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Important Firearms Auction - Session 1 of 4

by Little John's Auction Service
Tue, May  26, 2009  12:00 PM   Pacific

Featuring a Fantastic Selection of Winchesters, Colts, Oddities, Knife Pistols, Derringers, Amer. Martial Arms, Powder Horns, Swords, Kentucky Rifles, Sporting Arms, Collectors Ammo, Advertisers, etc.

8LW-103 US ADVERTIZER

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 352)

LOT 1 Original advertisement for U. S. Cartridge Co. shot shells, dated 1927, measuring approximately 23-1/2” high by 15” wide. The artwork is signed in the block — Joe Burgess and dated 1927 in the right corner, and shows a young hunter with his hunting dogs sitting by a cabin with lake and mountains in the background. The artwork is in good condition showing some staining and aging but generally good overall and shows the lithographer’s marking in left corner. There is a foreign gun dealer’s stamp in the right corner in French, which seems to put his location in Canada. The artwork is nicely framed and matted. Est.: $300-$600.

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8IV-12 GI MADE KNIFE

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 352)

LOT 2 In theater-made fighting knife from World War II, American G.I. made with aluminum and composite polymer grip made from the windshield of a downed aircraft. Est.: $100-$200.

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8MW-73 S&W HAND EJECT #32802

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 352)

LOT 3 Smith & Wesson, 32-20 Hand Ejector revolver, blue finish, checkered wood grips, #22802, with 5” barrel, and double loop western-type holster marked Diamond Brand. The revolver remains in good original condition showing 30%-50% drifting original blue finish. Grips are good with some even high point and edge wear, some minor erosion and normal aging just starting with an index line between cylinder stops, and 30%-50% case hardening on hammer and trigger. Good action, good bore and good overall. The leather holster is fair showing some damage, tears, carry and use, and has been with this 32-20 a long while. Est.: $200-$400.

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9BE-7 12 SHOT HAMMERLESS #1

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 352)

LOT 4 12-shot hammerless double-action revolver; 25 center fire caliber; nickel plated with checkered rosewood grips; Belgium proof; only marking is the word hammerless marked on top of frame; interior and exterior parts numbered 1 and 6; the revolver measures 7-1/2” overall with 2-3/4” barrel group and 12-shot cylinder; a very unusual revolver of a European design. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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9AC-4 WELLS FARGO LOT OF PW

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 352)

LOT 5 Lot of interesting paper ephemera consisting of Adams Express Co. money orders, Wells Fargo money orders, bank check of L. A. Hershfield, 1864, from Helena, Mont., showing pioneer with rifle, an old print of the Wells Fargo Express Building in San Francisco. Five pieces total. All in good condition showing normal aging. The Wells Fargo draft is for $50 in gold, dated 1868, and shows a canceled 2-cent stamp marked For Gold Coin. A good lot for the Express collector. Est.: $150-$300.

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8IV-11 SM RANDALL

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 352)

LOT 6 Randall sheath knife with 4” blade, stag grip, 8-1/2” overall, marked Randall, Made Orlando, Fla., original name Sandy engraved on right side of blade. The original Randall-made sheath is included. The knife is in very good to near fine condition showing some sharpening and minor cleaning, near excellent scales. The leather scabbard is very good+ showing some carry and wear. Interesting history on owner who carried it in Vietnam, to successful buyer. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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8MW-62 STEVENS CRACKSHOT

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 352)

LOT 7 Stevens Crackshot .22 cal. falling block rifle with 21-1/2” half-round half-octagon factory barrel mounted with Lyman tang sight and breech type front sight showing British proofs. The rifle is fine to excellent original condition showing 98%-99%+ original blue, approximately 95%-98% bright original case hardening just starting to drift to silver. The stocks are fine to excellent with just some minor storage and handling marks. The original Steven favorite buttplate is retained. The action is crisp; the bore excellent. The hammer and breech lock show 95%-98%+ original blue with just some slight loss from operating at the edges. Est.:

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9BE-1 MULTI SHOT PINFIRE

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 352)

LOT 8 French 20-shot, 8-mm pin fire revolver; approximately 10-3/4” overall with nearly 6” barrel group with barrels mounted over/under; shows approximately 30-50% old silver finish which is drifting and some erosion and pitting where the silver has lifted; the checkered wood grips are good with some small losses and even wear; the action is working and the metal shows some light cleaning. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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9BE-8 BELGIAN 16 SHOT

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 352)

LOT 9 Rare, possibly unique 16-shot, .22 caliber, double-action revolver marked on the top strap in two lines “manufre D’Armes’ and “HDE Liege”, serial #484; the revolver remains in fine to near excellent condition with 95-98% original blue on the barrel; 75-80% drifting original blue on the cylinder; the frame shows 85-95% bright rainbow case hardening; the checkered hardwood, possibly ebony grips, are fine to near excellent; the trigger guard shows 70% drifting original blue; the small parts and springs show considerable original finish; the action is tight; the markings crisp and generally near excellent overall; a very interesting and odd revolver. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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9SC-3 CIVIL WAR OATH OF ALLEG

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 352)

LOT 10 Document entitled Oath of Allegiance, Office of Provost Marshal, dated May 29, 1865, #334, stating Thomas Christopher of Sitzen of Middlesex County, GA or LA, swears his allegiance to the United States and swears to abide faithfully in all proclamations of the president in reference to the slaves, etc. A well-written document in good condition that is very interesting and researchable. Est.: $150-300.

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9BE-38 SLOCUM SLIDING SLEEVE #8317

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 352)

LOT 11 Slocum sliding sleeve revolver manufactured by the Brooklyn Arms Company; patent April 14, 1863 in good to very good condition; showing traces of original blue finish drifting to brown patina on barrel and cylinder; the frame shows 75-85% thick original silver plate; the varnished hardwood probably rosewood grips are very good with some crazing to the varnish and minor wear; the action is good; the hammer shows considerable case hardening; the original sleeves and extractor are retained; serial #8317. Est.: $700-$1,400. $300-$600.

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9BE-49 APACHE W/ IVORY

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 352)

LOT 12 Pinfire Apache-style fist pistol, approx. 7mm, 6 shot, engraved with ivory grips, Belgian proofed, #NSNV. The pistol remains in very good original condition showing 75%-85% original blue on barrel, some scattered light erosion and pin prick pitting just starting. The frame, hammer and balance of metal surfaces show their satin grey or bright polish which is just starting to dull and age naturally. The ivory grips are very good with some yellowing, slight age cracks and just normal patina. The original ejector rod is screwed into the butt. Action good and generally crisp overall. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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9BE-42 ROBBINS & LAWRENCE

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 352)

LOT 13 Robbins and Lawrence .28 cal., 5 shot pepperbox pistol, #1800, in very good condition showing 50%-70% original brown on barrel, frame drifted to patina, grips very good+ with a couple of small losses; bright blue on small parts, crisp action, sharp markings, generally very good overall. Est.: $1,000-$2,000

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9BE-41 REM ZIG-ZAG

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 352)

LOT 14 Remington zigzag five-shot, .22 caliber ring-triggered Derringer; serial #202; in very good original condition; the Derringer shows 30-50% original thinning and toning blue finish; good markings on side of frame; good gutta percha grips; these unusual and early Remington Derringers are seldom encountered for sale and this one is far better than average condition. Est.: $2,500-$4,000.

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9AC-9 IND WAR MED

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 352)

LOT 15 Rare veteran’s badge for veteran of Black Hawk Indian War. The badge and ribbon are in good to very good condition. The ribbon shows some slight fraying but generally good condition overall. The Black Hawk Indian War was fought in 1832. Est.: $400-$800.

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9BE-168 QUACKENBUSH

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 352)

LOT 16 Scarce Quackenbush bicycle rifle circa 1900 marked “HM Quackenbush Herkimer NY USA”; the gun shows approximately 12” barrel and is 15-3/4” overall with the stock infolded; the skeletonized stock is mounted in a bracket on the right side of the frame and the pistol remains in fine to near excellent condition showing 97-99% bright original finish, bright nitre blue finish on trigger, small parts and springs, the block shows 90% toned original case hardening; these bicycle-type pistols were quite scarce and made to be carried along while traveling on a bicycle. Est.: $400-$800

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9BE-32 HJ HALE #150

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 352)

LOT 17 An underhammer percussion pistol signed “H. J. Hale” and marked “Warranted Cast Steel”. Pistol measures approx. 10” overall with 6” half round to octagon medium weight barrel of approx. .31 caliber with rifled bore. The pistol remains in good to very good original condition showing a light brown patina finish, some scattered light erosion and minor pin prick pitting; the wood grips are at least very good with some minor losses and slight imperfections; the brass trim shows a deep patina. Est.: $400-$800.

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9BE-182 JAMES REID LOT

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 352)

LOT 18 Lot of memorabilia pertaining to James Reid, manufacturer of Reid Knuckleduster pistols including his wedding certificate, latch to factory door and other Reid memorabilia obtained by Chuck Grimes from descendants all relating to Reid’s Catskill factory. Est.: $500-$1,000.

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9AC-8 PHOTO FLYS GALLERY

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 352)

LOT 19 Original 19th century photograph of young boy on photographer’s gold-embossed card, Fly’s Gallery, Tombstone, A.T. (for Arizona Territory). The image is in good to very fine condition. This Lobby Card is in remarkable condition. Fly’s Gallery of Photography, operated by Camillus “Buck” Sidney Fly, was right in the heart of Tombstone and actually was next door to the shootout at the O.K. Corral. From the style of the boy’s dress and the chair he is leaning on, we would guess the image to be about the 1870s. Est.: $300-$500.

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9BE-171 PINFIRE

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 352)

LOT 20 24-shot Metraileuse revolver in approximately 11.4 mm, serial #6, with bracket mount; these French revolvers are of heavy construction and measure approximately 16-1/2” from end of frame to tip of barrel; barrel is approximately 9-1/2” and weigh almost seven pounds; the condition is good with a brown patina finish, some light to moderate scattered erosion and pinprick pitting and some slightly heavier pitting on the front of the cylinders; the pistol shows a large ring at the front of the trigger where it could be fired from a lanyard; many ideas as to the use of these oddity revolvers has been put forth by collectors and authors and the most reasonable is they were made to be mounted on the bow of a small motor craft or could be fired by lanyard when mounted at top of a trench or wall. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9CG-4 LG CARVED BRIT HORN

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 352)

LOT 21 Large powder horn measuring approximately 18” across the curve and nearly 11” in circumference. The horn is finely scrimshawed with Scottish motifs showing 42nd regiment, G. R and crown with British crests, classic Greek and Roman heads, strands of arms, thistles and other European motifs including portrait of George III. The horn is mounted with a fancy brass work band, which is typical Victorian in its styling and nicely engraved with scrollwork. There is a number 18 on the center plaque indicating an issue number or reporting number of some type. The horn retains its original wood plug and spout. The bottom of the horn is decorated with small brass tacks. The horn is in good to very good condition, and we would date it to early to mid 19th Century. There are some slight nicks and small areas of typical horn-type losses. A very impressive, large powder horn. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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8JD-2 PAIR BEADED GUANTLETS

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 352)

LOT 22 Pair of nicely beaded gauntlets with fringe showing floral and cross motif, multi-colored beads including greasy yellow, circa 1890-1910, showing trade cloth piping. Gloves measure approximately 15” from end to end, and are for a good size man’s hand. The condition is good to very good. The tops of the gloves are much older than the bottom portion, which appears to have been added later. An attractive set with exceptionally good beadwork. Est.: $400-$800.

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MAP-21 32 AUTO CHILEAN POLICE

Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 352)

LOT 23 Early Ortgies' Patent by DWM, .32 cal. automatic pistol, #400, with Chilean National Crest stamped on right side, no slide marking just DWM in script on left with German commercial proofs. The pistol is mounted with original checkered wood stocks and has been restored to excellent condition by an excellent gunsmith. Approximately 99%+ of the restored finish remains. Est.: $800-1,600.horn-type losses. A very impressive, large powder horn. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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MAP-14 ALL METAL AIR GUN

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 352)

LOT 24 Air gun walking stick, marked patent pending 1881. The gun measures approximately 37” from grip to tip and approximately .44 cal. smooth bore. The gun is of steel construction with copper brazing, fitted with sights and was originally fed through a reservoir in the stock, which was charged by a pump. A key mechanism similar to a clock key cocked the gun and exposed a button trigger, which popped out when cocked. The condition is fair, showing a gray steel patina finish with scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting, and probably was either originally painted or covered in leather. An interesting air gun cane. Est.: $500-$1,000.

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8LW-53 ASTON 1851

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 352)

LOT 25 U.S. Model 1842 Aston .54 cal. percussion single shot U.S. military-issue horse pistol dated 1851, in very good original condition. The barrel and lock show their original arsenal bright with some slight staining, minor erosion and some light to moderate pitting developing around the breech area at the rear of the barrel. The metal surfaces are generally very good+. The stock is very good+ to near fine showing two sharp cartouches on left side, small inspection stamp and generally very good+ to near fine wood with just one small chip from bottom edge beneath lock and some other small imperfections. The breech area shows a full complement of military inspections and the tang is also dated 1851. The swivel ramrod is completely original and the brass mounts show a light patina. An exceptional Aston pistol with crisp inspector’s cartouches. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.

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9AC-10 1841 US MIL PROM LTR

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 352)

LOT 26 Letter dated 1841 addressed to Lt. Col. John McHenry, New Orleans, commanding 1st Regiment, 9th Brigade, Louisiana Militia, volunteering Lt. Henry Quayle to the promotion of 1st Lieutenant and recommending the appointment of William Moals to the position of 2nd Lieutenant along with the appointment of S. Z. Relf as a 2nd Lieutenant, signed by J. G. Walton, Captain, 3rd Company, 1st Regiment, 9th Brigade, Louisiana Militia. The letter is in good condition, nicely addressed and marked, some normal aging. Est.: $200-$400.

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9BE-35 BELGIAN KNIFE PIST #17568

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 352)

LOT 27 Belgium pin fire revolver with folding knife blade, approximately 10-1/4” overall when extended; typical pin fire design with folding trigger; approximately 7-mm showing ELG proofs, serial #17568; the revolver remains in good to very good original condition with 50-70% bright original blue finish which is evenly toning and some erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the varnish wood grips are good with approximately 30-50% varnish; many small nicks, mar and storage-type marks; the blade is absolutely original to this pistol and this knife pistol is generally good overall. Est.: $1,500-$2,500

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9BE-160

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 352)

LOT 28 Royal quality Flintlock, pocket pistol by W. Smith of London; approximately 6” overall with 1-1/2” barrel of approximately .50 caliber; this high-quality Flintlock pistol shows a gold inlaid plaque on left side of frame which is hand engraved “W. Smith” and also a wide gold ring at muzzle which is similarly hand engraved; the stocks are ornately inlaid with silver plaques that are beautifully engraved in the seam of cornucopia with flowers and floral accents; the rear of butt shows a fine engraved and inlaid silver plaque which is surmounted by a crown with a shield which is left to engrave with owner’s initials; the condition is fine to nearly excellent with 80-90% bright original fire blue on barrel which is just starting to thin and tone, bright polished frame and brech are very good and sharp with crisp engraving and just normal discoloration, slight age; all original flintlock parts, a superb quality early 19th century pistol by a well-known London maker. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-181 FRANK WESSON WATCH FOB PISTOL

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 352)

LOT 29 Frank Wesson Watch Fob pistol, .22 caliber. Serial # 1356 in original fine to near excellent condition showing 90-95% bright original blue on barrel group, frame is sharp and crisp and drifted to light to even natural brass patina; the varnished wood grips are fine to excellent with a few scratches and minor marks only; the edges and markings are super crisp, the Watch Fob pistol is near to fine overall; an exceptional specimen. Est.: $1500-$3,000.

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8LW-32 ASTON 1851

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 352)

LOT 30 U.S. military-issue .54 cal. horse pistol by H. Aston, dated 1851, showing arsenal bright finish with good sharp cartouche wood stock. The lock and barrel are dated 1851 and the metal surfaces are in good to very good condition showing the original unpolished bright with some slight staining, minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting particularly around the areas of the breech and around the bolster. The stocks are very good+ showing sharp JH&WAT cartouche with small JH inspector’s stamp. There are some marks at the edges, some minor wear and carry but very good+ overall. The pistol retains its original ramrod and keeper. The trigger shows traces of original base colors as does the nipple. The breech shows US WN &P inspections with a small JH at the breech on the left side. There are some small dings and mars on the trigger guard and butt. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.

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9BE-57 PINFIRE KNIFE PISTOL

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 352)

LOT 31 Combination pinfire revolver and folding pocket knife pistol with horn grip scales, Belgian proofed, approx. 5 mm pinfire, 6 shot, with folding trigger. Metal surfaces show approx. 75%-85% original nickel, just starting to flake and tone naturally with a small amount of pitting. The blade is marked “Brevete” and “S. G. D. G.” with an “SB” marking on ricasso of blade. The horn grips are in very good condition with just normal aging, the action is crisp, the small parts and original ejector rod are retained. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-43 KNIFE PISTOL STAG GRIP PINFIRE

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 352)

LOT 32 Marti single-shot pin fire knife pistol approximately 7-mm of French design showing stag horn scales, corkscrew trigger, automatic button release blade which is signed Shafer and Arav; the pistol shows stag horn scales and side button release German silver mounts; the condition is very good plus with traces of original blue turning to brown; the blade shows some slight sharpening at its edge; the mechanism and blade release are working; featured in article by Chuck Grimes, Man at Arms, January 1978, page 23. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9AC-2 1703 DOC

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 352)

LOT 33 Original 1703-dated document of William Dampier, commander of the ship St. George, concerning financial matters transferring the sum of 200 pounds to his wife with his seal and signature and signed by five witnesses with other information penned on back of legal document. Dampier, who was born in 1651 or 1652 and died in 1715, is listed as a buccaneer, pirate, circumnavigator, Navy captain, hydrographer and son of a tenant farmer in East Coker, Somerset, England. Dampier, who sailed with Capt. Charles Swan and the Spanish Main in the Caribbean, led an interesting, adventurous life. Document remains in remarkable condition, just slight aging. Est.: $300-$600

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9BE-53 OSGOOD #3875

Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 352)

LOT 34 Osgood Gun Works Duplex revolver, .22 caliber over .32 caliber revolver; eight shots 22, one shot 32, inspired by the famous Le Matt design and a rare and desirable American small-sized revolver; serial #3875; the revolver shows approximately 85-95% original nickel finish with some erosion at the rear of the barrel and front of cylinder; light to moderate scattered erosion and pinprick pitting and normal aging; the grips are very good plus; the markings are sharp; the edges fairly crisp; the action good; there are some storage type nicks and mars; a seldom encountered American oddity. Est.: $900-1,800.able condition, just slight aging. Est.: $300-$600.

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9BE-61 HAMMOND BULLDOG #6187

Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 352)

LOT 35 Hammond Bulldog 44 Henry rim fire caliber single-shot Derringer manufactured by Connecticut Arms Company; 4” barrel; blue and case-hardened finish; serial #6187; the pistol remains in fine to near excellent original condition showing 85-95% bright original blue on barrel; some slight scratches and minor losses at the edges, the frame and action area show 70-80% original case hardening drifting to a natural silvery-gray finish; the hard rubber grips are fine to near excellent; the markings are sharp; the action is crisp; the interior also near mint; an exceptional bulldog. Est.: $1,250-$1,750.

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9BE-5 CHAINEUX 20 SHOT #5481

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 352)

LOT 36 “J. Chaineux” signed pinfire, 20 shot, 7.65 mm cal., DA revolver; blue and case hardened finish, select burl wood grips, #5481. The revolver shows 60%-80% original blue on barrel and cylinder evenly drifting to a light patina with some scattered erosion and pin prick pitting just starting. The frame shows 60%-80% case hardening drifting to silvery grey with some areas of rainbow colors showing vibrantly mostly on the back of the frame and recoil shield. The grips show just some slight scratches, minor storage marks and are very good+ to near fine. The action is tight, the ejector and all small parts are retained; the revolver is extremely crisp and shows very little use. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.

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8LW-37 JOHNSON 1841

Lot #37 (Sale Order 37 of 352)

LOT 37 U.S. Model 1836, U.S. Martial-issue flintlock pistol by R. Johnson of Middleton, Conn., dated 1841. The pistol remains in near fine original condition showing its original bright arsenal finish on barrel and mounts. The lock shows most of its original case hardening just starting to tone and drift slightly. The hammer and frizzen are a pleasing patina. The stock is very good+ to near fine with crisp edges, some small marks and razor-sharp JHN and WAT inspections with small H7 inspection, which is matching to the H7 inspection on the barrel. The muzzle shows some slight to moderate pitting and erosion as does the keeper and the end of ramrod, and also a slight amount on the trigger guard and butt. An exceptional Johnson with considerable colors on the frizzen and spring, and in its full original flintlock configurations with all correct small parts. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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MAP-19 TRU- FLIGHT RIOT GUN #6116

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 352)

LOT 38 Tru-Flite 37 mm long-range gas gun made by the Lake Erie Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio, USA. The gun is #6116, and remains in very good+ to near fine original condition with some scratching on the blue barrel. The plum blue finish frame is fine to near excellent. The wood stock is very good+ with some minor storage scratches, and the gun is fitted with a Pachmayr recoil pad. The trigger guard shows a brass tag for U.S. Naval Station, Tongue Point, where it was probably used as a stockade guard gun. Est.: $900-1,800.

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9BB-11 CAL 2 BBL10GA SG

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 352)

LOT 39 Massive 8 gauge double barrel percussion Market Hunter’s type shotgun engraved on rib, laminated on steel barrels — Wilson & Evans, Sacramento. The gun measures approximately 45” overall with 29” barrels and nearly 3” across the breech. The barrels appear to have been shortened during the period of use. The metal surfaces remain in fair to good condition showing traces of damascene pattern on the brown barrels, which show approximately 20%-30% original brown drifting to a dark patina, some scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting. The locks show light engraving and scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting. The buttplate and trigger guard also show moderate amount of erosion and pinprick pitting. The stocks are fair showing some losses along the top edge, some significant splinters, a crack at the wrist and some wear, slight cleaning, etc. The forward 5” of the fore stock show an old period, well-done gunsmith’s repair, which is nicely checkered. Silver keys and escutcheons and silver divider were added at the time this bore end was repaired and probably when the gun was shortened. An old bone-tipped ramrod is included. A very interesting California marked shotgun, probably used for commercial purposes. Est.: $700-$1,400.

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9BZ-4 1886 WIN

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 352)

LOT 40 Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, 40-82 cal., factory 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial #91819. The rifle remains in good original condition showing 30%-40% original blue on barrel drifting to a light gray-brown patina finish with some scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting just starting. The magazine tube shows 70%-80% original blue just starting to tone. The frame shows traces of case hardening drifting to a silvery patina with some light erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. The hammer and lever show a dark brown patina finish and some rusting with some areas of erosion and pitting just starting. The stocks are good with dings, mars, scratches, exposure to the elements, carry and use but fit up to the metals impeccably and are completely uncleaned and untouched, and at least good overall. The buttplate shows some new rust and is completely uncleaned. The barrel address is sharp as is the caliber marking. All original sights and small parts are retained. The action is good; the bore is very good+ and may clean to excellent. An untouched ’86 rifle that looks just out-of-the- attic in condition. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-6 30 SHOT

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 352)

LOT 41 Possibly unique 30-shot .22 caliber, double-action revolver circa 1860-1870, probably French or Belgian; 7” overall showing two superposed round barrels which are half round and half octagon with the top barrel being ribbed; the action is external and the cylinder is operated single action; the fluted cylinder has two rows of chambers; one of 20, another of 10; the hand and gears are located on the outside of right and left frame; the condition is fair to good with some light to moderate pitting and erosion overall; the ribs are slightly undersized and shows some cleaning and possible sanding; we would guess this revolver to be a prototype as it was too complicated; probably a design or patent model. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-55 TRIBUZIO #4

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 352)

LOT 42 Italian Tribuzio palm squeezer pistol, 8-mm caliber in fine original condition; the pistol shows approximately 90-95% original nickel on frame and operating ring; the barrel shows 80-90% original blue on barrel which is thinning evenly; bright original niter blue on springs and small parts; the pistol shows a full complement of Belgium proofs and word Belgium stamped on right side of frame; one of the scarcer palm squeezers. Est.: $1,500-$3,000

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9AC-1 ORIG PHOTO BBCODY& SITTING BULL

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 352)

LOT 43 Original cabinet photograph of Buffalo Bill Cody with Sitting Bull, which is mounted on photographer’s card. The back of the photographer’s card is stamped I. H. Gore. On the back of the card, the names of Buffalo Bill and Sitting Bull are written in pencil and the card also shows the name of Thamie Martino. The image is good with some staining, darkening, normal aging and slight losses at the corner, etc. Est.: $400-$800.

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9BE-44 FRANK WESSON #239

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 352)

LOT 44 Scare and desirable Frank Wesson over and under .41 caliber Derringer with telescoping dagger or bayonet. Serial #239; featured in an article Man of Arms Magazine, January 1978, page 40. The pistol measures approximately 5-1/2” overall with nearly 3” barrel group of .41 caliber rim fire. The barrels show 50-70% original blue finish, thinning on the edges with some drifting and minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the frame is a dark honey color with deep patina; the grips are a select hardwood, possibly rosewood and are at least very good with some minor scratches, wear at the edges and normal aging; the telescoping dagger or bayonet is original and as are all of the small parts; a desirable American Derringer and oddity. Est.: $4,000-8,000.

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8LW-108 PETERS AD

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 352)

LOT 45 Original Peters Cartridge Co. advertiser showing Indian princess, measuring approximately 30” high by 15” wide in very good condition, showing just a couple of slight cracks, some miniscule losses and normal aging but at least very good overall. The lower right is signed Copyright by Hayes Litho Co., Buffalo, N.Y. The top of advertiser shows Peters Cartridge Co. and bottom left Cincinnati, Ohio. The artwork is beautifully framed in an oak and gold/gilt frame, which may be the original and which has been restored. Est.: $700-$1,400.

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8LW-47 PHIL DER PLATE AGENT

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 352)

LOT 46 J. Deringer-marked Philadelphia derringer also marked Made for A.J. PLATE, San Francisco. The pistol measures approximately 5” overall with 1-1/2” barrel of approximately .45 cal with 5-groove rifling, en-graved German silver mounts showing typical pineapple finial and Slotter-type engraved sideplate. The derringer remains in good to very good condition. The barrel shows a light gray brown patina finish and some scattered erosion and pinprick pitting. The lock and breech show considerable gray original case hardening drifting to patina. The stock is very good with some edge wear and slight smoothing to the checkering but at least very good overall. J. Deringer was a tailor and not related to Derringer who was hired by Slotter to infringe on Derringer name as to legend. An interesting Philadelphia with ab-solutely real San Francisco agent marks. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.

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9BE-71 FRANKE PUSE PIST

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 352)

LOT 47 Frankenou’s patent purse pistol; French and American patents of 1877, serial #1142. These rare oddities are sought after by both oddity and curiosa collectors. The interior of the purse reveals a small 5 mm pin fire revolver which is activated by an outside trigger and a small spring operated door exposes the barrel. The pistol remains in very good original condition showing its original ramrod, all original small parts; the leather panels shows some cracking, small losses and normal aging; a key example in any oddity collection. Est.: $3,500-$5,500.

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8LW-80 73 WIN #33140

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 352)

LOT 48 Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, 44-40 cal., second model, serial #33140, with barrel shortened to approximately 21”. Old re-blued finish. Dust cover removed. Interesting period carved buttstock showing horse and rider and stylized buffalo on left. The right side of buttstock is inlaid with original to the period inscribed plaque, which reads Won by R. L. Higgens at San Jose, Nov. 20, 1879, by a score of 45 possible 50 against 207 scores. This brass plaque is absolutely original. The rifle is well known in California and has been in many well-recognized collections. It shows 95%-98% of old reblued finish with some scattered erosion and light to moderate pitting underneath the blue finish. The stocks are fair to good and show some wear and use. The carving is quite attractive as previously mentioned and there are four notches or kill marks carved into the stock just behind the tang. The action is good, the dust cover removed and the bore is fair to good. Note: At one time a San Jose newspaper ran a story on this shooting event, which is inscribed on the plaque. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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8LW-14

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 352)

LOT 49 Remington Rider Patent .32 extra short magazine repeating pistol, fully New York-style scroll engraved, nickel plated with rosewood grips, NSNV. The pistol shows 50%-70% original nickel evenly drifting and toning with some erosion and pinprick pitting starting where the nickel has lifted. The barrel address is good and sharp. The magazine tube is original. The grips are good with even loss of varnish, some cracks, mars and normal crazing but generally good overall. The action is working; the bore is slightly rough. An attractive, always desirable Remington derringer. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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8HF-2 D PETCHEL IND W/GUN

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 352)

LOT 50 Original oil on canvas showing American Indian brave with trade-type musket in full regalia signed Don Prechtel, dated 1968, approximately 20” high by 24” wide, nicely framed and matted. The artwork is in good condition. The reverse of the stretcher bar is inscribed from Don Prechtel to the buyer. Prechtel is a very well recognized artist who is famous for his Civil War and western scenes and who currently resides in the northwest. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9EM-1 COLT SHERIFFS MOD 1878 #33673

Lot #50a (Sale Order 50 of 352)

Lot 50A Colt 1878 Sheriff's Model DA revolver, 44-40 cal., 3 ½" barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #33673. This rare gun is in overall good+ condition showing approx. 15% muted original finish confined primarily to the protected areas; the balance of the metal surfaces show a brown patina with scattered areas of erosion and pin prick pitting. The action is good, the bore should clean to very good, the markings are good and the grips are good+. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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MAP-2 COPY OF MAUSER C-96 CARB #37

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 352)

LOT 51 Chinese copy of Model C96 Mauser carbine fully cutaway, #37, showing chamber mechanism, interior rifling and all major interior parts. The left side of the frame and receive show Chinese writing and star and the arm is fitted with a folding shoulder stock. The condition is fine to excellent. One of few known. It was used for training, demonstration and display purposes. Not a firearm. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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8IV-8 WALKER #3648

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 352)

LOT 52 Colt New Black Powder Series Walker revolver, .44 cal. percussion with custom extended 16” barrel, shoulder stock, #3648. The revolver remains in fine to near excellent condition showing 95%-98% original blue, bright and fiery case hardening still 95%, near excellent grips and wood stock. The revolver has been fitted with a V-type front sight and the barrel is fitted for a rear sight, which is now missing. The custom work is very good quality and this is an impressive black powder revolver. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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8MW-10 BAYONET & SHEATH

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 352)

LOT 53 Saber bayonet for Winchester Model 1873 musket. Bayonet remains in fine to near excellent condition showing most of the original nickel-plated finish on the blade, the hilt is very good+ with very good spring and a nice even patina. The original scabbard shows its correct mounts; the seam is good, only slightly opening, some minor scratches, mars and scrapes. The blade shows a light marking of a crown indicating foreign manufacturer but this is absolutely a correct bayonet for the Winchester ’73 carbine. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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9BE-19 BACON ARMS #682

Lot #54 (Sale Order 54 of 352)

LOT 54 Bacon Pepperbox Derringer; .22 caliber, six-shot in fine to excellent original condition with barrel group showing approximately 90-95% bright original blue; slight index line between cylinder stops; some areas of minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting towards the front of the muzzles; the frame shows 95-98% thick original silver plate which is starting to craze in a few areas of slight lifting and turning to natural patina; the varnished hardwood, probably rosewood grips, are very good plus with some minor age checks; a couple of distress cracks and just some minor aging from use; the hammer shows traces of rainbow case hardening going to grayish brown; bacon is crisp and sharp overall but shows no markings or serial numbers; marked on interior 682. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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9BI-1 NARWHALE TUSK WALKING STAFF

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 352)

LOT 55 Walking stick made from narwhal tusk, probably for a lady, approximately 29-1/4” in length, turned at 4-6-3/4” round and grip area also turned to round at back 5”. The area where the cane cap would have been shows multi-color green and red dot inlays. The top of the narwhal tusks turned into cane handle seems to be tapped and plugged for a fancy handle or grip. Narwhal tusks are desirable to cane collectors as well as collectors in general, and are seldom encountered from the whaling era. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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8LW-17 REM 41

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 352)

LOT 56 Late production Remington Over/Under derringer with one-line Remington Arms-U.M.C. Co. address, dark blue late finish with composite grips, #L98586. The derringer shows approximately 95%-98% original blue with some slight losses at the high points, frame and muzzle but generally near excellent metal surfaces. Bright robin’s egg blue on latch. Grips are fine to excellent. Hinges are unbroken. The action is tight; bore is near mint. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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9AO-7 BEERSTEIN

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 352)

LOT 57 Large Imperial-era German beer stein measuring approximately 12” from tip to base. The top shows a pewter cast soldier in his uniform with rifle sitting and drinking a beer with a portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm hanging from his stein. The stein shows the name Relervicf Goldsh at center, in Unit #122, other unit markings, the names of unit members and the year 1919. The center of the stein is nicely painted with lady holding Imperial crown and sword, soldiers in uniforms carrying Mauser rifles and other amusing scenes. The bottom of the stein shows a lithopane of a soldier courting a lady. The condition is very good overall. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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9AO-8 BEERSTEIN

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 352)

LOT 58 High quality original German Imperial era beer stein measuring approximately 12” from tip to base showing German soldier in uniform with lion at top, Saxon-type lion on thumb piece. The stein is beautifully hand painted and shows Unit #9, soldiers in uniform with Mauser rifles, portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm and other finely executed artworks. The top of the stein shows 9th Infantry, markings from Wuzburg, 1908-1919, the name on bottom of original solder, Harnirf Schmitt. The condition of the stein is fine to near excellent. A lithopane in the bottom pictures a soldier drinking a beer and courting a young maiden. An exception, original stein. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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9AO-9 BEERSTEIN

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 352)

LOT 59 Authentic Imperial German beer stein measuring approximately 11-1/2” from tip of lid to base showing soldier drinking from flask on top, portraits of Kaiser Wilhelm surrounded by military arms, Saxon eagle at thumb piece. The body of the stein shows high quality painting with regimental scenes, the date of 1898, a list of the company members and shows German troops in spike helmets shooting. The artwork shows a small signature and Unit #13. There is a lithopane in the bottom of the stein showing a German man courting a lady at a window and a cabinet photo inside the stein with the name of the soldier in the uniform that owned the stein. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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9AC-7 COLL OF 6 COLT

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 352)

LOT 60 Collection of seven original Colt prints issued by Serven Gun Room in the 1950s and in their original folio. Est.: $100-$300.

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JSM-3 JAP SWORD

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 352)

LOT 61 A Japanese samurai sword in tachi or court mounts. Blade measures 24-3/4” across cutting edge, 31-1/4” from tip to end of tang. The blade in good to very good condition showing its original polish, some slight erosion just starting, bumpy temper line extending from hibaki to point. The tang shows some age and blade is handmade, probably from the Shinshinto era. The mounts are hammered brass in the form of topagowa type mons or crests with chrysanthemums; the mounts show traces of original silver gilt. The grip and scabbard are both in very good condition, and show a nice un-cleaned original patina. The tsuba matches the mounts. The sword has a very attractive look and is great for display. These tachi type mountings were made for use at royal court and official functions. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9EV-1 NAVAJO RUG

Lot #61a (Sale Order 61 of 352)

Lot 61A Beautiful large Navajo rug in overall very good condition, approx. 57" X 88". There is an intricate pattern displayed in the rug that highlights grey, tan, gold, brown and white colors; some small areas of repair. This rug would warm any Western-theme room and has a classic design. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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9BZ-2 1876 WIN #15238

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 352)

LOT 62 Winchester Model 1876 octagon barrel rifle, 45-60 cal., factory 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, plain trigger. Received in the warehouse Aug. 3, 1881; shipped from the warehouse Aug. 3, 1881, To Order No. 26892, serial number 15238. The rifle remains in good to very good condition showing approximately 30%-50% original blue on barrel and magazine tube drifting to a pleasing brown patina finish with some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting, and some slightly heavier areas of pitting just starting on the top edge of the barrel. The barrel address is sharp; the caliber marking is sharp. The frame shows 20%-40% original blue, also, drifting to a dark brown patina. The hammer and lever show considerable case hardening within a matching patina to the overall gun. The forend cap and buttplate show a brownish patina. The stocks are good with some scratches, dings and mars mostly in the buttstock, exposure to the elements, handling and normal use but generally good overall. The loading gate and dust cover show 70%-80% blue going to a patina finish. The rifle is mounted with a military-type rear sight, which has been with it all its life, and is not unattractive. A blade sight has been added to the original front sight base and works well with this interesting rear sight. The action is tight; the bore is very dirty but may clean since it is full of cobwebs and dirt. An untouched, attractive 1876 Winchester. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-14 BLUNT & SYMS P BOX #194278

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 352)

Lot 63 Blunt & Syms Medium-frame Underhammer percussion pepperbox pistol, .31 cal., six shot, 3" barrels, rounded butt, wood grips, #NVSN. This gun is in overall good + condition showing the slightest traces of original blue in the protected areas of the barrel flutes; good action, tasteful period engraving, clear "Blunt & Syms New York" marking on the top of the frame and good grips that show scattered nicks and mars and are stamp numbered "278" and "194". Est.: $500-$800.

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8LW-67 SPRING OFF MOD

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 352)

LOT 64 Springfield second type officer’s model, 45-70 cal. in very good untouched original condition. The rifle shows very small b-16 on the inside of the trigger guard. The metal surfaces remain in good to very condition with approximately 20%-40% original blue drifting to brown on the barrel, some scattered erosion and pinprick pitting, and some dings and mars but generally good metal surfaces. The action, trap door and lock have drifted to a silvery gray patina with some minor erosion, pinprick pitting just starting but generally good metal surfaces that are drifting to a pleasing silvery gray color. The Springfield marking and eagle are good and sharp. The trigger guard shows a similar patina to the lock, barrel and mounts. The stock is also good with fairly sharp checkering, some dings, mars and scratches, handling and use. The pistol grip shows a couple of cracks and some carry and wear, but the stock is generally good and sound overall. The bottom side of the buttstock just behind the crest of the checkering shows most of the original ‘P’ proof marks. The rifle shows its original sights including rear sight and front sight. The original ramrod is retained. A very good officer’s model that appears to have seen use on the frontier but was well cared for. Good action, good bore, good overall. Est.: $9,000-$18,000.

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9BE-170 PINFIRE

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 352)

LOT 65 Double Action pinfire carbine marked “Chaineuz” with dealer’s name engraved on top of frame “Bonnerare A Chapon A Buenos Aires”. The rifle is approx. 10 mm caliber, 10 shot, DA, approx. 42 1/2” overall with 27” octagon barrel, #2805 on left side of frame and marked “B226” in stock, probably a collection or museum number. The carbine shows a blue brown patina finish with strong traces of original blue, scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting, some slightly heavier pitting at firing areas, but generally good metal surfaces. The stocks are good to very good with normal scraps, mars and dings but at least good overall. The action is good; the ejector, loading gate and all small parts are retained. An unusual 10 shot revolving carbine by a noted inventor. Est.$1,250-$2,500.

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9BE-172 BLUNDERBUSS

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 352)

LOT 66 English brass barrel blunderbuss signed E & W Bond measuring approximately 29-1/4” overall with 14” three-stage, bell mouth cannon-type barrel with approximately 1-1/4” bore mounted with spring bayonet on top of barrel; the blunderbuss remains in good to very good condition showing a light grayish-brown patina on lock with just slight normal aging, very minor erosion and pin prick pitting starting; the hammer safety lever is broken away but otherwise complete and good; the stock is good showing some light cleaning, minor marks, even carry and use, the brass mouths and barrel have been lightly polished, the bayonet release is working and a correct style ramrod is included; high quality and good condition, classic English blunderbuss of the early 19th century. Est.: $2,500-$3,500.

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9BT-17 ALLEN #282

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 352)

LOT 67 Allen and Thurber Pepperbox, .36 caliber percussion in very good plus original condition; serial #282; barrel shows approximately 60-70% original blue evenly drifting to a grayish brown patina; a couple of areas of minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the frame has drifted to natural light gray with traces of blue; the original cap shield is retained; the hammer shows traces of original colors; the varnish wood grips are very good plus to nearly fine with minor scratches, mars, dings from normal use; the bottom of the left grip shows an S stamp; the action crisp, markings sharp; crisp overall. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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9BE-18 CONTINENTAL ARMS

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 352)

LOT 68 Continental Arms Company Pepperbox Derringer, .22 caliber, five-shot, 22” barrels, serial #412 in very good plus to near fine original condition with barrel and cylinders showing approximately 40-60% original bright blue finish drifting on the edges; some slight toning to brown with small spots of erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the address on the cylinder is sharp and crisp; the frame also is good with traces of blue drifting to brown; the rosewood grips are good with some wear on the left side of the frame; an exceptional Continental Pepperbox Derringer. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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8LW-10 COLT SAA #326925

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 352)

LOT 69 Colt Single Action Army revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, #326925. The single action remains in very good+ original condition showing approximately 75%-85% original blue on barrel and cylinder, some drifting at the left front of barrel particularly at the muzzle, some minor losses at the edges of the cylinder, some light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting with some slightly heavier pitting at the left front muzzle from being holstered. The blue on the barrel is very bright and inky on the right side. The ejector-rod housing shows 40%-50% blue, mostly in the groove, thinning on the outside edge with just beginning minor erosion and pinprick pitting. The cylinder is very sharp and crisp with some small losses of blue at the edges, some slight scratches, minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. The frame shows 70%-80% case hardening drifting to a smoky gray with some very nice rainbow hues mixed in and particularly bright in protected areas at the front of the frame. The hammer shows 50%-70% case hardening also going to patina. The trigger guard and back strap also show 40%-50% original blue that is slightly thinning and toning to patina. The grips are very good+ and fit impeccably. The markings are sharp, action is tight and bore is very good. The front sight is its full unaltered, original height. Est.: $2,500-$4,000.

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8LW-75 AMES PISTOL CARB

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 352)

Lot 70 Springfield Model 1855 pistol carbine, .58 cal. percussion with detachable original shoulder stock. The carbine remains in original good condition showing a light gray patina finish with some minor cleaning, scattered light to moderate surface erosion and pinprick pitting. The eagle marking on the cover of primer door shows about 50% still visible with some pitting in the lock area. The Springfield marking is well defined as is the 1855. The left side of the breech shows a clear V.P. proof with an eagle head stamping. The pistol retains its original folding rear sight, original ramrod and keeper, and original buttstock, which is #7. The buttstock is fair to good showing some dings, mars, and scratches and a couple of gouges but generally good overall. The buttplate is marked with large block stamped letters C.T., possibly Colorado Territory. A good, authentic Model 1855 pistol carbine. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-15 CHUCHU PT P BOX #207

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 352)

LOT 71 Chu Chu, four-barrel cartridge Pepperbox Derringer; .22 caliber rim fire; 1-7/8” barrel group; approximately 5-1/2” overall; simple scroll engraving with fancy gutta percha grips showing gargoyle; serial #207; the pistol remains in good to very good condition showing a light grayish brown patina finish; some areas of minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the grips are very good plus; the barrel spring shows most of its bright original nitre blue; the action is working; the pepperbox derringer is crisp overall; this is the exact gun pictured in the “Pepperbox Firearms”. Est.: $3,000-$5,000.

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9BE-16 ALLEN & THURBER #176

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 352)

LOT 72 Cased Allen & Thurber Pepperbox pistol, .32 caliber percussion, serial #176 with 4-1/4” rib barrel group marked in two lines Allen & Thurber Worchester and patented 1837 cast steel; the pepperbox remains in near fine original condition showing 85-95% original blue on barrel group drifting to a natural patina; the cap shield shows 75-85% bright original nitre blue finish; frame shows 20% original blue drifting to natural patina with most of the blue remaining on the right side; the varnish wood grips are fine to near excellent and shows silver or German silver-type spangle inlay on left and right grip; just some minor marks and handling to the wood; the pepperbox is contained within its original to the period; partition style velvet-line case which is in very good plus condition showing some slight fraying, minor indentations and normal aging; the lid of the box shows a area where a label was once pasted and now is missing; the case retains an original mold combo loading tool, red Moroccan leather-covered flask and rare L-shaped screwdriver; the tools are in very good to near fine condition; the flask is exceptional as is the screwdriver; the exterior of the box shows a beveled-type lid with some minor cracks, normal aging, slight marks, etc. but at least very good overall. Est.: $1,500-2,500.

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9BZ-5 COLT SA #166891

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 352)

LOT 73 Colt Single Action Army revolver, 32-20 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, shipped to Tompkins LaSalle Hardware Co., Mobile, Ala., on Dec. 10, 1896, three guns in shipment, all features confirmed by factory letter, #166891. The single action remains in very good+ to near fine original condition showing 75%-85% bright original blue on barrel thinning as its left edge from being carried in a holster. There is some slight erosion and pinprick pitting just starting where the finish is lost. The front sight has been trimmed a small amount. The ejector-rod housing shows 75%-85% original blue thinning on its edge with some slight scratches, minor use and normal wear. The cylinder shows80%-90% thinning original blue finish with an index line between the cylinder stops and some very bright blue in the flute. The frame shows 75%-85% case hardening just slightly drifting to smoky gray with some very good colorful rainbow areas of case hardening still showing. The back strap and trigger guard show 30%-50% thinning original blue. The hard rubber grips are very good+ overall with some slight high point and edge wear and fit impeccably. All matching visible serial numbers. Tight action; good bore. An exceptional single action shipped to the Deep South. Est.: $2,750-$5,500.

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8IK-6 COLT ARMY #338737

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 352)

LOT 74 Colt Army Special, .38 special cal. double action revolver, factory engraved, blued finish, hard rubber grips, serial #338737. The Colt shows approximately 30%-40% original blue drifting to a grayish brown patina with some scattered erosion and light surface pitting. The hard rubber grips are very good with slight surface and edge wear but are generally good overall. The action is tight; the bore is good to very good. Only less than 500 of this model were factory engraved. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.

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8MO-11 CARVED HORN SNAKE & DOG

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 352)

LOT 75 Interesting early to mid 19th century power horn measuring approximately 14-1/2” from tip across curve and approximately 4-1/2” across plug in butt. The spout of the horn is carved in the form of a dog’s head and there is a raised carved snake that wraps itself around the body of the horn. The horn is decorated with concentric circles that are incised carved. The butt of the horn shows pewter button-type inlays around the base of the plug, and one is missing. There is an old collection number, #117, painted on the wood base. There are metal loop type hangers. We would date this horn around 1800-1830, and it is very attractive and shows a rich patina. Est.: $700-$1,400.

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8LA-1 SHARPS 1874 MUSKET #155161

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 352)

LOT 76 Sharps Model 1874 military-style musket, 44-77 Sharps straight cal., 30” round barrel, blue and case hardened finish, standard musket type stocks with beech-type front sight, Lawrence-type rear sight and long-range veneer-type tang sight. Factory letter confirms this rifle, #155043, was shipped Oct. 15, 1875, to P. H. McQuinn of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and it is noted an 1874 military rifle, .44 cal., 40” barrel. Letter by Dr. Moore. Included with this rifle is a letter signed by P.H. McQuinn to Sharps Rifle Co. dated Oct. 4, 1875, advising Sharps that he (McQuinn) is organizing an independent rifle company and he apparently served as a lieutenant in the local National Guard. Also several other notes from McQuinn to Sharps about the price, cartridges and the fact that the gun is too expensive are included. An interesting story could be written about this gun and the McQuinn’s letters. The rifle retains approximately 80%-90% original blue turning slightly plum on the barrel with good smooth metal surfaces and just beginning normal aging. The lock, frame, lever and loading areas show a patina finish with faint traces of case hardening mixed in. There are some small areas of pinprick pitting just starting. The wood is very good+ with small dings, mars and scratches, and the wood shows a nice grain with just normal handle and use, and a couple of losses in the forend. The markings are sharp, the action is crisp and the bore is very good+ and looks as if it would clean to excellent. Seldom are 19th century firearms so well documented. Est.: $6,000-$9,000.

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8IV-14 DARNE

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 352)

LOT 77 Darne cannon breech, 28-gauge shotgun, blue finish with satin gray receiver, light colored checkered wood stocks, #SPC943. The gun remains in fine to excellent original condition showing 98%-99%+ original blue. The interior shows little to no use. The stock is also fine to excellent. The receiver shows typical European high quality scroll engraving. The rib is marked Made in France. The release lever shows the Darne trademark. The trigger shows bright original blue. The horn forend cap is excellent. The stock is near excellent with just some minor light type storage scratches and original buttplate is retained. This 28-gauge Darne is the only known example to collectors on the West Coast. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8GC-#36 Rock Island 1903

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 352)

LOT 78 Model 1903 .30 cal. bolt action U.S. military issue rifle by Rock Island Arsenal, #36, with barrel marked R.I.A. for Rock Island Arsenal and dated 11-05. The rifle remains in original good to very good condition showing most of its dull military finish on the action. The barrel shows traces of original blue. The stock is good to very good and shows a 1918 cartouche along with a later S.A. over S.P.G cartouche, and a dual ‘P’ proof mark behind trigger guard. The stock is generally in good to very good condition. The rifle shows early features including early handguard. The bottom of the barrel shows double ‘P’ proofs and other military markings indicating arsenal return. There is a slight crack on the underside of the forend towards the front, which is not major. The markings are sharp, the action is crisp and the bore is very good+. Hard to find these two digit model ‘03s. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8FZ-25 60 COLT IND HIDE

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 352)

LOT 79 Colt 1860 Army revolver, #753368, in as found ‘out of the attic’ condition showing a heavy brown patina finish with hide-covered wood grips showing old tacks. The revolver is in fair condition showing light to alternating heavy pitting overall with the heaviest pitting occurring on the cylinder, front of muzzle and top of barrel. The visible numbers are all matching. The wedge is an old replacement. The hide covering to the grips appears to be Indian-type tanning, and the tacks are old and show a dark patina. A very interesting, frontier looking 1860 Army Colt that may well have been the property of an Indian. The left side of the frame in front of trigger guard shows two notches cut in that location. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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8LW-28 COLT SA SHERRIFS #154054

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 352)

LOT 80 Colt Sheriff’s Model .45 cal. single-action revolver, 4” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, shipped to Dunlay & Geisler, Houston, Texas, on Jan. 31, 1894, three guns in shipment, #154054. The revolver remains in good to very good original condition showing 10%-20% original blue on barrel on cylinder drifting to an even light gray patina with some scattered erosion and pinprick pitting, all of which is minor. The barrel address is good and fully legible. The front sight is slimmed just a slight amount. The frame shows 20%-40% case hardening mixed within a smoky gray patina. The back strap and trigger guard show 10%-20% original blue also drifting to brown. The hard rubber grips are original to the revolver, in our opinion, and fit impeccably with just some small chips at the heel and smoothing at the high points and edges. The screws and small parts show considerable original blue. The hammer shows strong traces of case hardening drifting to patina. The action is crisp; the bore is fair to good. All matching visible serial numbers. A complete honest Sheriff’s Model that is original in every regard. Two old factory letters included. One is a1989 letter to Doug Carlson and the second is a 1959 letter from Colt to Paul Janke, legendary old Texas collector who originally owned this Sheriff’s Model. Est.: $9,000-$18,000.

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8MW-67 SAA US CAV #47313

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 352)

LOT 81 Colt Single Action Army revolver, U.S. Calvary Series, .45 cal., Henry Nettleton inspected, barrel shortened during period of use to 5-1/2”, serial #47313. The revolver remains in good original condition showing a gray brown patina finish with traces of original blue and case hardening within the patina, scattered light to moderate surface erosion pitting with some slightly heavier pitting on the front of frame and cylinder. The frame shows good markings, as does the barrel. Full inspections by Henry Nettleton including hammer. The grips show traces of cartouches on both sides and 1878 date barely visible. The grips are good to very good with a couple of small cracks, dents, dings and a brand or sign carved on the bottom of one grip. All matching visible serial numbers. All correct inspections. Front sight is a handmade old V-type and is of rifle size. The action is working, but the hammer notches are worn and slipping. The bore is fair to good. An interesting U. S. single action that saw frontier use. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9AC-11 SHARPS MOD 1874

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 352)

LOT 82 Sharps Model 1874 rifle, .45 cal. 30” octagon barrel, double triggers, open sight, oil finish stock, weight of gun listed as 8 pounds, 13 ounces. Invoiced at Bridgeport Factory on Dec. 10, 1877, to Charles Stockbridge, Colorado Springs, Colo., sent care of First National Bank. Under comments this was a single gun ordered to Stockbridge, who was a fairly frequent purchaser from the 1878-79 period. From letterheads, he was evidently employed in real estate, loans and commissions, and an insurance agent who also dealt in new and used firearms. With factory letter, #157392. The rifle remains in good original condition showing a light gray to brown patina finish with traces of original blue in case hardening blue drifting to silver. There is scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting with some darkened areas toward the front of the muzzle due to exposure and the elements. The barrel address is sharp and clear with old reliable trademark. The original rear sight is retained and shows Lawrence and patent dates. The lock area shows traces of case hardening drifting to silvery gray. The forend is well worn and shows weathering and carrying across the saddle with some slits and losses and is just fair overall. The buttstock is also weathered and slightly cleaned, possibly with steel wool or lightly sanded with down sides against the metal. The action is good; the bore is fair to good with some areas of roughness. The barrel measures 24-1/2” and has been shortened during the period of its use. A very interesting Sharps that was sent West right near the area of the buffalo herds in the frontier era. Est.: $4,000-$6,000.

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9BK-1 WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY #K477

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 352)

LOT 83 Whitney Kennedy lever action saddle ring carbine, 45-60 cal., with factory 22” barrel and all carbine features in fine to excellent original condition, #K477. The carbine shows 95%-98% original blue on barrel and magazine tube, some slight scratches and minor losses with frame showing 92%-95% bright original blue finish, some areas showing slight erosion and normal aging just starting particularly at the edges. The hammer shows 90%-95% bright original case hardening. The lever shows most of its original blue turning plum finish. The stocks are fine to near excellent showing 90%-95% varnish. There are some minor storage type scratches, dings and mars but generally very good near+ to fine overall. The carbine shows correct bands, rear sight, saddle ring. The action is tight, the bore near excellent. A cleaning rod is retained in the trap. One of the finest Whitney carbines known. Est.: $10,000-$20,000.

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8MW-200 SADDLE

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 352)

LOT 84 An early Hope-style saddle, probably out of Texas, with Mexican-type tree, good leatherwork showing stars and fancy decorations, good quality carving. Condition is good for its age with normal cracking, slight tatters, an opening at the seams of the rawhide-covered tree, original flaps and stirrups, some small repairs and recent stitching but generally good overall. Purportedly this particular saddle is pictured in a major reference work on western-style saddles and several experts have identified it to Texas and in the Hope style. A saddle with great character for the gun room, and in the early frontier era, would have been better than the average quality. A very good saddle that shows some honest use from aging. Est.: $750-$1,500.

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8MW-42 WIN 62 #90470A

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 352)

LOT 85 Winchester Model 62 pump action repeating rifle with Lyman type tang sight, serial #90470A. The rifle remains in fine to excellent original condition showing 97%-99%+ original blue, some slight losses at edges and handling areas only but near excellent overall. The wood stocks are also near excellent with some slight handling and minor storage marks. The buttstock shows a slightly better than normal grain to the wood. The markings are sharp, the action is crisp, the interior about excellent. The rifle is mounted with a Lyman type tang sight and standard barrel and front sight. Est.: $600-$900.

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9BZ-6 COLT SA #168047

Lot #86 (Sale Order 86 of 352)

LOT 86 Colt Single Action Army revolver, 38-40 cal., 4-3/4” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, shipped to Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Co., San Francisco Agency, San Francisco, Calif., on Nov. 11, 1896, two guns in shipment, #168047. All features confirmed by copy of factory letter. The black powder era, first-generation single action shows approximately 80%-90% original bright blue on barrel, thinning on the left front and muzzle with some light erosion and pinprick pitting starting at the front two inches of the barrel, the rest remaining bright and very inky blue with sharp barrel address and approximately 80%-90% thinning original blue on ejector-rod housing. The cylinder shows 75%-85% bright original blue thinning at its edges and high points with an index line between the cylinder stops. The frame shows 75%-85% original case hardening with some very strong rainbow hues, some drifting to patina and normal aging but generally very good+ to near fine overall. The back strap and trigger guard show 50%-70% thinning original bright blue. The hammer shows 75%-85% strong original case hardening with nice rainbow hues. The grips are very good+ and fit impeccably. The front sight is its full original height. The markings are sharp, action is tight and bore is very good+. An exceptional black powder single action shipped west and over 100 years old. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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LJH-16 TACKED RIF

Lot #87 (Sale Order 87 of 352)

LOT 87 Double barrel percussion combination rifle-shotgun signed Bixler and Iddinings. Lafayette, Ind., with Stembridge Gun Rental markings. The gun measures approximately 53-1/2” overall with 38” barrel groove. The left barrel is approximately .50 cal rifle; the right barrel is 10-gauge. The gun is mounted with a large buckhorn rear sight and a standard blade front sight. The stock is tacked with large brass and steel tacks and wrapped at its grip. The condition is good with many storage marks and scratches on the barrel and some dings and mars on the stock but generally good overall. The trigger guard is an old replacement and some small screws are replaced. The butt shows an inventory #67 and there is a #665 stamped on the rib. The rear sight has been moved back approximately 1-1/2” during period of use. An old ‘of the period’ ramrod is included. This gun is identifiable in many scenes of Cecil B. DeMilles Classic Movie “Northwest Mounted Police” by Paramount Studios. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BZ-3 1886 WIN 40-82

Lot #88 (Sale Order 88 of 352)

LOT 88 Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, 40-82 cal., blue and case hardened finish, factory 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial #64005. The rifle remains in very good+ to near fine original condition showing approximately 80%-90% original blue on barrel, evenly drifting and toning with some lightening at the edges of the octagon. The barrel address is sharp and crisp as are the caliber markings. The magazine tube shows 30%-50% original blue turning brown. The action shows approximately 60%-70% original case hardening drifting to a silvery patina with some good areas of rainbow colors showing strong mostly on the left side and rear right of frame. The bolt shows 90%-95% bright blue. The hammer shows 80%-90% original case hardening. The lever shows 20%-30% case hardening. The buttplate shows traces of case hardening drifting to a silvery gray patina. The stocks are good to very good with a slight burl wood grain, some even handling and wear to the forend and about 50%-60% original varnish, some minor dings, mars and scratches but stocks are at least very good+ overall and fit the metal impeccably. The action is crisp; the bore is fine to near excellent; the markings are sharp. A very nice ’86 rifle. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.

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9BE-20 18 SHOT MARIETTE BREUETTE #23

Lot #89 (Sale Order 89 of 352)

LOT 89 A Mariette brevete 18 shot, 8 mm cal., DA underhammer pepperbox pistol showing “A.F.” and “ELG” proofs. The pistol measures 9” overall with 3 1/2” barrel cluster which measures over 2 1/4” across widest part. The pistol is fitted with select rosewood grips and shows high quality scroll engraving in typical European motif. The pepperbox shows a satin grey or coin finish with just some light to moderate scattered erosion, some slight to moderate pitting, darkening and normal age. The grips are very good+ with some slight scratches and generally very good overall with crisp action and unusual safety lock which covers the hammer. A very rare multi-shot pepperbox. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.

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8LW-40 REM MOD 58

Lot #90 (Sale Order 90 of 352)

LOT 90 Remington New Model 1858 .44 cal. percussion U.S.-issue Civil War-era revolver, blue finish, cartouched wood grips, #91679. The revolver retains approximately 75%-85% bright original blue drifting on the cylinder and edges. Areas where finish has lifted are going to a light brown patina. There are some minor scratches and some losses at gripping areas but generally good edges and good metal surfaces with a sharp barrel address. The front sight is original. The hammer shows 50%-70% original case hardening. The grips are good to very good with a couple of small losses at the toe where it meets the frame, but good cartouche on left grip, which is 75% visible. The action is tight; the bore near excellent. The revolver shows a full complement of military inspections. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.

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9BE-56 DUMONTHIER #128

Lot #91 (Sale Order 91 of 352)

LOT 91 Ornate Dumonthier double-barrel knife pistol often called a French boarding pistol; 12-3/4” overall with two 3-5/16” barrels of approximately .36 caliber mounted on each side of blade; the knife pistol is finely and fully etched on barrels and blade and shows original gold gilding of which approximately 80-90% remains; some slight erosion and pinprick pitting where the gilding has lifted; the grips are cast metal that are similarly gold gilded; the original velvet-covered scabbard is retained with fancy etched and gilded mounts that are decorated en suite; the knife pistol show Dumonthier and Devisne markings; an exceptional pistol that is beautifully ornamented and considered the best of this type. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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8LW-33 1860 ARMY #5662

Lot #92 (Sale Order 92 of 352)

LOT 92 Colt Model 1860 Army revolver, U.S. Martial-issued, .44 cal. percussion, blue and case hardened finish, cartouched wood grips, #56662. The barrel shows approximately 20%-40% original blue drifting to brown with some scattered erosion and light surface pitting, some minor dings and mars particularly around the ledge area. The barrel address is sharp and crisp. The cylinder shows approximately 75%-85% cylinder seen with engagement dates at edge of cylinder fully visible. The frame shows 40%-60% case hardening drifting to a smoky brown patina. The hammer shows a like amount of case hardening to the frame and lever with some areas of rainbow colors still showing within the patina. The grips are good to very good with some dings, mars and small losses but generally good to very good overall. The left grip shows an OWA cartouche. The right grip shows a cartouche with two fancy letters that are not quite visible but cartouche is about 85% intact. The back strap shows 20%-40% original blue. The trigger guard shows an even patina with a couple of minor nicks. The action is tight. The interior is very good+ to near fine. All matching visible serial numbers. The front sight has been slightly trimmed during period of use. A very nice Martial Army that has seen just slight carry and wear but still retains a lot of original finish. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.

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8MW-44 WIN 62A #396978

Lot #93 (Sale Order 93 of 352)

LOT 93 Winchester Model 62A pump action repeating rifle in fine to excellent condition, mounted with a Lyman type tang sight, serial #396978. The rifle shows approximately 98%-99%+ original bright blue finish, some slight loss of operating areas only, particularly on the hammer. Near excellent overall with fine wood stocks, sharp markings. The rifle is fitted with a folding rear sight in the original factory dovetail and a white dot front sight in the front dovetail, which are probably dealer additions. The action is crisp; the bore is excellent. The rifle shows just a slight amount of handling and very little to no use. Est.: $700-$1,400.

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9BE-39 PINFIRE

Lot #94 (Sale Order 94 of 352)

LOT 94 A massive German pin fire revolver with large folding blade approximately 15-mm or nearly .60 caliber; 12” overall with 6” and nearly 1/2” barrel; no makers name but German proofed; this massive empire revolver shows a solid top strap and very sound construction with nicely engraved and gold and silver inlay into metal; the revolver remains in fair to good condition, showing a light gray-brown patina finish with scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting; the grips are a darkened hardwood, possibly ebony; the dagger or blade measures approximately 6” and is mounted on a spring which is released by a trigger when action is operated; a very formidable and large caliber weapon of six massive pin fire shots with automatically released blade when trigger is first operated providing its owner with immediate defenses; an impressive and rare pin fire revolver. “Man at Arms”, January 1978, page 23 where this pistol is featured. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.

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8LW-71 HENRY RIF

Lot #95 (Sale Order 95 of 352)

LOT 95 1860 Henry rifle, .44 rimfire cal., second model, serial #5358, in good original untouched condition showing a pleasing brown patina finish on barrel with faint traces of original blue mixed in the patina, some light to moderate scattered erosion and pinprick pitting with some slightly heavier pitting down towards the front of the muzzle. The edges are fairly crisp; the barrel address is sharp and fully legible. The original rear sight is retained. The frame is completely uncleaned in a medium –to-dark honey patina. The hammer and lever are also in a good patina, and the hammer shows traces of case hardening mixed in its darkened patina. The buttstock is good and somewhat dark from oil and exposure. There is a stress crack on the left wrist that is minor, some losses in the corners, a couple of scrapes, dings and mars consistent with storage and use but generally good overall. The buttplate shows a matching patina to the frame. An original cleaning rod is retained in the stock. All original small parts and major components match. The action is good; the bore is fair to good. An interesting Henry rifle that was in a local collection in Orange for its entire life through three generations until Jerry Meacham, a well-known local collector, purchased it and now consigned from his Estate. Est.: $17,000-$22,000.

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8LW-29 REM 41 SILVER GRIPS #169

Lot #96 (Sale Order 96 of 352)

LOT 96 Remington Over/Under derringer, one line Remington address, long address with thick typeface/letters, Ilion, New York, cramped 48 mm long, refer to “Remington’s Double Derringer” by Douglas S. Drummond, Rudolph H. Johnson, M.D., Elias J. Williams Jr., and James W. Barnard, page 112. The derringer remains in fine to excellent original condition showing approximately 75%-85% original bright blue that is flaking at the edges and areas where bright has gone to a light brown patina. The metal surfaces are sharp and crisp with some minor scratches and just beginning minor aging. The pistol is fitted with beautiful, antique hand-engraved silver grips. The small parts, screws and springs show bright robin’s egg blue finish. The hinge is cracked. The interior is fine to excellent with excellent bores. A very attractive derringer with a great pair of grips. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.

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9CI-1 GOLD PLATED EURO REV

Lot #97 (Sale Order 97 of 352)

LOT 97 Unidentified European double action revolver of presentation grade showing deluxe gold finish, fancy gutta-percha grips encased in a fine leather and velvet-lined fitted case with rosewood exterior. The revolver measures approximately 10-1/4” overall with 4-3/4” barrel. The revolver shows a spring release mounted on left side of frame with automatic Webley-type ejection system and is chambered for approximately 7.62 cal. or nearly .38 bore. The revolver is completely unmarked and only serial numbered #1 beneath the barrel, and is very good to near fine condition showing 92%-95% original ‘to the period’ gold gilt just slightly drifting at the muzzle and grip strap with bright blue small parts and springs. The fancy gutta-percha grips show floral grape vines with rampaging lion. The interior of the case is unusually recessed and fitted to this revolver with a purple velveteen lining and a leather outer lining to the interior of the case, which is a very unusual method. The case is drilled for nine rounds — interesting that it is a six-shot revolver, 1-1/2 loads, and shows a recess for a cleaning rod, which is retained. The exterior of the case, which is a veneered rose wood, is good to very good with some small chips, dings, mars and possible old refinishing with a #1 inlaid in ivory on top of the case. Also, the revolver shows some interior parts with the same serial #1. A very interesting European revolver that should bear fruitful research. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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8MW-30 WIN 1894 #840092

Lot #98 (Sale Order 98 of 352)

LOT 98 Winchester Model 1894 Special Order saddle ring carbine, 20” barrel, .32 Winchester Special cal., button magazine showing Lyman receiver sight, factory swivel eyelets with factory style sling hooks, shotgun buttplate, serial #840092. The carbine remains in very good+ to near fine original condition with 95%-98% original blue on barrel with just some slight drifting and lightening at the edges. The frame shows 75%-85% original blue with some drifting on the left side beneath the sight, some losses at the edges but still very bright and colorful where blue remains. The stocks are very good+ showing some minor scratches, storage marks, handling and general use. The bands and small parts retain most of the original blue finish. The markings are sharp, the action crisp, the bore is excellent. An interesting ’94 with a combination of features. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9MW-32 WIN 1894 #970074

Lot #99 (Sale Order 99 of 352)

LOT 99 Winchester Model 1894 saddle ring carbine, .32 Winchester Special cal., serial #970074. The carbine remains in fine to near excellent original condition, showing approximately 96%-98% original blue on barrel and magazine tube, some scratches and lightening around the edges but generally near excellent overall. The frame shows 92%-95% of the original blue, a couple of marks from saddle rings, some slight losses of finish at the edges and just beginning normal age. The stocks are fine to near excellent, and still fuzzy with just some minor storage and handling marks. The hammer and lever show 40%-60% dulling original case hardening. The buttplate shows 60% thinning original blue. The carbine retains its original rear sight, bands, and small parts. The action is tight and the interior shows little to no use. An outstanding saddle ring carbine. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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8MW-36 WIN 90 1ST MOD #4226

Lot #100 (Sale Order 100 of 352)

LOT 100 Winchester Model 1890 Special Order pump action rifle, .22 WRF cal., blue and case hardened finish, serial #4226. The barrel shows approximately 85%-95% original blue with some slight thinning on the edge, some minor scratches, just beginning erosion and starting pinprick pitting. The frame shows 95%-98% bright, fiery original Winchester case hardening with beautiful rainbow hues. Both the trigger guard and hammer show case hardening as does the buttplate. The stocks are fine to near excellent; the forend shows just a couple of minor bruises. The buttstock is near excellent with some minor scratching and handling marks, and approximately 95% original varnish. The markings are sharp, the edges are crisp, the bolt retains 97%-99% original blue. The bore is excellent. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.

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8LL-23/39

Lot #101 (Sale Order 101 of 352)

LOT 101 Lot of three boxes of Spencer cartridges. Box #142 metallic cartridges for Spencer’s rifle for Joslyn carbine by C.D. Leet & Co., Springfield, Mass., Smith & Wesson’s patent April 17, 1860, on end label, exterior box fine to near excellent containing original cartridge packs in interior. Box #2 is a Frankfort Arsenal Pack 1870 for Spencer carbine, unopened, blue label, fine to near excellent. Box #3 containing Spencer rounds, unopened, was originally in a larger package, near fine. Est.: $350-$700.

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8MW-54 COLT #32976

Lot #102 (Sale Order 102 of 352)

LOT 102 Colt Lightning magazine-fed repeating pump action rifle, 32-20 cal., 26” round barrel, full magazine, standard wood stocks with checkered forend, #32976. Manufactured about 1888. This fine Colt rifle shows 97%-99% bright original blue finish, some minor storage scratches with some lightening at the edges with almost no use. The stocks are fine to excellent; the bore on checkering is razor sharp with just some slight handling and minor storage. The buttplate shows 50%-60% drifting blue finish. The hammer shows 90%-95% case hardening, toning very slightly. The action is tight and the interior is excellent. Originally in the McCroskie Collection until obtained by Severen Pedersen. $5,000-$7,000.

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8MW-55 COLT #33798

Lot #103 (Sale Order 103 of 352)

LOT 103 Colt Lightning magazine-fed pump action repeating rifle, 44-40 cal., factory 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial #33798. Manufactured about 1889. The barrel and magazine tube show 95%-98% original blue, just starting to age and tone slightly, some minor storage scratches and a few handling marks. The frame shows 95%-98% bright original blue with some slight scratches, beginning age and about 90%-95% case hardening on hammer. The forend shows sharp original checkering and is very good+ to near fine. The varnished stock is also very good+ to near fine with a just a couple of slight handling marks. The buttplate shows an old darkened, probably factory original silver-plated finish, which has turned almost black. The markings are sharp, the action tight and the bore very good+ and it looks as if would clean to excellent. An outstanding Lightning rifle. Est.: $5,000-$8,000.

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9AX-10 WIN MOD 21 SXS 20 GA DUCKS UNLIM #W32280

Lot #104 (Sale Order 104 of 352)

LOT 104 Winchester Model 21 factory custom 20-gauge shotgun manufactured by order of Anheuser Busch Co. and entitled Anheuser Gun of the Year, 1989-1990 Commemorative Edition showing one of the most elaborate engraving designs ever completed by the Winchester Custom Metal Shop in conjunction with Angelo Bee, the engraver. A copy of a letter from B. W. Pardee, manager of Winchester Model 21 Custom Shop, documents that #W32280, 20-gauge, 28-3/4” barrels, non-automatic safe, modified and full choke, rib engraved, custom-built Winchester, combination French gray-rust blue finish, stock and forend full fancy American walnut, hand-rubbed oil finish, leather covered recoil pad, pull 14” comb, 1-1/2” steel, pitch 1-1/2”. Carving is 22 line custom point pattern checkering. The engraver was Angelo Bee on contract for the Winchester Factory. The engraving is in full coverage German black scroll, 24-karat yellow-and-white gold inlays with filigree pierced work to trigger guard, five vignettes, 12 24-karat gold inlays, four 24-karat inlays, various 24-karat gold line and scroll. The receiver shows G.B.L. scroll, serial number and barrel selective indicators in 24-karat gold. Right side marked D.U. for Ducks Unlimited with gold ducks, vignettes, and the words Ducks Unlimited. Left side shows 24-karat State of California bear, the state flower and 24-karat gold ducks. The bottom of the receiver shows 24-karat gold Anheuser Busch insignia and a horse-drawn Anheuser Busch wagon with verbiage Anheuser Busch Inc. The top lever is filigreed, pierced with Ducks Unlimited head in the figure. The guard bow is inlaid with 24-karat duck in flight and is finely pierced showing Ducks Unlimited insignia and scroll. The pistol grip cap shows the verbiage California commemorative. The barrels are scroll and gold inlaid with ducks in flight. The gun is cased in custom leather over oak by Marvin Huey of Kansas City, Mo. The case is very finely made in leather with royal blue Ultra suede lining wit

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8MW-57 COLT BABY CARB #57741

Lot #105 (Sale Order 105 of 352)

LOT 105 Colt Lightning magazine-fed pump action repeating saddle ring carbine, 32-20 cal., 20” round barrel, full magazine, checkered forearm, serial #57741. Manufactured about 1895. Showing British proofs. The carbine remains in fine to near excellent condition showing approximately 95%-98% original blue overall, some lightening at the edges of the frame and front band, some minor scratches, some slight drifting and just beginning normal age. The forend shows razor sharp checkering. The buttstock is very good+ to near fine and still has a raised grain with some minor storage type marks and a few slight scratches. The hammer shows 85%-95% case hardening; the correct carbine rear site and small parts are all retained. The butt plate shows 90%-95% original blue. The bolt is beautifully hand engraved with Cogswell & Harrison dealer address. The action is crisp, the bore is excellent. Lightning carbines are difficult to attain in 32-20 cal. and fewer are ever found in this fine condition. Est.: $5,500-$8,500.

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8MW-58 COLT BABY CARB #67716

Lot #106 (Sale Order 106 of 352)

LOT 106 Colt Lightning magazine repeating pump action carbine, 44-40 cal., lightweight or baby model, blue finish, checkered forearm, serial #67716. Showing British proof marks. The carbine remains in very good+ to very near fine original condition showing 80%-90% bright blue original finish with most of the loss of the finish occurring at the front left side of the muzzle and magazine tube and at the edges of the frame. The carbine shows some slight scratches and storage marks but is generally near excellent overall with very bright, vivid blue. The checkered forearm is very good+ showing some slight wear at the edges and checkering. The buttstock is also very good+ with some storage and handling marks from normal use. The buttplate shows 30%-40% original blue. The hammer shows 50%-60% case hardening. The bolt cover shows 75%-85% original bright blue. The small parts and screws show most of their bright robin’s egg blue finish. There are some slight marks on the frame from the saddle ring. The correct carbine bands and sights are retained. The action is tight; the bore is very good but shows some use. Est.: $5,500-$8,500.

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8MW-71 HOLSTER & BELT

Lot #107 (Sale Order 107 of 352)

LOT 107 Early western frontier holster and period-associated cartridge belt/money belt. The holster is stamped W. B. Ten Eyck, Billings, M. T. (for Montana Territory). The holster is a single loop western style for a 4-3/4” single action in brown russet leather and remains in good to very condition showing some minor tearing, slight scuffing at its edges, minor cracking, slight carry and use. With the holster is 3” to almost 3-3/4” wide cartridge belt/money belt that is marked 45 on the tab, showing a harness type buckle and well matched to condition and age, and probably the original carried with this holster. The belt measures almost 41”. The waist size is approximately 38”-39”. The cartridge belt/money belt is in good condition showing some slight fraying, fading and the stitching still mostly intact. The buckle is a harness type and is the original, shows nickel-plated over brass. The belt retains its original tab with a couple of extra holes punched when the owner gained a little weight and the general condition is good. W. B. Ten Eyck was one of early premiere Montana saddle and holster makers, and his products are very sought after by collectors. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8MW-93 COLT #356949

Lot #108 (Sale Order 108 of 352)

LOT 108 Colt SingleAction Army revolver, .38 special cal., 5-1/2” barrel, finely scroll engraved and gold inlaid with case hardened frame, ivory grips, back strap inscribed John S. Dumont, serial #356949. Included is a letter from Severen ‘Pete’ Pedersen to Alvin White about this single action where Mr. White, who answered the letter, confirmed that he engraved this revolver (lot 108) on March 3, 1951, for legendary collector John S. Dumont. The pistol is in fine to excellent ‘as restored’ condition. The frame shows 75%-85% original case hardening and was left untouched at time of engraving. The top of the barrel shows a well-executed and deeply chiseled buffalo head. There is a trail skull just behind the hammer. The balance of the engraved parts is deep scroll engraved by the hand of Alvin White and the engraving is masterfully cut. A very tasteful, beautifully decorated Colt single action belonging to one of America’s foremost old-time Colt collectors. See R. L. Wilson, a note with the gun refers to Wilson’s book on page 258. Action is crisp; the bore is excellent. The condition is excellent as restored. Est.: $5,000-$9,000.

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8MW-84 SA #354346

Lot #109 (Sale Order 109 of 352)

LOT 109 Colt Single Action Army revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, extra high and thick factory front sight, offset hammer, checkered medallion Roper type grips, serial #354346. Factory letter confirms caliber, barrel length, finish, stocks not listed, and shipped to Stambaugh-Thompson Hardware Co., Youngstown, Ohio, on Nov. 25, 1931, and one gun in shipment. Under remarks: Records to not indicate special front sight or special target hammer on this gun when originally shipped from the factory. The barrel shows approximately 98%-99%+ original blue finish. The ejector-rod housing also shows 97%-99% original bright blue with just some slight loss at its edge. The cylinder shows 97%-99% original blue with some slight losses at the edges and a minor index line between the cylinder stops. The frame shows 90%-95% case hardening with some slight loss at the center of the recoil shield on left side but generally case hardening is vivid and just some slight normal aging. The back strap and trigger guard show 98%+ original blue. The front sight, in my opinion, is absolutely factory and is a good thicker and a different shape than is normally found. The hammer is very similar to those favored by Ed McGivern and is checkered and offset, and appears to have always been with this revolver. The grips are Colt products and show the Colt medallions and are a close fit but are not quite exact and may have been dealer added. Ed McGivern was known to use Colt single actions with special sights and offset hammers and he also preferred Roper grips. In this cataloguer’s 30-year career in cataloging firearms, we have viewed at least two similar Single Actions that have provenance as belonging to McGivern, which had similar features. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8MW-17 WIN 1873 #571089B

Lot #110 (Sale Order 110 of 352)

LOT 110 Winchester Model 1873 lever action musket, 44-40 cal. with all configurations as standard on this model, #571089B, with original bayonet. Manufactured about 1903.The rifle remains in fine to excellent original condition, retaining 98%-99%+ original blue, some slight scratches and wear at the edges from being carried and crated. The barrel bands show 95%-98% blue. The hammer and lever show 80%-90% case hardening just starting to darken slightly. The buttplate shows 80%-90% case hardening, also. The stocks are near fine and would be fine other than a couple of box dents and one gouge in the butt stock. The action is crisp; the interior is fine to excellent. Est.: $4,000-$6,000.

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8MW-41 WIN 90 #65398

Lot #111 (Sale Order 111 of 352)

LOT 111 Winchester Model 1890 pump action repeating rifle, .22 short cal. octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, standard stocks, Lyman tang sight, with factory letter confirming received in the warehouse on Feb. 18, 1899, and shipped from the warehouse on Feb. 18,1899, with one other arm to order #22402. The rifle remains in fine to excellent original condition, showing approximately 96%-98% original blue on barrel and magazine tube, some slight lightening at the edges of the octagon. The frame shows 95%-98% original case hardening on left, approximately 85%-95% case hardening on right, some slight erosion beginning mostly on the right side and normal aging. The left side shows a vibrant, colorful case hardened colors with iridescent, rainbow hues. The forend is fine to near excellent with some slight handling. The buttstock is also near excellent with approximately 95%+ original varnish, some slight ageing and minor storage type marks. The buttplate shows a strong 75%-85% case hardening, starting to drift in tone. The rear sight has drifted to traces of finish. The rifle is mounted with a Lyman type tang sight of the period. The action is crisp, the interior is fine to excellent. Case hardened ‘90s are difficult to find in .22 short cal. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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8MW-89 COLT #106076 RESTORED

Lot #112 (Sale Order 112 of 352)

LOT 112 Colt Single Action Army revolver, 44-40 cal, 7-1/2” etched barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber Eagle grips, with period holster and belt, #106076. With notarized statement signed by Richard D. Taylor that identifies this as a Colt Single action Army revolver, #106076, as belonging to Michael Spangler, sheriff of Arapahoe County, Colo., from 1879 to 1883. At the time, the city of Denver was the county seat for Arapahoe County. The affidavit further states that this revolver was given to Dr. Hugh L. Taylor, then to the father of Richard Taylor who left the gun and cartridge belt to him. The holster is a triple loop early single action holster stamped J. P. Lower beneath the tip of the holster, which remains in good to very good condition with a nice original color, some slight cracking, normal aging and generally good overall. The associated period cartridge belt is unmarked but fitted for .44 cal. loops and probably the original used with the holster, and is also in good condition. The single action remains in very good+ to fine original condition showing approximately 90%-95%original blue on barrel starting to drift at the muzzle and slightly toning but still very bright with etched panel about 90%-95%visible. The ejector-rod housing shows 80%-90% blue thinning at the edge with just some minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting at its end. The frame shows 80%-90% case hardening, dulling and drifting slightly but still very colorful with rainbow hues scattered over the entire area of the frame just muting slightly. The cylinder shows70%-80% original blue still very bright in the flutes with drifting and pitting on the edges with a slight index line between the cylinder stocks. The back strap and trigger guard show 30%-40% original blue drifting at the gripping and handling areas. The hard rubber Eagle grips are very good+ to near fine and are very sharp with E pluribus Unum still visible in the banner. The small parts and screws show br

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9BE-2 JARRE 10 SHOT

Lot #113 (Sale Order 113 of 352)

LOT 113 A Jarre 10 shot, 9 mm cal., DA pinfire harmonica pistol, #489 in very good overall condition. The pistol shows its original bright or satin pistol with just some slight erosion, pin prick pitting and normal aging. The grips are very good with some slight scratches, minor mars and storage marks. The action is crisp and working, the metal surfaces at least very good. Refer Gun Report Magazine for article entitled “Jarre’s Unusual Harmonicas” p. 21, August 2005 where this exact pistol is pictured in an article by Chuck Grimes. Est.: $5,000-$10,000.

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9BE-3 JARRE #8

Lot #114 (Sale Order 114 of 352)

LOT 114 Jarre 10-shot harmonica pistol with folding barrel group; approximately .32 caliber pin fire; serial #8; the harmonica pistol remains in very good plus to near fine original condition with 50-70% original blue on barrel group drifting to a light brown patina finish at the edges; the frame shows traces of original finish drifted to a natural patina; the checkered hardwood, probably ebony grips, are very good plus with only minor wear and handling; the original screw in extractor rod is retained in the top of the frame; the edges are sharp; the markings are crisp and generally good plus overall and block shows Jarre marking side of barrel group; this exact harmonic pistol is pictured in an article by Charles Chuck Grimes for Gun Report Magazine entitled Jarre’s Unusual Harmonicas, page 21, issued August 2005. Est.: $7,000-$12,000.

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9BE-4 JARRE #208

Lot #115 (Sale Order 115 of 352)

Lot 115 A Jarre 6 shot, .32 pinfire cal., DA harmonica pistol, engraved, blue and satin finish, ebony grips, #208. The pistol remains in very good to near fine original condition with 75%-85% original blue on barrel group showing some slight toning, minor erosion and pin prick pitting. The frame and small parts show satin grey or coin finish with just some minor erosion and pin prick pitting just starting. The ebony grips are very good+ with a couple of small age cracks at the escutcheon, but generally very good+ overall. The original extractor is retained, the action is working, the markings crisp. Refer to Gun Report Magazine entitled, “Jarre’s Unusual Harmonicas”, p. 21, August 2005 where this exact pistol is pictured in an article by Chuck Grimes. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.

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9BE-98 FISTICUFF #17

Lot #116 (Sale Order 116 of 352)

LOT 116 A rare Fisticuff 5 shot iron frame knuckleduster copy, #17; one of two known, European proofed on left side of frame with a star over D. The .22 caliber copy closely resembles the Reid excepting a removable side plate and the portrait of the knuckle gun in hand with the Fisticuff legend on rear of frame; otherwise devoid of markings other than checkering on back strap. The pistol is finished in the white or satin grey and just shows some slight discoloration and beginning aging and is near fine overall. An extremely rare oddity and the best specimen of two known. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BZ-1 SHRAPS 1877 #160231

Lot #117 (Sale Order 117 of 352)

LOT 117 Sharps Model 1877 rifle, serial #16231, listed in order book as No. 7 long-range rifle “Overbaugh” Model and was invoiced along with 14 other identical Sharps on March 1, 1879, as at the Bridgeport factory to Homer Fisher, gun dealer and Sharps agent of New York City. At this time, no further description was entered nor were the price and discount. The ultimate customer remains unnamed. The letter continues to describe the Overbaugh Model 1877 long-range rifles and a copy of the bill to Overbaugh & Co. is also included. The rifle shows a factory 34” barrel with select checkered wood factory stocks, milled trigger, long-range front and rear sights. Caliber needs to be researched. The barrel shows approximately 90%-95% original blue just starting to tone and drift to patina, some minor marks in handling but generally crisp and near fine overall with clear markings Old & Reliable Sharps Rifle Co. The frame and action show 50%-70% case hardened colors starting to drift to silver but still areas of light colors showing. The wood stocks are very good+ showing a couple of scratches and marks but still sharp checkering with a nice burl wood grain. The rear sight is original to the period. It is not numbered, but is the correct type and shows original bright blue on the screws and remains in very good condition along with a correct ‘to the period’ spirit level and windage adjustable front sight, which is also in very good condition and fits in the original barrel dovetail and appears correct to this rifle. The action is tight; the bore is excellent. A very, rare and desirable Model 1877 rifle that shows sought-after features. Est.: $12,500-$25,000.

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9BE-66 MARSTON 3 BARREL #1

Lot #118 (Sale Order 118 of 352)

LOT 118 A rare Marston three-barrel percussion pistol, serial #1, featured in article by L.D. (Doug) Eberhart in Bulletin #30, Fall of 1974 of the American Society of Arms Collectors, page 36. This rare Marston remains in good to very good original condition showing a light gray patina finish, some minor pinprick pitting and erosion just starting; very good original grips and markings visible but slightly light on right side of barrel group; a key American oddity and extremely desirable being serial #1. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-67 HENRY HARR VOLLEY PIST

Lot #119 (Sale Order 119 of 352)

LOT 119 Rare American seven-shot volley pistol by Henry Harrington, approximately .30 caliber, 10-1/2” overall with 5-1/4” barrel group; nine sided and faceted iron frame with deluxe burl grip with pearl cap; left side of frame is marked Henry Harrington patent 1837 and Southbridge, Mass. This very rare American volley pistol is one of only approximately seven known and is loaded by a removable breach block which contains seven chambers; the pistol remains in very good to near fine condition with most of its original blue finish on frame and hammer just drifting to original brown; the grips are very good plus with some slight handling and minor storage marks, small losses at the edges but generally crisp overall; the iron barrels are covered by a German silver-type sleeve which shows just some normal patina and slight scratches; The pistol measures 10-1/4” overall and extra breach block is included; one of the rarest of all multi-shot oddity pistols of which only approximately six specimens are known. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.

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9BE-60 DUTCH WHEELOCK

Lot #120 (Sale Order 120 of 352)

LOT 120 An exceptional pearl, horn and silver wire inlaid Wheelock pistol, probably of Dutch origin circa 1650 to 1670, with silver mounts measuring approx. 25" overall. The Wheelock remains in original very good to near fine condition with some just beginning age to metal surfaces with slight museum-type cleaning and polishing. The inlays are original to the period and 97%-99% intact; just a couple of small losses at the corners but generally exceptional and crisp overall with near fine original wood stock. The interior of the lock is complete; the original ramrod is retained and the pistol shows silver ramrod thimbles which indicate Dutch origin. An ornately and beautifully decorated Wheelock which was obtained by noted collector Charles “Chuck” Grimes from a neighbor in the 1950’s. Est.: 15,000-$30,000.

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8LL-7 44 CAL WAD CUTTER BOX

Lot #121 (Sale Order 121 of 352)

LOT 121 Full unopened box of cartridges, .44 cal. Wad Cutter, mid-range, Smith & Wesson Special by Peters, very good+ to near fine condition. Special sales sticker on side noting the original price of 69-cents. Est.: $100-$200.

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8MW-28 WIN 1894 #214863

Lot #122 (Sale Order 122 of 352)

LOT 122 Winchester Model 1894 rifle, 30-30 cal., 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, Lyman type tang sight, beech type folding front sight, serial #214863. Rifle remains in fine to near excellent original condition showing 97%-99% original blue finish, some lightening at the ends of the frame and barrel but generally near excellent overall. The hammer and lever show 90%-95% case hardening, just starting to dull slightly. The stocks are fine to near excellent with some minor storage marks and scratches. The buttplate shows 70%-80% dull point original case hardening. There is a plug in the rear barrel dovetail. The markings are sharp, action is tight, and bore is near excellent. The rifle shows little to no use. Est.: $3,000-$5,000.

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8MW-26 WIN 1894 #5915

Lot #123 (Sale Order 123 of 352)

LOT 123 Winchester 1894 lever action rifle, early production series, 38-55 cal., 26” full octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial #5915. Manufactured 1894-1895. The barrel and magazine tube show 90%-95% original blue finish, just slightly thinning at the edges, and some slight drifting to the patina, sharp barrel address with approximately 92%-95% bright original blue on frame with some drifting on the top and edges but generally near excellent overall with some slight scratches and normal ageing. The forend cap shows 85%-90% original blue with some drifting. The varnished wood stocks are fine to near excellent with some minor storage marks and slight scratches. The buttplate shows 30%-50% case hardening, drifting to a mottled silver gray patina. The hammer and lever show 60%-70% toning original case hardening with some areas of rainbow colors still strong. The loading gate shows 95% bright original blue. The bolt shows 95%-98%original blue. The small parts and screws show most of their original finish. The action is tight; the bore excellent. It is difficult to obtain these early production ‘94s in this high condition. Est.: $2,500-$5,000

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8MW-12 WIN 1873 44 CAL #108248A

Lot #124 (Sale Order 124 of 352)

LOT 124 Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, 44-40 cal., 24” round barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, Lyman type tang sight, #108248A. All features confirmed by a factory letter. Received in the warehouse Dec. 20, 1882; shipped from the warehouse Dec. 22, 1882, to order #1712. The rifle remains in very good+ to near fine original condition showing 85%-95% original blue, some light erosion and pinprick pitting just starting mostly on the left side of the frame, some minor scratches and miniscule pinprick pitting just starting. The forend cap shows 95% bright blue with a couple scratches. The hammer and lever show 50%-70%original case hardening starting to tone. The buttplate shows 30%-50% case hardening toning to brown. The stocks are near fine with 80%-90% original varnish and some minor handling marks and scratches but generally crisp overall. The loading gate shows 90% original blue. The dust cover shows 75% mottle blue with some slight erosion. The action is crisp; the bore is near excellent. Est.: $3,500-$5,500.

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9CG-1 PAIR OF LE PAGE MOUSE PIST

Lot #125 (Sale Order 125 of 352)

LOT 125 Only known cased pair of Mouse pistols by Lepage of Paris, Delvigne patent, blue finish, gold inlaid in their original French-style deluxe fitted case with accessories. These very desirable oddity pistols are single-shot percussion approximately .32 cal. rifle. The trigger serves as cocking mechanism with beautifully ornamented metal surfaces showing mouse and tail. The barrels are nicely hand engraved and gold inlaid with invention Delvigne. The hard rubber grips and body of pistols are marked Lepage of Paris on right and Seuls Depositaires on left. The pistols remain in fine to excellent condition showing 85%-95% original bright blue on barrel with pristine metal and near perfect hard rubber grips. The original extractors are retained in the butt of each pistol and the pistols are contained within their original French-fitted case lined in red velveteen with deluxe hallmarked silver-colored flask by Dixon and European scissor-type molds. The lid of the box shows Lepage-Frères of Paris embossed into lid. The lining is in very good condition showing some slight fading and fraying but at least very good overall. The exterior of the case is ebonized hardwood with brass inlay and the exterior of the case is very good with a few normal scratches, mars and normal aging. A great pair of oddity pistols originally in the Tom Wibberley Collection and the only pair of double-cased mouse pistols known to sophisticated collectors. Est.: $12,500-25,000.

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8IV-4 HOUSE PISTOL #25390

Lot #126 (Sale Order 126 of 352)

LOT 126 Colt New House pistol .41 cal., standard 2-1/4” barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, in fine to excellent condition, #25390. The revolver shows 92%-95% original bright blue with just some slight thinning and losses at the edges of the muzzle, some minor scratches but generally near excellent overall with fine original grips. The hammer shows its original bright blue on the back and original bright polish on the sides. The markings are sharp; the action is crisp. The interior is very good+. An exceptional House pistol normally not found with this high degree of original finish. Est.: $2,500-$4,500.

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8MW-40 WIN 90 #175415

Lot #127 (Sale Order 127 of 352)

LOT 127 Winchester Model 1890 Special Order pump action repeating rifle, .22 short cal., factory letter verifies sharp, straight plain pistol grip. Received in the warehouse Sept. 8, 1903; shipped from the warehouse Sept. 10, 1903. Returned and repaired Sept. 15, 1903, and Sept. 16, 1903. The rifle remains in fine to near excellent original condition showing 92%-96% original bright blue on barrel, magazine tube and frame with some slight losses on the edges and just beginning normal aging. The stocks are very good+ to near fine with some minor storage scratches, slight handling marks and one large scratch on the left rear of the buttstock near the buttplate. The rifle is fitted with a period Lyman tang sight, a typical Winchester type rear sight in the barrel dovetail and the standard front sight in its original dovetail. The rifle also shows the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. grip cap on the pistol grip and approximately 95%-98% colorful case hardening on the buttplate. The action is tight; the bore is near excellent. The hammer shows 75%-85% muted case hardening. A scarce variation of the Model 1890 with the long, straight plain pistol grip. Est.: $2,500-$4,500.

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9MW-37 WIN 90 #836151

Lot #128 (Sale Order 128 of 352)

LOT 128 Winchester Model 1890 rifle, .22 WRF cal. The rifle remains in excellent to near mint original condition showing 98%-99%+ original bright blue, virtually no evidence of wear, just some slight handling and minimal loss. Wood stocks are fine to excellent, also. Markings are sharp; interior shows slight operation and little to no use. An immaculate Model 1890 that is just slightly off mint. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-50 AM STAND TOOL W/ CAST BUTT #29450

Lot #129 (Sale Order 129 of 352)

LOT 129 American Standard .22 caliber, seven-shot revolver, nickel plated, pearl grips with elaborate cast metal grip cap showing lion’s head, serial #29450; the revolver shows approximately 90-95% bright original nickel finish with some minor losses, slight scratching, normal aging, approximately 90-95% original cylinder scene, some scratches on the ejector, minor losses of finish at high points and edges and some slight scratching but generally crisp overall; the pearl grips are very good plus showing one or two small chips; the cast metal grip cap is very good plus to nearly fine showing 95% of its rich original gold gilt. These elaborate revolvers were inspired by Tiffany & Wexell & De Gress and only a few specimens are known. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-51 AM STAND IVORY CAST BUTT #30108

Lot #130 (Sale Order 130 of 352)

LOT 130 An American Standard .22 cal. 7 shot revolver, finely engraved, nickel and gold plated, ivory grips, #30108. The revolver shows 90%-95% original nickel finish, evenly drifting and toning, mostly from the back strap and high points, some slight frosting and normal aging with just beginning areas of minimal pin prick pitting. The cylinder shows 98%-99% original rich gold gilt and original cylinder scene. The hammer shows 85%+ original case hardening; the ivory grips are very good with a deep patina. The revolver is fitted with a cast metal grip cap in the portrait of a lion in high relief which were inspired by Tiffany and is one of a few specimens known in the American Standard Model. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8MW-46 WIN 1903 #22722

Lot #131 (Sale Order 131 of 352)

LOT 131 Winchester Model 1903 .22 automatic cal. rifle, blue finish, factory deluxe checkered burl walnut stocks with Winchester pistol grip cap, #22722. The rifle retains approximately 97%-99% original bright blue finish, some slight areas of lightening at the edges. The forend cap shows 80%-90% original blue. The stocks are fine to near excellent, and show a beautiful burl wood grain and retain approximately 92%-98% of the original varnish. The checkering is sharp with some slight handling only. The breech lock and loading port show original robin’s egg blue finish. The interior is fine to excellent. There are some areas of slight loss on the left side of frame. Formerly in the McCroskie Collection of Denver and rare with checkered burl wood stocks. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-37 ANT PINFIRE CANE GUN W/ SPIKE

Lot #132 (Sale Order 132 of 352)

LOT 132 Antique six-shot revolving pistol made to be contained within cane with spike bayonet, approximately .22 caliber rim fire; frame marked “NS” on left; serial #54; the mechanism and blade show approximately 95-98% original bright nickel finish; the grip is of Cow horn and made in a curved design; the grip is good with some cracks and small losses and normal aging; the shaft of the original cane is made out of rosewood; the condition is fine to excellent overall. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.

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9BE-163 PALM PIST 12541

Lot #133 (Sale Order 133 of 352)

LOT 133 Chicago Fire Arms Company, protector palm pistol, .32 caliber, extra short rim fire; nickel plated, pearl scales, serial #12541; the palm pistol remains in fine to near excellent original condition with 98-99% plus original nickel; the pearl scales are fine to excellent with iridescent hues; the action is working; the edges are crisp; the original hard rubber grip plate is retained on the rear of the activating lever. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-161 PALM PIST

Lot #134 (Sale Order 134 of 352)

LOT 134 Chicago palm pistol, .32 caliber extra short, nickel plated with hard rubber scales; serial #11740; the palm pistol remains in original very good plus condition showing 80-90% original nickel evenly toning, slight wear at the edges and just beginning normal aging; the hard rubber scales show a slight amount of age; the action is operating and working. Est.: $1,500-$2,500.

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7FD-5 TOWER 1777

Lot #135 (Sale Order 135 of 352)

LOT 135 Period copy of Brown Bess musket marked Tower with 1777 date on rear of lock plate, British-type crown with G.R. marking, approximately 42-1/2” barrel, 58” overall, bright polish metal finish, French-type trigger guard with finger serrations, large rear sight mounted at tang, scooped cheek piece — also in the French and Belgian style — with small D star and S proof marks on right side of breech, which appear French or Belgian, also. There is a GB marking behind the frizzen. The metal surfaces are very good+ to near fine with just some oil staining, minor pitting and erosion. The stocks are very good+ to near fine and are still their light original color with just some minor storage marks, scratches, etc. The bands are secured by springs. An original ‘to the period’ ramrod is included. The buttplate is engraved 2400. A very interesting early 19th century musket and the Brown Bess was legendary throughout the world. Many European makers emulated the markings for sale in less knowledgeable areas. Est.: $900-$1,800.

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9BE-162 SHATUCK

Lot #136 (Sale Order 136 of 352)

LOT 136 A Shattuck Unique .32 RF caliber palm squeezer, nickel plated, iron frame, #5. This rare Shattuck retains approx. 90%-95%+ original nickel finish, just starting to drift at the edges, some light erosion, minor scratches and just minor aging; very good+ to near fine overall. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-159 SHATUCK

Lot #137 (Sale Order 137 of 352)

LOT 137 A Shattuck Unique .22 caliber palm pistol, nickel plated over brass, #951 in very good+ original condition showing 90%-95% original nickel, some beginning pin prick pitting, some minor losses of nickel at edges, slight scratches, a few dings, but at least very good overall. Est.: $1,500-$2,500.

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9BE-121 WESSON #738

Lot #138 (Sale Order 138 of 352)

LOT 138 A Frank Wesson .22 caliber single shot derringer, period scroll engraved, blue and silver finish, rosewood grips, #738. The pistol remains in very good condition showing 70%-80% naturally thinning blued finish on barrel; some just starting pin prick erosion and minor pitting. The frame is sharp with 50%-60% darkened silver finish. The varnished wood grips are very good with about 70%-80% varnish, slight wear to the edges, some minor nicks, mars, etc. The hammer shows considerable case hardening, the markings are sharp, the hammer screw is slightly marred. The action is good, the bore, slightly rough. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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9BE-10 DAYS PATENT TRUNCHEON GUN

Lot #139 (Sale Order 139 of 352)

LOT 139 Days Patent Percussion single-shot truncheon pistol of presentation grade; serial #13; gold gilted, finely engine turned decoration in deluxe Moroccan leather-covered, velvet-lined original case; the Days patent truncheon pistol is a well-known oddity which was originally intended for police type and paramilitary use in the 1850’s, however, this specimen is extremely elaborate and possibly unique showing a smaller than normally found 3-1/2” barrel which when attached to the body of the pistol measures 10-1/2” overall and is approximately .60 caliber; the frame area and barrel are ridged and engine turned with a gold gilted decoration of highest quality. A second barrel measuring 8-1/4” of standard length with bell mouth muzzle is also included and shows a similar engine turned and gold gilded finish. The interior of the box in very good condition with some areas of slight fraying, indentations and normal aging only; the exterior of the box shows a couple of abrasions, small scuffs and normal aging but at least very good overall; considered the best example of Days patent pistol known and the only one with this fine decoration. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.

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9BE-13 S&W IRON FRAME

Lot #140 (Sale Order 140 of 352)

LOT 140 Smith & Wesson volcanic pistol, serial #112, 8” barrel, .38 caliber volcanic cartridge in original very good condition showing approximately 30-50% original blue going to brownish gray on barrel group with some fine erosion and pinprick pitting just starting and fully visible though slightly light barrel address; good, crisp frame going to a light patina; very good rosewood grips showing a couple of minor nicks and mars and a light overcoating of varnish. Est.: $15,000-$30,000.

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7HE-12 COLT #16602 OCT BBL

Lot #141 (Sale Order 141 of 352)

LOT 141 Colt Lightning magazine-fed pump action repeating rifle, 44-40 cal., 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, early safety in trigger guard, #16602. The rifle remains in very good+ original condition showing 75%-85% original blue, some slight drifting brown, some minor losses at the edges and operating areas, some slight scratches and minor erosion pinprick pitting just starting. The markings are sharp, the edges are fairly crisp and the forend shows crisp original checkering. The buttstock is good to very good with some dings, mars and scratches from handling and use. The action is tight; the bore is very good+. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-11 GUYCOT 40 SHOT

Lot #142 (Sale Order 142 of 352)

LOT 142 A rare 40 shot Guycot chain pistol, approx. 6 mm caliber cartridge similar to the Volcanic, known as the Loron cartridge. The DA pistol is fed by a continuous chain drive mechanism which feeds the cartridges into the chamber and which is fired by an internal hammer driven by the double action operation of the trigger. The pistol measures approx. 12” overall, weighs approx. 2.49 pounds and is finished in the bright with varnished walnut grips. The metal surfaces show a natural grey patina finish with some light to moderate erosion and pin prick pitting. The stocks show a nice blonde color and most of their original finish with just some slight scratches and storage marks. The action is complete and working and is the exact picture shown on the cover of the Gun Report Magazine, June, 2007 and fully featured in an article by Charles “Chuck” Grimes entitled, “The Rare Guycot Chain Guns”. Mr. Grimes details the rarity of these oddities and lists only approx. eight known specimens. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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9BE-12 IRON FRAME VOLCANIC #4

Lot #143 (Sale Order 143 of 352)

LOT 143 Smith & Wesson, lever action volcanic pistol; .31 caliber, 9-1/2” overall; 3-1/2” round to octagon barrel; marked “Smith & Wesson, Norwich, Connecticut; patent February 14, 1854; serial #4” on frame beneath grip; the barrels show 50-60% original blue turning to plum/brown finish; some light erosion just starting; the frame shows traces of original finish drifting to a light gray patina; the edges are sharp and engraving super crisp; the varnish wood grips are fine to near excellent with just some slight marks and minor wear at the edges; the hammer shows 90-95% original case hardened colors; the markings are sharp; edges are crisp; action good; interior near excellent; there are some slight dings at the front of the frame and on the barrel; one of the better iron framed Volcanics known among collectors. Est.: $20,000-$40,000.

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9BE-119 MARSTON ENG

Lot #144 (Sale Order 144 of 352)

LOT 144 Marston .32 caliber three shot cartridge derringer, .32 RF caliber, finely New York engraved in Nimschke style, blue and silver plated, varnished rosewood grips, #2956. The pistol remains in fine to excellent original condition showing 80%-90% bright original blue on barrel, some drifting at the edges, some erosion and pin prick pitting just starting. The frame shows 75%-85% original silver, thinning at the high points with very good varnished wood grips showing at least 80% varnish, some minor nicks, mars, scratches, etc. The hammer shows considerable case hardening, the small parts and screws show bright original finish, the action is tight; the bores are near excellent and the Marston is crisp overall. The engraving is typical of Nimschke’s scroll and the barrels show the arrow piercing the donut which is another trademark. Est.: $5,000-$9,000.

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9BE-25 JOSEF CONTRINER AIR PISTOL

Lot #145 (Sale Order 145 of 352)

LOT 145 A fine and high-quality early air pistol by Joseph Contriner of Vienna, Austria; the air pistol measures approximately 13” overall with 6-1/4” barrel is finely gold gilded, highly engraved with leather-covered grip and finest attention to detail throughout; the brass frame and mounts are heavily engraved with fine gold gilding; the barrel shows a damascene-type etched in brown pattern with silver inlays; the wood stock is finely carved in floral motives on the bottom around the trigger guard and escutcheons; this particular air gun is featured in an article by Charles M. Grimes, August 1974, “Gun Report” magazine and it is also featured on the cover of this magazine; the pistol is approximately .40 caliber and deeply rifled and there is a magazine for balls mounted at the top right-side of breech extending down the barrel; the air pistol breaks between the frame and grip where it unscrews and allows the reservoir contained within the grip to be charged by pump; Joseph Contriner was a royal maker to both the Hapsberg and Hollenzolleran royal families of Europe and the top of frame is finely engraved in high relief in the form of a Hapsberg eagle. One of the finest early air guns we have ever catalogued circa about 1790-1810. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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9BE-29 GERMAN HUNTING SWORD PISTOL

Lot #146 (Sale Order 146 of 352)

LOT 146 Impressive German hunting sword combination oddity revolver, approximately .32 caliber center fire, nickel-plated stag grip with classic hunting sword guard and original scabbard measuring approximately 22-1/2” overall with nearly 16” blade, nickel-plated revolver and sword mounts. The blade shows fine etching in typical Germanic motifs with stag, fox and hounds, etc. The blade shows WKC markings; one of the better known Soligen makers and the pistol shows a full complement of German proofs; the condition is fine to excellent overall with just some slight beginning erosion and pinprick pitting just starting but near excellent with nearly 100% of the etching on the blade; the stag grips are very good plus to near fine with just slight normal aging; the action is working; the scabbard is very good plus with just some minor scuffs and normal slight wear; the revolver is six-shot and shows an unusual feature in that it has a gate on each side of the frame one of which the cartridges are ejected through; this particular knife pistol is featured in an article, January 1978, “Man at Arms”, page 22 by Charles M. Grimes. Est.: $5,000-$10,000.

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9BE-180 CUTLASS PISTOL

Lot #147 (Sale Order 147 of 352)

LOT 147 Elgin Cutlass pistol by Morrill, Mossman & Blair, Amherst Mass. The pistol measures 18-1/4” overall with approximately 13-1/2” blade; barrel measures approximately 6-3/4” of .34 caliber; pistol is serial # 50; the pistol remains in good to very good condition showing a grey brown patina finish, some scattered light to slightly heavy; pitting and erosion with the heaviest areas of pitting occurring at the juncture of the blade to the frame; a couple of areas on the left side of the muzzle but generally very good overall; the blade shows 40-60% original etching in floral scenes with cornucopias and the left side of the blade shows the American Eagle with the maker’s address which is partially obscured and there has been some slight sharpening on the edge of the blade; the wood stocks are good with normal wear, some small losses and normal aging only; a rare American knife pistol showing the long straps which come down on each side of the frame into the grip; these early American percussion pistols are very interesting and are also desirable to Bowie knife collectors as they are some of the earliest datable American Bowie-type knives in combination with their oddity status. Est.: $8,000-16,000.

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9BE-46 ELGIN BRONZE FRAME

Lot #148 (Sale Order 148 of 352)

LOT 148 The only known Elgin Patent Cutlass pistol by Henry Harrington of Southbridge, Mass. The pistol measures 14 1/2” overall with approx. 10” Bowie knife blade, 4” rifled octagon barrel of .38 caliber, engraved brass frame and varnished flat-sided walnut grips. The left center portion of the blade shows the name “H. Harrington, Cutler, Southbridge, Mass.” in a heart shape with scrolled borders. The left blade shows George Elgin’s patent etched in a squared cartouche with similar scrolled borders. The pistol remains in original very good to near fine condition showing just some slight spotting and minor erosion and pin prick pitting just starting. The bronze frame shows a deep patina, the varnished wood grips are very good+ with a couple of nicks and marks. This exact pistol is featured in an article entitled “George Elgin and His One and Only” by Charles M. “Chuck” Grimes for the Gun Report Magazine, Sept. 2000. The article fully details the rarity of this unique Elgin and compares it to other Elgin Patent pistols. A museum quality rarity. Est.: $12,500-$25,000.

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9BE-47 MERRILL MORRISON AND BLAIR CUTLASS PIST #8

Lot #149 (Sale Order 149 of 352)

LOT 149 Elgin Cutlass Crystal by Morrill & Blair, Amherst Mass, serial #8, one of only two known; the other serial #10; this exact knife pistol formerly in the famous Sam Smith Collection; approximately 11-3/4” overall with 8” blade; 3” round barrel, marked cast steel and approximately .34 cal.; the pistol remains in very good plus to near fine condition showing its original bright finish and most of its original etching on the blade; just some slight staining and minor aging and surface erosion just starting; the varnish wood grips are very good plus to near fine with just a couple of minor storage marks and minor bruises; slight handling and use; this size Elgin cutlass pistol is the smallest and among the rarest encountered; note slightly reduced tip; refer the Gun Report, Volume 46, No. 4, September 2000, page 26 where this exact Elgin pistol is pictured. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.

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8IV-2 COLT NEW LINE #7417

Lot #150 (Sale Order 150 of 352)

LOT 150 Colt New Line revolver, .41 cal. nickel plated, ivory grips, #7417. The New Line remains in very good+ to near fine original condition showing 85%-95% original nickel, some slight losses at the top and edges of frame but generally near crisp and excellent overall with frosty etched panels still showing 97%+ with frosty background. The small parts, center pin and back hammer show bright original blue finish with some slight losses at the edges and minor scratches. The original ‘to the period’ ivory grips are very good showing some yellow patina. The left grip shows an age crack, but generally the grips are good overall. The markings are sharp; the action is crisp and the bore is near fine to excellent. The pistol shows British proofs. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.

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9AC-5 LOT OF DOCS

Lot #151 (Sale Order 151 of 352)

LOT 151 Lot of original documents in the name Cushman Cunningham including commissions in the 16th Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry signed by the governor, a first lieutenant, another first lieutenant in another Ohio regiment, a third commissioning him as captain, muster rolls, letters addressed to him, quarter master’s papers, receipts, recommendations by other officers and other paper ephemera. Cunningham served the longest in the 16th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry. A copy of an old photograph of him included and a very interesting hand drawn battle plan with placements of guns and field pieces noted and showing the road to Cumberland Ford, Ky. Est.: $300-$600.

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7HE-20 COLT HAMMERLESS #6394

Lot #152 (Sale Order 152 of 352)

LOT 152 Colt Model 1883 hammerless shotgun, 12 gauge, 30” barrels, 46” overall, in fine to excellent original condition. The barrels show nearly all their original damascene finish and some minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting with most of the original finish on top and sides of rib just toning slightly. The frame shows 80%-90% original bright color case hardening drifting out the edges and bottom but generally crisp overall with still vibrant rainbow case hardening showing strong on the sides and top of action. The select burl wood stocks show sharp original checkering and approximately 90%-95% of the original vanish. There are some minor mars, scratches and dings. The buttplate shows the Colt logo. The stock is completely original, and shows a greater, faster drop than is normal and may be mentioned in the factory letter. The buttplate has some minor chips. The trigger guard has drifted to patina and shows some slight erosion. The action is tight; the bores are near excellent. An exceptional Colt shotgun with an outstanding, and probably special ordered, wood. Est.: $1,500-3,000.

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9BE-45 ELGIN CUTLASS #149

Lot #153 (Sale Order 153 of 352)

LOT 153 The finest known Elgin Cutlass pistol with original scabbard, #149 formerly in Sam Smith’s collection who described it as the finest of 34 known original specimens with NRA medal awarded to this pistol and featured in 15 publications over its recognition to the gun collecting fraternity that dates back to the early 1920s. The pistol is 17 ?” overall with 5”, .54 caliber smoothbore barrel. The clip-point Bowie-type blade is 12” long by approx. 2”. The pistol was finished in the white with fire blued hammer, screw heads and shows one-piece walnut grips. The pistol is in near fine condition showing some slight darkening, slight areas of erosion and natural aging. The grips are very good+ to near fine with a couple of minor scratches, scrapes and storage marks. The hammer, trigger and screws show considerable original blue; the pistol is sharp and crisp. The rare original scabbard is retained and includes German silver mounts and rammer. The scabbard shows some normal aging, slight losses and minor repairs. The Elgin Cutlass pistol appeals to Martial collectors, Bowie knife collectors and oddity collectors alike. Museum quality. Est.: $20,000-$40,000.

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9AC-6 WILLIAM MILES CW INVEST

Lot #154 (Sale Order 154 of 352)

LOT 154 Original Civil War-era corporal chevrons with application for William Miles, Company D, 7th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry and 24th Regiment of Veteran Reserve Corps. A copy of his service record, which is interesting. Est.: $200-400.

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9BE-62 KNIFE PISTOL

Lot #155 (Sale Order 155 of 352)

LOT 155 A rare and early Flintlock knife pistol marked on top of frame ICM In Winhoring, circa about 1750; the knife pistol measures approximately 11-1/4” overall with 7” blade; the cast brass grip approximately 4-1/8” and approximately .36 caliber; the flintlock mechanism is mounted on the outside of the bronze cast grip which serves as a barrel and frame for the pistol; the grip and frame are nicely engraved; the quality of the workmanship is excellent and the knife pistol retains its original scabbard with nicely engraved and gilted mounts matching to frame; the pistol is in very good to near fine condition; the scabbard shows some small tatters and slight losses; Provenance the Funderburg Collection; one of only approximately six knife pistols of this early Flintlock era known in this design. Est.: $2,500-5,000.

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9BF-2 COLT 1851 NAVY

Lot #156 (Sale Order 156 of 352)

LOT 156 Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver, .36 cal. percussion, blue and case hardened finish, iron back strap and trigger guard with New York address, #189086 with ‘L’ above the serial number. The Navy remains in original good to near fine condition showing approximately 70%-80% original blue on barrel evenly thinning and drifting at the edges with some light scratches, normal wear and a small amount of pinprick pitting starting mostly towards the muzzle. There are some scratches, dings around the wedge port area — nothing serious. The cylinder retains 80%-90% original cylinder seen with engagement dates still clear. The balance of the cylinder has gone to a light gray patina. The frame shows 70%-80% case hardening drifting to a silvery gray patina but still some strong rainbow colors showing. The hammer shows 60%-70% case hardening. The loading lever shows 50%-60% case hardening. The iron back strap and trigger guard show 20%-40% thinning original blue finish. The varnished wood grips are in very good+ condition showing 80%-90% varnish, some minor scratches, edge wear and normal age. All matching visible serial numbers. Tight action; excellent bore. Illustrated in the Locke book, page 112. Est.: $6,000-$9,000. Charles DuPont Collection.

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8MW-66 SAA W/ HOLSTER

Lot #157 (Sale Order 157 of 352)

LOT 157 Colt Single Action Army revolver, .45 cal, 7-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, varnished wood grips, serial #21378. Shipped to Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, New York, NY, on Nov. 30, 1875, with 50 guns in shipment. The single action retains approximately 60%-70% nickel finish, dealer applied, which is now starting to drift and in areas where finish has drifted shows some light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The markings are sharp; the edges are crisp. The revolver shows all matching visible serial numbers. The grips show approximately 70%-80% original varnish with some slight high point and edge wear. The hammer shows most of its original case hardening. The front sight is nearly its full height. The two-line patent dates and early italic address are very clear. The action is tight; the bore is very good. The single action retains its original cylinder pin and ejector-rod head and all correct early features and is a nice early, untouched original single action. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8MW-29 WIN 1894 #287830

Lot #158 (Sale Order 158 of 352)

LOT 158 Winchester Model 1894 lever action rifle, 26” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, .32 Winchester Special cal. Received in the warehouse Jan. 22, 1906; shipped from the warehouse Jan. 27, 1906, with Browning Brothers, Ogden, Utah, stamp at breech, serial #287830. The rifle remains in very good+ to near fine original condition showing approximately75%-85% bright original blue on barrel, some losses toward the forward portion of the barrel from handling and use. The frame shows 80%-90% original blue, thinning at the edges with some minor scratches and normal handling and use. The varnished wood stocks are near fine with 90%-95% original varnish and a couple of minor storage scratches and mars. The hammer and lever show 70%-80% case hardening, which is muting slightly. The loading gate shows 90% thinning original blue. The buttplate has gone to a smoky patina with traces of case hardening. The action is crisp, the markings are sharp, the bore near excellent. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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8MW-31 WIN 1894 #914614

Lot #159 (Sale Order 159 of 352)

LOT 159 Winchester Model 1894 Special Order short rifle, .32 Winchester Special cal., factory 20” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial #914614. The short rifle retains 98%-99%+ original bright blue finish, some slight losses of finish on the hammer, forend cap and muzzle. The stocks are fine to near excellent with some minor scratches, slight handling and just beginning age. The stocks are at least very good+ to near fine. The markings are sharp, the action is tight and the bore is excellent. The rifle shows very little use. Est.: $2,500-$4,500.

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9BE-59 NOEL TURRET PISTOL

Lot #160 (Sale Order 160 of 352)

LOT 160 Noel vertical-mounted turret pistol, circa 1860, serial #247 showing finely etched and engraved frame with fancy insides and raised carved original wood stocks; the pistol measures approximately 9” overall with 3-1/2” barrel groups; the condition is very good plus to nearly fine showing its original bright or satin polish; some slight staining and minor pinprick pitting just starting with some slight darkening; the grips are very good plus to near fine with just slight handling and normal aging; there is a football-shaped maker’s mark on both sides of the rear near the breach; these 32 extra short rim fire short revolvers are very similar in the mechanism and the operation to palm squeezer pistols of the same era and are among the most sought after of European oddity pistols. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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9BE-166

Lot #161 (Sale Order 161 of 352)

LOT 161 Exhibition quality, double-action revolver by James Kerr of London; approximately .44 caliber, six-shot; approximately 11-1/4” overall with 6” octagon barrel fully and elaborately exhibition quality, engraved in English style; fine and rich gold plating, bright blue screws, raised carved ivory grips and figures of grapes and vines; finely cased in deluxe rosewood box showing engraved and gilded mounts, embossed in gold on inside lid, London Armory, James Kerr and Company, Armories to the National Rifle Association, 54 King William Street, B.C.; this magnificent revolver remains in fine to nearly mint original condition showing 98-99% plus right original gold finished, small polished parts, bright blued screws and springs, grips are fine to excellent condition showing some normal toning and aging with slight age-typed cracks; the interior of the case is blue velveteen and shows some small areas of wear but generally very good plus to near fine overall; the case contains original ivory handled screw drivers with gold heads, loading rods, oiler and ivory accessory box. The exterior of the case shows some normal age cracks, slight weathering but at least is very good overall and is very elaborately overlaid with plaque work which is pierced and hand engraved in the finest manner; this set would date to about 1870 and was probably made for a window display or exhibition; Provenance Al Kelly. Est.: $9,000-$18,000.

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9BE-52 BLOWGUN CANE GUN #4

Lot #162 (Sale Order 162 of 352)

LOT 162 Rare combination 19th century antique cane gun – blow gun, 7-mm caliber, 34” overall with bamboo body and turned knob-type handle or grip; similar to cane gun pictured in Winant’s Firearms Curiosa, picture 160, one of only two known; the cane measures 34” overall; the original rubber gasket is retained protecting the mouth from recoil; the cane remains in very good to near fine condition showing just some slight cracking but retains most of its original varnish; a very sought-after and rare collector’s oddity which, once again, is only one of two known to sophisticated collectors. Est.: $2,500-$5,000. LOT 163

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9BE-169 MISS RIFLE

Lot #163 (Sale Order 163 of 352)

Robbins & Lawrence-marked Mississippi rifle, bored out to .58 cal. and mounted with long-range rifle-type sight for Civil War, dated 1851. The Mississippi rifle remains in original good condition showing a good patina finish on barrel with traces of original bright tobacco brown mixed in perhaps as much as 20% and some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The lock plate, hammer and breech are in good condition and the lock plate shows faint traces of case hardening within its patina. The stock is good to very good+ showing two light cartouches on the left side of the stock, some small losses along the ramrod channel, some handling, small dings, mars and a light coating of varnish or shellac that is easily removable. The patch box contains an extra original nipple with considerable blue. The original brass-tipped ramrod is included. A far better than average Mississippi rifle. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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CASED ELAB PINFIRE

Lot #164 (Sale Order 164 of 352)

LOT 164 Single-action pinfire revolver, Lefaucheuex, 11 mm pinfire revolver, fully gold and silver damascene decorated with beautifully carved ebony grips in French case with accessories. The revolver shows signature on barrel of E. Zuloaga Arcabucero De SS.MM. The revolver is covered from muzzle to butt with fine gold and silver damascene work of which Zuloaga was the master. The back strap is damascene in letters, which spell Marqves (MgcDeDuero). The condition of the pistol is fine to near excellent showing its gray over inlaid original finish with the silver just slightly toning. The grips, which are ebony and finely carved, are fine to near excellent. The interior of the velvet casing is also fine to near excellent, and an ebony grease bottle, screwdriver and pulls are included. The lid of the box is lined in leather, which is embossed in gold and written in Spanish “To the Most Excellent Mr. President of the Consulate Committee of War, Don Emmanuel Gutierrez De La Concha Marquis of Duero.” The interior of the case is fine to excellent. The exterior of the case is veneered burl wood, which is fine to near excellent with some slight scratches and minor dings. The hasp of the case is signed in script Rhmathieu Paris. A very impressive set. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.

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BOS-1 COLLECTION OF 7 SHOOTERS

Lot #165 (Sale Order 165 of 352)

LOT 165 Collection of American 7-shooters on antique style display board consisting of 22 revolvers as follows: #1 Smith & Wesson 1st model, 1st issue, 3rd type, #2402, shipped from the factory September 1858, good original condition. #2 Colt old Line, high hammer, #30347, manufactured 1871-1872, good to very good condition. #3 Smith & Wesson, 1st model, 2nd issue, #96733, manufactured 1860-1868, good to very good condition. #4 Colt New Line, #29388, good to very good condition. #5 Smith & Wesson, 1st model, 3rd issue, #92774, good to very good condition. #6 Remington Iroquois, no serial number visible, good to very good condition. #7 O.S. Cummings, #247, identical to the first model, 3rd issue, approximately 1,000 produced, good to very good condition. #8 Wesson & Harrington, #2, 2nd type, #7979, good to very good condition. #9 H. Derringer, 1st model, #113, estimated total production about 7,000, good condition. #10 Defender by Whitneyville, #520, good condition, production unknown, estimated at 500. #11 Whitneyville Armory, 1st model, #26667, approximately 3,500 made, good condition. #12 Allen 22, #5488, production unknown. #13 Forehand & Wadsworth, side hammer, #26903, estimated production 1,000. #14 Hood, Parok model, #4288, single action, patented 1878, several thousand produced. #15 Ethan Allen side hammer, 8th model, estimated production 1,500, good condition. #16 Hood Firearms Co., #13228, good condition, estimated several thousand. #17, Allen & Wheelock, 2nd issue, side hammer, #10, estimated production 1,500. #18 Etna Arms Co., #733, 1869-1880, estimated production 6,000. #19 Rollin White, marked Made for Smith & Wesson by Roland White Arms Co., #10366, estimated production 10,000, good condition. #20, Marlin Double XXX Standard, Model 1873, .22 cal., estimated production 5,000, good condition. #21 American Standard Tool, Manhattan-style, single action, 7 shot, #7924, estimated production 40,000, good condition. #22 Hood Arms Co. czar revolver, #504, 1870

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9CI-2 NEWLINE & H& A CASED REV

Lot #166 (Sale Order 166 of 352)

LOT 166 Interesting ensemble consisting of a Colt New Line pistol, a Hopkins & Allen double action revolver both cased in Schuyler & Hartley Graham presentation display case and featured in the new book of Colt engraving by R.L. Wilson. The New Line shows typical New York-style scroll engraving with approximately 80%-90% original nickel remaining with most of the loss on the cylinder with clear, fresh Colt New 22 etching showing 95% on left side of barrel. The pistol is fitted with pearl grips, which remain in very good to near fine condition. The cylinder pin is an old replacement. The hammer shows considerable original blue. The New Line is #49812. The Hopkins & Allen double action revolver is .22 cal., 7-shot, shows a 5” barrel and is finely New York-style scroll engraved with pearl grips, #48, with a last patent date of 1885. The revolver is in fine to excellent condition showing 97%-99% original nickel just starting to flake on the muzzle and fronts of cylinder but very crisp and near excellent overall. Excellent original pearl grips show some slight age cracks only. The hammer shows darkened case hardening. The action is crisp; the bore near excellent. The two are cased within a Schuyler, Hartley & Graham type furry line velvet case, which is fitted for these two model pistols. The interior of the case is very good+ to near fine with just some fine indentations and normal aging. The case is Moroccan leather covered and shows some small losses, discoloration and normal aging, and is just good. A very unusual set to find two different model revolvers cased together and were significant enough to be included in the new book of Colt engraving. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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C-70 CLOVERLEAF

Lot #167 (Sale Order 167 of 352)

LOT 167 Colt Cloverleaf .41 cal. 4-shot revolver, fully and finely period deluxe scroll engraved, silver and gold plated, pearl grips, #1416. The barrel and cylinder show strong traces of dark original silver darkened to gray metal with some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The frame shows slight traces of gold gilt gone to a pleasing brass patina. The original pearl grips are good other than one cracked and repaired area on the left bottom grip using the original piece, showing an iridescent hue and slight edge wear. The markings are sharp. The action and interior are good. The collar for the cylinder pin is an old replacement. The rod ejector is original. The quality of the engraving on this revolver is excellent and it is much more profusely engraved than standard. Provenance: Charles duPont Collection. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-58 MARSTON KNIFE PIST

Lot #168 (Sale Order 168 of 352)

LOT 168 Marston, three barrel knife pistol, 22 caliber, engraved brass frame, serial #33 with original ivory grips. The knife pistol remains in good to very good original condition showing a light gray patina finish on barrels with slight to moderate scattered erosion and surface pitting; the frame shows traces of its original gold gilt going to a nice light honey colored patina; the original ivory grips show some normal discoloration and aging and a couple of slight age cracks; the blade and sling are absolutely original to the period; the action good and generally good overall; a very desirable and seldom encountered American oddity knife pistol. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-70 FR 4 SHOT

Lot #169 (Sale Order 169 of 352)

LOT 169 Rare four-shot percussion Turret pistol; approximately .32 caliber; octagon 2-3/8” barrel; only 7” overall; marked JLC Brevete in oval panel on barrel flat located on right side. The pistol is finished in the bright or satin and is in very good to near fine condition with just some slight staining and minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the varnish select wood grips show a nice grain and are very good plus to near fine overall with just some minor storage marks and handling; the action is working and automatically rotates and the condition is generally exceptional overall; only four specimens are known to sophisticated collectors. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.

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9DECO-1 BEN LANE REV

Lot #170 (Sale Order 170 of 352)

LOT 170 Remington Over and Under rimfire derringer, second type one-line barrel address, fully and finely deluxe Nimske stock-style scroll engraved, gold plated with select handmade burl wood grips inlaid with Star of Texas Rangers, hand engraved Company B, Texas Ranger, gold gilt finish with fire blue small parts and hammer, signed by Master Firearms Engraver Ben Lane of Texas, and presentation display case. The derringer is in fine to excellent as restored condition showing 99%-100% bright, 19th century-style rich gold plate, unbroken hinges, crisp edges, sharp markings, very good bores. Shows no use since ornamentation. The derringer is cased in a presentation quality fitted French-style casing lined in green velveteen with satin-lined lid, oak compartment covers with key. The exterior of the case is select grain oak and shows a beveled lid. Every attention to quality and detail was made throughout the creation of this modern masterpiece using an antique Remington derringer. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.

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9BE-48 DELEAXHE #557

Lot #171 (Sale Order 171 of 352)

LOT 171 J. Deleaxhe Apache-style knife pistol, approximately .32 cal. pin fire showing original gold gilt and engraved frame; serial #557; the oddity shows approximately 75-85% rich gold gilted finish drifting to a natural patina; some minor darkening, erosion and normal aging; the blade also shows original gilted finish; there are some storage nicks and mars but very good plus to nearly fine overall; the left bottom of the frame is well marked and the pistol is serial #557 near this marking and there is a #25 marking at the front of the frame near the cylinder pin screw; “Man at Arms”, January 1978, page 24 where this exact pistol is listed and described as the only one finished in gold but the serial is incorrectly listed at #537 where it is actually #557 under magnification. Est.: $5,000-$9,000.

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9BE-30 DUMONTHIER KNIFE PISTOL #1144

Lot #172 (Sale Order 172 of 352)

LOT 172 A Dumonthier Cutlass revolver ornately and fully etched with horn grips and original scabbard, 6 shot, 12 mm caliber pinfire, #1144. The revolver is finished in satin grey or white metal and remains in fine condition with just some slight darkening and light aging. The horn grips are near excellent with just some opening to the grain; the action is crisp, the interior near excellent; the original scabbard is retained along with its outside mounted ramrod. The scabbard is very good+ with just some slight aging and small scuffs. This exact oddity is pictured on the cover of Arms Gazette Magazine, Jan. 1978 and fully described in an article on edged firearms and combination weapons by Charles M. “Chuck” Grimes. Considered the most ornate of its type. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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9BE-34 EURO SWORD PIST W/ SCAB

Lot #173 (Sale Order 173 of 352)

Lot 173 A unique and ornate Cutlass pistol of European origin, approx. 7.65 mm center fire caliber, 2 7/8” barrel, pistol approx. 8” overall with 14 3/4” under mounted blade, no makers marks or proof marks visible; somewhat English in design but Continental in manufacture. The pistol shows a silver and gold finish with checkered silver grips. The blade is etched at the rear 6” and the rear of the cylinder is silver overlay. The revolver shows 50%-60% darkened original silver; heavy gold plating over silver overlay on cylinder. The scabbard is finely hand hammered and made for this revolver and appears to be of solid silver also. A very decorative and unusual Cutlass pistol of a unique design. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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8LW-72 SHARPS MEACHAM #49198

Lot #174 (Sale Order 174 of 352)

LOT 174 Meacham conversion of Sharps carbine to sporting rifle, 40-70 cal. straight Sharps, serial #C49198 on tang and serial number to match beneath forend. The rifle measures approximately 44-1/2” overall with 28” medium weight octagon barrel, which is completely unmarked. The rifle remains in good to very good condition. The barrel shows approximately 75%-85% original blue, drifting to patina, some scattered erosion and pinprick pitting just starting and some very good areas of bright blue. The action, lever and hammer have drifted to a smoky gray patina with a lot of case color showing within its patina. The stocks are good to very good, also, showing approximately 70%-80% original varnish, some dings, mars, scratches, dents and scrapes consistent with use and storage. The buttplate has drifted to a dark brown and shows some light to moderate erosion and surface pitting just starting. The lock markings show C. Sharps patent and 1852 date. The rear sight is a Sharps type, which shows the Lawrence markings. There is a beech-type front sight mounted in the original front dovetail. A good-looking Meacham conversion that probably went West. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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8KC-1 1920 LUGER CARBINE #50040

Lot #175 (Sale Order 175 of 352)

Lot 175 Luger carbine, .30 Luger cal., factory 12” barrel, with detachable shoulder stock, #14 and #15 on all major parts. The Luger remains in very good original condition showing approximately 75%-85%original blue evenly drifting and toning to brown with good sharp wood stocks, showing some slight wear to the checkering, minor impressions, mars, etc. The original Luger shoulder stock is in good condition and shows some slight dings, mars, a couple of small losses to the butt but generally very good overall with most of its original blue on the collar and straw on the release lever. There has been a small circular peep-type sight added to the back of the toggle, which is a period addition. The stock is numbered #50040. These 1920 Luger carbines were reworked from Model 1906 Lugers. The action and bore are good, and generally very good overall. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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9BE-22 MARIETTE BREVET

Lot #176 (Sale Order 176 of 352)

LOT 176 A massive Mariette-style pepperbox, .45 caliber, 8 shot, measuring approx. 9 3/4” overall and 3 1/2” barrel group, over 2 1/4” across; of heavy weight in fine original condition with ebony grips. The barrel group shows 90%-95% original brown finish with strong Damascus pattern; some slight areas of erosion and aging just starting. The breech, frame and mounts show quenched-type case hardening (case hardening without colors). The fluted ebony grips are fine to near excellent and show a hole for lanyard loop. The action is crisp; the grips are sharp and the condition is near excellent overall. A giant of a pepperbox. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.

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9AZ-1 HERITAGE OF FAMILY ADV

Lot #177 (Sale Order 177 of 352)

LOT 177 Original framed advertising print approximately 30” high by 20” wide advertising DuPont Sporting Powders with slogan “Used By Your Great-Great Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Grandfather and Father,” dated 1917, showing different eras of hunters beginning 1802, 1830, 1860 and 1890, and other advertising information at bottom including advertising sporting powders, company information and documenting the establishment of the company in 1802. The original artwork is signed in right corner in the block. The image is slightly faded with bolding, some darkening and staining, but generally good overall, and is contained in an original ‘to the period’ fancy frame. A very rare advertising print, which is seldom encountered and absolutely original. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-21 PECARE & SMITH #137 W/ IVORY

Lot #178 (Sale Order 178 of 352)

LOT 178 Pecare and Smith 1849 patent Pepperbox pistol showing 10 shots, serial # 137 in gray-brass frame with original ivory grips; 3-3/4” barrels; approximately 8” overall; considered among the rarest of American Pepperbox pistols; this desirable specimen remains in good to very good condition showing lightly cleaned to a gray patina finish on barrels; frame shows a deep honey patina with sharp engraving and edges; the original ivory grips show some slight cracking and normal aging but are at least very good overall; the markings on barrel are sharp and crisp; the action is working and generally an exceptional specimen. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.

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9BE-31 LEPAGE KNIFE PISTOL W/ SCABBARD #234

Lot #179 (Sale Order 179 of 352)

LOT 179 Lepage Saber-type pin fire revolver, serial #234, finely etched and engraved wood grips with original scabbard; this oddity measures approximately 11” overall with 6-7/8” barrel group which shows a blade which is made integral with the barrel in one piece; the entire double-action pin fire revolver is finely and deeply etched and engraved and shows a beautiful satin high polish in the white finish; the revolver is marked both on the top of the barrel and on the trigger; the condition is fine to nearly excellent and the select varnish wood grips are also very good plus to nearly fine with just a few minor marks and impressions; the original scabbard is retained along with a cleaning rod also mounted on the scabbard; considered the best example of this rare saber revolver; pictured on the cover of “Man at Arms” magazine, January 1978 and featured in an article by Chuck Grimes on “Combination Guns.” Est.: $5,000-$9000.

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9BE-156 PERC KNIFE PIST

Lot #180 (Sale Order 180 of 352)

LOT 180 An exceptional and finely made percussion knife pistol of diminutive size in original case marked “Pressley’s Limited, Watchmakers, Jeweler’s and Silversmiths, 68 Montague Street & 46 South Street, Worthing (England)”. The pistol measures only 2 1/2” overall and approx. 3/4” across the thickness of the body. The combination knife shows a single folding blade which is marked “R. Turner and Co., Sheffield, England”; a button hook with encore trademark and Turner’s name; a hole punch and a corkscrew; mounted with checkered horn grip scales. There is also a touch hole pick mounted in the butt of the knife; the pistol is mounted at the center of the knife with a cocking knob and the barrel and breech are removable to load and prime with percussion cap and is in approx. .22 caliber. The breech and barrel mechanism act as a secondary projectile and leave the knife pistol when fired. The condition is fine to near excellent with just a couple of minor areas of pitting starting to develop. The knife pistol is contained within its original-to-the-period velveteen and silk lined jeweler’s-type case with Moroccan leather covering in a tortoise shell pattern. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.

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9BE-157 FIST PIST

Lot #181 (Sale Order 181 of 352)

LOT 181 French Fist pistol; six-shot approximately .28 caliber pin fire; finely relief engraved; silver plated, ivory grip with velvet-lined, French style pipe case; nicely engraved on back strap; made by Lepage Brothers of Paris with other addresses of Lepage firm including Belgium; the pistol remains in very good plus to near fine original condition but 90-95% original silver finish; some slight lifting and normal aging where silver has lifted; ivory grips are fine to near excellent with just slight yellowing and normal aging; the pipe case is very good plus to near fine original condition showing just some slight discolorations and normal aging. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-158 LITTLE ALL RIGHT #821

Lot #182 (Sale Order 182 of 352)

LOT 182 A Little All Right palm squeezer revolver, .22 cal., 6 shot, nickel plated, composite grips with logo and Patent dates, #821. This oddity revolver remains in fine to excellent condition with 90%-95% original nickel, some slight losses and beginning pin prick pitting where nickel has lifted. The grips are good with some slight edge wear and trade mark mostly legible with 1876 Patent dates. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-155 HENRY DERR

Lot #183 (Sale Order 183 of 352)

LOT 183 An original Henry Deringer with 1 1/4” .38 caliber 7 groove rifled barrel; only 4 1/2” overall making it one of the smallest sized or “Peanut” variation. The deringer remains in good condition showing a grey patina finish; sharp engraving on lock; good markings; a couple of areas of pitting on the barrel; stocks are fair to good with wear from being carried. The German silver mounts are all original and show typical engraving and the breech is “Deringer” marked with “P” proof and trigger guard shows typical pineapple finial. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-149 DE LUXE 955

Lot #184 (Sale Order 184 of 352)

LOT 184 Williamson .41 caliber convertible, single-shot Derringer, serial #955 with deluxe, gold gilted frame and select varnished wood stock. The barrel shows traces of original silver drifted to a light gray patina finish with some erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the frame area and trigger guard show 20-40% original rich gold gilt drifted to a nice patina; the select varnished wood stocks show a rich and high-grade Burl wood grain and approximately 80-90% original varnish; the action is good; the interior very good; a percussion insert is included; these Derringers were a genius idea and would operate with either percussion as a muzzle loader or with a .41 caliber rim fire cartridge. Est.: $900-$1,800.

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9BE-151 AMER ARMS ENG DE LUXE

Lot #185 (Sale Order 185 of 352)

LOT 185 American Arms Company .41 caliber over and under Derringer; period scroll engraved; silver and gilted finish; ivory grips, serial #754; the barrel shows 80-90% original silver which is evenly flaking and areas where silver is lifted gone to a patina; the frame shows traces of original gold gilt with brass patina showing through; the ivory grips are very good plus some slight yellowing and normal age; the markings are good; the action is good and generally good overall; bore slightly rough. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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9BE-137 MOORE DERR

Lot #186 (Sale Order 186 of 352)

LOT 186 A Moore .41 caliber derringer, extra high quality engraved, silver plated, #1647. The derringer shows a panel scene on left side of peacock with typical Nimschke style scroll engraving and arrows and stars on barrel; approx. 80%-90% original silver remains, some small losses and bubbling and areas where plating has lifted show a patina and pin prick pitting on the barrel. The frame shows some edge wear and a deep brass patina. The hammer shows traces of colors; the action good; the interior good. An attractive Moore in every regard. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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9BE-139 #2 NAT #5828

Lot #187 (Sale Order 187 of 352)

LOT 187 National .41 caliber, #2 style Derringer, serial #5828 The barrel shows 60-80% original silver; the frame shows 10-20% drifting silver on lightly cleaned brass frame; the National is good to very good with original to the period ivory grips showing a good patina with some minor cracking and normal aging; the barrel shows some erosion and pitting where the silver has lifted and there is some knackering or dents on the top edges of the barrel; the markings are slightly light; the hammer shows traces of case hardening; the bore is fair; a scarce Derringer with desirable ivory grips. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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9BE-148 41 CAL SOUTH #2556

Lot #188 (Sale Order 188 of 352)

LOT 188 Southerner Derringer by Brown Manufacturing Company, .41 caliber rim fire, serial #2556; in very good plus to near fine original condition showing 80-90% original bright blue on barrel; frame drifted to a honey-colored patina; very good rosewood grips; 50-70% case hardening on hammer with some rainbow hues still visible; there is some minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting where the finish has lifted on the barrel; the frame is very crisp; the markings sharp; the interior good with a slightly rough bore; an exceptional Southerner with a lot of original finish. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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RIGBY MULTI SHOT

Lot #189 (Sale Order 189 of 352)

LOT 189 A rare W & J Rigby six-shot pocket pistol with rotating firing device mounted at front of hammer; the pocket pistol measures approximately 6” overall with 1-1/4” barrel groove of approximately .34 caliber false rifle showing six barrels mounted over and under; the pistol shows high quality with fine engraving and remains in very good condition with a grayish blue patina finish, some traces of case hardening and original finish, slight erosion and pinprick pitting, good wood stocks showing wear to the checkering, traces of original varnish and generally good to very good condition overall; action and rotating hammer mechanism are good and working; a very scarce and desirable oddity. Est.: $5,000-$8,000.

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MAP-15 ASTRA STAR MOD A

Lot #190 (Sale Order 190 of 352)

LOT 190 Scarce Star Model A 7.65 cal. semi-automatic pistol with extended barrel, tangent type adjustable rear sight and original shoulder stock, serial #A3975. This scarce collector’s semi-automatic pistol shows factory 8” barrel, which extends almost 3” beyond end of slide. The Star also shows a tangent type adjustable rear sight, checkered wood grips and has been expertly restored to mint condition with straw finish, trigger and hammer. The pistol is accompanied by correct original shoulder stock, which is in fine to excellent condition. A seldom encountered and desirable collector’s auto. Est.: $2,000-$3,000.

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9BE-152 RE DERR

Lot #191 (Sale Order 191 of 352)

LOT 191 Remington, .41 caliber over-and-under Derringer; one line Remington address, serial #224; approximately 97-99% bright original factory nickel finish with bright niter blue finish on hammer, trigger, ejector and screws; the pistol shows original pearl grips and is in near fine condition overall with just some beginning aging; the hinge is excellent with no cracks; the interior shows very little operation or use; a crisp Remington over and under with just minor aging. Est.: $1,500-$2,500.

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9BE-146 REM 41 VEST

Lot #192 (Sale Order 192 of 352)

LOT 192 Remington vest pocket Derringer; .41 caliber, nickel-plated, wood grips; serial #3951; the Derringer remains in fine to near excellent original condition with 92-95% original bright nickel finish; a few areas of erosion and pinprick pitting just starting in a couple of areas where the nickel has lifted; the markings on the breach are sharp and crisp; the breach block and trigger show 95% bright original fire blue finish; the varnished wood grips are near fine with 85-95% original varnish; some just even handling and minor loss; the action is crisp; the bore near excellent; one of the better .41 caliber vest pockets we have catalogued in a long while. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-24 J LANGE 6 SHOT DRAGOON SIZE

Lot #193 (Sale Order 193 of 352)

LOT 193 Dragoon size Pepperbox pistol signed “J. Lang #7 Hay Market, London,” approximately 11-1/4” overall with nearly 6” barrel group of approximately .50 caliber, six-shot; this massive Pepperbox pistol shows a Britannia metal-type cast, alloy frame which is nicely engraved and mounted with checkered select wood grips; the pistol remains in good condition showing a gray patina finish on barrels which is likely cleaned with some areas of minor erosion and pinprick pitting. The frame is good with some wear at the top of the engraving; the stocks are good to very good with minor bumps, dings and normal use; the action is good and generally good overall; one of the bigger English pepperboxes we have seen. Est.: $1,500-$2,500.

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9BE-26 4 SHOT MARIETT- BREVET

Lot #194 (Sale Order 194 of 352)

LOT 194 A four-shot Mariette Brevet Pepperbox pistol, approximately .32 caliber with 2-1/2” barrel grip, 6” overall, light gray or satin finish showing some just beginning erosion and slight age, burl wood stocks in good condition with minor marks and handling, action is crisp and working, Pepperbox shows Belgium grips and is marked Mariette Brevet on inside of strap; no serial number. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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9BE-27 BLUNT & SYMS P-BOX #86

Lot #195 (Sale Order 195 of 352)

LOT 195 Blunt and Syms baby-sized Pepperbox pistol, five-shot, approximately .25 caliber, 1-5/8” barrel group, only 5-1/2” overall with bag-shaped grip; the Pepperbox is serial #86 and front of barrels are marked “R-O”; the barrel grip shows 60-80% bright original blue which is starting to flake with some areas of erosion and light to moderate pitting where finish is lost and a couple of areas of heavier pitting here and there; the frame shows traces of blue drifted to a natural patina; the wood grips are good to very good and show light old initials stamped on left grip, “G.P.Q.T.”; a very unusual size Blunt & Syms Pepperbox which is unsigned and unmarked. Est.: $800-$1,600.

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9BT-28 MARIETT NO 39 SMALL MINI

Lot #196 (Sale Order 196 of 352)

LOT 196 Four-shot Mariette Brevet ”Baby” sized ring trigger percussion Pepperbox only 4-1/2” overall with approximately 1-3/8” barrels of approximately .26 caliber; this diminutive Pepperbox remains in very good plus original condition showing original brown finish on barrel group; some slight beginning erosion and pinprick pitting just starting; the satin gray or bright finish frame is very good with just slight wear; the darkened hardwood possibly ebony grips are very good plus with just one or two small chips near escutcheons; the edges are sharp; the Pepperbox is crisp and is marked “#39” on breach. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.

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9BE-23 RUPERTUS P-BOX#1498

Lot #197 (Sale Order 197 of 352)

LOT 197 A Rupertus Pepperbox Derringer, .22 caliber, 3” barrel, serial #1498, in good to very good condition showing 20-30% original blue on barrel drifting to a gray patina, some scattered light to moderate erosion and surface pitting just starting; the frame shows 20-30% original silver, the grips are good with some small chips, slight edge wear and normal aging, the markings are sharp, the edges crisp, the cylinder pin original, the action working. Est.: $900-$1,800.

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9BE-173 SULUTE GUN

Lot #198 (Sale Order 198 of 352)

LOT 198 A German percussion Salute Gun made to celebrate the arrival of Christmas and ward off evil spirits. The gun is approx. 13 1/2” overall with a heavy octagon barrel measuring almost 7” and weighing nearly 9 pounds, full stocked to muzzle in lightly colored wood, inlaid with owner’s initials “J.O.” and heart at top of wrist. The condition is good to very good with some storage marks and scratches and minor aging. This pistol and its mate, the next lot, are featured in an article entitled “A Puzzle to Ponder”, by Charles M. “Chuck” Grimes, in The Gun Report, Sept. 1984, when the general consensus of experts was that these were used as line-throwing or whaling guns. It has been discovered that these were actually Christmas Salute Guns and the story is well-documented in a feature broadcast on television starring Loretta Switt which is included with the lot. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-174 SALUTE GUN

Lot #199 (Sale Order 199 of 352)

LOT 199 A German percussion Salute Gun made to celebrate the arrival of Christmas and ward off evil spirits. The gun is approx. 14 1/8” overall, 7 1/2” heavy octagon barrel, weight 10 pounds, light colored walnut stock, checkered at the wrist, showing intertwined carved initials “H.W.”. This pistol and its mate, the previous lot, are featured in an article entitled “A Puzzle to Ponder”, by Charles M. “Chuck” Grimes, in The Gun Report, Sept. 1984, when the general consensus of experts was that these were used as line-throwing or whaling guns. It has been discovered that these were actually Christmas Salute Guns and the story is well-documented in a feature broadcast on television starring Loretta Switt which is included with the lot. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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A-68 TAP ACT

Lot #200 (Sale Order 200 of 352)

LOT 200 British double-barrel over-and-under flintlock tap action pistol with importer name Constable, Philadelphia, engraved on frame. The pistol measures approximately 7-1/2” overall with 2-1/2” barrels of approximately .45 cal. The barrels show traces of original blue drifting to patina with some scattered erosion and pinprick pitting just starting and a couple of marks from being removed. The brass frame is very crisp and nicely engraved with a deep patina, and there is a stand of arms with the name CONSTABLE on left and a similar stand of arms with PHILADELPHIA engraved on right. The bag-shaped wood grip is in good condition showing checkering on the back and the checkering is still sharp. The pistol still retains its hammer and small parts and screws, and is in its full flintlock configuration. Constable was a well-known maker and important importer of firearms, and one of the most important makers in the Philadelphia area. Provenance: Charles duPont Collection. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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BUCK-14 78 COLT FRONT #6202

Lot #201 (Sale Order 201 of 352)

LOT 201 Colt Model 1878 double-action frontier revolver, 44-40 cal. with 7-1/2” etched barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grips, lanyard in butt, #6202. Factory letter confirms all features except grips not listed. Shipped to Hartley & Graham, New York, New York, Aug. 5, 1881, two guns in shipment. Revolver shows the early fat-type grip. The Colt shows approximately 70%-80% original bright blue finish evenly drifting and toning from the high points and edges from being holstered and handled. The etched panel is 80%-90% and just slightly muted but fully visible including the outline. The front sight is its front height and shows bright original blue. There is some drifting on the cylinder and edges but very crisp overall. The original ‘to the period’ checkered wood grips show proper Colt-type escutcheon and the small parts and screws show bright robin’s egg blue. The back of the hammer shows a bright high polished blue finish. The sides some of their original polish. The action is crisp; the interior is very good+. An exceptional early frontier era 1878 with factory letter. Est.: $5,500-$7,500.

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9BE-69 LAINE REV #2305

Lot #202 (Sale Order 202 of 352)

LOT 202 A highly decorated LeFaucheux-style DA 6 shot pinfire revolver in 11 mm caliber with 5 1/2” barrel, 11 1/2” overall, finely engraved in floral motifs and heavy gold inlaid borders, bright blue finish, ivory grips, barrel etched “Laine Brevete Rue de Rivoli, 21 Paris”. The revolver remains in very good to near fine condition with 70% bright blue drifting at high points and edges of barrel, areas where finish has lifted are going to patina with some erosion and pin prick pitting just starting. The ivory grips are very good+; the action is crisp; the bore is near excellent. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.

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9BE-93 REID #1353

Lot #203 (Sale Order 203 of 352)

LOT 203 Reid New York model .32 caliber RF revolver, barrel stamped “Address W. Irving, 20 Cliff Street, New York”, 4 3/4” octagon barrel, 10” overall, iron frame, blued barrel and cylinder, silver plated frame; case hardened hammer; ejector rod in bright, varnished rosewood grips, #1353. The revolver remains in fine to excellent original condition showing 50%-60% original blue on barrel and cylinder which has flaked and balance of metal going to a light patina. The frame shows 80%-90%+ darkened original silver plate which has turned almost blue. The hammer shows 85%-95% bright case hardening; grips show 80%-90% varnish with some wear at the edges and some slight scratches. The action is crisp; the interior is excellent and other than a couple of nicks on the barrel near the muzzle, the pistol is near fine. Featured in an article entitled “My Friend James Reid” by Charles M. “Chuck” Grimes, Arms Gazette Magazine, March, 1976. Est.: $1,250-$2,500

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C-120

Lot #204 (Sale Order 204 of 352)

LOT 204 Colt New Police or Cop & Thug .38 cal. single-action revolver with desirable and scarce 6” factory barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, #22008. The revolver remains in original good to very good condition showing 30%-50% original blue mostly drifting on the barrel and in front of frame, some light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting with most of the pitting occurring at the left front muzzle. The etched panel is fully visible but slightly light. The markings are sharp. The edges are crisp. The metal surfaces are generally good overall. The original hard rubber Cop & Thug grips are very good with some slight high point and edge wear but fit impeccably and are absolutely original to the period. The small parts and screws show bright original blue in a few places. The action is crisp. The bore is very good. The front sight is its full original height. The Cop & Thug with a 6” barrel are extremely scarce and seldom offered on the collector’s market. Provenance: Charles duPont Collection. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.

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