Important Firearms Auction
A Success at Over $3 Million!

Auction: March 15-17, 2004

Preview: March 14, 2004

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 301. Side hammer revolver with 4-3/4” oct bbl with German silver front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. The cylinder has a forest scene with deer, dogs, and birds. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains, medium brown patina, good cylinder seam, fine grips, broken nipples. 4-50640 JR250 (300-500)

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LOT OF FOUR ALLEN & WHEELOCK BAR HAMMER POCKET REVOLVERS. Cal 34. 3 are large frame SN 389, 659, & 1011. One has 3” oct bbl, another a 2-7/8” oct bbl and the other 3-7/8” oct bbl. All have bag handles with 2-pc walnut grips. The long bbl one has no finish, light pitting, very good grips, good mechanics. The other two have no finish, fair to good grips, good cylinder scene, good mechanics and one is missing the trigger guard. The 4th piece, SN 271, is a small frame model with 2-1/2” oct bbl, bag handle with 2-pc wood grip. No finish, fair grips, mechanics need attention, good cylinder scene. 4-50632, 4-50936, 4-50638, 4-50642 JR267 (800-1,200)

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LOT OF THREE ALLENS PATENT PERCUSSION BAR HAMMER PEPPERBOXES. 1) Allen & Thurber Cal 32, 6-shot fluted bbl cluster, attached nipple shield, engraved frame, bag handle with 2-pc grips. CONDITION: Dark brown patina, good grips, good mechanics. 2) Allen & Wheelock 32 cal pocket model with 5-shot fluted bbl cluster, fixed nipple shield, engraved frame, and bag handle with 2-pc grips. CONDITION: Good, traces of original finish remain, light pitting, good grips, mechanics need attention. 3) Allen & Thurber Cal 36 belt size with 6-shot bbl cluster with ribs, attached nipple shield, engraved frame, homemade grips. CONDITION: Fair, heavy pitting on the bbls and hammer with dark patina overall, mechanics need attention. 4-50643, 4-50647, 4-50648 JR245 (500-1,000)

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LOT OF TWO PERCUSSION PEPPERBOXES. 1) Cal 32, Allen & Wheelock bar hammer with 3-1/2” 6-shot fluted bbl cluster, attached nipple shield, engraved frame and nipple shield with bag handle and 2-pc grips. CONDITION: fine, no original finish remains, the bbls a dark patina and the frame a silver brown patina, fine grips, good mechanics. 2) Cal 31, Bacon underhammer with 6-shot 3-1/2” bbl cluster with ribs, attached nipple shield, engraved frame and shield with bag handle and 2-pc grips. CONDITION: Poor to fair, wire wheeled bright, heavy pitting, good mechanics. 4-50644, 4-50649 JR246 (500-1,000)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK 1ST TYPE SIDE HAMMER REVOLVER. Cal 22 short. SN 311. Scarce early revolver with 1-3/4” oct bbl, cone shaped German silver front sight, side hammer that strikes off center, groove top frame for sighting and rear entry cylinder pin with 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains. Silver-brown patina with light surface rust, heavy around the forcing cone. Cylinder retains 85-90% original scene. Worn dark grips with a crack on the right side. Worn dark bore. Good mechanics. 4-50615 JR259 (200-400)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDE HAMMER POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal 28. SN 346. Tiny percussion revolver with 2-1/4” oct bbl, German silver front sight, with flared butt, 2-pc walnut grips. The 5-shot cylinder has a rolled scene of deer, dogs, and birds, and the frame has light arabesque pattern engravings. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being a dark brown patina overall. Grips are chipped with dark worn bore. It has 40-50% cylinder scene remaining with traces of frame engraving. Mechanics are fine, poor bore. 4-50631 JR260 (250-500)

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TURNER KIRKLAND SMALL BRASS PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal 10.3mm. SN 118. All brass percussion pistol with integral bbl frame, and grip frame, 5-1/2” overall, center hammer with spur trigger, Belgian made, 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine, good mechanics. 4-50651 JR241 (50-150)

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SMITH & WESSON NO. 1 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER. Cal 22 short. SN 25551. Standard model with 3 patent dates on the cylinder. It has 3-1/4” oct bbl, silver plated brass frame with 2-pc rosewood grips. CONDITION: About good. All matching. Bbl and cylinder have been cleaned bright and smooth. Frame retains about 85% original silver plate. Left grip has a small crack, otherwise they retain 75-80% varnish. Good mechanics and worn dark bore. 4-50602 JR264 (250-400)

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LOT OF TWO ALLEN & WHEELOCK SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. 1) Cal 32RF. SN 45. Rnd bbl model, 5” bbl with sights, extractor and 2-pc walnut grips. Several numbers stamped on the left grip. No finish remains, gray brown patina, moderate rust, poor bore. Heavily polished on the right side. 2) Cal 22. SN 62. 2-3/4” oct bbl with sights, without extractor, 2-pc walnut grips. About good, all matching including grips, good mechanics, bright bore with a spot or two of pitting. 4-50635 4-50636 JR266 (250-500)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK 1ST TYPE SIDE HAMMER REVOLVER. Cal 22 short. SN 703. Scarce early revolver with 2-1/2” oct bbl, cone shaped German silver front sight, side hammer that strikes off center, groove top frame for sighting and rear entry cylinder pin with 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: All matching including the grips. No original finish remains, being a light gray-brown patina overall with scattered light pitting. Cylinder retains about 95% original scene. Grips retain about 85% original varnish. Strong dark bore. Good mechanics. 4-50633 JR258 (400-700)

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LOT OF TWO ALLEN WHEELOCK PERCUSSION PISTOLS. 1) Cal 40. SN 199. Center bar hammer with 5-1/4” oct to rnd bbl, bag handle with 2-pc grips. CONDITION: Fair to good, no original finish remains, brown bbl, cleaned frame and grips, mechanics need attention. 2) Cal 36. SN 243. Dbl bbl single trigger pistol with 5-1/8” integral bbls, bag handle with 2-pc grips. Condition: Good, cleaned bright, heavy pitting on the bbls, lighter on the frame, worn grips, good mechanics. 4-50645, 4-50646 JR247 (300-500)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK PERCUSSION POCKET REVOLVER. Cal 31. SN 620. Usual configuration with 3” oct bbl, brass front sight, 5-shot cylinder with 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Good, all matching including the grips. Retains an even light gray patina. Fine cylinder scene. 4-50639 JR240 (300-500)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER BELT MODEL REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 48. 6-shot revolver with 5” oct bbl, German silver front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains. Mottled gray brown patina with moderate rust pitting on the bbl. Frame is smooth and the grips retain about 75% varnish. Cylinder won’t lock. 4-50630 JR252 (400-700)

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LOT OF TWO ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDE HAMMER RIM FIRE REVOLVERS. Cal 32RF, 1) SN 519. 2nd Model with 4” oct bbl, brass front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. Inscribed on backstrap in script “Pvt. W.F. Hadden 51st Reg. Ind. Vol.”. CONDITION: About good. All matching including the grips. No original finish remains, medium gray artificially aged patina, good grips and mechanics. Worn dark bore. Battered cylinder pin head, no cylinder scene remains, inscription is fine. 2) SN 1451. 2nd model with 4” oct bbl, brass front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains and dark brown patina. All matching including the grips. No cylinder scene remains. Fine grips, 75% varnish, poor bore, and missing the cylinder pin latch. Good mechanics. 4-50624, 4-50626 JR263 (500-800)

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LOT OF TWO ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDE HAMMER RIM FIRE REVOLVERS. Cal 32RF. 1) SN 317, 2nd Model with 3” oct bbl, German silver front sight, 2-pc walnut grips. The cylinder has a rolled scene of rabbits, dogs, house, and a man with horse. CONDITION: Good to very good. All matching. No original finish remains being a silver-gray patina overall. Grips are worn but fine with traces of original finish, 85% original cylinder scene. Strong dark bore. Good mechanics. 2) SN 581, 2nd model with 5” oct bbl, brass front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. This may be a transition piece as it has both 2nd and 3rd model features. It also has the grip screw installed from the right side rather than the left as in all of the other comparable revolvers, including the 3rd model. CONDITION: Very good. All matching including the grips. No original finish remains. Polished bright with some fine surface pitting. Extremely fine grips, strong dark bore and good mechanics. 4-50623, 4-50625 JR262 (400-600)

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ALTERED SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER. Cal 32RF. SN 24848. Standard revolver with bbl cut to 3-1/2” and front sight relocated. Amputation was accomplished during the period of use. It has 2-pc rosewood grips that are numbered to the revolver. CONDITION: As noted. Otherwise good with an even artificially aged patina. Grips are very fine. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-50601 JR270 (200-400)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDE HAMMER RIM FIRE REVOLVER. Cal 32RF. SN 206. Rare brass frame 2nd model with 5” oct bbl, German silver front sight with 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. All matching including grips. No original finish remains with the iron being a medium to dark patina with very fine surface pitting. Brass frame has a hairline in the top strap and retains a mellow old patina. Grips are sound with remains of an old refinish that has been exposed to heat. Strong dark bore. 4-50628 JR261 (300-500)

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18

LOT OF TWO ALLEN & WHEELOCK TOP EXTRACTOR POCKET REVOLVERS. Cal 32 lip fire. SN 252, & 296. One with 3-1/2” oct bbl, other with cut down oct bbl to 4-1/8” and 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Fair to good. No original finish remains. Silver patina on both, one with a major chip from the left grip. Both with strong dark bores. Mechanics are fine. 4-50622, 4-50627 JR257 (300-500)

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LOT OF TWO ALLEN & WHEELOCK SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. Cal 32. SN 311 & 564. Oct bbl models, one with long overlap and the other with short overlap, both with extractors and 2-pc walnut grips. Both have tiny post front sights. 1) 5” bbl, re-nickeled, good grips, dark bore. 2) 4” bbl, missing rear sight, fair grips, worn dark bore, refinished bbl, cleaned frame. 4-50634 4-50637 JR265 (250-500)

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INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1-1/2 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal 32S&W. SN 12073. Nickel finish with 3” key hole bbl and black hard rubber grips, accompanied by a period black leather flap holster. The backstrap is inscribed “Dick Liddell/Las Vegas, NM”. CONDITION: Good. Retains about 75% original nickel with the flaked areas a silver patina and a few spots of surface pitting. Grips are fine with moderate wear. Good mechanics. Strong bright bore. Holster has a flexed and crackled finish but is still supple and retains its original Cheyenne plug, the flap tab is missing. 4-50600 JR269 (400-700)

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LOT OF TWO LEFACHAUX PINFIRE REVOLVERS. 1) Cal 9mm, SN 8299, French made revolver, unmarked with 4-5/8” oct bbl, tall front sight with deep relief gutta percha grips with 2 griffons and flowers on each side. The frame and cylinder are very nicely engraved in foliate patterns with punch-dot backgrounds, nickel plated. CONDITION: Fine. 50-60% nickel, broken main spring, extremely fine grips. 2) Cal 8mm, SN 768, Lefachaux marked with 3-1/2” oct bbl, missing the front sight, having full coverage etch engraving, the top flat has engraved “Lefachaux Brevete”. It has folding trigger and wood grips. CONDITION: Good. Worn dark brown patina. Mechanics are fin. No original finish remains. Grips with 50% original varnish. 4-50934, 4-50935 JR289 (300-600)

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HOPKINS & ALLEN XL NO. 4. SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. Cal. 38 RF. SN 470. Unusual little spur trigger revolver with 2” octagon bbl, half moon German silver front sight, markings on the left side of the bbl and top of the frame. It has 2-pc rosewood birdhead grips and a round frame. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains, being a silver gray patina overall. Mechanics are fine. Grips are fine. Worn dark bore. 4-51424 JR939 (125-225)

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IVORY WAX AND SEAL CANE. Handle is a beautifulcarved ivory top with Japanese “Thousand Faces” design in high relief with an amber disk near the top. Very well executed. Top unscrews revealing a stamp seal and wax. Stepped bamboo shaft. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50892 BG20 (750-1,500)

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VERTEBRATE CANE. Revealing a long shark vertebrate with segmented horn inserts and horn handle. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50882 BG34 (100-200)

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SMOKERS PIPE AND STANHOPE CANE. Wooden pipe unscrews from a brass mounted stanhope attached to a wooden shaft. Possibly from the Exhibition of 1908. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50818 BG39 (200-400)

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TRIPOD CANE. All metal German tripod cane. All original. Collar marked “DRESDEN”. Crook top unscrews, ferrule unscrews making into a tripod probably used by a photographer. Rare. SIZE: 36” length (overall). CONDITION: 4-50896 BG28 (800-1,200)

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DOCTORS CANE. 20th C. made gadget top with 19th C. malacca shaft housing a syringe with needles and pills in the top cap. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50825 BG7 (400-600)

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UMBRELLA CANE. An original umbrella cane with telescoping cardboard shaft revealing a silk umbrella. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. Umbrella has minor fraying. 4-50897 BG27 (500-800)

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SWORD CANE. Large Alpaca crook handle with attached sword. Blade is 25” in length and inserts into a wood shaft. 20th C. made up. SIZE: 34” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50820 BG19 (250-350)

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LOT OF THREE ANTIQUE IVORY-HANDLED CANES. Each old ivory handle with carved design. One shaft with silver presentation or owner’s tag for S. K. Stow, Troy, New York. SIZE: Shafts vary from 32” to 35”. CONDITION: Generally good. 4-51923 (500-750)

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ENGINEERS CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane. Oriental silver top unscrews revealing a cylindrical calculator in the malacca shaft. SIZE: 33-1/2” length. CONDITION: Good with wear and dents to silver top. 4-50828 BG25 (350-650)

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VETERINARIANS CANE. A 20th C. made gadget cane with hallmarked silver top that unscrews from a partridge wood shaft revealing a thermometer. Probably used by a veterinarian. SIZE: 35-1/2” length. CONDITION: Silver top is badly dented. 4-50886 BG41 (350-550-)

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MIDWIFES CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane. Hallmarked silver top with malacca shaft which contains scales for weighing a baby. SIZE: 36”length. CONDITION: Good condition. Minor knicks to the handle. 4-50822 BG5 (400-600)

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BIRD WHISTLE CANE. 20th C. made gadhet cane whistle mounted on an ebony shaft. SIZE: 35-1/2” length. CONDITION: Excellent. 4-50823 BG22 (200-300)

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UMBRELLA CANE. 19th C. with wood knob top and brass shaft which telescopes down revealing an umbrella. Circa 1880. SIZE: 37-1/2” length. CONDITION: Minor dents to shaft, umbrella frayed, otherwise good. 4-50878 BG10 (500-800)

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CHINESE CHOPSTICK CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane. Silver top unscrews from a bamboo shaft revealing four ebony chopsticks. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Shaft has 6” split where chopsticks fit in. 4-50885 BG31 (250-350

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LOT OF 2 BLACK POWDER PISTOLS. 1) Allen and Thurber Bar Hammer Pepperbox. Cal 32. Belt size pepperbox with 3-1/2” 6-shot, fluted bbl cluster, attached nipple shield, engraved receiver with 2-pc bag shaped grips. CONDITION: Worn, silver brown patina, missing 3 screws from nipple shield, refinished grips, mechanics need attention. 2) French Flintlock Pistol. Cal about 62. 9” oct to rnd bbl with rib, 1-pc stock with replacement iron ramrod. Brass furniture with fancy thumb plate with filigree sideplate with a dolphin. Fancy trigger guard with floral finial and a demon face. The wood has raised carved teardrop side plates with raised carving around the trigger guard, nose pipe and bbl channel. There are small raised carvings between the trigger guard and nose pipe. Large brass butt cap. CONDITION: Fair, crusty brown bbl, dark brown patina on the brass, missing sliver from bbl channel and a large sliver around the lockplate. Trigger guard is sprung. Hammer and nipple are missing. 4-50456, 4-50466 JR377 (150-300)

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RELIC MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Cal. 54. Has all the appearances of the Model 1816, no visible markings except a “US” proof at the breech end of the bbl. It has all iron furniture with a brass upward tilting pan, is about 15-1/2” overall length with a brass sight on the front of the split band. CONDITION: Severely pitted from exposure with the wood also eroded. Top jaw appears to be a replacement as are the two lock screws and the ramrod. Stock has a crack behind the sideplate and is missing a large chip of wood by the upper screw. Mechanics seem to function. 4-51041 JR528 (200-400)

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MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1867/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains, moderate pitting overall, dark patina brass. Good mechanics. 4-50910 JR326 (300-500)

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MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1867/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. CONDITION: Very good. Lightly sanded wood and cleaned bbl. Good patina on the brass. Good mechanics. 4-50908 JR323 (500-800)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER NAVY REVOLVER. Cal 36 lip fire. SN 176. Usual configuration with bbl cut to 3-1/4”, homemade front sight with 2-pc walnut grips, probably was initially nickel plated. Accompanied by a late belt and holster rig with cutaway holster and old single layer belt with rectangular iron buckle. CONDITION: Fair, as noted. Retains traces of original nickel on the bbl and frame and about 50% nickel on the cylinder. Grips are sound, battered on the bottom, strong dark bore. Mechanics are fine. Holster was cut away to accommodate this old revolver a long time ago and has a home stitching job by the trigger guard. Loop is broken away from the skirt. Belt has a replaced buckle billet and has had the tongue billet relocated, is dry with a worn surface but is loose and flexible. 4-50652 JR293 (200-400)

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*HOPKINS & ALLEN SAFETY POLICE DA REVOLVER. Cal 38 S&W. SN 9540. Blue finish, 6” keyhole bbl, half moon front sight, case colored trigger and hammer and 2-pc wood grips. Accompanied by a brown leather flap holster. CONDITION: Fair to good. 40-50% original blue remains, 80% case colors on the trigger and hammer. Strong bright bore. Good mechanics. Holster is fine with detached belt loop. 4-50707 JR342 (100-200)

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LOT OF TWO CENTER HAMMER FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOLS. 1) Ryan & Watson. Cal. 45. All brass, 3” tapered round bbl, box lock action with safety and uncheckered flat grip with iron trigger guard. The left side of the receiver is lightly engraved with the maker’s name and the right side is marked “London”. CONDITION: Very good. Moderate to heavy wear with a fine mellow patina on the brass. Stock has a hairline back of the top tang. Mechanics are fine, battered screws. 2) Cal. 36. All steel, with 1-1/2” cannon muzzle screw bbl box lock action with bag shaped grip. The left side marked “Dit Biron” and the right side “Lambert”. There are three proofs on the bottom. CONDITION: Light, cleaned metal color with scattered very fine surface rust. Grip has been crudely repaired and a tang screw is missing. Mechanics are fine. 4-51032, 4-51033 JR525 (500-800)

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STEVENS TYPE 2 DIAMOND SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. Cal. 22. SN 41411. Tiny pistol with 5-7/8” oct to rnd bbl, globe front sight and original sheet metal rear sight. It has nickeled iron frame, spur trigger and 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl, trigger & hammer retain 97-98% strong bright original blue. Receiver retains 98-99% bright original nickel with light handling & use marks. Grips with a few small nicks & scratches retain most of their original varnish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-50497 JR1010 (350-550)

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*HAWES COPY OF STEVENS LORD PISTOL. Cal. 22. SN 30411. Fine reproduction of Stevens Lord Single Shot Target Pistol with 8”oct to rnd bbl, globe front sight and adjustable rear sight. It has nickeled frame and synthetic checkered ivory grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains about 95% strong bright original blue/black and the frame most of its original nickel plating. Fine grips and brilliant shiny bore. 4-51213 JR817 (150-250)

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MERWIN & BRAY (PLANT) FRONT LOADING REVOLVER. Cal 30 cup fire. SN 4615. Small brass frame revolver with 3-1/2” ribbed oct bbl, marked on the top “Merwin & Bray Fire Arms Co. N.Y.”. It has unfluted cylinder with patent dates and the usual ejector on the right side, with 2-pc rosewood grips. It has what appears to be a spurious presentation on the backstrap “WASH BONNER SANSABA TEXAS”. The engraving is either of recent application or possibly applied late in the period of use as some of the lettering passes through some light dents, scratches, and marks on the backstrap. Accompanied by a period dark brown leather flap holster. CONDITION: As noted. Bbl retains 10-15% thin original blue. No finish remains on the cylinder, it being a medium brown patina. Frame retains about 20% oxidized silver plating in the very sheltered areas. Grips are sound with traces of original finish. Strong dark bore. Holster is worn with a repaired belt loop, is missing closure strap. 4-50719 JR288 (300-500)

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FRANK WESSON POCKET RIFLE. Cal. 32 RF. SN 1140. Late pistol with 18-1/4” oct bbl, brass globe front sight and homemade V-notch rear sight. It has a nickel frame with 2-pc rosewood grips and is accompanied by a matching numbered skeleton stock. The backstrap has two holes for a tang sight, the top flat of the bbl has the original holes for the original rear sight. CONDITION: Fair to good. No original finish remains on the bbl with traces of nickel on the frame. Stock retains 65-70% original nickel. Worn grips and fair dark bore. 4-51144 JR980 (200-400)

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*LOT OF 2 TINY REVOLVERS AND PISTOL. 1) Cal 22 short. Kolb Baby Hammerless revolver. 6-shot with 1-3/8” ovoid shaped bbl with black “K” logo hard rubber grips. Nickel finish. – Extremely fine, 90% nickel, sharp grips, good mechanics, worn dark bore. 2) Cal 22 short. Tiny Belgium revolver with 1-3/8” rnd bbl, articulated ejector, folding trigger with loading gate, nickel finish and ivory grips. – Very fine, 90% nickel, worn dark bore, very fine grips, good mechanics. 3) Cal 22 blank. Unmarked tiny single shot pistol that looks like an automatic with blue finish and black composition grips. – Fine, thin finish overall, good grips, action needs adjustment. 9-96064 JR313 (250-450)

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COLT MODEL 1878 DA REVOLVER. Cal 45 Colt. SN 11734. Blued finish with 7-1/2” bbl, attached ejector rod, with black hard rubber grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. CONDITION: Good as refinished, retaining about 90% of its old reblue which removed all the markings from the bbl and frame. Right grip has a large chip from the heel and both show moderate to heavy wear. Strong bright bore with scattered light pitting. Good mechanics. 4-50463 JR381 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. SN V82731. Usual configuration with 5” bbl, integral front sight, re-parkerized finish with smooth walnut grips & a lanyard loop in the butt. Accompanied by an original Canadian issue canvas holster with cartridge loops & cleaning rod pocket. Importers mark on the left side. CONDITION: Fine, with restored, parkerized finish. Good mechanics, slightly dinged grips, bright shiny bore. Holster is as new. 4-51562 JR1009 (200-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON BRITISH LEND-LEASE REVOLVER. Cal 38 S&W. SN 958276. Standard wartime production M&P revolver with 5” bbl, half moon integral front sight and smooth 2-pc walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. It has a Parkerized finish with British proofs on the right side of the frame and import mark of Vega Corp on the left side of the frame. The top strap is marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” and there is a tiny flaming bomb and inspector initials on the butt. CONDITION: Extremely fine, probably refinished. Retains most of its Parkerizing, crisp grips, brilliant shiny bore, and fine mechanics. 4-50465 JR382 (250-500)

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*COLT ARMY SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. Cal 32-20. SN 328231. Usual configuration with 4-1/2” bbl, half moon integral sight, with Colt embossed grips with a “C” around the screw escutcheons. There are 3 notches on the bottom of the left grip. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 75-80% original blue overall, flaked to light patina on the right side, dull on the cylinder. Does not appear to have been fired very much, but handled a lot. Strong bore, dark in the grooves. 4-50450 JR379 (200-400)

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*FRENCH MODEL 1892 MILITARY REVOLVER. Cal. 8 mm. SN G49832. Usual configuration with 4-5/8” rnd to oct bbl, with model number on the top flat and the date “1900” on the right flat. It has French markings on the right side of the frame and 2-pc walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. CONDITION: Very good. Dbl action only. 90% blue, light to moderate pitting, good grips, bright bore, light pitting. 4-51170 JR960 (100-200)

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*SMITH & WESSON TRIPLE LOCK DA REVOLVER. Cal 44 Russian. SN 2022. Blued finish with half moon integral front sight, fixed rear sight, with diamond checkered medallion magnum grips. It has 6-1/2” bbl with half lug and a third fastener in the bbl lug. CONDITION: Good to very good, as refinished with light pitting on left side of the frame. Grips are replacements and retain most of a refinished varnish. Strong bright bore with scattered fine pitting. Good mechanics. 4-50449 JR380 (300-500)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 ARMY & NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Colt. SN 208586. Army model with usual markings on the butt and various inspector’s initials over the frame with the date “1904”. It has 6” bbl, half moon front sight, smooth walnut grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 85-90% blue turning brown with edge wear. Grips are worn and possibly refinished. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 4-51154 JR963 (150-300)

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*COLT ARMY SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. Cal 38 Colt. SN 348850. Fine revolver with 6” bbl, half moon front sight, and rampant Colt logo, checkered, hard rubber grips. Accompanied by a beautiful, period, dark brown, lined, leather holster that has wonderful white buckstitch edge with two sizes and colors of buckstitch lacing on the face, and a belt loop on the back. CONDITION: Extremely fine,. Retains 93-95% strong bright original blue with light edge wear and some minor handling and use marks. Grip frame is thin and turning plum. Grips are sound showing moderate wear. Bright shiny bore. Holster shows moderate wear with some light crackling to the finish and fading of the buckstitch lacing. 4-50923 JR290 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60 DA REVOLVER. Cal 38 special. SN R157424. All stainless with stainless trigger and hammer, 1-7/8” bbl, fixed sights with checkered medallion walnut grips. Accompanied by its original “BANGOR PUNTA” 2-pc metal cornered box with instruction pamphlet, papers, and warrantee card. Also accompanied by a safariland brown leather belt holster. CONDITION: Revolver is fine with most original finish. Has been fired a few times. Box is sound with tape around the middle. Holster is fine. 4-50464 JR386 (150-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 340 PD AIRLITE DA REVOLVER. Cal 357 mag. SN CFN5708. Ultra light hammerless revolver with 1-7/8” bbl, alloy frame and bbl shroud with titanium 5-shot cylinder and bbl liner. It has red ramp front sight and S&W rubber grips. Accompanied by a Galco horsehide holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine, has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish. Safety key is missing. 4-50443 JR312 (150-300)

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PENCIL CANE. 19th C. cane with silver quail mounted on a partridge wood shaft that unscrews to reveal a pencil. Silver collar is hallmarked. All original. SIZE: 35-1/2“ length. CONDITION: Minor dents on quail. 4-50901 BG44 (800-1,200)

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SCRIBE’S CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane with leather and brass inkwell knob that unscrews from an ebony shaft revealing a writing instrument. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50834 BG40 (200-400)

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SWORD CANE. Silver top, malacca shaft. Original 26” blade. Female mount missing. SIZE: 34” length (overall). CONDITION: Good. 4-50894 BG35 (400-600)

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FRENCH GUN CURIO CANE. 19th C. gun cane. Bbl unscrews. The gun action works gingerly. Handle is antler with rope collar. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: As is. 4-50898 BG21 (800-1,200)

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DOMINO GAME CANE. Silver top opens revealing a set of 28 ivory dominoes. Bamboo shaft. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Possibly a converted powder puff cane. Four dents to the silver top. 4-50819 BG38 (600-800)

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FLICK STICK CANE. The shaft is all segmented, multi-colored horn with a 3-1/2” blade that flicks from the top on demand. 20th C. SIZE: 34“ length (overall). CONDITION: Good. 4-50824 BG46 (400-600)

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CYLINDRICAL CALCULATOR CANE. Otis King with malacca shaft. Some chipping to the paint. Circa 1920. SIZE: 38” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50827 BG12 (400-600)

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SMUGGLERS CANE, LONDON. Copy of a freedom cane dated 1869 with rolled up paper document in handle. This is a 20th C. copy. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Very good. 4-50891 BG23 (300-500)

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PICNIC CANE. Repousse silver handle. Oriental theme with people, houses, etc. Shaft contains knife, chopsticks and a toothpick. SIZE: 35-1/2” length. CONDITION: Worn silver handle with some dents. 4-50832 BG4 (300-500)

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DICE CANE. 20th C. gadget cane. Repousse silver top unscrews from a malacca shaft revealing five dice marked “HAIG WHISKEY”. SIZE: 34-1/2” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50883 BG30 (200-300)

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TOILETRY CANE. Hallmarked silver top containing shaving brush; razor fits into a heavy mahogany shaft. Circa 1890. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50831 BG13 (400-600)

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CHOIR MASTERS CANE WITH ADJUSTABLE PITCH-PIPE. 20th C. made gadget cane. Hallmarked silver top unscrews revealing a unique adjustable pitch-pipe that can play chords, as well as single notes, in malacca shaft. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50833 SO (200-300)

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SCALE CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane with silver top that unscrews from a malacca shaft revealing a set of hanging scales. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Good with dents to the top. 4-50893 BG26 (400-650)

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MEASURE GADGET CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane with 19th C. shaft and silver top. Shaft is Koa wood with measuring stick inserted into the shaft. Top has wear and dents. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50881 BG8 (200-300)

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SMUGGLERS CANE, LONDON. Copy of a freedom cane dated 1869 with rolled up paper document in handle. This is a 20th C. copy. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50889 BG2 (300-500)

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*COLT SERIES 80 COMBAT COMMANDER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Cal 45 ACP. SN FC20509. Blued finish with checkered gold medallion grips and 3 dot fixed sights. Accompanied by its original maroon 1-pc styrofoam lined box, owners manual and papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish. May never have been cycled. Box is fine. 4-50455 JR388 (500-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 66-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN AUF7287. All stainless, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, magnum grips–Extremely fine. 98-99% satin finish; fine mechanics; bright shiny bore. 2) Model 629-1. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AUK1289. All stainless, 8-3/8” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & target hammer, magnum grips–Extremely fine. 97-98% original finish; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51651, 4-51882 JR714 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 686 WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE REVOLVER. Cal 357 mag. SN ACM4033. All stainless with 4” full lug bbl with red ramp and white outline sights and Pachmayr rubber grips. The left side of the frame is marked “WVSP 357”. The sideplate is engraved with the West Virginia State Police patch. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains slightly dull finish, bright shiny bore. Good mechanics. 4-50458 JR373 (200-400)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 357 Mag. 1) Model 19-5. SN AEF1956. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–extremely fine, 98% overall, fine grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 28-2. SN N247309. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–as new, has been fired, about all its original blue, fine grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51611, 4-51851 JR710 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S103381. Blue finish, 5-screw frame, 5” bbl, ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion walnut grips. Accompanied by a Lawrence, brown leather belt holster. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. All matching except the grips which are numbered 163127. Retains 90-93% strong bright original blue with moderate muzzle & edge wear and a heavy cylinder line with a spot of chemical stain on the cylinder. Fine mechanics; bright shiny bore; extremely fine grips. Holster is good. 4-51804 JR591 (200-400)

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*COLT OFFICIAL POLICE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Colt. SN 623749. Blue finish, 4” bbl, fixed sights, Colt brown composition grips. The Bottom of the butt is stamped “P.L.C.B.” Accompanied by a very nicely tooled leather belt holster. CONDITION: Fine, as refinished. Retains about 95% blue. Very fine grips; good mechanics; bright shiny bore. Holster is fine. 4-51713 JR610 (150-250)

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*SMITH & WESSON K22 MASTERPIECE DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 22. SN K59537. Blue finish, 5-screw frame, 6” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with replacement checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Retains 90-92% original blue, thin on the bbl, with edge wear and a cylinder line. Grips are fine; good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51719 JR616 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S157108. Blue finish, 6-1/2” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a black nylon holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 96-98% bright original factory blue to the revolver and about 95% varnish on the nicely figured grips. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. Holster is fine. 4-51726 JR606 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal 44 mag. SN AYS0495. All stainless with target hammer and smooth trigger, 6” bbl with red ramp and white outline sights and Goncalvo Alves magnum medallion grips. Accompanied by its original box, tools, and papers. CONDITION: As new, has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish with a faint cylinder line. 4-50457 JR389 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN BDS4517. Stainless revolver, with 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer with Smith & Wesson finger groove medallion grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish with a light cylinder line. Grips are sound with several small scratches in the varnish. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51660 JR510 (300-500)

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*RUSSIAN NAGANT REVOLVER. Cal 7.62 Nagant. SN BR551. Crude WWII production, dated 1944, 6 shot revolver with course checkered wood grips and wood inserts in front and back straps. Accompanied by an original rubberized canvas holster with cleaning rod, screw driver and lanyard. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retaining all of its rough war time finish. Holster and lanyard are as new. 4-50654 JR298 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 28-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S272090. Blue finish, 6” bbl, ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a black nylon holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains most of its bright original factory finish to revolver & grips. Crisp mechanics & bright shiny bore. Holster is fine. 4-51769 JR601 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON BRAZILIAN CONTRACT 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 ACP/Auto Rim. SN 207897. Standard 1917 model with 5-1/2” bbl, integral half moon front sight, groove rear sight with Brazilian crest on the sideplate. It has smooth walnut grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. It has import marks on the bottom of the bbl. CONDITION: Good to very good with re-dipped finish. Dinged and worn grips; good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51711 JR589 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 681 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN AAK1258. All stainless, with 4” full lug bbl, fixed sights, checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Fine. Has been fired. Retains most of its original factory finish with moderate holster wear to the surface finish. Good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51710 JR588 (150-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AHF4001. Blue finish, 6” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves magnum grips. Accompanied by a black nylon holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains most of its original bright factory blue. Extremely fine grips; good mechanics; bright shiny bore. Good holster. 4-51840 JR600 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN ADS7506. All stainless, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer with diamond checkered medallion magnum grips. The grips appear to be for a smaller frame revolver. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box with crummy plastic liner. CONDITION: Very fine. Revolver has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish. Grips do not fit well and have scratches and nicks in the finish. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. Fine box, broken liner. 4-51612 JR566 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AYR6343. Nickel finish, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by its original 1-pc blue box. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish to both revolver & grips. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics, faint cylinder line. Box is worn, but intact, missing the interior cardboard. 4-51873 JR505 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25-5 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. SN N765294. Blue finish, with 4” bbl, ramp front sight and white outline adjustable rear sight, smooth narrow trigger and target hammer with after-market 2-pc rosewood finger groove grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its bright original factory finish, with a small scuff at the muzzle and a light cylinder line. Trigger appears to have been modified to its present configuration. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 4-51666 JR512 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 686-4 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN CAN5486. Stainless revolver with 4” full lug bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer with rnd butt medallion grips. Accompanied by a speed loader and Smith & Wesson rubber grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its original factory finish. Fine mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51816 JR495 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 686-4 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN CCA6250. All stainless, with 4” full lug bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth narrow trigger & standard hammer, with checkered medallion rnd butt grips. Accompanied by its original blue plastic box with papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all of its original factory finish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore and good box. 4-51834 JR565 (250-400)

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POMANDER CANE. Japanese carved wood or nut ball with pierced work, top unscrews to hold a fragrance of your choice. Mounted on a mahogany shaft. SIZE: 35-1/2” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50903 BG42 (350-650)

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LIGHTER CANE. Sterling silver top pulls revealing a cigarette lighter marked “KEM INC. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. MADE IN USA”. SIZE: 34” length. CONDITION: Good. Minor knicks in top. 4-50890 BG17 (300-500)

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MEASURE GADGET CANE. Cane with silver-plated top and malacca shaft with four measuring rods inserted. SIZE: 36-1/2” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50879 BG9 (300-600)

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TOILETRY CANE. With shaving brush and razor. Mounted on an old shaft. Silver top with English hallmarks. SIZE: 36”length. CONDITION: Good. Circa 1900. 4-50887 BG6 (400-600)

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99

POOL CUE CANE. Brass ball top with brass ferrule. Missing top. Circa 1935. SIZE: 32” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50899 BG1 (75-125)

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100

KALEIDOSCOPE CANE. 20th C. gadget cane. Large brass kaleidoscope mounted on an ebony shaft. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Excellent. 4-50829 BG24 (200-300)

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DOCTORS CANE. 20th C. gadget cane. Silver top unscrews revealing a syringe in the partridge wood shaft. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50884 BG15 (400-700)

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IVORY DICE CANE. A 2-1/2” ivory top cap unscrews revealing four ivory dice. Mounted on a black lacquered shaft. SIZE: 36-1/2” length. CONDITION: Minor chipping to lacquered shaft, otherwise good. 4-50860 BG36 (300-400)

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FLASK CANE. A 20th C. made gadgetcane with polychrome duck handle that unscrews from a malacca shaft revealing a long flask. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50836 BG45 (400-600)

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HEARING AID CANE. Brass hearing aid mounts to a partridge wood shaft. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Minor dents to brass hearing aid. 4-50880 BG37 (400-600)

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DAGGER CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane. 9” dagger pulls out of a malacca shaft. No metal mounts. Silver knob top. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50888 BG29 (100-200)

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CARVED IVORY CANE. 19th C. Japanese carved walrus ivory handle with monkey. Sterling silver collar and snake wood shaft. SIZE: 38-1/2” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50826 BG33 (400-600)

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SIREN CANE. Acme siren is mounted on an ebony shaft. English 20th C. SIZE: 35-1/2” length. CONDITION: Excellent. 4-50902 BG14 (350-550)

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DAGGER CANE. Hallmarked silver top pulls out from a mahogany shaft with a round 5” dagger attached. Original brass mounts. Circa 1900. SIZE: 35“ length (overall). CONDITION: Good. 4-50895 BG43 (400-600)

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CORKSCREW, KNIFE AND FORK CANE. Crook horn handle. Shaft is malacca. Handle unscrews revealing a corkscrew. Midsection unscrews revealing a knife and lower section unscrews revealing a fork. Hallmarked silver collar dated 1918. SIZE: 36” length. CONDITION: Good. 4-50830 BG11 (700-900)

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FLASK CANE. Large silver crook handle hallmarked .”830” and engraved. Handle unscrews revealing an original long flask with cup. Malacca shaft. Circa 1890. SIZE: 35” length. CONDITION: Excellent. 4-50821 BG18 (600-800)

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HOURGLASS CANE. 20th C. made gadget cane with horn crook handle, hallmarked silver collar and partridge wood shaft which holds an hourglass. SIZE: 36”length. CONDITION: Good. Shaft needs some re-finish. 4-50835 BG3 (175-250)

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RARE UMBRELLA SWORD. We’ve never seen another one. This is a most unusual Victorian protection device. The black umbrella is fitted with a removable sword having a heavy carved Victorian ivory handle, a gold plated filigree band with a button release fitted at the end of the ivory, the 13-1/2” tapered and angled double-sided sword blade with deep engraved design on over 50% of the blade. SIZE: Overall length of umbrella is 32”. Ivory handle is 5” long. CONDITION: Ivory has various old-age cracks; nickeled blade is in very nice condition. The umbrella itself is used, and the material has some small damages. 4-51354 (600-1,200)

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UNMARKED PERCUSSION CAPE GUN. Cal 12 ga. x 45. Usual configuration with 30” bbls, smooth bore on the right and rifle on the left with German silver front sight and fixed rear sight. It has back action locks with brass furniture, a checkered straight wrist with crescent buttplate and leaping stag on the cheekpiece. There is a simple 2-pc patchbox on the right side. CONDITION: Very good to fine,. Bbls retain 30-40% original finish with the balance a medium to dark patina. Forestock has a couple of small chips at the bbl channel. Otherwise is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Mechanics are good. 4-50723 JR38 (500-1,000)

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W.H. LAWSER & BROS CAPE GUN. Cal 10 ga / 45. English made combination gun with 32” Damascus bbls with the left being smooth bore and the right side rifled. The rib has fixed sights. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with front action locks marked on both sides with the distributor’s name and “HARRISBURG”. It has iron fittings with German silver wedge escutcheons, a checkered straight wrist and tiny cheekpiece with 7 small mother of pearl inlays. The buttplate is brass and semi-crescent with a faceted tang. Most unusual, however, is the engraved patchbox on the right side made of 3 pieces of brass with a German silver lid. CONDITION: Fair to good. No original finish remains. Bbls and iron are a medium to heavy patina with traces of the original damascus pattern in the bbl. Stock has a couple of hairlines in back of the lockplates and a repaired toe. Otherwise shows heavy wear with numerous handing and use marks. Ramrod appears to be original. Mechanics are fine with a replaced screw on the left side. 4-50727 JR34 (400-600)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION MUSKET. Cal about 62. Usual configuration with a 34” bbl, iron furniture with sling wires and 1-pc walnut stock. The left side of the stock is crudely carved with the name “DAVIS” and 4 other initials. The right side of the stock is carved with large initials “G.W.M.”. The lockplate is dated 1851. CONDITION: Good. Iron retains an even dark brown patina with heavy pitting around nipple area. Hammer nose is chipped. Stock has a couple of cracks back of the lockplate and through the wrist Otherwise contains an old patina showing heavy and hard use. Ramrod is a replacement. 4-50795 JR47 (400-700)

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LANE & READ COMPOSITE MUSKET. Cal 70. Appears to have been assembled from various military and commercial parts with a 33-1/4” rd bbl, a back action Lane & Read lock, mounted in a 3/4 length 1-pc stock, iron furniture with a brass tip ramrod, brass trigger guard and buttplate. The stock has military swivels and the trigger guard has provision for a sling swivel also. The top of the wrist is mounted with a brass plate which contains a clever adaptation of a musket rear sight attached to a windage screw. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains a medium brown patina and the stock has a crack in the butt. Otherwise is sound and retains some original finish with black chemical streaking. Good mechanics. 4-50757 JR40 (300-500)

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DUTCH PERCUSSION CAVALRY CARBINE. Cal. About 72. SN 47. Usual configuration with 14” rnd bbl, square base front sight, with fixed rear sight, integral with the top tang. It is mounted in a 3/4 length walnut stock with raised side panels and iron furniture. It has a single bbl band with trigger guard that is also a grip. The sideplate has an integral saddle ring and it has a smooth steel buttplate with a cheek piece. There is “WANZEL” stamped over the chamber area, a “W” proof below the tang and two stamped “G”’s on the left side flat. The lockplate has a cutout for a flintlock pan and there is a corresponding plug in the bbl. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. Traces of original bright finish remain with the balance a light patina. Wood is sound and retains a fine medium patina with usual nicks & dings and a gouge or two. Mechanics are fine. 4-51034 JR773 (400-700)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 CADET RIFLE. Cal 45-70. SN 71994. Standard rifle with 29-1/2” bbl, square base front sight/bayonet lug with early 1200yd ladder rear sight. It has an 1873 marked, high arch breechblock and early 3-line lockplate markings. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with 2 bands, slotted head rammer, and stacking swivel only on the upper band with no provision for a swivel on the trigger guard. The left side of the stock has an oval “ESA” cartouche. CONDITION: Good plus. Bbl retains a dark brown patina with light surface rust and a few light dings. Breechblock and lockplate are a mottled silver color with moderate rust pitting. Stock is sound with numerous small nicks, scratches, and dings and some battering near the tip. Strong dark bore. 4-50594 JR186 (500-800)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1866 SECOND ALLIN CONVERSION MUSKET. Cal 50CF. NSN. Standard rifle with 40” bbl overall, 1865 dated lockplate, 1-pc stock. CONDITION: Good. Some original bright finish remains under a heavy coating of old crud and light to moderate surface rust. Stock is sound and retains most of an old sanded refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-50574 JR103 (500-800)

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ENFIELD SNIDER CONVERSION RIFLE. Cal 57 Snider. Usual configuration with 1862 dated lockplate, 36-1/2” bbl having numerous proofs on the bbl and receiver. Has three iron bands with brass trigger guard and buttplate and retains the original nipple guard on a chain and ramrod. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains a blue-brown patina overall with traces of original blue in the sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains 15-20% original finish with the balance a dark hand-rubbed patina. Bright shiny bore with one spot of rust. 4-50730 JR7 (300-500)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal 45-70. SN 158122. Standard rifle with 32-1/2” bbl, square base front sight/bayonet lug, ski jump rear sight, 1-pc stock and original brass and leather sling. It has a button head ramrod. CONDITION: Very good, the bbl retains 75-80% original blue with light surface rust. Breechblock has silvered case colors. Stock is sound with light handling and storage marks and retains most an old refinish. Lockplate retains most of an old refinish. Strong bright bore packed with grease. 4-50564 JR96 (500-800)

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ENFIELD PATTERN RIFLE MUSKET. Cal 58. Made by Barnett, this British issue musket has a 39” bbl, square base front sight/bayonet lug with musket ladder rear sight. It is mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with three iron bands and brass furniture. The sling loops are missing. The left flat is scratched with several numbers and letters that are all together indecipherable. CONDITION: Iron retains a dark brown patina with the lockplate retaining about 70% original blue. Wood is sound and has been lightly sanded. Strong dark bore that will clean better. 4-50296 JR177 (200-400)

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NORTH AFRICAN/BEDOUIN PERCUSSION MUSKET. Cal about 59. Made from composite parts with Springfield-style bbl and lockplate mounted in a walnut stock with a smaller sized flared ivory buttplate covered with silver. Most of the bbl is completely covered with engraved silver overlay and there are several engraved silver appliqués on the buttstock. CONDITION: Mechanically fine. Iiron retains a dark brown patina with the silver slightly oxidized. The stock has a crack on the right side and is missing two heart-shaped appliqués. 4-50729 JR8 (250-500)

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SELDON PERCUSSION TARGET RIFLE. Cal about 42. Medium weight target rifle with 28-1/8” oct bbl that is 1-3/16” at the muzzle. It has a tiny bead front sight and open rear sight with the tang sight missing. The left flat by the rear sight is marked “A.P. SELDON/WHITEHALL”. It is mounted in a walnut half stock with pewter nosecap, German silver, brass, and iron furniture. It has 2 iron guides on a rib under the bottom of the bbl, a decorative brass nosepipe, diamond shaped lock screw escutcheons and crescent buttplate. The wedge escutcheons are rectangular German silver and trigger guard/grip is decorative German silver as is the simple 2-pc patchbox. The back action lockplate and hammer are engraved with pheasants and trees. It has DBL set triggers. CONDITION: Good. Iron retains an even dark brown patina. Lower ramrod guide has been reattached. Stock has a crack on each side of the forestock. Otherwise it is sound with good finish showing moderate wear. Mechanics are good. 4-50725 JR36 (400-700)

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CONVERSION FRENCH MUSKET. Cal. 75. Bolster conversion with 41-1/4” bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight with Kentucky rifle style fixed rear sight. It has two brass bands & brass furniture with iron buttplate missing the upper band and has a trumpet head iron ramrod. It also has a large banana shaped lock with short teat and worn markings. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains a dark brown patina with some heat marks near the upper end. Wood is sound with an old dark patina and brass has a medium mellow patina. Repaired trigger guard, good mechanics. 4-51423 JR789 (500-600)

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SPRINGFIELD QUAKER TRAINING RIFLE. Composite rifle consisting of a black painted wooden bbl 34” long including the original metal breech end mounted in a 1-pc 3/4 length stock with an 1842 front band and an 1864 dated lock plate. It has a carbine style trigger guard and iron buttplate without trap. CONDITION: Retains most of its black paint on the bbl. Stock is sound with a dark patina. Good mechanics. 4-50766 JR41 (100-200)

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UNMARKED PERCUSSION HALF STOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal 45. Old conversion with 41-1/4” oct bbl, unmarked with German silver blade front sight and fixed rear sight. The front sight is a modern replacement and is in a new dovetail. There are 4 plugged holes on the top flat, apparently an old scope mount. The stock is 1-pc tiger striped walnut with German silver and brass fittings consisting of 2 ramrod guides, nosepipe, nosecap, 8 simple diamond and elliptical inlays and a simple 2-pc German silver patchbox. It has a small cheek piece and brass buttplate. CONDITION: Iron retains an even dark brown patina and the brass a fine mellow patina. Stock has several grain checks at the buttplate and a repaired chip by the hammer. Otherwise is sound with a fine patina. Ramrod is missing. Sharp dark bore. 4-50793 JR64 (400-700)

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FINE GERMAN TARGET RIFLE. Cal. Unknown. A type of Zimmerschutzen rifle with 18-3/4” swamped medium weight oct bbl, fine original bbl sights, with a large front bore but no provision for a cartridge of that size at the rear. It is bolt action with the bolt handle missing. It is mounted in a 1-pc schutzen stock with iron furniture, a schutzen trigger guard with wide spaced double set triggers and elaborately carved and checkered buttstock. It has a swivel stud in the stock and a schutzen style buttplate. The top tang has a square base for a tang sight. All in all, a very unusual little rifle that is possibly missing some other bolt parts. CONDITION: Metal retains a very dark even patina overall. Stock is missing a sliver on the right side by the receiver and has another chip that is loose, otherwise is sound with a dark dirty patina. Double set triggers do not function. 4-50493 JR810 (400-700)

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EATON UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION FOWLER. Cal about 14 bore. Unusual long bbl underhammer by “.10 EATON / CONCORD NH / PATENT” and so marked on the small flat over the chamber area. It has a tiny German silver blade front sight and later type fixed rear sight on the 42” rnd bbl. There are 2 iron guides and a long pipe affixed to the bottom of the bbl. The buttstock has a long narrow wrist with perch belly, a small cheek piece and brass buttplate with oval German silver inlays on each side of the wrist and a geometric shape inlay on the cheek piece. CONDITION: The bbl and iron parts retain a medium silver brown patina with vise marks on each side of the bbl. The buttstock is missing a chip at the wrist and has a crack on the left side with a grain check at the buttplate. Mechanics are fine. 4-50555 JR74 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 SILHOUETTE REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN ACH8230. Blue finish with 10-5/8” ribbed bbl, 4-position adjustable front sight, tall adjustable rear sight, with target trigger & hammer and checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired, but retains virtually all of its original factory finish to both revolver & grips. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51163 JR968 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 624 DA REVOLVER. Cal 44 special. SN AHB0770. All stainless with 4” bbl, ramp front sight and white outline adjustable rear sight. It has checkered magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains most of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore and good mechanics. 4-50459 JR374 (250-400)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 68. Cal. 41 Mag. SN N233770. Blue, 4” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 96-97% overall, fine grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 29-3. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AUM2293. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–as new, may be unfired, retains about all its original finish, faint cylinder line, fine nylon holster. 4-51653, 4-51893 JR706 (600-1,000)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 66-1. Cal. 357 Mag. SN 60K1084. All stainless, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–fine to very fine, 95% finish, fine grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 2) Model 10-6. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN D192983. Blue, 4” heavy bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very good, 90% blue, new grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, very fine leather holster. 3) Model 15-2. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN K691373. Blue, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 95% blue, new grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51635, 4-51646, 4-51662 JR703 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 19-4. Cal. 357 Mag. SN 32K7878. Nickel, 2-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, rnd butt magna grips–extremely fine, about all original nickel, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 2) Model 581. Cal. 357 Mag. SN AAE6139. Blue, 4” bbl, fixed sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, magnum grips–very good to fine, modified front sight, about 95% blue, chipped grip, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fair leather holster. 4-51633, 4-51638 JR709 (400-700)

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* LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 357 Mag. 1) Model 586. SN ABF4483. Blue, 4” full lug bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 96-97% overall, crisp grips & mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 586-1. SN AYR1779. Blue, 8-3/8” full lug bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 97-98% overall, fine grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51624, 4-51643 JR711 (400-700)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 14-3. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 18K1120. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–as new, 99% finish. 2) Model 686-4. Cal. 357 Mag. SN CAC7175. All stainless, 3” full lug bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, rnd butt grips–fine mechanics, bright shiny bore, good leather holster. Accompanied by original box. 3) Model M&P. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN S886272. Blue, 6” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, magna grips–fine, 95% blue, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, good leather holster. 4-51626, 4-51634, 4-51780 JR705 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 27-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N627948. Blue, 3-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, magna grips–very fine, 95-96% blue, fine grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 14-3. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 8K8491. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & standard hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 95-96% blue, new grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51641, 4-51672 JR707 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 19-3. Cal. 357 Mag. SN K902061. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–extremely fine, 98% overall, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model M&P. Cal. 38 Spcl.. SN S906704. Blue, 5-screw frame, 5” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, diamond checkered magna grips–very fine, 97% overall, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 3) Model K38 Outdoorsman. Cal. 38 Spcl.. SN 470528. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, diamond checkered grips–very good to fine, about 90% plum blue, scattered freckles, poor grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 4-51605, 4-51692, 4-51875 JR712 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 1950 DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. SN S147350. Blue finish, 5-screw frame, 6-1/2” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. Accompanied by a pair of late magnum grips. Accompanied by tis original 2-pc maroon box with directions in two languages inside the lid and original tool set. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Retains 95-97% strong original finish with minor muzzle & sharp edge wear. Grips show light diamond point wear, missing a small chip on the right side. Crisp mechanics with bright shiny bore. Spare grips are fine. Box has two broken corners, otherwise is fine. 4-51644 JR628 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN N305294. Blue finish, 3-screw frame, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. Does not appear to have been fired. Retains virtually all its original bright factory finish with the hint of a cylinder line. Crisp grips. 4-51742 JR598 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON M&P DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN C120682. Nickel finish, 5-screw frame, 2” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its bright original factory nickel on the revolver & varnish on the grips. Crisp mechanics & bright shiny bore. 4-51824 JR624 (250-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 15-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 5K30485. Nickel finish, 2” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, white ivorex medallion magna grips, with a Tyler grip adaptor. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its fine factory finish to revolver & grips. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51798 JR620 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 586 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN AAJ5321. Blued finish, 6” full lug bbl, red ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a black Smith & Wesson holster for a longer bbled revolver. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 92-94% original finish overall with a chip in the left grip. Good mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine holster. 4-51801 JR615 (200-350)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN N122275. Blue finish, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its original bright factory finish on the revolver. Grips have slightly dulled finish but may clean. Good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51782 JR619 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N655514. Blue finish, 3-screw frame, 4” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its bright factory finish to revolver & grips. There is a small scrape on the left grip. Good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51802 JR617 (300-500)

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*RUGER VAQUERO SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN 56-73346. Blue & case colored, 5-1/2” bbl, fixed sights, 2-pc wood grips with black medallion. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish. Good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51861 JR611 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-4 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN BBY7510. All stainless, with 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth narrow trigger & standard hammer, with checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves magnum grips. The yoke has two locking detent balls installed in the top edge. Accompanied by a Hunter leather holster. CONDITION: About fine. Has been fired. Very dirty but appears to retain most of its cleaned finish. Trigger has been modified to its present condition. Grips retain about 80% varnish. Very smooth, crisp, tuned action; bright shiny bore. Holster is fine. 4-51894 JR599 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N207581. Blue finish, 5” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains 96-98% strong bright original factory blue with faint muzzle wear, minor sharp edge wear and a light cylinder line. Mechanics are crisp with bright shiny bore. Fine grips. 4-51800 JR597 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AAM5888. Blue finish, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a black nylon holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original bright factory finish to revolver & grips. Holster is fine. 4-51755 JR644 (300-600)

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*COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN D58984. Blue finish, 2” bbl, fixed sights, narrow trigger & hammer with short checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its original factory finish to the revolver & grips. Has a spot of rust on the cylinder. Good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51731 JR602 (150-250)

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*COLT POCKET POSITIVE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 32 Colt. SN 142932. Nickel finish, 2-1/2” bbl, integral half moon front sight, groove rear sight with checkered, embossed Colt hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as refinished. Crisp mechanics; strong bright bore that needs cleaning; may have fine pitting; very fine grips. 4-51850 JR596 (100-200)

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*COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 626370. Early full grip frame revolver, blue finish, 2” bbl, full checkered medallion grips with narrow trigger & hammer. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original bright factory finish, with minor muzzle & sharp edge wear. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51720 JR603 (200-350)

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*COLT COBRA AIRWEIGHT REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN A86622. Blued 4” bbl & cylinder, with black anodized alloy frame, fixed sights, full checkered medallion walnut grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 94-96% original finish; moderately worn grips; good mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51725 JR612 (200-350)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Cal 45-70. SN 187121. Nickel plated standard carbine obviously made into a parade rifle with 22” bbl, square base front sight and ski jump rear sight. It has a 1-pc stock with sling bar and ring on left side and a carbine butt with trap. The SN is followed with a star. CONDITION: Fine, as noted. Retains about 95% nickel plating. Lockplate legends were polished away. Wood is sound and retains a fine hand rubbed patina. Very dark corroded bore from shooting blanks. Good mechanics. Missing the hammer screw. 4-50763 JR65 (300-500)

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ALTERED EUROPEAN PERCUSSION MUSKET WITH RAWHIDE SCABBARD. Cal about 65. Musket is an old altered trade musket with the bbl reduced to 19-1/4”. It has a bottom rib and a single iron band and is 34-1/4” overall. On the left flat about 4-1/2” from the back end is stamped in barely legible letters, “USID”. It is presumed that this stands for US Interior Department which was the government agency responsible for Indian affairs. It has a long banana shaped lock with a brass inlay near the front and the butt is stamped in large letters “1E1852”. This appears to be an Indian “blanket rifle”. It is accompanied by a rawhide scabbard 27-1/2” long with buckstitch lacing of more recent manufacture. CONDITION: The musket is poor with the iron having a dark crusty patina with heavy pitting and some burn around the nipple. Stock has several cracks on the left side and losses behind the lock and the toe has an old repair. Mechanics are poor. Scabbard is extremely fine. 4-50659 JR115 (500-1,000)

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BARNETT PERCUSSION CALVARY MUSKETOON. Cal about 60. Small English musketoon with 21” rnd bbl, square base front sight, missing the rear sight. It has British proofs over the chamber and lockplate marked “Barnett/London” with a crown over “Tower” back of the hammer. It is missing the captive rammer. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains being a gray brown patina overall. Heavily battered and rusted about 6” above the bbl. Nipple is missing and the hammer nose is chipped. Stock has cracks around the lockplate and is missing a chip. There are numerous chips missing from the ramrod channel and the front band is missing. Mechanics need attention and several of the screws are replacements. 4-50559 JR107 (200-400)

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ALTERED 1864 DATED SPRINGFIELD RIFLE/MUSKET. Cal. 58. Bbl is reduced to 30” with the square base front sight/bayonet lug relocated about 1-1/4” from the muzzle. It has 2-leaf musket rear sight, 2- bands with tulip head ramrod commensurately reduced in length. The bbl & lockplate are both dated “1864”. The top of the comb has a rack #37. The left side of the butt is crudely carved “Atlanta / Sep 4 64”. This appears to be one of the field altered pieces. CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal cleaned to bright with scattered light to moderate pitting on the bbl. Wood is sound and retains most of an old sanded refinish. Hammer spring is weak, bore is strong and bright with moderate pitting. 4-51130 JR1051 (500-1,000)

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ROBBINS & LAWRENCE 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. Cal. 54. Usual configuration, 33” bbl, replacement brass front sight, fixed rear sight, usual breech & lockplate markings, dated “1847”. It has brass furniture and a brass tipped trumpet head ramrod. It also has sling loops. CONDITION: Fair. No original finish remains. Bbl is a mottled silver & brown patina with heavy pitting around the nipple area and burnout behind the nipple. Lockplate & hammer are a dark patina. Stock has a repair behind the lockplate and has been severely sanded and refinished. Possibly a homemade replacement stock. Mechanics are fine, worn, dark bore. 4-51121 JR1050 (400-700)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 CADET TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. SN 67601. Standard rifle with 29-1/2” bbl, square base front sight/bayonet lug, standard rear sight with “1873” dated, high-arch breech block and “1873” dated lock plate. It has 1-pc stock without trap and no provision for sling swivels, and has a slotted head ramrod. CONDITION: About good. Metal retains a dark plum brown patina with scattered pitting on the lockplate. Stock is nicked and dinged all over, missing a chip back of the lock plate, otherwise retains most of a lightly sanded refinish. Shiny bore with moderate pitting. 4-51139 JR1037 (400-700)

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LOT OF TWO BLACK POWDER ARMS. 1) Cal. 50. Unmarked cut down Kentucky rifle, originally must have been a beautiful rifle, but now with a 23-1/4” oct bbl with brass inlay in the top flat. It has a full length applied striped stock with adjustable single trigger, brass furniture with faceted guide and nose pipe and long saddle plate. It has a small filigree side plate and a 4-pc plain filigree patch box. It has a silver thumb plate with a heart and fleur-de-lis on each side of the wrist. The cheek piece has a multi-pointed, silver star inside a brass circle and there is a small early style American eagle on the left side of the butt. It has a long comb plate and faceted tang on the butt plate. CONDITION: As noted. Metal retains a dark brown patina and the wood most of an old refinish with a crack or two, mechanics need attention. 2) Cal. 68. Homemade matchlock with 26” rnd bbl, three tin bands, sheet metal on three sides of the stock, 48” overall, homemade wooden stock, decorative item only. 4-51123, 4-51124 JR1039 (500-1,000)

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SCARCE MASSACHUSETTS MADE PERCUSSION PUNT GUN. Cal. about 10 bore. Scarce old fowling piece with 53” unmarked round bbl, 68-1/2” overall length, with brass furniture, built on a half stock, probably walnut, with raised side panels and two wedges through the forestock. It has Brown Bess style trigger guard with pineapple finial and a stepped tang buttplate. The bottom of the bbl has an iron rail with two iron guides containing a homemade replacement rammer. The lock is lightly engraved and marked “C.R. Sargent / Newburyport”. CONDITION: Bbl is a dark brown patina with heavy pitting around the nipple area and on top of the lockplate. Trigger guard has a crack through a screw hole so a third screw was installed. Stock has repaired crack the length of the forestock, otherwise is sound and retains most of an old refinish. One wedge is missing. Mechanics are fine. 4-51193 JR1153 (500-1,000)

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*EL TIGRE LEVER ACTION SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44 WCF. SN 21699. Copy of a Winchester Model 1892 with 22” bbl, full magazine, two bands, uncheckered wood, straight stock & crescent buttplate with trap. It has a replaced brass bead front sight and an original long ladder rearsight with a staple & ring in the left side of receiver and sling swivels on the stock and rear band. The left side of the receiver has the usual tiger logo. CONDITION: About fine. Retains 80% original blue overall. Wood is sound – nicked & dinged with most of an old restored finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-51576 JR759 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SRC. Cal. 30 WCF. SN 311847. Standard carbine, 20” bbl, full magazine, uncheckered gum wood stock & forearm with carbine buttplate. The bbl is apparently a replacement, missing the rear sight, with a late Marbles tang sight. CONDITION: Fair. Bbl replaced, as noted, with a later style front sight that interfered with the bbl band, so to accommodate the sight, the top of the band was cut away. Overall retains 15-20% original blue with the balance turned silver. Stock & forearm each have cracks. Bbl band screws are replacements and the wood has been refinished. Strong dark bore. 4-51570 JR769 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30 WCF. SN 1097955. Standard grade rifle with 24” tapered rnd bbl, ramp front sight with hood & semi-buckhorn rear sight. It has a half magazine with uncheckered wood, semi-beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl & magazine tube retain about 95% strong original blue. Receiver is flaked to a medium patina with traces of original blue. Wood is sound with moderate nicks & scratches and retains about 90% original varnish. Fine mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51569 JR763 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal 25-20. SN 871942. Standard grade rifle with 24” rnd bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. The bbl has a modified half nickel front sight and flat top rear sight. CONDITION: Bbl and magazine tube retain about 90% thinning original blue with chemical spotting at the muzzle. Receiver retains 60% thinning original blue with the balance a medium patina. Some of the screw slots are damaged. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bore, dark in the grooves with pitting. 4-50746 JR57 (600-1,000)

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*A MARLIN MODEL 1895 CB LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal 45-70. SN 98208865. Modern rifle with cross-bolt safety, 26” oct bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and Marlin black composition buttplate. Accompanied by its original box and trigger lock. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-51899 JR851 (200-400)

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*MARLIN MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal 44 mag. SN 27006643. Modern 94 with 20” rnd bbl, full magazine, ramp front sight with hood and folding semi-buck rear sight. It has carbine style bbl bands with uncheckered wood and straight stock with black composition buttplate. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 97-99% strong original finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50768 JR45 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal 32 WS. SN 1100068. Standard grade rifle with 24” tapered rnd bbl, ramp front sight missing the hood and semi-buckhorn rear sight. It has 2/3 magazine and uncheckered wood with pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. The left side of the receiver has 3 small plugged holes and shows evidence of a receiver sight having been removed. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain about 95% strong original blue. Receiver retains about 25% thin blue. Wood is sound and the forearm retains 15-20% original finish while the stock retains about 80% original finish. Bright shiny bore with some scattered pitting. 4-50767 JR51 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 94 EASTERN CARBINE. Cal. 30-30. SN 2040878. Standard carbine, ramp front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, receiver drilled & tapped for receiver sight, plain wood, checkered steel buttplate, non-factory swivel studs. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl & mag tube 96-97%, receiver 60%, wood 90%. Bright shiny bore. 4-51571 JR771 (200-400)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL A SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 59043. Blue finish with 6-3/4” rnd bbl, adjustable rear sight, full checkered walnut grips and a 2-tone original magazine. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 96-98% strong original blue overall with slightly thinned backstrap and a couple of spots on the front strap. Bbl has light edge wear and a thin spot on the left side. Bright shiny bore. 4-50780 JR276 (500-1,000)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL HB SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 310786. Fine plinking pistol with 4-1/2” bbl, fixed sights with medallion black hard rubber grips, missing the magazine. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 98-99% strong bright original blue, crisp grips and bright shiny bore. Excellent mechanics. 4-50784 JR278 (250-450)

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*1906 LUGER PISTOL. Cal 9 mm. SN 39981. Standard Luger with 4” bbl, with full checkered wood grips and an aluminum base fxo magazine. CONDITION: Severely reblued, removing all bbl and receiver markings. DWM marking still visible on toggle link. Grips are recheckered. Magazine body is reblued. Strong dark bore. 4-50461 JR378 (150-250)

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*HIGH STANDARD DURA-MATIC MODEL 101 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22 LR. SN 678295. Blue finish with 4-1/2” brown bbl, fixed sights, and brown plastic grips, missing the magazine. Accompanied by its original blue and yellow cardboard box. CONDITION: Extremely fine, possibly unfired, retaining virtually all its original finish with one or two spots of very fine edge wear. Box lid has a couple of blown corners. has chipped edges and fuzzed corners, but is otherwise sound. 4-50790 JR319 (250-400)

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*HIGH STANDARD SPORT KING MODEL 103 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22 LR. SN 1115436. Late Hamden gun with 6-2/3” rnd bbl with push button latch and fixed sights. It has brass medallion brown plastic grips and is accompanied by an original-type maroon and yellow box numbered for another gun with cleaning brush. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 97-98% strong original blue, slightly thinned on the grip frame. This pistol may have been fired but shows no evidence. Grips are extremely fine. Box is clean with a torn corner and minor damage inside. Bright shiny bore. 4-50789 JR318 (200-400)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL HB SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 293135. Fine plinking pistol with 4-1/2” bbl, fixed sights with medallion black hard rubber grips and a 2-tone magazine. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 94-96% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and edge wear and thin grip frame. Crisp grips and bright shiny bore. 4-50783 JR277 (250-450)

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*HIGH STANDARD DURA-MATIC M-100 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 471129. Usual configuration with 6-1/2” rnd bbl, fixed sights, black composition grips and push-button safety. CONDITION: Good to very good. Overall retains 85-90% thin blue with light scratches and nicks. Good grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-50785 JR286 (150-250)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL HD MILITARY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22 LR. SN 161622. Usual configuration with 4-1/2” medium weight rnd bbl, adjustable rear sight and full checkered walnut grips with 2-tone magazine. CONDITION: Good to very good. Overall retains a thin blue brown finish with muzzle and edge wear. Bright shiny bore. Good grips with moderate wear. 4-50437 JR316 (250-450)

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*HIGH STANDARD H-D MILITARY SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN268998. Usual configuration with 6-3/4” medium weight rnd bbl, adjustable rear sight, and full checkered walnut grips and a 2-tone magazine. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 93-95% strong original blue with light muzzle and edge wear and some fine flaking on the slide, thinned grip framing. Grips show light wear. Bright shiny bore. 4-50781 JR285 (250-400)

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*BERETTA MODEL 92 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal 9 mm. SN B13805. Brazilian made model of the Italian pistol with side butt mag release, blued finish and black plastic grips. Accompanied by its original 2-pc box and 1 high capacity magazine. CONDITION: As new, possibly unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish. 4-50460 JR387 (250-400)

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*ERMA MODEL KGP 68A BABY LUGER PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. SN 109772. Modern made miniature Luger copy with 3-1/2” bbl, blue finish and brown plastic thumb rest grips, with aluminum base magazine. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains about 95% original factory finish, thin on the grip frame. Grips are fine, mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 4-51166 JR956 (200-400)

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*HIGH STANDARD SPORT KING SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 397989. Blue finish with 4-3/8” rnd bbl with bayonet latch, fixed sights, and brown composition grips with thumb rest. Has one all-blue magazine. CONDITION: Extremely fin. Has been fired but retains virtually all its strong bright original factory finish. Fine grips and brilliant shiny bore. 4-50782 JR281 (250-450)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL GB SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 327221. Blue finish with 6-5/8” rnd bbl with bayonet latch, fixed sights and mottled brown Franzite plastic grips with thumb rest. The left side of the frame, under the grip, has what appears to be a Police property number. CONDITION: Fine. Overall retains 93-95% thinning original blue. Bright shiny bore. 4-50787 JR283 (200-300)

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*HIGH STANDARD SPORT KING MODEL SK-100 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 745707. Blue finish with 4-1/2” rnd bbl with push-button latch, fixed sights, and brown composition grips with thumb rest. Has one all-blue magazine. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains 97-98% strong original blue. Good grips, and bright shiny bore. 4-50786 JR284 (200-400)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL B SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 18840. Fine early gun with 4-1/2” rnd bbl, medallion checkered black grips with an all blue magazine. Accompanied by a maroon velvet lined wood box with a Hi-Standard decal on the lid. CONDITION: Pistol retains 50-60% thin original blue with blue-brown grip frame. Grips are fine with bright shiny bore. Homemade box is fine with slightly loose liner. 4-50788 JR296 (150-300)

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*HIGH STANDARD SPORT KING SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal 22LR. SN 340191. Blue finish with 6-5/8” rnd bbl with bayonet latch, fixed sights, and brown composition grips with thumb rest. Has one 2-tone magazine. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains about 98% strong bright original blue with a couple of spots on the bbl and minor edge wear. Fine grips and brilliant shiny bore. 4-50779 JR282 (250-450)

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*HUNGARIAN COPY OF BROWNING HIGH POWER. Cal 9 mm. SN R24435. Model P9R. Blue finish with checkered wood grips. Has fixed sights and one original 13 round magazine. CONDITION: As new, has been fired but retains about all its original factory finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-50467 JR376 (200-400)

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*BROWNING HIGH POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal 9 mm. SN 245PN76628. Blue finish with dark checkered wood grips and Millett adjustable sights. It is accompanied by 1 original 13 round magazine. The side of the slide is marked “MADE IN BELGIUM/ASSEMBLED IN PORTUGAL”. It is fitted with an ambidextrous safety. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains about all of its original bright factory finish. Grips are fine. Bore is bright and shiny. 4-50469 JR372 (350-550)

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*MODEL 1927 ARGENTINE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR POLICE PISTOL. Cal 45ACP. SN 52705. 1911 A1 style pistol with blued finish and checkered black composition grips. The left side of the slide is marked “D.G.F.M. – (F.M.A.P.)” and the right side “Ministerio Del Interior/POLICIA de los TERRITORIOS NACIONALES/SIST.COLT CAL11.25MM MOD 1927”. There is an additional no. on the side of the frame “0274-949”. CONDITION: Very fin. Retains 85-90% original blue, moderately worn grips and all matching expect the magazine which is a US military replacement. Strong bore with fine pitting in the grooves. 4-50324 JR229 (400-700)

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COLT SECOND GENERATION 3RD MODEL DRAGOON. Cal 44. SN 31142. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” bbl, blue and case colors, brass grip frame with 1-pc grips. Accompanied by its original box with owners book and papers. CONDITION: As new in the box, probably unfired and unrotated. Box is fine. 4-50704 JR347 (250-500)

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COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 143416. Standard navy with 7-1/2” oct bbl, tiny brass front sight, blue and case colored with 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by a modern, red lined, compartmented case containing a ball bullet mold, a modern flask, and a tin of modern caps. CONDITION: Extremely fine with a very nicely restored finish having beautiful blue and vivid case colors. Cylinder is a modern replacement. Grips have a couple areas of fill and retain most of a refinish. Strong bright bore. Case is fine. 4-50667 JR248 (500-800)

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COLT SECOND GENERATION 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. Cal 44. SN 33578. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” bbl, blue and case colors, brass grip frame with 1-pc grips. Accompanied by its original box with owners book and papers. CONDITION: As new in the box, probably unfired and unrotated. Box is fine. 4-50705 JR346 (250-500)

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COLT SECOND GENERATION IST MODEL DRAGOON. Cal 44. SN 32897. Usual configuration with a 7-1/2” bbl, blue and case colors with brass grip frame and 1-pc grips. Accompanied by its original box with owners book and papers. CONDITION: As new in the box, probably unfired and unrotated. Box is fine. 4-50837 JR345 (250-500)

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PAIR OF REPRODUCTION COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVERS. Cal. 36. SN 4299 & 4300. Fine reproductions with 7-1/2” oct bbls, brass cone front sights, New York address, blue & case colored with small square back trigger guards and 1-pc walnut grips. The cylinders have the Ormsby Naval battle scenes. Accompanied by their original hinged lid yellow & brown cardboard boxes. CONDITION: As new, appear to be unfired. Retaining virtually all of their original bright blue & case colors. They have been handled and the brass shows some patination, otherwise is a nice patina. Grips are fine with original finish. 4-51580, 4-51581 JR1014 (600-1,000)

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*BRITISH NO 5 MK1 JUNGLE CARBINE. Cal 303 British. SN R9887. Complete jungle carbine with integral flash hider, rubber buttplate, 10 round magazine, canvas sling, bayonet W/Sheath and a canvas bandolier with three stripper clips. CONDITION: Fine as arsenal rebuilt. Retains virtually all its arsenal finish. Bayonet is fine. Bandolier is fine. 4-50525 JR155 (250-400)

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*SPRINGFIELD M-1 GARAND MILITARY RIFLE. Cal 30-06. SN 2728663. Standard Garand with 24” bbl, stainless gas cylinder and mostly Springfield parts. However it has a Winchester trigger group. The stock is unmarked and apparently a modern replacement. The handguards appear original. CONDITION: Very good, as refinished with minor pitting on the left side. Wood is sound with minor handling and storage marks. Strong bright bore frosty in the grooves. 4-50531 JR124 (500-750)

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*BRITISH NO 5 MK1 JUNGLE CARBINE. Cal 303 British. SN BF2095. Complete jungle carbine with integral flash hider, rubber buttplate, 10 round magazine, canvas sling and bayonet W/Sheath. CONDITION: Fine as arsenal rebuilt. Retains virtually all its arsenal finish. Bayonet is fine. 4-50517 JR156 (250-400)

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*RUSSIAN MOISIN NAGANT MILITARY RIFLE. Cal 7.62 X 54 Russian. SN 202403. Dated 1936, this Russian made rifle has all the standard features with a 32” bbl, full stock and upper hand guard with wiping rod and sling swivels. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching. Retains virtually all its original finish to metal and wood. Possibly unfired. 4-50742 JR48 (100-200)

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*KRAG MODEL 1899 CARBINE. Cal 30-40 Krag. SN 349836. Standard carbine with 22” bbl, pedestal front sight and 2400 yard rear sight, missing a screw. It is in a 1-pc stock with grasping grooves and a bbl band with 1901 cartouche. It has a late hand guard with hump above the rear sight with a smooth steel buttplate with trap. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains about 90% thinning original blue, the receiver, side plate and cartridge box are a mottled silver gray. Stock is sound with a couple spots of fill and retains most of an old refinish. Hand guard retains 97-98% original finish. Strong bright bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-50441 JR350 (400-700)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 8 SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal 30 Rem. SN 68522. Usual configuration with 22-3/4” shrouded bbl, uncheckered wood with straight stock and a brown waffle recoil pad. The magazine is missing. CONDITION: Good-as noted-with light surface rust overall. Sound wood with an old refinish and bright shiny bore. 4-50662 JR113 (100-200)

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*NO. 1 MK IV BRITISH CONVERSION SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. SN 25375H. Standard 303 British SMLE rifle converted to single shot 410 by the government of India. CONDITION: Fine. As refinished, missing the buttplate. 4-50446 JR762 (75-150)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 1917 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. SN 530275. Usual configuration with 26” bbl, dated “8-18” in 1-pc walnut stock. It has a small inspector’s cartouche on the left side. CONDITION: Very good. Parts rifle with Winchester bolt and Eddystone cutoff. Retains 88-90% original finish on the metal, hairline in the hand guard, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of its hand rubbed patina. Good mechanics, strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-51136 JR1042 (250-400)

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*SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. SN 659353. WWII rebuild with 5-43 RA bbl. Parkerized metal with a black oxide Remington style bolt, mounted in its original 1-pc stock with hand guard and smooth steel buttplate with trap. CONDITION: About good, as rebuilt. Retains most of the arsenal re-parkerizing. Stock is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51132 JR1046 (400-700)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 700 BDL DELUXE LEFT HAND RIFLE. Cal. 270. SN E6617415. Fine sporting rifle, 22” rnd bbl, without sights, mounted in a 1-pc black tipped walnut stock with Monte Carlo cheek piece. Receiver is mounted with a Simmons 4.5-14X target scope. CONDITION: As new. Probably has been fired but retains virtually all its fine factory finish to both metal & wood with a minor scratch or two on the stock. Bright shiny bore. Optics appear damaged. 4-51104 JR791 (300-500)

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*MOSSBERG MODEL 740T BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 Mag. SN 1104692. Blue finish, 24” rnd bbl, open sights, grooved receiver, 1-pc wood stock, plastic buttplate & trigger guard, missing magazine. CONDITION: Extremely fine. 98% overall. Few scratches in the wood, bright shiny bore. 4-51106 JR777 (75-100)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 700 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal 270. SN A6784347. Fine hunting rifle with 22” tapered rnd bbl, no sights, checkered 1-pc stock with black forend tip and pistol grip with black composition buttplate. The receiver is mounted with Burris bases and rings containing a Redfield 3-9X scope. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been hunted and has a few minor nicks and scratches but retains most of its original factory finish to metal and wood. Good optics. Bright shiny bore. 4-50692 JR63 (400-600)

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*BROWNING A-BOLT LEFT HAND RIFLE. Cal. 7mm Mag. SN 16071MM351. All stainless, with 26” tapered rnd bbl, no sights, mounted in a black synthetic stock with camouflage nylon sling and a Simmons 4.5-14X target scope. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. May have been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish. Fine optics, bright shiny bore. 4-51107 JR801 (300-500)

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LOT OF 3 AIR RIFLES. 1) Stuart Champion, Cal .22 with 17-3/4” bbl, target sights, pistol grip and target stock. It has blued bbl and receiver with Japanned frame with book-like new. 2) Chinese Cal 177, Seal 1-pc wood stock, blue finish-very good. 3) Slavia model 618, Cal 177, 1-pc wood stock-like new. 4-49241-578 JR179 (50-100)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 62 PRE-WAR PUMP RIFLE. Cal 22S, L or LR. SN 23905. Standard grade rifle with 23” tapered rnd bbl, 7/8ths magazine with standard sights, small bullet shaped, ribbed forearm with straight stock and Winchester hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Good to very good, Bbl and magazine tube retain 88-90% strong original blue,. Receiver has traces of blue in the sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains 25-30% forearm finish and about 50% stock finish. Bright shiny bore. Mechanics need attention. Sometimes the bolt lock will not hold. 4-50219 JR196 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 04A SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 22. Usual configuration, 21” rnd bbl, integral receiver, bead front sight, 03 style adjustable rear sight. It is mounted in a 1-pc Schnable tip stock with “S”-shaped trigger guard and a Winchester embossed hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: About fine. Bbl & receiver retain 70-75% original blue mixed with flaked light patina. Stock is sound and retains most of an old restored finish. Bright shiny bore with two rings. 4-51477 JR774 (100-300)

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*MARLIN MODEL 42 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal 12ga. SN 2520. Usual configuration, 30” full choke plain bbl, uncheckered wood, round ribbed forearm, and pistol grip stock with Pachmayr recoil pad. CONDITION: About good. Retains most of an old refinish to both metal and wood with some fine pitting on the receiver. Bright shiny bore. Mechanics need attention. 4-51574 JR856 (300-500)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 870 EXPRESS MAGNUM PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. SN C565092M. Fine pump shotgun, 28” vent rib screw choke bbl, sand blast matte finish, 3” chambers with birch stock & forearm and a black recoil pad. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains most of its original factory finish to both metal & wood. 4-51105 JR798 (150-300)

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UNMARKED BELGIUM MADE DBL BBL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Cal 10 ga. Good quality old DBL with 28-7/8” damascuss bbls marked “REAL TWIST” in silver on the top rib. It has German silver furniture with two iron ramrod guides and lightly engraved back action locks and hammers. The nose pipe, trigger guard, buttplate tang and top tang are matching engraved. There is a clever old repair to the wrist. CONDITION: Good-as noted. Bbls retain about 50% dark pattern and the locks are cleaned bright metal. Stock retains most of an old refinish. One nipple is broken. Otherwise mechanics are fine. 4-50660 JR112 (100-300)

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T. BARKER DBL BBL DAMASCUS HAMMER SHOTGUN. Cal 12ga. NSN. Belgium made Damascus dbl, 30” bbls, checkered stock and forearm. CONDITION: Fair to good. Severely cleaned, no bbl pattern remains. Replaced hammers and refinished wood. Good mechanics, bright shiny bores. 4-50445 JR855 (75-150)

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AMERICAN ARMS SIDE OPENING DBL BBL SHOTGUN. Cal 12 ga. SN 683. Fine old Boston made hammer DBL with 28” damascus bbls marked with the makers name and address on the top rib and on each lockplate. The wood is nicely grained with checkered splinter forearm and semi pistol grip stock with a smooth steel buttplate. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbls retain about 80% damascus pattern turned brown. Receiver and lockplates retain 60-70% muted case colors. Wood is sound and retains most of an excellent professional refinish. Strong bright bores with light pitting, sound mechanics. 4-50553 JR122 (300-500)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 11 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal 12 ga. Standard shotgun with 28” solid rib, full-choke bbl, checkered forearm, uncheckered replacement stock. SN 252543. CONDITION: 90% re-blue, 90% forearm, 25% stock. Bright shiny bore. 4-50263 JR195 (200-300)

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*WEATHERBY PATRICIAN-II DU PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal 12 ga. SN 79-DU0756. Fine pump gun with 30” full choke, vent rib bbl, DBL beads, alloy receiver with etched engraving on both sides. Nicely figured wood with checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with original Weatherby waffle pad. The grip cap has an inlayed duck’s head. CONDITION: Extremely fine and possibly unfired. Retains virtually all its factory finish to metal and wood. 4-50732 JR23 (250-500)

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LOT OF 2 COLT ENGRAVING BOOKS. Vols. I & II of The Colt Engraving Book by R.L. Wilson. CONDITION: As new in unissued condition. 4-51311 JR742 (300-500)

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LOT OF 2 COLT ENGRAVING BOOKS. Vols. I & II of The Colt Engraving Book by R.L. Wilson. CONDITION: As new in unissued condition. 4-51313 JR743 (300-500)

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LOT OF 2 COLT ENGRAVING BOOKS. Vols. I & II of The Colt Engraving Book by R.L. Wilson. CONDITION: As new in unissued condition. 4-51312 JR741 (300-500)

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LOT OF SEVEN PAPER ITEMS RELATING TO THE SHARPS RIFLE CO. 1) Three $15 Bearer bonds No. 1, 2, and 3 that have been clipped and paid. – Very fine. 2) Two postcards addressed to the Sharps Rifle Co. in Bridgeport, both with 1 cent postage. One dated October 4, 77, the other November 11, 77. One deals with a financial meeting in New York. The other from a customer complaining that he did not receive a disk. – Both are slightly yellowed but have sharp edges and corners with completely legible writing. 3) Sharps Rifle Co. check, with large crossed rifles, No. 704 dated September 6, 1875 payable to C.L. Stone & Sons in the amount of $82.59. – Very fine. Everything is clear and legible. 4) Hand written letter to Sharps dated July 26, 1880 from a Mr. John Borden of Boston, Mass., wherein he states that he has a Sharps rifle for sale. Attached over the letter is a printed transcript of the letter. – The letter is fine and bright. 4-50402, 4-50403, 4-50404, 4-50405 JR428 (100-200)

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LOT OF EIGHT COLT BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS. 1) 1930 catalog with price list. 36 pages, gray paper cover with blue lettering. – Very fine. 2) 1922 catalog with price list. 36 pages, gray paper cover with blue lettering. – Very fine. 3) 1933 catalog. 40 pages, gray paper cover with black lettering. – Very good. 4) Small catalog with gray cover with vignette of rampant Colt standing on the globe with crossed revolver and 1903 pocket pistol titled “Colt’s The Arm of Law and Order”. 7-7/8” x 5-3/4”. – Fine to very fine. 5) 1937 paperback “A Century of Progress”, 96 pages. Blue and cream colored cover with Samuel Colt whittling out his first model on the cover. – Fine. 6) 1938 Colt parts price list. 15 pages. – Fine. 7) Government Model 45 pamphlet, 8 pages folded in half in a gray cover with blue writing. – Very good. 8) 22 Target Pistol pamphlet, 9 pages folded in half in a red cover with black writing. – About fine. 4-50416, 4-50417, 4-50418, 4-50419, 4-50420, 4-50421, 4-50422, 4-50423 JR419 (400-700)

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LOT OF TWO WINCHESTER CATALOGS AND ONE AMMUNITION PRICE LIST. 1) June 1904 catalog, Kraft card weight covers with red lettering. 164 pages. Also included is half of a bi-fold on Winchester ammunition. – Taped and repaired spine. Soiled covers, lightly water stained. 2) 1914 catalog No. 79. Kraft card weight covers with red and blue lettering. 224 pages. – Yellowed with soiled edges and a water stain on first few pages. Very good to fine. 3) Winchester Ammunition price list, January 1941. Large booklet with Kraft card weight covers. Red and blue lettering. 18 pages plus a letter dated June 7, 1941 from Colt to Winchester regarding 50 Cal BMG ammunition. – Very fine, plus. 4-50409, 4-50411, 4-50415 JR423 (200-400)

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LOT OF THREE REMINGTON CATALOGS AND ONE PRICE LIST. 1) 1875 catalog with faded greenish card weight covers with black lettering. Consists of 80 pages advertising a line of firearms, ammunition and tools. – Cover is foxed with fly specks with one small piece of the spine missing and other areas loose. Pages are yellowed with one page near the front cut out. 2) 1906 catalog, slightly larger, with red card weight covers and blue embossed “Remington Firearms”. The first page is stamped “Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago, IL”. Consists of 48 pages listing their line of firearms and ammunition. – Very good to fine. Covers are slightly wrinkled with a few spots of water staining and light soil. Pages are lightly yellowed, otherwise fine. 3) 1913-14 catalog with light green cover with dark green and red lettering. 212 pages. – Very fine. 4) January 1928 No. 11 Firearms and Ammunition price list. Large booklet with 19 pages with prices for their full line. – Yellowed with a couple of spots of tape and a small tear around one of the staples. Very good. 4-50426, 4-50427, 4- 50428, 4-50429 JR427 (500-800)

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LOT OF THREE CARTRIDGE CO. CATALOGS. 1) Peters red leather covered salesman catalog dated January 1914, 66 pages of their complete line. – Worn corners, otherwise fine. 2) Western Cartridge Co. catalog dated April 1917 with mottled brown cover with beautifully embossed, dark brown square with dog heads and the Western diamond logo. The lettering below in red and gold is also embossed, 63 pages listing their complete line. – Edges of the covers are tattered with small loss on the spine. Pages are bright and crisp with some beautiful colors. 3) Possibly a reproduction of the 1897 US Cartridge Co. catalog with heavy yellow/green hard weight covers with black lettering. 28 pages. – Stained edge. 4-50424, 4-50425, 4-50431 JR425 (200-300)

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PHOTOGRAPH OF THE “WRECK OF THE USS MAINE”. Photograph mounted on cardboard titled “Wreck of Maine” decorated on Memorial Day, May 30th, 1899, Sarakelian Hotel Havarra, Cuba. This period photo includes an image of a Spanish-American soldier standing on the small section of non-submerged USS Maine, the protruding portion of the wreck being highly decorated with vines and ribbons. SIZE: Including frame, 10” wide x 8” high. CONDITION: Cardboard mat on which the photo is mounted had been cropped, but photo image in good condition. 4-51925 (150-250)

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WINCHESTER – TOPPERWEINS ADVERTISING PIN. The Topperwein’s husband and wife combination toured the country giving special shooting presentations for the Winchester Firearms Co. Both were crack shots and performed in some cases phenomenal feats of marksmanship and were widely advertised. This period pin depicts the husband and wife combination, each wearing wide-brimmed hats on a pale yellow background. The border of the tin advertises “The Wonderful Topperweins Who Always Shoot Winchester Guns and Cartridges.” SIZE: Diameter of tin 1-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 4-51932 (150-250)

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LOT OF FOUR WINCHESTER CATALOGS. 1) March 1903 Catalog #70, brown Moroccan leather bound salesman catalog for the Winchester line of merchandise, 162 pages plus a flyer for the Model 95 405, flyer regarding fitting new bbls and information about cartridges, a flyer on cartridges and an addenda dated May 1903 for page 142A. – Cover is extremely fine. Minor water staining with spine broken in front cover. 2) October 1911 catalog, gray cardboard cover, 202 pages. – Lightly soiled. Good to very good. 3) October 1933 catalog, home bound with hard covers. Inside with blue, white and red covers with February 1934 price list. 144 pages. – Fine. 4) 1934 catalog No. 89 blue, white and red cover. 152 pages. – Loose front cover. Otherwise fine. 4-50408, 4-50410, 4-50413, 4-50414 JR420 (300-500)

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WINCHESTER 1887 CATALOG. Black Moroccan bound with gold lettered spine. The original catalog is dated November 1887 with Kraft colored card weight covers with black lettering. 80 pages. – Slightly yellowed, but fine. 4-50406 JR422 (300-500)

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LOT OF TWO FIREARMS CATALOGS AND A TOOL CATALOG. 1) Marlin catalog dated July 1900 with very colorful and famous Frederick Remington cover of a cowboy on a horse holding a Marlin rifle. 120 pages, plus a partial label of Marlin Rust Repellant. – Front cover is nearly detached with some water staining on the bottom. Otherwise the colors remain bright with yellowed pages. 2) Savage catalog No. 65 with price list dated January 3, 1928, 24 page catalog and 5 page price list. Yellowed, card weight cover with a man shooting a wolf on the cover. – Light soil, fine. 3) Ideal hand book, tool catalog No. 17. Pink card weight covers with black lettering. 152 pages. – Taped spine, light soil and a small tear or two. Yellowed pages. 4-50430, 4-50432, 4-50433 JR426 (150-250)

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LOT OF TWO EARLY WINCHESTER CATALOGS. 1) February 1895 catalog No. 54. Kraft colored cardboard covers with black lettering. 112 pages. – Fine. Light water staining, yellowed edges. 2) 1916 Salesman catalog No. 80. 50th Anniversary catalog with 226 pages. Black Moroccan bound cover with square black leather over-label with gold embossed printing. The fly leaf inscribed. – Very fine to extremely fine. 4-50407, 4-50412 JR421 (400-600)

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LOT OF 7 CANVAS & LEATHER CARTRIDGE BELTS. Three wide Mills canvas belts, two for large rifle cartridges and one for 12 ga. shot shells. All three have large dog’s head Mills buckles. The two rifle belts have early buckles with full addresses and the shotgun belt buckle with only the maker’s name and patent number. One rifle belt is near new with about 50% gold wash. The other rifle belt is very worn and stained and retains about 70% gold wash. The shot shell belt is moderately worn with a torn loop and the buckle retains 30-40% gold wash. The fourth belt is a Mills prairie type belt for rifle or handgun cartridges with a medium sized dog’s head buckle with complete address and no patent number. The patent number is on the adjustment tab. This belt is extremely fine showing little wear with the buckle retaining about 50% gold wash. The fifth belt is a blue militia belt for large rifle cartridges with a square “US” buckle with full address & patent number, in fine condition with dark buckle. The sixth belt is a shot shell belt without buckle, only the adjusting tabs. It is soiled with moderate wear. The seventh belt is a size 34 leather belt with shoulder harnesses and brass cartridge clips, patented “1884”. The leather is dry and flexed, nearly broken through in the back with one broken strap. 4-50917 JR1079 (500-800)

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PAIR OF WWI ERA HIGH TOP BOOTS. English made brown leather boots with flat leather heels and 14-1/2” tops , size undetermined. Also included are the officer’s wood boot trees. CONDITION: Dry with crackled surface, some loose stitching but mostly intact. A fine pair of WWI boots. 4-50715 JR1081 (300-600)

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BOX OF MISCELLANEOUS MILITARY PARTS & MAGAZINES. Four 1911 & 1911A1 bbls, fair to very good; two 2-tone military 1911 magazines, fair & good; one blue military magazine, “L” code on the toe, good; seven M1 Garand clips, good; gas tube wrench; machine gun spanner wrench; 1903 striker & firing pin with spring; five pieces of Krag cleaning rod; tin of Lyman 17A sight inserts and other miscellaneous screws & parts. 4-51197 JR1126 (200-300)

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LOT OF ELEVEN MILITARY STYLE HOLSTERS, BELTS & BUCKLES. Civil War flap holster with iron stud, marked inside the flap “JW Anderson 1864”, fair. Indian Wars silver & black dress belt with eagle buckle & black leather holster, belt very good, buckle worn, holster good. Civil War era black flap holster with trigger guard cut out on an original Civil War belt with brass “US” buckle, holster is fair, belt poor, buckle good. Small commercial cartridge belt with square buckle, fair. Decorated Slim Jim holster for single action on an Indian Wars period belt with brass eagle buckle, holster repaired & worn, belt fair, buckle good. Sam Brown style Indian Wars period dress belt with silver snake buckle, fair to good. Black Civil War era belt with flat brass “US” buckle, good to very good. Cut down military holster probably ’51 Navy, very worn, with officer’s silver & brass eagle buckle on a Civil War belt, holster is poor, belt fair, buckle very good. “US” marked flap holster with two holes, brass stud, flaked, poor to fair. Brown commercial flap holster missing stud on a brown Civil War belt with brass hook and a solid brass & silver eagle buckle, holster is fair, belt good, buckle very good. Early dark brown belt with homemade repairs and solid brass eagle buckle, belt is fair, buckle good. Short braided bull whip, fair. 4-50918 JR1083 (800-1,200)

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BOX LOT OF AMMUNITION & MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Lot consists of a Bushnell silver colored 3-9X scope; a plastic rifle vice; an AR15 upper with bolt, recoil spring, original Colt 20-rd magazine, bag of small parts; 48-rds Remington & Federal 7mm Mag ammo & about 100-rds 7 mm Mag empty brass. Also included are a few miscellaneous rounds and about 50-rds 45 ACP reloads. CONDITION: Generally fine, ammunition bright, scope optics are fine. 4-51109 JR1128 (100-200)

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SIX DRAWER PINE CABINET WITH CARTRIDGE COLLECTION. Homemade pine cabinet 27” long x 11-3/4” deep x 12-1/4” high. Contains a collection of 307 miscellaneous cartridges, primarily shot shells including some early and odd makers & gauges. CONDITION: Generally good. A couple of the very early ones are swelled with only one or two broken. Case is fine. 4-50751 JR1106 (200-400)

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MEDIUM SIZED COWHIDE COVERED TRUNK. Red steer hide covered trunk with the hair on, strap iron bound, 25-1/2” long x 16-3/4” wide x 15-1/4” high. It has heart shaped iron handles on the end, one missing. It has a diamond shaped brass tack decoration in the lid and a simple iron lock on the front covered with a flap of leather. It originally had leather hinges and the inside is painted with old blue paint. CONDITION: Fair. Worn with some water damage to the back, missing about 1/3 of the hair from the lid. Hinges are broken and the lid is only supported by the hide covering. There are several cracks in the bottom and in the lid. 4-50703 JR1134 (150-350)

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SMALL FLAT TOP TRAVELING TRUNK. Black oilcloth trunk with strap iron bound edges and large brass tacks. Size: 24” long x 14” wide x 12” high. Leather handles on each end and leather hinges. Maker’s label is inside the wallpaper-lined lid. CONDITION: Poor to fair. One leather hinge broken, cracked bottom, worn and damaged top, good handles. 4-50701 JR1104 (50-100)

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BOX LOT OF THREE INDIAN WAR CARTRIDGE BOXES, TWO BAYONETS AND A SNAKE BUCKLE. 1) First cartridge box is Indian war era 45/70 box with “NJ” lead-filled box plate. Two more Indian war era cartridge boxes with wood blocks with “NJ” stamped cartridge box plates. 2) Snake belt is British circa 1900. 3) The first bayonet for a Springfield rifle, marked “US 1917” and “REMINGTON” is in fine condition. The second bayonet for an M-1 is marked “US AFH 1942”. Parkerized blade and USN MK1 scabbard. Brown plastic grips in excellent condition. 4-50863 JS84 (300-400)

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LOT OF ELEVEN ARMS & RELATED BOOKS. American Gun Makers by Gluckan & Satterlee, The American Sword 1775-1945 by Peterson, The Muzzle-Loading Cap Lock Rifle by Roberts, The Kentucky Rifle by Dillin, Maine Made Guns and Their Makers by Demeritt, U.S. Military Firearms by Hicks, Badges & Insignia of the Third Reich 1933-1945 by Davis, German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-1945 by Davis, SS Regalia by Pia, Nazi Regalia by Pia, German Combat Uniforms of World War Two Volume I by Davis. The last four are paperbacks and the first seven are hardbacks, most with dust jackets. CONDITION: Generally very good plus. 4-51195 JR1144 (200-300)

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LARGE LOT OF GUN RELATED BOOKS. Approximately 50 mostly hardback books with dust jackets. The highlights are Winchester An American Legend by Wilson, Steel Canvas The Art of American Arms by Wilson, Winchester by Williamson, Uniforms of the World by Knotel, Knotel & Sieg (2 copies), U.S. Ordnance Vol. 1 Small Arms 1776-1946 and …..1776-1940 by Hicks, The Rifle in America by Sharpe, Colt An American Legend byWilson, The Handgun by Boothroyd, A History of Arms by Reid, Textbook of Pistols and Revolvers by Hatcher, United States Muskets Rifles and Carbines by Gluckman, Guns of the Old West by Chapel, The Rifled Musket by Fuller, The Story of Colt’s Revolver by Edwards, The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle by Kauffman. In addition there are several books on the Civil War, a number of price guides and other smaller paperbacks & hardbacks. CONDITION: Generally very fine, no observed damage. 4-51195-25 JR1145 (500-1,000)

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TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD TROWEL BAYONET. Usual configuration with 10” x 3-2/8” spade shaped blade with smooth iron socket/handle. CONDITION: Fin. Blade has a light cleaned finish with scattered spots of pitting. Socket retains about 80% thinning original blue, strong and dark in sheltered areas. 4-50577 JR317 (150-250)

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LOT OF FIVE SOCKET BAYONETS. Four are trap door Springfield bayonets, one with scabbard & frog with brass “US” swivel button. –One is extremely fine with most of its original blue. Two others are very fine and one is fair. The fifth item is an 1842 bayonet with 18” blade and 7/8” socket. –Fair to good with light to moderate pitting. 4-51189-19 JR1076 (200-400)

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VERY LARGE HOMEMADE KNIFE. Large decorative knife with curved clip point Bowie shaped blade, about 17” x 2”, with a modest curve, flat ground, probably made from an old saw blade. It has an iron hand guard with a massive crown stag handle. There is a polished area on the bottom of the handle that has very old hand scratched letters “Hoyt / 1 VA Regt”. It has an iron ferrule at the hand guard. CONDITION: Blade & handle show decent age with pitting on the blade and a wonderful dark patina on the handle. This knife has possible Confederate use, but we are unable to guarantee authenticity. 4-51049 JR986 (300-500)

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LOT OF 7 SPRINGFIELD ANGULAR SOCKET BAYONETS. Five bayonets are 1861 pattern, all marked U.S. without scabbards. One is bright and clean with light spotting. Two have dark patina. One is missing the lock ring. Two others have their scabbards with frogs and U.S. brass buttons. Both have light patina with scattered fine rust, one has an “S” and an “A” inspector mark. One frog has inspector proofs and Watervliet Arsenal. One bayonet is for the Trapdoor Springfield with blue blade and blued metal scabbard with frog and brass hook hanger. Fine pitting on the blade, heavier on the socket, fine scabbard with moderate pitting. The last item is an 1861 sized fencing bayonet with 16” leather covered blade that has a large knob on the tip. The leather is marked “ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL 1906” with 2 sets of inspector initials. The leather is dry with worn edges and some loose stitching. The metal retains a dark blue patina. 4-50605 JR335 (300-500)

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LOT OF TWO MINIATURE SWORDS. Identical swords, appear to be Naval dress daggers, with about 16” narrow curved blade without fuller, “S” shaped hand guard with dolphin head quillions, fluted bone handle with eagle pommel cap. The tang is through the eagle’s head and peened over. Accompanied by their original nickel plated scabbards with two hangers and heavy cast decorative drag. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Both retain 96-98% strong original finish with minor spots on one blade and a spot of rust on one scabbard. 4-51189-15 JR1070 (300-500)

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SMALL LADIES’ IVORY HANDLED DIRK. Having a carved ivory handle with leaf design and a 4-1/2” double-sided steel blade. SIZE: Overall length 8-1/4” long. CONDITION: Horizontal crack on ivory handle. Blade has been sharpened. 4-51924 (250-450)

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MODEL 1904 HOSPITAL CORPS KNIFE. SN 18449. Fine, large bolo knife with 12” round tip blade that swells to 2-1/2” at the widest point, an “S” shaped brass hand guard with finger grip wood handle. It is marked on the left side “SA” with flaming bomb and “1911” and on the other “US” with the serial number. It is accompanied by its original brown leather Rock Island sheath, also dated “1911”, with bronze throat and steel Krag style belt loop. CONDITION: Very fine. Has been sharpened but retains about 95% original polish on the blade. Good brass handguard, hairline in the grip, extremely fine sheath. 4-51189-18 JR1077 (400-700)

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LOT OF TWO EUROPEAN BRASS HANDLED BAYONETS. 1) Heavy bayonet with 22-1/2” yaghtahan blade, iron hand guard with 7/8” socket, ball quillion on one end, flat quillion on top end, bird head shaped brass handle. –Fair to good, brown blade, nicked & dinged handle. 2) French Model 1868 with 22-1/2” yaghtahan blade, iron hook hand guard with 11/16” socket, brass handle with original iron scabbard. –blade is bright with scattered pitting, worn handle, pitted scabbard. 4-51189-17 JR1071 (300-500)

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LOT OF EIGHT AMERICAN BAYONETS. 1) 1905 Pattern Rock Island dated “1906” with canvas covered leather sheath. –Re-blued blade, fine scabbard. 2) 1917 Remington, no scabbard. –Pitted blade, good handles. 3) 1917 Remington, no scabbard. –Light rust on right side, fine on the left, very good overall. 4) Krag dated “1899”, no scabbard. –Light rust, very good. 5) WWII Garand, UC maker, no scabbard, brown plastic grips.–Pitted, worn handles, fair. 6) WWII Garand, UFH maker, with scabbard. –Very good bayonet, scabbard with broken tip. 7) Krag 1898, with scabbard. –Sharpened, good to very good, pitted scabbard, fair. 8) Utica M3 with M8 1st type scabbard. –Sharpened blade, light pitting, worn handles, good scabbard. 4-51189-20 JR982 (400-600)

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LOT OF SEVEN FOREIGN BAYONETS. 1) Identified German dress bayonet with scabbard & frog. Horster nickel plated bayonet marked on the right side with the owner’s name & address. –Extremely fine. 97% nickel. Good grips, good scabbard & frog. 2) Japanese bayonet with metal scabbard. –Very good. 85% blade & handle, 60% scabbard. 3) Italian folding bayonet with scabbard. –Fair to good. Sharpened blade, dinged handles, 50% scabbard. 4) Japanese Last Ditch bayonet, no scabbard. –About good. Gray patina, light pitting, good grips. 5) Remington 1913 Enfield dated “12/16” with British proof marks & British leather & iron scabbard. –Cleaned blade. Refinished handles, oiled leather on the scabbard. 6) 1891 Argentine, made in Germany, aluminum handles, matching steel scabbard. –Ground crest, otherwise extremely fine blade & scabbard. 7) SKS spike bayonet. –Extremely fine. 4-51189-21 JR981 (200-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON 3RD MODEL 44 HAND EJECTOR DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Spcl. SN S118327. Blue finish, 5-screw frame, with scarce 4” bbl, gold insert on the ramp front sight with adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with diamond checkered medallion grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its bright original factory finish. Gold ramp insert has been added. It has a faint cylinder line with fine muzzle & edge wear. Grips are numbered to another revolver. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51614 JR657 (500-1,000)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 29 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN S172743. Blue finish, 4-screw frame, 5” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, and diamond checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a S & W letter identifying this revolver and indicating shipment June 17, 1958 to Henkle & Joyce Hardware Co., Lincoln, NE. The letter further states that it was originally shipped with a 6.5” bbl, and the 5” must have been added later. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 94-96% strong bright original blue with light muzzle & edge wear and a light cylinder line. Grips show light to moderate wear with a hairline on the left side. Fine mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51695 JR638 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON 2ND MODEL 44 HAND EJECTOR DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Spcl. SN 24636. Blue finish, 6-1/2” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, smooth trigger & standard hammer, with diamond checkered medallion walnut grips. The left side of the grip frame under the grip is marked with a small diamond and the date “7/1/68” indicating factory refinish. Accompanied by a black nylon holster. Also accompanies is a S & W letter identifying this revolver and indicating shipment Feb. 9, 1926 to Geller, Ward & Hasner, Hardware Co., St. Loius, MO. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as refinished. Retains 96-98% bright factory blue with minor muzzle & edge wear and some fine scratches on the frame & sideplate, the grips are fine with light wear. Fine mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine holster. 4-51682 JR656 (500-1,000)

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*COLT OFFICERS MODEL MATCH FLAT TOP TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 22. SN 67278. Fine target revolver, blue finish, with 6” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, with full checkered oversize silver medallion walnut grips. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Retains most of its original bright factory finish with scattered spots of surface rust on the bbl, cylinder & frame. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51658 JR646 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-3 CLASSIC DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN TJA2417. All stainless, 6-1/2” full lug bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, trigger modified smooth with target hammer & custom contour finger groove laminated wood grips. Accompanied by a black nylon holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired and retains virtually all its fine factory finish. Fine mechanics; bright shiny bore; holster is fine. 4-51629 JR659 (300-600)

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*VERY RARE SMITH & WESSON AIR CREWMAN DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN C289167. Blue/black finish, 5-screw frame, 2” bbl, alloy frame & cylinder without steel sleeves. It has case colored trigger & hammer with flat latch & diamond checkered Air Force medallion magna grips. The back strap is inscribed “Property of U.S. Air Force”. The bbl & cylinder are numbered “C237423” while the frame & grips are numbered “C289167”. There is a large “P” on the left lower forward part of the frame. Accompanied by a Bianchi linedleather belt holster. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. Appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its fine original factory finish on the revolver. Grips show moderate wear with a couple of chips. Holster is extremely fine. 4-51897 JR661 (1,500-2,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 21 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Spcl. SN S95044. 3rd Model, 44 hand ejector, blue finish, 4” bbl, integral front sight, groove rear sight, standard trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. Accompanied by a S & W letter identfying this revolver as a Mod 1950, Pre-Mod 21, and indicating shipment April 21, 1954 to Rex Firearms Co., NYC, NY. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains about all of its original finish to revolver & grips with a faint cylinder line. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51683 JR640 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN K940206. Blued finish with 4” bbl, yellow insert and white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains 98-99% original factory finish to revolver and grips. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51647 JR482 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25-5 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. SN BAR2311. All stainless with 5-7/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, standard trigger & target hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. The crane has a latch detent installed at the top. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its original factory finish. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51773 JR483 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 28 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN S118898. Highway Patrolman, blued finish, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer and diamond checkered medallion magna grips. Accompanied by its original blue & silver 2-pc box. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. All matching except the grips which are numbered to another revolver. Retains 95-96% strong original matte blue with minor muzzle and edge wear and a light cylinder line. Grips are extremely fine with minor diamond point wear. Crisp mechanics and bore. Box is lightly soiled with minor wear. 4-51790 JR477 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 520 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN N559973. Blued finish with 4-1/8” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magna grips. Accompanied by its original blue & silver 2-pc Bangor Punta box, tools, papers, and a trigger lock. The box has an end label marked “NYSP” presumably for the NY State Police, the revolver is not so marked. CONDITION: As new, possibly unfired from the factory. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver and grips. Box is fine with scuffed and dinged edges. 4-51733 JR475 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 58 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 mag. SN N114696. Blued finish, 3-screw frame, 4” bbl, fixed sights, checkered medallion magna grips. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver and grips. Slight dulling at the muzzle edge and a minor cylinder line. 4-51888 JR485 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 28 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN N544402. Standard Highway Patrolman, matte blue finish, 5-7/8” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion grips. Accompanied by its original 2-pc blue & silver Bangor Punta box and instruction sheet. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired, retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver and grips. There are 3 or 4 small nicks on the back of the left grip. Box is extremely fine. 4-51892 JR470 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN N327629. Blued finish with scarce 3-1/2” bbl, red ramp and white outline sights, target trigger & hammer and checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by its original mahogany box with tools and papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver and grips with only a faint cylinder line. Box is equally fine. 4-51752 JR480 (300-600)

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*RUGER MARK 1 TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. SN 16-08608. Blued finish with 6-7/8” tapered round bbl and adjustable rear sight. It has black composition grips with black medallion on the right side only. It is accompanied by its original red and white 1-pc box and a total of 4 original magazines. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 93-95% original blue. Good mechanics and bright shiny bore. Box shows moderate to heavy wear but is intact. 4-51774 JR457 (200-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN N732087. Scarce nickel finish with 5-7/8” ribbed bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, and smooth Gancalvo Alves medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Retains 97-98% strong original nickel finish, has been fired and the front sight painted black. Grips have a chipped toe with light handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. Excellent mechanics. 4-51743 JR454 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 29 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 mag. SN S168350. Scarce early 5-screw model, blued finish, 4” bbl, red ramp front sight and modified adjustable rear sight. Target trigger & hammer with scarce rosewood diamond checkered silver medallion magna grips. CONDITION: Fine, retains about all of a professionally restored finish. Bbl is possibly a more recent replacement and the reblue is over very fine pitting. Left grip has a couple of grain checks. Otherwise the grips are fine with sharp checkering and are not numbered. Mechanics are fine with bright shiny bore. 4-51736 JR456 (350-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 64-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 spcl. SN 7D98219. All stainless revolver with 2” bbl, fixed sights, and checkered medallion round butt grips. CONDITION: Used with about 95% original finish. Very fine grips. Non-original box. 4-51788 JR461 (150-250)

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*INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON K-22 MASTERPIECE DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 22LR, SN K13278. Blued finish, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, early hammer with trigger and nicely figured diamond checkered silver medallion magna grips. The sideplate is nicely engraved “EDWIN PUGSLEY”. Mr. Pugsley is an extremely well known figure from the Winchester Repeating Arms Co from the 1920’s into the 1950’s. Accompanied by a S & W letter identifying this as a persentation revolver engrave with Mr. Pugsley’s name and indicating shipment on Dec. 9, 1947 to Mr. Edwin Pugsley, Winchester Arms Co, New Haven, CT. The revolver was a gift from Mr. C. R. Hellstrom, President of Smith & Wesson. “Mr. Pugsley was Wincheste r executive, who was in charge of the Manufacturing Engineering Dept”. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching including grips. Retains 96-97% strong bright blue. Sideplate has been refinished. Grips are exceptionally fine. Trigger and hammer retain most of their slightly faded case colors. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51859 JR486 (750-1,250)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN N386362. Blue finish, 6-1/2” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its bright original factory finish to both revolver & grips. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51701 JR514 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 14-3 DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 8K18999. Blued finish, 6” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Fine. Retains most of an old restored finish,. Fine mechanics. Bright shiny bore. 4-51655 JR515 (200-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 28-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S222511. Matte blue finish with 6” bbl, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 95-96% original blue with moderate muzzle and edge wear, heavier on the cylinder. Cylinder has an area of heavy rust. Grips are fine. Good mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-51667 JR530 (200-400)

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*RUSSIAN NAGANT REVOLVER. Cal. 7.62 Nagant. SN AK731. Standard DBL action revolver with 4-5/8” bbl, articulated ejector rod and 2-pc checkered wood grips. The left side is dated “1938”. It is accompanied by a spare, unfluted cylinder that appears to be in caliber 32 S&W. Import marks on the bbl. CONDITION: Fine, as refinished. Good grips. Spare cylinder appears new. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51864 JR516 (150-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 2-BBL SET. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S105963. Very unusual piece, 5-screw frame with 3-1/2” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. Accompanied by a second bbl that is 8-3/8” long that is numbered to the revolver. Also accompanies is a Smith & Wesson letter identifying this revolver and indicating that it was shipped March 2, 1954 to Abercrombie & Fitch Co., New York City, NY with a 3-1/2” bbl. Mr. Jinks states that the extra bbl would have been an addition by the service department after the revolver was shipped. He further states that it is very unusual to have both bbls still together. Also included is a reproduced article titled “The Evolution of the .357 Magnum” by Jess Lucio, Jr. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. All matching including both bbls and grips. Retains 98-99% strong bright original factory finish to both revolver & grips with a light cylinder line. Has been fired but very little. 8” bbl does not appear to have ever been installed. Grips are crisp with a small bruise on the right side and light diamond point wear. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51838 JR520 (1,000-1,500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN BJB9206. All stainless, 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Has been fired but retains most of its original factory finish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51866 JR517 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN N319472. Blued finish, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains about all of its bright original factory blue. Grips have minor nicks around the ejection area and on the bottom. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51659 JR518 (400-700)

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*RARE SMITH & WESSON COMMERCIAL VICTORY MODEL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN SV812308. Rare blued finish Victory Model with 4” bbl, integral half moon front sight, case colored trigger & hammer with diamond checkered silver medallion magna grips. Accompanied by a gold & blue 2-pc box for a 38 M&P revolver. Also accompanies is a Smith & Wesson letter, identifying this revolver and indicating that it was shipped March 11, 1946 to Belknap Hardware Company, Louisville, Kentucky. It also states that “This is one of the left-over revolvers originally made for sale to the U.S. Government converted to a commercial model after WWII ended”. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching including the grips. Retains 95-97% strong original factory blue. Hammer & trigger retain virtually all their original case colors. Grips are exceptionally fine with light wear on the right side and retain most of their original varnish. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-51808 JR522 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN 2K67605. Nickel finish, 6” bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by its original silver & blue 2-pc Bangor Punta box with tools. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its bright original factory finish to revolver & grips. Box is equally new. 4-51889 JR532 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN N942897. Blue finish, 5-7/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by its original blue, 1-pc box with tools & papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish to both revolver & grips, faint cylinder line. Bright shiny bore. 4-51895 JR498 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 36-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN BER4188. Blued finish, 2” bbl, fixed sights, smooth trigger, checkered medallion round butt grips. Accompanied by its original blue 1-pc box. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains about all of its original bright factory finish, light cylinder line. Very good box. 4-51831 JR529 (200-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25-5 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. SN N657021. Blue finish, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves magnum grips. Accompanied by an original Smith & Wesson mahogany box with tools & instruction pamphlet. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its fine bright original factory finish to both revolver & grips. Crisp mechanics & bright shiny bore with a faint cylinder line. Box is fine with damaged plastic interior. 4-51730 JR521 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON K-38 DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN K99950. Blued finish, 5-screw frame, 6” bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer with diamond checkered silver medallion magna grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching including the grips. Retains 96-97% original factory blue, with freshened and refinished grips. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51865 JR491 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 66-4 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN BSJ7023. All stainless with 6” bbl, red ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer with rnd butt, checkered medallion grips. Accompanied by its original 1-pc blue box with tools and papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish with a faint cylinder line. Box is extremely fine. 4-51823 JR494 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN N454219. Blued finish, 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves magnum grips. Accompanied by an original factory mahogany case with tools. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Retains 94-96% strong bright original factory blue and about all of the grip finish. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. Box is fine with a few minor scratches and minor damage to the plastic insert. 4-51741 JR523 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN S238196. Blue finish, 3-screw frame, 6” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box with screwdriver and rod. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Retains 95-96% strong bright original blue, with light muzzle & edge wear, a light cylinder line and some minor spotting on the sideplate and left side of the frame. Grips are sound and retain most of their dull finish. Fine mechanics, bright shiny bore. Box is clean with broken plastic liner. 4-51815 JR536 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 mag. SN S299007. Blued finish, 3-screw frame, 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer and checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a relined Smith & Wesson mahogany box. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver and grips with only a faint cylinder line. Grips and bore are crisp. Box is relined but fine. 4-51750 JR474 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N463385. Blued finish, 3-screw frame, 6” bbl, red ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, checkered medallion magnum Goncalvo Alves grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains 96-97% strong bright original factory finish to revolver & grips, crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-51812 JR545 (300-500)

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LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL WAR CARTRIDGES, BULLETS, AND BUTTONS. This lot consists of a Burnside brass cartridge, a Maynard 50 cal brass cartridge, an excavated unfired 58 cal mini-ball, 2 excavated military buttons with eagles, and 3 musket caps. CONDITION: Burnside cartridge has a couple of small dents, otherwise fine. Maynard cartridge is fine. Buttons are discolored and worn with a small dent in one. 4-50312 JR331 (50-100)

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SHARPS RIFLE CO. POWDER TIN. Half-pound size, rectangular. 3” wide x 4-1/4” tall x 1-1/4” deep, with a domed lid and a metal screw cap. It is painted black on all sides except the bottom, which is lacquered metal. It has a rectangular label on one side that is faded orange color with black lettering of the Sharps Rifle Co., Bridgeport, Conn. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 92-93% original black paint with minor chips and scratches and one spot of rust on the back. Label is fine, completely intact with sharp lettering. 4-50389 JR408 (300-500)

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AMES U.S.N. FOULED ANCHOR FLASK. Large copper body dbl sided flask, 9-1/4” overall length including a 1-1/2” spout. It has “N.P. Ames” on one side of the top and the date “1843” with script initials “JL” on the other side. It has a small “P” proof on the collar and “R.” initials on the neck of the flask. CONDITION: Good to very good. Spring is broken and one screw is missing, otherwise it is fine under a very heavy coating of old patina, with a couple of small dents. 4-51174 JR928 (200-400)

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AMES PEACE FLASK. Usual configuration, large copper bodied flask, 7-1/4” body length with a short 4-position spout. It is dbl sided with an American eagle holding olive branch & arrows surmounting a sunburst with clasping hands. all inside a circle of 26 stars which surmounts a trophy of arms with helmet & US shield. It has two triangle hangers and near the top has the inspector initials “WS”. The top is unmarked & undated. CONDITION: Good to very good. Two or three minor dents with a nice medium dark patina overall. Spring is fine. 4-51428 JR941 (400-600)

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CIVIL WAR TYPE BRASS BUGLE. Small early brass bugle about 7-1/2” overall, plus mouthpiece, marked on the top “.10W. York & Sons / Grand Rapids / Michigan U.S.A.”. CONDITION: Fair to good. Nicked & dented, showing heavy use but still intact. Mouthpiece is a replacement. Retains most of an old polish. 4-51196 JR978 (100-300)

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PAIR OF GREENE CARBINE LOCKPLATES. Complete locks with internal parts and hammers and Maynard tape primer mechanisms. They are identical, with Mass Arms markings of “U.S.A. 1856” and a large crown over “VxR”. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Both retain about 95% faded case colors with one being slightly better than the other. 4-50761 JR295 (200-400)

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LOT OF 2 CIVIL WAR BELTS AND A PRAIRIE BELT. 1) Mills type canvas belt with 50 large diameter rifle cartridge loops, brass fittings, and a large “US” brass buckle. The belt is yellowed but sound and the buckle and brass fittings have a nice patina. 2) Plain black belt with sword hanger removed, rectangular brass “US” buckle. Also included is a black “US” marked McKeever box for large diameter cartridges. The belt is supple and clean, the box is dry with crackled edges and verdigris around the brass. The brass buckle tab is missing from the belt. 3) Dark brown belt with hook adjustment and rectangular brass “US” buckle with original tab attached. The tab end of the belt has 2 sets of inspector initials and the buckle end of the belt has a large “50” stamped on it. Also accompanied by a brown “US” McKeever box for large cartridges. Marked on the back “ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL”. Additionally accompanied by a socket bayonet for trapdoor rifles with bright blade and blued socket with fine blued metal scabbard with brown frog marked “A.R. SMITH”. The belt is dry and flexed but still sound. The box is dry with crackled edges and some finish loss. The bayonet has scattered light pitting. 4-50717 JR336 (250-400)

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HAND CARVED WALNUT SIGN. Made from a very old piece of walnut drift wood approximately 2’ long by 10” high, slightly curved and carved with an oblong frame of foliate patterns with a gold painted ribbon in the center inscribed “THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS”. CONDITION: A couple of minor chips. Otherwise fine and retains most of its custom finish. 4-50817 JR249 (150-250)

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U.S. ARMY ELEVATION AND DEFLECTION CHARTS FOR 105 HOWITZER. Four Masonite slide charts, 18” x3-1/2”, with clear plastic slides labeled for the 105 mm Howitzer and dated “Jan 90”. Accompanied by a green nylon carrying case. CONDITION: Very fine. 4-50702 JR338 (50-150)

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SEARS & ROEBUCK MARKETED SKELETON REVOLVER STOCK. Nickel finish, about 13” overall, with screw adjustable clamp to fit over the butt of a revolver. There is some lettering on one side that is indecipherable. CONDITION: Good. Retains 70-75% original nickel, dark brown in the missing areas. Appears to be functional. 4-50718 JR334 (150-250)

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CIVIL WAR CANTEEN. Model 1859, flat-sided, Union canteen. Canteen throat is scratched with soldier’s name “W. W. TUTTLE (?)”. Canteen is a barn or attic find. Cover and sling are very dirty. Still retains original stopper and chain. CONDITION: Cover has a couple quarter-sized holes and has come un-sewn at top edge. 4-50496 JS86 (250-350)

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LARGE SAFARI STYLE LEATHER AMMUNITION BOX. Made of heavy cowhide, 12” long x 9” wide x 9” high. With fitted lid, two straps & buckles over the top and a leather handle on top. Appears to be a very old, probably late 19th century box. CONDITION: Very dark & stained with heavy soil, some loose stitching, intact straps, a fine old box. 4-50714 JR1140 (100-200)

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MASSACHUSETTS SHAKO HAT. 20th C. makers label reads “HARDING UNIFORM & REGALIA COMPANY, 30 FRANKLIN STREET, BOSTON, MASS”. Black cotton liner with drawstring. 1-3/4” sweatband of brown leather. . Felt body with leather binding. Blue and white pompom. Massachusetts side buttons. Hat plate with motto “MONSTRAT VIAM”. Probably from a Massachusetts military academy. CONDITION: Excellent. 4-50383 JS88 (100-200)

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PAIR OF WWI ERA HIGH TOP BOOTS. English made brown leather boots with flat leather heels and 12-1/2” tops , size 8-1/2D marked on the inside, “Made in England”, with a crest. Also included are the officer’s wood & brass boot trees. CONDITION: Dry with crackled surface but intact. A fine pair of WWI boots. 4-50716 JR1080 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN S252313. Early model 57, blued finish, 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, with diamond checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by an original flocked foam lined mahogany box with tools. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original bright factory finish to both revolver & grips, with a faint cylinder line. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. Box lining is slightly worn otherwise fine. 4-51855 JR503 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 57 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN S248349. Nickel finish, 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, with diamond checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box that has been relined, with tools. Also accompanies is a Smith & Wesson letter identifying this revolver as having been shipped Jan. 22, 1965 to Gopher Shooter’s Supply Co., Fairbault, MN, and was ordered by the city of Ocilla, GA Police Dept. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. May be unfired. Retains virtually all its bright nickel and grip finish. Box is fine as relined. 4-51854 JR570 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 49-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN BSC9422. Blued finish, 2” bbl, fixed sights, semi-hammerless frame with checkered medallion round butt grips. Accompanied by its original 1-pc blue box. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish, with a faint cylinder line and a small rub on the back strap. Box is worn and dinged but intact. 4-51876 JR513 (200-400)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 357 Mag. 1) Model 686. SN AJV1445. All stainless, 6” full lug bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, replacement magnum grips–Extremely fine. 97-98% original finish; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine nylon holster. 2) Model 681. SN ABY6809. All stainless, 4” full lug bbl, fixed sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, replacement magnum grips–Extremely fine. 98-99% satin finish; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine leather holster. 4-51616, 4-51630 JR713 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN 875076. All stainless with 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box & tools. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains most of its original factory finish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. Box is fine. Rubber lining has deteriorated and is gone. 4-51619 JR564 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N832508. Blued finish, 3-screw frame, 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, standard trigger & target hammer, with checkered Goncalvo Alvez medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box that needs relining. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original bright factory finish to revolver & grips, with a faint cylinder line. Box exterior is fine. 4-51740 JR541 (300-600)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 629-2. Cal. 44 Mag. SN BBN5393. All stainless, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & target hammer, magnum grips–Extremely fine. 96-98% original finish; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine nylon holster. 2) Model 625-2. Cal. 45 Colt. SN BDC3689. All stainless, 5” full lug bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, round butt laminated finger groove grips–Extremely fine. 98-99% overall; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. Accompanied by original box. 4-51639 4-51833 JR715 (500-900)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 15-3. Cal. 38 Spc. SN 3K5789. Nickel finish, 2” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth medallion square butt grips, standard trigger & hammer–Extremely fine. 97-98% nickel. Extremely fine grips. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. 2) Model 27-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N184702. Blue, 8-3/8” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips.–Extremely fine, as new. Has been fired. Retains virtually all original finish. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-51637, 4-51663 JR716 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S140212. Blue finish, 3-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. Accompanied by an original mahogany case with tools and papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching including the grips. Retains 96-98% strong bright original blue, fine mechanics, bright shiny bore and fine grips. Extremely fine case. 4-51867 JR490 (300-600)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Spcl. 1) Model 49. SN J746116. Blue, 2” bbl, fixed sights, semi-hammerless, target trigger, round butt wood grips–Extremely fine. 97-98% blue. Fine grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 37 Airweight. SN J756971. Blue, 3” bbl, fixed sights, alloy frame, standard trigger & hammer, round butt wood grips–Extremely fine, as new. Crisp action, bright shiny bore. 4-51621, 4-51846 JR725 (300-500)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 28-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N509867. Blue, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 98% blue, light freckled rust, good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 15-3. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 3K12115. Blue, 2” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magna grips–extremely fine, 98% blue, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 3) Model 15-4. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 24K5289. Blue, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 95-96% blue, light wear, freckles of rust, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine leather holster. 4-51636, 4-51668, 4-51681 JR700 (450-750)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 17-3. Cal. 22 LR. SN 3K44506. Blue, 8-3/8” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–Extremely fine. 96-97% blue. New grips; crisp action; bright shiny bore; fine nylon holster. 2) Model 14-4. Cal. 38 Spcl.. SN 24K0174. Blue, 8-3/8” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–Extremely fine. 98-99% blue. New grips, crisp action, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. Accompanied by original 2-pc box and papers. 4-51613, 4-51874 JR724 (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 MODERN AMERICAN HANDGUNS. 1) Smith & Wesson Model 16-4. Cal. 32 Magnum. SN BFE7829. Blue, 8-3/8” full lug bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–Very fine to extremely fine. 95-97% original blue. Extremely fine grips; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine leather holster. 2) Ruger Mark I. Cal. 22 LR. SN 328066. Blue, 6-7/8” heavy bbl, adjustable sights, thumb rest, black eagle grips–About fine. 90% blue; chipped grips; bright shiny bore; fine leather holster. 4-51670, 4-51671 JR718 (300-600)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 67. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 3K89204. All stainless, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger, standard hammer, magnum grips—fine. Retains most original finish, new grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 2) Model 10-6. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN D539124. Blue, 4” heavy bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very good, 90% blue, new grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, good military leather swivel holster. 3) Model 27-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N379827. Blue, 8-3/8” bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–extremely fine, 96-97% blue, new grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51623, 4-51628, 4-51661 JR702 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model Pre-29. Cal. 44 Mag. SN S173785. Blue, 4-screw frame, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, diamond checkered magnum grips–Very fine to extremely fine. 96-98% original blue. Extremely fine grips. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. 2) Model 57-1. Cal. 41 Mag. SN AVF6005. Blue, 4”, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–Extremely fine. 97-98% original blue. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. Accompanied by original box. 4-51650, 4-51746 JR717 (500-900)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 22 LR. 1) Model 18-3. SN 8K73515. Blue, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–Very fine to extremely fine. 96-98% finish. New grips; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine suede holster. 2) Pre-model 18. SN K246693. Blue, 5-screw frame, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & target hammer with diamond checkered magna grips–Very fine to extremely fine. All matching except grips. 96-97% blue; very fine grips; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine nylon holster. 4-51609, 4-51649 JR719 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30 WCF. SN 308182. Semi-deluxe rifle with 26” oct to rnd bbl, hunting bead front sight, 3-leaf carbine rear sight and “I” style checkering with pistol grip stock and crescent butt plate. CONDITION: Fair to good. Bbl retains 40-50% thin original blue, the receiver about 30% with the balance a silver/gray patina. Forearm has a crack, otherwise the wood is sound with traces of original finish showing very heavy wear. Strong dark bore. 4-51948 JR1174 (300-600)

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*ALTERED WINCHESTER HIGH WALL WINDER MUSKET. Cal. 22 Short. SN 121766. Standard musket with 28” rnd bbl, brass bead, pedestal front sight, no rear sight, with an added non-Winchester Marbles tang sight. The forearm has been cut down and the stock has a replaced swivel. The bbl is double proofed signifying a replacement. CONDITION: As noted above, about very good. Bbl retains about 90% original blue with scattered light surface rust. Receiver retains most of an old refinish with scattered light pitting. Wood retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-50447 JR815 (400-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30 WCF. SN 347702. Standard grade rifle, 26” oct bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood, straight stock, crescent butt. CONDITION: Good. Bbl 60%, receiver is gray. Wood is sound and refinished. Strong dark bore. 4-51952 JR1175 (300-600)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38 WCF (38-40). SN 49799. Standard grade rifle with 24-1/4” oct bbl, full magazine, half nickel front sight with screw, semi-buckhorn rear sight and a Lyman tang sight, uncheckered wood, crescent butt. CONDITION: Good to very good. Mostly brown patina overall with traces of blue on the bbl and 75% on the magazine tube. Tang sight modified to fit this rifle. Wood is sound, gouge in the forearm, with traces of original finish. Bright bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-51950 JR1177 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32 WS. SN 1940974. Standard grade rifle with 24” tapered rnd bbl, ramp front sight with hood, semi-buckhorn rear sight, 2/3 magazine, uncheckered wood, beavertail forearm with pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. Non-factory swivels on stock and forend cap. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Retains about 90% overall, magazine tube blue/brown, refinished wood, bright shiny bore. 4-51958 JR1178 (500-1,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38 WCF (38-40). SN 224217. Standard grade rifle with 24” oct bbl, full magazine, standard front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood, straight stock, crescent buttplate with trap. CONDITION: Fair to good. Traces of original finish remain on the bbl & receiver, being mostly a crusty brown patina. Forearm has a crack on each side, otherwise the wood is sound with an old refinish. Mechanics are fine, worn dark bore. 4-51957 JR1187 (500-1,000)

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COLT MEDIUM FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. Cal. 32 WCF (32-20). SN 27610. Standard grade rifle with 26” oct bbl, full magazine, Rocky Mtn. front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight. It has uncheckered straight stock with crescent butt and checkered 2-pc forearm. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains 75-80% original blue turning plum and the magazine tube mostly brown patina with some pitting. Receiver retains 50-60% thin blue with light surface rust and patina. Trigger guard has light rust overall. Good mechanics, worn dark bore. 4-51949 JR1186 (750-1,250)

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*SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 65 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 218 Bee. SN 1001314. Standard grade rifle with 24” tapered rnd bbl, ramp front sight with hood, blank in the rear seat with original bolt peep. It has half magazine with uncheckered wood, beavertail forearm, pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. CONDITION: Very good, as refinished. Retains most of that custom blue. Wood has been exposed to water. Stockhas two or three grain checks with loose finish, otherwise is sound. Bright shiny bore, mechanics are fine. 4-51964 JR1179 (500-1,000)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 10 RIOT GUN. Cal. 12 ga. SN 42569. Usual configuration with 20” cylinder bbl with silver bead, uncheckered wood with round ribbed forearm and semi-pistol grip round knob stock, Remington hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 93-95% overall with strong bright blue. Light spotting on the bbl and a few spots on the receiver. Wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish with some oil stain on the wrist. Bright shiny bore. 4-51939 JR1188 (300-600)

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ANTIQUE WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30 WCF (30-30). SN 25099. Early standard grade rifle with 26” rnd bbl, full magazine, ivory bead hunting front sight with 3-leaf carbine rear sight. It has uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent buttplate. CONDITION: Good. Bbl and magazine mostly brown patina. Receiver about 30% thin blue with the balance dark patina. Stock has a couple of hairlines at the wrist with the wood retaining an old refinish. Good mechanics, strong dark bore. 4-51954 JR1185 (300-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32 WS. SN 1179025. Standard grade rifle with 24” tapered rnd bbl, ramp front sight, missing its hood, replacement semi-buckhorn rear sight. It has uncheckered wood, semi-beavertail forearm with pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl & magazine tube retain 85-90% original blue, thin on the bbl with a spot of rust on the magazine tube. Receiver retains 65-75% flaking original blue with the balance silver. Wood is sound with a gouge on the stock and most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-51960 JR1184 (400-700)

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*LOT OF TWO WINCHESTER MODEL 94 RIFLE & CARBINE. Cal. 30 WCF. 1) SN 576027. Standard grade rifle with 26” rnd bbl, full magazine, replacement front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood, crescent butt. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl & magazine tube retain 85-90% thin original blue, receiver is a gray patina. Wood is sound, refinished. Strong bore, dark in the grooves, mechanics are fine. 2) SN 1014123. Standard grade saddle ring carbine with 20″ bbl, full magazine, standard wood, carbine butt, saddle ring stud on the left side, no rear sight, Marbles tang sight. CONDITION: Good. 40-50% bbl blue, gray receiver. Sound wood with no finish, good mechanics, strong bright bore. 4-51953, 4-51955 JR1180 (600-1,000)

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*LOT OF TWO WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP RIFLES. 1) *Cal. 22 WRF. SN 173111. Standard grade rifle with 24” oct bbl, 3/4 magazine, standard wood & sights, crescent butt. –Replacement bbl, 75% overall, missing forearm screw, sound wood, strong bright bore, minor mechanical problem with the elevator. 2) Antique. Cal. 22 Short. SN 18017. Standard grade rifle with 24-1/4” oct bbl, fixed sights, standard wood, crescent butt, 3/4 magazine, case colored receiver. –Mostly brown patina with silvered case colors on the receiver, no finish on the wood, wood is sound, worn dark bore, good mechanics. 4-51947, 4-51961 JR1176 (400-700)

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*LOT OF TWO WINCHESTER RED LETTER MODEL 37 SINGLE BBL SHOTGUNS. 1) Cal. 410. NSN. Usual configuration, narrow hammer with 28” full choke bbl, uncheckered wood, large round forearm, “WINCHESTER” on the bottom, standard wood, hard rubber buttplate. –Fair to good, blue/brown bbl, gray receiver with rust spotting, crack at the wrist, 75% varnish, bright shiny bore. 2) Cal. 12 ga. NSN. Wide hammer, “WINCHESTER” on the bottom, 30” full choke bbl, large forearm with tapered tip, pistol grip stock, hard rubber buttplate, letter “S” and number “10726” stamped in the butt. –Very good, about 90% blue, scattered light rust, fine wood, 90% varnish, bright shiny bore. 4-51936, 4-51941 JR1189 (300-500)

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*LOT OF TWO SHOTGUNS. 1) Winchester Model 59. Cal. 12 ga. SN 174766A. Standard grade semi-auto with 30” bbl including a Cutts Compensator, fiberglass bbl, steel receiver, checkered wood, pistol grip stock, Winchester buttplate. –Very fine, retains most of the factory finish on the bbl & receiver, the wood is sound, light use & handling marks, with a piece of tape adhesive on the stock. Bright shiny bore, good mechanics. 2) Stevens Model 107B Single Barrel. Cal. 16 ga. NSN. Usual configuration with 28” modified bbl, case colored receiver, uncheckered wood, pistol grip stock, hard rubber buttplate. –Very fine, about 98% bbl & receiver, wear on the trigger guard, cleaned wood, good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51935, 4-51937 JR1190 (300-500)

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*LOT OF TWO SHOTGUNS. 1) Browning Model 12. Cal. 20 ga. SN 04210PN832. Standard grade with 26” vent rib modified bbl, beautiful walnut with large checkered forearm & pistol grip stock with Browning composition buttplate. –Extremely fine, has been fired but retains virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal & wood with four or five small spots of rust on top of the receiver. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Lefever Nitro Special. Cal. 12 ga. SN 290491. 30” bbls choked FULL/MOD. Boxlock receiver with double triggers & extractors, the wrist amateur carved, splinter forearm, Pachmayr pad. –As noted, good, bbls are a blue/brown, strong in sheltered areas, receiver is cleaned to white, wood is sound and refinished. Good mechanics, bright bores. 4-51940, 4-51942 JR1181 (400-700)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT POCKET PISTOLS. 1) Model 1903. Cal. 32 ACP. SN 178603. Blue finish, 3-3/4” bbl, with rampant Colt hard rubber grips, 2-tone original magazine. –Extremely fine, retains about 98% strong bright original blue with a couple of small spots on the slide. Left grip turning brown, both grips have sharp checkering, bright shiny bore with a few spots. 2) Model 1908. Cal. 380 ACP. SN 68168. Blue finish, 3-3/4” bbl, ramp Colt hard rubber grips, 2-tone original magazine. –Very good to fine, about 95% original blue, moderately worn grips, left side turning brown, bright shiny bore. 4-51966, 4-51974 JR1204 (500-800)

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*LOT OF TWO BROWNING SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. Cal. 380 ACP. 1) M. 1922. SN 71N14518. Blue finish, 4-3/8” bbl, adjustable sights, black plastic grips with thumb rest and finger rest magazine. –Extremely fine, as new, has been fired, retains virtually all its original factory finish. 2) Pocket Model. SN 618224. Blue finish, 3-3/8” bbl, fixed sights, flat black plastic grips. –As new, possibly unfired, retains virtually all its original factory finish. Both have brilliant shiny bores and fine grips. 4-51971, 4-51975 JR1198 (500-800)

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*LOT OF TWO WALTHER SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. 1) TPH. Cal. 22 LR. SN T012413. All stainless, tiny pocket pistol with 2-3/4” bbl, fixed sights, black plastic grips, finger rest magazine. –As new, appears to be unfired, retains virtually all its original factory finish. 2) Walther PP-Super. Cal. 9X18. SN 15117. Blue finish, 3-1/2” bbl, adjustable rear sight, double action, with black plastic thumb rest grips. –Fine to very fine, 90% original blue, thin on the front strap, good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51968, 4-51976 JR1203 (500-800)

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*LOT OF TWO DA REVOLVERS. 1) Smith & Wesson Model 27-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN N34192. Blue finish, 3-1/2” bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with after market thumb rest grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, possibly unfired, retains virtually all of its original factory finish, crisp mechanics, brilliant shiny bore. 2) Colt Pocket Positive. Cal. 32 S&W. SN 115775. Blue finish, 2-1/2” bbl, integral half moon front sight, grooved rear sight, Colt logo black hard rubber round butt grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, possibly unfired, retains virtually all of its original factory finish. Crisp grips, crisp action, brilliant shiny bore. 4-51965, 4-51969 JR1201 (500-800)

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*COLT PRE-SERIES 70 LIGHTWEIGHT COMMANDER. Cal. 9mm. SN 53275-LW. Blue finish, 4-1/4” bbl, fixed sights, Commander hammer, Pachmayr grips & rubber backed spring housing. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 95% original blue. Frame 97% black anodized finish. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51977 JR1199 (400-700)

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*RUGER OLD MODEL BLACK HAWK REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN 123915. 3-screw frame, unaltered, blue finish, 6-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights, black eagle 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired, but retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver & grips. Bright shiny bore, crisp mechanics. 4-51978 JR1200 (200-400)

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*COLT PRE-WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. SN 40157. Blue finish, 6-5/8” tapered rnd bbl, adjustable front & rear sights, full checkered walnut grips, 2-tone magazine & standard velocity spring housing. CONDITION: About good. Retains 40-50% blue, worn grips with a crack in the right side. Bright shiny bore. 4-51972 JR1202 (150-250)

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*LOT OF TWO SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. 1) Beretta Model 1934. Cal. 380 ACP. SN F52263. Blue finish, 3-1/2” bbl, dated “1942”, with embossed logo hard rubber grips. Army model with “RE” proof and finger rest magazine. –Very good to fine, 88-90% blue, holster wear, good grips, pitting on the magazine, bright shiny bore. 2) Composite Colt Combat Commander. Cal. 38 Super. SN B23167. Unmarked aftermarket frame with Colt Combat Commander slide, fixed sights, military brown plastic grips with one aftermarket magazine. –Very good, retains about 96-97% custom satin finish, fine grips & magazine, bright shiny bore. 4-51967, 4-51970 JR1205 (500-800)

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LOT OF PLASTIC PISTOL CASES, CARDBOARD PISTOL BOXES, AND WOOD CASES. Nice lot of about 30 rigid molded plastic pistol cases with foam liners. About a dozen of them are Smith and Wesson cases with logos molded into the lids. Around a dozen used worn cardboard pistol boxes included, most of them S&W, and two Bangor Punta mahogany cases, one with damage, the other new in sleeve. 4-51864-28 SO10 (75-100)

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LARGE LOT OF SOFT PISTOL CASES. Two 16” x 16” x 16” cartons filled with soft pistol cases. Variety of cases, including leather, vinyl, nylon, etc, most in excellent condition. 4-51909-42 SO (50-100)

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352

*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 57. Cal. 41 Mag. SN S299909. Electroless nickel finish, 4” bbl, 2-hole magna porting, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & target hammer, finger groove grips–extremely fine, crisp action, bright shiny bore, with fine leather holster. 2) Model 29-3. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AFE1794. Blue, 6” bbl, red ramp white outline sights, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–extremely fine, retains most of its original finish, fine nylon holster. 4-51680, 4-51768 JR699 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 15-3 Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 5K13706. Blue, 4” pinned bbl, adjustable sights, magnum grips–extremely fine, about 98% overall, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 10-5 Cal. 38 Spcl. SN D287721. Blue, 6” bbl, fixed sights, magna grips–has been fired, about new, about 99% original finish, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 3) Model 27-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S240853. Blue 8-3/8” bbl, , adjustable sights, Pachmayr grips–good to very good, missing thumb latch and sight insert, bent rear sight, mechanical problems, parts are in a bag. 4-51625, 4-51631, 4-51810 JR697 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 629-2. Cal. 44 Mag. SN AJW2471. All stainless, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger, target hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 97-98% overall, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 2) Model 58. Cal. 41 Mag. SN S257502. Blue, 4” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 95-97% overall, new grips, crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 4-51618, 4-51627 JR708 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN N850696. All stainless, 6” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box with blue foam lining that has deteriorated. CONDITION: As new. May have been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver & grips. Box is fine. Lining has deteriorated. 4-51814 JR569 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 14-4 DA TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 27K7322. Blued finish, 8-3/8” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a box for another revolver and K38 instruction pamphlet. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original bright factory finish to the revolver & grips. Crisp mechanics & bright shiny bore. 4-51704 JR583 (250-400)

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*RUGER NEW MODEL BLACKHAWK REVOLVER. Cal. 357. SN 32-44383. Blue finish, 6-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights, with 2-pc medallion walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired, but retains virtually all its original factory finish to revolver & grips. A series of tiny scratches on the left side of the bbl. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 4-51579 JR1015 (250-350)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 39-2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9 mm. SN A121325. Blue finish, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, short extractor, checkered medallion walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains about 99% strong bright original finish to pistol & grips. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 4-51578 JR1016 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 43, KIT GUN. Cal. 22. SN 5755. Early airweight flat latch small frame revolver with 3-1/2” bbl, adjustable rear sight, alloy frame & cylinder with diamond checkered medallion square butt grips. Accompanied by a blue & gold 2-pc Smith & Wesson K32 box. CONDITION: About fine. Retains 95-96% original finish overall with a moderate cylinder line and very fine grips. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore, box is worn. 4-51694 JR578 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. SN BAS5124. All stainless hunter model with 8-3/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, smooth trigger & target hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. The bbl rib is slotted for scope bases. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish with light handling & use marks. Crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-51817 JR551 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 14-4 TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 83K8091. Blue finish, 6” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 94-96% strong bright original blue with light muzzle & fine edge wear and a light cylinder line. Fine mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51622 JR579 (250-400)

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362

*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25-5 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 Colt. SN N764504. Blue finish, 3-screw frame, 4” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion Goncalvo Alves magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box with deteriorated foam lining. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains 96-98% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and edge wear and a faint cylinder line. Grips are crisp; fine mechanics; bright shiny bore. Outside of box is fine. 4-51642 JR631 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 657-4 SPECIAL ORDER REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN HCH0087. Made by the Smith & Wesson “Performance Center” and so marked on the left side of the frame. It is all stainless with a 7-3/4” full lug bbl which includes the 4-slot muzzle brake. It has a ramp front sight and white outline adjustable rear sight, smooth trigger with over travel screw & target hammer with finger groove 2-pc laminated grips. It is accompanied by its original blue plastic case with trigger lock. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine. Appears unfired retaining virtually all its original factory satin finish with fine cylinder line. Box is also fine. 4-51818 JR555 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 13-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN 2D61010. Blue finish, 4” heavy bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger & hammer, with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 94-96% original finish with muzzle wear and slight sharp edge wear, with light surface rust on the bbl. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51669 JR574 (150-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S218714. Blue finish, 6” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trimmer & hammer, with diamond checkered medallion magnum grips. The serial number is marked in the yoke cutout and the back of the cylinder is stamped with an “L” signifying the new “Left Hand” threads on the ejector rod. Accompanied by a gold & blue 2-pc box for a similar revolver. Also accompanies is a Smith & Wesson letter identifying this revolver and indicating it was shipped June 26, 1962 to M & H Sporting Goods Co., Philadelphia, PA. Mr. Jinks further states that the 27-1 revolvers are a rare variation to find and that they can be identified by the “special “L” stamp on the cylinder”. He states that the “L” marking was used at the time of the change from right hand to left hand thread extractor rods while the factory was still assembling both types. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired but retains virtually all its original bright factory finish with a faint cylinder line. Extremely fine grips, crisp mechanics and bright shiny bore. Box is worn with fuzzed edges. 4-51693 JR576 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 58 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Mag. SN S259246. Blued finish, 4” bbl, 3-screw frame, red ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, target trigger & hammer, checkered medallion magnum grips. This appears to be a mis-marked Model 57, as it has all the attributes of that model rather than the Model 58. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson letter identifying this revolver and indicating it was shipped on Dec. 3, 1965 to F. Morton Pitt & Co., San Gabriel, CA. The letter goes on to state that there is no explanation for the target sights as the invoice clearly lists it as a Model 58. Also accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany box with tools. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. Retains 94-96% original factory finish, thin on the bbl with muzzle & edge wear and the cylinder has turned plum colored. Grips appear to be recent replacements and retain most of their original finish. Fine mechanics, bright shiny bore, good relined box. 4-51886 JR540 (250-500)

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*COLT OFFICER’S MODEL MATCH TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 906398. Late flat top target revolver with ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, narrow serrated trigger and wide spur checkered hammer with checkered silver medallion oversize walnut grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 94-96% original blue on the revolver. Grips have a couple of hairlines on the left side and a nick in the toe, otherwise retain most of their original varnish. Crisp mechanics, bright shiny bore. 4-51705 JR575 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-4 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN 56K2411. Usual configuration, blue finish, 4” bbl, red ramp front sight & square notch adjustable rear sight, target hammer & trigger with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Good to very good. About 90% original finish, light pitting around the front edge of the cylinder. Very good grips. Good mechanics. Dirty bore. 4-51664 JR561 (150-250)

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*HUNGARIAN COPY OF PPK. Cal. 9mm Makarov. SN C6212. Alloy receiver, blue slide, checkered black grips, two magazines. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired, about 97%. 4-51620 JR562 (150-250)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN S101548. Blued finish with scarce 5” bbl, adjustable sights, 5-screw with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. It has standard case colored trigger & hammer. Accompanied by a 2-pc box for a model 19. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, does not appear to have been fired. Retains most of its fine original factory finish with spots of fine pitting in 2 places on the cylinder and scattered spots on the frame and bbl. Fine cylinder line. Grips are extremely fine with minor diamond point wear. Brilliant bore. 4-51728 JR452 (400-700)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 41 SEMI-AUTO TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. SN UAE1233. Fine target pistol, blued finish with 7” bbl, adjustable sights with nicely grained checkered original grips and one magazine. It is accompanied by its original 1-pc blue box. CONDITION: Has been fired but retains virtually all its original factory finish. Bright shiny bore, excellent grips, worn box. 4-51715 JR450 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON COMBAT MASTERPIECE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN K157318. Blue finish, 5-screw frame, 4” bbl, ramp front sight & adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer, with replacement magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching except the grips. Retains 97-99% strong bright original blue. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine grips. 4-51779 JR623 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 442-1 AIRWEIGHT DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN CCA8176. Fine titanium & alloy hammerless Chief Special with black finish, 2” bbl, and short finger groove rubber grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Has been fired. Retains most of its original factory finish. 4-51827 JR594 (150-300)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN N376699. Nickel finish, 6” bbl with Partridge front sight and white outline rear sight, a replacement smooth trigger and target hammer with replacement checkered magnum grips. Accompanied by a mahogany case with papers. CONDITION: Very fine, has been fired. Retains most of its original factory finish with bright shiny bore and a few dull spots on the nickel. Case was not original to this revolver and the interior is broken. 4-51792 JR444 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44 mag. SN AJH5662. Nickel finish with 5-7/8” bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. Accompanied by a Smith & Wesson mahogany case and cleaning rod. CONDITION: Extremely fine, has been fired. Retains about all of its original factory finish with a faint cylinder line. Extremely fine grips and bright and shiny bore. Case is relined with the foam covering missing from the base and broken latch. 4-51793 JR445 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 27 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S158212. Blue finish, 5-screw frame, 6-1/2” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, standard trigger & hammer with diamond checkered medallion magna grips. CONDITION: Very fine. All matching including the grips. Retains 94-96% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and fine edge wear with a light cylinder line. Very fine grips; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51803 JR590 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 657 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 mag. SN AUY4748. Stainless revolver with 4-1/8” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & target hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains most of its original factory finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-51732 JR446 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 36 TARGET DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 spcl. SN 150019. Early flat latch model with blued finish, 2” bbl, adjustable sights, and square butt with diamond checkered medallion walnut grips. Accompanied by an early silver and blue 2-pc box with silver metal corners and tools. Also accompanies is a 2-page letter from Smith & Wesson dated June 14, 1999 over the signature of Roy Jinks identifying this revolver as 1 of a total of 2,517 revolvers built 1955-1977. This one was shipped May 20, 1960 to H.H. Harris Company Chicago, IL. CONDITION: Very fine-extremely fine. Retains about 95-97% strong bright original finish with minor edge wear, a fine cylinder line, and thin backstrap. Grips are fine with bright shiny bore. Box is slightly faded with some edge damage. 4-51821 JR433 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-2 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN K687874. Nickel finish, 2-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer with checkered medallion round butt grips. Accompanied by its original silver and blue 2-pc Bangor Punta box. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired retaining virtually all its original factory finish with a slight cylinder line. Box is fine with a couple of nicked corners. 4-51729 JR434 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 50 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 spcl. SN 933J95. Scarce target model Chief’s Special with 2” bbl, adjustable sights, and square butt checkered medallion grips. Accompanied by its original blue and silver 2-pc Bangor Punta box, papers, and tools. Also accompanies is a Smith & Wesson letter identifying this revolver as 1 of 1,132 revolvers produced between 1973-1999 and indicting it was shipped March 13, 1973 to B.E. Hodgdon Inc. of Shawnee, KS. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish with faint cylinder line. Box is fine with 1 mashed corner. 4-51744 JR435 (500-800)

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*TANFOGLIO MODEL GT27 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 25ACP. SN M79449. Blued finish with black composition grips, 2-1/2” bbl, original 2-pc box. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. 4-51844 JR439 (50-100)

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*COMPOSITION COLT TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Colt. SN 571691. Scarce “Heavy Bbl Officers Model” bbl with blued finish, 6” bbl, and replacement oversize Colt grips. The front sight appears to be original while the rear sight was added to the top rear of the frame. This appears to be probably an Army special frame with an Officers model bbl added. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 85-90% thin original blue overall, fine grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-51789 JR441 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 681-1 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN AVU0722. All stainless revolver with 4-1/8” full lug bbl, fixed sights, smooth trigger and standard hammer with checkered medallion magnum grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains most of its original factory finish. Has been fired with a light cylinder line and minor file marks on the frame below the cylinder. Bright shiny bore. 4-51708 JR436 (150-250)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-3 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 357 mag. SN 2K69465. Blued finish, 6” bbl, Partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight and checkered medallion magnum grips, standard trigger and hammer. Accompanied by a blue and gold 2-pc box with helpful hints pamphlet and cleaning tools. CONDITION: As new, fired a few rounds, retains virtually all its original factory finish. Bright shiny bore. Box has fuzzed corners and worn edges with one break in the lid. 4-51727 JR431 (250-400)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W Long. 1) Regulation Police. SN 523644. Blue, 4-1/4” bbl, fixed sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, diamond checkered walnut grips–Extremely fine. 96-97% bright original blue. Very fine grips; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 2) Model 32 Hand Ejector Target. SN 120802. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, homemade front sight, smooth trigger, standard hammer, diamond checkered gold medallion extended wood grips–Good to very good, 60-70% blue. All matching except grips; fine mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51688, 4-51786 JR722 (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 SMALL FRAME DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 32 S&W. 1) Smith & Wesson 32 Hand Ejector Target. SN 19041. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, round butt with extension hard rubber grips–Good to very good. 80-85% blue, worn & chipped grips; missing front sight pin; mechanics need attention; bright shiny bore. 2) Colt Police Positive. SN 157435. Nickel, 4” bbl, fixed sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, with black Colt logo hard rubber grips–Extremely fine, as new. Appears unfired, retains virtually all its original finish. Slight pimpling on right side with an “A” scratched on the frame; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore. 4-51608, 4-51778 JR721 (300-500)

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*LOT OF 2 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 22 LR. 1) Model 63-3. SN BRU8163. All stainless, 2” bbl, adjustable sights, smooth trigger & standard hammer, round butt grips–Extremely fine, as new. Crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine S&W leather holster. 2) Model 34-1. SN M97777. Blue, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & standard hammer, checkered square butt grips–Extremely fine. 98-99% blue; fine grips; crisp mechanics; bright shiny bore; fine nylon holster. Accompanied by original 2-pc box, papes, tools and rubber grips. 4-51777, 4-51898 JR720 (400-700)

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*LOT OF 2 RUGER SINGLE ACTION REVOLVERS. 1) New Model Blackhawk. Cal. 45 Colt & 2nd cylinder 45 ACP. SN 47-35769. Blue, 4-5/8” bbl, adjustable sights, wood black eagle grips, with yellow & black box & instruction manual–Very fine. 96-97% blue. Fine grips; crisp action. 2) Vaquero. Cal. 44 Mag. SN 56-73348. Blue & case colored, 5-1/2” bbl, fixed sights, wood black eagle grips–Extremely fine. 98-99% with bright case colors. Extremely fine grips; crisp action. 4-51606, 4-51863 JR723 (500-800)

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*LOT OF 3 SMITH & WESSON DA REVOLVERS. 1) Model 15-3. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 8K21310. Blue, 4” bbl, adjustable sights, target trigger & hammer, magnum grips–good to very good, about 90% blue, fine grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, good leather holster. 2) Model 38-44. Cal. 38 Spcl. SN 52404. Blue, 5” bbl, fixed sights, standard trigger, diamond magna grips–good to very good, 75-80% blue, light pitting & freckled rust, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 3) Model 28-2. Cal. 357 Mag. SN S320320. Blue, 6” bbl, adjustable sights, standard trigger & hammer, magnum grips–very fine, 95-96% blue, light freckled rust, broken rear sight, new grips, good mechanics, bright shiny bore, fine nylon holster. 4-51678, 4-51690, 4-51696 JR701 (500-800)

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SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE. Cal. 54 RF. SN 10836. Standard Navy carbine with 24” leather covered bbl, iron band at the muzzle with tiny brass blade front sight and standard rear sight. It has a straight grip walnut stock with brass buttplate and a sling swivel on the bottom and usual markings on the receiver. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Bbl retains about 90% of its original black leather covering with some minor losses at the breech end. Leather shows moderate wear with surface crackling and deterioration. Receiver retains about 50% thin case colors with the balance turned silver mixed with light brown patina. Wood is sound and retains most of a fine restored finish. Mechanics are fine, strong bright bore with light pitting. 4-51589 JR812 (1,500-2,000)

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452

SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 50. SN 11700. Standard Smith carbine with 21-1/2” oct. to rnd bbl, dovetail front sight with silver blade and short carbine ladder rear sight. Straight grain walnut stock and forearm with straight grip and smooth steel buttplate. The receiver has usual markings with inspectors initials on the various parts and a sharp oval cartouche on the left wrist. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Bbl retains 95-97% strong bright original blue with only very minor muzzle edge wear. Receiver and bbl lug retain most of their original muted case colors and the trigger guard and rear receiver ring retain most of their bright shiny blue. Buttplate retains about 75-80% original blue with some battering. Wood has numerous small nicks and dings and a few bruises but is sound and retains generous amounts of original finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50535 JR106 (3,000-6,000)

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MAYNARD 2ND MODEL CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CARBINE. Cal 50. SN 16295. Standard carbine with 20” oct to rnd bbl, pinched blade front sight and two leaf carbine sight. The left side of the receiver has a sling bar and ring and has a straight stock with carbine buttplate with two crisp cartouches on the left wrist. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains 95-97% strong original blue. Receiver is an even smooth dark patina with usual markings on both sides. Stock has minor handling and storage marks and a fine dark oil finish. Bright shiny bore with moderate pitting just in front of the chamber. 4-50309 JR192 (2,000-3,000)

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GWYN & CAMPBELL TYPE II CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 52. SN 4360. Standard carbine with 20” oct to rnd bbl, pinched blade front sight and 700yd ladder rear sight. It has squared, case colored receiver and a fine black walnut buttstock with crisp cartouche on the left wrist. The lockplate has usual markings and the right front of the receiver is marked “Union Rifle”. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new and probably unfired retaining virtually all its factory finish to both metal and wood. There is one area of light surface rust near the upper end of the bbl. Case colors and the receiver are slightly muted but still very bright. The breechblock and top tang retain most of their bright niter blue and the stock is crisp. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50521 JR188 (2,500-4,000)

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455

JOSLYN MODEL 1862 CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 52RF. SN 2566. Usual configuration with 22” rnd bbl, pinched blade front sight and two leaf rear sight. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with brass furniture and has a sling bar and ring on the left side. There is the outline of a cartouche on the left flat. There is an incised carving of a flower in a circle about 1” in diameter along with a crescent moon on the left side of the butt. CONDITION: Good to very good, All matching. Iron has a light silver gray patina with scattered fine surface rust. Brass has a dark yellow patina and the buttplate has been cleaned and polished and is now corroded. Wood is sound missing a couple minor chips on the left side and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bore with sharp rifling and moderate pitting. 4-50529 JR132 (1,000-1,500)

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456

SHARPS MODEL 1855 BRITISH CARBINE. Cal 577 percussion. SN 248. Usual configuration with 19” bbl, square base front sight and five leaf rear sight (one standing four folding). It has British proofs on the bbl and inside the lockplate. It has straight stock with splinter forearm, an iron bbl band secured with a screw and a brass carbine buttplate with a 2-pc brass patchbox. The heel of the buttplate has a unit marking. It has the Maynard tape priming system. 1 of approximately 3000 made in this configuration and rarely seen in the U.S. CONDITION: Fine. No original finish remains all the metal being a even light silvery patina. Stock has a crack in back of the top tang, a couple hairlines in back of the lockplate and a grain check in the forearm with usual handling and use marks, and a series of gouges on the forearm. Good mechanics and strong bright bore with light pitting. 4-50502 JR166 (3,000-5,000)

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457

STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 54. SN 24353. Usual configuration with 21” stepped rnd bbl, usual markings, uncheckered wood, brass bbl band with straight stock and brass carbine buttplate. It has a blade front sight and 2-position flip rear sight and there is a staple and saddle ring on left side of the receiver. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 75-80% dull blue. Receiver, lockplate and hammer are a silver brown patina. Wood is sound. no original finish remains, with a fine hand rubbed patina. Strong bright bore with light pitting. 4-50744 JR59 (1,250-1,750)

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458

BURNSIDE 2ND MODEL CAVALRY CARBINE. Cal 54. SN 2022. Usual configuration with 21” bbl, pinched blade front sight with two position carbine rear sight, a sling bar and ring on the left side of receiver, made without forearm and has a straight stock with smooth carbine buttplate. Stock has a sling swivel. It has the Burnside marking over the chamber and on the lockplate with Foster markings on the lever latch. 1 of about 1500 made. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains with the metal being a mottled silver-brown patina. Stock is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-50435 JR402 (1,250-1,750)

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459

SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal 50CF. SN 158028. Assembled carbine using a rifle receiver, 6-groove carbine bbl with Bridgeport address and “Old Reliable” logo. It has replacement wood with bbl band and carbine buttplate. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as refinished, retaining fine dark blue on the bbl and with about 90% subtle case colors on the receiver, lockplate, lever, bbl band, and buttplate. Bright shiny bore with two or three small spots. Good mechanics. 4-50523 JR157 (2,500-3,500)

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460

IDENTIFIED SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 50. SN 20001. Standard carbine by Mass Arms with 21-1/2” oct to rnd bbl, replaced front sight blade, carbine ladder rear sight, uncheckered wood with straight stock and smooth steel buttplate, sling bar and ring on the left side. The outline of two cartouches on the left wrist. This carbine was issued to William Plogar of Co. D, 7th MO State Militia Calvary. Plogar was illiterate and his records are not clear. This is noted in the Co. order book in the National Archives Record Group 94. CONDITION: Good to very good. Gray patina overall with heavy pitting around the forearm. Sling bar screw is replaced and some of the screws are battered. Wood is sound, shows heavy wear, missing a chip from the forearm and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bright bore with light pitting. Since 2 firms made Smith carbines there are duplicate serial numbers so we cannot guarantee the identified soldier. 4-49785 JR210 (1,250-1,750)

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461

ALTERED MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE. Cal 56-50. SN 28939. Standard carbine with 20” bbl, square base front sight and carbine ladder rear sight, usual markings over the chamber area with “MODEL 1865”. It has uncheckered wood with a visible cartouche just below the sling bar on the left side of the buttstock and it has inspector marks on the various pieces. It additionally has the added Stabler cutoff. CONDITION: Metal retains an even medium brown patina with scattered fine pitting. Buttstock has a grain check behind the sling bar and the wood overall shows heavy use and is slightly battered. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting and a slight ring about 8” from the muzzle. 4-50558 JR92 (1,000-2,000)

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462

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal 52. SN not visible. Standard carbine with 21-1/2” bbl, half-moon front sight with early style Sharps ladder sight, and a long sling bar and ring attached to the left side of the frame and the brass bbl band. It has straight stock with brass patch box and brass buttplate. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains having been severely cleaned, removing all markings from the metal. Wood also cleaned and scraped. Mechanics are a little soft. It has a strong bright bore with scattered fine pitting. 4-51324 JR876 (1,500-2,500)

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STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54. SN 3299. Standard carbine with 21” bbl, dovetail front sight, with single leaf 2-position rear sight. It has 2-pc wood with brass furniture and two visible cartouches on the left wrist. There is a staple and ring on the left side of the receiver. It has usual markings on the tang & lockplate with inspector initials on the various parts. There is a crude “B” carved on the left side of the butt. CONDITION: About good. Bbl retains 20-25% blue with the balance a smooth patina. Receiver retains 25-30% dark case colors with the balance a smooth patina and some light pitting on the left side. Wood is sound with usual nicks, dings & bruises and the aforementioned two good cartouches and a large star carved on the bottom of the forearm. Bright shiny bore. 4-51126 JR1053 (1,250-1,750)

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SPENCER CIVIL WAR SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 52 (probably 56-56). Serial number not visible. Standard carbine with 22” rnd bbl, square base front sight and original carbine ladder rear sight. It has a sling bar & ring on the left side with uncheckered wood and straight stock with carbine butt. It has a sling swivel near the toe. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains, smooth gray/brown patina, cracked stock, missing chips, refinished wood. Bright bore with heavy pitting. 4-51116 JR1026 (800-1,200)

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465

BURNSIDE FOURTH MODEL CARBINE. Cal 54. SN 6300. Standard fourth model with hinged breechblock, 21” bbl with pinched blade front sight and 2 position flip rear sight. It has a walnut stock and forearm with single bbl band and straight stock with carbine style buttplate. Left side of wrist has 2 cartouches and it is fitted with a sling swivel in the butt and a sling bar and ring on the receiver. CONDITION: Good plus. No original finish remains being a mottled silver-brown patina with some scattered light pitting. Stock has a cracked toe. Otherwise the wood is sound and clean with light handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-50721 JR30 (1,000-1,500)

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466

SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE. Cal. 54. SN 4478. Standard Navy carbine with 23-3/4” rnd bbl, iron ring with front sight at the muzzle and usual rear sight. The leather covering is missing. It has straight stock with a brass butt plate and a sling swivel near the toe. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains. Bbl is a dark patina, the receiver is a mottled gray patina, the wood has been refinished. Mechanics are fine, strong dark bore. 4-51114 JR1030 (600-1,000)

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467

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal 50. SN 80203. Standard carbine with 22” 3-groove bbl, silver blade front sight and carbine ladder rear sight. The chamber is marked “NEW MODEL 1863”. It has standard uncheckered wood with a cartouche mid way on the left side of the buttstock and inspectors initials “AWM” on top of the comb. There is a sling bar and ring on the left side with a mod. 59 style buttplate notched for a patchbox. CONDITION: Extremely fine; as arsenal refinished. Retaining 95-97% original bbl blue, about 90% muted case colors on the receiver, buttplate, and lockplate. Wood is sound and retains most of original finish. Bright shiny bore. Top part of the original priming mechanism is missing. 4-50796 JR66 (1,500-2,500)

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CIVIL WAR 4TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE. Cal. 54. SN 5657. Usual configuration, 21” bbl, standard sights, saddle bar & ring on the left side, straight stock with carbine butt. CONDITION: Fair to good. No original finish remains. Light pitting overall, sanded, refinished wood, missing the breechblock guide screw. Strong dark bore. 4-51125 JR1028 (600-1,000)

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469

.10 BUSWELL UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION RIFLE. Cal 45. Fine sporting rifle with 29-7/8” oct bbl, early style front sight with dainty windage adjustable rear sight. The bbl is marked on the top flat with the makers name and “GLENS FALLS/N.Y”. It has iron furniture with 3 ramrod guides and a replacement hickory rod. The buttstock is straight grain walnut with a narrow wrist, long top tang and grip fashioned as part of the trigger guard. The right side of the buttstock has a simple 2-pc oval patchbox which contained the lollipop peep sight for the top tang and the left side has a shallow cheek piece. Buttplate is crescent shaped iron. CONDITION: Good plus, the bbl retains a fairly even dark brown patina with vise marks on the back end. The stock is sound and retains most of an old finish. Good mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-50556 JR78 (500-900)

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HILLIARD PERCUSSION UNDERHAMMER BUGGY RIFLE. Cal 40. SN 2434. Fine little rifle with 23-3/8” oct bbl, muzzle turned for a false muzzle with narrow original front sight and the broken base of an open rear sight in the dovetail with an attached long target sight at the rear of the bbl. The left flat is marked “DH Hilliard/Cornish/N.H.” and “cast steel” along with the serial number. It has striped maple stock with very stylish cheek piece and a crescent steel buttplate. The right side of the buttstock is fitted with a reverse opening simple 2-pc iron patchbox. It has a small trigger guard/grip with independent main spring and a shielded nipple. The bottom of the bbl has three iron guides with the original brass tip rammer. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 75-80% original brown, thin over the carry area. Hammer nose is chipped. Buttstock is sound, missing an oval star inlay from the cheek piece and retains most of its fine varnish finish – possibly an old re-do. Mechanics are fine. 4-50538 JR169 (1,500-2,500)

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NEW HAMPSHIRE STYLE PERCUSSION UNDERHAMMER BUGGY RIFLE. Cal 36. Unmarked rifle with 25” oct bbl marked on the top flat “Remington cast steel”, usual front sight with wide flat topped open rear sight and three iron guides on the bottom. It has a straight grain walnut stock, uncheckered with brass furniture and crescent buttplate. It has a fancy trigger guard with post trigger and brass, shielded nipple. The stock screws are through bone escutcheons. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and top tang are a clean, mottled silver-brown patina. Brass has a dark mellow patina. Stock has a repaired crack through the wrist and a couple of minor grain checks and retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-50536 JR172 (750-1,250)

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472

FINE E. C. FISHER UNDERHAMMER TARGET RIFLE. Cal 60. Unusual long target rifle with 39” oct. smooth bore bbl, tiny front sight with fancy adjustable rear sight, no provision for a tang sight. Underneath the bbl is a full-length wood rib with six small internal brass guides that contains an iron and brass tipped ramrod. It has a straight grain walnut stock with cheek piece and faceted tang, German silver, crescent buttplate with brass toe plate. The right side of the buttstock has a plain German silver 2-pc patchbox. There is a German silver reinforcement where the stock meets the bbl. The trigger guard is hand forged steel extremely large and serves as the main spring. The trigger is unusually long and fish hook shaped. The makers name is stamped on the top flat just above the rear sight. CONDITION: Good. Iron retains a dark brown patina with moderate rust and a ding on the bbl. Buttstock is sound and retains most of a fine old refinish. Mechanics are fine. 4-50540 JR127 (1,000-2,000)

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473

UNMARKED UNDERHAMMER PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE. Cal about 42. NSN. Probably NH made rifle with 31” light oct bbl, two iron guides and one replacement brass guide. It has a tiny early front sight and what is probably an old period of use replacement rear sight. It has a brass trigger guard and buttplate with 4-pc brass patchbox having a heart shaped cutout. The left side of the buttstock has an early style German silver star inlay. This is a different style mechanism in that it has a separate main spring instead of using the trigger guard. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains an even dark brown patina with some light vise marks near the buttstock and heavy pitting around the nipple. Stock has a small chip near the hammer screw. Otherwise it is sound and retains most of a very old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-50537 JR97 (1,000-2,000)

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474

RARE HUDSON BAY MARKED PERCUSSION TRADE MUSKET. Cal about 60. Fine, light, smooth bore musket with 30” oct. to rnd bbl marked on the top flat “The Imperial No.1”. It is mounted in a straight grain half-stock with German silver nose cap and iron furniture. It has a bottom rib with two iron guides and decorative, short nose pipe. The bbl is secured with a wedge through oval escutcheons. The trigger guard, lockplate, and hammer are lightly engraved. The front action lockplate is marked “Hudson’s Bay Company” near the top edge. CONDITION: Good. Metal retains a medium to dark brown patina overall with scattered light surface pitting, nicks, and scratches. Stock is missing a chip at the toe, has a repair behind the lock and a crack through the forearm with a couple of chips missing around the lockplate. Overall it shows much handling and wear. 4-50345 JR146 (1,250-2,250)

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475

FINE AUSTRIAN SPORTING CARBINE. Cal about 75. Probably made from a surplus Austrian musket with 29” oct. to rnd bbl, bead front sight, no rear sight, in a fine 1-pc stock with German silver furniture with cheek piece, checkered wrist and sling stud. The bbl is secured with a single wedge through rectangular escutcheons. It has a heavy silver schnable nose cap with a single guide and plain nose pipe. The trigger guard is somewhat plain with pointed tips and a curved grip. The buttplate is simple with a short top tang. The lockplate is 5-3/4”, slightly curved, obviously from an old flintlock. The sideplate is flat with DBL curves engraved “No 147”. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains an even dark brown patina with light pitting, heavier around the nipple and with very old wrench marks toward the upper end. Stock is sound missing a chip by the top tang and with a hairline by the lower lockplate screw. Front sling loop is missing. Otherwise the stock retains a fine old hand rubbed patina. Good mechanics. 4-50522 JR154 (500-1,000)

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476

SMALL PERCUSSION AUSTRIAN MUSKETOON. Cal 62. SN 87. Tiny little musket with 31-1/2” bbl and square base front sight with no provision for a rear sight. It has brass furniture with three bands, the front which is similar to early split front bands. There is a small square stud on the bottom of the muzzle for a bayonet lug. The ramrod is brass and iron with an acorn shaped head. The middle band and buttstock have military sling loops. It is in a 1-pc walnut stock with an unmarked front action lock. All the visible parts, including screws, are marked “87”. CONDITION: About very good. All the iron retains an even smooth medium brown patina with heavy pitting around the nipple and considerable burnout behind the nipple. Wood is sound and retains a fine hand-polished patina. Good mechanics, and lightly pitted bore. 4-50539 JR126 (500-1,000)

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477

SOUTHERN PERCUSSION KENTUCKY. Cal 50. Rather crude Kentucky with a 33-3/8” oct bbl, fixed sights, full stock with crude 2-pc silver colored patchbox. The ramrod guide and nosepipe are crudely made of silver colored metal. The buttplate is smooth iron with attached heel and toe plates. The trigger guard is very cleverly made from iron with a raised metal bar that forms a finger rest. It has DBL set triggers and a long slim sideplate. CONDITION: Fair to good. Bbl, probably shortened to its present length during period of use, is a medium brown patina with heavy pitting around the nipple area. Stock has most of a recent refinish with visible sanding marks. Dbl set triggers function but the lock needs attention. 4-50736 JR50 (750-1,250)

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478

RARE SAMUEL MORRISON KENTUCKY RIFLE WITH INTERESTING SIDE HAMMER. Cal 50. Very rare, highly decorated side hammer Kentucky with 40-1/4” oct bbl, fine brass front sight and wide fixed rear sight with lightly engraved decorations around both. The muzzle is decorated with stars and dots. The top flat is signed with script “J M” separated by an engraved star. It is mounted in a full-length maple stock with applied striping and has brass furniture. It has a plain nose cap with 2 long faceted guides and a long plain nose pipe. It further has a 6” long narrow brass wear plate on the bottom of the stock. The trigger guard is typical of the period and very modest. The buttplate is brass with a faceted top tang and a filigree toeplate with four cutouts and a ball finial. The roach-back comb has a long, thin, decorative brass plate attached with iron pins. The lockplate screws pass through brass escutcheons, one of which is an elliptical shaped filigree with two cutouts. The forestock and buttstock have 22 sterling silver inlays in various patterns, some of which are quite elaborate, with the most prominent being a fine spread winged early American eagle with light engraving mounted on the small cheek piece. Below the cheek piece is an unusual brass shield shaped inlay with pick slot at the top. The right side of the buttstock has an extremely elaborate and delicate 4-pc brass filigree patchbox with a lightly engraved lid. It has DBL set triggers. The left side of the buttstock, between the cheek piece and buttplate, is lightly incise carved in arabesque patterns. The forestock has an incised line by the ramrod channel. This same rifle is pictured as item 2 on plate 3 in the book “THE KENTUCKY RIFLE” by John GW Dillin. It is accompanied by a letter signed by Mr. Walter O’Conner dated 3 Dec 03 where-in he states that he has examined this rifle and that it is the same one pictured in the book. One of the truly great rarities in Kentucky rifle collecting. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains a smooth dark brown patina with heavy pitting around the nipple area and on the lockplate. Stock is fine with an old crack on the left side, in front of the lockplate screw. There are several small chips missing by the bbl channel and a larger sliver is missing near the tip. Silver is bright and the brass a light yellow patina. The hammer will not hold at full cock. Strong dark bore. 4-50315 (15,000-25,000)

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479

UNUSUAL J. FORKER PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal. 45. Unusual Kentucky with 37” oct bbl, German silver front sight and fixed rear sight. It is mounted in a gorgeous full tiger striped stock with some applied striping. It has brass furniture with faceted ramrod guides and nose pipe. It has typical faceted trigger guard and crescent buttplate with short lightly engraved toe plate. The right side of the stock has a 4-pc daisy head, brass patch box that has light engraving. It has dbl set triggers and a very unusual enclosed top hammerlock with horse-head hammer. The maker’s name is perpendicular behind the hammer and on the top left. John Forker is mentioned as a maker of percussion full stock rifles in Mercer, PA 1816-1861. There is another John Forker in Philadelphia in 1875 and a Joseph Forker 1848-1857 in Mercer, PA. This information was obtained from the book: American Gunsmiths by Sellers. Ex Lewis Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal retains a dark brown patina overall. There is an old plugged dovetail about 10” in front of the current rear sight. Brass is a light mellow color and the stock has a crack on the left side by the action, otherwise appears sound and retains most of a fine old refinish. Patch box latch needs attention. Mechanics are fine, strong dark bore. Period of use homemade ramrod is missing 4” or 5”. 4-51120 JR1032 (750-1,250)

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480

UNMARKED UNUSUAL PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal 44. Early percussion Kentucky with 42” oct bbl, silver blade front sight and wide fixed rear sight. It is mounted in a 1-pc maple stock with excellent tiger striping end to end. The forestock is raised carved with a diamond edge. It has brass furniture with a long nosecap, 2 guides, faceted nosepipe, long lightly decorated sideplate and narrow faceted trigger guard with a semi-crescent buttplate with faceted tang. It has an early style acorn finial, lightly decorated 4-pc patchbox on the right side and a very unusual small 4-pc patchbox underneath the cheekpiece on the left side. The lockplate is hand engraved “A PARKER” and it has DBL set triggers. There is a very old repair to the wrist using sheet brass and square iron pins. CONDITION: Good. Bbl and lockplate were cleaned a long time ago and now have a light patina. Area around the nipple is severely burned with moderate loss of wood. There is a repaired break at the toe and another on both sides of the forestock. Good mechanics. 4-50759 JR39 (1,500-3,000)

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481

DELICATE H. WRIGHT HALF-STOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal 42. Fine little rifle with 37” oct bbl, German silver front sight and fixed rear sight. There is a Roman Numeral “VII” behind the rear sight and the makers name is stamped on the top flat. The bbl has an iron rib down the bottom with two brass guides and a simple brass nosepipe with brass tipped rammer. The sideplate is brass and a half moon shaped with light edge decorations. The trigger guard is simple and typical of the period with brass buttplate and toeplate. The stock is very delicate and small with a tiny wrist and small cheek piece and pewter nose cap. The lockplate is unmarked with light engraving. There is a cup around the nipple, has DBL set triggers, and is without patchbox. CONDITION: Very fine. Iron retains a smooth even dark brown patina and the brass a light mellow patina. Stock is sound and retains most of an old refinish. 4-50528 JR131 (2,000-4,000)

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482

NICE HALF STOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal 40. Long bbl rifle with 42” oct bbl, early style sights with a “VI” behind the rear sight and the name “EVAN —NSON” on the top flat. The first 3 letter of the last name are illegible. The lockplate is game scene engraved with the name “S & W.C BIDDLE & CO/PHILADELPHIA”. The bottom of the bbl has an iron rib that is lightly engraved with 2 brass guides. The stock is moderately figured maple with brass nosecap, trigger guard and buttplate. The top and bottom edges of the buttstock are lightly incise carved. It has 12 German silver geometric inlays that are lightly engraved around the edges. There is also a rectangular German silver wear plate on the forestock. The front retainer pin is missing. It has DBL set triggers and a replacement ramrod. CONDITION: Bbl and lockplate are a light gray patina, having been cleaned a long time ago. Brass is a light mellow patina. Stock is sound and retains most of an old finish. 4-50800 JR73 (800-1,200)

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483

SOUTHERN STYLE FULL STOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal 46. Unmarked Southern Kentucky with a 47” oct bbl, tiny front sight and early buckhorn rear sight. It has iron furniture with two faceted guides and a faceted nose pipe, The bbl is secured in the stock with three pins. The lock, which may be a replacement, was originally engraved and is now worn nearly smooth. It has an iron crescent buttplate with short top tang and toe plate. The left side of the stock has a shallow cheek piece and there is a small rectangular grease hole in the right side. The sideplate is brass. The trigger guard is decorative iron and it has DBL set triggers. The muzzle end is decorated with circles and stars. CONDITION: Good. Iron retains an even dark brown patina with heavy pitting around the nipple area. Stock has a crack in front of the trigger guard and behind the top tang with some slight losses around the lockplate. There is a piece of white material set in front of the trigger guard giving the impression that something was broken away and replaced with this piece of stone. Front 3-5/8” of the tip of the stock has been replaced and a sliver is missing. That portion and down the stock a ways has been refinished. The ramrod is a replacement. 4-50543 JR121 (1,000-2,000)

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484

FULL STOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal 36. Southern style Kentucky with 40” oct bbl, German silver front sight and fixed rear sight, with light engraved decoration around the sights and on the top tang. The left flat of the bbl, opposite the nipple, is engraved “*J*B*”. The iron trigger guard finial is identically engraved. The stock appears to be straight grain maple built in 2 pieces with iron band at the joint in the forestock. The bbl is secured with 3 pins in the forestock and a wedge near the end of the forearm. All the furniture is iron and it is without a patchbox. It has a severe crescent buttplate and DBL set triggers with a back action lock which is marked but illegible. The forestock has light incised carving and is also carved on the bottom edges of the buttstock. CONDITION: Fine. All the iron retains a medium dark patina, good mechanics and sound wood. There is substantial burnout behind the nipple. 4-50545 JR87 (1,500-2,500)

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485

MODERN MADE LEFT HAND FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. Cal. 40. Unusual left hand Kentucky, modern made with 39-1/4” oct bbl, tiny brass front sight with fixed rear sight. The lockplate with gooseneck hammer is marked “Ashmore / Warranted”. It has brass furniture with two ramrod guides and nose pipe, square end Kentucky style trigger guard with dbl set triggers and a tiny square patch box on the left side. It has crescent buttplate with faceted tang and short toe plate. It has an elaborate star inlay on the cheek piece and a 5-pointed star thumb plate. The sideplate has a small spread winged eagle. The bbl is a recycled original old bbl, converted from right hand to left hand. CONDITION: Bbl retains an even dark brown patina with fine pitting all over. Stock, lockplate & furniture retain about all of their custom finish. 4-51912 JR912 (600-900)

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486

FRENCH FLINTLOCK COACH GUN WITH SPRING BAYONET. Cal Big. Early coach gun with 24” iron, oct to rnd cannon muzzle bbl with 2 proofs on the left flat. It is mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with raised carved fan around the top tang, brass furniture with one guide and short nose pipe. It has a long brass sideplate with latch to release the long triangular shaped bayonet mounted on the left side of the bbl. It has a long, slim trigger guard with decorative finial that is possibly an old replacement, an oval thumbplate, and stepped tang on the buttplate. The lockplate is 6” long, slightly curved with a long teat, lightly engraved and marked “Galton”. It is accompanied by a notarized letter dated October 1, 1970 signed by Jacob Bosshart stating that he had purchased this gun in 1951 from a Mr. Riley of the Cumberland National Bank and that it was still loaded when found in a storage room. Mr. Riley reportedly stated that it had belonged to his father, Frank M. Riley, the former president of the bank and that his father had told him that this gun “had been left in the bank by General James Giles who was the 1st president of the Cumberland National Bank”. CONDITION: Fine. Iron retains a smooth, even, dark brown patina with some very fine pitting. Stock has a couple of repaired cracks, some grain checks in the butt, and retains most of an old refinish. Flash hole appears to have been bushed during a period of use. 4-50303 JR189 (2,500-3,500)

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487

FINE NOYES FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS. Brass bbl blunderbuss with 13-1/2” oct to rnd bbl with cannon muzzle and a 12-1/2” spring loaded triangular bayonet mounted to the top. The top flat of the bbl is marked “WARMINSTER” and the left flat has two English proof marks. The lock is extremely well made, marked “Noyes”, with reinforced hammer and safety, having a roller frizzen with boat shaped waterproof pan. It is mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with brass furniture consisting of a ramrod guide and nose pipe, containing the original brass tipped rammer with worm on the small end. The trigger guard is flared wide in the middle and engraved with a long, nicely detailed pineapple finial. The buttplate has a narrow engraved tang. It has a fine checkered wrist and the bbl is secured with two wedges through the forestock without escutcheons. CONDITION: Bbl is extremely fine with some minor dents around the muzzle, otherwise retains most of its original polish. Bayonet, lock and top tang retain a light gray patina. Bayonet latch has a brazed repair. Stock has a stress crack on the right side of the forestock and a hairline in front of the trigger guard, otherwise is sound and retains most of its original finish with a moderate patina and minor nicks and scratches. There is a bruise on the right side. 4-51237 JR1062 (1,500-2,500)

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488

LATE EUROPEAN FLINTLOCK DAG OR BLUNDERBUSSS. Cal big. Small blunderbuss with 13-3/8” bell mouth iron bbl, 1-3/4” at muzzle, with brass furniture and a 1-pc stock. The lock appears to be old surplus military with an 1817 date at the rear and it is 7” long with a short teat. CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal retains an even smooth gray brown patina overall. Stock is sound and retains most of an old refinish and the brass a light clean patina. Lock will not hold at full cock. 4-50302 JR357 (800-1,000)

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489

EARLY FLINTLOCK MID-EASTERN DAG. Cal. about 70. Small flintlock handgun with a 9” iron bbl that flares to 1-7/8” at the muzzle. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with brass furniture, checkered wrist and iron trigger guard. It has brass sling loops and a decorative copper inlay that wraps around both sides of the stock crossing over in front of the comb. It has a gooseneck hammer on a narrow lockplate that was engraved. The top of the muzzle has modern engraving and a it has a replacement ramrod. CONDITION: Fair to good. Iron has an overall dark brown patina. Stock has a repaired crack at the toe and a repaired section at the muzzle. Top jaw and screw are loose. 4-51160 JR927 (200-400)

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490

ALTERED GERMAN PERCUSSION MILITARY MUSKET. Cal. About 69. German percussion musket, cut down for movie use with a 22” bbl including an applied brass bell shaped muzzle to give the appearance of a blunderbuss. It has one brass barrel band and a button head ramrod with brass sideplate. The stock has been cut down to about 11” pull. CONDITION: As noted, about good. Dark brown patina overall. Mechanics are fine. 4-51910 JR913 (400-700)

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490A.

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 PISTOL CARBINE WITH STOCK. Cal 58. Usual configuration with 12” oct to rnd bbl with small front sight and 2-leaf rear sight graduated to 400yds, usual markings on the lockplate with 1856 date. It has brass furniture with a captive rammer and sling loops on the band, butt of the pistol and toe of the stock. The pistol has assembly no. 2 on the butt and the stock has assembly no. 1 on the lower tang. The heel of the brass buttplate is stamped US. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains, the iron being a silver-gray patina with scattered light pitting, heavy around the nipple. There is very fine pitting on the lockplate and primer cover. Stock has a crack through the wrist and another in front of the lockplate. Otherwise the wood retains most of an old refinish. Stock is sound with the wood retaining most of an old refinish. Strong bore with light pitting. 4-50504 JR294 (2,500-3,500)

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491

ENGLISH STYLE FLINT HOLSTER PISTOL. Cal. about 62. Early style with 8-1/4” oct bbl, 1-pc stock, with raised side panels, no sights, iron furniture with a ramrod guide & nose pipe and pineapple finial trigger guard. It has a plain wood, bag-shaped grip & a number “25” stamped on the left flat. It has a long narrow lockplate with a small teat at the rear and a gooseneck hammer. CONDITION: Bbl is a dark brown patina with fine pitting. Lock-plate & hammer are an even brown patina. There is a long splice by the left bbl channel and a short one by the right, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-51172 JR945 (300-500)

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492

V. LIBEAU PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL. Cal. about 60 Smoothbore. High grade half stock target pistol with 8-3/4” oct bbl, marked “London” on the top flat. It has an engraved breech with a narrow gold and wide platinum band. The hammer, lockplate, trigger guard and tang are engraved to match. The hammer has dolphin head motif with a safety on the lockplate. It has single set trigger and a finger rest trigger guard with decorative pointed finial. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with raised sideplates and checkered bag shaped grip. It has German silver nosecap and oval wedge escutcheons. It also has an engraved small German silver oval on the bottom of the butt. The exposed part of the bbl has an iron rail on the bottom with iron guide and iron nose pipe that contain the original brass tipped rammer with concealed worm. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains a medium dark patina with some moderate pitting around the bottom rail and is cleaned on part of the top flat and on the lockplate. Trigger guard & hammer retain a dark patina. Smooth clean bore, good mechanics. 4-51236 JR1060 (800-1,200)

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493

LACY & CO PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL. Cal. about 65 Smoothbore. Fine early target pistol with 8” oct bbl, fixed sights, with captive rammer and a single wedge through German silver escutcheons. The top flat is marked “Lacy & Co. London”. The breech end of the bbl is lightly engraved with narrow & wide silver bands. The lockplate is also lightly engraved and has the maker’s name. It has a stylish shielded nipple with engraved bolster. The hammer appears to be a replacement. It is mounted in a 1-pc full stock with checkered bag shaped grip. It has iron furniture with an engraved pineapple finial trigger guard. CONDITION: Good to very good. Iron retains an even dark brown patina with scattered light surface erosion and a few spots of heavy pitting near the muzzle. Stock has a crack near the tip, otherwise shows moderate wear with nicks & scratches. It retains 70-80% original varnish. Good mechanics. 4-51235 JR1063 (600-1,000)

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494

FINE CONVERSION KENTUCKY PISTOL. Cal. 45. Fine saw handle pistol with 10” oct bbl, dovetail German silver front sight with fixed rear sight attached to the top tang. It has a dainty lock plate, lightly engraved and marked “E B Weed / Warranted”. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with saw handle grip and flared butt. It has a small rectangular inlay at the top of the handle, two identical inlays on each side of the grip and a larger inlay on the bottom of the butt. It has a brass trigger guard with finger rest and pineapple finial, brass trigger & a brass band at the nose. The stock has raised side panels with an inlay of two silver birds. The bottom of the bbl has an iron rib with one iron guide and a period of use replacement hickory ramrod. CONDITION: About good. Bbl & lockplate retain an even dark patina. Stock is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Mechanics are a little soft but functional. 4-51150 JR947 (400-700)

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495

ASTON MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION MILITARY PISTOL. Cal 54, usual configuration with 8-1/2” rnd bbl with captive rammer, standard bbl proofs with 1846 dated tang and lockplate, small inspector initials on the various parts and has the outlines of 2 cartouches on the left flat. CONDITION: Good. Bbl is cleaned bright with scattered light pitting and the hammer and lockplate are artificially aged over light pitting. Stock has a crack by the upper lockplate screw with cracks before and after the lockplate and a few small nicks and dings. Brass is a light yellow patina. Good mechanics. 4-50335 JR287 (500-800)

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496

JOHNSON MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal. 54. Usual configuration with 8-1/2” rnd bbl, brass front sight, captive rammer, brass furniture. The tang & lockplate dated “1853”. It has the outline of two cartouches on the left stock flat. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains, cleaned metal, moderately pitted bbl, dinged & chipped wood, mostly refinished. Good mechanics, strong, clean bore. 4-51151 JR943 (500-800)

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497

PAIR OF FRENCH OR ITALIAN FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. Cal. about 58. Matched pair of pistols with 6” tapered oct to rnd cannon muzzle bbls. With iron furniture, raised carved stocks, long sideplates, with a very long decorative trigger guard finials and round butt caps. The locks are long & slim with a short teat at the rear and reinforced hammers. The butt caps have long langettes up each side and the stocks have raised teardrop side panels. They are equipped with trumpet head iron ramrods. Accompanied by a small nutcracker bullet mold for another pistol and a modern pistol flask, all mounted in a homemade glass front case. CONDITION: Cleaned bright. All the metal surfaces retain a bright metal finish. One of the stocks has a break through the wrist and the other a hairline at the nose, otherwise they are fine with moderate to heavy wear. Mechanics are fine. Accessories & box are fine. 4-51185 JR966 (500-800)

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498

BELGIAN CENTER HAMMER PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal. About 50. All brass pistol with 3-1/2” blunderbuss, cannon turned bbl, boxlock receiver, with light decorations and a checkered bag shaped grip with shield thumb plate. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Brass polished bright. Checkering is sharp and mechanics are crisp. 4-51149 JR940 (200-400)

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499

NEW HAMPSHIRE STYLE UNDER HAMMER PERCUSSION BOOT PISTOL. Cal. About 40. Usual configuration with 7” oct to rnd bbl, marked on the top flat “Warranted Cast Steel”. It has saw handle grip with nicely figured walnut panels and an integral rear sight at the top of the grip frame, missing its blade. CONDITION: Good to very good. Iron retains an even dark brown patina with light edge wear and the brass a light yellow patina. Grips have shrunk leaving a gap near the front and there is a crack on the right side. Hammer spring is broken, otherwise the mechanics are fine. 4-51169 JR935 (300-500)

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500

TINY ITALIAN FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOL. Cal. About 44. Small pistol with 3” tapered oct to rnd bbl, engraved over the chamber area with brass or gold inlays. It has gooseneck hammer on a long narrow lock with raised carved teardrop side panels and a birdhead ironclad butt. There is raised carved teardrop around the top tang. The trigger guard has a long pointed finial. CONDITION: Fair to good. Cleaned to bright, worn wood, crack in the forestock and chips around the back of the lockplate & top tang. Mechanics need attention. 4-51156 JR936 (300-500)

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501

WATERS MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Cal 54. Usual configuration with 8-1/2” bbl, small brass front sight, captive rammer, iron furniture with brass pan. Lockplate is dated 1843 and there are 4 notches on the bottom of the stock. The top jaw and screw are missing. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains the metal being a mottled silver brown patina with some fine pitting, heavier around the pan. Stock has a hairline in front of the lock and shows heavy wear with light handling use marks. Mechanics are fine. 4-50273 JR356 (500-800)

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502

FRENCH FLINTLOCK ARMY PISTOL. Cal. about 75. Usual configuration with 8” bbl, brass furniture with trumpet head iron rammer. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with two cartouches on the left flat. The lockplate has a brass pan with French writing on the plate. CONDITION: About good. Metal is cleaned bright with scattered light pitting. Lockplate is worn with light pitting. Stock has a hairline back of the lockplate and retain most of a refinish. Mechanics are fine. 4-51171 JR944 (400-700)

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503

MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, nickeled brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1867/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. The left flat is also marked “B. WOODWARD & SONS”. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains about 95% strong bright original blue, the lockplate and hammer retain case colors in sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Good nickel on the furniture. Fine stock. Strong bright bore. Good mechanics. 4-50907 JR328 (500-1,000)

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504

MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, nickeled brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1871/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains 96-98% strong original blue and the lockplate 15-20% faded case colors. Furniture retains most of its bright original nickel. Will not hold at full cock. Strong bright bore. 4-50905 JR324 (750-1,250)

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505

MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, nickeled brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1867/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. The left flat is also marked “WOODWARD & SONS”. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains about 95% original blue and the lockplate about 95% faded case colors. Furniture retains most of its original nickel with a few nicks and scratches. Strong bright bore. Good mechanics. 4-50906 JR325 (750-1,250)

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506

MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, nickeled brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1871/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. The left flat is also marked “JOSEPH WILSON”. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains about 90% strong bright blue with fine chemical spotting. Lockplate and hammer retain most of their original strong bright case colors. Fine wood. Furniture retains most of its nickel plating. Strong bright bore. 4-50904 JR327 (800-1,200)

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507

LARGE ITALIAN PERCUSSION NAVAL PISTOL. Cal. About 70. Large pistol with 13-1/4” oct to rnd bbl, elliptical front sight, brass trigger guard & butt cap with iron front band and wiping rod. It has a short belt hook mounted under the single lockplate screw. It is all mounted in a dark 1-pc stock. The right side, below the bolster, has proof mark of a crown over “RA” in a circle and two other proofs on the left bbl flat. Also on the right side is stamped “TA 1864”. CONDITION: Fine. Iron retains a cleaned light gray patina with light fine pitting around the nipple area and toward the muzzle end of the bbl. Brass is polished to a medium patina. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Mechanics are fine. 4-51187 JR983 (400-700)

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508

ELABORATE MIDDLE EASTERN OR RUSSIAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Cal. about 65. Very ornate pistol with 11-1/4” bbl, 1-pc stock with raised carvings and elaborate brass fittings. Deep engraved bbl, lockplate, hammer & frizzen. The hammer spring is a replacement, had slipped and could not be re-installed so is attached in a bag. CONDITION: Fair to good. Metal has a cleaned light gray patina with fine pitting. Stock is missing a sliver at the muzzle, has a crack in front of the sideplate and is missing some chips around the lockplate. 4-51183 JR948 (400-700)

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509

MODERN REPRODUCTION WHEELOCK PISTOL. Cal. 54. Made with a 15-1/4” oct to rnd bbl that has light engraved decorations. It is mounted in a 1-pc stock with brass furniture and an iron & brass rammer that is too short for this pistol. The lock has three fleur-de-lis on the face and toward the back has a large stamped mark with a crown which also appears over the breech area. Accompanied by a spanner wrench. CONDITION: Very good. Non-functioning decorator item only. 4-51188 JR984 (250-400)

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510

FRENCH CONVERSION PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal. about 75. Converted cavalry pistol with 8” octagon to round bbl, brass furniture with button head rammer. The conversion was done with a tumbler. CONDITION: About good. Lockplate is heavily pitted with moderate to heavy pitting on the bbl. Wood is sound with most of an old refinish. Polished brass. 4-51173 JR942 (300-500)

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511

UNMARKED BELGIUM DBL BBL PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal 12 bore. Late 19th C pistol with 9” Damascus bbls in a 1-pc stock with checkered round butt having a brass butt cap with lanyard stud and small trap. The bbls are secured with a wedge through the forestock and it has lightly engraved nosepipe and trigger guard. The back action locks and hammers are also lightly engraved. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbls retain most of their original brown Damascus pattern. Stock is sound and retains 85-90% original varnish. TRrest of the metal work is bright and the wrist is factory checkered. Good mechanics. Lightly pitted bores. 4-50301 JR354 (500-800)

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512

LEPAGE DBL BBL PERCUSSION HOWDAH PISTOL. Cal. About 69 or 14 bore. SN 18. Unusual pistol with 7” Damascus bbls, a small brass bead and captive rammer. It has a wide and narrow gold band at the breech end. It has front action locks marked with the maker’s name and is mounted in a 1-pc stock with iron furniture. The trigger guard has a finger rest and a fleur-de-lis finial. It has a swelled iron butt cap with checkered wrist. CONDITION: Fair. Bbls retain traces of original damascus pattern with the rest of the iron a mottled dark brown patina. Stock has a repaired crack in the wrist, is heavily worn and missing a large chunk below the left lock plate. Mechanics need attention. 4-51422 JR946 (450-650)

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513

FINE JOSEPH MANTON DBL BBL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Cal 20 ga. Nice quality early pistol with 10-1/8” bbls mounted in a nicely figured 1-pc walnut stock. It has raised side panels around the lockplate with a smooth round grip with knob at the bottom. It has a decorative nosepipe for the iron tipped rammer and an urn finial on the plain trigger guard. The lock plates and gooseneck hammers are lightly engraved and have the makers name and “LONDON” on each side. They locks are slightly curved with stepped ends without teats and have roller frizzens with separate pans and platinum flash holes. The bbls are secured in the stock with 2 wedges. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain a mottled silver brown patina, dark towards the muzzles. Lockplates are a silver brown patina. Stock has a crack in front of each lock. Otherwise is sound with a fine smooth medium patina. Nosepipe and trigger guard are a silvery brown patina, dark on the trigger guard. Good mechanics. 4-50300 JR355 (1,000-2,000)

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514

MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8” rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, brass furniture with captive rammer and a sling loop in the butt. The lock is dated 1867/Burningham and it has a large cartouche on the left flat. The left flat is marked “B. WOODWARD & SONS”. CONDITION: Good. Iron has a clean bright finish with moderate to heavy pitting. Hammer screw is broken. Brass has a dark mellow patina. Good mechanics. Strong bore with pitting. 4-50909 JR329 (300-500)

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515

FINE SHARPS BERDANS SHARP SHOOTER RIFLE. Cal. 52 Perc. SN 55948. New Model 1859 rifle with 30” rnd bbl, square base front sight with bronze blade and “Lawrence” marked ladder rear sight. Usual bbl & receiver markings with a visible cartouche on the left wrist. It has case colored patch box on right side of the buttstock. Accompanied by the book “The Sharps Rifle” by W.O. Smith wherein plate NO. 27, between pages 74-75, is a picture of this exact rifle, identified by serial number, with the statement that it was issued to 1st Regt. U.S. Sharpshooters (Col. Hiram Berdan) during summer of 1862. CONDITION: Extremely fine, with completely restored finish to both metal & wood. Retains most of its bright bbl blue and brilliant case colors with minor edge wear and slight thinning over the chamber area. Stock has a small crack back of the top tang, otherwise is sound and retains most of a fine oil finish. Bright shiny bore with fine pitting. 4-51530 JR891 (17,500-27,500)

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516

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal 52RF. SN C8118. Fine early carbine with 22” 3-groove bbl, silver blade front sight and carbine ladder rear sight. Usual markings on the chamber, lockplate, and receiver. The buttstock has two fine, crisp cartouches. The buttplate is from an earlier model with the patchbox cutout. CONDITION: Fine, as arsenal refinished. Bbl retains 93-95% thin finish with light pitting just above the bbl band. Receiver and lockplate retain most of their strong case colors with the lever and buttplate having dark case colors. Hammer is polished bright. Wood is extremely fine with the stock retaining most of its original oil finish. Forearm retains most of its arsenal refinish. Bore, with sharp rifling, has heavy pitting. 4-50518 JR158 (2,500-3,500)

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517

IDENTIFIED SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 50. SN 13840. Standard carbine with 21-1/2” oct to rnd bbl, front sight blade replaced, carbine ladder rear sight and uncheckered wood with straight stock and carbine buttplate. There is a sling bar and ring on the left side. This carbine was issued to William M. Barley of Co. I, 3rd MD Calvary, this record is in the descriptive roll books in the National Archives record group 94. CONDITION: About good. Bbl retains a mottled blue brown patina with fine surface pitting. Receiver is a silver gray brown patina. Stock has the outline of cartouches on the wrist and may be an old replacement. Forearm is heavily battered and all the wood retains most of a refinish. Strong bright bore with light pitting. Since 2 firms made Smith carbines there are duplicate serial numbers, so we cannot guarantee the identified soldier. 4-49603 JR212 (1,250-1,750)

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518

BALLARD MILITARY RIFLE. Cal appears to be 46RF. SN 12938. Military style rifle with 30” rnd bbl, barlycorn style front sight and two position flip rear sight. It has a full-length forearm with three bbl bands and straight stock with smooth steel buttplate. There is a repair around the ejector lever using sheet metal and small nails. CONDITION: Good to good plus. Bbl retains traces of original finish in the very sheltered areas with the balance a medium brown patina. Receiver retains traces of original blue with the balance a gray brown patina and light, fine pitting. Buttstock has a repair to the wrist. Forearm has some repaired cracks and the wood retains an old refinish with small use and handling marks. Hammer spur has had the checkering partially re-cut. Strong dark bore. 4-50548 JR99 (500-1,000)

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519

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 50. SN 50681. Standard conversion carbine with 22” bbl, square base front sight with replaced blade, standard Lawrence marked carbine ladder sight with uncheckered wood and straight stock with carbine buttplate and a sling bar & ring on the left side. There are two visible cartouches on the left wrist, one of which is legible. There are intitials “A.S.” carved on the right side of the buttstock. Usual markings on the metal. CONDITION: Good to very good. No original finish remains being a light gray to medium gray patina overall, with some light, fine pitting on the bbl. Receiver markings are nearly gone. Wood is sound with a few nicks & scratches and a hairline in the forearm. Strong bore w/light to moderate pitting. Good mechanics. 4-51590 JR830 (1,500-2,500)

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520

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal. 50. SN 73015. Standard conversion carbine with 22” bbl, square base front sight, “Lawrence” marked ladder rear sight, a sling bar & ring on the left side of receiver & stock and a patchbox on the right side. It has uncheckered wood with straight stock and usual forearm. Left side of the stock has one legible cartouche near the receiver and another on the butt, and the left side of the receiver has a small stamped “C” which may indicate a condemned carbine. It has a replacement hammer spring, which has jammed the action. CONDITION: Bbl retains 65-70% original blue mixed with mottled brown patina and fine to medium pitting near the muzzle. Receiver & lockplate have case colors in the sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Forearm has a replaced chip on the left side otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish. Patchbox retains most of its strong, dull original case colors. Good mechanics, strong bright bore, moderate pitting. 4-51325 JR896 (1,500-2,500)

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521

SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal 50CF. SN 90405. Standard carbine with 22” 3-groove bbl, square base front sight with carbine ladder rear sight missing the slide. It has standard arsenal replacement wood and a sling bar on the left side. The buttstock has a sling swivel and patchbox There are three crisp cartouches below the sling bar and another midpoint on the left side. CONDITION: Bbl retains a mottled blue brown patina with fine pitting. Receiver retains most of an old re-blue. Lockplate retains 75-80% fading case colors. Buttplate and patchbox retain most of their original faded case colors. Wood is sound and retains virtually all its original arsenal finish. Crisp mechanics. Strong bore with heavy pitting. 4-50505 JR171 (1,500-2,500)

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522

BURNSIDE 4TH MODEL CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal 54. SN 20468. Standard model carbine with 21” bbl, pinched blade front sight and two-position rear sight. It has a sling bar and ring on the left side with highly figured buttstock and forearm. The top of the bbl is marked “CAST STEEL 1864”. There are no cartouches visible on the left side of the wrist and the wood has a fine varnish finish that appears to be original leaving one to speculate that this carbine may have been intended as a presentation. The top of the frame is without the usual markings. CONDITION: Bbl retains 50-60% original blue turning brown in areas with moderate rust pitting on the bottom of the exposed area. Receiver is mottled silver gray with traces of original case colors in the very sheltered areas. Highly figured wood has a couple of chips around the lockplate and another by the forearm screw. Otherwise retains 92-94% strong original varnish with usual handling and use marks and a couple of bruises on the buttstock. Bright shiny bore. 4-50310 JR182 (1,500-2,500)

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523

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1865 CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal 52. SN C41168. Standard carbine with 22” 6-groove bbl, silver blade front sight and carbine ladder rear sight. Uncheckered wood with straight stock and iron carbine buttplate. Usual markings and inspector marks with “NEW MODEL 1865” over the chamber. The stock is not cartouched. There is a sling bar and ring on the left side. CONDITION: Very fine. All markings are sharp with the metal retaining an even smooth dark brown patina. Wood is sound with a fine dark patina. There are 2 holes on the right side of the wrist where something has been removed. Good mechanics and bright shiny bore with scattered pitting. 4-50743 JR60 (1,250-1,750)

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524

SCARCE 1ST TYPE EVANS SPORTING RIFLE. Cal 44 Evans. SN 124. 1 of about 300 1st type sporting rifles made with 27-3/4” oct bbl, globe front sight and ladder rear sight with peep aperture. It has a nickeled lever and is made with lower half to the magazine tube exposed. It has walnut upper stock and splinter forearm. CONDITION: Fair to good. Bbl, receiver and magazine tube retain a dark brown patina with scattered light pitting. Lever retains 40-50% original nickel. Stock and forearm have cracks and are missing slivers from the edges. Strong bright bore, dark in the grooves. 4-50557 JR160 (750-1,250)

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525

NEW MODEL EVANS LEVER ACTION CARBINE. Cal 44 Evans. NSN. Unusual mechanism. The only type of repeating firearm ever manufactured in the state of Maine. It has a 22” bbl with pinched blade front sight and reverse mounted ladder rear sight, missing the slide. The receiver and butt feed magazine are integral with 2-pc stock and splinter forearm with one bbl band. The bbl band and buttstock have sling swivels. No bbl marking are visible. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 85-90% blue with several tiny nicks by the band. Receiver retains about 75% of an old re-blue. Top stock piece has a crack and a couple of chips missing and all the wood retains most of an old refinish. Strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-50514 JR159 (1,000-1,500)

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526

SHARPS NEW MODEL 59 CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal. 50. SN C22475. Standard carbine with 22” bbl, square base German silver front sight and “Lawrence” marked ladder rear sight. It has usual carbine stock & forearm with a single band, a sling ring and bar on the left side and an iron patchbox on the right side. CONDITION: Fair to good. Dark blue/brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting, sanded refinished wood. Strong bright dirty bore with moderate pitting and good mechanics. 4-51113 JR1056 (900-1,500)

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527

ALTERED SHARPS CONVERSION RIFLE. Cal 50CF. SN C12933. Usual configuration, 30” bbl, dove tail front sight with thin Rocky Mountain blade and Sharps ladder sight missing the slide. It has full-length forearm and straight stock with smooth carbine buttplate. The left side of the wrist has a sling bar base and the left side of the receiver has the stud where the bar has been removed. CONDITION: Good. Bbl is a mottled silver brown color with minor nicks and dings and good legends. Receiver and lockplate retain traces of dark case colors in the very sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Forearm is missing two large slivers from the bbl channel. Buttstock is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50527 JR128 (1,500-2,500)

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528

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE. Cal 52. SN 17037. Altered carbine with a 21-1/2” bbl, square base front sight, no rear sight or provision therefor. Appears to be an original forearm with replacement buttstock that has a military style sling loop inletted into the left side. The pellet priming mechanism appears to be intact. CONDITION: Fair to good as noted. Iron retains a medium gray patina with light surface pitting and what appears to be a deep sword cut in the left side about mid point on the bbl. Wood is sound with the forearm missing slivers at the tip and is much battered and used. Buttstock has a grain check or two and retains most of an old refinish. Bore appears to have been reamed smooth and has heavy pitting. 4-50753 JR72 (1,000-2,000)

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529

ALTERED NEW MODEL 63 SHARPS CARBINE. Cal 52. SN C10201. Standard carbine with 22” bbl, square base front sight and Sharps carbine ladder rear sight. Usual markings on the bbl, receiver, and lockplate, standard stock and forearm. The bore has been reamed smooth and is now about 54 cal. CONDITION: Fair to good – altered as noted. No original finish remaining being an even gray brown patina with spots of heavy pitting midpoint on the bbl. Wood is heavily worn with some battering but is sound. Bore is shiny with scattered light pitting. 4-50561 JR108 (750-1,250)

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530

SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal 50CF. SN 84569. Standard carbine with 22” bbl, altered front sight, carbine ladder rear sight, and standard stock and forearm with sling bar and ring on the left side. The buttstock is carved on both sides with the name that appears to be “J C Gillbopio”. The right side of the buttstock is branded in 1/2” letters “T & P”. CONDITION: Fair to good. Metal all retains a very dark brown patina showing much wear with most of the lettering worn away. Wood is sound missing slivers from the forearm and overall shows very heavy wear. Lever latch is missing. Strong dark bore. 4-50503 JR174 (1,000-1,500)

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531

BURNSIDE 4TH MODEL CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54. SN 18698. Standard carbine with 21” bbl, usual sights and markings, small forearm with bbl band and straight stock with carbine butt and sling swivel. There is the outline of a cartouche on the left wrist. The sling bar & ring have been removed. CONDITION: Fair to good. Metal has been cleaned and retains a mottled silver/brown patina with light surface rust. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics, strong bright bore with moderate pitting. 4-51122 JR1043 (800-1,200)

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532

PETTENGILL ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal 44. SN 3406. Large Army revolver with 7-1/2” oct bbl, hammerless DBL action frame with 2-pc walnut grips. All the metal has been nickel-plated and the rammer assembly is missing. CONDITION: Cylinder and grips are matching. No other number can be found and apparently some internal parts are either damaged or missing. Overall it retains about 50% milky nickel. Grips have a visible cartouche on the left side with much bettering and 7 notches cut in the front edges. Strong dark bore. 4-50614 JR297 (400-700)

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533

SAVAGE NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 36. SN 5353. Usual configuration with 7-1/8” oct bbl, and 2-pc walnut grips with outline of a cartouche on the left side. It has heart shaped trigger guard with usual ring cocking lever & separate trigger and usual markings on the top strap. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being an even dark brown patina overall with some light pitting on the bbl and around the forcing cone. Grips are worn with a chipped toe and a replaced screw and right grip escutcheon. Mechanics are fine, strong dark bore. 4-51147 JR970 (500-800)

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534

WHITNEY NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 36. SN 15421. Appears to be a rare tin or nickel-plated, martially marked Whitney Navy, standard features, 7-5/8” oct bbl, small pin front sight with 2-pc walnut grips. There is a legible cartouche on the left grip and there are visible inspector marks on some of the parts. CONDITION: About good. All matching including the grips. Retains 75-80% milky nickel or tin plating that is bubbled & flaking over most of the surface. It has a couple of spots of pitting on the bbl and on the grip frame. Cylinder has light pitting. Grips are worn but fine with numerous small nicks & scratches. Crisp mechanics, strong bore with light pitting. 4-51159 JR973 (600-1,000)

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535

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Cal 31. SN 312768. Usual configuration with 4” 1-line NY address bbl, 6-shot cylinder, brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips and a stage coach hold-up scene on the cylinder. CONDITION: Good to very good. All matching except the wedge and rammer, which are unnumbered. All the metal retains a blue-gray patina possibly old artificial aging. Backstrap and trigger guard are a light yellow patina. Grips are quite worn and retain about 25% original varnish. Cylinder retains about 25% stage coach hold-up scene. Strong dark bore, good mechanics. 4-50308 JR274 (500-800)

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536

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 31. SN 24484. Usual configuration with 4” oct bbl, 2-line New York address, small brass front sight, with silver plated brass trigger guard & back strap and 1-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: About fine. All matching except the wedge which is numbered “515”. Bbl retains 75-80% thin blue/brown finish and the rammer lever traces of original case colors. Cylinder is a gray/brown patina and retains about 85-90% strong original stagecoach holdup scene. Frame is a silver/gray patina and the grip frame retains about 75% strong original silver plating. Left side of the trigger guard at the frame has a mashed spot. Mechanics are fine. Grips retain about 90% original varnish and it has a bright shiny bore. 4-51158 JR959 (500-800)

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537

CASED STARR DA ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 6806. Rare cased Starr revolver with blue finish, 6” bbl, and 1-pc wood grip. Has usual markings on each side of the frame and is a commercial model. Accompanied by a fine original purple velvet lined compartmented walnut case containing an original angled spout, dbl sided, eagle flask, an original Starr single cavity bullet mold with sprue cutter, and “L” shaped nipple wrench, a tin of Hicks caps and a small nickel oil bottle. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. All matching. Revolver retains about 60% strong original blue with the balance worn & flaked to a light patina. Mechanics are fine and it has a shiny bore with moderate pitting. Top strap of the frame has a crack just above the forcing cone. Case is very fine to extremely fine with slightly faded interior and a worn spot at the front sight. Exterior is sound and retains most of its original finish with light scratches and storage marks. 4-51401 JR921 (4,000-7,000)

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538

GREAT STARR DA ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 4656. Usual configuration with 6” rnd bbl, usual dovetail front sight with case colored trigger, hammer and rammer lever. It has 1-pc walnut grips with sharp cartouche and small inspector initials on the various parts. It is accompanied by an original Starr double sided E Pluribus Unum eagle flask, an original Starr single cavity bullet mold and an “L” shaped nipple wrench. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, possible unfired. Retains about 90% glossy bright blue overall with minor flaking around the muzzle and flaked striation lines on the frame. Trigger, hammer and rammer lever retain most of their bright original case colors. Cylinder retains 93-95% bright glossy blue with the missing blue flaked to a light patina. There are some light scratches and a cylinder line around the back 1/4” of the cylinder. Grips are crisp with a small chip at the back edge, a few light nicks and bruises, bright shiny bore with a spot of rust. Flask is fine, no original finish and one small dent. Mold & nipple wrench are fine. 4-51510 JR988 (4,500-6,500)

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539

ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDE HAMMER NAVY REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 555. Standard model with 8” oct bbl, brass front sight, trigger guard rammer catch and 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains, dark brown patina overall with light surface pitting, heavier at the muzzle. Cylinder retains about 75-80% original scene. Good mechanics, fine grips, worn dark bore. Only approximately 750 of these revolvers were made. 4-50617 JR268 (800-1,200)

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540

ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 2165. Scarce limited production revolver with 7-1/2” oct to rnd bbl, homemade front sight with rear sight added to the top strap. It has rounded frame, with the trigger guard acting as a rammer lever and has 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Poor to fair. Heavily pitted overall. Mechanics need attention, grips are worn, worn dark bore. 4-51153 JR962 (400-700)

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541

ROGERS & SPENCER PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 2738. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” octagon bbl, cone front sight, with 2-pc reproduction walnut grips. It has small “B” inspector marks on the various parts. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 75-80% thin original blue overall. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore. Reproduction grips are fine. 4-51155 JR929 (500-800)

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542

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 102175. Martially marked with blue finish, 8” bbl, 2-pc walnut grips. There is the outline of a cartouche on the left grip and small inspector initials on the various parts. CONDITION: Good. Retains an overall plum brown finish with traces of blue in the sheltered areas. Rammer lever retains about 80% original blue. Left grip has chips around the edge and a repaired crack and overall they retain most of an old refinish. Trigger guard is brass with an inspector initial but appears to be from a smaller frame Navy revolver. Cylinder pin is stamped with the number “24”. Fine mechanics, brilliant shiny bore. 4-51145 JR977 (500-900)

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543

REMINGTON BEALS ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 722. Standard Beals Army with 8” oct bbl, dove-tailed cone German silver front sight with 2-pc smooth walnut grips. It has usual markings on the top flat and has a brass trigger guard. Only 1900 of these revolvers were ever produced and the early numbers were not martially inspected due to rush deliveries. CONDITION: About good. Retaining an even very dark brown patina overall. Worn but legible markings with old nicks & dings on the front part of the frame. Pitting on the hammer nose and around the forcing cone, having some nicks & scratches on the cylinder. Replaced rammer screw. Grips are sound. Missing a large chip from the right side with minor nicks & scratches. Strong bore with scattered moderate pitting. Fine mechanics. 4-51523 JR730 (2,000-3,000)

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544

REMINGTON NEW MODEL NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 36. SN 29970. Standard martial Navy, 7-3/8” oct bbl, pinched blade front sight with 2-pc walnut grips and brass trigger guard. It has standard bbl markings with inspector initials “MB” on the left side of the trigger guard and “N” on the left side of the frame. CONDITION: Good to very good. No original finish remains being a mottled silver/brown patina overall with some fine pitting at the muzzle and slightly heavier pitting around the forcing cone & top strap. Inside of the frame, on the bottom, was filed a long time ago. Grips are sound with minor nicks & scratches and traces of original varnish, replaced rammer screw. Cylinder has light vice marks on each side. Timing needs adjustment. Strong bright bore with scattered moderate pitting. 4-51522 JR729 (1,750-2,750)

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545

STARR BELGIUM CONVERSION REVOLVER. Cal 44CF. SN 12305. Built on a DBL action army with 6” bbl and 1-pc walnut grip. This revolver has been converted to its present configuration with a new cylinder with 5 chambers. Otherwise externally appears original. The cylinder has usual Belgian proofs and there are small Belgian proofs on the various other parts. The frame takedown screw is a replacement. CONDITION: Extremely fine. All matching including the new cylinder. Retains about 80% original blue turned dull on the frame. Cylinder retains about 60% of the Belgian blue. Bright shiny bore with scattered light pitting. Good mechanics. 4-50664 JR237 (750-1,250)

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546

STARR SINGLE ACTION ARMY CONVERSION REVOLVER. Cal 44CF. SN 23364. Usual configuration, martially marked with 8” rnd bbl and 1-pc walnut grip. The conversion was accomplished by attaching a recoil shield with captive firing pin and turning down the back of the cylinder. CONDITION: Fine to very fin. Overall retains 70-75% original finish with heavy pitting at the muzzle and fine pitting on the frame. Grip has a chip missing on the left side, the bottom edges are chipped and the butt is battered. Strong bore with moderate to heavy pitting. Good mechanics. 4-50665 JR234 (800-1,200)

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547

STARR DA ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 13623. Normal confirmation, 6” rnd bbl, original front sight with 1-pc walnut grips that have the outline of a cartouche on each side. There are small inspector marks visible on the various parts. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains, having been chemically stripped, leaving a dark gray patina with fine pitting over most of the surface. Grips are worn and retain most of an old refinish. Mechanics are fine, strong bright bore with fine pitting. 4-51148 JR976 (300-500)

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548

STARR SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Cal 44. SN 24236, martially marked with small inspectors initials on the various parts. There is a faint outline of cartouches on both sides of the 1-pc walnut grip. It has an 8” rnd bbl. CONDITION: Fair. Crusty brown patina overall with one area of heavy rust on the cylinder. Grips are sound with a dark oil patina. Mechanics are fine. Worn dark bore. 4-50870 JR291 (500-800)

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549

ENGRAVED STARR DBL ACTION NAVY REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 878. Usual configuration, 6” bbl with replaced front sight with engraving over the frame and cylinder with fine foliate arabesque patterns. It has the original type 1-pc walnut grip. All the nipples are broken. CONDITION: As noted. Retains a gray artificially aged patina overall. Battered screws and worn edges. Grips are chipped and worn and the bore is dark and crusty. Mechanics need attention. 4-50666 JR233 (800-1,200)

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550

ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER LIP FIRE ARMY REVOLVER. Cal 44 lip fire. SN 350. Later model with narrow grip, 7-1/2” oct to rnd bbl, brass front sight with 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: About good. All matching including the grips. All the metal surfaces have been wire wheel cleaned bright leaving a very fine pitted surface with some scattered areas of deeper pitting. Grips are fine and retain 75-80% original varnish. Strong bore with scattered pitting. Good mechanics. 4-50616 JR271 (500-1,000)

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551

ALLEN & WHEELOCK BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 537. Side hammer revolver with 4-3/4” oct bbl with German silver front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. The cylinder has a forest scene with deer and dogs. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being a silver gray patina on the bbl and frame with the cylinder a dark patina. Good mechanics and strong bore with pitting. Grips are sound with chips and are slightly battered on the bottom. Nipples are hammered over. 4-50641 JR244 (500-800)

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552

ALLEN & WHEELOCK BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal 36. SN 84. Side hammer revolver with 5-3/4” oct bbl with German silver front sight and 2-pc walnut grips. The cylinder has a forest scene with deer, dogs, and birds. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being a light gray patina, cylinder scene is good, grips are good, mechanics need attention. 4-50629 JR251 (500-1,000)

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553

TWO CASED REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVERS. Cal. 44. SN 54833 & 54189. Both have blue finish, 8” bbls with matching modern engraving through the finish, on the top flat of the bbl, top front of the frame, backstrap, trigger guard and over the serial number on the bottom flat. Both have military inspector initials over the various parts. Both have silver plated brass trigger guards & replacement 2-pc walnut grips. They are accompanied by a mahogany, fabric lined case with a rectangular silver plate in the lid inscribed “Presented to / Maj. Loring W. Muzzey / Lexington, Mass.” We cannot guarantee inscription. CONDITION: #54189 retains 60-70% strong original blue with the rammer lever & cylinder light patina mixed with blue. Mechanics are fine with strong bright bore & scattered fine pitting. #54833 retains about 50% blue mixed with light patina. Good mechanics, bright shiny bore with fine pitting in two grooves. Case has a lost splinter on the bottom and has loose joints, otherwise is sound with a moth eaten lining. 4-51402 (2,000-4,000)

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554

ENGRAVED REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 44. SN 112872. Nickel finish, 8” oct bbl, with pinched blade front sight, and extensive after market very fine engraving. Engraving covers about 96% of the entire exterior surface of the revolver in very nicely executed intertwined foliate & floral arabesque patterns with punch dot background. It is fitted with nicely aged 2-pc ivory grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains most of its original nickel plating with a few small spots of secondary bright plating. Mechanics are fine. Grips are very crackled with lines and a small spot of fill on the right side, slightly shrunken and with a replaced chip on the right toe. Dark strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-50494 JR1011 (1,750-2,750)

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555

STARR BELGIUM CONVERSION REVOLVER. Cal 44CF. SN 12211. Built on a DBL action army with 6” bbl and 1-pc walnut grip. This revolver has been converted to its present configuration with a new cylinder with 5 chambers. Otherwise externally appears original. The cylinder has usual Belgian proofs and there are small Belgian proofs on the various other parts. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as refinished at the conversion. Sound grip with chipped edges and a bright strong bore with moderate pitting. Good mechanics. An unusual conversion. 4-50663 JR232 (700-1,000)

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556

LEFECHAUX STYLE PINFIRE REVOLVER. Cal 11mm. SN 279. Nickel finish with 6” rnd bbl, typical open top frame with unusual 10-shot cylinder and articulated ejector. It has a bag shaped grip with smooth ebony panels and a Lanyard ring in the butt. The frame, cylinder, backstrap, and trigger guard are modestly engraved in foliate patterns. The front sight is a replacement. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 85-90% original bright nickel, good mechanics and good grips. 4-50650 JR235 (800-1,200)

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557

INSCRIBED ENGRAVED MOORES PATENT INFRINGEMENT POCKET REVOLVER. Cal 32RF. SN 7490. Fine 7-shot pocket revolver with 4” oct bbl that is marked on the top flat “Made for Smith & Wesson by Moore’s Pat. Firearms Co.”. It has brass frame and 2-pc rosewood grips with an ejecting rod under the bbl. The bbl, cylinder, and frame are very nicely engraved in arabesque patterns with punch dot background and the front grip strap is engraved in period script “MAJ. A. Rathkay/1st FLA. U.S. Cav.”. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl, cylinder, and hammer retain a light gray brown artificially aged patina. Frame and grip straps retain 40-50% thin silverplating. Grips are sound and retain 85-90% strong original varnish. Strong dark bore. Mechanics need attention, the cylinder doesn’t lock up. 4-50603 JR243 (500-1,000)

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558

MANHATTAN POCKET MODEL REVOLVER. Cal 36, SN 64165. Usual configuration with 4-1/2” oct bbl, brass post front sight, with 5-panel rolled cylinder scene and 1-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Good to very good. All matching including the wedge. Entire revolver has been refinished with fine blue bbl, case colored rammer and hammer with nickel plated frame, backstrap, and trigger guard. Grips have been revarnished. Strong dark bore, good mechanics, worn grips. 4-50306 JR275 (200-400)

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559

CIVIL WAR ERA PINFIRE REVOLVER. Cal. about 12 mm. SN 30595. Civil War era pinfire of the type used by the Confederacy with 6-1/2” round bbl, tall bead front sight, 6-shot unfluted cylinder, open-top frame with 2-pc walnut grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. Missing its loading gate. CONDITION: Overall gray/brown patina with traces of blue on the cylinder. Mechanics are fine. Grips are sound and retain 40-50% original varnish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-50671 JR1138 (300-500)

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560

ALLEN WHEELOCK CONVERTED BELT REVOLVER. Cal 32RF. SN 156. Usual configuration 6” oct bbl, 2-pc walnut grips with converted cylinder. Rammer is still present. CONDITION: Good plus. No original finish remains, light gray patina with scattered surface rust. Grips have a hole in each side. Missing the grip pin. Strong dark bore. Cylinder will not lock. 4-50618 JR254 (400-600)

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561

ALLEN WHEELOCK BELT REVOLVER. Cal 32 lip fire. SN 319. Usual configuration 6” oct bbl, 2-pc walnut grips. Rammer is still present. CONDITION: Good to very good. No original finish remains, medium gray-brown patina with scattered light pitting, heavy around the forcing cone. Cracked right grip, no original finish remains. Strong dark bore. Good mechanics. 4-50619 JR255 (500-800)

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562

ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON NO 1 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER. Cal 22 short. SN 121799. Usual configuration with 3-1/4” oct bbl, German silver front sight, beautifully engraved with very fine foliate arabesque patterns on the frame and geometric and arabesque patterns on the bbl. It has 2-pc rosewood grips. CONDITION: Fair to good, no original finish remains. Frame engraving is beautiful and extremely sharp. Bbl engraving and cylinder are covered in moderate pitting all over. Grips are fine and it has a strong dark bore. Mechanics are fine. 4-50599 JR242 (500-1,000)

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563

ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON 1ST MODEL 3RD ISSUE REVOLVER. Cal 22 Short. SN 99536. Very nicely factory engraved little revolver with 3-3/16” keyhole bbl and pearl grips. Bbl is engraved in geometric patterns with a long oval on each side, a starburst on each side of the ejector rod housing and wavy outline around the bbl address. Receiver is engraved with full coverage on both sides of foliate arabesque patterns with punch dot background. The hinge flat on top is engraved in a starburst pattern and the backstrap with a starburst and intertwining lines. Cylinder, hammer, trigger and ejector pin are all factory gold plated with the balance nickel plated. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains most of its original nickel finish and the receiver 60-70% nickel finish mixed with clean metal finish. Gold plated pieces retain most of their original plating with some losses and light pitting on the cylinder. Grips are fine and bright with good fire and a hairline on the left side. Bright shiny bore with a few spots of scattered pitting. 4-50386 JR404 (1,500-2,000)

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564

INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON 1ST MODEL 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER. Cal 22 Short. SN 63761. Usual configuration with 3-1/4” blued keyhole bbl, slightly modified German silver front sight and silver plated frame with 2-pc rosewood grips. Right side of the frame is inscribed “TO / CAPT. L. J. TAYLOR” and on the left side, on the sideplate, “FROM / CO. K”. Accompanied by a reproduced photo of Capt. Taylor reportedly taken the day that he enlisted. Also enclosed is a biography of Lorison James Taylor; A.K.A. L. J. Taylor, which stated that he was born in 1842 in Michigan and died in 1890 in Michigan. He joined the Union Army on May 25, 1861 for three years and was assigned to Company K, 2nd Michigan Infantry Vol. as a Private. He was wounded on July 11, 1863 and was apparently a Sargent at the time. He re-enlisted as a 2nd Lieutenant on Oct. 10, 1964 and again on March 16, 1865 as a Captain, all with Company K, 11th Michigan Infantry. He mustered out on Sept. 16, 1865. Taylor fought a number of famous engagements including Fair Oaks, the Peninsular Campaign, Knoxville and served with Grant at Appomattox Courthouse. He was wounded on three different occasions, once to his head. After the war, he returned to Michigan and was a state representative 1873-75 and a Senator in 1877. He later homesteaded in Dakota Territory in 1882-1888 when he returned to Michigan. He died in an insane asylum on July 29th, 1890 and his condition was ascribed to: “wounds to the head received in the line of duty, while patient was in the service of the U.S. Government during the war of the rebellion”. Also accompanying is part of his family tree which includes a descendent named Margaret Mary Detlor born in 1926 who was, at that time, the owner of this revolver. It was consigned by one of her direct family descendents. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains about 85% bright blue mixed with light surface rust. Receiver retains about 95% original silver plate. Right grip is missing a sliver, otherwise they retain most of their original varnish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-50385 JR405 (2,000-3,000)

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565

SMITH & WESSON CIVIL WAR ERA #2 ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 32 RF. SN 40081. Usual configuration with 5” keyhole bbl with German silver half-moon front sight and 2-pc rosewood grips. CONDITION: Very good to fine. All matching including the grips. Retains about 50-60% thin original blue turning plum. Grips are fine with most of their original varnish. Bore is strong & dark with light pitting, may clean much better. Hand is missing. 4-51179 JR925 (300-600)

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566

REMINGTON NEW MODEL POLICE CONVERSION REVOLVER. Cal. 38 RF. SN 2976. Usual configuration with 4-1/2” oct bbl, half moon German silver front sight, standard factory conversion, 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl & rammer lever retain 60-70% thin blue turning plum. Frame & cylinder are mostly dark brown patina with traces of original blue. Trigger guard retains most of its original silver plating and the grips are fine with most of an old restored finish. Strong dark bore. 4-51165 JR934 (300-500)

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567

REMINGTON MODEL 1871 ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL. Cal. 50 CF. Standard configuration with 8” rnd bbl, pinched blade front sight, tiny forearm and 1-pc walnut grip with legible cartouche. The various parts have small inspector’s initials. CONDITION: About good. Bbl retains most of a cold blue finish with scattered spots of deep pitting. Frame retains 30-40% silvered case colors with fine pitting. Grip is fine with minor nicks & dings. Forearm is worn, nicked & dinged. Fine mechanics, strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-51146 JR969 (400-700)

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