Important Firearms Auction
Totals Over $1.4 Million!

Auction: March 11 & 12, 2002

Preview: March 11 & 12, 2002

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

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 44 WCF. Standard carbine with 20″ bbl, full mag, uncheckered wood with carbine butt. SN 871824 CONDITION: Very good. Retains about all of a fine professional refinish with some fine surface pitting remaining. Bright shiny bore. 4-44601 JL47 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 92 SPECIAL ORDER EASTERN CARBINE. CAL: 38 WCF. Standard grade with 20″ round bbl, 2/3 magazine, ivory bead front sight and 3-leaf platinum line carbine sight. Wood is uncheckered with straight stock and Winchester hard rubber shotgun buttplate. SN 971016 CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 85-90% thin orig. blue, mag tube retains about 95%. The bbl band has been cold blued, the receiver has flaked to about 70% thin blue under a coating of dried oil and has the appearance of a stainless steel receiver. Wood is sound and retains about all of a fine restored finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-44640 JL53 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 44 WCF. Standard carbine with ivory bead front sight and Lyman 6A rear sight. SN 269496 CONDITION: Good to very good. 85-90% bbl and mag. tube, 50% receiver, 75% wood, grease stained on the wrist. Bright shiny bore. Left side of the receiver with two extra holes and wear from an old side mount sight, which is missing. 4-45824 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 53 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. CAL. 25-20. 22” round bbl, half magazine, shotgun butt, made in 1925. SN 3168 CONDITION: 75% orig. blue mixed with light surface rust and pitting. Stock is oil stained but still solid, bore is bright, action is tight. 4-45330 FS77 (400-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 92 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL: 25-20. Standard rifle, 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, opens sights, uncheckered wood, straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 485773 CONDITION: Very good-plus. Retains about all of a fine restored finish to both metal and wood, a couple of minor mars and dings on stock. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-44614 JL52 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 38 WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, standard sights, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 663072 CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 90% blue on the bbl and mag tube with scattered fine pinpoints of surface rust. The receiver retains about 75% dull blue with three or four spots of pitting on the left side. The wood is sound and retains most of a refinish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-44689 JL66 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 25-20. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. The front sight has been changed to a Sheard with brass bead. SN 659484 CONDITION: Very good. The bbl and magazine tube retain 75-80% thin blue-brown with a small dimple on the left side flat. Receiver retains about 60% blue turning brown, gray on top and bottom. The wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish with minor handling and use nicks and scratches. Strong bright bore with scattered light pitting. 4-45684 JL207 (500-1000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 25-20. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. The front sight has been modified by thinning, the rear sight is standard, semi-buckhorn. SN 658064 CONDITION: Good. The bbl retains a thin plum-brown patina with light surface rust. The magazine tube retains about 90% dull orig. blue. The receiver is mostly a silver metal color with light surface pitting. Wood is sound, dark and oil stained with a fine hand-rubbed patina. Strong dark bore. 4-45685 JL206 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SPECIAL ORDER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL: 38 WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, half-nickel front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. The wood is uncheckered with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 601995 CONDITION: About good. No orig. finish remains, the metal being a brown to silver patina. The forearm has a repaired crack and there is a hairline in back of the top tang and the wood retains most of a refinish. Strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-44641 JL54 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SPECIAL ORDER RIFLE. CAL. 32-40. 24-1/4” round bbl 2/3 magazine, shotgun butt, Lyman front sight. Made in 1909. SN 498707 CONDITION: 50% orig. blue on bbl and magazine tube, traces elsewhere, all with signs of touchup. There is considerable scratching on the frame. Some of the screw heads are badly rounded. The bottom inch of the buttplate is missing and there are cracks, chips and repairs at the frame. Bore is dark, action is fine. 4-47736 X3 (350-700)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 32-40. Standard grade rifle, 26″ round bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood, straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. The rear sight has been replaced with a Marlin or Remington-type sight. SN 121188 CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains about 80% blue overall, thinner on the receiver. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-44549 JL28 (400-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL: 30 WCF. Late takedown rifle, standard grade, 26″ oct. bbl, plain wood. SN 750768 CONDITION: About good. Replacement bbl, broken loading gate, all other metal touched up, refinished wood. Strong bright bore, dark in the grooves. 4-44646 (250-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SPECIAL ORDER RIFLE. CAL: 32SS. 26” round bbl, button magazine, Marble sights. Made in 1906. SN 340847 CONDITION: 70% blue on bbl and loading lever, faint traces elsewhere. Wood has numerous small dents and scratches. Bore is dark, action is fine. 4-44735 FS5 (450-800)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 30WCF. Standard carbine, gumwood stocks, extended marbles front sight with carbine ladder rear sight. SN 846566 CONDITION: About good. 70-75% bbl and mag tube blue, stripped wood, oil stained at the wrist, otherwise sound. Strong bright bore, dark in the grooves. 4-45836 (300-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 PRE-64 CARBINE. CAL. 30-30. Late long wood carbine with straight stock and checkered steel buttplate, standard sights. SN 2132870 CONDITION: Very good-plus. Retains most of a fine restored finish to both metal and wood, bright shiny bore. 4-44695 (150-250)

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EARLY WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 38-55. Early first year production rifle. Standard grade rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, homemade front sight with semi-buckhorn rear sight, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 6058 CONDITION: Good. Retains an even dark brown attic patina over all the metal surfaces with traces of blue in the most sheltered areas. The wood is sound and retains traces of orig. varnish. Strong bright bore with some light frosting in the grooves. 4-45359 Z213 (1000-1500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 30WCF. Standard rifle, 26″ oct. bbl, full mag., uncheckered wood, shotgun butt, 3-leaf carbine sight, broken Beeches front sight. SN 229531 CONDITION: Fair to good. 75% bbl and mag tube, 35% receiver. No finish on the forearm, replaced butt stock with 80% varnish. Strong dirty bore. 4-45846 (300-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 38-55. Standard rifle, 26″ round bbl,full mag., uncheckered wood. SN 213529 CONDITION: Good. Dirty, gray-brown bbl, 75% mag. tube, 20% receiver, dirty wood. Strong bright bore. 4-45847 (300-600)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 30WCF (30-30). Standard grade rifle with bbl cut to 21-1/2”, button magazine, ivory bead hunting front sight with semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 51633 CONDITION: Good. The bbl retains 75-80% orig. blue, receiver about 70% thin orig. blue. The stock has a couple of small cracks on the left wrist, otherwise the wood is sound and retains traces of the orig. finish. Strong bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-44643 JL210 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 PRE-64 CARBINE. CAL. 32 WS. Standard short wood carbine with sling swivels added. SN 2476431 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Minor scratches on the wood, groove in mag tube and bbl. 4-44697 (150-250)

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20

*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 POST-64 TRAPPER. CAL. 30-30. Early trapper, 16″ bbl, open sights, shotgun butt. SN 4812266 CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains most of its blue and wood finish with some flaking and mildew. Bright shiny bore. 4-44647 (150-300)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. CAL. 44mag. Canadian made Winchester , standard configuration, 20″ bbl, full magazine, ramp front sight with hood, nicely figured uncheckered wood, straight stock with hard rubber buttplate. The bottom of the receiver is marked “GUNS BF/LINCOLNSHIRE,IL.” Accompanied by its orig. red, white and blue cardboard box, hang tag and owners manual. SN 4660186 CONDITION: New in the original box, box slightly battered but fine. 4-44709 (200-400)

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22

*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 ILLINOIS SESQUICENTENNIAL LEVER ACTION CARBINE. CAL. 30-30. Saddle ring carbine. Usual markings with orig. black and red plaid box with papers. SN IS11631 CONDITION: New, unfired. Box good with a couple of tears. 4-45279 JL443 (250-350)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 BUFFALO BILL COMMEMORATIVE CARBINE. CAL. 30-30. Saddle ring carbine with 20″ oct. bbl, medallion in the stock and usual markings. Accompanied by its orig. cardboard box. SN WC26405 CONDITION: Appears new in the box with a couple of scratches on the receiver. Box with a couple of tears. 4-45275 JL444 (250-350)

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*WINCHESTER CHEYENNE COMMEMORATIVE CARBINE. CAL. 44-40. Standard post-64 carbine with gold-plated receiver, lever, bbl bands and a medallion in the stock with tang sight. In its orig. box with papers. SN CH05607 CONDITION: New in the box, with colorful sleeve. 4-44711 (300-500)

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*WESTERN ARMS COPY OF A WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 44-40. Red Cloud – 1 of 1000 Commemorative with receiver engraved in Indian motifs having a standing buffalo on right sideplate and a likeliness of Red Cloud on left. The panel in front of the left sideplate is inscribed with a tribute to Red Cloud. 19″ bbl with full magazine, heavy front sight integral to the front bbl band with a 2-position rear sight having a short ladder. The forearm has a row of brass tacks down each side, the buttstock has two rows of brass tacks just above the buttplate. SN 39248 CONDITION: Appears new and unfired retaining virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood. 4-45682 JL217 (400-700)

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*UBERTI 1873 CARBINE. CAL. 44-40. Standard carbine without saddle ring with orig. box. SN 22254 CONDITION: New in the box. 4-44710 (250-400)

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SET OF SIGHTS FOR WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 RIFLE. 1) Thick base mid-range Vernier tang sight complete with mounting screws. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 75-80% orig. finish. 2) Beech’s front sight with gold washed ring. CONDITION: Very good. 60% thinning gold wash, 50% blue. 4-44704 JL75 (350-700)

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COLT MEDIUM FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. CAL. 32WCF. Standard rifle with 26″ oct. bbl full magazine, checkered 2-pc forearm and uncheckered stock with straight grip and crescent steel buttplate. The sights are replaced with a high silver blade Rocky Mountain front and a Winchester style semi-buckhorn rear sight. Missing the small tang plug screw. SN 43724 CONDITION: Good. The bbl and magazine tube retains 75-80% blue-brown with a patch of rust on the left flat, a small dent in the magazine tube. Receiver retains about 80% thin glossy blue with some minor scratches. Wood is sound, missing a small chip at the toe and retains most of an old refinish. Strong dark bore. 4-45769 Z245 (800-1200)

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COLT MEDIUM FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. CAL. 38 WCF. Standard grade rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, full magazine, replacement checkered forearm and checkered pistol grip stock with crescent steel buttplate. Replacement front sight with a semi-buckhorn orig. rear sight. SN 17380 CONDITION: About good. Metal retains 65-75% plum-blue. The aforementioned replacement wood has most of an amateur finish. Stock has a repaired crack in the wrist. Strong bright bore with light pitting. 4-45768 Z222 (400-700)

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COLT MEDIUM FRAME LIGHTING SLIDE ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 32-20. 22 1/2” shortened oct. bbl, shortened, replaced sights, missing the dust cover. SN 52383 CONDITION: Metal surfaces have been filed and artificially toned with some spots of pitting remaining. Wood has been repaired and refinished but cracks, chips and scrapes remain. The action is good, bore is dark. 4-44739 X2 (400-700)

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MARLIN MODEL 1889 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 44WCF. Standard grade rifle, 24″ oct. bbl, Lyman ivory bead hunting front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight and Lyman tang sight, uncheckered wood, straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 39722 CONDITION: About very good. 85% dull blue overall, plum-brown on the bottom of the receiver and lever. Sound forearm with 80% dark orig. finish, cracked toe on the stock with 65-70% orig. finish. Strong bore with light pitting. Hammer screw won’t tighten. 4-45835 (300-600)

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*MARLIN MODEL 1893 SHORT RIFLE. CAL. 32-40. Standard grade rifle with 20″ oct. bbl marked on the left flat “Special Smokeless Steel”, full magazine, case colored receiver, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 190381 CONDITION: Very good. The bbl and magazine tube retain about 95% orig. strong blue with scattered rust freckling. Receiver retains 35-40% faded case colors, strong in sheltered areas, slightly battered screws. The wood is sound and retains about 90% bright varnish. Strong bright bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-44593 JL43 (500-1000)

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*MARLIN MODEL 1936 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. CAL. 30-30. Early Eastern carbine with 20″ bbl, case colored receiver, pistol grip stock cut to 13-5/16″. SN 2206 CONDITION: Very good. 90% blue, 50% case colors with speckled rust, cut stock, bright shiny bore. 4-44685 (200-350)

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MARLIN MODEL 1891 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 32 RF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ round bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. The lower tang has the safety device. SN 92334 CONDITION: Good, plus. The bbl and magazine tube retain 93-95% orig. blue, turning dull, possibly old dried oil. Receiver retains 15-20% blue, turning brown. Wood is sound, with most of an old refinish and some light mildew and white paint spots. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-44594 JL44 (400-700)

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MARLIN MODEL 1897 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 22. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, uncheckered wood, hard rubber buttplate. SN 181264 CONDITION: About good. Gray-brown bbl and receiver, magazine tube cut, wood is sound with an old refinish. Strong bright bore. 4-45837 (150-250)

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*MARLIN MODEL 39-A LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 22. Standard rifle, all blued finish, receiver sight holes on the left side. SN C737 CONDITION: Good to very good. Strong blue with chemical spotting on the bbl, no orig. finish on wood. Bright bore. 4-45843 (150-250)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 30-30. Light little rifle with 20″ bbl, silver blade Rocky Mountain front sight, open rear sight, uncheckered wood with straight stock and carbine buttplate. SN 292097 CONDITION: Good to very good, completely refinished. Strong bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-44590 (150-300)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 1899 TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 22 High-power. Standard rifle with 20″ tapered round bbl, German silver front sight blade, missing the bbl sight with a Marbles tang sight on the receiver. The wood is uncheckered with a schnable tip forearm and straight perch belly stock with Savage logo black hard rubber buttplate. Accompanied by a carton of misc. reloaded ammunition, brass and bullets and a set of RCBS reloading dies and a hang tag envelope for a Model EG ib300. Also accompanied by a Redfield base and rings and the orig. rear sight. SN 125848 CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains most of an old refinish with a large scrape on the left side panel. Brass and dies are generally good. Bright shiny bore. 4-45392 Z182 (400-700)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 1899 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 22 HP. Take-down model, 20″ bbl, replacement sights, straight stock, steel buttplate. SN 143606 CONDITION: Good to very good. 90% blue, some pitting, thin on receiver. Refinished wood with cloth marks. Strong bright bore, may clean better. 4-44591 (250-400)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 99 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. CAL. 303 Sav. Standard grade rifle with 22″ tapered round bbl, open sights, straight stock, steel buttplate, non-factory swivels. SN 312666 CONDITION: Good to very good. Spots of rust on the bbl, refinished wood, bright shiny bore. 4-44687 (200-400)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 250-3000. Deluxe rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, open sights, heavy checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with serrated steel buttplate with after-market swivels. SN 699029 CONDITION: Very good. 80% blue, thin on the receiver, scattered light pitting on the receiver and lever. Sound wood, a couple of dings, light mildew. Bright shiny bore. 4-44592 (400-600)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 CASE COLORED RIFLE. CAL. 22 Short. 2nd Model with 24″ oct. bbl,standard sights and wood. SN 90583 CONDITION: Very good plus, 93-95% bbl and magazine tube, receiver with 15-20% case colors, good wood with 90% varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-45838 (700-1200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22WRF. 2nd Model, standard grade with 24″ oct. bbl, 3/4 magazine, crescent butt. SN 260785 CONDITION Very good to excellent. Retains about 95% bright orig. blue overall, light pitting on the bbl, dirty and in need of cleaning, good wood with about 95% varnish and mildew. Strong bright bore, needs cleaning. 4-45840 (500-1000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22LR. Standard rifle, 24″ oct. bbl, 3/4 magazine., standard wood. SN 854021 CONDITION: 90% bbl and magazine. tube, 95% receiver. Fine forearm, refinished stock. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-45849 (250-400)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22 Short. Standard rifle with 24″ oct. bb, fixed sights with small round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. This is a 2nd Model with the enclosed bolt. SN 45403 CONDITION: Good, plus. The bbl and magazine tube retain a medium brown patina with scattered light surface rust, vice mark patterns on the side flats and impressed cloth patterns on the left side of the bbl and upper end of the magazine tube. The receiver retains traced of silvered case colors but mostly is a light brown patina. Wood is sound with numerous small handling and use nicks and scratches retaining about 90% orig. varnish. Bore is dark with good strong rifling. Missing the two tiny bolt screws. 4-45763 Z204 (500-1000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 62 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22 S.L. or LR. Standard rifle with 23″ tapered round bbl, open sights, bullet shaped ribbed forearm, uncheckered stock with straight grip and black hard rubber buttplate. SN 26094 CONDITION: Very good. Retains about all of a fine refinish with a small splinter missing from the forearm. Stock is sound, wood retains about all its restored finish. Excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-44612 JL244 (250-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22 S,L or LR. Standard rifle with 20″ round bbl, full magazine. Model 1890 style ribbed forearm with straight stock and black hard rubber buttplate. Model 1890 style rear sight. SN 594220 CONDITION: Good. Orig. finish remains only in the sheltered areas with the balance of the metal being a silver gray color. The wood is sound with several light nicks, dings and a couple of gouges. Strong bore with scattered pitting. 4-45762 Z212 (250-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22. Standard rifle, standard wood with extended stock. SN 458558 CONDITION: About good. 50-60% dull finish. Bright shiny bore, missing the front sight and magazine tube. 4-45842 (150-300)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 24 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. CAL. 22 Short. Standard rifle, tiny schnable tip forearm. SN 10436 CONDITION: 95% bbl, orig. sights, 90% receiver, refinished wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-45826 (250-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 03 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. CAL. 22 Win/ Auto. Standard grade rifle with orig. sights. SN 40677 CONDITION: 80% bbl, gray receiver, refinished wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-45839 (250-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 03 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. CAL. 22 Win/Auto. Standard grade rifle with orig. sights. SN 83315 CONDITION: About good. No orig. finish remains, cracked forearm. Dark bore. 4-45841 (150-250)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 90 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22. 2nd Model cut-down rifle, nickel-plated, standard wood. Bbl cut to 19″, repaired toe. SN 23894 CONDITION: Poor to fair. Cut down, 20% nickel, traces of finish on the wood, broken repaired toe. Poor bore, will not stay latched. 4-43809 JL445 (150-250)

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*3RD MODEL WINCHESTER MODEL 90 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 22LR. Standard rifle, oct. bbl. SN 831289 CONDITION: Poor to fair. Heavily rusted, no finish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-45764 (150-250)

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REMINGTON NO. 4 ROLLING BLOCK TAKEDOWN SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. .32 RF. Standard rifle with 24″ tapered oct. bbl, fixed sights, long splinter forearm and straight stock with smooth steel buttplate. SN J187822. CONDITION: About new. Appears to be unfired, retaining virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood. Some scattered light surface spotting on the bbl and receiver, light scratches on the wood. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-44688 JL64 (300-500)

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*STEVENS FAVORITE SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. 32 Long RF. Oct. bbl, plain wood, open sights. SN B772 CONDITION: Fine, refinished wood. Bright bore. 4-45398 (200-300)

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STEVENS FAVORITE SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. 25 Stevens. Standard later rifle with 22″ oct. to round bbl, case colored receiver, uncheckered wood, curved hard rubber buttplate. SN I827 CONDITION: Near excellent. Fine blue, lots of case colors, fine wood, bright bore. 4-44600 (200-400)

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*STEVENS CRACK-SHOT SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. .22. Tiny boy’s rifle with fixed sights. SN A362 CONDITION: About excellent. 96% blue, 90% case colors, 95% wood, bright shiny bore. 4-44702 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER LOW WALL WINDER MUSKET. CAL. 22 Short. U.S. property marked, standard musket with Lyman peep sight and military sling. SN 130690 CONDITION: Very good to excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45857 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 52 STANDARD TARGET RIFLE. CAL. .22 LR. Pre-“A” model with speed lock, 28″ tapered standard weight bbl, pedestal front sight and military-style receiver mounted rear sight with scope blocks on the bbl. Medium weight walnut stock with bbl band, sling swivels and a checkered steel buttplate. SN 31324 CONDITION: Overall very good. The metal is excellent, retaining 95-97% strong orig. blue with only minor handling and use wear. Stock has a large repaired damage with wood filler on the wrist and retains most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-44674 JL62 (300-500)

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*MAUSER SINGLE SHOT SPORTING RIFLE. CAL. 22LR. Medium weight sporter, 27″ bbl, military-style sights, light colored stock. SN 197266, all matching. CONDITION: Very good to excellent, damaged butt plate. 4-45851 (300-500)

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*STEVENS MODEL 416 TARGET RIFLE. CAL. 22LR. Medium weight target rifle with dry military sling, Vernier peep sight. CONDITION: Very good, badly mildewed stock. 4-45852 (150-250)

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*RUGER MODEL 77/22 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 22LR. Blued finish, 20″ tapered bbl without sights, wood stock with Leupold M8, 6X scope in Ruger rings, leather sling and spare magazine. SN 700-32323 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains most of its orig. finish to both metal and wood with only minor handling and use marks. Excellent optics. 4-44473 JL2 (250-400)

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*LOT OF TWO BOLT ACTION 22 RIFLES. 1) WIinchester Model 60-A single shot. NSN CONDITION: All orig., blue-brown patina, solid wood with old refinish and mildew. Bright shiny bore. 2) Mossberg Model 42-M. Long forearm with cheek piece and sling swivels. NSN CONDITION: About excellent. Missing the magazine, bright shiny bore. 4-44679; 4-44708 (150-250)

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SLAVIA MODEL 618 AIR RIFLE. CAL. 177. Single shot, Czech made break open, spring air rifle with straight grain wood stock. NSN CONDITION: Good to very good. Will not stay cocked. 4-45693 (25-75)

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COLT MODEL 1882 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Field grade gun with 25-13/16″ bbls, checkered forearm and stock, dbl. trigger and extractors. The stock is cut to 12-3/4″ with a collapsed rubber pad. SN 1644 CONDITION: The bbl and stock cut as noted. Metal mostly polished bright with scattered pitting. Bright bores with scattered pitting. Dark wood with cracked wrist. 4-45834 (300-600)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Standard grade gun with 30″ cylinder bore bbl, uncheckered wood, semi-pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 8290 CONDITION: Good. The bbl retains 60-70% orig. blue with scattered rust spots. Receiver is mostly a gray patina with traces of old cold blue. The left forearm panel missing a chip and all the wood has most of a recent refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-44654 JL59 (200-400)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. CAL: 12ga. Standard grade with 28″ bbl, case hardened receiver, uncheckered wood with semi-pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. SN 15867 CONDITION: Good, plus. Traces of blue remain in sheltered areas and traces of faded case colors remain on the receiver, breech block and lever with the balance turned silver with scattered fine surface rust. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. The toe has a long chip missing with plastic wood filler. Strong bright bore that may clean better. 4-44644 JL55 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 97 PUMP SHOTGUN. CAL. 16ga. Standard grade with 28″ modified bbl, 2-3/4″ chamber, plain wood, hard rubber buttplate. SN 869777 CONDITION: Good. Cracked wrist, good metal, bright bore. 4-44701 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Standard grade 26″ Imp Cyl bbl, plain wood, plain bbl, replacement hard rubber buttplate. SN 328906 CONDITION: About good. Good bbl blue, gray receiver, cracked wrist. Bright shiny bore. 4-44648 (200-300)

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*RANGER (SAVAGE) DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Field gun with 30″ bbls, FULL/MOD, dbl. triggers and extractors, walnut wood with old waffle pad. SN X94202 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bright shiny bores, sound wood. 4-44675 (150-300)

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*LEFEVER NITRO SPECIAL DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. CAL: 20ga. 28″ bbls, FULL/FULL, double trigger and extractors. SN 136307 CONDITION: About good. Refinished metal and wood, light pitting, bright bores. 4-44485 (100-200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 37 SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Standard shotgun, 30″ full choke bbl. NSN CONDITION: About excellent. Minor scratches on the wood, bright shiny bore. 4-44653 (75-150)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 37-A SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. CAL. .410. Late production shotgun with 26″ bbl, checkered stock and forearm and in its orig. box with papers. SN C1085301 CONDITION: New in the box. 4-44660 (100-200)

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*REMINGTON SP-10 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. CAL. 10ga. Matte finish with 30″ vent rib, screw-choke bbl, checkered walnut stock and forearm with orig. brown waffle pad. Accompanied by its orig. cardboard box. SN LE89-4010 CONDITION: About new. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood. 4-44488 JL13 (600-1000)

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*BROWNING GOLD HUNTER 3-1/2″ SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Matte black finish with synthetic stock and forearm. Black waffle pad, 26″ vent rib, screw-choke bbl that has a custom front sight. Accompanied by its orig. box. SN 113MM07476 CONDITION: About new. Retains virtually all its orig. finish. 4-44484 JL11 (400-700)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 1187 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Special purpose matte shotgun with stained birch wood having a fully rifled 21″ bbl and accompanied by a 30″ vent rib, screw-choke bbl. Receiver is mounted with a special scope base containing a Leupold Vari-X III 4.5-14X scope with adjustable objective. Accompanied by the orig. shotgun box and a camouflage nylon sling. SN PC120815 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains most of its orig. finish to both metal and wood, excellent optics. 4-44478 JL7 (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER SUPER-X2 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Matte black finish, synthetic stock and forearm with black waffle pad, 26″ vent rib, screw-choke bbl, custom front sight, sling swivel bases. Accompanied by its orig. red cardboard box. SN 11ANN03991 CONDITION: About new. Retains virtually all its orig. finish. 4-44480 JL9 (400-700)

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*MARLIN MODEL 120 PUMP SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. 3″. Blued finish, 30″ full choke, vent rib bbl, checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with orig. recoil pad. SN 18805758 CONDITION: Fine. Retains 95/98% orig. finish. 4-45432 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 11 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. CAL. 12ga. Standard gun with 26″ plain full choke bbl. SN 12105 CONDITION: Good to very good. 75-80% finish overall, bright shiny bore. 4-44583 (100-300)

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*1900 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER. CAL. 30 LUGER. Usual configuration, blued finish with 4 3/4″ tapered round bbl, American eagle over the chamber, full checkered wood grips with proper, unnumbered, wood base magazine. Narrow trigger and thick thumb safety with wide grip safety. “GERMANY” is stamped below the serial number on the frame. SN 5549 CONDITION: About excellent, all matching. Retaining about 97-98% strong, bright original blue with about 96% good straw colors, slightly thinned on the thumb safety and toggle latch. The grips and magazine are equally fine with a brilliant shiny bore. JL505 4-45780 (1800-2,500)

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*DWM 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER. CAL. .30 Luger. Blued finish with 3-3/4″ bbl, full checkered wood grip and wood base magazine marked “GERMANY.” SN 6065. CONDITION: All matching. Good. Retains about 90% dull orig. blue, very worn grips and worn magazine. Bright shiny bore. 4-44630 JL91 (250-450)

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*DWM 1916 LUGER. CAL. 9mm. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, full checkered wood grips and wood base magazine numbered to another pistol. The sideplate lock bolt has been modified or replaced. SN 2622a CONDITION: Good to very good, except the sideplate bolt. Retains about 97% orig. blue, very good grips with a couple of minor chips and diamond point wear. All matching, including the grips, except the lock bolt. The bore has the shadow of a ring about 1″ from the muzzle, otherwise is bright and shiny and should not affect shooting. 4-44629 JL90 (300-600)

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LUGER TYPE-2 SNAIL DRUM MAGAZINE. Usual 32-round drum with stamped lever. Complete with dust cover. SN 563164 CONDITION: About very good, retains 85-90% strong original finish with light pitting on the lever and cover. Dust cover retains about 80% black paint. 4-45819 (400-700)

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WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE DRESS DAGGER. Unmarked blade with white plastic spiral handle, aluminum fittings with ball finial bearing the swastika on both sides and a spreadwinged eagle hand guard with a swastika in its talons. The sheath is pebble-grained aluminum with an oak leaf decorated tip and oak leaf decorated hanger with attached orig. hanger. Blue and silver straps and fittings with acorn and oak leaf decorations, which bear the German manufacturing and patent marks. There is a silver sword knot attached at the handle. CONDITION: The blade is fine with light drag marks and some very fine surface discoloration that should clean. Sheath is dark with some light oxidation. Hanger is fine and lightly oxidized. Sword knot has some loose threads and the handle is missing about half its twisted wire wrap. 4-45465 JL292 (300-500)

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*MODEL 1930 BROOMHANDLE MAUSER. CAL. 30 MAUSER. Blued finish with 5-1/2″ tapered round bbl, 1000 meter rear sight, coarse ribbed grips with lanyard ring in the butt. SN 911945 CONDITION: All matching. Retains 96-98% original blue, excellent grips, broken magazine spring, bright shiny bore. 4-45784 (600-1000)

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*MODEL 1930 BROOMHANDLE MAUSER. CAL. 30 MAUSER. Blued finish with 5-1/2″ tapered round bbl, 1000 meter rear sight, coarse ribbed grips with lanyard ring in the butt. SN 912606 CONDITION: All matching, retains 97-99% original blue, excellent grips, brilliant shiny bore. 4-45794 (750-1250)

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*COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY LONG SLIDE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL 38 ACP. Blued finish, 6″ bbl with front slide checkering, fixed sights, checkered round hammer, slide lock and lanyard swivel on the left side of frame. Rampant Colt black hard rubber grips and all blued 8-round magazine with patent date on bottom. SN 12593 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 85-90% thinning orig. blue with heaviest wear on slide and grip frames. Some scattered fine surface spotting and minor dings on left side of slide. Very good grips, bright shiny bore. 4-45370 JL126 (1200-1700)

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*SCARCE COLT MODEL 1905 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 45 ACP. Blued finish, 5″ bbl, fixed sights, checkered round hammer, diamond checkered walnut grips with a lanyard loop on the left side of the butt and back strap cut for a shoulder stock. SN 1504 CONDITION: Near excellent, retains 93-95% strong, bright blue with the trigger, slide lock and extractor retaining most of their orig. niter blue. Slide may have been refinished. Grips are excellent retaining most of their orig. varnish with some light dings on right side. Magazine is flaked to about 40%, excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45373 JL133 (1750-2,500)

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*EARLY COLT MODEL 1905 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL 45 ACP. Blued finish with 4-7/8″ bbl, checkered round hammer, diamond checkered walnut grips, 2nd type slide markings on the early frame with patent dates of 1897, 1902 and 1905. SN 381 CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains 85-90% thinning, bright orig. blue with muzzle and edge wear and gray grip frame. Grips are sound and show moderate to heavy wear with some orig. varnish on the diamonds. The magazine, probably an old replacement, retains 25-30% cleaned, thin blue. Excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45372 Z129 (1800-2,200)

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*COLT MODEL 1902 SPORTING LONG SLIDE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 38 ACP. Blued finish, 6″ bbl with front slide serration, fixed sights, checkered spur hammer, rampant Colt black hard rubber grips, all blued magazine without base markings. SN 6712 CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains about 90% thin blue overall with grayed grip frame, muzzle and edge wear. Excellent grips and bright, shiny bore. 4-45364 JL125 (1000-1500)

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*COLT MODEL 1902 SPORTING LONG SLIDE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 38 ACP. Blued finish, 6″ bbl with front serration, fixed sights, checkered round top hammer, rampant Colt black hard rubber grips and all blued magazine without base markings. SN 8751 CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains 90-92% strong bright orig. blue with muzzle and edge wear and some light chemical spotting on the left side of the slide and holster wear on the right side. The back strap is thinning and the left grip is missing the bottom screw. Otherwise the grips are sound with moderate wear. Excellent, bright, shiny bore. 4-45368 JL124 (1200-1700)

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*COLT MODEL 1902 SPORTING LONG SLIDE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 38 ACP. Blued finish, 6″ bbl, front slide serration, fixed sights, checkered round hammer, black rampant Colt hard rubber grips and an all blue, unmarked magazine. Accompanied by a Colt factory letter indicating shipment on January 26th, 1906 with another gun of the same type to Schoverling, Daly & Gales NY, NY. SN 8930 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 75-80% thin orig. blue, strong and bright in sheltered areas. Very good grips that show moderate wear and a strong bright bore, frosty in grooves. Magazine is excellent. 4-45375 JL131 (1000-1500)

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*COLT ARGENTINE NAVY GOVERNMENT MODEL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL 45 ACP. A 1941 production Commercial Gov’t. Model with 1911A1 features. Right side of slide below the ejection port is marked “REPUBLICA ARGENTINA/ARMARDA NACIONAL-1941” with standard commercial Colt markings elsewhere and the Argentine crest on top side of slide in front of rear sight. The slide fitted with orig. Schwartz safety, which is complete. Fitted with full checkered walnut grips and an all blue commercial magazine. SN C200995 CONDITION: Good to very good. Frame retains 75-80% bright, orig. blue with gray front strap and main spring housing. Slide has been cleaned with an abrasive material leaving it mostly white with blue in sheltered areas. Grips show much wear and the left has a crack around the lower escutcheon. Strong, bright bore with frosting in the grooves. 4-45396 JL127 (500-1000)

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*COLT 1911 GOV’T SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 45 ACP. Augusta Arsenal refinished with brown plastic grips. Accompanied by orig. buff colored box with “Anniston Ordnance Depot” label, shipped to Roger F. Fellows Brockton, MA. SN 327940 CONDITION: Excellent, as refinished, retaining virtually all its gray parkerizing. Box is fine with taped edges. 4-45803 (300-600)

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*COLT MODEL 1911 COMMERCIAL GOV’T MODEL. CAL. 45 ACP. Blued finish, usual configuration with diamond checkered walnut grips. The front strap is very nicely checkered with a diamond in the center. Early, long spur hammer, long trigger and short grip safety with an arched main spring housing. Accompanied a WWII military magazine. The bbl is a “F” & “P” proofed military bbl and the slide has military markings. The bottom edges of the grips are stamped “HCG”. SN C89749 (1917 production). CONDITION: Very good with the noted changes. Retaining about 90% blue overall with the frame thin toward the front and gray front strap, grips are fine with moderate wear, bright shiny bore. 4-45802 (500-800)

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*EARLY COMMERCIAL GOVERNMENT MODEL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 45 ACP. 1914 production with 1911 the last patent date with standard Commercial Gov’t Model markings, thin front sight and round top rear sight. Orig. long trigger, short hammer spur and short safety with flat main spring housing and diamond checkered walnut grips with a 2-tone lanyard loop magazine. Accompanied by a Colt Factory letter identifying this pistol as being shipped to Abercrombie & Fitch on May 2, 1914 in a shipment of six similar pistols. SN C6441 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 93-95% strong bright orig. blue with most of wear on front strap, which is mostly a brown patina. Balance of pistol has only light muzzle and sharp edge wear with some small scratches and spotting on frame. Grips are near excellent with some minor chipped diamonds and light diamond point wear. Bore is strong and bright with scattered dark spots. Magazine retains most of its orig. dulled finish. 4-45379 JL138 (1,750-2,500)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 38 ACP. Blued finish, 4-3/8″ bbl, fixed sights with orig. rampant Colt hard rubber grips and orig. 2-tone magazine. SN 41176 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 85-90% orig. blue with holster wear on the slide and thinning grip frame. Grips are turning chocolate. Excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45371 JL122 (400-600)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 38 ACP. Blued finish, 4-1/2″ bbl, fixed sights with orig. black hard rubber grips and all blue magazine with marked base. SN 45112 CONDITION: About excellent, retaining 96-97% strong bright orig. blue with some light marks and scattered light surface rust on slide. Grips are excellent, mechanics are excellent, magazine is near new with a bright shiny bore. 4-45394 JL149 (700-1,000)

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*COLT MODEL 1902 LONG SLIDE PISTOL. CAL. 38ACP. Usual configuration, blued finish with front slide serration’s and black hard rubber grips with 2-tone magazines and round hammer. SN 6145 CONDITION: Fair to good, reblued over light pitting, fine grips and strong frosty bore. 4-45805 (250-400)

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*COLT ARGENTINE NAVY GOVERNMENT MODEL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL 45 ACP. 1941 production Commercial Gov’t. Model with 1911A1 features. Right side of slide below the ejection port is marked “REPUBLICA ARGENTINA/ARMARDA NACIONAL-1941” with standard commercial Colt markings elsewhere and the Argentine crest on top side of slide in front of rear sight. Slide fitted with orig. Schwartz safety, which is complete, with full checkered walnut grips and a 2-tone commercial magazine. SN C199381 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 65-70% orig. finish overall with holster wear and gray grip frame, slightly modified front sight, possibly an old replacement. Grips show heavy wear, strong bore, frosty and dark in the grooves. 4-45395 JL128 (500-1,000)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 38 ACP. Blued finish, 4-1/2″ bbl, fixed sights, checkered round hammer, rampant Colt black hard rubber grips and an all blue magazine with marked base. Accompanied by a Colt Factory letter identifying this pistol as having been in a shipment of three similar pistols to “JENSEN, KING, BYRD COMPANY/SPOKANE, WASHINGTON” on May 13, 1907. SN 21638 CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 80% thin orig. blue, strong and bright in the sheltered areas. Excellent grips with light wear, strong, bright bore, slightly frosty. Excellent magazine. 4-45374 JL132 (500-800)

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*BROWNING HIGH POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 9mm. WWII production, Nazi proofs with blued finish, fixed sights, not slotted, with brown Franzite grips. Accompanied by a black leather Nazi flap holster, missing the magazine and made without magazine safety. SN 6525a. CONDITION: Very good to fine, retaining about 95% wartime finish. All matching numbers, bright shiny bore. The holster is fine. 4-45791 (300-500)

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*BROWNING HI-POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 9mm. Belgian made hi-power, blued finish, checkered light walnut grips, fixed sights. Accompanied by two 13 rd. magazines (1 orig./1 replacement). Also accompanied by a Browning invoice dated 4/22/94 indicating this pistol was factory refinished with extra polish. SN 69C9591 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 98-99% strong bright orig. blue, excellent grips with light wear and a chip or two. Bright shiny bore. 4-45273 JL136 (400-700)

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*JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 8mm Nambu. Small trigger guard, date 12.7, all matching incl. the magazine with fine serrated flat wood grip panels and 3-ring striker knob. SN 33396. CONDITION: Very good to excellent, retains virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Trigger retains 50% straw colors and the safety traces, grips are excellent with a bright shiny bore. 4-45789 (250-400)

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*VERY EARLY COLT 1911 ARMY MODEL. CAL. 45 ACP. Standard 1911 with last patent date of 1911, rounded rear sight and thin front sight. The serial is on the right front side of the frame and it has the early magazine release screw. Diamond checkered grips and 2-tone magazine. The bbl is the early type with the parallel proofs. SN 6257. CONDITION: Poor to fair having been cleaned to bright, “U.S. PROPERTY” removed and allowed to rust all over. It now has light to moderate pitting over frame and slide. Very worn grips, strong bright bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-45830 (300-500)

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*MAUSER BROOMHANDLE BOLO SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 30 Mauser. Small ring configuration with 4″ tapered round bbl, 1,000 meter rear sight, fine ribbed Bolo grips with lanyard loop in the butt. SN 491250 CONDITION: All matching. Good to very good, retaining about 80% strong orig. blue with wear and pitting on the bbl, light wear and pitting elsewhere. Grips are fine, bore is strong and bright, slightly frosty. 4-45812 (400-700)

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*ITALIAN SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. CAL. 9mm Glisenti. 3-3/4” round bbl. Looks like a Luger pistol but is actually the Italian Brixia. Hard rubber grips have a crowned eagle on the left side and the same eagle over “MBT” on the right. SN B896 CONDITION: Traces of orig. blue mixed with light to moderate pitting. Grips are very good with minor scratches and nicks mostly on the flap portions. The magazine and lanyard loop are crude replacements. Magazine catch is missing, action is functional, bore is very dark. 4-43375 FS23 (200-400)

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*WWII WALTHER PPK SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 32ACP. War-time production with Walther logo, marbled brown grips and magazine base. The right side of the slide has what was probably an eagle-N proof that has had a large “4” stamped over the eagle. Accompanied by brown military-style flap holster with writing inside the flap. SN 289995K CONDITION: Fine, retains about 95% orig. strong blue with muzzle and edge wear, very fine pitting on the slide and frame. Excellent grips and magazine base. Fine, stiff dry holster. Strong bright bore, a little dark in the grooves. 4-45795 (300-500)

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*WALTHER PP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 32ACP. Blued finish with 3-7/8″ bbl, crown-N proofs and 2-pc black plastic grips and black magazine base. Accompanied by a soft, black, military-style flap leather holster. SN 763730 CONDITION: Fine to excellent. Retains 96-98% strong bright orig. blue, excellent grips and holster, bright shiny bore. 4-45792 (300-500)

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*LOT OF TWO EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. CAL. 32ACP. 1). Femaru Model 37 with serrated wood grip panels with Mexican made belt clip leather holster. SN 102898-About very good. Retains 92-94% strong bright original blue, fine grips, very good magazine, bright shiny bore, fine holster. 2). Mauser Model 1914, blued finish, 3 3/8″ bbl, 1-pc wrap around wood grip. SN 304979-Very good to excellent. 94-96% strong original blue, 75% niter blue on the trigger and extractor. Excellent grips, bright shiny bore. 4-45790, 4-45793 (300-600)

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*LOT OF TWO EUROPEAN MILITARY SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. 1) Astra Model 1921 (400) CAL. 9mm Largo/38 ACP. Blued finish with 6″ bbl, full checkered wood grips. SN 93283 CONDITION: All matching, about new, 97-99% bright orig. blue. Excellent grips, bright shiny bore. 2) Mauser HSC CAL. 32 ACP. Nickel finish, Nazi proofed, recently checkered wood grips. SN 871490 CONDITION: Very good, retains 96-98% strong bright nickel, pin heads of spotting on the slide, bright shiny bore. 4-45785; 45830 (300-600)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET PISTOL. CAL. 32 ACP. Blued finish, 3-3/4″ bbl, full checkered medallion wood grips and orig. 2-tone magazine. SN 395204 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 95-96% strong, bright, orig. blue with light muzzle wear and some chemical spotting on left side of slide and forward part of frame. A couple small nicks on slide with some fine surface rust. Front strap is beginning to thin with some fine pinpoints of rust on the grip safety. Excellent grips and magazine, bright shiny bore. This pistol is likely unfired, simply had poor storage. 4-45366 JL130 (250-400)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 32 ACP. Blued finish, 3-3/4″ bbl, fixed sights with Colt medallion full checkered wood grips and orig. 2-tone magazine. SN 200190 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 95-96% strong bright orig. blue with muzzle and sharp edge wear, thinning safety and front strap with some holster wear on the slide. Grips are near excellent with some slight diamond point wear. Excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45369 JL123 (250-400)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT POCKET PISTOLS. 1) M 1903 CAL. 32 ACP. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, rampant Colt black grips. SN 244440 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 85-90% strong orig. blue with corresponding wrinkles on the slide and frame. Bright shiny bore. 2) M 1908 CAL 25 ACP. Blued finish, 2″ bbl with rampant Colt black grips, case colored trigger, grip safety and thumb safety. SN 199344 CONDITION: Good. 50% blue, 70% case colors, good grips. Strong dark bore. 4-44565; 4-44617 JL76 (300-500)

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*COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTO POCKET PISTOL. CAL. 25 ACP. Blued finish, 2″ bbl with case colored trigger, grip safety and thumb safety. Fitted with orig. deep silver medallion pearl grips and with orig. 2-tone magazine. SN 371709 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 94-96% strong orig. blue and case colors with light muzzle and sharp edge wear, excellent grips, bright shiny bore. 4-45367 JL121 (300-500)

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*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET PISTOL. CAL. 25 ACP. Blued finish, 2″ bbl, case color trigger, grip safety and thumb safety with full checkered medallion wood grips and an orig. 2-tone magazine. SN 396559 CONDITION: Excellent. Appears unfired retaining virtually all its orig. blue and case colored finish with two or three small spots of rust on slide. Excellent grips and bright shiny bore. 4-45365 JL153 (250-400)

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*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET PISTOL. CAL. 25ACP. Blued finish with case color, grip safety and thumb safety, with silver medallion full checkered wood grips and 2-tone magazine. SN 371061 CONDITION: About new. Retains about 99% bright orig. blue and case colors with excellent grips and bright shiny bore. 4-45830 (250-400)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET PISTOLS. CAL. 25 ACP. 1) SN 315434. Blued with rampant Colt hard rubber grips-About good. 70% thinning blue, fine grips, strong bright bore dark in grooves. 2) SN 289994. Cleaned finish with rampant Colt hard rubber grips. Cleaned bright, moderate pitting and rust, fine grips, dark bore. 4-45830 (150-250)

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*LOT OF THREE AMERICAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS. 1) Savage Model 1905 CAL 32 ACP. Blue with black hard rubber grips. SN 233576-Very good, about 95% blue, good grips, strong bore, mechanics need attention. 2) Colt Model 1908, CAL. 380. Blued finish, standard gun, black hard rubber grips, 2-tone mag. SN 49010-Good to very good, about 90% bright orig. blue with spots of heavy rust, excellent grips and mag and bore. 3) H & R Self-Loading. CAL 32ACP. Blue finish, hard rubber grips. SN 8676-About good. Blue brown patina overall, good grips, strong bore. 4-45804, 4-45830, 4-45830 (400-700)

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*LOT OF TWO EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTO POCKET PISTOLS. CAL. .32 ACP. 1) Mauser Model 1910. Blued finish, 3-3/8″ bbl, 1-pc wrap-around wood grip. SN 224806 CONDITION: About good. Retains 50% dull blue, good grips, strong bore. 2) Becker & Hollander. Blued finish, 2-7/8″ bbl, 2-pc hard rubber grips. Extremely well made pocket pistol. SN 7136 CONDITION: Good to very good. About 90% dull blue, strong bright bore. 4-44616; 4-44622 JL85 (300-500)

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*LOT OF TWO ORTGIES POCKET PISTOLS. CAL. 32ACP. Identical pair with blued finish and brass medallion plain wood grips with nickeled magazines. SN 208472 & 211738 CONDITION: Both retain 60-70% original blue, scattered light pitting, fine grips, 1 excellent magazine, 1 rusty magazine. Bright shiny bores. 4-45830 (200-300)

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*SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, INC. M-1 GARAND. CAL. 30-06. Standard Garand with commercial receiver and military parts, bbl marked “SA-8-52.” Accompanied by a green canvas No-bukl sling. SN 7007173 CONDITION: Very good. The metal retains most of its parkerized finish with some pitting on the op-rod. The wood is sound with most of a custom finish. Strong bore that could stand a good cleaning. 4-44476 JL5 (400-700)

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*INLAND WWII M-1 CARBINE. CAL: 30 Carb. Standard early carbine with bbl. dated 5-45, no bayonet lug, flat bolt, 2-position rear sight and push button safety. The stock and hand guard are matching walnut with P-proof on the grip cap. SN 459550 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 95-96% strong orig. parkerizing, sound wood with fine hand patina. Bright shiny bore. 4-44609 JL50 (300-600)

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*SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 MILITARY RIFLE. CAL. 30-06. Bbl date 9-38, semi-pistol grip stock. SN 1495861 CONDITION: Fine. Black oxide finish, bright shiny bore. 4-45856 (300-500)

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125

*REMINGTON MODEL 1903A3. CAL. 30-06. Bbl date 9-43, standard as issued rifle. SN 4077523 CONDITION: About new, retaining most of its orig. finish. 4-45858 (250-400)

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126

*SPRINGFIELD M1922 M2 TRAINING RIFLE. CAL. 22LR. Bbl date 5-42, parkerized finish, grasping groove orig. sporter stock, military sling. One 5-round mag. SN 18282 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 4-45859 (400-700)

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127

*EDDYSTONE MODEL 1917. CAL. 30-06. Bbl date 7-18, original configuration, all matching. SN 714010. CONDITION: Very good to excellent, most of its orig. finish. Strong bright bore, needs cleaning. 4-45854 (200-400)

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128

*1898 KRAG RIFLE. CAL. 30-40. Standard rifle with sling. SN 197652 CONDITION: About good. Reblued metal, fine wood with grain check in the forestock. Dark and dirty with mildew. 4-45850 (400-700)

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129

*ENFIELD SMLE MILITARY RIFLE. CAL 303. Standard Lee Enfield with cut-off. SN A2465 CONDITION: Very good, refinished wood, strong bore. 4-45853 (75-150)

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130

*LOT OF TWO WWII JAPANESE RIFLES. CAL. 7.7 Jap. 1) Late war issue without monopod or aircraft sights, late bolt knob with rough military finish, ground mum. SN 61521. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bright shiny bore. 2) Last-ditch model without upper hand guard, fixed sights, wood buttplate, ground mum with dust cover. SN 17215. CONDITION: Very good, plus. 4-44684; 4-44707 (100-300)

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131

*CUT DOWN JAPANESE TYPE 99 RIFLE. CAL. 7.7 Jap. Standard type 99 with cut-down forestock and hand guard, refinished wood, missing its striker and firing pin with slip on rubber recoil pad. 4-45103 (25-75)

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132

SWISS MODEL 78 VETTERLI RIFLE. CAL. 41SWISS RF. Standard early rifle with 33″ oct. to round bbl, 2-pc wood stock. SN 168520 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 4-45871 (200-400)

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133

DUTCH WERNDL BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 11.5mm? 1873 dated rifle with 32″ oct. to round bbl, Vetterli type magazine, full-length stock, orig. sights, wiping rod, mismatched parts. CONDITION: Good. Metal is bright with moderate to heavy surface rust in spots. Sound wood with dark staining, strong bright bore, needs cleaning. 4-45108 (150-250)

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134

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1871 ROLLING BLOCK. CAL. 50-70. Standard musket, cased colored frame with sling, missing front sight. CONDITION: Strong bore. 4-45866 (300-600)

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134A.

CONVERTED TOWER DRAGOON PISTOL. CAL. .69. 9” round bbl, drum type conversion with oversized hammer, blown out front and back. NSN CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with moderate pitting. The stock is cracked lengthwise and is missing large chunks on the forearm and above the lock. Bore is very dark, lock is good. 4-44743 FS71 (200-300)

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134B.

TOWER MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL. CAL: .50. 6” round bbl, lock plate dated 1850. There are screws entering each side of the grip. NSN CONDITION: Bbl has been cleaned and still has numerous dents, scratches and pitting. The hammer has also been filed but generally has a blue-gray appearance. Brass shows signs of polishing, bore is lightly pitted. There is a large gouge area on the left side of the stock. 4-44745 FS70 (200-300)

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134C.

MODIFIED RIGBY FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL. 75. 8-7/8” round bbl. The Rigby lock does not fit the orig. cavity. Sock has been cut and modified to a very thin grip configuration, trigger guard and buttplate are incorrect, safety has been broken. NSN CONDITION: Moderate to heavy pitting overall. The stock has been repaired, sanded and refinished and new cracks and breaks have been developed. Lock works, bore is heavily pitted. 4-44740 X29 (200-300)

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134D.

NORTH AFRICAN FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS. 11-3/4” flared muzzle bbl with Farsi inscription. Crude tourist piece. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. Several pieces of brass wire inlay are missing from the stock, others are loose. Lock is functional. 4-47759 FS33 (200-400)

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*UZI MODEL B SEMI-AUTO CARBINE. CAL. 9mm. Standard Uzi with black oxide finish, synthetic forearm and pistol grip with collapsible metal stock. Accompanied by its orig. plastic carrying case and cardboard sleeve. Case contains three 32 round and two 25 round magazines, along with the dummy bbl, sight adjusting tool, sling, magazine loader, owners manual and papers. SN SA73412 CONDITION: Excellent, as new, retaining virtually all of its orig. finish. 4-45278 JL226 (500-1,000)

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ENFIELD CARBINE WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard carbine with 19-1/2″ bbl, 1-bbl band. Usual lock markings dated 1862 with Enfield cartouche on the right side of the stock. CONDITION: Fair. The bbl, receiver and trigger have heavily crusted rust. Lock plate and hammer are a silver metal color, brass trigger guard and buttplate are oxidized to black. Wood is sound and retains some orig. finish with nicks and dings and usual handling marks. Bright strong bore with scattered pitting. 4-45289 JL240 (200-300)

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B.S.A. ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard Enfield musket with Snider conversion breech block marked “B.S.A. CO.” and “SNIDER PATENT” with a locking latch on the block. 3-bbl bands with slotted head ramrod, usual lock plate markings dated 1875. Front of the receiver is stamped “S” pierced by an arrow. SN 4171 CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal retains a light gray cleaned patina, brass polished a long time ago is beginning to patinate. Strong, bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-45283 JL235 (500-700)

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138

ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard musket with Snider conversion marked “B.S.A. CO.”. 3-bbl bands with slotted head ramrod, usual lock plate markings dated 1863. CONDITION: Very good. The bbl and receiver retain about 90% dull blue with light surface rust. Breech block and lock plate have traces of orig. case colors being mostly a silver-gray. Right side of the stock has Enfield cartouche and the left side has a diamond with “DC” mark. Wood is sound and retains generous amounts of orig. finish with usual light handling and use marks. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-45286 JL236 (500-800)

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139

ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard musket with 3-bbl bands and slotted head ramrod. Usual lock plate markings dated 1864, Enfield cartouche on the right side of the stock and a diamond with “DC” on the left side along with other markings. CONDITION: Very good. Metal retains a blue-brown patina with scattered light surface rust. Missing the small retaining screw from the conversion. Wood is sound and retains most of an orig. refinish. Strong bright bore in need of cleaning. 4-45287 JL238 (400-600)

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140

ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard Enfield musket with Snider conversion breech block marked “L.S.A.C.”. 3-bbl bands with slotted head ramrod, usual lock plate markings dated 1860 with an Enfield cartouche on the right side of the stock. CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal retains an even light brown patina with scattered crusty rust about mid-point on the bbl. Brass has been polished with a coat of varnish, wood is sound with a repair at the toe and retains most of an orig. finish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-45288 JL 232 (500-800)

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141

B.S.A. ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard Enfield musket with Snider conversion breech block marked “B.S.A. CO.” with a locking latch on the block. 3-bbl bands with slotted head ramrod, usual lock plate markings dated 1871 with B.S.A. cartouche on the right side of the stock. SN N293 CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl retains about 90% plum-blue finish. Receiver, breech block, lock plate and hammer are a silver-gray. Brass has been polished bright and coated with varnish. Wood is sound and retains most of an old finish. Strong bright bore with pitting. 4-45285 JL231 (500-700)

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142

ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard Enfield musket with Snider conversion breech block with broad arrow proofs. 3-bbl bands with slotted ramrod, standard lock plate markings dated 1859 with Enfield cartouche on the right side of the stock and a diamond with “DC” on the left side of the stock. CONDITION: The metal retains a blue-brown patina with scattered light surface rust. Wood is dark with numerous nicks and dings, retaining most of an old refinish. Strong bore in need of a cleaning. 4-45284 JL230 (500-700)

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143

ENFIELD MUSKET WITH SNIDER CONVERSION. CAL. 57 Snider. Standard Enfield musket with Snider conversion breech block marked “B.S.A. CO.”. 3-bbl bands with slotted ramrod usual lock plate markings dated 1864 with Enfield cartouche on the right side of the stock and a diamond with “DC” on the left side of the stock. CONDITION: The metal retains a mottled blue-gray patina overall. Brass a dark mustard patina and the light colored wood most of an old refinish. Strong, dark bore. 4-45297 JL229 (500-800)

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144

ENFIELD SNIDER CONVERSION MUSKET. CAL. 57 Snider. Usual 3-band musket with brass nose cap, trigger guard and buttplate. The lock plate with usual markings dated 1858 and the stock with the Enfield cartouche on the right side and what appear to be Canadian markings on the left side. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl and breech block are a dark brown patina with moderate rust. Lock plate and hammer are a gray-brown patina, brass has a dark mustard patina. Strong dark bore that may clean better. 4-45298 JL227 (400-700)

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145

LOT OF TWO TRAPDOOR RIFLES. CAL. 45-70. 1) 1873 rifle – Cut down wood, heavily, deeply, horribly rusted – Poor bore. 2) 1873 rifle SN 416902 – Fair. Missing the hammer. Dark bore. 3) 1876 dated French bayonet with iron sheath and brass pommel – About good. 4-45277 (50-150)

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146

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1877 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. CAL. 45-70. Standard rifle with 32-5/8″ bbl, ski jump rear sight marked with an “R” and 1,200 yard range. The breech block has the early 1873 markings with high arch and the lock plate is dated 1883. 2-bbl bands and a short slotted head wiping rod. The upper band has both stacking and sling swivels. SN 85499 CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains about 90% dull blue mixed with light surface rust, lock plate and hammer retain about 95% blue. Wood is sound with usual nicks and dings, some oil staining, no visible cartouche and 75% of an old refinish. Excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45299 JL233 (400-700)

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147

TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 RIFLE. CAL. 45-70. Standard rifle with 32-5/8″ bbl, Buffington rear sight and slotted head ramrod. The left side wrist has a cartouche dated 1888. SN 470219 CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal retains a medium gray patina with scattered surface discoloration. The front sight is a replacement. Wood is sound and retains most of a recent refinish. Excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-45351 JL228 (400-700)

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148

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 CADET RIFLE. CAL. 45-70. First type cadet rifle with 2-pc carbine style trigger guard and Buffington rifle sight. The upper band has both sling and stacking swivels with a button head ramrod and no trap in the butt. The cartouche on the left side of the wrist is indecipherable and the breech block is dated 1884. There are remnants of unit markings on right side of buttstock. SN 279469 CONDITION: Good. The bbl retains a dark even plum-brown patina. Receiver, breech block and hammer are a mottled gray-brown color and the lock plate is a thin blue. Wood is sound with myriad small nicks and dings and a few bruises and is dark and oil stained. Mechanics are excellent. Strong bright bore with light pitting. 4-45690 JL181 (500-1,000)

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149

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1868 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. CAL. 50-70. Standard rifle with 32 5/8″ bbl, 2-bbl. bands, slotted head ramrod, short arch breech block and long receiver front end. Upper band has sling swivel only. SN 12029 CONDITION: Good. Metal retains a mottled blue-brown. The rear sight is broken and the top tang screw is missing. Wood is sound, showing heavy use and some battering with a deep gouge through the right wrist. Strong bore in need of a cleaning. 4-44767 JL234 (400-600)

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150

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1868 TRAPDOOR MUSKET. CAL. 50CF. Usual configuration with 32 1/2″ bbl secured with 2-bands, slotted head ramrod, 1863 dated lock with ladder rear sight. The left flat of stock has outline of two cartouches. SN 5729 CONDITION: Very good. Metal retains a light gray brown patina with traces of orig. blue around the bands. Receiver., breech block, lock plate and hammer all retain a light gray patina. Wood is sound and retains most of a recent refinish. Strong bore with scattered pitting. 4-45692 Z195 (500-800)

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151

SPRINGFIELD SECOND ALLEN CONVERSION RIFLE. CAL. 50-70. Usual configuration, overall 40″ bbl. 2-position rear sight, 1864 dated lock plate and 1866 dated breech block. CONDITION: Good. The bbl is clean with overall light pitting on all the exposed metal parts except the lock plate. Breech block is refinished as is the wood. Excellent bright shiny bore. 4-45691 JL193 (500-800)

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152

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1888 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. CAL. 45-70. Standard rifle with ramrod bayonet and cartouche dated 1891. Strong bright bore with rust. SN 521223 CONDITION: Metal is dark gray-brown with scattered light rust. Wood is dark and oil stained but sound. 4-45878 (300-600)

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153

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. CAL. 45-70. Standard rifle with 32-1/2″ bbl, 1873 dated low arch breech block and lock plate. SN 215363 CONDITION: Fair to good. Dark brown patina with crusty rust that may clean, strong dark wood with strong bright dirty bore. 4-45869 (300-600)

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154

1884 TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD. CAL. 45-70. 32-5/8″ bbl, Buffington rear sight, slotted head ramrod, 1884 breech block and 1873 lock plate. SN 199257 CONDITION: About good. Plum-brown patina on the metal, tang sight cut out on top of the wrist, cracked stock, bright shiny bore. 4-45864 (300-500)

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155

SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. CAL. .45-70. Standard rifle with 32-1/2″ bbl, visible cartouche. SN 358538. CONDITION: Good. Light brown patina, sound wood with scrapes at the butt, bright shiny bore. 4-44605 (250-500)

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156

1888 TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD. CAL. 45-70. Standard rifle with 32-1/2″ bbl, ramrod bayonet, orig. type sling. SN 522859 CONDITION: Very good. Thin gray-blue on the bbl, strong case colors on the breech block and tang, 1891 cartouche, refinished wood, bright shiny bore. Very good sling. 4-45848 (300-600)

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157

1884 SPORTERIZED TRAPDOOR RIFLE. CAL. 45-70. Bbl cut to 26-1/2″ with sleeve front sight, forestock cut 2″ in front of the band. SN 319123 CONDITION: Reblued metal, refinished wood, replaced buttplate. Dirty bright bore. 4-45877 (100-300)

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158

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARP’S SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 54. Standard carbine with iron patch box. SN 71211 CONDITION: About good, plum-brown patina on metal with pitting, chipped forearm, sound stock with cartouche, missing saddle ring, broken rear sight. Strong bright bore, counter-bored at the muzzle. 4-45874 (1,000-1,500)

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159

PEABODY SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 45-70. 20″ bbl, Martini-type action, side hammer. SN 39 CONDITION: Fair. Rust pitted on the bbl band and receiver. Sound sanded wood, missing the saddle ring, bright shiny bore. 4-45844 (200-400)

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160

ROBINSON CIVIL WAR RIFLE MUSKET. CAL. 58. Standard musket with 40″ bbl, Robinson lock plate markings, 1863 date. CONDITION: Fair. Stock broken through the wrist and beneath the action, heavy rust, missing rear sight. 4-45868 (300-600)

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161

SPRINGFIELD CIVIL WAR RIFLE MUSKET. CAL. 58. Standard musket with 40″ bbl, 1864 dated lock, 1863 bbl. CONDITION: Fair to good. Pitted dark bbl, dark wood but sound, broken hammer screw. 4-45863 (400-700)

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162

SPRINGFIELD CIVIL WAR RIFLE MUSKET. CAL. 58. Standard musket with 40″ bbl, usual Springfield markings with 1864 dated lock and bbl. Accompanied by a socket bayonet with 13″ triangle blade believed to be a cadet bayonet. CONDITION: About good. Silver-brown patina over the metal parts with light rust, sound wood, dirty and mildewed with visible cartouches. Good mechanics. Bayonet with dark patina is pitted overall. 4-45865 (500-1,000)

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163

ENFIELD CIVIL WAR RIFLE MUSKET. CAL. 58. Standard musket with 39″ bbl, 1862 dated lock. CONDITION: Poor to fair. Missing the front band, heavy rust, sound wood with heavy use. 4-45872 (200-400)

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164

ENFIELD PERCUSSION MUSKETOON. CAL. about 60. Short musket with 33″ bbl, standard sights, saber bayonet mount, slotted head ramrod, 1859 dated lock plate, British proofs. 1-pc wood stock, iron furniture. CONDITION: Medium gray metal, light pitting on the bbl, solid wood that needs cleaning. Good mechanics. 4-45873 (500-800)

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165

LOT OF THREE PERCUSSION RIFLES. 1) Unmarked half-stock conversion Kentucky with Golcher lock, 28″ bbl, 45 Cal. Long forestock with pewter nose cap, brass inlays, no patch box. Triggers and lock function – Good. 2) Unmarked half-stock conversion, 36 Cal. Back action lock marked “JAS. GOLCHER/WARRANTED” with engraved turkeys. Straight grain stock with a raised carved hex sign on each side at the buttplate . A brass inlaid crude hex sign on the left wrist and an inlaid mother of pearl button on the right side of the stock – Triggers and lock function, repaired crack forearm, very dark patina overall. 3) Converted military musket with half-stock and iron ramrod guides, 70 Cal. smooth bore, 34″ bbl – About good. Very dark patina overall, chips missing around the lock, lock functions well. 4-45721; 45726; 45722 (700-1,000)

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166

ENFIELD CUT DOWN PERCUSSION MUSKET. 19″ bbl, brass furniture, British proofed, cut down stock with brass tip rammer. CONDITION: As noted, fair with cracked stock and hole in the wrist, missing the sling loop. 4-44771 (200-400)

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167

LAZRO LAZERINO MIQUELET RIFLE. CAL. about 54. Late Miquelet lock smooth bore rifle with 42″ oct. to round bbl, full-length stock, fluted butt, brass furniture, decorated lock plate with carving on the stock. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl retains most of its orig. brown, sound wood with cleaned finish. Good mechanics. 4-45825 (300-500)

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168

TOWER FLINTLOCK MILITIA MUSKET. CAL. about 75. Early musket with 44-3/4″ bbl, iron furniture, missing the front band, tulip head ramrod, “TOWER” marked lock with crown over “GR” in front of the hammer. Full-length stock, marked on the butt “JOHN PRESCOTT/SANDWICH”. CONDITION: Fair. Probably a composite piece utilizing various parts with repairs and splices around the lock, missing the side plate and the area filled with wood. Lock is missing parts and the hammer doesn’t function. An interesting piece that needs research. 4-45860 (500-1,000)

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169

BRITISH IRON BARRELED FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS. CAL. Big. 33″ oct. to round iron bbl that flares to 2-1/2″ at the muzzle. Full-length wood stock with brass trigger guard and Tower lock. Replacement butt plate. CONDITION: Fair. Dark brown metal, large chunk and sliver of wood missing from the right side of the stock. The butt plate has been replaced with a sheet of brass. 4-45876 (500-1,000)

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170

W.M. WINGERT HEAVY HALF-STOCK PERCUSSION TARGET RIFLE. CAL. about 58. Massive heavy target rifle with 35-1/2″ oct. bbl, 1-1/4″ across the flats at the muzzle. The front sight has an iron dovetail with small brass blade and an orig. adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight. The top flat behind the rear sight is marked “WM. WINGERT/DETROIT”. Lock plate is marked “A.W.SPEIS/WARRANTED”. Lock plate, hammer, upper tang and trigger guard are nicely engraved with various patterns. The stock is iron mounted with a pewter nose cap and German silver escutcheons around the wedge. Bottom of the bbl has an iron ramrod rail with two iron guides and an iron nose pipe. The stock is of nicely figured walnut with raised teardrop side panels, a small shield thumb plate and has small cheek pieces on both sides of the butt. The left cheek piece has a German silver bird dog on point and the right side has a spreadwinged American eagle. The buttplate and toe plate are also of iron and lightly engraved. CONDITION: Good to fine. The bbl retains a medium to dark patina. Wood is sound, missing slivers and chips from both sides of the bbl channel, has grain checks in the butt and behind the lock plate. Otherwise, retains a dark coated finish. Good mechanics. 4-45706 JL356 (800-1,500)

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UNMARKED HEAVY PERCUSSION TARGET RIFLE. CAL. 45. Simple target rifle with 34″ heavy oct. bbl, 1-1/4″ across the flats at the muzzle with copper blade front sight and adjustable semi-buckhorn orig. rear sight. The bottom the bbl has two iron guides for the hickory ramrod. The stock is straight grain walnut with brass furniture, pewter nose cap and carved bone inlays for sideplates with a modified star on the cheek piece. The right side of the stock has a simple 2-pc patch box. The back action lock is marked “SOWERS & SMITH/WARRANTED” with light engraving of flying ducks. CONDITION: The bbl retains a dark brown heavy patina with wrench marks towards the breech end, moderate to heavy pitting around the nipple area and heavy wood burn out. Stock is missing chips around the lock plate and a larger chip in front of the trigger guard. Otherwise is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-45709 JL355 (500-800)

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172

J. MILLER HALF-STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. CAL. 38. Heavy half-stock target/hunting rifle with 32″ oct. bbl, 1-18″ across the flats at the muzzle. The front sight is a tiny brass blade with fixed rear sight. The top flat is marked with the makers’ name, lock is lightly engraved and unmarked, brass furniture without a patch box and has a pewter nose cap. CONDITION: Fine. The bbl and lock plate retain a dark heavy brown patina. Wood is sound and sharp retaining a fine hand-rubbed patina, mechanics are sound. 4-45705 JL349 (750-1,250)

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UNMARKED PERCUSSION HEAVY TARGET RIFLE. CAL. 58. Unknown maker with 30″ heavy oct. bbl, 1-5/16″ across the flats. The lock is marked “I.P. MOORE / WARRANTED.” Homemade half-stock with pewter tip. NSN CONDITION: Overall brown patina, missing the rear sight, chipped toe. 4-44683 (300-500)

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174

MILLER HEAVY BARREL HALF-STOCK KENTUCKY. CAL. about 46. Marked on the right flat “J. MILLER & CO./DAYTON O” with 32″ medium weigh oct. bbl, muzzle turned for false muzzle, back action lock, dbl. set triggers, saw handle grip, fancy stock with swelled butt. CONDITION: Fair to good. Medium brown patina overall. Repaired crack in the forearm, refinished wood, triggers need adjusting, hammer will not cock. 4-45704 (400-700)

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175

C.A. KING HEAVY BARREL HALF-STOCK KENTUCKY. CAL. 45. 34″ oct. bbl marked on the top flat “C.A. KING/CIRCLEVILLE.O”, unmarked lock. Conversion, brass furniture with pewter nose cap, 2-pc brass patch box. CONDITION: Fair. Dark brown patina, changed wedge, dark brass, heavy old refinish on an old restock. Functions. 4-45458 Z446 (300-500)

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UNMARKED HEAVY BARREL HALF-STOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY. CAL. about 46. Unmarked heavy 32″ bbl, fixed sights, straight grain wood with pewter nose cap, no patch box. CONDITION: About good, heavy dark patina, a couple of small cracks and repairs in the stock with several bug holes, will not stay cocked. 4-45707 (300-500)

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HALF-STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLE BY UNKNOWN MAKER. CAL. 40. Medium weight Kentucky with 36″ oct. bbl marked on the top flat “N.G.M.”. Half-stock, broken and repaired through the wrist and beside the triggers. Brass furniture, without patch box. The left side of the buttstock is crudely carved upside down “GM MARCH 16/177-“, lock plate is unmarked. CONDITION: Poor to fair. The bbl retains an even dark patina. Wood, some applied striping remains. Triggers and lock are functional. 4-45720 (400-600)

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179

UNMARKED HEAVY BARREL HALF-STOCK HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLE. CAL. about 42. Unmarked 30-1/2″ oct. bbl, fixed sights, fine tiger striped maple stock, back action lock marked “W.JACOB/LONDON” with lollipop tang sight added to the wrist. 4-pc lightly engraved filigree patch box. Dbl. set triggers with brass furniture. CONDITION: About good. Medium dark patina on the bbl, cleaned lock, missing a sliver in front of the bolster, worn wood, dbl. set triggers function but the hammer will not hold at full-cock. Replaced lg. piece of wood at the toe. Patch box is rather elaborate. 4-45715 (400-700)

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180

HEAVY HALF STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. about 40. Seven groove 37-3/4″ oct. bbl with long reverse mounted rear sight and small German silver front blade. The bbl is unmarked with the lock plate marked “WARREN/ALBANY”. The lock plate and hammer have light engraving. The stock is modestly figured with a German silver running fox on the small cheek piece and a fine engraved filigree patch box. The trigger guard is also brass with light engraving. Dbl set triggers and a brass nose pipe, pewter foreend cap and two iron ramrod guides with the orig. brass tipped hickory ramrod. Crescent-style brass buttplate with engraved tang and toe plate. CONDITION: Good. The metal cleaned to bright with light pitting around the nipple area and slivers missing from the left bbl channel. Stock is cracked on left side panel. Otherwise, shows moderate to heavy wear with the remains of an old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-45698 JL190 (700-1,200)

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181

CONESTOGA RIFLE WORKS HALF-STOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 36. Bbl cut to 34-1/4″, fixed sights, tiger striped stock, pewter nose cap, dbl. set triggers, 2-pc patch box, brass furniture. CONDITION: About good. Dark brown iron, polished brass, fine dark wood. Set trigger won’t hold and hammer won’t cock. 4-45833 (400-700)

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UNMARKED FULL-STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY. CAL. about 66. Southern style, big bore Kentucky with 41-1/2″ oct. bbl, fine fixed sights. Lock plate marked “W&G CHANCE”. Plain wood, brass furniture, no patch box. CONDITION: Fair to good. Dark brown patina, cleaned and refinished wood. A couple small cracks in the stock, mechanics function. 4-44766 (300-500)

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HARDER PERCUSSION OVER/UNDER RIFLE/SHOTGUN. CAL. 42 and 16ga. 34” oct. bbls. marked “J. HARDER & SON / LOCK HAVEN PA” behind the rear sight. SN 542 CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with moderate pitting at the breech. The nipples, drums and ramrods have been replaced, rear ramrod pipes are loose. Wood has been repaired, lightly sanded and oiled. Action is good. 4-44775 FS1 (400-600)

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UNMARKED MULE EAR BUCK AND BALL OVER/UNDER RIFLE. CAL. about 70 smooth bore and 40 rifled. Fixed sights, 32″ superposed bbls with a ramrod on each side, missing the left front guide. Single trigger with dbl. hammers. The lock marked “HS MILES”, possibly an old replacement stock. CONDITION: Very dark patina on the iron, heavily pitted around the nipples with repaired guide on the right side that is loose. 4-45729 (250-450)

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UNMARKED MULE EAR BUCK AND BALL OVER/UNDER RIFLE. CAL. top bbl 45, bottom bbl 54 smooth bore. Superposed bbls, 29″ long with two ramrods, brass front sight, fixed rear sight with two extra old dovetails on the top bbl. Unmarked back action lock, brass trigger guard and buttplate. Stock has a very severe drop. CONDITION: Good to very good. Very dark brown patina, sound wood. Bottom hammer with an old forged repair and now will not cock. The top functions fine. 4-45730 (450-750)

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HARTFORD HALF-STOCK PERCUSSION FOWLER. CAL. about 10 bore, oct. to round bbl, 32″ with engraved lock plate and hammer marked “RICHARD BAKER”. Fine half-stock with checkered wrist, missing the nose cap and rammer. CONDITION: Fair to good, cleaned bright, refinished wood, mechanics will not hold on full cock. 4-44776 (150-300)

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MIGLIEN INDIAN USED BOAR RIFLE. CAL. about 64. German made boar rifle with 26-1/4″ oct. to round bbl having only a 4-1/4″ long round part. The top flat marked “MIGLIEN.A.N.”. The bbl has two wraps of rawhide secured with three brass tacks each. The wrist and small part of the forearm are wavy lined checkered. The buttstock is fairly heavy with a small cheek piece and sliding wood patch box cover with brass buttplate. Old European style conversion. CONDITION: Fair to good, heavy dark crusty patina with crusty rust on the bbl. Two cracks in the forearm, otherwise sound wood. Good mechanics. 4-45718 (500-800)

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LOT OF TWO EARLY UNMARKED CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLES. 1) CAL. about 52. Fixed sights on a reduced 27-3/8″ oct. bbl with appropriately reduced forestock. Tiger stripe maple wood, dbl. set triggers with brass furniture – Fair with the reduced bbl and a broken through forestock. 2) CAL. 52 smooth bore. Light 32″ oct. to round bbl. Full-stock, lightly figured with roach back stock, brass furniture, small cheek piece with cleaned 4-pc patch box – Fair to good. Medium brown patina, worn wood, cracked toe, lock does not function. 4-45713; 45716 (600-1,000)

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UNMARKED PERCUSSION HALF-STOCK KENTUCKY. CAL. 42. Unmarked with 35″ oct. bbl, lightly engraved lock, delicate tiger striped stock with simple 2-pc patch box. Cracked below the action and back of the tang through the wrist. CONDITION: Fair. Lock does not function. 4-45719 (200-400)

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KNIGHT MODEL MK 85 INLINE MUZZLE LOADING RIFLE. CAL. 54. Standard production rifle with 24″ round bbl, open sights, brown laminated stock mounted with Warne quick detachable rings and bases containing a Leupold M8-4X scope. Accompanied by various accessories and four boxes of Thompson/Center pre-lubed bullets. SN 1817 CONDITION: About excellent. Retains virtually all orig. finish to both metal and wood, missing the front ramrod guide. 4-45156 JL225 (300-600)

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THOMPSON-CENTER GREY HAWK PERCUSSION RIFLE. CAL. 50. Stainless steel and synthetic 24″ bbl, open sights. SN 18433 CONDITION: About new. 4-44483 (200-400)

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SPANISH PERCUSSION FOWLER. CAL. about 28 bore. 32″ oct. to round bbl, half-stock, metal rammer. SN 29419 CONDITION: About excellent. 4-44486 (100-200)

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LOT OF TWO ANTIQUE SHOTGUNS. 1) Smith dbl. bbl percussion, 12 bore with 32″ damascus bbls, back action locks, replacement stock, broken hammer, missing right trigger – About fair. 2) W Richards under lever dbl. bbl. 12ga., 30″ bbls, iron frame, back action locks, semi-pistol grip stock with very fancy hard rubber buttplate – About good. 4-45727; 45728 (200-300)

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*FINE MAUSER COMMERCIAL SPORTING RIFLE. CAL. 8 x 57. Half-stock sporting rifle, 24″ stepped round bbl, 2-leaf express sight, checkered schnable tipped forearm with raised side panels, checkered semi-pistol grip stock with smooth steel buttplate, dbl. set triggers. Receiver and bolt are case colored with claw mounts containing a scope with 3-post reticule high mount. SN 3900 CONDITION: Fine. Bbl with 90% orig. blue, receiver and bolt of gray case colors, the scope deeply pitted but fine optics. Stock is sound with strong finish, strong dark bore. This was probably a W.W.I sniper rifle. 4-45855 (400-700)

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*PAUL JAEGER CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL: 30-06. Beautiful custom rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight and Lyman 48S receiver sight. The left side of the receiver is mounted with a single lever Jaeger scope mount containing a 4X Hensoldt scope. All fitted in a nicely figured, 1-piece stock with horn foreend tip, engraved grip cap with Monte Carlo cheek piece and engraved & checkered steel buttplate with 3-hole cartridge strap. Also fitted with swing swivels and lever-hinged floor plate. SN 71151 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all of its fine custom finish. Scope retains most of its orig. blue. Excellent optics, bright shiny bore. JL49 4-44607 (500-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 70 PRESENTATION RIFLE. CAL. 22 Hornet. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, hooded ramp front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, 1-pc checkered stock with pistol grip and checkered steel buttplate, sling swivels. The right side of the buttstock has a 2-1/4″ silver oval inlay inscribed “RAY E. WEBBER / ON HIS 30TH YEAR WITH / THE J.J. NEWBERRY CO. / SEPTEMBER 28, 1954.” SN 294345 CONDITION: Appears to be new and unfired. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to wood and metal with only minor storage and handling marks. Matching number bolt. 4-44562 JL40 (750-1,250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 70 FEATHERWEIGHT RIFLE. CAL. 308. Standard grade rifle with 22″ tapered round bbl, hooded ramp front sight and folding bbl sight, 1-pc checkered stock with pistol grip Monte Carlo stock and aluminum buttplate with sling swivels. SN 235677 CONDITION: About excellent, matching numbers. Retains most all of its orig. finish to both metal and wood. Possibly unfired with a small rub on the floor plate and a series of tiny surface scratches on the pistol grip. 4-44561 JL39 (450-750)

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*WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. .270. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, hooded ramp front sight, a folding leaf carbine rear sight and the receiver mounted with an old Weaver scope. Checkered 1-pc stock, low comb with checkered steel buttplate and sling swivels. SN 120138 CONDITION: Very good. Metal retains 95-96% strong orig. blue with rust pitting on the sight hood, a small spot on the trigger guard and fine pinpoints of rust on the floorplate. Wood is sound and retains about 95% orig. varnish. Good optics, bright shiny bore. 4-44659 JL60 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 30-06. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood, missing rear sight and the receiver mounted with a Buehler scope base. The wood is modestly figured with checkered forearm and grip having factory sling swivels with an old red waffle pad that has crystallized. SN 159814 CONDITION: Very good. The bbl retains 95-97% bright orig. blue. The receiver retains most of its orig. satin finish. The wood, with its recoil pad, retains about 93-95% orig. varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-45431 Z243 (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER PRE-WAR MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 30-06. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered, round bbl, ramp front sight with replaced hood, a bbl blank in the rear sight dovetail and the receiver mounted with a Lyman 48WJS sight. The factory swivels have a military style leather sling. The receiver ring is factory tapped and the rear receiver bridge is untapped. SN 22847 CONDITION: Very good. Retains about all of a fine refinish to both metal and wood, bolt body is blued. Wood is sound with rust and oil stains around the buttplate and missing some minor chips. Bright shiny bore. 4-45383 Z242 (500-800)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 721 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 300 H&H Mag. Standard grade rifle with 26″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with Remington stamped sheet metal rear sight, 1-pc uncheckered walnut stock with a crystallized black waffle pad. SN 255847 CONDITION: Excellent. The bbl, receiver and floor plate retain 97-99% strong bright orig. blue, bolt, body and handle retain 75-80% of their orig. polish with speckles of light surface rust. Wood is sound with a couple of small dings and a factory fill spot on the right side. The pad is crystallized, brilliant, shiny bore. 4-45508 JL326 (400-700)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 725 RIFLE. CAL. 222. Deluxe rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood, adjustable Remington rear sight, 1-pc walnut stock with checkered forearm and capped pistol grip with Monte Carlo comb and checkered Remington aluminum buttplate. Stock is fitted for sling swivels with the front one missing. SN 712239 CONDITION: Excellent. The metal retains 97-99% strong bright orig. blue with only minor sharp edge wear. The bolt body retains most of its orig. polish. Wood is sound and retains 96-97% bright orig. varnish with minor chips, handling and storage marks. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-45506 JL327 (500-700)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 725 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 30-06. Deluxe rifle with 22″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight missing the hood with Remington adjustable rear sight, 1-pc walnut stock with checkered forearm and capped pistol grip with Monte Carlo comb and Remington checkered aluminum buttplate. SN 715618 CONDITION: Excellent. The metal retains 97-98% strong bright orig. blue with a few tiny spots of scattered light surface rust. The wood is highly figured and sound retaining 97-98% strong bright orig. varnish with only minor chips to the finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-45505 JL329 (500-700)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 722B BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 222. Deluxe rifle with 26″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with Remington style stamped sheet metal rear sight. Very nicely figured 1-pc walnut stock with checkered forearm and pistol grip and checkered Remington aluminum buttplate, factory sling swivels. SN 145143 CONDITION: Excellent. The metal retains 97-99% orig. factory finish with only very minor sharp edge wear. The stock is sound with dark orig. varnish, light at the carry point from handling, not apparently from use. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-45507 JL328 (350-600)

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*RUGER NO. 1 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. 243. Model 1-B with 26″ tapered round bbl, no sights, quarter rib with Bushnell Scopechief 3-9X scope. Checkered stock and forearm with orig. thin red pad and heavy Boyt sling. SN 130-10047 CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood, excellent optics, bright shiny bore. 4-44492 JL17 (400-700)

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*RUGER NO. 1 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. 250 Roberts. Early receiver with custom 29-5/8″ heavy bbl by “Edward A. Lander, Lakeville, Mass.” Standard early wood with orig. thin rubber buttplate, mounted with a Bushnell Banner 10X target scope. SN 1646 CONDITION: The metal retains 96-98% strong bright blue. The wood is sound and retains about 95% light custom finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-44477 JL6 (400-700)

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*WEATHERBY VANGUARD BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 223. Blued finish, 24″ tapered round bbl, checkered walnut stock with thin orig. black pad. Mounted with a Tasco 4-16X range finder scope and padded leather sling. SN VL19262 CONDITION: About new. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to metal and wood, excellent optics. 4-44487 JL12 (400-700)

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*WEATHERBY VANGUARD VGS BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. .270 Win. Blued finish, 24″ tapered round bbl, checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock with orig. thin black rubber pad and padded leather sling. The receiver is mounted with a Leupold Vari-X IIc 2-7X scope. SN VS05094 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains about all its orig. finish to both metal and wood with only minor handling and storage marks, excellent optics. 4-44479 JL8 (400-600)

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*RUGER MODEL 77 MK II VARMINT RIFLE. CAL. 223. Stainless steel with 26″ tapered medium weight bbl, target crown, heavy laminated stock mounted with a Burris 4-16X scope in orig. rings. Accompanied by a Ruger trigger lock. SN 788-12529 CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to wood and metal, having been fired very little. Excellent optics. 4-44474 JL3 (400-700)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 112 STAINLESS BOLT ACTION TARGET RIFLE. CAL. .308. Stainless steel and bolt 26″ tapered fluted bbl with blued receiver in a heavy laminated target stock with blind magazine and black tip forearm. Mounted with a Simmons 3-10X stainless scope. SN F708858 CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood. Crisp optics. 4-44475 JL4 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 70 VARMINT RIFLE. CAL. 22-250. Post-64 medium weight varmint rifle with checkered walnut stock and thin orig. red pad with Boyt military-type sling. Mounted with a Nikon 4-12X scope with adjustable objective. SN G1895725 CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood, excellent optics. 4-44490 JL14 (500-900)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 700 STAINLESS RIFLE WITH SCOPE. CAL. 260 REM. All stainless rifle 24″ tapered round bbl, synthetic stock, Leupold Vari-X IIC 3-9X stainless scope with tooled sling. Accompanied by the orig. box. The receiver has the “new enhanced receiver engraving.” SN T6232920 CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Appears to be unfired with slight handling marks. Excellent optics. 4-44472 JL1 (400-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1907 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. CAL. 351SL. Standard grade rifle with 20″ round bbl, heavy beavertail forearm and semi-pistol grip stock with serrated steel buttplate and sling swivels, standard open sights. Missing the magazine. SN 49369 CONDITION: Near excellent. Retains 97-98% orig. blue with some small scratches at the muzzle and on the receiver. Wood is sound and retains 96-98% strong bright orig. varnish with usual handling and use marks. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-44686 JL63 (200-400)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 740 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. CAL. 30-06. Standard rifle, 22″ bbl, receiver sight, uncheckered wood, aluminum buttplate. SN 50353 CONDITION: Metal is excellent, wood is refinished, cracked stock, missing magazine, bright shiny bore. 4-44541 (150-250)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 141 PUMP RIFLE. CAL. 35 Rem. Standard rifle, 24″ bbl, open sights, standard wood. SN 53513 CONDITION: Blue is excellent, wood refinished, two extra holes in the receiver, bright shiny bore. 4-44540 (150-250)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 81 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. CAL. 300 Savage. Standard grade rifle with after market checkering, side mount Bushnell scope with pad and sling. SN 42037 CONDITION: Good to very good. 90% blue. 4-45733 JL442 (300-450)

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*SAVAGE/STEVENS MODEL 23 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. CAL. 22 Hornet. Standard rifle with custom carved stock, side mount w/Bushnell 3-9X scope and sling. NSN CONDITION: Good to very good. Repaired wrist. 4-44482 (100-200)

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*SPORTERIZED 1894 KRAG RIFLE. CAL. .30-40 Krag. Fine professional sporter with 23″ bbl, ramp front sight with Redfield receiver sight. Nicely checkered 1-pc stock. SN 151222 CONDITION: Near excellent. Retains most of its fine custom finish, bright shiny bore. 4-44602 (100-250)

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EARLY GERMAN SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. CAL. 11 mm. Large single action revolver with 7-1/8″ oct. to round bbl with cannon muzzle, pinched blade front sight with safety on the left side of the frame and large 2-pc walnut grip with heavy lanyard ring in the butt. The left side of the frame marked “F.V. DREYSE/SOEMMERADA”. SN 5642 CONDITION: All matching, plum-brown patina with bright blue in the sheltered area on the frame. Excellent mechanics, strong dirty bore. 4-45828 (500-1,000)

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FRENCH MODEL 1873 DOUBLE ACTION MILITARY REVOLVER. CAL. 11 mm. Usual configuration, 4-1/2″ oct. to round bbl, swing out ejector dated “1881” with the St. Etienne markings. Checkered 2-pc grip with lanyard ring in the butt. SN H50289 CONDITION: All matching, in the white, excellent grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-45828 (300-600)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 ARMY REVOLVER. CAL. 45 ACP. Fine commercial blued finish, 5-1/2″ bbl, half-moon front sight, 2-pc smooth walnut grips with lanyard loop in the butt. SN 40384 CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains virtually all its original factory finish with only minor edge wear. The grips are excellent with very minor edge chipping. The bore is bright and shiny, appears unfired. 4-45816 (300-600)

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*COLT 1917 DA REVOLVER. CAL. 357 mag. Blued finish, 6″ bbl with orig. smooth walnut grips and a lanyard loop in the butt. This revolver has been fitted with a new service bbl and cylinder in this new caliber. SN 47051 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the orig. finish on the bbl and cylinder and about all of a custom restored finish to the frame and grips. Fine grips, bright shiny bore. 4-44624 JL88 (200-400)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL B SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 22 LR. Blued finish with 4-1/2″ bbl, fixed sights and “HS” logo hard rubber grips. It has usual markings on the left side of the frame and slide with orig. 2-tone magazine. Accompanied by its orig. 2-pc black cardboard box having green and black top and end labels. SN 78073 CONDITION: Excellent. Probably unfired, retaining about 99% strong bright orig. blue with faint box burn edge wear and a 1/8″ spot of pitting near the right muzzle. The box has slightly fuzzed corners on the lid and wear on the bottom edges. Otherwise the label is complete and bright. 4-44567 JL78 (300-600)

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*HIGH STANDARD MODEL HD SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. CAL. 22LR. Blued finish, 4-1/2″ bbl, adjustable sight with hammer, fancy checkered thumb rest, orig. walnut grips. SN 153009 CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains about 95% strong bright orig. blue with virtually all the wear on the bbl. Old dried oil on the frame and slide and verdigris on the grips. Excellent magazine and grips with brilliant shiny bore. 4-45830 (300-500)

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*COLT CHALLENGER PLINKING PISTOL. CAL. 22 LR. Blued finish, 4 5/8″ bbl, fixed sights with mottled brown plastic grips. Made without hold open. SN 2167C. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 95-96% strong bright orig. blue bright shiny bore. 4-44588 JL86 (250-400)

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*COLT 2ND MODEL WOODSMAN PISTOL. CAL. 22LR. Blued finish, 4 1/2″ bbl, adjustable sights, usual markings on frame and slide with thumb rest brown composition grips. Accompanied by a Lawrence brown flap holster. SN 103301-S CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains 94-96% orig. finish, thin on the left side of the bbl. Excellent grips, bright shiny bore, very good holster. 4-44589 JL84 (250-400)

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*LOT OF TWO AMERICAN PISTOLS. CAL. 22LR. 1) Colt pre-war woodsman with 6-5/8″ bbl, adjustable sights, full-checkered wood grips, all blue magazine, high-speed housing. SN 67619 CONDITION: Good to very good. 90% blue, changed front sight, moderately word grips, bright shiny bore. 2) Sheridan Knock-About single shot. Sheet metal frame with tip up single shot bbl and 2-pc wrap around brown plastic grips. SN 07915 CONDITION: Very good, 96% blue turning plum, fine grips, excellent bore. 4-45830; 4-45831 (250-400)

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*RARE DARDICK MODEL 1500 SPACE GUN REVOLVER. CAL. 38 & 22. This most unusual pistol/revolver was produced by the Dardick Corp. of Hamden, CT in the 1960’s. Our pistol is the “SWITCH HITTER MODEL” complete in it’s orig. box with both 38 & 22 bbls and the very rare orig. stripper clip. Also accompanied by 4 rounds of orig. 38 CAL. ammunition, orig. flyer from Dardick and the reprint of an article about the Dardick. SN 1104 CONDITION: Excellent. The frame and grips retain virtually all orig. finish. The 38 bbl retains most of its high luster blue with scattered light surface rust. The 22 bbl appears to be new, never having been installed. The stripper clip is equally new, ammunition is excellent and the papers are slightly yellowed but fine. Box is excellent. 4-45461 JL286 (1,500-2,500)

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*COLT FACTORY “A” ENGRAVED PYTHON REVOLVER. CAL. 357 Mag. Nickel finish, 6″ vent rib bbl, factory engraved with about 35-40% coverage arabesque patterns, oversized checkered gold medallion grips in its orig. custom shop hinged lid leatherette case. Accompanied by an invoice from “BILL’S HOUSE OF GUNS INC.” of Merrill, WI dated 1980 delivering this revolver. SN V33712 CONDITION: As new retaining all its orig. finish, appears unfired. Case shows minor damage in the hinge covering, otherwise is fine. 4-45276 JL170 (800-1,200)

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*FITZ STYLE COLT NEW SERVICE DA REVOLVER. CAL. 45 Colt. Blued finish with bbl reduced to 3-1/16″, no front sight. Front of trigger guard cut away and hammer bobbed and serrated on top in the Fitz style. Orig. black hard rubber grips and has a Packmayr grip adapter. SN 19509 CONDITION: As noted, very good. Retains most of the fine finish applied after it was reworked. Excellent mechanics and bright shiny bore. A fine pocket revolver for someone with bad intentions. 4-45384 JL144 (500-800)

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*COLT COMMANDO DA REVOLVER. CAL. 38 Special. Scarce revolver with parkerized finish, 4″ bbl, fixed sights with replacement oversized gold medallion walnut grips. SN 35052 CONDITION: Very good. Retains 95-96% strong orig. grayish parkerizing having muzzle and edge wear and a replaced sideplate screw with a screwdriver mark around the hole. Bright shiny bore. 4-44572 JL82 (200-400)

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*COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. CAL: 38 Special. Blued finish, 2″ bbl with full ejector rod shroud and 2-pc checkered wood grips with silver medallions. Accompanied by an earlier maroon hinged lid orig. Detective Special box. SN M02887 CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains about 95% strong bright orig. finish, white paint on front sight and touched up wear spot at the muzzle. Grips are probably from another revolver as they show extreme wear not corresponding to the wear on this revolver. Bright shiny bore, box is about excellent. 4-44672 JL98 (200-350)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT POLICE POSITIVE DA REVOLVERS. 1) CAL. 38 Special. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, fixed sights with checkered walnut silver medallion grips. Accompanied by its orig. hinged lid maroon box and instruction pamphlet. SN 429268 CONDITION: About new. Retains 98% finish overall. Box slightly worn, but intact. 2) CAL. 32 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2″ bbl, round butt with hard rubber grips. Bottom of the butt has an electric pen-etched number. Accompanied by an orig.-type chocolate brown hinged-lid box. SN 91379 CONDITION: Near excellent, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its orig. finish. The left grip has a chipped toe, the box shows wear with a break in one edge. 4-44569; 4-44573 JL80 (300-500)

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*COLT OFFICER’S MODEL TARGET DA REVOLVER. CAL: 22. Late production officer’s model blued finish, 6″ bbl with adjustable sights and over sized gold medallion checkered wood grips. Accompanied by a sheepskin lined leather holster. SN 24657 CONDITION: As new, retains virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and grips with only a faint cylinder line. Bright shiny bore. Holster is worn but intact. 4-44678 JL99 (300-600)

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SMITH & WESSON OLD MODEL 1-1/2 SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. CAL. 32RF. Blued finish with 3-1/2″ keyhole bbl, 2-pc bird head grips. The name “RH REED” is scratched on the sideplate. SN 90086 CONDITION: Good. Retains 20-25% blue overall with the balance a light patina. Strong, dark bore, good grips. 4-45037 Z361 (150-250)

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FOREHAND & WADSWORTH CENTER HAMMER SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. CAL. 32RF. Blued finish with 3-1/2″ oct. bbl, unfluted cylinder with 2-pc wood bird head grips. SN 14 CONDITION: Very good. The bbl is mostly a gray patina with some pitting, the frame retains 30-40% bright orig. blue with scattered light surface rust. Cylinder is gray, the grips about 95%. Strong, dark bore. Excellent mechanics. 4-45042 Z360 (200-300)

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BACON SINGLE SHOT DERRINGER. CAL. 32RF. 4″ oct. bbl, spur trigger with 2-pc wood grips. CONDITION: The iron has a worn brown patina with only about half of the bbl address legible. Brass frame has a medium mustard patina and the grips solid with no orig. finish. Battered screws, strong bore with scattered pitting. 4-45044 Z362 (150-250)

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*COLT DIAMONDBACK DA REVOLVER. CAL: 22. Blued finish, 4″ vent rib bbl with adjustable sights, the front painted red with oversized checkered silver medallion grips. SN D42019. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains 95-97% strong orig. blue, very good grips, bright shiny bore. 4-44664 JL97 (250-450)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT DA REVOLVERS. 1) Special Police. CAL. 32-20. Blued finish, 5″ bbl, oversized grips. SN 573005 CONDITION: Very good. About 92% blue, excellent grips. 2) Official Police. CAL. 38 Special. Blued finish, 6″ bbl, oversized grips. SN 601387 CONDITION: Near excellent, very good grips. 4-44582; 4-44655 (300-500)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT DA REVOLVERS. 1) Police Positive. CAL. .32 S&W. Blued finish, 4″ bbl with checkered walnut medallion grips. SN 306807 CONDITION: Good to very good. About 92% blue, chipped and damaged grips, bright bore. 2) Official Police. CAL. 38 Special. Blued finish, 4″ bbl with replacement oversized gold medallion grips. SN 653780 CONDITION: Very good. 93/94% blue, excellent grips, bright bore. 4-44576; 4-44581 (250-400)

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*COLT BANKERS’ SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. CAL. 38 Colt. Blued finish, 2″ bbl marked on the left side “BANKERS’ SPECIAL” with checkered silver medallion grips. The back strap is inscribed “R.M.S. P.O. DEPT.” The bottom of the butt is inscribed “No. 9835”. Currently there is no information regarding these markings. SN 344206 CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains about all of an old reblue with some scattered light pitting. The grips are much worn, but sound. Bright shiny bore. 4-44571 JL81 (200-400)

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*COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVER. CAL. 38 Special. Blued finish, 4″ vent rib bbl, adjustable sights, checkered oversized walnut grips. SN D32035 CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 90-92% orig. blue, worn grips, white paint on the front sight, bright shiny bore. 4-44585 JL83 (200-350)

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COLT MODEL 1895 (?) NAVY REVOLVER. CAL. 38 Colt. Blued finish with 6″ bbl and Colt logo hard rubber grips. The number “1146” is the assembly number and appears on the inside of each grip. The bottom of the butt with the serial number and Navy markings with an anchor. SN 191129 U.S.N. NUMBER 13910 CONDITION: About very good. The bbl retains about 90% of a fine refinish with scattered fine pitting, near excellent grips, bright shiny bore. 4-44566 JL77 (200-400)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT POLICE POSITIVE REVOLVERS. 1) CAL. .38 Colt. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, hard rubber grips. SN 97391 CONDITION: Very good, 92% blue. 2) CAL. 38 Special. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, checkered wood grips. SN 379405 CONDITION: Very good, 92% blue, worn grips. 4-44584; 4-44570 (250-400)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT POLICE POSITIVE DA REVOLVERS. 1) CAL. 32-20. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, checkered medallion walnut grips. SN 104353 CONDITION: Very good. 90% thinning blue, worn grips. 2) CAL. .32 S&W. Blued finish, 4″ bbl, black hard rubber grips. The left side of the bbl marked “COLT NEW POLICE 32” and the right side “POLICE POSITIVE.” The sideplate also marked “NEW POLICE.” SN 66125 CONDITION: Good to very good. 60% blue, very good grips. 4-44574; 4-44575 (200-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25-5 DA REVOLVER. CAL. 45 Colt. Blued finish, 6″ bbl, red ramp front sight. The rear sight removed and replaced with a Thompson-Center “Electra-dot” 2.5X scope. Accompanied by a Doscosil hard case containing cleaning equipment and empty brass. SN N939915 CONDITION: About excellent. Retains 98-99% orig. blue with strong case colors on the trigger and hammer, excellent grips and optics. 4-44493 JL18 (300-500)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 14 NICKEL-PLATED REVOLVER. CAL. 38S&W. 6″ bbl, heavy black leather grips. SN 46143 CONDITION: Very good to near excellent. 4-43943 (150-300)

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*LOT OF TWO MODERN HANDGUNS. 1) Colt Police Positive, 38 Colt, nickel finish, hard rubber grips. SN 133286 – Good to very good, 95% nickel, chipped grip, strong bright bore. 2) Mauser Broomhandle Bolo 30 Mauser, wood grips. SN 537191 – Poor to fair, heavy rust on bbl, no original finish, worn grips, strong dark bore. Works good. 4-45821; 45831 (200-400)

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LOT OF THREE SAFETY HAMMERLESS REVOLVERS. CAL. 32 S&W. 1) Iver Johnson, blued, 3-1/4″ bbl, hard rubber grips. SN 66778 – About new, probably unfired, 95% blue, bright shiny bore. 2) Iver Johnson, nickeled, 6″ bbl, hard rubber grips. SN 11462 – Very good, 90% nickel, strong dark bore, chipped grip. 3) S&W New Departure, nickel, 3-1/2″ bbl, hard rubber grips. SN 1497 – About good, re-nickeled, worn grips, strong dark bore. 4-9999-1 (150-300)

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LOT OF 8 SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. 1) Unmarked 22, brass frame, 2-1/2″ oct. bbl, 2-pc rosewood grips. SN 49 – Very good, no original finish, cracked grip, works good, good bore. 2) Whitneyville 22, 3-3/16″ oct. bbl, brass frame, 2-pc grips. SN 24502 – Cleaned, excellent grips, works fine. 3) Little Giant 22, engraved, nickel-plated, wood grips. SN 1729 – 95% nickel, good grips, mechanics need attention. 4) Defender 22, nickel plated, wood grips. SN 20 – 90% nickel, fine grips, works good. 5) Colt open top 22, nickel, wood grips. SN 5134 – 75% nickel, good mechanics, strong dark bore, broken left grip. 6) S&W 1st Model 3rd issue, 22 Short, blue, wood grips. SN 43709 – 40-50% blue, light rust on the cylinder and bbl, good grips, bright bore with pitting. 7) Robin Hood #3, 32RF, nickel, 2-1/2″ round bbl, 2-pc wood grips. SN 7477 – 90% nickel, excellent grips, dark bore. 8) Defender 22, engraved frame, pearl grips. SN 162 – Poor, missing parts, rusty. 4-45821; 45881 (400-700)

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LOT OF FIVE AMERICAN EARLY REVOLVERS. 1) Hopkins & Allen, Merwin & Hulbert Patent spur trigger revolver. CAL. 38CF, nickel finish-5-1/2″ keyhole bbl, spur trigger, lanyard loop in the butt with black hard rubber grips. SN 7810 – Fine. 95% nickel, scattered light rust, excellent grips, bright bore. 2) Iver Johnson safety hammerless, accompanied by leather clutch purse holster, real pearl grips. SN 31 – Very good to excellent, 96% nickel, excellent grips, bright bore, good holster. 3) S & W 4th Model DA CAL 32 S &W. 6″ keyhole bbl, nickel finish, black hard rubber grips. Accompanied by period flap holster marked “S & W 32DA”. SN 170741 – Fair, rusty bbl, milky nickel, good grips, fair bore, fair holster. 4) S & W 2nd Model DA. CAL 32 S & W. 3 1/2″ nickel finish, fancy floral, logo, black hard rubber grips. SN 2469 – Fair, 60% milky nickel, nice grips, strong bore. 5) Marlin no. 32 spur trigger revolver 32RF. Nickel finish, 3″ key hole bbl with “M.F.A. CO.” black hard rubber grips. SN 1088. – About good, 60% nickel, loose hinge, dark bore, excellent grips. 4-45821 (600-900)

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*LOT OF THREE BREAKTOP DA REVOLVERS. 1) CAL: 38 S&W. Smith & Wesson perfected, blue finish, 4″ bbl with round butt hard rubber grips. Bottom of butt has an additional number of 5900. SN 5903 CONDITION: Good to very good. 60% blue, bright shiny bore, worn grips, good mechanics. 2) US Revolver Co. auto-ejecting. CAL. 38 S&W. Blued finish, 3-1/2″ bbl, checkered hard rubber grips. SN 22432 CONDITION: Very good, probably unfired. The finish flaked to about 30% orig. blue with the balance a light patina. Bright shiny bore, excellent grips. 3) Iver Johnson auto ejecting. CAL. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 3″ bbl with Owl logo hard rubber grips. SN 32261 CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains about 80% bright nickel with some loose spots, bright shiny bore, and excellent grips. 4-44669; 4-44677; 4-44714. JL103 (200-400)

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LOT OF FOUR BREAKTOP AND SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVERS. 1) Hopkins & Allen breaktop folding hammer. CAL: 38 S&W. Nickel, 3-1/4″ bbl. NSN – Very good. 2) H&R safety hammerless. CAL. 32 S&W. Nickel, 3″ bbl. SN 4976 – About good. 3) H&R vest pocket safety hammerless. CAL. 32 S&W. Nickel, 2″ bbl. SN 157069 – About good. 4) Defender 89 Spur trigger. CAL. 32RF. Nickel finish, 2-1/2″ bbl. Fancy pressed hard rubber grips. SN 490 – Good, chipped grip. 4-44676; 4-44713; 4-44715; 4-44716 (300-500)

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LOT OF THREE EARLY REVOLVERS. 1) Defender spur trigger. CAL. 22 Short. Nickel finish, 2-1/4″ bbl, bird head wood grips. SN 888 – Fair, mechanics need attention. 2) US Revolver Co. dbl. action. CAL. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 2-1/2″ bbl. SN 37387 – Excellent, chipped grips. 3) H&R auto ejecting. CAL. 32 S&W. Nickel finish, 3″ bbl with extra bbl. SN 4638 – Good to very good. Front sight missing on one bbl. Spare bbl, very good. 4-44712 (200-400)

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LOT OF THREE H&R DA REVOLVERS. 1) CAL. 32 S&W. Safety hammer, nickel finish, 2-1/2″ oct. bbl. Concealed carry hammer with black hard rubber round butt grips. Accompanied by its orig. black 2-pc box that contains a tiny glass vial with cork of 3 in one oil. SN 37158 – About new. Has been fired but retains almost all of its orig. finish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. Box with worn edges is intact. 2) CAL. 32 RF. Bulldog model, nickel finish, 2-1/2″ oct. bbl, hard rubber grips. SN 30945 – About good. Retains about 60% nickel with light pitting on the left side. Good mechanics. 3) CAL: 32 S&W. Tiny Young America model, nickel finish, 2″ bbl, black hard rubber grips. SN 2215 – Fair to good. 85% nickel, bulged bbl, missing front sight. 4-44620; 4-44621; 4-44645. JL102 (200-400)

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LOT OF 7 ANTIQUE REVOLVERS. 1) CAL. 22. Young American. SN 7576 – Fine, probably unfired. 2) Iver Johnson breaktop 32 S&W SN 18746 – Good. 3) H&R Model 64 32 S&W. SN 47343 – Very good. 4) Protection DA Breaktop 32 S&W – Fair. 5) S&W 2nd Model DA 38 S&W. SN 4878 – Fair. 6) Defender spur trigger 22, horn grips – Poor. 7) S&W old model 1-1/2, nickel, wood grips. SN 116726 – Fair. 4-45821; 45881 (200-300)

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LOT OF 5 EUROPEAN DA REVOLVERS. 1) Tiny nickel-plated 22 with pearl grips. SN 1037 – Needs trigger return spring, very good. 2) Unmarked Belgian 32 Bulldog. No finish, 2-pc wood grips – Needs trigger return spring, fair. 3) British Bulldog 44 cal., blue, decorative hard rubber grips – Good to very good. 4) Unmarked folding trigger, 32, horn grips – Good. 5) Unmarked Belgian Bulldog, 38 DA with safety and checkered wood grips – Needs trigger return spring. 4-45828 (250-400)

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LOT OF 10 AMERICAN DA REVOLVERS. 1) Iver Johnson, safety hammerless, 38 cal. SN D78683 Blue, hard rubber grips – 80%, fine. 2) Iver Johnson, safety hammerless, 38 cal., nickel, hard rubber grips. SN 16249 – Light rust, bright bore, very good. 3) Iver Johnson, safety hammerless, nickel, hard rubber grips, safety trigger. SN 17917 – 85%, fine bore, very good. 4) Iver Johnson, safety hammerless, 32 S&W, nickel, hard rubber grips. SN 15280 – 75%, good bore, good. 5) Iver Johnson auto ejecting, 32 S&W, nickel, hard rubber grips. SN E19299 – 60%, fair bore, about good. 6) Iver Johnson, auto ejecting, blue, hard rubber grips. SN A2543 – Rusty, good bore, fair. 7) Iver Johnson, blue, cut down bbl, hard rubber grips, safety trigger. SN H9769 – Pitted cylinder and frame, good bore. Good. 8) S&W 1st Model single action, 38 cal., blue, hard rubber grips. SN 70310 – 50%, good bore, good. 9) H&R auto ejecting, 32 S&W, hard rubber grips, nickel. SN 89398 – 75% nickel, replaced hammer screw, broken grip, strong bore, good. 10) Vest pocket, self-cocking, 32 S&W, nickel, hard rubber grips. SN 251 – 90% nickel, good grips, hand spring broken. 4-45821;45881 (150-250)

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LOT OF 4 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL 1) S&W 1st Model target. CAL. 22, 8″ keyhole bbl, revolver frame with recoil shields and hand with black hard rubber grips. SN 19064 – About good, mostly a gray metal color, good grips, dark bore. 2) Stevens pocket rifle, CAL. 32RF, 12″ bbl, nickel frame, rosewood grips. SN 5214 – Fair to good, rusty brown bbl, 85% frame, good grips, poor bore, broken rear sight, missing wire stock. 3) Frank Wesson cut down pocket rifle. CAL. 32RF, bbl cut to 3-5/8″, 2-pc rosewood grips. SN 1289 – No sights, no extractor, no stock, poor. 4) Unmarked Flobert action parlor pistol, nickel finish, 10″ bbl, smooth bore with cannon muzzle, tiny front sight, 2-pc metal bird head grips. – 80% nickel, good to very good. 4-45821 45831; 45829 (200-400)

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*LOT OF THREE EUROPEAN REVOLVERS. 1) CAL. 32CF. Unusual single action revolver with 6″ oct. bbl with ejector rod on the right side, 7-shot cylinder, nickeled brass frame and grip frame with 2-piece smooth gutta percha grips, engraved frame. The bbl assembly tilts right for ejecting and loading. Re-nickled bbl and frame, fine grips. 2) Spanish copy of a S & W Russian Model revolver. CAL. 44CF. SN 733 – Good, blued finish, rust with homemade wood grips, good bore. 3)*Russian Nagant revolver dated 1926, converted to 22 for training with 2-piece wood grips. Accompanied by a modified military holster. SN 11291 – Polished bright, mismatched cylinder, worn grips, strong bright bore. Holster dry and stiff. 4-45817, 4-45821, 4-45831 (300-500)

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SMITH & WESSON 2ND MODEL SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. CAL: 38 S&W. Nickel finish, 5″ bbl, round butt and black hard rubber grips. SN 103093 CONDITION: Good, retains 75-80% orig. nickel with scattered light pitting. Where the nickel is lost has turned to a light patina. Good mechanics, worn grips, strong bore with pitting. 4-44670 JL100 (200-400)

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LOT OF 4 PEPPERBOX & 1 SWIVEL BREECH PERCUSSION PISTOL. 1) Allen & Thurber pepperbox, 6-shot, 36 cal, 4″ unfluted bar hammer, 2-pc bag grip – Fine, no finish, functions. 2) Allen & Wheelock pepperbox, 6-shot, 32 Cal. 3-3/4″ fluted bbls, bar hammer, 2-pc bag grip – Fine, plum-brown patina, no finish, good grips, functions. 3) Allen & Wheelock vest pocket pepperbox, 4-shot, 32 Cal. 3″ fluted bbls, without shield, 2-pc bag grip with bar hammer – No finish, light rust, functions. 4) Robbins & Lawrence pepperbox, 5-shot, 32 Cal. 4-1/2″ unfluted bbls, internal striker, hinged bbls, ring trigger, saw handle, 2-pc walnut grips, engraved. SN 5747 – About good, no original finish, good grips, functions. 5) Bird swivel breech muff pistol, 50 Cal., 2-shot, bag shaped checkered walnut wood grip – Fair, engraved receiver, no finish, pitted, good grip, repaired tang, functions. 4-45827; 45831 (400-600)

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BACON UNDER HAMMER PEPPERBOX. CAL: 31. 4” ribbed bbls with standard markings on the bbl ribs. SN 50 CONDITION: Blue-brown patina with faint traces of blue in the engraving. One of the recoil plate screws has been riveted, grips are badly battered at the bottom. The bores are pitted, action is good. 4-44744 FS83 (300-500)

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COOPER UNDER HAMMER PEPPERBOX. CAL: 36. 3-1/4” fluted bbls. Marked “J.R. COOPERS / PATENT” on the left side of the lightly engraved frame. Birmingham proof marks on the bbl group. CONDITION: Traces of case hardening colors in the flutes of the bbl groups, otherwise smooth gray-brown patina. The grips have minor dents and scratches and have been lightly sanded and oiled. The bores are lightly pitted, mechanically good. 4-44746 FS56 (250-450)

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UNMARKED PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX. CAL: 31. 4” ribbed bbls. NSN CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with numerous dents and gouges. The grips are missing chips and appear to be re-varnished. The bores are pitted, action is sticky. 4-44748 FS84 (200-400)

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HOPPE’S REPRODUCTION PEPPERBOX. CAL. 36. 3-3/4″ fluted bbl cluster, etch engraved recoil shield and frame, 2-pc wood grips. SN P03538 CONDITION: As new, appears unfired. 4-45148 (50-100)

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2ND GENERATION COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. CAL. 44. Blue and case colored, usual configuration with 8″ round bbl, Naval battle cylinder scene, four screw frame cut for shoulder stock with a tiny US below the Colt’s patent. Fitted with 1-pc ivory grips, scrimshawed on the right side with the image of an old Indian and accompanied by the orig. 1-pc wood grips and the orig. instruction manual. SN 205401 CONDITION: Excellent to as new. Appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its orig. factory finish with only a faint cylinder line. The ivory grips have a beautiful yellow patina. 4-45147 JL166 (500-1,000)

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COLT HERITAGE COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER. CAL: 44. 9” part oct. bbl in orig. wood case with matching number book autographed by Larry Wilson. SN C Company Mo1652. CONDITION: Appears to be unused. The case has been battered and there are several pieces broken from the mountings. All pieces are present but need to be re-glued. 4-45154 FS18 (700-1,100)

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CASED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK. CAL: 44. 8” round bbl, French recessed case with replica accessories and belt buckle. SN 204573 CONDITION: Appears to be unused. 4-45155 FS24 (700-1,100)

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COLT SECOND GENERATION STAINLESS STEEL MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. CAL. 44. Usual configuration with 4-screw frame cut for shoulder stock made of all stainless with 1-pc walnut grips in a wood presentation case with powder flask, mold, nipple wrench and cap box. SN 202029 CONDITION: As new, appears unfired and unturned retaining all its orig. factory finish. The case and accessories are likewise new. 4-45152 JL169 (500-1,000)

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COLT 2ND GENERATION BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND DESPATCH COMMEMORATIVE. CAL. 44. 2nd generation Colt 1860 Army, 4-screw US marked frame cut for shoulder stock, blue and case colored with 1-pc walnut grip. 5-1/2″ round bbl, etched “BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND DESPATCH” on the left side and “A SPECIAL EDITION 1OF 500” on the right side with etched arabesque patterns. The cylinder has a deep etched stagecoach hold-up scene. Accompanied by a spare cylinder numbered to this revolver with a deep etched wagon train scene and a bust of Butterfield, in its book presentation case. 4-45151 (300-500)

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COLT 2ND GENERATION 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. CAL: 44. Usual configuration with 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and case color finish, brass grip frame with 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by its orig. box, papers and owner’s manual with the orig. sales slip indicating purchased in 1984 for $299.50. SN 30961 CONDITION: Appears to be new in the box retaining about all of its orig. bright finish. Box is also excellent. 4-44661 JL101 (300-500)

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2ND GENERATION COLT 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. CAL. 44. Blue and case colored with 1-pc wood grips. SN 25363 CONDITION: As new. Appears unfired retaining about all its orig. finish. 4-45150 (400-600)

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2ND GENERATION COLT 1862 POLICE REVOLVER. CAL. 36. Blue and case colored with 1-pc dark red walnut grips. SN 49220 CONDITION: As new, probably unfired with crackled varnish on the right side of grip and a small line on the right side of the frame. 4-45146 (350-500)

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COLT 2ND GENERATION 1851 NAVY SQUARE BACK REVOLVER. CAL. 36. Blue and case colored with 1-pc wood grips, square back trigger guard and brass grip frame. Extra polish blue. SN 24164 CONDITION: As new, retaining virtually all its orig. finish. 4-45145 (300-500)

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LOT OF TWO CURRENT PRODUCTION BLACK POWDER REVOLVERS. 1) Navy Arms Texas Patterson. CAL. 36. Blued finish, 7-1/2″ bbl, 1-pc wood grip, with its orig. box. SN 1183 CONDITION: New in the box. 2) Replica Arms 1860 Army. CAL. 44. By Uberti with 4-screw frame, wooden case and tools. SN 12281 CONDITION: As new. Was loaded but never fired. 4-44580; 4-44662 (200-300)

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ALLEN REPRODUCTION COLT 49 POCKET. CAL. 31. Blue and case colored with 3″ oct. bbl with rammer, silver-plated grip frame with 1-pc walnut grips. SN 00402 CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains virtually all its orig. finish to both metal and wood, one or two small scratches on the back strap. 4-45149 JL359 (100-150)

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*KAHNKE MODEL 82 PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL. CAL. 50. Blued finish with 14″ round bbl, mounted with a Weaver base, millett rings and a Burris 1.5-4X scope. Frame is 1-pc construction with a center mounted hammer and cross bolt safety with brass tipped metal ramrod mounted under bbl and a finger groove 1-pc walnut grip. Accompanied by orig. instruction manual for pistol and owner’s manual for scope. SN 1004 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 97-98% strong bright orig. blue, good mechanics and bright optics. 4-45153 JL145 (300-700)

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THOMPSON CENTER PATRIOT PISTOL. CAL. 45. Single shot percussion pistol, 9-1/2″ oct. bbl, adjustable sights, 1-pc walnut stock, brass furniture, dbl. set triggers with booklets. SN 20523 CONDITION: As new, appears unfired. 4-45144 (150-400)

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*REMINGTON MARK III FLARE PISTOL. CAL. 10ga. Blued bbl, brass frame, 2-pc wood grips. SN 5279 CONDITION: Good to very good. About 90% bbl blue with scattered rust, fine frame with dark mustard patina, fine grips, pitted bore. 4-45831 (250-400)

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UNMARKED SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL. CAL. 40. Homemade pistol with 6-1/4″ round bbl, rifle type front sight with large, round solid breech end, side mounted steel rammer and a flat center hammer frame reminiscent of a Stevens or Remington single shot rifle frame. The grip frame is made of brass with 2-pc crude walnut grips. CONDITION: Light to medium brown patina. Good grips, functions. 4-45040 Z358 (100-200)

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LONDON PISTOL CO. POCKET SIZE PERCUSSION REVOLVER. CAL. 32. 5″ oct. bbl with the makers’ name on the top flat, 5-shot unfluted cylinder with stagecoach hold-up scene and dbl. cylinder-stop notches. Iron frame with side plate and iron grip frame with flared butt and 2-pc walnut grips. The bottom of the frame is marked “PATENTED/DEC.27.1859”. Revolver closely resembles a Manhattan. The frame and back strap are engraved with arabesque patterns. The serial number is marked under the left grip on the front strap and on the bottom of the bbl. SN 129 CONDITION: No original finish remains being a medium gray patina overall with some fine pitting. Grips are fine with traces of original varnish. An unusual and likely quite scarce Civil War revolver. 4-45797 (300-600)

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REPRODUCTION PEANUT SIZE DERINGER PERCUSSION PISTOL. CAL. 42. Reproduction of an agent marked peanut pistol marked on the top flat of the bbl and back action lock plate “STEWART & SONS” with Portland, ORE also on the bbl. The bbl is 2-1/4″ ovoid shaped in a 1-pc walnut stock with silver-plated furniture and gargoyle mask on the butt. All nicely engraved. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 4-45048 JL363 (100-150)

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LOT OF COLT 51 NAVY & 60 ARMY. 1) 51 Navy, CAL. 36, standard Navy with 7-1/2″ oct. bbl, 1-pc walnut grips. SN 93935 CONDITION: Cleaned and allowed to severely rust, maybe salvageable with sufficient care. All matching, incl. the wedge, traces of blue visible under the rust. The frame mostly a gray patina. 30% silver on the grip frame, 90% varnish on grips. 2) 60 Army, CAL. 44, standard Army with 8″ round bbl and 1-pc walnut grips. The grips have a fine cartouche on the left side and the visible outline, partially legible, on the right side. SN 80243 CONDITION: Cleaned and allowed to rust with traces of bbl blue under the crud. Cleaned gray receiver, heavy crusted rust on the back strap and right side of the muzzle. Fine grips, slightly shrunken from the frame. All matching. 4-45781; 45782 (300-600)

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SEDGLEY MARK 5 FLARE PISTOL. CAL. about 25mm. Black bakelight handle and frame with blued bbl marked USN on the side and 1942 on the rib. Grip is also marked USN. SN 242692-A-2 CONDITION: Good. 4-45703 (25-75)

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LOT OF COLT 49 POCKET REVOLVER, HOLSTER AND POWDER HORN. CAL. 31. Colt Model 1849 pocket revolver with 5″ oct. bbl, 2-line New York address, brass grip frame and 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by a period black flap holster with button closure and a small flat sided European cows horn powder horn that is 8-1/4″ on the outside edge x 3-1/4″ across the base x 1″ thick. The spout is a carved ducks head with ebony eyes. The sides are beautifully scrimshawed with riders on horseback wearing skirts with long hair and tri-corn hats firing flintlock pistols at each other. The inside edge is scrimshawed “ANNO” and the back edge scrimshawed “MDCCLIIII”. The base plug is dark horn secured with wooden pegs and brass pins. CONDITION: Revolver is about good, no orig. finish remains being a silver-brown patina. Cylinder is mismatched, grips are fine with 25-30% orig. varnish, strong dark bore. Holster is poor with torn belt loop and is dry and crackled. Powder flask is fine with one large and one small bug bites on the one image along with bug bites on the edges and a couple of other spots. 4-45761 Z451 (500-1,000)

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LOT OF 10 MISC. ANTIQUE HANDGUNS. 1) Cut-down Whitney Navy, 36 Cal. 3″ oct. bbl, 2-pc walnut grips – No original finish, fine grips. 2) Lg. single shot smooth bore center hammer percussion pistol. About 12ga. 5″ round bbl, 1-pc bag grip. – Fair. 3) Single shot percussion muff pistol, about 45 Cal. 4-1/4″ round bbl, no grips. – Poor. 4) Single shot percussion muff pistol, about 36 Cal. 3-3/4″ oct. bbl, 2-pc wood grips – Fair. 5) French dbl. bbl pin fire pistol, about 12mm, folding triggers, dbl. hammer, fluted butt, 1-pc wood grip – Good. 6) Dbl. bbl percussion pistol, about 45 Cal. 2-3/4″ bbls, folding triggers, fluted butt, 1-pc wood grip – Good. 7) Allen & Wheelock pepperbox, 5-shot, 32 Cal. Bar hammer, fixed shield, no grips – Fair to good. 8) French flintlock pocket pistol, about 60 Cal. Rifled bore, raised carved stock, 4-1/2″ oct. to round bbl, engraved damascened breech, cracked stock, missing rammer – Fair. Works. 9) British flintlock small Army pistol, about 64 Cal. 6″ round bbl, British proofs, lock with crown over “VR”, crown and broad arrow, marked “TOWER 1846″, missing captive rammer and hammer with broken nipple – Fair. 10) Reproduction medium size Deringer pocket pistol about 60 smooth bore, modern reproduction, 3” oct. bbl, 1-pc stock, back action lock, brass furniture with engraved German silver trigger guard – Very good. 4-45828; 45829; 45831; 45881 (300-600)

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LARGE SET OF EARLY SADDLEBAGS. Brown medium weight leather, measuring about 14″ x 12″ on each side with double strap closures and buckles on the bottom. Each side also has a carrying handle. CONDITION: Fair to good. Dry and crackled, in need of treatment with some loose stitching and missing beading on the bottom of one bag. The connector between the bags and one flap have tears and deep cracks. 4-45185 (250-350)

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289

CIVIL WAR BACKPACK. Made of tarred cotton with a large pouch measuring about 14″ x 13″ and another pouch about 10″ x 13″ with dbl. leather closure straps, leather shoulder harness and brass and iron hooks and buckles. One strap is marked “WM. BUTTE NY” with the date August 13, 1864. CONDITION: Fair with tears on the top and bottom of worn pouch, leather is dry and crackled. 4-45245 (250-350)

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290

CIVIL WAR ERA TEXAS HOPE SADDLE. Great early saddle of the type used by the Confederacy during the Civil War, particularly Texas Cavalry units. Our saddle is unmarked with about a 12″ seat; long front slick fork with large leather covered horn. The upper skirts are short and rounded with four sets of dbl. leather rosettes on each side with pigging strings. The inside skirts are square with old sheepskin lining. It is fitted with 8″ wide leather fenders and wide bent oak stirrups. The cinch band is very early braided horsehide with period leather fittings and iron buckles. CONDITION: Good to very good. The leather is sound and useable but in need of treatment. The seam down the center of the seat is open and the jockeys have been tacked into place. The fenders and stirrups are replacements and the rear skirt seam is laced with a shoelace. The sheepskin lining is good but dry. The pigging strings are replacements. A fine Civil War re-enactors saddle. 4-45177 JL429 (1,000-1,500)

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291

EARLY DROVERS BUFFALO COAT AND GAUNTLETS. Fine early, commercially made buffalo robe drovers coat with rolled collar. It appears to be medium to large size with very dark, curly shoulder hair and sleeves of a more straight hair. The buttons and front closures are pairs of wooden pegs with braided cord loops. The lining is quilted cotton, sewn with red and white thread with soft leather armpit reinforcement. Accompanied by a pair of period buffalo hide hair-on gauntlets of medium to large size, wool lined in the hand and corduroy lined in the cuff. CONDITION: The coat is good with a large area of lost hair on the left front skirt area. The cuffs show light to moderate wear with a small repair on the left side. The gauntlets are much used but intact, with slight loss of hair on the back of the fingers and on the edges of the cuffs. All together a wonderful 18th Century drovers winter outfit. The lost hair section is repairable with a replacement patch of buffalo hide. 4-45183 JL430 (1,500-2,500)

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292

EARLY COLORFUL NAVAJO RUG. Nice early wool Navajo rug 7′-11″ by 3′-9″ of primarily red and blue colors in 3″ bands across the rug with grays-purple mixed and pale green in wavy patterns with white and brown bands at each end. One end is bound off without fringe while the other end has worn braided fringe that was orig. 5″-6″ long. The sides are bound with black natural hair stitching. CONDITION: Fine with the primary colors bright and vivid, while the greens and purples have faded slightly. The tasseled end is worn with some loose stitching. Altogether a fine early Navajo rug to compliment anyone’s den or hunting lodge. 4-45184 JL431 (2,500-4,000)

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293

EXTREMELY LARGE BLACKSMITH MADE BEAR TRAP. Massive trap with dbl. springs, 46″ from tip to tip. The jaws are 16-3/4″ wide, four teeth riveted on one side and three teeth on the other. The pan is flat iron, 7-7/8″ dia. The chain is of extremely heavy links with the swivel on the trap end and a large hand forged 3-tine hook on the other. There is a small piece of very old, very dry wood trapped in the jaws, apparently a piece of the wood used to trip the trap the last time. Accompanied by three short pieces of chain with hand forged wedges on each end and an old hand colored photograph of an old time bear hunter with a huge dead Black bear titled “KILLED BY ART JACKSON-DEAD STREAM SWAMP HOUGHTON LAKE MICH.” The consignor states that Mr. Jackson was the owner of this trap. CONDITION: Fine, having an even dark brown patina over all the metal parts with moderate pitting. 4-45741 JL428 (600-1,200)

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294

GIANT STOREFRONT ADVERTISING POCKET-KNIFE. Wooden bodied, single tin covered blade pocket knife marked on the ricasso “CASE BROS.” with simulated pick bone handles. The bolsters and blade are painted silver, the handles brown. The blade is 39″ long, 86-1/2″ overall in the open position with two screw eyes and a hanger chain. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 75-80% orig. finish overall with some slight damage to the metal tip of the blade. 9-90178 JL441 (500-1,000)

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295

WINCHESTER ORIGINAL SIGNAL CANNON. CAL. 10ga blank. Black finish with rubber tires and nickeled rims, marked on the trail “W.R.A. CO.” with British proofs on the chamber area. SN 525 CONDITION: About very good. The bbl retains a dark coating of oil with mild patina, trail retains about 95% orig. black enamel, rims retain most of their orig. nickel finish. The rubber tires have deteriorated and are collapsing but are still intact. Bore is dark and pitted. 4-45442 JL365 (300-600)

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296

GALBRAITH LINE THROWING CANNON. 2-1/2” bore. 29-3/4” round bbl with trunnions in the middle and a swivel yoke at the rear. The red painted carriage is marked “C.C. GALBRAITH & SON INC. / NEW YORK N.Y. / U.S.A. / 263RH” on the right side. A touch hole is about 4” forward from the breech. NSN CONDITION: Fine overall, retaining most of the black paint on the bbl and red paint on the carriage. 4-44700 FS16 (300-600)

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297

WINCHESTER CHROME PLATED SIGNAL CANNON. CAL. 10ga. blank. Late manufactured signal cannon by the Bellmore-Johnson Tool Co. under license from Winchester. Completely chrome plated with solid black composition tires in its orig. wooden Winchester marked shipping crate complete with lid, screws and instruction pamphlet. SN D474 CONDITION: Excellent having been fired but as new. Complete with its orig. lanyard. Retaining most of its orig. chrome finish with one small chip on the trail. 4-45397 JL175 (800-1,200)

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297A.

LARGE IRON EXPRESS BOX. Painted black, 20″ long x 12″ wide x 12″ deep. This box has a flush mounted lid with locking handle, the key to which is inside the case. There is a large ring handle on each end and ring for opening the lid on the top. The outside is painted black and the inside a light gray. The lid has holes through which to insert seal wires. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 50-60% orig. black paint with a pry mark in the lid and a couple of dings on the front. 4-43311 JL439 (1,000-2,000)

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298

SCRIMSHAWED WHALE TOOTH. Fine early scrimshaw whale tooth, 7″ long x about 2-3/4″ wide with a spectacular scrimshawed 3-masted schooner surrounded by fine vine patterns. The reverse side is inscribed “TAKEN/FROM A DEAD/WHALE/BY L.B.MORSE/1850”. CONDITION: Fine mellow ivory color with three or four age lines at the edge of the root cavity and another near the tip. 4-45902 (300-500)

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299

LOT OF 27 CARTE DE VISIT AND TINTYPES. This lot consists of 14 real carte de visits of Civil War era military personnel, 5 reproductions consisting of Jeff Davis, Lee, McClellan, Lincoln and an officer with his lady, 4 group shots consisting of Naval officers, Statesmen and Generals of the American Civil War, Booth and his associates and “Our Present Peace Commissioners”. A photo of a military encampment and the photo of a statue titled “Biter Bit” which is the image of a Civil War soldier and a bayoneted dog raised over his head. Along with the tintype of a soldier and another of a lady. One of the military photos is of three Union soldiers, two standing and one seated, written in ink on the back “Sergt. Briggs/ Corpl. Knowles/ Privt. Moses”. The others are untitled. CONDITION: Generally fine, yellowed, images are fine. The camp scene is fading. 4-45903 (300-500)

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300

PAIR OF GOLD BULLION CAPTAINS EPAULETS. Civil War or Indian Wars period, 3-1/4″ long x 1-3/8″ wide. Gold bullion thread with bright blue background on a faded blue base. Hand stitched onto stiff white backing. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Do not appear to have ever been installed. 4-45904 (200-300)

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301

SMALL WOOD HIDE COVERED TRUNK. Outside dimensions are 16-1/8″ x 8-5/8″ wide x 7-3/4″ high at the domed top. Fine little trunk with rawhide and brass tack decorations with a soft deerskin dust seal and a fine brass latch on the front. The interior is lined with old newspaper, which bears a date of “JANUARY 25, 1849” and appears to be from St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. CONDITION: Considerable loss of hair to the outside and some losses of the dust seal. Otherwise, sound and mostly intact with a few minor bug holes. 4-45905 (50-150)

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302

LOT OF 16 FLINT LOCKS AND 5 HAMMERS. All early European locks, complete with hammers, pans, frizzens and springs. One or two is missing a screw and top jaw. The hammers appear to be fine. Two pistol locks are mostly incomplete. Lot includes a Tower musket lock, a Tower pistol lock and several other marked locks. They are generally brown and rusty but seem functional. 4-45891 (500-1,000)

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303

LOT OF WINCHESTER AND IDEAL LOADING TOOLS AND MOLDS. Six Winchester loading tools in cal. 32 Spcl., 30 WCF, 32-40, 38-55, 44 WCF and 32 WCF. One Winchester bullet mold in 44 WCF; one Ideal No. 3 loading tool , cal. 32, in its orig. box; three other Ideal No. 3 tools in 32 Spcl.; 44-40 & 303 Savage. Four Ideal loading tool/bullet mold combinations in Cal. 32 IL; 32-20; 32-40 and 32-40 Marlin. One or two spare expander plugs. 4-44729 JL106 (500-1,000)

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304

WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LOADING TOOL. CAL. 44WCF. Blued nutcracker type loading tool marked with the manufactures and caliber information on the sides in its orig. box complete with expander plug. CONDITION: Fine. Deep pitting on one arm on the backside, otherwise retains about 80% orig. blue. The 2-pc box is missing virtually all its orig. label except one tiny corner. It has blown corners that has been taped. 4-45428 (200-300)

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305

IDEAL COMBINATION BULLET MOLD-LOADING TOOL. CAL. 38-55M. Nickel finish, standard tool, missing expander plug. CONDITION: Fine with 1-line of deep pitting on the outside and elsewhere. 4-45194 (40-60)

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306

LOT OF MISC. LOADING TOOLS AND FLASKS. Three Ideal tools; 25-21, 44 S&WR & 45 Gov.; Two Winchester loading tools: 1882 32 WCF & 1894 38-55; Three Winchester bullet molds: 38-255, 32 WCF & an unmarked tool that appears to be 32; Three wood handle powder measures; a brass picket ball mold; a shot shell crimping and priming set; Enfield musket tool; shot shell wad guide; Savage musket lock dated “1863”; two large powder flasks. CONDITION: All are about fine. 4-45880 (300-500)

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307

LOT OF MAGAZINES AND AMMUNITION. Two WWII 1911 magazines; one Astra 600 mag?; two 30 round and one 15 round M-1 carbine mags.; early high-standard mag.; Colt 1903 32 ACP 2-tone mag.; wood base Luger mag. missing the follower button; twelve French 11mm pinfire cartridges in orig. box; six rounds M-1 carbine ammo and seven rounds 45-70 brass. CONDITION: All are about fine., the pinfire box is taped. 4-45881 (150-250)

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308

LOT OF EARLY HANDCUFFS. 1) Marlin, nickeled, patented 1879 with key. 2) Early hand forged with key. 3) Old orig. come-along. CONDITION: The Marlin’s have most of the orig. nickel, the other two have a brown patina, all are functional. 4-45880 (200-400)

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309

ITHACA AUTO AND BURGLAR GUN FLAP HOLSTER. Russet brown leather, 17″ overall with sewn in oval plug, brass flap stud. The flap mark “AUTO AND BURGLAR GUN/MADE BY/ITHACA GUN CO./ITHACA, N.Y.” CONDITION: Fine, leather sound with several flaked spots on the body and flap with minor loss of finish, dry in need of treatment. 4-45879 (250-400)

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310

PRESENTATION TYPE FIREMAN’S AXE. Brass head, 6-3/4″ x 3-1/2″ wide blade, including a 2-1/4″ spike on top. The blade is etched with oak leaf and acorn patterns, a fireman holding a hose with implements about his feet and a ladder behind him. The other side has the same patterns without the fireman. Haft is black ebony colored with screw-on brass butt cap, two brass hanger rings and a blank brass presentation plate on the left side. CONDITION: Excellent. Medium patina on the blade, light patina on the other brass. The handle is fine and retains most of its orig. finish. 1-27833 JL450 (400-600)

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311

LOT OF 13 POWDER HORNS AND DRINKING HORN. This lot consists of two very large powder horns and eleven smaller powder horns of various sizes and ages and one silver mounted drinking horn with an inscription dated “4 JULY 1873”. One of the medium size horns is scrimmed with the name “ALBERT YOUNG APRIL 17 1880” and has a snake motif and Pennsylvania hex sign. All the horns appear to be fairly early, some with small wooden pegs securing the plugs and others with decorated plugs. CONDITION: Generally very good. One or two with minor bug bites. 4-45740 JL176 (300-500)

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312

LOT OF FIVE BRASS POWDER FLASKS. 1) Dbl. sided half-pounder by Dickson with good spring, shotgun flask – Very good. 2) Dbl. sided Sykes artichoke pattern shotgun flask 7-3/4″ overall – Good with broken spout. 3) Dbl. sided fleur di lis polished – About good. 4) Plain bag flask, hexagonal shaped – Dents, rusted spring. 5) Single sided Colt type flask, 7″ overall incl. 1-1/4″ spout – Dented back, good spring. 4-45735; 45736; 45737; 45738; 45739 (150-250)

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313

EARLY SCRIMSHAW POWDER HORN DATED 1807. This early scrimshaw powder horn engraved “HCNRV + RRWN, SALVACC, RISH HARBOR 1807”. The butt carved in a half-round and sealed with a black, tar-like substance. SIZE: Approximately 16″ on the curve. CONDITION: Structurally good and shows lots of patina. The leather thong is an old replacement. 4-43781 (200-400)

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314

EARLY POWDER HORN. Probably European, 12″ long with raised spout threaded on the inside. A turned concave base plug secured with small brass pins with a screw filler plug – Fine. One small crack, deep greenish-yellow patina. 4-45447 (100-200)

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315

LOT OF TWO LARGE POWDER HORNS. 1) Large cows horn approx. 19″ long with convex wood plug, secured with wooden pegs, faceted spout end with carved letters in each facet and a series of small dots on the body – Fine. Small chip at the big end. 2) Large cows horn approx. 20″ with a nearly flat plug secured with wooden pegs and a turned finial. Nicely carved, faceted spout with deep ring and a clever mechanical spout plug – Cracked through the body, otherwise fine. 4-45901 (100-200)

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316

JAPANESE WWII FLAG. Meatball-style flag with many signatures of poems. Some staining but overall a nice prayer flag. 4-45742 PQ7 (125-150)

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317

JAPANESE OR CHINESE FLAG. Made of silk approx. 30″ x 24″ with 4″ gold colored silk fringe primarily red background with yellow center decoration and white oriental characters, top and bottom with gold colored leather corner reinforcements and decorated grommets with heavy silk tassels, possibly police. CONDITION: Excellent, bright and clean. 4-45139 JL378 (100-150)

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317A.

FLAG OF THE 13TH FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION. Measures 50″ x 29″, primary yellow background with two red bands and a prancing lion in red with gold fringe and white canvas staff-end with brass grommets. Framed in a nice gold frame with brass plaque marked “W.W.I – W.W.II. GUIDON OF THE 13TH FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION KOREA-VIETNAM” CONDITION: Appears fine with a couple of small stains, yellowed canvas end. 4-45117 JL449 (300-500)

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318

OLD PAINT DECORATED CANTEEN. Civil War or Indian War pattern round canteen with three metal hangers and 1″ spout, canvas covered. Painted on one side with flowers, vines and leaves and a 2-3/4″ x 2-1/4″ farm scene in the center and the number “142” at the top near the spout. The reverse side is undecorated. CONDITION: Painted side is dark but still vivid and bright colors with good sharp image in the center. Reverse side is intact with smears of paint. 20-8194 JL382 (450-750)

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319

OLD BUFFALO HUNTERS KNIFE POUCH. Hand stitched pouch, 8″ w x 7″ t with side knife sheath containing a very old butcher style knife with oak handles secured with two copper and brass harness rivets. The inside has a double compartment with a brass button closure on the front and has a replacement leather shoulder strap. CONDITION: Dry and stiff, heavily soiled with crackled flap and deeply crackled strap. Knife is very worn. 4-45449 Z381 (250-450)

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320

NEW ENGLAND COLLECTOR SOCIETY COPY OF REMINGTON BRONZE RATTLESNAKE. #8,736 of an edition of 9,500. 1/3 size cold cast bronze of the famous Frederic Remington bronze “Rattlesnake” depicting a cowboy in wooly chaps on his horse which is rearing from a snake on the ground. 8-1/4″ t x 5-1/2″ w. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. CONDITION: Fine. Retains about all of its orig. finish. 4-45734 Z388 (300-500)

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321

CIVIL WAR ERA HEAVY LEATHER WAGON TOOL BAG. Made of thick cowhide 23″ l x approx. 9″ w x 6-7″ h out of undecorated leather with a sewn on top flap and sewn and riveted ends with wrap around straps with iron roller buckles and a top carrying handle with shoulder strap and iron snap links. CONDITION: Dark and dirty with some dry rot in the straps. One of the straps has an old repair. Collapsed on itself from long storage. 4-45256 JL377 (250-350)

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322

OLD LEATHER SADDLE SCABBARD. Approx. 30-1/2″ l x 6-3/4″ at the top with iron hanger ring and leather hanger strap. CONDITION: Worn with severely crackled and flexed finish, open seam with mildew around the strap and elsewhere on the body. 4-45255 Z379 (75-150)

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323

LOT OF JAPANESE WWII MILITARY EQUIPMENT. Leather bayonet frog with piece of cloth sewn over the belt loop with Japanese characters. A small canvas pouch with leather strap and roller buckle also stitched and stenciled with Japanese characters – Both are fine. 4-45141 (25-50)

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324

OLD HUNTING BAG. Small, fine leather hunting bag. Approx. 9″ x 9″ with a tapered flap cover having a leather insert with hair on containing three deer dew claws with attached decorated shoulder strap that has a bird hanger with seven straps attached. CONDITION: Very worn, lining deteriorated, repaired holes in the back and flap, shoulder strap is pulled through. 4-45448 Z380 (200-400)

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325

LEATHER COVERED MAGNIFYING GLASS CASE. Made of fine brown leather with hinged lid and bottom, glass lined with purple velvet interior and a paper label in the lid bearing patent date “Jan 22 1850/SOUTHBURY, CT.” with the handwritten name “ANN F STILES”. CONDITION: Good. The magnifier is missing, leather covering is dry with some crackling and a small damage in the base. Interior is fine. 4-45214 (25-75)

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326

OLD BUFFALO HIDE AND TONGUE SCALE. Of brass and iron construction with a 3-3/4″ oval iron frame having a ring off the top and side and a hide hook off the bottom and tongue hook off the side. The scale graduations are marked on a half-moon shaped brass insert screwed inside the frame. CONDITION: Rusty and heavily pitted. The iron surfaces with the brass a dark brown patina, all legends are visible. 4-45179 JL278 (50-150)

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327

EARLY CANVAS AND LEATHER MAIL POUCH. Standard mail pouch, 19-3/4″ t x 14″ w with leather top and bottom, leather carrying handle and leather closure strap. The five staples for closing the flap are missing. The body of the bag is stenciled “R-C/NO-77”. CONDITION: About good with the aforementioned missing staples. The canvas and leather are sound, dark and soiled, missing some finish on the leather. 4-45180 JL383 (100-150)

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328

PAIR OF INDIAN WARS PERIOD SARGENT’S CHEVRONS. Large dress chevrons, approx. 10″ wide. of dark blue fabric with silver stitching. CONDITION: Excellent. Strong, bright color. 4-45228 (50-100)

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329

LOT OF FOUR CARVED WOODEN DUCK DECOYS. Signed by Elton Henning, all in natural wood finish. 1) Plain wood duck with glass eyes – Fine. 2) Plain sleeping mallard hen with glass eyes – Large grain check, otherwise fine. 3) Long neck diving duck with glass eyes – Fine. 4) Feather carved Ruddy duck with flared tail feathers – Large grain check in the bottom, otherwise fine. 4-45756; 45757; 45758; 45759 JL440 (400-600)

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330

GIANT SIZE MALLARD HEN DECOY. Carved by Elton Henning, probably an upstate Michigan carver. Giant size 20-1/2″ overall length, coarse feather carved with fine shaped head and tail with excellent painting. CONDITION: Fine. Shows surface wear with a couple small spots of silver paint. 4-45755 JL439 (250-400)

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334

BOOK 1864 NATIONAL GUARD MANUAL. Published in New York by Pinckney, Colonel of the 95th New York National Guard. Small hardback book 7-1/4″ x 4-9/16″ green canvas, 282 pages. CONDITION: Fair to good. The spine is loose with water stains and worn canvas cover. The page edges are yellowed with some internal staining and two torn pages. 4-45230 Z394 (150-250)

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335

BOOK SOLDIERS LETTERS FROM CAMP, BATTLEFIELD AND PRISON. Hardback, published in 1865, contains 472 pages of letters from a variety of soldiers from most of the major battlefields, forts and camps throughout the Civil War. The front cover is decorative with impressed patterns and the back is impressed with different patterns and “SOLDIERS LETTERS”. CONDITION: The binding is fair with detached front cover held in place with black electrical tape which also binds the edges and is probably from another book. Back cover shows heavy edge wear, spine is loose, the page edges are yellow but otherwise are crisp and clean. 4-45224 Z395 (100-200)

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336

LOT OF VOLUMES I & II PICTORIAL FIELD-BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION BY LOSSING. Published in 1851 & 1852 in New York with matching leather bindings. Volume I has 576 pages and Volume II has 880 pages. CONDITION: Fair. The covers are loose, the spines are missing and Volume I has loose pages. The pages are slightly yellowed with some light water staining. 4-45254 JL396 (30-60)

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337

LOT OF 5 SOCKET BAYONETS & A PIKE HEAD. Two Trapdoor bayonets with metal sheaths and US brass buttons with brass hangers – Good blades, rusted sockets and sheaths, dry rotted leather; Trapdoor bayonet with bright blade, brass tipped leather sheath – Blade is good, socket is rusty, sheath is dry with torn hanger; Civil War bayonet, 15-1/2″ blade, 7/8″ socket, dark brown – Good; Civil War bayonet, US marked with “EH” mark, 16-1/2″ blade with 11/16″ socket – Fine, light rust; Blacksmith made pike from a triangle shaped socket bayonet blade with a hand forged socket, 7-1/4″ long, tapered out to a 1-1/8″ socket, 4-7/8″ long cross bar – About very good. 4-45879 (150-300)

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338

LOT OF 4 SOCKET BAYONETS, BLADE BAYONET & WALKING STICK HANDLE. Early socket bayonet with 13″ triangle shaped blade, 7/8″ dia. socket. – About good; British socket bayonet with proof mark, 17″ triangle shaped blade, 15/16″ dia. socket. – Poor to fair, heavy rust; Trapdoor bayonet, US marked with number “17” on the ricasso – Fair; Enfield type bayonet with leather sheath – Good sheath, good blade; European sword bayonet, blade & scabbard, 22-1/2″ dbl. edged blade – Leather sheath missing tip, broken tang, missing handle, poor; Part of a walking cane with cracked ivory handle. Small brass plaque inscribed “DR. WILLIAM P. CLOTHIER NO. 1128 MAIN STREET BUFFALO, NY”, 3-3/8″ ivory handle with large crack, threaded pommel cavity – Missing the cap, poor to fair. 4-45900 (150-300)

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339

LOT OF FOUR BAYONETS AND A MACHETE. Two WWII Japanese bayonets, one with metal scabbard and the other with wood scabbard – Both about very good; German K-98 bayonet with metal sheath dated 1938 – Good to very good; Excavated socket bayonet – poor. Small black handled machete – Excellent. Broken lodge sword scabbard with hangers – Good. 4-44722 (100-200)

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340

LARGE IRON SPEAR POINT. 24-1/2″ overall x 2-1/4″ at the widest point with a 9-1/2″ tapered tang having hand forged square shank with a rat tail and cut teeth – Heavy crusted rust. Appears to be missing about 1/2″ of the point with nicks and dings to the edges. A fine old hand forged spear point. 4-45140 (150-250)

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341

LOT OF FOUR KNIVES. 1) Ken Richardson handmade clip point hunting knife with 6″ blade, dbl. brass hand guard, crown stag handle with scrimshaw and its orig. laced leather sheath. – Excellent. 2) Ruana hunting knife with 6″ blade, short clip point, stag handles and orig. leather sheath with sharpening stone. – Very good. 3) Mexican Bowie-type tourist knife with bottle opener and eagle pommel with horn grips, 8-1/2″ blade. – Very good. 4) Mexican short tourist machete with 15-1/4″ blade, eagle pommel with black panels. – Very good. 4-45269; 45270; 45271; 45272. JL187 (100-200)

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342

LOT OF MISC. KNIVES, SCOPES, ETC. L.F.&C WWI triangle blade fighting knife dated “1917” with stamped knuckle guard, wood handle with green leather, iron tipped sheath – Very good; Springfield Armory Bolo machete dated “1913”, brass and leather sheath. SN 33221. – Very good; Lyman 5A target scope, good optics – 97% blue; Mossberg Model 4D small rifle scope with rings, painted on cross hairs – Very good blue; Tear gas billy, metal handle with stacked leather body and wrist strap SN 3882 – Very good; Pr of homemade target grips for a revolver – Good; WWII 45 Mag. pouch, green canvas – New; WWI first aid pouch, brass bandage cover dated “1916” pouch is dated “1918” – Good to very good. 4-45880 (300-500)

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343

BRASS HANDLE BAYONET. 20” Yataghan blade, leather scabbard with brass tip and throat. The blade has a crown over “K” on the left ricasso. The scale pattern has 14 rows of semi-pointed scales and one half row. This is for a rifle with bayonet lug on the side and at first glance appears to be for the Model 1876 Winchester. CONDITION: Light to moderate pitting has been partially cleaned from the blade obscuring the marking, the locking spring has been replaced. Much of the finish has flaked from the leather part of the scabbard but is still solid. 4-44785 X17 (250-500)

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BRASS HANDLE BAYONET. 20-1/4” Yataghan blade, leather scabbard with brass tip and throat. The blade has a crown over “E” on the left ricasso and “B” on the right. The scale pattern has 14 rows of rounded top checkered scales and one half row. This is for a rifle with bayonet lug on the side and at first glance appears to be for the Model 1876 Winchester. CONDITION: Light to moderate pitting has been partially cleaned from the blade but the markings are sharp. Scabbard is broken in two and appears to have been forced onto this blade. It has several repairs. 4-44786 X18 (200-400)

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344

SET OF 28 MINIATURE METAL SCALE MODEL BRITISH WAR SHIPS. Wooden 2-pc hinged case made by H.A. Framburg & Co of Chicago. Missing one small model, otherwise is complete with blue painted interior with rope carrying handles on the top. SN 3235 CONDITION: Fine. Retains most of its orig. finish. 1-27832 (300-600)

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345

LOT OF TWO BRASS BUGLES. 1) Appears to be Chinese as it has oriental characters on top of the bell. 12″ incl. the mouthpiece – Slightly dented and banged but complete. 2) British short bugle with unit crest on top of the bell, copper body with brass fittings. 11-3/4″ incl. mouthpiece – A few small dents, very good. 4-45110 (150-250)

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346

LOT OF HARD AND SOFT CASES. This lot consists of eight Gun Guard 1 and 2 rifle black hard cases, and 11 soft zippered cases and sleeves. Several of the soft cases are fine canvas from such makers as Boyt and Cabelas. CONDITION: Generally excellent. 4-44493A (200-300)

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347

LARGE LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS SEMI-MODERN AND COLLECTIBLE AMMUNITION. Approx. 40 boxes of a large variety of ammunition incl: .33 WCF, .348, .45-70, .32-40, .30-30, .25-35, .22 high power, .30-40, 7.7 Jap., .32 long Colt, .351 SL, .38-55, .22 Hornet, .25 Stevens short and long, .220 Swift, collectible 22’s, 2-pc .38-40, .30-06, 12ga, 16ga., .303 Savage, .30 Military, .32 RF short & long, 40-82 brass, 40-65, 12ga. 2 5/8″, .38 S&W, .30 Luger, .38 short Colt, 3.2-20, .22 WRF, .25-20 single shot, .45 ACP and a lacquered tin of Ely caps. 4-44728 JL107 (500-1,000)

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348

LOT OF .308 AND 30-06 AMMO. 38 rounds of 30-06 ammo and 118 rounds Remington and Western .308 and 5 misc. rounds: All fine. 4-45386 (50-150)

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349

SINGLE ACTION BELT AND HOLSTER RIG. Lined inexpensive plain buscadero rig for single action Colt, laced single loop, lined belt, about size 36 with ten pistol cartridge loops and four rifle cartridge loops. CONDITION: Fine and supple. 4-45266 (50-100)

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350

LOT OF ELEVEN MILITARY HOLSTERS. 1) Black Luger holster dated 1936 – Good, dry & flexed, missing one belt loop; 2) Black Luger artillery – severely modified, missing flap, belt slots cut in back, snap & strap installed, useable parts; 3) Black P-38 holster dated 1944 – complete, about good with a name cut on the flap; 4) Severely modified P-38 holster; 5) Repro 1911 black holster with snap flap; 6) Brown 1911 holster with leather hanger – missing flap; 7) Early 1911 brown swivel holster – crackled finish, about good; 8) Brown High Power holster WWII – Very good; 9) Japanese Type 94 holster with hard clamshell, complete with D-rings – Good to Very Good; 10) Enger-Kress 1944 shoulder holster – all straps missing – fair; 11) Sears Saddlery 1943 US shoulder holster – Good to Very Good. 4-45879 (150-250)

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351

LOT OF 19 COMMERCIAL HOLSTERS. 1) Lawrence SAA, single loop, fine basketweave tooling on holster and border tooling on skirt – Very Good; 2) Christy floral tooled, 6-1/2″, buckstitching with narrow loop and thumb strap – very good; 3) Early Heiser for 4″ DA, usual tooling with plain loop, buckstitching, thumb strap missing, Good; 4) Unmarked flap holster for 1911, border tooling – Good; 5) Plain Heiser for 6″ DA – Good; 6) Hand made, tooled, left hand for 4″ DA – Fine; 7) Slim-Jim style with thumb strap, tooled – Good; 8) Old Spring Shoulder Holster for 6″ DA – Good; and 11 other misc. older holsters for various revolvers, mostly break-top size and larger DA’s. 4-45879 (150-250)

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500

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1816 CONVERSION MUSKET. CAL. 69. Standard 1816 Model musket with the makers’ name and the date 1837 vertically behind the hammer with a small eagle over “US” in front of the hammer on the lock plate, 42″ bbl with top bayonet lug and front sight on the rear strap of the split front band. Iron mounted with three bands and a tulip head ramrod. The left flat has the inspector’s initials “JAS”. The conversion was accomplished by mounting the nipple at the breech end of the bbl and filling the flash pan cut-out with brass. CONDITION: Fine. The iron retains a dark smoky patina with light pitting around the nipple area. The wood is sound and clean with good lines, a hairline by the rear lock plate screw and retains a fine hand-rubbed patina. The nipple is broken away. 4-44772 JL274 (800-1,500)

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501

HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. CAL. 54. Appears to be an Indian used rifle as there is evidence of two rows of tack holes around the patch box. The rifle has a 33″ bbl with fixed sights and brass furniture. The lock plate has the makers’ name and the date 1850 vertically behind the hammer. The bore appears to have been reamed out smooth and the sling swivels are missing. CONDITION: About good. The bbl has been cold blued with some artificial aging and scattered light surface rust. The brass is polished to a bright yellow. The wood is sound with the aforementioned tack holes and several gouges and large dings on the buttstock. The forestock, between the trigger guard and first band, has severe saddle wear having worn completely through into the ramrod channel. There is a replaced chip at the toe and a few small splinters missing from the upper ramrod channel with a chip missing behind the nipple. Good mechanics. 4-45170 JL269 (1,500-2,000)

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502

REMINGTON MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. CAL. 54. Brass mounted rifle with 33″ bbl. Fixed sights, brass patch box, Remington marked lock dated 1849 with tulip head brass tip ramrod. CONDITION: Good. The metal retains a medium mottled brown patina with vice and wrench marks at the breech end of the bbl. The brass is polished to a bright yellow and the wood refinished. There is an extra hole in the wood back of the top tang with burn-out behind the nipple. 4-45688 Z192 (1,250-1,750)

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503

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 MUSKET. No SN. CAL 58. 40″ bbl. CONDITION: Heavily rusted and deeply pitted except for replacement ramrod. The stock is sound, but has some scorching damage, mostly on the left side. The bolster is battered from lack of nipple. The lock works. 9-75993 (800-1,000)

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504

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 RIFLE WITH BAYONET. SN 294956. CAL. 45-70. 32-5/8″ bbl. “SWP 1883” cartouche on the left side of the stock. 1889 sight installed on bbl but 1873 bbl bands remain. CONDITION: 90% blue on lock plate, other parts are a mixture of orig. blue and cold blue, with some light surface rust. The wood has normal dents and scratches with one large gouge on the left side of the stock. The bore, action and bayonet are fine. 4-43776 FS173 (400-800)

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505

U.S. MODEL 1803 U.S. FLINTLOCK RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION. Dated 1814, when production resumed from the earliest production for the War of 1812. Later type 36″ bbl, .CAL. 54, half stock percussion military rifle manufactured at the Harpers Ferry Arsenal. Walnut half stock with brass furniture and 2-pc brass patch box. Lock plate is stamped “Harpers/ Ferry/1814″ with early rear Type I teat on tail of the lock. The left bbl flat has several stampings which are worth some additional research and may identify an owner as follows: “CONd”, “G. HAY” along with an anadditional mark appearing to be 1st B 4th D. Civilian type drum and nipple conversion to percussion. CONDITION: Very good. All metal surfaces are dark and uncleaned with medium to heavy pitting near breech of bbl. Markings are generally clear. Brass furniture is uncleaned and retains a pleasing medium patina. Stock is fine and with cartouche. 4-45418 CW (1,800-2,200)

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506

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1803 RIFLE. CAL. .54. 2nd production with desirable “Type 1” short bbl configuration. 33-1/8” part oct. bbl. Although the lock is dated 1815 and the eagle has the late “US” in shield over the eagle. Provenance de-accessioned from the Princeton University Museum via Dr. Donald Baird, former curator, donated by Col. Wm. Libbey, Class of 1877 Marksman and 15th President of National Rifle Assoc. CONDITION: The metal has been cleaned and polished sometime in the past, the brass is now toning, with the iron having scattered surface rust and pitting. The ramrod is possibly a replacement and a crack in the stock-flat. The bore is dark but has strong rifling, action is fine. 4-44787 X5 (6,000-9,000)

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507

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 PERCUSSION MUSKET. CAL. 69. Usual configuration with 42″ bbl. Iron mounted with 3 bbl bands and tulip head iron ramrod. The lock plate is dated 1845 with unit markings on the top tang and buttplate. CONDITION: Good. Mottled dark brown patina over all the metal surfaces. Sound wood with most of a recent refinish. Good mechanics. 4-45686 Z196 (800-1,200)

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508

1816 MUSKET WITH REMINGTON CONVERSION. CAL. 69. This musket has a 41-1/2″ bbl including the breech plug, early split front bbl band with sight on the front strap and the bayonet lug is on the top of the bbl. It has the 800yd. long range sight and the lock plate marking of Remington dated “1858” with the Maynard tape primer and the breech plug is dated “1857”. The metal is cleaned to white. Usual walnut stock with oval cartouche on the left side flat opposite the lock and another oval cartouche with unit numbers on the comb above the buttplate tang. CONDITION: Cleaned as noted, with heavy pitting around the nipple area and up the bbl. The lock plate and hammer retain most of a plum-brown patina. The wood is sound with usual handling and use, nicks and dings and a fine hand-rubbed patina. The trigger guard swivel is cracked. The nipple and clean out screws are replacements. 4-45689 Z191 (1,250-1,750)

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509

ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1856. CAL. 58. Unmarked Enfield style percussion musket with a 39″ bbl, square base front sight/bayonet lug with 800 meter military sight. The lock plate has only the markings of a crown over “VR” and the date “1856”. The right side of the buttstock carries a cartouche of a circle with a broad arrow and the date “1856”. Three bbl bands with sling swivels and slotted head ramrod. The upper bbl band and sling loop, as well as the sling loop on the trigger and the ramrod, appear to be recent replacements. CONDITION: Fine. The bbl retains a smooth gray-brown patina with heavy pitting over the breech end. The wood is sound and retains most of a light refinish, worn and damaged nipple. 4-45296 JL273 (1,000-1,500)

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510

MODEL 1817 U.S. FLINTLOCK “COMMON” RIFLE CONTRACT BY JOHNSON. This specimen dated 1823 is the standard “Common Rifle” contract flintlock rifle dated 1823 (last year of production for R. Johnson, total of 5,000 made). CAL. 54 with full-stock rifle with round bbl and three bbl bands. Oval iron patch box, trigger guard, buttplate and furniture. Lock is dated 1823 and marked “R. Johnson” (in arch) with eagle stamp and “Middltn/Conn” below. CONDITION: Excellent. All metal parts are a light gray patina, all markings sharp, bore excellent. The top of the bbl and tang stamped “1812″. Stock is excellent with minor losses to the toe of the stock and few scrapes, bumps and grinds here and there. A very nice condition example of this U.S. rifle in orig. flintlock condition. 4-45427 (3,500-3,800)

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511

FINE JOHNSON MODEL 1817 RIFLE. CAL. 54. 35-7/8” bbl. Has “V.T” marked on top of bbl in front of “US” / P / “JN”. The lock has standard markings and both lock and bbl are dated 1824. NSN PROVENANCE: Originally purchased from Clayton Kelley of Pittsford, VT 1969. CONDITION: The bbl and patch box cover retain about 75% of their orig. brown, orig. bright bbl bands. The lock plate is gray with traces of case hardening pattern. The trigger guard and buttplate retains some orig. brown mixed with light surface rust and pitting. The brass tip ramrod is also bright. The stock, which has a slightly fancy tiger stripe at the wrist, has a clear “JW” cartouche on the left side. There is a vise mark at the rear of the bbl, but the lock appears to be orig. flint. The bore is dark, action is fine. 4-44788 (8,000-10,000)

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512

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1795 FLINTLOCK MUSKET. CAL: 69. 42-1/2” bbl. The lock plate is marked with “SPRINGFIELD” in a downward curing arch behind the hammer and with an eagle over “US” in front. The bbl has been slightly shortened and the breech has been bushed or re-converted. The lock appears to have orig. parts. The stock has a slight “flame grain” appearance towards the front. The rear bbl band has brazed repair. NSN CONDITION: Smooth brown patina overall. The wood has initials scratched on right side and there are several cracks near the butt. Bore is poor, action is good. 4-45101 FS11 (1,500-2,500)

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513

COMPOSITE HARPERS FERRY MUSKET. CAL. 69. 42” bbl, reconverted lock, dated 1837, reconverted “cone in bbl”, bbl dated 1824. Inspector marks on left side of stock visible but not readable. NSN CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. The stock has many chips, repairs and scratches under the refinish varnish. The lock is good, bore is poor. 4-44773 X4 (800-1,200)

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514

INDIAN USED AND MODIFIED BRITISH FLINTLOCK MUSKET. CAL. about 80. Early British flintlock musket with 46-3/8″ bbl. Brass furniture with a large banana shape lock marked “TOWER” vertically behind the hammer and “GR” in front of the hammer. The trigger guard is plain brass and the sideplate is 6-1/2″ long with three large screws and there is a large acorn shaped thumb plate on the wrist. The buttstock has been modified to flat sides and square edged and inlaid with hundreds of small iron nails in geometric patterns. The wrist is wrapped with crusty, dried leather and the fore stock has nine leather wraps interspersed with patterns of small iron nails. There remains three brass tacks in the rear leather wrappings and evidence that several others were lost during a period of use. This is a wonderful example of Indian adaptation. CONDITION: The exposed bbl and iron all have a very dark patina with fine rust pitting. The wood is very dark, smoked and oil stained. The lock is functional. 4-45105 JL267 (1,500-3,000)

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515

INDIA PATTERN BROWN BESS FLINTLOCK MUSKET. CAL. about 75. Usual configuration with 39-3/16″ bbl, bayonet lug front sight, brass mounted with two ramrod guides and nose pipe containing a button head ramrod. The trigger guard has an acorn finial with brass sideplate and 2-step long buttplate tang. The top tang is wedge shaped with a raised oval surrounding and teardrop side panels on each side. The right side of the buttstock near the buttplate has the broad arrow proof with the date 1808. The left flat has proof marks as does the breech end of the bbl. The lock is marked “TOWER” with a crown over “GR”. CONDITION: Very good. There is a period of use, splice in the stock at the back of the top tang, a small crack in front of the lock plate, another behind the lock plate with a small chip missing. Otherwise the wood is sound with a fine hand-rubbed patina, lighter in the middle. The metal retains a dark brown patina with scattered light surface rust with light pitting around the flash hole. The brass has a light mustard patina. 4-45281 JL261 (2,000-3,500)

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516

THIRD MODEL BROWN BESS MUSKET WITH BAYONET. NSN CAL. 71. 39″ bbl with Thomas Ketland proof marks. The thumb plate is missing. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall, with moderate to heavy pitting around the touch hole, which has been re-bushed and is now drilled out. Most of the wood at the rear of the lock is missing. The stock has been broken through the wrist, repaired and sanded. There are numerous chips on the forearm. The ramrod is a replacement. The sling swivels are missing. 4-43763 X6 (750-1,000)

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517

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1816 MUSKET WITH BAYONET. NSN CAL 69. 42″ bbl marked “SPRING/FIELD/1825” at the tail of the lock. No inspector marks are visible on the wood. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting on lock parts. Good re-conversion, using reproduction parts. The wood edges are sharp with minor splits at both ends of the lock plate. 4-43772 X7 (750-1,500)

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518

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1795 FLINTLOCK WITH BAYONET AND MARYLAND SURCHARGE. CAL. 69. 44-1/2” bbl, 1800 date on buttplate tang. “MARYLAND” branded into the forearm in large letters. NSN CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. Excellent re-conversion using old parts. The mainspring has a wedge stiffener. The stock has numerous repaired cracks and chips. The t-slot bayonet has unreadable inspector marks. The bore is poor. The lock is good. 4-43769 FS2 (1,500-3,000)

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519

STARR MODEL 1817 COMMON RIFLE. NSN CAL 58. 36″ bbl dated 1824 on tail of lock and bbl tang. Inspector cartouche on left side of stock visible but not readable. CONDITION: Much orig. brown on the bbl under a light coating of surface rust and pitting. Reconversion with artificial pitting where the nipple was removed from the bbl. The stock has sharp edges and a natural crack on the left side at the buttplate. The bore is dark, but the rifling appears to be sharp. 4-43773 X8 (1,000-1,500)

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520

CHARLESVILLE MODEL 1777 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL. 69. 7-3/8” round bbl, missing the belt hook. The ramrod is a replacement. The lock has been reconverted and all iron parts have been re-browned. No Visible SN CONDITION: Retains most of the refinish. 4-45310 X27 (500-800)

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521

MIQUELET BLUNDERBUSS PISTOL. 10” flared muzzle Damascus bbl. The stock is not of North African origin like the other pieces. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with light surface rust and pitting. The stock has been broken through the grip and repaired. A hole in the tang has been filled with a lead plug. The bore is unfinished. The lock is functional. 4-44760 X14 (400-600)

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522

COMPOSITE FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL. 65. 8” part oct. bbl. The continental lock plate does not fit the in-letting in the side. The British Sea Service hammer has a too long throw for this lock plate. The touch hole does not line up with the pan. The bbl and stock have been shortened and the ramrod replaced. NSN CONDITION: Cleaned and varnished at the time of assembly and has been re-varnished more recently. 4-45066 X26 (200-400)

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523

ASSEMBLED FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL: 62. 10-1/8” part oct. bbl with unreadable gold cartouche at rear. The bbl is probably Spanish. The lock is Continental but made for the North African trade. The stock and furniture are North African. NSN CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with spots of light to moderate pitting. The touch hole has been bushed and re-drilled. The trigger guard has been broken and soldered. The stock shows chips and repairs. 4-45065 X23 (300-500)

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524

JOHNSON MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, dated 1844 on the lock. Sharp “JH” and “W.A.T” inspector marks on the left side of the stock. NSN CONDITION: Fine overall with smooth bright finish on the metal. Scattered light surface rust and pitting. The lock plate and tang also are bright, indicating that they have been cleaned. The wood is fine with sharp edges and minor handling marks. The bore is very good but has light pitting. The lock is crisp. 4-45309 FS68 (1,500-2,500)

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525

NORTH MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL. 54. Original flintlock with 9-1/16″ bbl, “US” and “P” proofs on bbl with early style lock markings, iron furniture with brass front sight on the bbl band. Left side of grip is professionally engraved with an intertwined “PS”. CONDITION: Good. No orig. finish remains with all metal having light to moderate pitting. Stock is sound with only a small crack in front of lock plate and retains a fine old hand-rubbed patina. Replacement ramrod, sound mechanics. 4-45774 JL157 (1,500-2,500)

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526

BELGIAN FLINTLOCK ARMY PISTOL. CAL. about 70. Original flintlock with 9″ round bbl, 1-pc wood stock with brass furniture and a lanyard loop in butt. Bbl has “ELG” proofs on left side and small initial proofs behind the pan on lock plate. CONDITION: Very good. Metal retains a dark brown patina with the brass being medium mustard color. Stock has a couple of small cracks at foreend tip, otherwise is sound and retains generous amounts of orig. varnish. 4-45702 JL141 (700-1,200)

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527

FLINTLOCK “PIRATE” PISTOL. CAL: 69. 9” round bbl marked only with a crown over “DN” on the lock plate. These pistols were made for African trade and have been imported in large quantities. NSN CONDITION: Gray patina mixed with surface rust and light pitting overall. One large chip missing above the lock plate and a larger one is forming. The lock works fine, bore is lightly pitted. 4-44742 FS55 (200-400)

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527A.

UNMARKED BELGIAN FLINTLOCK ARMY PISTOL. CAL. about 70. Round 9″ bbl, 1-pc wood stock, unmarked lock, brass furniture, oval ball with integral iron lanyard ring. CONDITION: About good. The bbl, a dark brown lacquered finish with light pitting, hairline on the left side of the stock, old refinish with good mechanics. 4-45881 JL484 (300-600)

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528

SMALL FRENCH DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL. about 52. Small deluxe little pistol with 4-9/16″ damascus bbls with damascened engraving over chamber areas and down rib. Front action locks are plain. 1-pc wood stock has nicely engraved brass furniture with fine skip line checkering and a swelled oval butt with brass butt cap. Accompanied by a 3×5 card stating that this pistol was bought in about 1972 from “Dr. Swansey’s Collection” and alleges that it was brought home from W.W.II by a GI and further, that it orig.ly had paperwork indicating that it was captured at Waterloo. CONDITION: Bbls retain 50-60% orig. pattern with traces of orig. blue in rib. Stock has a small crack at the tip and is missing a chip back of the right lock, otherwise is sound and retains most of its orig. varnish. Excellent mechanics. 4-45390 JL159 (750-1,250)

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529

JOHNSON MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, dated 1844 on the lock. Sharp “JH” and “W.A.T” inspector marks on the left side of the stock. NSN CONDITION: Fine overall with smooth bright finish on the metal. Scattered light surface rust and pitting. The lock plate and tang also are bright indicating that they have been cleaned. The wood is fine with sharp edges and minor handling marks. The bore is very good, but has light pitting. The lock is crisp. 4-45308 FS67 (1,500-2,500)

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529A.

EASTERN EUROPEAN ALL METAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL. 64. Fine quality pistol with 10-7/8″ oct. to round bbl having three brass touch marks at the breech end with some worn engraving in the same area. The stock and muzzle are of deep relief cast German silver in a variety of geometric and arabesque patterns incl. flowers and faces with punch dot background. Several of the raised patterns are filled with black enamel. The lock plate is small and dainty with fine brass pan and is lightly engraved with a short teat at the back end. CONDITION: Very good. The bbl appears to have substantially more wear than the stock but there is little doubt that the stock has been on the bbl for many years. The engravings are sharp and clear showing little or no wear. 4-45814 JL479 (400-700)

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529B.

PAIR OF FRENCH OR BELGIAN FLINTLOCK PISTOLS. CAL. 58. Damascus, Queen Anne style 8-1/4″ oct. to round bbls with turned cannon muzzles. The lock plates and gooseneck hammers are nicely engraved and the lock plates have a long teat at the back. The stocks are replacements, 1-pc with carved decorations and poorly cast brass and German silver furniture. The left flat of the bbls have a crown over crossed keys proof. CONDITION: The bbls retain 75-80% of their damascus pattern. Locks are functional and there is a chip of wood missing from beside the top tang on one pistol (included). 4-45820 JL478 (500-1,000)

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529C.

E. NORTH FLINTLOCK PISTOL. CAL. about 64. Fine English pistol with 8″ swamped bbl marked “LONDON” on the top with English proofs on the left. The lock is early style, long and narrow, with a pointed back end and gooseneck hammer marked “E. NORTH”. Fitted with brass furniture, incl. trigger guard, thumb plate, oval butt cap with long langettes and a face cast in the butt. The sideplate is 4-1/2″ long in the exact style of a 2nd Model Brown Bess. The trigger is short, of thin metal with a back curl. CONDITION: Fine. There is a 3″ tapering out to 5″ splice in the forestock, very professionally done. There is a small crack below the lock plate, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. The iron is polished bright and the brass has a nice mellow patina. 4-45783 JL486 (500-800)

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529D.

KETLAND FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOL. CAL. 62. Fine early pistol with 9″ oct. to round bbl with light engraving, 1-pc stock. The lock marked with the makers’ name is long and narrow with short teat off the back end. The brass furniture with one guide and nose pipe, filigree brass sideplate, fine wide trigger guard with engraved acorn finial, oval thumb plate and round butt cap. The top tang is surrounded with raised carving. The left flat of the bbl has two proofs of crown “V” and crown “P” and the left flat of the stock is stamped “TC”. CONDITION: About good. The bbl is a crusty silvery-brown. The brass has a dark patina. The foreend tip is cracked, good mechanics. 4-45815 JL482 (500-800)

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530

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 PISTOL/CARBINE. CAL: 54. 12” round bbl. The numbers on the butt cap and stock yoke are both battered but appear to be “13” on the gun and “10” on the yoke. CONDITION: Iron surfaces have moderate pitting. The markings on the lock plate and primer cover are partially obscured. The rear sight is probably a replacement. Two of the notches are broken off. The stock has three cracks across the grip; one in front of the lock and one on the forearm. It has been sanded and refinished to cover earlier repairs. The wood on the buttstock has normal dents and scratches but is in much better condition than the gun. The bore is poor, lock is good. 4-45099 FS61 (3,000-4,000)

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531

JOHNSON MODEL 1836 CONVERSION PISTOL WITH INSCRIPTION. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, inscribed “C.A. Wilhelm” on the back strap. The gunsmith conversion is stamped “W” on the end of the drum. The replaced loading assembly appears to be the same period as the conversion. NSN CONDITION: Gray metal with light pitting overall, heavier at the breech. The stock shows several repairs and has a large chunk of wood missing above the lock. The lock is fine. Bore is dark. 4-45036 X21 (800-1,200)

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532

COMPOSITE WATERS FLAT LOCK PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl. The lock plate is dated 1849. The trigger guard and sideplate are brass. The bbl band and grip strap have been browned. The 3-line Waters & Co. marking on the lock plate has been partially ground and the beginning letters are unreadable. There is a “JH” proof mark on the bbl but no US acceptance stamp and no inspector marks on the left side of the stock. The letter “V” has been stamped on the drum and in front of the trigger guard. NSN CONDITION: Retains most of the current brown finish with some light pitting, heavier on the lock plate. The stock has cracks at the front end and at both lock plate screws. The bore is heavily pitted, lock is good. 4-45032 X30 (800-1,200)

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533

HEAVY DERINGER STYLE PISTOL. CAL: 60. 8-5/8” ribbed bbl, engraved “W.WURFFLEIN / PHILa” on the lock plate. The spur trigger guard has been altered to bring the spur closer to the grip. NSN CONDITION: 30% brown mixed with light pitting and surface rust on the bbl. The stock is cracked through the lock screw and has many dents and scratches but retains much of the orig. varnish. The ramrod is a replacement. The lock is refinished, bore is lightly pitted. 4-45064 X24 (1,000-1,500)

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534

WATERS CONVERSION MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL. 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, drum type conversion. Lock dated “1838”, “MPL” cartouche is readable on left side of stock, the other is not. NSN CONDITION: Moderate to heavy pitting on all iron surfaces. The stock has one crack through the rear lock screw, otherwise with normal dents and scratches. The bore is poor, lock is good. 4-45061 FS63 (500-800)

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535

JOHNSON CONVERSION MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl. The bbl has a bolster conversion with brass vent plug. The hammer is a civilian type. The stock has “JH” and “HKC” cartouches. The lock is dated “1837”. NSN CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light surface rust and pitting. The nose of the hammer is blown out. The stock has good inspector marks with some heavy dents at the front end and a small crack at the tail of the lock. The ramrod swivel is a possible replacement. The bore is dark, lock needs work. 4-45059 FS62 (600-900)

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536

JOHNSON CONVERSION MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, lock dated “1837”. Drum type conversion. NSN CONDITION: Metal surfaces have been polished leaving some light pitting. The stock has been lightly cleaned and no inspector cartouches remain. “TW” inspector mark at rear of bbl. The bore is lightly pitted, the lock is fine. 4-45050 FS64 (600-800)

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537

WATERS CONVERSION MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl. Large bolster conversion with a large circular mark on the left side of the bbl, possibly a blowout plug. The “JH” and “W.A.T” inspector marks on the left side of the stock are still sharp but have been over struck with X’s. NSN CONDITION: Gray patina overall with some signs of cleaning on the hammer. Moderate pitting on most parts. The stock has minor cracks at the rear lock plate screw and tip of the lock plate. The bore is deeply pitted, lock is good. 4-45051 FS66 (600-800)

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538

JOHNSON MODEL 1842 MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL. 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, lock plate date “1854”. NSN CONDITION: Iron parts have light to moderate pitting. The brass shows previous polishing and some dents around the butt cap. The stock is cracked twice at the rear of the lock plate, once at the front and once at the rear lock screw. The wood has been gouged out around the rear of the lock plate. The inspector cartouches are visible but not completely readable. The bore is lightly pitted, lock is fine. 4-45049 FS69 (600-800)

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539

CONVERTED JOHNSON MODEL 1836 MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, lock is dated “1840”. The drum conversion has a non-standard hammer. The ramrod is too long. NSN CONDITION: Gray patina with dense and light to heavy pitting overall. The wood has been sanded and varnished but parts of the inspector cartouches are still visible. The lock is functional, bore is pitted. 4-45033 X28 (400-600)

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540

WATERS FLAT-LOCK PISTOL. CAL: 58. 8-1/2” round bbl, 8-groove rifling. The trigger guard is brass. The 2-line Waters & Co. marking on the lock has no date. The bbl has “EB” inspector initials and acceptance marks. There is a “V” on the iron trigger plate and an unreadable letter on the end of the drum, probably “V”. No inspector marks on the stock. NSN CONDITION: The bbl and lock heavily pitted around the nipple. The front of the hammer is broken out. The stock has been varnished covering the repairs on both sides. There is a new crack through the left side of the stock. The bore is pitted, lock is good. 4-45030 FS53 (600-800)

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541

WATERS CONVERSION MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL. 54. 8-1/2” round bbl, lock dated “1844”. Drum type conversion with initial “F” on end of drum and on front of brass trigger guard. NSN CONDITION: Light pitting overall. The nose of the hammer is blown-out. The wood has been lightly cleaned removing the inspector marks. There is a short crack in front of the rear lock plate screw and a tiny one at the rear of the lock plate. The bore is pitted, lock is good. 4-45060 FS65 (600-800)

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542

CONVERTED FRENCH MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 69. 4-7/8” part oct. bbl. Made at St. Etienne, and typical of French military pistols, has numerous marks. The upper left flap of the bbl is marked “C de 17-6A” along with several proof marks. “MONTIGNY” is stamped on the left flap of the stock. SN 322 CONDITION: Smooth gray patina mixed with scattered light surface rust and pitting. The brass fittings have a mellow yellow color. The stock is fine. The bore is lightly pitted, lock is fine. 4-45311 FS48 (500-800)

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542A.

KETLAND CONVERSION PERCUSSION PISTOL. CAL. 58. Early pistol with 8-3/4″ round bbl, British proofed. The lock marked “W. KETLAND & CO.”. The left stock flat marked “MS”. Brass furniture with an oval thumb plate, missing the rammer. CONDITION: About good. Dark gray patina, moderate rust, stock broken through under the action. Worn wood, trigger guard loose, fine mechanics. 4-45818 JL483 (300-500)

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542B.

ENGLISH PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL. CAL. 58. Short bbl pocket pistol with 6″ round bbl and 1-pc walnut stock with captive rammer. The breech end of the bbl is marked with a variety of English proofs incl. the crown and broad arrow and crown over “17” twice. The tiny lock plate is marked with a crown over “VR” and a crown broad arrow proof with “TOWER 1846”. The left side flat of the stock is stamped “ASCOT” and the left wrist is marked with the broad arrow and “BO”. The forestock has a brass, flat nosed end and the butt cap is oval with a small heel plate and contains a sling swivel stud. A fine British martially marked pistol. CONDITION: Fine. The bbl is a light gray patina with light pitting around the bolster. The lock plate is mostly a gray patina and the brass has a dark mustard patina. 4-45796 JL481 (500-1,000)

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543

CONVERTED MODEL 1836 MARTIAL PISTOL. CAL: 54. 8-1/2” round bbl. All markings were removed at the time of conversion leaving a faint trace of the date on the lock. NSN CONDITION: Cleaned to white with file marks on the back strap and pitting around breech. Good inspector marks on the stock. The hammer has been modified. The bore is dark, lock works. 4-45072 FS41 (400-800)

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544

FULL STOCK INCISED CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY ATTRIBUTED TO JACOB OR JOHN HAEFFER. CAL. 46. Wonderful old Flintlock Kentucky with 45-1/4″ oct. bbl, brass front sight and fixed rear sight. The wood is beautiful tiger stripe maple with incise carving, grooved on the fore stock, light carving near the carry point and floral with daisies carved below the small cheek piece on the left side, on the right wrist and behind the top tang. The buttstock has a double incise line down the sides of the bottom edge. The top flat of the bbl is marked “I. H.” and resembles the signature of Haeffer as pictured on page 103 of “THOUGHTS ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE IN ITS GOLDEN AGE” by Joe Kindig, Jr. This beautiful rifle has raised teardrop side panels with a brass sideplate similar to picture #26 on page 106 of the same book. The 4-pc brass patch box is nearly identical to those in pictures #26 & #27 on pages 106 & 107 of the same book. Both are attributed to J. Haeffer. Jacob & John Haeffer worked in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and are listed in court records of 1774 with records indicating they probably worked as gunsmiths during the Revolutionary War and that John Haeffer in 1805 had a contract for 500 muskets. Jacob Haeffer, apparently, frequently signed his rifles with a stamped Indian head between the initials. This rifle does not bear the Indian head stamp and therefore is most likely the work of John Haeffer. The bbl is secured with three wedges from the left side and the cheek piece has an eight-point, silver star inlay. The furniture is all brass with two faceted guides and nose pipe. The trigger guard is undecorated as is the smooth brass butt plate with wide faceted top tang. The lock is unmarked but appears orig. to this rifle. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl, lock and hammer retain a very dark brown patina with some very old wrench marks on the bbl and moderate to heavy pitting around the flash hole and the lock plate. There is moderate burn-out behind the pan. The stock, with its beautiful tight tiger striping, has a repaired fracture on the bottom and in front of the lock. It also has a replaced piece of wood on the right side of the top tang. There are gaps at the back of the top tang and around the lock plate, apparently from prying out these pieces. There are repaired cracks around the front wedge on both sides. This is a very fine early Kentucky attributed to a fine maker that further research is needed. 4-45387 JL271 (3,000-5,000)

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544A.

EARLY FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 46 smooth bore. Fine early Kentucky with 45″ oct. bbl, marked on the top flat with what appears to be a script “P”, small brass front sight with fixed rear sight. Both sights have engraving before and after on the top flat. The full-length stock with applied striping, has brass furniture with two ramrod guides and faceted nose pipe. The bottom of the stock has a full-length saddle guard. The sideplate is plain with two lock screws. It has a 2-pc patch box with small floral top and a raised center on the lid with simple engraving on the top and down the edges of the lid. The buttstock has a small cheek piece. The lock, with brass pan, is marked “BIRD PHILADELPHIA” with single trigger. CONDITION: Fine. The iron retains a very dark brown patina and the brass a medium mustard patina. Good mechanics. The stock has a large repair at the tip, otherwise is sound with old dark finish. The trigger guard is cracked on the front tang and repaired with a screw. 4-45885 JL487 (1,000-2,000)

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544B.

FINE EARLY CONVERSION KENTUCKY. CAL. 46. Fine early Kentucky with 42″ oct. bbl, small dovetailed German silver front sight with fine fixed rear sight. The top flat behind the rear sight is marked “O.W.G.”. The lock and hammer, probably replacements, and the lock plate is engraved with a turkey and marked “WARRANTED”. The full-length stock has applied striping with brass furniture, two faceted ramrod guides and a faceted nose pipe. The stock is very narrow and delicate with tiny crescent buttplate with faceted top tang and tapered narrow toe plate. There is a German silver thumb plate engraved with four overlapping concentric circles. The tiny cheek piece is inlaid with a German stylized silver crown. The sideplate is 3-3/4″ long of simple brass with a single lock screw. The 4-pc patch box is small and delicate with a pointed tipi shaped top with engraving around the screw holes and cross-hatching near the hinge. Long narrow cover is lightly engraved with leaf and vine patterns and wavy border patterns. CONDITION: The stock is fine. The bbl retains an even plum-brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting around the bolster. The stock has a crack in front of the lock plate and shows wear at the carry point, otherwise is very dark with a smooth finish. The dbl. set triggers and mechanics work fine. 4-45889 JL488 (1,500-2,000)

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544C.

EARLY ENGLISH LONG FLINTLOCK FOWLER. CAL. about 10 bore. Massive long Fowler with 62-1/2″ oct. to round bbl, having a small iron front blade. Full-length stock with 3-iron guides and an iron nose pipe. The trigger guard and buttplate are also iron and very decorative with leaf finials on the trigger guard and a serpent buttplate tang inlaid into the comb. The breech end of the bbl is marked “FLOCK” and another word that is indecipherable along with a proof mark. The lock is about 6″ long, very curved with a long teat at the rear with light engraving behind the hammer. CONDITION: The metal has a very dark patina with moderate heavy pitting. The forestock is spliced with the entire front 2/3 a replacement. The orig. part of the stock has several cracks around the action, lock plate and sideplate, but it seems sound. The orig. part of the stock has been stripped to white and now needs refinishing. A fine, very early Fowler that needs some TLC. 4-45887 JL490 (500-1,000)

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544D.

VERY EARLY ENGLISH OR AMERICAN FOWLER. CAL. 12 bore. Beautiful, early Fowler with 57-5/8″ oct. to round bbl, small iron front sight and a tiny brass rear sight. The lock plate is 6″ long with a short teat at the rear and gooseneck hammer and is modestly engraved with arabesque patterns. The full-length stock has brass furniture with 3- ramrod guides and nose pipe with modest heavy trigger guard with decorative top finial. The sideplate is 5-3/4″ undecorated. The buttplate is brass with a stepped 3-1/2″ tang. The trigger is thick, without curl. The breech plug tang is slightly tapered with a pointed end surrounded by raised shell carving. The buttstock resembles a Brown Bess. CONDITION: Very fine. The bbl retains a medium brown patina with light pitting around the flash hole area. The brass has a medium mustard patina. The stock is sound with a fine hand-polished patina, darker toward the mizzle. 4-45888 JL493 (1,500-2,500)

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544E.

JOHN ANNELY VERY LONG ENGLISH FOWLER. CAL. 12 bore. Very early English Fowler with American provenance. The thumb plate is engraved “JOSEPH MARSHALL/NEW YORK”. This Fowler has a 61-1/4″ round bbl with small iron front sight with British proofs at the breech end and the lock marked “KETLAND & CO” with gooseneck hammer. The lock plate is 5-5/8″ long, slightly curved with a short teat at the back. The full-length stock has brass furniture with 3-ramrod guides and nose pipe. The trigger guard is brass and very wide with light engraving and an extremely fancy top finial with a very long lower tang. The breech plug tang is surrounded with raised shell carving and the sideplate is 5-5/8″ long of brass, lightly engraved. The buttplate is rounded with a stepped tang. CONDITION: The bbl and lock retain a very dark brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting in areas. The mainspring seems to be broken. The forestock is missing several splinters from the bbl channel and has a small repair about mid-point and a repaired, badly shattered wrist. The wrist repair appears to have been done during the period of use and was a very professional job. Otherwise, this is a very high-grade English Fowler with American connection. 4-45890 JL492 (1,000-2,000)

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544F.

EARLY ENGLISH LONG FLINTLOCK FOWLER. CAL. 12 bore. High quality Fowler with 54-1/2″ oct. to round bbl, full-length stock with raised carved ramrod channel, incised carving down the forestock with raised carving around the sideplates, top tang and trigger guard. Fitted with brass furniture, with three very decorative ramrod guides and a nose pipe. The forestock has a small swell at the nose pipe. The trigger guard is very fancy and fluted. The sideplate is very ornate with filigree cut-outs 5-1/2″ long. The buttplate is heavy brass with a 6″ long stepped top tang. The long, shield shaped thumb plate is marked “GI”. The trigger is thin and flat with a large curl at the bottom. CONDITION: Fine. The iron retains a very dark brown patina with old crusted finish and light to moderate pitting. The wood is very dark and cracked at the nose pipe and seems to be missing the pin wedge at that point. There is another crack through the wrist adjacent to the lower tang pin, missing some minor chips. All in all, a wonderful, very early Fowler. 4-45884 JL491 (2,000-3,000)

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545

UNMARKED EARLY FULL STOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 34. Beautiful, dainty small bore Kentucky with 44-1/2″, seven-groove oct. bbl with small iron front sight and fixed rear sight. The stock is very nicely grained tiger stripe maple with some applied graining with three brass guides and a silver-plated brass nose pipe. The bbl is secured with three German silver wedges. The stock is slim and trim with a fine drop and is inlaid with a small German silver figure on the left sideplate, a compass rose star on the scalloped cheek piece and a small silver finial atop the 2-pc brass patch box and another matching finial in front of the buttplate tang. There is a German silver shield thumb plate. The trigger guard, with filed decorations, has a silver diamond applique. The lock plate and hammer are lightly engraved and marked “W.S. BOUTON” and it has dbl. set triggers. The brass patch box lid has a long, narrow, silver, oval applied. The front 20″ of the forestock is a spliced replacement. There is a raised, carved fluted rail on the bottom of the forestock for the ramrod, which appears to be orig. with a nickel plated cup tip. There is an area of incised carving with some cross-hatching behind the cheek piece. Below the cheek piece is a small brass plate attached with three screws, possibly a receptacle for a nipple pick. CONDITION: With the aforementioned splice, it is otherwise about fine. The bbl retains a fine dark patina with some scattered pitting. The lock plate and hammer are mostly a silvery brown. The brass is a medium mustard patina and the silver with oxidized spots. The stock has a repaired crack under the action with a small brass inlaid reinforcement. Overall it retains most of its fine refinish. 4-45462 JL290 (2,500-4,000)

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546

BEDFORD COUNTY STYLE HALF-STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. about 34. Unmarked early Kentucky with 30-13/16″ oct. bbl, long brass front sight with fixed rear sight. The lock plate is lightly decorated as is the hammer, which has the tall spur reminiscent of Bedford County rifles. The conversion was done using a simple tumbler. The stock has brass furniture with seven brass inlays. One, of a decorated fish below the cheek piece. There is an elliptical inlay on the cheek piece with a crudely scratched name “FRANK WRIGHT/1873”. The right side of the stock has an elaborate filigree, engraved, 4-pc patch box and there is a matching brass inlay around the top tang and down the wrist. There is an inlay down the comb and toe plate, which have diamond and round cut outs and rectangular bone inlays. The bottom of the forestock has a long saddle guard. The sideplate is long and rectangular with nice engraving. CONDITION: The bbl retains a very dark brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting around the nipple and on the lock plate. The brass has a medium mustard patina. The stock appears to be sound with an old repair on the right side of the forestock and retains most of an old refinish. 4-45712 JL354 (1,500-2,500)

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547

SOUTHERN STYLE FULL-STOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. about 41. Unmarked simple Kentucky with 45-1/4″ oct. bbl, dovetail front sight with iron base and brass blade with thick fixed rear sight. All together unmarked. The bbl and simple flat lock plate are all together unmarked. The bolster has a large pan around the nipple. The stock is of straight grain walnut with raised, pointed end, side panels. The bbl is secured with four pins. It has iron nose cap, brass guides and a German silver nose pipe. Simple trigger guard with finger rest and brass buttplate made without a patch box. CONDITION: About excellent. The bbl and lock retain a dark, fine brown patina. The brass has a very dark brown patina. The wood is sound and retains most of its orig. finish under a coating of old crud. Will clean nicely. The dbl. set triggers work but the hammer will not stay cocked. Examination showed a simple problem that any competent gunsmith can fix in a few moments. 4-45708 JL352 (1,000-2,000)

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548

R.E. LEMAN FULL-STOCK KENTUCKY. CAL. 38. Fine small Kentucky with 37-3/8″ oct. bbl with small brass front sight and fixed rear sight. The top flat in front of the chamber area is marked “R.E. LEMAN/LANCASTER PA/WARRANTED”. The flat lock plate is unmarked. It is stocked in dark, applied grain tiger striped stock with a simple brass trigger guard and 2-pc patch box with crescent buttplate and dbl. set triggers. The forestock is ovoid shaped with integral ramrod groove and two small brass guides. CONDITION: Very good. The iron retains a very dark heavy patina, as does the wood. The stock has an old repaired crack through the wrist. Otherwise is fine with its unusual paint applied striping. 4-45717 JL346 (1,250-2,250)

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549

LEMAN HALF-STOCK HUNTING RIFLE. CAL. About 42. Wonderful old half stock by a fine Lancaster County maker with 29-3/8″ oct. bbl with brass blade, dbl dove tail front sight and a fixed rear sight. The bottom of the bbl has a metal rail with two brass guides attached for the ramrod with a brass nose pipe. The sides of this rail are lightly engraved with wavy patterns. The stock is nicely figured, tiger striped walnut with ten German silver inlays and a German silver saddle guard. The crescent buttplate is brass with a faceted tang and it has a 8-3/4″ German silver toe plate lightly engraved with leaf patterns. Most of the inlays are also lightly engraved. Additionally, there is a large engraved silver sideplate secured with two small screws and the large lock plate screw. The stock also has a number of early brass tacks securing the sharp points of most of the inlays, apparently applied post market. Lock plate and hammer are lightly engraved and marked “LEMAN/LANCTR.PA”. CONDITION: Good plus, the bbl. has been cleaned bright a long time ago and is now a thin, silver gray patina. The stock has a crack at the tip and through the lock plate area, otherwise is sound with a dark oil, hand-rubbed patina. There is a 3/4″ repair in the toe. 4-45463 JL291 (2,500-4,000)

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550

L. BIDDLE HALF-STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 34. Fine early Kentucky with 36-3/4″ oct. bbl, small blade copper front sight with fixed rear sight. The top flat with the makers’ name in script behind the rear sight. Front half of the bbl has a metal ramrod rail with two brass guides and a brass nose pipe. The stock is very nicely figured tiger maple with brass furniture and eight lightly engraved brass inlays including an oval spreadwinged eagle on the small cheek piece. There are copper burn out plates before and after the nipple. The thumb plate is also lightly engraved as is the fine saddle guard. The lock is marked “LEMAN/LANCTR.PA”. The right side of the stock, in front of the simple brass patch box, is inscribed in old gold paint “THIS KENTUCKY RIFLE BELONGED TO LANCE MARTIN WHO SHOT HIS WIFE AT CURTLAND, OHIO AND THEN KILLED HIMSELF” with a number that is indecipherable. It has double set triggers, a brass trigger guard and crescent buttplate with a full-length brass comb. CONDITION: The metal is mostly a light gray under an old coat of dried oil. The stock is broken through the action but repairable and retains a heavy coating of oil and old finish. A fine old Kentucky in need of some TLC. 4-45714 JL345 (1,500-2,500)

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551

LETHER FLINTLOCK FOWLING PIECE. CAL. 62. 45-1/2” part oct. bbl, marked “J.Lether” in script at the rear of the bbl. The lock is a good re-conversion. Three of the bbl. keys are missing and fourth is replaced. NSN CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with moderate to heavy pitting. Heavy wrench marks at rear of bbl and tang. The wood shows normal handling marks with some moderate to heavy scratching. The action is good, bore is poor. 4-45102 FS12 (750-1,250)

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552

AMERICAN HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE BY J. HENRY & SONS, 1868 FORT LARAMIE INDIAN TREATY RIFLE. Plain half stock American rifle made by J. Henry & Sons with distinctive “U.S.” in stock marked behind the trigger guard fitting the profile of the rifles offered to the Indian nation at Fort Laramie in 1868 as a result of a treaty action with the United States government. 36 1/25″ oct. bbl with German silver blade front sight and iron buckhorn rear sight. Stamped on top bbl flat “J. Henry & Sons.” The bbl has an iron ramrod rib with two iron tubes. Walnut half stock, plain and without decoration. Brass furniture, German silver wedge escutcheon on forearm. Hickory ramrod with brass tip. Percussion front action lock stamped “J. Henry & Son.” Behind the brass trigger guard “U.S.” is clearly stamped in the walnut stock. These rifles were purchased by the U.S. Government as a treaty offering in 1868 and distributed as a result of the successful treaty signed at Ft. Laramie in 1868. CONDITION: Very good, all iron parts have an dark brown patina, brass is uncleaned, stock is very strong and markings are clear. 4-45422 CW (2,000-2,500)

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553

UNMARKED FULL-STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 40. Fine early Kentucky with 41″ oct. bbl, small brass front sight with fixed rear sight. Brass mounted with a long nose cap, integral ramrod groove with two brass guides and nose pipe. Simple trigger guard with small sideplate and plain small 4-pc patch box with crescent buttplate. The wood is tiger striped through the stock and the applied striping on the forestock has mostly worn away. CONDITION: The iron retains a dark brown heavy patina with scattered light surface rust, heavy pitting around the nipple and lock plate area with heavy burn out behind the nipple. The double set trigger functions but the hammer will not cock. The stock has two or three repaired cracks and a missing sliver from the bbl channel and repaired crack through the wrist with some wood fill. 4-45711 JL350 (750-1,250)

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554

UNMARKED FULL-STOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 36. Simple Kentucky with 36″ oct. bbl, small brass front sight with fixed rear sight. The back action lock is game scene engraved and marked “J. COOK & CO./ TERRE HAUTE/INDA”. The forestock has an integral ramrod groove with brass cap, two guides and nose pipe with a small saddle guard, simple trigger guard and crescent buttplate. The top tang extends from the breech plug to the comb. The patent bolster is made of brass, missing the nipple. It has early style double set triggers. CONDITION: The bbl and hammer retain a dark heavy brown patina with heavy pitting and moderate burn out around the nipple area. The lock is mostly a dark gray patina. The stock is worn and very dark on the buttstock and areas of the forestock. 4-45710 JL351 (750-1,250)

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555

J.H. RECTOR PERCUSSION HALF-STOCK KENTUCKY. CAL. 38. Fine half-stock rifle with 31″ oct. bbl with half round, dovetailed front sight base with small brass blade and fixed rear sight. The top flat is marked “J.H. RECTOR SYRACUSE NY” with the number 1768. The bbl has a metal ramrod rail with two iron guides and a brass nose pipe. The stock is straight grain walnut with a pewter nose cap, a simple engraved brass trigger guard, engraved 2-pc patch box with a German silver bird dog on point on the left side of the stock with a crescent buttplate. The wrist has medium coarse checkering. The lock plate and upper tang are lightly engraved and match the other pieces of the rifle. CONDITION: The bbl, lock plate and hammer appear to be polished bright under a coating of old dried oil and smoke. The wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Good mechanics. 4-45723 JL353 (800-1,200)

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556

BRITISH MILITARY FLINTLOCK CARBINE BY “WILSON”. A very nice example of a 1760-1780 period English contract carbine made and signed by the famous gunmaker “Wilson.” Approximately CAL. 60. 28″ round bbl with Birmingham proofs at breech and no bayonet stud. All brass furniture in typical English carbine style, three ramrod tubes, iron button head ramrod. Buttplate tang is engraved “CREMORNE”. Lockplate is engraved “WILSON” with no date or other markings. No English government markings indicating that this carbine was made for India trade or export. Probably purchased by a private Malitia Unit. Top of bbl with early proof and butt tang with period inscription “CREMORRE”, probably the name of the commander of the Malitia Unit. CONDITION: Very good, all metal surfaces are uncleaned with a pleasing dark patina, light pitting at breech. Original flint, cock has an obvious repair at the neck. Stock shows wear but is without fracture and retains a nice color. 4-45419 CW (2,400-2,600)

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557

EUROPEAN PERCUSSION MUSKETOON. CAL. about 56. Tiny musketoon with 25″ round bbl, brass bead front sight with a flip carbine style rear sight with four arpetures. It is fitted with iron furniture having two bands, the rear band is secured with a spring. The upper band has a sling loop and another is attached to the trigger guard. The ramrod is a tulip head and the stock has a small cheek piece. The buttplate is smooth steel. There is a #163 stamped in the wood behind the upper tang, a matching number by the buttplate tang and a #100 on the buttplate tang. CONDITION: The bbl retains a mottled dark brown patina with several small nicks about the bands. The wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. A fine, light little musketoon. 4-44777 JL272 (500-800)

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558

BELGIAN FLINTLOCK MILITARY MUSKET. CAL. about 60. Fine flintlock musket with 37-1/4″ oct. to round bbl, iron mounted with three bands, front sight/bayonet lug, tulip head ramrod with sling loops at the end of the trigger guard and through the forestock. Most of the exposed parts are numbered 81. CONDITION: Very good. The bbl retains a very dark heavy patina. The lock plate is light under a coating of old dried oil. The stock has a replaced large splinter of wood by the top tang. Otherwise is sound and retains most of an old, old refinish. Good mechanics, weak hammer spring. 4-45724 JL347 (600-1,000)

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559

FINE LANCASTER STYLE FULL STOCK CONVERSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. 44. Very well made, fine stocked rifle with 40-1/8″ oct. bbl, German silver front sight with fixed rear sight. There is light engraved decorations before and after each of the sights on the top flat. The stock is nicely figured walnut with eight German silver inlays on the forestock and eleven more on the buttstock. The 4-pc engraved brass patch box has deep engraving of flowers in stylized patterns, typical of the eastern Pennsylvania region. There is a name on the top flat that is indecipherable. This, however, is a high quality Kentucky with curved set rear trigger and peg front trigger. Filigree engraved brass sideplate and a delicate brass trigger guard. The buttplate is also brass with a faceted top tang and engraved toe plate. The nose cap, ramrod guide and nose pipe are also brass and contain a replacement Hickory ramrod. The conversion was done using a round bolster and the hammer is lightly engraved in the same style as the lock plate. CONDITION: The metal retains a very dark brown patina with heavy pitting and burnout around the nipple area on the bbl and lock plate. The wood is sound with overall dark patina having a hairline back of the lock with oil staining. The patch box lid has a small dent. Sound mechanics. A fine early Kentucky that a little research may prove to be one of the better makers. 4-45388 JL241 (1,500-3,000)

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560

UNMARKED FLINTLOCK FOWLING PIECE. CAL. 12ga. 42” bbl. Ketland lock does not fit well, possibly due to repairs and reconstruction around the lock area. The tiger stripe stock is very thin at the wrist and the trigger guard has a very short rear tang. The stock has been divided 15 1/2” in front of the lock and is possibly a replacement from there forward, although the grain matches well. The ramrod is a replacement. NSN CONDITION: Heavy rust-brown patina overall. The wood shows several repairs since the orig. refinishing and there are new cracks at the butt, wrist and right side of the front of the stock. The lock is frozen, bore is poor. 4-45079 FS10 (650-1,150)

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561

UNMARKED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE. CAL. about 54. Ohio type rifle with 44-5/8″ oct. bbl, brass front sight with a small fixed rear sight. Stained walnut stock with a spliced replacement about midway down the forestock to the muzzle. It has two faceted brass guides and a faceted nose pipe containing a Hickory ramrod with swelled end. The bottom of the forestock has an integral wooden rail. The buttstock is roach backed with a simple, lightly engraved 2-pc brass patch box. The left side of the stock has a small cheek piece with elliptical lightly engraved brass inlay and a matching small inlay thumb plate. Brass trigger guard and buttplate with faceted tang. The lock is reconverted and probably a replacement marked “RICHARDS & MONTGOMERY”. CONDITION: Good. The bbl retains an even dark brown patina with rust pitting at the breech end. The wood, with the aforementioned splice, has splices before and after the lock plate with repaired cracks in the wrist. Otherwise, is sound and retains most of a refinish. 4-45389 Z253 (1,250-1,750)

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562

SECOND MODEL LeMAT REVOLVER. CAL: .36/16ga. 6-7/8” oct. bbl marked “Systeme Le Mat Bte S.G.D.G. Paris” on top of bbl inside an engraved border. This revolver has British proof marks in addition to the star/”L.M” mark on the bbl. The front end of the loading assembly is probably replaced. SN 2145 CONDITION: 50% thinning blue on the oct. bbl, traces in protected pales on the frame, trigger guard and shotgun bbl. The cylinder appears to have traces of blue under a chemical toning. The grips are worn on the high spots. The bores are dark, mechanically good. 4-45029 FS49 (10,000-15,000)

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563

SECOND MODEL LeMAT REVOLVER. CAL: 36/16ga. 6-5/8” oct. bbl, marked “LeMAT & GIRARD’S PATENT LONDON” on top of the bbl. Small London proof marks on cylinder and both bbls. No Belgian proof marks. “I / 107C / RJ” is stamped on the left side of the frame. There is a Fleur de lis stamp on top of the left grip. SN 8604. CONDITION: 60% blue on rifled bbl, traces on frame, cylinder and shotgun bbl. There is some light pitting on the shotgun bbl and on the grip straps and trigger guard. Light denting and pits on the loading lever. The action is good, bores are lightly pitted. 4-45053 FS50 (8,000-12,000)

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565

FIRST MODEL LONDON LeMAT REVOLVER. CAL. about 11mm over 16 bore. Nine shot cylinder with a smooth bore center pivot, mounted underneath the bbl. 6″ oct. bbl with the top flat marked “LEMAT & GIRARD’S PATENT LONDON” with left side mounted rammer, articulated hammer nose with checkered 2-pc grip panels and an integral lanyard loop in the butt. The right grip flat has the initials “DLV” crudely carved and there is a fleur di lis stamped on the left grip flat. SN 8582 CONDITION: Fair. The bbl retains 30-40% thin blue, the cylinder 20-25% dull blue turning brown with the balance of the metal a brown patina. The rammer is a recent replacement and the shotgun bore with British proofs has a different serial number. The frame retainer pin, spring and screw are recent replacements. The rammer lever catch and retainer are both missing and the front sight is broken. The grips are sound and show much wear. The mechanics function but need attention. 4-45477 JL316 (7,500-12,500)

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566

RARE U.S. MODEL 1842 PALMETTO (SOUTH CAROLINA) PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. A rare and desirable South Carolina militia contract pistol patterned after the U.S. Model 1842 percussion pistol. CAL. 54 smoothbore single shot pistol with brass furniture on a walnut stock with swivel type ramrod. The lock is marked ahead of hammer “Palmetto Armory. S*C” in a circle surrounding a palmetto tree. Behind the hammer is marked “Columbia/SC 1852.” The breech of the bbl is marked “Wm. Glaze & Co.” on the left flat with “V” “P” and small palmetto tree proofs on top on barrel. A pre-Civil War single shot handgun sought after by Confederate collectors. Only 1,000 were orig.ly produced. CONDITION: Very good, no orig. finish, metal parts are uncleaned with an attractive dark patina. All markings are authentic and sharp. The stock is fractured forward of the lock and there are numerous minor losses around the lock-plate mortise. A very nice untouched example. 4-45416 CW (4,500-6,500)

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567

ENGRAVED MARSTON SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. CAL: 31. 5-7/8” part oct. bbl, standard 3-line marking on top of bbl. Brass frame engraved with scene of four men and a dog around a pile of rocks on the left side, light scroll on right side and hammer. SN 170. CONDITION: 40% thinning blue mixed with light surface rust and pitting with spots of heavier pitting on bbl and trigger guard. The hammer has been reblued. The grips are worn at the high spots but retain about 70% of the varnish. The bore is lightly pitted, action is fine. 4-45077 FS43 (2,000-3,000)

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568

ENGRAVED MARSTON SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. CAL: 31. 4-7/8” part oct. bbl, standard 3-line marking on top of bbl. Brass frame engraved with scene of two men fighting on left side, light scroll on right side and hammer. SN 110. CONDITION: 40% bright blue on bbl, mixed with areas of light surface rust and pitting, 80% case hardening of colors on hammer and lever, mellow patina on brass frame. The grips retain most of the varnish. The action is fine, bore is lightly pitted but bright. 4-45075 FS42 (2,000-3,000)

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569

ENGRAVED MARSTON SINGLE SHOT PISTOL. CAL: .31. 5-5/8” oct. bbl. Standard 3-line marking on top of the bbl. Iron frame engraved with light scrolls overall. The front sight is replaced. SN 533 CONDITION: Strong traces of blue on the bbl, otherwise gray patina overall mixed with surface rust and light pitting. The revarnished grips show wear on the high spots and some scratches and dents under the varnish. The bore and action are very good. 4-45076 FS44 (1,100-1,600)

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570

RARE SMALL FRAME MARSTON SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. CAL. .31. 26” oct. bbl, checkered buttstock with cheekpiece. The frame is marked “W.W. MARSTON PATENTED 1850 NEW-YORK” and is lightly engraved. The very unusual rear sight is inletted into the top of the bbl. The ramrod is replaced. There is an empty threaded hole in the top tang. SN 50 CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with scattered light surface rust and pitting heavier around the nipple. The bore is pitted, action is fine. 4-45328 FS14 (1,250-1,750)

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571

REMINGTON MODEL 1867 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL WITH EXPERIMENTAL BRASS TRIGGER GUARD. CAL: 50RF. 7” round bbl, “I / J.M.B.C / anchor” on top of bbl in front of frame. “F.C.W.” inspector cartouche on left side of grip. Standard 2-line marking on left side of frame and inspector marks on right side. SN 141 CONDITION: All surfaces clean to a gray patina with scattered light pitting. The grip has been refinished. The forearm has not been sanded but has been re-oiled. The action is fine, bore is bright. 4-45041 FS36 (1,500-2,500)

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572

REMINGTON MODEL 1865 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL WITH EXPERIMENTAL BRASS TRIGGER GUARD. CAL: .50RM. 8-1/2” round bbl with anchor proof mark. The entire pistol has been refinished and the action converted to the New York type. SN 1882 CONDITION: Blue-brown patina mixed with reblue on metal surfaces. The trigger guard is loose. The inspector cartouche is visible but not readable. The bore is pitted, action fires when the hammer is returned to battery. 4-45038 FS37 (1,200-1,600)

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573

GREATFORD & WILEY TRANSITION REVOLVER. CAL: .34. 5-3/8” oct. bbl. There is a lion head on the grip cap. The frame and buttcap appear to be silver-plated but the few scratches do not indicate the underlying material. NSN CONDITION: 50% blue on the bbl with light pitting and a few dents and scratches. The cylinder is bare. Most of the plating remains on the frame. The left grip shows a repaired crack and some wear on the high points. The bore is lightly pitted, action is good. 4-45055 FS74 (750-1,000)

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574

WHITE & BATES TRANSITION REVOLVER. CAL: .42. 6” oct. bbl. The bbl is also marked “COLTS / PATENT” in an oval stamp. SN 1 CONDITION: Blue-brown patina with light to moderate pitting overall. The grips are very good. The action is good, bore is pitted. 4-45052 X32 (400-800)

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575

HOLLAND TRANSITIONAL REVOLVER. CAL: 44. 6” oct. bbl. Marked “HOLLAND & KING St HONNOR V LONDON” on top of bbl. Long spur hammer. NSN CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with many dents and scratches, especially on the bbl that appears to have been cleaned. The grip is battered and oil soaked. The bore is very dark, action is fine. 4-45039 FS51 (750-1,000)

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576

CONTINENTAL DOUBLE ACTION PERCUSSION REVOLVER. CAL: 12mm. 4-7/8” round bbl. No marks except serial number. The loading lever folds backwards under the cylinder. German silver frame with lanyard ring. Camming takedown lever mounted on right side. SN 461 CONDITION: Fine-plus with 90% blue on bbl. and cylinder, worn only on the muzzle ring. The bore and chambers appear to be unfired. The grips have minor dents but retain most of the orig. varnish. There are some scattered areas of light surface rust, mostly on the bright finished parts. The action is fine. 4-45074 FS40 (750-1,150)

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577

MODIFIED WESSON & LEAVITT REVOLVER. CAL: 32. 4- 1/2” round bbl. Standard markings on top strap and lock. The hammer, bbl. latch and two nipples are replaced. No Visible SN. CONDITION: Crusty rust and moderate pitting overall. Internal lock mechanism not complete. The bore is very dark. The grips are oil soaked, chipped and scratched. 4-44752 FS47 (200-400)

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578

INSCRIBED ALLEN & THURBER PEPPERBOX. CAL: .34. 6” ribbed bbls. “John H. Taylor” engraved on top of the frame behind the hammer. SN 41 CONDITION: Gray patina overall with light to moderate pitting obscuring part of the markings. One bbl has a 1/2” lengthwise split. The grips show signs of repair but do not appear to have been sanded before re-varnishing. The bores are dark, action is good. 4-45058 FS73 (750-1,000)

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578A.

BAKER PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX. CAL. 42. Fine engraved bar hammer pepperbox with 3-3/4″ fluted bbl cluster, integral flared nipple shield with small box lock action with safety. The grip is very finely checkered 1-pc walnut with flared butt and steel butt cap with trap. The receiver, hammer, recoil shield, trigger guard and trap lid are very finely engraved with excellent English arabesque and leaf pattern engraving. The muzzle and breech ends of the bbl cluster are equally engraved. Each of the flutes has a British proof and the left side of the receiver is marked “BAKER/LONDON”. CONDITION: Fine. The bbls retain 60-70% mottled blue-gray. The receiver and hammer retain about 50% faded case colors and the butt cap about 75% stronger case colors. Excellent grip, good mechanics. 4-45811 JL467 (500-1,000)

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579

EUROPEAN MANUFACTURED AMERICAN CIVIL WAR PERIOD PINFIRE REVOLVER MARKED C.S.A. A very nice example of an 1855-65 period European made Army size pinfire revolver of the type imported for use by officer’s of the Union and Confederacy. This particular example has “C.S.A.” stamped on the right side of the frame in old English letters. The stamping, while not recognizable as any type of official mark, was done sometime during the pistol’s period of use. Approximately 9 mm, with a part round/part oct.al barrel, iron frame and grip straps, checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring on the butt. Ejecting rod is mounted on the right side of frame. Double action. The pistol is unmarked and without proof markings or serial. There is a tiny undecipherable mark between each cylinder stop. CONDITION: Excellent, much orig. blue finish remains on the cylinder and in protected areas of the frame. All other metal parts are faded to gray with light spotty pitting here and there. Mechanically excellent. 4-45421 CW (2,000-2,500)

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580

LEFAUCHEUX PINFIRE REVOLVER. CAL. 12mm. 6-1/2” part oct. bbl. Standard two-line marking on left side of bbl. Belgian proofs on cylinder. The spur of the hammer has been ground off. SN: 107356. CONDITION: Strong traces of blue on the cylinder and casehardening in protected places on the frame. The grips are cracked with some chips and oil stains. The bore is dark. Works double action only due to the loss of hammer spur. 4-45073 X25 (200-400)

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581

INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. CAL. 32 RF. Blued finish, 6″ oct. bbl, German silver front sight and 2-pc rosewood grips. Back strap is engraved “PIONEER BRIGADE”. No indication of what this inscription refers to, but undoubtedly a Civil War Unit. SN 6397 CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl retains 50-60% thin orig. blue, strong in the rib gullets. Cylinder retains 70-75% thin orig. blue and frame about 60% strong orig. blue with grip frame being mostly a silver-gray. Grips are sound and retain about 90% of the orig. varnish. Excellent mechanics and strong bore with scattered pitting and dark spots. 4-45069 JL154 (1,500-3,000)

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582

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER. CAL: 32RF. 6” oct. bbl. The metal surfaces have been cleaned to bright but some light pitting remains. “W.W. DUNBAR SKOWHEGAN, ME.” is scratched on the bottom of the bbl that has been chemically toned. SN 7905 CONDITION: The grips have been re-varnished. Mechanically needs adjustment. Bore is pitted. 4-45068 X22 (500-800)

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582A.

LOT OF TWO SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVERS. CAL. 32RF. 1) SN 19967 Blued finish, 6″ keyhole bbl, 2-pc rosewood grips – Dark brown patina that may clean a lot better. Good mechanics, strong bright bore, scattered pitting. Excellent grips. 2) SN 35543 Blued finish with 6″ keyhole bbl, 2-pc rosewood grips – About good. 25-30% blue with scattered surface rust, cracked grips, dark pitted bore. Good mechanics. 4-45798; 45807 JL462 (400-700)

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583

SCARCE PRESCOTT NO. 2 REVOLVER. CAL: 32RF. 4-7/8” oct. bbl. The 2-line marking on the left side of the bbl has been struck twice. SN 20 CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned. The grips have wear on the high spots and some dents and scratches and have been revarnished. The bore is dark, action is fine. 4-45067 FS39 (500-800)

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584

SPRINGFIELD ARMS LOADING GATE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. CAL. 30RF. Brass frame spur trigger revolver with 3-1/8″ ovoid shaped bbl with German silver blade front sight, unfluted cylinder and 2-pc rosewood grips. The right side of the frame has a recess for loading the cylinder with a swing out loading gate secured with a tiny catch. There is the name “GEO. F. BARRETT” and the date “OCT. 15” scratched on the butt. SN 3405 CONDITION: Fair, the iron retains a silver gray patina with light dings on the cylinder. The frame has traces of silver in the very sheltered areas and the grips are both cracked on the bottom. The cylinder pin may be a replacement. 4-45492 JL308 (500-1,000)

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585

GRANT POCKET REVOLVER. CAL: .32RF. 5” oct. bbl. Made by William Uhlinger. This revolver is marked “W.L. GRANT” on top of the bbl. The ejector rod is an incorrect replacement. At one time there was an inscription on the back strap but only traces of it remain. SN 1250 CONDITION: Gray-brown patina mixed with moderate pitting and filing marks. The grips have tiny chips at the bottom and wear at the high spots. The bore is very dark, action is good. 4-45031 FS52 (400-600)

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586

POND SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER. CAL. 32RF. Scarce nickel finish, 6″ oct. bbl and 2-pc walnut grips. SN 962 CONDITION: Good. Retains about 75% orig. nickel with scattered fine pitting around the forcing cone and top strap areas. Good mechanics, old replacement grips, hammered butt, strong dark bore. 4-45773 JL135 (300-500)

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586A.

MARTIALLY MARKED REMINGTON SPLIT BREECH CIVIL WAR SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 46RF. Type one, 1 of 5000 made for the Union Army in 1865 with 20″ round bbl, small forearm with bbl band, 2-position rear sight, sling bar and ring affixed to the left side of the receiver with two cartouches and “P” proof on the left side of the wrist. NSN CONDITION: About good. Dark brown patina with some light crusty rust on the bbl and left side of the receiver. The wood is dark, dirty and very dry, in need of cleaning. The bore is strong with good shine and scattered pitting. A scarce desirable martial carbine. JL456 4-45875 (1,500-2,500)

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587

SHARPS NEW MODEL 63 SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 52. Standard carbine with 22″ round bbl, German silver front sight with Sharps carbine ladder rear sight missing the slide and screw. The left side of the receiver and wrist with sling bar and ring with EAW inspector mark. The left side of the buttstock with a ribbon cartouche. SN 91447 CONDITION: Good. All the metal retains a medium-gray patina with traces of silvered case colors on the receiver and lock plate. The wood is sound with traces of orig. finish in sheltered areas, mostly a smooth hand-rubbed patina with a gouge in the comb and a slight hairline on the back on the tang. Replaced rear tang screw. Strong bore with scattered pitting. 4-45292 JL256 (1,800-2,500)

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588

SHARPS NEW MODEL 63 SADDLE RING CARBINE. CAL. 52. Standard carbine with 22″ round bbl, German silver blade front sight with Sharps ladder carbine rear sight. The left side of the receiver and wrist fitted with sling bar and ring. The left side of the bbl and other parts with inspector marks. SN C22331 CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl is mostly a dark brown patina and is smooth and clean. The receiver has 30-40% case colors under the old brown patina and may clean even better. The lock plate and hammer are a silver-brown patina. The wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bright 6-groove bore with light pitting. 4-45291 JL251 (1,500-2,500)

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589

ASSEMBLED SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE. CAL. .50-70. 22” bbl. with partially removed serial number does not fit this action and leaves about 1/8” gap between the rear face and the breechblock. The forearm screw and some of the primer parts are missing. There are no inspector marks on the wood. The bbl. band is not correct. SN 46365 Non-matching. CONDITION: The bbl retains much of the heavy black under dried grease and surface rust. The action has the same grease mixed with surface rust. The hammer screw is broken off. The buttstock is cracked through the wrist. The bore is good. 4-45109 X10 (750-1,250)

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590

MODIFIED SHARPS MODEL 1874 RIFLE. CAL. approx. 40. 24” round bbl, not a Sharps bbl as it appears to be the same diameter from front to rear. The number on the tang has been drilled out but the complete number is on the forearm that was made for an oct. bbl. The lever has been crudely altered with a wielded extension. The Lyman tang sight is for a more rounded tang and is attached with one wood screw and one metal screw. There are plugged holes in the bbl where the orig. rear sight was located. A front globe type is not a Sharps product. SN C53094 CONDITION: Rust-brown patina with moderate surface rust at the front of the bbl. Gray-brown smooth patina on receiver, traces of casehardening on the lock plate. The stock is cracked from the rear of the upper tang. The forearm has some crack repairs on the left side. The grip cap has been replaced with a piece of horn. The wood still retains over half the varnish. The action is good, bore is lightly pitted but bright. 4-45107 X11 (2,500-4,500)

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591

SHARPS MODEL 1874 SPORTING RIFLE. CAL: .40-70. 28” oct. bbl. A letter from Dr. R.L. Moore shows that this was shipped to the “State Rifle Assn.” on September 17, 1873. Since the state was not give, we assume this was the State of Connecticut. The letter mentions that it was equipped with a fancy butt. The butt that is currently on the gun is plain with straight grain wood and has a double prong brass orig. Sharps Swiss buttplate. The lower buttplate screw hole under the butt has been filled and re-drilled. SN C,53728 CONDITION: 50% thinning blue on the bbl. with dents and gouges and some light surface rust. The action has a blue/gray patina with light pitting overall. The buttstock is modified from a military stock with a pewter inlay where the swivel plate was installed. The forearm has been reworked, glass bedded, and a non-factory metal tip installed. The serial number has been ground off the bottom of the bbl. The rear sight is a replacement. The action is good, bore has been cleaned bright but some pitting remains. 4-45176 (4,000-5,000)

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592

SHARPS BORCHARDT MILITARY MUSKET. CAL. 45-70. Standard Musket with 32″ round bbl, full-length forearm with two bbl bands and metal nose cap and a round head wiping rod under the bbl. The wood is uncheckered with straight stock and checkered steel buttplate. Usual markings on the receiver and bbl. with the inscription behind the rear sight “OLD RELIABLE”. SN 16274 CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl retains about 75% blue-brown with scattered light surface rust and some small nicks behind the rear band. The receiver is mostly a blue-brown, thin on the right side. The forearm is sound with usual nicks and handling marks. The stock has three or four small cracks on the wrist at the receiver, otherwise retains a dark oil finish with mildew on the right side. Strong bright bore with scattered light pitting. 4-45766 Z224 (1,500-2,500)

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593

SLANT BREECH SHARPS CARBINE. CAL. 54. Standard saddle ring carbine with 21-3/8″ bbl, tiny replacement brass front sight with three leaf rear sight. Uncheckered wood with single brass bbl band and brass buttplate. The left side of the receiver and bbl band are fitted with a sling bar and ring. SN None visible. CONDITION: Fair to good. All marks, legends and serial numbers have been polished off leaving the metal bright with moderate to heavy pitting at the forearm and on the lock plate and receiver. The wood is battered, dark and oil stained with some splintering at the foreend tip. The bore is strong with good shine and scattered pitting. 4-45482 JL323 (1,250-1,750)

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594

STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE. CAL. 54. Standard Civil War carbine with 21″ bbl, pinched front sight with 2-position rear sight. The bbl and receiver with usual markings, uncheckered wood with straight stock and brass carbine buttplate. The forearm has a brass band. The left side of the chamber area with inspector marks. SN 8423 CONDITION: Fair to good. All the iron parts retain a plum-brown patina with some fine pitting on the floor plate. The wood is worn and battered with several cracks on the wrist and small losses from the forearm at the bbl channel. Strong dark bore that may clean. Missing the nipple. 4-45481 JL324 (1,250-1,750)

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595

FOURTH MODEL BURNSIDE CIVIL WAR CARBINE. CAL. 54. Standard carbine with 21″ round bbl. pinched front sight with 2-position rear sight. Standard type with guide screw in the right side of receiver and sling bar and ring on the left side. Complete with wooden forearm and bbl band. SN 27228 CONDITION: Good. No orig. finish remains being an even brown patina with fine rust pitting over all the exposed metal surfaces. Wood is sound with minor nicks and dings and a dark oiled finish. Chamber has an empty brass cartridge case logged into it. Strong bright bore. 4-45700 JL179 (1,500-2,500)

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596

SPENCER MODEL 1865 LEVER ACTION CARBINE. CAL. 50. Standard carbine with 20″ round bbl, square pedestal front sight and ladder carbine rear sight, fitted with Stabler cutoff. The left side of the stock and receiver fitted with a sling, ring and bar. The wood is uncheckered with straight stock and carbine buttplate. SN 23786 CONDITION: Good to very good. The metal retains a mottled brown patina overall with traces of silvered case colors on the receiver. The buttstock has a hairline on the left side at the buttplate over the magazine hole. Otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of a refinish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-45290 JL249 (1,500-2,000)

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597

SHARPS & HANKINS CARBINE. CAL. .54. 24” bbl. Missing safety, rear sight slide and sling swivel. The lever catch is broken, the rear sight is bent, the leather covering on the bbl is unstitched and missing one ear at the rear. The numbers do not match. SN 5196. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with some spots, light to heavy pitting. The leather cover is badly chipped and missing small pieces. The stock is cracked length-wise but is otherwise good. The bore is poor, action is good. 4-45078 FS9 (700-1,100)

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598

BALLARD DUAL IGNITION RIFLE. CAL. 44RF/PERC. Manufactured by Merwin & Bray, standard rifle with 28″ oct. bbl sling swivels, replaced front sight blade, broken rear sight with a dovetail added on the tang and the sight missing. Built with manual extractor. The wood is uncheckered with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 17768 CONDITION; About good. The bbl retains a medium brown patina with scattered heavy rust pitting. The receiver is a dark gray brown patina with light rust pitting. The left side of receiver has an unexplained 1/4″ hole. Forearm has two repaired cracks and all the wood retains a dark amateur finish. The stock has a grain check at the buttplate. Strong dark bore with a slight ring, may clean. 4-45360 JL250 (400-700)

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599

TOWER MODEL 1858 MUSKET. CAL. 62. 39” bbl, lock plate date 1861. Missing the sling swivels, rear lock plate screw and rear sight slide. The rear bbl band and ramrod are replacements. NSN CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with moderate pitting at the rear of the bbl. The wood has been lightly sanded and refinished. The bore is pitted, action is good. 4-44774 FS7 (300-600)

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600

ALTERED MAYNARD PRIMED MUSKET. CAL: .69. 32-3/16” bbl. The Maynard lock carries a standard 4-line Remington mark at the tail. The bbl is marked with small “V” and “P” marks about 2” in front of the breech. The breech is stamped “U.S.N.” over the pitting. The tang has been filed and re-dated 1856. The tang screw and bbl. bands each carry on number 1 with a number on the rear band being over the number 24. There is a screw plug on top of the bbl.8” in front of the breech. The number 1 also appears on the trigger guard, buttplate and sideplate. There are numerous “inspector” marks on the left side of the wood including a small “USN”. NSN CONDITION: The metal is a gray patina with light to moderate pitting and signs of filing especially at the breech. The front sight bead and ramrod have been altered. The stock has been lightly sanded and refinished. The lock is good. The bore is poor. 4-44770 X1 (500-1,000)

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600A.

NORWICH CIVIL WAR RIFLE MUSKET. CAL. 58. Standard musket with 40″ bbl, lock plate marked “US NORWICH” with the date of 1863 on both lock plate and breech end of the bbl. The left side flat of the stock has two fine cartouches and an oval cartouche with a Norwich, CT marking. CONDITION: About good. Mottled silver-gray patina with light pitting, sound wood, some light chemical streaking and pitted trigger guard. 4-45861 JL452 (800-1,200)

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600B.

EUROPEAN PERCUSSION MILITARY MUSKET. CAL. about 60. Probably French or Belgian and possibly Confederate used with 37″ oct. to round bbl. Modified square base front sight and 2-position rear sight with four apertures. Iron furniture, 3- bbl bands with tulip head ramrod. The lock is marked “862” in front of the hammer and modified fleur di lis behind the hammer. There is a name stamped on the top flat of the breech that appears to be “TH./EBERL” and the number 20 is on the left flat. The wood is European hardwood. CONDITION: Good, plus. Retains a cleaned gray finish with scattered light pitting. Very good wood and good mechanics. 4-45870 JL453 (750-2,250)

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600C.

EUROPEAN PERCUSSION MILITARY MUSKET. CAL. about 60. Probably French or Belgian and possibly Confederate used with 37″ oct. to round bbl. Modified square base front sight Iron furniture, 3- bbl bands with tulip head ramrod. The lock is marked “860” in front of the hammer and modified fleur di lis behind the hammer. The sideplate is marked “669” and the left flat is marked “115HMY”. The wood is European hardwood. CONDITION: Good, retains a cleaned gray finish with scattered light pitting, missing the rear sight. Very good wood and good mechanics. 4-45867 JL454 (500-1,500)

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600D.

JENKS FLINTLOCK MUSKET. CAL. 69. Standard 1808 pattern with 44-1/2″ bbl, three iron bands with front sight on the rear of the split front band, bayonet lug on the bottom at the muzzle with button head ramrod. Sling loops attached to the middle band and on the trigger plate in front of the trigger guard. The lock plate is marked “JENKS’S/RI/1813” vertically behind the hammer and with an eagle over US in front of the hammer. Appears to have an eagle proof at the breech end of the bbl. The buttstock has an old stamping of “FC” or “FG” just in front of the buttplate. CONDITION: Good. Should clean better being a dark brown patina over all the metal surfaces and very dark dirty wood. 4-45823 JL458 (1,250-1,750)

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600E.

S.N. & W.T.C CIVIL WAR MUSKET. CAL. 58. Standard musket with 40″ bbl, 1863 dated lock plate and bbl. Marked “FOR MASSACHUSETTS” with tulip head ramrod. CONDITION: Good. The metal with a cleaned gray patina, the wood is sound with old crackled varnish, may clean better. 4-45862 JL455 (800-1,200)

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601

UNMARKED BRAND TYPE WHALING GUN WITH LANCE. CAL. 7/8”. 20” part oct. bbl, wooden stock. The iron lance is 17” long and has remains of the wire wrap on the tail. NSN CONDITION: Metal surfaces are heavily pitted and have a very dark patina. The wood is badly damaged and shows numerous repairs with copper strap overlays and some wood filler. 4-45097 X7 (1,500-2,500)

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602

UNMARKED BRAND TYPE WHALING GUN WITH LANCE. CAL. 7/8”. 20” part oct. bbl, iron stock. The 18-3/4″ lance has an altered iron tip, brass body and iron tail. Part of a lead (?) cover with wire wrap remains. Notches are cut about 1 5/8” back from the tip. SN 10. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with moderate pitting. 4-45098 X8 (2,000-3,000)

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604

FINE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR FIELD GRADE OFFICER’S FROCK COAT. A tailor made field grade officer’s uniform, finely tailored by Hatfield & Sons, New York for a Civil War officer ranked Major to Colonel. Manufactured of fine black wool broadcloth with a double breasted front having two rows of 7- buttons down the breast and three cuff sized buttons on each of the functional cuffs. Each of the matched buttons are back-marked “Shannon, Miller & Crane, New York.” Each shoulder is fitted with cloth covered hardware for dress epaulets. No evidence of shoulder strap insignia exists. The interior is lined with dark green polished cotton, heavily quilted at the breast. Each sleeve is lined with fine off-white colored silk. The bottom edge of the tails are un-hemmed and there are two pockets in the tails, and one in each breast. A marvelous example of a tailor made officer’s uniform frock coat from the Civil War period. CONDITION: Excellent. Virtually no mothing exists, just some light fading and staining at seams and edges from light use and storage. The interior finishes are magnificent. 4-45400 CW (6,000-8,000)

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605

FINE AMERICAN MILITARY INDIAN WAR PERIOD STAFF CAPTAIN’S UNDRESS UNIFORM SACK COAT. An excellent example of a non-regulation staff officer’s fatigue uniform coat manufactured by private tailor “John G. Haas, Lancaster, Pa.” and so tagged at the back of the neck. This finely tailored and made officer’s coat is of black wool with dark green tape edge decoration at the edges of the fall-front collar and down the breast. The five-button front has Horstmann marked 3-piece U.S. staff officer buttons. The functional cuffs have three buttons each. The sack type coat is straight without vents and is only partially lined at the breast and shoulders. Sleeves are lined in a striped white polished cotton. The interior has flat felled seams with all edges trimmed in dark green silk. There are two large interior pockets. Each shoulder bears its orig. Captain of Staff shoulder strap rank insignia. An excellent example of finely made (and costly) American Indian War period officers fatigue coat. CONDITION: Excellent. The coat has only minor moth spots here and there. The edge trim is worn a bit at the top breast. All buttons match and are orig., the label is clear. 4-45403 CW (1,000-1,500)

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606A.

AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD STAFF OFFICER’S KEPI. A very nice late example of an officer’s kepi circa 1880-90. Of dark blue wool broadcloth with a low profile. The front rise measures 1.25″ with a 4″ back seam. The headband is decorated with a single strand of gilt wire and the front has an old English “U.S.” embroidered in silver wire within a gold wreath directly on the hat (not an applied patch). The brim is of tarred leather and the decorative chin strap of gold roping. The interior is lined in a ribbed brown cotton with a narrow leather sweatband. CONDITION: Very good, the body of the hat shows little wear and no mothing. The tarred leather visor has much surface cracking and old paper stuck to the surface from poor storage. 4-45404 CW (500-700)

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607

AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD GREAT COAT. Dating to the period 1880-90, a privately made caped overcoat non-regulation made for a state national guard. Dbl-breasted, 6-button down each side. The cape has 8 cuff sized buttons. One button on each sleeve and 2 at the rear waist. Dark blue wool. The lining of the cape is white cotton twill. The exterior of the cape is faded lightly. The interior lining is black shiny satin twill. Fully lined to the bottom of the skirts. There is an embroidered tag sewn above the left pocket reading “DeMoulin Bros. & Co. Greenville Ill.” The sleeve lining is the same as the interior body. A hanging chain is present in the back of the collar above a sewn in square tag embroidered “28.” A cotton printed size tag is inside the interior pocket marked with the manufacturer’s name and “Chest 36″. There are two brass hook & eye closures at the neck. Buttons are back marked. “Waterbury Button Co. Conn.” CONDITION: Light wear overall, some fading, particularly to the cape. Very good. 4-45247 CW (500-800)

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608

RARE CASED SET OF AMERICAN CIVIL WAR PERIOD MEDICAL STAFF DRESS EPAULETS. A wonderful cased pair of extremely rare field grade Civil War medical staff officer’s dress epaulets. Both are made of gilt cloth with heavy twisted wire fringe and gilt brass crescents. Each bears an early period 2-piece high domed eagle button. The gilt embroidered pillows are ornately decorated with a laurel leaf wreath encircling a the silver embroidered old English letters “M.S.” The undersides are of bright red patent leather with red silk pads and brass hardware. The rank insignia, once pinned to each shoulder board is now missing. The set of extra rich epaulets are cased in a japanned tin case with an oval interior compartment, hinged lid and closing latch. No markings are found. CONDITION: Fine, the epaulets show very little tarnish and remain quite bright. Each shoulder board shows the evidence of pinned rank insignia, now missing. The undersides are excellent. The tin case is also excellent with light exterior scratching and minor losses to finish. 4-45409 CW (3,500-4,500)

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609

FINE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S CASED DRESS CHAPEAU. A rarely seen piece of important Civil War headgear. A fine dress chapeau manufactured and marked “The Warnock Uniform Company/ 19 & 21 W. 31st St./New York” both in the case and interior of crown. The beaver felt hat stands 5” tall with two wide silk ribbons laid diagonally across the front and a tilted cockade of pleated black silk ribbon overlaid by a rectangular gilt cloth badge with an embroidered spreadwinged eagle and stars, secured by a three piece U.S. staff officer’s button at the base. Each tip of the chapeau is adorned with a large gilt wire tassel. The entire hat is overlaid with three black ostrich plumes. The interior has a 1 3/4″ wide cordovan leather sweat band and the crown is lined in quilted black silk marked in gold by the maker. The chapeau is held in a japanned tin case. CONDITION: Excellent. The chapeau shows little wear and is quite sharp. The case shows light scratching to exterior surfaces. 4-45410 CW (1,500-2,000)

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610

SUPERB PAIR OF CIVIL WAR DIARIES BELONGING TO JAMES H. ROBSON, CO. E, 8TH NEW YORK CAVALRY. These two diaries are complete, mostly in period ink and record Robson’s war experiences beginning on January 1, 1862 and continuing through December 31, 1862 in one diary and other begins January 1, 1864 and finishes on December 31, 1864. Much other information, cash accounts, list of officers, etc. are present in both. Both are kept in an old (not Civil War period) denim case. 1) The 1862 diary is in a leather bound book with closing strap embossed “Diary 1862.” Inside the front cover is “James H. Robson/Johnsons Creek/Niagra, Co./NY.” Also recorded are his revolver serial numbers (appears that he had two at different times). Each day recorded in period ink starts with the weather and two or three sentences of activities. He records the receipt of Sharps carbines, new caps, uniform items, etc. along the way. Notes on the battle of Winchester and Harpers Ferry are noted around May, and September. There is much about saber drill, changes in regimental commanders and general statements about health, etc. A cash account is kept in the rear with a complete roster of Co. E, 8th Regt. N.Y. Cavalry. CONDITION: The leather cover is torn in a couple of places, pages are lightly foxed and yellowed from age. All handwriting is clear and exceptionally legible. 2) The second diary is paper bound and titled “Daily Pocket Remembrancer 1864” Robson’s writing is much the same here. He begins with picket duty near Warrenton, Culpeper and on to Cedar Mountain. Records battle action at Hanover Junction and Malvern Hill. He talks of being wounded on a charge toward the Nottowa River, then off toward Petersburg, etc. A lot of small battle action here, railroad destruction, taking and guarding Rebs., etc. CONDITION: Only the back cover remains, pages are dog eared and a few are loose but none missing. A wonderful pair of Union cavalry diaries, well executed in ink, very legible and full of lots of interesting information and battle accounts. 4-45225 CW (2,000-3,000)

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611

AMERICAN MILITIA INFANTRY CHAPEAU. A good example of an early American militia period chapeau being a 10″ tall bi-corn Infantry officer’s chapeau made of beaver skin. The front face is decorated with two, 2″ wide woven decorative silk bands positioned diagonally. The center is decorated with a large silk cockade measuring 7″ in diameter and overlaid with four strands of twisted decorative silver wire braid secured by a single silver ball type button at the base. The frontal decoration is finished with a silver wire tassel on a string which falls below the base of the hat. The back side of the chapeau is plain. All interior finishes are missing. A classic early American militia chapeau dating to the period 1815-1830. CONDITION: Fair. While the chapeau presents a wonderfully aged appearance, there are numerous breaks at the edges with minor losses to beaver felt. The outside surfaces are worn smooth and all decorative material is worn with edges tattered. No interior lining remains. 4-45411 CW (1,400-1,600)

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612

AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD OFFICER’S DRESS CHAPEAU. Conforming to the 1872 regulation, this officer’s chapeau stands 4 1/2″ high and is made of beaver felt with two diagonally set silk ribbon decorations. Each tip is adorned with gilt wire tassels and the entire hat is overlaid with two black ostrich plumes. The front bears a large oval black silk cockade surmounted by a rectangular gilt embroidered badge with an applied brass eagle insignia and a 3-piece U.S. Staff officer’s button. The interior is of quilted black silk with an inset crown of black silk. The crown is stamped “Warnock & Co..New York…” in gold ink. CONDITION: Very good, the hat shows light wear with minor fraying to edges and interior lining. 4-45401 CW (500-700)

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613

LOT OF TWO EARLY MILITARY DRESS HATS. 1) EUROPEAN MILITARY DRESS CHAPEAU. A beaver skin dress military chapeau circa 1860-90 standing 6 1/2 ” tall with a beaver felt body and 2 1/4″ wide band of silk ribbon on the edges. Each tip bears a large rosette of concentric gilt wire circles with a double headed eagle seal in the center. The front has a double wide gilt braid band secured with a two piece military button bearing the symbol of a crested double headed eagle. The interior is lined in white silk with a makers mark now illegible and a 2 1/4″ wide sweat band. CONDITION: Fair, the hat shows much use and uncleaned dust from years of storage. Edges are tattered but the chapeau is strong without breaks or fractures. 2) LATE PERIOD ENGLISH TRI-CORN HAT. A beaver skin traditional tri-corn hat dating to the period 1900-1930. Typical and traditional fine British made ceremonial tri-corn of beaver felt with a 1 1/2 ” wide gilt cloth ribbon trim to all outside edges. The back turned brim has a double ribbon band running vertically and terminating in a gilt cloth covered button. The interior is lined in fancy creme colored silk with a gathered crown and quilted sweatband. Maker marked “Tress & Co., London”. CONDITION: Very good with wear to beaver felt, light staining to interior lining. The threads securing the two front flaps to the crown are broken. 4-45412; 45414 CW (850-1,000)

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614

CIVIL WAR BATTLE RATTLE. Wooden construction noise maker, round, about 9″ long overall with a 3″ dia. ball on the end covered with lead sheathing secured with copper nails. CONDITION: Very good. Body retains most of its old red paint. The flapper possibly has an old repair. The lead is oxidized, everything works fine. 4-45178 JL343 (200-350)

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615

US MEXICAN WAR MILITIA OFFICER’S BELT AND TWO- PIECE BUCKLE. Cast brass and gold washed 2-pc waist belt plate c. 1840 in high Victorian style. The tongue has a spread-winged eagle and is inset into a frame with scrolls and oak leaves, somewhat crudely cast. The belt is of bridle leather painted white with a red scalloped, applied lather border. Typical of those belts worn for dress by militia officers of the period. CONDITION: Good. Belt plate shows medium to dark patina with gilt highlights. The belt is flexible but heavily worn. Approximately 50% of the red scalloped edging lost and much surface cracking and faded color. 4-44022 CW23 (600-800)

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616

INCREDIBLE GROUP OF ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD CONFEDERATE BURIAL SITE RELICS EXCAVATED NEAR “THE SUNKEN ROAD.”. Recovered in the early 1960’s from a section of privately owned land just behind “The Sunken Road” on the Antietam Battlefield (Maryland), these relics are obviously from a grave site containing several Confederate soldiers. The lot consists of two large sections of preserved cloth, one a homespun butternut colored wool and the other a from a linen shirt. There are pieces of shoes, leather belts, a cap box, bayonet scabbard, belt with Confederate brass “wishbone” tongue frame buckle, various buttons, a lead canteen spout and other interesting relics. Included are the relics of a pair of brogans with X-ray film showing the possible inclusion of human bone inside. An extremely rare collection from a burial trench near one of the hardest fought sections of a great American Civil War battlefield. CONDITION: All pieces are excavated and show heavy corrosion and deterioration. The cloth is a remarkable survivor!! With a little cleaning and preservative treatment, these wonderful relics would make an historic and impressive exhibit. The Confederate cloth, leather and frame buckle are worth bidding on it alone. 4-45264 CW (3,500-5,000)

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617

LOT OF CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S EMBROIDERED SHOULDER STRAP INSIGNIA. The lot consists of three pair and one single as follows: 1) Triple deluxe pair of 2nd Lieutenant of Staff shoulder straps. This pair has triple bordered edges and measure 2 1/8″ X 5.” Black velvet center. Open backs with sewn edges and paper backing. CONDITION: Excellent, gold embroidery is dull, velvet centers are dark and unfaded. Some minor loss to paper backing. 2) Double rich pair of 2ND Lieutenant of Cavalry should straps. This pair has double embroidered borders and measures 1 1/2″ X 4 3/4.” The centers are yellow velvet with sewn backs and coarse woven linen backing. CONDITION: Fine, the embroidery is tight, a few loose stitches here and there, the velvet centers retain a dull yellow color. 3) Standard deluxe Major of Staff shoulder straps made by Horstmann Bros. & Co. Philadelphia. A nice pair with single embroidered edges, black velvet centers and gilt oak leaf rank insignia. These have leather backs with gold embossing showing a standing liberty figure with the Horstmann company name above and below. The leather backs have integral brass folding attachment pins. A very rare marked pair. CONDITION: Good, one strap shows mothing in three places, the other is fine. All embroidery is dark. The leather backs and attachment pins are fine. 4) Single (one strap only) standard strap for Captain of Infantry. Single border embroidery on light blue wool centers with two captain’s bars at each end. The back is sewn with a tarred canvas insert. CONDITION: Shows wear with a couple of small breaks in border. 4-45215; 45221 CW (1,500-2,500)

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618

LOT OF AMERICAN MILITARY LEATHER, BINOCULARS, TELESCOPE AND KEPI. A mixed lot of the following U.S. Military items: 1) Civil War U.S. officer’s sword belt and plate. Bridle leather sword belt with Model 1851 eagle belt plate. The belt has two sword straps with brass clips, the belt plate is a cast brass Model 1851 eagle plate with narrow tongue. CONDITION: Fair, the leather is extremely dry and powdery with red rot. Some preservative treatment will help this belt a great deal. Leather is flexible but in need of a lot of attention. The belt plate is dark and uncleaned. 2) U.S. Indian War period Palmer brace system. Patented backpack brace system adopted by the U.S. Government in 1879. Leather shoulder pad and straps. CONDITION: Very good, leather is lightly flaked, and a bit dry. The brace is strong and flexible, however. 3) U.S. Indian War saber hanger. 1872 sword hanger with brass belt hook and two sword straps. CONDITION: Very good, leather is a bit dry and slightly crackled but still strong. 4) Civil War period brass telescope measures 6 3/4″ closed and 18 1/2″ fully extended. Outer bbl is covered in leather. The type widely used by officers during the Civil War. CONDITION: Excellent, leather covering is about mint, brass is a bit tarnished, optics are excellent. 5) Civil War period binoculars. A very nice pair of early binoculars, unmarked with brass frame and barrels. Sun shades and extending eye pieces are painted black, body is brass. CONDITION: Excellent, uncleaned with medium patina overall. They operate well and optics are excellent. 6) Union kepi. An extremely well made reproduction kepi probably from the early 1970’s. Its construction is authentic in every detail except the use of Indian war period chin strap buttons. On the crown is a felt corps badge, authentic artillery insignia and the number “8.” This kepi could easily fool the most experienced collector. The sweat band, buttons and a few other minor details are giveaways! 4-45209, 45195, 45205, 45192, 45252 CW (600-800)

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619

GOOD LOT OF CIVIL WAR AND EARLIER NEWSPAPERS, DOCUMENTS, ENVELOPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, PRINT AND DISCHARGE, ETC. A mixed lot consisting of early newspapers dated NY: 1812, Phila.:1803, N.Y.:1862, Norfolk (Va.): 1812 and Rochester:1864. Three full color Civil War patriotic envelopes; Confederate $10 bill, Discharge for Wm. H. Ely, 8th NY(1861), Discharge for Chas. A. Stewart 77th NY (1864) and framed discharge for Charles McKill, 15th U.S. Infantry (1877). U.S. Military Telegraph to Lt. Col. Easton (re: horses, mules and wagons for artillery) from Nashville. 1882 print of Libby Prison (Barlow, Richmond, Va.) In old Victorian frame. Framed albumen photograph (image size 6″ X 8″) of senior officer and his staff of five and two civilian gentleman standing on a white painted columned porch. CdV of a seated woman “Belle F. Robins Scott, 1864.” Quarter plate tintype of a standing Zouave soldier in front of painted backdrop, cased. Sixth plate tintype of standing infantryman, no case. Sixth plate tintype of seated soldier with half case and thumbnail tintype of soldier, cased. CONDITION: A good to very good, newspapers are well preserved, envelopes are crisp, Confederate $10 note is poor with tape repairs, discharges are all very good. Albumen is very nice, frame is poor. All tintypes are dark but images are visible. The standing Zouave is clear with unfortunate flexing and surface scratching…was once a great image, now just OK. 4-45232; CW (1,000-1,500)

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620

COLLECTION OF U.S. CIVIL WAR INFANTRY ENLISTEDMAN’S ACCOUTERMENTS. A group of Civil War leather gear with bayonet and canteen as follows: 1) Civil War enlisted man’s waist belt and plate. Black bridle leather waist belt with brass keeper and oval lead filled, stamped brass “US” belt plate. CONDITION: Fair, leather is very dry and belt is broken in two places. Nice uncleaned belt plate. 2) 58 caliber cartridge box and plate. Standard U.S. Model 1855 musket box, unmarked. Black leather with excavated cartridge box plate affixed to front flap. CONDITION: Good, leather is dry and surface cracked but most seams are strong. Closing tab is split, cartridge tins are missing but belt straps are good. 3) Percussion cap pouch. Black leather pouch with illegible makers mark on inner flap. Two thin belt loops on reverse. CONDITION: Fair, leather is dry and crackled, interior wool and pick are missing. 4) Colt pistol cartridge box. Small black leather pouch for the .44 caliber Colt Army pistol cartridges. Single flap with two belt loops. CONDITION: Fair, leather is dry and flaked on the edges. 5) Civil War 58 caliber bayonet and scabbard. Standard 58 caliber bayonet marked “US” with dot over top and “F” below. Leather scabbard with brass tip and riveted belt loop. CONDITION: Very good. The bayonet has a light gray patina with no pitting. The scabbard is strong with light flexing. 6) Civil War tin “bull’s-eye” canteen. A nice example of the standard U.S. “bull’s-eye” type canteen. No cover, stopper or chain. Lead spout marked “Porter & Sons/Phila.”, three strap guides. It is accompanied by a short leather, buckled strap which may not be period. CONDITION: The cover, stopper and chain are missing. The body of the canteen has only a few minor dents. The strap is very good and flexible. 4-45191, 45208, 45204, 45207, 45210, 45199 CW (1,500-2,000)

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621

LOT OF CARTRIDGES, EXCAVATED BULLETS AND BULLET MOLD. An interesting lot which contains many rare Civil War and later cartridges (100 or more) including a group of 10+ Sharps linen cartridges, a Civil War bullet in wood, numerous large caliber (45/70, 50/70) cartridges, a box (not full) of .41 Swiss cartridges, a few early small and large caliber revolver cartridges and a number of Civil War bullets both Union and Confederate. The lot is completed by a large iron bullet mold for a rifle bullet approximately 45 caliber. CONDITION: Good, a few of the fragile paper and cloth cartridges are broken, most brass cartridges are in good shape. The excavated bullets are oxidized and the bullet mold is pitted. 4-45226, 45229, 45227, 45198, 45260 CW (300-600)

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622

LOT OF TWO PAIRS OF INDIAN WARS SHOULDER BOARDS. 1) Pair of American Indian War Period Dress Russian Enlisted Shoulder Knot Rank Insignia. A matched pair of Russian shoulder knots (circa 1880-90) with dark blue wool pads having the numeral “2″ embroidered in gold on each. The knots are of gilt cloth wire each with a general service eagle button. The undersides are of black wool with brass hardware. CONDITION: Excellent. 2) Rare pair of American Indian War period medical officer’s Russian shoulder knot rank insignia. A matched pair of shoulder knots (circa 1880-90) with black wool pads having captain’s rank insignia embroidered in silver wire framing the old English letters “M.D.” in the center of each. Knots are of gilt cloth wire. The undersides are of black wool with nickel plated brass hardware marked “Warnock & Co.” 4-45402 (500-800)

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622A

PRE CIVIL WAR OFFICERS’ EPAULETS. Pr of early American Militia Infantry officer’s epaulets. A very nice pair of early (circa 1830-40) Infantry field officer’s dress epaulets. Silver embroidered pr of epaulets with silver-plated crescents, heavy gauge fringe and American eagle 1-pc buttons. Undersides are of tin with white silk padding. CONDITION: Good, they are uncleaned and present a very good appearance with some minor dents in silver-plated crescents, all embroidery is strong. The undersides show wear and are a bit tattered. 4-45413 (300-500)

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622B

PAIR OF EUROPEAN PUTTEES. Pair of wool leggings. Probably European, very well made pair of light brown or tan colored wool leggings or puttees with 6 composite buttons each circa 1900-1920. Each is partially lined with an unbleached cotton material. Unmarked. CONDITION: Near mint, shows little or no use. CONDITION: 4-45406 (100-200)

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623

LOT OF TWO AMERICAN SOCKET BAYONETS, SCABBARDS AND BELT. 1) US .58 caliber socket bayonet, unmarked in a partial later steel scabbard. CONDITION: Good, all metal is dark and uncleaned, inappropriate scabbard is stuck on bayonet blade. 2) US 45-70 caliber socket bayonet and scabbard. Late scabbard brass “U.S.” rosette and belt hook. The bayonet is secured to a late period brown leather belt with a cast brass U.S. Navy officer’s 2-piece tongue and wreath type belt plate. CONDITION: Fair. Bayonet shows much orig. blue, now faded dark. The scabbard is fair with a tear in the leather frog and the belt is very strong, the 2 piece belt plate is very nice. 4-45407; 45405 CW (200-300)

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624

LOT OF AMERICAN EPAULETS, HAT CORDS AND BUGLE. A mixed lot of Civil War and earlier goods as follows: 1) Pr of Civil War Enlisted Brass Shoulder Scales: Standard issue stamped brass shoulder scales for the artillery or cavalry jacket. This set retains its mounting hardware. CONDITION: Very good, one still retains its leather covered back, leather is missing from the other. Brass is cleaned bright. 2) Pr of pre-Civil War junior officer’s fringe epaulets. Gilt wire and cloth dress epaulets with narrow wire fringe, braided gilt cloth tops and stamped brass crescents. The undersides are covered in yellow fabric and both retain their orig. paper oval label reading “Hartley & Graham/19 Maiden Lane/New-York.” CONDITION: A little rough around the edges with some fraying and tarnish. Paper labels and undersides are nice. 3) Two Officer’s Slouch Hat Cords. One appears to be a good Civil War period example regulation style in black and gold. The second is probably a bit later but is made of extra rich heavy gold cording, with large acorn ends. CONDITION: Both are in fine condition with the gold cloth now dull. 4) Small Cavalry type bugle. Brass measuring only 10 1/4″ long, single loop, turned bell, and mouthpiece secured to the body by a chain. The bugle is unmarked and probably dates to the Spanish-American War period. CONDITION: Excellent, dark and uncleaned overall but very nice with only minor small denting. Initials marked on the outside and inside of bell. 4-45203, 45250, 45261, 45216 CW (700-1,000)

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625

MIXED LOT OF CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S PERSONAL ITEMS AND MISCELLANEOUS BUTTONS. A nice lot of smaller objects, most of which were typically carried by the common Civil War soldier. The lot consists of, 2 folding pocket knives, one an early horn gripped knife, the other a wooded gripped “penny” knife. 1 brass fleam with three blades, 2 war-dated Indian Head pennies, 1 straight razor, 1 ornate brass jaw harp, 1 “Army” percussion cap tin, 1 primer tin, a very nice folding knife, fork, spoon combination, Civil War period eyeglasses. Included also is a small silver cased set of tiny dice with card faces printed on them, very unusual. The buttons consist of a small lot of “navy” blazer type buttons, a group of tin back U.S. staff buttons and a lot of brass flat coin buttons. Finally, there is one stamped brass eagle militia cap device circa 1840, one Jeff Davis Hardee hat insignia and one small (possibly French) infantry horn insignia. CONDITION: All pieces are in very good to excellent condition. 4-45235 CW (500-600)

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626

LOT OF CIVIL WAR CAVALRY ACCOUTERMENTS IDENTIFIED TO A TROOPER IN THE 8TH NEW YORK CAVALRY. A nice small lot of difficult to find cavalry accouterments accompanied by some documentation to the 8TH NY Cavalry as follows: 1) Pr of Civil War enlisted man’s brass spurs and straps. A nice matched pair of plain cast brass spurs. An unmarked pair with iron rowels and their orig. leather straps and buckles. CONDITION: Very good, the spurs have a nice medium patina, the straps are heavily worn. 2) Pair of Civil War McClellan saddle bags. Brown leather saddle bags with cross-over strap. Each has a large outer flap with strap and buckle closure. Each flap is marked “Lacey, Meeker & Co./Bridgeport, CT” in an oval cartouche. The saddle bags are accompanied by the obituary of Murganzy Hopkins, a former member of the 8th New York Cavalry. CONDITION: Good, the bags are quite dry and flaking here and there. A little preservative treatment would do wonders. The identification needs research. 3) Pair of Civil War saddle holsters. A large pair of Civil War period revolver holsters with their orig. flaps. The bodies of each holster measures 13″ long with heavy brass caps and brass closure finials. The flaps (now separated but complete) are of fine Russian leather backed with a heavy cloth material. The Hopkins (8th NY Cav.) obituary accompanies this pair of rare holsters as well. CONDITION: Leather is dry and untouched. The outer flaps are separated from the holster bodies. Some minor seam separation and scuffing, and cracking to the leather. 4-45193, 45196, 45206 CW (2,500-3,000)

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INLAID PAINTED MARCHING DRUM POSSIBLY CIVIL WAR ERA. This great mahogany drum, believed to be from the Civil War era and features mahogany shell and mahogany rims. It also has paint decorated hoops made with ash and what appears to be a free-hand paint decoration on the shell together with what appears to be bone or ivory insert on the vent hole. A very similar drum acquired from the same source has a maker’s label on the inside (this specific drum does not have the maker’s label but is obviously made by the same maker). The label on the other drum reads “Henry Eisele, Successor to William Sempe Manufacturers of the Bass and Snare Drums 209 & 211 Grand Street, New York N.B. Drum heads, Sticks, Cords, and etc. Constantly on Hand”. SIZE: 17″ dia. x 11″ h. CONDITION: The skin on one side is split, the other side of the drum appears to be good. The leather fibers that go across the surface of the drum are frayed and the drum is somewhat soiled and shows handling marks, but it is generally in good structural condition. 8-86955 (1,500-2,500)

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CIVIL WAR ERA BASE DRUM. Small size drum, 24″ dia. x 13-3/16” wide, wooden bodied with brass and iron tacks. The wood rims are 1-13/16″ wide in their old red paint and have their orig. ropes with leather tighteners. The inside of the drum is marked in old ink writing “SNOREANCE BLAKE/DRUM MAKER/FARMINGTON FALLS/ME”. CONDITION: The heads are fine. The body is stained and soiled but intact retaining most of an old revarnish. The rims are fine and retain 75-80% orig. red paint. A fine Civil War era drum. 4-45391 JL374 (1,000-1,500)

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629

CONFEDERATE USED POCKET WATCH. Gold hunter case key wind pocket watch with an early wood fired locomotive engraved on the cover with surrounding floral and arabesque pattern and engraving. The back cover is engraved “TGR TO S.W. RABB”. The inside back cover is engraved “JOHN WATT RABB/SON OF JOHN GLAZIER RABB/WAS KILLED IN THE BATTLE OF GAINES/MILLS, VA., JUNE 30-1862, WEARING/THIS WATCH, AND CARRYING THE/COLORS OF THE 6TH SOUTH CAROLINAS/REGIMENT”. This is a 16 size watch with single spring loaded cover. This cataloger was unable to open the inside cover to determine the number of jewels or the maker. The dial is unmarked. This watch is accompanied by invoices of sale and a letter from Sumpter Military Antiques dated 1-31-96 transferring it to someone named Thomas. Also accompanying are two packets of copies of archival muster rolls of the 6th Reg’t So. Carolina Infantry listing J.W. Rabbs service beginning in April 1861, appointed Sargent in June 1861 and listing as killed in the battle of Frazers Farm Virginia November 29th 1862. There is also an entry that shows J.W. Rabb as having been killed in the seven days battle in Richmond, VA June 27-30 1862. There are other numerous entries regarding this individual. CONDITION: The cover shows moderate wear. The front cover does not close securely as the inside bezel does not lock down. The back cover closes but does not latch securely. 4-45162 JL344 (2,250-2,750)

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HISTORICAL COLT POCKET REVOLVER WITH DOCUMENTS. CAL: 31. 5” oct. bbl. The back strap is engraved “M.A. Sweetman 114th O.V.I.” Extensive documentation accompanies this lot including copies of his service and pension records, etc. There is also a 25 x 18” gold frame with his discharge certificate, carte des visites, two GAR medals with ribbon, and two patriotic postcards. SN 226485 CONDITION: Gray patina with moderate to heavy pitting on iron surfaces. The front end of the loading lever and the rammer are replacements. The grips show repairs at the toe and have been sanded and refinished. The gold colored frame is like new. Bore is heavily pitted, action is good. 4-45166 FS82 (2,000-3,000)

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PAINTING OF CONFEDERATE NAVAL ENGAGEMENT ATTRIBUTED TO XANTHUS SMITH. This sepia-tone oil on artist board or paper painting depicts a Civil War engagement between a Confederate fort and a large group of Federal iron-clad ships. While we are not certain where this is, it is very possibly Fort Fisher in North Carolina. It is known that in this Naval engagement a number of new iron-sided ships were used in the attack on the fort. The painting is literally filled with incredible activity, excitement and chaos. The painting is unsigned, however we attribute it to Xanthus Smith. Smith was born in Philadelphia in 1839 and at the outbreak of the Civil War, joined the Union Navy. While on the ship Wabash, Smith created a number of drawings and sketches, as well as paintings of Union ships. Some were done as commissions for fellow shipmates and officers. Many of his paintings were of ships and/or Naval related scenes. Sight Size: Approx. 20″ X 13-1/2″. CONDITION: The painting is in generally very good condition with some overall soiling that should clean reasonably well. There are a couple of small, but not detracting, paper losses in the upper left hand sky above the exploding cannon. 4-9999-2 (3,000-5,000)

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TROIANI CIVIL WAR PRINT “THE HIGH WATER MARK”. Fine colorful print 26-5/8″ x 20″ horizontal image, artist proof #36 of 75, artist signed, depicting the Battle of Gettysburg July 3rd, 1863 and the advance of the Confederates of the 14th, 28th, 53rd, 56th and 57th Virginia attacking. Mr. Troiani is noted for his accuracy and precise detail of Civil War battlefields. This print is beautifully double matted and framed in a maroon, gold-lined wood frame. CONDITION: Excellent, as issued with pristine colors and excellent frame. 4-45164 JL410 (1,250-2,250)

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TROIANI CIVIL WAR PRINT ENTITLED “CLEAR THE WAY”. Beautiful Civil War print 25-5/8″ by 26-3/4″ horizontal image of the Irish Brigade (28th Mass Volunteers) at the Battle of Fredricksburg December 13, 1862. Troiani is noted for his accuracy and detail in his art. This is publishers proof #17 of 35. Accompanied by Troiani’s orig. certificate numbered to this print describing this battle. CONDITION: Excellent to mint with one small bruise about the center, a tiny crease outside the image and a tiny loss at one edge. 4-45163 JL403 (2,250-3,250)

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633

LOT OF TWO CIVIL WAR PRINTS. These prints are artist renditions of Lee and Beauregard? with Beauregard in a camp scene and Lee in a battle scene. Both standing with hands on their swords. The artist signatures are not visible. CONDITION: Nicely framed with bright and crisp colors. Fine additions to anyone’s Civil War collections. 4-45118 JL411 (300-600)

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HISTORIC AMERICAN CIVIL WAR HIGH GRADE PRESENTATION SWORD, WAIST BELT AND PLATE OF LIEUTENANT COLONEL MARK FLANIGAN, 24TH MICHIGAN (IRON BRIGADE) INFANTRY BY TIFFANY AND COMPANY, NEW YORK. One of the most historic presentation swords, with significant history related to The Battle of Gettysburg, to be offered for sale at public auction in a number of years. The 24th Michigan Infantry of the famous “Iron Brigade” is one of the most fabled and hardest fought units of the American Civil War and Lt. Colonel Mark Flanigan, formerly the sheriff of Wayne County, Michigan, one of its most valiant and colorful characters. The sword is a high grade presentation non-regulation staff and field officer’s sword from Tiffany & Co., New York. The blade is single edged with a quill back, slightly curved with three fullers running approximately down 60% of each face. The flat panels have an etched design of a spread winged American eagle within a floral panel on one side and a fancy “U.S.” with a floral panel on the other. At the ricasso is stamped “Tiffany & Co./New York.” On the reverse ricasso is stamped the legend “Warranted to cut wrought iron.” The hilt is of gold and silver-plated cast brass with a flat counterguard cast heavily in relief with laurel leaf designs, a miniature sword hilt, furled flags and a circle with “US” set within. The “US” is unusual having the “S” set within the “U.” The oversized quillion is a lion’s head. The single knuckle bow is silver-plate with a twisted cord effect. The pommel cap is backwardly bending full breastplate of Roman armor, complete with skirt and cape, with crested helmet surmounting. The grip is of fine silver with triple twisted silver wire wrap. The scabbard is of gold plated steel, heavily engraved with American flags, Roman armor, weapons, trumpets and acanthus leaf. Just below the throat on the reverse side is a small ribband with “Tiffany & Co.” surmounting a small oval with an Old English “M” within. The throat is silver-plated brass. All three mounts are of silver-plated brass and are heavily engraved and cast in high relief. The ring mounts are raised laurel leaf with ribbon ties. The top mount has a beautifully engraved American eagle perched on the national shield, the middle mount is engraved with a repeating fan-like design and the drag engraved with scrolls, fans and an intertwined “U.S.” The engraved presentation is found on the reverse of the scabbard as follows: Presented to/Lieut. Col. Mark Flanigan/24th Mich. Inf’y/Sheriff Wayne Co. Mich./by his Deputies// Anson Waring/ Martin Lamb/ Jas. McKay/ C.C. Bird/ T.W. Ray/ Francis Hess/ Peter Dixon/ Herman Donstadt/ L.P. Durkee/ John Ochs/ W.Y. Rumney/ J.F. Starkweather/ J.J. Watts/ Seth Goodwin/ Thos. Funke/ Wm. Burke/ P.K. Morris/ Abijah Joy/ Wm. Ringwald PROV: This sword was originally part of the Philip Metacus Collection. We are told a full illustration of the sword is in the book The American Sword published by Man at Arms. Also full page illustration #350 in R.L. Wilson’s book “Steel Canvas”. Included are various photocopies of information relating to Flanigan and his sword. CONDITION: Very Fine. The blade retains much of its orig. armory finish with spotty surface rust at the ricasso and near the tip. The hilt shows light use and some light wear to gold and silver-plating. Hilt is tight. The scabbard is excellent with light surface scratching from normal wear. Neither the sword or the scabbard have been cleaned and retain a medium and attractive patina overall. Flanigan’s waist belt is of fancy red Russian leather, regulation style, having three horizontal bands of gilt wire decoration. The tongue of the belt is embossed in gold leaf “Evans & Hassall/ 418 Arch Street/ Phildela” in an oval. The waist belt plate is a cast brass and gilded U.S. Model 1851 officer’s eagle belt plate. The plate is cast in high relief and is stamped “Evans & Hassall. Phila.” on the narrow tongue. CONDITION: Very good, the leather is flexible, marking very readable, however, shows medium to heavy use. The edges of the belt and straps are scuffed and a bit discolored. Some stitching is loose with minor losses and fraying to the gilt wire decoration. Lieutenant Colonel Mark Flanigan was born in County Antrim, Ireland in 1825, but settled in Detroit, Michigan as a butcher prior to the war. Becoming a community leader he ran for the office of Sheriff of Wayne County and won in 1855. It is that position he held when he offered himself into the service of the United States and was commissioned Lt. Col. On August 15, 1862. The regimental history of the 24th Michigan written in 1962 by Donald L. Smith states that the Detroit Free Press of August 1862 records the presentation of this sword to Lt. Col. Flanigan by the deputies of Wayne County, Michigan (along with presentations to other officers) at a regimental ceremony just prior to leaving for war. The 24th Michigan Infantry of the Iron Brigade needs little introduction to Civil War students. Their service took them to Washington, D.C., Richmond, through the Battle of Fredericksburg, the “Mud March”, Chancellorsville Campaign, Gettysburg (the first infantry force to reach the field under Major General John Reynolds where the 24th Michigan lost over 80% of its men), Mine Run, the Wilderness, Spotsylvania (assault on the salient), Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, and Weldon Railroad. The 24th Michigan was the regiment selected to be the escort of Lincoln’s funeral. Flanigan was conspicuous is his courage and leadership against the enemy in the Battle of Fredericksburg. The 24th faced their real baptism of fire there and were involved in the futile attempts to take Marye’s Heights. Flanigan would be recognized with a brevet promotion to Colonel (March 13, 1865) as a result of his gallantry. Flanigan’s real test of valor, however, came at the Battle of Gettyburg. Flanigan and the 24th Michigan advanced upon Gettysburg along with the 2nd and 7th Wisconsin, and 19th Indiana of the Iron Brigade under Major General John F. Reynolds. In front of C.S. General Archer’s Brigade, the 24th was on the extreme left during a gallant charge which swept over the hill, across Willoughby Run capturing most of the Brigade and General Archer himself. This was a great victory on the first day but not without cost. The 24th Michigan’s color bearer was killed, Adjutant Rexford severely wounded and Lt. Col. Mark Flanigan’s left leg shattered by a Confederate artillery shell. Flanigan would not recover enough from his wounds to continue on with his regiment. With his left leg amputated, Flanigan was honorably discharged on November 21, 1863. In honor of his services and valor Flanigan was subsequently honored with a brevet promotion to Brigadier General on March 13, 1865 “for meritorious conduct in the Battle of Gettysburg, and for services in that engagement.” Flanigan returned to Detroit, took up occupation as an official for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and passed away on October 4, 1886. He is buried in an unmarked grave in Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan (Section D, lot 66). 4-45188 CW (50,000-75,000)

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HIGH GRADE U.S. MODEL 1851 STAFF & FIELD PRESENTATION SWORD MADE BY C. ROBY TO COLONEL HARRY HARRIS DAVIES, NEW YORK. A simply beautifu