2003: Important Firearms Auction
A Success Grossing Over $2 Million!

Auction: March 10 & 11, 2003

Preview: March 9, 2003

Please Note: All prices include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day.

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*SMITH & WESSON TWO-TONE MODEL 28 TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. Blue and nickel finish, 8-3/8” bbl, with matted rib, partridge front sight and adjustable rear sight, 5-screw frame. Bbl, cylinder, trigger and hammer are nickel plated while the frame and crane are blue. Diamond checkered magnum walnut grips. SN S212505. CONDITION: Very fine, retains about 98% original finish overall with the cylinder and bbl probably old renickel, being slightly dull. Grips are fine showing light wear. Frame and sideplate appear new. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48219 JR289 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON PRE-WAR REGISTERED MAGNUM REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. Blued finish, 8-3/4” bbl, with matted rib and top of the receiver. Front sight is a rare King mirrored sight with red ivory bead. Rounded top strap with white outlined blade in the sight. Hammer is the early type with checkered spur and serrated side. Registration number is 4953. Square butt with replacement magna grips that are too short. SN 58933. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains about 98% strong bright original blue overall, with only minor muzzle wear and faint sharp edge wear and a fine line around the cylinder. Grips appear new. Bright shiny bore with what may be some very fine pitting near the forcing cone, mechanics are fine. 4-48221 JR290 (Anderson Collection) (1,250-1,750)

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*SMITH & WESSON 455 MARK II HAND EJECTOR 1ST MODEL TRIPLE LOCK REVOLVER. Cal. 455 Mark II. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, integral front sight, square butt with diamond checkered, medallion grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. Frame has British proofs on the left side and other proof markings on the right side of the bbl. No caliber marking on the bbl. SN 4667. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Overall it retains 96-97% bright glossy commercial blue with a small thin spot on the bbl. Grips are extremely fine with only minor wear. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics, appears to have been fired very little. 4-48229 JR279 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON 455 MARK II HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 455 Mark II. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, fixed sights, with square butt, diamond checkered, walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. There are British proofs on the left side of the frame and the bottom of the butt. SN 67502. CONDITION: Very good, all matching including the grips. Retains about 90% strong original blue with wear primarily on the sides of the bbl and cylinder. There is some light wear on the top strap and scratches on the sideplate. Grips show moderate to heavy wear. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. 4-48235 JR285 (Anderson Collection) (500-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON COMMERCIAL MODEL 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 ACP/Auto Rim. Blued finish, 5 1/2” bbl, integral front sight, square butt with diamond checkered, walnut grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. This is the U.S. Service model without the military markings. SN 173865. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including the grips. Retains 97-98% brilliant original blue with scattered tiny pin points of rust on the right side and sideplate. Retains most of the case colors on the trigger and hammer, slightly faded. Grips are extremely fine with very minor wear. Strong bright bore with fine pitting, crisp mechanics. 4-48230 JR280 (Anderson Collection) (750-1,250)

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*SMITH WESSON 44 HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Special. Blued finish, 5” bbl, fixed sights and square butt, diamond checkered medallion grips. SN 45488. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains about 95% strong original blue with bbl and cylinder wear and some light edge wear. Grips are fine with moderate wear. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48231 JR281 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON 44 HAND EJECTOR 1ST MODEL TRIPLE LOCK REVOLVER. Cal. 455 Mark II. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, integral front sight, square butt with diamond checkered, medallion grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. SN 12744. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered, retains 93-95% original blue with bbl wear and light rust on the frame and sideplate. Grips are fine showing light wear. The thumb latch screw has been replaced. Bright shiny bore with a few spots of light pitting, fine mechanics. 4-48228 JR278 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON 455 TRIPLE LOCK REVOLVER. Cal. 455 Colt. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, fixed sights, British proofs, diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips. Caliber is not marked on the bbl. There has been a lanyard loop installed through the serial in the butt, apparently by the factory, as the serial number is stamped on the left side of the grip frame under the grip. Given the factory rework of the butt, it is possible the rechambing was accomplished at the same time. SN 9693. CONDITION: Good, all matching including the grips. Retains about 85% original blue going dull, with fine surface rust and pitting. Grips are sound with moderate wear. Lanyard loop is missing. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48139 JR246 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-WAR 38/44 OUTDOORSMAN REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blue finish, 6-1/2” bbl, partridge front sight with Call Gold Bead and round top receiver, adjustable rear sight. It has a square butt with diamond checkered, medallion magna grips that appear to be rosewood. SN 53891. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including the grips and retains virtually all its fine original factory blue. Hammer and trigger have faded case colors. Bright shiny bore, and fine mechanics. 4-48227 JR277 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON 44 HAND EJECTOR 1ST MODEL TRIPLE LOCK REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Special. Nickel finish, 4” bbl, fixed sights, with square butt diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips. SN 13670. CONDITION: Very good, all matching except the grips which are from another revolver. Retains about 80% bright nickel with light muzzle wear and some peeling on the sideplate. The left side of the frame has a small patch of fine pitting. Grips show heavy wear. Strong bright bore with one or two spots of pitting, will not hold at full cock, otherwise mechanics are fine. 4-48234 JR284 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON RE-WAR 38/44 OUTDOORSMAN REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blue finish, 4” bbl, square butt with diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips. SN 60723. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains 93-95% original blue with wear on the bbl and edges of the frame. Cylinder and sideplate are thin with very fine rust on the frame and sideplate. The backstrap is mostly gray. Grips are fine with light wear, retain most of the gold wash on the medallion and has a chip at the right toe. Bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48226 JR276 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-WAR 38/44 OUTDOORSMAN REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blue finish, 4” bbl, square butt with diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips. SN 55212. CONDITION: Very good, as refinished, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains about 97% of this fine blue. Grips are quite worn. Brilliant shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48225 JR275 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON HIGHWAY PATROLMAN DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. Blued finish with 6” bbl, adjustable sights, diamond checkered Coke bottle Magnum grips. SN S174842. CONDITION: Good to very good. 92% finish, cracked grips, bright shiny bore. 4-48412 JR483 (200-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON 455 MARK II HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL SMOOTH BORE REVOLVER. Cal. 455 MKII. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, integral front sight, various British proofs on the left side of the frame with diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. SN 33874. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 97-98% strong bright original blue and case colors, all matching. Grips are numbered 34874, probably a factory mistake. Cylinder has been opened up to 45 Colt, however, the bore seems original with a fine polish and some minor pitting. Front sight has been filed flat on the top. Very fine mechanics. 4-48128 JR245 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON 455 MARK II HAND EJECTOR 2ND MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 455 Mark II. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips. Lanyard loop in the butt. British proofs on the left side of the frame with the double broad arrow in two places. SN 41265. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains about 65% original blue overall, brown on the bbl and thing on the sideplate. Grips are sound and show heavy wear. Strong bright bore with some fine pitting, good mechanics. 4-48124 JR247 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45ACP/Auto Rim. Blued finish, 5” bbl, fixed sights, smooth walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. The bottom of the butt has the usual markings and the bottom of the bbl “U.S. PROPERTY”. SN 53717. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains 95-96% strong commercial blue with several spots of rust pitting on the left side of the frame and sideplate. Grips are fine with minor handling and use marks. Strong bore with fine pitting, good mechanics. 4-48224 JR274 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45ACP/Auto Rim. Blued finish, 5-1/2” bbl, smooth walnut grips with a lanyard ring stud hole in the butt. Usual markings on the bottom of the butt and bottom of the bbl. SN 145037. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips. Retains 95-97% strong factory commercial blue with minor muzzle wear and a couple of rubs on the frame and bbl. Sideplate has a few scattered pin points of rust. Backstrap is thin turning plum. There is a mashed spot on the left grip. Bore is bright and shiny, crisp mechanics. 4-48232 JR282 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 BRAZILIAN CONTRACT REVOLVER. Cal. 45ACP/AutoRim. Usual configuration, blued finish, 5-1/2” bbl, integral front sight, 2-pc smooth walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. 1 of 25,000 ordered in 1938 by the Brazilian Government and imported back into the United States, with import mark on the bottom of the bbl above the ejector rod. SN 208751. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining about 97% strong original blue, sharp Brazilian crest on the sideplate, fine grips with about 85% original finish. Bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48129 JR248 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629 SMITH & WESSON COLLECTORS ASSO.03 REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. Stainless steel, 6” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights with checkered medallion grips. Accompanied by a mahogany, blue foam lined S&W presentation case containing an original tool kit. Consignor states that this revolver is one of the first 629’s produced and was sold as a commemorative at a S&W Collectors Asso.03 meeting. SN N913065. CONDITION: As new, retains virtually its original finish to both metal and wood, may have been fired a little. Bottom of the case interior has severely deteriorated and a small area has stuck to the left grips. Exterior is fine. 4-48205 JR297 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON 44 HAND EJECTOR 3RD MODEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Special. Nickel finish, 5” bbl, with square butt, pearl grips, carved steer head with ruby eyes. This revolver has been Mexican engraved with about 75% coverage. SN 30846. CONDITION: Very good, retains about 80% nickel finish with the losses on the bbl only, which is turning light patina. Grips are fine. Strong bright bore with light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48233 JR283 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON K-38 MASTERPIECE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blue finish with 6″ bbl, full covered engraved with foliate arabesque patterns over all the surfaces of the revolver. Bbl and cylinder are blued and have extensive gold wire inlay on the bbl with 2 lines around the cylinder and a line & two dots in each flute. Frame, trigger guard and butt are deep engraved and left in the white. Hammer and trigger are jeweled on the sides and the left side of the top strap is engraved with the engravers name “KURT JEAGER, MINZ”. Sideplate is beautifully engraved with a big horn sheep in fine detail. Thumb latch is also engraved. Custom oversized walnut grips that are very nicely checkered with fine diamond checkering and the entire top is carved on each side with deep relief leaf and vine patterns having a stippled background. Front sight is a custom replacement. SN 109291. CONDITION: As noted, extremely fine retaining virtually all of its custom finish, does not appear to have been fired since engraving. Grips have a hairline on the left side, otherwise show only very minor diamond point wear. A really beautiful piece of work. 4-48220 JR286 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25-3 125TH ANNIVERSARY REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, Goncalvo Alves smooth magnum grips and target trigger & target hammer. Right side of the bbl is marked “SMITH & WESSON/125TH ANNIVERSARY”. Sideplate has the Smith & Wesson 125th year logo. SN S&W4255. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears unfired, retaining about 99% factory finish overall with only a very faint cylinder line. 4-48218 JR287 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON COLLECTORS ASSOCIATION 25TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE MODEL 29-6 REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. Blued finish, 4” bbl, adjustable rear sight with rosewood micarta finger groove grips. Right side of the bbl has etched gold inlay “1970 25th ANNIVERSARY 1995”. There are two stars in the spaces. Sideplate has the gold inlay of the logo of the S&W Collectors Association. Right side of the grip has a blue enamel and gold medallion inlaid, five point star with the S&W logo and the 25th Anniversary, et.03 SN SWC0120. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired, retains virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. There is a tiny hairline in the left grip. 4-48212 JR 291 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*CASED SMITH & WESSON TEXAS RANGER COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER & KNIFE SET. Cal. 357 Mag. The revolver is a model 19-3, blued with 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights and smooth Goncalvo Alves grips with brass five pointed star medallions. Right side of the bbl is marked “TEXAS RANGERS” and the sideplate has the seal of the State of Texas and the dates 1823/1973. Knife is a wood handle clip point Bowie style with 5-3/4” blade, brass hand guard, laminated handle with brass pommel and is serial numbered to the revolver. SN TR3231. CONDITION: As new, retains virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal and wood, as does the knife. Case is mahogany with purple velvet lining and the seal of the State of Texas and Smith & Wesson on the lid. Case is also extremely fine with a crack in the lid. 4-48206 JR296 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 52 TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Medium weight, semi-target rifle with 28” tapered round bbl, pedestal front ramp with globe sight. Target blocks on top of bbl, military style vernier receiver sight with a patented six-aperture dis.03 1-pc half stock with bbl band, checkered on the forearm and wrist in Winchester pattern, nicely figured buttstock with checkered steel buttplate. Accompanied by an original 5-round magazine and a military style sling. SN 30425. CONDITION: Very good. Metal retains 95-96% strong bright original blue and the wood most of its original strong varnish with light use and handling marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-48415 JR480 (500-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 52B TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Heavy bbl target rifle with 28” bbl, International tube front sight, scope blocks with a Vaver micrometer rear sight. Mounted in a heavy pistol grip walnut stock with checkered steel buttplate, sling swivels and hand stop with arm sling attached. SN 66537B. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 95-96% strong bright original blue. Receiver about 95% of its matte finish. Wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-47834 JR576 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 52B TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Medium weight target rifle in a standard target stock. 28” medium weight bbl, pedestal front sight with Lyman 17A globe installed, target blocks on the bbl, no receiver sight. Stock has the wide beavertail forearm with stainless steel track and sling loops with black hand stop. Buttstock has a deep pistol grip with checkered steel buttplate and a sling loop. SN 47390B. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and receiver retain 97-98% strong bright original blue. Trigger guard is flaked to about 85% original blue. Wood is sound and retains 94-95% original varnish with numerous small nicks and scratches to the finish and a small bruise or two on the buttstock. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48787 JR596 (600-1,000)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 19 NRA BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Early Model 19 with 25” tapered round bbl with integral receiver. Lyman 17A front sight and Lyman receiver sight. Mounted in a full length wood stock with grasping grooves and two bbl bands. Sheet metal trigger guard/floorplate and one five round original magazine with a serrated steel buttplate. SN 38231. CONDITION: Appears to be extremely fine under a very heavy coating of old fireplace soot and smoke. A small, cleaned spot on the bbl disclosed strong bright blue. Wood is sound with some minor staining around the receiver sight notch. Bright shiny bore. 4-48732 JR474 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 61 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22S.L. or LR. Early model with tapered bullet forearm, 24” round bbl, with open sights, 2/3 magazine, ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. The left side of the receiver is drilled and tapped for an old Weaver T5 side mount that contains a Weaver 330 scope. SN42801. CONDITION: Very fine, as noted, retains most of its original factory finish, scope and optics are fine. Bright shiny bore. 4-48463 JR342 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (300-500)

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*BELGIAN BROWNING AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 22 short. Grade I rifle with 22” bbl, brass bead front sight and early wheel open rear sight. Muzzle is fitted with threads for a suppressor or flash hider. Top left rear of the receiver has a large drilled and tapped hole apparently for an offset sight, which is missing. Wood is light yellow European walnut with semi-beavertail forearm and serrated steel buttplate. Bottom of the forearm has two small drilled holes. SN A9770. CONDITION: Very good, as noted. Metal retains 96-97% original blue. Wood is sound with several dings and gouges on the stock and forearm. Bolt has spotted light rust. Bright shiny bore. 4-46558 JR572 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 69A BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22. Standard rifle with 25” tapered round bbl, silver bead front sight and open rear sight, grooved receiver, mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with hard rubber buttplate and after market sling swivel studs. Accompanied by a 5-round magazine with patent date and marked “69”. NSN. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. Stock has a few light nicks on the left side of the wrist and forearm. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48790 JR601 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 68 TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22. Fine single shot rifle with 27” tapered round bbl, ramp front sight, missing the hood with Dockendorfer type adjustable rear sight. Mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl and receiver retain 95% finish. Stock most of an old refinish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48789 JR598 (100-200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 67A SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 22. Standard rifle with 27” tapered round bbl, integral receive, silver bead front sight with standard stamped metal rear sight. Stock is 1-pc walnut with black hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood, possibly unfired with only a few nicks and scratches on the forearm and several fine scratches in the buttstock. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48788 JR597 (100-300)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22. Standard rifle with 20” round bbl, open sights, 7/8” magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock, black hard rubber buttplate and tiny round smooth forearm. SN 131082. CONDITION: Good. Retains an even medium dark blue/brown patina overall. Refinished wood, light pitting on the left side of receiver and dings on the bolt. Dark bore with a ring about 2” from the muzzle. 4-47882 JR573 (100-300)

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*STEVENS VISIBLE LOADER PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22. Standard rifle, replacement ribbed forearm, renickeled, refinished wood. Strong bore, dark in the grooves. 4-48359 JR486 (75-150)

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*COLT WWI COMMEMORATIVE 1911 PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. Second Battle of the Marne Commemorative, bright blue finish, etched slide, white Micarta grips with bronze medallions with its original display case. SN 3438-M2. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original bright factory finish. Case is fine. 4-48695 JR673 (400-700)

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*COLT WWI COMMEMORATIVE 1911 PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. Meuse Argonne Commemorative, bright blue finish, etched slide, brown wood grips with bronze medallions with its original display case. SN 3438-MA. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original bright factory finish. Case is slightly damaged. 4-48694 JR674 (400-700)

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*COLT WWI MEUSE-ARGONNE COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. Standard 1911, high polished finish, etched slide, smooth wood grips with bronze medallions in its original presentation case. SN 4142-MA. (One of a set of six in this auction) CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish. Two or three gouges on the right grip and adhesive from the rubber pad. Case is fine with light to moderate nicks. 4-48387 JR491 (400-700)

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*COLT WWI BELLEAU WOOD COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. Standard 1911, high polished finish, etched slide, smooth wood grips with bronze medallions in its original presentation case. SN 4142-BW. (One of a set of six in this auction) CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish. Several light gouges on the right grip and adhesive from the rubber pad. Case is fine with light to moderate nicks. 4-48388 JR492 (400-700)

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*COLT WWI 2ND BATTLE OF THE MARNE COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. Standard 1911, high polished finish, etched slide, smooth white micarta grips with bronze medallions in its original presentation case. SN 4142-M2. (One of a set of six in this auction) CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish. Two or three gouges on the right grip and adhesive from the rubber pad. Case is fine with light to moderate nicks. 4-48389 JR466 (400-700)

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*COLT WWI CHATEAU THIERRY COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. . Standard 1911, high polished finish, etched slide, checkered wood grips with bronze medallions in its original presentation case. SN 4142-CT. (One of a set of six in this auction) CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish. Two or three light gouges on the right grip and adhesive from the rubber pad. Case is broken apart but all the pieces appear to be present and should be easily repairable. 4-48386 JR493 (400-700)

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*COLT WWII ASIATIC-PACIFIC COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. 1911 A1, nickel finish, smooth wood grips, cased with fake bamboo lid and seven chrome dummy rounds with small silver plaque. SN 4142PTO. (One of a set of six in this auction) CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish. Case is equally fine. 4-48391 JR468 (400-700)

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*COLT WWII EUROPEAN/AFRICAN COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL. Cal. 45ACP. 1911 A1, nickel finish, smooth wood grips, oak case with seven chrome dummy rounds with small silver plaque. Accompanied by a packet of miscellaneous Colt papers regarding this commemorative pistol and general information. SN 4142ETO. (One of a set of six in this auction) CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish. Case is equally fine. 4-48390 JR468 (400-700)

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*CASED MAINE SESQUICENTENNIAL COLT COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Gold and nickel finish, 4-3/4”’ bbl, fixed sights, unfluted cylinder, synthetic pearl medallion grips in its original pine display case with a gold plated metal lobster and usual markings on the lid with the original cardboard sleeve. SN 2730MES. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, retains virtually all its original finish to the metal and case. 4-48478 JR357 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (300-500)

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*COLT MAINE SESQUICENTENNIAL SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Commemorative Frontier Scout, gold and nickel plated with faux pearl medallion grips in its original pine blue velvet lined case with a gold plated metal lobstah. SN 2409MES. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired. Retaining virtually all its original factory finish with one small scratch on the cylinder. Case is equally fine. 4-48693 JR675 (300-500)

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*MODIFIED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39-2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Parkerized finish, standard size with checkered monogrammed gray plastic grips. Slide stop has been replaced with an extended lever that is articulated on both sides of the slide to serve as a slide lock so that the pistol may be fired from a closed breech configuration. It has 1” extended bbl that is threaded at the muzzle and has very high raised sights, apparently to clear a silencer. Backstrap has been extended and grooved, apparently to accept a detachable shoulder stock. It is accompanied by a 5” x 1-5/8” fake silencer and a plastic carrying case. This pistol was made up for Tom Campbell, who was a tool maker in the Smith & Wesson experimental shop and basically conforms to the configuration of a Navy Seals’ Mark II Hush Puppy. It was completed using all original parts and is an exact reproduction except it is in carbon steel rather than stainless steel. SN A147000. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all the fine oxide finish as it apparently left the factory with. Mechanics appear to function as intended. 4-48329 JR423 (Anderson Collection) (3,000-5,000)

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*MODIFIED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39-2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Bbl and grip frame reduced to compact size with the bbl being 2-5/8” and grip frame approx. 3-1/2”. Magazine will probably hold five or six rounds. Grip frame was actually cut to leave the flared bottom as a sort of finger rest. Grips were commensurately reduced. Slide has an unusual cutout on each side near the muzzle. Slide stop has been modified to hold open with a slightly reduced slide travel. This appears to be a factory experimental as the records are open for this serial number indicating it was not shipped from the factory. This appears to have been the factory’s early attempt to design a compact pocket pistol. SN A150814. CONDITION: As noted, fine. Retains most of its factory finish to metal and wood. Seems to function well. 4-48324 JR422 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39-2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Nickel finish with white Micarta medallion grips. About 50% coverage foliate arabesque pattern engraving with stippled background on the sides of the slide and frame. Background of medallions has also been stippled. Appears to be factory. SN A279561. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original finish to the metal. Grips are fine. Right grip has some staining near the top. 4-48322 JR421 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 52A SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 38 AMU. Blued slide with adjustable rear sight and anodized alloy frame with checkered medallion walnut grips. Accompanied by its original silver and blue 2-pc box, cleaning equipment and warrantee card. Also accompanies is a full box of 50 rds of Remington 38 AMU 148 grain Wad Cutter ammunition. SN 35894. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Box is fine, lightly soiled. Ammunition is sealed in plastic and was not opened. 4-48238 JR426 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39 STEEL FRAME SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Blued finish, 4” bbl, checkered medallion wood grips. This very rare pistol is 1 of only 927 pieces manufactured 1954-1966. Accompanied by an original 2-pc blue and silver box (un-numbered) and one magazine. SN 60224. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, appears unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Box is fine, lightly soiled with some rust on the metal corners. 4-48236 JR424 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 44 SINGLE ACTION SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Blued steel slide with anodized alloy frame, adjustable rear sight, short safety, long extractor and checkered medallion wood grips. Trigger is single action type with serrated face. This pistol was shipped November 18th, 1960 to Chester Harvie, Ft. Benning, GA for military examination. Accompanied by a silver and blue 2-pc box. SN 1279. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Retains 98-99% original finish to both metal and wood with very minor muzzle edge wear and a couple of small dings to the grips. Box is fine. 4-48239 JR427 (Anderson Collection) (5,000-10,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 39 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Blued steel slide with anodized alloy frame, adjustable rear sight, checkered walnut grips without medallions. It has short safety and long extractor. Accompanied by its original silver and blue 2-pc box and original owner’s manual with green and white cover and its original warrantee card. SN 1683. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Appears unfired. Box and accessories are fine. 4-48240 JR428 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39-2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 7.65 Luger. Nickel finish with blued rear sight and blued smooth trigger. Smooth medallion wood grips. Records indicate this pistol was shipped to Roy G. Jinks Granville, MA August 21st, 1972. SN 166311. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. Probably unfired since leaving the factory. 4-48327 JR420 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*EARLY SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 39 EXPERIMENTAL/PROTOTYPE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 380. Pre-Model 39 serial number with short safety and long extractor, no patent pending mark on slide. Blued steel slide, alloy frame with bright polished bbl skirt, hand stamped “380CTG.”. Bottom of magazine is marked “.380” also. SN 1501. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48328 JR418 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON VENEZUELAN CONTRACT MODEL 39-2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Blued finish, adjustable rear sight, checkered medallion wood grips. Right forward part of the slide marked with the Venezuelan crest. Left side of frame and correspondingly on the slide is marked “02-72/PTJ”, presumably inspector marks. This is reportedly a contract overrun. SN A169090. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, as new. Appears unfired retaining virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48323 JR417 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Early pistol, shipped in 1958. Blued steel slide with alloy frame and nicely figured checkered medallion wood grips. SN 7713. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-48325 JR419 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 39 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Blued finish, 4” bbl, adjustable rear sight, anodized alloy frame, checkered medallion wood grips. This is either a prototype or an experimental piece. SN X139. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its fine finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48326 JR416 (Anderson Collection) (2,000-4,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 61-1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish with marbled black and brown plastic grips. Accompanied by its original silver and blue 2-pc Bangor Punta box and its blue zippered pouch with cleaning gear and instruction sheet. SN B246. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish. Appears unfired. 4-48237 JR425 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 61-3 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Nickel finish, 2” bbl, synthetic pearl grips. SN B57623. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains about 98% strong original blue. Grips are fine with a crack by the pin on left side. Bright shiny bore. 4-48309 JR415 (Anderson Collection) (200-300)

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*COLT PRE-WAR WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Target model, blued finish with 6-5/8” straight round bbl, adjustable front and rear sights with post-war Marine Corps brown plastic grips. Accompanied by its original hinged-lid dark maroon box which contains a green hang tag, an instruction sheet, chamber brush in its original tube and hexagonal screwdriver in its original envelope. SN 148685. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 96-97% strong bright original blue with minor muzzle and sharp edge wear and a couple spots of rust on the backstrap. Box is fine with a couple of blown corners. Accessories are fine. 4-48900 JR678 (500-800)

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*HIGH STANDARD SUPERMATIC CITATION PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Early Model 102 with 10” Buck Rogers tapered bbl with winged muzzle break and two bbl weights. Partridge front sight and adjustable rear sight. Brown plastic grips. SN 1025549. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching. Retains 96-98% strong bright original finish with minor nicks and scratches and light edge wear. Bolt face still retains 15-20% thin blue. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48747 JR490 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 41 TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish with 5-1/2” flat sided heavy bbl, wood grips. SN A119011. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains most of its blue, refinished grips. Bright bore. 4-48417 JR482 (300-500)

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*COLT EARLY PRE-WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22. Blued finish, 6-5/8” pencil bbl, adjustable front sight, replacement fixed rear sight, with diamond checkered walnut grips. Accompanied by one original magazine with brass follower and a spare 2nd Model magazine. SN 453. CONDITION: Good to very good, retains 75-80% strong original blue, worn grips, with the right one being cracked, standard velocity spring housing, bright shiny bore. 4-48481 JR360 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (350-500)

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*KIMBALL ARMS SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 30 Carbine. Rare pistol, only 300 made in 1958. Rarity is due primarily to slide and frame failure, which accounts for the discontinuance of production. This example is in the white, never having been finished. It apparently was rough polished but not finish polished as there are still fine machine marks visible. This pistol has a 5” bbl with small ramp and partridge front sight and fixed rear sight. The design is similar to a high standard .22 with blow back design and checkered black hard rubber grips. Left side of the slide is marked “30 Cal. Carbine” and right side of frame is the serial number which are the only marks on this pistol. Left sideplate appears to be a homemade piece of sheet metal. SN 236. CONDITION: As noted, about good. Being mostly a gray metal color with light patina. Grips are sound, magazine is missing the follower and is difficult to install and remove. Bore is bright and shiny. This pistol should be considered unsafe to fire until examined by a competent gunsmith. 4-48283 JR381 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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*WHITNEY WOLVERINE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Buck Rogers Special, right out of the 1950’s. Alloy frame with shrouded bbl and swept angle checkered brown plastic grips. 1 of only approx. 13,000 made in mid to late 50’s. SN 31996. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original factory finish with some light scuffing on the grips. Possibly unfired. 4-48294 JR384 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SHERIDAN KNOCKABOUT SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Cal. 22. 1950’s, inexpensive plinking and trappers gun with blued stamped sheet metal frame and cast tip up single shot bbl with brown plastic grips. SN 09491. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 90-95% original finish, bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48288 JR385 (Anderson Collection) (100-200)

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*BERETTA MODEL 1934 ITALIAN ARMY PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Late war production with rough oxide finish, dated 1944 with black metal lined grips. Accompanied by an original green leather Italian Army holster with spare mag pouch containing a second magazine. SN 596850. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 92-93% original finish overall. Slightly thin on the slide and right side of frame. Dark crusty bore that may clean. Holster is fine. 4-48293 JR391 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*WALTHER PPK SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 32ACP. RZM Model, so marked on the left side of the slide, with mottled brown 1-pc grips and finger rest magazine. The finish is fine polished blue and appears to be all original. Accompanied by a brown leather WWII type holster marked under the tab “D.R.G.M.” and a small symbol and “AKAH”. inside the flap is marked in English “HOLSTER/PPK”. SN 831624. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining most of its original high polished blue finish with only very slight muzzle and edge wear. Brilliant shiny bore. Holster appears new. 4-48482 JR361 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (400-700)

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*RUGER NO. 1 VARMINT RIFLE. Cal. 22-250. Blued finish, 26” tapered medium weight bbl, checkered long forearm and pistol grip stock with original thing red rubber pad. The quarter rib is mounted with a Simmons 3.5-10X scope. SN 130-00656. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new, retains virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore, sharp optics. 4-48453 JR333 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (400-700)

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*LOT OF TWO US MADE RIFLES. 1) Cal. 218B. Ruger No. 3 single shot rifle, 200th year, rechambered from 22 Hornet. 22” tapered round bbl, open sights, factory drilled and tapped over the chamber area with two extra holes about mid-point on the bbl, one appears to have a broken drill. Sides of receiver are lightly engraved, through the blue, with light foliate arabesque patterns. Each side of the lever has a small gold wire inlay. Uncheckered wood with semi-beavertail forearm with straight stock and smooth buttplate. SN 130-57177. CONDITION: Very good, plus, as noted. Refinished wood, bright shiny bore. 2) Remington Model 81, Cal. 30 Rem. Standard rifle, uncheckered wood. SN 21892. CONDITION: Fair to good. 50-60% original finish, nicked, scratched and dinged wood. Strong bright bore. 4-48413; 4-48414 JR481 (300-500)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 760 PUMP ACTION CARBINE. Cal. 30-06. Early model with rounded ribbed forearm and plain pistol grip stock with aluminum buttplate. It has a 19” bbl with open sights and the receiver is mounted with a Bausch & Lomb Balvar 8A scope 2.5-8X in original mounts with tapered crosshairs. Accompanied by two magazines. SN 370505. CONDITION: Very fine, metal retains 95-96% original blue and the wood 96-98% original varnish with a couple minor chips in the forearm and minor crackling in the stock finish. The rear sight slide has been remover to accommodate the scope. Bright shiny bore, fine optics. 4-48471 JR352 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (200-400)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-30. Standard rifle, 22” tapered round bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight, Savage marked rear sight, uncheckered wood, schnable tip forearm, straight stock with smooth steel buttplate. SN 77.128. CONDITION: About good. 85% bbl blue, 30% receiver blue. Refinished wood. Strong dark bore. 4-47841 JR630 (200-400)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 8 SEMI-AUTO SPORTING RIFLE. Cal. 35 Remington. Standard rifle with 22” shrouded bbl, silver bead front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Uncheckered wood with semi-schnable forearm and semi-pistol grip round knob stock with Remington embossed hard rubber buttplate. SN 18251. CONDITION: Fair to good. Bbl retains about 90% original blue. Receiver 65-70% thin original blue and the wood most of an old refinish with a couple of light gouges. Bright shiny bore. 4-47842 JR667 (200-400)

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*AUSTRALIAN CADET MARTINI RIFLE. Cal. appears to be 22 Hornet. Usual cadet configuration with 26-3/4” replacement round bbl, full-length forearm, one bbl band, Australian marked receiver with BSA markings on left side and a Kangaroo on the top of the receiver. Straight stock with smooth steel buttplate. Buttstock has a sling loop with the front loop missing. SN 18688. CONDITION: As noted. Bbl retains about 60% cold blue. Receiver 80% original blue, cracked repaired forearm. Stock is sound. Bright shiny bore. 4-47855 JR669 (200-300)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 67A YOUTH RIFLE. Cal. 22. Small sized rifle with 20” round bbl, open sights and 1-pc walnut stock with original Winchester hard rubber buttplate. NSN CONDITION: Good. Bbl flaked to about 30% finish then wiped with cold blue, wood is sound and retains most of nice refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-48472 JR351 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (100-200)

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*LOT OF TWO US MADE RIFLES. Cal. 22. 1) Marlin Model 99 M1, LR only. Semi-auto 18” bbl, looks like M1 carbine, tube mag, walnut stock. SN 69310413. CONDITION: Extremely fine. 2) Remington Model 341 bolt action, 24” bbl, tube mag, 1-pc stock, open sights, hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Good to very good. Chipped buttplate, refinished wood, blue/brown metal. Bright shiny bore. 4-48360; 4-48361 JR485 (100-200)

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*HOPKINS & ALLEN BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22. Tube feed, 22” round bbl, sights missing, 2-pc stock. NSN. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains. Sound wood. Bore plugged with grease. 4-47837 JR672 (50-100)

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LOT OF TWO FLOBERT RIFLES. 1) Pieper, NSN, cal. .22, 23-5/8” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Traces of blue in protected places, mostly moderate to heavy pitting. The bottom quarter of the buttplate is broken off and missing and large chips are missing at the toe of the butt. 2) Belgian, cal. .22, 22-7/8” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Rust brown patina, stock varnished over dents and scratches. 4-47863 FS127 (100-200)

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*LOT OF TWO SMALL BORE RIFLES. 1) Hopkins & Allen falling block. Cal. 22. Standard rifle with 22” tapered oct bbl, semi-buckhorn rear sight, silver blade front sight. Straight grain walnut with tiny forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains, amateur checkered forearm and wrist, cracks in the forearm and stock. Refinished wood, poor bore. 2) Mossberg Model 26B single shot bolt action rifle with 25” bbl, open sights with receiver mounted peep sight, thumb safety, 1-pc wood stock and plastic trigger guard. NSN. CONDITION: About good. Light rust, 70% blue, sound wood, 40% varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-48730; 4-48738 JR479 (100-200)

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SHERIDAN BLUE STREAK AIR RIFLE. Cal. 5mm. Early model with 28-1/2” bbl, nicely grained walnut stock and forearm, open sights. SN 5691K. CONDITION: Fine, retains of its original finish on the metal. Wood is sound with minor scratches. Seems to function well. 4-48469 JR349 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (50-100)

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FLOBERT PATTERN CAP GUN CARBINE. Built on an early Flobert action with 17” dummy round bbl, 1-pc wood stock with raised side panels and checkered wrist. Dark wood inlaid repair on forearm with a fancy Flobert iron trigger guard and the buttstock cut to 12” over a checkered butt. Mechanics are fine. 4-48731 JR532 (25-50)

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*STEVENS CRACK SHOT 26 TIPUP RIFLE. Cal. .22, 18” round bbl, NSN. The rear sight and buttplate are missing. The takedown screw is a replacement. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with crusty rust on most surfaces. Stock has been re-varnished over scratches and dents. Bore is poor. Action is loose. 4-48528 FS71 (50-100)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL 180 AUTO MAG SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 44 Auto Mag. All stainless with 7” vent rib bbl, adjustable sights and finger groove wood grips. Accompanied by an original plastic carrying case, one magazine and a box of original ammunition. Also accompanies is a parts breakdown and owners manual along with the original Bill of Sale dated 1-27-89. The cash price was $1,300 and it was sold to R. B. Wayman of Clinton, TN. SN A06022. CONDITION: Very fine. As new. Appears unfired retaining virtually all its original factory finish. Carrying case is fine. Ammunition box is soiled with moderate wear. Cartridges are sharp and bright. 4-48330 JR433 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*GRYOJET MARK-II MODEL C SEMI-AUTO ROCKET PISTOL. Cal. 12mm. Black finish, 5” bbl, cast and stamped metal construction with wooden grip panels. Built 1966-1969. Accompanied by its original hinged lid cardboard box and owners instruction sheet and 11 rounds of ammunition in two original boxes. SN 144. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired. Ammunition is fine, boxes are fair. 4-48291 JR388 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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*GYROJET MARK-I MODEL B SEMI-AUTO ROCKET PISTOL. Cal. 13mm Gyrojet. Black finish, 5” bbl, cast and stamped metal construction with wooden grip panels. Built 1966-1969. SN B5336. CONDITION: Very fine, has been fired. Retains most of its black anodized finish and grip finish. Mechanics are fine. 4-48295. JR387 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*DARDICK MODEL 1500 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 38 with spare .22 bbl. Black finish, 6” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight. Grip panels are checkered hard rubber with “DC” logo. 1950’s – 60’s attempt at a new design utilizing a magazine to feed a revolving cylinder with plastic triangular ammunition. Accompanied by its original blue hinged lid compartmented box, a spare .22 cal bbl and original box of 20 rounds of green trounds and an original brochure. NSN. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original finish. Grips have faded to purple, ammunition and box are crisp. Brochure is fine with minor soil. 4-48290 JR390 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,000)

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*DARDICK MODEL 1500 CARBINE. Cal. 30. Space age technology strikes again with Dardick’s attempt at a convertible firearm. Taking their Model 1500 pistol and inserting it into a carbine configuration. It has 20” round bbl with open sights, long walnut forearm, sheet metal receiver and walnut buttstock with black plastic buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48335 JR438 (Anderson Collection) (1,250-1,750)

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*DARDICK MODEL 1500 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 38. Black finish, 6” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight. Grip panels are checkered hard rubber with “DC” logo. 1950’s – 60’s attempt at a new design utilizing a magazine to feed a revolving cylinder with plastic triangular ammunition. NSN. CONDITION: Fine. Retains about 95% original blue on the bbl and black enamel on the frame. Grip panels have faded to purple. Magazine is not functioning and the rear sight is loose. 4-48296 JR389 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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SMALL LOT OF UZI CARBINE PARTS. Cal. 9mm. Consists of 16” bbl, dummy bbl, 25-rd mag and stamped metal top cover – Overall extremely fine. 4-47118 JR521 (100-200)

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DARDICK CARBINE SET-UP FOR MODEL 1500 PISTOL WITH EXTRA BARREL. Cal. 22 & 38. Standard carbine setup with 18-1/2” bbls, open sights, long walnut forearm and straight stock. CONDITION: As new, unfired retaining virtually all original factory finish. 4-48340 JR444 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Parkerized finish, 2” bbl, smooth walnut grips with lanyard loop stud hole in the butt. Right sideplate is electric pencil marked “P-7-599”. Factory records are open at this serial number and original 2” bbl can not be verified. There were only 300 original 2” revolvers made in October 1942 for the U.S. Department of Justice issued through U.S. Army Ordnance. Top strap is marked “United States Property”. SN V180463. CONDITION: Fine as noted, retains about 85% original parkerizing thin on the cylinder and grip frame with moderate to heavy pitting on the grip frame. Bbl appears original to this revolver with matching wear patterns and condition. Lanyard loop and stud are missing. Grips are sound with heavy wear on the right side. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48211 JR265 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Parkerized finish, smooth walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. Left side of the frame is marked “N.Y.M.I.-635” (no indication of the meaning of this marking). Records indicate this revolver was shipped 9/30/1942 as a 4” to the U.S. Navy in Oakland, CA. SN V108271. CONDITION: Very fine, retains most all of its parkerized finish including the new bbl and ejector rod. Hammer and trigger retain most of their original case colors. Grips are fine with numerous small nicks and dings. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. 4-48210 JR 264 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON U.S.M..03 VICTORY MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Parkerized finish, 4” bbl, smooth walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. Top strap is marked “U.S. NAVY” and the left side of the frame is engraved “PROPERTY OF/USMC”. This revolver was part of a Navy contract and delivered to Norfork, VA. The “USMC” marking can not be verified. SN V164129. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips, retains 97-98% gray parkerizing with fine edge wear and some surface rust spotting on the frame, sideplate and bbl. Grips are very fine also retaining most of their original finish with some bruising on the right side. Brilliant shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48217 JR269 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. Parkerized finish, 4”’ bbl, smooth walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. Top strap is marked “U.S. PROPERTY” with inspector initials “G.H.D.” Small “P” proof at the top left side of the frame. SN SV786546. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, all matching including the grips, retaining about 99% original fine parkerizing, case colors and stock varnish. Appears unfired with only a tiny line at the muzzle and around the cylinder, with only a couple spots of rust on the cylinder. A pristine example. 4-48215 JR268 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. Parkerized finish, 5” bbls, smooth wood grips with lanyard loop in the butt. 1) Top strap is marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” with import mark on the left side of the frame. SN V138111. CONDITION: Fine as reparkerized over light pitting, grips are from another revolver and are fine. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 2) Top strap has been ground. Small ordinance proof and other marks on the butt. Rack #44 in white paint on the right grip. SN V112595. CONDITION: As noted, extremely fine, retaining virtually its original parkerizing except on the ground area. Fine grips with nicks and dings. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. Trigger and hammer retain about all original case colors. 4-48208, 4-48209 JR266 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL REVOLVERS. Parkerized finish with square butt and a lanyard loop. 1) 38 S&W, 5” bbl, British proofed with diamond checkered walnut grips from another revolver. Backstrap is hand stamped “R.II.101”. Accompanied by a 1930-40’s right hand style, long drop, black leather swivel holster with belt frog and leg strap, unmarked. SN V749951. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching except the grips, retains 95-96% strong original parkerizing, moderately worn grips. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. Holster is fine with usual wear. 2) 38 Special, 4” bbl, smooth walnut grips, no proof marks and the top strap is not marked. This is a Defense Supply Commission authorized revolver. SN 979533. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains about 98% bright gray parkerizing with some spotting on the left side of the frame. Grips areas new. Bright shiny bore, appears unfired. 4-48213, 4-48216 JR270 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 HAND EJECTOR M&P 2ND MODEL NAVY CONTRACT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Mil. (38 Colt). Blued finish, 6” bbl, integral front sight, round butt with diamond checkered walnut grips, no medallions. Bottom of the butt has the correct Navy contract markings with Navy serial number 1248. Bbl, frame and cylinder are also correctly marked. Backstrap is stamped with rack number “18”. SN 25246. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains about 80% original blue overall, gray on the grip frame and around the trigger guard. Grips are sound and show moderate to heavy wear. Bore is strong and bright, slightly frosty, good mechanics. 4-48132 JR246 (Anderson Collection) (750-1,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 HAND EJECTOR M&P 1ST MODEL ARMY CONTRACT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Mil (38 Colt.) Blued finish, 6” bbl, integral front sight, round butt with diamond checkered walnut grips, no medallions and a lanyard loop in the butt. Stock circles are stamped “JTT/1901” on the left side and “KSM” on the right side. Left rear of the frame, cylinder and bbl also have the “KSM” inspector marks with tiny “P” proof on the bbl. Butt has the correct Army contract markings. SN 13275. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips. Frame retains about 95% bright glossy blue, gray on the trigger guard. Bbl retains about 10% strong blue in the sheltered area with the balance light patina. Cylinder and sideplate are mostly light patina. Grips are fine showing moderate to heavy wear. Strong bore with moderate pitting, good mechanics. 4-48135 JR239 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 HAND EJECTOR M&P 1ST MODEL ARMY CONTRACT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Mil (38 Colt.) Blued finish, 6” bbl, integral front sight, round butt with diamond checkered walnut grips, no medallions and a lanyard loop in the butt. Stock circles are stamped “JTT/1901” on the left side and “KSM” on the right side. Left rear of the frame, cylinder and bbl also have the “KSM” inspector marks with tiny “P” proof on the bbl. Butt has the correct Army contract markings. SN 13859. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Bbl and frame retain 80-85% strong original blue with the balance light patina. Cylinder is flaked to about 60% thin blue, stronger in the flutes. Grips are very fine showing only light wear. Bore is bright and shiny, mechanics are fine. 4-48140 JR238 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 HAND EJECTOR M&P 1ST MODEL NAVY CONTRACT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Mil. (38 Colt). Blued finish, 6” bbl, integral front sight, round butt with diamond checkered walnut grips, no medallions. The bottom of the butt has the correct Navy contract markings with Navy serial number 454. Bbl, frame and cylinder are also correctly marked. The backstrap is stamped with rack number “1”. SN 5476. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are numbered 3553. Retains about 50% thin blue overall with chemical spotting overall and some pitting on the right rear of the frame and sideplate. Grips show moderate with a couple of dings on the right side. Bore is bright and shiny, mechanics are fine. 4-48148 JR237 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,500)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON FIXED SIGHT K-22 1ST MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 6” bbl, fixed sights, integral front sight, square but, diamond checkered, silver medallion walnut grips. Left side of the bbl is marked “SMITH & WESSON” with 2-line patent dates at the top and the caliber marking on the right side. Right forward side of the frame is marked “MADE IN U.S.A.” There is a tiny S&W trademark logo on the left side of the frame below the thumb latch. Patent dated hammer and trigger. SN 650945. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains 93-94% strong dark original blue with the wear mainly on the bbl and some minor flaking on the frame and sideplate. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. Extremely fine grips. A rare and seldom encountered revolver. 4-48207 JR271 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Special. Blued finish, 6” bbls, diamond checkered medallion grips. 1) Hand Ejector M&P 1905 4th Change. SN 301002. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish with a tiny scratch, a few spots of rust pitting and a rub on the frame. 2) Hand Ejector M&P 1905 3rd Change. SN 240762. CONDITION: Good, retains about 95% original blue under a coating of old dried oil with some minor spots of rust with light pitting at the muzzle. Grips are fine. Bore is bright and shiny. 4-48172, 4-48188 JR251 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Cal. 38 Special, Model 1905. Blued finish, 6” bbl, fixed sights, round butt, diamond checkered medallion wood grips. Serial number is followed by a star and the left side of the grip frame under the grip is stamped with a tiny diamond and the date “10.47” indicating factory refinish on that date. SN 63105. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished, retaining most of its dark blue, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Grips are new. Bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 2) Cal. 32-20. Model 1905 4th change, blued finish, 6” bbl, fixed sights, square butt, diamond checkered medallion grips. SN 70594. CONDITION: As new, all matching including the grips. Retains virtually all of its original factory blue with a small clean spot on the left rear of the frame, and a few tiny pin points of rust elsewhere. The trigger and hammer retain most of their bright case colors. Cylinder has a few spots of surface rust, appears unfired. Grips are crisp. Bore is bright and shiny, mechanics are fine. 4-48137; 4-48125 JR240 (Anderson Collection) (500-900)

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*ITHACA WESTERN ARMS DBL BBL SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Lefever made box lock receiver, 26” barrels, choked Full/Mod, double triggers and extractors, uncheckered splinter forearm and pistol grip stock 14” over a black composition buttplate. SN 13409. CONDITION: Excellent, the barrels retain 97-98% strong original blue, the receiver 94-96% thinning blue, strong on the floorplate and trigger guard. The wood is sound and retains about all it’s original finish. Excellent, bright shiny bores, beautiful, untouched little double. 4-48686 JR99 (1,000-2,000)

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*STEVENS SPRINGFIELD MODEL 5000 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Standard shotgun with 26” bbls choked FULL/FULL. Dbl triggers and extractors, straight grain walnut with semi-beavertail checkered forearm and semi-pistol grip stock 14-3/8” over an old red head pad. SN C19223. CONDITION: Fine. Bbls retain 90-92% thin original blue. Receiver 50-60% case colors. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bores. 4-47830 JR578 (200-400)

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*ITHACA GRADE I FLUES MODEL DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Fine light little shotgun with 26” damascus or damascus pattern bbls with very nicely figured stock and splinter forearm. Receiver has coarse engraving in foliate patterns with stippled background. Dbl triggers and extractors. Stock is 13-3/16” over an Ithaca hard rubber buttplate. SN 260819. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbls retain about 90% damascus pattern. Receiver retains 75% bright original case colors faded toward the front end. Buttstock is extremely fine retaining most of its fine original varnish. Forearm is splintered with the broken pieces attached in a bag. Brilliant shiny bores. 4-47881 JR575 (300-500)

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*ZABALA DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 10 ga. 3-1/2”mag. Pride of Spain model with 32” bbls. Dbl triggers and extractors. Box lock receiver and the bbls have double bite with Greener cross bolt. Receiver is nickel finish and is lightly engraved. Modestly figured wood with beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock is 14-1/2” over a Pachmayr pad. SN Z38399. CONDITION: Fine. The bbls retain about 95% original blue. Receiver about 95% nickel. Wood is sound with a small splinter by the lower tang and retains 94-96% varnish that is slightly crazed. Bright shiny bores. 4-48914 JR688 (300-500)

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*STEVENS FIELD GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Early Steven with 30” bbls, choked FULL/MOD. The receiver is case colored with the makers name and a flying duck on the left side. It has double triggers and extractors. It has the original checkered splinter forearm and a modern replacement buttstock. SN H30886. CONDITION: Good, as noted, bbls retain 80% original blue, receiver about 90% case colors, fading on the top and bottom. Wood is sound missing a sliver at the wrist. Fine, lightly pitted bore. 4-48459 JR339 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (200-400)

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*STEVENS MODEL 530A DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. 32” bbls, choke FULL/FULL, box lock, case colored receiver, checkered walnut, hard rubber buttplate with sling eyes. SN 5318. CONDITION: Fine. 96-97% bbl blue, 75% case colors on receiver, 80% wood, bright shiny bores. 4-47880 JR641 (250-400)

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*ITHACA DELUXE MAG-10 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. 3-1/2” mag. Fine deluxe gun with 32” full-choke vent rib bbl with single white bead. Wood is straight grain walnut with checkered wrist and forearm and original solid red Pachmayr pad. Accompanied by its original cardboard and styrofoam box. Sling swivels are installed in the stock and forearm cap. SN 100023020. CONDITION: As new. May have been fired but does not appear to have been hunted. Bright shiny bore. 4-48687 JR571 (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SKEET GUN. Cal. 410. Early standard skeet gun with 28” plain bbl, 2-1/2” chamber choked SKEET with small round ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 24676. CONDITION: Barrel is a replacement made by Bruce Bowen of Omaha, NE. Gun has been professionally reblued and is in excellent condition. Wood is sound with 93-95% original finish on forearm, and 92-93% original finish on stock. 4-46869 JR153 (500-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Standard grade shotgun with 28” plain modified bbl, short flat bottom ribbed forearm with plain pistol grip stock and “WINCHESTER” plastic buttplate. Accompanied by it original 2-pc cardboard box with yellow label on the end. SN 1504261. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 96-98% original finish to both metal and wood with only light muzzle and edge wear and slight thinning over the chamber area. Wood is sound. Box is fine with paper tape, probably from the factory, in two places. 4-48786 JR595 (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 TRAP GRADE PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine graded shotgun with 30” full choke solid rib bbl, dbl silver beads, checkered large round forearm and pistol grip stock 13-1/4” over a red white-line waffle pad. Bottom of the magazine tube is marked “MODEL-12-TRAP”. SN 814247. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 95-97% strong original blue with some wear and thinning on the magazine tube and bottom of receiver. Left side of receiver has several small scratches that appear to be gun case zipper scratches. Wood is sound and retains about 95% strong original varnish with some minor chips and scratches in the finish. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48785 JR602 (700-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 59 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Deluxe grade shotgun with 26” Winlite bbl that has modified choke. Straight grain checkered forearm and a Winchester black plastic buttplate. Receiver is etched engraved in pattern 4 of a bird dog on point and a woodland scene on the left and flying ducks on the right. SN 2101. CONDITION: Extremely fine as new, retains about 99% original factory finish with some small nicks in front of the grip and the toe. 4-48449 JR329 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (400-600)

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SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 1893 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Winchester’s first attempt at a pump shotgun, only 34,000 produced 1893-1897. Design was apparently weak and a number of them blew up which prompted the redesigned Model 1897. This shotgun has 30” plain modified bbl, round ribbed 3-screw forearm and smooth semi-pistol grip stock with smooth steel buttplate. SN 1764. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain mostly a medium brown patina with about 30% blue on the mag tube. Receiver retains about 50% blue, mostly on right side with the balance brown patina and light rust. Stock has a chip at the wrist and a couple of hairline cracks and retains about 60% original varnish. Forearm is fine and retains about 90% varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-48878 JR637 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1912 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Original riot gun with Polychoke added to the muzzle. SN 162328. CONDITION: Fair. Little original finish remains, wire wrapped stock, otherwise wood is sound. Bright bore. Good mechanics. 4-47835 JR629 (100-300)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 31 SKEET PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Fine deluxe shotgun with 26” solid rib bbl marked “SKEET” with checkered beavertail forearm with grasping grooves and semi-pistol grip stock 14-1/8” over an Ithaca Gun Co. pad. SN 510574. CONDITION: Good, all matching. Retains 75% thin blue overall. Sound wood with most of an old refinish and some crazing on the buttstock. Bright shiny bore with plastic residue. 4-47832 JR579 (200-400)

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*MARLIN MARK II PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Alloy receiver, 28” plain modified bbl, engraved through the finish with a dog and pheasant on the left side and two ducks on the right. Checkered French walnut stock and forearm with red recoil pad. Bottom of receiver marked “Made in France” and trigger guard engraved with initials “EHW”. SN 42212. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains most of its original finish to metal and wood with light nicks and scratches on the stock. Bright shiny bore. 4-48363 JR487 (200-400)

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*H & R MODEL 1915 SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Fine light little shotgun with 26” full choke bbl, case colored receiver, pistol grip stock, hard rubber buttplate. SN A135362. CONDITION: Very fine. 90% bbl blue, 75% faded receiver case colors, 85% wood finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-47836 JR670 (75-150)

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*H & R STANDARD M48 SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. 28” full choke bbl, uncheckered wood, case colored receiver. SN. E24729. CONDITION: Fine. Cracked stock, no buttplate. 4-48871 JR640 (75-150)

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RICHARDS UNDER LEVER HAMMER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. 30” damascus bbls with all metal forearm/opening lever. Back action locks, straight stock, smooth steel buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Fair. Brown patina, worn wood, loose action. 4-48336 JR439 (Anderson Collection) (100-200)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 11 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Usual configuration, with two bbls, one being a plain full choke bbl, 27” with Polychoke. Other is 26” plain skeet. Receiver has a flying duck on left and a pheasant on right. Checkered wood and pistol grip stock and brown composition buttplate. Stock cut to 13-1/2”. SN 745343. CONDITION: About good. Both bbls and receiver retain about 90% original blue. Wood is sound with about 75% original varnish. Bright shiny bores. Good mechanics. 4-47833 JR626 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 916T PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Blued finish, 20” bbl with adjustable sights, nicely figured uncheckered stock and forearm with black plastic buttplate. SN 2B8826. CONDITION: Very fine. As new, probably unfired. In its original styrofoam and cardboard box. 4-48332 JR434 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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SPENCER SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN. SN. 2565, Cal. 12 ga., 32” round bbl. Completely refinished. Buttstock and buttplate are replacements. CONDITION: Retains most of the tank re-blue, worn only on the operating rods. The slide handle is partially cracked on the left side and is badly sun faded. Action is good. 4-47825 FS82 (150-300)

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*MOSSBERG MODEL 500 AT PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. 30” full choke bbl, straight grain wood, slip on pad. SN G232478. CONDITION: Fair, 75% original finish. Functions fine, good bore. 4-48458 JR336 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (100-200)

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*STEVENS MODEL 58A BOLT ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. 24” bbl, 1-pc stock, box magazine. NSN. CONDITION: Excellent. 4-48869 JR638 (100-200)

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ZULU SHOTGUN. NSN, 12 ga., 29-3/4” bbl. Converted French musket made for the African trade. Marked “ZULU” on top of the bbl. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall. Stock is solid with some repairs. 4-47827 FS118 (75-150)

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CONVERTED TABATIERRE MUSKET. NSN. Cal. 12 ga., 34” bbl, converted to shotgun using the snyder system. These are sometimes called Zulu shotguns. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall. A large chunk is missing from the stock at the rear of the action and other cracks and chips are evident. Action is good. 4-47839 FS74 (50-100)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON PRE-WAR K22 MASTERPIECE SECOND MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 6” bbl, partridge front sight with Call Brilliant Bead and round top frame with adjustable sight that has the patent number. Square butt with diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips. The finish is extra polish blue. This is 1 of only 1,067 produced between January 25, 1940 and March 12, 1942. SN 693025. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining 95-96% strong, brilliant blue with the losses due to flaking on the bbl. Hammer and trigger retain most of their bright original case colors. Grips are replacements and show moderate to heavy wear. Brilliant shiny bore, crisp mechanics shows very, very little use. 4-48203 JR272 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON K-32 MASTERPIECE 1ST MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W Long. Blued finish, 6” bbl, partridge front sight, round top frame with square notch adjustable rear sight. Diamond checkered, silver medallion walnut grips with the patent dates inside the medallions. This is 1 of a total production of 83 revolvers of this model. SN 681819. CONDITION: Fine, retains about 95% strong bright original blue with muzzle and edge wear and general use marks. Grips are fine with moderate wear and a chip on the right side. Trigger and hammer retain about 95% thin case colors. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48173 JR255 (Anderson Collection) (2,000-4,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 M&P 2ND MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. & U.S. Service CTG’s. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, target sights, round butt, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 21898. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are numbered to another gun. Retains 93-95% strong original blue under old dried oil, with some minor rust spots and wear. Grips are extremely fine, bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48138 JR241 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON K-22 OUTDOORSMAN 1ST MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Blued finish, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, partridge front sight with McGivern bead. Square butt with silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. SN 650972. CONDITION: Very good, all matching including the grips. Retains 85% original blue with wear on both sides of the bbl and sideplate. Grips are fine with moderate wear, strong bright bore that should clean better, good mechanics. 4-48127 JR244 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 1ST MODEL K-22 MASTERPIECE REVOLVER. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 6” bbl, partridge front sight, Call Brilliant Bead and round top frame with adjustable sight that has tiny white inlays on each side of the notch. Square grips and post war diamond checkered, magna grips. SN 663701. CONDITION: Fine, retains about 97% bright original blue with minor muzzle wear, a ding on the side of the bbl, and light edge wear. It also has a drag line around the cylinder and a scratch on the sideplate. Hammer and trigger retain about 75% fading case colors. Grips are as new. Bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48204 JR273 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 M&P 1ST MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. Blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, target sights, round butt, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. Serial number is followed with a star and the left side of the grip frame has a date “6.15” indicating factory refinish on that date. SN 7665. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are numbered to another gun. Retains about 96-97% strong blue as refinished. Grips are fine, bore is bright with light pitting, fine mechanics. 4-48130 JR242 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-WAR 22/32 KIT GUN. Cal. 22. Blued finish, 4” bb, Marbles 35-A front sight, round top frame with adjustable rear sight and a white outline around the U-notch. It has round butt, diamond checkered silver medallion, walnut grips that are numbered 531097. SN 530214. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching except the grips. Retains about 98-99% strong bright original blue, extremely fine grips, bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. 4-48270 JR316 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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COLT MODEL 1895 NEW MODEL ARMY/NAVY DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Colt. Blued finish, 6” bbl, dbl notch cylinder, black hard rubber grips with oval Colt embossing. Bbl address has patent dates through “95”. SN 119727. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 96-97% bright glossy blue with some flaking on the left front side of frame. Possibly unfired. Grips show light diamond point wear, otherwise are sharp and crisp. Edges of the hammer and trigger retain most of their bright niter blue and the sides of the hammer, bright polish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48349 JR489 (800-1,200)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1905 M&P TARGET 4TH CHANGE REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blued finish, 6” bbl, target front sight, round top frame with round groove adjustable rear sight. Diamond checkered medallion magna grips that are numbered to another revolver. SN 518940. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 92-94% strong bright original blue with muzzle and edge wear, some minor spots on the sideplate, and one or two spots of pitting. Grips are very fine and sharp with one or two chipped diamonds. Hammer and trigger retain thin case colors. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48182 JR256 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON BEKEART MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Blued finish, 6” bbl, target front sight, adjustable rear sight, with diamond checkered medallion target grips having the separate number “1546” stamped on the bottom of the left grip. Shipped in 1912. SN 163803. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains 90-92% strong bright original blue, with muzzle and cylinder wear and a cleaned spot on the left side of the frame. Grips show moderate wear, are sound and retain most of their original finish. Bore is strong and bright, with light to moderate pitting, good mechanics. 4-48268 JR318 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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*LOT OF TWO SMITH & WESSON 22/32 KIT GUNS. Cal. 22. Blue finish, 6” bbls. 1) Bekeart model, extended diamond checkered walnut grips, target sights. SN 428021. CONDITION: About good. Retains about 60% blue, very worn grips. All matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Strong bright bore with pitting. 2) Bekeart model, target sights. Monogrammed 2-pc hard rubber grips. SN 221228. CONDITION: About good. All matching except the grips which, are numbered to another gun, retains most of an old re-blue. Strong bright bore with a ring near the muzzle. Good mechanics. 4-48202; 4-48265 JR369 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON BEKEART MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Blue finish, 6” bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight. About 75% coverage modest quality foliate arabesque pattern engraving with punch dot background. The trigger is beautifully checkered and is fitted with amateur made, coarse checkered ivory grips which have S&W medallions. SN 409217. CONDITION: As noted, retains about 95% custom blue, strong bright dirty bore, fine yellow color to the grips, good mechanics. 4-48266 JR317 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON BEKEART MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Blued finish, 6” bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight. Diamond checkered extension target grips with the number “2262” stamped on the bottom of the left side. The serial number is followed by a star and the left side of the grip frame has a small “B” and a diamond with the date “7.26” apparently date of factory refinish. SN 208067. CONDITION: Fair to good, 25-30% thin plum finish remains, with the balance gray metal color. Grips are heavily worn and the original number is no longer visible. Strong bore with moderate pitting, worn mechanics. 4-48267 JR319 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL AUSTRIAN POLICE REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Parkerized finish, 5” bbl, smooth walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. Left rear side of the frame is stamped “OSTERREICH/POLIZEI” with an eagle in the middle (Austrian Police). Top of the backstrap is unit marked “16BN/745/1172”. Bottom of the butt has the “WB” and flaming bomb proofs. SN 957197. CONDITION: Fine, retains about 95% thinning parkerized finish with some light spotting on the bbl and cylinder. Grips are about new and are recent replacements. Bore is strong and bright with a ring at midpoint. 4-48214 JR267 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 38/200 BRITISH SERVICE REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 6” bbl, diamond checkered walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt and a small “P” proof. Left rear side of the frame marked with a “C” and broad arrow of the Canadian Government with right side of the bbl, frame and around the cylinder having British proofs. SN 739846. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining virtually all its original factory finish with light muzzle and edge wear and some pin points of rust on the sideplate, all matching including the grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-48187 JR254 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*EXPERIMENTAL SMITH & WESSON REVOLVER. Appears to be in 32-44 or possibly 32 S&W Long. Unfinished with 5” heavy bbl that resembles a triple lock. Built on what appears to be an unfinished 1917 frame that has a Springfield inspection mark inside the crane and the assembly number 79137. Medallion diamond checkered grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. Left side of the grip frame is stamped “E4” under the grip and the number “4” is also stamped on the bottom of the bbl, cylinder is unmarked. Also on the bottom of the bbl is scratched a number “30” and the date “12/26/43”. Chambers are sleeved down to their current size. NSN CONDITION: Fine, as noted, unfinished gray metal color with scattered light pitting on the frame and sideplate. Good grips, bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. Certainly an unusual piece that requires further investigation. 4-48190 JR257 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-3,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-PRODUCTION SAMPLE OF A K-32 TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W long. Unfinished, in the white, with rough machine marks but with all roll marks and numbers except on the cylinder and bbl. Bbl is 6” with a partridge front sight and round top adjustable rear sight. Square butt with diamond checkered medallion grips. Cylinder is apparently from a finished revolver, as it is polished with blue in the flutes and on the ejector rod. SN 679643. CONDITION: As noted. Grips show substantial wear. Bore is as new, mechanics are tight. A most unusual piece that would add to anyone’s collection. 4-48131 JR235 (Anderson Collection) (2,000-3,500)

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*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR M&P 1ST MODEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Nickel finish, 4” bbl, fixed sight, 2-pc round butt, medallion pearl grips. Engraved with about 40% coverage foliate arabesque factory engraving. Left side of the grip frame, under the grip, is stamped “R-N” and has the date “5 78” indicating factory renickel on that date. SN 2823. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching except the grips. Retains about all of its renickel finish, strong bright bore, very fine grips with a replaced chip on the left side and a couple of small cracks on the right side, good mechanics. 4-48133 JR233 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Spcl. 1) Hand Ejector Model 1905 1st Change, blued finish, 6-1/2” bbl, diamond checkered medallion grips. Extractor guide (star wheel) still has the rounded ends on the arms. SN 137131. CONDITION: Good to very good, retains 90-95% original blue, flaked thin on the frame and sideplate, with muzzle wear, mismatched grips, bright, light pitting, good mechanics. 2) Hand Ejector Model 1905 4th Change, nickel finish, 6” bbl. SN 380100. CONDITION: Fine, retains 96-96% strong original nickel with some light pimpling on the sideplate. Grips are not original and have heavy wear. Bright bore, light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48191, 4-48196 JR253 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 32-20. Blued finish, diamond checkered medallion walnut grips. 1) Hand Ejector Model 1905 4th Change, 5” bbl, late bbl markings. SN 144632. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired, retaining virtually all its original factory finish with a couple spots of rust on the left side of the frame and pin points of rust on the sideplate. 2) Hand Ejector Model 1905 3rd Change, 4” bbl. SN 64358. CONDITION: Good, retains about 40% thin blue with fine surface pitting, very fine grips from another revolver, strong bore, light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48176, 4-48180 JR252 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*REMINGTON 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. WWII production 1903 with bbl dated “6-42”, 1-pc stock with long hand guard and Boit 44 military sling. Left side of the buttstock has faint letters “VFW”. Accompanied by a ground down M1903 bayonet with 6-5/8” blade. SN 3143505. CONDITION: Very fine. Metal retains 96-97% original parkerizing, except the floorplate and trigger guard, which is about 85%. Wood is sound and has a fine hand rubbed linseed oil patina. Sling is dry and crackled but sound. Bore is dark and pitted apparently from blank firing. Bayonet as noted, about good. 4-47849 JR580 (300-600)

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REMINGTON M1903A3 BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard issue rifle with bbl date, “9-43”. Original Remington bolt, 2-groove bbl, 1-pc Walnut stock with “RA” and “FJA” cartouches, front sight has the stamped sheet metal cover and a nickeled cleaning kit in the trap of the checkered buttplate. SN 4007990. CONDITION: Pristine new. Appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only one or two small storage marks on the wood. 4-48682 JR570 (800-1,200)

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*SMITH CORONA MODEL 03A3 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Usual configuration with 24” bbl dated 3-43, blade front sight, receiver mounted peep sight, 1-pc stock, long hand guard, stamped floorplate and trigger guard with checkered buttplate with trap. SN 4812458. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains about 90% parkerizing, sound wood, no visible cartouches, dark oil finish. Strong bore, dark in grooves. 4-47854 JR671 (250-500)

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*EDDYSTONE MODEL 1917 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Usual configuration with 26” bbl, winged front sight and standard rear sight. Full length stock and forearm with swivels and smooth buttplate with trap. Bbl date 10-18. SN 1346721. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Metal retains most all of its original fine parkerizing and the wood and about all of its fine oil finish with minor handling and storage marks and a small gouge on the buttstock. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-47853 JR627 (300-500)

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GERMAN MODEL 71 BOLT ACTION MILITARY CARBINE. Cal. 11mm Mauser. Scarce carbine with 20” oct to round bbl, barleycorn front sight with short carbine rear sight. Usual markings, dated on right side 1876. Single bbl band missing the swivel with a buttstock swivel and smooth steel buttplate. SN 6179B. CONDITION: Good to very good. Appears to be all matching, missing the rear sight blade and retains a bright finish under a very heavy coating of old fireplace soot and smoke. Wood is sound and retains most of a sanded refinish. Strong bright bore. 4-48727 JR475 (300-500)

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FRENCH MODEL 1891 LEBEL CARBINE. Cal. 8mm Lebel. Usual configuration, 18” bbl, 1-pc stock, missing wiping rod, with sling swivels. SN 35042. CONDITION: Good. Mismatched, good mechanics, good bore. Broken magazine spring. 4-47852 JR628 (100-200)

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*SPORTERIZED ENFIELD RIFLE. Cal. 303 British. No. 4 MKI with cut down forearm, shortened bbl with attached front sight and SK scope mount. Military style sling, 5-shot mag. SN V16305. CONDITION: Fine. Good metal, refinished wood. Good sling. Bright shiny bore. 4-48362 JR488 (50-150)

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*1891 ARGENTINE MAUSER. Cal. 7.65 Argentine. Sporterized military rifle, bbl cut to 24-1/2”, forearm reduced, single bbl band. SN 5120. CONDITION: As noted, very good. Strong bright bore. 4-47857 JR581 (100-200)

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*1895 CHILENO MAUSER RIFLE. Cal. 7mm. Sporterized rifle with 24” bbl, military sights, cut down forearm, 1-bbl band, mismatched. SN L5037. CONDITION: Good to very good. Good bore, dark in the grooves. 4-47858 JR577 (100-200)

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*LOT OF TWO WWII JAPANESE MILITARY RIFLES. 1) Type 99. Cal. 7.7 Jap. Accompanied by an original bayonet with flat ground blade with steel sheath. SN 79444. CONDITION: Good to very good. Missing the ramrod, monopod and aircraft sights, mismatched bolt, cleaned receiver. Wood is sound with most of an old refinish. Strong bore. Bayonet is fine. 2) Type 38 Arisaka training rifle. Cal. 6.5 Jap with 30” smooth bore bbl with stepped muzzle to accommodate bayonet. Standard sights with original wiping rod. 1-pc wood stock with short hand guard and smooth steel buttplate. Completely unmarked except for the serial number and numbers on the various parts. SN 12. CONDITION: Mismatched with light rust on the exposed metal, refinished wood, pitted bore. Missing the extractor. 4-48740; 4-48737 JR478 (200-400)

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LOT OF TWO EARLY EUROPEAN BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES. 1) French Model 1874 dated 1881. Cal. 11mm with 32” tapered round bbl, standard sights, 2 bbl bands, saber bayonet lug at the muzzle, 1-pc walnut stock with smooth steel buttplate. SN 70203. CONDITION: Mismatched, refinished, heavy coat of fireplace soot and smoke. Forearm is missing a long splinter on left side with most of an old refinish. Strong dark bore. 2) Vetterli dated 1891. Cal. 11mm with 34” tapered round bbl, usual sights with box magazine. SN AK4367. CONDITION: Broken stock, refinished wood, pitting along the bbl channel, heavy coating of fireplace soot and smoke. Springfield trapdoor ramrod. 4-48735; 4-48736 JR476 (200-400)

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LOT OF TWO SWISS VETTERLI BOLT-ACTION RIFLES. 1) Model 1878 SN. 195777. Cal. .41 Swiss, 33-1/4” hard oct bbl. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall, stock has been repaired at the wrist, ramrod is missing. Mechanically good. 2) Model 1878 SN. 164270. Cal. .41 Swiss, 33-1/4” hard oct bbl. Stock has been cut in front of the rear bbl band. A number of mother of pearl inlays have been inserted into the stock. CONDITION: 50% blue mixed with light surface rust and wear. Stock has been repaired at the wrist, ramrod and lower tang screw and swing swivels are missing. Mechanically good. 4-47850; 4-47851 FS78 (200-400)

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*ENGRAVED & INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON AIRWEIGHT CHIEF SPECIAL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blued finish, 2” bbl, medallion ivory Micarta grips. About 80% coverage fine quality foliate arabesque pattern, non-factory engraving. Backstrap is engraved with the name “W.E.Wayman”. SN 129566. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining virtually all of its custom finish applied after engraving, appears unfired. 4-48101 JR234 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON TERRIER POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 2” bbl, half moon front sight, small knurled hammer, 5-screw frame. Grips are diamond checkered with medallions in an extended target configuration, and the grip frame has been modified with a notch to fit into the grips. Bottom of the grips are fitted with a flat blued metal grip cap secured into the butt with 2 screws. Srial number has been relocated from the bottom of the butt to the front strap. These grips are numbered to the revolver. SN 68813. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips, retains 95-97% strong bright original blue, with scattered very fine surface rust. Left grip has a crack above the medallion. Strong bright bore with a spot or two of rust, crisp mechanics. 4-48247 JR308 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON TERRIER POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 2” bbl, half moon front sight, diamond checkered medallion grips, late style thumb latch. SN 66910. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains 95% original finish, good grips with light wear, strong bright bore, crisp mechanics. 4-48253 JR309 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON CHIEF’S SPECIAL REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Special, blued finish, 2” bbl, ramp front sights, 2-pc diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips, 5-screw models, small guard, small grip. 1) SN 30706. Early flat latch. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching including grips, 85% original blue, thin on bbl and cylinder, brown backstrap, chipped grip, bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 2) SN 71514. Later thick latch. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except grips which are from another revolver. Retains 96-97% original blue, fired very little, light muzzle and edge wear, light freckled rust on the right side and sideplate, grips are extremely fine, bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48246, 4-48254 JR304 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON CHIEF’S SPECIAL REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Special, blued finish, 2-pc diamond checkered, medallion grips. 1) SN 2608. 5-screw Model with early flat latch and integral half moon front sight. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips, retains about 97% original finish overall, slightly thin on the cylinder, good bore, fired very little, good mechanics. 2) SN 46402. 4-screw Model with angled flat latch, ramp type front sight. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains about 95% original blue with minor rust spotting and moderate grip wear. Bright bore, good mechanics. 4-48249, 4-48251 JR302 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON CHIEF’S SPECIAL REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Special, blued finish, 2” bbl, half-moon front sight, 2-pc diamond checkered, medallion walnut grips with early flat latch, 5-screw models. 1) SN 2026. Half moon front sight, small guard, small grip. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, retains 95-96% original finish, thin on the cylinder, brown on the backstrap. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 2) SN 24826. Ramp front sight. CONDITION: Very good, all matching including the grips, retains 90-92% original finish, worn bbl, thin cylinder and brown backstrap, very worn grips missing a sliver, strong bright bore, good mechanics. 4-48250, 4-48252 JR303 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON J-FRAME REVOLVERS. 1) Centennial Airweight 38 Special, 2” bbl, uncheckered medallion Centennial grips. Frame is anodized alloy with blued steel bbl and cylinder. Unusual with 5-screw sideplate and a small lock screw on the sideplate screw at the top. SN10829. CONDITION: About good, retains 70-75% finish overall, thin cylinder with pimpling on sideplate, bright bore, good grips, good action. 2) Chief’s Special, 38 Special, blued finish, 2” bbl, diamond checkered medallion grips. SN 14785. CONDITION: About good, all matching including grips, retains most of a cold blue finish with some light pitting, bright bore, good mechanics. 4-48244, 4-48248 JR301 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 66-1 PRESENTATION REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. Stainless steel, 2-1/2” bbl with red ramp front sight and adjustable rear sight. Round butt with checkered, medallion walnut grips. Sideplate is inscribed “TIMOTHY BRAATEN/CHIEF/OF/POLICE/8/84-12-93”. Also on the sideplate is the seal of the city of Oak Ridge, TN. Presumably, Chief Braaten was the chief of police for Oak Ridge. Left side of the frame beneath the cylinder is inscribed in script “TIMOTHY BRAATEN”. SN 98K8506. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains most of its original finish to both metal and wood, appears unfired. 4-48200 JR295 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 66-1 STAINLESS STEEL REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. All stainless, 2-1/2” bbl, red ramp front sight and adjustable rear sight. Round butt with checkered medallion, walnut grips. SN 32K3939. CONDITION: As new, possibly unfired, retains all of its factory finish to metal and wood. 4-48194 JR292 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60 TENNESSEE ASSO.03 OF CHIEFS OF POLICE COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Stainless steel, 2” bbl, round butt with checkered, medallion walnut grips. Backstrap is beautifully engraved “TO R.B. from Chief Bob Smith’84”. It is believed the Chief Smith was the Chief of Police of Knoxville, TN. Sideplate has the logo of the Tennessee Asso.03 of Chiefs of Police and is also marked “CHARTERED 1970”. SN ADR5183. CONDITION: As new, appear to be unfired, retaining virtually of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48198 JR293 (Anderson Collection) (300-800)

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*INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 36 CHIEF’S SPECIAL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blued finish, 2” bbl, ramp front sight, smooth 2-pc medallion grips. Sideplate is inscribed in script engraving “TO R B WAYMAN/IN PAYMENT OF/DEBT/HANK MEANS,/DALLAS, 1979”. The left side of the grip frame under the grip is stamped with the number of various markings one of which is “X8295”. The same number appears inside the sideplate. SN J791159. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears unfired, retains virtually of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48222 JR305 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 40 CENTENNIAL POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blued finish, 2” bbl, flat latch, smooth extension medallion grips. Sideplate is engraved through the blue “R.B.W.” SN 6702. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, as new, all matching including the grips, retains virtually all its original finish to metal and wood with only a fine cylinder line. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. 4-48242 JR300 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*COLT AGENT POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Anodized alloy frame, blued steel 2” bbl and cylinder with full checkered medallion, walnut grips. Backstrap is inscribed though the finish “TO R.B. WAYMAN” and on the bottom “COLT”. SN 124228LW. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears unfired, retaining virtually all of its original factory finish. 4-48245 JR306 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON CENTENNIAL POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Nickel finish, 2” bbl, medallion pearl grips with flat latch. SN 930. CONDITION: Fine as refinished, retains virtually all of its custom nickel. Bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48243 JR299 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 38 AIRWEIGHT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Black anodized alloy frame with blued steel bbl and cylinder. Round butt with checkered medallion, walnut grips. Hammer is partially shrouded. SN 653033 CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired, retains virtually all of original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48223 JR298 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60 CHIEF’S SPECIAL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. All stainless, 2” bbl, no grips. SN R9197. CONDITION: Very fine, retains virtually all of it original factory finish with some spotting on the right side, appears unfired. 4-48255 JR307 (Anderson Collection) (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 10-7 PERUVIAN CONTRACT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Special. Blued finish, 2” bbl, fixed sights, round butt with checkered medallion, walnut grips. Sideplate has the crest of Peru with the inscription “POLICIA DE INVESTIGACIONES DEL PERU”. SN AEW5089. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired, retaining virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-48197 JR294 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON BRITISH CONTRACT DA REVOLVERS. 1) Cal. 38 S&W. Model 38/200 Service revolver. Blued finish, 6” bbl, diamond checkered, silver medallion walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. There is a small “P” on the bottom of the bbl by the serial number. SN 717832. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, possibly unfired, all matching including the grips, retaining about all its original factory finish with a small scratch on the frame. Bright shiny bore. 2) Cal. 38 Spcl. Model 1905 M&P 4th Change. Blued finish, 4” bbl, fixed sights, diamond checkered silver medallion walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. British proofed with Arabic markings on the bbl. SN 758178. CONDITION: Very good, all matching except the grips, retains 93-95% original blue, grips show heavy wear with a couple chips. Bright bore, light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48179, 4-48185 JR250 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR M & P REVOLVERS. Cal. 32-20. Nickel finish, 4” bbls, round butt, black hard rubber grips. 1) Model 1902 1st change. SN 17452. CONDITION: Very fine, retains 96-97% strong original nickel with a scratch on the sideplate and a couple spots of rust with another on the left side of the frame. Hammer and trigger retain most of the bright original case colors. Cylinder face has light rust. Bore is strong and bright with a few spots of pitting, fine mechanics. 2) First Model. Serial number is followed with a star and the left side of the grip frame is stamped with the date “6.43” indicating factory refinish on that date. SN 3782. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. Retains most of its refinished nickel with light muzzle wear. Grips are fine with moderate wear, bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-48174, 4-48175 JR263 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*LOT OF TWO MODERN DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. 1) Colt detective special. Cal. 38Spcl. Nickel 2” bbl., checkered wood grips with black Bucheimer holster. SN A40520. CONDITION: Near new, has been fired but retains virtually all of its original finish. Sound mechanics, good holster. 2) Smith & Wesson Combat Masterpiece pre-model 18. Cal. 22. Blued, 4” bbl., adjustable sights, diamond checkered magna grips. Accompanied by its original 2-pc box. SN K293911. CONDITION: Very good, moderate holster wear, 90-92% original finish, very fine grips, bright shiny bore. Box has worn corners and edged with damage to one end. 4-48395; 4-48396 JR459 (400-600)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR M&P REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Special. Nickel finish, round butt. 1) Second Change 4” bbl, black hard rubber grips. SN 33206. CONDITION: About good, retains about 70% nickel, fine grips, strong dark bore, good mechanics. 2) First Model, 5” bbl, 2-pc pearl grips. SN 10078. CONDITION: Fair to good, 20% nickel, balance patina and light rust, ejector rod knob missing, poor bore, good mechanics, fine grips. 3) First Model, 6-1/2” bbl, 2-pc pearl grips. SN 17810. CONDITION: Very good, as refinished, 90% nickel, extremely fine grips, strong bore, lightly pitted, good mechanics. 4-48192, 4-48195, 4-48193 JR260 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR M&P REVOLVERS. Cal. 32-20. 1) 1902 Second Model. Nickel finish, 4” bbl, black hard rubber grips. SN 8450. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished, 98% nickel, fine grips, strong bright bore, does not function on double action. 2) Model 1905 1st Change. Blue finish, 4” bbl, round butt, diamond checkered medallion walnut grips. SN 25635. CONDITION: Good to very good, 60% thin blue, near new grips from another revolver. Strong bore with light pitting, good mechanics. 3) Model 1905 1st Change. Nickel finish, 4” bbl, square butt with later diamond checkered magna grips. Left side of grip frame “RN” in a rectangle and has the date “12 73” indicating factory refinish on that date. Frame markings restamped. SN 22690. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished, retaining virtually all its new nickel, strong bore, fine pitting, near new grips, good mechanics. 4-48178, 4-48186, 4-48189 JR262 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR REVOLVERS. 1) Model 38-200 British Service Revolver. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 5” bbl, diamond checkered walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. Bbl, cylinder and left side of the frame has British proofs. SN 831325. CONDITION: Very fine, retains 96-97% strong original blue, grips are from another revolver and are heavily worn. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics, may be unfired. 2) Model 1905 M&P 4th Change. Cal. 38 Spcl. Blued finish, 4” bbl, diamond checkered walnut grips. SN 47336. CONDITION: Fair to good, 15-20% finish remains the balance a light patina, grips heavily worn, strong bore light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48181, 4-48201 JR258 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON M&P REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Spcl. All are nickel finished with round butt and fixed sights. 1) Model 1905. SN 104988. 6” bbl, pearl grips. Bbl marked “S&W 38 MIL” (will accept 38 Spcl.) CONDITION: Fair to good, 60% nickel, repaired left grip, strong pitted bore, good mechanics. 2) Model 1902, SN 45637. 6-1/2” bbl, black hard rubber grips. Serial number is followed with a star indicating factory refinish. Bbl is marked “38 S&W Special/& U.S. SERVICE CTGS”. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except grips, retains most of its refinished nickel, damaged front sight, strong bore, fine pitting, good mechanics. 3) Model 1905, SN 99922. 6-1/2” bbl, 2-pc hard rubber grips. Left side of the grip frame marked with a star and the date “12 59” indicating factory refinish on that date. Bbl marking as in No. 2 above. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips, retains most of its renickel finish, bushed frame screw, very fine grips with a repaired crack on the left side, strong dark bore that should clean much better, good mechanics. 4-48126, 4-48136, 4-48134 JR243 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR M&P REVOLVERS. Cal. 32-20. 1) Fourth Change. Blued finish, 5” bbl, square butt, diamond checkered walnut grips. SN 96704. CONDITION: Fair to good, 40% blue, fine pitting, good grips, bright bore, good mechanics. 2) Model 1905. Nickel finish, 6-1/2” bbl, round butt, black hard rubber grips. SN 19882. CONDITION: Good, 65-75% nickel, fine rust and pitting, good grips, strong dark bore, good mechanics. 4-48177, 4-48199 JR261 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*LOT OF 2 COLT DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Special 1) Official Police. Blued finish, 4” bbl, replacement medallion oversized grips. Backstrap stamped “ARD 39-3 US NO A 1004” with an anchor at the top. SN 171901. CONDITION: Fine, retains about 95% original blue with normal wear patterns, grips are fine, uncheckered with most of original varnish, bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 2) Official Police. Blued finish, 4” bbl, medallion full checkered, wood grips. SN 699779. CONDITION: Very good, retains about 93% original blue with bbl and cylinder wear, strong and bright elsewhere, fine grips, bright bore, good mechanics. 4-48183, 4-48184 JR 259 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,500)

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*HIGH STANDARD SENTINEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Nickel finish, 2-3/8” bbl, white plastic bird head grips. Double action only. SN 2395399. CONDITION: Fine. Retains most of its original finish. Good bore, good mechanics. 4-48286 JR382 (Anderson Collection) (100-200)

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*GREAT WESTERN SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. Blued and case colored finish, 5-1/2” bbl, fixed sights, plastic stag grips. SN GW994. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 95-96% original finish overall. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. Would make a good cowboy action shooter. 4-48285 JR383 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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GERMAN BAR PISTOL. Cal. 25 Centerfire. Blued finish, extremely thin flat pocket pistol with 2-1/2” superposed bbls and folding trigger. The bar has four chambers, the top two of which are fired dbl action. Then the bar is rotated bringing two fresh cartridges in line with the bores. It has replacement red rubber grips. SN 6453. CONDITION: Good, as noted. Retains 80-85% bright original blue. Strong dark bores. 4-48748 JR533 (200-400)

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*GREAT WESTERN SUPERPOSED DERRINGER. Cal. 38 S&W. Copy of a Remington Derringer with blued bbls and an alloy frame with black plastic grips. SN 690. CONDITION: Good. Shows considerable wear with some light rust on the bbls. Bright shiny bores. Good mechanics. 4-48287 JR386 (Anderson Collection) (100-200)

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*BRAZILIAN DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL. SN 6880. Cal. 320. 4” ribbed bbl. Marked “A. ESPINGARDA MINEIRA” on top of bbl and “EDMUNDO MACHADO / RIO DE JANEIRO” on both sides of the frame. CONDITION: 80% nickel overall with live rust where nickel has flaked away. The grip is good. Action is fine. The rear grip screw is striped. FS28 4-47804 (100-200)

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RARE ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON “BABY RUSSIAN”, MODEL #2 FIRST TYPE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Gold and nickel finish, 4” keyhole ribbed bbl, engraved in New York style with about 65% coverage fine foliate arabesque patterns, with foliate patterns between the flutes on the cylinder. Fitted with very bright 2-pc pearl grips. Frame is nickel plated. Cylinder, latch and latch screws are gold plated. SN 5528. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. All matching including the grips which have the number, 28 scratched on each side. Appears to be unfired since being engraved and plated. Engraving is sharp and crisp with the cylinder and other gold appointments possibly redone. Hammer retains about 90% bright case colors. Trigger and gear pawl retain 50% thin blue. Bore is brilliant and shiny, mechanics are crisp. 4-48100 JR 183 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL #2 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/4” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc round butt pearl grips. Engraved in New York style with about 80% coverage and the backstrap inscribed “E.M. BLALOCK”. SN 27361. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips, which have the number 361 inscribed on both sides. Overall retains 96-97% strong original nickel with only minor losses on the cylinder and at the muzzle and a small bare spot on the bottom of the butt. Grips are fine with a chip out of the right heel and some age discoloration. Bore is strong with light pitting, mechanics are fine. 4-48083 JR176 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON 32 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” keyhole ribbed bbl with bird head, 2-pc ivory grips. New York style engraved with a bluebird and its nest on the sideplate and foliate arabesque elsewhere with about 60% coverage. SN 5940. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching except the grips which appear original to this revolver. Overall, it retains about 90% strong original nickel with most of the losses at the muzzle, front of the cylinder and around the forcing cone. Hammer retains about 50% good case colors. Grips are fine with beautiful color and nice grain patterns. Dark pitted bore, fine mechanics. 4-48082 JR171 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL #2 SECOND TYPE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 6” keyhole ribbed bbl with high half moon front sight and round butt, 2-pc medallion pearl grips. Fitted with the Mexican model flat-sided hammer and spur trigger. However, it has the half-cock safety notch in the hammer. SN 23808. CONDITION: Very good to fine, all matching except the latch, which is numbered 5758 and the grips, which are unnumbered. Overall, it retains about 90% strong, bright blue with some thin areas on the bbl and left side of the frame. Cylinder and grip frame are thin. Hammer and trigger retain most of their brilliant colors. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. Fine grips with a small line on the right side. 4-48091 JR180 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL #2 SECOND TYPE SPUR TRIGGER TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 6” keyhole ribbed bbl with target sights and 2-pc medallion round butt pearl grips. Fitted with the flat-sided Mexican hammer and spur trigger but has the safety notch in the hammer. The serial number is on the front strap instead of the normal position on the bottom of the butt indicating it may have been shipped with extension grips. Records indicate it was shipped to Germany, although there are no proof marks. SN 17970. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl and cylinder are numbered 12474 and the latch is unnumbered. Retains 88-90% strong bright, original blue overall, with the balance flaked to a light gray patina with drag lines around the cylinder. Grips are fine. Bore is brilliant and shiny, mechanics are crisp. 4-48094 JR181 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL #2 SECOND TYPE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 5” keyhole ribbed bbl with half moon front sight and round butt, 2-pc black monogrammed hard rubber grips. Fitted with the Mexican spur trigger but has the original “91” flanged hammer. There is a series of letters and numbers lightly scratched on the left side of the grip frame under the grip that appear to be a police property number. SN 5553. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips, which are numbered 37784. Overall retains 35-40% thin original blue with the balance being gray metal patina with light pitting on the bbl. Grips are fine with light wear. Bore is strong and bright with light pitting, fine mechanics. 4-48092 JR 182 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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SMITH & WESSON BABY RUSSIAN MODEL 2 FIRST TYPE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/4” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc round butt pearl grips. This is a scarce variation with the tiny screw on the right side of the frame just in front of the hammer screw, behind the recoil shield. SN 27. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching except the grips, which are unnumbered. Overall retains 60-70% dull nickel with the balance gray metal color and a couple spots of pitting on the bbl. Grips are fine and fit this revolver well. Bore is strong with moderate pitting, mechanics are fine, the break-open action a little stiff. 4-48087 JR178 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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SMITH & WESSON BABY RUSSIAN MODEL 2 FIRST TYPE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish. 3-1/4” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc S&W logo, round butt, hard rubber grips. SN 14038. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips. Overall retains about 90% original nickel turning milky. Grips are fine with moderate to heavy wear. Bore is strong with moderate pitting, mechanics are fine. 4-48085 JR177 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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SMITH & WESSON 32 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 6” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc S&W logo bird head red and black mottled hard rubber grips. SN 23575. CONDITION: Good to very good, retains about 85% original nickel with the balance a silver metal color. Some of the screws are slightly battered. Bbl, latch and cylinder are not numbered. Strong bright, shiny bore with minor pitting. Fine grips with moderate wear. Cylinder stop does not engage with the hammer down, otherwise mechanics are fine. 4-48088 JR175 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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LOT OF TEN PAST JULIA AUCTION CATALOGS. This lot of ten past Julia auction catalogs, together with the prices realized list, is being sold to benefit the St. Jude’s hospital. The National Auctioneers Association, of which we are a member, has had a special project for the last few years, in which they ask member auctioneers throughout North America to sell a special donation item at each of their upcoming auctions; the proceeds of which will be donated directly to St. Jude’s Hospital for children. The entire proceeds of the sale of these catalogs (to include our up-coming Glass & Lamp auction) will, therefore, be donated to St. Jude’s Hospital and in future Julia auctions, we will continue to offer a special donation lot, the proceeds of which will be sent along to St. Jude’s. These catalogs, replete with photographs, descriptions, sales estimate and prices realized list have always proven to be a tremendous reference sources for collectors and we continue to sell the catalogs long after the auction has taken place. The original sale price of these catalogs varies, but the retail cost of the entire ten catalogs was between ($300-$400)

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RARE SMITH & WESSON 32 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 2-1/2” keyhole ribbed bbl with bird head, 2-pc S&W logo, red and brown mottled hard rubber grips. SN 21567. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains about 90% original nickel with a spot of heavy pitting on the rib and about 50% nickel on the cylinder with drag lines. Grips are fine and show moderate wear. Strong bore with light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48086 JR173 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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SMITH & WESSON 32 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” keyhole ribbed bbl with bird head, 2-pc black hard rubber grips without S&W logo. It also is made without the spring strain screw and has the internal eccentric strain screw. SN 481. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips which have the pencil number in the right side. Overall, it retains about 90% bright original nickel with some light dings on the left side of the bbl and a series of battered marks on the top strap. Cylinder retains about 40% nickel mostly in the flutes. Grips are extremely fine showing light wear and the left beginning to fade. Bore is strong and bright with couple spots of deep pitting. Mechanics are fine, the ejector is a little stiff. 4-48084 JR 174 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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SMITH & WESSON 32 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” keyhole ribbed bbl with bird head, 2-pc hard rubber grips. Grips are early style without S&W logo. SN 34114. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains about 75-80% original nickel with some bare metal on the right side of the bbl and with some light spotting on the right side of the frame and backstrap. Grips are fine with moderate wear. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting, good mechanics and a drag line around the cylinder. 4-48093 JR172 (Anderson Collection) (250-500)

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LOT OF 3 ANTIQUE PISTOLS. 1) Protector spur trigger. SN 811. Cal. .32. 2-3/4” bbl. Missing cylinder pin and other parts. CONDITION: Poor, not working. 2) Marlin No. 32 STANDARD revolver. SN 284. Cal. .32. 3” bbl. CONDITION: Rusted and pitted bbl and cylinder. Mechanically good. 3) Unmarked single shot Deringer. SN 322. Cal. .32. 2-3/4” round bbl. Replaced grips. CONDITION: Lightly rusted overall. FS50 4-47795 (100-200)

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LOT OF TWO ANTIQUE REVOLVERS. 1) S&W First Model, Third Issue. Cal 22 Short. Nickel finish, bird head wood grips, 3-1/2” bbl. SN 64723. CONDITION: Fair, re-nickeled and refinished grips, retains about all this finish, good bore. 2) Tiny German folding trigger double action revolver. Cal 25 CF. Blued finish, 1-1/2” ovoid bbl., 2-pc checkered horn grips. SN 11. CONDITION: Fine, mechanics seem to function well in both single and double action. 4-48397; 4-48402 JR460 (150-300)

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*LOT OF 4 PISTOLS. 1) Ranger 22. SN2480. Cal. 22. 2-1/2” bbl. CONDITION: 80% nickel. Some rust. 2) Stevens Model 41. SN 65054. Cal. .22. 5-7/8” part oct. bbl. CONDITION: 80% nickel, traces of blue on bbl all mixed with light rust and pitting. 3) Ethan Allen Deringer . SN 576. Cal. 41. 2-1/2” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Rusty and pitted. 4) Stevens 1st Model Tip Up. SN 22751. Cal. 22. 3-1/2” part oct. bbl. CONDITION: Moderate to heavy pitting on the bbl, strong traces of silver on the frame, missing extractor mechanism and trigger spring. FS41 4-48543 (150-300)

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LOT OF 3 ANTIQUE REVOLVERS. 1) American Standard Tool Company. SN 24951. Cal. .22. 3-3/16” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. Frame has been cleaned. Grips have about half of the varnish remaining. 2) European pin-fire revolver. SN 22. Cal. 7mm. 3-1/2” oct. bbl. CONDITION: 50% nickel with rust where nickel is missing. Grips are poor replacements, the action needs parts. 3) Smith & Wesson Model 1-1/2 old issue. SN 22389. Cal. .32. 3-1/2” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Traces of blue showing through, spotty rust and pitting. Grips have about half the varnish, mechanically needs work. FS39 4-48534 (200-300)

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LOT OF 8 REVOLVERS. 1) Kolb Baby Hammerless. SN 205. Cal. .22. 1-3/16” bbl. CONDITION: 90% nickel, grips filed, no guts. 2) Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 SA. SN 77083. Cal. .32 S&W. 3” bbl. CONDITION: Poor, not working. 3) Alert spur trigger. SN 902. Cal. .22. 2-1/4” round bbl. CONDITION: Fair, traces of blue mixed with rust. Mechanically OK. 4) British Bulldog. SN 58844. Cal. .38. 2-3/8” bbl. CONDITION: 90% nickel with some firemarks. Needs work. 5) Robinhood No. 0. NSN. Cal. .22. 2-1/8” round bbl. CONDITION: Poor, missing parts, others riveted. 6) Defender. SN 1293. Cal. .32. 2-3/8” bbl. CONDITION: Poor. 7) Prairie King. SN 52. Cal. .22. 2-1/4” bbl. CONDITION: Poor. 8) Bulls Eye. SN 9060. Cal. .32. 2-7/8” round bbl. CONDITION: Good. FS40 4-48533 (100-200)

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STEVENS DIAMOND NO. 43 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Cal. 22. Dainty little pistol with 6” oct to round bbl, tiny front sight and adjustable rear sight, nickeled iron frame, firing pin without bushing, without SIDEPLATE, square butt with 2-pc walnut grips. SN 19704. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retains virtually of its original finish to both metal and wood. Brilliant shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48487 JR366 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (400-700)

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STEVENS SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Cal. 22 Short. Blued bbl, 3-1/2” oct to round, half moon German silver front sight with 2-line address, with patent date on the top flat. It has silver plated brass frame, semi-circular sideplate, square butt with 2-pc rosewood grips. SN 18167. CONDITION: About very good. Bbl retains about 85% thinning original blue with 2 or 3 deep rust pits. Frame retains about 80% original nickel and the grips about 95% varnish. Strong bore with pitting, good mechanics. 4-48485 JR364 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (400-600)

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STEVENS SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Cal. 22 Short. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” oct to round bbl, half moon front sight with 2-line address, with patent date on the top flat. It has brass frame, semi-circular sideplate, square butt with 2-pc rosewood grips. SN 10200. CONDITION: Fine, retains about 90% original nickel overall, 60% thin blue on the hammer and trigger, 95% varnish on the grips. Strong bore with good shine and scattered pitting. The automatic opening spring not functioning, good mechanics. 4-48484 JR365 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (400-600)

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*LOT OF STEVENS PISTOL AND FRENCH PALM PISTOL. 1) *Stevens M35 single-shot pistol. Cal. 22. 6” oct to round bbl. Open sights, nickel frame, wood grip panels. SN 29188. CONDITION: Good. 80% bbl blue, 90% nickel. Battered screws, good grips, poor bore, broken rear sight. 2) French palm pistol, appears to be by Etaletranger. Similar to Chicago palm pistol in design and function with hard rubber panel on the right side, the left panel is missing. SN 1942. CONDITION: Poor. Missing side panel, broken and missing hammer, dark brown patina. 4-48893 JR679 (150-300)

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LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON MODEL #2 SECOND TYPE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/4” keyhole ribbed bbls. 1) SN 16094. S&W logo black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Good, all matching including the grips. Overall retains about 50% original nickel with some fine pitting on the bbl and sideplate. Grips are sound with heavy wear. Strong bore, good shine, moderate pitting. Good mechanics. 2) SN 84542. 2-pc pearl grips. CONDITION: Fair, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Traces of original finish remain with the balance a heavy dark patina. Bore is strong and bright with light pitting. Hand spring is broken, otherwise mechanics fine. 4-48081, 4-48096 JR179 (Anderson Collection) (400-800)

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*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON 32 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, uncheckered medallion walnut grips. This rare pistol is 1 of only 957 made during the period 1924-1936. SN 541. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains 97-99% strong bright original blue with only fine muzzle and sharp edge wear and one or two pinpoints of rust at the rear of the slide. Grips are fine with minor handling and storage marks and retains most of their oil finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-48311 JR394 (Anderson Collection) (1,500-2,500)

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*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON 32 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, uncheckered medallion walnut grips. This rare pistol is 1 of only 957 made during the period 1924-1936. SN 424. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 92-94% original blue with scattered deep pitting on bbl assembly and by the trigger on right side. Grips are worn with a crack on left side. Thin backstrap. Strong bore, dark in the grooves. Good mechanics. 4-48306 JR414 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. SN 4903. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 95-96% original nickel with some light freckling on the forward edge of frame and around grips. Grips have traces of original finish with a couple of nicks on bottom edges. Bright bore with fine pitting. Recoil spring is tight. 4-48312 JR413 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. SN 1410. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 85-90% original nickel, thin on the grip frame with bare metal showing through. Grips are worn with moderate handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. Mechanics are fine. 4-48300 JR396 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. SN 6031. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 95-96% nickel finish with light pimpling on the frame and bbl assembly, heavier around the grips. Grips have most of an old refinish with a crack on both sides. Strong bore with fine pitting. Recoil spring is tight. 4-48317 JR412 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. SN 3541. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 98-99% brilliant original blue with minute muzzle wear. Grips retain 93-95% original varnish, thinner on the left side with handling and use marks. Brilliant shiny bore. Fired very little. Good mechanics. 4-48301 JR403 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. SN 2203. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 95-96% strong bright original blue with light muzzle wear and slightly thinned backstrap. There are some light tool marks on each side of the bbl assembly. Brilliant shiny bore. Grips retail most of an old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-48319 JR401 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*EARLY SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. S&W logo on both sides of frame. SN 10. CONDITION: About new. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with some very minor muzzle and edge wear and a few spots of flaking by the bbl hinge. 4-48318 JR400 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. Slotted spring guide rod. SN 755. CONDITION: Good. Retains about 85% blue, cleaned and thin on the left side with some deep pitting on the frame and bbl. Bright shiny bore. Grips are worn with handling and use marks and a crack on the left side. Good mechanics. 4-48310 JR398 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. SN 3105. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 95-97% strong bright original blue with two blood spots on top of the bbl assembly. Otherwise, fine edge wear and slight thinning to the backstrap. Grips retain about 75% varnish with handling and use marks. Brilliant shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48299 JR402 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON 3RD MODEL SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight. 2-pc diamond checkered extended walnut grips without medallions. Left side of the rib extension and top left side of the frame are stamped with the pre-war German eagle “N” proof. This pistol was sold 5-29-1924 to the Peters Ammunition Co. and is reported to have an Olympic chamber. It is possible, given the unusual proof mark, that this pistol may have participated in the 1936 Olympics. SN 11336. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 94-95% strong bright original blue with flaking and fine surface rust on the bbl and some light flaking on the sideplate. Grips are fine with light wear, bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48274 JR375 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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223

*SMITH & WESSON 3RD MODEL SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, bead front sight and adjustable rear sight with diamond checkered medallion extended target walnut grips. SN 5579. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 96-97% strong original blue with only slight muzzle wear and fine edge wear. Hammer and trigger retain about 90% case colors, faded on the trigger. All matching including the grips which are extremely fine. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48276 JR372 (Anderson Collection) (500-900)

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*SMITH & WESSON 2ND MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Blued finish, 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, partridge front sight with adjustable rear sight. The front strap is marked with a star and the left side of the grip frame has a tiny diamond and is stamped with the date “4.50”, apparently the date of the factory refinish. SN 2196. CONDITION: Very fine, retains about all of its factory refinish blue, checkered trigger, unnumbered grips that appear new. Bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. 4-48479 JR362 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON 2ND MODEL SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, target front sight and adjustable rear sight with diamond checkered monogrammed extended hard rubber grips. SN 240. CONDITION: Fine. All matching, including the grips. Retains 93-95% original blue with muzzle and edge wear, some flaking and thinning on the frame. Thin front strap. Hammer and trigger guard retains about 85% thin case colors. Fine grips with moderate wear. Strong bore with pitting. Good mechanics. 4-48277 JR373 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON 2ND MODEL SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, target front sight, adjustable rear sight. 2-pc medallion black hard rubber extended target grips with patent date below the left medallion. Serial number is preceded by a star and left side of the grip has the date “2.15” indicating a factory refinish on that date. SN 1670. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 93-95% of the factory refinish with light muzzle wear and several spots of flaking and a couple spots of rust pitting on the bbl. Grips are fine with light wear. Worn dark bore, good mechanics. 4-48275 JR376 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SCARCE CASED SMITH & WESSON STRAIGHT LINE TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Nickel finish. 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight with all small appointments niter blued. Uncheckered walnut grips with medallions. Accompanied by an original blued stamped metal casing with green felt lining containing an original sight adjusting screwdriver and 2-pc wiping rod. SN 146. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains about 98% of its renickled finish and bright niter blue. Grips are fine with a few scratches and a ding, bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. Case retains about 90% of its original blue with some minor creases and rust pitting on the lid. Lining is faded and soiled but mostly intact. 4-48284 JR374 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,200)

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*SMITH & WESSON STRAIGHT LINE TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Blued finish, 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight. Uncheckered walnut grips with medallion. Reportedly sold to a target shooter in Brussels, Belgium in 1932. SN 1738. CONDITION: Fine. Retains about 95% strong bright original blue with light muzzle wear and scratches on the grip frame. Grips are fine and retain most of their original finish. Bright bore with a spot or two of pitting. Good mechanics. 4-48281 JR371 (Anderson Collection) (800-1,500)

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*CASED H&R U.S.R.A. SINGLE SHOT TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. First Model with 10” keyhole ribbed bbl, 2-line address on the rib, and usual markings on the left side. Fitted with diamond and ribbon checkered, thumb rest, Roper grips, and accompanied by an original black leatherette green lined range case, marked on the lid “A.F.B.” The case is fitted for the pistol with compartments for other items which include Camp Perry wood cartridge box with holes for 50 cartridges. It also contains a small red, 26 page booklet of “BY-LAWS AND SHOOTING RULES OF THE MASSACHUSETTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION” dated 1900. SN 654. CONDITION: Fine, retains 95-96% strong original blue with light muzzle wear. The replacement grips are good with some small chips below the trigger guard. bright shiny bore, fine mechanics. The range case and accessories are also fine. 4-48483 JR356 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (900-1.200)

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SMITH & WESSON 38 SAFETY HAMMERLESS 1ST MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/4” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc monogrammed black hard rubber grips. This is 1 of only 5,250 produced in 1887. Usual squeezer safety bar and with the Z-bar bbl catch in the top strap. SN 4032. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including the grips. Retains 96-98% bright original nickel. Trigger retains about 50% case colors and the trigger guard about 90% thin original blue. Grips are sound and show light to moderate wear. Bore is bright and shiny with scattered light pitting, mechanics are fine. A scarce variation in this series of revolvers in wonderful condition. 4-48111 JR195 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 SAFETY HAMMERLESS 4TH MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 4” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc monogrammed, black hard rubber grips. Caliber marking is on the left side of the bbl. Bbl address without patent dates. SN 211818. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including the grips. Retains 98-99% strong original nickel over the entire revolver with some slight dulling on the sides of the bbl and some mars to the finish on the sideplate. Trigger retains about 95% case colors and the trigger guard and latch 96-98% original blue. Grips are extremely fine with a hairline crack on the bottom of the left side. Brilliant shiny bore appears unfired. 4-48112 JR196 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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SMITH & WESSON 38 SAFETY HAMMERLESS 4TH MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 6” keyhole ribbed bbl with monogrammed black hard rubber grips that have a patent date on the base of the left side. SN 133901. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching except the grips which are numbered 141852. Bbl retains 97% strong bright original blue with 2 or 3 small spots of rust. Frame and sideplate retain about 90% original blue with the balance flaked to light patina and the cylinder about 95%. Bore is brilliant and shiny, fine mechanics. Grips are fine with light wear. 4-48115 JR200 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON 38 DOUBLE ACTION PERFECTED MODEL W/O THUMB LATCH . Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 6” bbl, integral front sight, top break bbl latch with 4-screw sideplate on the right side and without the new style thumb latch. Round butt grip frame with black monogrammed long, hard rubber target stocks. SN 47982. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. Retains most of a poor renickel, heavily pitted under the grips. Bore is strong with heavy pitting, will not hold at full cock, otherwise mechanics are fine. 4-48145 JR224 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 DOUBLE ACTION PERFECTED MODEL. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 6” bbl, integral front sight, 2-pc medallion pearl grips. This model has the usual bbl latch for tip down feature, as well as the new thumb latch, both of which must be depressed in order to open the revolver for loading or unloading. SN 2674. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 80-85% strong bright original blue with wear on the sides of the bbl, and with fine pin-point rust on the frame, cylinder and bbl. Hammer and trigger retain most of their original bright case colors. Bore is bright and shiny with scattered pitting. Grips are extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp having had little or no use. 4-48146 JR223 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 DOUBLE ACTION PERFECTED MODEL. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 4” bbl, integral front sight, 2-pc medallion pearl grips. This model has the usual bbl latch for tip down feature as well as the new thumb latch, both of which must be depressed in order to open the revolver for loading or unloading. Stamped below the serial number, on the butt is an additional number “814”. SN 38391. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains about 95% blue on the frame and bbl, with thinning and flaking on the left side of the frame and sideplate. Cylinder is flaked to about 60%. Grips are very fine with two tiny chips on the left side and a hairline on the right side. Bore is bright and shiny, mechanics are sound. A scare revolver in fine condition. 4-48110 JR222 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON 1ST MODEL HAND EJECTOR REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Blued finish, 6” bbl. Replacement Lyman front sight, 4-screw sideplate, solid ejector rod knob, short hammer spur and 2-pc monogrammed black hard rubber grips. SN 19441. CONDITION: Good. Retains 65-70% original blue, thin in areas with light rust around the muzzle and a series of dings on the left side of the frame. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. All matching, including the grips which show moderate wear with a stress fracture inside the right grip. Good mechanics. 4-48269 JR379 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 1ST MODEL HAND EJECTOR REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish with 6” bbl, half moon front sight, 2-pc monogrammed hard rubber grips, 4-screw sideplate, long hammer spur and attached ejector rod knob. SN 11787. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains about 90% original nickel, thin on the bbl with a thumbprint size spot of pitting. The S&W logo on the sideplate is a thin strike. Grips are fine with moderate wear, numbered to another gun. Strong bore with fine pitting and a large spot near the muzzle. Good mechanics. 4-48272 JR380 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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SMITH & WESSON 1ST MODEL HAND EJECTOR REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W. Blued finish, 4-1/4” bbl, half moon front sight. Usual information around the cylinder with 2-pc monogrammed hard rubber grips. Long hammer spur and attached extractor knob with 3-screw sideplate. SN 2707. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 20-25% flaked blue with the balance medium dark patina. Strong bore with scattered pitting. Good mechanics. Grips are from another gun, are fine with medium wear. 4-48273 JR378 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. Left side of the bbl is marked “Smith & Wesson” with the caliber marking on right. SN 7658. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 95-97% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and edge wear and chemical spotting with light pitting on the frontstrap. Both grips are deeply gouged with the initials “JD” scratched in the right side. Brilliant shiny bore. Recoil spring is bound up. Otherwise, mechanics are fine. 4-48316 JR410 (Anderson Collection) (700-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. S&W logo on both sides of frame. SN 312. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Retains most of its bright original blue finish and original varnish on the grips. Bright shiny bore. Fine mechanics. Frame hinge screw is slightly battered. 4-48298 JR395 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. SN 4355. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 96-97% strong bright original blue with minor muzzle and edge wear and slight thinning to the backstrap. Brilliant shiny bore. Good grips, traces of original finish. Good mechanics. 4-48315 JR409 (Anderson Collection) (500-900)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. SN 3500. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 95-96% original blue overall with numerous fine small use marks over the surface. Grips show numerous small nicks and scratches with traces of original finish. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48314 JR406 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. SN 5688. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 95% strong bright original blue with muzzle and edge wear with a couple of chemical spots on left side of frame. Grips are lightly worn with traces of original finish and a crack in the right side. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48307 JR408 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. Made without S&W logo on frame. SN 6481. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 93-94% original blue, thin on the bbl and a large chemical spot by the bbl hinge. Right side of frame, slide and bbl hinge area have scattered deep pitting. Grips show moderate handling and use marks, no original finish. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48302 JR404 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. Made without S&W logo on frame. SN 6563. CONDITION: About very good. Retains 93-95% original blue with muzzle and edge wear and grips that show moderate wear. Backstrap is lightly pitted. Bright frosty bore. Good mechanics. 4-48304 JR405 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*VERY EARLY SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. S&W logo on both sides of the frame. SN 4. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 90% thin original blue. Grips are bare wood with a crack on the right side. Strong sharp bore with fine pitting. Mechanics need attention. 4-48303 JR397 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Side to side magazine catch. SN 2955. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 90-92% strong original blue with normal muzzle and edge wear. Grips are worn and dark. Bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-48313 JR399 (Anderson Collection) (400-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. S&W logo on left side of frame. Left side of bbl is marked “Smith & Wesson” and the right side with the caliber markings. SN 6022. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 92-93% original blue with large bare spot and light pitting at the muzzle. Backstrap is nicked and lightly scratched. Grips are worn with a chip on the right side. Bright shiny bore. Mechanics need attention. 4-48305 JR407 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2” bbl, smooth medallion walnut grips. Front to back magazine catch. SN 6298. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 90% original blue, thinning on bbl and grip frame. Grips show moderate to heavy wear with a crack on the left side. Strong bore with fine pitting. Recoil spring is tight. 4-48308 JR411 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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U.S. ARMORY ISSUE SMITH & WESSON 38 SAFETY HAMMERLESS 2ND MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 6” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc monogrammed black hard rubber grips. Left side of the ejector housing is stamped with a small “U.S.”. This revolver was shipped to Springfield Armory May 28, 1890 in a shipment of 100 such revolvers. SN 41394. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips. Retains about 95 % blue overall, with flaking and patina on the cylinder and some fine spotting on the right side of the frame. Trigger retains about 50% faded case colors. Grips are fine and show moderate wear turning chocolate. Brilliant shiny bore with a couple small spots of rust, fine mechanics. 4-48114 JR199 (Anderson Collection) (3,000-5,000)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON PERUVIAN CONTRACT 38 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Fourth Model, blued finish, 5” bbl, pinned front sight, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. Sideplate is stamped with the crest of Peru. SN 536753. CONDITION: About good, all matching except the grips which are numbered to another gun. Retains traces of original blue in sheltered areas with the balance a plum-brown patina and fine surface pitting. Grips are sharp with a bruise on the right side. Bore is strong with moderate to heavy pitting, good mechanics, cylinder slightly loose. 4-48147 JR225 (Anderson Collection) (750-1,750)

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SMITH & WESSON 38 DOUBLE ACTION 3RD MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 6” keyhole ribbed bbl with 2-pc red and black mottled hard rubber grips. Left side of the grip frame is stamped “9 11”. Although no factory refinished star is present this apparently is the date of refinish. SN 222100. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching except the grips Retains about 95% strong nickel with a spot of pitting on rib. Grips are fine with moderate wear, numbered 164504. Bore is strong and dark, mechanics are fine. 4-48109 JR 198 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON 38 SAFETY HAMMERLESS 5TH MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 4” bb, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 239077. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the grips, whose last 2 digits were scratched out and “77” hand written in their place, appear to be factory. Retains about90% bright glossy blue with light muzzle and edge wear and flaking on the top of the frame and sideplate. Cylinder retains 15% blue with the balance flaked to light patina. Grips are fine with light wear. Strong bright bore with light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48166 JR216 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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LOT OF 2 ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON 32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish. 1) 2nd Model, 3” bbl, factory engraved, 2-pc medallion pearl grips. SN 10140. CONDITION: Fair, retains 30% renickel, worn engraving, all matching except grips, fair bore, good mechanics. 2) 4th Model, 3-1/2” bbl, 2-pc pearl grips. SN 103230. CONDITION: Fair, retains most of a poor renickel, worn engraving, poor bore, fine grips, hammer nose repaired, mechanics stiff. 4-48156, 4-48158 JR213 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON 32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish. 1) *SN 227506. 4th Model, 3-1/2” bbl, 2-pc medallion pearl grips. Factory engraved with about 30% coverage foliate arabesque patterns. CONDITION: Fair, traces of nickel in sheltered areas with mostly a dark patina with scattered light rust. Grips are extremely fine. Good bore, fair mechanics, cylinder stop does not engage. 2) SN 54593. 4th Model, 3” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. Engraved with about 50% coverage foliate arabesque patterns, probably factory. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are numbered to another gun. Retains 85-90% old renickel, reblued hammer and trigger guard, strong dark bore, fine sharp grips, good mechanics. 4-48159, 4-48161 JR214 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish. 1) 3rd Model, SN 34039, 3-1/2” bbl, 2-pc medallion pearl grips. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are numbered 54595, 30% original nickel balance clean metal with fine pitting, bright bore with light pitting, extremely fine grips, will not hold on full cock, otherwise mechanics are fine. 2) 4th Model, SN 69772, 3” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are numbered to another revolver, 90% cleaned nickel, bright bore with light pitting, good mechanics. 4-48157, 4-48160 JR205 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON 38 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 4” bbl, 2-pc hard rubber grips. 1) SN 202606. 3rd Model. CONDITION: Good, all matching except grips which are numbered to another gun and show moderate wear, 85% nickel, light surface pitting, bright shiny bore, scattered pitting. 2) SN 297147. 3rd Model. CONDITION: Good, retains most an old refinish, grips very worn with the right one cracked and stripped escutcheon. Metal all matching, fair bore, good mechanics. 4-48142, 4-48143 JR212 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 3-1/” bbl. 1) SN 19933. 2-pc black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered, 85% nickel, strong dark bore and good mechanics. 2) SN 2266. 2-pc Turkey pattern, black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Fair, matching numbered grips. Mismatched bbl, 30% nickel, bright bore some pitting with a ring about midpoint. Left grip missing a large chip with a crack, moderate to heavy wear. Good mechanics. 4-48118, 4-48120 JR 204 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 38 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. 1) 1st Model, nickel finish, 4” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 1662. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered. 90% strong nickel, grips show heavy wear, strong dark bore and good mechanics. 2) 2nd Model, nickel finish, 3-1/4” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 27098. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are numbered to a 4th Model. 85% nickel with the bbl cleaned to bare metal. Grips are fine, bright shiny bore with light pitting, cylinder stop does not engage. 4-48116, 4-48117 JR203 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. 1) Safety Hammerless 3rd Model, blued finish, 3-1/4” bbl with monogrammed 2 pc black hard rubber grips. SN 87080. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips. Retains about 90% original blue on the bbl and frame and 30% on the cylinder. Brilliant shiny bore, mechanics are fine. Fine grips with a small crack bottom of left side. 2) Model 38 Double Action 3rd Model, nickel finish, 3-1/4” bbl, 2-pc monogrammed black hard rubber grips. SN 129230. CONDITION: Good, cylinder matches, bbl & latch are numbered 7271 and the grips are unnumbered. Retains 75% original nickel with some light surface pitting. Strong bore with fine pitting. Grips show moderate to heavy wear. Cylinder stop does not completely engage. 4-48113, 4-48123 JR201 (Anderson Collection) (300-500)

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LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. 1) Fourth Model, silver finish, 6” bbl, 2-pc repro Turkey pattern, hard rubber grips. SN 179108. CONDITION: Fine as refinished, mismatched numbers, brilliant shiny bore, extremely fine grips and good mechanics. 2) Fourth Model, nickel finish, 6” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 265165. CONDITION: About good, appears to be all matching including the grips, bbl numbers are covered with rust, retains 65% original nickel with the balance a dark patina. Cylinder extension is rusted through. Left grip missing the bottom. Poor bore, loose mechanics. 3) Fourth Model, blued finish, 6” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 169992. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the grips which are unnumbered, frame about 80% blue, bbl about 60% and the cylinder about 40% original blue with the balance light patina, bright shiny bore with scattered light pitting, good mechanics and good grips. 4-48122, 4-48163, 4-48165 JR202 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON 32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. 1) SN 232193. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” bbl, 2-pc reproduction Turkey patter, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Fine as refinished over some light pitting. All matching except the grips which are unnumbered, bright shiny bore, good grips, fine mechanics. 2) SN 320490. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good, all matching including the grips, strong bore with good shine and light pitting. Retains 90% nickel. Very fine grips. Cylinder scratch and will not hold at full cock. 3) SN 288797. Blued finish, 3” bbl, medallion ivory grips. Bottom of the butt has an additional number “269” stamped by the serial number. Stamped on the left side of the grip frame under the grip, is the date “12 10” apparently the date of factory refinish. Although no factory star is visible. CONDITION: About good, retains 35-40% blue strong in sheltered area with light pitting on the left side of the fame and sideplate. Grips do not fit well, apparently from another revolver. Bright shiny bore with a couple spots of pitting, good mechanics. 4-48121, 4-48155, 4-48162 JR210 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON SAFETY HAMMERLESS REVOLVERS. 1) Cal. 38 S&W. 2nd Model, nickel finish, 3-1/4” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 32001. CONDITION: Fair, all matching except grips which are numbered to another gun, 90% nickel on bbl and frame, 70% cylinder, grips turned chocolate, heavy wear, poor bore, good mechanics. 2) Cal. 32 S&W. 1st Model, 2” bbl, 2-pc ivory grips. SN 90404. CONDITION: Fair, wire wheel cleaned, no original finish remains, light to moderate pitting overall, undersized grips, good bore, good mechanics. 3) Cal. 32 S&W. 2nd Model, nickel finish, 3” bbl, 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 136004. CONDITION: Good, 80% nickel, very fine pitting left side and sideplate, bright shiny bore with light pitting, very fine grips numbered to another gun, metal all matching, good mechanics. 4-48141, 4-48150, 4-48167 JR 215 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH &WESSON 38 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. 1) SN 505084. 4th Model. Blue finish, 5” bbl, 2-pc hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Fair to good, all matching including the grips, 10% blue, balance gray patina, worn grips, fair bore, mechanics need attention. 2) SN 471355. 4th Model. Nickel finish, 5” bbl, 2-pc pearl grips. CONDITION: Good, all matching except grips, 75% dull nickel, fair bore with ring, will not hold at full cock. 3) SN 542969. 5th Model. Blue finish, 4” bbl, 2-pc hard rubber grips. CONDITION: About good, all matching except grips which are numbered to another gun, retains most of an old refinish over fine pitting, worn dark bore, good mechanics, fine grips. 4-48144, 4-48164, 4-48171 JR 211 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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*LOT OF 9 REVOLVERS. 1) Iver Johnson 1st Model Top Break. SN A30550. Cal. .32. 3” bbl. CONDITION: Action stuck. 2) Iver Johnson 1st Model Top Break. SN 18099. Cal. .32. 3” bbl. CONDITION: Peeling nickel with rust spots, has holster and works. 3) Second Model Iver Johnson hammerless revolver. SN 19490. .32 Cal, 3” bbl with holster. CONDITION: Poor, holster poor. 4) H&R hammerless. SN 1177. Cal. .38. 3-1/4” bbl. CONDITION: Poor, missing internal parts. 5) H&R Trapper. SN 177782. Cal. 22. 6” bbl. CONDITION: Replaced grips, frame battered and filed. 6) Smith & Wesson double action. Cal. .38. 3-1/4” bbl. CONDITION: No finish but functional. 7) Terror. SN defaced. Cal. .32 rimfire. 2-3/8” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Hammer broken, needs parts. 8) Young America Safety Hammer. SN 5339. CONDITION: Poor. 9) Spanish copy of Colt DA revolver. SN 11353. Cal. .32 LC. 3-1/2” round bbl. CONDITION: Some finish but rusty. FS53 4-47796 (200-300)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON REGULATION POLICE DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 4” bbl, half moon front sight, 2-pc diamond checkered extension medallion walnut grips. 1) SN 12977. Patent date on bottom of the grips. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching including the grips, 80-85% blue, moderate to heavy wear on the grips, bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 2) SN 3617. CONDITION: Extremely fine, 97-98% original finish overall, appears unfired, all matching including grips, light muzzle wear on the left side with some pin points of rust at the left rear of the frame and backstrap. 4-48256; 4-48258 JR311 (Anderson Collection) (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON 32 HAND EJECTOR REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W Long. 1) Model I 3rd Model, nickel finish, 4-1/4” bbl, half moon front sight, diamond checkered walnut grips. SN 325855. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retaining virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. All matching including the grips, appears unfired. 2) Model 1903 Third Change, blued finish, 4-1/4” bbl, half moon front sight, monogrammed 2-pc black hard rubber grips. SN 95706. CONDITION: Fine, all matching except the grips which are numbered to another revolver, retains 94-95% original blue, grips heavily worn, bright shiny bore with a spot or two of rust, good mechanics. 4-48259, 4-48278 JR312 (Anderson Collection) (500-1,000)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1903 32 HAND EJECTOR REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W Long. Blued finish, half moon front sights, 2-pc monogrammed hard rubber grips. 1) Model I SN 2596. 4-1/4” bbl. CONDITION: About good, all matching except grips, 25-30% blue, fine grips with moderate wear, strong bore lightly pitted, good mechanics. 2) 4th Change. SN 91936. CONDITION: Fair to good, 75% cold blue, fine pitting, poor bore, loose mechanics. 4-48262, 4-48279 JR315 (Anderson Collection) (200-400)

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LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON HAND EJECTOR DA REVOLVERS. 1) Cal. 38 S&W Regulation Police, nickel finish, 4” bbl, 2-pc extension walnut grips. SN 16120. CONDITION: Fair, 70% nickel, very worn grips, fair bore, loose mechanics. 2) Cal. 32 S&W Long, Model 1903 1st Change, nickel finish, 4-1/4” bbl, 2-pc monogrammed black hard rubber grips. SN 33235. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the grips, 95% nickel, strong pitted bore, fine grips, good mechanics. 3) Cal. 32 S&W Long, Model I 3rd Model, blued finish, 3-1/4” bbl, 2-pc monogrammed hard rubber grips. SN 335708. CONDITION: About good, all matching except grips, 20% blue with balance brown patina and light rust, left grip cracked, right grip missing a chunk, fair bore, good mechanics. 4-48263, 4-48271, 4-48264 JR314 (Anderson Collection) (400-700)

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LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON 32 HAND EJECTOR REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W Long. Nickel finish. 1) SN 295456. Model I Third model. 3-1/4” bb, 2-pc diamond checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Good, old renickel, replaced sideplate screws, worn grips, strong lightly pitted bore, good mechanics. 2) SN 70097. Model 1903 Second Change, 3-1/4” bbl, half moon front sight, 2-pc monogrammed black, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains 97-98% bright nickel, all matching including the grips, appears unfired. 3) SN 136025. Model 1903 5th Change, 4-1/4” bbl, monogrammed 2-pc black hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching except grips which are numbered to another gun, retains about 85% original nickel, extremely fine grips, strong bore lightly pitted, good mechanics. 4-48257, 4-48260, 4-48261 JR313 (Anderson Collection) (600-1,000)

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LOT OF 3 REPLICA FIREARMS. 1) Italian Colt Army. SN E3767. Cal. .44. 7-1/2” round bbl. CONDITION: Appears to be unused with slight handling marks. 2) & 3) German flintlock military-style flintlock pistols. SN 4171 & 4176. Cal. .97 10-1/4” round bbls. CONDITION: Unused but scuffed. FS27 4-48401, 4-48404 (200-300)

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MERWIN & BRAY CONVERTED REVOLVER. Cal. 41RF. 5-1/2” oct bbl. The ejector mechanism has been ground off the right side of the frame, cylinder pin and grips are replacements. CONDITION: Very heavily pitted on the bbl and cylinder. The frame has numerous scratches and flaws. Grips are crude and poor. Mechanically needs work. 4-48849 FS198 (100-200)

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REMINGTON NEW MODEL NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 38RF. 6-1/2” oct bbl. No visible SN. CONDITION: Frame has been cracked and brazed, cylinder pin is a poor replacement. The lever is missing. moderate to heavy pitting overall. Other screws and parts replaced. Mechanically needs work. 4-48850 FS197 (150-250)

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PAIR OF BELGIAN TARGET PISTOLS. NSN. Cal. .60. 7-7/8” oct. bbls. No markings except proof marks. Missing ramrods. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina with moderate pitting and some signs of cleaning. The trigger guard is broken on one, both stocks have minor cracks and repairs. FS54 4-48719 (600-800)

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LOT OF TWO REPRODUCTION PERCUSSION PISTOLS. 1) Kit pepperbox. SN 2787P. Cal. .35. 3-3/4” bbl. CONDITION: Incomplete. 2) Kit Duckfoot. SN 39353A. Cal. .36. 3” bbls. CONDITION: Not completely finished. 4-47792 FS9 (50-100)

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LOT OF 3 PERCUSSION HAND GUNS. 1) Replica Deringer. Spanish. NSN. Cal. 45. 3-1/4” oct. bbl. Artificially aged. 2) Cal. .48. 2-1/2” round bbl. Sutherland box lock with bayonet welded to bottom of bbl. CONDITION: Fair. 3) Belgian double bbl. NSN. Cal. .38. 2-3/4” bbl. CONDITION: Replaced parts, functional. FS47 4-47794 (150-300)

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ROBBINS & LAWRENCE PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX PISTOL. Cal. 28 Perc. All steel pistol with 5-shot 3-5/8” bbl cluster, ring trigger with saw handle and 2-pc rosewood grips. Bbls marked “Windsor, VT” and “Patent 1849”. Accompanied by a tiny brass flat-sided flask and a rosewood case made from a pencil or instrument box. SN 4502. CONDITION: Good, matching. No original finish remains. Grips are sound, mechanics are fine. Flask is a dark mustard patina with a broken spring, otherwise intact. Box is fine. 4-48868 JR586 (400-700)

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MARSTON PEPPERBOX. Cal. 31. 4” ribbed bbls. SN 881. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting. Sideplate screw and all springs have been replaced. Wood is battered and worn. Mechanically needs work and parts. 4-48848 FS185 (100-300)

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LOT OF 2 PERCUSSION PISTOLS. 1) Warner pocket revolver. NSN. Cal. .28. 2-5/8” round bbl. CONDITION: Poor with rust and heavy pitting. Replaced grips of wrong shape. 2) Robbins & Lawrence pepper box. SN 2476. Cal. .30. 4-1/2” ribbed bbls. CONDITION: Rusted overall with traces of finish showing through. Mechanically needs work. FS43. 4-48536 (200-300)

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*SPANISH COPY OF SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL. Cal. appears to be 32-20. Dbl action with 4-3/8” bbl, S&W type cylinder latch, smooth wood grips, Lanyard loop in butt. SN 119866. CONDITION: Fair with little original finish remaining. Good bore, good mechanics. 4-48749-396 JR517 (100-200)

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LOT OF BLANK & CAP GUNS. 1) German blank gun. Cal. .22. Appears to work. 2) BP blank revolver. NSN. Cal. .22. CONDITION: Slightly rusty, grips broken, works OK. 3) MODEL cap gun. 5-3/4” cast iron, rusty but working. 4) Unmarked cap gun. Cast iron, no mainspring, rusty. 5) Unmarked, 4-1/4” cap gun. Rusty but working. FS46 4-48544, 4-48541 (75-150)

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LOT OF TWO NON GUNS. 1) Texan cast metal cap gun, made in USA. Nickel finish, thumb lever opening, cast engraving with “Texan” on both sides of the frame. White plastic steer head grips with crude Colt medallions. – Fine, appears to function. 2) Japanese blank gun. Copy of a Smith & Wesson hand ejector revolver. Fine reproduction with flat latch, bird head grips with S&W medallions. No indication as to caliber. – Broken trigger. 75% finish. 4-48280; 4-48282 JR377 (Anderson Collection) (50-100)

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 76G Co2 PISTOL. Cal. 22. Looks like a Model 41 target pistol with brown plastic thumb rest grips. Accompanied by its original blue hinged lid foam lined box that contains a 5-pack of original SW Co2 cartridges, a tin of SW .22 cal pellets and the original owners manual. SN Q061813. CONDITION: About good. Left side of pistol is near perfect. Right side retains only about 50% of its original finish with moderate to heavy pitting. Other accessories are fine, box is fine. 4-48331 JR433 (Anderson Collection) (150-250)

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284

2ND TYPE NAZI LUFTWAFFE SWORD. Late issue with 28-1/2” dbl edged blade marked “F & A Helbig”. Three-feather hand guard with gold swastikas on each side, blue leather wrapped handle with twisted silver wire and large round aluminum pommel cap with gold swastikas on each side. It is in a blue leather covered aluminum scabbard with original frog. CONDITION: Fine. Retains about 90% original polish with small fingerprints of light rust and scattered rust spots with scratches across the blade. The swastikas retain most of their original gold wash. Leather handle wrap in intact but shows wear on both sides. Scabbard is fine, soiled with spots of corrosion on the throat and tip with a nick or two in the leather. 4-48367 JR494 (400-600)

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1ST TYPE NAZI LUFTWAFFE SWORD. Usual configuration, 30” dbl edged blade by SMP. Three feather aluminum hand guard with swastikas on both sides, blue leather wrapped handle with braided brass wire, round aluminum pommel cap with swastikas on both sides. Blue leather covered metal scabbard with frog. CONDITION: Blade is bright with scattered fingerprints of rust and nicks on both edges. Leather wrap shows light wear and is intact. Pommel is nicked and scratched and retains most of the gold in the swastikas. Scabbard is complete with rust on the throat and tip. Leather shows light nicks, scratches and soil. 4-48366 JR472 (400-700)

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NAZI COMMEMORATION LUFTWAFFE DAGGER. Usual Luftwaffe configuration with 12” double edge blade, blue leather handle cover with twisted silver wire and round swastika pommel cap in a blue leather and silver sheath. Blade is etched on one side with a blue panel having three Nazi eagles with swastika’s in their talons and oak leaf and acorn patterns. The other side has a similar panel with the inscription “For Commemoration of My Service” in German. Handle has a silver sword knot. Blade is marked “E.P. & S”. CONDITION: Good to very good. Blade retains 85-90% of its original polish with most of the panels’ blue background intact. Handle wrap shows wear but is complete. Most of the gold wash on the pommel cap is worn away. Sheath is complete with the leather showing nicks and scratches and moderate wear. Metal is tarnished with a dent on the throat. Aluminum hanger and chain show moderate wear. 4-48371 JR462 (400-600)

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LOT OF WWII GERMAN MILITARY DAGGERS AND OTHER ITEMS. 1) Army dress dagger by “E.Pack & Sohne”, with 10” double edge blade etched on both sides with intertwined foliate arabesque patterns with one side having the Nazi eagle holding the swastika in it’s talons. Usual oak leaf pommel cap and yellow plastic spiral handle. The handle has a silver sword knot and the sheath has ornate silver bullion and green hanger straps with the buckles and snaps having oak leaf and acorn decorations. CONDITION: Blade about excellent, the handguard, pommel cap and sheath retain most of their silver plating. The handle is fine, the hanger is worn and slightly faded. 2) Nazi Naval Dagger with 9-7/8” narrow blade by Horster, twin fullers, etched on both sides. The handguard and pommel cap are brass with a Nazi eagle on the pommel cap. The handle material is wire wrapped ivory plastic over a wood base. The sheath is brass. CONDITION: Fair to good. Blade is cleaned with some fine pitting. The handle is cracked and broken missing about 10% of it’s plastic. The sheath catch is missing its button and the throat is missing both screws. The sheath has a couple small dents, otherwise fine. 3) Leather Cigarette Case with Nazi eagle, a black and which heraldic shield and fleur de lis on the cover and contains the ribbon from what may be a iron cross. CONDITION: About good, very worn on the edges but intact and functioning, some loose stitching on the inside. 4) Reproduction German army peaked cap. Dark gray color with light gray piping having a brass, red and black rosette at the peak and cross sabers on a wreath on the front. CONDITION: Appears new. 4-48370; 4-48372; 4-48376; 4-48392 JR461 (300-600)

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LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS GERMAN EDGED WEAPONS AND ACCESSORIES. 1) Dress bayonet for Mauser rifle by Puma. 7-3/4” blade, black handles, black metal sheath with frog. – Very good. Frog belt strap broken. 2) Dress bayonet for Mauser rifle by E. Pack & Sohne. 9-1/2” blade, black handles and black metal sheath with frog. – Blade and handles are about excellent. Sheath with some light rust and crackle finish. Frog shows wear. 3) reproduction Hitler youth knife by G.C. Co. – As new. 4) Nazi NCO sword with 32” narrow slightly curved blade with unstopped fuller, by Holler. Brass handle with oak leaf decorations and langettes with a Nazi eagle on one side. Handle material is black plastic with wire wrap in a black metal scabbard. – Blade and brass handle material are near excellent, some loose wire and a crack in the plastic. Scabbard with about 70% black paint and light rust scattered about. 5) Japanese or Chinese ceremonial knife with carved bone handle and carved 2-pc bone sheath, 6” simple blade. – Sheath is missing one small chip and appears to have been reglued, otherwise intact. 6) Nazi uniform braid of silver bullion thread, 15” long with button loops at top and bottom and a silver acorn at the bottom and a small aluminum shield on the rosette at the top that has a Nazi eagle. – Shows some wear and light soiling but appears to be intact. 7) Nazi mother’s cross, 1-5/8” h, blue and white enamel on a blue and white ribbon. Dated on the back 16 December 1938. – Very good to excellent. Some slight soiling on the ribbon. 8) Nazi watch fob, 1-1/8” white enamel oval on silver marked sterling on the back with fluer de lis and a red swastika overlay that has arrows and other decorations attached to a thin leather strap. – Leather is supple, enamel is fine except for a couple of chips on the swastika. 9) German postcard dated 9 April 1938, unsigned and unused but bears two six pfennig Nazi stamps that are postmarked 1938 in Wien. Front is in color with a map of Germany and a picture of Hitler in the center with a Nazi eagle at the top and the bottom bears the German inscription “13 March 1938/One People One Country/One Fuhrer”. – Extremely fine, colors are bright and postmarks are sharp. 4-48368; 4-48373; 4-48374; 4-48375; 4-48377; JR465 (300-500)

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GERMAN IMPERIAL REUNION FLASK. Small flat sided glass flask, about 4-1/2” dia. in a nickeled metal frame with multicolored cord and cap. The inside cap is missing and the outside cap is missing its finial. The side decorations appear to be for a reserve unit with colorful figures on one side and a blue plastic overlay on the other with tiny German flags in the cutouts. CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal band surrounding the flask is dented but sound. Both side decorations are clear. 4-48380 JR455 (100-200)

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LOT OF TWO EARLY GERMAN DRINKING ITEMS. 1) Small military reunion ceramic flask approx. 4-1/2” dia., flat sided in a metal carrier with screw on pewter cap. The sides are painted and fired with various scenes of soldier’s life on one side with a picture of the Kaiser in the center of an iron cross. The opposite side is a picture of the Kaiser’s residence with a unit of troops in the foreground. CONDITION: Metal band retains about 80% of its original nickel. The outer drinking cap is missing. The ceramic flask is excellent. The purple and white braided rope is frayed and worn. 2) Half liter “HR” ceramic stein model 199. Gray earthenware with center decoration of griffins and heraldic crests accompanied by a note from Les Paul identifying the stein as having been made around 1900. It is missing the pewter lid. CONDITION: Missing the lid, otherwise about excellent. 4-48379 JR456 (200-300)

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291

FRENCH GRAS BAYONET. 22-1/2” Yataghan blade, no scabbard. CONDITION: Covered with grease and light rust. 4-48602 FS139 (Lowry Estate) (25-50)

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PAIR OF FRENCH SHORT SWORDS. 17-1/2” unfinished blades, brass handles, one stamped “CSA” on one side and “SCV” on the other. Both marks are 20th century. CONDITION: Light pitting on the blades, mellow patina on the marked hilt, casting marks remain on the other. 4-48835 FS194 (15-250)

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LOT OF TWELVE BAYONETS AND MISCELLANEOUS. 1) Springfield 1903 dated 1907. SN 201430. 16” blade, wood handles, no sheath – Refinished, good. 2) Spanish Mauser, 10” blade, no sheath – Good. 3) Egyptian 8-1/4” blade with sheath, missing parts – Good. 4) Italian? All metal handle, 7-3/4” blade, metal sheath – Very good. 5) British dated 1907, 15” blade, wood handles, leather sheath – Extremely good. 6) US M6 by Aerial, black plastic handles, M8A1 sheath – Good. 7) Mauser WWII, 10” blade, metal sheath – Very good. 8) Swede or Swiss 13” blade, wood handle, metal sheath – Fair to good. 9) French 22-3/4” yaghtahan blade, brass handle, metal sheath – Good. 10) Winchester Lee 7-5/8” blade, taped handle, leather sheath with frog – Poor to fair. 11) Jap metal sheath with frog – Fair. 12) Early hand forged mine lamp spike – Good. 4-47790 JR535 (200-300)

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LOT OF 5 BAYONETS. 1) US Trapdoor with Enfield scabbard. CONDITION: Poor. Scabbard broken and missing parts. 2) US 1816 type. CONDITION: Battered and rusty. 3) US 1816 type. CONDITION: Battered and rusty. 4) US 1816 type. CONDITION: Slightly better condition. 5) Trapdoor. CONDITION: Excavated. FS48 4-47791 (100-200)

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295

FOLDING POCKET KNIFE. 3-7/8” clipped point blade with scales, no markings. Blade was about a quarter inch longer before sharpened. CONDITION: Heavily sharpening with grinding marks to remove chips, some of which remain. Scales are worn, cracked and chipped. 4-48856 FS196 (50-100)

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LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS UNIFORM EQUIPMENT. One belt plate and UCV 1910 badge are the only original pieces. The Confederate button, plates, buckles, etc. are all reproductions. CONDITION: Good. 4-48853 FS204 (100-200)

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LOT OF 5 MUZZLE LOADING PISTOLS. 1) Double bbl. NSN. Cal. .41. 2-3/4” oct. bbls. CONDITION: Poor, heavy rust and replaced parts. 2) Box lock. NSN. Cal. .50 2-1/4” round bbl. CONDITION: Poor, replaced parts, not working. 3) Unmarked. SN 11. Cal. .30. 2-1/4” bbl. Crudely replaced grips. CONDITION: Poor. 4) Allen Bar Hammer. SN 155. Cal. .36. 3” part oct. bbl. CONDITON: Rusty, poor, not working. 5) Blunt & Syms single-shot. NSN. Cal. .45. 7” oct. bbl. CONDITION: Replaced parts. Heavily polished and rusted again. FS42 4-48535 (100-200)

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LOT OF TWO KNIVES AND ENTRENCHING TOOL. 1) Metal small shovel blade and socket, missing wooden handle with light leather sheath missing its straps – Shovel is good, sheath is poor. 2) Unmarked Case style folding machete with 10” blade and metal edge cover – Good. 3) Kinfolks large two blade pocket knife with jig bone handles – Cracked handles, worn blades. 4-48753 JR519 (50-150)

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LOT OF 2 KNIVES. 1) 8-3/4” thin clipped point blade with stag scales attached with copper rivets. The brass cross guard is stamped “SCOTTS” on the right side and “VILLF VA” on the other. CONDITION: Blade is rough and very pitted. There is a small crack on the left scale, otherwise the hilt is solid. 2) Folding knife with 4-3/4” blade. The axe portion is missing. “CS” has been crudely marked on the left side of the cross guard. CONDITION: Heavily pitted with file marks. The scales are cracked and stained. 4-48854 FS195 (100-200)

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SMALL POWDER HORN. 6-3/4” horn with leaf engraving and pine plug. CONDITION: Does not appear to have much age, as the engraving is still sharp. The plug has been reattached with carpet tacks and has much insect damage. 4-48857 FS201 (100-200)

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LOT OF 4 POWDER FLASKS, ETC. 1) Crude 7-1/2” powder horn with ring at top and nailed pine plug at base. The carrying strap is broken, the mouth is split. 2) 3-7/8” hard rubber flask, scratched and corroded. 3) One pound leather shot flask, scratched with seam partially open. 4) Replica Walker flask. Good. FS26 4-48382, 4-48383, 4-48384, 4-48385 (150-250)

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LOT OF TEN POWDER HORNS, POWDER FLASKS AND SHOT FLASKS. Four leather shot flasks, two with decorations, one of hanging game and the other of dogs. The hanging game item is damaged. The other two are plain, one of which is a large 5lb. model. Brass shotgun flask with simple floral decoration – very good. Shotgun flask with fluted body – good. Rifle flask with dbl sided hanging game – missing the spout, spring and lever and one hanger ring, very good. Small tapered body pistol flask – very good. Medium size powder horn with flat plug and carved “E” – good. Priming horn with duck head spout – good. 4-48754 JR516 (250-400)

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FRAMED LOT OF POWDER HORNS, FLASKS, ETC. 20-3/4” by 40-1/4” frame containing 21 pcs of loading equipment including 5 powder horns, 5 powder flasks, 8 shot flasks, etc. CONDITION: Very good on three powder flasks, fair to good on balance. 4-47809 FS90 (500-800)

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LARGE LOT OF EARLY SMITH & WESSON GRIPS AND PARTS. This lot consists of numerous grips for early S&W revolvers incl. large frames, hand ejectors, Ladysmith’s, revolving rifles, a bbl assembly for a New Model No. 3 dbl action target revolver engraved on the sides and cylinder in fine condition, a buttplate for revolving rifle, complete upper for an 9mm Model 39, unfinished 44-40 cylinder, medallion pearl target grips, spare 45 cylinder, two light rifle magazines, two M39 magazines, numerous spare grip screws, new Victory model cylinder, Victory model 2” bbl, dbl action 44 bbl and cylinder, extended target grips, Model 1905 hand ejector grips, dbl action bbls, numerous small parts for large frame revolvers incl. hammers, triggers and other too numerous to mention. Springs and other small parts, several S&W buckles, badges and pins, a belt with buckle, S&W pocket knife, S&W collectors memorabilia. CONDITION: Some of the grips show wear, others are crisp and new. A very fine quality lot for the serious collector. 4-48346 JR448 (Anderson Collection) (2,500-5,000)

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LARGE LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS AMMUNITION. Lot includes about 30 boxes of misc. mostly modern handgun ammunition with some antiques to include: Sealed 12-rd box Frankfort Arsenal Cal. .45 revolver dated 1878 and another dated 1879; 38 S&W Spcl Gallery Winchester seal box; Winchester red label 32 long Colt sealed box; Winchester light green label, orange band 38 Spcl gallery sealed box; Winchester light green label 32 S&W long rifle cartridges sealed box; US blue & orange .44 Russian full box; Remington UMC .44 Winchester shot red label sealed box; full box of Winchester military brass 12ga dbl 00 buck; several .32 S&W; 38 Spcl and several boxes of other misc. ammunition. Also included is a rare 1st issue US blue label 2-pc sealed box of .44 American. Also are approx. 200-rds of green Dardick .38 cal. trounds and two blue Dardick .22 trounds. Lastly, a brick of Dardick trounds containing three boxes of 20 .38 Spcl green trounds and one box of 20 .22 cal. green trounds. In addition, there are several hundred rounds of misc. loose modern ammunition. 4-48347 JR449 (Anderson Collection) (1,000-2,000)

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WESTERN NEW CHIEF CARTRIDGE BOX. Buff colored 16 ga box with light green background, red and black lettering with a yellow shot shell on the lid. Never folded, mint. 4-47332-105 (250-500)

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MISCELLANEOUS LOT INCLUDING. 1) Large reproduction silver U.S. Marshal’s badge with no back marks. 2) A reproduction of an invitation to an execution issued to L. Crowell. 3) Pasted to the reverse of the above, an obituary for a Martin E. Crowell with the “E” corrected to an “L” in pen. Crowell was a long time employee of Well’s Fargo. 4) A postcard from Adam’s Express Co. CONDITION: Postcard is fine and has been addressed and written on, but not mailed. The invitation and obituary are pasted to a card and very dirty. U.S. Marshal badge is lightweight and of doubtful authenticity. 4-47191, 4-47192 FS381 (200-400)

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LOT OF THREE COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL MAGAZINES. 1) Nickel 38 Super Mag – Excellent. 2) Blue 38 Super Mag – Excellent. 3) Blue 45 mag – Excellent. 4-47101 JR356 (20-30)

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LOT OF 2 REPLICA REVOLVERS. 1) CVA Remington pocket. SN 52323. Cal. .31. 3-1/2” bbl. CONDITION: Most finish stripped. 2) Unmarked brass-frame Navy. SN 04220. Cal. .44. 7-1/2” bbl. CONDITION: Very good. FS51 4-47793 (100-200)

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LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Varied lot consists of trench art letter opener made from a 6.5 Jap round; miniature Cavalry saber letter opener; scarce miniature Nazi Naval dirk letter opener; German reunion pewter flask top with phoenix bird finial; pair of miniature pliers; crude copy of a Zippo lighter with Dutch coins attached; three modern leather holsters; sword hanger; military leather pouch dated 1952; broken Westernfield 6X scope; Japanese made folding lock back knife; cast iron Billy Club; pair of silver colored metal horse bookends and US military 3-blade pocket knife by Robeson. CONDITION: Mostly good, holsters have mildew. 4-48409 JR469 (50-100)

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PERCUSSION FOWLING PIECE. Cal. 16 ga., 27-1/4” hard oct bbl. Ramrod is a replacement. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with heavy pitting at the breech. Minor chips are missing from the wood which have been varnished over dents and pitting. Action is good. 4-47862 FS80 (100-200)

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COMMERCIAL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. NSN. Cal. 20 ga., 31” bbl. Replaced forearm and ramrod, the front pipe has been re-attached. CONDITION: Gray/brown patina overall with signs of cleaning and work. Stock is chipped at the wrist. Action is good. 4-47865 FS77 (50-100)

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COMMERCIAL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. NSN. Cal. 12 ga., 32” round bbl. Unmarked except for initials carved in stock. The forearm and ramrod are replacements. CONDITION: Rust brown patina with heavy pitting around the action, buttstock is broken at the wrist. Action needs work. 4-47829 FS76 (75-150)

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SCARCE MAINE FOWLING PIECE. NSN. Cal. 12 ga., 40-7/8” round bbl, marked “J. W. SAWYER / PORTLAND / 55” on top. The drum also has the same number. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with a cleaned area around the marking. There is a small chip missing at the toe and a small crack at the lock screw. There is a heavy bruise on the left side of the bbl. This was applied when the bbl was out of the stock as the stock is unmarked. The nipple is flattened, but the lock is good. 4-47860 FS73 (150-300)

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KETLAND FOWLING PIECE. Cal. 16 ga. 41-1/2” hard oct bbl. The “T / KETLAND / & Co” marking on the lock is spurious. Bbl has “E / LG / *” proofs on top. Stock has been kept in front of the tailpipe and new pipes and ramrod added. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall with moderate pitting at the breech. Stock has been broken at the wrist and repaired with screws. Mechanically needs work. 4-47861 FS69 (100-200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1861 MUSKET. NSN. Cal. .62, 33” bbl, dated 1862 on the lockplate. Stock has been shortened and altered to a single band configuration. Rear sight and swing swivels are missing. Front side and ramrod are replacements. CONDITION: Rust brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting, the stock shows numerous repairs and cracks. Lock is good. 4-48531 FS70 (200-300)

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MODIFIED KETLAND FOWLING PIECE. Cal. 20 ga., 39” round bbl, marked “W. KETLAND / & Co” on the lockplate. “LONDON” on top of the bbl with Birmingham proof marks. CONDITION: Rust brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting, stock is shattered in front of the lock and has repairs elsewhere. It was sanded and varnished after the first set of repairs. 4-48537 FS72 (50-100)

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WILLIAM READ & SON FOWLING PIECE. NSN. Cal. 28ga. 45” round bbl. The very thin buttplate is nailed to the stock with numerous small brass tacks. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. Stock has been broken through the wrist, repaired and sanded. A long sliver is missing in front of the lock on the right side and two others on that side and two on the other are missing. FS56 4-48739 (225-325)

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ASSEMBLED FOWLING PIECE. Cal. 12 ga. 40-1/4” round bbl dated 1830 with Massachusetts proof marks. Lockplate is from a Tower musket and it is dated 1850. Stock has been broken through the wrist and crudely repaired using a stove bolt. Front foot of the stock is missing. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall, heavily pitted around the breech. Stock shows numerous chips and splits. Hammer is bent but the lock still functions. 4-47859 FS68 (100-200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 ALTERED MUSKET. NSN. Cal. .72. 36-1/4” bbl. 5-3/4” removed from bbl and stock. The ramrod is from a Trapdoor. CONDITION: Heavy rust-brown patina overall. Wood is badly battered at the breech and has been sanded and re-oiled. Mechanically good. X21 4-48745 (200-400)

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LOT OF 2 CUT DOWN EUROPEAN MUSKETS. 1) Austrian conversion from flintlock to percussion. No SN Cal. 70. 36” round bbl. Missing the rear sight, sling swivels and forearm tip. The front side and ramrod are replacements. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina, stock has been repaired at the wrist, sanded and refinished with new cracks developing in front of the lockplate. 2) Tower Model 1858. NSN. Cal. 60. Missing the rear sight. The front sight and ramrod are incorrect replacements. Two bbl bands are missing, the third is incorrect. CONDITION: Moderate to heavy pitting, the stock has been sanded. X18 4-48741, 4-48743 (200-400)

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PERCUSSION FOWLING PIECE. NSN. Cal. 12 ga., 42” round bbl. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall. Stock is broken in front of the lockplate and cracked through the rear lockscrew on the left side and at the front lockscrew on the right side. Ramrod is missing. Another crack at the buttplate. 4-47822 FS79 (100-200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1888 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. SN. 556143. Cal. .45-70, 32-5/8” bbl, “SWP” cartouche dated 1892 on the left side of the stock. CONDITION: Very good. 50% thinning blue mixed with light surface rust and pitting. The casehardening colors on the breechblock have faded to silver. Ramrod bayonet is well worn with light surface rust. Issue numbers are stamped on the right side of the buttstock. 4-47818 FS67 (350-700)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAP DOOR RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. 32-5/8” bbl, matching bayonet with metal hanger. “SWP” cartouche is dated 1886 on the left side of the stock. SN 360455 CONDITION: 50% blue turning brown overall, small crack on stock at rear of lockplate, otherwise normal dents and scratches. Action is good, bore is fair. The bayonet has about 75% blue. Scabbard is bare. Hanger is flaked and fragile. 4-48832 FS180 (500-800)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE WITH BAYONET. SN. 68128, with improvements of 1879 including the rear sight and a short grip stock. Right side of the stock has been crudely carved with a running deer and the initials HF. Ramrod is missing. CONDITION: Traces of blue mixed with patina and dry grease, which also covers the wood. 4-47821 X27 (250-500)

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LOT OF 2 ISLAMIC LONG GUNS. 1) Indian flintlock musket. Cal. .50. 51-5/8” round bbl. Sheet brass bbl bands and overlay on front of stock. Repair to wood at breech, probably entire stock replaced from the lock backwards. CONDITION: Poor. 2) Indian matchlock musket. Cal. .45. 47-3/4” round bbl. Wood stock, multiple brass bbl bands. Missing the ramrod. CONDITION: Heavily used. Rusty metal. X19 4-48729, 4-48734 (200-400)

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LOT OF FOUR DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION SHOTGUNS. 1) Belgian 12 ga., 30” bbls. CONDITION: Poor, pitted, held together with plastic wood filler. 2) King 10 gauge, 33-1/4” bbls. CONDITION: Broken in two, bbls unsoddered. 3) James Allen 12 gauge, 32-1/4” double bbls. CONDITION: Cracked at wrist, rust brown patina. 4) WM Parker 12 gauge, 34-1/8” bbls. CONDITION: Cracks and repairs to the wood, rust brown patina. 4-47847 FS119 (200-400)

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LOT OF FOUR PERCUSSION SHOTGUNS. 1) Unmarked 12 ga. 28-1/2” bbls. Belgian proof marks on the bottom of the bbls. Restocked. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall. Stock has been sanded, locks need to be re-installed. 2) Unmarked, NSN. 12 ga, 31-3/4” bbls. Belgian proof marks, bee logo on each lock. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall, repairs and losses to the wood, mechanically good. 3) Gross NSN 12 ga., 30-1/2” bbls. Missing the ramrod. Hammers and nipples are replacements. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall. Stock has been broken, repaired, sanded but not re-finished. Ramrod is missing. 4) Chance 20 ga. NSN. 34” bbls. Hammers and ramrod have been replaced. Stock has been broken and repaired with the loss of the rear escutcheon mounts. CONDITION: Very heavy pitting on the bbls. Stock is heavily sanded and refinished with most metal proud of the surface. 4-47846 FS88 (250-500)

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LOT OF FOUR HAMMER SHOTGUNS. 1) Acme Arms, SN. 228, 12 ga., 30” bbls. Made in Belgium. CONDITION: Heavy crusty rust at the breech, minor replacements on the wood. 2) American Gun Company, SN. 84996, 12 gauge, 30” bbls. CONDITION: Generally good with traces of finish mixed with rust. 3) James King London 10 gauge, bbls cut to 30”. CONDITION: Generally good with strong Damascus pattern on the bbls, moderate pitting elsewhere. 4) Genuine Damascus 12 ga, bbls cut to 26-1/2”, replaced forearm, wood broken, and action not working. 4-47844 FS125 (200-300)

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LOT OF FIVE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS. 1) Moore & Harris, NSN, 12 ga., 30” bbl. CONDITION: Replaced hammer, bbl split at muzzle, generally rusty. 2) Remington hammerless SN. 100635, 12 gauge, 28” bbl. CONDITION: Stock shattered and repaired with screws and replacements, bbls dented. 3) Moore & Company, NSN, 10 gauge, bbls cut to 28-1/2”. CONDITION: Fair, heavily worn. 4) Unmarked, NSN, 10 gauge, 32-3/8” bbls, poorly restocked, not working. 5) Thomas King, 10 gauge, 32-3/8” bbls. CONDITION: Very good except bbl key pulled loose. 4-47843 FS126 (200-400)

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PARKER DAMASCUS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. SN. 40647. Cal. 12 ga., 30” ribbed bbls. Buttstock is made up of several different pieces with fills and splices. Hammers are replacements, the right one is also repaired. CONDITION: Good. Damascus pattern showing with a few minor dents. There is some heavy pitting in the bores. Action is good. 4-47845 FS83 (150-300)

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333

LOT OF TWO LIGHTWEIGHT FOWLING PIECES. 1) NSN, 24 ga., 30” part oct. bbl, spuriously marked “Clark / London” with Belgian proofs on top of the bbl. Hammer, ramrod, and pipes are replacements. CONDITION: Heavy rust brown patina overall, the stock is broken beneath the lock and large chips are missing on the left side. 2) Similar Belgian fowling piece with Spanish markings. CONDITION: Rust brown patina, stock is solid. 4-47864 FS124 (100-200)

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334

LOT OF 25 USMC COTTON POUCHES. OD color bags that measure 13-1/4” tall and 4-1/4” wide by 2” deep that have four tie straps with a webb pistol belt loop on the back and a small pouch near the opening. The back is marked “U.S.M.C./Scranton Lace Co./1945”. CONDITION: All appear to be new, unissued. 4-48775 JR452 (25-50)

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350

SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 50 Perc. Usual configuration with 21-5/8” oct to round bbl with German silver blade front sight, carbine ladder rear sight, straight grain walnut stock with two sharp cartouches on left wrist. Receiver is case colored and has a sling bar and ring on left side. SN 11459. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains 96-97% strong original blue. Receiver retains 95-97% original case colors, brilliant in sheltered areas, faded elsewhere. Bbl hinge screw is slightly battered. Locking bar retains about 90% of its fine high polished blue. Wood is sound and retains most of its original finish with a few small dings on the forearm and a bruise with some light handling and storage marks on buttstock. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-48661 JR662 (3,000-5,000)

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351

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54 Perc. Usual configuration with 21” round bbl, pinched front sight, 2-position flip rear sight. Tiny forearm with one band and locking spring. Stock has straight grip with sling swivel and semi-crescent carbine buttplate. Usual markings. SN 29555. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains an even medium blue/brown patina. Receiver mostly a silver gray patina with hammer marks on the breech block and a chipped hammer nose. Slightly battered screws. Stock has a hairline back of top tang and back of the lockplate with a raised splinter by the top tang. Otherwise has a fine hand rubbed patina. Strong dark bore. 4-48647 JR665 (1,750-2,750)

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352

SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. SN. 1547. Cal. .50, 21-1/2” part oct bbl. Made by American Machine Works Springfield, Massachusetts. Sling ring bar and rear sight leaf are missing. Lower tang has been broken and repaired causing a poor fit of the buttstock. CONDITION: Gray/brown patina overall with traces of finish showing in protected places. Stock has a good “JH” cartouche along with numerous dents and scratches. Bore is poor, action is good. 4-47856 FS84 (500-800)

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353

SPENCER MODEL 1865 SRC WITH FAMILY PROVENANCE FROM THE BATTLE OF LITTLE BIGHORN. A very nice M1865 carbine having 22” round barrel, iron frame, mounted on a walnut stock. SN 792. CONDITION: Very good, no original finish. Sharp edges, good markings, minor surface rust. Bore is fair, stock is very good, mechanically fine. The carbine is accompanied by approximately 12 unfired cartridges and a few casings. The carbine comes with a sworn affidavit from the consignor attesting to his inheritance of the carbine from his father who acquired it in 1928 from a Mr. Hurst Hackett. Mr. Hackett received the carbine from his grandfather who was a member of the burial party following the Battle of Little Bighorn. Family history states that the carbine was found under the body of a dead 7th Cavalryman. A cursory look at the rosters reveal no burial party members named Hacket, however, members of the 7th Cavalry were known to have been carrying these carbines. 4-48684 (4,000-6,000)

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354

SPENCER MODEL 1865 SADDLE RING CARBINE. SN 19347. Cal. .50. 20” round bbl. “ESA” cartouche on left side of stock behind sling ring bar. CONDITION: Traces of finish, mostly blue-brown patina. Wood is solid. Light casehardening colors inside and visible on the lever. Mechanically excellent. FS58 4-48746 (1,000-1,500)

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355

MARTIALLY MARKED MAYNARD 2ND MODEL CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 50 Perc. 1865 dated carbine with 20” oct to round bbl, pinched front sight, 2-leaf, 3-position rear sight, made without forearm. Usual markings on receiver with a sling bar and ring on left side. Stock, without patchbox, is straight grip with a smooth steel carbine buttplate. Left side of wrist has two sharp cartouches. SN 23998. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 90-92% thin original blue. Receiver is mostly a silver gray color with traces of case hardening in sheltered areas. Buttstock has a grain check at buttplate and has several small crude scratched drawings on left side and some initials on right side. Right flat of the breech area on bbl is scratched “WA5”. Strong bore with good shine and scattered pitting. 4-48663 JR663 (2,250-3,250)

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356

MAYNARD MODEL 1873 IMPROVED HUNTERS RIFLE NO. 8 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. appears to be 35-30. Blued finish, 26” oct to round bbl, pinched front sight with two position V-notch rear sight and an elevating tang peep sight. Straight stock with carbine type smooth steel buttplate. SN 27087. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 85-90% original blue with scattered light surface rust. Receiver is mostly a blue-brown patina. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Sight is fine, bore is strong with deep pitting. 4-48341 JR445 (Anderson Collection) (1,250-1,750)

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357

GALLAGER CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54 Perc. Standard model with 22-1/2” round bbl, pinched front sight with 2-position flip rear sight. Straight grip walnut stock with smooth steel carbine buttplate. Sling bar and ring on left side of wrist with “S” shaped lever and a patch box containing a spare nipple on right side of butt. SN 10927. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains 10-15% blue toward muzzle with the balance being a gray/brown patina. Receiver retains an even dark brown patina with blue showing through that may clean better. Wood is sound and retains generous amounts of original finish. No cartouche visible. Bright shiny bore. 4-48662 JR661 (1,750-2,750)

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358

STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54 Perc. Usual configuration with 20-3/4” stepped round bbl with blade front sight and 2-position flip rear sight. Small forearm with straight stock and semi-crescent carbine brass buttplate. Usual markings on the lockplate and top tang. Left side of wrist and back of bottom tang are stamped with an “S”. SN 995. CONDITION: Fair to good. No original finish remains. Bbl being a light silver brown patina with scattered light pitting. Receiver and hammer are dark patina with moderate to heavy pitting. Lockplate retains 15-20% case colors. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Bore is strong but dark. 4-48646 JR664 (1,750-2,750)

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359

SHARPS & HANKINS SADDLE RING CARBINE. SN 5930. Cal .52. 19” round bbl. Missing the sights, the lever catch and a 1-3/4” x 1” chunk of the stock. Also missing the sling swivel on the stock, main spring is broken. CONDITION: Metal is lightly pitted overall. Stock has numerous small cracks and chips. FS55 4-48529 (300-500)

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360

FRANK WESSON TIP UP RIFLE. SN. 4789. Cal. 38RF, 24” oct bbl. Tang sight is missing, bbl sights are replacements. CONDITION: Moderate pitting overall, obscuring most of the markings. Stock is oil stained at the action but is otherwise good. 4-47810 FS86 (300-500)

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361

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 CADET RIFLE. Cal. bored out to 60. 38” bbl. Bbl and locked date 1869, issue number “32” is stamped on the bbl tang. NSN CONDITION: Gray patina overall, with light pitting, heavier on the buttplate. 49-1/2” stock including forearm tip. Ramrod is a short replacement as the ramrod channel is plugged. The lock is crisp. There are several repaired cracks on the stock and some slivers missing along the forearm. 4-48863 FS181 (2,500-3,500)

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362

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 MUSKET. NSN. Cal. 58. 40” part oct. bbl. Dated 1863 on the lockplate. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. The cartouches are partially visible but not readable. Stock has numerous scratches and a few cracks. There are viSe marks at the breech of the bbl. The bayonet locking ring is broken. FS60 4-47816 (750-1,250)

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363

ROBBINS, KENDALL & LAWRENCE MODEL 1842 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. NSN. Cal. 54. 33” round bbl. Dated 1847 on the lockplate. The date on the tang is not readable. The “WAT” cartouche on the left side of the stock is readable, the other is not. The spare nipple remains in the patchbox. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting around the breech. The brass has a dark patina, the wood has normal handling marks but appears to have been lightly sanded. Mechanically good. FS59 4-48530 (500-1,000)

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364

HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1842 MUSKET WITH BAYONET. NSN. Cal. .69, 42” bbl, dated 1852 on lock and bbl tank. Inspector marks are faintly visible on left side of stock. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with scattered light to moderate pitting. Five x’s have been cut into stock. The lock is good. 4-47813 FS121 (600-1,000)

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365

MASON MODEL 1863 MUSKET WITH BAYONET. Cal. .58, 48” bbl, dated 1863 on the lock, the marking on the bbl tang is unreadable due to pitting, the nipple has been welded into place. The rear side and swing swivels are missing, the ramrod and bayonet are replacements. CONDITION: Moderate to heavy pitting overall, the stock has been repaired and coated with grease and or varnish. Mechanically good. 4-47819 FS122 (500-800)

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366

REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 50/70. 36” round bbl. Standard Remington markings on the upper tang. Both sides of the stock are marked “26 Sep.Co.” along the frame. Action has the New York safety but no New York issue markings. The bayonet and ramrod are replacements. CONDITION: Gray metal with light dents and pitting. Stock is very dirty with several scratches and dents. Action and bore are fine. FS62 4-47817 (500-800)

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367

RARE OHIO SURCHARGE GERMAN MUSKET W/BAYONET. Cal. 74. 41-1/4” part oct bbl, dated 1831 at the rear. Lockplate is engraved “Saarn.” and “OHIO.” is stamped in large letters at the wrist and on the left side of the stock. The correct bayonet with 18-3/4” blade carries the number “64”. The rear sling swivel is missing. NSN. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina on bbl, smooth gray-blue patina on lock and hammer. Stock has normal handling marks. The bayonet is heavily rusted. Action is good, but the nipple not tightened. 4-48502 FS173 (1,500-2.000)

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368

LOT OF TWO EUROPEAN MUSKETS. 1) German converted musket, NSN, Cal. .73, 41-1/8” part oct bbl. Lockplate marking is not readable. The crown “FW” mark on the right side of the stock is clear. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with moderate pitting, heavier at the breech. Stock has normal wear. Lock is frozen. 2) Modified East India Company musket. Dated 1777 at the rear of the lockplate. Cal. .77, 34” round bbl. Bbl has been shortened, the front 21” of the stock has been replaced, and other repairs have been made to the wood. Bbl has been plugged, the frizzen has been faced. Lock is good. 4-47824 FS66 (300-500)

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369

BELGIAN PERCUSSION MUSKET. Cal. 70. 40-3/8” part oct bbl, marked “J.A.PETRY / A LIEGE” on the lock. Missing the ramrod. NSN CONDITION: Dark brown patina overall. Large chips of wood missing on each side of the bbl tang. Small chips at the front of the lockplate. There are numerous dents and gouges elsewhere. Action is good. 4-48504 X43 (300-500)

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370

PARKERS’ SNOW & CO. MODEL 1861 MUSKET. NSN. Cal. .58. 40” bbl. The rear sight and bbl bolster have been incorrectly replaced. The sling swivels have been removed. The nipple is a smaller replacement. CONDITION: Stock has been broken through the wrist, repaired and heavily sanded. X20 4-48742 (400-700)

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371

ASSEMBLED ROBINSON MUSKET. Cal. 61. 40” bbl. The lockplate is marked “E. ROBINSON” in an arc over “NEW YORK” in front of the hammer and dated 1864 at the rear. The bbl tang does not have a date and the bbl is unreadable due to heavy pitting. The ramrod is a reproduction. The inspector cartouches are not readable. NSN CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with very heavy pitting at the rear of the bbl. The rear sight is only lightly pitted. Wood has been repaired and sanded. The lock works. 4-48505 X45 (500-800)

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372

PROVIDENCE TOOL COMPANY MODEL 1861 MUSKET WITH BAYONET. Cal. .58, 48” round bbl. CONDITION: Metal is deeply pitted. The bayonet is rusted in place. Stock is broken between the two rear bbl bands. The lock is functional. 4-47814 X26 (300-500)

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373

HARPER’S FEERY MODEL 1852 MUSKET. NSN. Cal. 72. 42” bbl. The bayonet and ramrod are incorrect. CONDITION: Very heavy pitting at the breech of the bbl, moderate to heavy elsewhere. Wood has been heavily sanded and re-oiled. Mechanically good. X24 4-47820 (300-600)

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374

ALTERED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1835 RIFLE. Cal. 69. 42” part oct bbl, converted to percussion using the Belgian system, 1842 on lockplate. The buttplate, trigger guard, bbl bands, sideplate and screws have been gold plated. The 18-1/2” socket bayonet has European proof marks and is slightly loose. The ramrod is a replica. NSN. CONDITION: All metal has been polished bright. Stock refinished. Action is very good. 4-48356 FS174 (200-400)

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375

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 MUSKET. NSN. Cal. 58. 40” bbl. Dated 1864 on the lockplate. The rear sight is a crude replacement. The bayonet is not correct. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with very heavy pitting at the rear of the bbl. Stock has been repaired at the wrist, sanded and oiled. There is a new crack at the buttplate. The lock is good. X22 4-47815 (500-800)

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376

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1886 EXPERIMENTAL TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Cal. 45-70. One of only 1,000 of these scarce carbines ever made, officially referred to as “Experimental Model 1882 third type or fourth type”. This carbine has a 24” round barrel, rectangular base blade front sight, a 2,000 yard Buffington style rear sight marked “XC”. The breech block is marked “1873”, and the lockplate is flat with “U.S. / Springfield” and an eagle in front of the hammer. The left side of the wrist has the outline of a cartouche. The single barrel band has the bent sling loop for use in a saddle scabbard and it has a corresponding sling loop on the buttstock. The buttplate is smooth steel marked “US” on the tang with a 3-piece wiping rod and broken shell extractor in the trap. SN. 340111. CONDITION: Very fine, the barrel and band retain about 90% original blue with some fine scattered light rust. The breech block is a mottled blue/brown, the lockplate and hammer retain about 95% original finish. The wood is sound and retains most of a very old refinish. Good bore with some shine and moderate to heavy pitting. 4-48969 JR767 (3,000-5,000)

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377

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1869 TRAP DOOR RIFLE. Cal. 50-70. 32-5/8” bbl. SN 11959. NSN CONDITION: Gray-brown patina mixed with light surface rust and pitting. Wood shows normal dents and scratches with chipping around the buttplate. Action and bore are good. 4-47786 X44 (600-900)

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378

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. Standard rifle with 32-1/2” bbl, ski-jump rear sight, 1-pc walnut stock with the outline of a cartouche on the left side. SN 236771. CONDITION: Fair to good. Blue-brown patina overall, nicked and scratched wood with some gouges on buttstock and a crack behind lockplate. Rear sight is missing slide and rammer is missing. Fair dark bore. 4-48339 JR443 (Anderson Collection) (250-400)

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379

ENFIELD SNIDER CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal. 57 Snider. 1867 dated lockplate, cut down musket with Snider patent breech modification, 19” bbl, bead front sight, musket rear sight, one bbl band, 1-pc stock with cartouche on right side of butt. NSN. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being a dark brown patina overall with moderate pitting. Wood is recently cleaned with crack on both sides of lock area, a replaced chip at the toe. Strong bright bore with moderate pitting. 4-48433 (400-600)

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380

ALTERED TOWER MODEL 1858 MUSKET. Cal. .58, 30-3/4” round bbl, dated 1862 on the lockplate. Bbl and stock have been cut, the sling swivels are missing and the rear sight and ramrod are reproductions. The front 18” of the stock are replaced with the join under rear bbl band. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with moderate pitting at the breech. Stock has been cleaned and sanded but not refinished. 4-47828 FS81 (150-300)

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381

LONDON ARMORY SNYDER RIFLE. Cal. 577. 36-1/2” bbl. NSN. CONDITION: Blue-brown patina overall. Wood has been lightly sanded and refinished. Action is fine, bore is poor. 4-48430 X49 (400-700)

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382

ENFIELD SNIDER CONVERSION RIFLE MUSKET. Cal. 57 Snider. 1862 dated musket with usual markings, Snider patent breech modification, 30-1/2” bbl, two bands with iron nose cap and Springfield style wiping rod. Bayonet lug has been removed from side of bbl. Mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with a cartouche on right side of butt. NSN. CONDITION: Good to very good. No original finish remains on the metal, being a medium gray/brown patina with fine pitting overall. Wood is sound and retains 75-80% original finish. Strong bright bore with light pitting. Firing pin is a replacement. 4-48432 (500-700)

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383

ENFIELD SNYDER RIFLE. Cal. 577. 36-1/2” bbl, dated 1862 on the lockplate, Mark II* on the chamber, has lead firing pin protector. NSN. CONDITION: Crusty brown patina overall, cracked behind the lock, repair along the forearm. Action is good, bore is poor. 4-48431 X48 (400-700)

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VERY RARE THIRD TYPE COCHRAN TURRET RIFLE. SN 191. Cal. 38, 29-3/4” oct. barrel. Marked “COCHRANs / MANY / CHAMBERD / NON RECOIL / RIFLE” at the front of the top strap and “C.B. ALLEN / SPRINGFIELD / MASS.” at the rear. The 3-3/4” turret contains nice chambers and has a protective brass star on the bottom attached with two screws. A German silver plate on the bottom of the frame is more complicated than the one on the earlier guns. A German silver reinforce also covers the top of the star to eliminate the problem that appears on the earlier guns. The latch is a turn screw with a large notch in it to allow use of the sights mounted on the barrel. The barrel appears to have a sleeve to fit it to the frame. The deluxe walnut stock has a German silver butt plate. It is marked “18 / B.P.” on the left side. This marking is thought to have been a Canadian government marking, but no documentation has been found. CONDITION: Very good overall. Brown patina on the barrel mixed with light surface rust. The frame is generally gray with scattered areas of light pitting. There is a flaw on the left side of the frame which does not affect the strength of the gun. The stock has probably been re-varnished, but the checkering is still sharp. The ramrod has been replaced. The bore is bright. Mechanically excellent. 4-48757 FS123 (6,000-8,000)

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UNMARKED 3-BARREL SWIVEL RIFLE. Cal. 38. 28-1/2” bbl. All three bores drilled in the same bbl. Each bore has a set of sights but only one ramrod is used on all three. Hammer is very long. NSN CONDITION: Smooth brown patina on barrel group. Hammer appears to be reblued. The lockplate and patch box are gray. The brass trigger guard and buttplate have a mellow patina. Mechanically good. 4-48420 (1,750-2,750)

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386

GERMAN TARGET OR JAEGER RIFLE. Cal. about 56. Fine early percussion rifle with 30″ swamped oct. damascus bbl with recessed muzzle, small front sight, missing the bbl sight and missing the tang sight. Top of the bbl is inlaid in silver “K. REICHEL A OTTINGEN”. Breech plug is lightly engraved with fancy scallops and a flash shield and has a gold “1” inlaid on the top flat. Top tang, hammer, lockplate, small decorative sideplate, trigger guard tang and nosepipe tang are beautifully engraved with floral arabesque patterns with the hammer engraved in a dolphins head. Lockplate also has a gold “1”. It is fitted with dbl set triggers, a fancy flowing wood trigger guard with finger rest and grip that has three German silver inlays on the bottom. Trigger guard tang is a long pointed pineapple finial. Wrist is very nicely checkered. Stock is of beautiful burl walnut with massive Schutzen-style cheek-piece that, just behind, has a deep relief carving of a reclining stag surrounded by leaves and trees. Buttplate is smooth steel with a long stepped top tang engraved to match the rest of the gun. Bottom of the bbl has two iron guides and an iron nosepipe and the stock is secured with a single wedge through rectangular German silver escutcheons. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains 60-70% thin damascus pattern, balance of the metal is a silver-gray. Forearm has a small crack at the left escutcheon, the stock, a couple of small nicks and dings but otherwise is sound and retains a fine oil finish. Ramrod is a replacement and the swivels are missing. Good mechanics. 4-47027 JR383 (850-950)

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387

DELANY PERCUSSION HALF-STOCK RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .36. 25-1/4” oct bbl marked “N. DELANY” on top, “TRUITT BROs / & Co” on the lock. Hammer and ramrod are replacements. CONDITION: Metal parts have been cleaned leaving a gray surface with light to moderate pitting. Stock has repairs in front of and behind the lock and a short crack at the toe. Action is good. 4-47826 FS85 (300-600)

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388

J. HARDER BUCK AND BALL SUPERPOSED COMBINATION GUN. Cal. 52 and about 18 bore. 33-1/2” oct superposed bbls with brass blade front sight and fixed rear sight. Marked on top flat “J.HARDER/LOCK HAVEN PA”. Right hammer fires the top bbl and the left hammer, with the long extended nose, fires the lower bbl. Lightly decorated back action locks with brass trigger guard, dbl set triggers with modestly engraved long top tang. Buttstock is “Kentucky Style” with squared cheekpiece that has a German silver bird dog inlay and it has a simple 2-pc patchbox on right side with crescent brass buttplate. There are Hickory ramrods in two iron guides on each side of the bbls. CONDITION: Iron retains a smooth even medium brown patina. Brass, a medium dark mustard patina and the wood is sound retaining most of an old refinish. Mechanics are fine. 4-48930 JR713 (800-1,500)

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389

RARE AND SPECTACULAR CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG. This is undoubtedly the finest battle Confederate battle flag to ever come at auction. This classic square Western Theater infantry battle flag was originally found in an East Texas estate. One great feature of the flag is the original and unusual fringe that trims three sides. This identical fringe is found on at least two identified Confederate officers sashes. The large size of the flag, the condition and this fabulous fringe all professionally and tastefully mounted result in a dramatic presentation. The flag is complete with it’s original sewn in rope hoist. Rare is the opportunity to buy an original Confederate St. Andrews Cross battle flag particularly of this caliber. This flag is fully guaranteed original and authentic and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from noted flag expert Howard Madaus. Reference “Battle Flags of the Army of Tennessee” by M. H. Madaus. This is one of only five known Western Theater Confederate battle flags. SIZE: Size of the flag alone including fringe is approximately 59” high and 54” wide. Size including the frame is 61” high and 63” wide. CONDITION: Flag retains all of the original braided fringe. The red field of the flag shows scattered holes and damage, some of which are moth holes, some are possibly battle scars. There are three period repairs in the field. The blue St. Andrew’s cross also shows some moth damage and deterioration but is generally good. There is some spots of minor staining and the flag has been professionally mounted in an archival type framing. 4-48648 JS48 (100,000-125,000)

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390

UNION CIVIL WAR GARRISON FLAG. This large Civil War American flag was originally found with the Confederate battle flag in the preceding lot. Both of these were literally wrapped and stored together. This typical 35 star Garrison flag is hand sewn and retains its original rope hoist. Of particular interest is a period inscription inked into the hoist “C. H. Manning”. Our speculation is that it is possible that this Union flag may have been captured by a Confederate from the same unit as the St. Andrews Cross Battle Flag above. Although this is not known at this time, its possible that research will, in time, reveal more. This should make for an exciting research project which could have some very interesting results. Both this flag and the St. Andrews Cross Battle Flag above were acquired from an estate in East Texas. SIZE: Approximately 7-1/2’ x 12’ long. CONDITION: Flag shows plenty of honest use, having numerous repairs and in use damage. Still retains strong blue, red, white and colors. 4-48649 JS47 (2,500-3,500)

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391

RARE FRAMED NORTH CAROLINA RALEIGH DEPOT MANUFACTURED CONFEDERATE FLAG. This excellent genuine and original Confederate flag is of hand sewn construction. Colors are still strong and vivid with red canton having turned toward pink. An old brown ink tag with the flag indicates that the flag was captured during the Civil War. The tag says “Flag of North Carolina 1861, captured in the Civil War”. The flag is very aesthetically pleasing and is archivally framed. It is guaranteed to be a period genuine Confederate flag and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from noted flag expert Howard Madaus. Only a few North Carolina associated Confederate flags are privately owned and this is a very good example. SIZE: Including frame 22” high x 34” long. CONDITION: Red has slightly faded to a pinkish salmon color. Structurally the flag is in outstanding condition; only a couple small and minor moth damages appear. 4-48650 JS49 (20,000-25,000)

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392

GREAT EPHEMERAL LOT FOR ROBERT E. LEE. This is a great assemblage of the famous Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Includes an autographed CDV of Lee in his generals uniform boldly signed “R. E. Lee”. Has a Vannerson & Jones, Richmond, VA back marked photograph. Accompanying the CDV is large photograph of Edward Valentine’s recumbent statue of Robert E. Lee. Photograph is signed by photographer Bagby dated 1927. Also included is a trade card advertising the Valentine photograph. The trade card is addressed on the reverse to Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, also a very famous Confederate general. All three items are archivally and wonderfully displayed, a great collage. SIZE: Overall size of frame is 20” high and 15” wide. CONDIITON: Generally very good. CDV very nice and toned, excellent presentation. 4-48656 JS39 (6,500-7,500)

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393

EXTREMELY RARE 18TH GEORGIA CONFEDERATE OFFICERS KEPI. This deep blue velvet kepi with ghost of “18 over GA.” was probably worn by Second Lieutenant. Has three strands of bullion around the base is a single bullion quatrefoil on top and beneath the quatrefoil is the ghost “18 over GA.” which represents the 18th Georgia Regiment. The interior of the hat is lined with silk and backed with an old Confederate playbill and newspaper dated 1861. This hat is one of only two or three known to exist and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from noted expert Les Jensen and noted textile authority Fonda Thomsen. SIZE: 4” high in the front and 7” high in the back. CONDITION: Generally very good. 4-48651 JS32 (18,000-28,000)

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394

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE DOLPHIN HEAD NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD. Made by Firman & Sons, London. This is a very rare regulation Confederate Naval Officer’s sword. Hilt exhibits naval emblem of crossed cannons which are superimposed by a fluted anchor. Decorations of cotton balls and tobacco leafs, also decorate the basket of the hilt. Nicely formed dolphin head pommel, sharks skin grip with brass wire wrap. 17” etched panels on blade show floral and rococco motifs, full firm mark “FIRMAN & SONS 153 STRAND & 13 CONDUIT STREET LONDON”, crossed cannons superimposed over fluted anchor. Opposite panel shows Confederate 2nd National flag superimposed over fluted anchor. There are only 10 or 12 of this patent sword currently known. Reference: “A PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLEMENT OF CONFEDERATE SWORDS WITH ADDENDUM” by William A. Albaugh III. SIZE: 30” blade, 35-1/2” overall. CONDITION: Sword is original and authentic in all regards and in very fine condition. 4-48655 JS29 (20,000-30,000)

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395

RARE CONFEDERATE FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. Made by J. W. McElroy, Macon, GA. Sword blade is etched on both sides approx. 14” panels one side shows large “CS” and two 1st National crossed flags. Opposite sides shows crossed cannons and full firm marking W.J. McELROY & CO. MACON . GEO.” Reference: “A PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLEMENT OF CONFEDERATE SWORDS WITH ADDENDUM” by William A. Albaugh III. SIZE: Blade 29 1/2”. Overall 35-1/2”. CONDITION: Scabbard is middle sewn on back, top mount appears original. Middle mount and drag, possibly replacements. Sword overall is in fine condition, grip and wire wrap are perfect. Blade shows some minor pitting, but overall is above average for pattern. 4-48866 JS2 (15,000-17,000)

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396

RARE AND POSSIBLY UNIQUE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD. Made by Boyle & Gamble, Richmond, VA. Classic hilt pattern with CS under a star surrounded by a wreath. Scabbard is wood lined with leather cover. Ring mounts are decorated with series of dots and (tobacco?) leaves. Ring mounts are similar to ring mounts seen on some New Orleans made swords and swords of Mitchell & Tyler of Richmond, VA. Scabbard is confederate and most unusual. The mounts have not been encountered by the cataloguer before. They have New Orleans and Richmond characteristics and require further study. Reference: “A PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLEMENT OF CONFEDERATE SWORDS WITH ADDENDUM” by William A. Albaugh III. SIZE: Blade is 29” l. Overall is 37-1/4”. CONDITION: Scabbard shows two repairs to body and replaced screw to drag. Sword overall is unaltered. Sword has gray/brown blade with scattered pitting, never etched at ricasso (fault line) braised seam is present, typical of Boyle and Gamble products. Bottom of hilt stamped “26” typical of Boyle and Gamble mfg. Grip retains 90%+ original leather, original copper wire. Hilt retains good patina and trace of original gilt. 4-48865 (12,000-14,000)

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397

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER. “J. W. McElroy, GA” stamped in pommel cap. The very rare McElroy markings in the pommel cap appear original, though there are old tool marks or ding marks around top of pommel that obscure part of marking. Blade is classic Confederate blade with unstopped fuller. Grip and wire wrap are possible replacements. Accompanying Confederate scabbard shows lead soldered seam, brass ring mounts, iron drag, missing soldered iron throat. Typical Georgia made scabbard. SIZE: Blade is 34 1/2” l. Overall is 42 1/2”. 4-48763 (8,000-9,000)

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398

MODEL 1840 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER, PALMETTO ARMORY. “COLUMBIA S.C” stamped on ricasso. Scarce South Carolina contract by “William Glaze & Co. S.C.”. Reference: “A PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLEMENT OF CONFEDERATE SWORDS WITH ADDENDUM” by William A. Albaugh III. “WILLIAM GLAZE & THE PALMETTO ARMORY” by Jack Meyer. SIZE: 36” blade. Overall 43”. CONDITION: Fine. Grip retains 100% original leather and 100% original wire. Good gray blade. Scabbard cleaned and few minor dents. 4-48612 JS1 (Lowry Estate) (3,500-5,500)

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399

FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. Maker marked “BOYLE, GAMBLE & MACFEE, RICHMOND, VA”. Grip leather wrap is 95% intact with single brass wire. Quillon is bent slightly as is hilt. Blade is black with scattered heavy pitting. Reference: “A PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLEMENT OF CONFEDERATE SWORDS WITH ADDENDUM” by William A. Albaugh III. SIZE: 28-3/4” blade. Overall 34 1/2”. 4-48599 JS31 (Lowry Estate) (5,000-6,000)

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400

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER. “MEMPHIS NOVELTY WORKS”, THOS. LEECH & CO. stamped on top of hilt. Blade is black, heavily pitted. Grip leather about 70% complete. Accompanying Confederate scabbard shows lead soldered seam, brass ring mounts, soldered iron throat and iron drag. Scabbard is heavily pitted. SIZE: Blade is 34” l. Overall is 42-1/2”. 4-48762 JS24 (6,500-8,500)

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401

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER. Classic Confederate cavalry with unfullered blade. Longitudinal fault at ricasso, reminiscent of Columbus, GA mfg. Blade is pitted and cleaned. SIZE: Blade is 35-1/2” l. Overall is 42 1/2”. CONDITION: Grip is of coarse leather with heavy round wire. Accompanying scabbard has two brass carrying ring, iron throat and iron drag. 4-48764 (3,500-4,500)

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402

CAVALRY SABER, POSSIBLY CONFEDERATE. 26 1/2” blade with unstopped fuller. Model 1860 sized hilt. Brown leather grip wrap with single copper wire. Blade is 1-1/4” at ricasso. 4-48584 (Lowry Estate) (1,000-2,000)

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403

GEORGIA OFFICER’S SWORD BELT. With two piece interlocking buckle with Georgia State seal. Center piece is die struck. Reference: “CONFEDERATE BELT BUCKLES & PLATES” by Steve Mullinax. “PLATES & BUCKLES OF AMERICAN MILITARY” by Sidney Kerksis. “ACCOUTERMENT PLATES NORTH & SOUTH” by William Gavin. SIZE: Height of wreath 52mm. Height of keepers 50mm and 51mm. CONDITION: Buckle is perfect, with crisp fine detail. Patent leather belt generally very good but shows some insect damage. One patent sword hanger is still present. The belt is accompanied by letter of authenticity. 4-48652 JS33 (7,500-8,500)

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404

CS BUCKLE. 2-pc interlocking CS buckle on Civil War era enlisted sword belt. The CS buckle is attributed to Leech & Rigdon. Reference: “CONFEDERATE BELT BUCKLES & PLATES” by Steve Mullinax. “PLATES & BUCKLES OF AMERICAN MILITARY” by Sidney Kerksis. “ACCOUTERMENT PLATES NORTH & SOUTH” by William Gavin. SIZE: Height of wreath 49mm. Height of keepers 52mm each. 4-48759 (3,500-5,500)

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405

VERY RARE MORSE CARTRIDGE BOXES ON THEIR ORIGINAL CANVAS BELT. The Morse cartridge belts were issued with two boxes, and very rarely is a complete set ever found and this one is an especially nice one and presents very well. Two leather hinged boxes mounted on a woven belt. Reference: “CONFEDERATE CARBINES & MUSKETOONS” by Dr. John Murphy. CONDITION: Belt is in very good condition with roller buckle attached, tongue of belt is fragile but complete. Both locking tabs are missing on one box. Flap of box has an old 8” separation on the top but flap is still in tact. The other box retains both finial tabs, has one thumbnail size piece missing on top, great old patina and finish. Belt 4-48658 JS21 (12,000-16,000)

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406

RARE BRASS BELT BUCKLE FOR THE 6TH INFANTRY, NORTH CAROLINA S.T. This excellent rare example in bold relief “6 N.C.S.T. INF”. This is the only Confederate state regimental plate and only 75 of these are known to exist, many of which were dug, this example clearly was non-excavated. Retains the three soldered hooks on reverse. SIZE: 51mm by 74mm. CONDITION: Wonderfully toned brass in excellent non-excavated condition, a great example. 4-48660 JS37 (6,000-7,000)

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407

CONFEDERATE CEDAR WOOD CANTEEN. Classic Confederate cedar wood canteen banded by two iron bands and three brass carrying rings for a strap. One face has longitudinal break separating that side in two pieces. SIZE: 71/2” by 2-1/4”. 3/4” original wood spout. CONDITION: Canteen has been painted brown. 4-48756 JS36 (1,200-1,500)

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408

OUTSTANDING HISTORIC QUANTRILL’S RAID LETTER. This detailed, well written three page letter was written by a survivor of Quantrill’s Raid on Lawrence, Kansas the day following, dated August 22, 1863. This eye witness account details many of atrocities that occurred. Quantrill’s early morning raid caught the entire citizenry and defenders unprepared. Almost no male was spared unless he had hidden or escaped. “Allison of the firm Duncan & Allison was shot and burned in his store. Jimmy Perine and Jimmy Eldridge, clerks in the store, of Eldridge & Ford were both shot after having given up everything, even to the keys to the money safe.” “Judge Carpenter was brutally murdered…” “Mr. Murphy was shot while giving them water from his well.” “Men without regard to age was murdered. I saw an old man with long flowing white beard lying among the dead”. The three page letter written on lined paper and addressed “Dear Uncle” is signed by its writer W.R. Brown who, for his good fortune lived in a home two miles out of the city. Also accompanying this lot is a recent issue of “North South Traders Civil War” in which a seven page article specifically about this letter is written. SIZE: Each sheet 10” high by 8” wide. CONDITION: Paper is toned with fold marks which have separation on the central fold mark about two inches in. The letter generally in very good and surprising, extremely readable script. 4-48659 JS22 (3,500-5,500 )

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409

BILLHARZ CARBINE. SN 229. Scarce Confederate carbine in fine condition. The SN 229 occurs at the back of the breech of bbl (no other parts of gun removed). Bbl is correctly and deeply marked “CSA” over “P”. This gun exhibits original pewter nose cap (earlier guns have brass nose caps). A contemporary repair to buttstock to left of bbl tine is noted but no missing wood, gun is all original and authentic. This gun shows little, but honest use including saddle wear. CONDITION: Gun has been cleaned overall, but does not effect its aesthetics. This would be a difficult gun to upgrade. 4-47869 JS27 (18,000-20,000)

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410

VERY RARE MORSE 1ST MODEL CARBINE. SN 181. This very desirable 1st Model carbine is with a solid brass latch. Latches on these guns are quite often cracked or broken and repaired, this latch is perfect. Gun appears all original and authentic in all regards. External SN occurs on frame and inside latch. A cryptic “T” is stamped in buttstock, next to trigger guard. Less than 200 of these were made. CONDITION: Bore is fine. Slight reduction of wood to forend at nose cap. Gun shows honest use and saddle wear. This all original rare 1st Model is in especially good condition for a Confederate Morse carbine and would be a difficult one to upgrade. 4-48653 JS26 (25,000-30,000)

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411

RARE VARIATION OF A CONFEDERATE SHARP’S CARBINE, GOVERNMENT MODEL. SN. 2628, visible on lock and tang. This gun features a rare variation in the lever lock. A screw is used instead of a lever pin in the breech block, only three carbines have been found with this variation noted. “Richmond, VA” is marked on the top. Note: The brass retainer on the foreend is correct. In fact, the example illustrated in Dr. Murphy’s book, which does not have a brass retainer, is now known to be incorrect. Reference “Confederate Carbines and Musketoons” by Dr. John Murphy. CONDITION: Metal and wood are cleaned and lightly refinished. Metal edges to frame and receiver are sharp. Carbine shows honest use and saddle wear. This is a very fine example of a rare Confederate Richmond Sharps. 4-48654 JS28 (20,000-30,000)

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411A.

ANTIQUE LITHOGRAPH MEDICINAL SIGN DEPICTING GEN. R. E. LEE. The Yankee’s from Philadelphia, PA. at Dr. D. Jayne & Son Medicines utilized this portrait image of the Civil War’s greatest Confederate general to promote their medicines. The tin sign copyright dated 1908 depicts the white haired Gen. Robert E. Lee in his dress uniform. The portrait, self-framed with gold border and brown trim. SIZE: 15″ wide, 19″ high. CONDITION: Generally very good, a couple of handing dents in the sign and very minor scuffs along the edge. Image of Lee is strong and colorful. 4-49012 (750-1,000)

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412

CONFEDERATE USED MISSISSIPPI TYPE RIFLE. Cal. 54. Unusual Confederate style rifle similar to those pictured and described in Confederate Rifles and Muskets by Murphy & Madaus on pages 121, 122, 123, 129 and 132. In the written text on page 121 it describes the flat brass barrel band with forward projecting tip secured with a pin which is found on this rifle. This rifle also has the unmarked commercial lock although the text indicates only one lock screw on the know examples of those rifles manufactured by Michael Cody & Son, this one has two lockplate screws similar to the US pattern 1841 Mississippi. The inside of the lockplate is marked in roman numerals XXIIII which corresponds with the information on page 121 for known examples. Unfortunately corrosion on the other metal surfaces has obliterated corresponding markings. The brass patch box is similar to the 1841 Mississippi with the recess having three drill holes before routing as described on page 121. This rifle has had the barrel crudely cut to 22-1/8”, no front sight, Confederate style fixed rear sight with the forearm commensurately reduced. The brass sideplate, while similar to US Mississippis’, is considerably more narrow. The left side of the butt stock is inlaid with a German silver angel with trumpet (Gabriel) carrying a ribbon with the inscriptions “Capt. Henry Kutzmeyer/Capt. John F. Reinecke/Capt. Chs. G Castman” on the large part of the ribbon and “Capt. John H. Hoffman/Presented/This ” on the small part of the ribbon. The angel is lightly engraved. On the bottom of the forearm is a 1-1/2” five pointed star engraved with the all-seeing-eye, probably of Masonic significance. The brass trigger guard and sideplate and patch box are very nicely engraved and the trigger guard tang has a museum number just behind the bow. The front part of the bow is fitted with a thin brass offset sling loop as described in the text of the above book. Additional research is required on the above names to authenticate Confederate use. CONDITION: Poor to fair, the cut barrel and stock as noted, heavy pitting on the barrel with moderate pitting on the lockplate and hammer. The brass has a heavy dark patina. The stock is shattered, with crude nail repairs around the action. The lock is functional. 4-48437 JR676 (2,000-5,000)

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413

FAYETTEVILLE RIFLE. 33” bbl, overall 48-3/4”. Lockplate marked forward of hammer “FAYETTEVILLE”, eagle is non-discernible. “C” and “A” of CSA are still visible. 1863 stamped behind hammer. Bbl markings “V” over “P”, no bbl date or eagle head discernible. Brass buttplate correctly stamped “CSA”. No stock markings discernible. Brass nose cap. Brass bands, possible replacements. Brass trigger guard. Reference: “CONFEDERATE RIFLES & MUSKETS” by Dr. John Murphy. CONDITION: Gun is missing rear sight and both sling swivels. Correct style ramrod with tulip end. Bbl tang poorly fits mortise, which appears to be too large for tang. Trigger guard is fit into filled mortise. Lock poorly fits in large mortise with gaps around edges. 4-48829 JS12 (4,000-4,500)

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414

MODEL 1842 MUSKET. Lock is marked forward of hammer “PALMETTO ARMORY S.C” surrounding a Palmetto tree. Behind hammer is marked “COLUMBIA S.C. 1852”. Springfield bbl is marked with “VP” and bbl tine dated “1845”. Reference: “CONFEDERATE RIFLES & MUSKETS” by Dr. John Murphy. “WILLIAM GLAZE AND THE PALMETTO ARMORY” by Jack Meyer. Gun is mounted with three iron bands, unmarked iron buttplate and cupped rod. All parts appear “SPRINGFIELD” or “HARPER’S FERRY” except for Palmetto Armory lock. All parts of gun appear to have grown up together. Rack number “19” occurs on bbl tine and stock. CONDITION: Overall gun is average for pattern with good wood and good metal. Metal has scattered pitting consistent on lock and bolster. 4-48825 JS13 (2,000-2,250)

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415

RARE CONFEDERATE RETRACTABLE PIKE. Wood body with brass and iron ferrules and caps. Polearm is original and correct, missing one screw in each end cap. Remnants of an old paper tag are indiscernible. Reference: “AMERICAN POLE ARMS” by Rodney Hilton Brown. “CONFEDERATE ARMS” by William A. Albaugh III. CONDITION: Old minor worm damage to wood sheath. Blade is average for this pattern showing some original shine, light pitting. 1/2” chip to blade. Spring catch has been moved 1-1/2”. Old screw holes from catch where originally located, still present. Screw in brass ferrule has been replaced. 4-48836 JS11 (2,500-3,500)

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416

D-GUARD CONFEDERATE STYLE BOWIE KNIFE. Blade is 16 3/4” l, overall 21 3/4”. Blade is 1 3/4” at tapered base tapers to clip point with false edge. Handle is wood with iron ferrule. Blade is brown and pitted overall. Scabbard is tin covered with stitched canvas with red cloth sewn at top with flat iron button sewn as frog button. CONDITION: Overall is very good to fine. 4-48698 JS10 (1,500-2,500)

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417

D-GUARD BOWIE CONFEDERATE STYLE KNIFE. 14” blade, 19” overall. Blade is approx. 1-1/4” wide and tapers to clipped point. Handle is made of bone. Stitched leather scabbard appears to be not as old as the knife appers. 4-48699 JS8 (1,000-2,000)

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418

D-GUARD CONFEDERATE STYLE BOWIE KNIFE. Large 17-1/4” blade, 23” overall. Blade is 2” wide. Blade has slight clip point. Not a true D-guard in that one long quillion is bent up to approximate the “D”. Two part wooden slabs form the pistol type handle. Blade is dark and pitted overall as is cross guard. 4-48700 JS7 (1,000-2,000)

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419

D-GUARD CONFEDERATE STYLE BOWIE KNIFE. About 15” blade, 20” overall. Spear point. About 1-1/2” tapers to point, which has been re-shaped. Handle appears to be old tool handle. Blade is dark and pitted. 4-48702 JS6 (1,000-2,000)

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420

D-GUARD BOWIE CONFEDERATE STYLE KNIFE. Blade is 12”, overall 17-1/2”. Blade is 1-3/4” wide at base. Possibly 1/2” plus tip is broken off. Handle made from two slabs of wood. Blade still shows some original finishing marks and flaws in blade. 4-48701 JS9 (1,000-2,000)

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421

D-GUARD CONFEDERATE STYLE BOWIE KNIFE. SIZE: 12-1/2” blade, 18-1/4” overall. Blade is 1” at base, swells to 1-1/4” about 2” from tip, spear point blade. Handle has a lead crown shaped ferrule. 4-48703 JS5 (1,000-2,000)

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422

CONFEDERATE POLE ARM HEAD. Made from Springfield bayonet blade. These pole arms were catalogued by Francis Bannerman as having come from Confederate Arsenal. Reference: “FRANCIS BANNERMAN’S MILITARY CATALOG OF 1917”. Also see “MILITARY COLLECTOR & HISTORIAN, VOL. XL1 NO. 4”, page 221 for additional information. SIZE: Blade is 19-1/2”, overall approx. 26”. Pike consists of braised or welded Springfield bayonet blade attached to cast iron head with two sturdy quillions. The pike head would be attached to a pole by a transverse rivet through the two holes in the head. CONDITION: Overall brown with scattered pitting, slight areas of luster brightness. Reference: American Pole Arms by Rodney Hilton Brown. 4-48705 JS14 (400-600)

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423

CONFEDERATE SPURS. Matched pair of excavated spurs thought to be made at Richmond Armory. Both spurs are in excellent excavated condition. One has remnants of a rowel while the other only has the rowel pin. 4-48761 JS20 (350-450)

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424

CS MARKED SPURS. Assembled pair of CS marked raking spurs. One spur clean but rowel is much rusted. Second spur with green patina, rawl rusted completely away. Has repaired break to one arm. Only remnants of rowel remains. Very rare Confederate made CS arsenal made spurs. 4-48760 JS38 (3,500-4,500)

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425

CONFEDERATE BRIDLE. Hinged cross piece with partial straps. The consignor’s tag claims that it was from the battle at Cedar Mountain, VA. CONDITION: Moderate surface rust and pitting overall. The leather is cracked and brittle. 4-48858 FS200 (300-500)

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426

AX HEAD, EXCAVATED. Heavy 7” x 4”. Painted on one surface “-CONFEDERATE-AXE HEAD -FOUND- PORT HUDSON LA. COL. REID’S 12th ARKANSAS GARRISON TROOPS SIEGE MAY 27-JULY 9, 1863”. CONDITION: Cleaned, pitted overall, painted black. 4-48843 JS15 (20-25)

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427

CONFEDERATE COMMEMORATIVE QUILT. Patchwork quilt with elaborate needlework of flowers. One panel is signed “Greenwood, Co, S.C.” and dated “oct. 1905.” Each of the flowers are identified with either a Latin or English name. The panel in the center is marked “Reunion” and has crossed Confederate and American flags with various dates from 1865 to 1896. There is also a sword and a Winchester with the initial “R.C.S.” The front is all hand stitched with a solid red backing that is machine sewn. SIZE: 62” x 76”. CONDITION: Fine, except the lilies panel, which was done on black cloth, has disintegrated. 4-48852 FS187 (500-1,000)

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428

CURRIER & IVES PRINT OF GENERAL JOSEPH HOOKER. Color litho, with 12” x 8-1/2” vertical image of Gen. Hooker in uniform on his white horse, without hat, pointing his sword with cavalry and artillery in the background. It is entitled “Major-Genl. Joseph Hooker” and is signed “Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau Street, New York”. CONDITION: Framed in an identical frame to the one of General Franz Sigel also in this auction. The print is slightly yellowed, the frame has separated corners, crackled finish with a couple of dings. 4-48723 JR782 (225-350)

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429

CURRIER & IVES PRINT OF GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL. Color litho, 13-5/8” x 9-1/2” vertical image of Gen. Sigel in his dress uniform with sword. Entitled “Major-Genl. Franz Sigel / The Hero of the West / Pub. By Currier & Ives 162 Nassau Street, N.Y.”. Framed in an artificially striped old wood frame. CONDITION: Yellowed and slightly foxed, with some surface bug damage not affecting the image. The corners of the frame are separated with crazed finish, minor chips and dings. 4-48724 JR781 (225-350)

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430

VERY RARE 1ST MODEL COLT SQUARE BACK NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 perc. Usual configuration, 7-1/2” oct. bbl., replaced front sight with one piece walnut grips. It has the 1st model wedge screw on the bottom and tiny “U.S.” under “COLTS PATENT” on the frame. This revolver is identical to serial number 562 pictured on page 80 and 81 of “51 COLT NAVIES”, the rarest Martial Colt, only three known. The write-up in this book suggests that 100 of these revolvers were purchased by the US army and issued to the medical corp. Recent research however suggests they were issued to Commander Perry on his trip to Japan. SN 564, all matching except for the wedge which is unnumbered. CONDITION: About good, the metal retains an even cleaned medium brown patina, probably an old refinish, with some fine pitting on the rammer lever. The cylinder is smooth with no scene remaining with one small area of light pitting and a few light dings. The grips are correct Slim Jim grips, the right toe is chipped. The grip frame retains 25-30% original silver plating. The bore is strong and dark. Mechanics are a little loose but functional. 4-48920 JR718 (12,500-17,500)

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431

HISTORIC CIVIL WAR INSCRIBED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. CAL.: .36. Standard 51 Navy with 7-1/2″ barrel, one-line New York address, one-piece walnut grips with tiny U.S. below Colt’s patent on he frame. The bottom of the butt is inscribed in period script letters “H.L.S.” This fine old revolver is accompanied by a very old manila tag with very faded ink writing that has been transcribed to read that this revolver was carried by Captain Harlow L. Street of the 2nd California Cavalry, throughout the Civil War in the West Division, and that upon the writer’s demise it was to go to a cousin. Also accompanied by two large volumes of research material accomplished by the Horse Soldier Research Service. Captain Street rose from the rank of Corporal to Captain and served from September 1861 and led a somewhat checkered career, one time being court-martialed for being drunk on duty and was subsequently discharged. Captain Street persisted in clearing his name and was subsequently reinstate and reappointed as a Captain of Commissary and Stores, and served to retirement. SN 56333. CONDITION: Good, all matching. Retaining an even light gray/brown patina with a series of heavy dings on the barrel, a couple on the left side of the frame, and hammer marks on the butt. The frame also has a couple of spots of light pitting. The cylinder retains 30-40% strong scene. The grips are shrunk and may have been refinished, otherwise are sound. Strong, dark bore. 4-48707 (5,000-7,000)

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432

RARE AND UNUSUAL COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 44Perc. Nickel finish, 8” bbl with 1-pc walnut grips. This rare revolver is one of the very few authentic factory nickeled Models 1860 extant. It has full coverage nickel plating with blued screws and varnished walnut grips. This revolver has the initials “I.P.” below the serial number on the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. Accompanied by a Colt factory letter fully identifying this revolver as having been shipped to Schuyler, Hartely & Graham New York, NY on March 21st 1878 in a shipment of 11 similar revolvers. SN 180544. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching except the wedge which is unnumbered. Possibly unfired. Retains about 96-97% strong bright original nickel with some flaking on the frame and hammer. There are numerous small nicks and scratches to the finish. The screws may have been removed at one time but retain most of their original blue, thin and turning purple. Grips are fine and retain about 95% original varnish with numerous small nicks, scratches and dings. Cylinder has one complete pin with the others mashed. Bore is brilliant and shiny. 4-48872 JR632 (10,000-15,000)

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433

COLT M1861 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 perc. Usual configuration, 7-1/2” round bbl, case colored frame with silver-plated brass grip frame and 1-pc walnut grips. SN 17983. CONDITION: Fine to very fine, all matching except the wedge which is numbered to another revolver and is probably from a Colt Army or larger revolver. Bbl and lug retain 75-80% bright glossy blue with the balance flaked to a light patina with a couple of small gouges and some hammer marks by the wedge. Wedge screw is missing. Rammer lever retains 20-25% case colors, bright on the right side. Cylinder has traces of blue and retains about 90% naval engagement scene. Safety pins are mostly intact with one being partially smashed. Frame retains 15-20% faded case colors that may clean better. Screws have traces of original blue and are slightly battered. Grip frame retains 10-15% silver plating with the balance a light mustard patina. Grips are exceptional and retain 92-94% strong bright original varnish. Bore is strong with some shine and heavy pitting. 4-48897 JR685 (2,000-3,000)

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434

U.S. COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 68183. .36 cal. 7-1/2″ barrel. The sights, wedge and screw have been replaced. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned, but are still sharp and have scattered spots of light surface rust. The cylinder scene is sharp, but the pins are battered. The grips are worn smooth at the high spots and have minor chips at the base. Mechanically good. 4-48718 (2,000-2,500)

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435

LOT OF COLT 1851 NAVY, BUCKLE AND PHOTO. Cal. 36 perc. Usual Navy configuration with 7-1/2” oct. bbl. Brass grip frame and triggerguard with one-piece walnut grips. It is accompanied by an iron wreath and tongue Civil War era buckle with fouled anchor on the tongue. Also accompanied by a small photograph 3-1/2” by 2-1/4” of a young Naval Ensign or Lt. J. G. in uniform with shoulder boards, wearing gloves and holding his hat under his arm. There is a “2” beneath the serial number on the frame and above the serial number on the barrel lug. SN 126002. CONDITION: About good, retains an overall dark brown patina with heavy rust. The front sight is a replacement. No cylinder scene remains and the serial number on the cylinder is only partially visible. All matching except the wedge which has been recently renumbered. Several screws are replacements. The bore, with good rifling, is dark and pitted. The belt buckle is a dark metal color, appears authentic and period to the mid 1800’s. The photograph is fine. 4-48913 JR733 (2,000-2,500)

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436

COLT M1860 ARMY. SN 37922, matching except wedge. Cal. .44. 8” rnd bbl. CONDITION: Pitted overall with file marks on bbl and cylinder. Grips are worn flat at the high spots and have numerous file marks, initials and scrapes. Action is functional. 4-48539 FS3 (400-600)

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437

ENGRAVED COLT 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. Call 44 Perc. Original Colt engraved with profuse, gold wire and animal inlays. Bbl has extensive leaf and vine and gold wire inlays, in addition to a standing doe deer and Indian brave on each side of the bbl lug. The loading lever is also engraved with gold wire border and crosshatching at the end. Frame and recoil shields are deep engraved with a walking gold horse on the left side and a horse and rider on the right side all surrounded by foliate arabesque patterns with fine stippled background. Right side of the frame also has the gold initials “R.Q.S.” believed to be the initials of Robert Q. Sutherland, the co-author of The Book of Colt Firearms by Sutherland and Wilson. The recoil shields are deep relief engraved with foliate and vine patterns and have gold wire borders. Cylinder scene and all its markings have been re-engraved with silver Fleur-de-Lis between the cylinder stop notches and extensive gold wire borders. Hammer is completely stipple on both side and engraved on the top with gold wire borders. The brass trigger guard and backstrap are deep relief engraved with arabesque patterns. Bbl is engraved in tiny letters “ENGRAVING BY E.C. PRUDHOMME”. SN 8929. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching except the wedge which is unnumbered. it retains virtually all its fine custom finish. Grips are original and show much wear and use. Good mechanics. 4-48477 JR358 (Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Est.) (10,000-15,000)

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438

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER. SN 88753. Cal. .44. 8” oct. bbl. Pinch sight. “N. J.” stamp on left side of bbl. Inspector initials on major parts but no cartouche is visible on the grips. The initials “M J” and “J T” have been scratched on the bottom grip strap. CONDITION: 20% blue overall with light pitting and abrasions overall. Grips are chipped and battered at the base but still solid. Mechanically fine. FS24 4-47799 (800-1,500)

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439

WHITNEY NAVY REVOLVER. SN 18466. Cal. 36. 7-3/4” oct bbl. Standard 2-line marking on top of bbl. The main spring has been replaced incorrectly. Top strap of the frame is broken. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with vise marks and pitting. The muzzle has been battered and filed. Grips are battered at the base with a large chip missing at the toe of the left one. A groove has been filed around the rear of the bbl. X5 4-48591 (Lowry Estate) (250-500)

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440

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER. SN 28270. Cal. 44. 8” oct. bbl. Standard 3-line marking on top of the bbl. CONDITION: The front of the frame is badly battered, evidently the result of replacing the cylinder pin. Cylinder is a replacement from a replica and has Italian proof marks. The front of the rammer and some of the screws are also replacements. The right grip has been poorly repaired. FS23 4-47802 (250-500)

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441

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER. SN 48580. Cal. 44. 8” oct. bbl. Standard markings. Pinch-type front side. The left grip has a “G P” cartouche but is probably a replacement as it does not fit well. CONDITION: All metal acid-cleaned with vise marks, pitting and dents remaining. Mechanically crisp. X4 4-47798 (300-600)

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442

IDENTIFIED WHITNEY POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 31 perc. Fifth type revolver with 5” oct. bbl. with loading rammer and etched cylinder with two piece walnut grips. This revolver was reportedly the property of William Henry Beck who served from 16th April 1861 through 28th February 1863 with various Illinois units in the Civil War and was a 1 Lt. when he resigned. He re-enlisted as a 2 Lt. In the 10th cavalry in 1867 (the famous buffalo soldiers for 20 years) and eventually retired as Brigadier General April 8th, 1905. This revolver is accompanied by a file containing his military service record and numerous other papers, as well as a reproduction of a photograph of him as a captain in the 10th cavalry. It is also accompanied by a letter dated June 26, 1959 from Genevieve Middleton of Culver, IN., to Dr. Robert O. Koehler of St. Petersburg, FL., describing this revolver and a Colt Dragoon and stating that both have “Original Loads”. This revolver is still loaded in all five chambers. There is an accompanying note that appears to be in the same hand that states “The Eli Whitney was / Property of W. H. Beck / Grandfather of Genevieve Beck/Middleton”. This is an extremely fine grouping of historical data relating to Gen. Beck, detailing his entire military career from 1861 through 1905, plus correspondence from his widow seeking a widow’s pension. SN 10296. CONDITION: Good to very good. The barrel retains about 50% bright original blue alternating with brown patina and light surface rust. The frame, cylinder and grip frame, retain a silver/brown patina with some light surface rust. The cylinder retains 30-40% original scene. Grips are outstanding and retain 95-97% strong bright original varnish with light use and handling marks with edge wear. The trigger guard retains about 80% original silver plating. The cylinder, as previously noted, is still loaded. The loading rammer screw is battered and the lock screw is broken. Of necessity, the mechanics and bore were not examined. 4-48924 JR719 (2,500-3,500)

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443

REMINGTON NEW MODEL POLICE CONVERSION REVOLVER. Cal. 38RF. Nickel finish, 3-1/2” oct bbl, usual markings with 2-pc walnut grips. This revolver, along with another similar item in this auction, according to the consignor, was owned by his grandfather when he was employed by the Grand Trunk Railway Security Circa 1882. SN 2169. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 65-70% nickel finish overall, thin on the frame, brown on the grip frame. Grips are sound and retain about 95% original varnish. Bore is bright and shiny. 4-47877 JR514 (700-1,200)

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445

HISTORIC REMINGTON POLICE REVOLVER. SN 868. Cal. .36. 4-1/2” oct. bbl. Comes with a letter from Stuart Weitzel to his son, giving him his great grandfather’s “Pistol from the Civil War”. It is identified by serial number. Accompanying documents identifies Weitzel’s career from his appointment to West Point through the Civil War where he served in several campaigns including New Orleans, Texas and Richmond. The great grandfather, Godfrey Weitzel, rose to Major General and acted as Commandant of Engineers over the city of Richmond at the end of the war. Contrary to the popular phrase, “Godfrey Weitzel was the General who took Richmond, VA, not Grant. He met the next day with President Lincoln, and when he asked what should be done with the residents of Richmond, Lincoln said “If I were in your position, General, I think I would let them up easy”. There is considerable mention of Weitzel’s service to the Lee family after the war. CONDITION: Blue-gray patina with signs of filing and cleaning. Some moderate pitting remains on the frame and cylinder with vise marks on the bbl and lever. The lever retaining stud is a replacement. Comes with a modified WWI holster. 4-48353 (5,000-10,000)

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446

COLT ARMY CONVERSION REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER. SN 5639, matching except wedge which has no number. Cal. 44. 8” round bbl. Late-type made with two-line patent marking on left side of frame. CONDITION: Very good to fine. 60% thinning blue on backstrap, 20% on trigger guard, 30% mixed with light pitting and surface rust on the bbl. Cylinder scene is fine but only traces of finish remain. The case hardening on the frame has mostly faded to a mottled patina with color only in protected places. Grips retain about 75% of the varnish, flaked at the bottom and right side. The holster has been reworked, removing the belt loop, part of the flap and top lip and replacing the strap. New belt loops have been cut where the original was placed. The seam has been re-sewn. 4-48423 (8,500-9,500)

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447

COLT RICHARDS CONVERSION. SN 199249 except ejector & wedge. Cylinder is hand stamped “249” on the rear, ejector number 4895 and the wedge is not numbered. Front sight is replaced. Cal. .44. 7-1/8” bbl. All cylinder notches are cut through into the chambers. CONDITION: Retains strong traces of an old refinish, believed to be factory, on the frame and blue elsewhere with scratches, marks and light pitting on the bbl and 7 notches on the grips. Action is fine. 4-48768 (1,000-1,500)

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448

COLT POCKET NAVY CONVERSION REVOLVER. SN 1226, all matching except for wedge, which has no number. Cal. .38 RF, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. Loading gate in right side of recoil shield. CONDITION: Blue on the recessed portion of the cylinder. Slightly fading case hardening on the hammer and very light case hardening colors on the left side of the frame. Grips have wear along the bottom edge but retain about 90% of the varnish. Wedge screw is a replacement. Pocket Navy conversion not used – not holding on full cock. 4-46341 FS120 (1,000-2,000)

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449

COLT ROOT MODEL 5A PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 31 Perc. Blue finish, 4-1/2” round bbl, New York address, 1-pc walnut grips. SN 6297. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl is mostly a brown patina with traces of blue around the front sight and under the rammer lever. Frame retains 50-60% glossy bright blue, mostly flaked to patina on the right side, strong on the left side. Cylinder retains 75% original blue with flaking. Backstrap is mostly flaked to silver gray. Grips are extremely fine retaining virtually all their original bright varnish with minor handling and use marks. Bore is bright and shiny with scattered light pitting. Good mechanics. 4-48765 JR531 (1,250-1,750)

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450

PISTOL, COMMISSION CASE AND BILLFOLD IDENTIFIED TO BVT. BRIGADIER GENERAL NATHANIEL MICHLER, US”. Colt pocket M1849 five-shot revolver, 5” bbl. SN 45618. Matching SN are found on bbl, loading arm, wedge, arbor, cylinder, frame, trigger guard and backstrap. Traces of finish are visible in protected areas. Stagecoach scene on cylinder is about 100% present. Stocks exhibit 95% original varnish. Minor dings, dents and scratches are present on bbl housing and stocks. Silver on backstrap and trigger guard 90%+. Accompanying gun is commission case which is correctly painted, BVT. BRIGADIER GENERAL NATHANIEL MICHLER, UNITED STATES” in gold lettering over Japanning on case. Japanning about 30% present, gold lettering about 50% present. Small 19th Century billfold, red Moroccan lettering. Painted inside is “NATHANIEL MICHLER”. Michler was a significant figure before, during and after the civil War. He was an Army officer and geography, the son of Peter S. and Elizabeth (Hart) Michler. One of his earlier assignments was the reconnaissance of the country between Corpus Christi and Uvalde, Texas. After various promotions, in 1860 he served as Chief Topic graphical Engineer in surveys for the canal from the Gulf Darrien to the pacific ocean. During the war, one of his assignments was with the Army of the Potomac and charged of re-surveying Harper’s Ferry, where he and his men detailed reconnaissances and built defensive works for the battles of the Wilderness, Spotsavania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg. In April of 1865 he was breveted Colonel for his service during siege of Petersburg, VA, and later Brig. General. After the war in 1866, he was chosen to select a site for the Presidential mansion and he later helped prepare plans for the new War Department building. 4-48864 JS16 (2,000-2,500)

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451

COLT M1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 214272, matching including wedge. Some screws are replaced. Cal. .31. 4” oct bbl. CONDITION: Bbl marking is about half missing, but retains most of the blue in the area where the marking is missing, indicating that it has been re-blued. 50% casehardening on the sides of the frame and loading lever. Cylinder is bare but has a good scene. Grips are worn at the base but retains much of the varnish elsewhere. The backstrap and trigger guards retain traces of heavily tarnished silver. Action is fine. 4-47783 FS13 (500-800)

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452

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 140408, all matching including wedge. Cal. .31. 4” oct. bbl. Hammer screw is a replacement. CONDITION: Gray patina mixed with dents, light pitting and signs of filing. Grips are heavily worn around the base but retain about half of the varnish. The backstrap has been filed and toned. X11 4-47801 (300-500)

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453

COLT M1849 POCKET MODEL. Cal. 31 perc. All blue finish, 4” bbl. with two line New York address and 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by a brown leather flap holster with tab and stud closure and a belt loop on the back. Could be a period holster. SN 123634. CONDITION: Fine as refinished. All matching. Very fine grips retain about 80% original varnish. The revolver has been refinished with a poor blue. Good mechanics. Strong bright bore. Good holster. 4-48918 JR689 (300-600)

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454

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 308405, all matching except lever which has no number. Cal. .31. 4” oct. bbl. CONDTITION: Completely refinished. Retains most of the refinish including the heat colors on frame, hammer and lever. Some scattered pitting remains under the polish. X10 4-47782 (300-500)

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455

COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER. SN 18571, matching except cylinder which is 2252. Cal. .36. 5-1/2” bbl. Some screws are replaced. CONDITION: 50% bright casehardening colors on flat sides of the frame, 80% silver on backstrap and trigger guard, 40% casehardening on the loading lever, traces of blue on the bbl and cylinder. Grips show dents and scratches with wear along the bottom and 70% varnish. Action is tight. FS33 4-47805 (500-800)

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INSCRIBED COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER. SN 7995 on frame, bbl, wedge and arbor, 7985 on backstrap and trigger guard. Cal. .36, 6-1/2″ round bbl. Back of the cylinder is battered and no number is visible. Inscribed “Capt James Brown. 33rd Reg. Mass. I Vols”. Backstrap is battered at the bottom and the last is not clear. One chamber of the cylinder is split and has been welded. Documents accompanying give some history of the 33rd Massachusetts Infantry and show that Brown was appointed Captain in July of ’62 and Major in November of ’62. He resigned 11 May 1863. Brown was something of a hero, having captured a Confederate flag in Virginia in 1862. CONDITION: Brown patina overall with hints of color on the frame. Backstrap and trigger guard, have about 80% silver, worn and battered in the area of the inscription. Cylinder has been polished and aged in the area of the weld. 4-46228 (5,000-6,000)

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457

COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 36perc. Usual configuration with 4 1/2” round bbl., 5 shot fluted cylinder with British proofs in the flutes. There are no proofs visible on bbl or frame. Frame is case colored with brass trigger guard and grip frame, one piece walnut grips. SN 33902, all matching except cylinder which is numbered to a different revolver. CONDITION: Bbl. Retains 50-60% original blue. Cylinder has traces of blue in sheltered areas. Frame retains 60-70% case colors, stronger on left side with some light pitting on right side. Trigger guard and grip frame are a medium mustard patina. Grips retain about 85% original varnish with some battering on bottom. Bore is strong with moderate to heavy pitting. Hand spring is broken, otherwise mechanics are fine. 4-48968 JR761 (800-1,200)

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458

STEVENS PATENT PERCUSSION REVOLVER. SN 97. Cal. 28. 2-7/8” round bbl. Marked “MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS” on the top strap. “PATENT / JAN. 2. 1855” on the backstrap, “MAYNARD’S PATENT / SEP. 22. 1845” on the primer cover. Frame is lightly engraved with large scrolls. Cylinder is etched with similar pattern. CONDITION: Fine with 80% thinning blue on the bbl and latch, 60% on the cylinder and traces on the frame. The pearl grips are lightly stained from rust inside. The left one has two drill holes and a light crack at the heel. Cylinder lock is not working. FS18 4-48399 (600-1,000)

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459

LOT OF SKIN CARTRIDGES AND MISCELLANEOUS AMMUNITION. Two boxes of 6 cartridges “For either Colt’s or Whitney’s Revolving Belt Pistols” Cal. 36. Maker is not listed. One open & full and one full and sealed. The sealed packet is very fine, the open packet is soiled on the top, otherwise fine. Two empty packets of Colt’s cartridges for pocket pistols, Cal. 31 by Colt’s Cartridge Works. Both labels are sharp and crisp, retaining most of their wax coating. 3-tins of UMC Percussion caps marked for Colt’s Patent Belt and Pocket Pistols, one is very early. CONDITION: Slightly soiled but fine. 1-25 round box American cartridge 32RF long shot containing 23 rounds. Label is soiled and stained with open seam, swollen paper sabots. 4-48917 JR690 (400-700)

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460

CASED PAIR OF COLT PERCUSSION REVOLVERS. SN 42624. .35 cal. 7-1/2″ barrel. 1) Gustave Young engraving, including the wolf’s head on the hammer and barrel lug and scroll engraving on other parts, some mixed with flowers. “COLT’S / PATENT” on the left side of the frame is also engraved. CONDITION: Blue/gray patina overall with light to moderate pitting on barrel and cylinder. 50% silver on backstrap and trigger guard. The ivory grips have numerous natural age marks, but are still solid. The action is fine. 2) ROOT SIDE HAMMER. SN 9767. .31 cal. 3-1/2″ round barrel. Is not engraved, but does have the ivory grips. CONDITION: 50% blue on the frame, 40% on the cylinder, traces on the barrel which has a spot of light pitting near the muzzle. The casehardening colors on the hammer are bright, with a small patch of surface rust on the back. The green velvet lined case also contains a small COLT PATENT eagle flask and an unmarked larger flask, two bullet molds, a cap tin, nipple wrench and key. The case has numerous dents and scratches, but is solid on the outside. Some partitions are loose, and three have been re-glued. The eagle flask is fine, the other is dented and has a replaced spout. The navy mold has “S” inspector marks on both handles and is very good. The “31 PKT” mold has a rust/brown patina. The lock on the case works. 4-48716 (9,500-11,500)

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461

CASED COLT BABY DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 31perc. Fine cased revolver 6” oct. bbl case colored frame, silver plated trigger guard and grip frame with 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by an original case with dark green velvet lining containing a brass “COLT’S PATENT” brass bullet mold without sprue cutter, single sided E Pluribus Unum eagle pistol flask, packet of skin cartridges, nipple wrench and metal oil bottle. SN 10872. Fine, all matching incl. wedge. CONDITION: Retains 40%-50% of a very old reblue on the bbl with scattered very fine pitting. Cylinder has fine pitting around front edge with good scene in middle and more fine pitting and light dings on the rear. Frame retains traces of original case colors and grip frame retains 60%-65% original silver plating. Grips are sound, with chips at toe and retain 60%-70% original varnish. Strong bore with moderate pitting, good mechanics. Case is fine with re-glued partitions. It has two small cracks in the lid, three small cracks in the bottom. Mold is fine, flask has several small dents and repaired seam. Cartridge packet has been opened and retaped. Oil bottle and wrench are fine. 4-46305 JR747 (2,500-4,500)

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462

CASED COLT 1849 POCKET MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 31 Perc. Five shot with 5” oct bbl, New York address, case colored frame, silver plated trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. Cased in an English oak box with George Gibbs label in the lid, green felt lined with compartments for the revolver, single side Colts’ patent eagle flask, a brass 2-cavity Colts’ patent mold without sprue cutter and a late box of caps. SN 188161. CONDITION: Very fine. All matching except the wedge and rammer lever which are unnumbered. Bbl retains 85% original blue, spotted with light surface rust. Rammer lever retains dark colors. Cylinder retains 65-75% thin plum blue with about 85% strong cylinder scene visible. There are a couple of flat spots on the cylinder. Frame retains about 65% good case colors, stronger in the sheltered areas. Grip frame retains 95-96% original silver and the grips about 95% original varnish. Bore is strong with very fine pitting. Case is fine and retains most of an old refinish. The label in the lid is yellowed but legible missing a 1/2 x 1/2 piece at the bottom edge. Mold and flask are also fine. 4-48861 JR585 (2,250-3,250)

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463

CASED COLT M1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 292777. Cal. 31, 5 oct bbl. Matching except lever, which has no number. In a standard Colt case containing an iron bullet mold, an eagle flask and an incorrect screwdriver/nipple wrench. CONDITION: 50% blue on the bbl. with numerous tiny dents and some vice marks around the wedge and top of bbl. 30% fading casehardening colors is protected spots on the side of the frame and traces of silver on the backstrap and trigger guard. Grips and action are fine. The case is very dirty with cracks on the bottom and repairs to the lid. The interior is very dirty with some wear, tears and oil stains. The bullet mold is moderately rusted and pitted. The screwdriver/nipple wrench is broken. The flask has a dark patina with some rust stains but still has blue on the spring. The lid of the cap tin is missing. 4-47808 FS11 (1,000-2,000)

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CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 33970, all matching including wedge. Cal. .31. 5” oct bbl, in a standard Colt case with accessories. CONDITION: 70% thinning blue on bbl, mixed with light surface rust and pitting. Cylinder has been acid cleaned but retains about half of the scene. Casehardening colors are faintly visible on the loading lever. Frame and hammer have turned mostly gray with scattered light pitting. Traces of silver on the backstrap and trigger guard, stronger on the latter. The grip is oil stained at the frame but retains most of its varnish, slightly worn at the high places and with minor dents and scratches. The case is battered with splits top and bottom. Missing the side pieces of the lid. Right side of the bottom and some of the partitions are loose. The oversized flask is incorrect and has broken two of the partitions. Both the screwdrivers are broken. Three partial cap boxes are good. The brass bullet mold was made without a sprue cutter and appears to be unused. 4-47886 FS15 (700-1,100)

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465

CASED LEFAUCHEUX REVOLVER. Nickeled 6-shot revolver with 3-7/8” bbl and approx. 9mm cal. Top strap of the revolver is engraved “Lefaucheux a Paris, 37. rue Vivienne”. The nickeling is bright and uniform throughout the piece. Evidence of cast marks or surface blemishes are evident on the side of the frame. Bore is very good. CONDITION: The ivory grips are lightly turned tan color and no cracks are evident. The screw slots are clean and not turned at all. Double-action, mech. Excellent with lanyard loop at butt of pistol grip. Accompanying the piece is walnut case with velvet lining, marked Lefaucheux on the inner lid, with various cleaning accessories and tools. The top of the case has a gold shield with an inscribed “RA” monogram. The case shows some repairs. 4-48710 (3,500-4,500)

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466

CASED WEBLEY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 48. 5-3/4” oct bbl, marked “WEBLEY’S / PATENT” on the left side of the frame and “BY HER MAJESTY’S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT” on the backstrap. In a typical English mahogany case with Adams bullet mold, a Dixon powder flask, cleaning rod, oil bottle, cap box and tin bullet box. The screwdriver is not correct. There are four extra nipples in one of the compartments. The lock and escutcheon are missing. SN 348. CONDITION: 50% thinning blue overall, mostly worn off the trigger guard. The cylinder still shows the case hardening pattern but little color remains. The case has several splits across the bottom. The interior is fairly clean with some chipping and foxing to the label. The accessories are good. Mechanically needs work. 4-48434 (3,250-3,750)

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CASED TRANTER DOUBLE-ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. SN 17368. Cal. 32. 3-5/8 oct bbl. Lightly engraved with scrolls and a standard English mahogany case with bullet mold, screwdriver, nipple wrench, Dixon flask, a tin of Tranter’s lubricating composition and a tin for Tranter’s lubricating bullets. The gun purportedly belonged to Colonel John Hare Powel during the Civil War, but no markings on the gun or case verify this. CONDITION: Fine overall with 80% blue on the frame and bbl, 50% on the trigger guard. They cylinder has been lightly cleaned. Grips are sharp. The case has small dents and scratches on the top and two 6” cracks on the bottom. The interior is generally good. The labels on three of the tins are fine, the fourth is about half missing. The spring on the powder flask is broken. 4-47876 FS12 (2,000-3,000)

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STARR DOUBLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 20140. Cal. .44. 6” round bbl. CONDITION: Blown up and welded, not working. FS49 4-47800 (200-300)

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469

UNIDENTIFIED BRITISH PERCUSSION REVOLVER. SN 470. Cal. .45. 6” oct. bbl. Top of the frame is marked “IMPROVED PATENT DOUBLE ACTION” with the first line unreadable. The rammer assembly is an incorrect replacement. CONDITION: Moderate to heavy pitting on bbl. and cylinder, traces of blue on frame. The trigger guard is deeply pitted. The grip checkering is fine. Mechanically needs work. 4-48500 FS8 (150-300)

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470

MAJOR GENERAL FROCK COAT. Regulation Civil War Major General’s frock coat. Buttons arranged in groups of three, velvet collar, velvet cuffs, shoulder straps with black backgrounds with two embroidered stars on each. Lining is near black, polished and quilted, sleeve lining are white. Pockets inside tails are lined in brown material. Original buttons are” D EVANS & CO. ATTLEBORO, MASS”. Four buttons are replaced; two on face, two on tails with buttons back marked “THOMAS DALE & CO. NEW YORK”. CONDITION: Overall very good. Some mothing to collar, one 1/2” by 1” piece of velvet collar facing is missing. 4-48891 JS46 (7,000-7,500)

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471

FRAMED CLIPPED SIGNATURE C.S. GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE WITH LOCKET CONTAINING A FRAGMENT OF LEE’S PERSONAL FLAG. A beautifully framed clipped signature “R.E. Lee” framed with a period engraving of Lee, a small reproduction confederate flag and gold locket containing a fragment of lee’s personal flag. Handsomely presented in a wood and gesso frame with red and gray cloth matting. Accompanying the item is a visiting card printed “At Home”, and inscribed “General Lee’s flag given to me by col. Allen of Virginia, VA” from which both the signature and the locket were taken. The signature is undoubtedly authentic, the locket containing the cloth fragment is unique to my knowledge. SIZE: 20” wide x 18” high overall. CONDITION: Very good. The signature is large but slightly faded. The locket is very good. One small brass plaque has fallen away from its mounting. 4-43368 CW52 (3,000-4,500)

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472

GROUP OF FIFTY GEM TINTYPES IN THEIR PATENTED FRAMES. 50 gem tintypes (postage stamp size), probably of one regiment or company because uniforms are very similar. Only discernible insignia is “11” on one kepi, enlisted eagle buttons are discernible on most photographs. Coats appear to be Veteran Reserve Corp. One photographed is purported to be Henry Shaffner who is of Illinois 123rd Regiment who was purported to have owned this box of pictures. Some photos have minor damage, most are pretty sharp and clear. Images are housed in a partial box marked “FEROTYPE PRESERVERS. HOLMES BOOTH & HAYDENS. 49 CHAMBERS ST. NEW YORK MANUFACTORY AT WATERBURY, CONN. 1 GROSS NO. 1”. 4-48862 JS17 (500-1,000)

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473

CIVIL WAR RECRUITING BROADSIDE. Issued by the recruiting service of PA, at Harrisburg, PA July 12, 1862. Measures 7 3/4” h x 4 3/4” w and has name “RICHARD I DODGE/CAPT. 8TH INFANTRY, SUP’T RECRUITING SERVICE PA.”. CONDITION: Fine, couple of small folds, completely intact. Slightly yellowed and completely legible. 4-48948 JR752 (75-150)

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474

VERY RARE EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE BOX. This 5-1/2” x 7-1/2” leather box was made at Watervliet Arsenal and is marked with a large letter “B” on the front flap. It consists of two layers of 25 Cal. 58 cartridges arranged in rows of 8/9/8. The top section is folded over the bottom retained by a strap using the same locking nut as the top flap. It is identified in the accompanying papers covering the equipment boards of 1873, 1874 & 1876 as being “Colonel Robert’s alteration of a muzzle-loading cartridge box, caliber, .58.”. It was exhibited along with other military equipment at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876. CONDITION: Generally fine with some cracking on the flap and much cracking and loss of finish on the tie-down straps. FS61 4-48704 (2,000-3,000)

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475

LOT OF TWO LEATHER CARTRIDGE BOXES. Heavy leather boxes, 6 1/8” long x 3 1/4” high x 1 3/4” deep with 7 1/4” shield shaped outer flap with belt loops on back. The flaps are embossed “US” with no other markings visible. They are both stamped on the back “NO 2”. They both have had sewn in partitions removed and a wooden block inserted which has recesses for six 12ga shot shells. One box has six empty brass shot shells. CONDITION: Both are fine with crackle surface, leather that has been treated and is soft and supple. Wooden block inserts do not appear to be contemporary age with the boxes. 4-48979 JR753 (200-400)

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476

MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF CIVIL WAR ITEMS. Consists of a volume of the Revised US Army Regulations dated 1863(possibly C.W. period) inscription inside cover – Light wear, very good. Pair of French Civil War period binoculars with brass body and black enamel – Mostly cleaned bright, good optics. Lot also contains 16 period playing card size lithos of Civil War Generals. Some of the more famous being Burnside, Rosecrans, McClellan, Freemont and Commodore Dupont. Others are perhaps less well known. All the cards are mounted on backing paper and most are slightly yellowed. Otherwise, generally in good shape. 4-47788 JR524 (300-500)

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477

UNMARKED EARLY FLAP HOLSTER. Medium weight black leather construction about 12” long with large round flap, sewn rear edge, with open toe. The closure tab is missing and replaced with a brass rivet and the flap has a second hole, apparently when the original one broke through. CONDITION: Flexed and crackled surface with wear on the flap hinge and part of the belt loop missing. The belt loop has been restitched. 4-48965 JR737 (150-250)

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478

PAINTED CIVIL WAR CANTEEN. Period Union metal canteen with antique painted scene depicting campsite, soldier and flag with the inscription “WM Wedgwood, 40th & 133rd N.Y.V” painted in a banner across the bottom. According to military records W. Wedgwood (William Wedgwood) was 36 years old (in 1861) he was born in Staffordshire, England and was listed as an artist and in some cases decorator. Research indicates that William Wedgwood was the son of Aaron and Thurza Wedgwood, and a nephew of Josiah Wedgwood, the renowned originator of the famed Wedgwood pottery and porcelain factory in the 18th cent., which exists to this day. The back of the canteen, the holding straps and spout are painted in gold. CONDITION: Several dents front and back with 20% loss to the paint. The scene and names are still intact. FS31 4-48438 (900-1,200)

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479

CANVAS COVERED METAL CANTEEN. 8” diameter. Covered except for spout. Very light weight carrying strap. Missing the stopper. CONDITION: Canvas is dirty and frayed. Strap is frayed on the edges. The adjusting piece is very rusty. 4-48851 FS202 (100-200)

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480

EARLY SMALL METAL CANTEEN. Oval ball shaped container about 4-1/4” diameter, 3-1/8” thick, by 6” high, including the wooden plug. The edge is one piece iron with soldered in sides, having tab sheet metal joints. It has a concave bottom. The neck is applied with four rivets and has a large brass band at the top. CONDITION: Overall dark brown patina with some moderate rust. The plug is recent made. 4-48946 JR736 (50-100)

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480B.

A FINE MILITIA OFFICERS CARTRIDGE POUCH AND SHOULDER STRAP. The leather box with brass trim only has room for one row of cartridges. -3/16″ wide leather shoulder strap has silver wire braid with three blue wire stripes running the whole length. Decorated with gold plated brass eagle on the lid of the box, a shield with eagle chained to a lion’s nose, a buckle and a clasp as well as four buttons. CONDITION: Fine with light cracking on the leather of the box and some flaking along the hinge. Leather on the belt is dry but still supple. Silver and blue wire braid is fine with wear only on the back at one button. 4-46009 (400-800)

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480C.

ALTERED MAYNARD PRIMED MUSKET. CAL: .69. 32-3/16” bbl. Maynard lock carries a standard 4-line Remington mark at the tail. Bbl is marked with small “V” and “P” marks about 2” in front of the breech. Breech is stamped “U.S.N.” over the pitting. Tang has been filed and re-dated 1856. Tang screw and bbl bands each carry on number 1 with a number on the rear band being over the number 24. There is a screw plug on top of the bbl.8” in front of the breech. The number 1 also appears on the triggerguard, buttplate and sideplate. There are numerous “inspector” marks on the left side of the wood including a small “USN”. NSN CONDITION: Metal is a gray patina with light to moderate pitting and signs of filing especially at the breech. Front sight bead and ramrod have been altered. Stock has been lightly sanded and refinished. Lock is good. Bore is poor. 4-44770 (200-400)

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481

HIGH GRADE INDIAN WAR PERIOD GENERAL OFFICER’S WAIST BELT AND PLATE. Dating to the period 1875 to 1890, this fine quality high grade officer’s dress waist belt is constructed of red Russian leather with three stripes of embroidered, gold bullion thread. Finely sewn, this belt was worn on dress occasions and has no sword or shoulder attachments. Attached is a jeweler’s quality U.S. Model 1851 officer’s belt plate. The back plate is of cast brass with gold wash having a finely stippled background. On top is a separately applied sterling silver eagle, wreath and stars according to regulation. CONDITION: Very good, belt shows only minor edge wear, leather is strong and flexible. The belt plate shows an uncleaned patina and is quite nice. 4-48717 (1,000-1,500)

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482

EARLY TIN CANTEEN. Small size canteen 5 5/8” dia. x 2 1/8” thick with 1 1/2” spout made of soldered tin with decorated sides and three carrying loops, with a fourth missing. CONDITION: Good to very good, retains 40-50% original finish with scattered light rust and several spots of heavier rust and a couple of dents on each side and one on edge. An unusual canteen. 4-48973 JR762 (150-250)

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483

CIVIL WAR ERA FIELD’S SURGEONS KIT. This small kit in a brass bound rosewood case is a composite of various tools, some obviously indiginous to the case and some later replacements. Includes two saw blades and two amputation knives, each marked “Rose & Sellers”. Also included are four ivory handled tools including one marked “London”, one marked “Spangenders”, also included is a tourniquit, a rosewood handle and etc. SIZE: Approx. 12” long, 4-1/2” deep and approx. 3” tall. CONDITION: Case sound with original old finish, the instruments generally in good condition. 4-48657 JR522 (1,500-2,500)

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484

U.S. NAVY MARKED CIVIL WAR ERA BINOCULARS. Pair of brass bodied French binoculars marked on the eye pieces “Royan / Paris” and marked on both tubes “U.S. Navy”. The adjusting wheel is bone. CONDITION: Good, the eye pieces and tubes retain about 80% of their black finish. The body is bare brass and the optic rings retain 30-40% of their original black paint. Optics are fine, the gnarled adjusting ring is cracked. 4-48980 JR739 (200-400)

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485

2 PIECE WOODEN BOX. Marked on the top portion “JS Fowler / CO B 48” / USV”. The styling is more oriental than American with tan rings at the base to hold the straps which run through slots cut in the wood on top, similar to the Japanese Inro. SIZE: 9”w x 6-3/4”h x 3-3/4”d. CONDITION: The carrying strap retainers have all been broken and repaired. The top has been split on both ends. There is much wear to the pieces, but it has a nice overall appearance. 4-48855 FS206 (500-1,000)

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486

MEXICAN WAR/CIVIL WAR MILITARY MESS KIT. Wooden hoop round box 7 3/4” dia x 3 1/4” high with leather carrying strap and leather closure strap. Lid is removable and overall has appearance of a shaker box with pegged round ash body and pine sides. CONDITION: Very fine with some light oil and grease staining. Leather is dry and in need of treatment and a wax stain on lid and a gouge on bottom, otherwise is complete and original. 4-48981 JR751 (300-500)

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487

US MARKED CARTRIDGE BOX. For 38 Colt or 38 S&W cartridges. 3-1/2” long x 1-3/8” wide x 1-1/4” deep. Wooden block with 12 holes, leather wrapped with brass stud and two belt loops. Marked on the back “T.C / Rock Island”. CONDITION: Dry and crackled, mostly intact. 4-48755 JR538 (25-75)

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488

DIARIES OF ISAAC F CLARK 1862-1932. Wonderful archive of 82 individually bound diaries. Diaries average about 6” x 3 1/2”. 70 years of almost daily accounts of a Westbrook, Maine residents life. Accompanied by facsimile antique vintage photos of Mr. Clark and his wife, another photograph taken in the 1940’s shows his grave. Mr. Clark was born 1841, died in 1942 and lived 101 years and 70 years are chronicled here. 1862 mentions “Goes to drills a lot. Goes to caucus for nomination of officers of C.O.E. Maine Militia”. Oct. 18 1862 “23rd Reg left Portland today”. Oct 16 1862 “25th Reg left Portland today.” One book contains a loose 17th Reg M.V.M. pass to and from headquarters. 1865 April 15 mentions assassination of President Lincoln. A great archive for a serious student or genealogist of Maine history. 4-48725 JS45 (3,000-4,000)

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488A.

WILLIAM L. SCOTT 30TH & 38TH NEW JERSEY REGIMENT IDENTIFIED GROUPING. Including his infantry overcoat, Forage cap, Mess gear and canteen, etc. Scott is seen wearing same overcoat in CDV that is framed with a document thanking him for his service from the State of New Jersey. In same CDV he is seen wearing Forage cap, apparently covered by rain cover. This is probably the same kepi. Added later, probably as Veteran are several pieces of insignia painted including patriotic eagle, Company Letter D (painted silver) and infantry horn (painted silver). Company Letter D is superimposed over red felt circle, possibly noting 1st Army Corp. Overcoat is in nice used condition, minor resewing inside collar, minor moth damage scattered over coat. Largest is 1” x 2” moth damage on backside of coat. Coat retains all original buttons. Coat shows honest wear and sweat stains in collar. One indiscernible arsenal stamp in right sleeve. Lining is complete. A fine example of an actual used Civil War infantry coat. Forage cap shows light fading from blue to brown. Kepi retains good blue color where folded over and protected from sunlight. Mess gear includes tin plate, tin cup and patent spoon, knife, fork combination marked “ARMY KNIFE”. Also included in Corporal Scott’s trunk are cap tin, powder can, small cased telescope, whiskey flask with pewter top and his issued canteen with complete leather strap with cloth cover, a netted vest with porcelain button, camp hat and cigar holder. Also included is a small box with one and a half pieces of hard tack. Another box contains a smaller piece of hard tack. Also included is GAR hat device, GAR membership pin and one 1894 reunion of the regiment Volunteers Elizabeth, NJ 1894. Also included soldiers memorial, preprinted color lithograph printed in 1883 by the Pettibone Co. Cincinnati, OH. Personalized to William L. Scott, Company D, New Jersey 30th Regiment of Volunteers and Company B 38th Regiment New Jersey Volunteers, in original frame. Some tearing, cracking, insect damage to borders. Color lithography mostly unaffected, very presentable escutcheon. This grouping other then two framed items are in tattered trunk painted on side “SCOTT”. 4-47872 JS44 (8,000-12,000)

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488B.

SPECTACULAR COLT 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 44 perc. Civilian model, blue and case colored with 8” round barrel and one-piece walnut grips. The frame is case colored and the recoil shields cut for shoulder stock with corresponding cut in the bottom of the butt. It has a German silver front sight with silver plated brass trigger guard and iron backstrap. The cylinder has the usual Naval battle scene. SN 153839. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching. The barrel retains 80-85% bright factory blue with the balance being a light patina and one small spot of light fine rust pitting on each side. The cylinder retains 60-70% thin original finish, stronger in the rebated area with the front half flaking to light patina and it retains about 95% or more strong scene. The frame retains 60-70% thin case colors, bright in the sheltered areas. The hammer retains about 90% fading case colors. The hammer nose has been dressed down. The trigger guard retains 60-70% original silver plating and the backstrap 80-90% original blue, slightly thin and mixed with patina. The grips are superb and retain 96-97% strong original varnish with a cut or small crack on the right side at the frame. Brilliant shiny bore, crisp mechanics. This is virtually an unused Army. 4-49007 JR787 (8,000-15,000)

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489

TWO IMPORTANT AND HISTORIC SWORDS PRESENTED TO MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM SCHOULER, ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. The following two presentation swords, offered separately, represent an important and rare opportunity to own Civil War period general officer’s swords belonging to Major General William Schouler (1814-1872) of Massachusetts. General Schouler was a Scottish born politician, editor and historian who was appointed Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on the eve of the American Civil War. Prior to the war Schouler served in the Massachusetts legislature and was editor of the Lowell Courier and Journal and the Boston Globe. It was he who mustered the initial troops in the Spring of 1861, who were among the first to respond to Lincoln’s call for 75,000 volunteers to preserve the Union. It is reported that he notified President Lincoln of the loss of five sons of a Massachusetts woman to whom Lincoln was purported to have written a masterfully consoling sympathy letter: To: Mrs. Bixby, Boston, Mass. November 21, 1864 Dear Madam, I have been shown in the files of the War Department a statement of the Adjutant General of Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously on the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any word of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming. But I cannot refrain from tendering you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the republic they died to save. I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement, and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be your to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom.Yours very sincerely and respectfully, A. Lincoln General Schouler is said to have delivered this letter from President Lincoln to Mrs. Bixby personally. Curiously, of Mrs. Bixby’s five sons, three turned up later very much alive. Two were actually lost on the field of battle, one was captured at Gettysburg and later exchanged, another joined the Confederate Army and the fifth deserted and went to sea. Following the Civil War, Schouler distinguished himself as an able historian writing the landmark work A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War. (1868). General Schouler died in 1872 and is buried in Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Boston. (0-0)

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490

UNIQUE AND IMPORTANT CASED PRESENTATION SWORD AND ACCOUTERMENTS PRESENTED TO MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM SCHOULER, ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS DURING THE CIVIL WAR BY THE SWORD MAKER C. ROBY. A cased presentation sword of very high quality accompanied by two gilt cloth sword knots and the belt hangers of Major General William Schouler. The sword is a militia officer’s type, very delicate in high style and obviously custom made. The blade is extremely narrow measuring 6/8″ at the ricasso and 30.5″ long. Etched decorations cover 70% of the blade with American shields, and eagle, “US”, military trophies and floral sprays. Within a panel on one side of the blade is the inscription Adj’t Gen., William Schouler. On the opposite side of the blade within a similar panel is the presentation From his friend C. Roby. Both inscriptions are etched in old English script. Schouler and sword contractor C. Roby of West Chelmsford, Massachusetts were obviously friends. Presentations to military officers from sword makers are extremely rare. The cross guard is of silver plated brass with an oval down turned counterguard having an open work wreath surmounted by two five-point stars (Major General). The rear counterguard is a stylized American shield w