish, grooved, flat bottom walnut forend and smooth pistol-gripped walnut butt with checkered steel buttplate. Standard Winchester barrel markings, adjustable leaf rear sight, dovetailed front sight with brass bead. A lovely little Depression Era slide-action Winchester .22 in a wonderful state of preservation.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning, light wear and minor loss primarily along high edges and points of contact. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock and forend with scattered bumps, dings, surface scuffs and minor marks.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Ruger Red Label Over/Under 12ga. Shotgun in Box * Ruger Red Label Over/Under 12ga. Shotgun in Box

* Ruger Red Label Over/Under 12ga. Shotgun in Box

Lot #130 (Sale Order 130 of 482)

* Ruger Red Label Over/Under 12ga. Shotgun in Box

12 gauge, 28" ventilated rib barrels with gold sighting beads, S/N 411-60911 . Blued barrels, stainless steel receiver, checkered pistol-gripped walnut stock and checkered forend. Engraved receiver with simple floral scrolls and gold highlights of a grouse in flight on both sides of the receiver, with a gold Ruger emblem on the bottom of the receiver. Rubber buttpad, 14.25" length of pull, 2.375" drop at comb. Single select trigger. In original factory box with three choke tubes, wrench, lock and instructions.



Condition: Excellent, as-new and possibly unfired in original factory box showing only the most minor light handling.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Rifle with Zeiss Scope in Griffin & Howe Mounts ** Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Rifle with Zeiss Scope in Griffin & Howe Mounts

** Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Rifle with Zeiss Scope in Griffin & Howe Mounts

Lot #131 (Sale Order 131 of 482)

** Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Rifle with Zeiss Scope in Griffin & Howe Mounts

.300 Win. Mag.caliber, 26" heavy barrel, S/N 10011 (mfg. ca 1937). Blued finish, checkered Monte Carlo stock with contrasting forend tip, checkered metal buttplate and Winchester grip cap. Standard Winchester barrel markings, barrel and receiver tapped for scope mounts with off-set Winchester proofs. Magazine floor plate marked " SUPER GRADE ." Equipped a Lyman receiver sight base, without sight itself and an adjustable globe front sight. Also with Griffin & Howe quick detach side mounted scope mount and a Ziess telescopic sight with leather covers.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light wear and thinning. Mechanically functional, very good bore that is lightly frosted and needs to be cleaned. Optics clear. Stock crisp with scattered bumps, dings and handling marks.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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** Springfield Model 1903 NM Rifle ** Springfield Model 1903 NM Rifle

** Springfield Model 1903 NM Rifle

Lot #132 (Sale Order 132 of 482)

** Springfield Model 1903 NM Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 24" star gauged barrel, S/N 1285183 . Parkerized finish with some parts blued, smooth walnut two-bolt "S" stock. Receiver marked in four lines above serial number: U.S. / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / MODEL 1903 . Boxed U.S.A. cartouche at wrist and script [circle]-P inspection behind triggerguard. Barrel marked S.A./[flaming bomb]/6-28 behind front sight. Blued triggerguard and magazine floor plate which is marked with [flaming bomb]/N.R.A. Bolt and extractor polished bright, receiver rails not polished. Grooved trigger, checkered buttplate with trapdoor for cleaning kit, which is present. Rear sight graduated to 2,850 yards and marked " 27 ". Front sight with protective hood. Retains both sling swivels and stacking swivel.



Condition: Fine. Retains much of the Parkerized finish on the barrel, with the small parts retaining much of their blued finish. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some light frosting. Stock crisp with light handling marks.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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* Beretta Model S682 Over/Under Shotgun * Beretta Model S682 Over/Under Shotgun

* Beretta Model S682 Over/Under Shotgun

Lot #133 (Sale Order 133 of 482)

* Beretta Model S682 Over/Under Shotgun

12 gauge, 28" ventilated rib barrels, S/N E58913B . Blued barrels, bright receiver, checkered pistol gripped butt with adjustable comb and Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad, checkered forend. Single select trigger, automatic ejectors, 14" length of pull, drop at heel 2.625".



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the finish, showing only light wear. Mechanically functional, fine bores, stock with scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 2500

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** Belgian Browning FN High-Power Safari Grade Bolt Action Rifle ** Belgian Browning FN High-Power Safari Grade Bolt Action Rifle

** Belgian Browning FN High-Power Safari Grade Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #134 (Sale Order 134 of 482)

** Belgian Browning FN High-Power Safari Grade Bolt Action Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 6L35713 . Blued finish, bright bolt, checkered Monte Carlo stock. Standard Browning barrel marks with Belgian proofs. Engraved triggerguard and magazine floor plate with gold highlights, hard rubber Browning buttplate. Folding leaf rear sight, hooded ramped front sight. Mounted with a Bausch & Lomb Balvar 8A 2.5x-8x scope in Baush & Lomb mounts. QD swivel studs. These rifles were built by FN using Sako barreled actions and "salt wood" stock, resulting in few examples that remain in good condition today due to metal deterioration resulting from the stock curing process. This is a particularly nice condition example.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some light wear and loss. Clear markings, mechanically functional, fine bore. Clear optics. Stock fine with some light handling marks.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Engraved German Single Shot Rifle Engraved German Single Shot Rifle

Engraved German Single Shot Rifle

Lot #135 (Sale Order 135 of 482)

Engraved German Single Shot Rifle

9x? bottleneck cartridge (9.55mm bore), 26.625" octagonal fluted barrel, S/N 2386 . Blued and color case hardened finish with gold highlights, checkered stock with raised cheek piece and pistol gripped horn triggerguard, checkered forend. Top of barrel marked in one line in gold leaf: H.BARELLA KAISERL: DEUTSCHER KAISERL: RUSSISCHER HOEBUCHSENM. BERLIN . Lock and receiver relief engraved with flowing floral scrolls and mythical motifs, action lever and buttplate engraved en-suite. Lock, tang and receiver with gold boarder lines, gold bands at breech. Dovetailed blade rear and front sights, sling swivels. Henrich Barella was a gunsmith working in Saxony and Prussia during the mid-to-late 19th century. He was trained at the Royal Foundry in Saxony ca 1840-1844 and Der Stockel lists his working dates starting ca 1844 to his death in 1893. Barella worked in Magdeburg from 1844-1865 and opened his second operation in Berlin in 1860, working there until his death. Barella developed a breech loading paper cartridge conversion for muzzleloading arms ca 1860s and by 1868 had developed the break action system found on this gun, optimized for the self-contained metallic cartridge. In 1871 he was granted the title of "Gun Maker to the Court," a title to which the barrel marking alludes. The firm continued into the early 1930s after his death under the direction of his son. This rifle was likely made during the last two decades of Barella's career, ca 1872-1892. A really lovely late-19th century German stalking rifle from a well respected maker known for quality work.



Condition: Fine. Retains much of the blued finish with some thinning, fading and speckled flecks of surface oxidation. Engraving and markings remain crisp, gold leaf remains mostly intact. Mechanically functional, very tight action, bore about good with scattered pitting. Stock with wear, checkering somewhat worn and wood with mars and dings.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Charles Hellis & Sons Double Barrel Shotgun ** Charles Hellis & Sons Double Barrel Shotgun

** Charles Hellis & Sons Double Barrel Shotgun

Lot #136 (Sale Order 136 of 482)

** Charles Hellis & Sons Double Barrel Shotgun

12 gauge, 30" barrels with ejectors, S/N 1776 . Blued and color case hardened finish, checkered splinter forend with straight-gripped figured walnut stock checkered at the wrist with contrasting grooved wooden buttplate. Length of pull 15.125", drop at heel 2.25". Barrels marked CHARLES HELLIS & SONS 119 EDGEWARE ROAD HYDE PARK LONDON . Receiver and removable sideplates engraved with tight banknote-style foliate scrolls and the the Charles Hellis & Sons name in flowing banners. Tang, barrel release, rear of chambers and triggerguard engraved en-suite. Top of barrel release, top of barrels and forend tip all marked " 1 " in gold, suggesting this was part of a set of guns. Liege made barrels with Belgian proofs, numbered 10047 , with chambers marked as 18.2mm and choke at 18.1mm. Water table marked with both Belgian and Birmingham proofs, also serial numbered 177 6 as is the interior of the forend. Oval German silver escutcheon in toe line with engraved monogram MY . Charles Hellis moved to his Edgeware Road address in 1897, with the sons joining the business ca 1902, later becoming Charles Hellis & Sons LTD ca 1928. The barrel address suggest this shotgun was produced between 1902 and 1928.



Condition: Very good as refinished. Barrels retaining most of their later applied blue with markings slightly smeared by polishing. Metal lightly cleaned, leaving the engraving weak on the triggerguard tang. Receiver with some traces of case color. Mechanically functional, very good bores. Wood with light to moderate wear, handling marks, dings and mars.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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** Springfield 1903 Heavy ** Springfield 1903 Heavy

** Springfield 1903 Heavy "T" Style Target Rifle

Lot #137 (Sale Order 137 of 482)

** Springfield 1903 Heavy "T" Style Target Rifle

.30-06 caliber, 28" heavy barrel, S/N 1314153 . Blued finish, smooth, pistol-gripped, two-bolt walnut half-stock. Standard Springfield receiver markings. Bright bolt and extractor, blued headless cocking piece and safety. No cartouche visible on stock but clear [circle]-P is present in pistol grip. Lyman No. 48 adjustable peep rear sight, Lyman globe and post front sight. Equipped with a Wm. Malcolm marked 4x telescopic sight S/N 4705 in reverse dove tail mounts with screw off metal caps. Checkered M1922-type buttplate.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the blued finish with some thinning and freckled oxidation present. Mechanically functional, very good bore with some frosting present. Scope with clear optics. Stock with scattered bumps and dings.

EST $ 3000 - 5000

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**Winchester Model 1873 Musket **Winchester Model 1873 Musket

**Winchester Model 1873 Musket

Lot #138 (Sale Order 138 of 482)

**Winchester Model 1873 Musket

.44-40 caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 570978B (mfg. ca 1903). Blued and color casehardened finish, smooth walnut forend retained by three barrel bands and straight gripped stock with carbine butt. Standard Winchester barrel and tang markings, lifter and barrel both marked with caliber designation. Musket rear sight, combination front sight/bayonet lug, sling swivels, trapdoor in butt with 3-piece cleaning rod set present.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning, wear and loss. Some flecks and small spots of minor surface oxidation are present on the metal, as well as some minor scuffs and scratches on the receiver. All markings crisp and clear. Hammer and lever with strong, but darkened, case color. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Stock with scattered bumps and dings and a couple of larger scrapes as well. A really fine condition M1873 musket.

EST $ 4000 - 6000

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** Colt Woodsman Target ** Colt Woodsman Target

** Colt Woodsman Target

Lot #139 (Sale Order 139 of 482)

** Colt Woodsman Target

.22LR caliber, 6.5" barrel, S/N 100923 (mfg. ca 1936). Blued finish, checkered wood grips. Left side of frame marked THE WOODSMAN , left side of slide marked COLT , followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. Top of barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903. AUG. 27, 1918. SEPT. 3, 1918 . Grooved trigger, adjustable rear sight, screw secured adjustable front sight blade with red insert. Includes a single blued magazine marked COLT WOODSMAN / CAL. 22 LR on the base plate.



Condition: Fine. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with only the most minor thinning and some minor light handling marks. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore and grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Early Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Pistol ** Early Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Pistol

** Early Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Pistol

Lot #140 (Sale Order 140 of 482)

** Early Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Pistol

.22LR, 6.625" barrel, S/N 5021 (mfg. ca 1918). Blued finish, checkered wood grips with small smooth diamond pattern around screw escutcheons. Left side of slide marked COLT-AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE in a small font, followed by the Rampant Colt logo at the rear of the slide. No "The Woodsman" mark on left of frame. Top of "pencil" barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO.HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903 , without the additional two patent dates found on later production guns. Smooth trigger, adjustable rear sight, screw secured adjustable front sight blade with black insert. Includes a single blued magazine marked CAL. 22 / COLT on the base plate. These early "Woodsman" pistols (under serial number 80,000) are designed for standard velocity .22 ammo only.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning, light handling marks and loss at the muzzle, along the high edges and some of the contact points on the frame. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore with some light frosting and fine grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target ** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target

** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target

Lot #141 (Sale Order 141 of 482)

** Colt Pre-Woodsman Target

.22LR caliber, 6.625" barrel, S/N 38330 (mfg. ca 1924). Blued finish, checkered wood grips. Left side of slide marked COLT , followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. No "The Woodsman" mark on left of frame. Top of "pencil" barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903. AUG. 27, 1918. SEPT. 3, 1918 . Smooth trigger, adjustable rear sight, screw secured adjustable front sight blade with black insert. Includes a single blued magazine marked COLT WOODSMAN / CAL. 22 LR on the base plate. These early "Woodsman" pistols (under serial number 80,000) are designed for standard velocity .22 ammo only.



Condition: Fine. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with some minor thinning, particularly at the muzzle and some minor light handling marks and surface scuffs. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore and grips.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Woodsman Target ** Colt Woodsman Target

** Colt Woodsman Target

Lot #142 (Sale Order 142 of 482)

** Colt Woodsman Target

.22LR caliber, 6.625" barrel, S/N 109300 (mfg. ca 1937). Blued finish, checkered wood grips. Left side of frame marked THE WOODSMAN , left side of slide marked COLT , followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. Top of barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D DEC. 22, 1903. AUG. 27, 1918. SEPT. 3, 1918 . Grooved trigger, adjustable rear sight, screw secured adjustable front sight blade with rectangular black insert. Includes a single blued magazine marked COLT WOODSMAN / CAL. 22 LR on the base plate.



Condition: Fine. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with only the most minor thinning and some minor light handling marks. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips with some old residue in the checkering that resembles verdigris.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box ** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

Lot #143 (Sale Order 143 of 482)

** Colt 1908 Pocket Automatic with Box

.25ACP caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 93824 (mfg. ca 1913). Blued finish, color casehardened trigger, grip safety and thumb safety, checkered hard rubber grips with COLT and Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 25 and left side marked COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 20, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25, 1910 with Rampant Colt to the rear of the slide. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 25 / COLT . Pistol is accompanied by a Colt factory pasteboard box with a deep oxblood colored covering with a blue end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS .25 SMOKELESS . The box contains the factory instructions and cleaning brush. The bottom of the box is pencil numbered to the gun.



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the blued finish and vivid case color. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically, functional, fine bore. Fine grips. Box very good with some wear, flaking and minor surface loss.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic ** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic

Lot #144 (Sale Order 144 of 482)

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic

.32 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 471955 (mfg. ca 1927). Nickel finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .32 RIMLESS SMOKELESS . Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 with Rampant Colt at the rear of slide. Includes a single two-tone blued magazine marked CAL. 32 / COLT .



Condition: Very fine. Retains nearly all of the nickel with some very light surface scratches and minor mars. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, very good, lightly frosted bore. Grips fine.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army ** NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

** NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

Lot #145 (Sale Order 145 of 482)

** NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

.357 magnum caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N NRA5584 . Blue finish with case colored frame, walnut grips with NRA medallions. Walnut display case with key.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Officer's Model Heavy Barrel Revolver ** Colt Officer's Model Heavy Barrel Revolver

** Colt Officer's Model Heavy Barrel Revolver

Lot #146 (Sale Order 146 of 482)

** Colt Officer's Model Heavy Barrel Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 578111 . Blued finish, checkered oversized walnut grips. Left side of barrel marked: OFFICER'S MODEL 38 / HEAVY BARREL with top showing the two-line Colt address and patent markings. Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Pinned patridge front sight, windage adjustable rear sight. Checkered trigger face, matted top strap, checkered backstrap. Custom grips appear to be the work of Joe Lamping.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the finish with some minor thinning and muzzle wear. All markings clear and crisp, fine bore and mechanics. Crisp grips with traces of varnish.

EST $ 500 - 800

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** Colt Official Police Revolver ** Colt Official Police Revolver

** Colt Official Police Revolver

Lot #147 (Sale Order 147 of 482)

** Colt Official Police Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 581258 (mfg. ca 1933). Blued finish, oversized checkered grips. Standard barrel markings, Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Checkered trigger face, fixed sights, checkered mainspring housing and exposed portion of front strap. Custom grips and trigger by Joe Lamping.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and minor wear. Clear margins, fine bore and mechanics. Crisp grips.

EST $ 600 - 900

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** Colt 1903 Hammerless Nickel Pocket Automatic ** Colt 1903 Hammerless Nickel Pocket Automatic

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Nickel Pocket Automatic

Lot #148 (Sale Order 148 of 482)

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Nickel Pocket Automatic

.32 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 454907 (mfg. ca 1923). Nickel finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .32 RIMLESS SMOKELESS . Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 with Rampant Colt at the rear of slide. Includes a single nickel magazine marked CAL. 32 / COLT .



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the finish with some scattered light surface scratches and handling marks. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, good bore with light even pitting. Fine grips.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Model M (M1903 .32) Hammerless Pocket Automatic ** Colt Model M (M1903 .32) Hammerless Pocket Automatic

** Colt Model M (M1903 .32) Hammerless Pocket Automatic

Lot #149 (Sale Order 149 of 482)

** Colt Model M (M1903 .32) Hammerless Pocket Automatic

.32 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 436743 (mfg. ca 1923). Blued finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .32 RIMLESS SMOKELESS . Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 . Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 32 / COLT .



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the blued finish with only some very minute fading and wear. All markings crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore, fine grips.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type ** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type

** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type

Lot #150 (Sale Order 150 of 482)

** Colt Model M (M1908 380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 2nd Type

.380 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 61389 (mfg. ca 1923). Blued finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .380 HAMMERLESS . Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 with Rampant Colt logo to rear of slide. No magazine safety. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 380 / COLT .



Condition: Very fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some minor wear and some flecks of surface oxidation on the right side of the slide near the muzzle. Mechanically functional, fine bore, fine grips.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Model M (M1908 .380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 3rd Type ** Colt Model M (M1908 .380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 3rd Type

** Colt Model M (M1908 .380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 3rd Type

Lot #151 (Sale Order 151 of 482)

** Colt Model M (M1908 .380) Hammerless Pocket Automatic 3rd Type

.380 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 93787 (mfg. ca 1928). Blued finish, checkered wood grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .380 HAMMERLESS . Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 . Rampant Colt to rear of slide. Magazine safety present. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked CAL. 380 / COLT .



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some minor wear, thinning and surface scratches. All markings clear, mechanically functional, fine bore and grips.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt 1903 Hammerless Automatic Pocket with Box ** Colt 1903 Hammerless Automatic Pocket with Box

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Automatic Pocket with Box

Lot #152 (Sale Order 152 of 482)

** Colt 1903 Hammerless Automatic Pocket with Box

.32 ACP caliber, 3.75" barrel, S/N 174688 (mfg. ca 1915). Blued finish, checkered hard rubber Colt marked grips with Rampant Colt logo. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBRE .32 RIMLESS SMOKELESS . Left side of slide marked: PATENTED / APR. 20, 1897 DEC. 22, 1903 and COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. / HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. with the Rampant Colt at the rear of the slide. Includes a single fully-blued magazine marked CAL. 32 / COLT . Pistol is in a dark oxblood pasteboard factory box with a light blue end label that reads: COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL / RIMLESS SMOKELESS and .32 . Box is pencil numbered to the pistol on the bottom and contains the factory instructions and a cleaning brush.



Condition: About excellent. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with a couple of minor surface scratches and some very minor thinning. All markings remain clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore, fine grips. Box good with some finish loss along the edge, split edges on the lid, surface flaking and partial label loss.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver ** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

Lot #153 (Sale Order 153 of 482)

** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

.32 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 643913 (mfg. ca 1952). Blued finish, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked: OFFICER'S MODEL 32 / HEAVY BARREL with top showing the two-line Colt address and patent markings. Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Pinned patridge front sight, windage adjustable rear sight. Checkered trigger, checkered hammer spur with bright polished hammer flats. Revolver is accompanied by an dark oxblood colored pasteboard factory box with an end label that matches the configuration, including caliber, barrel length, finish and grips and a second white label that confirms it is a target model with heavy barrel and patridge sights. An additional label has been added that lists the gun's serial number and the name SGT. Edward L. Cooper. Some factory paperwork, a cleaning brush and the sight screwdriver are in the box. Box is ink numbered to the gun on the bottom.



Condition: About excellent. Retains nearly all of the finish with only the most minor thinning and a light turn ring. All markings crisp, action excellent, bore fine, grips fine. Box with some wear and a partial hole through the lid.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Officers Model Heavy Barrel Target Revolver ** Colt Officers Model Heavy Barrel Target Revolver

** Colt Officers Model Heavy Barrel Target Revolver

Lot #154 (Sale Order 154 of 482)

** Colt Officers Model Heavy Barrel Target Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 631298 . Blued finish, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked: OFFICER'S MODEL 38 / HEAVY BARREL with right side showing the two-line Colt address and patent markings. Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Pinned patridge front sight, windage adjustable rear sight. Revolver is accompanied by an dark oxblood colored pasteboard factory box with a black end label that matches the configuration, including caliber, barrel length, finish and grips and a second white label that confirms it is a target model with heavy barrel and patridge sights. Some factory paperwork and a cleaning brush are in the box. Box is pencil numbered to the gun on the bottom.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blue with some wear around the muzzle and a light turn ring. Markings clear, mechanically fine, fine bore and grips. Box with wear.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt Army Special Revolver ** Colt Army Special Revolver

** Colt Army Special Revolver

Lot #155 (Sale Order 155 of 482)

** Colt Army Special Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 5058345 (mfg. ca 1924). Blued finish, checkered hard rubber COLT marked grips. Standard barrel markings, Rampant Colt on left rear of frame, smooth trigger, fixed sights.



Condition: Very fine. Retains nearly all of the blue with some minor thinning. All markings clear. Fine bore, action and grips.

EST $ 600 - 900

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**Colt Officer's Model Target Revolver **Colt Officer's Model Target Revolver

**Colt Officer's Model Target Revolver

Lot #156 (Sale Order 156 of 482)

**Colt Officer's Model Target Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 456189 . Blued finish, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked: OFFICER'S MODEL 38 with the top showing the two-line Colt address and patent markings. Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Pinned patridge style front sight, windage adjustable rear sight. Checkered trigger, checkered hammer spur with sides polished bright.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the blue with some wear, loss and minor scratches. All markings clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips with some wear.

EST $ 1000 - 2000

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** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver ** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

Lot #157 (Sale Order 157 of 482)

** Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 338131 . Blued finish, checkered walnut grips with gold Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked: OFFICER'S MODEL 38 with the top showing the two-line Colt address and patent markings. Rampant Colt on left rear of frame. Pinned patridge-style front sight, windage adjustable rear sight. Checkered trigger, checkered hammer spur with sides polished bright.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blue with some minor wear and loss, particularly around the muzzle and a light turn ring on the cylinder. Some minor flecks of light surface oxidation are present as well. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore, grips with some slight wear.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** Colt Police Positive .22 Special Target Revovler ** Colt Police Positive .22 Special Target Revovler

** Colt Police Positive .22 Special Target Revovler

Lot #158 (Sale Order 158 of 482)

** Colt Police Positive .22 Special Target Revovler

.22LR caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 33445 . Blued finish, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked POLICE / POSITIVE - CAL. 22 . Top of barrel with two-line Colt address and patent information. Rampant Colt on left of frame behind recoil shield. Patridge front sight and windage adjustable rear sight. Smooth trigger face, checkered hammer spur with brightly polished sides. Includes a dark oxblood colored factory pasteboard box with black end label conforming to the revolver configuration. Additional white label reads SPECIAL TARGET with a blue label over it that says Patridge Sights . Bottom of box pencil numbered to the revolver. Some factory paperwork is in the box as well.



Condition: Excellent. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with the most minimal loss and light turn ring. All markings crisp. Mechanically functional, but the trigger return is sluggish, likely due to old, dried grease in the action. Fine bore and grips. Box with wear.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Government Model Pistol ** Colt Government Model Pistol

** Colt Government Model Pistol

Lot #159 (Sale Order 159 of 482)

** Colt Government Model Pistol

.45ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N C9607 (mfg. ca 1914). Blued finish, double-diamond checkered wood grips. Right side of slide marked: COLT AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 45 and right side of frame marked: GOVERNMENT MODEL over the serial number. Left side of frame marked PATENTED APR. 20, 1897, SEPT. 9, 1902 / DEC. 19, 1905 FEB. 14, 1911, AUG. 19, 1913 , and COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. / HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. with the Rampant Colt logo at the rear of the slide. Long smooth faced trigger, wide hammer spur, flat mainspring housing. Blued barrel with bright hood, marked " P " on chamber, swivel lug marked " J " on left side and " 5 " in front of the lug. Slide marked with a 6-pointed star inside, " S " under firing pin plate and " H ". Includes a single two-tone magazine without lanyard loop.



Condition: Very good. Retains much of the blued finish with the expected loss from carry and use, showing high edge wear and muzzle wear in particular. All markings clear and crisp. Some scattered finish scratches and some tiny dings are present as well. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips very good with some wear, right grip showing more wear than the left.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Colt ACE Model 22 Automatic ** Colt ACE Model 22 Automatic

** Colt ACE Model 22 Automatic

Lot #160 (Sale Order 160 of 482)

** Colt ACE Model 22 Automatic

.22LR caliber, 5" barrel, S/N 8444 (mfg. ca 1937). Blued finish, checkered walnut grips. Right side of slide marked COLT ACE (in a diamond) .22 LONG/RIFLE . Left side of slide with long, two-line Colt address and patent information roll mark, with the Rampant Colt logo at the rear of the slide. Blued barrel with bright hood, short checkered trigger, checkered arched mainspring housing. Includes 3 two-tone COLT / ACE / 22LR marked magazines, one still in the wrapping paper, as well a pasteboard box. Pistol is accompanied by a Colt Factory Letter indicating the gun was 1 of 2 shipped to Powell & Clement in Cincinnati on October 30, 1937.



Condition: Excellent. Retains nearly all of the blued finish with some very light handling marks. All markings clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore, grips fine and crisp as well. A really outstanding example of a pre-WWII production Ace that will satisfy even the pickiest collector.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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** Colt Detective Special Revolver ** Colt Detective Special Revolver

** Colt Detective Special Revolver

Lot #161 (Sale Order 161 of 482)

** Colt Detective Special Revolver

.38 Special caliber, 2" barrel, S/N 718730 (mfg. ca 1958). Blued finish, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. Matching numbers on frame and crane. Left side of barrel marked DETECTIVE SPEC. / .38 SPECIAL CTG. and left side of frame with Rampant Colt behind recoil shield. Right side of barrel with two-line Colt address. Revolver is contained in a wood-grained Colt factory pasteboard box with a yellow end label that matches the configuration of this gun. The box is numbered in marker on the bottom to a different revolver. The Colt factory paperwork is included in the box.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blue with some thinning and loss, primarily on the barrel from holster wear. Markings all crisp and clear, mechanically fine, fine bore and grips. Box with wear and scattered loss to the finish.

EST $ 600 - 900

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** Remington Model 51 Automatic Pistol ** Remington Model 51 Automatic Pistol

** Remington Model 51 Automatic Pistol

Lot #162 (Sale Order 162 of 482)

** Remington Model 51 Automatic Pistol

.32ACP caliber, 3.25" barrel, S/N PA65630 . Blued finish, checkered hard rubber REMINGTON / UMC marked grips. Right side of frame marked Remington / TRADE MARK with the serial number on the left side of the frame. Matted slide top marked with two-line Remington barrel address and patent markings. Grip safety and thumb safety. Includes a single blued magazine marked .32 CAL . Pistol is accompanied by a black finished Remington pasteboard box with informational label inside lid and a white end label. The box is pencil numbered to a different gun on the bottom.



Condition: Very good. Retains most of the blued finish with some thinning and loss, particular from holster wear around the muzzle and along the slide. Markings remain clear, mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips very good with some light wear. Box about fair with wear and finish loss, as well as some cardboard loss to upper lid.

EST $ 700 - 1000

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** Colt Missouri Sesquicentennial Commemorative ** Colt Missouri Sesquicentennial Commemorative

** Colt Missouri Sesquicentennial Commemorative

Lot #163 (Sale Order 163 of 482)

** Colt Missouri Sesquicentennial Commemorative

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N P308MOS . Blue and gold finish with case colored frame, " 1860 - Missouri Sesquicentennial - 1960 " marking on left side of barrel, " Colt Single Action Army .45 " marking on right side of barrel, Colt patent dates on left side of frame, housed in the appropriate wooden and plexiglass display case with the commemorative coin.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and remains unturned and unfired.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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* NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army * NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

* NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

Lot #164 (Sale Order 164 of 482)

* NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N NRA123 . Blue finish with case colored frame, walnut grips with NRA medallions. Housed in the original wooden display box with key present.



Condition: This second generation SAA remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Colt New Frontier SAA .44 Special * Colt New Frontier SAA .44 Special

* Colt New Frontier SAA .44 Special

Lot #165 (Sale Order 165 of 482)

* Colt New Frontier SAA .44 Special

.44 spl. caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 16171NF . Blue finish with case colored frame, walnut grips with Colt medallions, adjustable rear sight. Original box and papers.



Condition: Excellent condition with only a faint turn mark on the cylinder and a small chip at the bottom front of the left grip panel. This gun appears to be unfired. The box is tattered and the flap with the end label is missing while the other end flap is present but detached.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** Appomattox Commemorative Model Colt Single Action ** Appomattox Commemorative Model Colt Single Action

** Appomattox Commemorative Model Colt Single Action

Lot #166 (Sale Order 166 of 482)

** Appomattox Commemorative Model Colt Single Action

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 1188AP . Blue and nickel finish, walnut grips with Colt medallions, left side of barrel marked " 1865 - Appomattox Commemorative Model - 1965 ," right side of barrel marked " Colt Single Action Army .45 ." Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** New Jersey Tercentenary Colt Single Action Army ** New Jersey Tercentenary Colt Single Action Army

** New Jersey Tercentenary Colt Single Action Army

Lot #167 (Sale Order 167 of 482)

** New Jersey Tercentenary Colt Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 0020JT . Blue and nickel finish, walnut grips with Colt medallions, left side of barrel marked " 1664 - New Jersey Tercentenary - 1964 ;" right side of barrel marked, " Colt Single Action Army .45 Cal. " Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: This gun remains ion "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired. It has two small scratches at the left muzzle end of the barrel.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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** Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army ** Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army

** Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army

Lot #168 (Sale Order 168 of 482)

** Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army

.44-40/44 spl. caliber, 3" barrel, S/N SA40882 . Blue finish with case colored frame, walnut grips, left side of barrel marked " Colt Sheriff's Model; " right side of barrel marked " Colt SAA .44 Cal. " Original box and papers; wooden glass top display box - all housed in the original shipping box.



Condition: This gun is in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Colt Series 80 Government Model M1991A1 .38 Super OGCA Commemorative * Colt Series 80 Government Model M1991A1 .38 Super OGCA Commemorative

* Colt Series 80 Government Model M1991A1 .38 Super OGCA Commemorative

Lot #169 (Sale Order 169 of 482)

* Colt Series 80 Government Model M1991A1 .38 Super OGCA Commemorative

.38 super caliber, 5" barrel, S/N 20OGCA . Blue finish, left side of barrel marked " Colt, Government Model, .38 Super Caliber " with rampant colt. Right side of the slide marked " Series 80 ." Original box, papers, and extra magazine. This gun is one that was manufactured to benefit the Ohio Gun Collectors Association PAC fund raiser in 2007.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unfired in the original box with outer sleeve.

EST $ 800 - 1200

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* Colt Single Action Army NRA Centennial Commemorative * Colt Single Action Army NRA Centennial Commemorative

* Colt Single Action Army NRA Centennial Commemorative

Lot #170 (Sale Order 170 of 482)

* Colt Single Action Army NRA Centennial Commemorative

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N NRA5797 . Blue finish with case colored frame. Walnut grips with NRA medallions. Original walnut display case with key.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unfired and unturned.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Colt Single Action Army Revolver NRA Centennial Commemorative * Colt Single Action Army Revolver NRA Centennial Commemorative

* Colt Single Action Army Revolver NRA Centennial Commemorative

Lot #171 (Sale Order 171 of 482)

* Colt Single Action Army Revolver NRA Centennial Commemorative

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N NRA5796 . Blue finish with case colored frame. Walnut grips with NRA medallions. Original walnut display case with key.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Colt Single Action Army Revolver * Colt Single Action Army Revolver

* Colt Single Action Army Revolver "The Lawman Series - Wyatt Earp"

Lot #172 (Sale Order 172 of 482)

* Colt Single Action Army Revolver "The Lawman Series - Wyatt Earp"

.45 LC caliber, 16" barrel, S/N 494WYE . Blue finish with case colored frame and nickel accents. Walnut grips, nickel-plated detachable shoulder stock. Original black leatherette display box.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1500 - 3000

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** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army ** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army

** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army

Lot #173 (Sale Order 173 of 482)

** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 0446SB . Blue and gold finish, walnut grips with Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked " 1764 - St. Louis Bicentennial - 1964 ;" right side of barrel marked " Colt Single Action Army .45 ." Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army ** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army

** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army

Lot #174 (Sale Order 174 of 482)

** St. Louis Bicentennial Colt Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 0442SB . Blue and gold finish, walnut checkered grips with Colt medallions, left side of barrel marked " 1764 - St. Louis Bicentennial - 1964 ;" right side of barrel marked " Colt Single Action Army .45 ." Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unfired and unturned.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* NRA Centennial Colt Gold Cup National Match 1911 Pistol * NRA Centennial Colt Gold Cup National Match 1911 Pistol

* NRA Centennial Colt Gold Cup National Match 1911 Pistol

Lot #175 (Sale Order 175 of 482)

* NRA Centennial Colt Gold Cup National Match 1911 Pistol

.45 ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N 316NRA . High polished blue finish. Walnut checkered grips with NRA medallions. Adjustable trigger, adjustable Elliason rear sight. Left side of slide marked " 1871 NRA Centennial 1971, The First 100 Years Of Service, .45 Automatic Caliber ;" right side of slide marked " Gold Cup, National Match " with a trophy. Housed in its original wooden display box.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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Pair of Nevada Centennial Colt Single Actions Pair of Nevada Centennial Colt Single Actions

Pair of Nevada Centennial Colt Single Actions

Lot #176 (Sale Order 176 of 482)

Pair of Nevada Centennial Colt Single Actions

1 - .22 LR caliber, 4.75" barrel, S/N 1038NS . Blue and nickel finish, pearlite grips with Colt medallions. " 1864 - Nevada Centennial - 1964 " marking on left side of barrel; " Colt Single Action Frontier Scout .22 LR " marking on right side of barrel.

2 - .45 LC caliber, 5.5" barrel, S/N 1038NC . Blue and nickel finish, pearlite grips with Colt medallions. " 1864 - Nevada Centennial - 1964 " marking on left side of barrel, " Colt Single Action Army - .45 Cal ." marking on right side of barrel. Colt patent dates on left side of frame.

Guns are stored in the appropriate wooden display box with blue interior and the Nevada centennial commemorative coin is present.



Condition: These guns remain in "new old stock" condition and are unturned and unfired.

EST $ 1500 - 2000

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** Colt Single Action Army Revolver ** Colt Single Action Army Revolver

** Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #177 (Sale Order 177 of 482)

** Colt Single Action Army Revolver

.38-40 caliber, 4.75" barrel, S/N 344071. Blue and case color finish, two-line barrel address. Hard rubber grips, made in 1921. Comes with factory letter.



Condition: The barrel retains a lot of the original blue finish with some brown spots or flaking. Ejector tube has most of the original blue showing with some flaking. Cylinder retains a lot of the original blue finish with a drag mark through the cylinder stops and wear to the high edges. frame still retains a lot of the case colors just lightly darkening. Backstrap and triggerguard retain a lot of the original blue finish with some thinning and light wear. Grips show some use. Overall a very nice SA.

EST $ 2500 - 5000

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** Colt Single Action Army Revolver ** Colt Single Action Army Revolver

** Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #178 (Sale Order 178 of 482)

** Colt Single Action Army Revolver

.32-20 caliber, 5.5" barrel length, S/N 342542. Blue and case colored finish with hard rubber grips. Single-line barrel address.



Condition: Barrel and ejector retain most of the original blue finish. A spot around the left side of the muzzle. A little holster mark on the ejector tube and some wear to the high edge. Cylinder retains most of the original blue finish. Frame retains a lot of the original case colors with some light pitting on the top of the frame in the sighting groove. Backstrap and triggerguard retain most of the blue finish. Overall a very nice pre-war single action revolver.

EST $ 2500 - 5000

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** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model ** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model

** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model

Lot #179 (Sale Order 179 of 482)

** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model

.45 ACP, 5" barrel, S/N C161758 (mfg. ca 1931). Blued finish, checkered walnut grips. Matching serial number on slide, under firing pin plate. Right side of slide marked COLT followed by AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 45 and the Rampant Colt logo. Right side of frame marked: GOVERNMENT MODEL over the serial number. Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. over PAT'D APR. 20, 1897, SPET. 9, 1902, DEC. 19, 1905, FEB. 14, 1911 AUG. 19, 1913 . Short checkered trigger, checkered arched mainspring housing, wide hammer spur. Blued barrel with bright hood; marked " K " forward of swivel lug; interior of frame marked " S " on top. Includes a single, unmarked two-tone magazine without a lanyard loop. Pistol is accompanied by a copy of a factory letter stating that the gun was shipped to Kruse Hardware in Cincinnati on July 10, 1931 and was the only gun in the shipment. The letter further notes that it was shipped with match barrel, a 1/10 front sight and a trigger pull of between 4.5 and 4.75 pounds.



Condition: Very fine. Retains the most of the blued finish with some thinning and wear, a few surface scratches and a minor take take down scratch. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips with some light wear and minor handling marks. A really fine condition match grade pre-WWII commercial 1911 in a wonderful state of preservation.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model ** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model

** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model

Lot #180 (Sale Order 180 of 482)

** Colt 1911 Commercial Government Model

.45 ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N C151429 (mfg. ca 1927). Blued finish, checkered walnut grips. Matching serial number on slide, under firing pin plate. Right side of slide marked COLT followed by AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 45 and the Rampant Colt logo. Right side of frame marked: GOVERNMENT MODEL over the serial number. Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. over PAT'D APR. 20, 1897, SPET. 9, 1902, DEC. 19, 1905, FEB. 14, 1911 AUG. 19, 1913 . Short checkered trigger, checkered arched mainspring housing, wide hammer spur. Blued barrel with bright hood, marked " S " forward of swivel lug, interior of frame marked " S " on top as well. Includes a single blued magazine marked COLT / 45 AUTO on the base plate.



Condition: Very fine to near excellent. Retains the vast majority of the blued finish with some minor thinning and wear, a few surface scratches and a minor take take down scratch. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Grips with some light wear and minor handling marks with a small scrape on the obverse about 1" from the bottom. A really outstanding condition pre-WWII commercial 1911 in a wonderful state of preservation.

EST $ 2000 - 3000

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** Colt Woodsman Match Target Pistol - 1st Year of Production ** Colt Woodsman Match Target Pistol - 1st Year of Production

** Colt Woodsman Match Target Pistol - 1st Year of Production

Lot #181 (Sale Order 181 of 482)

** Colt Woodsman Match Target Pistol - 1st Year of Production

.22LR caliber, 6.625" barrel, S/N MT2691 (mfg. ca 1938). Blued finish, checkered wood "elephant ear" grips with Rampant Colt medallions. Left side of barrel marked MATCH / [Bullseye Target] / TARGET . Left of frame marked THE WOODSMAN , left side of slide marked COLT , followed by AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE , followed by the Rampant Colt Logo. Top of barrel marked in two lines: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. / PAT. DES. 110,887 . Grooved trigger, adjustable rear sight, screw secured adjustable front sight blade with black insert. Includes a single, correctly marked blued magazine that reads COLT WOODSMAN / CAL. 22 LR / MATCH TARGET MODEL on the base plate. A very nice example of a scarce, first year of production Woodsman Match Target Pistol.



Condition: Fine. Retains most of the blued finish with some minor thinning, wear and light handling marks. All markings clear and crisp, mechanically functional, fine bore. Elephant ear grips with some wear, flattening of checkering, handling marks and some minor loss around the Colt medallions. Grips may have been very lightly sanded as well.

EST $ 1000 - 1500

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* Factory * Factory

* Factory "A" Engraved Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army

Lot #182 (Sale Order 182 of 482)

* Factory "A" Engraved Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 88653SA . Blue finish with case colored frame, black hard rubber grips. Orange custom shop leatherette display box. Original cardboard sleeve, Colt historic letter confirming the configuration and shipping information to "Gopher Shooters Supply, Faribault, Mn." on January 27, 1978.



Condition: This gun remains in "new old stock" condition and is unturned and unfired.

EST $ 3000 - 5000

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** Early Colt 1911 Commercial In The Original Box ** Early Colt 1911 Commercial In The Original Box

** Early Colt 1911 Commercial In The Original Box

Lot #183 (Sale Order 183 of 482)

** Early Colt 1911 Commercial In The Original Box

.45 ACP caliber, 5" barrel, S/N C132054 (mfg. ca 1922). Blued finish, checkered double-diamond walnut grips. Matching serial number on slide, under firing pin plate. Right side of slide marked COLT followed by AUTOMATIC / CALIBER 45 and the Rampant Colt logo. Right side of frame marked: GOVERNMENT MODEL over the serial number. Left side of slide marked: COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. over PAT'D APR. 20, 1897, SPET. 9, 1902, DEC. 19, 1905, FEB. 14, 1911 AUG. 19, 1913 . Long smooth trigger, smooth flat mainspring housing, wide hammer spur. Blued barrel with bright hood, marked "P" forward of swivel lug, interior of frame marked "F" above trigger well. Includes a single two-tone magazine marked COLT / 45 AUTO on the base plate. Includes a dark oxblood colored paste board factory box with a black end label reading Colt Automatic Pistol / Smokeless Rimless and .45 , and a second white label that reads GOVERNMENT MODEL with an added sticker with the serial number of the gun. Box contains some of the original factory paperwork.



Condition: About fine. Retains most of the lovely Colt commercial blued finish, with most of the loss due to scrapes and scratches above the triggerguard on the left side due to repeated inept take-down by someone who simply did not know how to properly disassemble the pistol. There are also some dings in the take-down and stop notches of the slide from similar ham-handed abuse. Otherwise, the only loss is some thinning along the sharp edges. All markings clear, mechanically functional. Fine bore and grips. Box well worn, missing one side of the lid with scattered surface loss.

EST $ 4000 - 6000

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* Factory * Factory

* Factory "B" Engraved Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army

Lot #184 (Sale Order 184 of 482)

* Factory "B" Engraved Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army

.45 LC caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 88652SA . Blue finish with case colored frame, black hard rubber grips. Housed in the original custom shop leatherette display case, factory historical letter confirming the configuration and shipping information to " Washington Hardware Co., 1247 Puyallup Avenue, Tacoma, Wa ." on October 25, 1977.



EST $ 3000 - 5000

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* NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army * NRA Centennial Colt Single Action Army

* NRA Centennia