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Lot # 851 (Sale Order: 151 of 688)
theme including a white painted metal Scottie dog made by Strikalite (ca. 1930’s) approximately 2.5” in height and 3” in width; plus similar examples in a brown Scotty (2) and a black Scotty (1); a brass Scottie dog lighter marked Made in the U.S.A. (ca. mid-1930’s) approximately 2” in height and 3” in length; a handmade wood box for cigarettes with inlaid dogs in the underside of the lid which when lifted up, the compartments for 3 packs of cigarettes raises up, (ca. 1930’s); plus several fancy cigarette cases. (Reference: James Flanagan’s definitive work “The Big Book of Cigarette Lighters”). Est.: $200-$400.
Lot # 852 (Sale Order: 152 of 688)
a number of military-related themes like Zippo’s D-Day Allied Heroes Collectors Edition set in a tin with 4 brass-finished lighters with a key chain in the center (ca. 1944) and containing the likenesses of General Montgomery/General Bradley/General Eisenhower and General DeGaulle; also a copper desktop globe cigarette holder; 2 limited edition D-Day commemoratives; several ashtrays, a variety of advertising accessories, etc. (Reference: James Flanagan’s definitive work “The Big Book of Cigarette Lighters”). Est.: $400-$600.
Lot # 853 (Sale Order: 153 of 688)
and unusual style brass butt plate in .69 caliber smoothbore with 42” barrel. The lock shows crossed arrows and E. Whitney along with U.S. at center portion and New Haven 1834 at rear and the tang is dated 1833 There is a “P” proof on the left of the breech. The conversion is a nipple screwed directly into the barrel with brass plug in flintlock lock plate. There is a rack number 94 stamped on the butt plate. The metal surfaces show a gray to brown patina with scattered light to moderate pitting and erosion. The metal surfaces are generally good. The markings are good. The stock is good and would have been rated at very good other then lost around the butt plate and a crack near the top of the butt plate. The original to the period ramrod is included and the lock works well. Refer page 17 “U.S. Military Small Arms 1816 to 1865” by Reilly and research indicates converted at Watertown U.S. Arsenal for use by Massachusetts State Marine Militia for guarding harbors and
Lot # 857 (Sale Order: 154 of 688)
Carolina) along with stands of arms and illegible name. The blade shows moderate scattered pitting to slightly heavy with wear and hard battle use. The grip is worn with no wrap or wire just grooved wood original grip. Heavy patina to the guard. We believe the sword to be original but offer a Special Condition: Little Johns will allow successful bidder a 2 week (From date of delivery) inspection period. If buyer for any reason does not feel confident or originality it may be returned for a full refund with no questions asked. This does not include shipping both ways. Offer terminates in 15 days and buyer accepts this lot with full satisfaction acknowledging no refunds after point of acceptance on 15 days from delivery. Est.: $2000-$4000
Lot # 858 (Sale Order: 155 of 688)
entitled “Problem We All Live With”, approximately 35” x 50” overall; with Certificate of Authenticity from Art/Show Galleries, LTD., Chatsworth, CA.; current listings indicate value of $7,500 unframed. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
Lot # 859 (Sale Order: 156 of 688)
characters cell (195/300: Registration #16373), approximately 21” x 37” overall; scene from an episode featuring actress Ann Margaret’s voice and hand signed by Bill Hanna, Joe Barbera and by Ann Margaret! Est.: $750-1500.
Lot # 860a (Sale Order: 157 of 688)
with small boats and whales bnreeching in water. Signed and titled on back Whaling in Valpariso, W. Land___ (last three letters are not legible. Dated 1875. Approx. 20"x23 1/2". Provenance: Major Robert Orbelo Estate, Purchased in 1970's Norm Flayderman. Est:$2,000-$4,000
Lot # 861 (Sale Order: 158 of 688)
finish, wood stocks, #990948 in minty condition showing the majority of its original finish, minty bore, crisp action, sharp markings and fine stocks. From the estate of Joe Kiser. (C&R). Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
Lot # 861a (Sale Order: 159 of 688)
left S.R. Deiss, 1875 also (Sacanagy) probably town in Europe but spelling and letters not discernable. approx. 13"x30 1/2". Est: $2,000-4,000
Lot # 862 (Sale Order: 160 of 688)
beautiful and precession made; #710077-14 (style or case number). Leuba is a small firm that was founded in 1737 and known throughout the world for its pioneering work in Swiss watch design, manufacturing and distribution; for a person of smaller stature; measures approximately 2” in diameter when band is closed; face of watch is approximately 1” in diameter. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.
Lot # 863 (Sale Order: 161 of 688)
unusual old 19th Century style scroll engraving with silver maple leaf inlaid in left grip, S/N 198593, all visible numbers matching; in overall very good condition with grey patina to metal surfaces, considerable silver wash on brass backstrap and some remaining wash on brass trigger guard; crisp action, sharp markings and very good to fine wood grips. (Antique). Est.: $4,000-$8,000.
Lot # 863a (Sale Order: 162 of 688)
17 ½” overall with a 11” BBL. Shows beautifully engraved crest in the wrist plaque of English lion with spear. Very elegant form and quality throughout. About .56 cal. In original flintlock and very good plus condition. Est.: $3,000-$6,000
Lot # 864 (Sale Order: 163 of 688)
gauge, 28” Broadway rib barrels, Full-Modified and Skeet-Skeet choked, single gold trigger, blued barrels, engraved bright receiver, deluxe checkered wood stocks with round knob pistol grip, L.O.P. is 13.25” to end of wood and 14” to end of hard rubber butt pad, S/N 50464S6, in overall excellent to like new condition with “LWK” engraved plaque on underside of butt stock. Accompanied by a Browning lined leather suitcase style hard case. (Modern). Est.: $4,000-$8,000.
Lot # 864a (Sale Order: 164 of 688)
#104450. The rifle is in nearly fine overall condition with a 28” octagon #4 heavy barrel. The barrel retains nearly all of its blued finish with sharp edges and wears at the muzzle noted. The front sight is a hooded, Lyman hunting sight and the rear sight dovetail has been filled. Both features were noted in the accompanying factory letter as well as the Lyman tang sight at the receiver. The action retains the majority of its blued finish with some surface scratches and mars from use. The lever and breech block show significant muted case colors both the barrel flat and the front receiver ring show Winchester proofs. The smooth wood stocks are in very good to nearly fine overall condition with small mars and bruising. The butt stock ends with a checkered steel butt plate. A Winchester factory letter accompanies the rifle indicating that rifle was received and shipped in 1907 The features listed include the sights as noted, single set trigger and special fly for half
Lot # 865 (Sale Order: 165 of 688)
West Passage”. Nicely framed with no condition issues. Measures approximately 40” x 40”. A major work. Neil Boyle was born 1931 and died 2006. Very highly trained and credentialed artist whose works are in Smithsonian and grew up in Indian country where his father was an honorary chief of the Piegan tribe. Est.: $2500-$5000
Lot # 866 (Sale Order: 166 of 688)
with no fuller and characteristic forging flaws in steel. Reddish patina to the guard with single wire wrap to the handle. The grip shows small losses to the leather but is good and a very nice uncleaned patina overall. The scabbard is dark with classic 2 hangers and drag and is right to this sword. Many differences of opinion as to location and make but all agree original and Confederate. Est.: $2500-$5000
Lot # 867 (Sale Order: 167 of 688)
checkered wood stocks, Pachmayr hard rubber butt pad, LOP is 13” to end of wood, 14.5” to end of butt pad, S/N 27406, expertly refinished to like mint condition by Gun Works in L.A.; a beautifully restored Model 21 (Modern). Est.: $5,000-$10,000.
Lot # 868 (Sale Order: 168 of 688)
clutch purse by Evans with cigarette and grooming accessories inside; several tabletop glass base lighter, one with small seashells inside the base; a couple of fancy compact cases and more. (Reference: James Flanagan’s definitive work “The Big Book of Cigarette Lighters”). Est.: $250-$500.
Lot # 869 (Sale Order: 169 of 688)
stitching. 2 brass commercial made antique buttons. Shows legitimate age and wear. Fair to good condition with normal fraying, holes, aging and etc. Special Condition: Little Johns will allow successful bidder a 2 week (From date of delivery) inspection period. If buyer for any reason does not feel confident or originality it may be returned for a full refund with no questions asked. This does not include shipping both ways. Offer terminates in 15 days and buyer accepts this lot with full satisfaction acknowledging no refunds after point of acceptance on 15 days from delivery. Est.: $5,000-$10,000
Lot # 870 (Sale Order: 170 of 688)
ventilated rib barrels, Full-Modified and Full-Improved Cylinder choked, single gold trigger, blue barrels, engraved bright receiver, long tang, deluxe checkered wood stocks with round knob; L.O.P. is 12.75” to end of wood and 14.25” to end of Pachmayr hard rubber butt pad, S/N 31075V4, in overall excellent to like new condition; accompanied by a Browning lined leather suitcase style hard case. (Modern). Est.: $5,000-$10,000.
Lot # 871 (Sale Order: 171 of 688)
blued and case hardened finish, wood grips, S/N 13850, in overall fine condition. (Percussion). Est.: $400-$800.
Lot # 872 (Sale Order: 172 of 688)
discolored from chemical cleaning and needs professional polish or light cleaning. Est.: $750-$1500
Lot # 874 (Sale Order: 173 of 688)
Army was sold in 2003 by Little Johns with a Remington 58 inscribed “Col. G.P. Robinson” on the trigger guard. Both pieces had been in a Brooklyn New York Historical Society inventory and were being sold by Martin Lane Antiques of New York to raise funds for this organization. A 2006 dated letter to this effect is included recanting all we know and signed by John R. Gangel. This Colt is hand stamped “General, Morgan, Captured, in KY” on four lines. Matching except cylinder which appears to be in the same condition. The overall condition is good to very good with some scene and good grips. A period holster is included. John Hunt Morgan of course was one of the most active Confederate General whose raids and engagements were legend in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. (Antique) Est.: $2500-$5000
Lot # 875 (Sale Order: 174 of 688)
knight head mark on the blade which is generally I’d to Weyersburg or Solingen. Mole stamped on back of spine and also military style “B” marking. With scabbard. In fair condition showing wear and use. Grip worn with very good blade. Est.: $800-$1600
Lot # 875a (Sale Order: 175 of 688)
rifle is in fine to nearly excellent overall condition with a 28” round barrel. The barrel retains nearly all of its toning blue finish with a Lyman folding front sight and receiver sights. The rear sight has had the dovetail filled. The receiver retains the majority of its blued finish with light surface rust and high point edge wear noted. The hammer and trigger show muted case color as well. The smooth wood stocks are in very good to nearly excellent condition as well with only minor handling marks noted. The butt stock ends with a metal, crescent butt plate. The bore is very good, the action is crisp and markings sharp on this desirable Winchester which is rarely encountered in this caliber. A Winchester factory letter in included confirming the characteristics and noting the rifle was received in the warehouse and shipped in 1902 Est.: $3,500-$7,000. (C+R).