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Premiere Firearms Auction

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions
Sat, Aug  3, 2013  10:00 AM   Pacific
Featuring: Winchester Rifles; Colt Revolvers; Collectible & Sporting Rifles & Shotguns; Military Rifles & Pistols; Modern Handguns; Antique Firearms; Knives; Militaria; Etc.
Model 1874 1st Pattern McKeever Pouch Model 1874 1st Pattern McKeever Pouch

Model 1874 1st Pattern McKeever Pouch

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 779)

Model 1874 1st Pattern McKeever Pouch for .45-70 Cartridges, by Watervliet Arsenal, early type with brass escutcheon, varnished leather cartridge loops sewn into leather backing, swelled tool compartment on right side, and embossed ''US''. Condition is excellent lacking the brass reinforcement tabs on corners. Inside lightly marked ''US A.R. Smith''. Rarely found in this condition. Est.: $300-$500.

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Martially Marked 1860 Arsenal Gang Mold Martially Marked 1860 Arsenal Gang Mold

Martially Marked 1860 Arsenal Gang Mold

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 779)

Martially Marked 1860 Arsenal Gang Mold, cherried for six (6) conical .44 cal. bullets, with one six hole spruecutter, small walnut grips, with brass collars. Condition is fine showing light to moderate use and appearing to be still completely functional. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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Lot of Mid-19th Century Lockplates Lot of Mid-19th Century Lockplates

Lot of Mid-19th Century Lockplates

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 779)

Lot of Mid-19th Century U.S. Pistol & Musket Lockplates, including one by S. North (1829), stripped with mild pitting and clear markings; Harpers Ferry 91852) lockplate, stripped with good markings; and a complete lock with hammer and internals for a Starr Carbine, retaining over 90% thinning case colors; three (3) stripped musket/rifle lockplates, with 1831, 1840, and 1864 dates. All are in very good condition. As well as a blued trapdoor lock with sear, tumbler and trigger return spring, in excellent condition. Est.: $750-$1,000/lot.

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Scottish 17th-18th Century Powder Horn Scottish 17th-18th Century Powder Horn

Scottish 17th-18th Century Powder Horn

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 779)

Scottish 17th to 18th Century Powder Horn, with decorative thistle pattern, cherub and lamb, as well as royal couple, measuring 16'' long 3'' dia. walnut base and screw plug. Condition is excellent, missing small end plug. Est.: $500-$750.

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Victorian Air-Powered Cane Gun Victorian Air-Powered Cane Gun

Victorian Air-Powered Cane Gun

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 779)

Good Quality Victorian Air-Powered Cane Gun, NVSN, approx. .32 cal., 19-1/2'' rifled brass barrel, top portion is separate air reservoir, brass end cap also acts as ramrod. These devices were cocked by a simple key (not present) and fired by a button that projected from the left side after cocking. The top portion was usually pressurized by a stirrup-type pump and could fire several balls before needing a re-charge. Externally painted to appear wooden over iron. Condition is very good with approx. 140 years of light handling marks, and chips and losses to paint. An ingenious item for both protection and poaching in Victorian England. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Mid-19th Century (Poss. Confederate) Fighting Knife Mid-19th Century (Poss. Confederate) Fighting Knife

Mid-19th Century (Poss. Confederate) Fighting Knife

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 779)

Mid-19th Century, Possibly Confederate, Unmarked Fighting Knife, with curved brass guard, 9-1/2'' high carbon steel double-edged blade, abbreviated sword-type crossguard, and square carriage-type fasteners appear to be of naval bronze, with hardwood scales. In cut-down brass and leather sword scabbard. Condition is good to very good with moderate carbon spotting and light surface pitting to blade. Grip with some darkening and shrinkage. Patination to brass appears original and not chemically induced. Remnants of leather scabbard are dry and show considerable shrinkage. Plastic inserts have been placed inside the scabbard for stabilization. Est.: $500-$750.

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Model 1873 Springfield Trowel Bayonet & Scabbard Model 1873 Springfield Trowel Bayonet & Scabbard

Model 1873 Springfield Trowel Bayonet & Scabbard

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 779)

Model 1873 Springfield Trowel Bayonet with Scabbard, 10'' bright trowel blade, 15-7/8'' overall, blued socket, and wood plug handle for digging. Leather scabbard with belt hanger, brass chape, and U.S. button. Trowel is excellent with minor carbon spotting to bright portions. Blue handle with over 97% finish. Plug shows toning but is fine. Scabbard is good with scuffs and thinning at loop. Est.: $500-$750.

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Springfield Armory Model 1880 Hunting Knife Springfield Armory Model 1880 Hunting Knife

Springfield Armory Model 1880 Hunting Knife

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 779)

U.S. Model 1880 Hunting Knife, by Springfield Armory, 8-1/2'' blade 2'' wide, 13-9/16'' overall. Brass guard marked ''U.S./Springfield''; reverse numbered 767, with 17-ring turned maple handle. In Type 4 black leather scabbard with long brass hook marked ''RIA''; front of scabbard with Watervliet markings. (The original leather loop scabbard proved to be unpopular. After a series of complaints, Watervliet and Rock Island Arsenal modified them by cutting off the belt loop and adding the heavy brass hook.) Condition is fine to near excellent. Blade shows minor carbon spotting and very light frosting, slightly more pronounced at tip. Leather scabbard with patina to brass parts and light crazing. Stitches and rivets are tight. Est.: $750-$1,000.

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Lot of 5 1850s-1860s Images Lot of 5 1850s-1860s Images

Lot of 5 1850s-1860s Images

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 779)

Lot of Five (5) 1850s-1860s Photographic Images, in both leather and gutta percha cases, featuring a young man, a child, and three women. Condition to most remain excellent. Leather cased example of woman needs minor repair. Est.: $300-$500/lot.

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Civil War Reg. 12-button Artillery Shell Jacket Civil War Reg. 12-button Artillery Shell Jacket

Civil War Reg. 12-button Artillery Shell Jacket

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 779)

Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket, with epaulets and sergeant's stripes. Standard dark blue material, partially hand sewn, trimmed with 0.4'' red wool tape, shoulders sport Model 1851 enlisted brass shoulder scales. Condition is very good, unmarked and unlined. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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18th Century Spanish Bilbao Style Rapier 18th Century Spanish Bilbao Style Rapier

18th Century Spanish Bilbao Style Rapier

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 779)

18th Century Spanish Bilbao Style Rapier, 35'' blade, pierced bowl guard, wire wrapped handle, long ricasso, with short single fuller. Condition is very good with light to just moderate toning and mild pitting. Exterior portion of guard with griffin design and floral decorations. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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17th Century Germanic Swepthilt Rapier 17th Century Germanic Swepthilt Rapier

17th Century Germanic Swepthilt Rapier

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 779)

17th Century Germanic Swepthilt Rapier, 35'' blade, wire wrapped grip with tight bud pommel, and reptilian pattern quillions. Condition is very good with light surface pitting that has been cleaned and small repair to clamshell hilt. Est.: $750-$1,000.

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German made U.S. M.1850 Foot Officer's Sword German made U.S. M.1850 Foot Officer's Sword

German made U.S. M.1850 Foot Officer's Sword

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 779)

German Made U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword, mfg'd by W. Clauberg, Solingen, and retailed by James P. Fitch, New York. Etched blade measures 32'' featuring Federal eagle in sunburst to right side; left side with U.S. surrounded by foliate scrolls. Wire strand wrapped skateskin grip with pierced guard and rosette motif. Black leather scabbard with brass ring in throat, brass ring center section, as well as brass drag tip. Condition is very good to fine with moderate carbon spotting. Eagle shows very well. Leather washer missing. Even patination to brass components, with crazing and losses to leather finish of scabbard. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.

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Staff Grade U.S. Artillery Platoon Officer's Sword Staff Grade U.S. Artillery Platoon Officer's Sword

Staff Grade U.S. Artillery Platoon Officer's Sword

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 779)

Exceptional Staff Grade U.S. Artillery Platoon Officer's Sword, ca. 1805-1815, slightly curved 28'' blade, 33-1/2'' overall, fluted bone ivory grip, gilded brass eaglehead and knucklebow, which attaches to the pommel below eagle's beak. Blade with floral etching, niter-bluing, and gold wash. Right side of blade marked ''Warranted'', with eagle decorated gold-washed brass scabbard, showing serpentine eaglehead drag, foliate engraving, and eagle cap motif near tip. Condition is fine retaining approx. 40% thinning blue to blade with clear etching, and approx. 35%-40% gold wash to pommel and guard. Scabbard retains approx. 30%-40% gold wash as well. Red velvet washer is present. An exceptional Artillery Officer's sword. Est.: $2,500-$4,000.

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U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames

U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 779)

U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames, 1840-1860, 30-1/2'' etched blade with foliate and Stand at Arms design, cast brass crossguard, which is the same as the prescribed staff and general officer's swords of 1832 in that it is straight double-edged and elliptical in sections. Pommel is the somewhat conventional down-facing helmet. Grips are a single piece of lined carved ivory with decorations. Cross quillions with eaglehead finials. In two-hanger lightly decorated brass scabbard. Pommel and quillion were originally connected by a chain (now missing). Condition is about fine with light carbon spotting to blade, and somewhat dark toning to cast brass furniture, with minor cracks from shrinkage to grip. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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U.S. Dragoon Saber, by Nathan Starr U.S. Dragoon Saber, by Nathan Starr

U.S. Dragoon Saber, by Nathan Starr

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 779)

U.S. Dragoon Saber, by Nathan Starr, 34'' clip-point curved blade, marked on ricasso ''U.S.P.S., N.Starr'' in three lines, leather covered wood handle, iron knucklebow, pommel and hilt. In iron scabbard with two carrying rings. Front of knucklebow dated 1821. Condition is very good to near fine with clear markings on blade and light to just moderate carbon spotting. Exposed elements show toning from age. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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Early Eaglehead American Sword Early Eaglehead American Sword

Early Eaglehead American Sword

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 779)

Early Eaglehead American Sword, ca. 1810-1840, 28'' curved single fuller lightly etched blade. Blade was originally partially gold gilt and blue finished. Fluted ivory handle, brass eaglehead pommel, brass knucklebow and guard. Leather scabbard originally with brass throat and chape. Condition is fair. Blade with light to moderate carbon spotting with none of the original gold or blue showing thru on blade. Scabbard with splits and missing tip. Est.: $750-$1,000.

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German Made M.1850s Cavalry Saber, by Horster German Made M.1850s Cavalry Saber, by Horster

German Made M.1850s Cavalry Saber, by Horster

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 779)

German Made Model 1850s Style Cavalry Saber, by F. Horster, 29-1/2'' etched blade, 34-1/2'' overall, brass back and guard, wire-wrapped skate grip. Blade etched with Stand of Arms, floral motifs, and Crown-''M'' marking. In bright iron scabbard with two suspension rings. Considered quite scarce as only imported in 1863, and considered a possible Confederate Cavalry type saber that was brought in by blockade runners. Condition is fine to near excellent, with some thinning to skateskin, and a few loose but present wire wrappings. Scabbard shows cleaning. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames

U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 779)

U.S. Militia Staff Officer's Sword, by Ames, 1840-1860, 32'' etched blade with foliate and Stand at Arms design, cast gold-plated crossguard, which is the same as the prescribed staff and general officer's swords of 1832 in that it is straight double-edged and elliptical in sections. Pommel is the somewhat conventional down-facing helmet. Grips are a single piece of lined carved ivory with decorations. Cross quillions with bud finials, with slender langets and ears. In two-hanger lightly decorated brass scabbard. Condition is about fine with light carbon spotting to blade, and light toning to gold-plated furniture, with minor cracks from shrinkage to grip. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.

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U.S. Model 1906 Cavalry Saber, by Ames U.S. Model 1906 Cavalry Saber, by Ames

U.S. Model 1906 Cavalry Saber, by Ames

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 779)

U.S. Model 1906 Cavalry Saber, by Ames, 34-1/2'' single fuller blade, 40-1/2'' overall, 5'' false edge; left side of ricasso marked ''U.S./JSC''; right side marked ''ASCo/1906''. Two-strand wire wrap leather handle, with steel hilt, handguard and helmet-style pommel; correct leather multi-piece sword knot, in steel dual-ring iron scabbard. Condition is excellent. Blade remains bright with light runner marks. Minor scuffs to leather handle and light patination to white metal of iron guard. Blued scabbard shows some toning but with no dings or dents. Est.: $500-$750.

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Early 20th Century Officer's Stetson Early 20th Century Officer's Stetson

Early 20th Century Officer's Stetson

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 779)

Early 20th Century Officer's Stetson, approx. size 7, neatly marked inside to leather sweatband, ''John B. Stetson Co., 4x Beaver''. Condition is very good with discoloration and soiling to exterior. Fraying to gold cord. Interior is very nice. Est.: $350-$500.

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1890s Era U.S. Navy ''Donald Duck'' Hat 1890s Era U.S. Navy ''Donald Duck'' Hat

1890s Era U.S. Navy ''Donald Duck'' Hat

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 779)

1890s Era U.S. Navy ''Donald Duck'' Hat, with fancy top embroidery, outer ship ribbon marked ''U.S.S. Dixie'' sewn over ''U.S.S. Charleston''. The Charleston helped capture Guam and was part of Dewey's blockading ship squadron in Manila, and took part in the final action leading to the surrender of the city. She also had the honor of carrying the body of the Hawaiian King Kalakaua back to Hawaii when he died abroad. On Nov. 2, 1899, the Charleston ran aground on a reef north of Luzon and she was a total loss. Her entire crew escaped to a nearby island where they remained until being picked up by the Helena ten days later. The Dixie was built in 1893 and arrived in Santiago, Cuba on June 19, 1898, and participated in the capture of Ponce, Puerto Rico, later serving in the West Indies, the Mediterranean, thru the Suez, and on to the Philippines. She finished her career as a destroyer tender and was decommissioned in 1922. Hat remains in excellent condition with beautiful handwork; interior is blue silk with light fading. Est.: $500-$750.

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U.S. Model 1881 Dress Officer's Infantry Helmet U.S. Model 1881 Dress Officer's Infantry Helmet

U.S. Model 1881 Dress Officer's Infantry Helmet

Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 779)

U.S. Model 1881 Dress Officer's Infantry Helmet. Helmet is constructed of cork and covered with fine black wool with four seams, gilt trimmings, and spiked top, with officer's pattern crossed rifle side buttons, and blackened brass vents with additional internal inspector's mark. Interior is marked ''J.H. McKenney & Co., 141 Grand St., NY''. Condition is excellent with just light patination to gilt. Est.: $750-$1,000.

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Ottoman Flintlock Pistol Ottoman Flintlock Pistol

Ottoman Flintlock Pistol

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 779)

Ottoman Flintlock Pistol, .60 cal., 7-1/2'' proofmarked barrel, iron lock, brass sideplate, pommel and triggerguard, with full-length wood stock. Lightly decorated with stars and crescent moon motifs. Condition is good with repairs to stock. Action functions but spring is weak. Ramrod is a non-operational replacement made from a nail. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)

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Belgian Regulation Flintlock Pistol Belgian Regulation Flintlock Pistol

Belgian Regulation Flintlock Pistol

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 779)

Belgian Regulation Flintlock Pistol, NVSN, .70 cal., 9'' tapered barrel, rounded lock, walnut fullstock, with regulation mounts, crown stamped on lockplate, and Liege proof to barrel. Condition is very good with moderate general overall darkening. Stock with crack along right top edge. Action is crisp and functioning. Made for export. Est.: $450-$650. (Antique)

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Cont'l Flared Barrel Flintlock Pistol, w/bayonet Cont'l Flared Barrel Flintlock Pistol, w/bayonet

Cont'l Flared Barrel Flintlock Pistol, w/bayonet

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 779)

Continental Flared Barrel Flintlock Pistol, with spring-loaded bayonet, 4'' brass barrel, hammer bar safety, and wire inlaid fruitwood bag-type grips. Approx. 8-1/2'' in length. Ca. late 18th to early 19th Century. Condition is near excellent with nice even patina. Buttstock missing small portions of wire. Action is crisp to both hammer and bayonet. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Halbach Type Late 18th C. Flintlock Pistol Halbach Type Late 18th C. Flintlock Pistol

Halbach Type Late 18th C. Flintlock Pistol

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 779)

Halbach Type Late 18th Century Flintlock Pistol, as often sold by American dealers, .54 cal., 8-1/2'' part-round barrel, unmarked lock with angular pan, and full-length walnut stock. Condition is very good as partially restored, with replaced sideplate, repair to right side of forend area of stock (nicely accomplished), with good functioning lock. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Pair of Eurasian Flintlock Pistols Pair of Eurasian Flintlock Pistols

Pair of Eurasian Flintlock Pistols

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 779)

Pair of Eurasian Flintlock Pistols, both of similar construction although not a matched pair, approx. .58 cal., 12'' barrels, full walnut stocks, cast brass pommels, triggerguards and flutes. No doubt embellished by the same artisan, the lock mechanisms differ slightly. Condition to both is very good with moderate general toning. Good functioning action; one lock with replaced top flint jaw. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)

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Sm. Perc. English Muff Pistol, marked ''Abbey'' Sm. Perc. English Muff Pistol, marked ''Abbey''

Sm. Perc. English Muff Pistol, marked ''Abbey''

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 779)

Small Percussion English Muff Pistol, marked (William) Abbey (of High Street) in Newport Pagnell, in Buckinghamshire, where he sold pistols from 1829 to 1851. He was succeeded by his son Edmund (1852-1869). Abbey's was a typical small town gun shop that also sold cutlery and similar items. The pistol itself was probably mfg'd in Birmingham. Pistol is .31 cal., 1-1/4'' screw barrel, centerhammer with tang safety, and wooden bag grips. Condition is very good with light general patina and very minor darkening to one-piece grips. Hammer with loss above bottom edge. Action is crisp, touch hole is clear. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)

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Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol

Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 779)

Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol, NVSN, smooth 16 bore, 9'' barrels, toned finish, engraved brass triggerguard, checkered and studded grip. Condition is good, missing nipples, ramrod and buttcap. A great little gun that would benefit from some minor and easily accomplished restoration. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)

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Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol

Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 779)

Belgian Side-by-Side Coach Pistol, NVSN, rifled 28 bore PF, 7-1/2'' barrels, toned finish showing signs of nickel plating, Flobert style fluted grip. Condition is good. One hammer will not stay back, with one replaced gripstrap screw. Grip shows light to general wear with minor scuffs and somewhat unique brass push extractor. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)

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French Model 1833 Single Shot Mil. Perc. Pistol French Model 1833 Single Shot Mil. Perc. Pistol

French Model 1833 Single Shot Mil. Perc. Pistol

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 779)

French Model 1833 Single Shot Military Percussion Pistol, by Chatellerault, dated 1852, NVSN, .69 cal., 8-3/4'' octagon and swamped barrel of fine Damascus construction with 48-groove rifling, brown finish, checkered walnut grips, with removable lanyard loop finial in butt. Condition is very good with moderate overall toning to barrel, lock and hammer, as well as moderate flattening to checks. Action is good and functioning. Ramrod is missing. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Pair of Unmarked Percussion Derringers Pair of Unmarked Percussion Derringers

Pair of Unmarked Percussion Derringers

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 779)

Pair of Unmarked Percussion Derringers, probably European, .40 cal., 2-5/8'' barrels, case hardened back locks, checkered walnut stocks with nickel silvered details. Condition is very good showing moderate patination and light refinishing. Actions are crisp, bores are good. In modern made box with contemporary accessories. Est.: $1,200-$1,800/pair. (Antique)

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Pr. of Phila. Derringers - J.P. Lower Pr. of Phila. Derringers - J.P. Lower

Pr. of Phila. Derringers - J.P. Lower

Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 779)

Pair of Phila. Derringers, with J.P. Lower retailer markings to back locks, approx. .40 cal., two-banded barrels measuring 2-1/2'', case hardened lockplates, walnut stocks with nickel silvered details. Condition is good with one pistol appearing completedly original, the later engraved to match including the Lower retailer marking. All together in a modern made dark stained pine case. Est.: $1,250-$1,750/pair. (Antique)

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Mid-19th C. Perc. Pistol, with Bedford type hammer Mid-19th C. Perc. Pistol, with Bedford type hammer

Mid-19th C. Perc. Pistol, with Bedford type hammer

Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 779)

Mid-19th Century Percussion Pistol, with Bedford type hammer, .50 cal., 9'' lightly decorated barrel, full-length checkered walnut stock with added pearl accents near topstrap. Condition is very good showing light general patination and added finish to stock. Est.: $300-$500. (Antique)

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Perc. Conv. to French M.1806 Pistol - St. Etienne Perc. Conv. to French M.1806 Pistol - St. Etienne

Perc. Conv. to French M.1806 Pistol - St. Etienne

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 779)

Percussion Conversion to French Model 1806 Pistol, by St. Etienne, .62 cal., 7-3/4'' barrel, single brass band, triggerguard and pommel; with walnut halfstock. Condition is very good as converted. Hammer screw may be a later replacement. Est.: $400-$600. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1849 Perc. Pistol, by Aston U.S. Model 1849 Perc. Pistol, by Aston

U.S. Model 1849 Perc. Pistol, by Aston

Lot #37 (Sale Order 37 of 779)

U.S. Model 1849 Percussion Pistol, by Henry Aston, .54 cal. smoothbore, 8-1/2'' round barrel marked ''US/WN'', one-piece cartouched walnut stock marked ''WAT'', with brass blade front sight. Lock, barrel, hammer and rammer finished in the white, with brass pommel, triggerguard and barrel band; 1850 dated upper tang and 1851 dated lockplate. Mfg'd 1851-1852 with approx. production of 6,000 pistols. Condition is very good to fine with moderate discoloration to sideplate, light carbon spotting to barrel, and light to moderate marks and dings to wood, with one small fracture to left side grip. Action is good, bore is good. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1849 Perc. Pistol, by Ira N. Johnson U.S. Model 1849 Perc. Pistol, by Ira N. Johnson

U.S. Model 1849 Perc. Pistol, by Ira N. Johnson

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 779)

U.S. Model 1849 Percussion Pistol, by Ira N. Johnson, .54 cal. smoothbore, 8-1/2'' round barrel marked ''JCB'', left side flat marked ''Steel'', one-piece cartouched walnut stock marked ''WAT'' and ''WN'', with brass blade front sight. Lock, barrel, hammer and rammer finished in the white, with brass pommel, triggerguard and barrel band; with 1853 lockplate date. Mfg'd 1853-1855 with approx. production of 10,000 pistols. Condition is excellent with minor discoloration to sideplate, light carbon spotting to barrel, and light marks and dings to wood. Action is crisp, bore shows little use. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Antique)

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Officer's Quality Private Purchase Pommel Holsters Officer's Quality Private Purchase Pommel Holsters

Officer's Quality Private Purchase Pommel Holsters

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 779)

Officer's Quality Private Purchase Pommel Holsters, for 1836 Flintlock or Model 1842 Percussion Pistols, dating from the time of the U.S.-Mexican War (1846-1848). Constructed from black bridle leather with brass flap finials. The area beneath flaps with five tin tubes, each sewn to the leather with protective flap for .54 cal. paper cartridges. Both holsters are mfg'd with leather plugs at bases. Holster bodies with one attaching strap for securing to saddle. Exterior of cover flaps with lovely period blue material with gold bullion adornments, as was the practice of officers from this period thru the Civil War. Condition is excellent considering nearly 170 years of age. Stitching is tight, exterior of surfaces shows crazing, with light mothing to blue covers. Bullion stitching is approx. one stitch per inch, having several areas at top of left flap that has come loose (thread is present). As fine as any in private hands. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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Palmetto Model 1842 Perc. Pistol Palmetto Model 1842 Perc. Pistol

Palmetto Model 1842 Perc. Pistol

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 779)

U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol, by Palmetto Armory, .54 cal., 8-1/2'' barrel, brass blade front sight, lock marked ''Palmetto Armory, SC'' in a circular design with a palmetto tree in the center; back of lock marked ''Columbia/S.C. 1852''; top of barrel opposite nipple bolster with ''(palmetto tree)/V/P''. Condition is about fine with even brown patina to barrel and bolster, and moderate toning to sideplate. Triggerguard, pommel cap and barrel band with toning mustard like coloration. Walnut stock with minor fractures from shrinkage but no real losses. Good functioning action. Considered quite scarce with only approx. 1,000 made for the So. Carolina Militia. Est.: $7,500-$10,000. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine, w/Stock Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine, w/Stock

Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine, w/Stock

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 779)

Springfield Model 1855 Pistol Carbine, with Stock, NVSN, .58 cal., 12'' barrel, finished in the white, walnut stock, brass hardware, and captive ramrod. Mfg'd by the Springfield Armory from 1855-1857. Lock features Maynard self-priming device, three-leaf rear sight, correct three-groove rifling, with approx. 4,020 mfg'd. Union Army's quarterly field reports, dated Dec. 31, 1862, report at least 400 pistol carbines were still in service and found in photographs with both Union and Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. Originally conceived for cavalryman as a pistol for horseback, but with the addition of the stock troopers could use it for dismounted fighting. Lock is dated 1855 with Federal eagle to Maynard priming device cover, as well as ''U.S. Springfield''; bottom lower tang of stock with small numeral ''7''. Condition is about fine with light carbon toning to bright surfaces. Pistol's stock with small fracture at top lockplate screw. Stock attachment remains in excellent condition with very light toning and minor discoloration to brass components. Priming device remains loaded with period caps. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)

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Superb London mkd. Perc. Belt Pistol, by Wadsworth Superb London mkd. Perc. Belt Pistol, by Wadsworth

Superb London mkd. Perc. Belt Pistol, by Wadsworth

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 779)

Superb London Marked Percussion Belt Pistol, by J.N.-Wadsworth, .50 cal. smoothbore, 6'' damascus octagon barrel with gold and platina bands, top flat marked ''London''. Bottom of barrel with London proofs, with breech plug, barrel, and trough of stock marked ''VIII''. Bottom diagonal barrel flat marked ''129'', as well as ''A29H''. Checkered bag-shaped grips, half stocked, with nickel silver engraved triggerguard, butt cap, and cleaning rod tube. Captive button-head cleaning rod, with belt hook. Condition is excellent with thinning to finish on barrel, and minor oil darkening near side lock. Action is good, smooth bore shows little use. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Single Shot Mortimer Horse Pistol Single Shot Mortimer Horse Pistol

Single Shot Mortimer Horse Pistol

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 779)

Single Shot Mortimer Horse Pistol, NVSN, marked ''T.E. Mortimer, Edinburgh'', .72 cal., 4-3/8'' barrel, lightly engraved, with finely checkered walnut bag-shaped grips, ''V''-notch rear and German silver front sights, silver ovoid escutcheon and drop-down guardless trigger, with dolphin-head embellished hammer, showing Crown-''V'' proofmark on bottom of barrel. Condition is very good with good working action. Light to moderate flattening to fine checks. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Bel. Double Action Bulldog Type Revolver Bel. Double Action Bulldog Type Revolver

Bel. Double Action Bulldog Type Revolver

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 779)

Belgian Double Action Bulldog Type Revolver, with side-mounted safety lever by J. Marechal, #77, 11mm, 4'' barrel, blue and straw finish, checkered walnut grips, with lanyard loop in butt. Cylinder marked with Liege proofmarks, and two chambers numbered ''1'' and ''2'', with direction of rotation marked by arrow. Purchased by Dutch municipalities and used by their police forces. The safety bar, which is thumb activated, was preferred as an added safety measure for the user. The ''1''-(arrow)-''2'' markings on the cylinder indicate direction of rotation as an additional safety measure. Apparently prior to the introduction of this revolver, accidental discharges were responsible for several deaths and injuries. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 85%-90% blue with spotting to cylinder and thinning at high edges. Straw parts have thinned and show minor carbon spotting. Grips show minor flattening. Action works well, bore is bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Cased Adams Perc. Revolver Cased Adams Perc. Revolver

Cased Adams Perc. Revolver

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 779)

Cased Adams Percussion Revolver, #22862, .44 cal., 5-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened cylinder, checkered one-piece walnut grips, cylinder lock saftety, dovetail front sight, Tranter style side loading lever, with Crown-''V'' and Crown-''CT'' proofmarks to left diagonal barrel flat near muzzle. Topstrap marked ''Ja's Beattie. 205, Regent St, London''. Front right of barrel lug with small crest and ''LA/C'' (London Armory Co.). Accessories include a bronze two-cavity Robert Adams marked bullet mold cherried for ball and conical with blue English type spruecutter, marked ''54'' (bore); brass-tipped ebony cleaning rod; two rosewood-handled turn screws; English bag flask; and tall japanned tin of No. 18 caps, partial label marked ''London'', all in original purple velveteen lined oak case, with Beattie retailer's label in lid. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 94% lightly thinning and flaking blue. Case hardened cylinder remains vivid with only slight thinning to finish. Grips show minor flattening. Bore is fine. Accessories show light to moderate use with knackering to flat sides of bullet mold. Interior of case with oil staining and flattening from contact with pistol; exterior of case with light scuffs and impressions commensurate with age; partitions are somewhat loose but present. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)

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Brevet Copy of a Colt 1851 Navy Revolver Brevet Copy of a Colt 1851 Navy Revolver

Brevet Copy of a Colt 1851 Navy Revolver

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 779)

Brevet Copy of a Colt 1851 Navy Revolver, #12183, .36 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue finish, brass backstrap and triggerguard, smooth walnut grips. Top of barrel and cylinder are both marked ''Colt Patent'', with silver front sight. Cylinder shows Liege proofmarks and Crown-''N''s. Condition is very good retaining approx. 30% flaking and toning blue, with very faint traces of case hardening to frame. Grips are fine with only light marks from handling. Action is good, hammer stays back intermittently but appears to be a simple repair. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Eng'd Belgian Brevet Navy Perc. Revolver Eng'd Belgian Brevet Navy Perc. Revolver

Eng'd Belgian Brevet Navy Perc. Revolver

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 779)

Engraved Belgian Brevet Navy Percussion Revolver, #104637, .36 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, bone grips. Engraved in a European style with large foliate patterns and naval scene on cylinder; crossed flags and Crown-''A'' proofmarks to back of cylinder and bottom of barrel, along with large crossed keys; Crown-Liege proofmark to side of cylinder. Top of barrel marked ''Cap System Manufactured by Roncesoli''. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning and flaking nickel, with most of the losses to cylinder, which still remains bright. Grips have toned. Action is good and crisp, bore is very good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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19th C. Belgian Pinfire Pepperbox 19th C. Belgian Pinfire Pepperbox

19th C. Belgian Pinfire Pepperbox

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 779)

19th Century Belgian Pinfire Pepperbox Revolver, #294, 7mm PF, 1-7/8'' cylinder length, lightly engraved blue frame, folding trigger, with bag-shaped walnut grip. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 90% blue that has thinned and toned. Grips with scuffs and oil darkening. Action is crisp, bores are good. Est.: $300-$500. (Antique)

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German Reform 4-Shot Bar Pistol German Reform 4-Shot Bar Pistol

German Reform 4-Shot Bar Pistol

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 779)

German Reform 4-Shot Bar Pistol, #909, 6.35mm, 3'' barrels, gold finish, blue triggerguard and trigger, with excellent quality replacement checkered hard rubber grips marked ''Reform Pistol''. Additional pair of slightly damaged pearl grips are included. Mfg'd in Germany 1906-1913. Condition is fine as later gold plated and personalized with initial ''B'' to left side and ''F'' to right side. Gold has thinned to approx. 92%. Hammer, trigger and triggerguard show later re-coloring. Grip screw and escutcheon appear to be of later mfg. Action functions as designed, bores are fair to good. Est.: $350-$550. (C&R)

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Remington New Model Army Perc. Revolver Remington New Model Army Perc. Revolver

Remington New Model Army Perc. Revolver

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 779)

Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver, #58173, .44 cal., 8'' barrel, blue finish, small ''A'' marked brass triggerguard, factory two-piece walnut grips. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 75% thinning and toning blue. Grips are crisp with moderate to heavy knackering at butt, but no real losses. Action with tight lockup, bore is excellent. Serial number and barrel legend remain mostly visible. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Factory Eng'd T.J. Stafford Derringer Factory Eng'd T.J. Stafford Derringer

Factory Eng'd T.J. Stafford Derringer

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 779)

Factory Engraved T.J. Stafford Single Shot Derringer, #1243, .22 RF cal., 3-1/2'' blue barrel, lightly scroll engraved brass frame flats and backstrap, varnished walnut grips. Dating from the early 1860s and considered scarce with just over 2,000 mfg'd. Condition is good to very good. Barrel retains approx. 40% thinning and toning blue. Brass with light to just moderate thinning and smoothing, but engraving remains deep and crisp. Grips with additional coat of varnish; right panel with three small notches. Barrel lockup is somewhat loose and could use a little tightening. Hammer functions correctly. Bore is dark. Est.: $400-$650. (Antique)

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S&W No. 2 Spurhammer Single Action Revolver S&W No. 2 Spurhammer Single Action Revolver

S&W No. 2 Spurhammer Single Action Revolver

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 779)

Smith & Wesson No. 2 Spurhammer Single Action Revolver, #35344, .32 RF cal., 6'' blue barrel and cylinder, silver-plated frame, rosewood grips, with nickel silver front sight. Condition is very good with considerable thinning and toning to non-plated surfaces. Frame retains approx. 70% silver. Grips with oil staining and thinning to varnish at high points. Action is fair, bore is good. Hinge screw appears to be a later replacement. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Cartridge Conv. to Colt 3rd Model Dragoon Cartridge Conv. to Colt 3rd Model Dragoon

Cartridge Conv. to Colt 3rd Model Dragoon

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 779)

Cartridge Conversion to Colt 3rd Model Dragoon, #16921, .44 cal., 6'' shortened barrel with brass dovetail front sight, originally with blue and case hardened finish, iron backstrap and brass triggerguard, and originally cut for shoulder stock, with U.S. markings under Colt's Patent. Condition is good as modified with moderate to dark overall patina, showing very light traces of finish to frame. All visible matching numbers, with unmarked wedge. Grips are very good with just light nicks and scuffs, with oil darkening along backstrap and very light losses at edges. One of the internal frame-to-barrel locating pins is missing, but remains very solid with a good action and fair bore. Similar to known Mormon converted examples found in Utah in the 1870s-1880s. Est.: $3,200-$4,000. (Antique)

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Rare Colt 1851 Navy Dbl Pat. Conv. Revolver Rare Colt 1851 Navy Dbl Pat. Conv. Revolver

Rare Colt 1851 Navy Dbl Pat. Conv. Revolver

Lot #54 (Sale Order 54 of 779)

Rare Colt 1851 Navy Double Patent Stamped Conversion Revolver, #59545, .38 CF cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, one-piece walnut grips. Marked with the double patent marks over U.S. markings. A similar revolver is pictured on page 226 of '''51 Colt Navies'', by Nathan L. Swayze. The top patent number is for C.B. Richards's first patent; the bottom patent number is for William Mason's patent. This type of Colt is known as a ''Navy-Navy'' conversion and are seldom seen, with probably less than 500 converted. Cylinder shows a niter-type blue refinish after conversion. Triggerguard and backstrap serial numbers are etched but not stamped. Probably converted at the Brooklyn Shipyards in the early 1870s. Condition is excellent. Barrel assembly retains approx. 60% thinning blue; cyoinder with 94%. Light cases colors to frame and recoil shield. Brass with even patina. Light scuffing and varnish loss to grips. Action is tight, bore is bright. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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Colt 1860 Army Revolver Colt 1860 Army Revolver

Colt 1860 Army Revolver

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 779)

Colt 1860 Army Revolver, #64733, .44 cal., 8'' barrel, blue finish, iron backstrap, brass triggerguard, and Ainsworth cartouched walnut grips. Mfg'd 1862. Condition is very good with small ''H'' and ''M'' sub-inspector marks. Partially visible naval engagement scene on cylinder. Revolver retains approx. 30% thinning and toning blue. All matching visible numbers including wedge. Grips with knackering at butt and minor repair at left toe, but clear cartouches to both sides. Action is crisp, bore is very good with light pitting and minor discoloration. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Civil War Pommel Holsters Civil War Pommel Holsters

Civil War Pommel Holsters

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 779)

Civil War Era Pommel Holsters for Colt 1860 Army Revolvers, approx. 13-1/2'' long each and constructed of black bridle leather, with early rimless brass end caps with two attaching screws each and with brass cap finials. Very similar to those pictured on page 40 of E. Scott Meadow's excellent reference ''U.S. Military Holsters and Pistol Cartridge Boxes''. Condition is excellent. Flaps have been removed as they were easily detachable with a simple leather thong and often omitted for field use. Holsters show just minor crazing. Est.: $1,800-$2,400.

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Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 779)

Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver, #214872, .36 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue and case hardened frame, originally with silver backstrap and triggerguard, and one-piece varnished walnut grips, with silver front sight blade. Mfg'd 1872. Condition is fine retaining approx. 80%-85% thinning and lightly toning blue. Naval engagement scene is mostly visible. Screw slots are straight. Grips with mild knackering and losses to varnish. Good action and bore. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)

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Remington New Model Army Perc. Revolver Remington New Model Army Perc. Revolver

Remington New Model Army Perc. Revolver

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 779)

Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver, #46384, .44 cal., 8'' barrel, blue finish, small ''C'' marked brass triggerguard and butt of both factory two-piece cartouched walnut grips. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 92%+ original finish, with most of the losses to cylinder as thinning. Grips are crisp with razor-sharp cartouche. Tight factory action with mirror bright bore. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Antique)

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Colt House Model Spurtrigger Revolver Colt House Model Spurtrigger Revolver

Colt House Model Spurtrigger Revolver

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 779)

Colt House Model Spurtrigger Revolver, #8487, .41 RF cal., 2-1/2'' barrel, brass frame, with walnut bird's head grips. Mfg'd 1875. Top of barrel marked ''Colt's House Pistol/Hartford, CT. USA''. Sighting groove in frame marked ''Pat. Sep. 19, 1871''. Caliber designation above and forward the trigger on left side. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 85% thinning original factory blue to barrel and cylinder. Hammer shows 92%+ muted niter-blue with thinning in actioning areas. Screw heads have mostly gone bright. Brass with light patina and crisp edges. Sideplate fits tightly and is lightly marked ''45'' just forward of hammer screw. Grips with very light pressure dings and thinning to varnish at high edges. Action is tight and crisp, bore is excellent, with minor deformation to knurling on cylinder arbor. A beautiful old Colt showing little wear, light use, and being nearly 140 years old. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Halfstock Kentucky Rifle Halfstock Kentucky Rifle

Halfstock Kentucky Rifle

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 779)

Halfstock Kentucky Rifle, lock marked ''Union Ironworks'', .36 cal., 34'' octagon barrel, birch-type halfstock with cheekpiece, brass furniture, and lightly decorated ovoid patchbox. Condition is good with moderate to dark patina. Missing upper tang screw. Stock with scuffs and scratches and repair behind hammer. Action needs some work. Est.: $300-$500. (Antique)

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Halfstock PA. Treaty Rifle, by J. Fordney Halfstock PA. Treaty Rifle, by J. Fordney

Halfstock PA. Treaty Rifle, by J. Fordney

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 779)

Halfstock Pennsylvania Treaty Rifle, by Jacob Fordney, .40 cal., 42'' octagon barrel, both lockplate and top barrel flat marked ''J. Fordney, Lancaster, PA''; walnut halfstock with brass furniture and pewter end cap; double set triggers, nickel silver front sight, and what appears to be its original brass-tipped ramrod in place. Condition is very good showing some old restoration to the barrel, which has flaked in spots, and repair beneath hammer just behind nipple bolster to stock. Good functioning set trigger, fair bore. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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U.S. mkd. Springfield Model 1795 Flintlock Musket U.S. mkd. Springfield Model 1795 Flintlock Musket

U.S. mkd. Springfield Model 1795 Flintlock Musket

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 779)

U.S. Marked Springfield Model 1795 Flintlock Musket, NVSN, .69 cal., 44-1/2'' barrel, three barrel bands retained by springs, buttplate and lock dated 1806, ''Springfield'' in a curved arch behind cock, ''US'' in script over Federal eagle. Finished in the white, with full-length walnut stock, large ''C'' stamped at top of barrel when weapons were deaccessioned from the U.S. Gov't. With original bayonet. Condition is fine to near excellent with light to moderate toning to bright finished barrel, bands, lock and buttplate. Wood stock shows just light nicks and scuffs. Old period initials carved in right side of buttstock. Nice examples dated 1804-1806 are considered scarce and seldom seen. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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Virginia Manufactory 1797 Contract FL Musket Virginia Manufactory 1797 Contract FL Musket

Virginia Manufactory 1797 Contract FL Musket

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 779)

Virginia Manufactory 1797 Contract Flintlock Musket, dated 1808, .69 cal., 44'' barrel, lockplate marked ''Richmond 1808'' behind hammer, center of lockplate faintly marked ''Virginia'' in block letters over ''Manufactory'' (in script). Musket with Virginia made features such as flat faced gooseneck hammer, curl toe at frizzen, integral flashpan, and long finialed triggerguard ends. Possible regimental markings to top of barrel. Condition is very good with overall brown patina to barrel and bands. Erosion near flash hole, area to lock beneath pan with some corrosion, making ''Virginia'' somewhat difficult to read. Stock with oil darkening, minor dings, but no real losses to speak of. Buttonhead ramrod is present. Est.: $6,000-$8,000. (Antique)

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Harpers Ferry Model 1803 Flintlock Rifle Harpers Ferry Model 1803 Flintlock Rifle

Harpers Ferry Model 1803 Flintlock Rifle

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 779)

Harpers Ferry Late Production Model 1803 U.S. Flintlock Rifle, .54 cal., 36'' part-round barrel, brown finish, cartouched walnut stock, lock marked ''Harpers Ferry'' and dated 1819 with U.S. eagle. Condition is about fine as reconverted from percussion to flint. Barrel with nice even toning. Stock with light scuffs, scratches, and general wear. Functioning lock, with domed cock screw. Steel ramrod appears to be a somewhat later replacement. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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H. Deringer Model 1814 Flintlock Rifle H. Deringer Model 1814 Flintlock Rifle

H. Deringer Model 1814 Flintlock Rifle

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 779)

U.S. Model 1814 Flintlock Rifle, by H. Deringer, Phila., PA, .54 cal., 33-1/2'' barrel, lock marked ''H. Deringer/Philada'', with similar markings to top of barrel just forward of frizzen, and named to individual soldier just forward of rear sight, ''G. Hay 1R, 1st B 4th D''. George Hay was a member of the 8th Co., 5th Battalion, Phila. Militia, 1785. He was later commissioned to 2nd Lieut. in the 2nd Co. 1st Rg. of the York County Militia in 1794. He became a Colonel of the 94th Reg. of PA Militia in Oct. 1814. His son, Geo. Hay Jr., became a Colonel of the 87th PA Vol. Infantry during the Civil War. Condition is about fine. Barrel has darkened over time. Stock with light scuffs and scratches and oil darkening near barrel bands and sideplate. Good functioning action. Sling and ramrod are present. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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Kentucky Perc. Rifle, by T. Davidson & Co. Kentucky Perc. Rifle, by T. Davidson & Co.

Kentucky Perc. Rifle, by T. Davidson & Co.

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 779)

Kentucky Percussion Rifle, by T. Davidson & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, .40 cal., 43'' browned octagonal barrel, full-length stock with brass end cap, buttplate, triggerguard, and rammer tube. Condition is very good with repair near touch hole. Moderate general darkening to iron surfaces. Replaced percussion nipple. Action needs work as hammer stays back sporadically. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Halfstock Treaty Rifle, by J. Henry & Son Halfstock Treaty Rifle, by J. Henry & Son

Halfstock Treaty Rifle, by J. Henry & Son

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 779)

Halfstock Treaty Rifle, by J. Henry & Son, .36 cal., 35'' octagon brown barrel, with ''J. Henry & Son'' marked sideplate and top barrel flat; walnut halfstock with small cheekpiece and functioning set trigger; steel furniture and pewter details, with later ramrod and German silver front sight. Condition is very good with mild to just moderate erosion near nipped bolster and rear portion of barrel. Stock shows light restoration and repaired horizontal crack stretching most of the length of the handguard area to the left side. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Western PA Short Perc. Rifle, att. Charles Flowers Western PA Short Perc. Rifle, att. Charles Flowers

Western PA Short Perc. Rifle, att. Charles Flowers

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 779)

Western Pennsylvania Short Percussion Rifle, attributed to Charles Flowers, .36 cal., 24-1/2'' octagon barrel, trade lock marked ''Atkinson Warranted'', brown barrel, originally with case hardened lock and hammer; brass buttplate, patchbox, triggerguard, forend, and ramrod tube; with functioning double set trigger. Condition is about fine with moderate toning to iron components and light even patination to brass furniture. Maple stock with minor scuffs and scratches and some oil darkening. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Adam Daniels Percussion PA Rifle Adam Daniels Percussion PA Rifle

Adam Daniels Percussion PA Rifle

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 779)

Fine Percussion Pennsylvania Rifle, by Adam Daniels, ca. 1820-1840, .36 cal., 43'' octagon barrel marked ''A. Daniels'' to top flat behind rear sight, full-length maple Kentucky type stock, with decorative brass patchbox, engraved nickel silver applied decorations, including hearts, moons, and clouds. Lockplate marked ''AD'' as well, with functioning set trigger. Complete with spiral stained hickory ramrod. Condition is about fine with considerable toning to brown barrel and moderate toning to lockplate and hammer. Thinning to finish of stock at highpoints surrounding lockplate. Vacant area to topstrap for post tang sight. Brass sideplate is lightly marked ''No. 213''. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Antique)

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Hawken Type Percussion Rifle Hawken Type Percussion Rifle

Hawken Type Percussion Rifle

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 779)

Hawken Type Percussion Rifle, .45 cal., 42'' brown octagon barrel, maple halfstock, simple brass patchbox, trade lock, with hickory ramrod. Top of barrel marked ''EBW''. Condition is good with general toning to both barrel, lockplate, and hammer. Nipple bolster corrosion and reshaping. Stock with light scuffs and sanding, as well as an additional coat of varnish. Set trigger needs adjustment.

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John Krider, Phila. 8 Ga. Perc. Market Shotgun John Krider, Phila. 8 Ga. Perc. Market Shotgun

John Krider, Phila. 8 Ga. Perc. Market Shotgun

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 779)

Philadelphia Made 8 Ga. Percussion Double Barrel Market Shotgun, by John Krider, 28'' barrels, sideplates, hammer, triggerguard and buttplate are lightly engraved and marked ''John Krider''; barrel flat engraved ''Philadelphia''. John Krider mfg'd all types of firearms from 1826-1876 and was an agent for a wide range of firearms. He was also well represented at the Philadelphia Exposition of both 1864 and 1876. Condition is about fine with trace case colors to lockplate and hammers. Barrels have toned brown. Checkering shows only the slightest flattening with a very small repair at toe of stock. Good functioning action, good bores, with beautiful original hickory ramrod. Est.: $8,000-$10,000. (Antique)

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19th Century Market Gun, by J.H. Johnston 19th Century Market Gun, by J.H. Johnston

19th Century Market Gun, by J.H. Johnston

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 779)

19th Century Market Gun, by J.H. Johnston, Pittsburgh, PA, lockplate marked ''Great Western Gun Works'', 8 ga., 40'' steel barrels, brass nipples, checkered English walnut stock, with horn triggerguard return and steel buttplate. Complete with facsimile of Great Western catalog and modern reloading data. Mfg'd 1870-1880, with previous owner's ID stamped to lower portion of barrels beneath stock. Condition is excellent showing a light general cleaning to barrels. Stock with additional coat of linseed oil. Action is crisp, bores are clean and bright. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Antique T.W. Watson SxS Shotgun Antique T.W. Watson SxS Shotgun

Antique T.W. Watson SxS Shotgun

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 779)

Antique T.W. Watson Side-by-Side Shotgun, #1172, originally 20 ga. and now first 12'' sleeved for .410 ga., 28-3/4'' fine Damascus game rib barrel marked ''T.W. Watson. 4 Pall Mall, London'', with English black powder proofmarks additionally marked ''Not for Ball''; originally brown and case hardened finish, checkered straight European walnut stock with 13'' length of pull. Condition is good to very good as converted, with thinning and toning to brown barrels, and traces of case hardening to lightly banknote engraved lockplates. Professionally executed brass repair to wrist. Stock with light dings and flattening to checks. Missing horn inlay to forward portion of splinter forend. Action is good, bores are fine. A neat old shotgun that has been somewhat upgraded with little affect on its balance. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Fullstocked Perc. PA Rifle, by J. Golcher Fullstocked Perc. PA Rifle, by J. Golcher

Fullstocked Perc. PA Rifle, by J. Golcher

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 779)

Fullstocked Percussion Pennsylvania Rifle, by Joseph Golcher, .36 cal., 40'' octagon barrel, full-length maple stock, with brass patchbox, buttplate, triggerguard, front sight, forend cap and ramrod ferrules. Dating from the late 1830s to early 1840s. Condition is very good with moderate overall patination to original browning, more pronounced near nipple bolster. Stock remains in very good condition with extra coat of varnish and small repairs. Functioning action. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Mid-18th Century Japanese Matchlock Mid-18th Century Japanese Matchlock

Mid-18th Century Japanese Matchlock

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 779)

Mid-18th Century Japanese Matchlock, with 40-1/4'' signed barrel, 53'' overall, .52 cal. bore, iron flash hole, full-length stock with brass band showing cherryblossom motif and escutcheons. Top of barrel with inlaid dragon motifs in brass, with five-petal cherryblossom behind rear sight. Right side of buttstock with leaping tiger. Ca. 1750. Mixed metal chrysanthemum wick holders inlaid into butt portion of stock. Condition is fine with light patina to iron surfaces and minor darkening to brass designs. Stock with some oil staining, general darkening, and minor losses. Action may need simple repair. Missing small brass decoration at rear portion of stock comb. Ramrod may be an old replacement. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)

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Swiss Type Percussion Rifle, with scope Swiss Type Percussion Rifle, with scope

Swiss Type Percussion Rifle, with scope

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 779)

Swiss Type Percussion Target Rifle, with scope, NVSN, Liege lock marked ''Euret Freres'', .45 cal., 28'' heavy barrel, half-walnut stock with working set trigger, topped with a brass optical sighting tube. Condition is good with refinished barrel. Stock with scuffs, scratches, oil darkening, and notch out of left side from previous sight. Nipple bolster appears to be a more modern replacement. Good functioning set trigger. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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German Falling Block Schuetzen Rifle, by Stiegele German Falling Block Schuetzen Rifle, by Stiegele

German Falling Block Schuetzen Rifle, by Stiegele

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 779)

German Single Shot Falling Block Schuetzen Rifle, by Stiegele, Munich, #444, 8.15x46R cal., 30'' octagon barrel, two platina bands, case hardened Martini type action, with cheekpiece walnut stock, double set triggers, diopter adjustable tang sight and fine pin front sight. Condition is about fine. Barrel with minor toning and very light witness marks in front of Schnaubel to side flats. Frame has thinned and toned slightly. Stock with scuffs and pressure dings. Action is tight, functioning set triggers, bore with very mild frosting in the grooves. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Husqvarna Single Shot Rolling Block Sporting Rifle Husqvarna Single Shot Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Husqvarna Single Shot Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 779)

Husqvarna Single Shot Rolling Block Sporting Rifle, NVSN, .44 WCF cal., 27-1/2'' blue octagon barrel, case hardened frame and triggerguard, with bright hammer and rolling block; 3-leaf rear and brass bead from sights and Marbles style tang sight; round knob checkered walnut stock with smooth forend. Bottom of barrel marked ''.44 CF''. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% blue to barrel with only light wear at high edges. Case hardened frame has thinned to approx. 70%. Stock with light scuffs. Action is good and functioning, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle, by Pistor & Kost Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle, by Pistor & Kost

Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle, by Pistor & Kost

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 779)

Fine Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle, by Pistor & Kost, #14682, 8.15x46R cal., 32'' blue octagon barrel, with finely engraved Jaeger scenes to both sides of frame, case hardened finish to frame, lever, lower tang, and Swiss style buttplate; double set triggers, with protected pin-tip front sight and adjustable peep sight; high cheekpiece checkered Schuetzen buttstock with plain Schnauble tipped forend. Bottom of barrel with ''BUG'' proofmarks, and marked ''7.5M/M'' underneath forend. Matted top barrel flat marked ''Pistor & Kost, Schmalkalden''; top of frame marked in silver ''DRGM No. 919406''. Mfg'd approx. 1923. Condition is excellent showing light thinning to blue at highpoints of barrel flats, 98% vivid case hues. Stock with minor scuffs and one 2'' gouge near lower tang beneath cheekpiece (detracts little). Eyepiece to rear sight is missing. Action remains crisp, set trigger function correctly, and bore is bright. Est.: $2,500-$5,000. (C&R)

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Laufstahl Krupp Drilling Laufstahl Krupp Drilling

Laufstahl Krupp Drilling

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 779)

Laufstahl Krupp Drilling, #775, 16x16x9x72R cal., 27'' blue barrel, case hardened frame, pistol-grip cheekpiece walnut stock, horn buttplate and cap, and small splinter-type forend; exposed hammers, twin triggers, with very light banknote scroll engraving to frame and triggerguard. No additional markings to exterior of firearm, with only ''Krupp-Laufstahl'' to both barrels beneath handguard. Condition is fine retaining approx. 97% blue to barrels, and 75% thinning case colors to frame mostly at balance points. Light scuffs and scratches to stock with minor flattening to checks, and small loss to top left edge of forend. Action is crisp, bores are bright with light frosting in the rifle barrel. Est.: $2,250-$2,750. (C&R)

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Stevens Pope Single Shot Rifle Stevens Pope Single Shot Rifle

Stevens Pope Single Shot Rifle

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 779)

Stevens Pope Single Shot Rifle, #7431, .32-40 cal., 33'' part-round barrel of No. 1 weight, blue finish, factory pistol-grip smooth walnut stock and forend, blued steel Swiss style buttplate, set trigger, mid-range vernier tang sight, and period globe front sight. Top of barrel marked ''J. Stevens A&T Co./Chicopee, Mass. USA, Pat. April 17.94''. Barrel numbered to match frame but is unmarked beneath forend, post-dating Pope's relationship with Stevens. Condition is excellent as refinished with small scratches from range use. Stock with minor scuffs and pressure dings. Action is crisp, Pope style rifled bore is excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Springfield Armory Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon Springfield Armory Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon

Springfield Armory Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 779)

U.S. Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon, by Springfield Armory, 1848 dated lockplate, .69 cal., 26'' smooth barrel, finished bright, brass bands, triggerguard and U.S. marked buttplate; full-length walnut stock, and captive buttonhead ramrod fastened with iron swivels beneath muzzle; left side with 9-1/4'' ring bar. Condition is fine to near excellent. Bright finished metal shows possible cleaning at one point. Stock with light scuffs and partially visible cartouche behind sideplate; chips and losses to right side of ramrod channel and along top edge as well. Action does not quite stay at full cock, bore with moderate toning. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)

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U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Perc. Rifled Musket U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Perc. Rifled Musket

U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Perc. Rifled Musket

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 779)

U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion Rifled Musket, with bayonet, NVSN, .58 cal., 40'' barrel with three bands, bright finished, neatly cartouched walnut stock with 1862 dated lockplate. Condition is excellent showing only light scuffs to stock, appearing near new. A near pristine example of an early Civil War musket by Springfield. Bayonet shows light carbon spotting. Ramrod is present. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Antique)

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Civil War Spencer Carbine Civil War Spencer Carbine

Civil War Spencer Carbine

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 779)

Civil War Spencer Carbine, #15035, .52 cal., 22'' blue barrel, originally with case hardened frame, walnut stock and handguard. Condition is good. Barrel with light general toning and small nicks and scuffs. Receiver with case colors toning to silver and gray. Serial number is crisp. Stocks are excellent with some handling marks showing nice even feathered grain indicating it has never been sanded. Action remains crisp, bore is excellent with original Spencer six-groove rifling. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Civil War Smith's Patent Carbine Civil War Smith's Patent Carbine

Civil War Smith's Patent Carbine

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 779)

Civil War Smith's Patent Carbine, mfg'd by Mass. Arms Co., agent marked ''Poultney & Trimble, Baltimore'', #3604, .50 cal. perc., 21-5/8'' half-round barrel, originally blue and case hardened finish, with walnut stock. Condition is good. Original finish has thinned considerably. Stock with partially visible cartouche with moderate general scuffing. Former owner's initials marked in left cheekpiece area of stock. Losses to buttstock along top where it meets top edge of frame. Action is in good working order, bore is very good. Smith Carbines were used by many Union regiments, including the 3rd WV, 7th ILL, and 1st Mass. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion

Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion

Lot #86 (Sale Order 86 of 779)

Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion, #C17650, .50-70 CF cal., with three-groove lined 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, with walnut stock and handguard. This transitional version was converted approx. 1871-1872. Condition is very good retaining approx. 60% thinning and toning blue. Case hardened frame has silvered and toned dark, as has hammer and lever. Walnut stock shows scuffs, minor dings, and oil darkening near metal surfaces. Action is crisp, bore is very good. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine

Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine

Lot #87 (Sale Order 87 of 779)

Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, #341312, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, brass tacked walnut stock, with 1884 dated breechblock and trap in butt. 1873 type rear sight is marked with the letter ''C''. Condition is good retaining approx. 40%-60% thinning and toning blue. Stock with scuffs and scratches and several missing tacks. Good functioning action, fair to good bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Straight-Pull Rifle Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Straight-Pull Rifle

Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Straight-Pull Rifle

Lot #88 (Sale Order 88 of 779)

Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Straight-Pull Rifle, #112665, 7.5x55 cal., 30.75'' barrel with matching magazine, blue finish, European straight smooth walnut stock, with two barrel bands and rear sight calibrated to 2000 yards. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain approx. 97% blue with most of the losses as thinning near muzzle. All visible matching numbers. Stock shows light scuffs and dings. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Civil War Spencer Carbine Civil War Spencer Carbine

Civil War Spencer Carbine

Lot #89 (Sale Order 89 of 779)

Civil War Spencer Carbine, #49679, .52 cal., 22'' blue barrel, case hardened frame, walnut stock and handguard. Very light ''CGO'' cartouche just forward the upper buttplate tang. Condition is about fine. Barrel with light to just moderate pitting, with light cleaning and partial rebrowning. Receiver shows somewhat vivid case colors that may have been later arsenal redone, as patent information on bridge of frame is somewhat thin. Serial number is crisp. Stocks are excellent with only slight handling marks. Action remains crisp, bore is mirror bright with original Spencer six-groove rifling. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)

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Sharps Metallic Cartridge Conv. Sgl. Shot Carbine Sharps Metallic Cartridge Conv. Sgl. Shot Carbine

Sharps Metallic Cartridge Conv. Sgl. Shot Carbine

Lot #90 (Sale Order 90 of 779)

Sharps Metallic Cartridge Conversion Single Shot Carbine, ##82963, .50-70 CF cal., 22'' three-groove lined barrel, originally blue with case hardened frame, cartouched walnut stock and handguard. Condition is good showing little original finish. Stock is lightly cartouched showing scuffs and oil staining. Action is good, bore is very good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Model 1966 Allin Conv. Breechloading Rifle Model 1966 Allin Conv. Breechloading Rifle

Model 1966 Allin Conv. Breechloading Rifle

Lot #91 (Sale Order 91 of 779)

Model 1866 Allin Conversion Breechloading Rifle, NVSN, .50 cal. CF, 40'' white barrel (36-5/8'' to breech face), finished in the bright, with 3-banded walnut stock, 1864 dated lockplate, 1866 dated breechblock, standard Allin leaf sight, U.S. marked buttplate, complete with ramrod and bayonet. Condition is very good with light to moderate carbon spotting. Stock shows light sanding but with clear double cartouches. Crisp functioning action and bright bore. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1868 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield U.S. Model 1868 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1868 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot #92 (Sale Order 92 of 779)

U.S. Model 1868 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #7547, .50 CF cal., 32-1/2'' bright barrel, blue frame, 1869 dated case hardened breechblock, 1863 dated lockplate, faintly cartouched Allin stock, with two barrel bands, adjustable slide leaf rear sight, and square lug front sight which doubles as a bayonet lug. Condition is fine retaining approx. 85% original finish. Lockplate shows 40% arsenal blue. Stock is excellent with minor dings and no signs of sanding. Action is good and crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1870 Allin Conv. Trapdoor Rifle U.S. Model 1870 Allin Conv. Trapdoor Rifle

U.S. Model 1870 Allin Conv. Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #93 (Sale Order 93 of 779)

U.S. Model 1870 Allin Conversion Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield Armory, #630, .50 CF cal., 32-1/2'' bright barrel, blue frame, 1870 dated case hardened breechblock, 1863 dated lockplate, faintly cartouched Allin stock, with two barrel bands, adjustable slide leaf rear sight, and square lug front sight which doubles as a bayonet lug. Condition is fine retaining approx. 40% thinning and toning finish. Lockplate shows 30% thinning and silvering arsenal blue. Stock is very good with light to moderate dings; left side near buttplate marked ''DKV/WB4''; upper tang of buttplate marked ''US/40''. Action is very good, bore is fine and should clean to excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot #94 (Sale Order 94 of 779)

U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #4609, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened breechblock, lightly cartouched walnut stock, with 1873 dated breechblock and sideplate. An all original, low numbered rifle, retaining all early features, with regimental marking ''13'' to stock just above upper tang, with the letter ''V'' stamped just behind the top screw on buttplate. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 95% arsenal type blue to barrel. Forend cap is plum colored. Stock with light scuffs and possibly minor sanding. Action is crisp, bore is very good with light frosting that should clean. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Scarce U.S. Two-Band Short M.1866 Allin Conv. Scarce U.S. Two-Band Short M.1866 Allin Conv.

Scarce U.S. Two-Band Short M.1866 Allin Conv.

Lot #95 (Sale Order 95 of 779)

Scarce U.S. Two-Band Short Springfield Model 1866 Allin Conversion, NVSN, .50 cal., 36'' barrel (32-3/4'' actual), and considered quite scarce as only 1000 were modified at time of conversion to breechloading; 1864 lockplate, bright barrel, blue locking hardware and case hardened 1866 dated breechblock, one-piece walnut stock, with cleaning rod in place. Condition is near fine with minor toning to barrel and silver gray patina to breechblock. Stock with scuffs and dings. Good functioning action and very good bore. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

Lot #96 (Sale Order 96 of 779)

U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield Armory, #41636, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish with case colored breechblock, and walnut stock. Condition is very good with light to moderate toning to barrel, silvering and mild toning to breechblock. Stock with minor scratches and oil darkening near metal components. Action is crisp, bore is good. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot #97 (Sale Order 97 of 779)

U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield Armory, #226492, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, with front sight cover, blue finish with case hardened breechblock, faintly cartouched unsanded walnut stock, with cleaning rod. Rifle is complete and original as mfg'd in 1879. Condition is fine to near excellent with approx. 92% lightly thinning toning blue to barrel, sideplate, and hammer; breechblock has toned and darkened somewhat. Stock shows light nicks and scuffs but no additional sanding. Action remains crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot #98 (Sale Order 98 of 779)

U.S. Model 1877 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #80117, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, cartouched walnut stock, with leather sling and cleaning rod. Sometimes referred to as a ''Transitional Trapdoor''. Breechblock and sideplate are dated 1873, with ''EAS/1877'' cartouche to left side of stock. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 92% thinning and toning blue. Case colors to breechblock remain mostly vivid but have darkened somewhat. Stock with light scuffs and scratches. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield

Lot #99 (Sale Order 99 of 779)

U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine, by Springfield Armory, #139005, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish with case colored breechblock, and walnut stock. Top of receiver just forward of breechblock marked ''MASS.''. Condition is very good with light to moderate toning to barrel, silvering and mild toning to breechblock. Stock with minor scratches and oil darkening near metal components. Old trooper's initials ''FK'' have been carved into cheek area of buttstock. Action is crisp, bore is good. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Remington Grade 2 Model 1878 SxS Shotgun Remington Grade 2 Model 1878 SxS Shotgun

Remington Grade 2 Model 1878 SxS Shotgun

Lot #100 (Sale Order 100 of 779)

Remington Grade 2 Model 1878 Heavy Duck Side-by-Side Shotgun, #6033, 10 ga., 32'' damascus barrels, checkered stock and forend, steel buttplate, case hardened frame, hammers and thumb lever. Mfg'd 1878-1882. Condition is very good retaining approx. 20%-30% thinning and toning brown to barrels, 50% thinning and silvering case colors to frame, hammer and lever. Stock with slight scuffs and dings, minor flattening to checks at pistol grip and somewhat more moderate to forend. Missing the head of left hammer screw. Action is crisp, bores are bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield

Lot #101 (Sale Order 101 of 779)

U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle, by Springfield, #462391, .45-70 cal., 32-5/8'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened breechblock, neatly cartouched ''FWP/1889'' walnut stock, with cleaning rod. Condition is excellent showing only the slightest use. Barrel with approx. 98% original blue; breechblock and upper tang retain only lightly speckling case colors. Stock with minor handling marks. Action is crisp, bore appears as new. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine

Lot #102 (Sale Order 102 of 779)

Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine, #376753, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, original walnut stock, ''C'' markings to rear sight, ''U.S.'' to buttplate, with cleaning rod in buttstock. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 92% thinning and toning blue. Stock with scuffs, scratches and oil darkening. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Late Civil War Gilt Silver Belt Buckle Late Civil War Gilt Silver Belt Buckle

Late Civil War Gilt Silver Belt Buckle

Lot #103 (Sale Order 103 of 779)

Late Civil War Model 1860 Officer's Model Gilt Silver Belt Buckle, with standard measurements approx. 2''x3-1/4'', marked on back ''S/91''. Condition is excellent showing just minor thinning to plating. Good detail with only the slightest wear to highest edges. Est.: $600-$800.

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Pre-Civil War 1860 Cavalry Saber & Scabbard Pre-Civil War 1860 Cavalry Saber & Scabbard

Pre-Civil War 1860 Cavalry Saber & Scabbard

Lot #104 (Sale Order 104 of 779)

Pre-Civil War Dated Model 1860 Cavalry Saber and Scabbard, 35'' blade, 41'' overall, with false edge extending 7-1/2'' along top of sword. Leather covered handle with two-strand twisted brass wrap, plain style Phrygian helmet pattern pommel. Right side of blade marked ''U.S./1859''. In common dual-ring iron scabbard. Top of hilt marked ''S96''. Condition is excellent. Blade shows minor carbon spotting. Guard with light patination. Scabbard with moderate toning and very small dings and scuffs. Early enough to have been used by the Confederates in the Civil War. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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Rare Model 1872 10th Cavalry Officer's Cap Rare Model 1872 10th Cavalry Officer's Cap

Rare Model 1872 10th Cavalry Officer's Cap

Lot #105 (Sale Order 105 of 779)

Rare and Exceptional Model 1872 10th Cavalry Officer's Field Cap, by J.H. McKenney & Co., 141 Grand Street, New York, and additionally marked ''Military Goods'' to interior label embossment. Original gold and silver bullion crossed sabers are surmounted by ''10'', with hat cord of similar material. Correct and original gold washed brass eagle-''C'' cord buttons with tarred leather brim. Condition is excellent with one small moth nip to right rear panel and several beneath hat cord. Sweatband with minor soiling and one small separation adjacent to left cord button. An exceptional Indian Wars period Officer's field cap that would be at home in either a museum or the finest collection. Est.: $2,000-$3,000.

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U.S. Springfield Officer's Model Trapdoor Rifle U.S. Springfield Officer's Model Trapdoor Rifle

U.S. Springfield Officer's Model Trapdoor Rifle

Lot #106 (Sale Order 106 of 779)

U.S. Springfield Officer's Model Trapdoor Rifle, 3rd Variation with removable pistol grip, NVSN, .45-70 cal., 26'' barrel, single set trigger, checkered walnut stock, SVW/1885 cartouche, along with ''P'' proof at bottom of stock just behind checker point. Decorative nickel silver long pattern forend cap, mid-range vernier tang sight, 1873 type rear sight, with gold Beeches combination front sight. A total of 477 Officer's rifles were produced, with only 100 in this variation. Hickory ramrod with nickel-plated tip. Condition is about fine. Barrel has thinned and toned somewhat. Lightly engraved frame retains approx. 96% strong original blue. Case hardened breechblock, hammer, lockplate and release retain approx. 40%+ thinning and silvering case colors, as does triggerguard. Stock with light scuffs and oil darkening from Plains use. Front of lockplate cutout with very minor losses at most forward edge. Action is crisp, set trigger functions as designed, bore is mirror bright. Many of these 3rd Model Officer's rifles were sold off to such retailers as Bannermans and others in the post-1890 period, where they were refinished in the period style and are often sold as mint originals, which is often not the case. This rifle remains in its original as used condition. Est.: $20,000-$30,000. (Antique)

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U.S. Model 1876 Cartridge Belt, by Watervliet Arsenal U.S. Model 1876 Cartridge Belt, by Watervliet Arsenal

U.S. Model 1876 Cartridge Belt, by Watervliet Arsenal

Lot #107 (Sale Order 107 of 779)

U.S. Model 1876 Cartridge Belt, by Watervliet Arsenal. This narrow belt variation is approx. 42'' long with a body width of 2'' and features 54 belt loops for .45 Gov't or Carbine rifle cartridges, with a varnished brass slightly curved center bar-frame buckle. This early belt was adopted for Cavalry and Infantry use in 1876. This narrow belt is probably the first production of the 1876 cartridge belt, as it is considerably more scarce and much less seldom observed than the later wide belt variations that were first seen in 1879. Condition is fine with minor darkening from age. Also included is an original sealed box of 20 rounds of .45-70 dating from June 1881 by the Frankford Arsenal. Est.: $800-$1,200.

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Indian War Period Carbine Sling/Boot/Socket Indian War Period Carbine Sling/Boot/Socket

Indian War Period Carbine Sling/Boot/Socket

Lot #108 (Sale Order 108 of 779)

Indian War Period Carbine Sling, Boot and Socket. Early style socket used from 1859 until the mid-1890s; 1887 style carbine boot marked ''Rock Island Arsenal'' of black bridle leather with brass reinforcement at mouth; as well as Civil War type wide carbine sling, which saw continuous use until approx. 1895, marked ''Gaylord Chicopee Mass'', and additionally cartouched ''A.D. Laidley U.S. Ord. Dept. Sub Inspector''. All are in fine to near excellent condition. Est.: $750-$1,000.

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Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle

Lot #109 (Sale Order 109 of 779)

Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle, #3310, .44 RF cal., 30'' medium-weight octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, single set trigger, folding leaf type rear sight and nickel silver dovetail front sight, nickel-plated steel forend tip and checkered buttstock. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% toning and thinning blue. Frame has silvered to approx. 10% of its original finish. Stocks with an additional coat of varnish. Top barrel flat with two additional dovetails from previous sights. Action is crisp, no firing pin, bore is very good that should clean to fine. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)

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Remington Rolling Block Carbine Remington Rolling Block Carbine

Remington Rolling Block Carbine

Lot #110 (Sale Order 110 of 779)

Remington Rolling Block Carbine, NVSN, 7mm, 24'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, walnut stock and handguard, with Lyman peep and brass front sights. Condition is fine as modified with light general patination to barrel. Thinning and toning to receiver blue. Stock with an added coat of varnish. Action is good, bore is fine and should clean. Original rear sight has been removed and the holes neatly plugged. $400-$600. (Antique)

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Elmer Herman Sgl Shot Muzzleloading Perc. Rifle Elmer Herman Sgl Shot Muzzleloading Perc. Rifle

Elmer Herman Sgl Shot Muzzleloading Perc. Rifle

Lot #111 (Sale Order 111 of 779)

Single Shot Muzzleloading Underhammer Percussion Target Rifle, with bullet starter and false muzzle, by Elmer Herman, .45 cal., 37'' heavy barrel of 1-1/2'' dia., brass frame, perchbelly walnut stock, with brass Swiss type buttplate. Globe front sight, adjustable rear peep sight. Condition is fine. Barrel with light toning and brass with nice even patina. Stock with light marks and scratches and very small fracture from shrinkage. Good functioning action, 7-groove bore is fine. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Factory Punchdot Eng'd Merwin & Hulbert Revolver Factory Punchdot Eng'd Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Factory Punchdot Eng'd Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Lot #112 (Sale Order 112 of 779)

Factory Punchdot Engraved Merwin & Hulbert Double Action Pocket Model Revolver, #24236, .38 cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, folding trigger, ivory grips. Nicely adorned with typical M&H pattern engraving, small game scene on sideplate, with approx. 4/5s coverage. Condition is very good with light thinning and toning to nickel finish. Ivory grips show mellow toning and minor shrinkage. Lanyard loop is missing. Action locks up tightly, bore is very good. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Antique)

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Early Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Russian Revolver Early Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Russian Revolver

Early Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Russian Revolver

Lot #113 (Sale Order 113 of 779)

Nice Early Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Russian Single Action Revolver, #3400, .44 Russ. cal., 7'' barrel, nickel finish, frontier made horn grips, lanyard loop in butt, with standard hammer. Mfg'd 1876-1878. Condition is very good retaining approx. 75% original factory nickel. Grips fit fractionally small. Action remains crisp and locks up fairly tight, bore is fair. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Revolver Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Revolver

Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Revolver

Lot #114 (Sale Order 114 of 779)

Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Frontier Single Action Revolver, #1193, .44-40 cal., 7'' barrel, nickel finish, ivory grips, with lanyard loop in butt. Top of barrel with Merwin & Hulbert address; left side of barrel with Hopkins & Allen address. Condition is very good to fine retaining 85%-90% lightly flaking and toning blue, with most of the losses to the cylinder. Grips with mellow toning, shrinkage, and small losses at toes. Action is tight, bore is fair. Est.: $2,600-$3,200. (Antique)

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Early Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Revolver

Lot #115 (Sale Order 115 of 779)

Beautiful Early Merwin & Hulbert 1st Model Frontier Single Action Revolver, #1155, .44 M&H cal., 7'' barrel, nickel finish, mottled red/brown hard rubber grips, lanyard loop in butt, with Mexican style curved hammer and period brown leather double jockstrap lined holster; top strap of holster marked ''44'' and bottom marked ''113''. Revolver additionally features detent pin on barrel release lever. Mfg'd 1876-1878. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 94% factory nickel with most of the losses as light pitting to high edges of cylinder. Grips show light wear and one near imperceptible repair to left side heel. Action is tight, bore is good. Holster has one minor separation at top cross strap that could be carefully repaired. A great old rig. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (Antique)

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Ornate 2nd Model Frontier Merwin & Hulbert Revolver Ornate 2nd Model Frontier Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Ornate 2nd Model Frontier Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Lot #116 (Sale Order 116 of 779)

Ornate 2nd Model Frontier Merwin & Hulbert Single Action Revolver, #1278, .44-40 cal., 7'' barrel, nickel finish, with punchdot engraved frame, barrel and cylinder; sideplate factory adorned with mountain lion profile, with bird's head factory ivory grips. Mfg'd approx. 1878-1882. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 92% original factory nickel with some powder splash near forcing cone area of barrel; 60% thinning and light toning case colors remain to triggerguard and hammer. Ivory grips show even smoothing with small repairs to right side panel. Action remains crisp and locks up nicely, bore is good. Est.: $7,500-$10,000. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert 4th Model DA Revolver Merwin & Hulbert 4th Model DA Revolver

Merwin & Hulbert 4th Model DA Revolver

Lot #117 (Sale Order 117 of 779)

Merwin & Hulbert 4th Model Double Action Revolver, #23371, .44 WCF cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips with checkerboard type logo, lanyard loop in butt, and folding hammerspur. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% lightly thinning and spotting nickel finish. Grips with minor flattening. Action is good and tight, bore is very good. Case hardened triggerguard retains approx. 90% of its vivid hues with thinning along bottom edge. Overall revolver shows little use. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert 2nd Model Frontier Revolver Merwin & Hulbert 2nd Model Frontier Revolver

Merwin & Hulbert 2nd Model Frontier Revolver

Lot #118 (Sale Order 118 of 779)

Beautiful Merwin & Hulbert 2nd Model Frontier Single Action Revolver, #1862, .44-40 cal., 7'' barrel, nickel finish, dark hard rubber frontier checkered grips, lanyard loop in butt, with standard high hammer. Mfg'd 1878-1882. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% thinning and toning factory nickel. Grips with mild flattening and lightly personalized in the upper circular portion. Grips have toned a mellow chocolaty brown. Action remains crisp and tight, bore is fair to good. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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Factory Punchdot Eng'd Merwin & Hulbert Revolver Factory Punchdot Eng'd Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Factory Punchdot Eng'd Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Lot #119 (Sale Order 119 of 779)

Factory Punchdot Engraved Merwin & Hulbert Single Action Pocket Model Revolver, #5101, .38 cal., 3-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, spur trigger, ivory grips. Nicely adorned with typical M&H pattern engraving, Roman Centurion scene on sideplate, with approx. 4/5s coverage. Condition is very good retaining approx. 60% nickel finish. Ivory grips show mellow toning and minor shrinkage. Action locks up tightly, bore is fair. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert DA Pocket Revolver Merwin & Hulbert DA Pocket Revolver

Merwin & Hulbert DA Pocket Revolver

Lot #120 (Sale Order 120 of 779)

Merwin & Hulbert Double Action Pocket Revolver, #10756, .32 cal. 7-shot, 3-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips with checkerboard logo, lanyard loop in butt, and folding hammerspur. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% original nickel with light flaking at top of rib and showing very light use. Grips with minor flattening. Action is crisp, bore is very good. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert DA Pocket Revolver

Lot #121 (Sale Order 121 of 779)

Merwin & Hulbert Double Action Pocket Revolver, #30047, .32 cal. 7-shot, 3-1/2'' barrel with matching extra 5-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips with checkerboard logo, lanyard loop in butt, and folding hammerspur. Neatly presented in homemade box. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning nickel with most of the losses to right side of frame behind cylinder. Grips with minor flattening. Action is crisp, bores are fair to good. Est.: $1,400-$1,800. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert DA Pocket Revolver

Lot #122 (Sale Order 122 of 779)

Merwin & Hulbert Double Action Pocket Revolver, #19188, .38 cal. 5-shot, 3-1/2'' barrel with matching extra 6'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips with checkerboard logo, and folding hammerspur. Neatly presented in homemade box. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 95% lightly thinning nickel. Grips with minor flattening. Action is crisp, bores are fine. Revolver shows light general use. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Merwin & Hulbert Pocket DA Revolver

Lot #123 (Sale Order 123 of 779)

Merwin & Hulbert Pocket Model Double Action Revolver, #7967, .32 S&W cal., 3'' barrel, nickel finish, brown checkered gutta percha grips, with folding hammerspur. Condition is fine retaining approx. 95% original factory nickel with very light flaking to top left corner of sideplate, with minor scuffs and light dings to barrel rib and chattermarks to finish to left side of barrel lug just forward of takedown switch. Grips are crisp. Action is tight, case colors are vivid, bore is good with just moderate pitting. Est.: $450-$700. (Antique)

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Scarce Long Barrel Merwin & Hulbert Revolver

Lot #124 (Sale Order 124 of 779)

Scarce Long Barreled Merwin & Hulbert Double Action Pocket Revolver, #1436, .38 S&W cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, with factory checkered hard rubber bird's head grips. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% thinning and flaking nickel. Grips with mild flattening. Action is crisp, bore is very good to fine. Est.: $450-$700. (Antique)

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Remington Over/Under Derringer Remington Over/Under Derringer

Remington Over/Under Derringer

Lot #125 (Sale Order 125 of 779)

Remington Over/Under Derringer, #883, .41 CF cal., 3'' barrels, nickel finish, pearl grips. Top of barrel marked ''E. Remington Arms Co., Ilion, NY''. Condition is very good retaining approx. 90% original nickel with minor thinning and flaking. Pearl grips remain mostly iridescent with no losses and some toning. Action is good, bores are fair. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Remington-Smoot New Model No. 3 Revolver Remington-Smoot New Model No. 3 Revolver

Remington-Smoot New Model No. 3 Revolver

Lot #126 (Sale Order 126 of 779)

Remington-Smoot New Model No. 3 Revolver, .38 RF cal., 3-3/4'' barrel marked ''E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, NY Pat. W.S. Smoot, Oct. 21, 1873'', nickel finish, hard rubber grips. Mfg'd approx. 1878-1888. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 94% lightly flaking nickel. Grips with moderate flattening. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Period Eng'd Remington O/U Derringer Period Eng'd Remington O/U Derringer

Period Eng'd Remington O/U Derringer

Lot #127 (Sale Order 127 of 779)

Period Engraved Remington Over/Under Derringer, #2592, .41 RF cal., 3'' barrels, New York style engraving with silver plating, and newly made pearl grips. Top of barrel marked ''E. Remington & Sons, Illion, NY/Elliot's Patent Dec. 12th, 1865''. Condition is excellent showing little use since time of embellishment. Modern period style russet leather holster marked ''R.M. Bachman, Florence, MT'' is included, along with four-loop leather cartridge pack, both in excellent condition. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)

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Remington Model 1875 Single Action Revolver Remington Model 1875 Single Action Revolver

Remington Model 1875 Single Action Revolver

Lot #128 (Sale Order 128 of 779)

Remington Model 1875 Single Action Revolver, #12405, .44 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, originally nickel finish, two-piece smooth walnut grips, with later added dovetail front sight and drilled for lanyard loop. Condition is good with little original finish remaining. Left grip panel with repair and minor loss at toe. Action is good, bore is good. Lanyard loop has been removed. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)

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Egyptian Contract Rem. M.1875 SA Revolver Egyptian Contract Rem. M.1875 SA Revolver

Egyptian Contract Rem. M.1875 SA Revolver

Lot #129 (Sale Order 129 of 779)

Egyptian Contract Remington Model 1875 Single Action Revolver, #1309, .44 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, originally with blue finish, one-piece ''FR'' cartouched walnut grips, with lanyard loop in butt. Condition is good showing signs of moderate general cleaning overall with approx. 15% blue in protected areas. Grips are crisp, action is tight, bore is near excellent. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Remington Model 1891 Target RB Pistol Remington Model 1891 Target RB Pistol

Remington Model 1891 Target RB Pistol

Lot #130 (Sale Order 130 of 779)

Remington Model 1891 Target Rolling Block Pistol, NVSN, .22 Short cal., 10'' part-round barrel, blue finish, original checkered walnut stock and forend. Condition is good as partially refinished. Frame shows light thinning to later blue; barrel has toned. Grips and forend with moderate flattening to checks. Rear sight blade is missing. Action is good, bore is fair. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)

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Gunsmith Customized Remington M.1891 RB Pistol Gunsmith Customized Remington M.1891 RB Pistol

Gunsmith Customized Remington M.1891 RB Pistol

Lot #131 (Sale Order 131 of 779)

Gunsmith Customized Remington Model 1891 Target Rolling Block Pistol, NVSN, .38 Spec. cal., 10'' ribbed barrel, blue finish, original checkered walnut stock and forend. Condition is excellent as finely altered, retaining approx. 92% original but lightly flaking blue. Checkers remain mostly sharp; two-piece forend with light nicks and scuffs. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Remington Model 1871 Army RB Pistol Remington Model 1871 Army RB Pistol

Remington Model 1871 Army RB Pistol

Lot #132 (Sale Order 132 of 779)

Remington Model 1871 Army Rolling Block Pistol, #1583, .50 CF cal., 8'' blue barrel, case hardened frame, with bright hammer and breechblock; walnut stock and forend cartouched ''CRS''. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% lightly thinning blue to barrel with wear at muzzle. Very light thinning to case colors and minor wear at high edges. Colors remain approx. 90% vivid. Walnut stock and handguard with light scuffs and minor dings from handling. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Pistol shows little use. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Ainsworth Inspected Colt SAA Revolver Ainsworth Inspected Colt SAA Revolver

Ainsworth Inspected Colt SAA Revolver

Lot #133 (Sale Order 133 of 779)

Ainsworth Inspected Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #12622, .45 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, with lightly cartouched one-piece walnut grips. Revolver features Ainsworth inspection marks to small parts; matching numbers to U.S. marked frame, triggerguard, backstrap, cylinder and barrel beneath ejector rod tube. Original ''OWA'' cartouche is unmistakable to grips. Condition is excellent as restored retaining approx. 99% blue/black finish to barrel, cylinder, backstrap, triggerguard and screws, with later type cyanide case hardened frame showing high percentage of finish as well. Grips are excellent with a very small loss to right toe. Action remains tight and crisp, bore is fine with just minor frosting. The grips alone are worth in excess of $2,000. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Antique)

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Antique Colt Frontier Six Shooter SAA Antique Colt Frontier Six Shooter SAA

Antique Colt Frontier Six Shooter SAA

Lot #134 (Sale Order 134 of 779)

Antique Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver, #148713, .44-40 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, with stag grips. Shipped Dec. 11, 1892, to Colt San Francisco Agency, with early factory letter verifying all features, except grips not listed. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 92% blue to barrel, cylinder, backstrap and triggerguard, with minor thinning and toning to cylinder and flaking to triggerguard. Frame shows 70% thinning case colors. Grips with nice mellow toning from age. Factory crisp action and mirror bright bore. A nice antique California Single Action revolver. Est.: $7,500-$10,000. (Antique)

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Early Colt Frontier Six Shooter Etched Panel SAA Early Colt Frontier Six Shooter Etched Panel SAA

Early Colt Frontier Six Shooter Etched Panel SAA

Lot #135 (Sale Order 135 of 779)

Early Colt Frontier Six Shooter Etched Panel Single Action Army Revolver, #75398, .44-40 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, blue screws and trigger, case hardened hammer, with one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd 1882. Condition is excellent with light even toning to nickel. Fire blued screws show very light deformation, yet still retain nearly all of their luster; forward triggerguard screw is nickel. Etched panel remains clear. Cylinder axle shows marring with scuffs and scratches to bottom portion of barrel just forward of axle. Grips with losses to finish at high edge near butt with minor scuffing and showing at least 90% varnish. Action is tight and solid with bright bore. A beautiful early etched panel revolver. Est.: $12,000-$18,000. (Antique)

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Antique Factory Eng'd Colt SAA Revolver Antique Factory Eng'd Colt SAA Revolver

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Lot #136 (Sale Order 136 of 779)

Exceptional Antique Factory Engraved Colt Single Action Revolver, #126596, .41 Colt cal., 4-3/4'' barrel with two-line address, blue finish with case hardened frame, and American eagle factory hard rubber grips with Rampant Colt logo. Revolver shows approx. 3/4 coverage appearing to be from the hand of Cuno Helfricht himself in his signature Germanic scroll and sunburst pattern. Factory letter verifies all features, as shipped to Hartley & Graham, New York, NY, on June 19, 1888, in a six-gun shipment. Condition is fine to near excellent as partially refinished retaining approx. 94% blue to barrel, cylinder, backstrap and triggerguard. Case hardened frame and hammer with just the lightest thinning at high edges. Grips with light even wear; grip screws show light wear to top of domes with very minor aberrations to slots in places. Action is crisp, bore is very good with light frosting. A fine example of an antique engraved Single Action Army, seldom seen in blue and case hardened finish. Est.: $25,000-$35,000. (Antique)

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Colt Rough Rider Single Action Army Revolver Colt Rough Rider Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Rough Rider Single Action Army Revolver

Lot #137 (Sale Order 137 of 779)

Colt Rough Rider Single Action Army Revolver, attributed to Albert P. Wright, 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry and Regimental Color Sgt. at San Juan Hill, frame #138236, .45 Colt cal., originally blue and case colored, now with old very light nickel plating, with one-piece walnut grip. This revolver was originally shipped to the Government Inspector at the Colt Factory on Feb. 18, 1891, as verified by factory letter. In a separate letter from noted author, historian and collector John Kopec, who has personally examined this firearm, states that this serial number falls between two other known Rough Rider revolvers numbered #138229 and #138271. He further states that before its issue to the Rough Riders, it was refurbished by the Springfield Armory, where shortly afterwards 500 of these such revolvers were requested to be shipped to Port Tampa City, FL. Although almost all of Troop C was left in Port Tampa City, Sgt. Wright was personally appointed to be the color bearer by then-Col. Leonard Wood due to his considerable height. Wright, like many of the enlisted members of the Rough Riders, was a cowboy from Arizona, and in his case, Yuma. Included with this historically significant revolver is a copy of a photograph of Sgt. Wright at Oyster Bay, Long Island, after the battle with the troop's colors, and Wright in uniform, looking much more like a cowboy than a trooper. His 6'6'' bearing was considered exceptionally tall for the day and Collier's Magazine photographed him, Theodore Roosevelt, and many other scenes that day. In this photograph Color Sgt. Wright stands with the stained and torn national colors, which had been constructed by the Women's Relief Corps of Phoenix and was presented to the Arizona Squadron of Volunteers at Prescott, and then carried throughout the Rough Rider's actions in Cuba. A later photograph of Albert Wright, ca. 1908, is included, which has accompanied this revolver over the past 100+ years. It is of further interest to note that Albert P. Wright became one of Theodore Roosevelt's life-long friends after their service together. In a New York Times article, dated Sept. 22, 1898, they quote a speech by Roosevelt upon his return to Oyster Bay, where he introduces Sgt. Wright, who was on the podium, and he in effect states that Wright was ''as solid as a rock in battle''. Later letters from Roosevelt to Wright place Wright in Manila, Philippine Islands, in late Sept. 1902, which corresponds to the provenance we received with the revolver, stating that Sylvia K. Hawkins, who served in the Quartermaster's Corps at this time in the Philippines, received the revolver and the photograph from Sgt. Wright. Mrs. Hawkins was born in 1872 and died in 1973. Upon her centennial birthday, she presented this revolver to a family member where it remained for over 40 years. Condition is fine with old nickel finish added, with moderate general toning, flaking to topstrap and portions of cylinder. No additional polishing was accomplished at time of refinishing. All markings are clear and grips with fractional shrinkage. Good functioning action, and bore is about fine. Revolver remains in as found condition with no internal cleaning or modification. A rare and historically interesting Colt Artillery revolver. Est.: $15,000-$25,000. (Antique)

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Antique Colt SAA Revolver Antique Colt SAA Revolver

Antique Colt SAA Revolver

Lot #138 (Sale Order 138 of 779)

Antique Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #110621, .45 Colt cal., 4-3/4'' barrel, nickel finish with blue screws and arbor, black powder frame, factory hard rubber grips, as shipped to Hartley & Graham, August 2, 1884, in a 50-gun shipment. All features are verified by factory letter. This revolver is unique in that it falls into the transitional period where the caliber designation is marked both on the barrel and front left triggerguard bow. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% original factory nickel with fingerprint size loss to right side near back side of hammer screw. Minor losses at edges of backstrap. Eagle hard rubber grips show just moderate flattening to checks. Action is good and crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $6,000-$8,000. (Antique)

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Colt Artillery Model Revolver, in/holster Colt Artillery Model Revolver, in/holster

Colt Artillery Model Revolver, in/holster

Lot #139 (Sale Order 139 of 779)

Colt Artillery Model Single Action Revolver, in holster, #2579 with correct mixed small parts, .45 Colt cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, smooth walnut RAC cartouched grips, in period arsenal shortened 1881/86 U.S. embossed black leather holster by Lanz, Owen & Co. One of a shipment of 150 revolvers, shipped from Colt to the Springfield Armory after conversion to Artilley Model, February 13, 1903, as per factory letter. Condition is excellent as factory refurbished, retaining approx. 92% blue to barrel, cylinder and triggerguard; backstrap retains 70% thinning blue, as does ejector rod housing. Frame with thinning and lightly toning case colors. Grips remain in excellent condition with minor oil darkening near metal surfaces. Action remains crisp and tight, bore is mirror bright. Holster remains in very good condition; markings have thinned somewhat. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (Antique)

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Antique Colt SAA Revolver Antique Colt SAA Revolver

Antique Colt SAA Revolver

Lot #140 (Sale Order 140 of 779)

Antique Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #145880, .45 Colt cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, blue finish, and stag grips. Mfg'd 1892, with 1950s factory barrel and cylinder, and early black powder frame. Condition is fine as refinished. Grips with mellow patina and general smoothing. Action is good and smooth, bore is good with light frosting. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)

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Lot #141 (Sale Order 141 of 779)

Antique Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #171463, .45 Colt cal., 4-3/4'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips. Mfg'd 1897, with correct two-line barrel address. Condition is very good retaining approx. 60% thinning and moderately toning blue. Case colors have darkened and silvered in spots. Grips with moderate flattening. Action is good and smooth, bore is fine. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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Colt 1st Gen. SAA Revolver Colt 1st Gen. SAA Revolver

Colt 1st Gen. SAA Revolver

Lot #142 (Sale Order 142 of 779)

Colt 1st Gen Single Action Army Revolver, #223064, .44-40 cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, factory hard rubber grips. Mfg'd 1902. Barrel roll-marked ''Colt Frontier Six Shooter''. Condition is fine as renickeled, retaining approx. 96% nickel finish with most of the losses to left recoil shield area. Front sight has been lowered. Grips show moderate wear and fracture emanating from left escutcheon. Action is good, bore is very good. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Copper Queen Colt SAA Revolver Copper Queen Colt SAA Revolver

Copper Queen Colt SAA Revolver

Lot #143 (Sale Order 143 of 779)

Copper Queen Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #290371, .44-40 cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, shipped to Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co., Bisbee, AZ, on March 11, 1907, in a six-gun shipment, with factory verifying all features, except for grips not listed. Left side of barrel roll-die marked ''Colt Frontier Six Shooter''. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 30% blue to barrel, cylinder and strap, mostly in protected areas, with faint but clear case hardened colors to frame. Screw slots remain straight. Grips are crisp, action is factory tight, bore is fine. A great gun with a neat history and in a somewhat scarce caliber for a Copper Queen revolver. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (C&R)

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Fox Studio mkd. 1st Gen. Colt SAA Fox Studio mkd. 1st Gen. Colt SAA

Fox Studio mkd. 1st Gen. Colt SAA

Lot #144 (Sale Order 144 of 779)

Fox Studio marked 1st Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #353747, .38-40 cal., 4-3/4'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, faux pearls grips. Mfg'd 1929. Bottom of barrel clearly marked ''Fox Studio''. Used in many movies and television shows from 1935-1990, and originally purchased by our consignor at the final auction held in Los Angeles of studio firearms and props in the early 1990s. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 65%-70% blue with very light hints of case colors, mostly in protected areas. Grips fit well with no losses. Action is crisp and tight, front sight has been shaved, bore is fine. A rare opportunity to own an iconic studio firearm from the Golden Age of American entertainment. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R)

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Universal Pictures mkd. 1st Gen. Colt SAA Universal Pictures mkd. 1st Gen. Colt SAA

Universal Pictures mkd. 1st Gen. Colt SAA

Lot #145 (Sale Order 145 of 779)

Universal Pictures marked 1st Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #204217, .38-40 cal., 4-3/4'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, two-piece rosewood grips. Mfg'd 1901. Left side of frame marked ''UP-16'' for Universal Pictures. Two-line 4-3/4'' barrel address, front sight has been neatly removed for quickdraw sequences in Universal productions. Used in many movies and television shows throughout the span of Universal Pictures, and originally purchased by our consignor at the final auction held in Los Angeles of studio firearms and props in the early 1990s. Universal Pictures, the forerunner of Universal Studios, Inc., was founded in 1912 by Carl Laemmle. In the early years, Universal was famous for their inexpensive melodramas, westerns, and serials. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 20%-30% thinning and lightly toning blue with very light hints of case colors, mostly in protected areas. Grips appear to be old studio replacements. Right side of frame with two small holes, possibly for prop master's tag. Action is crisp and tight, bore is fair from use with ''5 in 1'' studio blanks. A rare opportunity to own an iconic studio firearm from the Golden Age of American entertainment. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R)

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Copper Queen Colt SAA Revolver Copper Queen Colt SAA Revolver

Copper Queen Colt SAA Revolver

Lot #146 (Sale Order 146 of 779)

Copper Queen Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #266777, .45 Colt cal., 4-3/4'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, as shipped to Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co., Bisbee, AZ, May 23, 1905, in a four-gun shipment. Scarce as most Copper Queen guns are found in .32-20. Revolver later received a high quality period nickel finish and still retains its lightly toned case hardened hammer. Condition is excellent with light flaking to finish to one area of cylinder flats and just below patent date on frame. Nice overall mellow toning with moderate wear to grip checking. Revolver retains a smooth action with tight lockup, and bore is fine. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (C&R)

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1st Gen. Colt SAA Revolver 1st Gen. Colt SAA Revolver

1st Gen. Colt SAA Revolver

Lot #147 (Sale Order 147 of 779)

1st Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #231251, .32-20 cal., 5-1/2'' barrel, blue and case colored receiver, with two-piece select walnut grips. Mfg'd 1902, with correct standard one-line barrel address. High polish features include fire blued screws. Complete with 1950s era lined holster and tooled gun belt with incised carved floral patterns. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85%-90% blue with most of the thinning to the ejection port, highpoints of cylinder and backstrap. Case colors remain 65% vivid, as do the fire blue screws. Later grips fit and look very good. Action remains crisp, bore is very good and should clean somewhat. Holster and belt are in fine condition. Est.: $2,500-$4,000/set. (C&R)

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Lot #148 (Sale Order 148 of 779)

Antique 1st Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver, #141948, .38-40 cal., 4-3/4'' barrel, blue and nickel finish, two-piece simulated ivory grips. Factory letter verifies all features, except grips not listed, shipped to Walter Tips, Austin, Texas, August 1, 1901, with two guns in shipment. Purchased by our consignor from a former Knott's Berry Farm employee who used to rob the stagecoach several times a day. Condition is good with some replaced parts. Nickel frame shows light amateur engraving but retains approx. 95% of an old re-plate. Cylinder and barrel have been replaced and show moderate to heavy toning. Action locks up tight, bore is about fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Colt Thunderer Double Action Revolver Colt Thunderer Double Action Revolver

Colt Thunderer Double Action Revolver

Lot #149 (Sale Order 149 of 779)

Colt Thunderer Double Action Revolver, #31998, .41 Colt cal., 3-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, pearl grips. Mfg'd 1881. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 92% nickel finish. Pearl grips remain iridescent with no chips or losses. Crisp double action, hammer does not stay back on single; bore is fine with very light frosting in the grooves. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Colt M.1877 Lightning Sheriff's Model Revolver Colt M.1877 Lightning Sheriff's Model Revolver

Colt M.1877 Lightning Sheriff's Model Revolver

Lot #150 (Sale Order 150 of 779)

Colt Model 1877 Lightning Sheriff's Model Double Action Revolver, #166255, .38 Colt cal., 3-1/2'' ejectorless barrel, blue and case hardened finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips. Mfg'd 1909. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80% blue to barrel, 70% blue to cylinder, with most of the remaining finish in the flutes. Backstrap and triggerguard with thinning and toning in grip area. Case colors to frame remain approx. 85% vivid with thinning at high edges of recoil shield. Bright sides of hammer with moderate carbon spotting. Grips with flattening at highpoints, but with a good working crisp action and bore is fine. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)

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Scarce NY Eng'd Colt Model 1877 Thunderer Scarce NY Eng'd Colt Model 1877 Thunderer

Scarce NY Eng'd Colt Model 1877 Thunderer

Lot #151 (Sale Order 151 of 779)

Scarce New York Engraved Colt Model 1877 Thunderer Double Action Revolver, #12160, .41 cal., 3-1/2'' etched panel barrel, nickel finish, fire blued small parts, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with lightly engraved cylinder and barrel. Shipped to H&D Folsom Arms Co., New York, NY, July 2, 1879, with 50 guns in shipment, with factory letter verifying all features. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90%-92% nickel finish. Fire blued screws have thinned to approx. 20%-30%. Grips with light flattening. Action is crisp and tight, bore is fine. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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Early Colt 1877 Lightning DA Revolver

Lot #152 (Sale Order 152 of 779)

Early Colt Model 1877 Lightning Double Action Revolver, #15743, .38 Colt cal., 3-1/2'' ejectorless barrel, blue and case hardened finish, early checkered bird's head rosewood grips, in brown leather period single strap fold-over holster showing incised steerhead design. Mfg'd 1879. Revolver additionally features factory nickel silver front sight blade, acid etched panel, and long knurled cylinder arbor. Caliber is also marked to rear left triggerguard bow. Condition is fine to near excellent. Barrel retains approx. 85% thinning and toning blue. Front and back straps show 75%-80% blue. Sides of revolver remain strong retaining 80%+ thinning and toning case hardened colors. Cylinder has toned dark with traces of blue in flutes. Grips show light to moderate flattening. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Holster is very good. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Scarce Colt Model 1878 DA Revolver Scarce Colt Model 1878 DA Revolver

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Lot #153 (Sale Order 153 of 779)

Scarce Antique Colt Model 1878 Double Action Revolver, #40669, .32-20 cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips. It is interesting to note that in this particular configuration only 261 were mfg'd. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 85% blue with general thinning and toning and carbon spotting to bright sides of hammer. Moderate flattening to grip checks. Action is crisp and tight, bore is very good. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)

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Colt Model 1878 DA Revolver Colt Model 1878 DA Revolver

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Lot #154 (Sale Order 154 of 779)

Colt Model 1878 Double Action Revolver, #41701, .45 Colt cal., 7-1/2'' barrel, blue finish, pearl grips, with lanyard loop in butt. Mfg'd 1899. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% blue with minor losses at muzzle and moderate thinning to front and back straps. Pearl grips fit fractionally small with small assembly marks near frame pins. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $3,000-$4,000. (C&R)

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Stevens Offhand Target No. 35 Sgl Shot Pistol Stevens Offhand Target No. 35 Sgl Shot Pistol

Stevens Offhand Target No. 35 Sgl Shot Pistol

Lot #155 (Sale Order 155 of 779)

Stevens Offhand Target No. 35 Single Shot Pistol, #45020, .25 Stevens RF cal., 8'' part-round barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips, with adjustable rear sight. Condition is very good with minor pitting near muzzle and thinning at forward edges of frame. Grips are good with some oil darkening and light nicks. Action is good, bore is very good. Est.: $450-$600. (C&R)

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Rare S&W New Model No. 3 DA Revolver Rare S&W New Model No. 3 DA Revolver

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Lot #156 (Sale Order 156 of 779)

Rare Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 Double Action Revolver, #216, .38 Winchester Ctg. (.38-40), 6-1/2'' barrel, nickel finish, factory pearl grips with S&W medallions. One of just 276 mfg'd between 1900-1910. This revolver was shipped to Hibbard, Spencer & Bartlett, Chicago, IL, on May 29, 1907, with all features verified by factory letter. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 92% original factory nickel with most of the losses to high edges of cylinder with very light spotting overall. Grips remain in excellent condition with no losses or cracks. Action is good and tight, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (C&R)

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Rev. Cutter Serv. S&W Model No. 3 Revolver Rev. Cutter Serv. S&W Model No. 3 Revolver

Rev. Cutter Serv. S&W Model No. 3 Revolver

Lot #157 (Sale Order 157 of 779)

Revenue Cutter Service Smith & Wesson Model No. 3 Single Action Revolver, with factory letter, #23895, .44 S&W cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, case hardened triggerguard and hammer, with factory checkered walnut grips. Listed by serial number in the Standard Catalog of Smith & Wessons. In 1890 the Revenue Cutter Service, later to be named the U.S. Coast Guard, purchased approx. 140 No. 3 revolvers with 12 being issued to each ship or cutter, this gun being shipped June 27, 1890, and having the cylinder switched from a later serialized gun, also in the Revenue Cutter range, which is a common occurrence on this type revolver. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 70% thinning and toning blue with light to moderate micro-scratching overall. Grips show moderate flattening. Action remains crisp and tight, bore is excellent. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (Antique)

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Ensemble of Rev. Cutter Officer's Uniform Items Ensemble of Rev. Cutter Officer's Uniform Items

Ensemble of Rev. Cutter Officer's Uniform Items

Lot #158 (Sale Order 158 of 779)

Ensemble of Late 19th Century Revenue Cutter Officer's Uniform Items: (1) Beautiful officer's fore & aft hat, the interior of which is marked F.J. Heiberger/Military Furniture, 535 15th Street NW, Washington D.C.'' Condition is excellent with only very minor toning to some of the bullion coils. In japanned tin remaining in excellent condition, with minor scuffs and dents to exterior of case; interior is near perfect. (2) Additional tinned case consists of Revenue Cutter's Captain's dress epaulets by the same maker Heiberger. Interior of tin box remains in excellent condition; exterior with somewhat more scuffs and scratches than hat tin. (3) Slightly smaller box with Revenue Cutter's service epaulets, (both box and epaulets by Horstmann), for the rank of Captain, as well as bullion hat band and 17 uniform buttons; and a very scarce Revenue Cutter's officer's belt buckle of brass, with silver and gilt plate. Accompanied with a photo of the officer at the time of his graduation from the Academy in New London, CT. All are in fine condtion. Est.: $2,000-$3,000/lot.

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Recast Bronze, Hunting Dogs & Pheasant - P.J. Mene Recast Bronze, Hunting Dogs & Pheasant - P.J. Mene

Recast Bronze, Hunting Dogs & Pheasant - P.J. Mene

Lot #159 (Sale Order 159 of 779)

Nicely Executed Recast Bronze of Hunting Dogs and Pheasant, by 19th Century French master P.J. Mene, approx. 16''x8''x9'' high, on oak base. Condition is excellent with even golden patination to highpoints. Est.: $600-$800.

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50 Cartridges Winchester-Henry Ammo 50 Cartridges Winchester-Henry Ammo

50 Cartridges Winchester-Henry Ammo

Lot #160 (Sale Order 160 of 779)

Exceptional High Condition Box of Winchester-Henry Repeating Rifle Ammunition, 3rd Type Stetson's Patent, green labeled two-piece box, with side edge marked ''44 Flat RF''. Box contains 50 original rounds of long case single groove flat bullets with raised ''H'' headstamps. Dating from the late 1860s thru the early 1870s. Condition is excellent and, although not sealed, one of the short ends remains uncut, with label edges remaining crisp and straight with no losses; black ink is dark, crisp and vivid as well. This is by far the highest condition box of this type we have ever encountered. (See page 35 of the book, ''One Hundred Years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856-1956'', by Giles and Shuey.) Est.: $9,000-$18,000.

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50 Cartridges for Henry's Repeating Rifle 50 Cartridges for Henry's Repeating Rifle

50 Cartridges for Henry's Repeating Rifle

Lot #161 (Sale Order 161 of 779)

Extremely Rare and Desirable Civil War Era Straight Border Box, containing 50 Cartridges for Henry's Repeating Rifle. Cartridges are the short case pointed bullets, non-headstamp variety, mfg'd 1860-1863. Black-on-green label marked ''50 Cartridges for Henry's Repeating Rifle, manufactured by the New Haven Arms Co., New Haven, Conn. No. 44-100''. Condition is fine to near excellent with light soiling to the exposed kraft portion of box. Label with light even fading and one small area of discoloration to lower center portion. All corners to this two-piece box are tight. Cartridges remain in excellent condition with just light toning to copper portions of case. The perfect accessory for that minty 1st Model Henry rifle. (See page 130 of the book, ''One Hundred Years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856-1956'', by Giles and Shuey.) Est.: $12,500-$17,500.

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Brass Kittredge Cartridge Box Brass Kittredge Cartridge Box

Brass Kittredge Cartridge Box

Lot #162 (Sale Order 162 of 779)

Brass Kittredge Cartridge Box, as associated with Henry rifles, designed to carry loose bulk ammo, as opposed to the more conventional pouches with wooden blocks. Top of lid marked ''Patented, Jan. 27, 1863/Reissued Apl. 14, 63.'' On unique display stand. Condition is fine with moderate overall patination and just light scratches. Est.: $1,800-$2,400.

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One of the Finest Original 1st Model Henry Rifles One of the Finest Original 1st Model Henry Rifles

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Lot #163 (Sale Order 163 of 779)

One of the Finest Early Original 1st Model Henry Rifles known to exist, #1191, .44 RF cal., 24'' contoured octagon barrel, early humpback brass frame with original dovetail cut just behind ejection port, brass buttplate with early round heel, case hardened hammer and lever, blue trigger, barrel with correct early small format address stamping ''Henry's Patent Oct. 16. 1860./Manufact'd by the New Haven Arms Co. New Haven. Conn.''. Perchbelly varnished walnut buttstock, as mfg'd without sling swivels, matching numbered screws with vertically indexed screw slots that have been hand fitted to the contour of the rifle at their individual locations, with ladder type rear sight marked ''300-900'', as positioned in forward dovetail, and correct nickel silver squareback front sight, which began very near this serial number. Mfg'd in the Fall of 1862, with all correct early features. Factory inspection mark consists of a center punch dot located at the extreme end of the lower receiver tang. Original four-piece hickory cleaning rod is retained. Condition is exceptional. Barrel retains approx. 96% original lightly thinning and toning blue; frame with even toffee-colored patina. Hammer with vivid slightly darkened case colors and trace areas of thinning to left side at actioning area. Faint case colors beneath moderately toning lever. Upper and lower tang screws, as well as buttplate screws, retain nearly all of their original blue finish. Domed hammer and lever axle screws show some thinning to top edges. Stock retains nearly all of its original varnish with only light scuffs predominantly on the right side. Action remains exceptionally crisp, six-groove barrel is near mirror bright showing virtually no use. 1st Model Henry rifles in this condition are nearly nonexistent, as almost all were called to duty during the Civil War. Est.: $90,000-$120,000. (Antique)

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Ulrich Eng'd Winchester 1886 LA Rifle Ulrich Eng'd Winchester 1886 LA Rifle

Ulrich Eng'd Winchester 1886 LA Rifle

Lot #164 (Sale Order 164 of 779)

Ulrich Engraved Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle, #36153, .44 RF cal., 24'' blue octagon barrel, standard front and rear sights, scroll engraved with four open panels with light treatment to upper and lower tang, buttplate and forend cap, with smooth varnished walnut stock. Mfg'd approx. 1870. Condition is very good to near fine. Barrel and magazine tube retain approx. 30% moderately toning blue, which has turned brown. Engraved portions of brass frame with mild thinning to detail. Stock shows professionally accomplished repairs, as well as re-varnishing. Action functions well, bore is very good to near fine. Est.: $27,500-$32,500. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Musket Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Musket

Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Musket

Lot #165 (Sale Order 165 of 779)

Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Musket, #50327, .44 RF cal., 27'' barrel, brass frame, walnut stock, long forend, with sling swivels. Left side of frame beneath chamber area stamped ''308''. Marking just behind apex of lower tang ''Farrive'', with matching ''308'' to stock. Condition is good with nice pleasing patina to brass frame. Finish to barrel tube, bands, hammer and lever is mostly gone with light salt and pepper pitting. Stocks are very good with small dings, nicks, and oil staining. Action is good and functioning, bore is fine. Considered somewhat hard to find with only approx. 14,000 mfg'd prior to 1873. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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Winchester 1866 Lever Action SRC Winchester 1866 Lever Action SRC

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Lot #166 (Sale Order 166 of 779)

Named and Plated Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Saddlering Carbine, #97382, .44 RF cal., 20'' barrel, brass frame inscribed ''Jesus Morelas'', walnut forend and dark stained replacement stock, with brass buttplate and fixed rear sight. Mfg'd 1872. Condition is good retaining trace amounts of silver in protected areas of frame and lever. Inscription has thinned somewhat but remains clear. Barrel has toned a brown/gray. Mag tube may be a replacement. Action is in good order, bore is very good. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)

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1st Model Henry Repeating Rifle 1st Model Henry Repeating Rifle

1st Model Henry Repeating Rifle

Lot #167 (Sale Order 167 of 779)

1st Model Henry Repeating Rifle, by New Haven Arms, #2975, .44 RF cal., 24'' barrel, brass frame and buttplate. Mfg'd approx. Summer 1863, with all features consistent with 1st Model Henry rifles. Condition is good. Barrel with moderate overall toning. Filled hole at upper tang and repaired stock. Action is very good, bore is very good with light frosting in the grooves. Est.: $17,500-$24,000. (Antique)

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Partially Restored Deluxe Winchester 1873 LA Rifle Partially Restored Deluxe Winchester 1873 LA Rifle

Partially Restored Deluxe Winchester 1873 LA Rifle

Lot #168 (Sale Order 168 of 779)

Beautiful Partially Restored Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, #95647, .44-40 cal., 24'' blue octagon barrel, half mag, with case hardened frame, lever and hammer; checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and forend. As shipped July 25, 1882, with factory letter verifying all features. Condition is fine to near excellent with partial restoration by Turnbull Restorations. Barrel with correct markings and factory type blue/black finish, with light wear at high edges. Frame with lightly thinning and toning case colors, more pronounced on lever. Original buttstock with mild to just moderate flattening, light scuffs, and minor abrasions. Nicely patinaed very sharp corners to factory brass lifter. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $8,000-$12,000. (Antique)

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Scarce 3rd Model Winchester 1873 Lever Action Musk Scarce 3rd Model Winchester 1873 Lever Action Musk

Scarce 3rd Model Winchester 1873 Lever Action Musk

Lot #169 (Sale Order 169 of 779)

Scarce 3rd Model Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Musket, with angular bayonet, scabbard and leather hanger, #482005, .44-40 cal., 30'' three-banded round barrel, blue finish, case hardened lever and hammer, walnut musket buttstock and forend, with musket sights, sling swivels and trap in butt containing original cleaning rod. Correct unmarked bright metal angular bayonet with black lacquered chiseled nose scabbard, black leather belt hanger, and smooth brass swivel. Shipped from the warehouse April 26, 1895, with factory verification, and additional letter by George Madis, written in his own hand, discussing the scarcity of this bayonet and the markings on the throat of the scabbard ''McKenney's Pat. Jan. 12, 1886''. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining 92% thinning and toning factory blue, with most of the losses to left sideplate. Stocks with minor scuffs and oil darkening near metal surfaces. Niter-blue loading gate remains approx. 95% vivid with no real evidence of cartridge wear. Bayonet shows only the lightest carbon spotting with very small losses and thinning to lacquer finish of scabbard and light scuffing to leather hanger. Action functions as new, bore is mirror bright with very minor toning near muzzle. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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Spec. Order Long Barrel Winchester 1873 Rifle Spec. Order Long Barrel Winchester 1873 Rifle

Spec. Order Long Barrel Winchester 1873 Rifle

Lot #170 (Sale Order 170 of 779)

Special Order Long Barrel Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, #295555, .32 WCF cal., 30-3/4'' octagon barrel, double ring mag tube with set trigger, blue finish, walnut stock and forend. Mfg'd 1889. Factory information states this rifle was originally shipped with a 32'' barrel. Condition is good retaining approx. 80% thinning and toning blue with some lightly deformed screw slots. Oil darkening to wood stock where it contacts metal. Functioning set trigger and oversized replacement dustcover screw. Action is good, bore is fair. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)

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

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #171 (Sale Order 171 of 779)

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, #458556, .32 WCF cal., 24'' octagon barrel, blue finish, walnut stock. Mfg'd 1893. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 40%-60% thinning and moderately toning blue, with small gash to left side of magazine tube that does not appear to affect function. Replacement non-factory rear sight. Nicely figured walnut stock with initials to right cheekpiece area. Action is in good working order, as is dustcover; bore is good. Est.: $1,000-$1,800. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1873 Carbine Winchester Model 1873 Carbine

Winchester Model 1873 Carbine

Lot #172 (Sale Order 172 of 779)

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Carbine, #428887B, .44-40 cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and handguard. Mfg'd 1892. Condition is good to very good showing little original finish in protected areas. Stocks with light to just moderate scuffs, dings and losses; small fracture at bottom of forend. Most screw slots show damage. Action is fair, bore is fair to good. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #173 (Sale Order 173 of 779)

Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle, #51531, .40-60 cal., 28'' octagon barrel, blue finish, walnut stock. Mfg'd 1884. Rifle retains all standard features except barrel length. Condition is very good retaining approx. 20% thinning and toning blue. Stock with light sanding. Action is crisp, bore is good to very good. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Rifle Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Rifle

Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Rifle

Lot #174 (Sale Order 174 of 779)

Early Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Lever Action Rifle, #518, .32 WCF cal., 28'' octagon barrel of No. 1 weight, plain trigger, blue barrel, case hardened frame, walnut stock and forend. Shipped April 1, 1886, with copy of factory letter verifying all features. Condition is very good. Frame shows approx. 20% original lightly mottled case colors that have silvered in places and darkened in others. Barrel retains 20% thinning original blue. Stock with light scuffs and knackering, and minor darkening near metal surfaces. Rear upper tang screw with bird slot. Additional hole has been drilled in tang for sight, which is now neatly plugged with screw. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $2,400-$3,000. (Antique)

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Deluxe Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Deluxe Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall

Deluxe Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall

Lot #175 (Sale Order 175 of 779)

Deluxe Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle, #2424, .40-60 cal., 30'' octagon barrel of No. 3 weight marked just forward the forend, blue finish, case hardened receiver, lever, block, hammer and crescent buttplate; set trigger, standard sights, XXX fancy checkered walnut stock and forend, with ebony insert at forend and pistol-grip cap. Left side of lower tang marked with assembly number 928 and three X's. Interior of buttplate at toe additionally marked 928. Mfg'd 1886. Condition is excellent as professionally restored. Blue parts are correct Winchester blue/black color. Case colors are vivid and crisp showing only the very slightest wear at high edges. Original wood has been professionally refurbished to near perfect, with the exception of minor oil darkening where they contact metal parts. Set trigger functions as designed. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Antique)

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Custom Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Custom Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall

Custom Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall

Lot #176 (Sale Order 176 of 779)

Custom Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Single Shot Rifle, NVSN, .218B cal., 24'' medium-weight barrel, high cheekpiece pistol-grip stock, with factory checkered steel buttplate and oversized forend. Adjustable double set trigger, with custom finger spur lever. Topped with Litschert 10-power scope with adjustable rings and scope covers. Condition is excellent as modified retaining approx. 98%+ of an expertly accomplished refinish at time of conversion. Stock is excellent with just minor scuffs from handling. Action is crisp, bore is bright, functioning set trigger, scope with bright optics. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Rare Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle Rare Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Rare Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #177 (Sale Order 177 of 779)

Rare Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #30984, .50 Express (50/110) cal., 26'' half-octagon barrel, half magazine (button type), blue and case hardened finish, crescent butt, standard early Winchester Express three-leaf sight with platina bands, Lyman No. 3 gold bead front sight, with straight plain varnished walnut stock. Mfg'd 1889, with all features verified by factory letter. This rifle remains in its original as-shipped configuration. Early Winchester Model 1886 rifles with case hardened frames in this caliber are one of the singularly most desirable Winchester lever action rifles and are considered extremely scarce in any condition, with less than 50 examples produced in this configuration. This rifle remains in near excellent original condition retaining approx. 97% original factory blue to barrel, bolt and loading gate, with very light thinning, toning and micro-scratching. Case hardened frame, hammer and lever retain approx. 95% vivid case colors with just light toning and minor silvering to high edges. Toning is slightly more pronounced to the balance point just forward of lever. Originally case colored crescent buttplate shows moderate toning and silvering. Upper tang shows past evidence of a tang sight and all screw slots remain mostly straight and true. (This tang sight was probably added and removed after the rifle left the factory in July of 1889.) Hammer and lever with just the lightest wear in actioning areas. Front sight's gold bead has gone missing over the years which only lends to this rifle's credibility and originality. Stock retains nearly all of its original varnish with minor scuffs and scratches with small pressure dings. Action remains crisp, bore is excellent. It is of particular interest that this firearm remains in its original as-discovered condition appearing mostly uncleaned, probably never disassembled, and with no touch-ups, repairs or enhancements. Est.: $27,500-$37,500. (C&R)

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Spec. Order Winchester 1886 Lever Action Rifle Spec. Order Winchester 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Spec. Order Winchester 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #178 (Sale Order 178 of 779)

Special Order Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #85048, .40-65 cal., 30'' octagon barrel, half magazine, rear portion of barrel is not cut for rear sight and specified in letter, blue and case hardened finish, Lyman front and tang sights, smooth walnut stock. Shipped Jan. 20, 1894, with factory letter verifying all features. Condition is good to very good. Frame retains approx. 35% original case hardening with some areas of vivid hues; left side with pitting along top edge. Barrel has toned brown with some minor pitting to left side as well. Stock with light scuffs and scratches, and thinning to finish in handling areas. Action is good and crisp, bore is very good to fine with just light frosting. Est.: $2,800-$3,500. (Antique)

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Ultra-Rare Win. 1886 Ulrich Eng'd Deluxe Rifle Ultra-Rare Win. 1886 Ulrich Eng'd Deluxe Rifle

Ultra-Rare Win. 1886 Ulrich Eng'd Deluxe Rifle

Lot #179 (Sale Order 179 of 779)

Ultra-Rare Winchester Model 1886 Ulrich Engraved Half-Nickel Takedown Deluxe Rifle, #94983, .45-70 cal., 26'' blue octagon barrel, nickel frame, barrel extension and forend cap; with $2.00 engraving, deluxe checkered pistol-grip walnut stock, shotgun butt, with Lyman tang, standard buckhorn rear, and Lyman ivory bead front sights. As shipped November 28, 1894, on Special Order 1280, with factory letter verifying all features, including sights. This Ulrich engraved rifle features floral motifs with triple circle framed young buck deer in clearing; left side with banknote type scroll engraving, which is repeated again at forend, on barrel extension, and at belly of frame. Stock appears to be at least XXX wood, with tapered ebony inlay at pistol-grip cap. Condition is excellent with mild toning to barrel and mag tube, with some thinning in the actioning areas as well as the takedown area. Nickel frame retains approx. 96% lightly flaking nickel with most of the losses to the upper left corner of frame just forward of hammer. Loading gate retains approx. 75% of its original niter-blue colors. Stock with very light marks from handling; checks show only the lightest flattening. Action remains crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $50,000-$75,000. (Antique)

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Exceptional Winchester 1886 Takedown Rifle

Lot #180 (Sale Order 180 of 779)

Exceptional Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Takedown Rifle in .50 Express, #139283, 26'' octagon barrel, blue finish, standard walnut stock and forend, with standard three-leaf Express rear sight, and ivory bead Lyman front sight. As shipped March 22, 1909, with factory letter verifying all features. It is interesting to note that Express rifles cost $9.00 more at this time due to the hand fitting necessary to make the parts function optimally with the large caliber cartridges. The letter additionally mentions that this rifle was mfg'd to accept high-velocity cartridges and is considered quite scarce with originally only 182 mfg'd with full octagon barrels, of which 86 had takedown frames. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97%+ original factory blue with light thinning at high edges, and minor micro-scratching to side of blue frame. Stock with light scuffs and scratches, and thinning to varnish on forend. Action remains crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $35,000-$50,000. (C&R)

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Rare .50-110 Express Cartridge Box, by Winchester Rare .50-110 Express Cartridge Box, by Winchester

Rare .50-110 Express Cartridge Box, by Winchester

Lot #181 (Sale Order 181 of 779)

Rare 50-110 Express Blue Label Two-Piece Cartridge Box, by Winchester, one of the most collectible of all Winchester cartridges and cartridge boxes, introduced in the late-1880s. All cartridges have the correct ''raised X'' on the copper tube in the nose of the bullet. (See Giles & Shuey, page 160.) Condition is excellent with clear markings, vivid sky blue label, and only light toning from age. A solid bright-colored box, and a great find for a cartridge, cartridge box, or Winchester Model 1886 collector. Est.: $1,500-$2,000.

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Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Express Rifle Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Express Rifle

Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Express Rifle

Lot #182 (Sale Order 182 of 779)

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Takedown Express Rifle, #124735, .50-100-450 cal., 26'' octagon barrel, blue finish, smooth straight grip walnut stock and handguard, Express rear and platinum bead front sights, and plain trigger. Shipped from the warehouse June 28, 1902, with factory letter. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 92%-94% original factory blue with light wear to high edges and micro-scratching to flat side of frame. Hammer and lever retain approx. 60% toning and lightly thinning case colors. Stock fits proud with light scuffs and dings and additional coat of varnish. Action remains crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $32,500-$42,500. (C&R)

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Scarce Winchester Model 1886 Express Carbine Scarce Winchester Model 1886 Express Carbine

Scarce Winchester Model 1886 Express Carbine

Lot #183 (Sale Order 183 of 779)

Scarce Winchester Model 1886 Express Carbine, #118481, .50 Express cal., 22'' barrel, case hardened frame, lever and buttplate; walnut stock and handguard, with three-leaf Winchester Express rear sight and old style sling swivels, as shipped from the warehouse Feb. 22, 1899, on Special Order 1228, with factory letter. Considered to be one of the most desirable non-embellished configurations for any Winchester Model 1886. This Carbine remains in near excellent condition retaining approx. 97% blue to barrel and mag tube with most of the losses at highpoints of barrel bands. Frame retains approx. 90%+ vivid case hardened hues with losses to balance point, chamber area, and high edges. Stock with light impressions and minor scuffs. Action remains crisp and tight suggesting very little use, bore is minty bright. Formerly in the Wes Adams collection. Est.: $27,500-$35,000. (C&R)

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

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #184 (Sale Order 184 of 779)

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #145077, .33 WCF cal., 24'' tapered barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut checkered stock, with shotgun type butt and hard rubber Winchester buttplate. Mfg'd 1907. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 94% thinning and lightly toning blue. Frame has been drilled and taped for a receiver sight. Rear sight made from a slightly later era sight. Stock shows moderate flattening but few scratches and scuffs. Action remains crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)

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Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #185 (Sale Order 185 of 779)

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #69972, .38-56 WCF cal., 26'' octagon barrel, originally with blue and case hardened finish, standard walnut stock and forend. Mfg'd 1892. Condition is good to very good. Case hardened frame has mostly silvered. Barrel has been carefully cleaned and shows only light patina over mostly white metal. Stock with minor oil darkening and light scuffs. Action is good and functioning, bore is very good. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #186 (Sale Order 186 of 779)

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #140979, .33 WCF cal., 24'' round barrel, blue finish, factory shotgun butt walnut stock, with standard rifle rear sight, and Lyman ivory bead front sight. Mfg'd 1906. Hammer shape has been lightened and contoured for faster lock-up time. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 92% thinning blue to barrel and magazine tube. Frame retains approx. 30%-40% blue. Stock and forend retain approx. 85% original varnish with light scuffs, scratches and oil darkening, with small hole for sling swivel. Hard rubber buttplate shows light flattening and some nicks to border, but with no cracks or losses. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #187 (Sale Order 187 of 779)

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #117429, .45-70 cal., 21-1/2'' octagon barrel, half mag, blue finish, smooth walnut stock and forend. Condition is good as modified. Barrel has been re-bored from a different caliber. Rifle shows approx. 97%+ of an old immersion re-blue. Stock with losses near upper tang. Action is crisp, bore is fair. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)

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Antique Winchester 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #188 (Sale Order 188 of 779)

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #18726, .45-70 cal., 24'' round barrel, blue finish, custom high-comb dark stained birch stock, with red ramp front sight and Williams peep rear sight. Mfg'd 1888. Condition is about fine as professionally restored and reconfigured, retaining approx. 94% immersion blue with thinning to top of barrel. Rear sight dovetail has been filled. Stock shows light scuffs and dings. Action remains crisp, bore is bright, with tuned triggerpull. A great antique Big Bore firearm with many modern features. Est.: $600-$800. (Antique)

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Winchester Model 94 Lever Action SRC Winchester Model 94 Lever Action SRC

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action SRC

Lot #189 (Sale Order 189 of 779)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddlering Carbine, #1031906, .30 WCF cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut stock, with Marbles tang sight. Mfg'd 1928. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 60% original blue. Stock with light scuffs and minor toning. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Lot #190 (Sale Order 190 of 779)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1068259, .30 WCF cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut stock. Mfg'd 1929. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 75% original blue with almost all the losses to barrel bands and frame. Stock with light scuffs and minor toning. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #191 (Sale Order 191 of 779)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle, #928420, .30 WCF cal., 26'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock. Mfg'd 1923. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 80% original finish. Stock with scuffs and scratches and retaining approx. 40% original varnish. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)

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Rare Deluxe Special Order Winchester 1892 Carbine Rare Deluxe Special Order Winchester 1892 Carbine

Rare Deluxe Special Order Winchester 1892 Carbine

Lot #192 (Sale Order 192 of 779)

Extremely Rare Deluxe Special Order Winchester Model 1892 Saddlering Carbine, #80602, .44-40 cal., 20'' barrel, case hardened frame, 2x fancy checkered pistol-grip stock, as shipped from the warehouse Sept. 10, 1897, with factory letter verifying all features. Rear sight is the old style three-leaf Express with platina bands and marked ''50-1-2''. Condition is excellent as professionally restored by Roger's Winchesters in Orange County, Calif. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 98% factory black/blue, with light thinning and wear to both barrel bands. Case hardened frame with thinning and toning to high edges and minor wear at balance point. Replacement stock and forend are made from the correct type flame grain walnut which fit impeccably. Finely hand-checkered pistol grip and forend area mimic the original pattern precisely. Case hardened buttplate shows mellow toning. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. A near one-of-a-kind Deluxe example of one of the most popular lever carbines produced. Est.: $10,000-$20,000. (Antique)

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Scarce Winchester Model 94 Saddlering Carbine

Lot #193 (Sale Order 193 of 779)

Scarce Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddlering Carbine, #987189, .25-35 WCF cal., 20'' round barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut stock with steel Carbine buttplate. Mfg'd 1926 and considered quite scarce in this caliber. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 92% blue to barrel and mag tube, and 40% blue to frame due to its high nickel content. Stock with light scuffs and very minor nicks. Action is crisp, bore is good. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Lot #194 (Sale Order 194 of 779)

Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #366242, .25-35 cal., 26'' octagon barrel, blue finish, walnut stock. Mfg'd 1906. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% thinning and toning blue with most of the losses to the receiver. Stock with minor scuffs and oil darkening. Action is good and functioning, bore is fine. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1894 Saddlering Carbine

Lot #195 (Sale Order 195 of 779)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddlering Carbine, #433885, .30 WCF cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, gumwood stock with metal Carbine buttplate, Marbles tang and rear sights and ivory bead front sight. Mfg'd 1908. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 90%+ thinning blue with general micro-scratching to flat sides of frame. Stock with minor scuffs and thinning to finish. Later added Winchester type sling swivel eyelets. Action is good, bore is fine. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)

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Custom Carved Winchester 1894 Carbine Custom Carved Winchester 1894 Carbine

Custom Carved Winchester 1894 Carbine

Lot #196 (Sale Order 196 of 779)

Custom Carved Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine, with period scabbard, #1161781, .32 WS cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, hand carved walnut stock and forend, Mfg'd 1937. Condition is very good. Barrel and mag tube retain approx. 92% finish with thinning to both barrel bands. Frame shows very little original finish due to nickel content in steel. Walnut stocks are neatly adorned with grizzly bears, mountain lions, and foliate work to forend. Rear sight elevator is missing. Action remains crisp, bore is bright. Scabbard shows light use. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #197 (Sale Order 197 of 779)

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #150250, .30 WCF cal., 26'' octagon barrel, originally blue finished, smooth walnut stocks with crescent buttplate, and standard front and rear sights. Mfg'd 1899. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 40% thinning blue to barrel and mag tube, and only trace amounts of blue to frame in protected areas. Stock with thinning to varnish, darkening, small repairs, and light fractures where buttstock comes into contact with rear of frame. Action is crisp, bore is good with light frosting in grooves. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)

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Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Short Rifle Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Short Rifle

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Short Rifle

Lot #198 (Sale Order 198 of 779)

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Short Rifle, #824653, .30 WCF cal., 19-1/2'' octagon barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, with crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1918. (Unfortunately records are not available for this serial number range, but the forend measures 1'' shorter than standard.) Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 75%-80% thinning and toning blue. Stocks with light scuffs and scratches and slight darkening. Action is good, bore is fair. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)