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Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 756)
6mm caliber in very good condition with factory cardboard box; another is a Mondial Valor Model 199 in .22 caliber for crimped blanks in factory cardboard box and in good condition; the last is a Mondial Model 99X in 22 caliber for crimped blanks in factory cardboard box in very good condition. (non-guns). Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 756)
#26186760. The rifle is in like new condition with the original shipping box. The rifle features a 22” barrel and full-length magazine. The barrel, magazine and receiver show only light storage marks. The smooth wood stock is in excellent condition with a plastic butt plate. The bore is very good, the action crisp and markings are sharp. This one looks as if it has never been fired. Est.: $50-$100. (Modern).
Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 756)
Serial #49931. The pistol is in very good overall condition with a 5 ½” barrel. The pistol retains the majority of its blued finish with edge wear, loss of finish on the cylinder and light surface rust on the hammer noted. The barrel is marked made in Western Germany. The faux stag grips are in very good condition showing small handling and storage marks. The bore is good, the action crisp and markings are sharp. Est.: $50-$100. (Modern).
Lot # 3a (Sale Order: 4 of 756)
caliber, serial #26746. The rifle is in good overall condition as sporterized. The rifle features a 25” barrel with a ramp front and military tangent rear sights. The barrel and action retain a significant amount of their military finish with numerous military proofs on the front ring and dated 1941 at the wrist. The smooth wood stocks have been redone and shortened as sporterized. The stocks are in good condition with small mars and compressions. The butt stock ends with a brass butt plate with trap. The bore is fair, the action crisp and markings are sharp. Est.: $50-$100. (C+R).
Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 5 of 756)
E 189, in overall good condition displaying a brown patina to metal surfaces, good action, good bore and stocks that show scattered mars and scratches from carry and storage and a small old chip to the butt stock behind the upper tang; correct Stevens checkered hard rubber butt plate. (Modern/PPT). Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 6 of 756)
barrel, nickel finish, checkered owl’s head hard rubber grips, S/N 1535, in overall fair to good condition with working action, visible markings, considerable original frosted nickel finish with flaked areas gone to a brown patina; bottom of right grip shows an old loss. (C&R/PPT). Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 7 of 756)
checkered wood stock, wood ramrod, no visible S/N, dark patina, missing right hammer; a good “wall hanger”. (Antique). Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 8 of 756)
12” in height and 11” in diameter; very good condition. Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 9 of 756)
and 14” in diameter at rim; very good condition. Est.: $50-$75.
Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 10 of 756)
never used. Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 11 of 756)
great decorator. Est.: $50-$75.
Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 12 of 756)
checkered owl’s head hard rubber grips, S/N 15998, in overall good condition with areas of original blue finish remaining, good action, good markings and good grips. Bore should clean to overall good. (C&R/PPT). Est.: $60-$120.
Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 13 of 756)
approximately 5.5” x 6.5”; covers a litany of promised cures for illnesses, etc. Est.: $25-$50.
Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 14 of 756)
and wood; sold as parts. (Antique). Est.: $100-$200.
Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 15 of 756)
height and 8” in diameter at rim; very good condition. Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 16 of 756)
checkered hard rubber grips, no visible S/N, in overall fair to good condition showing the majority of its original frosted nickel finish, good markings and grips; action needs work and the cylinder pin is missing. (C&R/PPT). Est.: $100-$200.
Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 17 of 756)
finish, smooth wood grips, possibly old replacements; no visible S/N; good action, scattered areas of nickel finish, good markings, nicely fitted thick grips. (Antique). Est.: $100-$200.
Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 18 of 756)
frame, checkered wood grip, no visible S/N, in overall good condition showing an old cleaning to metal surfaces, good grips, Belgian proofed, action does not stay on full cock. (Antique). Est.: $150-$300.
Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 19 of 756)
brass straps, wood grips, S/N 1138, in overall good to very good condition. (Percussion). Est.: $150-$300.
Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 20 of 756)
trigger, S/N 14039; overall very good condition with majority of its blued finish to barrel mixed with some scattered pinprick pitting; very good bore, crisp action, sharp markings; taffy colored patina to brass frame; very good grips. (Antique). Est.: $200-$400.
Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 21 of 756)
by legendary actor John Wayne entitled “America, Why I Love Her”. Est.: $50-$100.
Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 22 of 756)
barrel, wood grip; unmarked, taffy colored patina to brass, working action, good grips with some old mars from carry and storage. (Antique). Est.: $200-$400.
Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 23 of 756)
pistol with engraved nipple shield and horn grips, .32 caliber, 3.25” barrels, grey patina to metal surfaces; in overall good condition with a good action, even patina and what appear to be old replacement horn grips. (Antique). Est.: $200-$400.
Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 24 of 756)
trigger guard and butt cap, 6.5” octagon barrel, full stocked checkered wood with wood ramrod in overall good condition displaying a crisp action, dark patina to metal surfaces and overall good wood with an old crack on the left side of the wood from the breech to the front of the trigger assembly. (Antique). Est.: $250-$500.
Lot # 26 (Sale Order: 25 of 756)
The rifle is in good overall condition with a 24” barrel with a ramp front and military style tangent rear sights. The barrel retains the majority of its blued finish with small losses of finish noted at the muzzle. The receiver is Nazi marked in three places and retains significant blued finish. The front ring is marked, “duv” and “42”. The smooth wood military stock is in good condition with mars and compressions consistent with service use. The front fore end has been shortened with the stock cut. The stock is serialized to the receiver and ends with a metal butt plate showing moderate to heavy surface rust. The lot includes a period, leather military style sling. The bore is very good, the action crisp and markings are sharp on this World War II era Mauser. Est.: $250-$350.