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Field & Range Firearms - Day 1

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Field & Range Firearms - Day 1

by Morphy Auctions
Mon, Feb  17, 2020  10:00 AM   Atlantic
Auction starts at 10am (EST). Items on display approximately 4 weeks prior to auction date. Open weekdays 9am – 4pm.
(A) GOOD SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS PISTOL BY MEYER & MORTIMER. (A) GOOD SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS PISTOL BY MEYER & MORTIMER.

(A) GOOD SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS PISTOL BY MEYER & MORTIMER.

Lot #1001 (Sale Order 1001 of 558)

Circa 1855. The blued bolted front action lock is well engraved with scrolls and toothed border. The hammer with dolphin engraving, engraved en suite. Steel barrel engraved throughout most of its length with scrolls and muzzle rings. Nickel silver fullstock is extensively engraved and decorated with scrolls in the Scottish manner. Ball trigger. German silver capped pricker in the form of a thistle. Nitre blued belt hook. CONDITION: Lock and hammer retain considerable original blue finish. Steel barrel polished but crisp. Belt hook with vibrant later blue finish. Action is crisp. Bore is fine. Ramrod possibly replaced but fits well. A good Scottish dress pistol by one of the well-known makers of same. MZ Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .41 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Meyer & Mortimer Model: Percussion Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) A SCARCE US NORTH BERLIN MODEL 1811 TRANSITIONAL MODEL WITH 1812 MODIFICATION AND IRON DOUBLE ST (A) A SCARCE US NORTH BERLIN MODEL 1811 TRANSITIONAL MODEL WITH 1812 MODIFICATION AND IRON DOUBLE ST

(A) A SCARCE US NORTH BERLIN MODEL 1811 TRANSITIONAL MODEL WITH 1812 MODIFICATION AND IRON DOUBLE ST

Lot #1002 (Sale Order 1002 of 558)

With only 550 manufactured, the model 1811 transition is a US martial pistol collector's prize. The round barrel is stamped at breech with P over US and S.N.Y (State of New York). CONDITION: Barrel is smooth, aged patina with minor pitting. Double strap barrel band with minor pitting. Lock marked at tail S. North Berlin, Conn and eagle over U States. Pistol does not appear to reconverted, but hammer is an old replacement. Brass regulation furniture in good condition, with fine old unpolished patina. Walnut stock with split through butt has been repaired. Left side of stock stamped HHP for military inspector. Flayderman says barrel should be 8 - 5/8", barrel of present 1811 is 8 - 1/4" so barrel may have been slightly reduced; however, patination at end of muzzle matches the rest of the barrel. Ramrod is a replacement. One of the rarest US martial pistols. Bore is fair. Mainspring is strong, but pistol will not stay on full cock. A rare find for the US martial collector. MZ Barrel Length: 8 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S. North Model: Berlin 1811 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE FLINTLOCK PISTOLS.

(A) LOT OF THREE: THREE ANTIQUE FLINTLOCK PISTOLS.

Lot #1003 (Sale Order 1003 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Unmarked Brass construction blunderbuss pattern belt pistol with walnut grips and flintlock ignition. Internal measurement of barrel measures 1 inch tapering down to approximately .45 caliber. Modest period engraving on frame. Action operates properly and has a very attractive appearance. (B) All steel construction Belgian produced copy of a Scottish double barreled flintlock pocket pistol. Engraved in an Irish motif with scrolls and harps. Dual flint ignition with turn barrel design. Very small and extremely well made. CONDITION: Extremely fine with excellent engraving. Slight staining to bare metal. Action operates correctly. (C) Small brass muff pistol with .32 caliber bore and 1 - 1/4" turn barrel. Flintlock design with walnut grips and marked HILL on left side with modest engraving. CONDITION, Good as has been polished at an earlier period. Action operates properly. TDW Barrel Length: (A) 4" (B) 2" (C) 1 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: (A) 1" At Muzzle (B) .38 Rifled (C) .32 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) Scottish (C) London Hill Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Double Barrel Muff (C) Muff Serial Number: (ALL) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) PERCUSSION KENTUCKY PISTOL. (A) PERCUSSION KENTUCKY PISTOL.

(A) PERCUSSION KENTUCKY PISTOL.

Lot #1004 (Sale Order 1004 of 558)

American made single trigger percussion pistol with octagon rifled barrel. Notched rear sight with single blade front. Iron handmade trigger guard and percussion lock. Brass ramrod pipes with hardwood ramrod. Curly maple stock. Interesting little pistol. CONDITION: Metal parts have aged patina. Wood has traces of original finish with several cracks and gun is broken through lock area. Lock does not function and is in need of repair. DLM Barrel Length: 7 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: .31 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Flintlock Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) EAST INDIA COMPANY BRITISH FLINTLOCK SEA SERVICE PISTOL. (A) EAST INDIA COMPANY BRITISH FLINTLOCK SEA SERVICE PISTOL.

(A) EAST INDIA COMPANY BRITISH FLINTLOCK SEA SERVICE PISTOL.

Lot #1005 (Sale Order 1005 of 558)

Standard Sea Service pistol of the Pattern 1796. The round barrel is marked with British proof marks as well as a crown over '9' and a crown over '10'. The center of the lockplate is stamped with a rampant lion holding a crown, and there is a crown over '2' stamped below the pan. The lock tail is stamped 1816. Standard brass Sea Service furniture with a large, iron belthook mounted on the left side. Tang stamped with a crown over '7'. Walnut stock with beavertail carved in relief around barrel tang. Complete with its original brass tipped wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Steel components have been chemically cleaned and retain a freckled grey surface. Markings are mostly very good. Brass retains a mellowing mustard patina. Stock shows some scattered marks. DMG Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Flintlock Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOLS. (A) PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOLS.

(A) PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED OTTOMAN FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOLS.

Lot #1006 (Sale Order 1006 of 558)

Both with tapered barrels featuring chased designs towards breeches. Flat banana lockplates with chased foliate designs. Silver repousse furniture, as well as panels of inlaid and engraved silver. Fine figured stocks. CONDITION: Barrels show heavy wear and dark patina. Locks also have dark patina and show wear. Some furniture replaced or broken. Some minor losses to silver work. Stocks show some minor losses and cracking, as well as scattered marks from use. An attractive pair of Middle Eastern pistols. DG Barrel Length: (BOTH) 14" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .65 Smoothbore Manufacturer: (BOTH) Ottoman Model: (BOTH) Flintlock Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) ENGLISH TAP ACTION FLINTLOCK PISTOL. (A) ENGLISH TAP ACTION FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

(A) ENGLISH TAP ACTION FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

Lot #1007 (Sale Order 1007 of 558)

Three round barrels attached to a boxlock tap action with the lever located on the left side allowing one barrel to be fired, then a second barrel, and finally the third barrel with three different turns. There is a sliding half cock safety with a retaining pin to keep the frizzen shut. Left side of the scalloped boxlock action is inscribed "BASS" and the right side "LONDON", both surrounded by arms motifs. One piece walnut grip. CONDITION: Iron surfaces retain a spotted grey patina. Actions function well. Markings are very good. Grip shows some losses to finish and scattered marks. DMG Barrel Length: 2 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: J. Bass Model: Triple Barrel Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1770 FLINTLOCK CAVALRY PISTOL. (A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1770 FLINTLOCK CAVALRY PISTOL.

(A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1770 FLINTLOCK CAVALRY PISTOL.

Lot #1008 (Sale Order 1008 of 558)

These early Austrian cavalry pistols were often carried by Americans throughout the late colonial period. This example with rudimentary steel furniture, heavy barrel with flattened rib for sighting, oversized lock with bridled frizzen and swan neck cock. Barrel proof towards breech with "Brown" over "T" and "S". Steel sideplate with two side nails. Figured walnut full stock with steel band at muzzle and no provision for ramrod. Barrel has been shortened by an inch. Spurred steel buttcap. CONDITION: Well worn throughout. Stock with one significant split at the tail of the lock. Butt with fine worn patina throughout. Action defective, bore is fair. An attractive early military flintlock pistol that possibly saw use in America. MZ Barrel Length: 7 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: .72 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Austrian Model: Flintlock Cavalry Pistol Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) W & G CHANCE BRITISH BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. (A) W & G CHANCE BRITISH BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

(A) W & G CHANCE BRITISH BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

Lot #1009 (Sale Order 1009 of 558)

Brass barrel marked on top "LONDON" with two British proofs on left side near the breach. Brass mounted. Lock is marked "W&G/CHANCE". CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned and polished at some point. Wood has been lightly refinished with a period repair through the grip. Top jaw is a possible period replacement. Good mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: W&G Chance Model: Flint Pistol Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) ASSEMBLED FLINTLOCK PISTOL. (A) ASSEMBLED FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

(A) ASSEMBLED FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

Lot #1010 (Sale Order 1010 of 558)

This is an interesting gun in that it has a probably English lock. Acorn finial on brass trigger guard. Barrel is possibly of Spanish origins, and features some brass inlay work and relief pattern engraving which is worn. Brass mounted. The wood forward of the contemporary brass band is replaced. Brass ramrod is a replacement. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina showing wear and pitting. Several replaced parts. The wood has dings, cracks and handling marks. Forend replaced, cracks and a piece missing from the left side. Hammer is stuck and will not cock. GR Barrel Length: 13" Caliber/Bore: .60 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unnamed Model: Flintlock Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT 1855 SIDEHAMMER (A) COLT 1855 SIDEHAMMER

(A) COLT 1855 SIDEHAMMER "ROOT" PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1011 (Sale Order 1011 of 558)

6th model "Root". Blue with one piece varnished walnut grips. Roll die stagecoach holdup scene on five shot cylinder. CONDITION: Very good overall. Smooth metal with 15-20% original blending with brown patina. Action works well. -MKS- Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1855 Serial Number: 12988 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO COLT CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: 1860 ARMY & 1861 NAVY. (A) LOT OF TWO COLT CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: 1860 ARMY & 1861 NAVY.

(A) LOT OF TWO COLT CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: 1860 ARMY & 1861 NAVY.

Lot #1012 (Sale Order 1012 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1860 Army made in 1862. Standard 3 screw configuration. All matching numbers. Loading lever, catch, wedge and wedge retaining screw are modern restorations. Single line New York address. Cartouches on grips and inspectors marks on metal. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall. Markings are clear. Grips are good with dings and handling marks, showing wear. Actions functions well, although the mainspring is very weak. (B) 1861 Navy, made in 1862. Standard configuration. Sub-inspectors marks on metal parts. Falls in the martial range. Cartouche is no longer present on the left grip which appears to have had initials or a name carved into it at one time. Single line New York address. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with rust and pitting. Markings are clear. Cylinder scene is worn. The cylinder does not advance when the hammer is cocked, needs work on the hand. Grips are worn with loss on the left side. GR Barrel Length: (A) 8" (B) 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Percussion (B) .36 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1860 Army (B) 1861 Navy Serial Number: (A) 52148 (B) 7729 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) MASSACHUSETTS ARMS REVOLVER. (A) MASSACHUSETTS ARMS REVOLVER.

(A) MASSACHUSETTS ARMS REVOLVER.

Lot #1013 (Sale Order 1013 of 558)

Made from 1850-1851 by Massachusetts Arms Company, Chicopee Falls under Wesson's and Leavitt's patent. This gun is the Dragoon Model with 6 shot cylinder, case hardened frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grips. Only around 800 made. CONDITION: Gun has faded to a silvery patina with traces of original finish in protected areas. Mechanically solid. Rare gun. DLM Barrel Length: 7 - 1/8" Caliber/Bore: .40 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Massachusetts Arms Model: Wesson and Leavitt Serial Number: 230 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

Lot #1014 (Sale Order 1014 of 558)

Lot consist of: (A) Colt 1860 Army percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1863. Matching serial numbers. Original finish and wood grips. Naval engagement scene on cylinder is deeply faded and worn. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a good patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Some pitting on areas of the barrel. Grips contain numerous dings, gouges and scratches, especially on the bottoms. Bore is frosted, with visible rifling present. Nipples show heavy signs of use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt 1860 Army percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1861. Gun appears to have been modified at some point, as there is a fourth screw in the frame. Matching serial numbers. Original finish and wood grips. Naval engagement scene on cylinder is deeply faded and worn. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a good patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Heavily cleaned in some areas. Grips are good with minor dings, scratches and dents. Bore has a small amount of rifling present. Nipples show signs of general use. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1860 Army Serial Number: (A) 114519 (B) 14702 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) STAR MODEL 1863 SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER (A) STAR MODEL 1863 SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

(A) STAR MODEL 1863 SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

Lot #1015 (Sale Order 1015 of 558)

Cal, 44, Percussion revolver produced from 1863-1865 with a total quantity of 32000. US Martially inspected. Blue finish with 8 inch barrel and smooth walnut grips. A very robust revolver and most example are very hard used when encountered. CONDITION, Very fine with 50% blue finish remaining on barrel while frame retains 25% blue finish with balance turning patina with age and consistent wear. the one piece walnut grips are very fine with strong Martial inspections found on both sides. Action operates properly and smoothly. Bore is very good with sharp rifling. A fine attractive example of one of the lesser common US Civil War issued sidearms. TDW Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Starr Model: 1863 Army Serial Number: 37944 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE CASED IRISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX BY COLGAN, LIMERICK. (A) SCARCE CASED IRISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX BY COLGAN, LIMERICK.

(A) SCARCE CASED IRISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX BY COLGAN, LIMERICK.

Lot #1016 (Sale Order 1016 of 558)

Six-shot barrel cluster with English proofs. Frame, recoil shield and bar hammer are finely engraved with scrolls and borders. Engraved push-on safety. Trigger guard finely engraved en suite. Finely checkered walnut figured walnut butt with piecrust carving. Surmounting buttcap which is finely engraved with engraved cap trap. CONDITION: Good, mostly smooth metal. Frame very good with no major erosion and crisp, deep cut engraving. Figured walnut butt rates excellent with few, if any minor marks. Red velvet lined mahogany case with split ring in lid. Sykes flask with some original finish. Patch cutter, turn screw, nipple wrench, and bullet mold. Case also with label in lid, three half moons surmounted by a bird and the motto "pacifici Henry Fitzsimmons". Irish weapons from this period are scarce and this is a particularly good pepperbox. MZ Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 3 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .42 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colgan Model: Pepperbox Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH CASE. (A) COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH CASE.

(A) COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH CASE.

Lot #1017 (Sale Order 1017 of 558)

Serial number 7002 manufactured in 1849. Matching serial numbers on all major components except loading lever and wedge, both are marked "7706". 7 - 1/2" barrel marked in one line "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT NEW-YORK CITY", letter "N" stamped on top barrel lug flat at breech. Letter "N" stamped on front edge of cylinder. Letter "K" stamped on front edge of trigger guard. Left side of frame marked "COLTS PATENT" with "U.S." stamped under patent, letter "B" stamped to left of patent. Roll die Texas Rangers and Indian fight scene on cylinder. Oval locking slots on cylinder. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Replacement one piece ivory grips. Brass squareback trigger guard and brass backstrap. Housed in an walnut partition fitted case with navy blue interior. Complete with powder flask, bullet mold, and percussion cap tin. CONDITION: Revolver is very good overall with approximately 15% original dull blue on bottom side of barrel and barrel lug, balance turning brown patina. Stress crack on muzzle end of barrel extending from front sight forward. Balance of revolver turning brown patina. Overall clean metal with little to no pitting. Brass trigger guard and backstrap a dark mustard patina. Action is tight and crisp. Ivory grips do not fit well. 60-70% cylinder scene visible. Case lid shows moderate wear with scattered dents and scratches. Interior shows moderate wear with fading. Nice mustard patina on powder flask. Bullet mold is fair with scattered pitting. Overall a clean and attractive First Model Dragoon. -MKS- Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: First Model Dragoon Serial Number: 7002 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL. (A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL.

(A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL.

Lot #1018 (Sale Order 1018 of 558)

Serial number 37421 manufactured in 1854, matching numbers on all major components. British proof marks on barrel lug and cylinder. 7-1/2" octagon barrel marked "ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON". Frame and cylinder marked "COLTS PATENT". Letters "M" and "K" marked on left side of trigger guard. Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Silver plated brass trigger guard and backstrap. One piece varnished walnut grips with unmarked shield inlay on left side. Walnut case fitted in the partition style with blue interior. Correct "COLT PATENT" bullet mold, Hawksley Sheffield powder flask. Eley Bros. percussion cap tin, combination nipple wrench, small pewter oiler, and correct case key. CONDITION: Approximately 95% bright original blue on barrel. 10-15% original blue on cylinder with strong roll die scene. Good scattered case color on frame, loading lever, and hammer turning a clean dove grey patina. Most original silver plating on trigger guard and backstrap beginning to flake. Excellent grips showing minimum wear with most original varnish. Case is excellent with lid beginning to separate from lid frame, could be easily repaired. Interior is bright and clean with moderate wear. Most original finish remaining on bullet mold. Pleasing patina on powder flask. Overall a very clean and attractive early production Model 1851 London Colt Navy. -MKS- Accessories: Case and accessories Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial Number: 37421 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. (A) COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1019 (Sale Order 1019 of 558)

Serial number 8919 manufactured in 1862. 5 - 1/2" barrel with one line New York address. 5 shot rebated cylinder with stagecoach holdup scene. Varnished one piece walnut grips. Blue with case hardened frame and hammer. Complete with walnut partition style fitted case with purple interior. Includes correct Colt bullet mold, powder flask, combination tool, and Hick's percussion cap tin. Matching serial numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, and wedge. Loading lever not numbered. CONDITION: Excellent overall with most high polish blue remaining on barrel and approximately 50-60% on cylinder. Good traces of case color on frame and hammer turning a grey/brown patina. Approximately 35-40% silver plating on trigger guard, no remaining silver on backstrap with brass turning a pleasing mustard color patina. Case is fine with a crack in the lid, interior is clean with moderate wear. Bullet mold, powder flask, and combination tool are excellent with most original finish remaining. Overall a very attractive early Model 1862 Pocket Navy with desirable 5 - 1/2" barrel. - MKS- Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1862 Pocket Navy Serial Number: 8919 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CASED NICKEL COLT ROOT PERCUSSION REVOLVER IN (A) CASED NICKEL COLT ROOT PERCUSSION REVOLVER IN

(A) CASED NICKEL COLT ROOT PERCUSSION REVOLVER IN "GAMBLER'S SET" WITH PUSH DAGGER & ACCESSORIES.

Lot #1020 (Sale Order 1020 of 558)

Manufactured 1861 to 1864. This is referred to as the Model 1855 Sidehammer Pocket Model 5A. 5,600 manufactured with New York barrel address. Five shot, fluted percussion cylinder, spur trigger, full factory nickel finish with ivory grips. Barrel marked "ADDRESS COL. COLT NEW YORK USA". 4 - 1/2" barrel with round loading lever and Navy latch. Fitted in a contemporary oak case with ivory handle push dagger with sheath, Colt eagle powder flask, Eley Bros. cap tin, seven bone dice, ivory spinner, a pack of Great Mogul playing cards, and a blue two cavity bullet mold marked "COLTS/PATENT". CONDITION: Gun retains approximately 60% original factory nickel blending with brown patina. Grips are excellent with mellow patina. Revolver indexes and locks up well. Bore is dark with light pitting. Dagger blade is pitted with no maker mark. Case shows a repair along the lid front. -MKS- Accessories: Case, Push Dagger, Pistol Accessories, Gambling Equipment Barrel Length: 4-1/2" Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: Root Serial Number: 4678 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT 1862 POCKET POLICE REVOLVER. (A) COLT 1862 POCKET POLICE REVOLVER.

(A) COLT 1862 POCKET POLICE REVOLVER.

Lot #1021 (Sale Order 1021 of 558)

Round barrel, fluted cylinder, single action, brass trigger guard and backstrap and a set of one piece wood grips. Backstrap is monogramed "LIEUT. R.D. MITCHELL CO. I. 10TH N.J. VOL." CONDITION: All numbers are matching. Gun has been cleaned and shows no finish or patina. Grips show some handling marks and normal wear. Bore is pitted but does show some lands and grooves. Gun functions fine, indexes and locks up tight. RW Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .36 Caliber FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1862 Pocket Police Serial Number: 4564 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE ENGLISH BY D. EGG AND ONE ALLEN. (A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE ENGLISH BY D. EGG AND ONE ALLEN.

(A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE ENGLISH BY D. EGG AND ONE ALLEN.

Lot #1022 (Sale Order 1022 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) English pepperbox with six fluted barrels, bar hammer, sparsely engraved frame signed "D. EGG LONDON" on top strap. The bag grip stamped "ILLINGWORTH" on either side. CONDITION: Minor pitting on recoil shield. Barrels mostly smooth. Grip with thumb piece, engraved "RICHARD W ILLINGWORTH" good with minor marks and what appears to be some original varnish. Bores are fair. Action works properly and barrels index as intended. (B) Allen pepperbox with Norwich style handle, etched recoil shield, six shot barrel cluster, sparsely engraved steel frame, bar hammer. Norwich style grip with German silver escutcheons. CONDITION: Overall good with minor old pitting, particularly on barrel clusters. Recoil shield etching worn but discernible. Frame with heavier pitting around bar hammer. Grips are good with no significant damage, possibly some original varnish. Poor bores. Action works properly and barrels index as intended. MZ Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 5/8" (B) 3 - 1/8" Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Smoothbore (B) .32 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) D. Egg (B) Allen & Thurber Model: (A) Allen Type (B) Allen Type Serial Number: (A) NSN (B) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) IVORY GRIPPED FOUR BARREL MARIETTE PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX. (A) IVORY GRIPPED FOUR BARREL MARIETTE PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX.

(A) IVORY GRIPPED FOUR BARREL MARIETTE PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX.

Lot #1023 (Sale Order 1023 of 558)

Signed on front strap of action "MARIETTE BREVETE". Four barrel cluster with fine Damascus twist, Liege proofed, numbered '1' through '4'. Frame engraved with florals. Ivory grip panels. Underhammer mechanism. CONDITION: Fine Damascus pattern clearly visible and very attractive. Steel frame with extremely minor corrosion. Ivory grips likely the original with age cracks that enhance the patina of age. Action works well. Barrels index properly. Bores are good. An attractive Mariette. MZ Barrel Length: 3" Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Mariette Model: Pepperbox Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) STARR 1858 ARMY REVOLVER. (A) STARR 1858 ARMY REVOLVER.

(A) STARR 1858 ARMY REVOLVER.

Lot #1024 (Sale Order 1024 of 558)

Starr Arms Co. New York manufactured double action army percussion revolver. Blued finish with 6 shot cylinder. Wood walnut grips with no visible inspectors marks. CONDITION: Revolver worn to a silvery patina. Gun functions fine. Grips look to have been cleaned long ago. Nice example of a Civil War revolver. DLM Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Starr Model: Army 1858 Serial Number: 9883 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: (A) COOPER 1860 .38 (B) COLT 1849 POCKET .31 (A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: (A) COOPER 1860 .38 (B) COLT 1849 POCKET .31

(A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION REVOLVERS: (A) COOPER 1860 .38 (B) COLT 1849 POCKET .31

Lot #1025 (Sale Order 1025 of 558)

Lot consist of: (A) Cooper 1860 percussion revolver. Gun is missing minor parts and is in-operable as it sits. Frame and cylinder match. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little of its original finish and appears to have been heavily polished. Grips are very good with minor handling marks. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine with the exception of the missing parts. Nipples show signs of heavy use. (B) Colt 1849 Pocket revolver. Manufactured in 1853. All the serial numbers match, including the one on the cylinder. Stage coach scene is depicted on the cylinder. CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains a fair amount of its original finish with light wear and patina. Brass frame has been polished. Grips are very good with minor dings and scratches. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Mechanically fine. Hammer and cylinder show minor wobble. Nipples show signs of use. JA Barrel Length: (A) 6" (B) 4" Caliber/Bore: (A) .38 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Cooper Firearms Mfg Co. (B) Colt Model: (A) 1860 (B) 1849 Pocket Serial Number: (A) 4908 (B) 68811 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BELGIAN PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX OF THE MARIETTE TYPE. (A) BELGIAN PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX OF THE MARIETTE TYPE.

(A) BELGIAN PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX OF THE MARIETTE TYPE.

Lot #1026 (Sale Order 1026 of 558)

Revolving eight-barrel cluster, each barrel and breech numbered and marked in one place with Liege proof mark. Scroll engraved, underhammer action with bar hammer and ring trigger. Double action mechanism. Backstrap is engraved with scrolls en suite. Two piece walnut grips with diamond shaped escutcheons on each side. CONDITION: Retains a light grey patina showing some wear. Markings very good. Action functions well. Grips very good with some staining. DMG Barrel Length: 3" Caliber/Bore: .32 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Mariette Type Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ALLEN AND WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ALLEN AND WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ALLEN AND WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1027 (Sale Order 1027 of 558)

Estimated production of 700 made between 1861 and 1862. Made by Allen & Wheelock in Worcester Massachusetts. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned with areas of pitting. No visible markings. Grips are good, having been lightly refinished. Timing is slightly off on the action. GR Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Allen & Wheelock Model: Center Hammer Serial Number: 684 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) REPRODUCTION COLT WALKER SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. (A) REPRODUCTION COLT WALKER SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) REPRODUCTION COLT WALKER SINGLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1028 (Sale Order 1028 of 558)

Reproduction Colt Walker percussion revolver with box. Made by Colt. Blued finish with a case hardened frame and loading assembly. Engraved scene on the cylinder. Factory wood grips. Matching numbers. Box is serialized to the gun and includes and original manual. CONDITION: Overall excellent. Metal retains 95% or more of its original finish with light handling marks. Grips are excellent. Bore is clean with crisp rifling. Mechanically excellent with a tight hammer and cylinder. Nipples show little signs of use. Box is good with wear on the edges. JA Accessories: Box Barrel Length: 9" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: Walker Serial Number: 3330 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CIVIL WAR REMINGTON 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY .44 PERCUSSION REVOLVER. (A) CIVIL WAR REMINGTON 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY .44 PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) CIVIL WAR REMINGTON 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY .44 PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1029 (Sale Order 1029 of 558)

Standard configuration with three line address on top of barrel. Sub-inspectors marks in metal. CONDITION: Gun has been cleaned with areas of pitting and light surface rust. Markings are clear. Grips have been refinished. Good mechanical function. Front sight was over tightened and sits at an angle. GR Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Remington Model: 1858 Army Serial Number: 64996 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BELGIAN CENTAUR MODEL 1960 FLUTED COLT 1860 ARMY WITH MATCHING STOCK. (A) BELGIAN CENTAUR MODEL 1960 FLUTED COLT 1860 ARMY WITH MATCHING STOCK.

(A) BELGIAN CENTAUR MODEL 1960 FLUTED COLT 1860 ARMY WITH MATCHING STOCK.

Lot #1030 (Sale Order 1030 of 558)

These were referred to as the Cavalry Model or sometimes the Wade Hampton model. It is known by collectors of these extremely well made guns as the First model, First variation. Made in Belgium in the 1960's, this is a copy of the Colt 1860 fluted army revolver. Centaur logo on the left side of the frame. Accompanied by the original matching shoulder stock with serial number on the top of the buttpate and on the lower tang. Stock fits tightly on the gun. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall. Grips have some wear and light scratches from having the stock mounted. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. Stock has some light handling marks. GR Accessories: Stock Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Belgian Model: Colt 1860 Army Serial Number: F210 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF 2 COLT LONDON POCKET # 50 AND BACON 31 CAL, POCKET (A) LOT OF 2 COLT LONDON POCKET # 50 AND BACON 31 CAL, POCKET

(A) LOT OF 2 COLT LONDON POCKET # 50 AND BACON 31 CAL, POCKET

Lot #1031 (Sale Order 1031 of 558)

(A) London made Colt Model 1849 Pocket revolver Serial number 50, with Colt London barrel address .31 Cal, 5 inch barrel , 5 shot cylinder with Stage Coach cylinder scene. Silver finished , brass back strap and trigger guard. British proofs on barrel and cylinder. CONDITION, Fair, mostly patina revolver in need of cleaning. All Matching numbers including wedge. Hammer screw is replaced, grips are fair with nicks and gouges but appear to be original. Action operates but hammer fails to stay on 1/2 cock and safety position. (B) Bacon Arms .31 cal, Pocket revolver with 5 inch round barrel, fluted cylinder and walnut grips. Serial number 550 found on bottom of barrel. Factory engraved with wide scrolls. CONDITION, Fair, traces of blue finish in very protected areas, Action operates. Hammer face is chipped and nipples nbattered. Grips are worn and battered but remain full sized. Popular civil war revolver Barrel Length: (BOTH) 5" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Bacon Arms Model: (A) 1849 Pocket (B) Pocket Serial Number: (A) 50 (B) 550 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) MANHATTAN FIREARMS POCKET MODEL REVOLVER, SERIAL NUMBER 6. (A) MANHATTAN FIREARMS POCKET MODEL REVOLVER, SERIAL NUMBER 6.

(A) MANHATTAN FIREARMS POCKET MODEL REVOLVER, SERIAL NUMBER 6.

Lot #1032 (Sale Order 1032 of 558)

Serial number 6 found on frame under grips, wedge, loading lever and underside of barrel. .31 caliber, five shot percussion with scroll engraving on frame, barrel and Manhattan Firearms two line address found on top barrel flat. Two piece bone grips. Five shot cylinder has only five cylinder stop slots. CONDITION: Fair with no finish remaining. Right grip is chipped at bottom, Loading lever is broken missing latch and 1/4" of top of lever. Hammer is very eroded from use and dry-firing. TDW Barrel Length: 4" Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Manhattan Model: Pocket Model Serial Number: 6 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER, MADE IN 1861. (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER, MADE IN 1861.

(A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER, MADE IN 1861.

Lot #1033 (Sale Order 1033 of 558)

Standard 4" octagon barrel configuration. Two line Hartford address on barrel. Iron grip straps. Matching numbers. Made in 1861 and most certainly could have seen service on either side of the Civil War. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some very light pitting in a few areas. Grips are good with some wear and handling marks, some minor chips out along the bottom edges. Most of the Stagecoach cylinder scene remains. All markings are clear. Bore has sharp rifling with some very minor pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: .31 Percussion Caliber/Bore: 4" FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial Number: 186202 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO COLT 3RD MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVERS: 1852 WITH 10 - 1/2 (A) LOT OF TWO COLT 3RD MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVERS: 1852 WITH 10 - 1/2

(A) LOT OF TWO COLT 3RD MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVERS: 1852 WITH 10 - 1/2" BARREL & 1855 MARTIAL.

Lot #1034 (Sale Order 1034 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1852 and features a lengthened 10 - 1/2" octagon barrel. Single line New York address. All matching numbers including the wedge, however there is no number on the brass backstrap. Small "COLT'S/ PATENT" on left side of frame. While expertly done and very difficult to discern, the barrel length is not original. CONDITION: Retains an even patina with light rust and some pitting. Markings are clear. Grips have dings and handling marks, showing age. Bore has strong rifling with some light pitting. Good mechanical function. Gun (B) is a standard configuration 3rd Model made in 1855. This is an "Army-Navy" model with "US" under the patent marking on the left side of the frame. Grips are cartouched. Single line New York address. Matching numbers on the frame, brass back strap, trigger guard and barrel. The barrel number appears to be restamped as the font and spacing are different. Loading lever does not match, nor does the cylinder. All parts are sub-inspected. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina with areas of pitting and rust, frame has been buffed at one time and markings are weak. Barrel markings are sharp. Grips are worn with cartouches faint. Good mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: (A) 10 - 1/2" (B) 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1851 Navy Serial Number: (A) 17265 (B) 43046 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK. (A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK.

(A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK.

Lot #1035 (Sale Order 1035 of 558)

Serial number 24375, manufactured in 1861, matching serial numbers on all major components including the wedge. 8" barrel, One piece walnut grips with faint inspectors cartouche on left side. Frame cut for shoulder stock, four-screw. Sub-inspection marks in appropriate places. Accompanying this gun is a proper style shoulder stock which is not matching to the gun (22567), fits the gun well. Stock has been very cleverly aged and marked. Stamped serial numbers on buttplate, lower tang, steel catch are all matching. Handwritten ink serial number under buttplate is matching to metal. CONDITION: Overall bare metal with a light grey patina. Grips are rounding at the butt. Action works well, however will not hold at full cock. No surviving safety pins. Left stock screw is missing from frame of gun. Some replacement screws. Bore in good showing moderate pitting. Stock has dings and handling marks, wood having been refinished. Brass has a cleaned look to it, matching the brass color on gun. GR Accessories: Stock Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Serial Number: 24375 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE MARIETTE AND ONE MANHATTAN. (A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE MARIETTE AND ONE MANHATTAN.

(A) LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES: ONE MARIETTE AND ONE MANHATTAN.

Lot #1036 (Sale Order 1036 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) The four-shot Mariette with fine Damascus twist barrels numbered '1' through '3'. Ring trigger. Steel frame well engraved with foliage. Steel buttcap engraved. Fluted ebony grips. CONDITION: Good overall with Damascus pattern clearly visible on barrels. Frame with extremely minor corrosion, easily removed. Ebony grips with no significant damage. Action works properly and barrels index. (B) Manhattan well-marked on left flat of hammer, steel frame with sparse scroll engraving. Walnut bag type grip. Barrel cluster of six barrels. CONDITION: Mostly smooth, grey metal grips in good condition with old overvarnish. Action is crisp and barrels index properly. A good lot for the pepperbox collector. Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/4" (B) 3 - 3/8" Caliber/Bore: (A) .48 Scratch rifled (B) .31 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Unknown (B) Manhattan Model: (A) Mariette Type (B) Allen Type Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CASED WHITNEY NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. (A) CASED WHITNEY NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) CASED WHITNEY NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1037 (Sale Order 1037 of 558)

Full octagon .36 caliber 7 - 1/2" barrel marked in two lines "E. WHITNEY/N. HAVEN". Six-shot cylinder. Originally blue with case hardened loading lever. Two piece walnut grips. Housed in a walnut case fitted in the partition style with burgundy interior. Includes spurious powder flask, bullet mold, percussion cap tin, packet of cartridges. CONDITION: Revolver is completely restored in incorrect finishes. Case color frame, hammer, and loading lever. Blue barrel and cylinder showing most all of the reapplied finishes. Grips are near excellent showing moderate wear. -MKS- Accessories: Case with accessories Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Whitney Model: Navy Serial Number: 16907 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: BOXLOCK MODEL 1843 US NAVY CIVIL WAR PISTOLS. (A) LOT OF TWO: BOXLOCK MODEL 1843 US NAVY CIVIL WAR PISTOLS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: BOXLOCK MODEL 1843 US NAVY CIVIL WAR PISTOLS.

Lot #1038 (Sale Order 1038 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Deringer manufacture and so marked on the lock. The gun is dated 1843 with "USR" stamped at the rear of the lock. We do not believe this marking to be original as there is no record of Deringer having supplied the Revenue Cutter Service with these guns. Deringer marked on top of the barrel at the breech. Brass mounted. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel has been refinished with pitting underneath. Lock is cleaned bright with pitting. All markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks, visible cartouche on the left side. Front sight post is a restoration, as is the nipple. (B) 1845 dated Ames. Standard markings and configuration. Matching dates on lock and barrel. Cartouche on the left side of stock. CONDITION: Very good, as found. Retains a pleasing patina overall with some light surface rust and minor pitting. Traces of brown on the barrel. All markings are clear. Wood has some dings and handling marks, showing wear. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 6" Caliber/Bore: (A) .58 Smoothbore (B) .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Deringer (B) Ames Model: (BOTH) 1843 Boxlock Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO H. ASTON MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOLS, DATED 1851 & 1849. (A) LOT OF TWO H. ASTON MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOLS, DATED 1851 & 1849.

(A) LOT OF TWO H. ASTON MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOLS, DATED 1851 & 1849.

Lot #1039 (Sale Order 1039 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Dated 1851. Standard configuration. Matching lock and barrel dates. "MS" marked on the top of the barrel for Massachusetts. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with light surface and rust and some pitting. Markings are clear. Stock is fine with clear sharp cartouches and some light handling marks. Hammer fit is loose. Hammer screw is a replacement. Brass has a pleasing dark color to it. Bore has some pitting. Fine mechanical function. (B) Dated 1849. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina having been lightly cleaned at one time. Light to moderate pitting overall. Barrel markings are no longer legible. Lock markings are clear. Wood is worn with traces of cartouches. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) H. Aston Model: (BOTH) 1842 Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CONSECUTIVE PAIR OF ALLEN AND THURBER SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BAR HAMMER PISTOLS. (A) CONSECUTIVE PAIR OF ALLEN AND THURBER SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BAR HAMMER PISTOLS.

(A) CONSECUTIVE PAIR OF ALLEN AND THURBER SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BAR HAMMER PISTOLS.

Lot #1040 (Sale Order 1040 of 558)

Both guns are identical in markings and configuration, as well as condition. Dated "1837" on the left barrel flat. 3" half round half octagon barrels. "ALLENS PATENT" on the left side of the bar hammer. Scroll engraving on the frames. One is numbered "54" and the other "55" on the bottoms of the barrels as well on the inside of the trigger guard. CONDITION: Both guns have a pleasing patina with some light surface rust and minor pitting by the nipple. Retain 35% blue overall, mostly on the barrels. Grips are very good with some minor dings and handling marks. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: (BOTH) 3" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .36 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Allen & Thurber Model: (BOTH) Single Shot Serial Number: (A) 54 (B) 55 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOL CIRCA 1850 WITH OCTAGONAL TO ROUND BARREL - MODIFIED FOR ARROW SHO (A) CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOL CIRCA 1850 WITH OCTAGONAL TO ROUND BARREL - MODIFIED FOR ARROW SHO

(A) CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOL CIRCA 1850 WITH OCTAGONAL TO ROUND BARREL - MODIFIED FOR ARROW SHO

Lot #1041 (Sale Order 1041 of 558)

Barrel cut with twisting slots, measuring 5" to impart spin, presumably to a steel arrow. The bolted front action percussion locks, sparsely engraved with scrolls, hammer engraved en suite. Barrel with Damascus finish. Steel trigger guard engraved en suite with lock. Walnut 3/4 stock with checkering at wrist. Engraved steel buttcap with trap for caps. CONDITION: Barrel good with considerable traces of original Damascus. Lock slightly patinated. Hammer with old break straight through, repaired inexpertly. Walnut stock with considerable original varnish and minor marks. Action is crisp. Fair bore. A good item for the collector of oddities. MZ Barrel Length: 7" Caliber/Bore: .58 "Saw" Rifled Barrel FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Percussion Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY CIVIL WAR 150TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE PERCUSSION REVOLVER. (A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY CIVIL WAR 150TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY CIVIL WAR 150TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot #1042 (Sale Order 1042 of 558)

In 2012, the engraving firm Adams & Adams created a total of 35 special commemorative Model 1860 percussion revolvers; one for each state that fought in the war and one for the District of Columbia. This is the gun made for New York; the design and engraving was hand done by master engraved John J. Adams, Sr. The pattern is based on an 1860 Army presented to General U.S. Grant. Decorated for the Union on the left side and the Confederacy on the right. Each gun used an original 1860 Army for its basis and was engraved in the style of Gustav Young in the spirit of the "Tears of Gettysburg" revolver. Each revolver is hand fitted with carved ivory stocks with high relief "US" and "CS" on respective panels and is finished in blue and cased colored finish by Doug Turnbull Restorations. Includes a letter from John Adams listing this gun by serial number as being gun 12 of 35 New York list, ivory was supplied by Nutmeg Sports; case was made by Duncan Eberhart, noted master Pennsylvania furniture maker. Gun features nearly full coverage engraving including the rebated Naval scene cylinder. Trigger guard is marked "12 of 35". Frame is signed by engraved "J ADAMS". Backstrap is engraved "NEW YORK". CONDITION: As new, unfired condition. With a total of 35 made, and this being the only one made for New York, makes it a very special, one of a kind hand engraved revolver in the original black powder series. Manufactured 1978 to 1984 (early 2nd Generation), a continuation of the original 1860's series made to the same high standards but with better steel. Comes with all receipts and an article in original cardboard box with matching numbers. Simply breathtaking. DB Accessories : Display Case, Box Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Paperwork : Receipts, article Serial Number: 205932 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF 2: US PERCUSSION PISTOLS - ASTON MODEL 1842 AND COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET. (A) LOT OF 2: US PERCUSSION PISTOLS - ASTON MODEL 1842 AND COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET.

(A) LOT OF 2: US PERCUSSION PISTOLS - ASTON MODEL 1842 AND COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET.

Lot #1043 (Sale Order 1043 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) 1846 dated Model 1842 US Martial pistol made by Aston. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Metal has been heavily cleaned with areas of pitting and loss. Barrel markings are no longer present. Lock markings, while correct, are too sharp and most likely restamped. Stock has been heavily sanded, no cartouche. Swivel ramrod appears to be a reproduction. Good mechanical function. (B) 1849 Model Colt pocket percussion revolver, made in 1866. Matching numbers. Rammer is unnumbered. The muzzle has been trimmed. Six shot. Single line New York address. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina with some light surface rust and about 10% barrel blue. Markings are clear. Grips have some dings and handling marks with a fair amount of original varnish. Wedge retaining screw head is broken. Due to a weak cylinder stop, the cylinder will over rotate when the gun is cocked. GR Barrel Length: (A) 8" (B) 3 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: (A) .54 Percussion (B) .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) H. Aston (B) Colt Model: (A) 1842 (B) 1849 Serial Number: (A) NSN (B) 280108 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TOW: BRACE OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COLT AND MANHATTAN REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF TOW: BRACE OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COLT AND MANHATTAN REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TOW: BRACE OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COLT AND MANHATTAN REVOLVERS.

Lot #1044 (Sale Order 1044 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1860 Army with matching numbers and martially inspected grips. Grips have been personalized with "MGXXC-MGW" carved on butt. CONDITION: Good with an even patina overall and light salt and pepper pitting. Action needs attention as does not function properly. Wedge screw is a modern replacement. (B) Manhattan Navy Pattern revolver with varnished walnut grips, octagon barrel with engraved cylinder scene. CONDITION: Good, action needs attention as it fails to operate properly. Finish is a mottled brown. Grips have been refurbished. TDW Barrel Length: (A) 8" (B) 6 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 Percussion (B) .36 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Manhattan Model: (A) 1860 (B) Navy Serial Number: (A) 117955 (B) 58544 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH BRITISH PROOFS AND LONDON ADDRESS. (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH BRITISH PROOFS AND LONDON ADDRESS.

(A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER WITH BRITISH PROOFS AND LONDON ADDRESS.

Lot #1045 (Sale Order 1045 of 558)

Standard configuration with 5" octagon barrel. Marked on top "ADDRESS COL. COLT/ LONDON". British proofed on the barrel and cylinder. Iron grip straps. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with light pitting and dings. Markings are clear. Grips show wear and handling marks. Several replacement screws. The nipples are most likely replacements. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 5" Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1849 Pocket Serial Number: 9154 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE COLT LONDON POCKET NAVY MADE IN 1868. (A) SCARCE COLT LONDON POCKET NAVY MADE IN 1868.

(A) SCARCE COLT LONDON POCKET NAVY MADE IN 1868.

Lot #1046 (Sale Order 1046 of 558)

Colt model 1862 pocket revolver in the Navy caliber, referred to as the Pocket Navy. London address on the barrel along with British proofs on the cylinder and left side of the barrel. Iron back strap and trigger guard. Correct "L" stamping above the serial number on the barrel and below the serial number on the trigger guard. All numbers are matching. The lever is unnumbered. One piece grips. Made in 1868. The octagon barrel is 5 - 3/8 inches long. Accompanied by a copy of the February 2001 issue of The Gun Report magazine featuring these guns. CONDITION: Retains an even patina with some traces of original blue and some touch up. Markings are clear, although the cylinder scene is worn. Wedge is loose. Bore has strong rifling. Action is slightly out of time and the cylinder will not always advance. Grip show wear with dings and handling marks. GR Barrel Length: 5 - 3/8" Caliber/Bore: .36 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1862 Pocket Navy Serial Number: 37214L Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF THREE: ITALIAN, COLT AND MANHATTAN PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF THREE: ITALIAN, COLT AND MANHATTAN PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF THREE: ITALIAN, COLT AND MANHATTAN PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

Lot #1047 (Sale Order 1047 of 558)

Lot consist of: (A) Italian reproduction of a Colt 1851 Navy with case and accessories. Made and imported for Navy Arms. Italian proofed. Barrel is marked "EIG Navy". Case includes a powder flask, lead balls, bullet mold, caps and assorted tools. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90+% of its original finish. Grips are very good with light handling marks. Bore with fair rifling. Shows signs of use. Nipples are in very good condition. Mechanically fine with a tight hammer and cylinder. Case and accessories range from good to very good. (B) Manhattan Firearms Naval Model with display case. Gun is missing parts and is inoperable as it sits. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall poor. Metal retains little to no finish. Grips are cracked. Bore is dark with poor rifling. Nipples are poor. Gun is missing multiple parts. Not able to fire as it sits. Case is very good. (C) Colt 1849 Pocket percussion revolver with display case. Manufactured in 1863. Serial number on the cylinder and barrel do not match. All other parts match. Engraving on cylinder is heavily worn. Case is unmarked. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with generous wear throughout. Grips are poor with numerous dings, scratches and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. Case is very good. JA Accessories: (A) Case (B) Display Case (C) Display Case Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2" (B) 6 - 1/2" (C) 4" Caliber/Bore: (A&B) .36 Percussion (C) .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Italian (B) Manhattan (C) Colt Model: (A) 1851 Navy (B) Naval Model (C) 1849 Serial Number: (A) 27698 (B) 10946(C) 229454 Condition: Dimensions: Larger Case: 11" x 12 - 3/4" x 2".

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(A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER MADE IN 1862. (A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER MADE IN 1862.

(A) CIVIL WAR COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER MADE IN 1862.

Lot #1048 (Sale Order 1048 of 558)

Standard three screw configuration. Single line New York address on barrel. Matching numbers. Made in 1862. Sub-inspectors marks on metal. Very faint trace of cartouche on left grip. There are two filled holes in the bottom of the grip metal. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned. Markings are clear, although the butt number is very weak. Hammer screw appears to be a replacement. Grips have dings and handling marks, showing wear. Good mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Serial Number: 33795 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1861 NAVY CONVERSIONS TO CENTERFIRE. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1861 NAVY CONVERSIONS TO CENTERFIRE.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT 1861 NAVY CONVERSIONS TO CENTERFIRE.

Lot #1049 (Sale Order 1049 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Serial number 61045 Colt Model 1851 Navy-Army converted to a Richards Mason Navy-Navy revolver. with "R.W.M. with anchor" inspection on bottom flat of barrel (Richard W Meade). Marked U.S.N. on butt. Matching numbers found on barrel, frame and trigger guard. Conversion number 1045 found on loading gate and cylinder; wedge is without number. Very scarce conversion. CONDITION, Very good being void of most finish on barrel and backstrap with small amounts of finish in protected areas. Frame retains 20% vivid case colors. Bore is very good and action operates properly. Several frame and grips screws are modern replacements and is missing one rear grip screw. (B) Colt Model 1851 Navy-Navy conversion with Model 1861 barrel shortened to 6 - 1/2". Matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard and back strap. Cylinder is mismatched. Richards Mason Navy-Navy revolver. with "R.W.M. with anchor" inspection on bottom of barrel (Richard W Meade). CONDITION: Fair with most finish worn. Grips are worn and have a carved LG on left side. Action operates inconsistently. A brass shim has been installed between frame and recoil shield for unknown reason. TDW Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2" (B) 6 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (Both) .38 Short Colt FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) 1861 Navy Conversion Serial Number: (A) 61045 (B) 4568 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT ROUND BARREL POCKET NAVY CONVERSION TO .38 RIMFIRE (A) COLT ROUND BARREL POCKET NAVY CONVERSION TO .38 RIMFIRE

(A) COLT ROUND BARREL POCKET NAVY CONVERSION TO .38 RIMFIRE

Lot #1050 (Sale Order 1050 of 558)

4 - 1/2" round barrel with Colt New York address on top. Sliding ejector assembly, rebated cylinder with Stagecoach cylinder scene. One piece varnished walnut grips. Matching numbers observed on barrel, frame, butt and cylinder as well as loading gate. Nickel finish on barrel and frame with silver gilt on front and back straps. Interesting period of cartridge and firearms development utilizing and converting existing percussion revolver on hand. CONDITION: Good with properly operating action. Nickel finish with freckled but very honest and uncleaned. Grips have been lightly sanded at an earlier time and had the initials "JT" added on top left. TDW Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .38 Rimfire Manufacturer: Colt Model: Pocket Navy Conversion Serial Number: 47340 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL 3 .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER. (A) SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL 3 .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER.

(A) SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL 3 .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER.

Lot #1051 (Sale Order 1051 of 558)

Nickel plated, 6" barrel chambered in .44 Russian. Pinned full radius front sight with "V" notch rear sights. Two piece black hard rubber grips, checkered with diamond and S&W monogram. Comes with a Smith & Wesson archival letter dated June 23, 2006 and signed by Roy G. Jinks / Historian. Letter documents the revolvers' configuration and shipment to Hartley & Graham Co., New York City, New York on April 22, 1887. CONDITION: Very fine overall with 60-70% original nickel with scattered areas of brown patina. Bore is fine and bright with light pitting. Action is tight and crisp. Grips are excellent showing modest wear. -MKS- Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: .44 Russian FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S&W Model: New Model 3 Paperwork: Factory Letter Serial Number: 24132 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 REVOLVER. (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 REVOLVER.

(A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .44-40 REVOLVER.

Lot #1052 (Sale Order 1052 of 558)

Manufactured in 1879. Factory letter states this gun shipped in March of 1879 to "H&D Folsom Arms Company" New York, New York. Original finish is listed as blue. Serial numbers all match. Grips look to be original. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina in areas. Grips are fair with numerous dings, scratches and gouges. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44-40 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Paperwork: Factory letter Serial Number: 50973 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT 1873 ARTILLERY .45 LC REVOLVER. (A) COLT 1873 ARTILLERY .45 LC REVOLVER.

(A) COLT 1873 ARTILLERY .45 LC REVOLVER.

Lot #1053 (Sale Order 1053 of 558)

Colt 1873 Artillery Single Action Army revolver. Serial number dates this gun to 1885. Blued frame and trigger guard with a case hardened frame. Unfortunately the numbers on the frame, cylinder, and grip do not match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 85% of its original finish with light handling marks in areas. Grips are very good with light handling marks and wear on the edges. Bore with fair rifling left. Hammer and cylinder are tight. A nice Colt for your collection. JA Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 LC FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1873 Artillery Serial Number: 115322 Condition: Dimensions: CORRECTION: Factory letter has been obtained and verifies the revolver was shipped to US Gov't inspector in 1885 with 150 additional Colt revolvers.

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(A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 - 1/2 AND 5TH MODEL REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 - 1/2 AND 5TH MODEL REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 - 1/2 AND 5TH MODEL REVOLVERS.

Lot #1054 (Sale Order 1054 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Model 1-1/2 centerfire. 3" barrel. Spur trigger. Chambered in .32 S&W. Nickel with checkered hard rubber grips with S&W monogram. Complete with correct red hinged box. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% bright nickel. Couple small areas of corrosion on cylinder. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is bright and clean. (B) 5th Model top break, double action, with integral front sight. 3" barrel. Nickel with checkered black hard rubber grips with S&W monogram. Blue trigger guard. Five shot cylinder. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 98% original blue and nickel remaining, a couple of small areas of corrosion on the cylinder. Bright case color on hammer and trigger. Grips are excellent showing little to no wear. Bore is excellent, bright, and clean. -MKS- Accessories: (BOTH) Boxes Barrel Length: (A) 3" (B) 3" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 S&W FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) S&W Model: (A) 1-1/2 (B) 5th Model Serial Number: (A) 22628 (B) 322894 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER. (A) COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER.

(A) COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER.

Lot #1055 (Sale Order 1055 of 558)

Manufactured in 1892. Factory blue finish and hard plastic grips. Factory letter states this gun shipped in March of 1892 to Walter Tips in Austin, Texas. Serial numbers on the frame, butt, and trigger guard all match. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and patina in areas. Grips are very good with minor wear and handling marks. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show some wobble. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44-40 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: Single Action Army Paperwork: Factory Letter Serial Number: 145519 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LC REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER. (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LC REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER.

(A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 LC REVOLVER WITH FACTORY LETTER.

Lot #1056 (Sale Order 1056 of 558)

Manufactured in 1884. Factory letter seems to have been cut off. Frame number, number on the trigger guard, and number on the butt all match. Cylinder is unmarked. Ivory grips. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with signs of heavy cleaning and polish. Grips have numerous cracks and gouges. Bore with poor rifling. Hammer and cylinder show signs of play. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .45 LC FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Paperwork: Factory letter Serial Number: 111049 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) MERWIN & HULBERT DOUBLE ACTION .44 M&H REVOLVER. (A) MERWIN & HULBERT DOUBLE ACTION .44 M&H REVOLVER.

(A) MERWIN & HULBERT DOUBLE ACTION .44 M&H REVOLVER.

Lot #1057 (Sale Order 1057 of 558)

Large frame revolver with 7" barrel. Left side of frame marked "CALIBRE 44 M.H.&CO". Nickel with case hardened trigger guard and hammer. Two piece mother of pearl grips. Lanyard ring on butt. CONDITION: Completely refinished with nearly all reapplied nickel remaining. Beautiful mother of pearl grips, fit well to backstrap and frame. Action works well with cylinder occasionally not locking tight. Bore is near excellent with light scattered pitting. -MKS- Barrel Length: 7" Caliber/Bore: .44 M.H. FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Merwin & Hulbert Model: Pocket Army 4th Model Serial Number: 18786 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FACTORY ENGRAVED IVORY STOCKED .32 RF WHITNEYVILLE REVOLVER. (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED IVORY STOCKED .32 RF WHITNEYVILLE REVOLVER.

(A) FACTORY ENGRAVED IVORY STOCKED .32 RF WHITNEYVILLE REVOLVER.

Lot #1058 (Sale Order 1058 of 558)

Chambered for .32 Rimfire with a six shot cylinder. Brass frame engraved in tight scrolls with dot punch background. Barrel has intertwined border engraved from breech forward, Barrel marked "WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY CT, USA". Silver plated finish with a wonderful set of aged ivory two piece grips. CONDITION: Very fine with over 75% of the silver remaining with wear at high points. Action operates properly. Grips are excellent with no material loss. Bore and chambers are very fine. TDW Barrel Length: 3 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .32 Rimfire FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Whitneyville Model: 2 Serial Number: 2246 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT OPEN TOP SEVEN SHOT .22 REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT OPEN TOP SEVEN SHOT .22 REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT OPEN TOP SEVEN SHOT .22 REVOLVERS.

Lot #1059 (Sale Order 1059 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1876. Brass frame. Factory engraved frame, cylinder, and barrel. Colt Hartford address on barrel. Smooth walnut grips. CONDITION: Good with matching numbers on barrel and butt. Bore is very dark, action operates properly. Grips are very good with most all varnish remaining. (B) Colt Open Top .22. Manufactured 1874 with brass frame and nickel barrel and cylinder. Matching numbers found on butt and barrel. Traces of silver finish found beneath cylinder on frame. CONDITION: Very good with good bore and excellent action and mechanics. Grips are very fine with most varnish remaining. Brass frame has mellowed to a mustard patina while most all nickel remains on barrel and cylinder. TDW Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 3/8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Open Top Serial Number: (A) 87634 (B) 10630 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND LIGHTNING REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND LIGHTNING REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND LIGHTNING REVOLVERS.

Lot #1060 (Sale Order 1060 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Colt Single Action Army revolver. Manufactured in 1874. Frame is marked "U.S." next to the patent dates. Factory blued finish. Grip is faux antler. Serial numbers on the frame and barrel do not match. Cylinder and frame do match. Hammer has been replaced at some point. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with wear and handling marks in areas. Grip is very good with light wear. Bore is dirty with fair rifling. Hammer and cylinder are tight. Mechanically fine. (B) Colt Model 1877 Lightning double action revolver. Manufactured in 1902. Factory blued finish with the correct "birds head" grip. Serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard and butt all match. CONDITION: Overall very good. Metal retains 90% or more of its original blue finish. Grips are good with light wear to the checkering. Bore is dirty, but has good rifling left. Mechanically excellent. Hammer and cylinder show a small amount of wobble. JA Barrel Length: (A) 4 - 3/4" (B) 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .45 (B) .38 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) Single Action Army (B) 1877 Lightning Serial Number: (A) 8771 (B) 135182 Condition: Dimensions:CORRECTION: After further review, the revolvers were found to be refinished.

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(A) SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 1 REVOLVER. (A) SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 1 REVOLVER.

(A) SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 1 REVOLVER.

Lot #1061 (Sale Order 1061 of 558)

Model 1, 2nd Issue. 3 - 1/4" octagon barrel. Tip-up frame, seven shot cylinder. Chambered in .22 Rimfire Short. Blue barrel and cylinder with silver plated frame. Two piece smooth rosewood grips. CONDITION: Very fine overall with traces of original blue tuned to brown patina on barrel and cylinder. Frame has most original silver plating. Grips are excellent with most original finish showing light to moderate wear. Bore is dark with pitting. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- Barrel Length: 3 -1/4" Caliber/Bore: .22 Rimfire FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S&W Model: Model 1, 2nd Issue Serial Number: 31321 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL RUSSIAN/OLD MODEL RUSSIAN .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER. (A) SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL RUSSIAN/OLD MODEL RUSSIAN .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER.

(A) SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL RUSSIAN/OLD MODEL RUSSIAN .44 RUSSIAN REVOLVER.

Lot #1062 (Sale Order 1062 of 558)

Serial number 29035 on butt as well as internal of right grip. Standard S&W single line address ending with "69" patent date. Cylinder is 1.42 inches in length. These commercial Russian revolvers had a rough and ready history of being used by lawmen and the lawless alike, J. Wesley Hardin carried serial number 25274. CONDITION: Fair, gun is a deep chocolate patina with a dark bore. Cylinder does not rotate properly and hammer does not hold in any position. Locking latch spring on top is broken. However this is a wonderful example of a true western era large frame Smith that is very aesthetically appealing and presents itself well. TDW Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Russian FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S&W Model: First Model Russian Serial Number: 24035 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 2 ARMY .32 RF AND REMINGTON .31 RF NEW MODEL POCKET REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 2 ARMY .32 RF AND REMINGTON .31 RF NEW MODEL POCKET REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 2 ARMY .32 RF AND REMINGTON .31 RF NEW MODEL POCKET REVOLVERS.

Lot #1063 (Sale Order 1063 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) S&W No. 2 Army. .32 rimfire, 6" octagon barrel. Two-piece rosewood grips. Six-shot non-fluted cylinder. CONDITION: Fair overall. No remaining finish turned a grey/brown patina overall. Some rounding to barrel edges. Bore is dark, action will not lock into firing position. Rosewood grips are fine with most original finish remaining showing light wear. (B) Remington New Model Pocket Revolver factory conversion to .31 rimfire. 3 - 1/2" octagon barrel. Two-piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Good overall, no remaining original finish, turned a gun metal grey patina overall. Action operates properly. Grips are very good showing moderate wear. Bore is dark. -MKS- Barrel Length: (A) 6" (B) 3 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 (B) .31 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Smith & Wesson (B) Remington Model: (A) No. 2 (B) New Model Pocket Serial Number: (A) 17141 (B) 109 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT BISLEY CARTRIDGE REVOLVER. (A) COLT BISLEY CARTRIDGE REVOLVER.

(A) COLT BISLEY CARTRIDGE REVOLVER.

Lot #1064 (Sale Order 1064 of 558)

Serial number 208100 manufactured in 1901. 5 - 1/2" barrel with King front sight. Chambered in .44-40 with left side of barrel marked roll-die "BISLEY MODEL / COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER". Left side of frame marked with Colt patent dates and Rampant Colt motif. Contemporary engraved in a typical "New York" style featuring scrolls and a punch dot background. Imitation two piece pearl-like grips. Nice unmolested screws. CONDITION: Very good overall with a good shootable bore. Entire gun looks like it has been wiped down with either cold blue or some sort of browning solution. Action is tight and crisp. Would make a nice shooter. -MKS- Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44-40 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: Bisley Serial Number: 206100 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ANTIQUE REVOLVERS. (A) LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ANTIQUE REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ANTIQUE REVOLVERS.

Lot #1065 (Sale Order 1065 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Hopkins and Allen engraved "Ranger No.2" 5 shot revolver with nickelled frame and black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Poor with indexing problem. (B) Red Jacket No. 3 5 shot engraved thumb trigger revolver with black checkered "Birds head " grip. CONDITION: Fair with mechanical issues. (C) New York Pistol Company "Wide Awake" 5 shot thumb trigger revolver with nickel engraved receiver and "Mother of Pearl " grips. CONDITION: Good, with mechanical issues. (D) "Defender" engraved nickel receiver revolver with 5 shot cylinder and ivory grips. CONDITION: Poor with mechanical issues. (E) "Chieftain" engraved 5 shot nickel plated revolver with black checkered grips. CONDITION: Poor with mechanical issues. DLM Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/4" (B) 4 - 1/8" (C) 2 - 1/2" (D) 2 - 3/8" (E) 2 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: (A&B&D&E) .32 RF (C) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Hopkins and Allen (B) Red Jacket (C) NY Pistol Co (D) American (E) American Model: (A) Ranger 2 (B) Revolver (C) Wide Awake (D) Defender (E) Chieftan Serial Number: (A&B&D&E) NSN (C) 588 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF COLT .22 OPEN TOP REVOLVERS PRODUCED IN 1875. (A) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF COLT .22 OPEN TOP REVOLVERS PRODUCED IN 1875.

(A) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF COLT .22 OPEN TOP REVOLVERS PRODUCED IN 1875.

Lot #1066 (Sale Order 1066 of 558)

Pair of factory engraved Colt .22 Open Top revolvers. Seven shot design with single action operation. (A) Nickel finish with scroll engraving and Ivory grips and matching numbers. (B) Nickel finish with mother of pearl grips and scroll engraved with matching numbers. CONDITION: Both guns are good condition with dark bores and properly operating actions. Finishes are worn but very attractive. TDW Barrel Length: (BOTH) 2 - 3/8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Open Top Serial Number: (A) 65127 (B) 78686 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES. (A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES.

(A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS POCKET RIFLES.

Lot #1067 (Sale Order 1067 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) No. 40 octagon to round 12" barrel. Chambered in .25-RF. Globe front sight. Rear flip-up ladder sight. Dovetail mounted nickel plated, skeleton stock. Nickel plated frame and trigger guard. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine overall. 85-90% thinning blue on barrel, mixed with blue-brown patina. 90%+ bright nickel on frame, flaking on the backstrap and butt. Grips are fine showing moderate wear. Bore good with scattered pitting. )B) No. 42 2nd issue. 10" octagon to round barrel. Chambered in .22 rimfire. Globe front sight. "V" notch rear sight. Blue with nickel plated frame and stock. Two piece walnut stock. CONDITION: Fine overall with approximately 80% thinning blue on barrel. Most all original nickel on frame, backstrap, butt, and stock. Original unmolested screws. Grips are good showing moderate to heavy wear. Bore is good with scattered pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- Barrel Length: (A) 12" (B) 10" Caliber/Bore: (A) .25 RF (B) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (A) No. 40 (B) No. 42 Serial Number: (A) 28442 (B) 33382 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF 2: HIGH CONDITION STEVENS SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES. (A) LOT OF 2: HIGH CONDITION STEVENS SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES.

(A) LOT OF 2: HIGH CONDITION STEVENS SINGLE SHOT POCKET RIFLES.

Lot #1068 (Sale Order 1068 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Medium frame, 18" barrel chambered in .25 Stevens caliber. Globe front and fold down elevator rear sights. Blue and nickel with two piece walnut grips. Detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Excellent plus with 98%+ original blue on barrel. Most all original bright nickel on frame and stock. Strong fire blue on hammer and trigger. Excellent grips showing light to moderate wear. Bore has strong rifling with scattered pitting. (B) Medium frame, 10" barrel chambered in .32 Rimfire. Globe front high "V" notch rear sights. Blue and nickel with two piece rosewood grips. Detachable skeleton stock. CONDITION: Excellent 95% original blue on barrel. 97% original nickel showing light scratches on frame and stock. Strong fire blue on hammer and trigger. Excellent rosewood grips showing light wear. Bore has strong rifling with scattered pitting. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- Barrel Length: (A) 18" (B) 10" Caliber/Bore: (A) .25 Stevens (B) .32 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (BOTH) MEDIUM FRAME POCKET RIFLES Serial Number: (A) 37415 (B) 8271 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) UNIQUE LUNCHBOX COLT NUMBER 2 DERRINGER INTENDED FOR ENGLISH MARKET CHAMBERED FOR .41 ELEY CENTE (A) UNIQUE LUNCHBOX COLT NUMBER 2 DERRINGER INTENDED FOR ENGLISH MARKET CHAMBERED FOR .41 ELEY CENTE

(A) UNIQUE LUNCHBOX COLT NUMBER 2 DERRINGER INTENDED FOR ENGLISH MARKET CHAMBERED FOR .41 ELEY CENTE

Lot #1069 (Sale Order 1069 of 558)

This unique Colt #2 Derringer remains in the white as never having been factory finished. Made without serial number however does have the proper Colt Hartford address on top barrel flat. Chambered for the .41 Eley Centerfire as opposed to the conventional .41 RF as most all Colt Derringer are. A very small group (Approx. 50 pairs) of Colt #2 Derringers were ordered in 1876 for sale at Colt's Pall Mall offices in .41 Eley Centerfire. This example, as is previously mentioned, is made without serial number. Has a small "B" sub inspection under the right grip at base and a small "C" sub inspection on rear of barrel at hinge. Close examination will reveal that this pistol has never been finished and the natural assumption would be that it left in a Colt workman's lunchbox or pocket for his own unauthorized personal use. This same workman was probably very surprised when he discovered that it was centerfire and not rimfire thus explaining its unused condition. CONDITION: Very fine with some very slight discoloration to the white steel from storage. The hammer and trigger retain almost all of the vivid case colors. The bore is brilliant and shows no indication of use. The two piece walnut checkered grips are superb with little to no distress. A truly unique Colt Derringer. TDW Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .41 Eley Centerfire FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: No. 2 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CASED PAIR OF LE PAGE WAX BULLET DUELLING PISTOLS. (A) CASED PAIR OF LE PAGE WAX BULLET DUELLING PISTOLS.

(A) CASED PAIR OF LE PAGE WAX BULLET DUELLING PISTOLS.

Lot #1070 (Sale Order 1070 of 558)

Constructed for use with wax bullets at the turn of the century, allowing two duelists to settle their disagreement without spilling a drop of blood. Side lever breechloaders, octagonal blued barrels, checkered forearms with case colored locking levers, and checkered pistol grips with case colored caps and urn extensions. Spurred blued trigger guards with distinctive cutout and slot for handguards, dovetailed front and rear sights. Case colored receivers and blued barrels, trigger guards, and hammer. Sides of hammers are appropriately in the white, as are locking lug flats. Pistols are housed a two flat green baize lined oak case with top flat holding both pistols, a brass cleaning rod, and six empty wax bullet cartridges. Second flat holds two mops, a bullet mold, two more wax cartridges, one with a cast wax bullet, two handguards, a box of 75 primers, a brass casting funnel, and what appears to be a decapping rod with a pointed tip. Baize lining marked on inside cover "LEPAGE Freres / 12 RUE MARTEL / PARIS". CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of their bluing and case coloring, with just a few very minor marks from handling and operation; both barrels have splotches of bluing flaking to brown. Forearm levers of both pistols heavily rubbed against lining. The wood is extremely fine with sharp checkering and good coloration. Actions work appropriately, bores are excellent, bright and shiny with sharp rifling, and just a touch of very light pitting at the breech. Accessories are very good, cartridges have some very light traces of oxidation as a result of use, other accessories with age patina. Case is very good with some nicks and dings acquired over the years and minor mothing to baize. Accompanied by paperwork when this set was sold at Sotheby Parke Bernet, September 1973, and correspondence with the NRA circa 1973 when the buyer from Sotheby's inquired for information. An extremely attractive set of very rare pistols! EW Accessories: Case with accessories Barrel Length: (BOTH) 10 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Le Page Model: (BOTH) Duelers Paperwork: Provenance Serial Number: (A) 1 / 160 (B) 2 / 160 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS HUNTERS PET POCKET RIFLES NO. 34 (A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS HUNTERS PET POCKET RIFLES NO. 34

(A) LOT OF TWO: STEVENS HUNTERS PET POCKET RIFLES NO. 34

Lot #1071 (Sale Order 1071 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) 18" octagon barrel, globe front, adjustable ladder rear sights. Chambered in .32 Rimfire, blue with nickel frame. Nickel plated detachable skeleton stock. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Barrel has thinning blue that has turned a brown patina overall. Most all original nickel remaining on the frame and stock. Grips show moderate wear. Bore is dark with good rifling. (B) Same configuration as (A) above with the exception of a replaced blade type front sight. CONDITION: 65-70% original blue mixed with patina on barrel. Most all original bright nickel remaining on frame and stock. Grips show moderate wear. Bore is near excellent with light corrosion. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. -MKS- Barrel Length: (BOTH) 18" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .32 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) STEVENS Model: (BOTH) 34 Serial Number: (A) 318 (B) 4265 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: SHARPS MODEL 2 .30 CALIBER AND MODEL 1A .22 CALIBER FOUR BARREL DERRINGERS. (A) LOT OF TWO: SHARPS MODEL 2 .30 CALIBER AND MODEL 1A .22 CALIBER FOUR BARREL DERRINGERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: SHARPS MODEL 2 .30 CALIBER AND MODEL 1A .22 CALIBER FOUR BARREL DERRINGERS.

Lot #1072 (Sale Order 1072 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Sharps .30 Rimfire four barrel derringer with silver plated brass frame, blue steel barrel cluster, and checkered gutta percha grips. Serial number 521 found on butt and base of barrel. CONDITION: Fine, with over 90% silver remaining with exceptional gutta percha grips. Barrels retain traces of blue in the gullets and bores are dark with visible rifling. Action operates properly. (B) Sharps model 1A .22 four shot with deluxe gutta percha grips. Serial number 15407 found on butt and base of barrel. Brass frame with silver washed finish and blue steel barrel cluster. CONDITION: Good, with 10% silver remaining on frame. Barrel has turned brown patina, bores are dark. Grips are very fine and action operates properly. TDW Barrel Length: (A) 3" (B) 2 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 RF (B) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Sharps Model: (A) Four Barrel (B) 1A Serial Number: (A) 521 (B) 45407 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FRANK WESSON POCKET RIFLE IN .32 RIMFIRE. (A) FRANK WESSON POCKET RIFLE IN .32 RIMFIRE.

(A) FRANK WESSON POCKET RIFLE IN .32 RIMFIRE.

Lot #1073 (Sale Order 1073 of 558)

Medium framed 1870 pocket rifle made by Frank Wesson circa 1880. Blued octagonal barrel with globe front sight. Iron frame with spur trigger. Rosewood grips and folding tang peep sight. Comes with case hardened skeleton steel stock. CONDITION: Barrel has 60% original blue with holes for rear sight (missing). Frame has worn to a plum patina. Grips have traces of original finish with no cracks or breaks. Good bore with good mechanics. Stock is possible replacement, not numbered to gun, with added finish. DLM Barrel Length: 18" Caliber/Bore: .32 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Frank Wesson Model: Pocket Rifle Serial Number: 2189 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO STEVENS TIP UP .22 RIMFIRE PISTOLS. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO STEVENS TIP UP .22 RIMFIRE PISTOLS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO STEVENS TIP UP .22 RIMFIRE PISTOLS.

Lot #1074 (Sale Order 1074 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company No. 35 tip up pistol with blued half round half octagon barrel with blade front sight and notched rear adjustable sight. Blued frame and swelled butt with walnut plain grip. Made from 1923- 1942. CONDITION: 80% blue on metal with 80% varnish on grips. Good bore and mechanics. (B) No. 41 Model made from 1896-1916 with blued half round half octagon barrel with blade front sight and notched rear frame. Nickeled iron frame with two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: 60% barrel blue with 60% nickel. 60% original varnish. Good bore and mechanics. DLM Barrel Length: (A) 8" (B) 3 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Stevens Model: (A) No. 35 (B) No. 41 Serial Number: (A) 41610 (B) 20015 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT AND REMINGTON PISTOLS. (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT AND REMINGTON PISTOLS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT AND REMINGTON PISTOLS.

Lot #1075 (Sale Order 1075 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Colt Open Top New line revolver with nickel finish and walnut grips. Seven-shot design and single action operation. CONDITION: Fair with 70% nickel finish remaining and most all varnish remaining on grips. Action operates properly. Bore is very dark. (B) Remington Elliot over/under Derringer with ivory two piece grips. .41 Rimfire. Housed in period small display case. CONDITION: Good with solid hinges without cracks. Action operates properly. Grips have a nicely toned color. Gun is a chocolate patina overall. Accessories: Case Barrel Length: (A) 2 - 3/8" (B) 3" Caliber/Bore: (A) .22 RF (B) .41 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Colt (B) Remington Model: (A) New Line Open Top (B) Elliot Over/Under Serial Number: (A) 101371 (B) 55 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: MARLIN O.K. DERRINGER AND AND REMINGTON PISTOLS. (A) LOT OF TWO: MARLIN O.K. DERRINGER AND AND REMINGTON PISTOLS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: MARLIN O.K. DERRINGER AND AND REMINGTON PISTOLS.

Lot #1076 (Sale Order 1076 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Marlin O.K. Model Derringer. Made 1863-1870. Brass frame. Swing out barrel. Barrel is stamped "OK" on top. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with some light pitting and patina in areas. Grips are fair with numerous dings and scratches. Bore with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. (B) Remington Type II Derringer. Marked "Remington Arms Co. ILION NY" on top of the barrel. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its finish with bare metal in numerous places. Grip is fair with most of the checkering worn in places. Barrel does show some signs of wobble. Bores with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: (A) 3 - 1/8" (B) 3" Caliber/Bore: (A) .30 Smoothbore (B) .41 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Marlin (B) Remington Model: (A) OK (B) Type II Serial Number: (A) NSN (B) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) COLT NO. 3 .41 RF DERRINGER RETAILED BY W. WATSON AND SONS, LONDON. (A) COLT NO. 3 .41 RF DERRINGER RETAILED BY W. WATSON AND SONS, LONDON.

(A) COLT NO. 3 .41 RF DERRINGER RETAILED BY W. WATSON AND SONS, LONDON.

Lot #1077 (Sale Order 1077 of 558)

Marked "313 HOLBORN 41 CAL LONDON" on the left side of the frame. Brass frame. Iron Barrel. Ivory grips. Top of the barrel is marked "COLT". CONDITION: Overall good. Metal retains little of its original finish with signs of heavy cleaning and polish, Grips have cracks in areas. Bore is fair with no visible rifling left. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: 2 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .41 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: No. 3 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE 1814 TRYON MADE (A) SCARCE 1814 TRYON MADE

(A) SCARCE 1814 TRYON MADE "CP" MARKED FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

Lot #1078 (Sale Order 1078 of 558)

This is a Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made rifle with 1814 style patchbox and cheekpiece. Gun has "Tryon of Phila" marked octagon rifled barrel with rifle sights and "CP 172" on left rear barrel flat along with "P" in circle proof. "Tryon" marked flintlock with musket style sideplate. Full walnut stock marked "CP 172" and a name which is unreadable with flat iron barrel keys. Brass furniture with 1814 style side opener patchbox. Steel ramrod. CONDITION: Gun has fine aged original finish with handling and usage marks. Buttplate appears to be a replacement with added finish. Wood has aged finish with visible cartouche and no visible restoration. Most of the Tryon CP rifles have have slight variations. Tryon always had a strained relationship with the government and eventually quit contract work for them. A scarce and desirable Pennsylvania contract rifle. DLM Barrel Length: 40" Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Tryon Model: CP Rifle Model 1814 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED

(A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED "JS" ON PATCHBOX FOR JOHN SHULER.

Lot #1079 (Sale Order 1079 of 558)

Three stage, smoothbore barrel with iron front and rear sights. Flat lockplate with beveled edges and scroll engraving. Early lock with detached pan. Brass furniture in the classic Bucks County, Pennsylvania style including a horizontally hinged one piece patchbox with a large script "JS" and an engraved propeller design. Curled Bucks County trigger and classic Bucks County trigger guard. Bucks County sideplate with beveled edges and triangular finial at back. Figured maple stock of classic, early Bucks County form with elongated, high relief cheekpiece. Engraved with symmetrical design around ramrod entry ferrule and barrel tang, as well as incised stylized Fleur-de-Lis around lock and sideplate. There are incised 'C' scrolls on both sides of the wrist and incised propeller design above the cheekpiece and large 'C' scrolls behind the cheekpiece. There is also a 'C' scroll in front of the trigger guard finial. CONDITION: Barrel retains a dark, pitted surface and barrel was probably shortened during the period of use. Lock is in its original flintlock configuration but does not hold on cock. Half of sideplate (front portion) is absent. Brass shows some wear and retains a mustard patina. Patchbox does not latch shut. Several areas on both sides of the forend have been replaced, as well as some other slivers including the toe of the buttstock. Toeplate is absent. There is also a piece replaced between barrel tang and lockplate. Carving shows some wear. Ramrod is a replacement. A worthy candidate of a good, professional restoration as signed Bucks County rifles are extremely rare. DMG Barrel Length: 47" Caliber/Bore: .73 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: John Shuler Model: Flintlock Fowler Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) WILLIAM HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY RIFLE. (A) WILLIAM HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY RIFLE.

(A) WILLIAM HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY RIFLE.

Lot #1080 (Sale Order 1080 of 558)

Massive octagon barreled fullstock Kentucky rifle stamped "W. HENRY LANCASTER" on top barrel flat. 1-3/4" wide butt curly maple full stock with Lancaster style patchbox and toe release. Massive 50-5/8" long barrel with deep rifling and .60 caliber. Lancaster style sideplate and trigger guard. Huge faceted brass ramrod pipes holding a large hardwood ramrod with hidden worm attachment in tip. Flat iron barrel keys with barrel having rifle sights. Lancaster style sideplate holding an early style handmade lock with a tipped rear controlled by a single trigger. Consignor has paperwork indicating possible manufacture for use by colonial troops in the Revolution. CONDITION: Rifle has aged patina on metal parts with unpolished brass having a golden patina. Lid on patchbox has small dent. Lock is possible replacement with gun never converted. Wood has excellent original finish with no visible restoration and light handling and usage marks. Mechanics are good. A very interesting rifle. DLM2019 Barrel Length: 50 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: .60 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: W. Henry Model: Flintlock Rifle Paperwork: Prev description, book excerpt, notes Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY .69 CALIBER MUSKET IN ORIGINAL FLINT DATED 1818. (A) SCARCE SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY .69 CALIBER MUSKET IN ORIGINAL FLINT DATED 1818.

(A) SCARCE SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY .69 CALIBER MUSKET IN ORIGINAL FLINT DATED 1818.

Lot #1081 (Sale Order 1081 of 558)

Well marked in two lines on the lock "VIRGINIA/ Manufactory", "RICHMOND/ 1818" at tail. "P" proof on left side of barrel at breach. Has the assembly number of "11" on the buttplate, bands, bayonet lug and trigger guard. Looks like "77" stamped on the inside of the trigger guard. In 1818, approximately 5,292 muskets were produced. This is considered a second variation due to placement of the band springs in front of the bands and rounded finials on the trigger guard. Virginia Manufactory guns are often considered secondary Confederate arms, even in flint. Accompanied by a socket bayonet marked "US/ TA" which does not quite fit the gun. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned to bright with some areas of very minor pitting and light surface rust. Markings are clear, although the middle part of "Manufactory" is worn. Wood is good with dings and handling marks, there is a repair with old nails using the original piece of wood between the lock and barrel. A glued crack in the wood extending 5 inches from the front of the lock. Some chips along the ram rod channel. Wood is worn between the rear and middle bands. Fine mechanical function. Bayonet in matching condition. GR Accessories: Bayonet Barrel Length: 41 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Virginia Manufactory Model: 2nd Model Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) EXCELLENT 1812 CONTRACT FLINTLOCK .69 CALIBER MUSKET BY HENRY. (A) EXCELLENT 1812 CONTRACT FLINTLOCK .69 CALIBER MUSKET BY HENRY.

(A) EXCELLENT 1812 CONTRACT FLINTLOCK .69 CALIBER MUSKET BY HENRY.

Lot #1082 (Sale Order 1082 of 558)

It is actually a misnomer that Henry did not begin this contract until 1815. This gun has in the bright-finished musket style barrel with encircled "P" proof on barrel, near the breech and "Salem" on left side. Fitted at muzzle with a bayonet stud. Lock is marked "US PHILA" at the tail and "J.J. HENRY" in the center. Standard iron furniture with two spring retained barrel bands. Steel ramrod. Walnut musket-style stock with dished cheekpiece and numerous markings on left behind the sideplate including a large "R", "I", "v" and "g". CONDITION: All metal parts in original in the bright. Wood has been cleaned and there is a large crack on left side between sideplate and first band. No visible restoration or repairs. DLM Barrel Length: 43" Caliber/Bore: .69 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Henry Model: 1812 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FULLSTOCK KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFLE SIGNED JOHN PALM NO. 32 (A) FULLSTOCK KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFLE SIGNED JOHN PALM NO. 32

(A) FULLSTOCK KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFLE SIGNED JOHN PALM NO. 32

Lot #1083 (Sale Order 1083 of 558)

John Palm worked in Wormeldorf, Pennsylvania circa 1850. Gun has full octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights signed in script "John Palm No. 32". Full curly maple stock with brass hardware including four piece engraved patchbox with floral finial. Ketland marked flint lock with single trigger control. Brass flat barrel keys. Original striped hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall nice aged patina with brass having been cleaned years ago and now has faded to a golden patina. Lock is a replacement and gun has been converted to flint. Wood burned out from usage as a percussion gun. No visible repairs or restoration with light handling marks. Mechanically functions fine. DLM Barrel Length: 42 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .50 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: John Palm Model: Kentucky Serial Number: 32 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FINE ENGLISH FLINTLOCK .77 CALIBER FOWLER BY WICKLEY. (A) FINE ENGLISH FLINTLOCK .77 CALIBER FOWLER BY WICKLEY.

(A) FINE ENGLISH FLINTLOCK .77 CALIBER FOWLER BY WICKLEY.

Lot #1084 (Sale Order 1084 of 558)

Rounded swamped iron barrel with flat panel on top near breech with engraved border and English view and proof marks on left side of hooked breech. Brass bead mounted on top near swamped muzzle. Flat lockplate inscribed "Wickley" in the center and features an early roller frizzen. Engraved brass furniture includes a trigger guard with a large acorn finial, a full sideplate, and a three stage buttplate tang. The fowler features a half stock of plain walnut with checkered wrist in the early fashion, and a horn forend cap. Complete with probably its original brass tipped wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Good to very good. Barrel retains a dark patina with some applied dark finish and scattered areas of minor corrosion. Iron rib below has been repaired near top ferrule. Top two brass ferrules have been replaced. Touch hole shows some corrosion and has been relined. Lock is strong and functions well, appears to be in its original flintlock configuration with dark patina and some scattered freckling. Brass furniture retains a mellow patina and shows some wear and scattered marks from use. Stock is very good with an added coat of varnish, some minor wear to checkering, a few scattered marks from use, a crack along bottom of forearm and a minor chip in front of lockplate. This is a very nice large bore English fowler with a homogeneous look. DLM Barrel Length: 53 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: .77 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Wickley Model: Flintlock Fowler Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY .52 CALIBER FOWLER ATTRIBUTED TO WEIKER. (A) CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY .52 CALIBER FOWLER ATTRIBUTED TO WEIKER.

(A) CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY .52 CALIBER FOWLER ATTRIBUTED TO WEIKER.

Lot #1085 (Sale Order 1085 of 558)

This fine Bucks County, Pennsylvania fowler has a two stage smoothbore barrel with an applied silver front sight and a notched iron rear sight. Flat lockplate with molding at tail and beveled edges. Curled Bucks County trigger. The brass furniture includes buttplate terminating in a point, trigger guard with a large acorn finial, and Bucks County sideplate with beveled edges. Open ended nose cap and faceted ramrod ferrules. Full length figured maple stock of classic Bucks County form with incised, stylized Fleur-de-Lis around ramrod entry ferrule as well as lock and sideplate cavities. There is a relief design with incised details carved around the barrel tang. This particular carving is associated with gunsmith George Weiker. CONDITION: Barrel retains a brown patina and appears to have about 15" professionally replaced. Lock is reconverted and does not function properly. Brass is unpolished and shows a dark, mustard patina. Ramrod is a replacement. Stock shows heavy wear with some scattered marks from use. Approximately 13 - 1/2" of forend professionally replaced including nosecap and one ramrod ferrule. A minor sliver below lockplate and between lockplate and barrel tang also replaced. A nice Bucks County fowler with very attractive form. DMG Barrel Length: 46 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Bucks County Model: Flintlock Fowler Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .45 CALIBER RIFLE. (A) CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .45 CALIBER RIFLE.

(A) CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .45 CALIBER RIFLE.

Lot #1086 (Sale Order 1086 of 558)

Unknown contemporary Kentucky flintlock rifle with full curly maple stock, double set triggers and brass furniture. Wood has simple raised carving pattern on butt, striped hardwood ramrod and toe release for patchbox lid. CONDITION: Excellent condition with some light handling marks. Good shootable bore with good mechanics. DM Barrel Length: 42" Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: Flintlock Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) PETER MOLL SIGNED .56 CALIBER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. (A) PETER MOLL SIGNED .56 CALIBER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE.

(A) PETER MOLL SIGNED .56 CALIBER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE.

Lot #1087 (Sale Order 1087 of 558)

Heavy octagon rifled barrel with brass rear sight, top flat inscribed "Peter Moll Hellerstown No 88". Flat lockplate with engraved decoration and roller frizzen. Brass furniture includes classic Moll two piece patchbox, brass sideplate terminating in the back in an arrow, brass trigger, and a brass reinforcing plate fastened by ten screws in front of the trigger guard tang. Figured maple stock of Lehigh County form. Replaced wooden ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel and stock have been shortened during period of use. Signature is excellent. Barrel and lock retain a brown patina with some pitting. Top jaw screw replaced. Brass retains an unpolished patina. Stock has several cracks and shows much original finish. A few splinters missing. A nice Lehigh rifle. DMG Barrel Length: 40" Caliber/Bore: .56 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Peter Moll Model: Kentucky Serial Number: 88 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CIRCA 1800 .74 CALIBER BELGIAN FLINTLOCK MILITARY MUSKET. (A) CIRCA 1800 .74 CALIBER BELGIAN FLINTLOCK MILITARY MUSKET.

(A) CIRCA 1800 .74 CALIBER BELGIAN FLINTLOCK MILITARY MUSKET.

Lot #1088 (Sale Order 1088 of 558)

Belgian Flintlock Military Musket that has had a reproduction Tower 1778 and the GR Crown on flint lock installed at some point. CONDITION: Metal aged to a soft patina and would have originally been in the white. Gun has been reconverted to flint using a reproduction lock. Stocks are excellent with usual minor bumps and bruises. While we do not believe it to be an original Tower musket, it is still a period musket in fine original condition with notes to the markings. A very handsome display piece. DLM Barrel Length: 42 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: .74 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Tower Model: Flintlock Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: .40-70 REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK AND .45 CALIBER CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK. (A) LOT OF TWO: .40-70 REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK AND .45 CALIBER CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK.

(A) LOT OF TWO: .40-70 REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK AND .45 CALIBER CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK.

Lot #1089 (Sale Order 1089 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Contemporary Flintlock long rifle assembled using imported parts. .45 caliber octagon barrel 44" in length. Brass furniture. CONDITION: Very good as custom built. Rifle has a pleasant appearance with excellent bore and properly functioning lock. Would make a nice decorative shooter. (B) Remington sporting rolling block. 30 - 1/2" tapered octagon barrel with Remington address on top flat and marked 40/70 on bottom flat forward of forearm. Walnut straight butt stock with sporting forearms with metal tip. 1 - 1/4" sling swivels at butt and on barrel, blade adjustable front sight and elevation adjustable sporting rear sight. CONDITION: Fair as gun is a dove grey overall. Bore is excellent bright and shiny with sharp rifling. Stocks have been refinished and butt is ill-fitting with filler at receiver edges and at tang. Action operates properly. TDW Barrel Length: (A) 30 - 1/2" (B) 44" Caliber/Bore: (A) .40-70 (B) .45 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Remington (B) Contemporary Model: (A) #2 RB (B) Flintlock Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FULLSTOCK .52 CALIBER KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED JOHN SHELL NO. 415, DATED 1864. (A) FULLSTOCK .52 CALIBER KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED JOHN SHELL NO. 415, DATED 1864.

(A) FULLSTOCK .52 CALIBER KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED JOHN SHELL NO. 415, DATED 1864.

Lot #1090 (Sale Order 1090 of 558)

Made by John Shell of West Hanover, Pennsylvania and dated on the top of the barrel "1864" and stamped "John Shell No. 415". Full octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights. Original percussion lock marked "Henry Parker Warranted" controlled by a single trigger. Brass lockplate marked "No. 415". Full curly maple stock with 5 engraved German silver inlays including a "Man in the Moon" inlay on the cheek. Brass engraved furniture including a fine engraved capbox, saddleplate, and barrel escutcheons. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good condition with an overall uncleaned dark patina finish. No visible restoration or repairs. Small visemarks near and around breech. Mechanically solid. A nice clean Kentucky by a good maker. DLM Barrel Length: 42 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .52 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: John Shell Model: Kentucky Serial Number: 415 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE SHARPS MODEL 1852 .44 CALIBER BRASS MOUNTED PERCUSSION SLANT BREECH CARBINE. (A) SCARCE SHARPS MODEL 1852 .44 CALIBER BRASS MOUNTED PERCUSSION SLANT BREECH CARBINE.

(A) SCARCE SHARPS MODEL 1852 .44 CALIBER BRASS MOUNTED PERCUSSION SLANT BREECH CARBINE.

Lot #1091 (Sale Order 1091 of 558)

Carbine configuration, made without a saddle ring. There is a hole in the bottom of the barrel band for a sling swivel, and another sling swivel would have been mounted in the rear screw hole in the lower tang which currently has a period proper wood screw in it. Spring retained take down lever. Matching numbers on the tang and inside of the patchbox door. Upper tang is factory drilled for a post style rear sight. Standard Sharps rear barrel sight. .44 caliber with heavy rifling. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina, having been lightly cleaned at one time with light pitting. All markings are clear. Hammer appears to have been heated at one time. Wood shows wear with dings and handling marks. Brass has a mellow patina. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1852 Serial Number: 6476 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) VERY FINE SHARPS MODEL 1868 INDIAN WARS .50-70 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION SADDLE RING CARBINE. (A) VERY FINE SHARPS MODEL 1868 INDIAN WARS .50-70 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION SADDLE RING CARBINE.

(A) VERY FINE SHARPS MODEL 1868 INDIAN WARS .50-70 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION SADDLE RING CARBINE.

Lot #1092 (Sale Order 1092 of 558)

Originally made in percussion for the Civil War, this gun was converted to cartridge for use in the Indian Wars of the 1870's period. Original six-groove rifling. Marked on the top of the barrel "NEW MODEL 1863". C prefix serial number. CONDITION: Retains 65% case colors. Barrel retains 80% thinning blue. Some light surface rust here and there. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Wood is sharp with some light dings and handling marks. There is a crack in the forend where it meets the receiver, extending past the forend retaining screw escutcheon. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .50-70 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1863 Serial Number: C31441 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE .40 CALIBER PERCUSSION COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING SPORTING RIFLE. (A) SCARCE .40 CALIBER PERCUSSION COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING SPORTING RIFLE.

(A) SCARCE .40 CALIBER PERCUSSION COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING SPORTING RIFLE.

Lot #1093 (Sale Order 1093 of 558)

With a total production of 1,000-1,500 between 1857 and 1864, this is one of the few made in .40 caliber with a six shot cylinder. Full length 24" barrel. Large scroll style trigger guard. Small wood forend. Two line Hartford address on top of the frame. Checkered wrist. Serial number visible on buttplate, worn on frame. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with areas of surface rust and pitting. Markings on top strap are clear. Several parts have been restored including the trigger plate assembly. The trigger guard itself appears original. Action parts replaced. There is a repair to the upper tang at the rear screw hole. Missing rear barrel wedge. Wood shows wear with discoloration and flaking to varnish on stock, small crack in right side of forend and on left side of forend. Bore has strong rifling. Good mechanical function although mainspring is weak. GR Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .40 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1855 Root Serial Number: 1382 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) TRYON CIVIL WAR .60 CALIBER PERCUSSION MILITIA MUSKET. (A) TRYON CIVIL WAR .60 CALIBER PERCUSSION MILITIA MUSKET.

(A) TRYON CIVIL WAR .60 CALIBER PERCUSSION MILITIA MUSKET.

Lot #1094 (Sale Order 1094 of 558)

Model 1842 style rifled musket with Tryon marked lock. Iron furniture with iron ramrod. Iron barrel with octagon going to round rifled barrel with stud for bayonet on the end. No markings except "Tryon" on the lock. Walnut full length military musket style stock. Military style sling swivels. CONDITION: Barrel has light cleaning exposing some pits along with trigger guard and hardware. Mechanically sound. Wood has aged finish with light handling marks and no visible repairs. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 39 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: .60 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Tryon Model: 1842 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions: CORRECTION: This lot does NOT come with the bayonet that is pictured with this lot.

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(A) LOT OF TWO: FISHER PERCUSSION .36 CALIBER LONG RIFLE AND CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFL (A) LOT OF TWO: FISHER PERCUSSION .36 CALIBER LONG RIFLE AND CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFL

(A) LOT OF TWO: FISHER PERCUSSION .36 CALIBER LONG RIFLE AND CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK .50 CALIBER RIFL

Lot #1095 (Sale Order 1095 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Percussion half stock rifle with 34" .36 caliber rifled barrel signed in script "E. Fisher" Blade front sight with low buckhorn pattern rear sight. Goulcher produced and marked late production percussion lock. Double set triggers with small teardrop oval patchbox of nickel silver with pewter forend tip and several small white metal inlays. Late 1850's period manufacture. CONDITION: Very good and appears untouched, bore is dark and action and triggers operate properly. Stock has typical burnout around drum and numerous small compressions, scratches, and a very minor shrinkage crack to rear of lock. (B) Very accomplished Contemporary Flintlock long rifle. .50 caliber 40" swamped barrel with full length tiger maple stock with three rod fullers and attractively carved stock with brass furniture and double set triggers. Lock appears to be an L&R but not positive. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and smooth properly operating action. Gun has a few minor scratches from display use but appears to be as near new. TDW Barrel Length: (A) 34" (B) 40" Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 Percussion (B) .50 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Fisher (B) Contemporary Model: (A) Precussion Long Rifle (B) Flintlock Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) ELI WHITNEY .54 CALIBER N. HAVEN 1841 STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE. (A) ELI WHITNEY .54 CALIBER N. HAVEN 1841 STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE.

(A) ELI WHITNEY .54 CALIBER N. HAVEN 1841 STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Lot #1096 (Sale Order 1096 of 558)

Known as the "Mississippi Rifle", this gun was manufactured by Eli Whitney of New Haven, Connecticut with a 1852 dated percussion lock with "N. Haven" above date at rear of lock. The lock is also marked "E. Whitney" with "US" surcharge underneath. Round rifled barrel with two brass bands, bayonet lug and correct cartouches at rear. Two blade rear flip sight with larger marked "500" and front blade sight. Walnut musket style stock with brass furniture including two piece brass patchbox and "US" marked brass buttplate. Original ramrod and sling swivels. CONDITION: Fine original condition with no visible restoration. Brass possibly polished years ago and has now faded to a golden patina. Solid gun except hammer does not stay cocked. Missing extra nipple and worm attachment. DLM Barrel Length: 33" Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Eli Whitney Model: N. Haven 1852 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions: CORRECTION: After further research, we believe that this gun has been rebarreled. Please also note that this gun is in .58 caliber, not .54. Title updated

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(A) CIVIL WAR LONDON ARMORY COMPANY .577 CALIBER PERCUSSION 1853 ENFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1862. (A) CIVIL WAR LONDON ARMORY COMPANY .577 CALIBER PERCUSSION 1853 ENFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1862.

(A) CIVIL WAR LONDON ARMORY COMPANY .577 CALIBER PERCUSSION 1853 ENFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1862.

Lot #1097 (Sale Order 1097 of 558)

At the outbreak of the Civil War, Caleb Huse contracted on behalf of the Confederacy with the London Armory to purchase all arms made there. No Confederate collection is complete without an example of a London Armory made Enfield. This gun is dated 1862 over "L.A.Co." on the lock with the royal cipher and "V.R" at the rear. Proper small "LAC" mark on the rear sight and barrel. Correct London commercial proofed barrel. Rounded brass lock screw escutcheons in left side of stock. This gun is devoid of Confederate inspectors marks, however, someone had added "CSA" to the top of the buttplate, most likely a 20th century stamping. Accompanied by a standard US .58 caliber Model 1855 socket bayonet which does not fit the gun. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned with areas of light pitting. Markings are clear. Fine mechanical function with a crisp action. Wood has some dings and handling marks, appears to have been very lightly cleaned at some point. Bore has strong rifling. Bayonet retains a pleasing patina with some light surface rust. GR Accessories: Bayonet Barrel Length: 39" Caliber/Bore: .577 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: London Armory Model: 1853 Enfield Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) PAIR OF SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLES IN .45-70. (A) PAIR OF SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLES IN .45-70.

(A) PAIR OF SPRINGFIELD 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLES IN .45-70.

Lot #1098 (Sale Order 1098 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1886 with two retaining bands and Buffington sight. Full length walnut stock with SWP 1886 Cartouche and steel butt plate sans trap. CONDITION: Very fine with most all blue remaining on barrel, bands, and trigger guard. Bore is very fine, action is crisp. Case colors are very vivid on breech block and tang. (B) Manufactured 1889 with two retaining bands and Buffington sight. Full length walnut stock with vivid SWP 1889 cartouche and steel butt plate sans trap for tools. CONDITION: Very good with bright bore and properly operating action. Barrel blue is very strong with losses at muzzle. Bands are very good with 50% blue. Trigger guard is same as well as buttplate. Wood stock is very good with typical bruises. TDW Barrel Length: (BOTH) .32 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45-70 Government FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) 1884 Serial Number: (A) 323245 (B) 471272 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

(A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

Lot #1099 (Sale Order 1099 of 558)

1880 vintage model 1873 carbine. Model 1879 barrel sight. Saddle ring in place. CONDITION: Very good overall. Nice clean metal, turned mostly a grey brown patina overall. Wood is excellent with raised grain. Bore is above average with strong rifling and scattered light pitting. -MKS- Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial Number: 141521 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR AND DUTCH BEAUMONT RIFLES. (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR AND DUTCH BEAUMONT RIFLES.

(A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR AND DUTCH BEAUMONT RIFLES.

Lot #1100 (Sale Order 1100 of 558)

Lot consists of: A) Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle constructed from surplus parts. Painted barrel with blade front sight and 1873 rear sight. Breechblock dated 1869. Model 1884 ramrod. Unmarked full military stock with "US" marked steel buttplate. CONDITION: Overall good with some refinish parts. Good mechanically. (B) Dutch Beaumont bolt action magazine rifle dated 1875. All matching action and bolt. Wood walnut full military stock with Dutch markings and cartouches. Comes with socket style bayonet. CONDITION: Metal parts fading to a silvery patina. Bore is shootable with visible rifling. Wood has traces of original finish with visible cartouches. Good mechanics. DLM Barrel Length: (A) 32 - 1/2" (B) 33 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-70 Government (B) 11x52 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Springfield (B) Dutch Beaumont Model: (A) 1873 (B) 1871/88 Serial Number: (A) 2090 (B) 4670 Condition: Dimensions: L: 53 - 1/2".

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(A) AUSTRIAN .75 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH SABER BAYONET (A) AUSTRIAN .75 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH SABER BAYONET

(A) AUSTRIAN .75 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH SABER BAYONET

Lot #1101 (Sale Order 1101 of 558)

Made in Austria and used in wars on the European continent along with being exported for use in the American Civil War. Percussion lock with small illegible proofmark at rear of lock. Octagon to round rifled barrel with blade front sight and flip up rear sight with windage markings. Walnut stock with brass hardware. Steel ramrod with socket style saber bayonet. CONDITION: Overall aged patina with marks and dings from usage. Good mechanics and solid gun. DLM Accessories: Bayonet Barrel Length: 33 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .75 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Austrian Model: Percussion Rifle Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) NEISSE 1843 .74 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH BAYONET (A) NEISSE 1843 .74 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH BAYONET

(A) NEISSE 1843 .74 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE WITH BAYONET

Lot #1102 (Sale Order 1102 of 558)

German made percussion smoothbore musket marked "Neisse 1843" on the lock. Smoothbore barrel dated 1843 with single front sight. Walnut wood stock with brass three barrel bands and brass hardware. Comes with metal ramrod and socket style triangular bayonet. Gun could have been imported for use in the Civil War. CONDITION: Overall good patina with usage marks. Mechanically solid and functions fine. DLM Barrel Length: 41" Caliber/Bore: .74 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Neisse Model: 1843 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BELGIAN .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. (A) BELGIAN .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

(A) BELGIAN .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Lot #1103 (Sale Order 1103 of 558)

Back action maker marked rifled percussion musket. Similar to guns imported for use in the American Civil War. Lock marked with illegible maker's name with "Liege" underneath. Octagon to round rifled musket with three iron bands and iron furniture and small unknown proof mark. Single blade front sight with adjustable rear flip sight with windage markings. Walnut wood stock with inspectors cartouches. CONDITION: Metal has worn to a silvery patina. Wood shows usage marks with visible cartouches. Good mechanics. DLM Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .70 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Belgium Model: Percussion Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) A. FRANCOTTE .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. (A) A. FRANCOTTE .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

(A) A. FRANCOTTE .70 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Lot #1104 (Sale Order 1104 of 558)

Made by August Francotte in Liege, Belgium circa 1860. Possible import gun for the American Civil War. Gun has unmarked percussion lock with rifled musket style barrel. Walnut stock with Francotte cartouche. Three iron barrel bands with iron furniture. Rifled octagon to round barrel with blade front sight. Original iron ramrod. CONDITION: Metal has turned to a silvery patina. Wood has usage marks with dings and scratches. There are what looks to be tacks or nails for some unknown reason from toe to triggerguard. Cartouche is sharp and readable. Mechanics are good. DLM Barrel Length: 40 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .70 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Francotte Model: Percussion Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) AMERICAN .42 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE. (A) AMERICAN .42 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

(A) AMERICAN .42 CALIBER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Lot #1105 (Sale Order 1105 of 558)

Walnut stocked half stock percussion rifle with checkered wrist and large cheekpiece. German silver furniture with domed side opening patchbox with six piercings. Unmarked percussion lock with single trigger control. Octagon unmarked barrel with adjustable rear sight. Escutcheon on wrist drilled for peep sight. CONDITION: Overall good patina with handling marks. Mechanically solid and functions fine. DLM Barrel Length: 35" Caliber/Bore: .42 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: American Model: Percussion Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1868 .50-70 CONVERSION CARBINE. (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1868 .50-70 CONVERSION CARBINE.

(A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1868 .50-70 CONVERSION CARBINE.

Lot #1106 (Sale Order 1106 of 558)

Approximately 30,000+ Sharps Model 1868 percussion carbines were converted by the Sharps factory for use of the .50-70 Government cartridges during the late 1860's. Barrel is relined utilizing a three line rifled bore. The buttstocks were replaced using original buttplates with the percussion style patch box cutout. CONDITION: Fine overall with 50-60% original case color on frame blending with brown patina. Barrel is mostly blue-brown patina. Bore is bright and clean. Action is tight and crisp. Wood is sound with 1/8" x 1" section missing on the left side rear of the forearm. Stock and forearm are refinished. -MKS- Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .50-70 Government FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Sharps Model: New Model 1868 Serial Number: C6326 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FINE CIVIL WAR JENKS .54 CALIBER NAVY CARBINE, DATED 1845. (A) FINE CIVIL WAR JENKS .54 CALIBER NAVY CARBINE, DATED 1845.

(A) FINE CIVIL WAR JENKS .54 CALIBER NAVY CARBINE, DATED 1845.

Lot #1107 (Sale Order 1107 of 558)

Standard configuration. Dated 1845 on the top of the breech area. Oval loading port. Brass mounted. CONDITION: Retains 90% barrel brown. Lock, hammer and loading lever retain most of the original case colors. Markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks with good clear cartouches. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 25" Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Jenks Model: Navy Carbine Serial Number: 523 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FINE CIVIL WAR BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL .54 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE. (A) FINE CIVIL WAR BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL .54 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE.

(A) FINE CIVIL WAR BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL .54 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE.

Lot #1108 (Sale Order 1108 of 558)

Standard configuration. Approximately 43,000 of this model was issued between 1863 and 1865. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Receiver retains 80% faded case colors. Barrel retains 70% blue with a pleasing mixed patina. Some light surface rust here and there. All markings are sharp and clear. Good cartouches on the left side of the stock which has some light dings and handling marks. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Burnside Model: 5th Model Serial Number: 18720 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR HALL MODEL 1836 .64 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SLIDING BAYONET. (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR HALL MODEL 1836 .64 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SLIDING BAYONET.

(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR HALL MODEL 1836 .64 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SLIDING BAYONET.

Lot #1109 (Sale Order 1109 of 558)

Total production of the model 1836 carbine was around 2,020 at Harper's Ferry. Dated 1839 on the breech block. This gun does not have an implement compartment in the bottom of the stock. CONDITION: Retains 85% brown lacquer finish. Breech block has some blue remaining. Markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks. There is a crack in the hammer spur. Bore is very good with some light pitting. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 23" Caliber/Bore: .64 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Harper Model: 1836 Carbine Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CIVIL WAR FIRST MODEL .54 CALIBER MERRILL PERCUSSION CARBINE. (A) CIVIL WAR FIRST MODEL .54 CALIBER MERRILL PERCUSSION CARBINE.

(A) CIVIL WAR FIRST MODEL .54 CALIBER MERRILL PERCUSSION CARBINE.

Lot #1110 (Sale Order 1110 of 558)

Standard first model configuration with brass patchbox. Brass mounted. Usual markings. CONDITION: Retains most of the original case colors on the lock, receiver and loading lever. Barrel has 15% blue remaining, the rest having been aggressively cleaned off. Some areas of minor surface rust. Brass has been cleaned at one time with a pleasing patina returning. Stock has been sanded with dings and handling marks, no cartouche. Bore is fine with bright sharp rifling. Action is crisp. GR Barrel Length: 20" Caliber/Bore: .54 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Merrill Model: 1st Model Carbine Serial Number: 8761 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) VERY RARE SHARPS MODEL 1851 .44 CALIBER BOXLOCK CARBINE. (A) VERY RARE SHARPS MODEL 1851 .44 CALIBER BOXLOCK CARBINE.

(A) VERY RARE SHARPS MODEL 1851 .44 CALIBER BOXLOCK CARBINE.

Lot #1111 (Sale Order 1111 of 558)

Standard configuration. Made by Robbins & Lawrence in Windsor, VT. Marked on barrel "ROBBINS &/ LAWRENCE". Maynard tape primed, and marked on tape primer door. Post style tang sight. A distinguishing feature on these guns is the internally mounted hammer. Matching numbers on the receiver tang, inside of patchbox door and inside of tape primer door. Front sight is a modern restoration. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina with light pitting and some areas showing evidence of having been cleaned. Markings are clear. Brass has been cleaned. Wood has dings and handling marks. There is a crack in the stock on the right side between the top of the lock plate and the upper tang. Bore is good with sharp rifling and areas of pitting. Good mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 20 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .44 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Sharps Model: 1851 Serial Number: 1310 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) FINE SMITH CIVIL WAR .50 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE. (A) FINE SMITH CIVIL WAR .50 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE.

(A) FINE SMITH CIVIL WAR .50 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE.

Lot #1112 (Sale Order 1112 of 558)

Standard configuration. Marked on the left side of the receiver "MANUFACTURED BY/ AM'N M'CH'N WKS/ SPRINGFIELD MASS". CONDITION: Receiver retains 60% faded case colors, barrel has about 20% blue. All markings are sharp and clear. Wood has some light handling marks with sharp cartouche. Bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: .50 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Smith Model: Carbine Serial Number: 10626 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ERA BRITISH PATTERN GREENE .55 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE. (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ERA BRITISH PATTERN GREENE .55 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE.

(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR ERA BRITISH PATTERN GREENE .55 CALIBER PERCUSSION CARBINE.

Lot #1113 (Sale Order 1113 of 558)

2,000 of these guns were made under contract for the British government by the Massachusetts Arms Company in Chicopee Falls. Made between 1855 and 1857 for use during the Crimean Wars. Due to the scarcity of the American contract Greene carbines, these are generally considered a secondary martial Civil War carbine, however no documentation of any of the British guns being used in the Civil War exists. British proofs throughout and a crown over "VxR" on the lock. CONDITION: Retains an even patina overall with some original blue on the barrel, breech and lower tang. Some pitting present. Markings are clear. The patchbox has been refinished. Wood is fine with light handling marks. Bore is excellent with bright sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 18" Caliber/Bore: .55 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Greene Model: British Carbine Serial Number: 1766 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR GREENE .53 CALIBER BREECH-LOADING BOLT ACTION UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION RIFLE. (A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR GREENE .53 CALIBER BREECH-LOADING BOLT ACTION UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

(A) SCARCE CIVIL WAR GREENE .53 CALIBER BREECH-LOADING BOLT ACTION UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Lot #1114 (Sale Order 1114 of 558)

These were made by A.H. Waters in Milbury, Massachusetts from 1859 to the early 1860's. Total production of 1,500 for the US. Of important note, these guns are the first bolt action rifles procured by the US Government. Standard 3-band configuration. Underhammer. Oval bore. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina mixed with approximately 60% original barrel brown. Good case colors on hammer. Markings on tang are good. "U" marked barrel bands have original blue on them. Wood has dings and handling marks. Bore has some very minor pitting. Good mechanical function, although action needs a good cleaning. GR Barrel Length: 36" Caliber/Bore: .53 Oval FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Greene Model: Breechloading Rifle Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) HIGH CONDITION GWYN AND CAMPBELL .52 CALIBER TYPE II CARBINE. (A) HIGH CONDITION GWYN AND CAMPBELL .52 CALIBER TYPE II CARBINE.

(A) HIGH CONDITION GWYN AND CAMPBELL .52 CALIBER TYPE II CARBINE.

Lot #1115 (Sale Order 1115 of 558)

Civil War Cavalry Carbine, made by Edward Gwyn and Abner Campbell between 1863-1864 for total of 4,000 carbines. CONDITION: Near mint, with 90-95% bright case color on frame, hammer and lever. 95% bright fire blue on upper tang and loading gate. 95-98% original blue on barrel. 98% original blue on buttplate. Wood is near mint showing little wear and strong inspector cartouches. Proper sub-inspection stamps in correct locations. Would be most difficult to improve on -MKS- Barrel Length: 20" Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Gwyn and Campbell Model: Type II Carbine Serial Number: 3615 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) JOSLYN .52 CALIBER 1862 CARBINE PERCUSSION RIFLE. (A) JOSLYN .52 CALIBER 1862 CARBINE PERCUSSION RIFLE.

(A) JOSLYN .52 CALIBER 1862 CARBINE PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Lot #1116 (Sale Order 1116 of 558)

Made by Joslyn Firearms Co., Stonington, Ct. with about 8500 Model 1862's made. Used widely in the North by Union cavalry outfits these guns feature a breechloading rimfire action with rifled one band barrel. Front blade sight with folding leaf rear sight. Side hammer action with sling bar and ring. Walnut stock with brass trigger guard and buttplate. CONDITION: Overall good condition with metal fading to a silvery patina. Wood retains 50% original finish with some usage marks. Good mechanics with a shootable bore. DLM Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .52 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Joslyn Model: 1862 Carbine Serial Number: 2448 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) REMINGTON NO. 1 SCHUETZEN SINGLE SHOT .40 - 1 - 7/8 ROLLING BLOCK TARGET RIFLE. (A) REMINGTON NO. 1 SCHUETZEN SINGLE SHOT .40 - 1 - 7/8 ROLLING BLOCK TARGET RIFLE.

(A) REMINGTON NO. 1 SCHUETZEN SINGLE SHOT .40 - 1 - 7/8 ROLLING BLOCK TARGET RIFLE.

Lot #1117 (Sale Order 1117 of 558)

Rare Remington No.1 in an "off-hand" Schuetzen configuration. Total production of these rifles is unknown due to lack of Remington records or early advertising. Pictured on page 199 of the book "Remington Rolling Block Rifles, Carbines, & Shotguns / Sporting and Target Rifles by Roy Marcot. This rare rifle has a 32 - 1/4" full heavy octagon barrel. No barrel marking other than on bottom flat marked "40 1 7/8". Deluxe grade checkered, pistol grip stock with Schuetzen style buttplate. Forearm with steel tip, fitted for a palm rest. Single set trigger. Remington short-range vernier tang sight, spirit level front sight. Blue with case hardened receiver. CONDITION: Very good overall with 85-90% original blue on barrel with scattered corrosion overall. Receiver a grey/brown patina overall. Stock is cracked at the wrist with an old repair. Missing rear barrel sight. Bore is excellent. Missing palm rest. Overall an attractive example of a rare Remington target rifle. -MKS- Barrel Length: 32-1/4" Caliber/Bore: .40 1 7/8 Centerfire FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Remington Model: No.1 Schuetzen Paperwork: Article Serial Number: 5077 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) GALLAGHER STANDARD MODEL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. (A) GALLAGHER STANDARD MODEL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

(A) GALLAGHER STANDARD MODEL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Lot #1118 (Sale Order 1118 of 558)

Approximately 17,728 were manufactured by Richardson & Overman of Philadelphia. It featured iron mountings with blued barrel and case hardened frame, walnut buttstock, and iron patchbox. Right side of action is stamped with the Richardson & Overman logo and serial number, along with patent date. The final 5,000 manufactured were chambered for the Spencer .56-52 cartridge; all the early and standard models were percussion. It was considered one of the most disliked breech loading carbines to see service during the Civil War. Regardless of their soiled reputation, the 6th and 8th Kentucky Cavalries were partially armed with Gallaghers. The largest quantity issued was for the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 1,400 Gallaghers were sent to Major General William Rosecrans, Commander of the Army of the Cumberland. This carbine was also issued to the 10th Ohio, 9th Pennsylvania, and 4th Kentucky. The 3rd Indiana carried approximately 294 carbines into service at Cemetery Ridge during the Battle of Gettysburg. It was berated by both officers and men as a non-effective weapon. The carbine was also widely distributed by the 7th Iowa Cavalry. CONDITION: The barrel retains approximately 75% original blue finish mixing with patina and usual light handling marks. Both sides of frame retain generous areas of case colors. Patchbox and buttplate are basically patina. Initials "JM" are carved into stock on right side. Near mint bore with strong rifling. Very strong and clean condition. Any weapon of a type fought at Gettysburg is especially desirable. DB Barrel Length: 22 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .50 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Gallagher Model: Standard Model Serial Number: 12851 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) MARLIN BALLARD NO. 4 - 1/2 .22 RF SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE. (A) MARLIN BALLARD NO. 4 - 1/2 .22 RF SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE.

(A) MARLIN BALLARD NO. 4 - 1/2 .22 RF SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE.

Lot #1119 (Sale Order 1119 of 558)

Ballard No. 4 - 1/2 Mid Range Target Rifle chambered in special ordered .22 RF. 26" half octagon to round barrel. Select grain checkered walnut stock and forearm with horn forearm tip. Mid range tang sight. Broken combination fold down front and fixed rear barrel sights. CONDITION: Fair to good. Crack in buttstock. Broken front sight. No remaining original finishes, metal turning grey/brown patina with scattered oxidation. Bore is dark. -MKS- Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Marlin Model: Ballard Serial Number: 10177 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: FRANK WESSON .32 AND MARLIN BALLARD .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. (A) LOT OF TWO: FRANK WESSON .32 AND MARLIN BALLARD .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES.

(A) LOT OF TWO: FRANK WESSON .32 AND MARLIN BALLARD .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLES.

Lot #1120 (Sale Order 1120 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Fifth type two trigger Frank Wesson single shot rifle with dual firing pins. Blued octagon barrel with globe front sight and rear notch sight (missing). Vernier tang peep sight with adjustable disc. Nickel finish engraved frame and trigger guard. Figured grain walnut stock with engraved iron buttplate. CONDITION: Barrel retains 70% original blue with corners worn to a silver color. Bore is excellent. Receiver retains 70% nickel finish with sharp engraving. Wood has scratches and dents from usage with remnants of original finish. Mechanics are good with the exception of firing mechanism missing hammer. (B) Ballard No. 2 sporting rifle action fitted with a 1903 M22 barrel marked "SA" and dated "12-33". Original walnut stock with steel crescent butt. Walnut custom forearm. Case hardened action with aftermarket tang peep. CONDITION: Barrel retains 70% original military finish with an excellent bore. Action finish has faded to a brown patina. Wood retains 60% original finish with handling marks and crack behind action which seems to be solid. Good mechanics. DLM Barrel Length: (A) 23 - 3/4" (B) 24 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 RR (B) .22 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) Frank Wesson (B) Marlin Model: (A) Single Shot (B) Ballard Serial Number: (A) 157 (B) 30200 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) VERY SCARCE REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT .38 RIMFIRE RIFLE. (A) VERY SCARCE REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT .38 RIMFIRE RIFLE.

(A) VERY SCARCE REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT .38 RIMFIRE RIFLE.

Lot #1121 (Sale Order 1121 of 558)

It is estimated less than 800 of these rifle were built between 1866-1870. Of these most were manufactured with gun metal bronze receivers, however this one being a scarce example of the iron framed group that is rarely encountered. Half octagon to round blued steel barrel. Nickel plated iron frame, lever, and buttplate. Straight grip walnut stock with rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent plus overall. Thinning blue on barrel, turned a blue/brown patina. Most all the original nickel is remaining with a lovely mellow patina. Stock possibly has finish added, however, is very nice showing little wear. Strong bore with tight action. A rare little gun. -MKS- Barrel Length: 27 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .38 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Beals Model: Single Shot Serial Number: 776 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BALL AND WILLIAMS .44 CALIBER BALLARD SPORTING RIFLE. (A) BALL AND WILLIAMS .44 CALIBER BALLARD SPORTING RIFLE.

(A) BALL AND WILLIAMS .44 CALIBER BALLARD SPORTING RIFLE.

Lot #1122 (Sale Order 1122 of 558)

Made by Ball and Williams, Worcester, Massachusetts under Ballard's Patent of 1861. Lever action single shot rifle with blued octagon barrel with rifle sights (rear missing). Walnut stocks with crescent steel butt and steel forend cap. CONDITION: Barrel turning a dark shade of brown with some external pitting. Dark bore with visible rifling and some pitting. Wood has some original finish with usage marks concurrent with a 150 year old gun. Gun functions. DLM Barrel Length: 28 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .44 RF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Ball and Williams Model: Lever Action Single Shot Serial Number: 15725 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR .45-70 RIFLE AND CARBINE. (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR .45-70 RIFLE AND CARBINE.

(A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR .45-70 RIFLE AND CARBINE.

Lot #1123 (Sale Order 1123 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Model 1884 carbine. CONDITION: Good overall with mismatched parts. Wood has been over cleaned and sanded. The barrel and action have been reblued. The barrel band and buttplate are heavily pitted. Strong shootable bore. (B) Model 1873 rifle. CONDITION: Fine overall, partially restored. No visible inspector marks or cartouches. Metal is mostly a blue-brown patina. Strong clean bore. Wood is sound however has been sanded with finish added. -MKS- Barrel Length: (A) 22" (B) 30" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .45-70 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Springfield Model: (BOTH) Trapdoor Serial Number: (A) 511897 (B) 129338 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) PRE-CUSTER SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE, 1875 MANUFACUTRE. (A) PRE-CUSTER SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE, 1875 MANUFACUTRE.

(A) PRE-CUSTER SPRINGFIELD 1873 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE, 1875 MANUFACUTRE.

Lot #1124 (Sale Order 1124 of 558)

Pre-Custer Springfield 1873 Carbine with high arch breech block and two position tumbler. Updated thick wrist butt stock with indiscernible SWP cartouche and steel buttplate with trap for tools. Cleaning rod and cartridge extractor in trap. Barrel band has stacking swivel, 1879 pattern "C" marked rear sight. Lock marked "U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1873". Smooth trigger in early two piece trigger guard assembly. CONDITION: Good with dark patina stock with numerous period blemishes. Barrel is an even brown. 1873 dated breechblock is silvered out with traces of case colors internally. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Action operates properly. TDW Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1873 Serial Number: 40922 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SPRINGFIELD .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. (A) SPRINGFIELD .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

(A) SPRINGFIELD .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

Lot #1125 (Sale Order 1125 of 558)

Approximately 73,000 Springfield trapdoor rifles and carbines chambered in .45-70 Government were manufactured between 1873-1877. This example has the later replaced stock with a cleaning rod trapdoor in the buttplate. CONDITION: Good overall. Fairly heavy pitting on barrel. Metal is an overall brown patina. Wood is sound showing moderate use. Bore is dark. Action is tight. -MKS- Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: Trapdoor Carbine Serial Number: 452714 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1870 TRAPDOOR. (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1870 TRAPDOOR.

(A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1870 TRAPDOOR.

Lot #1126 (Sale Order 1126 of 558)

2nd Model Allin "Trapdoor" conversion of a Model 1870 Springfield rifle. Designed by Erskine S. Allin. Total of 25,000 altered at Springfield using 1863 percussion rifles. CONDITION: Very good overall. Metal has been polished bright. Bore is dark. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. -MKS- Barrel Length: 32 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 Government FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1870 Allin Conversion Serial Number: 46639 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

(A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 .45-70 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

Lot #1127 (Sale Order 1127 of 558)

Standard configuration with 22" barrel. Saddle ring on left side. Rifle rear sight. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some traces of original blue on the barrel and some case colors on the breech block. All markings in metal are clear. Band appears to be refinished and is unmarked. Very faint trace of the cartouche present on the left side of the stock. Stock has been sanded. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Fine mechanical function. GR Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1884 Serial Number: 452539 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SPENCER 1860 .56-50 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) SPENCER 1860 .56-50 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) SPENCER 1860 .56-50 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1128 (Sale Order 1128 of 558)

Made by the Spencer Repeating Arms Company Boston, Massachusetts between 1863 and 1865. Six groove rifled barrel with rear windage sight and fixed front. Case hardened action with Spencer address and patent date of March 6, 1860. Tube magazine in buttstock with iron buttplate. Sling bar and ring on left side of action. Walnut wood stocks with no visible cartouches and sling swivel. CONDITION: Condition consistent with heavy usage with some light pitting on metal parts. Bore is shootable. Wood has heavy dings and usage marks. Mechanics are good. Great example of a Civil War era Spencer. DLM Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .56-50 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1865 Serial Number: 58204 Condition: Dimensions: L: 39".

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(A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .30-30 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .30-30 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .30-30 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1129 (Sale Order 1129 of 558)

Case hardened frame and lever with blue 26" round barrel barrel with full length magazine tube. Plain walnut stock and forearm. Crescent buttplate. Large German silver front sight, standard Marlin rear barrel sight. Barrel marked "-SPECIAL SMOKELESS STEEL-". Plain walnut stock and forearm with varnish finish. Tang stamped "MODEL -1893-" Number "8" stamped on right side of stock at wrist. CONDITION: Fine overall with 85-90% bright original case color on frame and lever, mainly on left side. Approximately 97% original bright blue on barrel and magazine tube. Bore is a little dark with fine rifling. Stock and forearm refinished. Overall a nice clean Model 1893 with a shootable bore, chambered in a popular caliber. -MKS- Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .30-30 Winchester FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1893 Serial Number: C9504 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 .32 WCF AND 1886 .45-90 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 .32 WCF AND 1886 .45-90 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 .32 WCF AND 1886 .45-90 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1130 (Sale Order 1130 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) 1888 vintage Model 1873. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. (B) 1890 vintage Model 1886. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Both guns are completely refinished, with most all the reapplied blue remaining. Wood on the 1886 is refinished showing little wear since restoration. Wood on the 1873 is mostly original showing moderate to heavy wear. The 1873 stock and buttplate have been ground at the toe to a blunt profile. Both guns have strong bores and tight actions. -MKS- Barrel Length: (A) 22" (B) 26" Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 WCF (B) .45-90 WCF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (A) 1873 (B) 1886 Serial Number: (A) 266141B (B) 40827 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 .40-60 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 .40-60 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 .40-60 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1131 (Sale Order 1131 of 558)

1884 vintage Model 1876. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube, plain walnut stock and forearm, rifle style crescent buttplate, and aftermarket sling swivels added. CONDITION: Excellent with 80-85% original blue overall. Good case color on hammer. Strong bore. Action is tight and crisp. -MKS- Barrel Length: 28" Caliber/Bore: .40-60 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1876 Serial Number: 49481 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) WINCHESTER 1873 .22 SHORT LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) WINCHESTER 1873 .22 SHORT LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) WINCHESTER 1873 .22 SHORT LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1132 (Sale Order 1132 of 558)

Made in 1891 this Winchester Model 1873 is a rare rimfire model in .22 Short caliber. Gun features a blued action, full octagon barrel with rifle sights and tube fed magazine. Walnut wood stocks with steel crescent butt. CONDITION: Metal has turned to a plum brown finish with a poor bore. Rear sight is a replacement. Mechanics are good except dust cover does not come back on action cycling. Wood has faded old finish with small chunk of wood missing out of forearm. DLM Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .22 Short FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial Number: 385327B Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING 1878 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .45-100 AND ONE IN .40-70. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING 1878 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .45-100 AND ONE IN .40-70.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO BROWNING 1878 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .45-100 AND ONE IN .40-70.

Lot #1133 (Sale Order 1133 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Made by John Moses Browning 1878-circa 1883 in Ogden, Utah. Gun has blued octagonal rifled barrel marked "Browning Bros Ogden, Utah, USA, Pat Oct 7, 1879, 45-100 and 407". German silver blade front sight with rear adjustable sight. Case hardened action. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. Walnut forearm with slotted screw fastener. CONDITION: Barrel has overall pitted appearance with poor bore. Action has pitting and has brown color. Good mechanics. Wood has dry out weathered look and some shrinkage causing stock to be loose. Gun has been used hard and shows it. (B) Browning Brothers Model 1878 with blued rifled barrel marked "Browning Bros Ogden, Utah USA, Pat Oct 7, 1879, 40-70 and 410". German silver front sight with rear adjustable sight. Case hardened action. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. Walnut forearm with fastening screw. CONDITION: Barrel has pitted appearance with readable markings. Bore is poor. Wood has weathered look with pin repair to wrist of stock. Forearm is weathered with exposed grain. Gun has good mechanics. Both guns exhibit heavy use but are still very hard items to find with only several hundred known to exist. DLM Barrel Length: (A) 34" (B) 30" Caliber/Bore: (A) .45-100 (B) .40-70 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Browning Model: (BOTH 1878 Serial Number: (A) 407 (B) 418 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .32 WCF, ONE IN .44 WCF. (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .32 WCF, ONE IN .44 WCF.

(A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLES, ONE IN .32 WCF, ONE IN .44 WCF.

Lot #1134 (Sale Order 1134 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) 1896 vintage. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good, brown patina overall. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Wood is sound showing moderate wear. Action is tight and crisp. (B) 1896 vintage. Half octagon to round barrel. Button magazine. Plain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Good overall. Mostly a dove grey patina. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Action is tight and crisp. Wood is sound with finish added. -MKS- Barrel Length: (BOTH) 24" Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 WCF (B) .44 WCF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1892 Serial Number: (A) 109901 (B) 140486 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO WINCHESTER 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINES IN .44 WCF. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO WINCHESTER 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINES IN .44 WCF.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO WINCHESTER 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINES IN .44 WCF.

Lot #1135 (Sale Order 1135 of 558)

Lot consist of: (A) Winchester Model 1873 saddle ring carbine. Manufactured in 1891. Rifle retains its original sliding dust cover. Loading gate looks to have been replaced. Rear sight is not original to the rifle. Winchester markings on the barrel are almost completely worn off. Metal appears to have some kind of clear finish on it. Stock was refinished at one point in time. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish with a general patina covering most of the metal surfaces. Some minor pitting on the barrel and stock line. Stock is fair with numerous dings, scratches and handling marks. Bore is dirty with some workable rifling left. Mechanically fine. (B) Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine. Manufactured in 1882. Rifle retains its original sliding dust cover. Iron frame. Original rear sight. A previous owners initials have been carved into the stock and the side of the frame. CONDITION: Overall fair. Metal retains little to none of its original finish. There are a few areas of heavy cleaning and polish. Wood is fair with numerous dings and scratches. Bore is frosted with poor rifling. Mechanically fine. JA Barrel Length: (BOTH) 20" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 WCF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial Number: (A) 380217 (B) 100766A Condition: Dimensions: L: 39".

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(A) WINCHESTER 1892 .38 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) WINCHESTER 1892 .38 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) WINCHESTER 1892 .38 WCF LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1136 (Sale Order 1136 of 558)

1894 vintage Model 1892. Full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube. Plain straight grain walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Very good. Grey-brown patina overall. Wood is sound with added finish showing moderate wear. Bore has good rifling with scattered abrasion. -MKS- Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Serial Number: 39685 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .45 CALIBER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .45 CALIBER LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .45 CALIBER LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1137 (Sale Order 1137 of 558)

Built by John Moses Browning 1878-circa 1883, this was Browning's first successful design. This gun features a full octagon blued barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear sight with "Browning Bros Ogden, Utah USA" on top barrel flat and number "525" at rear near chamber. Chamber caliber .45 on barrel flat is blocked by extra added sight dovetail. Case hardened falling block action. Walnut wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. Stock has initials "WC" on both sides of the stock. Walnut forearm with hardwood ramrod and iron pipes holding rod. CONDITION: Barrel blue has faded to brown with pitting and bore is poor. Action has pitting and is brown color. Wood has been cleaned and front forearm is a possible replacement. Good mechanically. A chance to own a rare rifle with only a few hundred estimated to exist. DLM Barrel Length: 33 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Browning Model: 1878 Serial Number: 525 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) WINCHESTER FIRST MODEL 1873 RIFLE IN .44-40 (1879) (A) WINCHESTER FIRST MODEL 1873 RIFLE IN .44-40 (1879)

(A) WINCHESTER FIRST MODEL 1873 RIFLE IN .44-40 (1879)

Lot #1138 (Sale Order 1138 of 558)

Manufactured 1879. Winchester Model 1873 First Model rifle with second pattern checkered thumbprint dust cover. Octagon barrel with full magazine and two piece walnut stocks. Blade front sight with late 1880's period elevator adjustable rear sight. CONDITION: Fair, lightly pitted overall with legible legends, dark bore and worn stocks with small chip at confluence of receiver and wrist, forearm is cracked and repaired. Action operates properly. TDW Barrel Length: 25" Caliber/Bore: .44-40 Winchester FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Paperwork: Factory Letter Serial Number: 29512 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) WINCHESTER 1885 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) WINCHESTER 1885 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) WINCHESTER 1885 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1139 (Sale Order 1139 of 558)

1887 vintage Model 1885 Low-Wall with thin frame. Tapered octagon barrel. Plain straight grip walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Fine with gunmetal grey patina overall. Wood is sound and clean showing moderate wear. Good bore, action is tight and crisp. -MKS- Barrel Length: 28" Caliber/Bore: .38 WCF FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1885 Serial Number: 16181 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1140 (Sale Order 1140 of 558)

Model 1893 Marlin lever action rifle made in 1898. Blued octagon rifled barrel with blade front sight and rear adjustable sight. Full length tube magazine with solid case hardened action. Plain trigger with "Marlin Safety" mark on top of receiver. Walnut plain wood stock with crescent steel buttplate. CONDITION: Metal has faded to a silvery patina. Good bore with good mechanics. Wood has handling marks and scratches with traces of original varnish. DLM Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .32-40 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Marlin Model: 1893 Serial Number: 174702 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) BROWNING MODEL 1878 .32-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1141 (Sale Order 1141 of 558)

Made by John Moses Browning in Ogden, Utah. This Model 1878 has blued unmarked rifled octagon barrel with globe front sight, plugged rear sight dovetail and Vernier tang sight. Case hardened action with "S" lever. Walnut checkered Schuetzen style stock with nickeled Swiss buttplate and cheek piece. Walnut checkered forearm with ebony inlay. CONDITION: Metal has silvery patina finish with light pitting. Shootable bore. Wood has traces of original finish with pieced toe repair. Good mechanics. DLM Barrel Length: 29 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .32-40 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Browning Model: 1878 Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .32-20 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .32-20 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

(A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .32-20 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Lot #1142 (Sale Order 1142 of 558)

Winchester Third Model 1873 rifle chambered for the .32-20 cartridge and produced in 1894. Octagonal barrel with blade front sight and elevator adjustable rear sight. Full magazine with walnut stocks and crescent butt. CONDITION: Good with bright bore and worn muzzle. Light traces of blue finish in protected areas with balance turning patina. Stocks are good with numerous bumps and dents but no cracks or major distress. TDW Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .32-20 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Serial Number: 483662B Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION MUSKETS. (A) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION MUSKETS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION MUSKETS.

Lot #1143 (Sale Order 1143 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) 1880 vintage and (B) 1879 vintage. Both guns are standard three band musket configuration with full length forearms. CONDITION: (A) Good overall with no original finish remaining. Wood is sound showing moderate to heavy use. Strong bore. Action is tight. Replaced rear barrel sight. (B) Good overall. Metal has been polished with randomly applied areas of cold blue. Replaced rear barrel sight. Replaced stock with a rifle style crescent buttplate. Wood has been sanded. Bore is strong. Action is tight. -MKS- Barrel Length: (BOTH) 30" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44-40 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Winchester Model: (BOTH) 1873 Serial Number: (A) 61581 (B) 32435 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 .50-50 CARBINE WITH CARTRIDGE BOX. (A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 .50-50 CARBINE WITH CARTRIDGE BOX.

(A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 .50-50 CARBINE WITH CARTRIDGE BOX.

Lot #1144 (Sale Order 1144 of 558)

Standard production model 1860 Spencer carbine. This gun is accompanied by a leather cartridge box that is marked on the inside flap "E.A. GROSSMAN & CO./ NEWARK/ NJ". The box has a wood insert which held 20 cartridges, 7 period cartridges are included. Provenance, according to the consignor, is that the carbine, cartridges and cartridge box were issued to a relative from Hillsborough, NH, an officer in the 1st New Hampshire Cavalry. A limited research of the Spencer serial number suggest that it was initially issued to the 72nd Indiana Mounted Infantry, part of Col. John Wilder's "Lightening Brigade" before being reissued to the 1st NH cavalry. Wilder's Brigade is renowned for having first used the Spencer rifles and carbines in armed conflict at the battle of Hoover's Gap, Tennesse. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall showing signs of having been lightly cleaned. Some pitting. Markings on top of the receiver are worn but legible. Stocks have dings and handling marks, showing saddle wear on the left side of the butt. Cartouches appear to have been freshened. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Good mechanical function. Cartridge box is fine with some crazing to the outer flap. Stitching is solid, no rips or tears in leather. Markings are clear. Belt loops are intact. Cartridges have a pleasing patina to them. GR Accessories: Cartridge Box With 7 Cartridges Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .50/50 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1860 Serial Number: 43173 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) US SPENCER MODEL 1865 LEVER ACTION CARBINE WITH STABLER CUT-OFF. (A) US SPENCER MODEL 1865 LEVER ACTION CARBINE WITH STABLER CUT-OFF.

(A) US SPENCER MODEL 1865 LEVER ACTION CARBINE WITH STABLER CUT-OFF.

Lot #1145 (Sale Order 1145 of 558)

Made in 1865 to 1866 only. Rifle features a two piece walnut stock, single barrel band, rear butt sling swivel, case colored frame and blued barrel. You will find the stabler cut-off within the 1-23000 serial range. This saddle ring carbine features a six groove barrel. The barrel is stamped "M-1865". Stamped with various US inspector stamps with "W" on left side of barrel and "N" on left side of frame. The frame bridge has the Spencer stamp and dated 1860. CONDITION: The barrel is a smooth blue, drifting patina. Colors have darkened. Walnut stocks are very good to excellent with usual bruises. Bore is strong. Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .50 Spencer FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Spencer Model: 1865 Serial Number: 9240 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ENFIELD MARTINI HENRY .577/450 LEVER ACTION RIFLES WITH BOXES. (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ENFIELD MARTINI HENRY .577/450 LEVER ACTION RIFLES WITH BOXES.

(A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ENFIELD MARTINI HENRY .577/450 LEVER ACTION RIFLES WITH BOXES.

Lot #1146 (Sale Order 1146 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Martini Henry MK II Short Lever rifle dated 1874 with box and paperwork from IMA. Rifle is British proofed. Nepalese markings on the butt. Original cleaning rod is present. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal has wear in areas, with some light pitting in areas around the stock line. The bore is frosted, but does have rifling present. Stock is fair, with numerous dings, scratches and small gouges. (B) Martini Henry MK II short lever rifle dated to 1876 with box and paper work from IMA. Rifle is British proofed. Nepalese markings on the stock. Original cleaning rod is present. CONDITION: Overall fair to good. Metal has wear in areas, with some light pitting in areas around the stock line. The bore is frosted, but does have rifling present. Stock is fair, with numerous dings, scratches and small gouges. Paperwork denotes these rifles were purchased from IMA (Atlanta Cutlery) in the mid 2000's. A nice pair of historical rifles for any military collection. JA Accessories: (BOTH) Box Barrel Length: (BOTH) 32 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .577/450 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (Both) Enfield Model: (Both) Martini Henry Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN Condition: Dimensions: Box: 60" x 10 - 1/2" x 5 - 1/2".

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(A) JOSEPH MANTON SIDE BY SIDE GAME SHOTGUN MOST LIKELY CONVERTED FROM VERY SCARCE PATCH LOCK GUN CA (A) JOSEPH MANTON SIDE BY SIDE GAME SHOTGUN MOST LIKELY CONVERTED FROM VERY SCARCE PATCH LOCK GUN CA

(A) JOSEPH MANTON SIDE BY SIDE GAME SHOTGUN MOST LIKELY CONVERTED FROM VERY SCARCE PATCH LOCK GUN CA

Lot #1147 (Sale Order 1147 of 558)

The revered Joseph Manton along with a number of others, including James Purdey, were searching for an easy way to use a fulminating mixture to ignite the powder charge of a gun or rifle during the transition time of mid 1810-1820. Manton tried a number of ways, the most successful being his tubelock of which a fairly large number of guns were made around 1818-1820, before the now familiar percussion nipple came into use. It appears that the patch lock devised by Manton, although made around 1816, was very close to this later system. Examples of which are very rare, most all converted to normal percussion. It appears that this gun was originally made as a patch lock with later percussion conversion. It is interesting to note that there are no serial numbers present anywhere on the gun, and its likely period of manufacture corresponds with one of Joseph Manton's many legal disputes. It is possible that this gun was sold unnumbered simply to raise ready cash. It has 31 - 1/2" twist barrels engraved "Joseph Manton" on broad elevated rib. An area in front of this engraved name has been cleaned and re-browned to remove additional Manton information normally present. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with London black powder proofs, no barrel forgers mark is present. Unnumbered greenheart ramrod with horn tip and brass tail is held by two plain pipes. Patent breeches with vented platinum blow-outs and early style percussion nipples have top area cut away at an angle, typical for known patch lock guns. Breech iron is engraved with acanthus and is cut away at sides with no fences. Fences are integral with lockplates in early style, also as found on patch lock guns. Flat lockplates with truncated tails are fitted with very heavy bodied slightly swept hammers with removable noses in earliest percussion style. Locks and hammers are engraved with coiling sea monsters and well cut open scroll. "Joseph Manton" "London" is on each lockplate. Other furniture is of iron. Trigger plate is filed and engraved with traditional pineapple motif, matching thimble. Trigger guard is engraved with more sea monsters on bow, and blued steel buttplate also has another monster and scroll along extended top tang. Stock of relatively plain, but dense, European walnut has widely spaced flat top point pattern checkering at grip. A vacant silver rectangle is at top grip. Stock attaches to barrels with captive side nail through plain oval silver escutcheons. Gun is housed in vintage Manton mahogany case with pivoting hook closure and typical ivory lined teardrop key hole. Brass folding D-ring handle on top has central medallion engraved with crest of what appears to be Fleming clan, with the motto "Let the Deed Shew" on belt, under a goats head. Initials "RSF" are in center within belt. Interior is lined in green cloth, and Joseph Manton, 11 Hanover Square label is in lid. Gun fits partitions well, but not perfectly. Case is arranged with removable lock platform in early style. Accessories include a brass bodied powder measure marked "PATENT", and an early type shot pouch with removable scoop. Area under lock platform contains an old wad punch and some percussion caps. CONDITION: Fine. Barrels retain 70-80% of what appears to be original brown, with aforementioned touch up. Locks and breech iron retain a considerable amount, perhaps as much as 50% original case hardening color. Stock appears to be refinished, but possibly just has considerable added oil, and retains most of that finish with wood considerably below buttplate (possible shrinkage). Trigger guard and buttplate retain most of what is possibly their original blue. Bores are very fine. Locks are excellent, flash shields have several small cracks in them from use.. Case appears to have been refinished many years ago, with many subsequent scrapes and scratches, with repaired cracks in lid. Interior cloth is good with some rubs and repairs. Label is good with considerable soiling and foxing. All in all an interesting early Manton. MGM57. Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 31 - 1/2" Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .070 (R) .065 Drop at Comb: 1 - 7/16" Drop at Heel: 1 - 1/2"+ FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Gauge Internal Bore Diameter: (BOTH) .670 Length of Pull: 13 - 7/8" Manufacturer: J Manton Model: Side by Side Serial Number: NSN Weight: 8 lbs 7 oz. Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) BERNADELLI 16 GAUGE HAMMER SHOTGUN. (A) BERNADELLI 16 GAUGE HAMMER SHOTGUN.

(A) BERNADELLI 16 GAUGE HAMMER SHOTGUN.

Lot #1148 (Sale Order 1148 of 558)

Made by Bernadelli in Italy, this Pigeon Grade hammer shotgun features blued steel barrels with coin finish floral engraved action. Walnut checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate and grip cap. Walnut checkered splinter type forearm with push button release. Gun has extractors and double triggers. CONDITION: Gun looks to be used very little with some light handling marks and good mechanics. DLM Barrel Length: 27 - 1/2" Chamber: 2 - 3/4" Choke: (L) Full (R) Mod Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/8" Drop at Heel: 1 - 1/4" FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Gauge Length of Pull: 13 - 3/4" Manufacturer: Bernadelli Model: Hammer Serial Number: 62832 Weight: 6lbs 10oz Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) INTERESTING H.V. PERRY OF NEW YORK PERCUSSION TWO BARREL SET WITH CASE. (A) INTERESTING H.V. PERRY OF NEW YORK PERCUSSION TWO BARREL SET WITH CASE.

(A) INTERESTING H.V. PERRY OF NEW YORK PERCUSSION TWO BARREL SET WITH CASE.

Lot #1149 (Sale Order 1149 of 558)

Likely made in the late 1860's by H.V. Perry, this is an interesting New York made percussion two barrel set. Barrel set A is 28" long, O/U 20 bore barrels (measures .620) with ramrod on right side and is finished brown. Barrel set 2 is approximately .38 caliber over 20 bore and is marked "H.V. Perry / Fredonia, NY" and also has ramrod on side. Back action locks, double triggers, and large buckhorn sight on top tang. Trigger guard made of brass. Tiger striped stock with brass patchbox on sides, brass buttplate and brass fitting to 1" period stock extension. Housed in a black painted period wood box with wadcutters and other accessories. CONDITION: Very fine. Barrels retain about 75% of what appears to be original browning. Locks are mostly gray with mere hints of color on left. Stocks are very good with minor handling marks. Bores are surprisingly good. Case is fair with wear and markings but has obviously done a good job of preserving the contents. Accessories are good to very good. Altogether a rare unit worthy of a hard look. JSL Accessories: Case Barrel Length: (Both Sets) 28" Chamber: Percussion FFL Status: Antique Gauge: (A) (BOTH) 20 Bore (B) .38 Rifled / 20 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (A) .620 Manufacturer: HV Perry Model: O/U Serial Number: NSN Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) SCARCE J.D. DOUGALL LOCKFAST MODEL SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN WITH CASE. (A) SCARCE J.D. DOUGALL LOCKFAST MODEL SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN WITH CASE.

(A) SCARCE J.D. DOUGALL LOCKFAST MODEL SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN WITH CASE.

Lot #1150 (Sale Order 1150 of 558)

This interesting gun made with "59 St. James St. London" barrel address was a high grade gun when new. High quality damascus barrels with plain top rib. Action is engraved with about 65% scroll coverage. Hammers engraved en suite. Splinter forend with rotary opener is near fully checkered. Straight grip buttstock with gold oval near toe, drop points behind locks terminates with beautiful heel and toe plates which are also engraved. Housed in its original full leather case with red felt interior. CONDITION: Good. Retains nice damascus pattern, bores with some frosting. Action retains a hint of color but mostly gray. Checkering has thinned on both forend and butt. Case is fair with leather cracking and drying. Interior is soiled. JSL Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 32" FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 10 Manufacturer: JD Dougall Model: SxS Serial Number: 3403 Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) A. VALENCE 16 GAUGE PINFIRE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. (A) A. VALENCE 16 GAUGE PINFIRE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

(A) A. VALENCE 16 GAUGE PINFIRE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

Lot #1151 (Sale Order 1151 of 558)

Rare, beautiful, and vintage 16 bore French browned Damascus 29-1/4" side by side barrels. Matted concave rib reads "Grand Prix Exp on Unionville 1889" (Grand Prize of World's Fair 1889) in gold. Peninsula engraved pinfire hammer locks engraved with makers name "A. Valence". Gold floral inlay and surrounding light floral scroll. Unique dual under lever bottom action and forearm with light floral scroll engraving and gold inlay matching peninsula locks. Ornately carved stock with finely checkered long grip and steel buttplate. Barrel and stock both fitted with loops for sling. St. Etienne black powder proofs. CONDITION: Very good. Barrels retain 90% plus of their brown with slight handling marks. Stock has been refreshed, still with some slight marks. CP Barrel Length: 29 - 1/4" Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .031 (R) .032 Chamber: 2 - 1/2" Choke: (L) .009 (R) .001 Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2" Drop at Heel: 2 - 5/8" FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Pinfire Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .668 (R) .661 Length of Pull: 13 - 5/8" Manufacturer: A. Valence Model: Side by Side Pinfire Serial Number: NSN Weight: 6lbs 4oz Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) L.C. SMITH 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN. (A) L.C. SMITH 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

(A) L.C. SMITH 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Lot #1152 (Sale Order 1152 of 558)

Early 1918 Fulton gun, No. 4 grade. Full figured English walnut with finely cut hand checkering with classic "S" style grip. Double triggers, ejectors. CONDITION: Excellent overall with 90%+ thinning blue on the barrels. Five or six areas where barrels have been over-cleaned (removing oxidation). 80-85% bright case colors on frame. Trigger guard mostly brown-grey patina. Wood and checkering showing light to moderate wear. Bores are bright and clean. Ejectors are a bit sticky. Action is tight. -MKS- Barrel Length: 32" Choke: Full & Improved Cylinder Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2" Drop at Heel: 2 - 3/8" FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 12 Gauge Length of Pull: 14 - 3/8" Manufacturer: L.C. Smith Model: SxS Serial Number: 1099 Condition: Dimensions: CORRECTION: This lot is an early 1894 manufactured Fulton No. 4 Grade gun with Automatic Ejectors.

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(A) WILLIAMS & POWELL 16 BORE DOUBLE HAMMER GUN CONVERTED FROM PERCUSSION WITH MAHOGANY CASE. (A) WILLIAMS & POWELL 16 BORE DOUBLE HAMMER GUN CONVERTED FROM PERCUSSION WITH MAHOGANY CASE.

(A) WILLIAMS & POWELL 16 BORE DOUBLE HAMMER GUN CONVERTED FROM PERCUSSION WITH MAHOGANY CASE.

Lot #1153 (Sale Order 1153 of 558)

29" Laminated steel barrels are engraved "Williams & Powell Patentees 25 South Castle St Liverpool" and "Converted By W. B. Barratt. Burton on Trent" on medium game rib. A shoe lump has been added and bottoms of barrels are stamped with Birmingham black powder proofs. Case hardened action with right side lever is fitted with original percussion non-rebounding locks having round bodied serpentine hammers. Action and locks are scroll engraved. There are pairs of dogs at tails of each lockplate. Trigger guard is also engraved with dogs and birds. Serial number is on tang. Nicely marbled and fiddle figured European walnut straight grip buttstock measures 14-1/2" over steel buttplate with long top tang. Matching splinter forend attaches to barrels with sliding side bolt through shaped steel escutcheons. Gun is housed in what appears to be its original mahogany case with inlet D-handle lined in green cloth with old paper Williams & Powell label in lid. Bottom compartment reconfigured and contains some loading tools, nipple key, bone handled cleaning brush, and small pewter oil bottle. CONDITION: Good to fine. Barrels have most of an old brown finish. Walls at front part of chambers are under .090. Action and locks have a considerable amount of newer case hardening color most likely applied at time of conversion. Stocks have numerous marks and dents in old oil refinish. Checkering worn. Bores are good with scattered pitting. Action is tight. Locks are fine. Case has some cracks in lid, with a missing piece at rear. Interior cloth is good. Label is oil soaked, foxed, and with areas rubbed through. MGM44. Accessories: Case, Accessories Barrel Length: 29" Barrel Wall Thickness: (L) .020 (R) .022 Choke: (L) .000 - Cylinder (R) .000 - Cylinder Drop at Comb: 1 - 1/2" Drop at Heel: 2 - 1/8" FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Bore Internal Bore Diameter: (L) .674 (R) .676 Length of Pull: 14 - 1/2" Neutral Cast Manufacturer: Williams & Powell Model: SxS Double Hammer Gun Serial Number: 4630 Weight: 6 lbs 13 oz. Condition: Dimensions:

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(A) RARE ROPER REPEATING RIFLE CO. ROTARY MAGAZINE REPEATING 16 GAUGE SHOTGUN. (A) RARE ROPER REPEATING RIFLE CO. ROTARY MAGAZINE REPEATING 16 GAUGE SHOTGUN.

(A) RARE ROPER REPEATING RIFLE CO. ROTARY MAGAZINE REPEATING 16 GAUGE SHOTGUN.

Lot #1154 (Sale Order 1154 of 558)

Made between 1869 and 1876, these guns took a proprietary percussion primed steel shell. They featured a four shot rotary internal magazine and fired from an open bolt. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some blue on the barrel and some light surface rust. Markings are clear. Wood stock has some light dings and handling marks with beautiful grain pattern. Bore is dark with light pitting. Action operates at this present time, but are known to fragile. Still a very scarce and interesting gun. GR Barrel Length: 25 - 1/2" FFL Status: Antique Gauge: 16 Gauge Manufacturer: Roper Repeating Rifle Co. Model: Rotary Shotgun Serial Number: 150 Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF 18 GLASS TARGET BALLS. LOT OF 18 GLASS TARGET BALLS.

LOT OF 18 GLASS TARGET BALLS.

Lot #1155 (Sale Order 1155 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Unmarked smooth amber hued ball. Several casting flaws visible on the body of the glass. Triple mold seam. (B) Unmarked purple hued ball. Triple mold seam. Rough throat that was chipped long ago. (C) Unmarked aqua green hued ball. Double mold seam. (D) Lightly aqua hued unmarked ball. Double mold seam. A few large manufacturing bubbles. (D) Unmarked blue hued ball. Quad mold seam. (E) Unmarked blue tinged ball with color stronger toward base. Triple mold seam. (F) Unmarked deep blue hued ball. Triple mold seam. (G) Annie Oakley Commemorative ball. Finish has rubbed in a few places. (H) Unmarked amber ball. Triple mold seam. Exterior covered in what appears to be dried adhesive; may have been a preservative or a sand on ball that never received sand rolling. (I) Unmarked, deep amber almost to the point of red. Triple mold seam. Base with residue from blowing. (J) Diminutive pinkish glass ball of gallery size, with wood shavings inside. unmarked, no mold lines. Some staining to interior. (K) Diminutive deep blue glass ball of gallery size, with wood shavings inside. Unmarked with no mold lines. (L) Very small pinkish glass ball of gallery size, unmarked, with a tiny spout at one end. Stained. (M) Composition gallery ball. Two part mold line, with one side significantly rougher than the other. (N) Unmarked light amber ball with triple mold seam. Bottom with residue from casting, mold lines are very heavy. (O) Unmarked light amber ball. Some residue from blowing at the bottom. (P) Pitch ball with two part mold seam. Bottom with patent date that has now become largely illegible due to warping, legible part includes "SEPT 1879 / C. NO. / PATENTED." (Q) Small clay piece, resembling a pipe stem and painted brown. CONDITION: Balls are good to very good as described. Balls have various levels of bubbling from manufacture. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS WITH STANDS, INCLUDING TWO BOGARDUS BALLS. LOT OF EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS WITH STANDS, INCLUDING TWO BOGARDUS BALLS.

LOT OF EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS WITH STANDS, INCLUDING TWO BOGARDUS BALLS.

Lot #1156 (Sale Order 1156 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Unembossed brown-amber ball with seven horizontal ridges and one vertical mold seam. Jagged spout. (B) Blue ball with crosshatch design and flattened equatorial band with "N.B. Glass Works Perth" with reversed "S"s and upside down "P"s. Jagged spout. (C) Unembossed blue target ball with some of the detritus filling used to simulate shooting a bird. Five mold lines. Staining on interior. (D) Emerald green "Shooter" ball with embossed man with a shotgun in a reserve amidst crosshatching. Three mold lines. Bottom half hatching soft. (E) "N.B Glass Works Perth" embossed ball, with correct Arabic orientation on letters. Pale aqua coloring. (F) Borgadus glass ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial "BOGARDUS GLASS BALL PAT'D APR. 10 1877." Flattened areas around spout and at curved base. Rich amber color. Three part mold line. (E) Bogardus glass ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial "BOGARDUS GLASS BALL PAT'D APR. 10 1877." Flattened area around spout and at curved base. Three part mold lot. (F) E. Jones ball with crosshatching and equatorial flattened strip with "E. JONES BLACKBURN LANCASTER (?)". E. Jones clearly legibly, rest of embossing very soft as is typical for this ball. Three part mold seam. CONDITION: Balls are good to very good for glass of this age, with some staining as mentioned. No discernible cracks or nicks. Balls with various levels of bubbling. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF FIVE: FIVE GLASS BOGARDUS TARGET BALLS, INCLUDING A RARE HOBNAIL. LOT OF FIVE: FIVE GLASS BOGARDUS TARGET BALLS, INCLUDING A RARE HOBNAIL.

LOT OF FIVE: FIVE GLASS BOGARDUS TARGET BALLS, INCLUDING A RARE HOBNAIL.

Lot #1157 (Sale Order 1157 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Deep amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading "BOGARDUS' GLASS BALL PAT'd APR. 10. 1877." Smooth band around neck and base where crosshatching does not reach. Triple mold seam. (B) Light green hue ball with diamond crosshatching. Flattened equatorial band reading "BOGARDUS' GLASS BALL PAT'd APR. 10. 1877." Smooth band around neck and at base where cross hatching does not reach. Lower half of has softened crosshatching. (C) Light amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading "BOGARDUS GLASS BALL PAT'd APR. 10. 1877." Triple mold seam. (D) Deep amber hued ball with "hobnail" pattern and flattened equatorial band reading "BOGARDUS' GLASS BALL PAT'd APR. 10. 1877". Triple mold seam. Hobnails at base softened. (E) Deep blue hued ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading "BOGARDUS' GLASS BALL PAT'd APR. 10. 1877". CONDITION: Balls are in good condition for their age, complete, with no discernible cracks or damage. Balls have various levels of bubbling and residue from when blown. A nice lot of Bogardus's, including a rare hobnail. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS. LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS.

LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS.

Lot #1158 (Sale Order 1158 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Light amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching. Flattened equatorial band void of any embossing. Triple mold seam. Ground spout. (B) Amber hued ball with diamond cross hatching that lengthens towards spout. Flattened equatorial bound reading "SOPHIENHUTTE IN ILMENAU (THUR)". Two piece mold seam. Color darker at spout and base, ball is somewhat lopsided as blown. (C) Green tinged hue with diamond crosshatching, flattened equatorial band reading "CHARLOTTENBERG CLASHUTTEN Dr. A. FRANK." Two piece mold seam. (D) Amber hued ball with diamond crosshatching coupled with a hobnail pattern at each intersecting line. Tall neck. Top of ball and base have crosshatching become straight lines. Probably German. (E) Aqua tinged hue. Diamond crosshatching running to neck. Flattened equatorial band reading "N B GLASS WORKS PERTH N B GLASS WORKS PERTH" with standard Arabic orientations. Flattened base as blown, with crosshatching running to base. Some staining on interior. Two part mold seam. (F) Deep blue hue with diamond crosshatching running from spout to base; base has a band around it where crosshatching lines meet. Two part mold seam runs horizontally. Possibly French, given design of spout. (G) Deep blue hue with spiraling diamond crosshatching with flattened equatorial band reading "VAN CUTSEM a St. QUENTIN". Three part mold seam. (H) Deep blue hue with spiraling diamond crosshatching with vertical lines running through equatorial band. Likely French given its spout. CONDITION: Balls are very good with no discernible damage or cracks, except as noted. Balls have various levels of bubbling and residue from blowing. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF TEN: TEN GLASS TARGET BALLS. LOT OF TEN: TEN GLASS TARGET BALLS.

LOT OF TEN: TEN GLASS TARGET BALLS.

Lot #1159 (Sale Order 1159 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) C. Newman ball, light amber color, with crosshatch design and a smooth equatorial line with "C. Newman" for Carlton Newman. Jagged spout. (B) Unembossed deep amber ball, with seven horizontal rings and a crossed design at base. (C) Ira Paine ball with equatorial "IRA PAINE'S FILLED BALL PAT. OCT .23 1877." There is an additional "B" over "Oct". Three piece mold lines, jagged spout, rich amber hue. (D) Ira Paine ball with equatorial "IRA PAINE'S FILLED BALL PAT. OCT .23 1877." What may have once been a "B" over "Paines". Lettering considerable softened. (E) Ira Paine ball with equatorial "IRA PAINE'S FILLED BALL PAT. OCT .23 1877." "F" above "Paines". Lettering softened. Three piece mold marks. Filled with feathers and other detritus of recent vintage. (F) Unembossed deep blue ball, with seven horizontal rings, base was the turn off and shows. Jagged spout. (G) Sand on ball with "PAT SEPT 25TH 1877", date corresponds to date patent given to William Butterworth, Corning Glass-Works. Two mold seam, jagged spout. (H) Clear glass ball with two mold seam. Patent date attributes to Charles Tatum, NY. Some interior staining. (I) Unembossed amber boss with six vertical ridges and a central mold line. Some internal staining, and glass slag visible on one edge of mold. (J) J. Palmer O'Neill & Co, Pittsburgh. Two mold seam. Strong embossing, somewhat soft. This ball hit something or was rapped by a sharp strike a long time ago, a spiderweb crack is emanating from the strike point, which is missing its piece of glass. Exercise extreme caution to prevent further damage. CONDITION: Balls are good to very good for glass of this age, with no discernible damage except as noted. Balls have various levels of bubbling to glass. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS, MOSTLY EUROPEAN, INCLUDING A RARE GURD AND SON. LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS, MOSTLY EUROPEAN, INCLUDING A RARE GURD AND SON.

LOT OF EIGHT: EIGHT GLASS TARGET BALLS, MOSTLY EUROPEAN, INCLUDING A RARE GURD AND SON.

Lot #1160 (Sale Order 1160 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Deep blue hue with diamond crosshatching and a flattened equatorial band with "N.B. GLASS WORKS PERTH" with reversed Ss and upside down P. Smooth band around spout. Triple mold seam. (B) Light blue hue with diamond crosshatching and a flattened equatorial band "N.B. GLASS WORKS PERTH" with reversed Ss and upside down P. Smooth band around spout. Triple mold seam. (C) Unmarked blue hue ball with square crosshatching, blank flattened equatorial band. (D) Slightly opaque ball with diamond crosshatching with smooth equatorial band with "N.B. GLASS WORKS PERTH" with standard Arabic orientation. (E) Light blue hue with diamond crosshatching and a flattened equatorial band reading "E. JONES GUNMAKER BLACKBORN LANCS" (?). Embossing difficult to read, as is standard with these balls. Triple mold seam. (F) Smooth amber hued ball with equatorial band embossed "GURD & SON 185 DUNDAS STREET LONDON ONT". Triple mold seam. A rare Canadian made ball. (G) Deep blue with wide square crosshatching. Flattened equatorial band. Wide spout characteristic of French balls. (H) Deep blue ball with diamond crosshatching and flattened equatorial band reading "WW GREENER St MARYS WORKS BIRMm & 68 HAYMARKET LONDON.". Triple mold seam. CONDITION: Balls are in good to very good condition with no discernible damage. Balls have various levels of bubbling as part of manufacture. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ENGLISH GLASS TARGET BALLS. LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ENGLISH GLASS TARGET BALLS.

LOT OF FIVE: FIVE ENGLISH GLASS TARGET BALLS.

Lot #1161 (Sale Order 1161 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Classic English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Clear coloring, now somewhat opaque with age. Blown lopsided. Soft embossing. Three part mold seam. (B) English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Purple hue. Three part mold seam. (C) English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Extremely lightly pink hued. Three part mold line. One area of cracking where ball was rapped with a sharp strike. (D) English target ball depicting a shooter in an oval with diamond crosshatching. Green hue. Three part mold seam. Embossing is soft. (E) Light aqua hue with two part mold line. One side with an eight point swirling star in a reserve, other side with an eleven pointed swirling star in a reserve and surrounded by "FOR HOCKEY'S PATENT TRAP". Warped at base and lopsided. Crosshatch design throughout. CONDITION: Balls are very good for their age and complete, with damage and cracks as noted. Balls have various levels of bubbling and residue from blowing. EW Condition: Dimensions:

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COLLECTORS LOT OF NINE OIL BOTTLES. COLLECTORS LOT OF NINE OIL BOTTLES.

COLLECTORS LOT OF NINE OIL BOTTLES.

Lot #1162 (Sale Order 1162 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Nickel plated "E.J. Churchill" of London square bottle. (B) Round Holland and Holland oil bottle. (C) Round Cogswell and Harrison bottle. (D) Square Abercrombie and Fitch bottle marked on top "A.F. & Co New York". (E) Watson Bros. square glass oil bottle. (F) Round John Rigby and Co. oil bottle. (H) J. Purdey and Sons square oil bottle. (I) Round glass James Woodward and Sons oil bottle. (J) Extremely rare round C. Parker oil bottle. A nigh impossible item to find! CONDITION: Overall excellent. If you have been on the gun for any of these bottles, here is your chance! They are wonderful accessories for proper period casings. JSL Condition: Dimensions:

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RARE 1916 WINCHESTER SALESMAN CATALOG WITH WINCHESTER SALESMAN ARTHUR PETRIE'S ID BADGE. RARE 1916 WINCHESTER SALESMAN CATALOG WITH WINCHESTER SALESMAN ARTHUR PETRIE'S ID BADGE.

RARE 1916 WINCHESTER SALESMAN CATALOG WITH WINCHESTER SALESMAN ARTHUR PETRIE'S ID BADGE.

Lot #1163 (Sale Order 1163 of 558)

Extremely rare 1916 Winchester salesman's catalog made for use by the company's salesforce. This particular book was found in the estate of Winchester salesman Arthur J. Petrie and his company I.D. badge accompanies the lot. Salesman catalog with black faux leather cover with gold embossing. Sections inside are tabbed for each model available and there are note taking pages which are filled with interesting notes from Mr. Petrie during his travels. Book is roughly 300 or so pages and measures 9" x 5 - 3/4". ID badge shows a later in life photo of Mr. Petrie with his employee number of 20232. It is yellow in color and has a leather and clear plastic holder. CONDITION: Very good. Spine and pages are brittle, faux leather with scuffs and abrasion, but overall very good for its age and use. Badge is excellent. This lot is worthy of a hard look by any Winchester enthusiast who wants to know what a day in the life of a Winchester salesman looked like! A really cool time capsule! JSL Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF THREE: GERMAN CLAW MOUNT SCOPES. LOT OF THREE: GERMAN CLAW MOUNT SCOPES.

LOT OF THREE: GERMAN CLAW MOUNT SCOPES.

Lot #1164 (Sale Order 1164 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Hensoldt Dural-Dialytan 4X with offset claw mounts believed to be for Mannlicher Schoenauer. Post and cross wire reticle with leather lens covers. CONDITION: Clear optics with functioning adjustments. (B) Early steel tube Hensoldt Diaytan 4X scope with claw mounts. Appears to be pre-World War II period. CONDITION: Slightly cloudy optics. (C) Paisch 2X steel tube rifle scope with claw mounts. Post and cross wire reticle, believed to be for Mauser .22 Trainer. CONDITION: Clear optics. TDW Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF THREE STEVENS SCOPES. LOT OF THREE STEVENS SCOPES.

LOT OF THREE STEVENS SCOPES.

Lot #1165 (Sale Order 1165 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) J. Stevens Model 550 tube scope with rings for dove tail use with external adjustments. CONDITION: Good with clear optics. (B) Stevens Model 368 Tube scope with no rings or bases. CONDITION: Good with slightly cloudy optics. (C) J. Stevens model 477 Tube scope with no rings or bases. CONDITION: Cloudy optics. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW Condition: Dimensions:

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INCREDIBLY RARE PARKER BROS. POSTER AND CALENDAR DATED 1905 INCREDIBLY RARE PARKER BROS. POSTER AND CALENDAR DATED 1905

INCREDIBLY RARE PARKER BROS. POSTER AND CALENDAR DATED 1905

Lot #1166 (Sale Order 1166 of 558)

Made for promotional purposes for the 1905 shooting world, this extremely rare calendar measures approximately 14 - 1/4" wide by 18 - 1/2" tall. It shows many of the most successful shooters of the day including S. A. Tucker, and A. W. DuBray and many others. Towards the bottom is a calendar pad which is near full starting with March 1905. There is quite a bit of verbiage on the piece displaying the Parker shotgun and its successful wins at many clubs around the country the previous year. CONDITION: Very fine. Corners are lightly rounded and there is some minor staining on the bottom 1/4", otherwise very good. String hanger on top. This is an incredibly rare and desirable piece of Parker paper. This cataloger has only ever seen one other of this calendar in more than 30 years of actively chasing Parker ephemera. JSL Condition: Dimensions:

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SCARCE ORIGINAL PETERS SCARCE ORIGINAL PETERS

SCARCE ORIGINAL PETERS "TRUE BLUE" METAL ADVERTISING SIGN.

Lot #1167 (Sale Order 1167 of 558)

A very popular reproduced sign, this is an early original which measures 16 - 3/4" x 13". Depicts 3 puppies in game coat pockets with true blue shells loaded in to cartridge bag and hat on rack. CONDITION: Very good with some minor staining and fading though may clean to excellent. Corners with nail holes do show some rust. A beautiful gun room item or piece of bar decor. JSL Condition: Dimensions:

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EXTREMELY RARE PARKER BROS. & REMINGTON 1934 SALESMAN CATALOG. EXTREMELY RARE PARKER BROS. & REMINGTON 1934 SALESMAN CATALOG.

EXTREMELY RARE PARKER BROS. & REMINGTON 1934 SALESMAN CATALOG.

Lot #1168 (Sale Order 1168 of 558)

Rare catalog made with red faux leather binding and measures 20" long x 10" wide. Begins with the Parker shotguns showing tabs for all grades including a DHE Trap model and VHE Skeet model. Also has tabs for the Remington guns including tabs for the Model 8, 11, 31, 32, etc. but those graphics and info pages are not present. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Shows some edge wear and minor scuffs but overall excellent for its age and use. These were used heavily by travelling salesmen for Parker & Remington and are rarely if ever found in any condition at all. These are extremely rare and collectible items for Parker and Remington collectors. JSL Condition: Dimensions:

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INCREDIBLY RARE FRAMED KYNOCH SHOTSHELL DISPLAY MIRROR. INCREDIBLY RARE FRAMED KYNOCH SHOTSHELL DISPLAY MIRROR.

INCREDIBLY RARE FRAMED KYNOCH SHOTSHELL DISPLAY MIRROR.

Lot #1169 (Sale Order 1169 of 558)

This incredible piece is framed in its original mission oak style frame with gold foil embossed printing "KYNOCH" on top frame with "AMMUNITION" in gold foil on bottom frame. Both are easily readable but somewhat faded. The 54 shotshell images along with the company logo in center are full color decals. CONDITION: There is some crazing and some small missing areas but mostly minor. These are so rare and so fragile, it is amazing given that this piece is probably over a hundred years old that it has survived at all. Has some great cartridges such as Bonax, Primax, Opex and others. All are in color, most have company name printed. In 1863, Kynoch took over the business, which was subsequently renamed G. Kynoch and Co. In 1895 Kynoch built an explosives factory east of Shell Haven Creek, Essex (now known as Coryton). This opened in 1897, with an estate for employees called Kynochtown. Products included cordite, guncotton, gunpowder, and cartridges. Kynoch 12 bore shotgun cartridges from the 1893-1914 period, pre-dating the First World War. The 'Opex' was an expensive, very good quality 'ejector' case which was available in most bore sizes from 4 to 20. The 'Kynoid' was Kynoch's 2nd quality game cartridge (the 'Grouse' was the top quality). The 'Primax' was the 3rd quality case and the 'Bonax' the 4th quality. Framed 27" x 31". DB Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF 32 BOXES OF .22 AMMUNITION. LOT OF 32 BOXES OF .22 AMMUNITION.

LOT OF 32 BOXES OF .22 AMMUNITION.

Lot #1170 (Sale Order 1170 of 558)

Great lot of collector .22 caliber ammunition with many rare boxes and most appear to sealed and full. Observed examples include a brick of UMC .22 B.B. Caps, Dominion "Bisley", Remington .22 Winchester and Winchester proof loads. CONDITION: We have not inspected every box, but most are factory sealed and range in condition from good to fair condition. Several have broken seals and the brick is missing an end flap. Great collector lot. DLM Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 5 - 1/2" X 2" X 2".

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LOT OF 3: CRATES OF 1100 & 1500 ROUNDS OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM AMMO TOTALING 3700 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION. LOT OF 3: CRATES OF 1100 & 1500 ROUNDS OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM AMMO TOTALING 3700 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION.

LOT OF 3: CRATES OF 1100 & 1500 ROUNDS OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM AMMO TOTALING 3700 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION.

Lot #1171 (Sale Order 1171 of 558)

Lot consists of: Two crates of 1100 rounds and one crate of 1500 rounds totaling 3700 rounds of 7.62x39 ammunition. Crates are sealed and are all marked "CHINA". All look to be late 1980s, and early 1990s production. CONDITION: Crates are sealed. Outsides of crates vary, with most being in good condition. JA Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF THREE: EXTREMELY RARE ROBINS HOOD AMMUNITION COMPANY .44 BALL FOR MARBLES GAME GETTER, PETERS LOT OF THREE: EXTREMELY RARE ROBINS HOOD AMMUNITION COMPANY .44 BALL FOR MARBLES GAME GETTER, PETERS

LOT OF THREE: EXTREMELY RARE ROBINS HOOD AMMUNITION COMPANY .44 BALL FOR MARBLES GAME GETTER, PETERS

Lot #1172 (Sale Order 1172 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) This extremely rare full and complete .44 ball ammunition loaded by the Robins Hood Ammunition Company prior to 1915 when they were absorbed by Remington/UMC and after 1908 when the Marbles Game Getter was introduced. Headstamp RHA 44GG. CONDITION: Good, full worn label. (B) Full Box of Peters 44 Game Getter round ball cartridges. These cartridges are factory loaded using .44-40 brass with round ball. CONDITION: Good box with excellent label. (C) Full complete box of Peters .44 Xtra Long Shot cartridges loaded for Stevens rifles. CONDITION: Fair, box complete with broken edges. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. TDW Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 2 - 1/4" X 4 - 5/8" X 2 - 1/2".

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LOT OF EIGHT: CANS, BAGS, AND CRATE OF 7.62 NATO AMMUNITION TOTALING 2130 ROUNDS. LOT OF EIGHT: CANS, BAGS, AND CRATE OF 7.62 NATO AMMUNITION TOTALING 2130 ROUNDS.

LOT OF EIGHT: CANS, BAGS, AND CRATE OF 7.62 NATO AMMUNITION TOTALING 2130 ROUNDS.

Lot #1173 (Sale Order 1173 of 558)

Lot consist of: Eight cans, bags and a crate of .308 ammunition totaling 2130 rounds. Included are two cans of 7.62 NATO blanks, with Lake City headstamps on M60 links. One can of 200 rounds of belted 7.62 NATO in M60 style cardboard boxes and carry cases. Manufacture is "WCC". Ammo is linked as four rounds of M80 ball and one round of M62 tracer. One .30 caliber can contains 200 rounds of linked 7.62 NATO Tracer. Three 200 round battle packs of South American 7.62 NATO. Ammo is M80 Ball and looks to have a headstamp of 1970. Crate of 880 rounds of 7.62 NATO ammunition is sealed. Possibly of South American origin. CONDITION: Ammunition looks to have been stored well. Cans and crates are good with light wear. JA Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF FOUR: TWO CRATES OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM & TWO AMMO CANS OF HUNGARIAN 7.62X54R. LOT OF FOUR: TWO CRATES OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM & TWO AMMO CANS OF HUNGARIAN 7.62X54R.

LOT OF FOUR: TWO CRATES OF CHINESE 7.62X39MM & TWO AMMO CANS OF HUNGARIAN 7.62X54R.

Lot #1174 (Sale Order 1174 of 558)

Lot consist of: Two crates of Chinese 7.62x39. Crates are sealed and look to contain 1100 rounds each for a total of 2200 rounds. Lot also contains over 700 rounds of Hungarian light ball 7.62x54. Silver tipped bullet with corrosive primers. 440 rounds are in a sealed can, while the other approximately 300 rounds are loose packed in a .30 caliber can. A can opener is included. CONDITION: Ammo appears to have been stored well. Crates and cans are all in very good condition. JA Condition: Dimensions:

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LOT OF 17 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. LOT OF 17 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

LOT OF 17 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

Lot #1175 (Sale Order 1175 of 558)

Collector's lot ranging from Winchester .351 Self-loading, .32-20 Winchester, .32 Short Rimfire, .32 Automatic to .22 W.R.F.. Some boxes sealed and some opened with missing rounds. No empty boxes. CONDITION: Most boxes are sealed but rough. Winchester .351 box missing roughly 10 rounds. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 2 - 3/8" X 6 - 1/2" X 1 - 1/2".

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LOT OF 10 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. LOT OF 10 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

LOT OF 10 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

Lot #1176 (Sale Order 1176 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester .32 Long Rimfire in salmon colored box. CONDITION: Factory sealed with frayed edges. (B) Remington-UMC 25 Short Stevens Rimfire in red box. CONDITION: Factory full with stained label and frayed edges. (C) Remington "Dogbone" red and green box of .32 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory full with stained frayed edges. (D) Canuck .32 Short Rimfire in blue and yellow box. CONDITION: Factory full with torn box. (E) Remington "Dogbone" box with red and green label in .32 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory full with stained label and torn flap. (F) Remington green, red, and plaid two piece box of .32 Extra Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory sealed. Nice box. (G) Canuck .32 Short Rimfire in blue and yellow box. CONDITION: Factory full with frayed edges. (H) Remington "Dogbone" box with red and green label of .32 Long Rimfire. CONDITION: Factory full with frayed edges and faded label. (I) Winchester .32 Automatic Colt in salmon colored two piece box. CONDITION: Factory full and opened with faded label. (J) Remington .32 Short Rimfire in green Kleanbore box. CONDITION: Full with one incorrect round. Box in good condition. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. DLM Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 1 - 3/4" X 3 - 3/8" X 1 - 3/4".

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LOT OF SIX: THREE BOXES OF WINCHESTER AMMO AND THREE BOXES OF ROBIN HOOD AMMO. LOT OF SIX: THREE BOXES OF WINCHESTER AMMO AND THREE BOXES OF ROBIN HOOD AMMO.

LOT OF SIX: THREE BOXES OF WINCHESTER AMMO AND THREE BOXES OF ROBIN HOOD AMMO.

Lot #1177 (Sale Order 1177 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Rare full box of 32 caliber S&W Shot cartridges made by the Robin Hood Ammunition Company, Swanton, Vermont. Purple label with black powder loading. CONDITION: Factory full with broken seal and missing end label. (B) Rare full box Robin Hood .32 S&W Shot cartridges with purple label and black powder loading. CONDITION: Torn label with one intact seal. (C) Robin Hood .38 S&W Shot cartridges loaded with black powder. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened. Nice box. (D) Winchester full box of .32 Extra Short Rimfire with green label and orange side labels. CONDITION: Factory sealed and unopened box with stained label. (E) Winchester full box of .32 Extra Short Rimfire with green label and manila seal. CONDITION: Factory unopened box with good label. (F) Empty Winchester two piece box of .32 Extra Short rimfire cartridges with green label and seal. CONDITION: Empty box with torn labels. DLM Condition: Dimensions: CORRECTION: Photos updated

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TOM FRYE BULLET ART. TOM FRYE BULLET ART.

TOM FRYE BULLET ART.

Lot #1178 (Sale Order 1178 of 558)

29" x 35" framed aluminum target shot in the shape of an American Indian by Remington Arms trickshooter Tom Frye. Framed in rough cut pine and signed "Kindest personal regards The Durkees" with date of 12-10-77 and "Shot by Tom Frye". CONDITION: Good with writing fading. Excellent display piece for gunshop or hobby room. DLM Paperwork: Condition: Dimensions: Frame: 35" x 29".

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MIXED LOT OF RELOADING TOOLS, ROLLER SKATES AND SHELLS. MIXED LOT OF RELOADING TOOLS, ROLLER SKATES AND SHELLS.

MIXED LOT OF RELOADING TOOLS, ROLLER SKATES AND SHELLS.

Lot #1179 (Sale Order 1179 of 558)

Lot consists of multiple bullet molds with calibers ranging from .32-.38, Winchester marked tools and a set of Winchester roller skates. JA Condition: Dimensions: Largest: 4" X 8- 3/4" X 3 - 1/2".

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LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES WINCHESTER SHOTGUN SHELLS. LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES WINCHESTER SHOTGUN SHELLS.

LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES WINCHESTER SHOTGUN SHELLS.

Lot #1180 (Sale Order 1180 of 558)

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester "New Rival" two piece 12 gauge buckshot box with blue logo. CONDITION: Factory full, opened with fading label and frayed edges. Ammo slightly corroding. (B) Winchester "Repeater" two piece 12 gauge BB Shot two piece box with yellow label. CONDITION: Empty with good label and frayed edges. (C) Winchester "New Rival" 12 gauge Buckshot two piece box with blue label. CONDITION: Good with factory full corroding ammo. Good label with frayed edges. (D) Winchester "New Rival" 10 gauge 4 shot two piece box with blue label. CONDITION: 21 original rounds with poor condition box. (E) Winchester "New Rival" 10 gauge buckshot two piece box with blue label. CONDITION: Factory full with one seal cut. Frayed corners with fading label. DLM Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 4 - 1/2" X 4 - 1/2" X 3".

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FINE LOT OF EIGHT COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY BOXES OF 19TH CENTURY AMMUNITION. FINE LOT OF EIGHT COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY BOXES OF 19TH CENTURY AMMUNITION.

FINE LOT OF EIGHT COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY BOXES OF 19TH CENTURY AMMUNITION.

Lot #1181 (Sale Order 1181 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Caliber .50-100 Spencer Carbine ammunition. 6 individual boxes of 7 rounds each in a master box with vivid label from C.D. Leet, Springfield, Massachusetts. CONDITION: Individual boxes are crisp exterior sleeve weathered with tape repair to lid. (B) UMC Friction Cannon-Primers Quantity 50. CONDITION: Soiled box with weathered corners and appears full. (C) Two boxes UMC 43 Spanish ammunition. CONDITION: Wonderful vivid and right color labels. Boxes are protective wrapped in shrink wrap and appear to be unopened and full. (D) Winchester 43 Spanish Ammunition Box of 20 rounds with vivid and bright color label. CONDITION: Wrapped in shrink wrap and appears near mint and full. (E) Two boxes Frankford Arsenal .50 Caliber Spencer Carbine blanks. CONDITION: Vivid color label wrapped in plastic and appear full. (F) Rare empty Winchester .45 Gatling Blank Cartridges. CONDITION: Unique box in very fine condition. TDW Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 4" X 4 - 1/2" X 2".

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LOT OF 9 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. LOT OF 9 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

LOT OF 9 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

Lot #1182 (Sale Order 1182 of 558)

Lot consists of nine boxes of vintage and collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .44-40, .22 Winchester, .44 Webley, .38 Winchester, .32 Smith and Wesson long, .32 ACP, .25-20, .38 Smith and Wesson and .44 Russian. JA Condition: Dimensions: Largest: 2 - 1/2" X 4 - 3/4" X 1 - 1/2".

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LOT OF 5 BOXES OF AMMUNITION. LOT OF 5 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

LOT OF 5 BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

Lot #1183 (Sale Order 1183 of 558)

Lot consists of five boxes of collectible ammunition. Some boxes may be partial. Calibers include: .44-40, .32 Long, .38 Smith and Wesson, and .44 Smith and Wesson. JA Condition: Dimensions: Largest: 1 - 3/4" X 4 - 3/4" X 2 - 1/2".

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COLLECTORS LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES OF AMMUNITION. COLLECTORS LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

COLLECTORS LOT OF FIVE: FIVE BOXES OF AMMUNITION.

Lot #1184 (Sale Order 1184 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Remington sleeve of five crisp 50 round boxes of .38 Long Colt cartridges. CONDITION: The outer sleeve is shop worn and tape repaired. Internal 5 boxes of ammunition are crisp. (B) Remington .38 Long Colt 50 round box. CONDITION: Crisp label sealed. (C) Winchester .38 Long Colt, sealed box of 50 primed shells. CONDTION: Sealed, excellent label. (D) Remington .32 Short Colt. CONDITION: Broken box, not full, poor condition. (E) Western .32 Short Colt Lubaloy. CONDITION: Good box, full, not sealed. TDW Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST: 7 - 1/2" X 4" X 2 - 1/4".

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COLLECTORS LOT OF 348, 410 32-20 AND 25-25 STEVENS AMMUNITION. COLLECTORS LOT OF 348, 410 32-20 AND 25-25 STEVENS AMMUNITION.

COLLECTORS LOT OF 348, 410 32-20 AND 25-25 STEVENS AMMUNITION.

Lot #1185 (Sale Order 1185 of 558)

Lot consists of (A) Three boxes Winchester and Remington 348 Winchester ammunition. Remington has 4 fired cases with 16 loaded rounds. Other two fully loaded. (B) Three boxes Remington and Federal 1950's .410. All three full. (C) box Remington 410 3" Magnum, 50's production. Full. (D) Box Remington .32-20. Full box. (E) Box of 10 rounds UNM .25-25 Stevens. Full, sealed. CONDITION. Good to excellent as noted. From the Mel Hrubetz collection. Condition: Dimensions: LARGEST BOX: 3" X 6 - 1/4" X 1 - 1/4"

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