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Antique & Modern Firearms & Edged Weapons Auction

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions
Sat, Nov  23, 2019  10:00 AM   Pacific
Winchester Rifles; Colt SAA Revolvers; S&W Handguns; Collectible & Sporting Rifles & Shotguns; Military Rifles & Pistols; Modern Handguns; Antique Firearms; Edged Weapons; etc.
Antique Iron Indian Zagnal War Axe Antique Iron Indian Zagnal War Axe

Antique Iron Indian Zagnal War Axe

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 605)

Antique Iron Indian Zagnal War Axe, with incised decorated handle shaft. Some scattered silver inlay remains throughout the handle and fittings. 6.25'' ''bird's beak'' style blade is carved with fish and tiger theme and decorative borders. Floral decorations and carved designs on pommel and top mount, with spike point pommel and acorn-shaped small hammer point. Overall length is 20.5''. Circa late 1700's to 1800's. Est.: $600-$900.

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Antique Japanese Matchlock Tanegashima Antique Japanese Matchlock Tanegashima

Antique Japanese Matchlock Tanegashima

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 605)

Antique Japanese Matchlock Tanegashima, in approx. 50 cal., 40.5'' octagonal barrel, with inlaid brass family crest near the breach. Brass lock and fittings for match rope. Wood stock is devoid of any decorations, with brass reinforcements for lock pins. There is some Japanese kanji written in black ink on the outside and inside barrel channel of the stock. Barrel appears to be signed under some heavy rust on the bottom. Overall length is 54''. Condition is good overall for its age with scratches and bruises to stock. Missing brass cover for barrel touch hole. Lock mechanism works adequately. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Antique Japanese Wakizashi Sword Antique Japanese Wakizashi Sword

Antique Japanese Wakizashi Sword

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 605)

Antique Japanese Wakizashi Sword. Traditionally mounted Japanese samurai short sword with a 13.5'' shobu-zukuri style blade, and a small peaked wavy temper line. Unsigned tang with two holes, one being filled with copper. Silver-plated copper habaki collar. The tsuba guard is soft metal with a nice dark patina, silver rim, and one gold over copper filled hitsu-ana hole. Old silk cord handle wrapping with flat copper menuki of an unknown design, and some damage to the wrapping on one side. Iron and gold handle fittings decorated in a bamboo leaf design are a matched set and unsigned. Dark red mottled lacquered saya scabbard showing some chips and scrapes, and one tight hairline crack on the back. Missing the kojiri, or bottom fitting for the scabbard. Blade polish has been smoothed over, but temper is visible. There is some very minor pinprick pitting and the tip of the point has been blunted. Blade circa late 1700's to 1800's. Est.: $500-$700.

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19th Century Brass Barreled Percussion Pistol 19th Century Brass Barreled Percussion Pistol

19th Century Brass Barreled Percussion Pistol

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 605)

19th Century Brass Barreled Percussion Pistol, NVSN, approx. .54 smoothbore cal., 8.5'' barrel marked ''London'' on top flat, two proofmarks on left flat, engraving at barrel breech and iron tang. Serpentine iron lockplate marked ''Richardson'' and with floral engraving, matching engraving on hammer and triggerguard bow. Brass ramrod held by brass thimble integral with barrel, iron rear thimble. Iron triggerguard with fancy pineapple style front tang, German silver trap for percussion caps in butt, two German silver barrel wedge escutcheons, and German silver forend cap. Varnished walnut (or fruitwood) stock with basketweave checkering. Condition is very good with clean metal and clear markings; stock is solid and unmarked but for crack emanating from stock retaining screw at left breech area. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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French St. Etienne mkd Perc. Dueling/Target Pistol French St. Etienne mkd Perc. Dueling/Target Pistol

French St. Etienne mkd Perc. Dueling/Target Pistol

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 605)

French St. Etienne marked Single-Shot Percussion Dueling or Target Pistol, ca. 1850s, NVSN, approx. .58 cal., 8'' twisted steel barrel is semi-swamped at the muzzle and features multi-groove rifling. Floral engraved steel furniture including lockplate with ''Aury/a St. Etienne'' within an oval border, hammer, triggerguard with long pineapple-style front finial and full-length rear tang, buttcap and flower-shaped left-side screw escutcheon. Varnished walnut halfstock with vacant silver shield at wrist, carved forend, floral carved raised molding at oval butt, checkering at wrist. Condition is good showing on overall gray metal patina, and traces of case hardening at breech tang, hammer and lockplate; plum-blue hammer screw may be a replacement. Stock is sound showing age and minor dings. Action is crisp and smooth; bore appears fine with sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)

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Antique Perc. Plains Rifle, by P. Reinhard Antique Perc. Plains Rifle, by P. Reinhard

Antique Perc. Plains Rifle, by P. Reinhard

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 605)

Antique Heavy Barrel Halfstock Percussion Plains Rifle, by Peter A. Reinhard of Loudonville, Ohio, NVSN, .44 cal., 38'' heavy octagonal barrel marked ''P.A. Reinhard'' between rear sight and breech, low blade dovetailed front sight, barrel muzzle turned for bullet starter; long floral-engraved rear barrel tang; floral-engraved serpentine lockplate; percussion bolster with German silver cleanout plug; double set triggers; fancy iron triggerguard with rear finger rest; iron crescent buttplate with long floral engraved lower tang; varnished American walnut halfstock with two large and ornate German silver barrel wedge escutcheons and a matching floral engraved German silver patchbox on left side; pewter nosecap; two iron ramrod ferrules; plain hickory ramrod. Circa mid-1850s. Condition is very good, the iron parts showing no original finish but an overall aged brown patina with scattered darkening and light erosion. Halfstock is smooth, sound and shows excellent color. This rifle appears to be all original and untouched; engraving and markings are mostly clear; percussion nipple mashed; blued rear sight likely a later replacement. Action and set triggers function as designed; bore is clean with defined rifling. German immigrant Peter Reinhard was noted not only for the fine workmanship and high quality of his rifles, as reflected in this piece (and their correspondingly high prices when new), but for his prowess as a nationally-renowned competitive shooter. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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High Quality Westley Richards Perc. SxS Shotgun High Quality Westley Richards Perc. SxS Shotgun

High Quality Westley Richards Perc. SxS Shotgun

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 605)

Very Late and High Quality Westley Richards Percussion Side-by-Side Shotgun, #4046. The 27.5'' 12 bore browned twist steel barrels are marked on the concave rib ''Westley Richards, 170 New Bond St., London''. Locks are marked ''Westley Richards'', with English scroll engraving over buttplate tang, receiver, locks, hammers, triggerguard and pineapple decorations. There is also an interesting grip safety that prevents trigger movement unless depressed. The hooked breech has platinum blow-out plugs, and the ebony ramrod has brass ends and appears original. Barrels are proofed with 1868 Birmingham black powder proofmarks, with high-figure English walnut stock. Mfg'd ca. 1870, not long before the introduction of breech-loading double guns. Condition is antique excellent showing some use but no abuse. Trigger and locks function perfectly; bores are dusty but unpitted, one small crack forward of right-hand lock. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)

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Antique Manhattan Bar Hammer Pepperbox Antique Manhattan Bar Hammer Pepperbox

Antique Manhattan Bar Hammer Pepperbox

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 605)

Antique Manhattan Bar Hammer Double Action Six-Shot Pepperbox Pistol, #44, .31 cal., 3-5/8'' barrel marked ''Cast Steel'' between two flutes; bar hammer is marked on left side ''Manhattan F.A. Mfg. Co./New York'' in two lines, floral hand-engraved steel frame with integral bag-style gripstraps and loop triggerguard; two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd mid- to late 1850s. Originally with blued and case hardened finishes. Condition is fine, the barrel group retaining perhaps 70% thin original blue blending with a smooth blue-brown patina, the frame a clean gunmetal gray, the hammer showing mottled case colors, the trigger mostly silvered out. Grips are smooth retaining approx. 95% original varnish with a few minor handling marks, fit well and have excellent color. Markings, engraving and edges are sharp, screw head slots are unusually nice for a pepperbox. Action functions as designed; smoothbores are clean, shiny and perhaps unfired. Pepperboxes are usually found in rough shape; this one is the exception. Est.: $500-$800. (Antique)

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Antique Sharps & Hankins Model 3B Pepperbox Antique Sharps & Hankins Model 3B Pepperbox

Antique Sharps & Hankins Model 3B Pepperbox

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 605)

Antique Sharps & Hankins Model 3B Single Action Spurtrigger Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol, #9414, .32 RF cal., 3.5'' blued barrel group, having small German silver blade and frame-groove rear sights marked in top flute, ''Address Sharps & Hankins, Philadelphia, Penn.'' In one line; case hardened frame having integral gripstraps marked on right side, ''Sharps Patent/Jan. 25, 1859'' in two lines; hammer with unique rotating striker; one-piece varnished walnut grips. Knurled round button on left side releases barrel group to slide forward for cartridge loading/manual extraction. Mfg'd 1859-74. Originally with blued and case hardened finishes. Condition is excellent, the barrel group retaining approx. 96% deep dark original blue, the frame showing soft case colors, the gripstraps gunmetal gray, the hammer showing mottled case hardening, the trigger with bright fire-blue. Grips are smooth and retain approx. 95% original varnish, a very few minor handling marks, fit well and have excellent, almost rosewood-like grain and color. Markings and edges are very sharp, screw head slots are unblemished. Action functions well; bores are clean and smooth with sharp rifling. A truly exceptional example of its type, of which only about 2,000 were mfg'd. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Civil War National Arms Co. Iron Frame Derringer Civil War National Arms Co. Iron Frame Derringer

Civil War National Arms Co. Iron Frame Derringer

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 605)

Civil War National Arms Co. Iron Frame Single Shot Spurtrigger Derringer, #8158, .41 RF cal., 2.5'' steel barrel marked ''National Arms Co. Brooklyn, N.Y.'' on top, twists to left for cartridge loading/ejection; scarce iron frame; twp-piece checkered walnut ''bird's head'' grips. Floral hand engraving appears on both sides and top of frame, backstrap and barrel at breech and muzzle. Likely originally made in full blued finish. Condition is very good retaining no original finish, but smooth metal with clear engraving and markings (one spot of erosion at left muzzle that does not affect markings); no patent date appears on barrel underside. Grips show sharp checkering and retain most of their original varnish (small chip out of right grip at frame juncture). Action is smooth and crisp; barrel hinge is solid; bore appears clean with visible rifling. This Iron Frame model is quite scarce and desirable. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Civil War S&W No. 2 Old Army Revolver Civil War S&W No. 2 Old Army Revolver

Civil War S&W No. 2 Old Army Revolver

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 605)

Civil War Smith & Wesson No. 2 Old Model Army Spurtrigger Single Action Revolver, #24514, .32 Long RF cal., 6'' octagonal barrel marked ''Smith & Wesson Springfield Mass.'' on top rib, 6-shot round cylinder with 1855-59-60 patent dates on central periphery, manual cylinder stop on topstrap with early three-pin feature, two-piece rosewood grips. Originally with blued and case hardened finishes. Condition is very good, retaining no blue but an overall gunmetal gray color with clear markings; tip-up barrel hinge is solid. Grips are smooth and undamaged, the right side with most original varnish and the left without finish. Action is smooth and crisp; bore is shiny with defined rifling. A popular sidearm among Union officers and enlisted men, this gun's serial number indicates production during the mid-Civil War years. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 605)

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Infantry Rifle, #423826, .45-70 CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel marked ''V/P/(eagle head)'' at breech and mounted with the standard block-blade front and adjustable leaf Buffington rear sights (the latter correctly marked ''R'', for ''Rifle''); flush mounted lockplate marked ahead of hammer ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' in two lines; steel furniture including triggerguard with front sling swivel and long rear tang (a star is stamped on bottom of bow), grooved trigger, two spring-retained barrel bands (top band with sling swivel), nosecap, buttplate marked ''US'' ahead of top tang screw, and slotted button-tip ramrod. One-piece oil-finished walnut fullstock with an ''SWP'' mark (of Master Armorer Samuel W. Porter) within a rectangular cartouche having clipped-corners, on left side opposite the lock. Mfg'd 1886-91. Condition is near excellent retaining most of its original blue and case hardened finishes, the barrel having a dark blue-brown tone, the lockplate, barrel bands, nosecap, triggerguard, buttplate and ramrod showing bright glossy blue, and the case hardened breechblock (trapdoor) a blackish color. Stock is smooth and sound showing a few nicks but good color and perhaps a later coat of thin varnish; the buttstock inspector's mark is partially clear. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $750-$1,250. (Antique)

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Civil War Era Small Bowie Knife, by Lamson & Goodnow Civil War Era Small Bowie Knife, by Lamson & Goodnow

Civil War Era Small Bowie Knife, by Lamson & Goodnow

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 605)

Civil War Era Small Bowie Knife, by Lamson & Goodnow, named to Civil War General, with black composition handle, fancy silver ferrule, and small nickel silver guard. The 5.5'' blade is marked with an oval maker's mark for Lamson & Goodnow Mfg. Co. in Massachusetts; reverse side of blade is engraved in block letters: ''To P.V. HAGNER, LT. COL. ORDN. Oct., 1863''. Blade shows age graying, light sharpening, and scattered erosion. Overall length is 9.5''. No sheath. Includes research information about Brigadier General Peter. V. Hagner, who was the Commander of the Watervliet Arsenal from 1863 to 1880. Est.: $500-$800.

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Collins No. 18 Bowie/Machete in Sheath Collins No. 18 Bowie/Machete in Sheath

Collins No. 18 Bowie/Machete in Sheath

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 605)

Collins No. 18 Bowie/Machete in Sheath, with Civil War markings to N.Y. Regiment and decorative brass handle. The 11.75'' blade has a double fuller on both sides and is marked at the ricasso area with the Collins Legitimus arm and hammer stamp. Also stamped ''Collins & Co. Hartford, Acero Fino, Calidad, Garantizada, No.18''. Brass handle is beautifully decorated with raised lines and floral decorations. Blade is bright with very light scattered pinprick pitting, mainly on one side. Overall length is 18.25''. Leather Collins sheath is stamped with the Collins & Co. Legitimus logo and has impressed floral decorations. These fancy brass handles were fitted on No. 18 blades around 1877 to the 1890's, with the last catalogue showing them in 1904. Silver color-plated metal tip on bottom of sheath. Top of sheath has light writing of ''James H. Bean, Co(?) 193th Regiment, N.Y. Volunteers Inf. 1861-1865, Congress Winner''. Includes information from the National Archives showing James H. Bean in the 193rd New York Infantry. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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U.S.N. Dahlgren Bayonet Cut into a Bowie Knife U.S.N. Dahlgren Bayonet Cut into a Bowie Knife

U.S.N. Dahlgren Bayonet Cut into a Bowie Knife

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 605)

Original Civil War U.S.N. Dahlgren Bayonet Cut into a Bowie Knife, with old painted museum number at ricasso area of brass handle, 11.5'' blade with Ames maker markings, 16.25'' overall, stamped U.S.N., and dated 1862. Brass handle is marked at the top with fancy ''D.R.'' mark and anchor stamp. Handle is missing the bayonet locking pin and spring. Top of the original ''S'' guard has been removed. Wood hand grip with grooves and hole cut into rear, probably for a wrist thong, appears to be original. Knife is in very good condition overall, with blade showing age graying and some sharpening, but no appreciable pitting. Brass handle has a nice aged patina, with numerous dings and dents from use. No sheath. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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Fancy George Wostenholm Bowie Knife Fancy George Wostenholm Bowie Knife

Fancy George Wostenholm Bowie Knife

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 605)

Fancy George Wostenholm Bowie Knife, with nice long clip-point bowie blade with decorative file work on back spine. Marked at the ricasso ''Geo. Wostenholm I*XL''. Circa 1880 to turn of the century. Tang is full sized through the handle. Blade measures 7-7/8'' long, overall length is 12.25''. Beautiful aged ivory grip panels with inlaid silver plate have a couple of hairline cracks at two of the pins. Nickel silver crossguard is pointed on the tips. Blade shows minor age graying, light pitting, and sharpening scratches. Leather sheath is stitched and riveted, but appears newer than the knife. Est.: $700-$900.

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Ornate GAR Sword, by Ames Ornate GAR Sword, by Ames

Ornate GAR Sword, by Ames

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 605)

Ornate GAR Sword, by Ames, 35'' overall, 28'' blade, with ornate gold-plated hilt, embellished with GAR and floral motifs and equipped with a folding rear guard. Grip appears to be cast in bronze and wrapped with double twist gold-plated wire. German blade is decorated in gold on the obverse with patriotic and GAR motifs with the name ''Lewis N. Hurie, Past Commander''. The reverse blade is decorated in gold with floral and GAR motifs and the name ''John A. Hawes Post 159 GAR''. Nickel-plated scabbard is mounted with gold-plated furniture in a pierced filigree floral pattern, with slight lifting to the nickel. Est.: $500-$700.

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Civil War Metropolitan Arms Co. Navy Perc. Revolver Civil War Metropolitan Arms Co. Navy Perc. Revolver

Civil War Metropolitan Arms Co. Navy Perc. Revolver

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 605)

Civil War Metropolitan Arms Co. Navy Single Action Percussion Revolver, #5085, .36 cal., 7.5'' octagonal barrel marked on top flat ''Metropolitan Arms Co. New-York'' flanked by small outward-pointing chevrons, 6-shot round cylinder roll engraved with a naval battle scene, silver-plated brass gripstraps, one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd 1864-66 in a quantity of just over 6,000 revolvers; thus quite rare today, and even more desirable with this Metropolitan barrel marking. Originally with blue and case hardened finishes. Condition is very good retaining no original blue but an overall smooth brown patina (perhaps applied after cleaning), faint mottled case hardening to frame and hammer, and traces of silver on gripstraps; cylinder scene is perhaps 10% visible due to dings on its periphery and probably was lightly rolled to begin with. Grips are smooth and sound with a ding at left toe and a tiny chip out of right toe, fit well and show a pleasing color. Markings are clear; most screw head slots are unblemished; gun remains tight and all parts fit well; all serial numbers match including cylinder, lever and barrel wedge. Action is crisp and sure; bore is shiny with erosion toward breech and well-defined rifling. A scarce American revolver likely reflecting genuine Civil War use but no abuse. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Remington/Frankford Model 1858 Tape-Primer Musket Remington/Frankford Model 1858 Tape-Primer Musket

Remington/Frankford Model 1858 Tape-Primer Musket

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 605)

Remington/Frankford Arsenal Model 1858 3-Band Tape-Primer Percussion Rifle-Musket Altered from a U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Rifle-Musket, NVSN, .69 cal., 41.5'' thin-walled round barrel marked ''JT'' at left breech, ''1856/B/98'' on rear tang, has an integral bayonet lug just behind muzzle and an adjustable leaf rear sight with range settings marked ''1'', ''2'', ''3'' and ''4''; beveled lockplate with integral Maynard tape primer mechanism is marked ''Remington's/Ilion, N.Y./1855/U.S.'' in four lines vertically behind high-spur hammer; steel furniture including serpentine sideplate marked ''LG''(?) and ''1'', triggerguard having an elongated rear tang and front sling swivel, three spring-retained barrel bands (the middle band with sling swivel, the double-strap top band with integral blade front sight); buttplate marked ''US'' on top tang, and button-tip ramrod. Oil-finished walnut fullstock with low comb unique to Model 1816 is marked ''V/JAS'' on rear of raised apron opposite lock and ''MB'' underneath at rear triggerguard tang. Condition is near very good showing smooth aged ''bright'' metal on barrel and lock and dark patina on other metal parts. Stock is sound showing marks of smoothing over dings and scrapes, and a dark patina; tape primer mechanism works as designed. Action is tight and positive; bore appears clean with defined rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1873 Single Shot Military Rifle Springfield Model 1873 Single Shot Military Rifle

Springfield Model 1873 Single Shot Military Rifle

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 605)

U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Single Shot Breechloading Military Cartridge Rifle, with bayonet and scabbard, #439553, .45-70 CF cal., 29-5/8'' round barrel (measured from muzzle to breech face) marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)'' at breech and fitted with the standard block-blade front sight (which doubles as bayonet lug) and correct ''R''-marked long range adjustable leaf rifle rear sight; trapdoor marked ''U.S/Model/1873'' in three lines at hinge; flat lockplate marked ''U.S./Springfield'' in two lines ahead of a detailed spread-eagle holding olive branches; steel furniture including two spring-retained barrel bands (top band with sling swivel), triggerguard having a long rear tang and a sling swivel at front, ''US'' marked buttplate, and slotted button-head ramrod. One-piece walnut rifle fullstock having the ''SWP'' initials of Master Armorer Samuel W. Porter over ''1883'' within a rectangular cartouche (partially obscured by wear) opposite the lock. Originally finished with blued barrel and lockplate, case hardened trapdoor and oil-finished stock. Mfg'd 1873-77. Condition is very good, having a smooth brownish patina to barrel and lockplate; triggerguard with approx. 90% original glossy blue; trapdoor with traces of case hardening colors. Stock with minor dings from military use and perhaps a later coat of thin varnish shows nice color. Overall the gun is sound, complete and original as issued. Action is very tight and crisp; bore is clean and shiny with distinct rifling. Bayonet a light gunmetal gray; scabbard condition matches with brown leather frog and brass ''US'' rosette in fine condition. The writer cannot account for this rifle's shorter than standard barrel; there are no signs of alteration, the front sight does not appear to have been re-set; workmanship is of arsenal quality, and it bears all the signs of legitimate age. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine

Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 605)

Indian Wars Altered Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Cartridge Carbine, #47532, .50 RF (.56-50/.56-52) cal., 22'' blued round barrel having integral block-blade front sight and single-leaf adjustable rear sight; top of case hardened steel receiver marked ''Spencer Repeating/Rifle Co., Boston, Mass./Pat'd. March 6, 1860'' (markings very faint) in three lines; case hardened steel furniture including single barrel band, left-side sling bar and ring, sling swivel under buttstock, and steel buttplate having a sliding door opening to the magazine tube for cartridge loading; oil-finished walnut forend and buttstock having a clear ''ESA'' cartouche of Master Armorer Erskine S. Allin on left side. Originally mfg'd 1863-65. Some 11,000 of these arms were altered and refinished at Springfield Armory c. 1867-1874: the alterations included sleeving the barrel for the smaller caliber three-groove rifled bore, and the addition of a Stabler Cutoff ahead of the trigger (allows for use as a single-shot). Condition is very good as likely refinished at the time of alteration (accounting for the weak receiver markings): barrel retains approx. 50% blue mixing with occasional discoloration; receiver shows nicely mottled case hardening colors, with softer colors on the sideplate, hammer, operating lever and buttplate. Stocks are sound with few marks, fit well and show nice coloration. Action functions smoothly; internals appear as-new; bore is bright with defined rifling. Est.: $1,750-$2,750. (Antique)

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Civil War Sharps New 1863 Military Carbine Civil War Sharps New 1863 Military Carbine

Civil War Sharps New 1863 Military Carbine

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 605)

Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 ''Straight Breech'' Single Shot Percussion Military Carbine, #96967, .52 cal., 22'' round barrel marked ''Sharps Rifle/Manufg. Co./Hartford, Conn.'' In three lines behind barrel band and ''New Model 1863'' ahead of breech, has integral block-blade front sight and adjustable leaf rear sight; receiver marked on left side ''C. Sharps Pat./Sept. 12th, 1848'', on right side ''C. Sharps Pat./Oct. 5th, 1852'' to rear of hammer, and ''R.S. Lawrence Pat./April 12th, 1859'' at top below pellet primer. Steel furniture including left-side sling bar and ring (marked ''H.D.H.'' on rear tang), hammer, serpentine operating lever, catch, trigger, single spring-retained barrel band and crescent buttplate. Two-piece oil-finished walnut forestock and buttstock. Mfg'd 1859-1866. Condition is very good retaining traces of blue in protected areas of barrel, receiver with slivered case hardening, scattered light discoloration, and otherwise smooth gray-brown metal; edges are sharp, markings are clear, top tang screws show bright fire blue as does the lever pin. Stocks show dings and scrapes of military use, particularly on forend, nice coloration and perhaps a thin later coat of varnish. Action is tight and smooth; bore is shiny with scattered roughness and deep rifling. Est.: $1,750-$2,750. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Trapdoor Infantry Rifle Springfield Model 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Trapdoor Infantry Rifle

Springfield Model 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Trapdoor Infantry Rifle

Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 605)

U.S. Springfield Model 1888 ''Ramrod Bayonet'' Trapdoor Infantry Rifle, #545087, .45-70 CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel marked ''V/P/(eagle head)'' at breech and mounted with the standard block-blade front and adjustable leaf Buffington rear sights (the latter correctly marked ''R'', for ''Rifle''); flush-mounted lockplate is marked ahead of the hammer with ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' in two lines; steel furniture including triggerguard with front sling swivel and long rear tang, grooved trigger, two spring-retained barrel bands (top band with sling swivel), nosecap, buttplate with hinged door for cleaning rod in butt trap, marked ''US'' below top tang screw, and a uniquely-retained steel ramrod with knurled pointed tip. One-piece oil-finished walnut fullstock with an ''SWP'' mark (of Master Armorer Samuel W. Porter) and the date ''1892'' within a rectangular cartouche having clipped-corners on left side opposite the lock. Mfg'd 1889-93. Condition is very good, the barrel having a smooth blue-brown tone, the lockplate, barrel bands, nosecap, triggerguard, buttplate and ramrod showing similar finish, and silvered case hardening on the breechblock (trapdoor). Markings are clear, edges are sharp, and screw head slots are unblemished. Stock is smooth and sound showing only very minor marks and excellent color; the inspector's mark at left wrist is clear. Action is crisp, bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $650-$850. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1884 Military Rifle Springfield Model 1884 Military Rifle

Springfield Model 1884 Military Rifle

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 605)

U.S. Springfield Model 1884 Single Shot Trapdoor Military Rifle, with bayonet and scabbard, #447688, .45-70 CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel (measured from muzzle to breech face) marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)'' at breech and fitted with the standard block-blade front sight (which doubles as bayonet lug) and correct ''R''-marked Buffington adjustable leaf rifle rear sight; trapdoor marked ''U.S/Model/1884'' in three lines at hinge; flat lockplate marked ''U.S./Springfield'' in two lines (obscured) ahead of a detailed spread-eagle holding olive branches; steel furniture including two spring-retained barrel bands (top band with sling swivel), triggerguard having a long rear tang and a sling swivel, ''US'' marked buttplate, and slotted button-head ramrod. One-piece walnut rifle fullstock. Originally finished with blued barrel and lockplate, case hardened trapdoor and oil-finished stock. Mfg'd 1886-91. Condition is good to very good, having a thin rusty-brown patina to metal; trapdoor with bright case hardening colors on underside. Stock with moderate dings and scars from military use. Overall the gun is sound, complete and original as issued and will improve greatly with a careful cleaning. Action is very tight and crisp; bore is clean and shiny with distinct rifling. Bayonet retains approx. 35% bright blue marred by scattered rust pitting; scabbard matches with leather parts having age cracking to the finish mainly on backside. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Kittredge-mkd Frank Wesson Tip-Up Military Carbine Kittredge-mkd Frank Wesson Tip-Up Military Carbine

Kittredge-mkd Frank Wesson Tip-Up Military Carbine

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 605)

Civil War Era B. Kittredge & Co.-marked Frank Wesson Two-Trigger Single Shot Tip-Up Military Carbine, #3459, .44 RF cal., 24'' blued octagonal barrel is marked on top flat ''F. Wesson's Patent/Oct. 25, 1859 & Nov. 11, 1862'' in two lines ahead of ''B. Kittredge & Co./Cincinnati, O'' (the latter faint) in two lines, has dovetailed blade front sight, single-leaf rear sight, and sling swivel mount dovetailed midway beneath; steel receiver with distinctive two triggers (front trigger releases barrel) and scrolled triggerguard with long rear tang mounted with sling swivel; varnished walnut buttstock with brass crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1859-88. Condition is very good to fine, the barrel retaining approx. 75% thinning blue (cleaned on top flat ahead of breech to reveal lettering); no original finish to cleaned receiver; smooth blue-brown patina to triggerguard; and aged brass patina to buttplate. Buttstock is smooth and sound showing minor nicking from age and use, with approx. 90% original varnish finish and nice color. Missing the under-barrel sling swivel (the dovetailed mount is intact). Action functions smoothly; bore is clean with deep rifling. The Ohio firm of Benjamin Kittredge & Co. is known to have furnished over 2,000 of these Frank Wesson military carbines to Missouri, Kansas, Indiana and Kentucky state units. Est.: $1,000-$2,000. (Antique)

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Rare Civil War Sharps & Hankins Model 1861 Navy Rifle Rare Civil War Sharps & Hankins Model 1861 Navy Rifle

Rare Civil War Sharps & Hankins Model 1861 Navy Rifle

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 605)

Rare Civil War Sharps & Hankins Model 1861 Navy Lever Action Rifle, #458, .52 RF cal., 27-5/8'' heavy octagonal barrel slides forward for loading when underlever is actuated; steel receiver marked on right side ''Sharps/&/Hankins/Philada.'' in four lines, and ''Sharps/Patent/1859'' in three lines on left; brass buttplate; oil-finished walnut stocks. Mfg'd 1861-62, in a quantity of only approx. 700 rifles. Originally with blued barrel and bands; case hardened frame, upper and lower tangs, hammer, lever and nosecap; unfinished brass buttplate. Condition is fair to good showing no original finish with age darkening and scattered erosion, the barrel having been shortened from its original 32.75'' length with a block-blade front sight added and two vacant rear sight dovetails ahead of breech; missing walnut forend, three barrel bands (middle with sling swivel) and nosecap; buttstock a replacement having no provision for the lower sling swivel. Clear markings; mostly unblemished screw head slots. Action functions as designed; bore is fairly shiny with deep rifling. A scarce official-purchase rifle, used by Marine guards aboard U.S. Navy ships. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Brown Mfg. Co.-Ballard's Patent Perc. Rifle Brown Mfg. Co.-Ballard's Patent Perc. Rifle

Brown Mfg. Co.-Ballard's Patent Perc. Rifle

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 605)

Brown Mfg. Co.-Ballard's Patent External Extractor Breechloading Percussion Rifle, #20468, .44 cal., 26'' octagonal barrel having dovetailed front blade and leaf rear sights marked ''No. 44'' and serial number ahead of breech; steel receiver marked on left side ''Brown Mfg. Co. Newburyport, Mass./Ballard's Patent/Nov. 5, 1861'' in three lines, steel operating lever, hammer and trigger; two-piece varnished walnut halfstock with iron nosecap and crescent buttplate. This rifle, while equipped with a percussion nipple, employs the external cartridge extractor and appears to be compatible with the novel reversible firing pin (for both rimfire and centerfire cartridges) invented by John Marlin; thus it may be that it was assembled utilizing original Brown Mfg. Co. parts after that firm's acquisition by Marlin. Condition is very good showing no original finish and a dark aged patina to metal (barrel cleaned of spotty discoloration). A 1-5/8'' wide brass reinforcement was added at stock wrist, professionally done; stocks are sound showing minimal dings and perhaps a later coat of varnish. Action works as designed; bore is shiny, clean and with deep rifling. An intriguing rifle, reflecting the dramatic late 1860s-early 1870s era of change from percussion to metallic cartridge firearms ignition. Est.: $750-$1,250. (Antique)

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Maynard's Patent Single Shot Model 1873 Rifle Maynard's Patent Single Shot Model 1873 Rifle

Maynard's Patent Single Shot Model 1873 Rifle

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 605)

Maynard's Patent Single Shot Model 1873 ''Improved Hunting or Target No. 9'' Rifle, #5888, .40-40 CF cal., 26'' octagonal-to-round blued barrel with dovetailed low blade front sight and open rear sight; case hardened steel receiver marked on left side ''Edward Maynard/Patentee/May 27, 1851/Dec 6, 1859'' in four lines, and ''Manufactured by/Mass. Arms Co. Chicopee Falls.'' on right; serpentine operating lever opens the breech; extended lower frame tang; rifle style buttplate. Condition is very good, the barrel retaining approx. 10% original blue mostly confined to the rear octagonal section, the rest a smooth blue-brown patina; receiver with silvered/darkened case hardening, missing tang peep sight, and with an old peened repair at left side of lever pin. Buttstock showing minor age/use wear but smooth and sound. Action is sure and smooth; the bore is dirty but with deep rifling and should clean up well. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine

Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 605)

Civil War Spencer 7-Shot Repeating Lever Action Carbine, #60209, .52 RF (Spencer .56-56) cal., 22'' round barrel having integral block-blade front sight and single-leaf adjustable rear sight; steel receiver and furniture including single barrel band, left-side sling bar and ring, sling swivel under buttstock, and steel buttplate having a sliding door opening to the magazine tube for cartridge loading; oil-finished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1863-65. Originally blued barrel with case hardened receiver and furniture. Condition is good+, showing no original finish but an overall smooth gunmetal gray; receiver markings are not visible and serial number is weak from use and perhaps overcleaning. Stocks are smooth and sound showing a few expected dings from military use. Action functions smoothly; bore appears bright with defined rifling. This is a complete and unaltered Civil War Spencer which, after a personal shooting trial, received the endorsement of President Abraham Lincoln himself. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 605)

Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Saddlering Carbine, #21196, .45-60 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and full-length handguard. Mfg'd 1891. Considered scarce with just under 2500 produced. Condition is fine retaining approx. 80%-85% thinning and lightly toning blue. Case colored lever and hammer retain faint colors and have mostly toned a silvery grey. Both barrel and lifter block are marked ''45-60'', although light knackering is present to lifter block partially obscuring the caliber marking. Stocks remain unsanded but have an additional coat of varnish over light to just moderate scuffs and scratches. Screw slots show no abuse. Dustcover functions very well. Good action, very good bore with just light frosting. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Repeating Cartridge Rifle, #125271, .32 WCF cal., 24'' blued octagonal barrel with vacant dovetails for front and rear sights is marked on top flat ''Winchester's Repeating Arms, New Haven, CT./King's-Improvement-Patented-March 29, 1856, October 16, 1860'' in two lines, and ''32-Cal.'' just ahead of juncture with blued steel receiver, which is marked ''Model 1873'' within fancy brackets on top tang and the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding dustcover over top cartridge ejection port; brass cartridge elevator is marked ''32 Cal'' on bottom; full-length blued tubular cartridge magazine; blued steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on varnished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1883. Condition is very good, the barrel retaining 75% smooth original blue, thinning and darkening and showing knackering especially at the two sight locations; both barrel sights missing; the magazine tube primarily a brown patina with a couple .25'' dents; the receiver retaining 40% blue mixed with brown age patina; the bolt showing bright fire blue; the nosecap (missing its retaining screw) and buttplate an overall brown (the latter with pitting at heel); the case hardened hammer and operating lever showing dark coloration. Stocks with nicks and dents commensurate with age and use but showing nice grain and color. Action is smooth; bore is lightly etched but shiny and with deep rifling. The '73 is renowned as ''The Gun That Won The West.'' Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Antique Winchester Model 1866 4th Model Lever Action Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1866 4th Model Lever Action Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1866 4th Model Lever Action Rifle

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1866 4th Model Lever Action Cartridge Rifle, #147191, .44 RF cal., 24'' round barrel with dovetailed German-silver long blade front sight and dovetail for a leaf rear sight marked on top ''Winchester's-Repeating-Arms, New Haven, CT./King's-Improvement-Patented-March 29, 1856, October 16, 1860.'' in two lines; full-length tubular under-barrel magazine, signature brass receiver, steel furniture including nosecap, loop operating lever, hammer and trigger; brass crescent buttplate with hinged trapdoor for cleaning rod (not present), oil-finished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1866-98. Originally with blued barrel and magazine tube, case hardened lever and hammer, and unfinished brass parts. Condition is very good, the barrel and magazine tube retaining approx. 50% original blue mixing with age patina but no pitting, silvered/darkened case hardening, the brass an untouched aged tone. Stocks show minor dings from use and a secure crack at left wrist but are smooth, solid, fit well and have nice color. Rear sight is missing. Action functions as designed, bore shows general light black powder etching but is clean with defined rifling. An untouched Model 1866 ''Yellow Boy'' like this example is a real find today. Est.: $4,500-$6,500. (Antique)

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Model 1860 Henry's Patent Lever Action Rifle Model 1860 Henry's Patent Lever Action Rifle

Model 1860 Henry's Patent Lever Action Rifle

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 605)

Civil War Era Model 1860 Henry's Patent Lever Action Repeating Rifle, #11540, .44 RF cal., 24'' octagonal steel barrel is marked on top flat ''Henry's Patent Oct. 16, 1860/Manufact'd. by the New Haven Arms Co,. New Haven, CT.'' in two lines, and serial number between breech and vacant rear sight dovetail. Integral front blade sight at muzzle, 15-shot under-barrel tubular magazine, distinctive undecorated brass receiver and cartridge lifter, steel operating lever, lever latch, hammer and bolt. Plain walnut buttstock with crescent brass buttplate and steel sling ring inlet on left side. Mfg'd 1860-66, originally with blued and case hardened finishes and varnished stock. Condition is very good retaining no original finish to metal parts, which show an overall smooth brown patina and clear markings; buttstock is sound, fits well, shows a few dings from use and age, and has nice color. Front sight missing its blade; adjustable leaf rear sight missing; magazine tube missing spring and follower; buttstock missing sling ring. Action is sticky but operates as designed; bore is surprisingly clean with shine and deep rifling. The revolutionary Henry rifle and its companion ''.44 H'' rimfire cartridge were the brainchildren of Connecticut arms inventor Benjamin Tyler Henry, and forerunners of the famed line of Winchester rifles. Untouched Henrys like this example are a distinct rarity today. Est.: $8,000-$12,000. (Antique)

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Bullard Large Frame Repeating Sporting Rifle Bullard Large Frame Repeating Sporting Rifle

Bullard Large Frame Repeating Sporting Rifle

Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 605)

Bullard Large Frame Repeating Lever Action Sporting Rifle, #1264, .40 CF cal., blued 28'' octagonal barrel (measured from muzzle to face of chamber) marked only ''Cal/40'' ahead of breech with dovetailed Rocky Mountain front sight and adjustable ramp open rear sight; full-length under-barrel blued tubular magazine; blued receiver marked on left side below top ejection port ''Bullard Repeating Arms Company/Springfield Mass. U.S.A. Pat. Aug. 16, 1881'' in two lines and with blued sliding dustcover; case hardened operating lever, hammer, and trigger; varnished walnut forend with blued nose cap and buttstock, with gutta percha buttplate having the ''Bullard/Rept'g. Arms Co'' encircled elk logo within a checkered background. Includes a copy of the book ''Bullard Arms'', by G. Scott Jamieson, along with a hand signed letter from the author. Mfg'd 1886-90. Overall condition is near excellent. Barrel retains approx. 90% thinning and toning original blue, receiver and dustcover having 95% deep blue with one swirled area in finish on right side; cartridge tube and nose cap retain much original blue in protected areas but are mostly a soft muted blue-brown patina; lever, hammer and trigger with muted case hardening colors. Stocks are smooth and sound, having a ''C''-shaped ding on left buttstock and a soft satiny finish; gutta percha buttplate with sharp checkering and relief details and one chip out at toe. Rifle has clear markings and crisp edges throughout. Sometimes known as the Model 1886 Rifle, this patented rack-and-pinion action by James Bullard (formerly a mechanic with Smith & Wesson and a prolific inventor) was the smoothest and quietest of the lever actions, and produced great leverage for seating and extracting cartridges. Action is silky smooth; bore shines with deep rifling. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle

Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1873 3rd Type Lever Action Repeating Cartridge Rifle, #241493, .32 WCF cal., 24'' blued octagonal barrel with dovetailed German silver small blade front and adjustable buckhorn sporting rear sights is marked on top flat ''Winchester's Repeating Arms, New Haven, Conn. U.S.A./King's-Improvement-Patented-March 29, 1856, October 16, 1860'' in two lines, and ''32 W.C.F.'' just ahead of juncture with blued steel receiver, which is marked ''Model 1873'' within fancy brackets on top tang and the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding dustcover over top cartridge ejection port; brass cartridge elevator is marked ''32 Cal'' on bottom; full-length blued tubular cartridge magazine; blued steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on varnished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1887. Condition is fine, the barrel retaining approx. 85% smooth original blue, thinning and darkening; the magazine tube a blue-brown patina; the receiver retaining 20% blue mixed with brown age patina; the nosecap and buttplate retain much blue; the hammer and operating lever are dark with hints of case coloring; the stocks overall smooth and sound showing a few nicks and dents commensurate with age and use but having nice straight grain and color. Action is smooth; bore is moderately etched but clean with defined rifling. The '73 is renowned as ''The Gun That Won The West.'' Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)

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Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Repeating Rifle, #112337, .40-82 WCF cal., 26'' blued octagonal barrel with dovetailed blade front and adjustable buckhorn sporting rear sights is marked on top flat ''-Manufactured by the-/-Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn. U.S.A.-'' in two lines, and ''40-82 W.C.F.'' just ahead of juncture with case hardened steel receiver, marked ''-Model 1886-'' on top tang and ''Pat. Oct. 14, 1884/Jan. 20, 1885'' and the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding bolt; blued full-length tubular magazine; case hardened steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on oil-stained walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1897. Condition is near-excellent, the barrel and magazine tube retaining 90% smooth, deep original blue; the receiver, hammer, operating lever, nosecap and buttplate retaining 50% silvered case coloring. Forend and buttstock are smooth and sound showing straight grain and nice color. All edges and markings are sharp; screw head slots are unblemished. Action is crisp and smooth; bore is shiny and clean with pronounced rifling. The '86 was one of Teddy Roosevelt's favorite rifles, and is especially desirable in this caliber and condition. Est.: $3,500-$4,500. (Antique)

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Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

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Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Repeating Rifle, with Cody Firearms Museum information sheet, #75018, .45-70 CF cal., 26'' blued round barrel, with dovetailed block-blade front and adjustable leaf rear sights, marked on top ''-Manufactured by the-/-Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn. U.S.A.-'' in two lines, and ''45-70'' just ahead of juncture, with case hardened steel receiver, which is marked ''-Model 1886-'' on top tang and ''Pat. Oct. 14, 1884/Jan. 20, 1885'', and the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding bolt; blued full-length tubular magazine; case hardened steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on oil-stained walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1893. Condition is very good, the barrel and magazine tube retaining perhaps 70% thin original blue blending with a smooth dark patina; the receiver, hammer and operating lever retaining 50% case coloring, brighter on right side of receiver; the nosecap and buttplate gunmetal gray. Forend and buttstock are sound showing handling and use marks, a small gouge at bottom of toe, and a small chip at left wrist, straight grain and fit well. All edges and markings are sharp; screw head slots are unblemished; bolt and internals show much blue. Action is crisp and smooth; bore is shiny and clean with pronounced rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)

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Antique Marlin Model 1881 3rd Type Rifle Antique Marlin Model 1881 3rd Type Rifle

Antique Marlin Model 1881 3rd Type Rifle

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 605)

Antique Marlin Model 1881 3rd Type Lever Action Rifle, #5656, .40-60 CF cal., 28'' octagonal barrel with vacant dovetails for front and rear sights marked on top flat ''Marlin Fire-Arms Co., New-Haven, CT. U.S.A.'' flanked by fletched arrows, over eight patent dates followed by ''Reissue Nov. 9, 1880'' in two lines; full-length tubular under-barrel magazine, steel receiver and furniture including nosecap, operating lever, hammer, double-set triggers (a rarity), and buttplate; varnished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1881-92. Originally with blued barrel and magazine tube, case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good, the barrel and magazine tube retaining approx. 25% original blue mixing with age patina but no pitting, the receiver a brown patina, with silvered/darkened case hardened parts (some roughness to buttplate). Stocks show minor dings from use but are smooth, solid, fit well and have nice grain and color. Barrel sights are missing. Set triggers do not function properly, and hammer does not hold when lever is cocked (trigger mechanism likely needs attention); bore is shiny and clean with defined rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle

Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 605)

Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Single Shot Sporting Rifle, #31228, .38-55 CF cal., 29.5'' blued medium-weight octagonal barrel, with dovetailed blade front sight and three-leaf folding buckhorn-style rear sight stamped ''38-55'' ahead of case hardened receiver, which is marked on left side ''Marlin Fire Arms Co. New Haven Ct. U.S.A./Ballard's Patent Nov. 5, 1861.'' in two lines and mounted with a folding tang sight adjustable for windage and elevation via a knurled thumbscrew. Distinctive to this model are the under-barrel hardwood ramrod retained by two dovetailed German silver ferrules, double set triggers, and ''bright'' serpentine operating lever with ring loop at rear. Varnished two-piece walnut stocks with nicely shaped forend cap that appears to be made of horn, and case hardened crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1876-91. Condition is fine, the barrel retaining 95+% original blue, the receiver with darkened/mottled case hardening colors, the operating lever in the ''bright'', and the buttplate a gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound and show nice coloration, the buttstock comb having a concave area at front that may be an old chip that was smoothed over; the forend with nicks and dings from use. Action is butter-smooth and functions as designed with a hair-trigger; hammer does not stay back; bore is shiny with defined rifling. Est.: $2,750-$3,750. (Antique)

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Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle

Marlin-Ballard No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 605)

Antique Marlin-Ballard Single Shot No. 5 Pacific Sporting Rifle, #16662, .38-50 CF cal., 26'' half octagon-half round blued barrel with dovetailed groove front and open rear sight mounted with a 25-3/8'' blued tube scope on two dovetailed mounts (rear adjustable for elevation) having a German silver plaque marked ''Wm. Malcolm/Syracuse/N.Y.'' in three lines; plain hardwood cleaning rod retained by two dovetailed under-barrel ferrules; case hardened receiver marked on left side ''J.M. Marlin, New-Haven, Conn. U.S.A./Patented February 9, 1875./Ballard's Patent Nov. 5, 1861'' in three lines; steel operating lever with finger loop at rear; double set triggers; varnished walnut forend with Schnabel tip and matching high-comb buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1876-91. Condition is very good. Barrel, receiver, lever and buttplate show an overall smooth brown age patina, the scope with approx. 85% thinning and darkening blue and a dent ahead of rear mount (optics and crosshairs are clear and retains eyepiece cover with matching knurled rings). Stocks are sound (buttstock retains most of its original varnish and nice color, forend with knackering at bottom and a crack below the ''V'' where rod enters at front). Action is smooth; double set triggers function as designed; bore is bright and clean with deep rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)

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Remington-Keene Magazine Sporting Rifle Remington-Keene Magazine Sporting Rifle

Remington-Keene Magazine Sporting Rifle

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 605)

Remington-Keene Magazine Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, NVSN, .45-70 Gov't cal., 24'' blued round barrel, cartridge tube and front band, blued receiver, blued steel furniture including triggerguard, magazine floorplate, nosecap with sling swivel, and buttplate; case hardened hammer and bolt marked on top in three lines ''E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, N.Y.'' over six patent dates; varnished walnut halfstock. This rifle seems to follow the style of the ''Frontier Model'' made for the U.S. Dept. of Interior for arming the Indian Police, c. 1880-1881, including the barrel length and sling swivels at nosecap and bottom of buttstock, but lacking the ''U.S.I.D'' and government inspectors' markings. Condition is good+, the barrel and magazine tube showing approx. 85% of what may be a very old reblue mixed with scattered light pitting and discoloration; integral front sight on top of barrel band which was ground off for the addition of a dovetailed sight (now missing); adjustable leaf rear sight missing; nose cap, receiver, triggerguard and buttplate show approx. 50% original blue mixing with light age patina. Stock is sound and smooth showing age and use but without major dings or losses (stock swivel missing). Action functions as designed; bore is shiny with defined rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)

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Remington Rolling Block 3-Band Military Rifle Remington Rolling Block 3-Band Military Rifle

Remington Rolling Block 3-Band Military Rifle

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 605)

Remington Rolling Block Three-Band Fullstock Single Shot Military Rifle, with associated leather sling, NVSN, .43 Spanish CF cal., with Lee reloading dies and 20 pieces of brass; 36'' blued round barrel with short octagonal section at breech, block-blade front and adjustable folding leaf rear military-style sights, fitted with a long sliding bayonet stud on right side at muzzle; three blued steel barrel retaining bands (middle band with sling swivel), and slotted and grooved cleaning rod. Large No. 1-size case hardened steel receiver is marked on top tang ''E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, N.Y. U.S.A.'' followed by nine patent dates in three lines total; two-piece oil-finished walnut stocks include forestock and buttstock with lower sling swivel and steel rifle buttplate. Mfg'd 1867-88. Condition is excellent. Barrel retains approx. 98% original military blue finish, along with the bands, hammer, breechblock, triggerguard and buttplate; receiver case hardening has darkened and silvered out, especially on both sides. Stocks fit ''proud'' to the metal, retain some of their original surface ''feathering'' and good color, with a bit of knackering at bottom of forestock between top and middle bands. Edges and markings are sharp; action is smooth and strong; bore is clean, shiny and with pronounced rifling. Sling is mostly smooth having a good russet color and occasional age cracking and finish loss. Caliber should be checked by a competent gunsmith before firing. Est.: $500-$800. (Antique)

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Remington M1897/1902 Fullstock Rolling Block Rifle Remington M1897/1902 Fullstock Rolling Block Rifle

Remington M1897/1902 Fullstock Rolling Block Rifle

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 605)

Remington Model 1897/1902 Fullstock Rolling Block Single Shot Military Rifle, NVSN, 7mm Mauser cal., 30'' blued round barrel with block-blade front and folding leaf rear military-style sights is marked on top ''Cal. 7 M.M.'' ahead of lower barrel band (two blued steel bands, top band with sling swivel), and fitted with a stud on forend cap for knife-type bayonet (not present) and slotted cleaning rod; large-size case hardened steel receiver is marked on top tang ''Remington Arms Co./Ilion, N.Y. U.S.A./Patented Octr. 22nd, 1867'' in three lines; three-piece oil-finished walnut stocks including upper barrel handguard and buttstock with lower sling swivel and steel rifle buttplate. Mfg'd 1897-1905. Condition is excellent+. Barrel retains approx. 98% original military blue finish, along with the bands, hammer and breechblock; receiver and triggerguard with 95% case hardening colors (muted on curved top of receiver). Stocks fit ''proud'' to the metal, retaining much of their original surface ''feathering'' and having a rich dark color (a few minor dings and tiny chip out at top of buttplate, which is an even gunmetal gray). Action is smooth and strong; bore is clean, shiny and with pronounced rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Heavy Barrel Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Rifle Heavy Barrel Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Rifle

Heavy Barrel Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Rifle

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 605)

Heavy Barrel Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Single Shot Sporting Rifle, NVSN, .45-70 CF cal., 28'' blued heavyweight octagonal barrel has a dovetailed German silver blade front sight and a sliding ramp buckhorn rear sight, marked ''E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, N.Y. U.S.A.'' on top flat ahead of breech and ''45-70'' on bottom flat ahead of forend; large No. 1-size case hardened steel receiver is marked on top tang ''E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, N.Y. U.S.A.'' followed by nine patent dates in three lines total; two-piece varnished walnut stocks including forend with Schnabel tip and buttstock with checkered steel rifle buttplate. Mfg'd 1868-88. Condition is excellent. Barrel retains approx. 95% original blue finish with occasional scratches and minor losses (especially at front sight); the hammer, breechblock, triggerguard and buttplate are a smooth gunmetal gray. Stocks (having carved raised aprons in front of and behind receiver on both sides) are solid and smooth with good color and a soft varnish finish. Edges and markings are sharp (Remington address and patent dates on top tang are partially obscured by drilled/tapped holes for a tang sight (not present). Action is smooth and strong; bore is bright, shiny and with pronounced rifling. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 605)

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, #244875, .38 Spec. CF cal., 7.5'' round barrel marked ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co. Hartford CT U.S.A.'' on top in one line, and ''Colt Single Action Army .38 Special'' along left side ahead of juncture with frame; 6-shot fluted cylinder stamped with a tiny ''D'' on its face and the ''Rampant Colt'' logo on rear, case hardened hammer and frame with the two-line ''1871-72-75'' patent dates adjacent to an encircled ''Rampant Colt'' on left side, hinged loading gate correctly batch marked ''6326'', blued steel straps and two-piece black checkered hard rubber grips having the ''Rampant Colt'' in an oval at top. Originally blued and case hardened finishes. Mfg'd 1903. Condition is excellent, retaining 85% factory blue to barrel and cylinder, as possibly later altered to .38 Special with genuine Colt replacement parts; cylinder with a light dragline; 10% original thinning blue to grip straps (mostly in protected areas); case hardening on frame has silvered out, hammer retains more colors. Screw heads retain much original blue with unblemished slots. Grips are very fine showing sharp checkering, only mild wear and a tiny nick at bottom right side. Action is crisp and sure; bore is shiny with deep rifling. A very attractive Single Action Colt. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (C&R)

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Colt 1877 Lightning Storekeeper's Model Revolver Colt 1877 Lightning Storekeeper's Model Revolver

Colt 1877 Lightning Storekeeper's Model Revolver

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 605)

Colt Model 1877 Lightning Storekeeper's Model Double Action Revolver, without ejector, #92424, .38 Colt CF cal., 2.5'' round barrel marked ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co. / Hartford, CT. U.S.A.'' in two lines on top, and ''Colt. D.A. 38'' on left side, 6-shot fluted cylinder, frame marked with three-line 1871-74-75 patent dates to the left of an encircled ''Rampant Colt'' logo, originally fully nickel plated with case hardened hammer and blued trigger, two-piece finely checkered black hard rubber ''bird's head'' grips having the ''Rampant Colt'' logo in an oval relief panel at top. Mfg'd 1893. Condition is very good retaining approx. 90% original nickel, thinning at muzzle sides, the initials ''TD'' scratched into right frame side, and light pitting that should clean at underside of triggerguard. Trigger with 50% original fire blue; darkened case hardening on hammer. Grips show light wear and clear details, fit perfectly and are without chips or cracks; loading gate is correctly batch marked ''1'', screw slots are mostly unblemished. Action is butter-smooth in both single- and double action, bore is clean with defined rifling. These ejectorless Lightnings employed their cylinder pin for removing spent cartridges. A nice Storekeeper's Model that is quite desirable with this factory-short 2.5'' barrel. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Colt Model 1902 Philippine Constabulary Revolver Colt Model 1902 Philippine Constabulary Revolver

Colt Model 1902 Philippine Constabulary Revolver

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 605)

Colt Model 1902 Philippine Constabulary Double Action Revolver, #44032, .45 Colt cal., 6'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with lanyard loop in butt. RAC inspection mark to triggerguard and rear portion of frame; ''JTT'', 1902 and ''U.S.'' markings to right rear portion of frame. Condition is fine as having been later nickel plated, of which approx. 95% remains, with scratches and flaking near hammer screw head and above right grip panel. Grips with light flattening. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 605)

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Cartridge Revolver, #254420,.45 Colt CF cal., 4.75 blued round barrel with integral tall blade front sight is marked on top ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co./Hartford, CT. U.S.A.'' in two lines and ''.45 Colt'' on left side; blued round-fluted 6-shot cylinder; case hardened solid frame with long top groove rear sight marked with the two-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and encircled ''Rampant Colt'' logo on left side; hinged loading gate is correctly batch numbered ''2347''; case hardened hammer and trigger and blued gripstraps, with two-piece checkered walnut grips having ''Rampant Colt'' medallions at top. All visible serial numbers match. Mfg'd 1904. Condition is excellent as refinished in blue and case hardening, retaining approx. 98% deep blue and mottled case hardened finishes, and grips with minor overall wear. Action is crisp and smooth; bore is bright with pronounced rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 605)

Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, with original matching box, #356342,.44 Spec. CF cal., 7.5'' blued round barrel, with tall integral blade front sight marked on top ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co. Hartford, CT. U.S.A.'' in one line and ''Colt Single Action Army .44 Special'' on left side; blued round-fluted 6-shot cylinder; case hardened solid frame with long top groove rear sight marked with the two-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and ''Rampant Colt'' logo on left side; hinged loading gate is correctly batch numbered ''17''; fire blued hammer (with polished sides) and trigger and blued gripstraps with finely checkered black hard rubber grips having the ''Rampant Colt'' logo within an oval relief panel. Mfg'd 1938. Condition is as new and appearing unfired, retaining approx. 98% of its original deep Colt blue and beautifully mottled case hardened finishes and just the faintest turn ring on cylinder; deep blue in barrel and cylinder bores, and perfect grips. Edges and markings are sharp; screw head slots are unblemished. Action is crisp and smooth; bore is brilliant with deep rifling. The matching original brown paper-covered pasteboard Colt box is fine for its age, having tight joints (except front of lid; missing small right lid panel) and clear inner labels; the outside labels match the gun's specifications, the lower label reading ''71/2/Colt's Army S.A. Revolver/Rubber Blue/.44'' and the top label ''Special''. One of the very last First Generation Single Actions made, this gem with its long barrel, .44 Special caliber and striking condition would be near impossible to duplicate or to improve on. Est.: $8,000-$12,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Antique Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Rifle

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Lever Action Rifle, #30636, .45-60 CF cal., 28'' octagonal barrel with dovetailed long ivory blade front sight and vacant dovetail for a leaf rear sight marked on top flat ''Winchester's-Repeating-Arms, New Haven, CT./King's-Improvement-Patented-March 29, 1856, October 16, 1860.'' in two lines, full-length tubular under-barrel magazine, steel receiver and furniture including sliding dustcover, nosecap, loop operating lever, hammer, trigger and crescent buttplate, with sliding trapdoor for cleaning rod (not present), walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1876-97. Originally with blued barrel, magazine tube, receiver, dustcover, sideplates and buttplate, case hardened lever and hammer, and oil-stained stocks. Condition is very good, the barrel and magazine tube retaining approx. 40% original blue mixing with age brown and occasional roughness (buttplate with some rust), and silvered/darkened case hardening. Stocks show light dings from use but are smooth and solid. Rear barrel sight is missing. Action does not function correctly (missing lever screw), bore is very dark and dirty with shallow rifling. Est.: $1,250-$1,750. (Antique)

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Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Repeating Rifle, #77169, .40-82 WCF cal., 26'' octagonal barrel with dovetailed long German silver blade front and adjustable tall buckhorn sporting rear sights is marked on top flat ''Manufactured by the-/-Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn. U.S.A.-'' in two lines, and ''40-82 W.C.F.'' just ahead of juncture with case hardened steel receiver, marked ''-Model 1886-'' on top tang and ''Pat. Oct. 14, 1884/Jan. 20, 1885'' and the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding bolt; full-length tubular magazine; case hardened steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on oil-stained walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1893. Condition is very good, the barrel and magazine tube retaining good traces of what may be original nickel-plated finish; the case hardened receiver, hammer, operating lever, nosecap and buttplate having silvered out and showing scattered light erosion. Forend and buttstock are smooth and sound showing a nice semi-deluxe grain and good color. All markings are sharp; screw head slots are unblemished. Action is crisp and tight; bore is clean and lightly etched with pronounced rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)

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Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 605)

Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, #62009, .44-40 cal., 28'' octagonal barrel, blue finish, case hardened frame, 2X checkered straight stock, standard crescent steel buttplate with trap for rod. Top of barrel is spuriously marked ''One of One Thousand''. Cody Firearms Information Sheet states shipped from the warehouse on Nov. 27, 1880, Order number 23138. Condition is good as modified. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 10%-20% thinning blue finish. Front sight has been replaced with a brass blade. Case hardened frame with sharp edges, with case colors in protected areas near sideplate. Stock and forend show nice figure, loss at heel of buttplate. Buttstock with moderate to heavy flattening of checks, crack to left side near upper tang. Forend with 1.5'' loss to right side and 5/8'' loss to left side at cap; dustcover is missing as well. Lower tang has cracked and been repaired once, and has since cracked again slightly affecting hammer action. Bore is very good with just light pitting but well defined lands and grooves. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Carbine Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Carbine

Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 605)

Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Repeating Carbine, #5327C, .32 Spec. CF cal., blued 20'' round barrel with dovetailed block-blade front and adjustable leaf rear sights marked on top between lower barrel band and rear sight, ''The Marlin Firearms Corporation/New Haven, Conn. U.S.A. - Patented'' in two lines over ''Special Smokeless Steel'' flanked by diamonds, and ''.32 Special'' at juncture with case hardened steel receiver, which is marked on top ''Marlin Safety'', and on top tang ''Marlin/Model 93'' in two lines and serial number on lower tang; blued full-length under-barrel magazine tube, two barrel bands and carbine buttplate; varnished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd post-1919. Condition is fine, the barrel, magazine tube and bands retaining 95% deep original blue, dulling somewhat on magazine, the receiver silvered out, the operating lever with color at hinge area, approx. 99% blue on hammer and trigger, the buttplate with much blue at top tang and the balance gunmetal gray. Stocks are smooth and sound with light handling marks. Action is strong; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action  Rifle Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action  Rifle

Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #54 (Sale Order 54 of 605)

Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #537336, .25-35 cal., 22'' half-round barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and forend, with crescent steel buttplate. Rifle additionally features half magazine and bright bead front sight. Mfg'd 1910. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% of a nice refinish. Upper tang screw is a non-factory replacement, and forend cap has been refinished. Stock with mild pressure dings and some oil darkening. Good action, bore is fair. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Lever Action Rifle

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 605)

Antique Winchester Model 1876 Late 2nd Type Lever Action Repeating Rifle, #21295, .45-60 CF cal., 28'' blued octagonal barrel with dovetailed German silver blade front and adjustable buckhorn sporting rear sights is marked on top flat ''Winchester's Repeating Arms, New Haven, CT./King's-Improvement-Patented-March 29, 1856, October 16, 1860'' in two lines, and ''Cal. 45-60'' just ahead of juncture with blued steel receiver, which is marked ''Model 1876'' on top tang and with the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding dustcover over top cartridge ejection port; brass cartridge elevator is marked ''45-60'' on bottom; full-length blued tubular cartridge magazine; blued steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on varnished walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd. 1881. Condition is near fine, the barrel retaining approx. 90% smooth original blue, thinning and darkening; the magazine tube a blue-brown patina; the receiver retaining 50% blue mixed with brown age patina; the nosecap and buttplate a smooth bluish-brown; the operating lever is dark, the hammer with hints of case coloring; the stocks are sound showing nicks and dents commensurate with age and use but fit well and have nice straight grain and color. Action is smooth; bore is lightly etched but clean and with sharp rifling. The ''Centennial Model'' '76 was the first Winchester to offer desirable large calibers, such as this one, for hunting big game. Est.: $1,750-$2,750. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1886 Ltwt. Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1886 Ltwt. Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1886 Ltwt. Lever Action Rifle

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 605)

Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Lever Action Repeating Rifle, #151640, .33 WCF cal., 24'' blued tapered round barrel with integral block-blade front and adjustable buckhorn sporting rear sights is marked on left side ''Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co./New Haven, Conn. U.S.A. Pat. Oct. 14, 1884 Jan. 20, 1885'' in two lines, ''-Nickel Steel Barrel-/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' in two lines, and ''33 W.C.F.'' and an oval Winchester proofmark just ahead of juncture with blued steel receiver, which has an adjacent matching proofmark and marked ''Model 1886/-Winchester/Trademark Reg. in U.S. Pat. Off.'' on top tang and the serial number on lower tang; blued sliding bolt; blued tubular half-magazine; blued steel nosecap and crescent buttplate on oil-stained walnut forend and buttstock. Mfg'd 1912. Condition is fine, the barrel and magazine tube retaining 85% smooth original blue; the receiver retaining 20% blue mixed with smooth brown age patina; the nosecap retains much toned blue; the hammer and operating lever with 20% silvered case coloring. Forestock is smooth and sound showing straight grain and nice color, buttstock (and possibly buttplate) a modern replacement. Action is smooth; bore is moderately etched and clean with pronounced rifling. The '86 was one of Teddy Roosevelt's favorite rifles. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (C&R)

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Stevens ''Hunter's Pet'' No. 34 Pocket Rifle Stevens ''Hunter's Pet'' No. 34 Pocket Rifle

Stevens ''Hunter's Pet'' No. 34 Pocket Rifle

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 605)

Stevens Heavy Frame ''Hunter's Pet'' Spurtrigger No. 34 Pocket Rifle, #4545, .30 CF cal., 18'' blued octagonal barrel is marked on left angled flat above barrel hinge ''J. Stevens A&T Co./Chicopee Falls, Mass. USA Pat. Sept. 6, 1864'' in two lines, with dovetailed Beach front sight and dovetailed adjustable single-leaf rear sight; nickel-plated frame with integral grip straps, two-piece varnished walnut grips, and matching nickel-plated detachable skeleton-type shoulder stock. Mfg'd 1872-1900. Condition is near excellent, the barrel retaining approx. 80% original blue darkening and thinning toward breech; the frame, grip straps and skeleton stock retaining approx. 99% original nickel; and the grips with minor nicks and 95% original varnish. Action is smooth and sure; bore is shiny with deep rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Stevens Ideal ''Range Model'' No. 45 Schuetzen Style Stevens Ideal ''Range Model'' No. 45 Schuetzen Style

Stevens Ideal ''Range Model'' No. 45 Schuetzen Style

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 605)

Stevens Ideal ''Range Model'' No. 45 Schuetzen Style Sporting Rifle, #21253, .28-30-120 Stevens CF cal., 26'' part octagonal-part round No. 2 medium-weight barrel marked ahead of breech ''J. Stevens A&T Co.,/Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. Pat. Sept. 6, 1864'' in two lines and ''28-30'' on left angled flat, mounted with Beach combination front and open rear sights; steel receiver with adjustable Vernier tang sight; double set triggers; serpentine operating lever; Swiss buttplate; varnished walnut forend (having a semi-Schnabel nose) and straight buttstock. Mfg'd 1896-1916, originally with blued and case hardened finishes. Condition is fine+, the barrel retaining approx. 70% blue on round portion and 25% on octagonal portion, and a smooth, lightly-aged gunmetal gray color to receiver, lever and buttplate; barrel has small tapped holes (two ahead of rear sight and two behind) with flush screws, likely for scope mounts (scopes were an original Stevens option). Stocks are very fine showing only minor use, nice grain and color, and perhaps a later coat of varnish. Action is smooth, double set triggers function as designed; bore is clean, shiny and with sharp rifling. A very nice rifle, in a very rare and desirable centerfire caliber. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Ballard Single Shot Target Rifle Ballard Single Shot Target Rifle

Ballard Single Shot Target Rifle

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 605)

Ballard Single Shot Target Rifle, NVSN, .38-55 cal., 32'' No. 4 Winchester blue barrel, nickel-plated frame and lever, double set adjustable triggers, checkered cheekpiece pistol-grip stock of fancy burl walnut, with horn grip cap and nickel-plated Swiss buttplate. Long flat-bottom smooth walnut forend of a somewhat less fancy grade. Condition is excellent. Nickel frame retains approx. 96% of its original finish with small loss to left side. Buttstock remains in excellent original condition with only light flattening to checks and very small fissure from shrinkage from left side near upper tang; Winchester barrel and forend are a later addition and barrel probably originated from a Model 1885 High-Wall. Forend is gunsmith made. Set triggers function as designed; bore is fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Stevens New Model Second Issue Pocket Rifle Stevens New Model Second Issue Pocket Rifle

Stevens New Model Second Issue Pocket Rifle

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 605)

Stevens New Model Second Issue Single-Shot Tip-Up Pocket Rifle, with detachable shoulder stock, #21829, .32 Long CF cal., blued 15'' part round-part octagon barrel with hooded Beach-type front and adjustable folding leaf rear sights, and automatic cartridge extractor, marked only ''32/21829'' at left breech; nickel-plated steel receiver with knurled button-type barrel release screw, integral grip straps, loop triggerguard, and matching nickel-plated skeleton-type detachable shoulder stock; two-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd 1875-1896. Condition is excellent, the barrel retaining approx. 95% dulling blue, the receiver 95% nickel with minor scattered puckering, the triggerguard, gripstraps and stock with smooth, bright nickel. Grips fit well with minor light handling marks and nice color. Action is smooth; bore is bright with defined rifling. Est.: $750-$1,250. (Antique)

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Early 2nd Gen. Colt Single Action Army Revolver Early 2nd Gen. Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Early 2nd Gen. Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 605)

Early 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #2610SA, .44 Spec. cal., 7.5'' barrel blue and case hardened finish, with genuine stag grips. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 85% thinning blue. Case colored frame and hammer have faded and thinned with some colors remaining visible. Revolver may have been converted to this caliber. Stag grips are excellent and fit fractionally small. Lockup is somewhat loose, bore is excellent. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R/PPT)

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1st Yr. 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver 1st Yr. 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

1st Yr. 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 605)

Very Nice First Year 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #1902SA, .45 Long Colt cal., 4.75'' barrel, blue finish, very nice case hardened frame, factory checkered black plastic grips with ''Eagle'' and ''Rampant Colt'', standard fixed sights. Top of barrel marked ''COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A.''; left side of frame with two-line patent dates and ''Rampant Colt''. Mfg'd 1956. Included is a 3rd Gen. SAA owner's manual. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% factory blue and color case hardened finish. Cylinder with a light and thin index line as well as some micro-scratching from being turned. Grips appear as new. Both sides of the hammer spur with a little dark spotting. Excellent bright bore. Overall a high condition early 2nd Gen. revolver. Est.: $2,000-$2,800. (C&R/PPT)

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

Colt 2nd Generation Buntline Single Action Revolver

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 605)

Colt 2nd Generation Buntline Single Action Revolver, #16895SA, .45 Colt cal., 12'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, with factory hard rubber grips. Mfg'd 1957. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% lightly thinning blue, predominantly at muzzle and forward edges of cylinder with thin index line. Front and back strap are strong as is butt. Crisp grips and action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 605)

Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #SA34650, .44 Special, 7.5'' barrel, bright nickel finish, smooth two-piece walnut grips, and standard sights. Cylinder is numbered to the gun. Mfg'd 1980. Condition is excellent. Metal with scattered small handling marks and micro-scratches that are common on bright nickel finishes. Cylinder with only a very faint line between a few of the cylinder stop notches; cylinder face and chambers are bright and clean. Factory lettering is crisp and defined. Grips shows only a few minor handling marks, inside edge of the left grip shows a little wear. Bore is excellent. Overall this revolver appears to have been fired very little. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)

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Cased Colt John Wayne Commem. ''The Duke'' Revolver Cased Colt John Wayne Commem. ''The Duke'' Revolver

Cased Colt John Wayne Commem. ''The Duke'' Revolver

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 605)

Cased Colt John Wayne Commemorative ''The Duke'' New Frontier Single Action Revolver, #G211122, .22 LR cal., 4-3/8'' barrel marked on left side ''John Wayne'' and ''The Duke'' in silver; case hardened frame, bright hammer and trigger, factory checkered black plastic eagle grips with Colt logo, fixed front sight and adjustable rear sight. In original Colt wood display case with an approx 3.5''x2.25'' John Wayne plaque. Overall the condition is excellent, appearing as new. Case colors are deep and rich. Cylinder with only a faint index line between two of the cylinder stop notches, appears unfired. Grips are also as new. Factory lettering is clear and crisp. Portions of the lid and exterior finish of the wood display case are a little textured and gummy with a few spots of noticeable thinning and finish loss, appears as if it was possibly caused by improper cleaning; otherwise it is in nice shape; interior is excellent. Approx. 5,000 were mfg'd in 1984. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt John Wayne Commem. Single Action Army Revolver Colt John Wayne Commem. Single Action Army Revolver

Colt John Wayne Commem. Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 605)

Colt John Wayne Commemorative Single Action Army Revolver, #CJWC1048, .45 LC cal., 4.75'' barrel, dark blue finish, two-piece smooth ivory grips, with standard sights. Factory commemorative features include areas of scroll engraving and gold embellishments to parts of frame, barrel, and cylinder, with portrait of John Wayne. In hardwood case lined in maroon velvet with ''Colt/John Wayne/Commemorative'' engraved plaque and key. Also includes original shipping box. Condition is excellent. Cylinder appears unturned and revolver appears unfired. There are a few cosmetic blemishes, including marks on hammer and scratches to ivory grips on right panel near frame. Gold lettering, barrel, and cylinder scenes are bright and clear. Excellent bright bore. Approx. 3,100 were mfg'd in 1982. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R List)

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Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Carbine Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Carbine

Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Carbine

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 605)

Winchester John Wayne Commemorative Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #JW41907, .32-40 Win. cal., 18.5'' round barrel with standard sights, blue finish, pewter frame and large loop lever, saddle ring, checkered straight grip walnut stock with inlaid John Wayne medallion. Nicely engraved frame lists John Wayne movies as borders to both sides, stagecoach and cowboy scenes, with facsimile John Wayne signature on upper tang. In original Styrofoam box with matching end label, polychrome sleeve, and hang tag. Overall condition is excellent appearing as new and unfired. Bottom edge of buttstock with the original ''Genuine American Walnut'' sticker still attached. Box condition is very good, polychrome sleeve with scattered moderate edge wear and some small tears at the corners. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R List)

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''Duke One of One Thousand'' Winchester 94 Carbine ''Duke One of One Thousand'' Winchester 94 Carbine

''Duke One of One Thousand'' Winchester 94 Carbine

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 605)

''Duke One of One Thousand'' Winchester Model 94 Commemorative Large Loop Lever Action Carbine, #DUKE259, .32-40 cal., 18.5'' round barrel with standard sights, antique gold receiver with roll-engraved facsimile of mounted cowboys, stagecoach scene, and the names of John Wayne movies along the borders; nicely figured gloss finished straight grip fleur d'lis checkered walnut stock and forend, with gold-plated John Wayne medallion in stock, and blued crescent buttplate. In original Styrofoam box with polychrome sleeve, shipping box that is also numbered to the gun, with instruction manual, warranty card, and other misc. factory paperwork. Mfg'd 1981. Condition to rifle is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Polychrome sleeve is very good showing a few spots of edge wear. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Modern)

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''Legendary Lawmen'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine ''Legendary Lawmen'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine

''Legendary Lawmen'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 605)

''Legendary Lawmen'' Commemorative Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #LL04393, .30-30 cal., 16'' blued steel round barrel with standard sights and is marked on right side in silver lettering ''Legendary Lawmen''. Silver-plated receiver and barrel bands; receiver is extensively roll engraved with scroll engraving and western ''lawman'' related scenes. Nicely figured straight grip checkered walnut stock and forend, with silver-plated medallion in stock, and blued crescent buttplate. In original Styrofoam box with matching end label, polychrome sleeve, hang tag, Legendary Lawmen instruction booklet, Winchester ''Hunter's Pocket Guide'', and other misc. factory paperwork. Mfg'd 1977. Condition to rifle is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Bottom edge of the frame with a few light handling marks. Barrel bands show areas of moderate toning. Polychrome sleeve is very good showing moderate edge wear, end label is clear. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R List)

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Set of ''NRA Centennial'' Commem. Winchester 94 Lever Action Rifle & Musket Set of ''NRA Centennial'' Commem. Winchester 94 Lever Action Rifle & Musket

Set of ''NRA Centennial'' Commem. Winchester 94 Lever Action Rifle & Musket

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 605)

Set of ''NRA Centennial'' Commemorative Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle and Musket: 1.) Lever Action Rifle, #NRA51961, .30-30 cal., 24'' round barrel with standard sights and is marked on the right side ''NRA CENTENNIAL RIFLE'', blue finish, receiver with light roll engraving. Oil finished straight grip walnut stock and forend, with silver-plated NRA medallion in stock, checkered black composite buttplate, and sling swivel studs. 2.) Model 94 Lever Action Musket, #NRA51962, .30-30 cal., in the same configuration as the previous rifle with the exception of the full length forend, 26'' barrel, and sling swivels. Both rifles come in the original Styrofoam box with matching end label, polychrome sleeve, with hang tag, NRA Centennial instruction booklet, certificate, and other misc. factory paperwork. Also included is the original shipping box with matching end label that is numbered to both of the rifles. Model 94 also comes with saddle ring and sling swivels. Mfg'd 1971. Condition to both rifles is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Polychrome sleeves are near excellent showing only a few spots of light edgewear. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (C&R List)

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Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 605)

Winchester John Wayne Commemorative Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #JW22254, .32-40 Win. cal., 18.5'' round barrel, blue finish, pewter frame and large loop lever, saddle ring, checkered straight grip walnut stock with inlaid John Wayne medallion. Nicely engraved frame lists John Wayne movies as borders to both sides, stagecoach and cowboy scenes, with facsimile John Wayne signature on upper tang. In original box with matching end label, polychrome slip cover, hang tag, leather saddle ring thong, owner's manual and other misc. paperwork. Appearing unfired, rifle is in excellent overall condition. Bottom right side of frame with a few light rub marks. Wood shows no mentionable wear or handling and is as new. Bore is mirror bright. Polychrome slipcover shows mostly moderate edgewear and a few approx. 1'' holes to the long edges. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R List)

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Colt Third Generation Single Action Army Revolver Colt Third Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Third Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 605)

Colt Third Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #SA33784, .44 Spec. cal., 7.5'' barrel, bright nickel finish, smooth two-piece walnut grips, and standard sights. Cylinder is numbered to the gun. In original faux woodgrain box with matching end label, two-piece Styrofoam insert, and misc. factory paperwork (no owner's manual). Mfg'd 1980. Condition is near excellent. Metal with scattered small handling marks and micro-scratches that are common on bright nickel finishes. Cylinder with a very light index line; cylinder face and chambers are bright and clean. Factory lettering is crisp and defined. Front gripstrap and edges of the backstrap are hazy and in need of a thorough cleaning. Grips show only a few minor handling marks and need to be freshly oiled. Bore is excellent. Box is tattered around the edges with some taped repairs, all the pieces are present, end label is legible. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern/PPT)

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Cased Colt Ned Buntline Commem. Revolver Cased Colt Ned Buntline Commem. Revolver

Cased Colt Ned Buntline Commem. Revolver

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 605)

Cased Colt Ned Buntline Commemorative Single Action Revolver, #NB1133, .45 LC cal., 12'' barrel, bright nickel finish, factory checkered black plastic eagle grips with ''Rampant Colt'', tall blade front sight, square notched fully adjustable rear sight. Left side of barrel is marked ''NED BUNTLINE COMMEMORATIVE''. In wood display case with glass insert, fitted burgundy colored interior, and Ned Buntline plaque. Condition overall is excellent, appearing unfired. Metal with a few very minor handling marks; cylinder with only a slight index line. Factory lettering is crisp and clear. Grips appear as new. Wood display case with scattered light scratches and storage wear and the exterior rates very good overall; interior is excellent. 1 of 3,000 Ned Buntline Commemoratives mfg'd in 1979. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt 125th Ann. Commem. Single Action Army Revolver Colt 125th Ann. Commem. Single Action Army Revolver

Colt 125th Ann. Commem. Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 605)

Colt 125th Anniversary Commemorative Single Action Army Revolver, #325AM, .45 LC cal., 7.5'' barrel, dark blue and gold colored finish, smooth wood grips with gold Colt medallions, and standard fixed sights. Left side of barrel reads ''-125th Anniversary- S.A.A. Model .45 CAL.'' In original wood Colt display case with red interior. Overall condition is excellent. Approx. 99% original blue finish remains, cylinder with a faint index line. Grips are also excellent, back inside edges that adjoin the metal are darker in appearance, medallions are clean. Factory lettering is clear. Bore is bright. Wood display case with general scuffs and scratches. 7,390 of these revolvers were mfg'd in 1961. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Cased Colt Lawman Series Bat Masterson Revolver Cased Colt Lawman Series Bat Masterson Revolver

Cased Colt Lawman Series Bat Masterson Revolver

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 605)

Cased Colt Lawman Series Bat Masterson Frontier Scout Single Action Revolver, #2687LM, .22 LR cal., 4.75'' barrel, bright nickel finish, checkered black plastic ''eagle'' and ''Rampant Colt'' grips, with standard sights. In original Bat Masterson presentation case with silver Colt logo and facsimile of a letter that Masterson wrote to Colt requesting a ''Nickle plated short .45 calibre revolver''; case with red lining and the original Lawman Series Bat Masterson pamphlet. Overall the condition is excellent showing only intermittent slight handling marks to the bright nickel surfaces, no flaking or finish loss. Cylinder appears unturned and unfired. Grips are as new. Case is excellent, with a few spots of light storage wear along the edges. Limited to a production of only 3,000 in 1967. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R/PPT)

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''75th Anniversary Boy Scouts of America'' Commem. Winchester 9422 XTR Lever Action Rifle ''75th Anniversary Boy Scouts of America'' Commem. Winchester 9422 XTR Lever Action Rifle

''75th Anniversary Boy Scouts of America'' Commem. Winchester 9422 XTR Lever Action Rifle

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 605)

''75th Anniversary Boy Scouts of America'' Commemorative Winchester Model 9422 XTR Lever Action Rifle, #BSA8906, .22 S-L-LR cal., 20'' blued steel round barrel with standard sights and marked on right side in silver lettering ''Boy Scouts of America''. Factory grooved antique pewter receiver, lever, and barrel bands; receiver is extensively roll engraved with ''Boy Scout Law'' as the border with various ''Scout'' related scenes and the slogan ''Do a Good Turn Daily'' to left side; parts of the lever are roll engraved with ''rope and knot'' pattern. Nicely figured straight grip checkered walnut stock and forend, with silver-plated BSA medallion in stock, and pewter crescent buttplate. In original Styrofoam box with matching end label, polychrome sleeve, hang tag, hammer extension, BSA instruction booklet, and other misc. factory paperwork. Mfg'd 1985. Condition to rifle is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Bottom edge of frame with a few light handling marks. Polychrome sleeve is very good+ showing light edgewear. Est.: $1,100-$1,600. (Modern)

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''Cheyenne'' Commem. Winchester Model  94 Saddle Ring Carbine ''Cheyenne'' Commem. Winchester Model  94 Saddle Ring Carbine

''Cheyenne'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 605)

''Cheyenne'' Commemorative Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #CH03864, .44-40 cal., 20'' blued steel round barrel with standard sights and marked on right side in gold lettering ''Cheyenne Carbine''. Gold-plated receiver, lever, and barrel bands; receiver is roll engraved with decorative border and Native American scenes. Straight grip walnut stock and forend, with gold-plated Cheyenne medallion in stock, and blued crescent buttplate, forend with six gold-plated tacks, and tang sight. In original Styrofoam box with correct end label that is unnumbered, polychrome sleeve, hang tag, Cheyenne instruction booklet, and small Winchester Cheyenne poster that measures 20.75 x12''. Mfg'd 1977. Condition to rifle is excellent, appearing unfired. High polish gold-plated frame and lever with scattered light handling marks. Polychrome sleeve is good showing moderate edgewear and a few tears at the corners, end label is clear. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)

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''U.S. Bicentennial'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine ''U.S. Bicentennial'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine

''U.S. Bicentennial'' Commem. Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 605)

''U.S. Bicentennial'' Commemorative Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #USA09011, .30-30 cal., 20'' blued steel round barrel with standard sights and marked on right side ''Bicentennial 1776-1976''. Antique pewter receiver is roll engraved with border and ''eagle'' on left side; ''76'' on right. Nicely figured straight grip checkered walnut stock and forend, with silver-plated Winchester 1776-1976 ''Horse & Rider'' medallion in stock, and blued crescent buttplate. In original Styrofoam box with matching end label, polychrome sleeve, hang tag, Bicentennial instruction booklet, Winchester ''Hunter's Pocket Guide'' and other misc. factory paperwork. Also included is the original shipping box with matching end label and wood display rack with brass plaque with faux antler display pieces. Mfg'd 1976. Condition to rifle is near excellent, appearing unfired. Frame with a few light handling marks as well as some light scratching from the saddle ring. High edges of buttstock with areas of light thinning to the finish, balance of stock shows no visible wear or handling. Bore is mirror bright. Polychrome sleeve is excellent showing only a few spots of light edgewear. Wood display rack is as new. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern)

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Winchester-Colt Two-Gun Commem. Set Winchester-Colt Two-Gun Commem. Set

Winchester-Colt Two-Gun Commem. Set

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 605)

Mint Cased Winchester-Colt Two-Gun Commemorative Set, which includes: 1.) Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #872WC, .44-40 cal., 20'' round barrel with pinned gold-colored blade front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight, dark blue finish, case colored lever, with gold embellishments to the receiver and barrel. High grade straight grip checkered walnut stock with blued steel buttplate. 2.) Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #872WC, .44-40 cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish which is extensively embellished in gold, color case hardened frame, smooth walnut grips, with standard sights. Each firearm includes the original box that is numbered to the gun and the respective owner's manual. Rifle comes with the original shipping box which is also numbered to the gun. Revolver with the orange ''safety'' hang tag. Both firearms are displayed in a two-gun oak display case with fitted maroon velvet lining, brass plaque on the lid, two (2) keys, and also includes one Colt and one Winchester medallion; each medallion is numbered to match the set, medallions come with their original plain white cardboard box that is also numbered ''872''. Also included is the Colt and Winchester factory letter that was issued with this set, confirming the configuration of each firearm but not specifically listing serial numbers, rather the range that was mfg'd. Both firearms are in excellent unfired condition. A really sharp looking set that displays well in the wood case, with all the bells and whistles to make it a great collector's grade set. 2,300 matching sets were mfg'd in 1984. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Both/C&R List)(Sierra Sid's Casino, Sparks, NV.)

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Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Winchester John Wayne Commem. Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 605)

Winchester John Wayne Commemorative Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #JW24488, .32-40 Win. cal., 18.5'' round barrel, blue finish, pewter frame and large loop lever, saddle ring, checkered straight grip walnut stock with inlaid John Wayne medallion. Nicely engraved frame lists John Wayne movies as borders to both sides, stagecoach and cowboy scenes, with facsimile John Wayne signature on upper tang. In original box with matching end label, polychrome slipcover, hang tag, leather saddle ring thong, owner's manual and other misc. paperwork. Appearing unfired, rifle is in excellent overall condition. Top of bolt and receiver directly in front of the bolt with a little fine micro-scratching. Wood shows no mentionable wear or handling. Bore is mirror bright. Polychrome slipcover shows mostly moderate edgewear, with a few penetrations and tears. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R List)

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Pair of Great Western Arms Frontier Six-Shooter Single Action Army Revolvers Pair of Great Western Arms Frontier Six-Shooter Single Action Army Revolvers

Pair of Great Western Arms Frontier Six-Shooter Single Action Army Revolvers

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 605)

Pair of Great Western Arms Frontier Six-Shooter Single Action Army Revolvers, #GW020613 (.357 mag. cal.), and #GW20204 (.38 Spec. cal.), engraved with blue and gold finish, 4.75'' barrels, smooth cocobolo grips, in fitted red velvet lined walnut case. Revolvers feature punchdot and light scroll engraving reminiscent of Wolf & Klar border engraving from the 1930s. Frames and barrels are blue, with all other components having been gold plated. Engraved frames, straps and cylinders with near total coverage; barrels with approx. 50%. Condition is excellent, appearing unfired since new. Case remains in excellent condition. Est.: $2,500-$3,500/pair. (C&R)

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Colt John Wayne Commem. Single Action Army Revolver Colt John Wayne Commem. Single Action Army Revolver

Colt John Wayne Commem. Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 605)

Colt John Wayne Commemorative Single Action Army Revolver, #CJWC0306, .45 LC cal., 4.75'' barrel, dark blue finish, two-piece smooth ivory grips, with standard sights. Factory commemorative features include areas of scroll engraving and gold embellishments to parts of frame, barrel, and cylinder. Cylinder appears unturned and this revolver appears unfired. It does have a few cosmetic blemishes that should be mentioned: ejector rod head and the ejector rod housing with a few patches of light pitting, left side of muzzle shows light storage type wear, left side of frame and edge of triggerguard with a few spots of tiny surface nicks and wear; overall approx. 98% original blue finish remains. Gold lettering, barrel, and cylinder scenes are bright and clean. Grips with scattered very light scratches from handling, no chips or cracks. Excellent bright bore. Approx. 3,100 were mfg'd in 1982. Est.: $1,400-$1,800. (C&R List)

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Mint Colt NRA Centennial Single Action Army Revolver Mint Colt NRA Centennial Single Action Army Revolver

Mint Colt NRA Centennial Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 605)

Mint Colt NRA Centennial Single Action Army Revolver, #NRA3562, .45 LC cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, color case hardened frame, smooth two-piece wood grips with gold NRA medallions, and standard sights. Left side of barrel is marked in gold lettering ''1871 NRA CENTENNIAL 1971''. In one-piece simulated woodgrain Colt box that is hand numbered in black marker to the revolver, with tan Styrofoam insert, instruction sheet, warranty card, and CCGCAA envelope; along with gold-colored velvet-lined hardwood case with NRA medallion in lid, with key. A collector's grade revolver that retains 99%++ of its original blue and rich case-colored finish; top of frame with two tiny specks from handling or storage. Cylinder appears unturned and unfired. Grips are as new with clean shiny gold NRA medallions. Box with light storage type wear to the exterior. Case is in mint condition. Approx. 5,000 of these commemorative revolvers were mfg'd in 1971. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R List)

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3rd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver 3rd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

3rd Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 605)

Third Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, with Pelson-style hard case, #SA93527, .45 Colt CF cal., 4.75'' round barrel with integral blade front sight marked on top ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co., Hartford, CT. U.S.A.'' in one line, and ''Colt Single Action Army .45'' on left side; long-fluted round 6-shot cylinder; solid frame marked with two-line patent dates and the ''Rampant Colt'' logo on left side; two-piece satin-finished hardwood grips with a brass ''Rampant Colt'' medallion at top on each side. Mfg'd 1988, with full-blued finish (hammer with polished sides). Condition is as new and unfired, cylinder likely unturned, with all of its original factory blue-black finish; grips are flawless and unmarked. Action is as-new; bore is mint with defined rifling and blue inside. Black leatherette-covered case is French-fitted in purple velveteen, with brass hinges and fancy brass clasps, a few minor handling marks outside and pristine inside except for compression areas where the gun rests. Est.: $900-$1,400. (Modern/PPT)

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Colt Buntline Scout Single Action Revolver Colt Buntline Scout Single Action Revolver

Colt Buntline Scout Single Action Revolver

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 605)

Colt Buntline Scout Single Action Revolver, #67137F, .22 LR cal., 9.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory black checkered grips. Mfg'd 1959. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% lightly thinning blue, with losses at muzzle and small scratches to cylinder; minor thinning to backstrap. Crisp grips and action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$650. (C&R/PPT)

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''Oliver Winchester'' Commem. Model 94 Rifle ''Oliver Winchester'' Commem. Model 94 Rifle

''Oliver Winchester'' Commem. Model 94 Rifle

Lot #86 (Sale Order 86 of 605)

''Oliver Winchester'' Commemorative Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle, #OFW4948, .38-55 cal., 24'' blued steel octagon barrel with standard sights and is marked on the right side in gold script ''Oliver F. Winchester''. Gold-plated receiver, lever, and forend cap; receiver is extensively roll engraved with Winchester factory and western related scenes. Nicely figured straight grip fleur d'lis checkered walnut stock and forend, with gold-plated Oliver Winchester medallion in stock, and blued crescent buttplate. In original Styrofoam box with matching end label and polychrome sleeve. Mfg'd 1980. Condition to rifle is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Forend cap and bottom edge of the frame with a few light handling marks. Polychrome sleeve is very good showing moderate edge wear. Styrofoam lid is in two-pieces but complete; lower section is missing a portion of one of the corners. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R List)

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Winchester Centennial '66 Model 94 Commem. Lever Action Rifle Winchester Centennial '66 Model 94 Commem. Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Centennial '66 Model 94 Commem. Lever Action Rifle

Lot #87 (Sale Order 87 of 605)

Winchester Centennial '66 Model 94 Commemorative Lever Action Rifle, #76609, .30-30 cal., 26'' blue octagonal barrel, gold-plated frame, forend cap and buttplate; satin finished smooth walnut stock, upper tang marked ''Winchester Centennial '66''. In original box with polychrome slipcover. Approx. 102,309 produced. Condition is excellent, appearing unfired, showing only the lightest handling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 94 Buffalo Bill Commem. Rifle Winchester Model 94 Buffalo Bill Commem. Rifle

Winchester Model 94 Buffalo Bill Commem. Rifle

Lot #88 (Sale Order 88 of 605)

Winchester Model 94 Buffalo Bill Commemorative Lever Action Rifle, #WC80948, .30-30 cal., 26'' octagon barrel with standard sights; right side marked in silver ''Buffalo Bill Commemorative''. Receiver with a dark blue finish and light commemorative engraving to both sides; upper tang is marked in silver W.F. Cody Chief of Scouts''. Straight grip walnut stock and forend with nickel-plated buttplate and forend cap; right side of buttstock with inlaid commemorative medallion. In original box with matching end label and polychrome sleeve, Winchester shipping box, and includes hang tag, certificate, and Buffalo Bill pamphlet. Mfg'd in 1968. Overall condition is excellent appearing as new and unfired. Polychrome slipcover is also excellent; some of the original glue has come loose and could be easily re-adhered, no rips or tears. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Winchester Wells Fargo Commemorative 1894 Carbine Winchester Wells Fargo Commemorative 1894 Carbine

Winchester Wells Fargo Commemorative 1894 Carbine

Lot #89 (Sale Order 89 of 605)

Winchester Wells Fargo Commemorative 1894 Lever Action Carbine, #WFC18914, .30-30 cal., 20'' blue barrel, antique silver-plated roll engraved frame, left side with coach drawn by six horses surrounded by scroll border; right side with frontier town and initials ''WS&Co'' and the dates 1852-1977. Nickeled silver medallion in checkered walnut stock marked, ''Wells Fargo & Co. 1852-1977/125 Years''. One of 19,999 produced. Condition is excellent with light toning to silver plate, several very small marks to stock and forend. Good action, appearing unfired. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R List)

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Repro. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by H&R Repro. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by H&R

Repro. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by H&R

Lot #90 (Sale Order 90 of 605)

Reproduction U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Officer's Model Trapdoor Single Shot Cartridge Carbine, by Harrington & Richardson, with original box, #5677, .45-70 Govt. CF cal., blued 26'' round barrel with dovetailed bead blade front and folding adjustable Vernier rear tang sights marked on left side ahead of breech with a ''P'' proofmark and ''U.S. Model 1873/Cal. 45-70 Govt.'' in two lines, and ''Harrington & Richardson, Inc./Worcester, Mass. Made in U.S.A.'' on right; case hardened breech (marked ''Ser. No. 5677'' on right side, and ''H&R'' on left), trapdoor (marked ''US/Model/1873'' in three lines), thumb release, lockplate (marked ''(spread eagle)/U.S./Springfield'' in two lines), hammer, triggerguard, single spring-retained barrel band, and buttplate (marked ''US'' behind top tang screw) are sparsely floral engraved; ''tree''-engraved pewter nosecap; single blued steel under-barrel ramrod finial; hardwood ramrod with knurled metal tip; oil-stained walnut halfstock with checkered panels at wrist and forend. Condition is near new and unfired, the blued parts retaining all of their original blue-black finish, the case hardened parts retaining all of their fiery coloration. Stock is smooth and shows a lovely red color, nice grain, deep checkering, and an encircled ''P'' proofmark under the wrist. Action is strong and smooth; bore shows blue and deep rifling. Heavy printed cardboard box with interior cut-out fitted to the gun includes a 4-page owner's manual, plastic bag for the gun, and an oval brass plate engraved with the rifle's description and ''1871-1971''. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)

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Uberti Henry West Point Civil War Tribute Rifle Uberti Henry West Point Civil War Tribute Rifle

Uberti Henry West Point Civil War Tribute Rifle

Lot #91 (Sale Order 91 of 605)

Limited Production America Remembers Uberti Henry Lever Action West Point Civil War Tribute Rifle, #19089, and is #151 of 300. Chambered in .44-40 cal., with a 24.25'' blued barrel, and 24k gold-plated receiver, lever, and crescent-shaped buttplate. Both sides of the receiver with extensive Civil War themed decorations as well as several portraits, including Custer, S. Jackson, R.E. Lee, U.S. Grant, etc. Straight grip walnut stock with a high gloss finish. This rifle includes a black plastic Gun Guard case with white outer America Remembers cardboard wrap, cable lock, maroon colored protective sleeve, America Remembers cleaning cloth, and plain white shipping box. In excellent as new and unfired condition. Gold-plated receiver with a few slight handling marks. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)(Sierra Sid's Casino, Sparks, NV.)

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Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Lot #92 (Sale Order 92 of 605)

Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #6238063, .45 LC cal., 20'' round barrel, blue finish, straight grip walnut stock and forend, checkered black plastic Winchester buttplate, dovetailed blade front sight and sporting rear sight with elevator, cross-bolt safety. Condition overall is excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue finish; metal with a few slight handling and storage marks. Wood with a nice even satin type finish; top edge of buttstock with a single moderate impression and thin scratch on the right side near the buttplate. Crisp action, excellent bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern)

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Winchester Model 94AE Trapper Winchester Model 94AE Trapper

Winchester Model 94AE Trapper

Lot #93 (Sale Order 93 of 605)

Winchester Model 94AE Trapper, #5273767, .30-30 cal., 16'' round barrel, blue finish, color case hardened receiver, oil-finished straight grip walnut stock and forend, black composite Winchester buttplate, saddlering, dovetailed blade front sight, sporting rear sight with elevator. Overall condition is excellent, appearing near new. Metal retains approx. 99%+ original blue and vibrant case colors. Lever and buttstock show a few minor handling marks. Buttplate with five inexplicable small puncture marks to the face and one to the edge. Crisp action; bright and clean bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern)

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1st Yr. Marlin ''New'' Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle 1st Yr. Marlin ''New'' Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle

1st Yr. Marlin ''New'' Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #94 (Sale Order 94 of 605)

1st Year Marlin ''New'' Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle, #B004296, .45-70 cal., 22'' round barrel, blue finish, plain straight grip walnut stock and forend, checkered black composite ''Marlin Safety'' buttplate, dovetailed front sight with silver bead, semi-buckhorn rear sight with elevator, with hammer extension. Mfg'd in 1972, this rifle has early features such as 8-groove rifling (Pre-Micro Groove) and does not feature the push-button safety. Metal surfaces retain approx. 98% original finish and rate as excellent overall, with a few thin scratches and small handling marks. Wood is near excellent for a 47-year-old rifle and shows a handful of normal small and shallow dings and scratches from handling and use, most noticeable on the bottom edge near the Marlin ''bullseye'' and a moderate dent on the bottom of the forend. ''JM'' on the barrel was not struck well and is partially visible, remaining factory lettering is clear and defined. Smooth crisp action; bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $650-$850. (Modern)

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Pedersoli Rolling Block Sporting Rifle Pedersoli Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Pedersoli Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Lot #95 (Sale Order 95 of 605)

Pedersoli Rolling Block Single Shot Sporting Rifle, with Target Sights, #R09628, .38-55 cal., 28'' round blued steel barrel, color case hardened frame, smooth straight grip oil-finished walnut stock and forend, with color case hardened crescent steel buttplate. Rifle also features globe front sight with Spirit level, rear sight has been removed and filled with a dovetailed blank, and a long-range Creedmoor tang sight that is adjustable for windage and elevation. Standard Pedersoli markings and is also stamped in small letters on left side of receiver ''Dixie Gun Work/Tennessee''. Overall condition is excellent. Approx. 98% blue finish remains and 95% case colors; metal with intermittent light marks from storage and handling, mainly between the barrel band and receiver, near the front sight, and left side of receiver. Wood is also excellent; right side of forend near the metal with a very shallow faint impression; right side of buttstock with a few light and thin vertical scratches, overall with a nice even color and finish. Excellent action; bright clean bore. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Modern)

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Pedersoli Rolling Block Target Rifle Pedersoli Rolling Block Target Rifle

Pedersoli Rolling Block Target Rifle

Lot #96 (Sale Order 96 of 605)

Pedersoli Rolling Block Single Shot Target Rifle, #R011483, .45-70 cal., 30'' octagonal blued steel barrel, with color case hardened frame. Semi-gloss finished pistol-grip walnut stock with color case hardened buttplate, smooth forend is finished with nickel silver cap. This rifle also features double set triggers, globe front sight, buckhorn rear sight with elevator, and a long-range Creedmoor tang sight that is adjustable for both windage and elevation. Barrel with standard Pedersoli markings and is also stamped ''Dixie Gun Work/Tennessee''. Overall condition is excellent. Approx. 99% factory blue finish remains; 95+ case colors with a little fading at the lower tang; left side of receiver with a small scratch that is in line with the hammer. Wood also retains nearly all of the original finish; forend with a small amount of shallow handling marks; bottom edge of the buttstock with a few small surface dents; checkering at the pistol grips shows no visible wear. Adjustment knobs on the Creedmoor sight and the double set triggers function properly. Excellent action and bright clean bore, does not appear to have been fired very often. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern)

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Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle

Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle

Lot #97 (Sale Order 97 of 605)

Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle, with Leupold scope, #01698NW247, .45-70 cal., 28'' tapered octagon barrel, dark blue finish, high grade checkered straight grip walnut stock with gloss finish, Schnabel forend, black rubber Browning recoil pad, sling swivel studs, dovetailed Rocky Mountain type front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Topped with a Leupold Vari-X II 3-9x40mm scope on Browning rings, with Butler Creek covers; scope with duplex reticle. Metal appears as new, with only a few insignificant handling marks. Wood with a few thin impressions and scratches to left side of buttstock, otherwise in excellent condition with sharp, unmarred checkering. Barrel address with crisp raised edges. Smooth action; mirror bright, clean bore. Scope is also excellent with bright and clear optics. Overall this rifle appears to have been fired very little. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)

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Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Sporting Rifle Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Sporting Rifle

Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Sporting Rifle

Lot #98 (Sale Order 98 of 605)

Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Single Shot Sporting Rifle, #6079B, .45-70 cal., 32'' matte finish medium-weight octagonal barrel, case colored frame, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and Schnabel forend, double set triggers, standard rear and Rocky Mountain front sight. Topped with a MV8 6x scope measuring 35.5'' overall, with steel screw-on scope covers. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Finish, stock, action and bore are excellent. Unique center circle duplex reticle scope optics are excellent. In grey plastic hard case. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Modern)

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Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Grade II Rifle Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Grade II Rifle

Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Grade II Rifle

Lot #99 (Sale Order 99 of 605)

Ruger No. 1 Lyman Centennial Edition Grade II Single Shot Rifle, #131-41554, commemorative #L-78-0199, .45-70 cal., 28'' round heavy tapered barrel. Both sides of receiver with scroll and commemorative ''Lyman 1878-1978'' engraving, right side also with an engraved deer. High grade checkered pistol-grip walnut stock with Schnabel forend, Ruger grip cap, red rubber Ruger pad with black spacer and rear sling swivel stud and barrel mounted front stud. Topped with a Lyman Century Model 4x scope with fine crosshair reticle, threaded steel covers, adjustable rings, measures 34'' overall, and is numbered to the gun. Approx. 98% original blue finish remains and metal surfaces rate as excellent overall showing a few light handling marks. Wood is very good showing signs of moderate range use with intermittent shallow impressions, a little higher concentrated at the Schnabel forend; checkering is mostly clean and sharp, both the stock and forend with a good even finish and natural wood grain pattern. Crisp action, excellent bright bore. Scope with scattered light scratches to the exterior, optics are clear. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern)

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Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle

Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle

Lot #100 (Sale Order 100 of 605)

Browning Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle, #03683NW247, .30-06 cal., 28'' tapered octagonal barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut stock, with peep rear and hooded globe type front sight. Made in Japan. Condition is excellent showing only the lightest marks from handling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern)

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German Made ''Original Bowie Knife'' German Made ''Original Bowie Knife''

German Made ''Original Bowie Knife''

Lot #101 (Sale Order 101 of 605)

German Made ''Original Bowie Knife'', given as a gift by Actor Clint Walker. Bright polished 8'' steel blade with ''Original Bowie Knife'' stamped lettering that is polished down a bit. Marked at the ricasso ''Solingen Cutlery, B.S. VOBODA, Made in Germany''. On one side of blade is hand written in ink ''Good luck Charley, Your ol...'' Grip panels are stag retained by three brass rivets, with full tang and nickel silver ''S''-shaped guard. Overall length is 13''. Leather sheath with white stitching and rivets, is stamped ''Made in Germany''. Hand written on the sheath in ink is ''Thanks Charley for lots of good music. Best of Luck. Clint Walker.'' Includes a Notarized Affidavit of Ownership and Sale from Carolyn Aldridge, wife of actor and writer Charley Aldridge, stating that this knife was presented to her husband Charley from actor and singer Clint Walker, who stated it was used in movies. Clint Walker was best known for his starring role in the western TV series ''Cheyenne'' from 1955-1963. Also includes a CD entitled ''Tombstone'', by Charley Aldridge, dedicated to his friend Clint Walker, and copies of photographs of the two together. Est.: $450-$600.

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Rare Puma #3599 Hirschfanger Hunting Knife Rare Puma #3599 Hirschfanger Hunting Knife

Rare Puma #3599 Hirschfanger Hunting Knife

Lot #102 (Sale Order 102 of 605)

Rare Puma #3599 Hirschfanger Fixed Blade Hunting Knife, with the original box and sheath, 9.75'' blade, 15.25'' overall, stag handle; nickel silver hilt, ferrule, and pommel. Mfg'd in 1988. Included is the original black leather sheath with hang tag, wood box with correct end label and Puma medallion on the outside of the lid, foam insert, sharpening instructions, small Puma pocket catalog with skinning instructions, moisture strips, and four (4) sheets in German that are related to the Hirschfanger. The knife itself is in excellent as new overall condition. Sheath is also in unused condition but some of the green foam interior is stuck to the backside of the belt loop. Wood case is very good, exterior with light scratches and impressions from storage; foam piece on the inside of the lid shows a little deterioration and needs to be reattached. A hard-to-find knife complete with all of the hang tags, associated paperwork, etc. Est.: $600-$900.

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Randall Model 11 ''Alaskan Skinner'' Knife Randall Model 11 ''Alaskan Skinner'' Knife

Randall Model 11 ''Alaskan Skinner'' Knife

Lot #103 (Sale Order 103 of 605)

Randall Model 11 ''Alaskan Skinner'' Fixed Blade Knife, with sheath, 5'' blade with standard Randall stainless logo, and 1'' portion on the top of the blade is notched for finger/thumb placement; 9-5/8'' overall length. Stag handle with brass single hilt and wrist thong ferrule, with black and brass spacers. In black leather Randall sheath stamped on backside with Randall logo and ''11 5'', with ''Randall Made'' snaps, unmarked salmon-colored sharpening stone, and black leg tie. In excellent as new overall condition, never carried or sharpened. Good looking solid piece of stag. Sheath is excellent. Est.: $400-$600.

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Randall Model 4-6 ''Fighter'' Fixed Blade Knife Randall Model 4-6 ''Fighter'' Fixed Blade Knife

Randall Model 4-6 ''Fighter'' Fixed Blade Knife

Lot #104 (Sale Order 104 of 605)

Randall Model 4-6 ''Fighter'' Fixed Blade Knife, with sheath, 6'' blade with standard Randall stainless logo; 10-7/8'' overall length. Stag handle with nickel silver double hilt and duralumin pommel cap with black and silver spacers. In brown leather ''4F'' Randall sheath stamped on backside with Randall logo and ''4F'', with ''Randall Made'' snaps and unmarked salmon-colored sharpening stone. In excellent overall condition, never carried or sharpened. Hilt and pommel cap with a few minor handling marks. Sheath is excellent. Est.: $450-$600.

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Randall Model 1 ''Fighting'' Knife Randall Model 1 ''Fighting'' Knife

Randall Model 1 ''Fighting'' Knife

Lot #105 (Sale Order 105 of 605)

Randall Model 1 ''Fighting'' Knife, with sheath, 8'' blade with Randall logo, 13'' overall, stacked leather washer handle, nickel silver double hilt, all thin spacers with a combination of two red, two white, and one bluish/gray center spacer at the hilt; one each at the duralumin pommel cap. In brown leather Randall sheath, stamped on back with Randall logo and ''8'', with smooth nickel snaps, and includes a plain salmon-colored sharpening stone. Condition is excellent, never carried or sharpened. Hilt and pommel cap with a small amount of fine micro-scratching. Sheath rates fine with a handful of scattered shallow impressions and small marks, stitching and seams are excellent. Est.: $400-$600.

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Custom Japanese Wakizashi Custom Japanese Wakizashi

Custom Japanese Wakizashi

Lot #106 (Sale Order 106 of 605)

Japanese Wakizashi, by Custom Knife Maker Jim Hrisoulas. A nice hand-forged modern Japanese style sword with a shobu-zukuri shape, and O-kissaki. Notare or wavy style hamon temperline with visible grain structure to the steel, showing layers of folded metal. Wonderful tight forging, a well-made blade. Polished surface shows off the bright temper line and distinctive parting line denoting the tip or point, with brass habaki collar. Tang is signed ''Made for John Klein'' with an ''8R'' inside a heart stamp; the other side of the tang is signed ''Jim Hrisoulas 02/2010''. Purportedly 1 of 125, and made of 1070 and L6 damascus steel. Blade is housed in a custom made set of mounts also by Jim Hrisoulas. Handle is covered with black rayskin and wrapped with a black and gold cloth cord in a traditional Japanese manor. The menuki are cast gold-colored flowers. Handle fittings are black coated metal, the upper one (kashira) with a flower design on top. The saya scabbard is wood covered with black and gold lacquered leather that has a crackled finish overall. This is an Aikuchi style mount, not designed for a tsuba or handguard. Jim Hrisoulas was voted one of the top ten most influential bladesmiths of the past 50 years. Est.: $800-$1,500.

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Jim Hrisoulas Damascus Seax

Lot #107 (Sale Order 107 of 605)

Jim Hrisoulas Damascus Seax, with Celtic pattern sheath by Dave Creger, 11'' wire pattern Damascus blade with nickel highlights, blade is marked ''8R'' (inside of a heart). 17.25'' overall, smooth antler handle; brass ferrule, pommel, and pommel cap. Creger brown leather sheath with an approx 4.75'' long tooled Celtic design. In excellent as new overall condition. The wire Damascus pattern really shows well and the handle has a nice natural aged look to it. Sheath is also in new unused condition. Included is a padded soft pouch. Est.: $500-$700.

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Winchester Winder Musket Single Shot Rifle Winchester Winder Musket Single Shot Rifle

Winchester Winder Musket Single Shot Rifle

Lot #108 (Sale Order 108 of 605)

Winchester Winder Musket Single Shot Rifle, #121682, .22 Short cal., 28'' barrel, blue finish, finger-grooved 3/4-length walnut stock and handguard, with sling swivels and slightly more modern tang sight. Mfg'd prior to 1920. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 95% blue; frame with 30% flaking blue remaining. Stock and forend are fine with mild impressions and light wear. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle

Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle

Lot #109 (Sale Order 109 of 605)

Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle, #100866, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and 17-groove large pump forend, with checkered black buttplate. Mfg'd 1940. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% original blue, with thinning at high edges and in actioning areas. Stock with small scuffs and minor impressions and very light scratches. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #110 (Sale Order 110 of 605)

Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle, #46560, .348 WCF cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and forend, checkered steel buttplate, with Lyman receiver sight. Mfg'd 1957. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% finish. Light handling marks to stock. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle

Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle

Lot #111 (Sale Order 111 of 605)

Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle, #50837, .351 cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, standard sights. Mfg'd 1946. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 94% lightly thinning blue, with most of the losses to high edges left side. Stock with light scratches. Action is good, bore is mirror bright. A very late production example with no model nomenclature to upper tang; hooked op rod tip. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle

Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle

Lot #112 (Sale Order 112 of 605)

Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle, #46708, .351 cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, standard rear and Lyman brass bead front sight. Mfg'd 1936. Condition is near excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 92% lightly thinning and flaking blue. Stock with mild impressions and light bruising, with an extra coat of linseed oil applied. Action is good, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Savage Model 99 Lever Action Carbine Savage Model 99 Lever Action Carbine

Savage Model 99 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #113 (Sale Order 113 of 605)

Savage Model 99 Lever Action Carbine, #361536, .303 Sav. cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened lever, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with serrated steel buttplate. Mfg'd 1938. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 95% thinning blue with some small scratches. Factory peep sight has been removed revealing the two holes in upper tang; rearmost sight on barrel has been neatly filled with a dovetail blank. Stock and forend are excellent with just the lightest impressions. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Remington Model 81 Semi-Automatic Rifle Remington Model 81 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Model 81 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #114 (Sale Order 114 of 605)

Remington Model 81 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #17771, .35 Rem. cal., 21.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, with added Redfield peep sight. Condition is fine retaining approx. 97% original blue. Rearmost frame screw left side with mild screw slot deformation and very light chatter marks in same general area. Stock with light scuffs, several scratches, and an additional coat of varnish. Good action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock) S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock)

S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock)

Lot #115 (Sale Order 115 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #14458, .44 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, unnumbered factory diamond checkered walnut grips with brass S&W medallions and lanyard loop in butt, fixed sights, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Mfg'd 1914. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 80% thinning blue. Grips show moderate wear. Good action, bright bore. A scarce configuration. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Triplelock Revolver

Lot #116 (Sale Order 116 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #7230, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, unnumbered factory diamond checkered walnut grips with brass S&W medallions, standard fixed sights, with matching numbered cylinder. Shipped Oct. 18, 1913, to Simmons Hardware, St. Louis, MO, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is excellent. Revolver retains approx. 96% factory blue, with light wear at muzzle and forward portion of cylinder, with index line and thinning in actioning area. Strong front and back strap; strong case colors to both hammer and trigger. Grips are crisp with some light impressions to right panel and butt area. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Triplelock Revolver

Lot #117 (Sale Order 117 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #9487, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, nickel finish, pearl grips, standard fixed sights. Factory letter verifies all features except pearl grips, as this example was originally shipped with checkered walnut grips on Aug. 5, 1915, to Cowdrey & Co., NYC, NY, a large export distributor, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Left grip panel features five circle-dot motifs in scallop area, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% thinning and lightly flaking nickel, with losses at muzzle and very light lifting to left side of barrel near caliber marking, and in the area adjacent to the cylinder latch. Grips remain very iridescent with small loss at toe of right panel. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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English Proofed S&W 2nd Model Hand Ejector Revolver English Proofed S&W 2nd Model Hand Ejector Revolver

English Proofed S&W 2nd Model Hand Ejector Revolver

Lot #118 (Sale Order 118 of 605)

English Proofed Smith & Wesson 2nd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #46643, .455 cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, unnumbered diamond checkered walnut grips with brass S&W medallions and lanyard loop in butt, fixed sights, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped March 9, 1916, to Remington-UMC, NYC, NY, who were at that time purchasing agents for the British government, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Factory records verify this revolver's barrel length and finish. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% original factory blue, with wear at muzzle, top strap, and forward edges of cylinder. Vivid case colors to hammer, trigger, and lanyard loop. Thin index mark to rear portion of cylinder; strong front and back strap. Grips with mild flattening, good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver

S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver

Lot #119 (Sale Order 119 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #14443, .44 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, border engraved with blue finish, diamond checkered ivory grips. Shipped April 14, 1917, to Shapleigh Hardware, St. Louis, MO, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Letter states that this revolver was shipped with a 4'' barrel non-engraved, blue finish, and checkered walnut grips. An additional 1984 letter from J. Dale Terry states that this particular revolver was purchased by Mr. Terry in the 1960s from the estate of Russell B. Smith of Vernon, TX, who was an old-time lawman and bodyguard. He was also a Deputy Sheriff in Bartlesville, OK, and a U.S. Deputy Marshall in the 1920s. He received this pistol as a gift from E. Paul Waggoner from the famed Waggoner Ranch near Vernon. Condition is excellent as period engraved and later refinished. Revolver retains approx. 98% of that blue. Matching cylinder is a plum color, and white metal insert has been added to the front sight of the matching numbered barrel. Checkered ivory grips are outstanding with minor inclusions to right side panel. Action is good, bore is fine. An interesting lawman's firearm that bears further research. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Revolver S&W 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Revolver

S&W 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Revolver

Lot #120 (Sale Order 120 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #41199, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, matching numbered factory checkered walnut grips with bright medallions, notched semi-Patridge front sight and fixed rear sight, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped May 6, 1932, to Wolf & Klar, Ft. Worth, TX, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning and lightly flaking factory blue. Little finish remains on front or back strap. Grips with moderate wear and previous owner's initials inscribed to inside of panels. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W Victory Model Double Action Revolver S&W Victory Model Double Action Revolver

S&W Victory Model Double Action Revolver

Lot #121 (Sale Order 121 of 605)

Smith & Wesson Victory Model Double Action Revolver, #V648967, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, dulite finish, matching numbered smooth walnut grips, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped Aug. 27, 1944, to J. Howell Flourney, Shreveport, LA, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. The shipment to the Defense Supply Commission for this day was 500 units with 2'' barrels. Condition is fine retaining approx. 80% thinning dulite finish. Grips with smooth even wear. Smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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Early Colt Model 1905 Semi-Auto Pistol Early Colt Model 1905 Semi-Auto Pistol

Early Colt Model 1905 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #122 (Sale Order 122 of 605)

Early Colt Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #203, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, high polish blue finish, factory checkered diamond walnut grips, with one all-blue factory magazine with high polish follower and floorplate. Checkered round tab hammer, standard sights. Mfg'd 1906. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 80%-85% thinning high polish blue, with most of the losses to the slide, front and back straps. Grips with mild to just moderate flattening, more pronounced to right panel. Bottom of magazine retains approx. 60% of its original high polish blue. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1902 Military Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Model 1902 Military Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Model 1902 Military Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #123 (Sale Order 123 of 605)

Colt Model 1902 Military Semi-Automatic Pistol, #31295, .38 ACP cal., 6'' barrel, high polish blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with one correct factory magazine. Mfg'd 1914. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 80%-85% thinning blue. Grips with minor flattening. Good action, fair bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1911-A1 Transitional Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Model 1911-A1 Transitional Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Model 1911-A1 Transitional Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #124 (Sale Order 124 of 605)

Colt Model 1911-A1 Transitional Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #706617, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one two-tone magazine. Mfg'd 1924. Condition is excellent as professionally restored, retaining approx. 98%+ of an excellently applied accurate finish. Grips with very light flattening. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #125 (Sale Order 125 of 605)

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Automatic Pistol, #73952, .25 ACP cal., 2'' barrel, blue and case colored finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with one two-tone unmarked magazine. Mfg'd 1912. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% original blue with light edgewear to slide, somewhat more pronounced at muzzle. Good action, bore is dark. Est.: $500-$600. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #126 (Sale Order 126 of 605)

Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Automatic Pistol, #133263, .380 cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, and one correct two-tone magazine marked ''Cal.380/Colt''. Mfg'd 1941. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% lightly thinning blue, with most of the losses at forward portion of slide. Strong front strap and grip safety. Light wear in actioning area of trigger. Grips with only the lightest flattening to checks. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Triplelock Revolver S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Triplelock Revolver

S&W 1st Model Hand Ejector Triplelock Revolver

Lot #127 (Sale Order 127 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver (Triplelock), #5611, .455 cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, unmarked factory diamond checkered walnut grips with brass S&W medallions and lanyard loop in butt, fixed sights, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped April 1, 1915, to Wilkinson Sword, Ltd., London, England, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Factory letter verifies blue finish, 6.5'' barrel, and checkered walnut grips. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 90% thinning factory blue, with ''(crown)/V'' proofmarks, as well as London proofmarks, to frame, barrel and cylinder. Mid-1950's Release from British Service markings to right side of barrel. Trigger with added trigger shoe. Grips with some wear. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R/PPT)

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Pre-War S&W Non-Registered Magnum Revolver Pre-War S&W Non-Registered Magnum Revolver

Pre-War S&W Non-Registered Magnum Revolver

Lot #128 (Sale Order 128 of 605)

Pre-War Smith & Wesson Non-Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver, #61646, .357 mag. cal., 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, unnumbered factory checkered diamond walnut grips with bright medallions, adjustable rear sight, changeable ramp blade front sight, checkered topstrap and barrel rib, fully knurled hammerspur, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped July 10, 1940, to Chief of Police James M. Flutz, Visalia, CA, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. This revolver was ordered through the King Gunsight Co., San Francisco, CA, and then shipped to Chief Flutz. Letter verifies barrel length, finish, and grips. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% factory blue, with losses at muzzle, high edges of cylinder, micro-scratching to sideplate, and some thinning adjacent to cylinder latch. Strong front and back strap. Excellent grips, smooth crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver

S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver

Lot #129 (Sale Order 129 of 605)

Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver, #51047, .357 mag. cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, unnumbered factory checkered S&W Magna grips, gold bead front and adjustable square notch rear sight, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Magnum Registration number 2016 marked inside of crane. Shipped to James Mathews, RD No. 1, East Stroudsburg, PA, March 9, 1937, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Factory letter verifies barrel length, gold bead front, square notch rear sight, blue finish, and checkered walnut Magna stocks, also stating that this revolver was sighted in at the factory at 50 yards using dead center hold. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% factory blue with wear at muzzle. Index line to cylinder and thinning in actioning areas. Grips exhibit strong sharp checkering but have been shooter modified to left panel by removing the upper portion above medallion for easier access to cylinder latch. Action is crisp and smooth, bore is mirror bright. Out of approx. 5,500 mfg'd, just 79 were sold with 7.5'' barrels. Est.: $8,000-$12,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver

S&W Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver

Lot #130 (Sale Order 130 of 605)

Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum Double Action Revolver, #54471, .357 mag. cal., 6'' barrel, nickel finish, non-matching factory checkered S&W Magna grips, gold bead front and adjustable rear sight, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Magnum Registration number 3226 marked inside of crane. Shipped Nov. 19, 1937, to Block Bros., Selma, AL, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Factory letter verifies finish, barrel length, and grips. Revolver was refinished in August of 1978, as indicated by the marks under the grips. Considered scarce with only 174 mfg'd in nickel. Condition is excellent as factory refinished, retaining approx. 98%+ slightly toning nickel. Some discoloring to case-colored trigger. Grips and action are excellent, bore is bright. Est.: $4,500-$6,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Royal Flying Corp S&W Hand Ejector Revolver Royal Flying Corp S&W Hand Ejector Revolver

Royal Flying Corp S&W Hand Ejector Revolver

Lot #131 (Sale Order 131 of 605)

Royal Flying Corp English Proofed Smith & Wesson 2nd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #55098, .455 cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with brass medallions (unnumbered), and lanyard loop in butt. Upper portion of backstrap marked ''42/RFC/21'', indicating use by the 42nd Squadron of the RFC with this pistol kept in rack position 21. Formed on April 1st, 1916, the 42nd Squadron spent the first World War flying reconnaissance missions on both the Western front and Austro-Italian front. After the war they returned to England and were disbanded on June 26, 1919. All matching visible numbers including cylinder and barrel. Mfg'd late 1915 to early 1916. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning and toning blue, with light minor scratching overall and most of the losses to forward third of barrel. Minor flattening to grips. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W Victory Model Double Action Revolver S&W Victory Model Double Action Revolver

S&W Victory Model Double Action Revolver

Lot #132 (Sale Order 132 of 605)

Smith & Wesson Victory Model Double Action Revolver, #V176757, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, dulite finish, matching numbered smooth walnut grips, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Topstrap marked ''United States Property''. Shipped Dec. 1, 1942, to U.S. Gov't, Ft. Mason, CA, 200 units in shipment, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Condition is fine retaining approx. 80% thinning dulite finish. Sideplate additionally electro-pencil marked ''R2600''. Grips with smooth even wear and oil darkening. Smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model of 1895 Double Action Revolver Colt Model of 1895 Double Action Revolver

Colt Model of 1895 Double Action Revolver

Lot #133 (Sale Order 133 of 605)

Colt Model of 1895 Double Action Cartridge Revolver, #1223, .38 Colt CF cal., 6'' round barrel marked on top ahead of juncture with frame: ''Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co., Hartford, CT. U.S.A./Patented Aug. 5, 1884, Nov. 6, 88, Mar. 5, 95'' in two lines and ''Colt. D.A. 38'' on left side, fitted with a tall semi-circular blade front sight; 6-shot ''swing-out'' cylinder with short flutes has an ''RAC'' (Rinaldo A. Carr) military inspector's mark on rear face and features automatic cartridge ejection via a sliding cylinder axle; solid frame (with top groove rear sight, sliding cylinder release and integral triggerguard) marked ''RAC'' in matching tiny letters at rear hump on left side and with a tiny ''2'' under left grip; two-piece oil-finished walnut grips (inside left grip marked ''8'' at bottom and with a previous owner's initials ''GS''). Mfg'd 1895, originally with full-blued finish. Serial numbers match on frame, cylinder crane and sliding cylinder release (the latter also marked ''K'' and with a dot); all markings are sharp. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 80% glossy original deep Colt blue overall, the missing finish confined primarily to the gripstraps and triggerguard bow but also a patch at left-side muzzle, on right frame and general highpoint wear. Grips show a few minor dings but are solid and smooth. Action is crisp in both single- and double-actions; bore is clean with defined rifling. This revolver presents somewhat of an enigma, as it bears the ''RAC'' military inspector's marks and military style plain walnut grips; but no Army or Navy contract markings; likely it was an overrun revolver sold on the civilian market. It is also notable for being one of the earliest swing-out cylinder Colt models. Est.: $500-$700. (Antique)

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Early Colt Gov't Model Semi-Auto Pistol Early Colt Gov't Model Semi-Auto Pistol

Early Colt Gov't Model Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #134 (Sale Order 134 of 605)

Early Colt Government Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, in brown leather period correct holster, #C23515, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one two-tone lanyard loop magazine. Mfg'd late 1915. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% original factory blue with most of the losses to the forward half of slide from holster wear. Frontstrap with approx. 50% thinning with a little less at mainspring housing. Grips show mild wear. Good action, fine bore. Holster with oil darkening and scratch across front. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #135 (Sale Order 135 of 605)

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Automatic Pistol, #176239, .25 ACP cal., 2'' barrel, blue and case colored finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with one two-tone magazine. Mfg'd 1918. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% original blue with light edgewear to slide, somewhat more pronounced at muzzle, and small area of finish loss just above left triggerguard bow. Magazine is excellent as possibly refinished. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$600. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Auto Sporting Pistol Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Auto Sporting Pistol

Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Auto Sporting Pistol

Lot #136 (Sale Order 136 of 605)

Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Automatic Sporting Pistol, #32812, .22 LR cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory diamond checkered walnut grips, with one early factory two-tone magazine marked ''Cal.22/Colt''. Mfg'd 1922. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 94% lightly thinning blue, mostly at high edges. Very strong front and back strap. Grips with mild flattening. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$650. (C&R)

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Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #137 (Sale Order 137 of 605)

Colt Government Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #C99727, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one correct two-tone loopless magazine. Mfg'd 1918. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85%-90% lightly thinning blue, with some staining to slide. Strong front strap with approx. 75% blue remaining on mainspring housing. Grips with light flattening. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Lot #138 (Sale Order 138 of 605)

Colt Government Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, #C18076, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with one correct two-tone lanyard loop magazine. Mfg'd 1915. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% lightly thinning factory blue, with wear in actioning areas. Flaking in slide serrations. Strong front strap and mainspring housing. Grips with light flattening. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W .44 Hand Ejector Pre-Model 24 Revolver S&W .44 Hand Ejector Pre-Model 24 Revolver

S&W .44 Hand Ejector Pre-Model 24 Revolver

Lot #139 (Sale Order 139 of 605)

Smith & Wesson .44 Hand Ejector Model of 1950 Target (Pre-Model 24) Double Action Revolver, #S103971, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, nickel finish, matching numbered diamond checkered walnut grips with bright medallions, factory adjustable white outline rear sight and Patridge type front sight, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped Dec. 7, 1954, to Rex Firearms Co., New York, NY, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Considered scarce to S&W collectors with 5,050 units produced in both blue and nickel. Condition is excellent with nickel toning slightly dull and light general micro-scratching overall. Grips with minor wear. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 2nd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver S&W 2nd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver

S&W 2nd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver

Lot #140 (Sale Order 140 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 2nd Model Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #45444, .44 Spec. cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, matching numbered factory diamond checkered walnut grips with bright S&W medallions, fixed sight, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped July 1, 1935, to Bush Caldwell Co., Little Rock, AR, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. In non-matching period correct factory tip-up box with instructions and green end label. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning factory blue, with most of the losses at muzzle and very thin index line to cylinder. Very light thinning at topstrap, with one small area near sight groove of finish loss. Very strong front and back strap. Sideplate with minor speckling, as well as thinning in actioning areas. Grips are very crisp, as is action and bore. Box with some separation, edgewear, and tape repair; end label is 90% present. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Revolver S&W 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Revolver

S&W 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Revolver

Lot #141 (Sale Order 141 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Wolf & Klar Model 1926 Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #41348*, .44 Spec. cal., 5'' barrel, nickel finish, non-matching numbered factory checkered walnut grips with bright medallions, high Patridge front sight and early adjustable rear sight, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Shipped July 5, 1932, to Wolf & Klar, Ft. Worth, TX, with factory letter signed by S&W Historian Roy G. Jinks. Factory information states that there were 25 5'' nickel revolvers of this type shipped in this order. When the revolver left the factory, it had fixed and not target sights. Although not mentioned in the letter, this revolver was returned to the factory for possible repair or refinish in June of 1944 and is so marked beneath the left grip panel. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% factory nickel, with one small area of flaking to right side panel beneath hammer and light general micro-scratching. Grips with minor wear. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R/PPT)

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S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector 1926 Target Revolver S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector 1926 Target Revolver

S&W 3rd Model Hand Ejector 1926 Target Revolver

Lot #142 (Sale Order 142 of 605)

Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Hand Ejector 1926 Target Double Action Revolver, #35028, .44 Spec. cal., 6.5'' barrel, blue finish, non-matching factory diamond checkered walnut grips with bright S&W medallions, factory adjustable target sights with high Patridge front blade, with matching numbered cylinder and barrel. Mfg'd 1930. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue, with light scratches to barrel, and vivid case colors to hammer and trigger. Grips are excellent with some small marks near butt of left panel. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (C&R/PPT)

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Antique Japanese Katana Sword Antique Japanese Katana Sword

Antique Japanese Katana Sword

Lot #143 (Sale Order 143 of 605)

Antique Japanese Katana Sword. Traditionally mounted Japanese samurai long sword with a 27'' shinogi-zukuri style blade. Straight type temper line is a bit hard to see. Blade has some openings in the grain and few small edge nicks. Unsigned tang with two holes. Gold plated over copper habaki collar. Unsigned tsuba guard is iron and decorated with a scene of a god in the clouds. Handle fittings are a silver colored wave design, are a matched set, and unsigned. Handle is covered in rayskin and wrapped with a black silk cord. Menuki are three clam shells done in silvered brass. Saya scabbard is black lacquer showing numerous dents and scuffs, and retains almost all of the painted finish. Blade circa 1660 to 1700's. Est.: $800-$1,500.

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Antique Mounted Japanese Wakizashi Antique Mounted Japanese Wakizashi

Antique Mounted Japanese Wakizashi

Lot #143A (Sale Order 143 of 605)

Antique Mounted Japanese Wakizashi, with 20-5/8'' shinogi-zukuri signed blade, signed on tang: ''Takata ju Yukihisa'', who was a Bungo School smith. Blade dates from the late Koto period (1580) to the Shinto period (1650). The temperline is a faint series of peaked bumps called ''sanbon suji'' hamon. Condition is very good overall. Blade is bright with a couple spots of small forging flaws in non-critical areas. The tsuba guard is iron with copper decorations of plum branches and blossoms, and is unsigned. Handle is covered in rayskin and has its original dark blue silk wrapping showing heavy soiling from use. The menuki consist of a god, done in copper and shakudo, and a shakudo crane. The fuchi and kashira handle fittings feature a Shinto shrine gate or Torii, with pine trees, and a monk or priest with an umbrella, and are done in shakudo-nanako with gold. The saya scabbard is two-toned black and copper-colored lacquer; saya fittings are of a handachi style done in shakudo and gold. The kurikata (cord mount) on the scabbard appears to be a later replacement. The black woven cord on the saya, is tied in a traditional manor. Est.: $500-$1,000.

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WWII Era Japanese Officer's Sword Shingunto WWII Era Japanese Officer's Sword Shingunto

WWII Era Japanese Officer's Sword Shingunto

Lot #144 (Sale Order 144 of 605)

WWII Era Japanese Officer's Sword Shingunto, with arsenal stamp, signed and dated tang. The 26.25'' shinogi zukuri blade features a narrow suguha or straight temper line. Blade has been lightly sanded or scuffed overall, and has one very minor edge nick. No pitting. Fittings are typical of the mid war, 1941-43 pattern with a solid tsuba guard, silk cord wrapped handle and decorated fittings. Kashira or upper fitting of the handle is of a later war type usually found on the Type 44 shingunto officer's swords. (This may have been a field repair or replacement.) Silk cord wrapping on the handle shows soiling and age from use; fittings show wear and age. Scabbard paint is original and shows light scuffs and scrapes with about 95% paint remaining. Overall length is 38''. Est.: $600-$800.

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Japanese Type 90 Flare Pistol Japanese Type 90 Flare Pistol

Japanese Type 90 Flare Pistol

Lot #145 (Sale Order 145 of 605)

Japanese Type 90 Double Barrel Flare Pistol, by Kayaba Mfg., #8698, 25mm, 4'' barrels, blue and black finish, black plastic checkered grips, with lanyard ring. Barrel selector switch mounted to back of frame. Left side of frame with Kayaba Mfg. ''maker's mark'' and patent numbers ''93006'' and ''101355''. Top of barrel with four symbols; Kayaba Mfg. ''maker's mark'', ''cherry blossom'', Japanese ''inspector's mark'', and an ''anchor''. The numbers ''253'' can be found on some of the smaller parts. Condition is very good overall retaining approx. 97% blue finish, barrel with scattered tiny specks of pitting; approx. 90% black finish remains with a majority of the wear being to the front and back gripstrap. Grips are also very good showing normal moderate wear, checkering is mostly clean, no chips or cracks. Barrels remain tight to the frame. Action and barrel selector switch function properly. Bores are bright and clean with a little very shallow pitting near the muzzle. Est.: $600-$800.

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Late Nazi NSKK Dagger RZM Late Nazi NSKK Dagger RZM

Late Nazi NSKK Dagger RZM

Lot #146 (Sale Order 146 of 605)

Late Nazi NSKK Dagger RZM, with etched ''ULLES fur DEUTCHLAND'' motto on blade, maker marked on back side ''RZM M7/13'' for Arthur Schuttelhofer & Co. Blade shows numerous runner marks, is bright, and shows a lot of the original cross graining finish. The motto etching is a nice gray color. Wood handle features an aluminum eagle and enameled S/A roundel. Grip has a couple of small dings and scratches. Crossguards are the late pot metal type, which have lost some of their bright finish. Scabbard has nickel silver fittings in very good shape. Black painted finish on the scabbard shows wear, scratches, and crazing under the paint. Blade length is 8.75'', overall length is 14-5/8''. Est.: $450-$650.

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FEG-37 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Femaru FEG-37 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Femaru

FEG-37 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Femaru

Lot #147 (Sale Order 147 of 605)

FEG-37 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Femaru, #67516, .32 ACP cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, grooved walnut grips, with two (2) factory mags (both serial numbered to the gun) and a brown leather holster. Pistol coded ''JHV/43'' with ''WaA173'' ampt. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% original factory blue, with thinning to high edges of slide. Strong front and back strap. Grips are excellent, action is good, bore is bright. Matching numbered slide and frame. Holster shows moderate scuffs and good strap; flap has had shoulder components removed. An interesting pistol with approx. 50,000 mfg'd, many going to Luftwaffe pilots. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)

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1920 Commercial Luger 1920 Commercial Luger

1920 Commercial Luger

Lot #148 (Sale Order 148 of 605)

1920 Commercial Luger, #6606r, .30 Luger cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, factory checkered walnut grips, with nickel-plated aluminum based magazine marked ''Made in Germany 7.65''. Blank chamber, DWM marked toggle, ''Gesichert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor, ''(crown)/N'' proofmark to barrel and upper receiver. All visible matching serial numbers. ''Germany'' mark in cove of thumb safety. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 94% original blue with wear at muzzle, highpoints of sideplate, and in actioning areas. Grips are mostly crisp; good action, fine bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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American Eagle Model 1906 Luger American Eagle Model 1906 Luger

American Eagle Model 1906 Luger

Lot #149 (Sale Order 149 of 605)

American Eagle Model 1906 Luger, #31293, 7.65mm, 4.75'' barrel, blue finish with straw small parts, factory checkered walnut grips, with one correct nickel-plated unmarked wood base magazine. American eagle at chamber, DWM at center toggle link, bright polish area beneath lower thumb safety position, extractor marked ''Loaded'', ''Germany'' beneath serial number on frame, with all matching visible serial numbers. Condition is about fine as later refinished with correct rust type blue, and approx. 80%-85% of this finish remains. Grips with mild to just moderate flattening and one small loss beneath thumb safety. Good action, bore is very good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #150 (Sale Order 150 of 605)

Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #D12298, 9mm, 4.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory black checkered plastic grips, with two (2) magazines, combination tool, blue steel cleaning rod, and black leather holster. Left side of upper frame marked ''Husqvarna Vapenfabriks AB''; right side of upper receiver just forward ejection port marked ''Made in Sweden''. Condition is excellent showing just light thinning in actioning areas of safety and takedown lever. Grips, action and bore are as new. Holster with flaking to finish on flap, and missing the lower portion of securing strap. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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WWII Two-Tone German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol WWII Two-Tone German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol

WWII Two-Tone German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #151 (Sale Order 151 of 605)

WWII Two-Tone German P.38 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Mauser (byf-44), #4133e, 9mm, 4.75'' barrel, blue and phosphate finish, dark phenolic resin grips, with one wartime magazine marked ''P38U/jvd''. Matching numbered slide, frame, barrel, and locking block, with ''(eagle)/A135'' ampt. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 85% thinning blue with some touchup. Grips are very good with light scuffs and scratches. Action is good, bore is excellent. Magazine with little finish remaining. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #152 (Sale Order 152 of 605)

German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, by Steyr (bnz/43), #5593, 8x57mm cal., 23.6'' barrel, blued finish, laminated stock with cupped buttplate, inverted ''V'' front sight with hood and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''bnz/43'', and on left side receiver rail ''Mod.98''. Eagle stamps on left side of receiver ring and barrel. ''bb'' visible on right side of barrel. Faint waffenampt and ''H'' stamp on right side of buttstock. No cleaning rod. Replaced floorplate. Stock is wider than normal at wrist and butt. Matching numbered receiver, bolt and safety. Condition overall is very good with less than 40% finish remaining on the metal, with patina across the exposed barrel and front band, spots of rust at the rear of the receiver, and pitting across the triggerguard and buttplate. Wood is very good with a chip at the rear band, dark areas on the forend, and light handling marks. Action is rougher than normal (mid-war) but functional; bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)

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German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #153 (Sale Order 153 of 605)

German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #2230, 8x57mm cal., 23.6'' barrel, blued finish, laminated stock with cupped buttplate, inverted ''V'' front sight with hood and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''dou/43'', and on left side receiver rail ''Mod.98''. Eagle stamps on left side of barrel and receiver ring. Barrel stamped ''CM'', and ''dou''. Eagle waffenampt stamp on right side of buttstock. No cleaning rod. Matching numbers. Bolt closes on empty magazine. Condition overall is very good with approx. 90% of the reblued finish remaining on the metal (no finish on buttplate), with a mottled color to the bolt latch and browning to the front band, buttplate, etc. Stock has several delamination cracks and an overall dry appearance with some darkening and light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)

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Remington 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle Remington 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Remington 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #154 (Sale Order 154 of 605)

U.S. 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle, by Remington, #3338333, .30-06 cal., 24'' Remington barrel dated 2-44 with four grooves, parkerized finish with blue bolt and small parts, scant cut walnut stock, checkered blue steel buttplate, blue Brown & Sharp mfg'd bolt, blue magazine cutoff switch, rear sight and rear barrel band. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% finish to metal surfaces. Stock with light sanding as cartouches are faint. Good action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Smith-Corona Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle Smith-Corona Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Smith-Corona Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #155 (Sale Order 155 of 605)

Smith-Corona Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle, #3649176, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. SMITH CORONA MODEL 03-A3'', and on barrel behind front sight ''SC/(flaming bomb)/2 43''. ''R'' stamped on underside of bolt handle. Faint boxed ''FJA'' cartouche on left side of stock wrist next to Ordnance Dept ''wheel'' stamp. ''P'' firing proof on underside of wrist and inspection stamps forward of triggerguard. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal with wear across the bolt body. Wood has several gouges and shows an overall dark appearance. Action is still but functional, bright bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Est.: $650-$900. (C&R)

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Winchester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle Winchester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle

Winchester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #156 (Sale Order 156 of 605)

Winchester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, #1321106, .30-06 cal., 24'' Winchester barrel, parkerized finish, ''WRA/GHD'' cartouched walnut stock, WWII era lock bar rear sight, all Winchester components to trigger assembly, Winchester op rod and bolt, and correct Winchester buttplate. Dating from March 1943. Condition is very good to about fine, retaining approx. 90% dark arsenal parkerizing. Barrel is somewhat of a lighter gray/green. Stock with light sanding and very good cartouches. Good action, very good bore. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (C&R)

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Springfield M1-D Semi-Auto Sniper Rifle Springfield M1-D Semi-Auto Sniper Rifle

Springfield M1-D Semi-Auto Sniper Rifle

Lot #157 (Sale Order 157 of 605)

U.S. M1-D Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle, by Springfield, #2273077, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel marked ''S-A-2-52'', dark manganese phosphate finish, SA/GAW cartouched walnut stock with small Ordnance wheel, brown leather MRT 6-52 marked leather cheekpiece, topped with an M84 telescope (#41601) on standard M1-D mount. With WWI era M-1907 sling. M2 flash hider by the Hart Mfg. Co. Condition is excellent as arsenal reworked, with later type parkerizing. Stock with last three digits of serial number stamped at wrist, with light general impressions. Forward and upper handguard were replaced at time of overhaul and are slightly newer. Sling with moderate general overall wear. Good action, mirror bright bore, with clear scope optics. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R)

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Model 1913 Patton Enlisted Cavalry Saber Model 1913 Patton Enlisted Cavalry Saber

Model 1913 Patton Enlisted Cavalry Saber

Lot #158 (Sale Order 158 of 605)

Model 1913 Patton Enlisted Cavalry Saber, made by Springfield Armory and dated 1914. Condition is very good overall. The 35'' double-edged blade is bright, with some old dried grease on it, but should clean up nicely, marked at ricasso ''US 29546'' and ''S A 1914'' with the flaming bomb proofmark. Original leather blade washer is present, but a loose fit. Steel cupped guard shows some age, checkered grip panels are in good shape. Scabbard is covered in a khaki-colored woven cotton burlap material that shows age, soiling, and scuff marks. Metal tip on bottom of scabbard and metal top fitting with two mounting rings are in good shape. A nice example. Est.: $500-$700.

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Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #159 (Sale Order 159 of 605)

Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #283988, .45 ACP cal., 5'' correct ''PH'' marked barrel, blue finish, diamond checkered walnut grips, with one correct two-tone loopless magazine. Mfg'd 1918. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% generally thinning blue. Evidence of excess cleaning to portions of frame and slide. Markings to slide are clear, however, the Rampant Colt logo to rear portion of slide was struck very lightly. Grips show moderate flattening to checkers, most pronounced to left side. Action and bore are excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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1920 Commercial Luger 1920 Commercial Luger

1920 Commercial Luger

Lot #160 (Sale Order 160 of 605)

1920 Commercial Luger, #9814o, 9mm, 3-7/8'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, factory checkered walnut grips, with tin-plated unmarked wood based magazine. Blank chamber, DWM marked toggle, ''Gesichert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor, ''(crown)/N'' proofmark to barrel and upper receiver. All visible matching serial numbers. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% original blue with wear at muzzle, highpoints of sideplate, and in actioning areas. Grips with mild flattening and some bruising; good action, fine bore. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)

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Model 1908 Bulgarian Contract Luger Model 1908 Bulgarian Contract Luger

Model 1908 Bulgarian Contract Luger

Lot #161 (Sale Order 161 of 605)

Model 1908 Bulgarian Contract Luger, #556c, 9mm, 4'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, factory checkered walnut grips, with tin-plated unmarked walnut based magazine. DWM to chamber area, Bulgarian crest at central toggle link, Cyrillic marked extractor and thumb safety. Lower portion of backstrap features lanyard loop as standard on Bulgarian contract pistols. Originally ordered in 1910, with a total quantity of just 10,000. In brown leather Bulgarian holster. Condition is excellent as professionally restored, retaining approx. 99% of an expertly accomplished blue and straw finish. Grips are excellent, action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Holster is excellent with minor oil staining and nice tight stitching. Est.: $2,250-$2,750. (C&R)

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1914 Artillery Luger 1914 Artillery Luger

1914 Artillery Luger

Lot #162 (Sale Order 162 of 605)

1914 Artillery Luger, #738f, 9mm, 8'' barrel, blue finish with straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with one unmarked WWI era magazine, original holster with unmarked later made combination tool, reproduction walnut shoulder stock, and 1st Model 32-round snail drum magazine marked ''B/N, #645771''. Chamber area dated 1917, toggle link marked DWM, with all visible matching serial numbers. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80%-85% thinning blue, with most of the losses to the sideplate and rails of lower receiver. Grips with moderate flattening and almost all checkers remain defined. Magazine has toned brown at one point and then been lightly cleaned. Carbon spotting to straw blue small parts, which retain about 60% of their original color. Action is good, bore is fair. 1915 dated Julius Arnade marked holster with light general crazing, thinning to final finish on hinge area, modified back loop, missing flap retaining stud, and nice tight stitching. Snail drum finish has thinned to approx. 85% and mechanically retains excellent spring tension with no external dings or dents to exterior surfaces. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R/PPT)(High-cap mags not available to Calif. residents.)

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1923 Stoeger Three-Line American Eagle Luger 1923 Stoeger Three-Line American Eagle Luger

1923 Stoeger Three-Line American Eagle Luger

Lot #163 (Sale Order 163 of 605)

1923 Stoeger Three-Line American Eagle Luger, #90312, .30 Luger cal., 3-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with one tin-plated ''Germany'' marked wood based magazine. Thumb safety area marked ''Safe'', extractor marked ''Loaded'', right side of upper receiver marked ''Germany-A.F. Stoeger Inc./New York.'', American eagle to chamber area, DWM to toggle link. Right side lower receiver rail marked ''Genuine Luger-Registered U.S. Patent Office''. ''(Crown)/N'' proofmarks to frame, toggle, slide, and barrel. All visible matching numbers. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% rust blue, with thinning at high edges, muzzle, forward edges of lower frame, and sideplate. Front and rear gripstrap retain approx. 97% blue. Grips with light to just moderate flattening. Left grip panel with oil darkening; right panel appears near new. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $4,500-$6,500. (C&R)

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German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #164 (Sale Order 164 of 605)

German Kar98k Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #3226g, 8x57mm cal., 23.62'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''ce 42'' below ''Eagle 37''. ''Mod.98'' marked on left side of receiver rail. Eagles intact on left side of receiver and barrel. ''Eagle 359'' code stamped on right side of receiver ring and barrel. Single ''WaA 35'' stamped on right side of buttstock. Matching numbers on triggerguard, floorplate, and barrel bands. Mismatched number on bolt. Missing cleaning rod. ''LH'' lightly carved into left side of buttstock. Condition overall is very good with less than 40% finish remaining on metal surfaces, with the balance speckled and turning to a grey or brown patina. All of the finish has been sanded from the wood which has been left unfinished and shows old bruises and handling marks. Action is smooth, bore shows very light frosting and very good rifling. No visible import stamps. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)

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German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #165 (Sale Order 165 of 605)

German GEW.98 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #371, 8x57mm cal., 29.13'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on receiver ring ''SIMSON & CO SUHL 1924'', and on left side receiver rail ''GEW.98.''. Rear sight serial number matches, other numbers mismatched. Unit marking disc on left side of buttstock stamped ''N 989a''. ''Eagle 14'' stamped on right side of receiver ring and right side of buttstock. Front band has no parade hook, rear band has fixed sling slot, rear sight is flat, bolt handle is bent. Buttstock has side cut out for sling and no lower swivel. Toe of buttstock has broken off and has been re-attached with dowels and screws. Condition overall is very good with approx. 65% finish remaining on the metal, with the balance thinned and turned to a brown patina. Wood is very good with overall darkening and handling marks. Bore is good with overall darkening in the grooves and very good rifling. Action is smooth. Rifle was made on contract for the post-WW1 Weimar Republic and has many of the transitional features of this time. A rare survivor, all German rifles of this era can be considered rare as it would have seen heavy service in the political violence of the 1920's and 30's through WWII. No visible import stamps. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Pre-WWI Era P.08 Luger Pre-WWI Era P.08 Luger

Pre-WWI Era P.08 Luger

Lot #166 (Sale Order 166 of 605)

Pre-WWI Era P.08 Luger, #8082a, 9mm, 4'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with tin-plated wood based magazine with non-matching serial number. Blank chamber area, DWM to toggle link, ''Gesichert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor. All visible matching numbers, except magazine. Front strap marked ''B.3.R.12.2.''. An interesting early variation that was mfg'd for the German Army without stock lug, and year of mfg. precedes 1912 as the chamber area is undated. These early models lack the toggle hold-open device. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 92%-94% lightly thinning blue and most of the losses at highpoint of sideplate. Grips show minor oil staining but very little wear to checks. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Simson S-Code Luger Simson S-Code Luger

Simson S-Code Luger

Lot #167 (Sale Order 167 of 605)

Simson S-Code Luger, #1350a, 9mm, 4'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with one tin-plated aluminum based mismatched magazine, with ''(eagle)/6'' inspector marks. Blank chamber area, ''S'' to central toggle link, sideplate and takedown latch; ''(eagle)/6'' proofmark to rear toggle link, barrel, upper receiver and ejector; all visible matching serial numbers. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% straw blue finish, with most of the losses to sideplate and muzzle. Crisp grips and action, fine bore. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (C&R)

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1914 Artillery Luger 1914 Artillery Luger

1914 Artillery Luger

Lot #168 (Sale Order 168 of 605)

1914 Artillery Luger, #3338, 9mm, 8'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with tin-plated mismatched wood based magazine. Chamber area date 1918, DWM to central toggle link, ''Geschiert'' to thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor, all visible matching serial numbers. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 85% thinning blue. Grips with moderate flattening, no losses. Good action and bore. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R/PPT)

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U.S. M1 Garand, by Winchester U.S. M1 Garand, by Winchester

U.S. M1 Garand, by Winchester

Lot #169 (Sale Order 169 of 605)

U.S. M1 Garand, by Winchester, #2352856, .30-06 cal., 24'' Springfield Armory barrel dated 7-50, parkerized finish, walnut stocks, upper handguard and forend; with post-war green canvas sling. Post-WWII rear sight. Triggerguard housing and op rod are of Springfield mfg., with mixed small parts. With CMP Certificate of Authenticity and shipping box. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80% parkerized finish. Stock with moderate bruises, scuffs and scratches. Good action, very good bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)

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International Harvester M1 Garand International Harvester M1 Garand

International Harvester M1 Garand

Lot #170 (Sale Order 170 of 605)

International Harvester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, with post-war Imperial M5 bayonet and M8A1 scabbard, #4520192, .30-06 cal., 24'' LMR barrel dated 6-53, parkerized finish, ''DoD'' cartouched birch stock, walnut upper and forward handguards; ''IRC'' marked bolt, ''SA'' marked op rod and trigger housing, with the balance of trigger assembly parts appearing unmarked, and post-war green canvas sling. Condition is excellent as overhauled at one point, but retaining many of its original parts, with approx. 97% original parkerization remaining. Upper and forward handguard with light to moderate impressions; birch buttstock is excellent. Good action, bright bore. Bayonet is near excellent with some discoloration to right grip scale. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Luxemburg Contract FN-49 Semi-Auto Rifle Luxemburg Contract FN-49 Semi-Auto Rifle

Luxemburg Contract FN-49 Semi-Auto Rifle

Lot #171 (Sale Order 171 of 605)

Luxemburg Contract FN-49 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #6426, .30-06 cal., 23.5'' barrel, stove black finish, slab-sided dark finished hardwood stock, with black canvas sling. Chamber marked ''AL'', matching numbered major components, with one factory 10-round magazine. Condition is excellent as overhauled, with approx. 96% stove black finish remaining. Slab-sided stock may be foreign made after these rifles left Luxemburg service. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Soviet SKS Semi-Automatic Rifle Soviet SKS Semi-Automatic Rifle

Soviet SKS Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #172 (Sale Order 172 of 605)

Soviet SKS Semi-Automatic Rifle, with folding bayonet, #SHM542, 7.62x39mm cal., 20.47'' barrel, black finish, hardwood stock, black bolt, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight. Marked on top of receiver cover with the five-pointed star symbol of the Tula Arsenal over ''1950r''. Matching numbers. Includes cleaning rod, kit in buttstock, and issue Soviet sling. Refurbishment stamp on right side of buttstock. Condition overall is very good with almost all of the black finish remaining on the metal showing scattered handling marks. There are several arsenal repairs to the forend and a small chip at rear of action, otherwise wood is very good with darkening to the varnish finish. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Bayonet operates smoothly. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Includes a slip-on rubber recoil pad in excellent condition. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)

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Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #173 (Sale Order 173 of 605)

Lahti Model 40 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #67602, 9mm, 4.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory brown checkered plastic grips, with three (3) magazines, combination tool, cleaning rod, and black leather military holster showing light scuffs to finish on flap. Left side of upper frame marked ''Husqvarna Vapenfabriks AB''; right side of upper receiver with regimental markings ''Rplt. S5351''. Also includes one additional black police holster and two more factory magazines. Police holster is marked ''F17'' and differs from the military holster, as it lacks pouch for cleaning rod and combination tool. This holster remains in fine condition. Condition is excellent showing just light thinning in actioning areas of safety and takedown lever, as well as some minor wear to muzzle. Grips, action and bore are excellent. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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WWI German Artillery Luger WWI German Artillery Luger

WWI German Artillery Luger

Lot #174 (Sale Order 174 of 605)

WWI German Artillery Luger, in brown leather holster with barrel-head cleaning rod and combination tool, #454b, 9mm, 8'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, with one mismatched tin-plated wood based magazine. Chamber dated 1916, toggle link marked DWM, ''Gesichert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' marked extractor, fine tuned front and rear sights, and all visible matching numbers. Condition is fine as arsenal refinished an even matte blue. Grips with moderate flattening. Good action, fine bore. Holster has been removed from its shoulder stock, both cleaning rod and combination tool appear to be later reproductions. Inside of holster marked ''Raxix 18'' in ink; exterior marked ''Sattler Lief Verb, Leipzig 1918''. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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WWII Era P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol, by Spreewerk WWII Era P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol, by Spreewerk

WWII Era P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol, by Spreewerk

Lot #175 (Sale Order 175 of 605)

WWII Era P.38 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Spreewerk (cyq), #1153u, 9mm, 5'' barrel, blue finish, brown phenolic resin grips, with one WWII era P.38 magazine. All visible matching numbers including locking block; magazine with added number 748. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% thinning factory blue. Grips are fine, action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Model 1919 Commercial Luger Model 1919 Commercial Luger

Model 1919 Commercial Luger

Lot #176 (Sale Order 176 of 605)

Model 1919 Commercial Luger, #80830, 7.65mm, 3-5/8'' barrel, blue finish with straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, with one tin-plated magazine with unmarked walnut base as correct for this model. Unmarked chamber, DWM marked toggle, ''Geischert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' marked extractor, ''(crown)/N'' proofmark, with ''Germany'' stamped to right side upper receiver. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 85%-90% rust blue. Small parts show evidence of light cleaning, and grips with light general flattening to checks, more pronounced to right panel. Good action and bore. Complete in modified Naval holster with unmarked combination tool (in the white), cleaning rod with oiler, pin punch, and two-cell magazine pouch. Both holster and pouch marked ''A.E.''. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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1920 Commercial Luger 1920 Commercial Luger

1920 Commercial Luger

Lot #177 (Sale Order 177 of 605)

1920 Commercial Luger, #652k, .30 Luger cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, factory checkered walnut grips, with tin-plated unmarked wood based magazine. Blank chamber, DWM marked toggle, ''Gesichert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor, ''(crown)/N'' proofmark to barrel and upper receiver. All visible matching serial numbers. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% original blue with wear at muzzle, highpoints of sideplate, and in actioning areas. Grips with mild flattening; good action, fine bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)

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WWI Era P.08 Luger WWI Era P.08 Luger

WWI Era P.08 Luger

Lot #178 (Sale Order 178 of 605)

WWI Era P.08 Luger, #2744c, 9mm, 4'' barrel, blue finish, straw small parts, smooth ivory grips, with nickel-plated wood based magazine with non-matching serial number. 1914 to chamber area, DWM to toggle link, ''Gesichert'' marked thumb safety, ''Geladen'' to extractor. Front strap with added regimental markings ''7.D.11.''; rear of frame marked ''8.15''. All visible matching numbers, except magazine. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 90% lightly thinning blue with most of the losses at highpoint of sideplate. Grips fit well with fractional shrinkage along upper area. Bore is fine. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)

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WWII Walther P.38 (ac/43) Semi-Auto Pistol WWII Walther P.38 (ac/43) Semi-Auto Pistol

WWII Walther P.38 (ac/43) Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #179 (Sale Order 179 of 605)

WWII Walther P.38 (ac/43) Semi-Automatic Pistol, #9957h, 9mm, 5'' barrel, blue finish, brown grooved phenolic resin grips, with one ''jvd'' marked magazine, in early 1960s Walther box. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% original blue, with crisp markings, all visible matching serial numbers including locking block. Grips with very light impressions, mostly to left panel. Good action, bright bore. Box is excellent with eraser to original serial number and this number added in ballpoint pen. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)

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British Issued Ballister-Molina Semi-Auto Pistol British Issued Ballister-Molina Semi-Auto Pistol

British Issued Ballister-Molina Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #180 (Sale Order 180 of 605)

British Issued Ballister-Molina Semi-Automatic Pistol, #B.7132 above trigger, #21167 to left side in mainspring area, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, grooved factory grips, with one all-blue pinned based magazine. Approx. 10,000 of these type pistols were sold to England during WWII and will bear Release from English Service proofmarks at chamber area of barrel, as this pistol does. Frame and slide are additionally English proofed. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning blue, predominantly to slide and upper portion of frame. Grips and action are fine, bore is bright. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Lot #181 (Sale Order 181 of 605)

Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #235480, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, parkerized finish, diamond checkered walnut grips, with one post-WWII GI magazine. Inter-war rebuild of a WWI pistol with 1911-A1 grip safety and WWII High Standard barrel. 1917 lanyard included. Frame mfg'd 1918. Condition is very good as overhauled, retaining approx. 95% gov't-applied finish. Slide is from a slightly earlier pistol, grips with moderate wear. Nice action, excellent bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)

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Colt Model 1911-A1 Semi-Auto Pistol Colt Model 1911-A1 Semi-Auto Pistol

Colt Model 1911-A1 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot #182 (Sale Order 182 of 605)

English Proofed Colt Model 1911-A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #2280952, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, parkerized finish, brown checkered plastic grips with large reinforcing rings, with one correct unmarked WWII contract magazine. GHD inspector marked, ''(crown)/BP'', ''BV'' and ''NP'' proofmarks to barrel, ''Not English Make'' stamped to frame and slide. Mfg'd 1944. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 94% original parkerized finish. Grips and action are excellent, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)

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Springfield Model 1922 M1 Gallery Rifle Springfield Model 1922 M1 Gallery Rifle

Springfield Model 1922 M1 Gallery Rifle

Lot #183 (Sale Order 183 of 605)

Springfield Model 1922 M1 Gallery Bolt Action Practice Rifle, #4681, 22 LR cal., 24'' barrel dated 12-25, blue finish, Type B pistol-grip stock, one parkerized magazine, globe type front and adjustable Lyman 48 rear sight, with added triggershoe. Condition is very good retaining approx. 90% thinning blue; receiver may have been arsenal reblued at one point. Front barrel band is stamped and not milled. Bolt is mismatched (4878). Stock with moderate scuffs and scratches. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Remington Model 541X Bolt Action Target Rifle Remington Model 541X Bolt Action Target Rifle

Remington Model 541X Bolt Action Target Rifle

Lot #184 (Sale Order 184 of 605)

Like New U.S. marked Remington Model 541X Bolt Action Target Rifle, #A1067445, .22 LR cal., 27'' heavy barrel, blued finish, smooth pistol-grip hardwood stock with an oil finish, checkered black plastic Remington buttplate, and sling swivels; front swivel is adjustable and sits in recessed channel. Target sights include a globe front and Williams aperture rear sight. Includes one 5-round nylon magazine. Receiver is marked ''U.S.'' on left side above serial number. Barrel date code is ''DF'', mfg'd in 1985. Overall condition is excellent, appearing as new. Metal surfaces retain virtually all of the blued finish. Factory lettering is crisp. Stock with one shallow handling mark to left side of forend; right side of buttstock with a very minor vertical scratch; both detract very little from this otherwise mint rifle. Action is smooth. Bore is still lined with the original paper sleeve. Est.: $500-$800. (Modern)

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Smith-Corona Model 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle Smith-Corona Model 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Smith-Corona Model 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #185 (Sale Order 185 of 605)

U.S. Model 03-A3 Bolt Action Rifle, by Smith-Corona, with U.S. M1 bayonet and scabbard, #3650981, .30-06 cal., 24'' Smith-Corona barrel marked 3-43, parkerized finish, walnut stock, with modern commercial 1907 sling. Spear-point bayonet by UC, with 9-5/8'' blade. Condition to rifle is near excellent retaining approx. 96% of its original parkerized finish. Dried cosmoline in magazine well. Faint cartouches to walnut stock, with approx. 2'' chip to left side of upper handguard. Bayonet with little original finish. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Remington Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle Remington Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Remington Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #186 (Sale Order 186 of 605)

U.S. Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle, by Remington, #3403855, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight and aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3'', and on barrel behind front sight ''RA/(flaming bomb)/1-43''. No markings on stock that may be a replacement. Condition overall is very good with almost all of the green parkerized finish remaining on the metal. Both handguards show light handling mark. Stock is very good showing a lighter color on the left side and a few handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. Includes a reproduction tan leather sling in excellent condition stamped ''RIA 1941''. U.S. M1 bayonet is marked ''PAL/U.S.'' and is in good condition with a roughly sharpened blade. Scabbard is marked ''VP 35'' and is in fair condition with cuts and cracks to plastic. Est.: $500-$650. (C&R)