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Featuring: Firearms Antique & Modern, Jewelry New & Estate, American Indian Artifacts, Western Art, Antiques including a vintage lighter collection and Many historic and important items to be sold.
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1866 Winchester carbine in .44 rimfire caliber, S/N 162767. In very

1866 Winchester carbine in .44 rimfire caliber, S/N 162767. In very

Lot # 236 (Sale Order: 276 of 756)

good plus original condition showing strong traces of blue mixing with a natural patina. Original small parts, bands and springs. Very crisp frame with light patina and tight side plates showing only slight aging. Most original bright blue on the loading gate. Very good plus to almost fine stocks with just slight and minor imperfections and age. A far above average late 1866 carbine in the era when 73 sights and butt plates were interchangeable on both models. (Antique) Est.: $10,000-$20,000

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18KT white gold Aximun man’s automatic wristwatch sold by Buckhead Jewelers

18KT white gold Aximun man’s automatic wristwatch sold by Buckhead Jewelers

Lot # 237 (Sale Order: 277 of 756)

in Atlanta, GA and retailed for $79,000. It weighs over 8.5 oz. of 18KT white gold with 32 fine quality diamonds on the bezel. It has a handcrafted movement made in Germany and has 4 complications on dial plus date and 8 high quality diamonds. This watch is often sold to pro athletes. The least expensive watch they sell costs $40,000 and Floyd Mayweather paid $120,000 for his. This watch purportedly belonged to 50 cent who is the 2nd top selling rap artist of all time. It was sold by his bodyguard. In near new condition. Note: German made precise mechanical chronograph movement. Est.: $10,000-$20,000

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Magnificent Estate Piece 7.34 carat Ceylon colored Blue Sapphire and Diamond

Magnificent Estate Piece 7.34 carat Ceylon colored Blue Sapphire and Diamond

Lot # 237a (Sale Order: 278 of 756)

Ring featuring a fabulous oval blue sapphire surrounded by 30 round cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.50 carats with F-G colors and VS clarity set in a dynamic woven design crafted in 14 karat yellow gold and measuring 18 x18 mm. Please see Full Appraisal at $40,000.00 Estimates $15,000-$20,000

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Colt Single Action Army revolver, factory engraved, pearl grips, nickel with

Colt Single Action Army revolver, factory engraved, pearl grips, nickel with

Lot # 238 (Sale Order: 279 of 756)

gold cylinder; shipped May 12, 1880 2 guns in shipment, S/N 56305. Its mate, S/N 56304 was matching in all features and both were shipped on the same date to B. Kittredge and Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. SAA #56304 was sold recently at auction for $80,000 on the hammer and the right grip was incised carved and inked “Presented to/Frank Stewart/by his friend/W. S. Moore”. This subject revolver (#56305) has long been in the hands of a ranching family who moved to the San Fernando Valley and obtained it from Tom Talle of Varmejo Park, New Mexico before 1930. Accompanying the gun is an old typewritten transcript letter alleging history as being taken from the body of a law officer killed by “Billy the Kid”. The letter also states the gun was given to Nick Chaffin an “old Texas Ranger” and then to Clarence Woody from whom the gun was obtained by our consignor’s relations. The right grip bears beautifully incised carved and inked initials “F” with intertwined “S” presumed to be Frank Stewart

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Winchester Model 1873 lever action SRC, .44-40 caliber, 20” round barrel,

Winchester Model 1873 lever action SRC, .44-40 caliber, 20” round barrel,

Lot # 239 (Sale Order: 280 of 756)

blued finish, wood stocks, S/N 186791, in overall excellent condition displaying 90-95% original finish, minty bore, crisp action, sharp markings and fine to excellent stocks; they don’t get much better than this one! (Antique). Est.: $19,000-$23,000.

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1860 Henry carbine, serial #6850. Punch dot and scratch inscribed with

1860 Henry carbine, serial #6850. Punch dot and scratch inscribed with

Lot # 240 (Sale Order: 281 of 756)

decorated stock and attribution to ownership by Yellowstone Kelly.The “UU” on top of receiver is the Indian sign for ‘tracks to follow’. There is the name TA-DO, which in Indian sign means ‘meat getter’, and other punch-dot markings and scratching of “K” for Kelly. The right side of the buttstock is carved with star geometrics and “UPRR”, and other white paint marks which were identifications. According to George Madis this Henry was purchased from the heirs of Yellowstone Kelly in 1963. Also, Kelly in his memoirs written in 1868, recants that he bought a Henry carbine and “killed many buffalo with it”. Yellowstone Kelly was chief scout for General Nelson miles in the Indian War period and was one of the most famous individuals in the Old West. He was chief scout in the pursuit of Sitting Bull after the Custer massacre and he knew the Sioux Indian tribe and their language. The carbine shows a brown patina finish, some light to slightly heavy pitting on the barrel, good markings, a period replaced

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Exceptional ladies ring featuring a center 2.02 carat Fancy Yellow diamond

Exceptional ladies ring featuring a center 2.02 carat Fancy Yellow diamond

Lot # 240a (Sale Order: 282 of 756)

of VS clarity and surrounded by 96 ‘IDEAL’ cut diamonds weighing approx. 2.00 carats of F-G colors set in a 14 karat white gold labor intensive setting. Retail $26,000-$30,000 Estimates $15,000-$20,000 Please see Full GIA appraisal.

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Desirable original period inscribed and engraved Henry rifle, .44RF caliber, 24”

Desirable original period inscribed and engraved Henry rifle, .44RF caliber, 24”

Lot # 241 (Sale Order: 283 of 756)

octagon barrel, brass frame, wood butt stock, S/N 11542. Inscription on right side of frame states “To Henry E. Darby/From his Friends/Cincinnati Ohio/May 6, 1867” and is trimmed in scroll engraving; left side of frame shows a spread American Eagle at the center of the frame, also trimmed with scroll engraving. The barrel shows a grey patina with some original muted blue in protected areas; minor spots of erosion and a couple old nicks on the right side at mid-barrel; crisp action, good bore and beautiful taffy colored patina to brass frame and butt plate. The wood stock is overall good to very good with the classic Henry “bump” just below the left side attached sling swivel. Accompanying this Henry are two files with numerous color photos of the rifle and information on the production details of the Henry rifle plus copies of National Archives documents related to Pvt. Darby’s service. Also included is a copy of an August 2, 1992 letter from the late well-known Winchester

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Ballard Model 7-(A-1) long range rifle in .44-100 caliber with a

Ballard Model 7-(A-1) long range rifle in .44-100 caliber with a

Lot # 241a (Sale Order: 284 of 756)

34” barrel and target sights documented as originally belonging to Buffalo Bill Cody and traded to the “Mormon Avenger” Porter Rockwell, S/N 801. The documentation consists of a notarized affidavit dated 20, August 1938 and signed by Gary Whipple who was an early Salt Lake, Utah pioneer gunsmith. He states he acquired Ballard rifle #801 in 1885 and that it had been brought into the state in 1874 or 75 by Buffalo Bill and Wild Bill Hickock who held an exhibition of long range shooting on the site of the capital while promoting a western tour of their show. After the amazing shoot Porter Rockwell traded Cody a span of white horses for this rifle. Whipple states he obtained the rifle in 1885 from Josh Whitman of the Whitman Campbell saloon who obtained the rifle from Horace Rockwell, grandson of Porter Rockwell. The rifle was sold to Stan Jorgeson of Provo, UT by Whipple in 1938 with this document. James Serven obtained the rifle from Jorgeson and sold it to Harold’s Club for their collection in Reno, Nevada.

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One of only two Exhibition French hammerless SxS 4 smoothbore by

One of only two Exhibition French hammerless SxS 4 smoothbore by

Lot # 242 (Sale Order: 285 of 756)

Petiot with 32” barrels, blued finish to barrels, full length polished rib, brass bead front sight, coin finished receiver with relief engraving, double triggers, tang mounted safety, smooth wood stocks with palm swell to the pistol grip and beavertail forend, 15.5” LOP to a smooth finished butt; S/N 1789.1989; crisp actions, appears tight on face, retains majority of what appears to be original blued finish on barrels; wood is very good with small storage and handling mars but nothing serious. A massive European SxS with deluxe wood. Est.: $40,000-$50,000.

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Smith & Wesson Model 66-2 stainless steel double action revolver with

Smith & Wesson Model 66-2 stainless steel double action revolver with

Lot # 243 (Sale Order: 286 of 756)

4” barrel in .357 mag caliber, S/N ABY2460 showing target features. In very good plus to almost fine used condition. (No CA Sale) Est.: $350-$700

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Important original period inscribed Henry rifle, S/N 1672; inscribed “Enos W.

Important original period inscribed Henry rifle, S/N 1672; inscribed “Enos W.

Lot # 244 (Sale Order: 287 of 756)

Tyler/Co. D/W.S.S.”. This well-known Henry is pictured in Les Quick’s book on Henry rifles from the Doug Beneck Collection. W.S.S. stands for Western Sharpshooters and were the U.S. Volunteers under Lt. Colonel John M. Birge, Commanding. Tyler served with both the 14th Missouri and the 66th Illinois; he was mustered into service on Nov. 9, 1861 and was discharged on Sept. 17, 1864. Birge’s Sharpshooters served at Fort Donelson, TN; Shiloh, TN; Corinth, MS; Resaca, GA; Atlanta, GA; Peach Tree Creek, GA and Jonesboro, GA. Tyler died on Aug. 24, 1903 in Free Soil, MI. This early Henry is in overall good to very good condition showing a beautiful dark patina to the barrel assembly and terrific taffy colored, un-cleaned patina to the brass frame and butt plate; the action is good the bore fair to good and the butt stock is very good +. A great Civil War soldier’s inscribed Henry rifle who belonged to one of the premier Sharpshooter regiments that utilized weaponry that the opposing forces

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Museum quality Wheelock blunderbuss with provenance to the Royal Collection of

Museum quality Wheelock blunderbuss with provenance to the Royal Collection of

Lot # 244a (Sale Order: 288 of 756)

Prince Von Hobenlohe, Langenburg with Castle Armoury I.D. plaque in belly of the stock. The gun remains in original very good plus to near fine original condition with sharp and crisp metal surfaces with a light museum quality cleaning. The wood is also near fine with no major defects just minor normal aging. Measures approximately 41” overall with a 27” thick walled iron barrel and nearly 2” bore. Typical early to mid-17th century style from Germany or middle Europe. An outstanding Wheelock of which knowledgeable collectors estimate less than a dozen blunderbuss wheelocks in private hands worldwide. One fetched over 30000 at Little Johns auction of the F. Robling collection which we feel this to be a superior example as form and provenance. Est.: $8,000-$16,000

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Colt SAA revolver in .45 L.C. caliber with a 4 ¾”

Colt SAA revolver in .45 L.C. caliber with a 4 ¾”

Lot # 245 (Sale Order: 289 of 756)

barrel, S/N 305992 and made about 1908. The pistol remains in good to very good original condition with traces of finish drifted to patina with good markings. The grips are good with edge wear. The action is great and the bore is fair to good. Sight has been slimmed slightly. All matching and authentic with holster marked “Hibbard”. Territorial period. (C&R/PPT) Est.: $2000-$4000

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Belgium Browning Hi Power in 9mm and assembled in Portugal, S/N

Belgium Browning Hi Power in 9mm and assembled in Portugal, S/N

Lot # 246 (Sale Order: 290 of 756)

511ZW50095 with 10 round clip, white outline sights and ambidextrous safety. Excellent to almost new in box. (CA Legal/ No PPT) Est.: $600-$1200

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Colt SAA revolver in .44-40 caliber with a 7 ½” etched

Colt SAA revolver in .44-40 caliber with a 7 ½” etched

Lot # 247 (Sale Order: 291 of 756)

barrel, traces of original finish, and varnished wood grips, S/N 87216. Made in 1883 during the height of the frontier era. A good, sharp and honest early Colt. Fully visible etched barrel that is light. Faint traces of blue and case hardening where protected. All matching serial numbers and correct markings. Good to very good one piece original wood grips with a light coat of old varnish and fit well. (Antique) Est.: $2750-$5500

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Exquisite and mint Colt Police Positive in .32 caliber with deluxe

Exquisite and mint Colt Police Positive in .32 caliber with deluxe

Lot # 247a (Sale Order: 292 of 756)

engraving, gold and nickel plated, S/N 150608 shipped to Iver Johnson in 1919. 9 page signed letter by R.L. Wilson concludes the work to be the best quality and most ornate example of Wilbur Glahn available at the time. He concludes the shipment to Glahn was missed by the clerk or shipped directly by Iver Johnson to Glahn when gun was new and has seen no use since. Wilson also mentions the similarities to Helfricht and Kornbraith which Glahn aspired to recreate in his work. The coverage on this revolver is a D+ exhibition grade and John R. Gangel and Larry Wilson both agreed it was a very special gun possibly intended for exhibition by Iver Johnson in its premier store located in Boston, Mass. Simply a gem in the crown of the gun engravers art that would cost 10000 plus to duplicate at today’s master engravers rates. (C&R) Est.: $4,000-$8,000

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Savage Model 1910 Semi-Auto pistol in .32 ACP caliber, S/N 21601.

Savage Model 1910 Semi-Auto pistol in .32 ACP caliber, S/N 21601.

Lot # 248 (Sale Order: 293 of 756)

95%-98% bright original blue with bright case colors on trigger. Excellent grips and fine overall. Billed as “10 Shots Quick” and very early. (C&R/No PPT). Est.: $300-$600

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1874 Sharps Heavy Barrel Sporting Rifle, .44 cal., serial #155017. The

1874 Sharps Heavy Barrel Sporting Rifle, .44 cal., serial #155017. The

Lot # 249 (Sale Order: 294 of 756)

rifle is in overall very good condition with a 30” heavy octagon barrel. The rifle sports a silver blade front and ladder rear sights. The barrel and receiver have drifted to a sliver-grey patina with small amounts of blue and case hardening apparent in protected areas. There are two sets of serial numbers on the barrel flat with one set in smaller font matching the number on the tang. The smooth wood stocks appear to have been replaced. The stocks show small mars, compressions and a 2” crack on the right side of the fore end. Additionally, the stock features a pewter fore end cap and checkered metal butt plate. The bore is very good, the action crisp and markings are sharp. A factory letter accompanies the rifle indicating the original invoice date of March 3, 1876 with shipment to noted Western Sharp’s dealer Carlos Gove and Sons of Denver, Colorado. The rifle is listed as 0.44 caliber with a double set trigger, open sights, oil finished stocks and chambered for

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Colt United States Property Model 1911 semi-automatic pistol (ca. 1918), .45

Colt United States Property Model 1911 semi-automatic pistol (ca. 1918), .45

Lot # 250 (Sale Order: 295 of 756)

caliber, 5” barrel, “Black Army” finish, checkered wood grips, two tone magazine, S/N 360358, in overall very good to fine condition displaying the majority of its original finish, very good + bore, crisp action and markings, very good to fine grips. (C&R/PPT). Est.: $2,000-$4,000.

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Late 19th to early 20th century original bronze entitled “Bertrand Dugueslin”

Late 19th to early 20th century original bronze entitled “Bertrand Dugueslin”

Lot # 250a (Sale Order: 296 of 756)

by E. Fremiet. Shows a knight in armor on mount with full weapons including sword, rondell dagger, armour mail and chanfron for horse. This French artist was very active and is well listed. He was recognized for his sculptures in Paris and won many awards and wide acclaim. Measures approximately 22” x 19” not including the sword which shows well done old repair but otherwise very good condition. Est.: $3000-$6000

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Spectacular 30.00 carat Citrine and Diamond Dangle Earrings featuring 2 richly

Spectacular 30.00 carat Citrine and Diamond Dangle Earrings featuring 2 richly

Lot # 250b (Sale Order: 297 of 756)

colored Extra FINE VS clarity pear shaped Citrines encircled twice with 250 round brilliant micro set diamonds weighing 1.64 carats with G-I colors and SI clarity. These gorgeous earrings are crafted in 14 karat yellow gold and measure 45 x 21 mm. Retail $10,000-$15,000 Estimate $6,000-$8,000

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Magnificent Fine Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant set with a 35.08 carat

Magnificent Fine Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant set with a 35.08 carat

Lot # 250c (Sale Order: 298 of 756)

aquamarine and accented with a round ‘IDEAL’ cut diamond weighing 0.65 carats of I color and VS clarity set in a heavy 14 karat Rose gold original design setting. Retail $22,000-$25,000 Estimates $8,000-$12,000 Please see Full appraisal.

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Ladies 18KT cluster ring with platinum heads and diamonds weighing 2.85

Ladies 18KT cluster ring with platinum heads and diamonds weighing 2.85

Lot # 251 (Sale Order: 299 of 756)

carats and has 21 round brilliant cut diamonds of top quality. Has professional replacement appraisal of $8300 done by Universal Gemological Services (A branch of E.G.L.) done July 6, 2016 in Los Angeles and they rate the diamonds at G-H color and VVS2 clarity. Est.: $3500-$7000

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Early Belgium Browning 12 GA super-posed lightning shotgun in near mint

Early Belgium Browning 12 GA super-posed lightning shotgun in near mint

Lot # 251a (Sale Order: 300 of 756)

condition, S/N 68717. The barrels measure 28” and choked * full over ** modified. Single trigger, auto ejector, original hard rubber butt plate. 98%-99% plus overall showing little to almost no use. A 9.9 On a 1-10 scale. Collector’s quality. (Modern) EST.: $1400-$2800

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