Extraordinary October 2015 Firearms Auction
Generates Approximately $15 Million!

Auction: October 5th, 6th & 7th, 2015

Preview: October 2nd - 4th, 2015 and October 5th, 6th & 7th, 2015

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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1000

*UBERTI HENRY “FRANK MCCARTHY BUFFALO TRIBUTE”.

SN W17416. Cal. 44-40 24″ blued bbl with folding rear sight. Brass plated frame. Blued trigger and bbl. #56 of 300 of this series. Left and right of frame shows Indian buffalo hunting scenes surrounded by scroll. High gloss stock, right side embossed “MCCARTHY CA” and flashes of lighting and thunder of hooves. Right side marked “SPLITTING THE HERD”. PROVENANCE: Accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity and other documents that came with gun when new. CONDITION: Excellent, near new. 49323-2 JSL21 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1000

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1001
Revised: 10/4/2015

Please Note: This is a center fire, not a rim fire as noted in the catalog.

WINCHESTER 4TH MODEL 1866 SADDLE RING CARBINE.

SN 163115. Cal. 44 RF, 20″ bbl, gun metal receiver, straight grained walnut stocks. Front sight mounted on bbl, rear ladder sight. Sling swivels in stock and on rear bbl band. Saddle ring on left side of receiver. Steel buttplate with cleaning rod in compartment. “4” is carved into stock behind lower tang. This is a Brazilian military carbine, although the serial number is somewhat outside the range published in books. It was found in Brazil. The arsenal-style repair to the upper tang (having to destroy another receiver) would also indicate probably military issue. CONDITION: Good. Bbl shows a gray-brown finish overall with some roughness at muzzle. Bbl address is clear. Rear ladder sight is good. Bore is dark with only traces of rifling. Rear bbl band is from another rifle. Gun metal receiver shows considerable cleaning with a replaced left sideplate. Rear upper tang has been repaired. Lever, hammer, loading gate, and trigger show gray-brown patina with some roughness. Stocks are good, but have been cleaned and are slightly undersized. Steel buttplate shows a gray-brown patina. Good representative example of a Winchester “Yellow Boy”. 49547-1 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1001

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1002

ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 SRC.

SN 162518. Cal. .44 RF. 20″ bbl, walnut stocks, brass buttplate. CONDITION: Good, no original finish remains on bbl or magazine, bbl address only slightly visible dark bone. Receiver shows old engraving in a scroll style with a vignette of a deer on left side. Stocks have been refinished, action works fine With Cody Firearms Museum research request, confirming features and showing shipment on February 4th, 1884. Colorful old carbine. 49433-7 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1002

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1003

WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL 1866 SADDLE RING CARBINE.

SN 131752. Cal. 44 RF, 20″ bbl, blue finish with gun metal receiver. Plain straight grain walnut stocks, brass buttplate with 3-pc cleaning rod in compartment. All standard features. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube show a blue-brown patinated finish. Bbl address is sharp. Front band screw has been marred. Bore is bright with some staining and powder deposits. Rear sight is very good. Gun metal receiver shows some cleaning but retains a nicely patinated finish with some scratches and mars commensurate with age of rifle. Loading gate shows traces of blue. Buttstock shows some cleaning and is slightly undersized. Forestock is full sized. Very nice early Winchester “Yellow Boy” carbine. 49598-2 TEP C&R (6,000-9,000) – Lot 1003

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1004

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 MUSKET.

SN 570489 B. Cal. 44 WCF 30″ bbl, blue finish, plain oiled walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: Consignor states that musket was found in a box in a mine office out West in the early 1930’s by her father. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Bbl retains 95% bright blue finish with slight pluming and a few miniscule scratches. Bbl bands retain 90% blue with some pluming. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver shows 95% blue with some pluming on the tang and slight handling marks. Little carry wear. Elevator has a small dent. Lever and hammer retain 90% case color with some staining on the bottom of the lever. Stocks are oil finished and show only minor handling marks. Some abrasion in front of middle bbl band on forestock. Buttplate retains 75% case color finish with wear at the heel. 49510-1 TEP C&R (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1004

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1005
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: The bead sight on this is an antique ivory bead sight & thus subject to our ivory policy. (Please see ivory policy).

ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 OBFM RIFLE.

SN 207662. Cal. .32 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish. Oil finished walnut stocks. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very good as refinished, bbl and magazine retain an even plum/brown finish with high point wear and some cleaning at the breech end. Bore is good with visible rifling. Receiver has gray/brown patina with sharp edges. Wood is full-sized, uncleaned and action is tight. Engraving is of a scroll design with vignettes of a buffalo on the left side plate and an elk on the right side plate. Old non-factory engraving. Comes with a Cody Museum letter confirming features and showing shipment on May 3rd, 1886, in a shipment of twenty guns, order number 6148. Colorful old gun. 49433-29 TEP C&R; IVORY (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1005

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1006

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 DELUXE TAKEDOWN RIFLE.

SN 156936. Cal. .45-70. 23″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut stocks, with sling swivel studs. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Fine as refinished, rifle shows 98% blue over all with few mars. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Takedown feature operates. Buttstock and forend are replacements using high grade crotch walnut. Stocks are checkered in a fine diamond pattern. Nice 86 takedown. 49394-7 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1006

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1007

WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 OBFM, TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE INSCRIBED “S.T. PETERS” ON BARREL FLAT AT BREECH.

SN 96058. Cal. 45-70, 26″ bbl, blue finish straight grained walnut stocks with crescent buttplate and steel forend cap. Nickel silver front sight, ladder rear sight. “S.T. Peters” on bbl, possibly name of a past owner. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine show a plum-brown patina with some slight roughness on magazine. Muzzle wear on bbl and some high point wear. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Sights are very good. Receiver retains a considerable amount of bright blue finish fading into plum patina with high point wear and some scratching. Loading gate retains strong traces of fire blue. Hammer and lever retain strong case colors in protected areas. Stocks are very good and full-sized. Stocks show mars and dents commensurate with age of rifle with a dark stain on left side of wrist. Buttplate retains traces of case color. Forend cap retains traces of blue. A very nice identified takedown M 86 rifle. 49598-3 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1007

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1008

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE.

SN 265339. Cal. 32-20, 20″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, straight grain plain walnut stocks with carbine butt. German silver front sight and ladder rear sight. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl and magazine show a considerable amount of blue finish drifting to a pleasing plum patina with muzzle wear on either side and some stains and light scratches. Sights are very good. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains a considerable amount of bright blue finish with high point and carry wear blending into a pleasing brown patina. Loading gate shows traces of fire blue. Saddle ring has been removed from left side of receiver. Lever and hammer retain generous quantities of case color that is vivid in protected areas. Stocks are very good and full-sized with only a few small scratches and dents commensurate with age of rifle. Bbl band has a silver-gray patina. Buttplate has gray-brown patina with wear on heel and toe. A very nice 92 SRC in a great caliber. 49606-2 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1008

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1009

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 ROUND BARREL RIFLE.

SN 561671. Cal. 44-40. 24″ rnd bbl, full magazine blue and case color finish, straight grain walnut stocks with crescent butt, German silver front sight, buckhorn rear sight. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl and magazine retain considerable blue with slight plumming of finish on bbl. Bbl address is sharp. Sights are very good. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Receiver retains a considerable amount of bright blue finish with some flaking and scratching and high point wear. Hammer and lever retain a great deal of case color finish. Varnished walnut stocks are very good and full-sized. Stocks show some slight handling marks and dents. Buttplate shows case color with high point wear on heel and toe. Forend cap shows strong bright blue. A very fine Winchester 92 round bbl rifle. 49548-1 TEP C&R (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1009

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1010

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 OBFM RIFLE.

SN 442758. Cal. .32 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish. Oiled walnut stocks. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl and magazine retain 95% original blue finish with some dry oil caking at the muzzle. Bore is bright with good rifling. receiver retains 90% blue with some browning at the right rear, no carry wear. Hammer and lever show nearly full but dull casecoloring. Buttplate has no finish and has some caking of dry oil, wood is oil finish, full size and never cleaned. Very nice ’92 rifle. 49433-16 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1010

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1011
Revised: 10/5/2015

Please Note: The frame has been reblued.

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SEMI DELUXE OCTAGON BARREL FULL MAGAZINE TAKE DOWN RIFLE WITH BEACH FRONT SIGHT WITH IVORY BEAD AND MARBLE RECEIVER SIGHT.

SN 964847. Cal. 44 W.C.F 24″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered straight grain walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 90% blue with muzzle and high point wear. Beach sight is good. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Take down ring shows 40% blue with some stains. Receiver shows 90% blue with high point wear and a few miniscule scratches, carry wear on bottom of receiver. Hammer shows 50% blue finish with some scratching. Lever shows traces of case color in protected areas with balance turning silver. Receiver sight is in good condition. Stocks are very good with some apparent re-varnish, small repairs at the forward end near receiver, slight handling marks overall, checkering is sharp, pistol grip has a Winchester cap. Forend cap is smooth gray patina. Buttplate is smooth silver patina. Ivory bead in patented sight is “certifiable as pre-ban ivory”. 49059-244 TEP C&R; IVORY (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1011

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1012

WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE ENGRAVED AND GOLD INLAID.

SN 140067. Cal. .32 WCF. 24″ Oct bbl, half magazine, blue finish with engraved and gold inlaid. Highly figured checkered walnut stocks. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished, bbl retains 98% blue finish with a few very small scratches. Bbl has two gold bands around the muzzle, one gold band in front of the forend cap and one gold band at the breech. Bore is frosty with sharp rifling. Receiver retains 98% blue finish with minor handling marks. Receiver is scroll engraved with full coverage on the left and right side, with gold line borders. Hammer, lever and bolt show gold line accents. Engraving is of very good quality and well executed. Stocks are crotch grained walnut with varnish finish, checkering on the grip and forearm, expertly executed. Very nice fancy model 1892 rifle. 49513-10 TEP (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1012

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1013

WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 DELUXE ROUND BARREL FULL MAGAZINE RIFLE WITH LYMAN TANG SIGHT HIGHLY FIGURED CHECKERED STOCK WITH SHOTGUN BUTTPLATE.

SN 17840. Cal. 38-55 26″ bbl, blue finish. Highly figured walnut stocks with checkered pistol grip and forestock. Lyman tang sight. Shotgun buttplate. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 90% blue drifting to plum with some muzzle wear, magazine retains 90% blue drifting somewhat to plum with miniscule scratches. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains 90% blue finish with high point wear and miniscule scratching. Bolt shows 90% blue, loading gate shows 50% fire blue. Hammer shows 90% case colors with most wear at the top. Lever shows 60% case color, vivid on left side and in protected area, most wear is on the loop. Tang sight is very good. Stocks are fine with some scratches and dents commensurate with the age of the rifle. Pistol grip is finely checkered with a Winchester cap, forend is finely checkered with a blue steel cap. Forend cap retains 50% blue with a slight scratch. Shot gun buttplate is very good with a few dents and a clear Winchester logo. Accompanying this rifle is a Cody Museum letter confirming all features except tang sight. Extremely nice second year production deluxe Winchester model ’94 rifle. 49290-1 TEP C&R (7,000-11,000) – Lot 1013

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1014

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 DELUXE HALF ROUND / HALF OCTAGON BARREL, HALF MAGAZINE TAKEDOWN RIFLE WITH HIGHLY FIGURED CHECKERED PISTOL GRIP STOCKS WITH CRESCENT BUTT.

SN 161503. Cal. 32 W.S., 22″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, Lyman front sight and two leaf Lyman fold-down rear sight, and tang sight. Highly figured checkered pistol grip stocks with Winchester sling eyes and crescent buttplate. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this rifle is letter from the Cody Firearms Museum confirming all features and showing shipment on December 24, 1902, and return & repair December 5, 1903. Order #214513. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl and magazine retain considerable blue finish turning plum-brown toward muzzle with slight muzzle wear and a few miniscule scratches. Sights are very good. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Receiver retains a generous amount of bright blue with high point wear at rear top and around takedown ring. Carry wear on bottom of receiver. Some slight scratching. Traces of fire blue on loading gate. Hammer and lever retain a considerable amount of case color in protected areas turning silver on lever loop. Rear tang sight is very good. Stocks are very good and full-sized, and retain much of orig varnish with handling marks and scratches commensurate with age of rifle. Checkering is sharp. Winchester pistol grip cap is very good. Forend cap retains much orig blue. Sling eyes are good. Crescent buttplate shows a silver finish. A very nice Winchester Deluxe rifle with a lot of special-ordered features. 49606-1 TEP C&R (6,500-9,500) – Lot 1014

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1015

WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 HALF ROUND HALF OCTAGON BARREL RIFLE WITH BUTTON MAGAZINE.

SN 112650. Cal. 32 WS 26″ half round bbl, blue finish. Straight grained American walnut stocks. Tang sight, two leaf express sight and Lyman “certifiable antique ivory” bead front sight. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 90% blue with slight muzzle wear and some small scratches and staining, front sight is very good, leaf sight is very good. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains 80% blue with high point wear some scratches and some light cleaning marks. Bolt retains 90% blue. Loading gate shows traces of fire blue. Hammer shows 50% case color. Lever shows 50% case color with some vivid color in protected areas, loop and bottom of lever drifting to a silver/brown patina. Tang sight is very good. Stocks are very good and full sized with a light coat of varnish applied. Buttplate retains 50% blue with wear at the heel and toe. Forend cap retains 95% blue with some high point wear. Magazine cap retains 10% blue/gray finish. A very nice model ’94 rifle in a very good configuration. 49059-43 TEP C&R; IVORY (3,500-5,500) – Lot 1015

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1016
Revised: 10/5/2015

Please Note: This hang tag does not go with this gun. Tag is from 1950’s, gun was made in 1932.

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 OCTAGON BARREL FULL MAGAZINE RIFLE WITH ORIGINAL WINCHESTER HANG TAG.

SN 1082309. Cal. 30 WCF 26″ bbl, blue finish. Plain straight grain walnut stocks. Lyman front sight. With original Winchester hang tag showing model, bbl length and caliber, with a price tag of $29.50. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Nearly new condition, bbl and magazine retain 99% blue finish with only slight high point wear. Receiver retains 99% blue finish with only the slightest handling marks and some dry oil stain. Bolt retains 99% blue. Hammer retains 99% blue. Lever retains 95% blue with some high point wear and a couple of scratches, there is a small rust stain on the bottom of receiver. Stocks are nearly new with and full sized with only miniscule handling marks apparent. Buttplate retains 95% blue with only high point wear at the heel and toe. Forend cap retains 99% blue. Screws are excellent. An opportunity to obtain a standard grade model ’94 OBFM rifle in nearly new and unused condition. Hard to improve upon. 49059-41 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1016

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1017

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 OBFM TAKEDOWN RIFLE.

SN 383926. Cal. .30 WCF. 26″ bbl, blue finish. Oiled walnut stocks. Three leaf express sight with blade front sight. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 85% blue finish. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Magazine shows 85% blue finish, takedown ring 10% blue, receiver shows 80% blue finish with mars and scratches and carry wear, lever and hammer show 50% of the casecoloring. Stocks are full sized, never cleaned with original oil finish. Nice Takedown 94. 49433-13 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1017

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1018

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SADDLE RING CARBINE “TRAPPER” VARIATION WITH 15″ BARREL.

SN 806780. Cal. 30 WCF, 15″ bbl, blue finish, straight grained walnut stocks, carbine buttplate, saddle ring on left side of receiver. Blade front sight, ladder rear sight. PROVENANCE: Accompanied by BATFE letter exempting this carbine from NFA rules. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl shows a generous amount of blue fading somewhat to plum-brown at forward end. Magazine shows very good blue with only slight muzzle wear. Some cleaning at breech of bbl, Bbl band retains traces of blue finish. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Receiver retains some bright blue in protected areas blending into a silver-gray patina with numerous scratches and handling marks overall. Loading gate retains traces of fire blue. Lever and hammer retain some blue in protected areas. Stocks are very good and full-sized with mars, dents, and scratches commensurate to age of rifle. Buttplate shows a gray-brown patina with traces of blue on tang. A very good condition M 94 Trapper as most of this model have seen severe use. 49548-2 TEP C&R (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1018

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1019

*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 LEVER ACTION CARBINE.

SN 970397. Cal. 30 WCF 20” bbl, blue finish, walnut stocks. CONDITION: Very fine. Carbine shows 95% plus of orig blue finish. Some pluming at the front of bbl, left side of receiver shows slight marring and saddle ring wear, right side of receiver shows slight flaking, no carry mark wear, blue on hammer and lever is 95% with some slight speckling, buttplate is 50% blue with some pitting on heel. Stocks are very good, full-sized with no evidence of cleaning. Nice straight grain, very few mars. Really nice 94 carbine. 49468-5 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1019

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1020

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SADDLE RING CARBINE.

SN 925195. Cal. 30 W.C.F. 20″ bbl, straight grain walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and magazine tube retain 98% blue finish with slight muzzle wear and a few small handling marks. Slight scratch at front of magazine tube. Bbl bands retain 95% blue with slight stain on front band. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains 95% blue with high point wear, slight staining, and a few small scratches. Very slight saddle ring wear. Hammer retains 95% blue with slight scratches on front side. Lever retains 95% blue, thinning on bottom. Stocks are very fine and full-sized with only a few slight handling marks. Buttplate retains 95% blue with a few scratches and wear on heel and toe. Very fine M 1894 SRC. Hard to improve upon. 49059-42 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1020

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1021

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION CARBINE JOHN WAYNE COMMEMORATIVE WITH SCABBARD AND AMMUNITION.

SN JW45326. Cal. .32-40 Winchester. 18″ bbl, blue and French gray finish. Highly figured checkered walnut stocks. Engraved receiver. Large lever ring. CONDITION: Very fine, with 99% blue finish on the bbl, bbl bands are French gray. Bore appears unfired. Receiver shows 99% French gray finish with bright blue screws, bolt, hammer and trigger. Engraving on left side shows a stagecoach scene bordered by titles of John Wayne movies. Right side of receiver shows cattle drive scene with titles of John Wayne movies. Breech of bbl is marked “John Wayne Commemorative”. Stocks are figured walnut with fine checkering at the wrist and forend. John Wayne relief plaque inlaid into the right side of buttstock. Scabbard is very fine with a few scuff marks, made by Bianchi and marked “Winchester” Model 94 John Wayne, Commemorative. Full box of .32-40 nickel case cartridges. Nice condition commemorative. 49323-5 TEP (750-1,250) – Lot 1021

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1022

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 DELUXE LEVER ACTION TAKEDOWN RIFLE.

SN 70607. Cal. .405 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish, W.F. Sheard front sight. Straight grain checkered walnut stocks. Lyman receiver sight. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished, bbl shows 98% blue finish with only slight marring. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Receiver shows 98% blue finish overall, with some minor scratches. Hammer shows bright case coloring. Stocks are straight grained varnished walnut and are not undersized, checkered at the wrist and on the forend, ebony insert at front of forend, steel checkered buttplate with 80% blue. Nice big bore ’95. 49394-11 TEP C&R (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1022

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1023

WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 SADDLE RING CARBINE.

SN 401262. Cal. 30 ARMY 22″ bbl, blue finish. Straight grain American walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent, bbl retains 98% blue with slight muzzle wear and just a few stained spots, bbl band retains 90% blue with some flaking. Receiver retains 98% blue with slight high edge wear and slight saddle ring wear. Bolt retains 98% blue with some spotting. Magazine retains 90% blue drifting slightly to brown with a few minor scratches. Lever retains 95% blue with some high point wear and a minor scratch. Magazine and lever show operation mark. Stocks are very fine and full sized with very few mars or dings, forend and hand guard are also fine. Forward edge of hand guard is still sharp. Very fine ’95 SRC that will be almost impossible to improve upon. 49059-47 TEP C&R (3,500-5,500) – Lot 1023

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1024

WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 SEMI DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE WITH LYMAN IVORY BEAD FRONT SIGHT AND LYMAN RECEIVER SIGHT.

SN 5451. Cal. 30 US 28″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered straight grained walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 80% blue with some muzzle wear and thinning at the forward end and slight staining on top of bbl. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains 60% blue with high point wear and some flaking, right side of receiver has some staining, Lyman receiver sight shows 10% blue, sight functions well. Magazine shows 20% blue blending with a smooth brown patina. Lever shows 10% blue blending into a smooth brown patina. Stocks are very good and full sized. Stocks show handling marks and a few dents commensurate with the age of the rifle. Checkering is sharp with a few small dents, ebony insert in schnabel tip, buttplate retains 10% blue mostly on the tang, balance is silver/gray patina. Stock and bbl have Winchester sling eyes mounted. A very good model ’95 semi deluxe rifle in a good caliber. Lyman sight contains “certifiable antique ivory” bead. 49059-50 TEP C&R; IVORY (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1024

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1025

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE WITH MATTED RECEIVER.

SN 108468. Cal. 35 WCF 24″ round bbl, blue finish. straight grained American walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 95% blue with slight muzzle wear, a few scratches and a few stains. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Receiver shows 95% blue finish overall with slight high point wear and few scratches, receiver is factory matted on the front ring with WP proof applied to the side. Bolt shows 50% blue, some light cleaning. Magazine shows 80% thinning blue. Hammer shows 20% finish. Lever retains 90% blue finish with some dents and scratches on the bottom and staining inside loop. Stocks are very good and full sized, with a slight chip missing at the front of the wrist on left side, very few handling marks and scratches. Buttplate retains 70% blue with wear at the heel and toe. Forend has an ebony insert at the Schnabel tip. Really nice model 1895 Winchester in a very desirable caliber. 49059-46 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1025

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1026

*WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE WITH BOLT PEEP SIGHT AND SLING, STRAIGHT GRAINED CHECKERED PISTOL GRIP STOCKS.

SN 7777. Cal. 348 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish, checkered pistol grip walnut stocks. Factory bolt peep sight and tooled leather sling. Winchester quick-detach sling swivels. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Bbl retains 80% blue drifting to plum toward muzzle, staining on both sides of bbl, and some light scratches. Slight muzzle wear. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Magazine shows 90% blue. Cap shows 10% blue. Receiver retains 90% bright blue with high point wear, a few scratches, and slight carry wear at bottom of receiver. Lever and hammer retain 50% blue. Bolt retains 95% blue. Factory bolt peep sight is very good and shows 50% blue. Loading gate is bright. Stocks are very good. Pistol grip has sharp checkering with a few mars and bruises. Buttstock has a few mars and bruises and slight staining at butt. Buttplate shows a gray-brown patina. Forestock is very good with slight staining at receiver. Forend cap retains 80% blue. A very nice Deluxe M 71 with rare bolt peep sight. 49583-1 TEP C&R (2,000-4,000) – Lot 1026

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1027

*WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

SN 43010. Cal. .348 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut stocks. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Very fine. Rifle retains 98% bbl blue, turning slightly plum with slight muzzle wear. Bore is very good. Ramp front sight. Receiver shows 98% blue. Lever and hammer show 98% matte blue. Wood is fine with miniscule handling marks present. Checkered pistol grip with steel cap. Checkered forend with blue steel cap. Blue steel buttplate with 90% blue. Winchester quick detach sling swivels. Very nice Model 71 Deluxe. 49394-35 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1027

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1028

*WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE RIFLE.

SN 37197. Cal. .348 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut stocks with steel buttplate and factory quick detach sling swivels. Redfield receiver sight. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Fine as refinished, bbl shows 98% blue with small handling marks at the muzzle. Receiver shows 95% blue, there are three extra holes drilled in the left side of the receiver to mount a scope. Hammer and lever show 98% blue. Stocks show 98% of fine refinish. Buttplate shows 90% blue. Nice hunting rifle. 49394-12 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1028

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1029

*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION “DEER RIFLE” WITH RARE BOLT PEEP SIGHT AND RAMP FRONT SIGHT, RARE DOUBLE-SET TRIGGERS.

SN 1327916. Cal. 219 Zipper, 26″ bbl, blue finish, checkered straight grain walnut stocks with pistol grip, sling swivel mounts, and steel buttplate. Peep sight mounted on bolt. Orig double-set triggers. Left side of receiver tapped for scope mount. Winchester pistol grip cap, Winchester sling swivel mounts, and Winchester steel buttplate. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl shows a good amount of blue finish turning slightly plum toward muzzle, slight muzzle wear and a few scratches. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains considerable bright blue finish with some marring of left and right side and some carry wear, high point wear and a few scratches. Bolt peep sight is very good. Hammer and lever retain considerable blue finish. Set triggers need adjustment. Stocks are very good and full-sized with sharp checkering. Buttplate retains some bright blue turning to plum patina. Pistol grip cap is very good. Forend cap shows plum-blue finish. A very nice M 64 “Deer Rifle”. 49394-53 TEP C&R (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1029

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1030

*RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION “DEER RIFLE” WITH 20″ BARREL.

SN 1369841. Cal. 30 WCF. 20″ bbl, blue finish, plain straight grain pistol grip stocks, steel buttplate, and 2/3 magazine. “Deer Rifle” with original carbine-length bbl. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 85% blue turning plum toward muzzle. Some scratches and stains on top of bbl. Slight muzzle wear. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Receiver retains 85% blue drifting to a plum patina. High point wear, some slight scratching, and minor carry wear. Bolt shows 95% blue. Hammer and trigger show 50% blue. Stocks are very good with marring and scratches commensurate with age of rifle. A few small dents on left side of buttstock. Stocks have been lightly varnished. Steel buttplate shows 20% blue with wear on heel and toe. Forend cap shows 90% blue with some slight scratches. Magazine tube and cap show 90% blue. A very nice and rare Winchester M 64. 49583-3 TEP C&R (800-1,200) – Lot 1030

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1031

*WINCHESTER MODEL 65 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

SN 1005945. Cal. .218 Bee. 24″ bbl, blue finish. Varnished walnut stocks. Lyman tang sight. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 80% blue finish it is starting to turn plum, bore is good. Receiver shows 80% blue finish also turning plum in certain areas, small scratches and handling marks. Lever retains 30% blue. Stocks show 90% varnish, buttstock may be a replacement but fits very well. Hard to find rifle, rare caliber. 49394-13 TEP C&R (2,000-2,500) – Lot 1031

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1032

CUSTOM ENGRAVED MARLIN MODEL 1889 LEVER ACTION DELUXE RIFLE WITH FIGURED STOCK.

SN 44927. Cal. .38 WCF. 24″ bbl, blue finish with gold inlay, highly figured checkered stocks with pistol grip. Accompanied by a small size period of use Elgin pocket watch, with fob. CONDITION: Very fine, as refinished after engraving. Bbl shows 98% blue finish with only slight wear. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Receiver retains 98% blue overall. Lever and hammer retain 90% blue overall. Receiver is engraved with scroll coverage and a vignette on left side of a hunter shooting a grizzly bear inlaid in gold. Right side of receiver shows a tiger and deer inlaid in gold bordered by gold line and scroll engraving. Hammer and lever have gold accents. Breech end of bbl is scroll engraved. Stocks are highly figured crotch walnut with fine checkering on pistol grip and forend. Forend cap has gold accents. Crescent buttplate retains 90% blue. Watch is in good condition and works. There is a small diamond chip set into the back of case. Very attractive set. 49513-9 TEP (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1032

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1033

*MARLIN MODEL 1894 SEMI-DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

SN 326368. Cal. .25-20. Fine rifle with 24″ tapered oct bbl, half magazine, combination front sight with “certifiable antique red dyed ivory” bead, slot blank in rear seat and a locking Lyman tang sight. Mounted with very nicely figured, shell grain American walnut that has A-style checkered forearm and serpentine grip buttstock with Marlin trademark embossed hard rubber buttplate. Left side of upper tang, under the wood has matching SN which is also found in top tang channel of buttstock. The model 1894 Marlin was a fine and reliable rifle. The small bore .25-20 cal., was not considered to be a big game cartridge and as such was usually relegated to boys and ladies use for small game & garden pests. Small bore rifles of that era are rarely found with high orig finish or good bores. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl & magazine tube retain about all of a very fine, high quality restored finish. Receiver, lever and hammer retain strong case colors, turned silver on bottom of receiver and outer faces of lever. Bolt retains about 95% bright blue. Wood is sound showing a fine restored finish. Mechanics are crisp. Bright shiny bore. 49059-245 JR C&R; IVORY (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1033

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1034

*MARLIN MODEL 97 OBFM RIFLE.

SN 345579. Cal. .22 S.L.LR. 24″ bbl, blue finish. Walnut stocks. CONDITION: Good, bbl and tube shows 80% blue with a lot of dry oil stains. Receiver shows 80% of a gray/blue finish that has dulled with age. Stocks are custom made and not original to the rifle, LOP on the buttstock is 15-1/2″ there is a cheek piece on the left side of the stock, steel buttplate with trapdoor compartment. The forestock has a unique bbl band and a very fat profile, forestock is 12-1/2″ l. Upper tang is missing rear sight filler screws. A very unique rifle built for somebody with very long arms. 49433-23 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1034

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1035
Revised: 10/2/2015

Please Note: This is a conversion to takedown and it is refinished.

*MARLIN MODEL 1895 LTD-III TAKEDOWN LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

SN III00022. Cal. 45-70. 18″ oct bbl, takedown, blue finish, straight grain walnut stocks with shotgun buttplate. Brass bead front sight, Buckhorn rear sight. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and magazine tube retain nearly all blue finish with only slight high point wear. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Sights are very good. Receiver shows nearly all orig blue finish with only slight high point wear. Hammer and lever show nearly all orig blue finish with only some slight high point wear. Stocks are very good, full-sized, and show only slight handling marks. Hard rubber buttplate is very good. Forend cap shows nearly all of orig blue finish. A very nice high finish early numbered special issue Marlin rifle. 49417-94 TEP (800-1,200) – Lot 1035

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1036

MARLIN BALLARD RIGBY NO 6-1/2 SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE.

SN 28164. Cal. 38-55. 28″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, checkered pistol grip stocks with Farrow pattern light Swiss butt. Spirit level front sight, Vernier mid-range rear tang sight. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 90% blue with some thinning, very good bore. “Ballard” engraved on top flat, receiver shows 80% case colors with few apparent mars. Hammer, breechblock and lever show 80% case color, some browning on the lever. Stocks are very good with checkered pistol grip and forend with horn cap, stocks retain 90% orig finish with some bruising on the buttstock. Buttplate shows 10% case color with the balance turning silver. Engraving is very high quality with a vignette of a running deer on left side bordered by scroll, right side of receiver shows a vignette of a bear, also surrounded by fine scroll. Top of receiver is faceted and is scroll engraved on flats. Very nice Ballard Rigby rifle. 49290-8 TEP C&R (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1036

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1037

*STEVENS NO. 49 WALNUT HILL SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE.

SN 2685. Cal. 22 LR 28″ heavy round bbl, blue and case color finish, plain pistol grip stock with heavy forend. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 85% blue mixing with plum patina, some slight scratches. Bbl is marked “Stevens Walnut Hill”. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains 90% case color finish. Lever retains 10% case color finish. Hammer is bright with some oil staining. Bbl mounts a Lyman 438-Field telescope with clear optics. Lyman adjustable tang sight and front globe sight with insert. Stocks are very good with handling marks commensurate with age. Forend is very wide and has a blued bbl band with sling swivel attached. Sling swivel on butt. Steel buttplate. Very nice Walnut Hill. 49510-8 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1037

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1038

RARE C.B. HOLDEN OF WORCESTER, MASS, SIDE-OPEN RIFLE.

SN 191. Cal. 32 RF 24″ bbl, blue finish, walnut stocks. Bbl has a Beech combination front sight and a unique ladder rear sight with no markings. Bbl is also unmarked. Action opens using knob on right side of receiver to swing bolt out to side. Rear tang sight is also very unique, possibly one-of-a-kind. CONDITION: Very good. Rifle shows a pleasing plum brown patina overall with some bright blue remaining in protected areas of frame. Receiver has traces of bright blue. Trigger guard shows 20% blue with some staining. Stocks are very good showing most orig varnish with marring mostly on left side of buttstock. Buttplate is faceted and shows 20% blue with some rust stains. This is a very rare seldom seen rifle made around 1870. 49468-3 TEP (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1038

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1039

*ENGRAVED COLT DOUBLE ACTION LIGHTNING REVOLVER.

SN 130149. Cal. .38 Colt. 4-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Mother of Pearl grips. CONDITION: Good overall. Traces of blue finish in protected areas, casecolor on frame has silvered, Mother of Pearl grips appear original and fit perfectly. Front sight has been reshaped. Engraving appears original and is of a very high quality, possibly presentation grade. Presentation panel on backstrap remains blank. Very fine example of high quality engraving on a Colt revolver. 49433-106 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1039

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1040

ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION LIGHTNING SHERIFF’S MODEL REVOLVER.

SN 14002. Cal. .38 Colt. 3-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. Hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Good condition. Engraving appears to be factory or New York style, gun was engraved when it was new. 10% nickel finish on the bbl and cylinder, 20% nickel finish on the frame, traces of blue on the hammer. Very good representative example of an engraved Lightning. 49433-108 TEP C&R (3,000-4,500) – Lot 1040

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1041

*COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER SHERIFF’S MODEL.

SN 165537. Cal. .38 Colt. 3-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent. 95% blue with some marring at the muzzle of the bbl on the right side. 85% vivid casecolor on the frame. Fire blue on the hammer, excellent screws. Very fine sheriff’s model. 49433-107 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1041

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1042

*COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

SN 130182. Cal. .38 Colt. Scarce 6″ bbl, blue finish, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good to fine condition. 80% bbl blue with some roughness at the muzzle. 60% blue on all other parts. Traces of vivid casecolor in the corners of the frame, blending into a pleasant brown patina. Nice screws. Very rare bbl length. 49433-105 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1042

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1043

COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION LIGHTNING REVOLVER WITH MOTHER OF PEARL GRIPS.

SN 97245. Cal. 38. 3-1/2″ rnd bbl, nickel finish. Blue screws, hammer and trigger. Two piece MOP grips. SN’s on frame, trigger guard, backstrap and cylinder all match. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 95% nickel finish with slight muzzle wear and one or two small spots of lifting nickel. Bbl address is sharp. Cylinder retains 60% nickel with losses on front face and edges and some slight scratch marks between two flutes. Frame retains 90% nickel finish with most of loss in front of cylinder, sharp patent mark, sharp rampant colt, screws show traces of blue. Trigger and hammer retain 50% blue. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 90% nickel with some high point wear and minor blistering. Screws retain 80% bright fire blue. MOP grips are very good with a few minor chips, grips fit very well and have nice color. Mechanics function well. A very fine Colt Lightning revolver. 49059-93 TEP C&R (1,250-2,250) – Lot 1043

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1044

ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION THUNDERER REVOLVER.

SN 100477. Cal. .41 Colt. 4-3/4″ bbl, nickel finish. Mother of Pearl grips. CONDITION: Very good condition. Revolver retains 50-60% nickel finish overall with the balance blending to smooth clean metal. Front sight has been trimmed. Engraving appears to be original factory or New York style, well executed. Mother of Pearl grips fit well. Nice example of an early engraved Thunderer. 49433-104 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1044

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1045

COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION THUNDERER REVOLVER.

SN 131036. Cal. .41 Colt. Blue finish with scarce 6″ bbl and hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good. Revolver retains 30-40% blue overall. Vivid casecolor in protected areas of the frame blending to muted casecolors overall. Fire blue on hammer. Good screws. An opportunity to get a rare bbl length at a reasonable price. 49433-103 TEP (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1045

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1046

*COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION THUNDERER SHERIFF’S MODEL REVOLVER IN COLT BOX.

SN 140688. Cal. 41 3-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, checkered hard rubber grips, maroon Colt box with picture label and Ideal loading label on inner lid. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 90% bright blue with some muzzle wear and drifting of finish. Bore is frosty with deep rifling. Sharp bbl address and sharp Colt D. A. 41 on left side. Cylinder retains 90% bright blue with high point wear on front edge and along flutes. Frame retains 80% case color with fiery color in protected areas drifting to plum brown on recoil shield and top strap. Fine screws. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 90% bright blue with gray-brown patina on backstrap. Trigger retains 50% fire blue. Hammer retains 95% fire blue. Hammer does not stay on full-cock. Can be repaired. Grips are fine with no serious mars or dents. Box is very good with a clear top label showing a picture of a Colt Double Action pistol. Inner label shows instructions for Ideal Reloading Tool. Box is maroon in color with a blue end label saying .38 Cal. 3-1/2″ rubber and blue without ejector. Some faded pencil marks on bottom of box that are indiscernible. A very nice high condition Colt Thunderer in an original Colt box. 49059-72 TEP C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1046

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1047

COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION THUNDERER REVOLVER.

SN 99444. Cal. .41 Colt. Blue finish with 4-1/2″ bbl. Hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good over all as refinished. Gun retains 95% blue finish, frame is silvered. Screws are good, grips fit well. Front sight has been trimmed. Markings are all clear and legible. 49433-109 TEP C&R (1,200-1,500) – Lot 1047

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1048

*COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION THUNDERER REVOLVER WITH RARE SIX INCH BARREL.

SN 147701. Cal. 41. 6″ rnd bbl, blue and case color finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. SN’s on frame, trigger guard, backstrap all match. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 50% bright blue blending with a plum patina, slight scratches and some muzzle wear. Front sight is full size. Bbl address is sharp, cal. mark is sharp. Bore is bright with some staining and strong rifling. Ejector rod shows 80% blue with high point wear. Cylinder retains 60% blue with scratches overall, no heavy pits, deep blue in flutes. Frame retains 60% muted case color with some vivid color in protected areas. Frame screws retain 50% blue. Trigger retains 50% blue. Hammer retains 30% blue in protected areas. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 30% blue blending with a pleasing plum patina. Grips are very good with some high point wear and a couple of minor dents. Mechanics function well. Nice Thunderer in a rare bbl length. 49059-98 TEP C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1048

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1049

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER CAVALRY ISSUE.

SN 14456. Cal. 45 LC 7-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. Revolver retains traces of nickel finish in protected areas of frame. Balance has been polished bright and blends well with remaining nickel. Bbl shows a clear address with correct-type ejector. Bbl is numbered to gun, and inspected with a “C” next to the locating stud. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Frame shows nickel in protected areas balanced polished bright to match nickel. Cylinder has been polished overall shows a clear SN and A inspector stamp. A stamp is also visible on bbl, trigger guard, and backstrap. Hammer is good. Grip straps show traces of nickel balanced polished bright. Grips are replacements. Frame is marked “US” on left side. No caliber mark is visible on trigger guard. Comes with John Kopec letter dated October 5, 1979 discussing this revolver. A good representative example of an early nickel-plated US Single Action with Ainsworth inspector marks. 49545-1 TEP (8,000-10,000) – Lot 1049

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1050

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER MILITARY ISSUE.

SN 54168. Cal. 45 LC 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good overall. Bbl shows mottled brown-gray finish with some cleaning marks. Bbl address is clear. Slight traces of blue at bbl breech. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Bbl is numbered to gun and shows blue under ejector rod. Bbl shows “D.F.C” proof and “J.G” by locating stud. Ejector rod donut head is bent and has jammed ejector rod. Can be repaired. Cylinder is a mottled gray-brown patina with clear SN, “D.F.C.” & “P”. Frame has a mottled gray-brown appearance with clear “US” stamp “D.F.C.” inspector mark on frame above SN. Hammer is good with long heavy checkering. Good screws. Trigger guard and backstrap are mottled gray patina with clear numbers and slight traces of blue in area behind hammer. Grips are stamped “1880” with a visible cartridge on both sides. Grips fit almost perfectly. A very good honest 1880 Colt Single Action Cavalry revolver. Accompanying this revolver is a Colt Factory Letter verifying shipment to United States Goverment on March 20, 1880 in a 300-gun shipment. 49545-2 TEP C&R (6,000-8,000) – Lot 1050

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1051

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 201953. Cal. 38 WCF 4-3/4” bbl, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good. Revolver retains 40-50% blue finish. Bright in protected areas. Vivid case color in the corners of frame. Nice screws. Orig grips with slight damage at toe of left grip. Good honest old gun. 49492-1 TEP C&R (5,000-7,000) – Lot 1051

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1052

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 348175. Cal. 45 LC. 4-3/4” bbl, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Revolver retains 95% original bright Colt blue finish. Frame shows 90% vivid case colors. Hammer shows 90% vivid case colors with some staining. Grips are excellent, no chips. Screws are excellent. Front sight is full size. This is a very fine condition Colt single action revolver made in the 1920’s in hard to find condition. 49468-6 TEP C&R (6,000-10,000) – Lot 1052

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1053

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER LONG FLUTE VARIATION WITH PLAIN IVORY GRIPS IN WOODEN DISPLAY BOX.

SN 330568. Cal. 38 W.C.F. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and case color finish, 2-piece “certifiable pre-ban ivory” grips with Colt medallions, wooden display case with cartridge block full of cartridges. Lid has been detached. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Fine as partially refinished. Bbl retains 98% professionally restored finish with slight muzzle wear and high point wear on front sight. Sharp bbl address and cal mark. Ejector housing shows what appears to be 50% Colt blue finish with wear at front end. Ejector rod head has been re-blued. Cylinder shows 90% professionally restored blue finish with high point wear at front and a slight drag mark. Frame retains 20% case colored finish in protected areas with balance drifting to silver-gray patina. Hammer and hammer screw have been replaced. Trigger has been replaced. Trigger guard retains 50% of orig Colt blue finish with brown patina on forestrap. Backstrap has 90% of a professionally restored blue finish. Grips are very good with Colt medallions. The action is jammed, but can be repaired. Wooden box has blue lining with a cartridge block and small storage compartment. Box lid has been detached. Box is in very good condition. An opportunity to obtain a Colt Single Action Army revolver in one of the scarcest variations. SNs of long flute model range from 330001 to 331379. Accompanied by a Colt factory letter confirming all features including long flute cylinder. Shipment to Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven CT, C/O G. S. Bert on August 7, 1914 in a one-gun shipment. 49059-91 TEP C&R; IVORY (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1053

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1054

*ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 283927. Cal. 45 LC. 4-3/4” bbl, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished after engraving. Revolver retains 90% blue finish on bbl, grip straps, and cylinder. Muted case colors on frame and hammer hidden by engraving. Grips are good with no chips. Engraving is done in a very fine style with almost full coverage. Engraving is scroll type and very tight. Even the hammer and front sight are engraved. This a very attractive engraved single action. 49492-2 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1054

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1055

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH MOTHER-OF-PEARL GRIPS RARE INVERTED RAMPANT COLT LOGO ON FRAME.

SN 182349. Cal. 38 W.C.F. 4-3/4″ bbl. Nickel finish, mother-of-pearl grips. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and ejector housing show 10% nickel finish in protected areas. Balance is a pleasing gray patina which has never been heavily cleaned. Front sight has been slightly filed. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Frame retains 40% orig nickel finish blending into smooth gray patina. Cylinder retains traces of nickel finish, balance is smooth gray patina. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 80% nickel finish. Screws are very good and show much orig blue finish. Pearl grips are very good with fiery color a small chip is missing out of the toe of the left grip. Rampant Colt Logo has been stamped upside-down on the left side of the frame which rarely happens, and it is a very rare variation. Revolver is accompanied by a Colt Factory letter confirming all features except pearl grips which the letter shows to be rubber. Shipment was to Lee, Clarke, Andreesen Hardware Company in Omaha, Nebraska in a one gun shipment on December 23, 1898. This is a nice example of an antique Colt Single Action that was shipped west at the end of the 19th century, and also an example of a rare variation for an advanced collector. 49511-1 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1055

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1056

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 338905. Cal. .44 WCF. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue and casecolored finish, 1-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Revolver shows 95% of the blue finish overall and 70% of case hardening, action is crisp, front sight is full size. Grips are not original to this gun. Very nice frontier. 49433-97 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1056

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1057

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH H H HEISER TOOLED GUN BELT AND HOLSTER.

SN 353544. Cal. .45 LC. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Revolver is in fine condition, retaining 90% bbl blue, 90% casecolors on frame. Some muzzle wear, small scratches on right side of trigger guard. Original grips. Holster is in fine condition, some minor scuffs, belt shows wear, but in good condition, both are Heiser marked. Really nice rig. 49253-13 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1057

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1058

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 348619. Cal. .38 WCF. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Frame shows 10% casecolor in protected areas, the rest of frame is silver/gray, bbl has 60% bright blue with muzzle wear. Cylinder shows strong blue in the flutes, hammer has 50% casecolor. Original hard rubber grips. Nice honest gun. Comes with a Colt Factory letter confirming all features and showing shipment to Tufts-Lyon Arms Company, Los Angeles, CA., November 12, 1926, in a two gun shipment. 49433-96 TEP C&R (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1058

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1059

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 128656. Cal. .44 WCF. 4-3/4″ bbl, full nickel finish, engraved. CONDITION: 95% of nickel refinish done at the time of engraving, slightly trimmed front sight, no grips present. A good set of grips would make this one shine. Comes with a Colt Factory letter confirming all features before refinish. Ship to: Meacham Arms Company St. Louis, MO., on July 13th 1889, in a twenty five gun shipment. Engraving is very elaborate and deeply cut. 49433-94 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1059

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1060

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 32800. Cal. .45 LC. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue and casecolor finish. 1-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Revolver retains 90% of an old refinish, bbl has been replaced with Colt bbl that has bbl address marked on right side. Hammer is also a replacement, front sight has been trimmed, left grip has repair at heel and toe. Early gun. 49257-1 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1060

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1061

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 338887. Cal. .32 WCF. Blue finish with 4-3/4″ bbl and hard rubber grips. Trigger guard is a replacement, probably by the factory, with the matching serial number on left side of front & back straps under the grip. CONDITION: Overall gray patina with some blue in the corners and some case color on the frame. Front sight has been trimmed. Good honest gun. 49433-98 TEP C&R (1,750-2,750) – Lot 1061

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1062

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 159762. Cal. .41 Colt. 4-3/4″ bbl, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Overall light gray smooth patina, some rough spots on front of frame, trigger screw is broken, front sight is full size, original hard rubber grips with what looks like a brand mark on both grips. Comes with a Colt factory letter confirming all features and showing shipment to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co., Chicago, IL., December 24, 1894, in a ten gun shipment. 49433-90 TEP C&R (1,500-3,000) – Lot 1062

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1063

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 220384. Cal. .44 WCF. 4-3/4″ bbl, blue finish with overall smooth gray patina. CONDITION: Traces of blue in corners, sight has been slightly trimmed. Old 2-pc stag grips. Good honest gun. 49433-95 TEP C&R (1,500-3,000) – Lot 1063

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1064

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 308248. Cal. .32 WCF. 7-1/2″ bbl. Hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Gun shows an over all dark gray patina with some rust spots and some chemical stains. Frame has never been polished. Left grip has large chip missing. Comes with a Colt Factory letter confirming all features and showing shipment to Browning Brothers, Ogden, UT, March 8, 1909, in a two gun shipment. Honest old Western shipped Colt. 49433-100 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1064

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1065

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 296324. Cal .32 WCF. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue finish with hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Pleasing overall gray patina, with some blotching. Original grips. Front sight has been slightly trimmed. Donut head ejector. Honest old gun. 49433-89 TEP C&R (1,200-1,500) – Lot 1065

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1066

*COLT SINGLE ACTION BISLEY MODEL REVOLVER.

SN 244386. Cal. .32 WCF. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Revolver shows old refinish of blue parts, frame has been cleaned to a light gray patina. Grips do not fit. 49433-99 TEP C&R (1,200-1,500) – Lot 1066

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1067

*INSCRIBED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER 2ND GENERATION CUSTOM ENGRAVED WITH SCRIMSHAWED ONE-PIECE IVORY GRIP ACCOMPANIED BY AN ORIGINAL GOLD-WASHED CINCO PESO TEXAS RANGER CAPTAIN’S BADGE WITH “JACK DEAN” ON TOP OF CIRCLE. PAPERWORK TO SUPPORT OWNERSHIP OF BOTH ITEMS BY RANGER DEAN.

SN 12071 SA. Cal. 44 SPECIAL 4-7/8″ bbl, satin nickel finish, scroll engraved, one-piece scrimshawed ivory grip. Badge is made from a cinco peso Mexican silver coin that has been gold-washed. Badge was made at Haltom’s Jewelry in Fort Worth, Texas. Badge bears the name of Jack Dean above Captain on star and Texas Rangers on bottom of circle. “Certifiable pre-ban ivory” grips are scrimshawed “JML” on left side, and on right side with a banner saying “Obedience to the Law is Liberty” over an eagle’s head. Included is a letter from Captain Dean to Phil Bleakney dated July 14, 1983 describing this revolver and badge. Captain Dean states that he personally had the custom work done on the revolver, and that he used the revolver on dress occasions. It was his “parade gun”. However, the badge was his personal badge that he used in the Ranger service. Also included are two photographs taken at Ranger headquarters in Waco–one showing Captain Dean with Company D, and another showing Captain Dean that is autographed to Phil Bleakney. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very fine. Revolver retains 95% satin nickel finish overall. Revolver has been scroll engraved by Jimmy Riggs of Boerne, Texas. Engraving is of very good quality with about 50% coverage. Backstrap is inscribed “Capt. Jack Dean/CO. D. Texas Rangers”. Badge is in very good condition and shows wear to support its use in service. This cataloger is a personal friend of Captain Dean, and can state that this is a wonderful opportunity to obtain a Colt Single Action owned and used by a Texas Ranger along with a real Ranger badge that was used in his service as a Ranger Captain. 49059-193 TEP C&R; IVORY (4,000-8,000) – Lot 1067

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1068

*SECOND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER IN BOX.

SN 35163SA. Cal. 44 SPCL 5-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, two-piece plain walnut grips. Full front sight, standard markings, two lined patent date and rampant Colt on left side of frame. Two piece smooth walnut grips numbered to the revolver. Left side of front and backstrap under grip show matching numbers as does the face of the cylinder around the bushing. Accompanied by an original Colt 2nd generation black box, numbered to another revolver. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and ejector rod housing retain 99% bright blue finish with only minor high point wear. Crisp bbl mark, crisp cal mark. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cylinder retains 98% bright blue with a slight drag mark and a few miniscule scratches. Frame retains 99% bright case colors with one small scratch on left side near bbl breech and slight wear on edge of loading gate. Hammer and trigger show 98% blue. Grip straps retain 98% blue with only high point wear. Grips are very good. Black Colt box is very good with end label for a 5-1/2″ blue gun. Box has minor exterior losses and cover is broken on left corner. No cal mark. Very nice second generation Colt SA in an orig Colt box. 49553-3 TEP C&R (2,250-3,250) – Lot 1068

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1069

*SECOND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1978.

SN 94239SA. Cal. .45 LC. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and casecolored. Hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Excellent condition, nearly all the original blue and bright casecolors. Excellent bore and chambers. Not original grips. Nice second generation gun. 49433-88 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1069

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1070

*BEAUTIFUL NEAR MINT COLT SECOND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION.

SN 64470SA. Cal. 45. 4-3/4″ bbl. Black hard rubber checkered grips with Colt medallion and American eagle. Case hardened frame. Blued bbl, cylinder, trigger, trigger guard, front and back straps. Top of hammer is blued. Comes with an orig picture box. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near mint. Retaining virtually all factory finish to metal and grips with just a couple of minute spots of high point edge wear. Brilliant blue and case hardening throughout. It would be easier to simply call this a near mint gun. Box is excellent with light corner wear. Mechanics are smooth. Cylinder with just the very beginnings of a nearly imperceptible drag line. Brilliant shiny bore. Likely test fired only. 49583-14 JSL312 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1070

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1071

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY LEGEND MODEL REVOLVER INSCRIBED “PROFESSIONAL RODEO COWBOYS ASSOCIATION”.

SN LEGEND0122. Cal. .45 LC. 5-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. 2-pc simulated horn grips, with medallions containing the initials “NFR”. CONDITION: Nearly new, shows little or no wear and appears unfired. Engraved at the muzzle, on the cylinder, backstrap and right side of frame. Engraving is well executed and highlighted in gold. “NFR/1996” on right side of frame. Backstrap inscription is original for the “PRCA”. Included is a glass top display case with PRCA markings and a custom belt and holster rig made by Galco of Phoenix, AZ. Holster and belt are in very good but used condition. The Legend is the first Colt firearm to be sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Comes with a Colt factory letter confirming all features including engraving, presentation case, and gold accents, letter also shows each revolver was furnished with a Galco holster and belt. Date of shipment May 9th, 1997. 49433-112 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1071

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1072

*UBERTI SINGLE ACTION ARMY TEDDY ROOSEVELT COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER.

SN TR318. Cal. .44 WCF. 7-1/2″ bbl, factory engraved, simulated ivory stocks with buffalo head on left side and T.R. on the right side. CONDITION: Revolver retains nearly all of the original gold and silver finish. Gold faded somewhat. Ejector rod, cylinder, hammer and trigger are gold plated, balance of gun is silver plated. Very nicely made piece. Comes with a delivery ticket from the American Historical Foundation showing shipment on August 31st 1992. Also a copy of a three page advertisement promoting the revolver. 49433-85 TEP C&R (2,000-4,000) – Lot 1072

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1073

*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY NEW FRONTIER NED BUNTLINE COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVER.

SN NB0142. Cal. .45 LC. 12″ bbl, nickel finish. Eagle hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Nearly new, with minor blemishes but no mars or dings. Flat top target frame with adjustable sight bbl has ramp front sight. Appears unfired. Contained in factory presentation case with six blank silver cartridges and Buntline plaque. Very nice commemorative revolver. 49433-115 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1073

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1074
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: This item is Antique not Modern, as such it is not subject to being registered via ATF.

*COLT SINGLE ACTION BUNTLINE REVOLVER.

SN 71976. Cal. .45 COLT. Nickel finish with 12″ bbl. No grips. This revolver was made using the frame and grip straps of a modern Colt-style single action. The bbl and cylinder are Colt made. Comes with a Colt factory letter for an 1881 Single Action revolver with nickel finish that had 7-1/2″ bbl. CONDITION: The revolver retains 98% of its nickel finish. No grips present. 49433-81 TEP C&R (800-1,200) – Lot 1074

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1075

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 152878. Cal. .45 colt. 2-7/8″ bbl, hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Overall dark gray patina with roughness on the bbl, bbl has been shortened and sight has been replaced. Ejector hole on the frame has been filled with weld. Grips are later replacements. Good old “Belly Gun.” 49433-83 TEP C&R (800-1,200) – Lot 1075

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1076

COLT NEW POLICE MODEL “COP AND THUG” REVOLVER.

SN 21290. Cal: 38 2-1/4″ etched panel bbl, nickel finish. “Cop and Thug” hard rubber grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, revolver retains 95% nickel finish overall with some light flaking on the cylinder and butt. Bbl shows a fine etched panel reading “Colt House 38”. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Screws retain most of their fire blue finish. Trigger retains 50% blue finish. Hammer retains 95% blue finish. Grips are fine, with no serious mars or chips. Front sight is full sized. This is a very fine example of a very rare Colt revolver that was made in a quantity of not more then 4000. 49059-96 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1076

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1077

SCARCE COLT CLOVERLEAF HOUSE PISTOL.

SN 5468. Cal. 41 RF. Nickel finish with 3″ rnd bbl, integral pinch blade front sight & 2-line address. Sight groove in top strap has the 1871 patent date. Cylinder is unusual with 4 chambers made in four leaf clover pattern. Mounted with 2-pc smooth bird head grips matching numbered to this revolver. Bottom of bbl has an attached ejector pin. There were about 9950 of these revolvers produced in 3 different variations in the period 1871-1876. These little revolvers were quite popular as hideout guns for their compact size and reasonably power cartridge. They are rarely found today with high orig finish, with most having seen hard service. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus, all matching. Overall retains 97-98% crisp, orig nickel with the only loss slight flaking around the muzzle. Appears to be new and unfired. Grips are crisp & new with only faint sharp edge wear. Mechanics are very stiff, probably from old dried grease, but function well. Brilliant shiny bore. 49059-129 JR (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1077

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1078

COLT OPEN TOP TINY VEST POCKET SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER.

SN 86707. Cal. 22 Short. Nickel finish with 2-3/8″ rnd bbl, half-moon front sight and 2-line address. Cylinder is unfluted with 7 chambers. Mounted with 2-pc bird-head rosewood grips that have the number “92312” in pencil inside right grip. These little revolvers were popular as “Muff Pistols” for ladies and pocket pistols for gamblers and gentlemen out on the town. They usually saw hard service and are rarely found today with high orig finish. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine. Right grip numbered as noted. Overall retains 93-95% strong orig nickle with losses in the forcing cone area. Grips retain most of their orig varnish with light high point wear. Mechanics are crisp. Strong bright bore. 49059-128 JR (750-1,250) – Lot 1078

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1079

COLT ROUND BARREL POCKET NAVY CARTRIDGE REVOLVER WITHOUT EJECTOR SOLID BARREL TYPE.

SN 313254. Cal. 36 3-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, walnut grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 60% blue, clear two-line bbl address. Dark bore with sharp rifling. Front pin sight is intact. Cylinder shows 80% cylinder scene under a brown patina with traces of orig blue. Back of cylinder shows 20% blue. Frame retains 60% bright case color with no apparent cleaning. Two-line patent mark on left side of frame. Good screws. Conversion ring shows traces of case color. Hammer shows 80% case color with scratching on side. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 20% silver finish in protected areas. 36 Cal stamped on left side of trigger guard. Grips retain 50% varnish on right side and about 10% varnish on left side. SNs match on bbl, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. Wedge is numbered 17566. A very decent example of a cartridge Colt Revolver that is not a conversion. 49059-103 TEP C&R (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1079

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1080

COLT MODEL 1862 POCKET NAVY CARTRIDGE CONVERSION REVOLVER.

SN 3758. Cal. 38. 6-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. Varnished walnut grips. Rolled engraved cylinder, silver plated grip straps and “FC d CR” engraved on backstrap, possible Hispanic presentation, needs further research. SN’s match on bbl, frame, trigger guard and backstrap. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 80% nickel finish with some marring around wedge on either side and wear on ejector rod housing and head. Sharp bbl address, bore is good with some pitting and sharp rifling. Cylinder retains 75% nickel finish with a very sharp cylinder scene, a few small spots of corrosion. Frame retains 75% nickel with most wear on left side near the Colt’s patent mark. Good screws, trigger shows trace of blue, hammer shows 50% case color. Backstrap and trigger guard retain 50% silver plate. Grips retain 90% varnish with some handling marks and high point wear. Mechanics are fine. A very nice Colt Pocket Navy Conversion that would compliment any collection. 49059-71 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1080

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1081

COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY RICHARDS CONVERSION REVOLVER “US” MARKED.

SN 77054/380. Cal. 44 8″ bbl, blue and case colored color finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. Bbl and ejector rod show silver gray patina with a light bbl address. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Bbl lug is stamped “US” above wedge screw on left side. Conversion number “380” is stamped above SN and behind ejector slot. Cylinder shows a smooth silver-gray patina with no trace of cylinder scene. No number visible on cylinder. Conversion ring is gray-brown patina and shows conversion number “380” stamp on left side. Frame is gray-brown patina with a clear Colt patent mark on left side and “380” stamped under SN. Trigger guard is mustard patina with “380” stamped under SN and A inspector mark under “380”. Iron backstrap is silver-gray patina with a brazed repair on right side of apron. All visible SNs match except bbl which shows number 1271 2. A chance to obtain a rare “US” marked and inspected Colt 1860 Army Richard’s conversion revolver that was issued to cavalry troops in late 1860’s. Possibly issued to 9th & 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers. 49545-5 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1081

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1082

COLT BURGESS LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

SN 2574. Cal. 44 WCF 25” bbl, blue finish, walnut stocks. CONDITION: Very good. Rifle shows a pleasing plum brown patina overall with some cleaning on left side of receiver and some pit marks on receiver above trigger. Rampant Colt mark is completely visible on left side of receiver. Front sight is Rocky Mountain blade type. Bore is very good with good rifling. Stocks are good with mars and dings, slightly undersized at tang, forend missing a small chip on left side. Good honest example of a rare gun. 49468-1 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1082

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1083

RARE COLT BURGESS LEVER ACTION ROUND BARREL RIFLE.

SN 1744. Cal. 44-40, 25″ rnd bbl, blue finish, straight grained walnut stocks with crescent butt. Only a total of 6,403 of these rifles were made between 1883 and 1885. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine show a mottled brown-gray finish with good sights and a sharp bbl address. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Sights are very good. Receiver retains a gray-brown patina finish with Rampant Colt visible on left side. Some slight scratching and high point wear. Lever and hammer show gray-brown patina. Stocks are good and show slight cleaning and old re-varnish. Stocks are slightly undersized. Forend has “Burgess Crack” on right side. Buttplate shows gray-brown patina with high point wear. Forend cap shows bray-brown patina. A nice representative example of a rare Colt long arm. 49598-6 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1083

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1084

COLT 1883 HAMMERLESS 12 GA.

SN 7230. 12 Ga. 30″ Damascus bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted Damascus rib with brass front bead, marked “COLT’S PT FA MFG CO HARTFORD CT USA”. Double triggers, extractors, automatic safety. Honey colored full pistol grip stock with 14-1/4″ LOP over Colt’s checkered buttplate with nickel shield in stock. Checkered in classic 2-point checkering. Splinter forearm with Deeley latch, checkered in classic 2-point pattern, with ebony tip. Frame is border engraved and bottom of frame marked “PATENTED AUG.22,SEPT.19,1882”. Bbl lug with geometric design. Light border engraving on trigger guard. Screw heads engraved. Weight: 7 lb 9 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent, as partially refurbished. Bbls retain 98-99% strong Damascus pattern. Receiver retains 40% orig case color, starting to tone on bottom of frame. Forearm iron has toned gray. Trigger guard retains around 40% orig blue, mostly on bow, toned on tang. Buttstock and forearm retain 98-99% beautiful restored finish with repaired chip on left side of safety. Checkering recut and sharp. Brilliant shiny bores. Mechanics are excellent. 49531-41 JSL137 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1084

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1085

COLT MODEL 1878 HAMMER GUN.

SN 10774. 12 Ga. 30″ laminated steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: IMP CYL/MOD. Full length twist steel rib with brass front bead, marked “COLT’S PT. F. A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT USA”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with 13-7/8″ LOP over full steel buttplate with nickel oval on bottom. Splinter forend with Deeley latch and ebony tip, checkered in 2-point pattern. Buttstock with 3-point checkering. Receiver nicely line engraved, marked “COLT’S PT. F. A. MFG. CO.” on both lockplates. Straight top lever. Weight: 7 lb 9 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain 75% laminated pattern, which has darkened brown, with handling marks and a couple of repaired dents. Receiver retains 25-30% orig case color, mostly on left lock, the remainder having toned. Trigger plate and trigger guard bow retain approx 40% orig blued finish. Forearm metal has turned gray. Top lever retains approx 45% orig high polished blue. Buttstock and forearm retain approx 75-80% orig finish with light scratches and dents, particularly towards toe of stock and buttplate. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are fair with scattered pitting throughout. 49531-40 JSL138 (750-1,250) – Lot 1085

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1086
Revised: 9/23/2015

Add Important Note: This is a Rare Deluxe Model Shotgun with checkered wood and solid rib Damascus barrel. It is believed there were fewer than 200 Deluxe Models produced.

BURGESS SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN WITH PISTOL GRIP CHECKERED STOCKS AND SOLID RAISED RIB.

SN 2686. Cal. 12 GA. 30″ bbl, Damascus and blue finish, checkered pistol grip stocks, matted rib and receiver. “Burgess Gun Company, Buffalo, NY, USA” on top of bolt. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 80% Damascus finish with thinning at muzzle and some minor staining overall. Edge of rib has a few small dents. Magazine tube shows 80% blue turning plum-brown. Bore is bright but stained. Receiver retains 50% blue with high point wear and carry wear. Scratches overall. Burgess hard rubber buttplate with logo. Pistol grip slide shows 50% blue thinning on right side. Rear tang is gray patina. Stocks are very good with handling marks and dents commensurate with age of gun. Hard rubber buttplate is very good. Action functions well. A very good example of a shotgun whose production quantity is unknown but is estimated at only a few thousand. 49513-6 TEP C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1086

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1087
Revised: 9/29/2015

Please Note: Due to a typographical error there is not and never was a box of 22 WRF. Therefore, there are only 45, not 46 in this lot. Also, the box of caliber 38-55 is actually 32-40 and the brown box of 30-06 is actually an arsenal box of tinned 45-70.

LOT OF FORTY-SIX BOXES MISCELLANEOUS AMMUNITION IN A LARGE VARIETY OF CALIBERS.

Lot is mostly handgun ammunition ranging from 1 box early Stetsons Patent .22 short, 1 box 22 WRF, 1 full box Winchester .22 WCF, 4 full boxes .44 WCF, 2 full boxes .38 WCF, 1 full and 1 empty box .45 Colt, 2 full boxes .44 Colt, 3 boxes .38 S&W, 3 boxes .38 RF, 1 partial box .38 Colt Long, 1 full box German made 32-20, 1 box 32-20 shot cartridges, 1 box 32 S&W short shot cartridges, 5 boxes .32 S&W (long and short), 1 box .44 Russian, 1 box 40-70-330, 1 box 7mm Spanish Mauser, 1 box .30 WCF, 1 box 32-40, 1 box 38-55, 2 boxes 7mm Military cartridges by Winchester, 1 brown box Winchester 30-06, 1 brown box Winchester 30-40 Krag, 1 box 38-55 reloads and 4 empty pistol cartridge boxes. Also included 9 boxes of primers and 1 tube Winchester bb’s. CONDITION: Boxes are mostly sealed in plastic and ammunition was not examined. Boxes are generally good with a few very good and a few poor. 49059-197 JR (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1087

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1088

LOT OF THREE BOXES OF ANTIQUE AMMUNITION.

1) 2-pc, square corner box of Winchester 40-70-330 cartridges. Box has green label with black lettering and the line drawing of a cartridge on the side. Opposite side is stamped in burgundy ink “F.D. GORDON / SPORTING GOODS / MARYSVILLE, CAL.” 2) Box of forty-two 56-50 cartridges for the model 1865 Spencer rifle and Carbine. Outer box is Square, 2-pcs with green and black top label and contains six 7-rd packets of cartridges. 3) Small packet of ten 56-50 Spencer blanks by Frankford Arsenal, dated 1870. Box has light blue label with black lettering. CONDITION: 1) Box is wrapped so ammunition was not examined, appears to be in good condition with faded and soiled label missing some chips from the edges, possibly repaired corners. 2) Outer box is yellowed with tape on all 4 corners of lid. 3 of the inside boxes are still sealed and the other 3 are full but open. Visible ammo is nice and clean with slightly oxidized lead bullets. 3) Very fine, still sealed, slightly faded and soiled label. 49059-198 JR (600-1,000) – Lot 1088

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1089

LOT OF FIVE PACKETS OF COMBUSTIBLE CARTRIDGES.

1) By Mount Pleasant Cartridge Co., soft packet of 6 “PRESSED WATERPROOF CARTRIDGES FOR COLT’S ARMY PISTOL”, Cal. .44. 2) Packet of “SIX SEAMLESS SKIN CARTRIDGES WITH PERCUSSION CAPS FOR COLT’S, WHITNEY OR REMINGTON’S NAVY PISTOL”, Cal. .36. Made for W.J. Syms & Bro. New York, by D.C. Sage, Middletown, Conn. 3) Packet of 5 cal. .36. combustible cartridges “EXPRESSLY FOR COL. COLT’S PATENT NEW MODEL REVOLVING POLICE PISTOL” by Colts Cartridge Works. 4) Packet of 6 combustible cartridges “FOR REMINGTON’S, COLT’S AND OTHER REVOLVING HOLSTER PISTOL”, Cal. .44. 5) Packet of 6 combustible cartridges “FOR COLT’S OR REMINGTON’S REVOLVING POCKET PISTOLS”, Cal. .31. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney. CONDITION: 1) Extremely fine, still sealed. Label is intact and completely legible. 2) Extremely fine, completely intact with light soil. 3) Very fine, very minor damage on top edge otherwise extremely fine. 4) Extremely fine, two or three small, fine cracks but does not appear to have been opened, otherwise extremely fine. 5) Extremely fine plus, crisp and clean. 49059-202 JR (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1089

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1090

LOT OF EIGHT WINCHESTER LOADING TOOLS AND MOLDS, A COLT BULLET MOLD, AND A NIPPLE WRENCH.

Four Winchester M 1894 wood handled bullet molds. One 38-55; one 38 WCF; one 32 WCF; and one 32 S&W; four Model 1894 loading tools: One 44 WCF; one 38 WCF; one 32 WCF; and one 38 S&W. In addition there is a Colt Cal. 44 bullet & ball mold with “COLT’S PATENT” sprue cutter, unusually marked on left side “44 H”. There is also a Swallow tail, blued steel screw driver/nipple wrench. CONDITION: Molds & tools are all generally very fine with the 44 WCF tool showing moderate to heavy use with nicks & dings. Colt bullet mold also shows some light dings and retains about 85% orig blue. Screwdriver/nipple wrench shows about 65-70% fire blue. 49059-223 JR (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1090

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1091

REPRODUCTION COLT NO. 5 BELT MODEL TEXAS PATERSON.

SN 2. Cal. .36. Usual configuration with 9″ oct bbl, pinched brass pin front sight with pantographed address “Patent Arms Mg. Co. Paterson N.J.-Colt’s PT.” each end of the address has a small 6 pointed star and a tapering snake pattern like an orig address. Bore is rifled with 11 lands and grooves, right hand twist. Cyl has square shoulder with 5 chambers & a fine left hand stagecoach holdup scene roll marking and bears SN 7. SN 2 and 2 dots are found on rear face of bbl lug, end of cyl spindle and inside front & backstraps. Frame is a decent representation of the Texas Paterson with scalloped edges and folding trigger. Cyl spindle is also a good representation without grease grooves. Grip frame is a little thick but of approximately the same shape as an orig and is mounted with faux Ivory grips. A note that accompanies the revolver states “This item was possibly made by a machinist in Omaha, NE in the 1930’s.” This would make a fine representative slot-filler in a collection until a real one could be purchased. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine, overall retains a smooth, dark brown patina showing cleaned areas on left side of frame & backstrap. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 49291-35 JR (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1091

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1092

COLT 2ND MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER CIVILIAN ISSUE.

SN 8401. Cal. 44 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish. Colts patent and U.S. visible on frame. Straight grained walnut grips are replacements possibly from an 1860 Army. CONDITION: Fair. Revolver shows a gray-brown patina overall. Bbl shows welding repairs at lug, heavy cleaning overall. Bbl address is not legible. Rammer, wedge and screws are replacements. Bore is dark. Broken lug pin holes. Cylinder shows a brown-gray patina. It has been heavily cleaned, no cylinder scene, no safety pins intact. Frame shows brown-gray patina with heavy pitting on both sides. Hammer is battered. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 10-15% of silver finish. Main spring has been changed from V-shape to leaf-type. SNs are visible partially on frame, clearly on trigger guard, and are polished off on bbl lug and backstrap. No SN on cylinder. A good representative example of an old dragoon that has seen some serious use. 49545-6 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1092

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1093

COLT MODEL 1848 BABY DRAGOON POCKET REVOLVER.

SN 10622. Cal. 31 4″ bbl, blue and case colored finish. Varnished walnut grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 20% blue finish especially around the wedge with some erosion on the right side of the muzzle, very little marring around the wedge. Bore is Dark with visible rifling. Cylinder retains a nearly complete Dragoon and Indian cylinder scene visible under a dark brown patina, Colt patent mark and SN is very strong. Single safety pin is intact at the rear of cylinder. Frame shows a gray/brown patina with traces of case color in protected areas. Hammer is very good. Trigger guard and backstrap retain generous traces of the original silver finish. Grips retain 75% varnish with high point wear and a few minor dents, a chip is missing at the heel of the right grip. SN’s match on bbl, wedge, arbor, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, and cylinder. Grips were not removed but fit very well. This is a very nice Colt baby dragoon with a lot of original finish for this model. 49059-101 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1093

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1094

CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER.

SN 27806. Cal. .31. Blue finish with 6″ bbl and Varnished walnut grip. French fitted case is of the era and contains a non-Colt flask, Colt bullet mold, nipple wrench, tin of Eley caps. CONDITION: Good, bbl shows traces of blue mixed with plum/brown patina, frame has smooth gray patina, cylinder shows traces of scene, no finish remains. Grip straps shows traces of silver and grips show 50% varnish. Case and accessories are fine. 49433-59 TEP (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1094

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1095

CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER.

SN 87445. Cal. 31. Blue finish with 6″ oct bbl and 1-pc walnut grip. Accompanied by a purple velvet lined mahogany Colt casing that contains the revolver, a double sided early “COLTS PATENT” eagle flask, a brass mold and a nipple wrench. CONDITION: Good, visible number matching. Revolver has an even gray patina with a slight silvering of the frame, brass backstrap and trigger guard cleaned long ago. 50% cylinder scene with visible Colts patent. Grip has been cleaned and revarnished. Cylinder does not rotate upon cocking. Case is very good with light soil inside. Accessories are good. 49433-62 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1095

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1096

EXCEPTIONAL 6″ COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 307186. Cal. 31. Blue & color case hardened with 6″ oct bbl, brass pin front sight and 1-line New York address. On buttstrap is scratched “W BLISS” in fancy light script, possibly denoting an owner and also some other initials scratched into bottom of stocks of unknown meaning as can be seen in photos. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Appears all matching though not disassembled to check for other SNs not external. Bbl retains about 95% of its orig blue with scattered areas of staining, scratches and some denting and scratches along wedge slot. Loading assembly retains some bright case color with balance muted. Frame retains some muted case colors, with balance faded to a silver/gray with light pitting on back of recoil shields; hammer retains some case colors on the sides & rear edge, fading to silver matching frame; cylinder retains about 95% orig blue with the balance plum/silver and shows virtually all sharp stagecoach holdup scene. Trigger guard & back strap retain traces of their orig silver plating with balance yellow patina. Grip is sound, well-fit retaining over 90% orig bright varnish with edge wear, several storage dings, dents and scratches. Mechanics are crisp, bright shiny bore with a few scattered spots of pitting. 49059-73 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1096

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1097
Revised: 10/1/2015

Please Note: Ivory grips in photo will not be included. The gun is being sold without the Ivory grips.

COLT 2ND MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER WITH IVORY GRIPS.

SN 1831. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ oct bbl, blue and case colored finish. SNs match on bbl, rammer, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, and arbor. One-piece ivory grips are old replacements. CONDITION: Fair. Revolver shows a smooth gray-brown patinated finish overall. Bbl has clear address. Wedge and trigger have been replaced. Rammer has been refinished. Rammer latch has been replaced. Cylinder has gray-brown patina, no scene, SN is partially visible, six battered safety pins still present. Frame is gray patina with 60% re-blue finish. Trigger guard and backstrap show miniscule traces of silver in corners. Grips show moderate wear with artificially aged patina. Mechanics are a little loose but functional. An example of an early Colt Navy that saw heavy use on frontier. Colorful old gun. 49545-4 TEP C&R (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1097

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1098

COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER US ARMY ISSUE.

SN 79811. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good, for an Army issued Navy. These pistols in original percussion are difficult to find as most were converted to cartridges. Revolver has an overall gray patina finish with some roughness at the muzzle, cylinder shows 50% of the cylinder scene. Inspectors marks are present on the breech end of the bbl, on the cylinder and the top of the backstrap. Left grip shows remnants of the original cartouche. Frame is marked US under colt’s patent. All visible SN’s match. This is a hard to fine example of very rare Colt Martial revolver. 49433-117 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1098

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1099

CASED 2ND MODEL COLT 1851 LONDON NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 7941. Cal 36. Blue & color case hardened with 7 1/2″ bbl, brass pin front sight and 1-line London address. Accompanied by a blue velvet lined Colt English mahogany casing with empty brass plaque in the lid. Compartmented in the bottom for the revolver, pewter oiler, Barlow patent bag flask, a blued 2-cavity “COLT’S PATENT” mold with sprue cutter, an L-shaped nipple wrench, a steel cleaning rod, loose 36 Cal. balls, lacquered tin of Eley’s caps. This is a fine, sharp cased Colt which presents beautifully as professionally refinished. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Gun retains virtually all of its refinished blue and case colors. Backstrap and trigger guard have turned mostly plum. Stocks are sound and solid and fit gun well but were not removed to check for SN. They retain about 70% of a varnished finish which appears partially orig with small dings, dents, scratches and other small blemishes. Mechanics are crisp and functioning. Bore exhibits crisp sharp rifling with areas of staining and light pitting. Gun appears all orig with exception of replaced wedge screw. Case is sound and solid with small dings, dents retaining much of a varnished finish. Internally lining is faded, worn and soiled. Components are average for condition with good markings. L-shaped gun tool is refinished. Flask has broken spring. 49059-82 JS (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1099

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1100

LOT OF TWO PISTOLS 1) COLT MODEL 1855 ROOT REVOLVER 2) BELGIAN OVER AND UNDER TURNOVER PERCUSSION PISTOL.

SN 14475/NSN. Cal. 28/40. 1) 3-1/2″ oct bbl, blue finish. Walnut grips. Side hammer. Indian and cabin scene engraved on cylinder. Visible SN’s match. 2) 2-3/4″ rnd bbls, with crowned muzzles. Belgian over and under two shot percussion turnover pistol. Engraved frame. Checkered wood grip, with presentation plaque, folding trigger. CONDITION: 1) Good, revolver has a cleaned gray finish overall, no remaining blue. Bbl address is sharp. SN are sharp on bbl, backstrap and cylinder. Cylinder retains 30% cylinder scene with brown spots and corrosion, Colt’s patent is visible. Trigger retains traces of blue. Hammer retains traces of dark case color. Grips have been refinished. Mechanics are fine. A good example of a Root revolver for a beginning collector. 2) Fine, bbls show a blue/gray patina finish with sharp proof marks, some engraving at breech. Frame shows gray/blue patina, smooth overall with sharp engraving. Hammer shows traces of case color. Nipples are not battered. Grip is very good with fine checkering and burl grain. Functions well. Nice Belgian over and under. 49550-2 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1100

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1101

CASED COLT MODEL TWO 1855 ROOT REVOLVER.

SN 22085. Cal. .28. Blue finish with 3-1/2″ oct bbl & 1-pc varnished walnut grip. With an original Colt case which contains a rare double-sided zinc eagle & stars flask, an original wood handle turnscrew, an Eley cap tin and a tiny brass.28 caliber brass mold. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Revolver retains 90% blue on the frame and 50% blue intermingled with brown patina on the bbl. Case colors are partially visible on the hammer. Cylinder shows a complete cylinder scene that is light, no blue remains on the cylinder. Walnut grips shows almost all of the original varnish with only high point wear and a couple of dings. Case is in good condition with faded interior & one broken partition behind the hammer. 49433-56 TEP C&R (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1101

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1102

FINE CASED COLT “MODEL 5″ 1855 ROOT PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 7060. Cal. 31. This Colt Root model entered production in 1855 with 8 changes over course of manufacture. This being the fifth change or “Model 5″. Colt Roots were among Col. Colt’s favorite presentation guns. This particular gun was made at the height of the Civil War in 1863 with round 3-1/2″ bbl and 2-line New York address. Pistol is cased in an orig Colt case with a flask, mold and tin of caps. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains about 70% of bright blue finish with balance plum. Bbl housing and frame retain 30% bright blue finish with balance grey/plum. Cylinder retains about 70% bright blue finish with balance plum/grey. Loading arm and hammer retain over 50% of case colors with balance muted to silver/gray. Grips retain virtually all of their orig glossy varnish with small nicks, dings and light to moderate edge wear. Mechanically gun is functional with crisp well defined bore with areas of pitting near muzzle. Accompanying Colt casing is sound. Outside of casing retains much orig varnish. Interior of case is light faded and soiled from an orig burgundy red color. Fluted flask is very good and fits casing well. Two cavity iron “Colt’s Patent” mold retains traces of finish and appears to be 28 Cal. so not orig to this gun. 49059-83 JS (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1102

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1104
Revised: 9/23/2015

Please Note: Bottom rear edge of barrel lug has forged repair and numbers. Some of the serial numbers have been altered or re-stamped.

COLT 1860 ARMY MODEL REVOLVER WITH FULL FLUTED CYLINDER.

SN 4515. Cal. .44. 8″ bbl, blue finish. 1-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Fair, gun shows heavy use with crusty gray/brown patina and numerous handling dings. Hartford bbl address is readable. Visible SN’s match. Four screw frame, cut stock, varnished walnut grips. Early 1860 Army that could have gone South. 49433-118 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1104

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1105

COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH SHORTENED BARREL.

SN 104935. Cal. .44. 5-1/4″ bbl, blue finish. 2-pc walnut grips. CONDITION: Fair, gun shows overall gray patina. No cylinder scene present. Matching visible SN’s. U.S. inspector marks on various parts. Bbl has been shortened during period of use, rammer has been removed and plugged and front sight has been replaced. Grips have been revarnished and are not original to this gun. W.F. & Co., stamped on the bottom of backstrap. Interesting old gun. 49433-93 TEP C&R (1,500-4,500) – Lot 1105

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1106

COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH FULL FLUTED CYLINDER CIVILIAN ISSUE.

SN 965. Cal. 44 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. Bbl shows brown-gray patina with heavy pitting at muzzle and down left side. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Hartford bbl address is partially visible. Orig rammer and latch. Front sight is full-sized. Cylinder is blue-brown patina overall. SN is stamped in one flute. No patent mark visible. Some pitting around nipple area. Flattened safety pins in back of cylinder. Frame is four screw and cut to stock. Frame shows a gray-brown patina with some heavy cleaning. Heavy pitting on recoil shield and back of frame. Screws are replacements. Hammer shows crusty brown patina. Trigger guard retains 20% silver. Iron backstrap is gray-brown patina with some heavy pitting behind hammer. Grips are good with small chip missing from heel of left grip. SNs on bbl, wedge, cylinder, arbor, frame, trigger guard, and backstrap all match. Colt’s patent on left side of frame partly obscured. A good representative example of an early three-digit Army that could have gone South. 49545-3 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1106

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1107

INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COLT MODEL 1862 POCKET POLICE REVOLVER IN CASE WITH ACCESSORIES.

SN 2808. Cal. 36. 5-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. Varnished walnut grips. SN’s match on bbl, wedge, frame, trigger guard and backstrap. In a period mahogany case with dustlip and red velvet lining with accessories, contains Colt mold, period flask, combination tool and cap tin, key is present. Backstrap is inscribed “Col. T.H.M. to I.A.C.” Included with is paperwork to substantiate the presentation. PROVENANCE: The revolver was presented by Col. Thomas H. Marshall of Belfast, ME, to his “Lacky” Isaac Adelbert Connet. Col. Marshall served at the 7th Regiment of Maine Volunteers and died in Baltimore on 10-25-1861. Isaac A. Conant was a Private in the 26th Regiment of Maine Volunteer Infantry who spent most of their war time service in Louisiana. A letter dated November 21st, 1958, from a direct descendant clearly records all of these facts. Conant was born in Appleton, Maine, 1-9-1842, and died in Belfast, ME, 1-17-1923. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 80% nickel finish that has dulled somewhat with age, slight muzzle wear and some flaking on bbl lug. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Cylinder retains 60% nickel with flaking at front and at rear around nipples, clear patent date in flute, two intact safety pins, three are smashed. Frame retains 80% nickel that has dulled with age, some cleaning on right side of frame. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 90% nickel. Grips retain 90% varnish with numerous handling marks and high point wear. Mechanics function fine. Case is in very good condition, a Colt bullet mold marked 36 P, flask in good condition, combination tool with traces of blue and a cap tin with a clear label, a few lead bullets. A great piece of Maine Civil War history. 49551-2 TEP (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1107

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1108

VERY EARLY CASED COLT MODEL 1862 POCKET NAVY REVOLVER.

SN 90. Cal. .36. First few days production revolver with 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Varnished 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by a relined Colt case which contains an early double sided eagle Colt flask, brass Colt bullet mold without sprue cutter and cap tin. CONDITION: Good, smooth even gray patina overall, no silver on the straps, cylinder shows strong traces of scene. Grips are good. Case is good. This is a very early two digit number Colt Pocket Navy revolver, one of the first produced, all visible SN’s match. 49433-52 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1108

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1109

EXCEPTIONAL MARTIALLY MARKED CIVIL WAR REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 122959. Cal. .44. Blue finish with 8″ oct bbl, pinched post front sight & 3-line address. “PATENTED SEPT. 14 1858 / REMINGTON & SONS. ILION NEW YORK U.S.A. / NEW MODEL”. Trigger guard is brass and it is mounted with 2-pc walnut grips and has a crisp, clear cartouche on left side. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine+, all matching including grips, bbl, loading arm and frame retains about 95% glossy orig blue. Small nicks and scratches, some losses at muzzle. Cylinder retains 70% orig blue with one large patch flaked to a grey/blue patina. Hammer retains bright case colors. Grips are sound, solid, well fit with several large gouges on butts. Mechanics are crisp well defined bore. 49059-151 JS (3,500-5,500) – Lot 1109

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1110

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 80982. Cal .44 Very fine example of the 2nd heaviest used martial Civil War revolver CONDITION: Very fine overall, retaining about 90% bright finish with flaking on cylinder & loading assembly. SNs all matching. Stocks are sound, solid, well fit with bright, crisp cartouche and small inspector marks on most parts of gun. Mechanically gun functions well with bright shiny bore. 49598-5 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1110

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1110A

SPECIAL ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL LOT.

This lot consists of twelve past Julia auction firearm catalogs, together with their prices realized list. These catalogs serve as a valuable reference source. We regularly sell our past auction catalogs to collectors and dealers alike for that purpose. Please also note: The entire proceeds of this lot (to include the buyer’s premium), shall be donated to the St. Jude Children’s Hospital. St. Jude’s is one of the finest hospitals in North America today for the research and care of children afflicted with cancer. We hope that you will consider competing on this lot, we consider it to be an extremely worthwhile cause and we have dedicated ourselves to include similar lots in every single one of our auctions, the proceeds of which will be donated to St. Jude’s. Thank you for your participation. CONDITION: Very Good. 45505-7 CAS (300-500) – Lot 1110A

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1111

VERY RARE FOREHAND & WADSWORTH OLD MODEL ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 196. Cal. 44 Russian. Blue and nickel finish with 7-1/2″ bbl, half moon front sight and 2-line address. It has 6-shot fluted cyl and is mounted with 2-pc smooth burl walnut grips, matching numbered to this revolver. Trigger and hammer are color case hardened. Frame, bbl, and trigger guard are blued. Cylinder, ejector and front sight are nickel. This unusual combination of nickel and blue appears orig to the time of use of this gun though nothing in the literature notes such a combination of finishes. Markings are all discernible including SNs found on major parts including frame, cylinder and grips as noted. Bbl address “+ FOREHAND & WADSWORTH. WORCESTER, MASS U.S. PAT’D OCT. 22 ’61 – JUNE 27 ’71 – OCT. 28 ’73+”. This is the first old model Army by this maker we have ever offered, only a few hundred guns are thought to have been made in the mid-1870’s. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good to fine overall. Nickel on cylinder is 95%+ intact with some freckling, drag line. Blue is 95% with muzzle wear. In our opinion, finish is old, possibly contemporary restoration. Stocks are sound and solid with scattered small dings, dents and scratches and hand worn patina. Mechanically gun is sound with crisp fine shiny bore. 49059-135 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1111

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1112

RARE HOPKINS & ALLEN DICTATOR PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 1353. This is a well presenting example of a scarce percussion pistol made circa 1870 by Hopkins & Allen, Norwich, Connecticut. Gun conforms to other percussion models with 4″ rnd bbl marked on top “DICTATOR”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent as refinished retaining over 95% blue, panel scenes are weak due to polish prior to re-bluing. Gun appears orig and matching, stocks well fit with chip to left toe and restored right toe. Mechanically gun functions with crisp well defined bright bore. 49059-133 JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1112

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1113

INTERESTING AND RARE J R COOPER’S PATENT UNDERHAMMER SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL.

SN 21. 45 Cal. J R Cooper worked in Birmingham, England in the mid 19th century.Marked in 3 lines “J R COOPERS PATENT 1849”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good to fine as refinished. Right grip has cracked repair just behind trigger. 49059-147 JS (750-1,250) – Lot 1113

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1114

CASED ADAMS PATENT DA PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 6113. Cal. 46. Blue finish with 6-1/4″ oct bbl, tiny dovetailed front sight and fixed rear sight in top strap. Top strap, with the integral bbl is marked with the manufactures name & address and right side of frame with the Adams Patent information. Frame is lightly engraved with foliate arabesque patterns. Cyl is unfluted & five chambers. Mounted with checkered 1-pc walnut grip that has engraved buttcap and hinged-lid cap box. Accompanied by what is probably its orig green baize lined English oak case compartmented for the revolver, a Dixon bag-shaped flask, an orig brass bullet & ball mold with sprue cutter marked on right side with the company cartouche, the SN “1057” & “50”, an ebony handled nipple wrench with nipple pick in the butt, and ebony & brass cleaning rod that has concealed worm. Also included are three additional brass cleaning jags and a large bore worm from another tool. Inside the lid is the orig paper label. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl & frame retain about 80% glossy orig blue with the loss areas mostly from flaking and chemical spot near the muzzle; trigger guard & buttcap are a grey/brown patina; cyl is a blue/grey artificially aged patina with vise marks. Grip is sound showing light wear. Mechanics are fine. Strong bore with moderate to heavy pitting. Case has three or four grain checks in the bottom, otherwise is sound. Interior is moderately faded & soiled. Flask retains about 75% orig finish. Mold is extremely fine, showing strong blue on sprue cutter. Other accessories are fine. 49609-1 JR (3,500-5,500) – Lot 1114

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1115

VERY RARE RAPHAEL DOUBLE ACTION CENTER FIRE REVOLVER.

SN 393. Cal. 11 MM 6″ bbl, blue finish, plain walnut grips with buttcap and lanyard ring. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 70% blue finish with numerous scratch marks overall and wear at muzzle. Bbl is unmarked. Bore has eight-groove rifling which is strong. Bore is frosty. Cylinder retains 80% blue finish with slight drag mark and front edge wear. Cylinder loading plate retains traces of case color in protected areas. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 30% flaking blue. Trigger retains 50% blue. Hammer retains 10% blue. Wooden grips are good with numerous mars and dents overall . SN 393 is stamped on bbl lug on left side of frame. No other apparent marks. A very rare revolver for the advanced collector. 49547-2 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1115

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1116

EXTREMELY FINE WARNER POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 3149. 28 Cal. James Warner, Springfield, Massachusetts, circa 1860. 3-3/4″ rnd bbl. Warner has the distinction of being sued for patent infringement by Samuel Colt; first in the percussion era, second in the cartridge era losing both lawsuits and ceasing production. Engraved frame and etched cylinder with panoplies of arms adorn this beautiful small gun which is in near new condition orig in the premier pistol collection of Sam E. Smith, author of a couple of the early texts on U.S. pistols. PROVENANCE: Sam E. Smith Collection, Greg Martin Auctions, Lot 286, Feb 5, 2007,;The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent overall. Bbl retains 90% of its orig finish with scuffing on left side. Gun appears matching throughout with crisp fine, well-fit stocks retaining 95% of their orig varnish. Markings on top strap easily discerned “JAMES WARNER SPRINGFIELD, MASS. U.S.A.” Mechanically gun is sound with crisp bore. 49059-124 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1116

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1117

CIVIL WAR WHITNEY POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 21478K. This late 2nd model Whitney Percussion Revolver was made during the Civil War era and appears in very fine condition retaining much of its apparent refinished blue and case colors. Gun conforms to other pockets being 31 Cal., 5-shot rnd cylinder. 6″ oct bbl, 2-pc walnut grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent overall. All matching including grips and loading arm. Apparent re-glue is 99% intact on bbl, 95% on frame with largest reductions on backstrap, and 98% on cylinder with light drag line. Case colored hammer and loading assembly retain virtually all of their bright, apparent refinish. Grips are sound, solid and well fit retaining 98% of their varnished finish. 49059-132 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1117

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1118

FINE PAIR OF INSCRIBED CIVIL WAR ERA PLANT’S FRONT LOADING POCKET REVOLVERS.

SN 2350/5122. 30 Cal. This is a fine pair of “EAGLE ARMS COMPANY NEW YORK” bbl marked revolvers. These revolvers are 30 Cal. cup-primed (Plant Patent) 6-shot, 3-1/2″ oct bbls. Each cylinder is marked “PAT. JULY 12, 1859 & JULY 21, 1863”. Each gun is inscribed on sideplate “ALBERT KERN 1869”. Guns are blue and silver plated with varnished rosewood grips. This pair are in extremely fine condition retaining most of their orig finish. SIZE: The Estate Collection of Phillip Bleakney. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Bbls and cylinders retain about 90% orig bright fire blue and frames retain 95% plus orig silver. Stocks are sound and well-fit, retaining virtually all of their varnished finish. Mechanically guns are sound with crisp well defined bores. 49059-120 JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1118

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1119

RARE WHITNEY HOODED CYLINDER PERCUSSION POCKET REVOLVER.

SN 154. This is a nice example of the first Whitney revolver produced after the Walker dragoons made for Colt. Only about 200 of these elegant pistols were made circa 1850-1852. Guns were made in varying bbl lengths; this example with the longest 6″ oct bbl marked “E. WHITNEY N. HAVEN CT.” Hood is marked on either side “PATENT / APPLIED FOR”. Cylinders were hand turned with a push button lock and release behind the hammer so as not to impinge on the litigious Col. Colt. These scarce little pistols are rarely offered and this is a beautiful example as refinished. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good to fine as refinished. Stocks are sound, well-fit retaining most of their orig varnish. Gun functions mechanically with crisp bright bore. Cylinder pin retaining screw is missing. 49059-144 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1119

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1120

RARE WARNER BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 17F. 36 Cal. Flayderman in his Guide to Antique American Firearms states these guns were made in 1851 in 31 Cal. typically with 6-shot rnd cylinders, he mentions the 5-shot variations have been reported and worth the premium but does not note that they are larger Cal. such as this specimen. 5″ rnd bbl which is unmarked other than SNs. SN’s are found on most parts being a unique combination of numbers and letters this gun being 17F. Flayderman states that these 1851 manufactured revolvers about to face litigation from Samuel Colt are “believed to have been the first revolving hand gun made on a production basis. Revolution of the cylinder was caused by the trigger”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good to fine overall. Gun retains traces of orig blue and case colors especially on cylinder. 2-pc grips are sound, solid, well fit and retain 80% orig varnish. Mechanically gun functions with crisp well defined 6 land and groove bore. 49059-145 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1120

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1121

RARE AND FINE SPRINGFIELD ARMS WARNER’S PATENT BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 17. Cal. 31. 6” rnd bbl marked on top strap “SPRINGFIELD ARMS CO.”, cone shaped brass front sight, etched, florally decorated cylinder with engraved iron frame and “WARNER’S PATENT JAN 1851” on the left side, engraved backstrap, hammer and bbl strap, 2-pc varnished walnut grips. Only about 100 of these scarce revolvers were made (1851) and this gun has matching SN 17 on bbl strap, cylinder and frame. This gun is in beautiful condition, retaining much of its orig finish and quite elegant in the longest bbl length. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine. All matching including the grips, left grip has assembly number 59 which matches assembly number found on grip frame (frame also SN 17). Bbl retains 20-25% thin original blue, with balance blue/grey with scattered pitting. Cylinder retains about 90% bright blue finish with stippled background with scattered areas of light pitting. Frame is overall grey with cleaning, scattered staining and traces of orig finish. Grips are sound, solid and well fit retaining over 90% orig varnish with several dings and dents especially on butts and hairline crack on left grip. Good mechanics with strong bright bore. 49059-143 JS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1121

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1122

ELLS POCKET MODEL BAR HAMMER PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 27. 31 Cal. This is a nice example of a scarce gun made by Josiah Ells, Pittsburgh, PA 1857-1859. This particular example has a 3-3/4″ oct bbl with light scroll engraving. Smooth 5-shot cylinder has similar scroll engraving as does frame and trigger bow. Hammer is marked on either side “ELLS PATENT / AUG 1. 1854”. 2-pc walnut stocks are each numbered “27” matching SN on frame. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine overall. Gun retains much of probable restored blue finish and case colors. Stocks are matching retaining much of their orig oil finish with dings and dents, especially on butt where gun apparently was used as tack hammer. Gun functions well; has double action with crisp well defined shiny bore. 49059-123 JS (750-1,250) – Lot 1122

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1123

VERY FINE MASS ARMS WESSON & LEAVITT BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 758. 31 Cal. This is a very fine example of the Mass Arms pocket revolver being a smaller edition of their dragoon revolver; this gun is virtually identical, except proportionately smaller in size. This example exhibits 4″ rnd bbl, smooth 6-shot cylinder. Topstrap marked “MASS. ARMS CO. / CHICOPEE FALLS.”. Lock is marked “WESSON’S & LEAVITT’S PATENT”. Cylinder and frame internally are marked “LEAVITT’S PATENT APRIL 29 1837” and “WESSON’S PATENT AUG. 28, 1849”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent overall. Bbl retains over 80% bright blue finish with other components retaining strong traces of orig finish including hammer and back of frame exhibiting 30-40% bright case colors. Stocks are sound and solid, well-fit retaining 95%+ orig varnish with edge wear. Gun is mechanically sound with bright shiny crisp bore. 49059-142 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1123

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1124

MASS ARMS MAYNARD PRIMED BELT MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 706. 31 Cal. Hand-turned 6-shot cylinder with floral scroll decoration. Rnd 6″ bbl. Top strap marked “MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS”. Right side of frame has movable cover marked with eagle and “MAYNARD’S PATENT SEP. 22, 1845”. This interesting and popular revolver utilizes a push button inside trigger guard to retain and release cylinder so as not to infringe upon Colt’s patent. About 1000 of these revolvers were made in varying bbl lengths where longer bbls like this generally bring a premium. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good overall. Bbl retains about 10% blue finish especially in protected areas. Remainder of metal is overall grey with traces of muted case color. Mechanically gun is functional including Maynard device with crisp well defined bore. 49059-141 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1124

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1125

VERY FINE CIVIL WAR SAVAGE NAVY REVOLVER.

SN 1147. Cal. 36. Popular and unusual Civil War era revolver purchased by both the Army & Navy, a total of 11,984 guns were purchased by the government of the approx. 20,000 produced. It has 7-1/8″ oct bbl with tall brass pin front sight and 3 line markings on top strap “SAVAGE R.F.A. CO. MIDDLETOWN. CT / H.S.NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17 1856 / JANUARY 18 1859, MAY 15 1860”. It has a 6-shot smooth cylinder with detachable revolving ratchet and a heart-shaped trigger guard with ring trigger & standard trigger. Ring trigger cocks the hammer, rotates the cylinder & the normal trigger fires the revolver. Fitted with 2-pc matching numbered smooth walnut grips. Since this gun has no inspector mark or inspector cartouches it was probably made for the private market to be sold to an Army officer or anyone wanting this massive Navy caliber revolver. This gun is in extremely fine condition retaining much of its orig finish. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall. All matching. Bbl retains about 80% orig factory blue. Frame retains strong traces of orig blue in protected areas with balance brown/plum. Trigger & trigger guard retain areas of muted case color with balance grey/brown. Hammer retains about 20-30% orig case colors. Cylinder retains about 60% orig blue with balance a grey/brown patina. Mechanics are crisp, bright shiny bore with crisp rifling. Stocks are sound, solid and well-fit, with a few small dings, dents and scratches as can be seen in photos. 49059-148 JS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1125

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1126

EXCEPTIONAL AND SCARE CIVIL WAR ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER LIPFIRE ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 84. Cal. 44. Blue finish with 7-1/2″; oct to rnd bbl, pinched post dovetail brass front sight. Left side of bbl flat marked “ALLEN & WHEELOCK. WORCESTER. MASS. US / ALLEN’S PT’S. SEPT 7. NOV 9. 1858”. Cylinder is 6-shots, unfluted with notches cut near rear outside edge for protrusion of lip. There is a hinged door on right side of frame for cartridge introduction, serial numbered to match gun. Mounted with smooth 2-pc varnished walnut grips with matching serial numbers internally on each. This revolver has the unusual feature of bayonet latch cylinder pin like on percussion models, but heavier. This is a rare gun to find in high condition as only about 250 were manufactured and these prior to the percussion models; both being popular sidearms among Union officers. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains 60-70% bright blue finish with remainder flaking to a grey/brown patina. Frame retains 80%+ orig bright finish with main reductions on grip straps. Cylinder retains about 70% bright blue finish with light drag line. Hammer, loading gate, trigger and extractor lever retain some light case color with balance silver/grey. Stocks are crisp, sound and well fit retaining virtually all of their orig vanish with slight edge wear and minor dents and bruises. 49059-136 JS (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1126

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1127

VERY FINE AND SCARCE CIVIL WAR ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 303. Cal. 44. Blue finish with 7-1/2″. Oct to rnd bbl, pinched post dovetail brass front sight. Left side of bbl flat marked “ALLEN & WHEELOCK. WORCESTER. MASS. US / ALLEN’S PT’S. JAN. 13. DEC. 15. 1857 SEPT. 7…” This is a fine example retaining much of its orig finish with an especially fine condition cylinder that is possibly unfired. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall. All matching. Bbl retains about 20-30% orig blue, mostly on the oct area with the rnd section a smooth gray metal patina; frame retains about 40-50% glossy orig blue with the balance grey/plum. Trigger guard and hammer retain muted case colors with balance grey. Grip straps are mostly a grey/brown patina with traces of orig bright blue. Grips are sound and solid, well fit retaining 90% plus orig varnish, light edge wear. Cylinder retains about 90% orig bright blue with balance grey and white drag line. Strong blue finish still found in chambers and bore. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 49059-156 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1127

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1128

FINE AND SCARCE CIVIL WAR ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 84. Cal. 44. Blue finish with 7-1/2″ oct to rnd bbl, pinched post dovetail brass front sight. Left side of bbl flat marked “ALLEN & WHEELOCK. WORCESTER. MASS. US / ALLEN’S PT’S. JAN. 13. DEC. 15. 1857 SEPT. 7…” This is a fine example retaining most of its orig finish that is possibly unfired. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall. All matching. Bbl retains about 20-30% orig blue, mostly on the oct area with the rnd section a smooth gray metal patina; frame retains about 40-50% glossy orig blue with the balance grey/plum. Trigger guard and hammer retain muted case colors with balance grey. Grip straps are mostly a grey/brown patina with traces of orig bright blue. Grips are sound and solid, well fit retaining 90% plus orig varnish, light edge wear. Cylinder retains about 20% orig splotchy blue with balance grey and white drag line. Strong blue finish still found in chambers and bore. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 49059-137 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1128

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1129

ROGERS & SPENCER ARMY MODEL REVOLVER.

SN 4472. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, plain walnut grips, left grip has matching SN and clear “RPB” cartouche, right grip is numbered 4226. Revolver shows “B” inspector marks on bbl, frame, and cylinder. SNs on frame, loading lever, cylinder, and butt are all matching. Rogers & Spencer, Utica, NY is stamped on top strap deeply and clearly. US Ordnance contracted for 5000 of these revolvers in November of 1864, but only 1500 were delivered by end of April 1865. No records indicate issuance of gun. In 1901, Bannerman of NY acquired almost entire lot and offered them to collectors. That accounts for fine mint condition of which many specimens are yet seen. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 80% bright blue finish with some light pitting on top of flat near frame and some staining on left side. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Loading lever assembly retains 80% muted case color. Cylinder retains 80% bright blue with drag mark and wear at front. Frame retains 80% bright blue with some flaking behind hammer and on top strap. Hammer retains 50% muted case color. Backstrap retains 50% blue with flaking at top. Forestrap and butt retain 80% blue with high point wear. Grips are very good with sharp cartouche and only minor dents and scratches at butt. Small chip missing from heel of left grip. A very fine example of a relatively rare Civil War era revolver. 49550-1 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1129

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1130

FINE CIVIL WAR MARTIALLY MARKED ROGERS & SPENCER PERCUSSION ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 1934. Cal. 44. Blue finish with 7-1/2″ oct bbl, nickel silver cone front sight with rear sight and groove in the top strap. Top strap has usual “ROGERS & SPENCER / UTICA N.Y” address. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Bbl retains about 60% glossy orig blue with remained plum/grey. Hammer rammer assembly have some muted case color with balance grey. Cylinder retains about 90% glossy orig blue with light pitting around the rear edge nipple recesses. Grips are sound and solid, well fit, show light to moderate edge wear with several small nicks below cartouche below left stock. Mechanics are fine, crisp fine bore with areas of rust and pitting. 49059-155 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1130

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1131

REMINGTON MODEL 1863 “NEW MODEL” ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 92673. Cal. 44 8″ bbl, blue finish, plain walnut grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 95% bright blue finish with slight muzzle high point wear. Bbl address is sharp. Bore is frosty with sharp rifling. Rammer retains 90% bright blue with some thinning. Cylinder retains 90% bright blue with a slight drag mark and some high point wear at front and rear of cylinder. Frame retains 80% bright blue with some erosion and dents on left side of top strap. Some minor scratches and slight fading on bbl lug. Brass trigger guard is nice mustard patina. Trigger retains 90% fire blue. Hammer retains 90% dull case color with some oil stains. Grips are very fine with a strong cartouche and only a few slight handling marks. Bbl, rammer, frame, cylinder, trigger guard, and bottom of grip all show military inspector marks. SN is well struck on bottom of bbl. A very fine Remington New Model Army revolver that would be hard to improve upon. 49548-9 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1131

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1132

VERY FINE CASED ENGLISH PEPPERBOX PISTOL.

SN NSN. This is a very fine conditioned pepperbox complete with accoutrements in matching fine condition. 6-bbl cluster. Bbl measure about 3″ and gun overall is about 8″. Hammer and bbls are cased color hardened with German silver frame and varnished checkered 2-pc grips. Gun exhibits light scroll engraving with cast and chased full relief lions head as buttcap. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Bbls and hammer retain 90%+ bright case colors with balance silver/grey. Trigger guard retains about 70% of it’s orig fire-blued finish. 49059-246 JS (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1132

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1133

EXTREMELY FINE ENGLISH LARGE 6-SHOT PEPPERBOX PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 251. 40 Cal. This is a beautiful gun retaining most of its orig fire-blued and case colored finish. Bbls are 4-1/2″ marked on opposite sides of frame “J. WITTON / 82 OLD BROAD STREET / LONDON”. Double action pistol utilizes bar hammer which is engraved to match frame, backstrap and trigger guard. SN 251 is engraved on backstrap behind hammer. Small British proofs are found on each rib between bbls. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Bbls and hammer retain 80-90% muted case colors with balance silver/grey. Frame and backstrap retain 80-90% bright blue with balance plum/grey. Trigger guard retains about 70% bright blue. Stocks retain 95% plus bright varnish finish with scattered nicks and dings. 49059-125 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1133

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1134

EXCEPTIONAL 19TH CENTURY PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX REVOLVER.

SN 21. 32 Cal. This medium frame pepperbox measuring 7-3/4″ overall with a cluster of six 3-3/8″ bbls and ring trigger. Gun is totally unmarked externally other than engraved scrolls on frame and backstrap. Gun is internally SNd 21 on back of bbl cluster and frame. There are no proofs found, but gun appears European in style and finish. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Excellent overall. Bbls and frame retain 95% orig finish with most reductions on backstrap. Engraving is crisp. 2-pc grips retain about 90% their orig varnish with about a 1″ square area on right side at junction of frame where varnish is chipped and missing. Mechanically gun functions with smooth clean, but dirty smooth bores. 49059-127 JS (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1134

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1135

ALLEN & THURBER PEPPERBOX PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

SN 184. 32 Cal. This is a medium size pepperbox with cluster of six 4-1/4″ bbls which are marked on 2 flutes “ALLEN & THURBER WORCESTER / PATENTED 1837 CAST-STEEL”. Left side of bar hammer marked “ALLEN’S PATENT”. Frame and nipple shield are florally engraved. Blued finish and 2-pc varnished “dog leg style” grips with small German silver escutcheons. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good overall. Bbls retain strong traces of blue finish with remainder plum. Nipple shield and frame retain about 10% fire-blued finish with remainder grey/brown. Stocks retain most of their orig thin varnished finish. Each with stamped SN 184. 49059-122 JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1135

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1136

CIVIL WAR GREENE BREECH LOADING PERCUSSION CARBINE.

SN 1363. Cal. .54, 18″ rnd bbl. Gun has small British proofs on most every part and a large crown over “VR” on lock just forward of “MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS/U.S.A. 1856”. Tang is marked “GREENE’S PATENT / JUNE 27TH 1854.”. Primer door is marked “MAYNARD’S PATENT SEP.22 1845”. This is a unique and scarce arm made in the US for British contract prior to American Civil War. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall, bbl and receiver retains about 80% of its thinning blue finish. Breech is gray/brown overall with staining and light pitting. Lock and hammer and Maynard primer door retain muted case colors being overall silver/gray with crisp markings. Stock is sound and well fit with numerous small storage dings, dents and scratches. Buttplate and patch box have traces of finish, overall gray/brown with light pitting. Mechanically gun is excellent with bright, crisp bore. 49059-242 JS (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1136

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1137

FINE CIVIL WAR WARNER CARBINE.

SN 2069. Cal. .50. About 1,500 of these guns were made for James Warner by the Massachusetts Arms Company circa 1864. Brass breech block hinged on the right side, extraction by manual slide at bottom rear of forestock, 20″ rnd bbl with iron barrel band, 2-leaf rear sight and unique Warner half rnd steel front sight. Buttstock and frame have small inspector letters, left side of frame marked “JAMES WARNER, SPRINGFIELD, MASS”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine overall, bbl retains about 90% thinning blue, appears touched up. Brass is smooth with yellow brass patina. Stocks are sound and solid with hand worn patina, there is a crack in forestock forward of ejector lever. Mechanically gun is sound with crisp fine shiny bore. 49059-240 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1137

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1138

EXCELLENT JOSLYN MODEL 1855 “MONKEY TAIL” CARBINE.

SN H9. Cal. .54, 22-1/2″ rnd bbl, brass mounts. Lock plate marked “A.H. Waters & Co. /Milbury, Mass”. Breech lever is marked “PATD BY / B.F. JOSLYN. / AUG. 23, 1855”. This example is in exceptional condition being possibly unfired, retaining raised grain, case colors and most of the original bbl browning. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains 90%+ original brown finish, lock is smooth with traces of case color overall gray. Breach retains thin muted case color with balance silver/gray, with areas of staining and pin prick pitting. Brass mounts are smooth with staining. Stock is sound, well fit with raised grain, oiled finish, a few small dents that do not affect aesthetics. Mechanically gun is fine with crisp, bright bore. 49059-239 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1138

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1139

GWYN & CAMPBELL CIVIL WAR CARBINE IN NEARLY NEW CONDITION.

SN 2382. Cal. 52. This is among the finest examples of a popular Civil War carbine in nearly new condition. All serial numbers on gun are matching. Gun is marked rear of lock, “GWYN & CAMPBELL” in an arch above “PATENT/1862/HAMILTON O”. Frame is stamped “UNION RIFLE” vertically below breech. An inspector’s cartouche “WHR” is crisp and found in stock opposite lock. Gun retains most all its original blue and original case colors as can be seen in photos. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains 95%+ original blue though fading. The bore is crisp and appears unfired. The lock, frame and lever retain 95% of their bright case colors with remainder muted. The breech block and backstrap retain about 90% of their bright fire blue with areas of pitting and staining. Stock is fine and solid, well fit. Inspector marks on comb and cartouche are crisp and easily read. Stock has several small storage dings and scratches. Mechanically gun is functional with a crisp shiny bright bore. 49059-228 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1139

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1140

EXCEPTIONAL CIVIL WAR PALMER BOLT ACTION CARBINE.

SN NSN. Cal. 50. 20″ bbl. This is a extremely fine example of the first bolt action metallic cartridge arm accepted by the U.S Government. Only about 1,000 of these guns were made by Lamson & Company in Windsor, Vermont and delivered in April 1965. These were not issued to troops due to cessation of hostilities. This gun conforms to the standard configuration of other specimens and marked like others “US/EG Lamson & Co/Windsor VT” and “1865″ on lock and on back of breech “WM Palmer/Patent/DEC.22.1863″. This is a beautiful example of this carbine which would be difficult to upgrade. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: This gun is excellent overall. Bbl retains most of its original finish turned mostly plum with small areas of pin prick pitting. Rifling in bore is excellent, crisp, well defined and shiny. Lock, hammer, trigger guard, bbl band and buttplate retain most of their original bright case colors. Buttplate has collection number stamped at bottom and four tack holes are found on right side of buttstock where a plate has been removed. Otherwise stock is excellent with areas of raised grain, crisp cartouche and minor storage dings, dents and scratches. Mechanically gun is excellent. 49059-233 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1140

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1141

EXCELLENT JENKS NAVAL CARBINE WITH MAYNARD TAPE PRIMER.

SN 2069. Cal. 54. Unusual side hammer carbine with 24-1/4″ rifled rnd bbl, integral front sight on front brass band with smooth brass middle band, both screwed to forestock. Fitted to lock under hammer is Maynard tape primer mechanism. This scarce variant only occurs on about 1000 guns made by Remington. It has usual “USN” markings with “RP” (Richard Paine) inspector initials and the date “1847″ with “W.JENKS” and “CAST-STEEL” on top flat of bbl. Lockplate has usual markings “REMINGTON’S/HERKIMER/N.Y.” This scarce variant of a Jenks carbine rarely comes to market and this is a beautiful example retaining most of its orig finish that would be difficult to upgrade. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Bbl retains 95%+ orig brown finish though thinning in areas with staining and light pitting. Lockplate & hammer retain strong traces of case color with balance a smooth silver/gray. Brass is a yellow polished patina. Loading lever on top retains about 50% thin blue finish with staining. Stock is sound and solid with scattered storage dings, dents and scratches with well defined inspector’s cartouche. Mechanics are excellent, crisp bright bore. 49059-241 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1141

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1142

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE.

SN 15058. Cal. .54, About 20,000 of these popular brass mounted carbines were made during the Civil War, most saw hard use. 21″ rnd bbl, with 2-leaf rear sight and fixed front sight. Markings include on top of bbl just forward of 2-leaf rear sight “STARR ARMS CO YONKERS,NY”. The same marking is found in two lines on lock & “STARR’S PATENT, SEPT.14TH 1858″ is stamped on back of breech. Most parts have small sub-inspector letters & stock has two large cartouches which read “JTB” (James T Baden, Inspector 1862-1864). Bbl is inspected “HGS” on left side near breach. Buttstock has interesting inspector mark on top of comb near butt “LAB” (Lester A Beardslee, LT. CDR., USN). It is rare to find such a fine example retaining most of its original finish and raised grain wood. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall, bbl retains 95%+ original blue though dull. Sights, screws and trigger plate retain most of their original bright fire blue. Lock, hammer and lever retain about 50% bright and muted case colors with balance silver/gray. Frame retains thin muted case colors with overall blue/gray patina. Stocks are sound, well fit, with bruising from saddle ring over one cartouche. Forestock has bruising and blemishes forward of band. Both stocks have scattered storage dings, dents and scratches. Mechanically gun functions well with crisp, shiny, bright bore. 49059-232 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1142

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1143

EXCEPTIONAL CIVIL WAR BALL REPEATING CARBINE.

SN NSN. Cal. 50. This is a popular Civil War era carbine of which about 1,000 were made. Marked on left side of receiver is “E.G. Lamson & Co / Windsor / VT / US / Ball’s Patent / June 23, 1863 / Mar 15, 1864″. This interesting patent arm was operated by a lever which also acted as the trigger guard. This is a nice example of seldom offered Civil War era carbine in near new condition that would be difficult to upgrade. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains almost all its orig finish which is now a dark plum color with a bright mirror-like bore with crisp rifling that appears unfired. Frame, lock, breech, lever & buttplate retain most of their bright case colors with balance a silver/gray. Stock is sound & solid, well-fit with raised grain with scattered small storage dings & dents. 49059-235 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1143

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1144

VERY FINE CIVIL WAR MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE.

SN 23264. Cal. 56-50. Standard Spencer carbine marked “SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE CO. BOSTON. MASS. PAT’D MARCH 6, 1860″. Made with Stabler patented magazine cut-off. It has 20” rnd bbl, 6 lands & grooves, square base front sight with Spencer ladder rear sight with tension spring. This gun retains bright orig finish and fine stock. This is a very fine and scarce (only about 1,000 were produced) example of a late Civil War and early Indian War military carbine that generally saw hard use and finding examples in high condition such as this are difficult today. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Bbl retains 95%+ original finish though much is thinning and turning plum, small areas of pin prick pitting. Lock, frame & hammer retain much of their original case colors with balance silver/grey with staining and pin prick pitting. Stocks are sound and well fit, buttstock has several storage dings & dents but cartouches are fairly crisp and well discerned as seen in photos. Mechanically gun functions well with bright crisp bore. 49059-236 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1144

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1145

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1865 SHARPS PERCUSSION CARBINE.

SN C45480. Cal. .52, Standard carbine with usual markings throughout. It has a 22″ round bbl. Bbl is marked forward of sight “Sharps Rifle/Manufg. Co/Hartford Conn” and rear of sight on bbl “New Model 1865″. Frame and hammer have Sharps and Lawrence patent marks as usually seen and typical sling bar and ring on the left side. This is a fine example of the final production of the Civil War Sharps military carbine with only approx 5000 units produced. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains about 90% of thinning dull blue finish with several large scratches and scuffed areas. Lock, hammer and frame retain much of their muted case colors with scattered areas of staining and pin prick pitting. Stocks are sound and solid with areas of raised grain with scattered areas of staining and small dings and dents. Gun mechanically is excellent with bright, shiny bore. 49059-238 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1145

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1146

EXCEPTIONAL CIVIL WAR BURNSIDE CARBINE.

SN 17089. Cal. 52. This gun conforms to other guns of this pattern with 21″ bbl and about 39″ overall. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Extremely fine and all matching. Bbl retains about 95% of its original thin blue finish though most has turned plum. The frame, lock and hammer exhibit bright case colors though muted in areas with balance silver/gray. The breech lever & backstrap exhibit 95%+ bright brilliant blue. Buttstock is sound and solid with crisp cartouches and some raised grain with scattered tiny scrapes, scratches, dings & dents from storage. Forestock is fine overall with similar cosmetic defects as buttstock. Mechanically sound and bore is bright & crisp. 49059-229 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1146

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1147

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE.

SN 23564. Cal. 50. This standard second model also known as the model-1863 Maynard Carbine had production of just over 20,000 arms between 1863 – 1865. “1865” stamped on trigger plate just rear of lever and this example retains most of its orig finish & has possibly never been fired. This gun conforms to other known models with 20″ oct to rnd bbl, pinched front sight & 3-leaf adjustable rear sight. Left side of frame has sling bar & carbine ring. Stock is straight-grain walnut with 2 crisp inspector cartouches which both read “JM” (Julian McAllister). Small sub-inspector letters found on most other parts of gun. This is a very fine example of this popular Civil War gun that has few defects. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: This gun is excellent overall. Bbl retains 95% orig blue finish though dull. The bore exhibits crisp mirror-like shine with well-defined rifling. Frame and lever retain much of its orig muted case color with balance a silver/gray. Buttplate retains 50% bright blue finish with balance plum with areas of rust & pitting. Stock is sound & solid with raised grain with numerous small storage dents, dings & scratches with crisp, like-new inspectors’ cartouches. 49059-234 JS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1147

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1148

CIVIL WAR SMITH CARBINE.

SN 11957. Cal 50. 21-5/8″ bbl. Fine example retaining much of its orig finish that conforms to the standard configuration of this arm with part oct bbl, with adjustable rear sight and fixed front sight with German silver blade. On the left side of breech is marked “ADDRESS/POULTNEY&TRIMBLE/BALTIMORE, U.S.A.” and “SMITH’S PATENT/JUNE 23 1857″, and also the 3-line markings on the contractor, “MANUFACTURED BY/AM’N M’CH’N WKS/SPRINGFIELD MASS”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine overall, bbl retains 95%+ thinning blue finish. Hammer, frame and breach retain muted case colors with an overall smooth gray/brown patina. Sights, breach strap, trigger guard and buttplate retain about half of their original blue finish. Stocks are well fit, refinished and retain most all of their newer varnished finish. Mechanically gun is excellent with bright, shiny bore. 49059-230 JS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1148

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1149

RARE CIVIL WAR LINDNER CARBINE.

SN NSN. Cal. .58. 20” rnd bbl. This is the first type marked “EDWARD LINDNER’S / PATENT. / MARCH 29. 1859.” on top of the breechblock/loading chamber. Inspector initials appear on various parts of the gun. Only 892 of these were made, 391 of which were received by the Ordnance Dept. in November of 1861 and issued to the First Michigan Cavalry. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Good to very good overall, gun appears all original and matching. Metal with old cleaning is overall bright/gray with scattered staining and light pitting. Stock is well fit with hairline crack just forward of lock. Mechanically gun functions, with crisp discernible rifling in bore. 49059-243 JS (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1149

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1150

CIVIL WAR ERA PEABODY CARBINE.

SN NSN. Cal. 50 RF. This gun is in near-new condition & appears unfired retaining most of its orig finish & conforms to other known carbines with 20″ Round bbl with single leaf rear sight. Case hardened frame and back action lock. Left side of receiver is marked with “Peabody’s Patent July 22, 1862 Manf’d by Providence Co Prov. RI”. Saddle ring is on loop on left side. Buttplate and bbl band are case hardened. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains 95%+ orig blue finish though turning plum with scattered stains with crisp mirror-like bore. Lock, frame, breech & lever retain much original bright case colors with balance silver/gray. Stocks are sound & solid with raised grain & small “WC” cartouche is crisply struck. Most all metal parts have small sub-inspector letters similar to those found on U.S. martial arms. 49059-227 JS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1150

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1151

CIVIL WAR ERA PEABODY CARBINE.

SN NSN. Cal. 50 RF. This gun is in near-new condition & appears unfired retaining most of its orig finish & conforms to other known carbines with 20″ round bbl with single leaf adjustable rear sight. Case hardened frame and back action lock. Left side of receiver is marked with “Peabody’s Patent July 22, 1862 Manf’d by Providence Co Prov. RI”. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl retains 95%+ orig blue finish though thin with foreign proof on right side of bbl just forward of band. Lock, frame, breech & lever retain much original bright case colors with balance silver/gray. Stocks are sound & solid with raised grain & small “WC” cartouche is crisply struck initials not being easily discernible. Most all metal parts have small sub-inspector letters similar to those found on U.S. martial arms. Mechanically gun is excellent with crisp, shiny bore. 49059-231 JS (2,000-3,500) – Lot 1151

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1152

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CONVERSION SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET.

SN NSN. Cal. .69, Honest example in attic condition of a Hewes & Phillips Philadelphia bolster conversion of an “1828” dated Springfield musket. CONDITION: Good to very good overall, all original and complete. Markings all discernible on lock. Mechanically sound. 49253-19 JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1152

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1153

SCARCE HOWARD THUNDERBOLT RIFLE.

SN 778 C. Cal. 44 Rimfire. The Whitney – Howard lever action hammerless single shot breech loader better known as the Howard Thunder Bolt was manufactured between 1866 – 1870. Bbl length: 24-1/2”. Marked “MANUF’D. FOR-HOWARD-BROS.-BY-WHITNEY-ARMS-CO.-WHITNEYVILLE-CONN.” on the right side of the bbl. “C. HOWARD PATENTED.SEPT. 26 &OCT 10.1865-OCT. 28 1862” on the left. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine overall, bbl retains about 30% of its original blue finish with balance blue/plum, other metal is gray/plum. Stock is sound and solid. Mechanically gun functions with crisp well discerned bore. 49059-114 JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1153

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1154

REMINGTON SINGLE SHOT BREECH-LOADING CARBINE U.S. CONTRACT MODEL, A.K.A. “SPLIT BREECH REMINGTON”.

SN 640. Cal. 46 RF. 20″ bbl, blue and case color finish, straight grained walnut stocks, saddle ring and bar on left side of receiver. U.S. inspected and cartouched. These carbines were made under sub-contract from Remington by the Savage Revolving Arms Company of Middletown, Ct. Made circa 1865 & 1866, This is Remington’s earliest production long arm chambered for metallic cartridge ammunition. Small inspector marks are present on metal parts. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 75% blue finish turning to a pleasing plum-brown. An area of roughness about 5″ long on right side of bbl as a result of poor handling. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Sights are excellent. Bbl band and retainer spring retain 90% case colored finish. Receiver retains 30% case colored finish with balance drifting to a pleasing gray-brown patina. Right side of receiver has some scratching. Screws in receiver are fine retaining much of straw finish. Breechblock and hammer retain 50% black blue finish. Stocks are very good with some slight handling marks and bruises, especially on left side of forend. Buttstock shows clear cartouches and a “P” proof. Buttplate retains 90% fiery case color with some wear at heel and toe. A very fine example of a very rare early Remington carbine. 49547-5 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1154

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1155

VERY FINE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY ALTERATION OF CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE FOR INDIAN WARS.

SN 34006. Cal. .50, This is a very fine orig and authentic Civil War Spencer carbine that was altered after the Civil War by Springfield Armory with three groove rifle sleeve and “Stabler Cut-off” device which allowed gun to be utilized as a single shot. This gun conforms to other early issued Spencer carbines with markings on receiver flat “SPENCER REPEATING/RIFLE CO BOSTON MASS/PAT’D MARCH 6 1860.” PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine to very fine overall, bbl retains 20 – 30% original blue finish, being overall blue/brown with staining and pin prick pitting. Bore exhibits well discerned rifling with pitting. Frame exhibits much original Springfield Arsenal case colors, markings on bbl flat are weak and thin due to this arsenal refinish. Other metal is gray/brown. Stocks are sound and solid with no apparent inspection marks. Mechanically gun is excellent. 49059-237 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1155

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1156

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1865 CONVERSION BUFFALO RIFLE WITH SHEARD MARKING.

SN 48385. Cal. 45-2-1/10 28” heavy round bbl, blue and case hardened finish with walnut stocks. CONDITION: Very good for a Western Buffalo rifle. Rifle retains plum gray finish overall with some roughness around rear sight. Receiver is silver. Lockplate shows 40% case colors. Set triggers function well. Bbl is marked “Old Reliable, Bridgeport, CT” and behind the rear sight is marked “From W. F. Sheard, Livingston, MONT.” Front sight is definitely an early Sheard design. Stocks are good with some gaps at frame. Forestock has blackened pommel wear. Nice example of an early Sharps Buffalo gun that definitely went west. 49468-2 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1156

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1158

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1888 ROD BAYONET RIFLE.

SN 503721. Cal. 45-70. 32″ bbl, Blue and case color finish, Straight grain American walnut stock, Buffington rear sight. Bbl shows “V. P.” and eagle-head proof at breech. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 90% blue drifting slightly to a plum patina, some slight scratches about 3″ from muzzle on top of bbl and some slight muzzle wear. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Bayonet catch shows 90% blue. Rod bayonet shows 50% blue with some rust stains. Bbl bands show 60% blue with slight plumming. Rear sight is very good. Receiver shows 60% dull gray finish. Tang shows vivid case color. Breechblock shows vivid case color in protected areas with some staining on top. Breech is marked “US Model 1884”. Lock and hammer show muted gray case hardening. Eagle is very fine on lock. Trigger guard shows 90% blue with some thinning and high point wear. Stock has been lightly sanded and varnished. 1890 cartouche is still visible on left side, and circle P is visible behind trigger guard. Buttplate shows 50% dull gray with high point wear and stains on heel and toe. A nice honest Trapdoor Springfield. The last of the US Single Shot big caliber black powder long arms. 49527-11 TEP C&R (750-1,250) – Lot 1158

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1159

MODEL 1855 SPRINGFIELD PERCUSSION PISTOL CARBINE.

SN NSN. Cal. 58. This is a fine example of the unique and popular martial Civil War pistol-carbine. This gun conforms with other examples with rifled 12″ rnd/oct bbl marked at left breech “V/P” over eagle’s head and dated “1855″ forward of folding three leaf sight on tang. Lock marked on primer door with spread winged eagle and “U.S./SPRINGFIELD” in front of lock and dated “1856″ behind the hammer. Walnut stock has inspector cartouche. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Overall very good to fine, metal has been cleaned to a bright gray/white overall with scattered areas of pin prick pitting. Adjustable 3-leaf rear sight has crisp markings. Brass mountings are all cleaned and polished with a yellow brass color. Walnut stocks are sound and solid with old refinish such that edges are rounded and inspectors cartouche is only discernible in outline. Gun functions well including Maynard tape device (a roll of caps is found in device). Bore exhibits well discerned rifling with pitting. 49059-154 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1159

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1160

GROUP OF 4 SHEFFIELD BOWIE KNIVES INCLUDING 2-BLADED KNIFE PISTOL.

1) Unmarked Unwin & Rodgers-style 2-bladed knife pistol. Percussion bbl is German silver 3-1/2″. Knife is 10″ overall with double edged 3-1/2″ blade. 2) 13-1/4″ overall, 8-1/2″ clip point blade marked “EDWARD / BARNES & SONS / CELEBRATED / DIRK KNIFE”. Patriotic American eagle pommeled cutlery grip is occasionally seen in Civil War photography and several examples are excavated from Civil War sites. 3) Most unusual stag cutlery grip knife with carved horse head with glass eyes appears contemporary to period. Blade is no doubt antebellum with numerous cyphers and motto “RIO GRANDE CAMP KNIFE”. Maker’s mark on ricasso “S.C. WRAGG / 25 / FURNACE HILL / SHEFFIELD”. Knife is 13″ overall with 7-3/8″ clip point blade. Scabbard is German silver mounted with gilt embossing, missing drag & frog button. 4) Circa 1890, “JOSEPH ALLEN & SONS SHEFFIELD ENGLAND” marked on ricasso. “NON*XLL” longitudinally on blade in large letters. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: 1) Good to very good overall. Trigger & firing mechanism complete and partially functional. Blades are gray with staining & pitting overall, one being serrated saw blade. German silver mounts & backstrap have numerous small dings & dents. Stag grips with hand worn patina. Knife still retains one of two additional tools, a pair of tweezers, but pick missing. Blade lock is complete but does not retain blade in locked position. 2) Very good overall. Blade has staining & pitting. Markings clear & discernible. Grip very good to fine with good detail. Scabbard very good, complete gilt decoration with matching patinas to crossguard, well fit. 3) Very good overall. Blade is gray with fine markings, staining & pitting. Carved stag grip has good hand worn patina. Scabbard appears orig, though missing drag. 4) Very good to fine overall. Blade is gray/bright with good markings. 49059-146, 49059-212, 49059-214, 49059-221, JS (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1160

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1161

LOT OF 3 CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS HANDLED EDGED WEAPONS.

1) Fine Model 1832 Ames U.S. short sword dated 1843 in orig scabbard with accompanying Civil War sword belt with eagle buckle with 3-pc silver wreath. 2) Model 1873 Winchester musket saber bayonet in orig scabbard with frog. 3) Unique, possibly Confederate made Bowie bayonet similar in blade style, if not same manufacturer, as Bowie bayonets thought to made by Cook & Bros. of New Orleans for sporting rifles. This could be the same, but these are unique in that they fit over the muzzle of the gun such that guns could no longer be fired once attached. There are only a handful of these examples known. Norm Flayderman in his text The Bowie Knife on pg. 216 shows two identical examples with same scabbards. There is a large “8” found on one quillon on either side which would have probably matched bayonet stud. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: 1) Very good to fine. 19″ blade retains much of its orig polish. Good markings including inspector’s though eagle proof on blade is partially polished out. Scabbard is sound & solid with several scuffs & cracks. Drag is dented. Accompanying belt not attached to frog and is very good overall, being sound & supple with buff dyed brown. Belt plate & keeper are matching and unnumbered. 2) Very good to fine. 20″ blade is gray/bright with scattered areas of staining and European proofs on ricasso. Scabbard is sound & solid, small dings in brass drag. Frog is supple with crazing & wear around hole for stud. 3) Good to very good. 9-1/4″ clip point blade shows old sharpening & grinder marks. Blade overall is gray with staining & pitting. Brass grip has tool marks & dents and is a bit out of round and bent where it may not fit on rifle. Scabbard is crazed, missing frog button, has 3″ cut in leather on top near drag. Frog appears original, is fair to good though missing one belt loop. 49059-224 JS (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1161

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1162

MASSIVE IXL BOWIE KNIFE WITH FULL RECLINING LION POMMELS.

This knife measures 16-1/2″ overall with blade 1-7/8″ wide and over 12″ long. Blade exhibits faceting on top edge and a 6″ beveled clip. There are several partially discernible mottoes on blade as can be seen in photos along with clear makers mark “G. WOSTENHOLM & SONS / WASHINGTON WORKS / SHEFFIELD”. Knife is German silver mounted including scabbard along with orig ivory slab grips. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Blade is grey overall with pinprick pitting and mottoes partially discernible including “Hunters Companion”, “IXL” and an American eagle. Makers mark is clearly stamped on ricasso. We have not seen a full lion by this particular maker before and though blade and pommels are no doubt mid-19th Century it is known that some of these knives were mounted later in the 20th Century. Scabbard body embossed “IXL” appears orig though German silver scabbard mounts are possibly restored. Grip slabs are “certifiable pre-ban ivory” and orig to manufacture of knife. 49471-1 JS IVORY (2,000-4,000) – Lot 1162

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1163

MASSIVE WILLIAM JACKSON SHEFFIELD BOWIE.

This exact knife is pictured on pg. 375 of Norm Flayderman’s monumental text The Bowie Knife. This knife measures 22-3/4″ overall with a 17-3/4″ blade, and is pictured to the far left in photograph of five of these monsters made circa 1850-1860. Knife is made by and marked on ricasso “WM. JACKSON & CO. / SHEAF ISLAND WORKS / SHEFFIELD”. Ricasso is marked with red paint “No. 134″, probably meaning this knife was also from the famous Bob Abel’s collection prior to Mr. Flayderman’s. PROVENANCE: Ex-Robert Abels. Ex-Norman Flayderman Collection; The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Blade is gray with worn point, scattered areas of staining & pitting. Large thick German silver crossguard is loose & there is about 1/2” chip in one grip which can also be seen in Flayderman book. 49059-218 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1163

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1164

LARGE IXL “CALIFORNIA KNIFE” BOWIE & SCABBARD.

Very wide 9-1/8″ blade, 1-5/8″ wide, over 1/4″ thick with 5-3/4″ beveled false edge. Blade has etched panel “GEO WOSTENHOLM’S CELEBRATED CALIFORNIA KNIFE”. This etched panel is weak & difficult to read but can be made out if glinted in light. Ricasso is well marked however “I*XL / G WOSTENHOLM & SON / WASHINGTON WORKS / SHEFFIELD”. German silver scabbard has gold impression in leather “I*XL”. Top scabbard mount, 2″ high, has a 2″ braised German silver belt loop. This is a scarce impressive large knife with a well marked accompanying scabbard. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Blade has old cleaning & pitting with some orig shine, old sharpening. Etched panel as mentioned is only barely discernible but other markings are fine. German silver mounts to accompanying scabbard & hilt very good with scattered small scratches & blemishes. Stag grips well fit with hand worn patina. Scabbard mounts have slightly different patina than hilt but fits knife fairly well though there is a small gap between throat and crossguard as can be seen in photos. 49059-211 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1164

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1165

PAIR OF FINE LARGE JOSEPH ROGERS CLIP POINT STAG HANDLED BOWIE KNIVES.

1) 12″ blade measuring 17″ overall. German silver mounted “J. Rogers & Sons / No 6 Norfolk St / Sheffield” with “VR” cypher (Victoria Regina). Accompanied by German silver mounted scabbard. 2) 10″ clip point Bowie “Joseph Rogers & Sons / Cutlers to their Majesties / No 6 Norfolk Street / Sheffield”. With accompanying German silver mounted scabbard. Norm Flayderman shows a nearly identical specimen with 12-1/2″ blade with same markings and distinctive scalloped crossguard which is an integral part of hilt with same pinned stag grips (pg. 378 The Bowie Knife). PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Markings are fine & well discerned as can be seen in photos. Both blades have been cleaned with scattered staining & pitting. Knife #1 has old sharpening & retains a very sharp edge. Scabbards are fine restorations by same maker on both knives. 49059-217, 49059-220, JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1165

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1166

PAIR OF INTERESTING MID-19th CENTURY ANTIQUE BOWIES.

1) Rosewood handle 14-1/2″ overall with 9-1/2″ slightly curved, spear-point blade reminiscent of knives thought to be made in New Orleans by Cook & Brother with same style scabbard, but this interesting variation has a dished U-shaped pommel for resting a rifle. I have only seen a couple of this variant and the associated scabbard appears the correct type and orig to this knife though leather is weak and drag is missing as is belt loop. 2) Interesting probable mid-19th century, thin-bladed Bowie knife measuring 14-1/2″ overall with 10″ blade only 1.5mm thick, much like trade knifes circa 1840-1870. But handle is most unusual being heavy brass bolster and pommel with no crossguard and well patinaed ivory slab grips. No doubt grips are certifiable as antique and orig to this knife. Accompanied by a brown leather scabbard with brass pin-punched mounted on throat & drag with a 5-pointed star punched in as decoration. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: 1) Good to very good overall. Blade has old cleaning and pinprick pitting. Leather body missing most of its orig finish, is flaking, and unsewn at seam over most of it length. Missing tip, belt loop & top pin of throat. 2) Very good overall. Blade is gray with old sharpening, areas of staining & light pitting. Ivory slabs are certifiable as antique, well-fit with age cracks and numerous small areas of cracking consistent with antique marine and proboscine sources. Scabbard appears to be of newer contemporary construction and is very good overall. 49059-206, 49059-215, JS IVORY (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1166

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1167

CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE.

Classic Confederate D-Guard bowie knife with 13-1/2″ blade measuring 18-1/2″ overall. Double edged blade is about 1-5/8″ wide and over 1/3″ thick at ricasso. Blade appears to have been made from a file which was so typical of Confederate fighting knives. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Good overall. Old cleaning, staining & pitting overall. Grip is cleaned & weathered. Knife appears to be all original authentic. Blade still retains an extremely sharp edge. 49059-205 JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1167

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1168

2 CLIP POINT BOWIE KNIVES OF POSSIBLE CONFEDERATE ORIGIN.

1) 11-1/4″ clip point blade made obviously from file, 16-1/4″ overall, 1-5/8″ width with shaped wood handle with three brass pins attaching grip. 4-1/2″ lozenge shaped iron crossguard. 2) 9-3/4″ clip point blade, 14-3/4″ overall side knife with spurious “MACON / ARSENAL” stamped on blade. Thick brass 3″ crossguard with weathered wood handles retained with six brass pins. It is difficult to date this knife and may be of quite recent manufacture, the markings are quite modern. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: 1) Good overall. Blade is gray with staining & pitting. Numerous small chips in cutting edge. Grip is sound & solid with hand worn patina with small nicks, scratches. 2) Good overall. Old sharpening. Accompanying scabbard appears to be new fabrication. 49059-208, 49059-210, JS (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1168

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1169

RARE AMERICAN SILVER HILTED NAVAL DIRK CIRCA 1800 THOUGHT TO BE MADE BY SAUNDERS OF RHODE ISLAND.

This is a fine American large silver hilted dirk, unsigned however similar design is found with “SAUNDERS” in cartouche who is thought to be a Providence Rhode Island silversmith. Regardless, this is a beautiful knife just over 14″ long with 9″ double edge blade, totally silver mounted including scabbard mounts with carved “certifiable antique elephant ivory” grip. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very good to fine overall. Leather covering to wood scabbard is chipped in areas but overall 90% intact. Silver mounts and grip components also very good with gray/silver patina. Ivory grip has longitudinal crack on one side unaffecting aesthetics. 49380-1 JS IVORY (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1169

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1170

FINE PAIR OF AMERICAN 19TH CENTURY NAVAL DIRKS.

Two fine ivory handled Naval dirks, one with coiled rattlesnake as its cross guard, the other with pair of eagles on its cross guard, both have etched American Eagles on blades and the unusual dirk with rattlesnake guard has rarely seen very thick ovoid blade. Knife with Eagles in cross guard has a bright blue and gold blade and has a large panoply of arms and Federal American Eagle with Shield. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very good to fine overall. Minor chips in pommel sphere of one dirk as can be seen in photos. Grips are “certifiable antique elephant ivory”. 49380-2 JS IVORY (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1170

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1171

RARELY SEEN LARGE “TEXAS RANGER” FOLDING BOWIE, CIRCA 1840-1850.

This exact knife is pictured on pg. 58 of Norm Flayderman’s The Bowie Knife. This knife measures 13″ overall opened with large wide leaf-shaped 6″ blade, cyphered marks of six hounds Motto: “OLD ROUGH & READY”, and on central riband “THE TEXAS RANGER”. Knife has smaller 3″ blade with same maker mark on ricasso “SAMUEL / ROBINSON / SHEFFIELD”. PROVENANCE: Ex-Norm Flayderman Collection; The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Hand worn & whittled stag grips with German silver escutcheon. Steel bolster is gray with staining & pitting. Small blade is very good overall, though probably shortened & repointed at some point in its life. Large blade has cleaning & tool marks. Three letters in mottos are weak, as seen in photos, not affecting overall aesthetics of this rare large, early folder. Blade is still quite sharp. 49059-216 JS (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1171

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1172

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER.

Honest example of an 1865 dated and inspected light cavalry made by Christopher Roby of West Chelmsford, MA and so marked on ricasso. CONDITION: Very good overall. 34″ blade is grey/bright overall with some orig tool marks still visible. Old cleaning. Markings are crisp and well discerned. Grip retains about 90% of its orig leather, though chipped and dry with crazing. Twisted brass wire over leather. Scabbard fits well which is overall bright with old cleaning and areas of rust & pitting. 49616-23 JS (300-500) – Lot 1172

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1173

VERY FINE MODEL 1836 U.S. MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

SN NSN. Cal. 54. This is a fine example of an unfired “ROBERT JOHNSON”, Middleton, CT contract single shot martial flint pistol. This gun conforms to the usual configuration with an overall length of about 14″. Lockplate is flat and beveled ahead of the hammer marked “US/R JOHNSON/MIDDn CONN/1841. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Bbl and iron mountings are overall bright/white with scattered areas of pitting. Case hardened lock and breech retain muted traces of their case colors though mostly grey. Stock is fine and solid with 2 bright well-struck cartouches “WAT” (William Anderson Thornton) & “JH” (James Harris). Wood still exhibits raised grain with scattered small scratches and overall hand worn patina. Bore is bright and shiny gun was possibly never fired. Small sub-inspector marks are found on trigger guard and bbl. 49059-138 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1173

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1174

LOT OF FIVE US FLINTLOCK PISTOLS CONSISTING OF: 1)MODEL 1816 NORTH, 2)MODEL 1826 NORTH NAVY, 3)MODEL 1819 NORTH, 4)MODEL 1826 EVANS NAVY, AND 5)MODEL 1819 WITH NO VISIBLE MAKER MARK.

SN NSN. Cal. 54 1) Model 1816 North, 9″ bbl, walnut stock. 2) Model 1826 Navy by North, 8-1/2″ bbl, walnut stock, missing sash hook. 3) Model 1819 North, 10″ bbl, walnut stock. 4) Model 1826 Navy by Evans with sash hook. 8-1/2″ bbl. 5) Model 1819 unmarked. 10″ bbl. CONDITION: 1) Good. Silver gray-brown patina. “P US” at breech of bbl, lock shows US eagle surrounded by North mark. Traces of cartouche on left stock. Ramrod is present. 2) Good. Silver gray finish overall with polished bbl band, side plate, trigger guard, and buttstrap. Sash hook has been removed, holes are plugged. “AH / P” at bbl breech. US S North on lockplate. 1827 behind hammer. 3) Good. Clean silver-gray finish overall. “JDJ / P / US” at bbl breech. Lock shows US eagle mark surrounded by North logo. “1822” stamped at rear of lock. Hammer safety at rear of lock. Stock shows traces of cartouche. 4) Good. Heavy gray-brown patina overall. Breech of bbl is stamped “AH / P”. Lock is marked 1831 / USN behind hammer. Stock shows no cartouche. Sash hook is present. 5) Good. Speckled silver-gray finish. “RJ / P / US” at breech of bbl. Deep condemn mark at breech of bbl. Traces of maker mark on lockplate with possible 1837 date. Stock shows no cartouche. Small nickel-silver plaque inset. A chance to get a good selection of early US Flintlock pistols for a reasonable price. 49545-7 TEP C&R (5,500-8,500) – Lot 1174

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1175

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA GERMANIC MUSKET.

SN NSN. 42″ rnd bbl about 80 Cal., brass mounted with pointed banana lock. Carved beavertails behind lock, lock escutcheon and bbl tang. No discernible markings. CONDITION: Gun appears orig and as found with dark patina. Complete including iron ramrod. Forestock loose due to broken front bbl pin retainer. About 1/2″ x 1″ piece wood missing on right side at nosecap. 49569-1 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1175

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1176

U.S. MODEL 1816 WICKHAM CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET AND SCABBARD.

SN NSN. Cal. .72 42″ bbl, brown finish, plain walnut stock. CONDITION: Very good as converted to percussion for use in the Civil War. Correct type bayonet and scabbard in good condition. Musket retains an overall gray and plum patinated finish with a few spots of rust present. This musket has been converted to percussion for use in the American Civil War. Barrel breech is marked “1861 H&P” and “N.J.” for New Jersey. A 3 leaf rear sight has been attached to bbl. Lock is marked “U.S.” over “M.T. Wickham”. On the tail of the lock it is marked “PHILa 1827”. Lock shows military style conversion. Iron trigger guard is good. Iron buttplate is marked “U.S.” on the tang. Stock is good with some repair and filling at wrist. Cartouche is partially visible. Bayonet is marked “U.S.”, scabbard and frog are in very good condition. Very good example of a fairly rare Civil War conversion, complete with proper bayonet. 49510-7 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1176

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1177

ALBRIGHT FLINTLOCK SMOOTH BORE GUN.

SN NSN. Cal. 50 CAL SMOOTHBORE 42″ half round bbl, brown finish, highly figured stock. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl shows a brown gray finish overall with areas of heavy pitting at breech. Bbl has a wedding band separation between oct and rnd sections. Lock is marked “London Warranted” and appears to be orig flintlock. Slight repair to frizzen spring. Stock is quarter-sawn maple with tiger striped finish from end to end. Sideplate is horned. Trigger guard is faceted. Crescent buttplate and 3 pc perforated patchbox. Cheekpiece has silver inlay, also a blank silver plaque behind bbl tang. Stock is incised carved on left side behind cheekpiece. Stock has a typical Bethlehem School Roman nose profile. All brass parts have aged patina. Ramrod is present. Very attractive flintlock Kentucky. 49510-3 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1177

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1178

UNMARKED HALF STOCK PERCUSSION PLAINS RIFLE.

SN NSN. Cal. 52 CAL 40-3/4″ heavy bbl, brown finish, plain straight grain stock. CONDITION: Good. Bbl shows a plum brown finish with evidence of cleaning and areas of pitting, especially around the nipple cone. Bbl has hook breech. Rear sight has been moved forward with old dovetail filled. There is a welded repair at the breech end. Ramrod is present. Lock is marked “Steele & Warren Albany”. Lock is lightly engraved. Hammer has a crack. Stock is straight grain with a cheekpiece and a pewter forend cap. Sideplate is a replacement. Blank plaque behind tang. Brass trigger guard and brass crescent buttplate. Stock has a 3 pc pierced brass patchbox. All brass parts have been cleaned. Nice representative example of a heavy plains rifle. 49510-4 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1178

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1179
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: While this is a contemporary gun it is not subject to ATF restrictions. No records need to be filed.

*CONTEMPORARY PERCUSSION BEDFORD COUNTY INCISE CARVED KENTUCKY RIFLE AND CONTEMPORARY SILVER MOUNTED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE BY E EARNHART.

SN NSN. 1) Cal. .40. Overall length 55-1/2″, butt is 3-5/8″ high x 1″ wide. 39-3/8″ rifled bbl. This rifle has a four piece engraved patch box. the 5-5/8″ long Bedford lock is engraved and has a typical Bedford style hammer spur. The stock is birds eye maple wood with some incised carving at the comb. The full oct bbl is marked on its top flat “G R Douglas 40 cal”. The cheek piece has a large brass oval inlay surrounding an eight pointed silver star. 2) Cal. .45. Overall length 59-1/4″, butt is 4-1/4″ high x 1-1/8″ wide. The 43-7/8″ long full oct rifled bbl is marked “E EARNHART”. This rifle has a four piece silver patch box with six piercings. All furniture is silver including the trigger guard, toe plate, side plate and seven inlays. Bbl is held to stock by three bbl wedges. CONDITION: 1) Fine throughout. Double set triggers and lock work well. Probably a good shooter. 2) Fine throughout. Flintlock needs adjustment. Ramrod is missing. 49417-98 RGG C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1179

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1180

BOYE FLINTLOCK BRASS BARRELED BLUNDERBUSS.

SN NSN. Large bore, 13-3/4″ bbl, with attached hinged spring loaded bayonet, original flintlock, checkered stock and brass hardware. CONDITION: Fine condition, bbl shows even mustard colored patina, lock is uncleaned with a roller frizzen, bayonet is original and functions very well. Stock is in very good condition, checkering is sharp, ramrod is present and original. The first scatterguns. 49433-33 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1180

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1181

BELGIAN BLUNDERBUSS FLINTLOCK PISTOL.

SN NSN. Cal. 52. 5” bbl, bright finish, checkered stock with pistol grip. CONDITION: Very good. Pistol is a pleasing brown patina with some cleaning toward the muzzle of bbl. Stock is very good with no missing wood. Flintlock is orig. Ramrod is orig. Engraving on the trigger guard and buttcap of high quality and nicely executed. Bore is elliptical at muzzle which is seldom seen. Nice old Flintlock Blunderbuss pistol. 49401-1 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1181

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1182

UNMARKED CONTINENTAL DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK GAME GUN.

SN NSN. Cal. 20 ga. 34-1/2″ Twist bbls with sunken rib have unlined vents. Locks with semi waterproof pans and roller frizzens have tall serpentine cocks. Stock of plain European walnut has square fluted right hand cheekpiece and deep checkering at grip and forend. Furniture is of relief cast brass with acorn type finials, and nicely engraved foliate decoration. What appears to be orig ramrod, has worm at end and horn tip. Weight: 7 lbs 7 oz. LOP: 14″. CONDITION: Good. Bbls are somewhat pitted. Locks strong. Stock retains most of what appears to be an old oil refinish with a number of knocks and dents, but is sound. 49598-1 MGM375 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1182

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1183

EUROPEAN WHEELOCK.

SN NSN. 44″ overall with 37″ oct bbl with small European proof on top of bbl. Carved stock, iron & brass mounted with bone inlays. Accompanied by wood-handled crank. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Appears complete & functional. 49433-40 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1183

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1184

FINE JAPANESE MATCHLOCK RIFLE.

SN NSN. 53″ overall with 40″ oct bbl with brass inlays which include a dragon, brass inlays in stock. CONDITION: Good to very good overall, complete. Metal surfaces are cleaned with varnish coating. Functional. 49510-2 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1184

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1185

ELABORATE JAPANESE MATCHLOCK WITH BRASS, SILVER & COPPER BARREL INLAY.

SN NSN. 50 Cal. Gun measures about 52″ overall with 40″ oct bbl with swelled muzzle. Stock is painted over black enamel. Brass & silver inlays are found in wood, including small birds. Brass & copper inlays in bbl include bamboo, grapes & leaves and a silver squirrel. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Gun is complete and orig with some blockage, possibly old charge in chamber. Gun appears complete & functional. 49291-36 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1185

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1186

ORNATE JAPANESE MATCHLOCK WITH BRASS & SILVER INLAY.

SN NSN. 51″ overall with 39″ oct bbl with flared muzzle. Silver & brass inlays of 2 Samurai and other motifs are found on bbl. Brass inlays in stock include flowers & animals. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. Gun appears complete and functional. 49532-4 JS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1186

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1187

*JAPANESE BABY NAMBU PISTOL.

SN 1646. Cal. .7mm Nambu. Blue finish with 3-3/8″ bbl & fixed sights. It has full checkered walnut grips & 1 reproduction magazine. CONDITION: Very good. Pistol retains 80% blue finish with surface rust on right and left side of frame, left side of bbl & backstrap. All markings are clear and not polished. Grips are very good with good checkering and few mars. 50% straw on the trigger. Very good rare pistol, hard to find in any condition. Magazine is new. 49433-78 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1187

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1188

*MAUSER MODEL C-96 COMMERCIAL PISTOL WITH ORIGINAL SHOULDER STOCK.

SN 416750. Cal. .30 Mauser. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Finely ribbed wood grips. Numbered shoulder stock. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 80% blue finish with stock wear on the bottom of the bbl and front of the magazine well, some staining on front strap. All visible SN’s match, Ulm proofs on left side of frame and bolt. Fire blue present on sight elevator and extractor. Stock is in very good condition and is marked “750” on the mounting tang which is the last three digits on the pistol which makes this the original stock. Very nice matching set. 49433-67 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1188

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1189

*MAUSER MODEL C-96 COMMERCIAL PISTOL.

SN 30722. Cal. .30 Mauser. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Finely ribbed wood grips. CONDITION: Very good, pistol retains 75% of the original finish with roughness at the breech end of the bbl and left side of the frame. Some roughness on tangent sight and on the right side of the bbl also at the muzzle. This is an early version of the C-96 Mauser with a large ring hammer, the left side of the receiver stamped “Von Lenderke & Detmold New York.”. Grips are good with some marring on the right side. All visible SN’s match. Nice early commercial C-96. 49433-71 TEP C&R (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1189

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1190

*MAUSER MODEL C-96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL.

SN 891866. Cal. .30 Mauser. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Ribbed wood grips. CONDITION: Very good, pistol retains 90% blue finish on the receiver with some staining on the front of the magazine well, bbl shows 80% blue with slight oxidation at the muzzle and on the sides a few rust spots on the bottom of the bbl. Markings are clear and crisp, commercial Ulm proof mark on bolt. Grips are very good. Nice commercial broomhandle. 49433-69 TEP C&R (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1190

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1191

*MAUSER MODEL C-96 BOLO PISTOL.

SN 353744. Cal. .30 Mauser. 4″ bbl, blue finish. Ribbed wood grips. CONDITION: Very good, pistol retains 85% blue finish with wear on the bottom of the bbl, front of the magazine housing, finish turning plum on the bbl and right side of the frame. Grips are very good with almost all varnish finish. Very nice compact C-96 Mauser. 49433-70 TEP C&R (1,250-1,750) – Lot 1191

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1192

*◊ CHINESE COPY OF A CHINESE C-96 MAUSER PISTOL.

SN 12089. Cal. .9mm. 5-1/4″ bbl, blue finish. Ribbed wood grips. With two magazines. CONDITION: Very good, pistol shows 95% of the original finish overall with marring and scratches on the bottom of the bbl. 21st Arsenal mark on left side of frame, Chinese characters on right side, tangent sight. Rear grip strap stamped “China”, front grip strap marked “N.A. Company/Ridgefield N.J.” 49433-72 TEP C&R (800-1,200) – Lot 1192

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1193

*RARE DWM 1900 FRENCH LUGER PISTOL.

SN 4102. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl with “Manufacture Francaise d’Armes & Cycles de Saint-Etienne” on top. BUG proofs and full SN on bottom of bbl. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles. BUG proofs on toggle assembly and left receiver. Grip safety. Numbered parts are matching, including checkered walnut grips. Proper wood bottom magazine is unnumbered. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 90% original blue with scattered light pitting and minor scratches. Grip straps are starting to corrode. Original straw is 70% with light corrosion. Grips are worn and oil soaked. Bore has light wear and frosting. Magazine body has light pitting. Wood bottom has very little wear. Mechanics are very good. 49059-172 BWS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1193

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1194

*RARE DWM 1900 COMMERCIAL LUGER PISTOL.

SN 19414. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN and BUG proofs on bottom. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle lock. “BU” proofs on toggle assembly and left receiver. Grip safety. Numbered parts on gun are matching, including the checkered walnut grips. Wood bottom Imperial Military magazine has numbers that do not match. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 95% original blue with corrosion on left frame rail and grip strips. Straw is 70% with scattered spotting. Grips are lightly worn and darkened with a holster stud indent on right grip. Bore is worn and pitted. Magazine has scattered spotting on body and wood bottom is worn with minor nicks. Mechanics are very good. 49059-173 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1194

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1195

*DWM 1900 US TEST TRIALS RANGE AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER PISTOL.

SN 6353. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl with full SN on bottom. American Eagle above chamber, DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle lock. SN is within the 1000 numbers adopted by the U.S. Army for test trials, but the frame and bbl have been renumbered. Numbered parts are matching and the take down lever has proper SN placement on the right side. Checkered walnut grips have been renumbered to match. Unnumbered wood bottom magazine has proper Flaming Bomb proof. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 95% original blue with some touch-up to bbl, toggle assembly and front of frame. 90% original straw with a safety lever that has been re-heated. Right side of gun has scattered areas of minor pitting. Grips are lightly worn and oil soaked with a few indents on right side. Bore is lightly worn and frosted. Magazine has minor nicks and some corrosion. Mechanics are fine. 49059-171 BWS (1,000-3,000) – Lot 1195

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1196

*BEAUTIFUL 1900 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER PISTOL.

SN 8831. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom. American Eagle crest above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle lock. “GERMANY” marked under SN on front of frame. Right checkered walnut grip is matching, left grip is numbered “01”. It appears to have been well fitted and has been on the gun for a long time, so it may have been a factory error. Grip safety. Proper plain wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 97% bright original blue with typical holster wear on high edges of side plate and front frame rails. Front grip strap has light scratches from shooting with a ring. Original straw is 95% and bright. Bright fire blue on proper small parts. Grips are lightly worn and retain original color. Right grip has typical indent from 1900 holster stud. Bore is bright and sharp. Magazine has very little wear. A very well preserved 1900 American Eagle Luger. Mechanics are very fine. 49059-174 BWS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1196

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1197

*DWM 1902 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER PISTOL.

SN 22176. Cal. 9mm Luger, 4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom that appears to be applied after manufacture. American Eagle above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle lock. Flaming bomb proof under chamber. Full SN on front of frame appears to have been altered. SN parts have numbers that match. Checkered walnut grips are not numbered. Grip safety. Proper “Cal. 9m/m” marked wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, retaining 90% blue with restoration to bbl and front of frame, and some touch-up to grip strips. Straw is 70% with scattered light corrosion. Grips are lightly worn with some minor chips. Magazine has minor spotting in a few places on body and a crack through the wood bottom. Bore has light wear. Mechanics are good. 49059-170 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1197

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1198

*DWM 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE 9MM LUGER PISTOL.

SN 38174. Cal. 9mm Luger, 4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom. American Eagle crest above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. “GERMANY” marked below full SN on front of frame. Grip safety. Numbered parts are matching. Unnumbered checkered walnut grips. “Cal 9m/m” marked wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Vintage refinish retaining 95% blue and 45% straw. Grips are lightly worn and oil soaked dark. Deep indents on top and bottom of right grip. Bore is lightly worn with frosting. Magazine has scattered light pitting on body. Wood bottom has minor dings. Mechanics are good. 49059-180 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1198

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1199

*DWM 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER PISTOL.

SN 31427. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom. American Eagle crest above chamber. “LOADED” marked extractor. DWM scroll on center toggle link. “GERMANY” marked under full SN on front of frame. Numbered parts are matching, including the checkered walnut grips. Grip safety. Proper plain wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, retaining 93% blue with areas of light frosting, 65% straw with scattered light corrosion. Grips are lightly worn with visible wood grain. Bore is worn with light pitting. Magazine body has little wear, wood bottom is worn and has minor dings. Mechanics are very good. 49059-181 BWS (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1199

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1200

*DWM AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER PISTOL.

SN 31804. Cal. .30 LUGER. 4-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut stock. Grip safety in backstrap. Magazine is unmarked with wooden base. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 80% blue finish with most wear at the muzzle. Receiver retains 80% blue finish with high point wear and slight handling marks. Backstrap and forestrap show 80% blue finish. Straw is very good on all small parts. Nice American Eagle Luger pistol. 49433-74 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1200

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1201

*EARLY DWM 1900 SWISS LUGER PISTOL.

SN 1002. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with Swiss Cross proof on left and full SN on bottom. Swiss Cross in Sunburst above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle lock. Swiss Cross proof on rear toggle link. Cross/V next to Swiss Cross proof on left receiver. Numbered parts are matching, including checkered walnut grips. Take down lever and mag release button are numbered on right side. Grip safety. Relieved frame with Simpson LTD import marks in wells below grip screws. Proper Swiss wood bottom magazine with metal discs. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 97% original blue with light corrosion on grip straps and light scratches and dings on front grip strap from shooting with a ring. Original straw is 75%. Grips are lightly worn and wood grain is visible. Magazine has a few spots of corrosion on body. Wood bottom has small nicks. Bore is bright and sharp. Mechanics are fine. 49059-182 BWS (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1201

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1202

*DWM MODEL 1900 SWISS CONTRACT LUGER PISTOL.

SN 21318. Cal. .30. 4-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good as professionally refinished. Pistol retains 98% blue on bbl, frame, action and grips. 95% straw on trigger, takedown catch, safety lever and extractor. Magazine has aluminum end cap, numbered 1447. Swiss cross is sharp at the breech of the bbl. Opportunity to obtain a rare gun at a fair price. 49433-75 TEP C&R (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1202

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1203

*LUGER, 1900 SWISS, LATE PRODUCTION.

SN 21234. Cal. .30 Luger. Late production M1900 Swiss Luger, made by DWM with 4-3/4″ tapered bbl, having drift adjustable front sight. Fixed rear sight mounted on rear toggle link. Early flattop breech block with repaired extractor. Dished middle toggle ears with anti-bounce spring. Late serrated safety. Chamber marked with Swiss cross within starburst. Full SN under bbl and forward frame. Crown/B, crown/U, crown/G markings under bbl with repeated crown/B and crown/U on left receiver. Disassembly shows all matching numbers except for the grip safety that is marked “269”. Neither of the wood checkered grips is numbered, though the right panel is lightly imprinted with a star. Later magazine with tinned body and unmarked wood base. CONDITION: Approx 20% orig blue, largely confined to the top of the receiver, toggle train and other protected areas. Balance has drifted to a brownish mottled patina with cold blue application. Most of the straw has faded from small parts, cleaning and restrawing having been applied to trigger, takedown lever, safety and magazine release. Grips oil darkened but with excellent checkering. Near excellent magazine with crisp wood base having no discs. Bright bore with strong rifling and mild oxidation, better than one would expect from the condition of the pistol. Perfect manual mechanics. 49547-3 LMA C&R (1,250-2,250) – Lot 1203

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1204

*RARE FIRST DELIVERY DWM 1906 SWISS CROSS IN SUNBURST LUGER PISTOL.

SN 5188. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with Swiss proof on left side and full SN on bottom. Swiss Cross in Sunburst above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Cross/V and Swiss Cross proofs on left receiver. Numbered parts on gun are matching, and are small digits applied by DWM. Checkered walnut grips are unnumbered and may be arsenal replacements. This was one of the first 500 Swiss Lugers delivered in 1906. Proper Swiss wood bottom magazine with metal discs. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 97% Swiss arsenal blue and straw. Grips are sharp with beautiful wood grain. Bore is bright and sharp. Magazine body has scattered corrosion. Bottom is lightly worn. Mechanics are fine. 49059-176 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1204

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1205

*DWM 1906 SWISS CROSS IN SHIELD LUGER PISTOL.

SN 14307. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom. Swiss Cross in Shield above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Swiss Crown/M proofs on both sides of receiver. Small digit SN applied by DWM, delivered in 1914. “P. 55” (released by Swiss Military in 1955) on left frame rail. Numbered parts on gun are matching. Grip safety. Unnumbered checkered walnut grips. Proper Swiss wood bottom magazine with metal discs and numbers that do not match. Magazine spine in engraved “Riedtmann” (most likely the family name of the original owner). PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 98% original blue and 85% original straw. Grips are lightly worn and retain original color. Magazine has minor nicks on wood bottom. Bore is bright and sharp. Mechanics are fine. 49059-175 BWS (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1205

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1206

*WAFFENFABRIK BERN 1906/24 SWISS LUGER PISTOL.

SN 17220. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom. “Waffenfabrik/Bern” on center toggle link. Swiss Cross proofs on bbl, receiver, frame and toggle assembly. “P. 54” on left frame rail (Swiss Military Release in 1954). Grip safety. All numbered parts on gun are matching, with large “W+F” numbers on frame and toggle assembly. Large three digit “W+F” matching numbered wide border checkered walnut grips. Proper Swiss plain wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Retains 98% blue and straw. Bore is bright and sharp. Grips are lightly worn and retain original color. Magazine has minor nicks on the bottom. Mechanics are excellent. 49059-177 BWS (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1206

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1207

*WAFFENFABRIK BERN 1929 SWISS LUGER PISTOL RIG WITH HOLSTER.

SN P25354. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN on top and Swiss Cross proof on bottom. Swiss Cross in Shield on center toggle link. Full SN on rear toggle link and left frame rail. “W+F” logo on back of frame. Front frame well stamped “6.40” (manufacture in June of 1940). Grip safety. Original brown plastic grips. Proper “P” marked brown plastic bottom magazine. In a 1942 dated brown leather proper Swiss holster with detachable leather carry strap and an extra brown plastic bottom magazine in the mag pouch. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 99% original blue with very little holster wear on front frame corners. Grips are in near new condition. Bore is bright and sharp. Both magazines are in excellent original condition. Holster and strap are very good with normal wear and light scuffs. Mechanics are excellent. 49059-178 BWS (1,200-1,800) – Lot 1207

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1208

*RED GRIP BERN MODEL 1929 SWISS LUGER PISTOL RIG.

SN 52626. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with full SN and Swiss Cross proof. Swiss Cross in Shield on center toggle link. Swiss Cross/M next to full SN on left frame rail. “W+F” logo on back of frame. Front frame well is stamped “11.34” indicating manufacture in November of 1934. Grip safety. Red plastic checkered grips. With a Swiss 29 pattern brown leather holster and carry strap. Proper “P” proofed 29 Swiss magazines with black plastic bottoms (one in gun, one in holster pouch). PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Retains 99% original blue with very little wear on sharp edges and corners. Bore is bright and sharp. Grips are in near new condition. Holster and strap are in good condition with wear, cracking and some mold starting in places. Magazines have almost no wear. Mechanics are excellent. 49059-225 BWS (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1208

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1209

*RARE LATE PRODUCTION DWM 1906 9MM COMMERCIAL LUGER PISTOL.

SN 67882. Cal. 9mm Luger, 4″ bbl, with Crown/N proof and full SN on bottom. SN is near the very end of the production range. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Crown/N proofs on left receiver and toggle assembly. Numbered parts are matching. Checkered walnut grips are unnumbered. Grip safety. Proper plain wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: Ex-collection of Howard Muller. The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 98% original blue and 95% straw with reheating on the safety lever. Grips are lightly worn and darkened. Bore is frosted. Magazine has very little wear. Mechanics are fine. 49059-183 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1209

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1210

*DWM 1906 .30 CAL. COMMERCIAL LUGER PISTOL.

SN 62982. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl with Crown/N proof and full SN on bottom. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Horizontal Crown/N proofs on left receiver and toggle assembly. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips. Numbered parts are matching. Proper plain wood bottom magazine. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 98% original blue with scattered areas of light pitting on right side, 95% original straw. Grips are lightly worn and retain original color. Bore is bright and sharp. Magazine has tiny chips on wood bottom and little wear on body. Mechanics are fine. 49059-162 BWS (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1210

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1211

*RARE WILHELMSHAVEN DOCKYARD UNIT MARKED DWM 1906 NAVY LUGER PISTOL.

SN 8191. Cal. 9mm Luger, 6″ bbl, DWM scroll on center toggle link. 100/200m adjustable Navy sight on rear toggle link. Navy Crown/M Acceptance Proofs on left receiver, 1st issue Gesichert safety marking has been altered to the upper position by the Imperial Navy. Numbered parts on the gun are matching including the checkered walnut grips. Firing pin is unnumbered. Grip safety. Rear grip strap is marked “W.W./1194” (Wilhelmshaven Dockyard, weapon #1194). Proper Navy magazine with concentric circles on wood bottom is Crown/M proofed and has numbers that do not match. SIZE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 96% original blue and 85% original straw, light wear on sharp edges and corners with a few areas of light spotting. Grips are lightly worn with visible wood grain. Bore has light pitting. Magazine has minor chips on wood bottom and light corrosion on body. Mechanics are fine. 49059-161 BWS (3,500-5,500) – Lot 1211

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1212

*RARE DWM 1906 BRAZILIAN LUGER PISTOL.

SN 3917. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl with full SN on bottom. “Carregada” marked extractor. DWM on center toggle link. Circle “B” proof on left receiver. Numbered parts on gun are matching. Checkered walnut grips are unnumbered. Grip safety. Wood bottom magazine with partial numbers that do not match. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Restored to 97% blue and 90% straw, with visible pitting and corrosion in scattered places under finish. Bore is worn and pitted. Grips are worn and dented. Magazine has little wear and a crack through wood bottom. Mechanics are very good. 49059-169 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1212

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1213

*SN 22 RARE FIRST DELIVERY DWM 1906 DUTCH LUGER PISTOL.

SN 22. Cal. 9mm Luger, 4″ bbl, with full SN on bottom. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Crown/W proof on right receiver (Queen Wilhelmina Dutch Military acceptance mark, this right side placement is found only on the first 2141 guns delivered). “Rust” marked safety. Numbered parts on gun are matching accept for the checkered walnut grips, which have numbers that do not match and are probably arsenal replacements. Grip safety. Proper Dutch wood bottom magazine that had a metal reinforcing clip. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, retaining 95% Dutch Arsenal blue and straw with a few areas of light corrosion. Grips have light wear and retain original color with clear wood grain. Magazine body is excellent. Wood bottom is lightly worn with minor nicks and metal spring clip is missing. Bore is lightly worn and frosted. Mechanics are good. 49059-179 BWS (4,000-5,000) – Lot 1213

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1214

*THIRD INFANTRY ISSUE VICKERS DUTCH LUGER PISTOL.

SN 3584. Cal. 9mm Luger, 4″ bbl, with “1916” date on top and full SN on bottom. “VICKERS/LTD” on center toggle link. Crown/W on left receiver. “RUST” marked safety. Brass plaque on left frame marked “3-INF.I/22” (3rd Infantry weapon #22). Grip safety. Numbered parts on gun are matching except for toggle pin and course checkered Indonesian Arsenal replacement grips. Proper Dutch wood bottom magazine with reinforcing metal spring clip. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, retaining 98% Dutch Arsenal blue and straw. Grips are worn with some small chips and have darkened. Magazine body has small areas of rust and scattered corrosion. Bore is worn with light pitting. Wood bottom has nicks and dings. Mechanics are good. 49059-168 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1214

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1215

*MAUSER PORTUGUESE GNR BANNER LUGER PISTOL.

SN 2343v. Cal. .30 Luger, 4-3/4″ bbl, with four digit SN and Crown/U proof on bottom. “Carregada” marked extractor. “GNR” above chamber. Mauser banner on center toggle link. Lower safety position marked “Seguranca”. Horizontal Crown/U proofs on left receiver and front toggle link. Grip safety. Unnumbered checkered walnut grips. Numbered parts on gun are matching. Aluminum bottom magazine is unnumbered and unmarked. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, professionally restored to 98% blue and straw, a few spots of corrosion are on take down lever, trigger and safety. Grips are lightly worn with minor dings and are oil stained dark. Bore is sharp with very light frosting. Magazine has little wear. Mechanics are very good. 49059-167 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1215

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1216

*DWM 1906 PORTUGUESE NAVY LUGER PISTOL.

SN 60. Cal. 9mm Luger, 4″ bbl with full SN on bottom that appears to have been numbered after manufacture. Portuguese Navy Crown/Anchor crest above chamber appears to have been added after manufacture. “Carregada” marked extractor. DWM scroll on center toggle link “MP” proof on left receiver. Numbered parts are matching. Checkered walnut grips are unnumbered. Grip safety. Magazine with “Cal 9m/m” marked wood bottom that appears to be of recent manufacture. Magazine body is original. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: 98% blue with restoration on bbl, front of frame and top of chamber. Straw has been re-heated to 98% with some corrosion still visible underneath. Grips are lightly worn with visible wood grain, and there is a small gouge in the lower right grip. Bore is bright and sharp. Magazine shows little wear. Mechanics are fine. 49059-166 BWS (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1216

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1217

*DWM 1906 PORTUGUESE M2 LUGER PISTOL.

SN 1009. Cal. .30 Luger 4-3/4″ bbl. With SN on bottom. Portuguese Crown/M2 above chamber DWM scroll on center toggle link. Portuguese triangle in circle proofs on bbl, left receiver and back of frame. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips. Proper wood bottom magazine with Portuguese triangle in circle proof. Numbered parts are matching. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, retaining 97% blue with corrosion on left side of bbl, and restoration to grip straps. 95% original straw, with some corrosion on safety lever. Grips are worn with scattered indents on right side. Bore has light frosting. There is minor corrosion on magazine body and a “W” carved in the left side of the magazine bottom. Mechanics are fine. 49059-165 BWS (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1217

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1218

*DWM MODEL 1914 LUGER PISTOL.

SN 190B. Cal. .9mm. 4″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 90% blue finish overall. Straw parts show 50%. All visible SN’s match. Grips are fine, with sharp checkering. Magazine is unmarked with wooden bottom plug. This is a very nice Luger for any collection. 49433-76 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1218

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1219

*DWM 1915 ARTILLERY LUGER PISTOL RIG WITH STOCK, HOLSTER AND DRUM MAGAZINE.

SN 8672. Cal. 9mm Luger, 8″ bbl, with fine tune front sight and fine tune eight position adjustable rear sight. Full SN on bottom of bbl. “1915” date above chamber. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Imperial proofs on right side of receiver. Numbered parts on gun are matching down to the firing pin and including the checkered walnut grips. Police wood bottom magazine with numbers that do not match. With proper non-matching walnut artillery stock. With “1917” dated black holster with pouches containing and unmarked take down tool and proper cleaning rod, with black leather attaching and carry straps and original black leather dual magazine pouch. Also included is a Type One 32 round snail drum magazine with telescoping winder, adapter and dust cover. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Pistol is very fine, retaining 98% original bright blue and straw. Normal light holster wear on typical corners and edges. Bore is bright and sharp. Grips are sharp and retain original color. Magazine has light wear and dings. Mechanics on gun are fine. Stock is very good with minor wear and scattered corrosion on lug and lever. Black leather on holster, straps and pouch is in very good condition, showing normal wear, flaking and cracking. Take down tool is corroded with about 40% original blue remaining. Cleaning rod handle is worn and nicked, metal on rod is very good. Snail drum retains 90$ blue with some scattered corrosion. Mechanics on drum are good. 49059-160 BWS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1219

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1220

*S/42 LUGER PISTOL DATED 1937 WITH MATCHING HOLSTER.

SN 7112. Cal. .9mm x 19. 4″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Good condition pistol that shows poor storage, much original blue remains but there are areas of deep pitting at the muzzle, side plate and back of the frame. All visible numbers match. Grips are good. Holster is in poor condition, tool is present, correctly dated 1937. Very rare, hard to find set. 49253-11 TEP C&R (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1220

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1221

*DWM LUGER PISTOL MODEL 1921 WITH HOLSTER, TOOL AND EXTRA MAGAZINE.

SN 2505. Cal. .9mm x 19. 4″ bbl, blue finish, checkered wood grips. Forestrap is stamped 12./J.R. 14.53. CONDITION: 30-40% original blue finish, balance is gray patina. Some straw on trigger and extractor, toggle and extractor marked No. 55. Grips are good with worn checkering. Holster is good with 1934 date stamped on rear. Holster has extra magazine and cleaning rod. Good entry level pistol. 49253-10 TEP C&R (800-1,500) – Lot 1221

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1222

*WALTHER P38 AC 41 PISTOL WITH MOTORCYCLE HOLSTER.

SN 8713E. Cal. .9mm x 19. 4-7/8″ bbl, blue finish, plastic grips. In what appears to be a brown leather holster with a strap to attach it to a motorcycle. CONDITION: Pistol is in very good condition, showing 80% original blue with stains on the right side of the slide and the left side muzzle. Frame and slide are marked with Waffenampt number 359. Holster is in very good condition, unmarked. Hard to find in any condition. 49253-12 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1222

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1223

*WALTHER PPK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WORLD WAR II PRODUCTION, NAZI PROOFED.

SN 390431K. Cal. .32 ACP, 3-1/4″ bbl, brush blue finish, checkered plastic grips with Walther banner. Slide has matted top strap with fixed sights and loaded round indicator with hammer drop safety. Eagle Nitro proof on breech and muzzle of bbl, and on slide below ejector port. Eagle “C” proof on left side of frame below magazine release button. Standard Walther logo on left side of slide. SN on right side of slide and right side of frame behind trigger. Magazine has Walther banner model and cal mark with a metal base plate. CONDITION: Very good. Slide retains 70% blue finish turning somewhat plum with wear on front left side and muzzle wear on right side. Some spotting and staining overall. Some high point wear overall. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Frame retains 80% brushed blue finish turning somewhat plum. Small pit marks below SN on right side of frame. Trigger guard shows 90% blue. Trigger and hammer show 90% blue. Grips are very good with no cracks or chips. Magazine retains 90% dull blue finish. A very good Nazi-era Walther PPK. 49616-7 TEP C&R (1,000-1,400) – Lot 1223

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1224

*WALTHER PPK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL COMMERCIAL VARIATION WITH “W” SUFFIX.

SN 195275W. Cal. .32 ACP, 3-1/4″ bbl, blue finish, checkered plastic grips with Walther banner. Commercial Nitro proof at breech of bbl and on right side of slide below ejector port. Walther banner and logo with model mark on left side of slide. Slide has a matted top strap and fixed sights. Slide has chambered round indicator and hammer block safety. Mottled plastic grips have Walther banner, fine checkering and an integral checkered backstrap., Blue magazine has Walther banner with “PPK 7.65mm” mark. Magazine base is mottled plastic. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 90% bright blue finish with some muzzle and high point wear. A few tiny scratches. Frame retains 90% blue finish turning somewhat plum in area of trigger guard. Trigger and hammer retain 90% blue. Grips are very fine with no cracks or chips. Magazine is fine with 90% blue and a plastic base with no cracks or chips. Very nice pre-war commercial Walther PPK made for European market. 49616-8 TEP C&R (600-800) – Lot 1224

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1225

*F.B. RADOM MODEL 1935 PISTOL NAZI MARKED.

SN E1797. Cal. .9mm x 19. 4-5/8″ bbl, blue finish, checkered black plastic grips, backstrap is slotted for a shoulder stock. In a brown leather US shoulder holster. CONDITION: Very good condition, with 90% thinning blue over a high polished finish, Waffenampt marked number 77. Holster is in fair condition. Early war model with better polish. 49253-8 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1225

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1226

*MODEL 1935 RADOM PISTOL WITH HOLSTER NAZI MARKED.

SN G7163. Cal. .9mm x 19. 4-5/8″ bbl, blue finish, checkered plastic grips. CONDITION: Very good, pistol shows 90% of the original blue finish, Waffenampt marks on slide and frame number 77. Grips are excellent, correct magazine. Holster is marked “bnz 1944” and contains an extra magazine, is in very good condition, inside of flap is written “Billy Hulme”, holster is also Waffenampt marked. Very collectable piece. 49253-9 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1226

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1227

*F.B. RADOM MODEL 1935 EAGLE PISTOL.

SN 10947. Cal. 9mm x 19. 4-5/8″ bbl, blue finish, checkered black plastic grips in a black US marked 1911 holster. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent, retains 95% of the original high polished blue with slight wear at the muzzle of the slide, forestrap shows some thinning blue. Very fine pistol. Holster is in good condition. Early gun, seldom seen this nice. 49253-7 TEP C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1227

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1228

*RADOM NAGANT MODEL 30 REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER.

SN 9060. Cal. 7.62 x 25. 4-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Revolver is in very fine condition, retaining 98% blue on frame, bbl and cylinder and 50% fire blue on hammer, loading gate and trigger. Grips are excellent. Holster is very good and contains an original cleaning rod. Fine rare piece. 49253-6 TEP C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1228

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1229
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Please Note: CONDITION should include: “Clean, bright, shiny Medford rifled bore.”

*ENFIELD SELF-EJECTING REVOLVER.

SN 900. Cal. .455. 5-3/4″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Very good, revolver retains 90% matte blue finish overall. SN 900 marked on front of hinge. English proof marks on right side of bbl, War Department mark on left side of frame with a broad arrow. Chambers bear individual proof marks. Grips are in very good condition with nickel plated buttcap and lanyard ring. Very rare gun for an Enfield collector. 49433-168 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1229

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1230

T BLAND SELF EXTRACTING ARMY REVOLVER.

SN NSN. Cal. .455. 5-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good, revolver retains 20% blue finish blending into brown patina overall. No heavy pitting, straw finish visible on hammer. Grips are good. Lanyard ring is missing. Frame is marked on the left side “Blands Self Extracting Army Revolver”, right side of frame is marked “455 guage” and bears a Birmingham proof, bbl marked “T Bland and Sons 106 Strand, London”, left side of bbl also bears Birmingham proofs. Rare example of an early English self ejecting revolver. 49478-7 TEP C&R (300-500) – Lot 1230

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1231

*SCARCE ORIGINAL GERMAN WW II STEYR VG-5 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

SN 6421. Cal 8mm Mauser, 21 3/4 ” bbl. Marked on top of rcvr band, “bnz 45” W/eagle firing proof on bbl. Bolt numbered 5153t. Wooden stock without provision for buttplate is slotted for sling and has rudimentary forward sling loop. Deeply embossed initials “MR” in stock on toe line forward and rear of trigger guard. Fixed rear sight. Simplicity, functionality, and abbreviated production time was the mandate when producing these rifles. CONDITION: Near excellent orig gray Parkerized finish with orig squared-off unsanded stock and stamped somewhat darker blue follower. Sharp rifled bore turning dark in the grooves. This VG-5 rifle is as original as can be found. Late WW II Germany’s production of a rifle about as simply as possible which still fires the 8mm Mauser cartridge utilizing a 5 shot fixed magazine. A great find for the WW II German rifle collector. 49563-1 JWK3 C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1231

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1232

*MAUSER .22 LR BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLE.

SN 34654. Cal. 22. 25-1/2″ blued steel bbl, marked “KAL.22 LANG FUR BUCHESEN”. Receiver marked “MAUSER – WERK A.G. OBERNDORF” and stamped “MAUSER” on front frame in banner. Right side of frame marked “DEUTROHES SPORTMODEL”. Flip up rear sight and fixed steel blade front sight. Coarsely cut pistol grip stock over steel buttplate. Fitted with “MAUSER” black leather sling. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl retains approx 95% orig blue. Action and matching bolt retain most of their orig blued finish. Stocks retain most of their orig high gloss varnish with minor handling marks throughout. Buttplate is in the white with a few light handling marks. Mechanics are excellent. Bright shiny bore. 49183-17 JSL176 (500-800) – Lot 1232

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1233

*◊ FINE WALTHER MODEL II HEAVY BARREL .22RF SPORTING RIFLE.

SN 35770. Pre-war Sporting rifle can be used in semi-auto or bolt action mode. 26-1/2″ heavy bbl, Tangent rear sight, blue finish, checkered walnut pistol grip stock with cheek piece sling swivels. Spare magazine. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 90% blue turning somewhat plum, slight cleaning marks around front sight. Slight muzzle wear with some staining. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Tangent sight is very good. Receiver retains 80% blue with some browning at top of receiver. Bolt retains 60% bright blue with some plum brown. Bolt handle shows 80% blue with some scratches. Bottom metal shows 90% blue. Stock is very fine with only slight handling marks. Pistol grip is finely checkered with a fluted end cap. Hard rubber buttplate is fine with only minor dents. A very nice Walther .22 rifle. 49183-15 TEP (500-800) – Lot 1233

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1234

*EXTREMELY RARE HOLEK AUTOMAT SPORTING RIFLE.

SN 286. Cal, 7 x 57. 20.5″ bbl.Interesting tipping breech block (similar to ZB vz. 26/BREN MG) semi-automatic sporter developed by the Czech arms designer Emmanuel Holek (brother of Vaclan Holek) and manufactured in 1942, utilizing an under-barrel tapped gas recoil system, the weapon cocks by taking the front sling loop and pulling the gas system rearward thus disengaging and retracting the tipping bolt. This rifle was very advanced for its time, it is Czech proofed and is marked with Holek’s logo and “ORIGINAL HOLEK AUTOMAT” on the top receiver rear. Fixed rear sight and ramp front. Multi-point checkered European walnut stock with cheekpiece and sling swivels. Original detachable magazine. CONDITION: Excellent. Wood and metal retain virtually all of their fine factory finish with only a few very small handling marks on the stock. 49296-7 WD1 C&R (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1234

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1235

*HK MODEL 630 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SPORTING RIFLE.

SN 04106. Cal .223 20″ barrel with factory muzzle brake and folding leaf rear sight. Polished blue-finish semi-auto receiver with fold down charging handle. Checkered walnut stocks with cheekpiece and sling swivels. Mounted with Zeiss Diatal-C 4x scope in HK scope mount. Factory five round magazine. Leather adjustable sling. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all of its fine factory finish with some light scrapes and handling marks on the stock. Mechanics crisp. Optics clear. 49183-23 WD2 (1,200-2,200) – Lot 1235

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1236

*HECKLER & KOCH MODEL 91A3 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN A027894. Cal. .308, 18 1/2″ bbl with flash hider. HK 91 with telescoping buttstock and bipod. Includes web sling, magazine loader, and nine 20-rnd magazines. Also includes original hanging warranty tag attached to trigger guard, and styroform shipping box. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent finish on all metal and composite parts. all magazines, and mag loader new in wrapper. Some brassing and firing residue in the action and flash hider, but fired very little. Nice opportunity for someone who wants one of these high performance and highly desirable well made rifles. 49478-2 JWK (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1236

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1237

*HECKLER & KOCH MODEL 91A3 SEMI AUTO RIFLE WITH ORIGINAL BOX.

SN A026853. Cal. .308, 18 1/2″ bbl with flash hider. HK 91 with telescoping buttstock and bipod. Includes web sling, 2 magazine loaders, and three 20-rnd magazines. Also includes original hanging warranty tag attached test target dated 18 NOV 1980, with SN matched to this gun. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent finish on all metal and composite parts. Apparently test fired only condition. All of the magazines new in wrapper. Mag loaders as new. Bore near excellent, shiny and bright. Nice find of a 35 year old rifle in this condition in the box with the original sealed factory test target. 49478-1 JWK9 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1237

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1238

*AS NEW HECKLER & KOCH MODEL 91A3 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN A027893. Cal. .308, 18 1/2 ” bbl with flash hider. Classic HK 91 with telescoping buttstock and bipod. Includes web sling, magazine loader and six 20-rnd magazines. Also includes original hanging warranty tag attached to trigger guard, and moisture absorbing brown paper bore protector. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent, factory test fired only. Near excellent finish on all metal and composite parts. 5 of the magazines new in wrapper. Sixth magazine as new. Mag loader as new. Paper bore protector in place and visible in muzzle and chamber and not removed to check bore. Pretty much impossible to upgrade the condition of this highly lauded and proven .30 caliber rifle. 49478-4 JWK8 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1238

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1239

*HECKLER AND KOCH MODEL 93 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN A125297. Cal. .223, 18″ bbl with flash hider. HK 93 in factory configuration with composite buttstock and bipod. Includes one 20 rd magazine. Action functions smoothly when operated by hand and this weapon appears fully functional. CONDITION: Extremely fine to near excellent finish on all metal and composite parts. Magazine has a light speckling of pitting on right side. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Fine specimen of this model. 49296-1 JWK10 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1239

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1240

*HECKLER AND KOCH MODEL 93A3 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN A124167. Cal. .223, 18″ bbl with flash hider. Standard configuration with German military post front sight, 4-position rear sight, and sliding buttstock. It includes five 25-rnd magazines, and two 30-rnd magazines. Orig warranty tag in zip-lock bag hanging from trigger guard. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent finish on all metal and composite parts. Appears test fired only and very clean in all respects. All except one 30-rnd magazine new in wrapper. Final 30-nd mag as new. Brilliant shiny, near excellent bore. 49478-5 JWK12 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1240

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1241

*HECKLER AND KOCH MODEL 93A3 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN A124972. Cal. .223, 18″ bbl with flash hider. This rifle has standard German military post front sight, 4-position rear sight, and sliding buttstock. It includes six 25-rnd magazines, two 30-rnd magazines, a canvas mag pouch, and one web sling. Orig warranty tag hangs from trigger guard and moisture absorbent paper remains in the bore. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very good to near excellent finish on all metal and composite parts. Evidence of firing residue on bolt face and visible through cocking slot. 5 of the 25-rnd magazines new in wrapper. Sixth magazine very clean. 30-rnd mags as new as is canvas pouch. Sling new in wrapper. Brilliant shiny, near excellent bore. 49478-3 JWK11 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1241

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1242

*ISRAELI MFG FN-FAL HEAVY BARREL SEMI-AUTO RIFLE WITH FLASH HIDER, BIPOD, AND SLING.

SN 87045. Cal. 7.62 mm, 25″ bbl, Marked with Israeli Star of David and Hebrew markings on right side of receiver, as well as importation maker “ONYX ARMS GTF MT”. Left side of rcvr marked “7.62 mm S.A. FAL”. Lower handgrip assy has three position safety with dished out markings and marked “S” and “S” next to the two forward positions. Top quality steel reinforced wooden forend, flip-up buttplate, orig bipod, and sling included. No magazine present. CONDITION: Near excellent orig matte blued finish with virtually no finish loss to metal or wood parts. Slight handling marks only, with some slight brassing to the pin which holds the bipod on the barrel. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Flash hider absolutely clean. Pretty much impossible to upgrade from this specimen of an outstanding shooting platform. 49544-1 JWK1 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1242

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1243

*PATRIOT ORDNANCE MODEL P-415 .223 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN 09-04980. Cal .223, 18 1/4″ bbl with muzzle break. Patriot Ordnance Factory gas piston rifle with rails on handguard and receiver which allow for a variety of attachments. Set of front and rear HK style Troy folding battle sights included. Also one 30 rd MAGPUL plastic magazine, and plastic rifle carrying case included. Standard features on this rifle include telescoping stock,ambidextrous safety and forward assist. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent orig finish on metal and composite parts. Some brassing on inside of receiver indicates this rifle has been fired. Bore near excellent, shiny and bright. Attractive, lightweight and portable firepower. 49428-27 JWK (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1243

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1244

*DPMS PANTHER ARMS MODEL A-15 LOOK ALIKE TO THE U.S. MILITARY M-4 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE.

SN F126537K. Cal .223, 18″ chrome-moly bbl with muzzle break. Collapsible stock, and A2 style hand guards with rails for attachments. Folding front and rear sights which make for a very streamlined and compact package. One 30 round aluminum Brownells magazine and 1 plastic carrying case included. This rifle very closely resembles the U.S. military’s M4 carbine, and exhibits high quality of fit and finish. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Appears near new, perhaps unfired with near excellent orig finish on all metal parts. Composite parts also near excellent with perhaps the slightest of handling marks discernible only upon the closest observation. Internals absolutely clean as is muzzle break with near excellent bight shiny bore. Magazine dated 2-09 with green follower and has only the slightest handling marks. Nice, compact, attractive, and effective package of firepower. 49428-20 JWK4 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1244

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1245

*TOP CONDITION PATRIOT ORDNANCE FACTORY (POF) MODEL P-308 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN 0802726. Cal .308, 22 ” bbl with muzzle break. Superb condition Patriot Ordnance Factory gas piston rifle with Shepherd 3 x 10 power scope, bipod, adjustable telescoping stock, and 2 cell 20-rnd magazine pouch. Three 20-rnd magazines and one 25 rd magazine included. This state-of-the-art rifle features rails on the handguard and receiver which allow for a variety of attachments. Ambidextrous safety and forward assist on this design only adds to the appeal of this top quality, highly accurate modern rifleman’s shooting platform. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent orig finish on metal and composite parts throughout. Scope optics are clear. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Red muzzle cap still on the muzzle. Evidence of having been fired, but very little. 49428-25 JWK5 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1245

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1246

*PATRIOT ORDNANCE FACTORY (POF) MODEL P-308 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

SN 09-05177. Cal .308, 18 1/2 ” bbl with muzzle break. Patriot Ordnance Factory gas piston rifle with adjustable telescoping stock, 2 cell 20-rnd magazine pouch, orig owner’s manual, three 20- rnd and one 25-rnd magazines included. Also includes a black plastic gun case and soft case. Standard configuration with rails on handguard and receiver which allow for a variety of attachments, ambidextrous safety, and forward assist. No sights are present, but these slide-on sights are readily available from a number of vendors. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Near excellent orig finish on both metal and composite parts. Some slight brassing to the inside of the receiver and the bolt face is the only evidence that this rifle has been fired. 3 of 4 magazines are new in the wrapper. one 20-rnd magazine is as new out of wrapper. A fine top-line .30 caliber semi-auto rifle for the enthusiast who wants one of the best. 49428-26 JWK6 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1246

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1247

CASED SET OF FIFTEEN CUTAWAY FUSES REPORTEDLY INVENTED OR REDESIGNED BY REAR ADMIRAL RALPH EARLE.

Fine WWI period mahogany case 17-1/2″ long x 11-5/8″ wide and 6-5/8″ tall, top of the lid has a 3-1/8″ x 1-3/4″ beveled edge rectangular brass plaque engraved “RALPH EARLE / REAR ADMIRAL U.S.N.” Lid has beveled edges and the front has a mortised brass block with an empty drawer below which contains a functioning key. Interior is green velvet lined and French fitted for 15 various artillery type fuses. All are inert and completely cutaway to expose the internal working parts. Most are labeled on their underneath side. The majority are from Naval Ordnance with a few labeled for Army Ordnance. The drawer is also lined in green velvet and has a brass finger pull in the front. Rear Admiral Earle was born May 1874, in Worcester, MA, and attended public schools until 1892 when he entered Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In August 1892, his lifelong dream of becoming a Naval Officer came to fruition when he became a Naval Cadet at Annapolis, he graduated in May 1896 and served through the Spanish American war receiving several honors and awards for valor. In 1914 Mr. Earle was the commander of the Dolphin at the occupation of Vera Cruz in which his ship played a significant role. The Dolphin also figured in the “Tampico Incident”. Just prior to the onset of WWI, Earle became the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance of the Navy, the youngest officer to ever hold that position. During the war Rear Admiral Earle conceived the idea of using spare Naval fourteen-inch guns as long range guns on the Western front. He designed the mounts for railroad cars to carry and fire these guns which were used in the latter months of the war. After the war Rear Admiral Earle returned to the sea as Commander of the Battleship Connecticut. It seems likely that it was during Mr. Earle’s stint as Chief of Naval Ordnance that he had a hand in designing these fuses. Upon retiring in 1925 Rear Admiral Earle became the President of Worcester Polytechnic Institute a position which he held until his death in 1939. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine, case is sound with some light staining on the lid and overall retains most of its orig varnish. Interior is strong and bright inside the lid, moderately faded around the fuses and bright and strong in the drawer. This is an extremely interesting set that deserves more research for possible donation to Annapolis or the Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum in MD. 49433-170 JR (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1247

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1248

SCARCE DOUBLE CASED HAMILTON MODEL 22 SHIPS DECK CLOCK.

SN 2F24163. WWII U.S. Navy deck clock in dbl mahogany casing with hinged lids. The inner case is dbl lidded so that when the top lid is lifted, it exposes a glass cover for viewing the clock without further opening the case. Clock, in its precision machined brass case, is suspended in brass gimbals with about 1/2″ thick brass back to keep it always facing upward. Case is numbered “11643” and has matching numbered back. Watch has 21 jewels with “Up & Down” indicators. CONDITION: Outer case is soiled with finish losses but is sound. Inner case is lightly soiled with corroded latches & hinges. Brass gimbals & watch case are a dark, mustard patina. Watch appears to to be running at this writing. 49433-171 JR (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1248

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1249

*US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE WITH DETACHABLE 20 RND MAGAZINE AND WARNER & SWASEY COMPANY TELESCOPIC MUSKET SIGHT.

SN 937700. Cal. .30-06. 24″ bbl, blue finish. Walnut stock and hand guard, with sling. Comes with 20 shot detachable magazine usually associated with the M1903 Air Service rifle, original floor plate, original type bayonet and scabbard with a Warner & Swasey model 1913 musket sight #7551 on a closely serial numbered quick detach mount (Stamped “For Rifle Number 937596”). A proper leather case houses the optics. PROVENANCE: EX. Bruce Stern Collection. CONDITION: Very good, bbl shows most of its finish with “SA 2-18” stamped at the muzzle end. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Receiver has a rail attached to the left side for the W&S scope. Receiver shows 90% blue finish with high point wear and bolt handle wear, magazine shows 90% bright blue. Stock is oil finished with a D.A.L. cartouche on the left side and a circle “P” behind the trigger guard. Scope is in very good condition with clear markings, and 80% black finish, scope case is russet brown in good condition with included tool in pouch, some scuff marks overall. Bayonet is in good condition with black finished blade marked SA 1918, scabbard is good with some scuffing and pitting on the throat. Floor plate is rough. A nice example of a very rare military rifle equipped with period sniper accessories. 49489-1 TEP C&R (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1249

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1250

*U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 N.R.A. SPORTER BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SLING AND LYMAN 48 RECEIVER SIGHT, STAR GAUGE BARREL.

SN 1,317,203. Cal. 30-06. 24″ bbl, blue finish, star gauge bbl, straight grain pistol grip stock. Lyman 48 adjustable receiver sight. Turner Saddlery sling. “SA 7-29” clearly struck behind front sight. Star gauge proof on muzzle of bbl. Stock shows a circle P proof mark on front side of pistol grip. PROVENANCE: Springfield Research Service letter stating rifle to a civilian through the D.C.M. program Nov.7,1929.Copy of sales record included. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 90% blue with slight muzzle wear and slight wear on front sight band. A few minor scratches and slight plumming. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver retains 90% blue finish with high point wear and a few scratches. Bolt and bolt handle are polished bright. Bottom metal retains 50% blue drifting to a plum-gray on floor plate. Stock is very good and has been lightly varnished. Stock shows handling mark and small dents commensurate with age of rifle. Steel buttplate retains 50% black-blue with wear on heel and toe. 49583-5 TEP C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1250

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1251

*US SPRINGFIELD M-1D RIFLE.

SN 2977422. Cal. .308. 26″ bbl, with flash suppressor. Walnut stocks. M 84 telescope. CONDITION: Very good, showing 90% of a re-parkerized finish. The left rear of the receiver shows an import mark “Intrac Knox. TN”. The rifle has been re-barreled to .308. The stocks show no visible cartouche, there is a large “P” on the pistol grip. The stock has a leather cheek piece marked “MRT/11-62”. 49433-42 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1251

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1252

*U.S. SPRINGFIELD M-1-C GARAND SNIPER RIFLE WITH M-82 TELESCOPE, FLASH SUPPRESSOR AND MRT CHEEK REST WITH CANVAS SLING.

SN 3495645. Cal. 30-06, 24″ bbl, Parkerized finish. Bbl is marked “SA/3-53”. Receiver is marked “SA-52” behind rear sight. Flash suppressor is marked “HIDER FLASH M-2 The Hart MFG, CO.” with Hart diamond logo. Stock is cartouched “S.A./NFR” with ordnance wheel on left side. There is a circle P behind trigger guard with another open P below it. Bottom of pistol grip is stamped “J-V” over a small ordnance wheel proof. M-82 telescope is SN 41061 mounted on Griffin & Howe quick detach mount with May 3rd, 1932 patent date. Leather cheekpiece is stamped “MRT / 1 52”. CONDITION: Very good. Rifle shows considerable Parkerized finish overall with some loss of finish on high points and operating rod and trigger guard. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Stock is good with numerous handling marks, dents, and scratches overall commensurate with age and use of rifle. Telescope is good with some speckling of finish. Optics are clear. A good example of a hard-to-find M-1-C Garand rifle. 49616-22 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1252

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1253

*OUTSTANDING CONDITION SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1A SEMI-AUTO RIFLE.

SN 013799. Cal. 7.62 mm, 25 ” Bbl with flash hider. Outstanding example of an M1A with bipod marked “U.S. BIPOD RIFLE M2” with number “7790688” on fwd face. Remnant of yellow ink mark of eagle within square visible on front of bipod base. Stock has vacant cut-out for selector switch. One orig 20 round magazine included. CONDITION: Near excellent orig finish on all metal parts. Evidence of firing visible upon close inspection of the flash hider but otherwise externally the metal finish looks just outstanding. Walnut wooden stock has only slight handling marks with the faintest impression where the bipod feet contact the wood. Near excellent, clean bright shiny bore. 49296-3 JWK2 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1253

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1254

*US. S. SPRINGFIELD M-1 NATIONAL MATCH RIFLE.

SN 4234529. Cal. 30-06. 24” bbl, Parkerized finish, walnut stock. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine. Rifle retains 90% Parkerized finish with no scratching or handling marks. Bbl operating handles are both marked N.M. Bbl is dated SA-5-52. Bbl has a star proof and initial “P.T.” at the breech. Rear sight is unmarked and has a “595” aperture peep. Stock and hand guard are unmarked, buttstock shows fine figure. Nice M-1 target rifle. 49428-38 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1254

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1255

*INLAND M1-A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE WITH FOLDING STOCK.

SN 397892. Cal. 30, 18″ bbl, walnut pistol grip stock with metal folding buttstock. Bbl marked “INLAND MFG. DIV. / GENERAL MOTORS / 8-43”. Flat black bolt, flip peep sight, cross-bolt safety, hand guard shows “OI” in channel, no mark on inside of stock or on butt of pistol grip. Faint “star” cartouche on left side of grip (Consignor states possible French association). Metal stock has leather cheekpiece fastened by rivets and part number cast into buttplate. 20-round blued magazine. Rear of receiver marked “INLAND DIV.” CONDITION: Very good. Carbine retains a considerable amount of Parkerized finish overall with high point wear and some scratches. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Stocks have numerous handling marks and dents with a large dent on left side of forestock. Right rear of stock has a chip missing next to buttstock mount. Pistol grip has some paint stain. Buttstock is good with a dull gray patina. Some staining. An early six-digit Inland carbine with many early features. 49547-4 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1255

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1256

*EXTREMELY RARE COLT MODEL 1902 ARMY TEST PISTOL.

SN 15115. Cal. .38 ACP. 6″ bbl, blue finish with checkered hard rubber grips with “Colt” and Rampant Colt logo embossed. “U.S.” stamped on the front left trigger guard bow and “RAC” stamped on right trigger guard bow. “J.T.T.” stamped on right side of frame above trigger guard. “RAC” stands for Rinaldo A. Carr a civilian inspector and “J.T.T.” for Capt. John T. Thompson who was an inspector at the Springfield Armory. Left rear of grip frame mounts a lanyard ring. 200 of these Army contract pistols were made in 1902, the SN range for these test pistols is 15001 – 15200. Slide shows fine checkering on the forward end with standard markings on either side correct for the production of this model. Slide is SN’d to the pistol on the inside rear flat along with a “RAC” inspector’s mark and “M” inspector mark in a deep channel. Blue bbl is unmarked. Frame has a clearly marked SN on left side and deeply struck inspector marks on right side. There is a “K” inspector’s mark on the forward right side of the frame in the slide channel. Magazine is nickel plated. The bottom plate is marked “Pat’d Sept. 9 1884”. Patent was assigned to the Remington Arms Co. Colt paid a royalty to Remington for each magazine made until expiration of the patent in March of 1902. These pistols were completed and shipped in July of 1902. The first 100 were delivered at Springfield Armory on July 15th, the remaining 100 pistols 15101 – 15200 were received at Springfield Armory on July 25th. These pistols were actually issued on Sept 12th, to units which were stationed at Forts Riley and Leavenworth, in KS and at Jefferson Barracks, in Missouri and were subjected to severe field testing. In 1909 the model 1902’s were deemed unserviceable and were declared surplus. A total of 62 were sold to individuals along with the older model 1900 pistols. Two documented surviving examples, #15108 and #15119, bracket the SN of #15115 which was not documented at the time that the Meadows book was published. CONDITION: Fine for this model. Slide retains 50% blue finish with muzzle and high point wear and mars and scratches overall. Slide markings are sharp with no evidence of cleaning. Bbl retains 90% blue finish. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Frame retains 50% blue finish which is bright in protected areas. Some erosion behind the grips. Frame shows light scratches overall. Some cleaning above right grip. Grip straps are a plum/brown with traces of orig blue remaining. Trigger retains 50% fire blue on either side. Hammer retains traces of orig case hardening. Magazine retains 80% nickel finish with scratching on the sides, bottom plate is very good with a sharp patent mark. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and very few mars or dents. An opportunity to obtain an extremely rare Colt Model 1902 test pistol, one of only 200 produced. It would be a welcome addition to any collection of early Colt Automatics. 49616-10 TEP C&R (10,000-15,000) – Lot 1256

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1257

*COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY PISTOL.

SN 34106. Cal. .38 Colt Auto. 6″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 85% blue overall with most wear on backstrap and forestrap, some high point wear on the slide at the muzzle. Scattered handling marks, traces of casecolor on hammer, fire blue on trigger. Very good grips. Fine example of an early military 1902. 49433-153 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1257

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1258

*COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

SN 32416. Cal. 38 AUTO 6″ bbl, blue finish checkered hard rubber grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, slide retains 95% mirror blue finish with some muzzle wear and thinning at the front of the slide, some light scratches on top and right side slide, some discoloration around loading port. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Frame retains 95% mirror blue with slight high point wear and some thinning on the backstrap. Trigger retains 90% fire blue. Hammer retains 90% case color finish. Hard rubber grips are excellent with a slightly brown hue. Magazine is correct. Lanyard loop on heel of butt. Very nice high condition model 1902 pistol. 49059-191 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1258

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1259

*COLT MODEL 1902 AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

SN 5165. Cal. .38 Colt Auto. 6″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good. 50% blue on frame, 20% blue on slide with some roughness on left side, some cold blue touchup. Traces of casecolor on hammer, fire blue on trigger. A very good example of an early Colt automatic. 49433-154 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1259

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1260

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER PISTOL.

SN 43958. Cal. .38 Colt Auto. Blue finish, 4-1/2″ bbl. Hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good overall with 85% blue, slide shows some handling marks. Grips are in excellent condition. Very nice example of a early Colt auto. 49433-155 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1260

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1261

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMER PISTOL.

SN 28537. Cal. .38 Colt Auto. Blue finish with 4-1/2″ bbl. Checkered hard rubber grips, with rampant Colt emblem embossed. CONDITION: Fine condition overall. 80-85% blue with slight stains & small rust spots on the slide with small handling marks. Vivid case color on the hammer. Fire blue on the trigger. Very nice example of an early Colt auto. 49433-157 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1261

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1262

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

SN 34429. Cal. 38 4-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very good, slide retains 90% blue finish with muzzle wear and some thinning toward the front of the slide, high point wear at the rear of the slide and on the back sight. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Frame shows 90% bright blue with some fading on front strap and bottom of backstrap. Trigger shows 50% bright blue. Hammer shows 90% case colors. Grips are very good. A very good representative example of a Colt pocket automatic. 49059-190 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1262

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1263

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOL.

SN 448246. Cal. .32 ACP. 4″ bbl, blue finish. “Certifiable pre-ban ivory” grips. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Very good. Pistol retains 80-90% blue finish with some thinning on the slide and some handling marks present. Correct magazine. Factory style Ivory grips with Colt medallions present. Medallion on left grip is upside down. 49433-162 TEP C&R; IVORY (1,750-2,750) – Lot 1263

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1264

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOL FIRST ISSUE LONGSLIDE.

SN 50348. Cal. .32 ACP. 4″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very fine, pistol retains 95% deep blue overall. Fire blue on trigger, safety catch and extractor. The first model pistol has a bbl bushing similar to the 1911 model, this was changed with the second model. Very nice early pocket hammerless. 49433-158 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1264

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1265

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOL.

SN 498261. Cal. 32 ACP 4″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, slide retains 95% blue finish with slight muzzle wear and a few small scratches on top of slide, some high point wear. Bore is frosty with good rifling. Frame retains 98% blue finish with slight high point wear and a small bright spot on grip safety. Grips are very fine with very few handling marks. Colt medallions are nickel plate with slight verdigris stain. Correct magazine. Very fine Colt pocket hammerless hard to improve upon. 49059-186 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1265

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1266

*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET HAMMERLESS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN ORIGINAL COLT BOX.

SN 512374. Cal. 32 4″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut stocks, maroon Colt box. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent as professionally refinished. Pistol retains 98% blue finish overall. Slide retains 98% blue finish with some very light scratch marks and one or two minor nicks. Very little high point wear. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Frame retains 98% blue finish with minor high point wear and only a few miniscule scratches. Forestrap and grip safety retain 98% blue. Minor scratches and slight fading at rear of frame. Trigger, safety catch retain 98% blue. Correct magazine. Grips are very fine with sharp checkering. No evident mars or dents. Box is very good with some minor exterior loss. End label is complete and confirms features of pistol. Lid has Colt label. Inside box has Colt label. Bottom of box has penciled 512374 and appears orig to this gun. A very nice looking Colt Pocket automatic. 49553-1 TEP C&R (750-1,250) – Lot 1266

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1267

*COLT MODEL 1905 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

SN 4639. Cal. 45 AUTO 5″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine, slide retains 80% bright blue with some dulling at the muzzle and some high point wear at the front of the slide. Bore is frosty with sharp rifling. Frame retains 90% blue with some thinning on the forestrap and backstrap. 80% fire blue on the trigger. 90% case color on hammer with some slight staining on the right side. Walnut grips are very good with very few mars or dents. Correct magazine. Very nice and rare Colt model 1905. 49059-189 TEP C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1267

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1268

*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOL U.S. PROPERTY MARKS.

SN 136004. Cal. .380 auto. 4″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Very good, with 90% blue on the frame and 70% thinning blue on the slide with some stains on the right side. U.S. Property struck clearly. Walnut grips are excellent. Correct magazine. Very good example of a Colt pocket auto issued to Senior staff members of the U.S. Military. Hard to find. 49433-159 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1268

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1269

*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOL.

SN 67865. Cal. .380 auto. 4″ bbl, nickel finish. Mother of Pearl grips. Extra magazine included. CONDITION: Fine condition. Retains 90% original nickel finish with handling marks but no bad spots. Grips are factory style with Colt medallions present. Very nice nickel/pearl .380 pocket auto. 49433-163 TEP C&R (1,750-2,750) – Lot 1269

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1270

*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET HAMMERLESS PISTOL.

SN 108916. Cal. .380 auto. Blue finish with 4″ bbl. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. Included is a Colt factory box for a caliber 32 Model 1903. With extra magazine. Also included is Colt paperwork, cleaning brush, combination screwdriver, and an old $10.00 Manual Banking house note. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 95% blue with high point wear at the muzzle of the slide, some thinning and staining on top of the slide. Grips are in excellent condition. Box has 3 broken corners in lid. Nice .380 Colt in an original 1903 Colt box. 49433-167 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1270

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1271

*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET 25 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN AN ORIGINAL COLT MAROON BOX.

SN 349592. Cal. .25 ACP, 2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallion. Maroon Colt box with spurious penciled number. Pistol shows all standard markings for vintage of manufacture. Grips have nickel-plated Rampant Colt medallions. Magazine is correct two-tone with temper mark and Cal. 25 Colt on bottom plate. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent. Pistol shows 98% bright blue finish overall with only very slight high point wear and a few miniscule scratch marks. Trigger, hammer, and safety latch retain nearly all of vibrant case colors with only a couple of slight scratches on side of trigger. Magazine is excellent with 95% bright blue and a vivid temper mark. Grips are excellent with sharp checkering and only a few small dents. Medallions are excellent. Box has a good end label with some losses on lid. Number “349592” is written in pencil on bottom of box. It appears that another number has been removed. An excellent Colt Pocket 25 that would be hard to improve upon. 49616-6 TEP C&R (800-1,000) – Lot 1271

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1272

*COLT MODEL 1908 VEST POCKET SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN COLT BOX.

SN 382547. Cal. 25 2″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, Colt box with blue end label and instruction sheet. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 90% blue with wear at muzzle and high point wear all around. Small dent at right front of slide. Some staining and discoloring at rear slide. Bore is good with sharp rifling. Frame retains 95% blue with slight edge wear. Trigger, safety latch, and grip safety retain 90% muted case color. Correct magazine. Grips are very good with sharp checkering and very few mars or dents. Colt medallions are fine. Box is good. Top is detached with an old scotch tape repair. End label is good. 407776 in pencil on bottom of box. A very nice vest pocket “auto” in an orig Colt box. 49059-185 TEP C&R (750-1,250) – Lot 1272

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1273

*COLT MODEL 1908 VEST POCKET SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN BOX.

SN 397699. Cal. 25 ACP. 2″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips with medallions, maroon box with no end label. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent. Slide retains 99% bright blue finish with only slight high point wear and slight staining. Frame retains 99% bright blue finish with slight high point wear. Forestrap has slight stain. Trigger, safety catch, and grip safety retain 95% brilliant case color with only a slight scratch on grip safety. Correct magazine. Grips are very fine with sharp checkering and very fine Colt medallions. Maroon box has no label and is otherwise unmarked. An opportunity to purchase a Colt Vest Pocket Auto in nearly new condition. Nearly impossible to improve upon. 49553-2 TEP C&R (400-700) – Lot 1273

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1274

*BEAUTIFUL COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET PISTOL.

SN MT5162. Cal. 22 LR. 6-5/8″ bbl. One piece checkered walnut elephant ear Colt medallion grips. Stevens adjustable rear sight, front blade sight. Marked on left side of bbl “MATCH / TARGET” with a bullseye in the middle. Front of frame marked “THE WOODSMAN”. Matching 2-tone magazine marked “COLT WOODSMAN / CAL. 22 L.R. / MATCH TARGET MOD.” on butt. CONDITION: Extremely fine, near new. Retains 97-98% orig blued finish throughout with minor high point edge wear. Grips are excellent and retain most of their orig varnish. Checkering is sharp. Mechanics are crisp. Brilliant shiny bore. 49583-18 JSL313 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1274

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1275

*EXTREMELY RARE DOCUMENTED COLT MODEL 1907 US ARMY TEST PISTOL.

SN 185. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. This is one of 205 of this model manufactured for field trials by the U.S. Army in 1908. The left front trigger guard bow bears the initials “K.M.” which is the inspection mark of Maj. Kenneth Morton. This mark identifies the test pistols. The pistols were delivered to the Springfield Armory on March 17, 1908. On March 20th, 1908 the pistols were issued to the following units and organizations; 65 to Troop K, 10th Cavalry, Fort William McKinley, Philippines Division, 65 to Troop H, 4th Cavalry, Fort Snelling, Minnesota, 65 to Troop H, 2nd Cavalry, Fort Des Moines, Iowa, and 5 to the School Musketry, Presidio of Monterey, CA. These pistols were subjected to severe field testing and were modified in 1909 as a result of these tests. The modifications were to the ejection port and to the hammer. Pistol #185 shows these modifications. Pistol shows standard markings on either side of the slide with no apparent proof marks. Slide has loaded chamber indicator on upper left side. The frame shows a clearly struck SN #185 on the left side above the trigger bow which shows “K.M.” inspector mark. No other inspector marks are apparent. Bottom of grip frame has a lanyard loop attached on left side. Rear of frame mounts a grip safety devise patented by Ehbets & Tansley. Features of both patents, one a sear block and the other a firing pin withdrawal mechanism, were incorporated into the final product. The magazine is unique to this model with a spring catch at the rear. Checkered walnut grips are deeply carved “HXH” on the inside. The SN of this pistol is documented on pg 83 of U.S. Military Automatic Pistols 1892 – 1920 by Edward Scott Meadows, as a surviving example of the model 1907 pistol. PROVENANCE: Recorded in Meadows book pg 83. CONDITION: Very good for this model. Slide shows an even gray/brown patina overall with evidence of cleaning, marking on left side of slide is visible but is worn on the bottom half, some light pitting is present on the upper left side of slide. Standard marking on right side of slide is only barely visible as a result of heavy cleaning. Sights show high point wear. Bbl retains 80% blue finish with a dark bore that shows strong rifling. Frame shows an even plum/brown patina overall with handling marks and scratches overall. All markings are clearly struck. Trigger retains 20% fire blue in protected areas. Hammer is a gray/brown patina. Grip safety shows fire blue in protected areas. Magazine is an even gray/brown patina with scratches and abrasions consistent with its use. Grips are good with numerous small mars and dents overall commensurate with the testing that the pistol was subjected to. “HXH” is deeply carved on the inside of each grip, could possibly be a company “H” connection as these pistols were issued to 2 “H” companies. SN #185 is one of only 66 of the documented surviving examples of the model 1907 pistol and would be a wonderful addition to any collection of early Colt Automatics. 49616-9 TEP C&R (10,000-15,000) – Lot 1275

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1276
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: Correct terminology is of course “Military” not “Government”.

*EARLY COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL “W.H.BEAL CAPT. U.S.A.” GOLD INLAID ON TOP OF SLIDE.

SN 6035. Cal. .45 ACP, 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. “W.H.BEAL CAPT. U.S.A.” gold inlay is very nicely executed with hash mark accents on all letters. Slide shows all early markings. Sights are of earliest style. Rear sight has a rounded profile. Slide shows “H” proof on rear flat above firing pin slot. Inside slide shows “2” & “1” inspector mark. Bbl shows “3” in front of toggle link; otherwise unmarked. Frame shows a “WPG” inspector mark on left side above magazine release. “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” on left side of frame. Right side shows SN on front of frame. Inside top flat of frame in front of hammer shows “H”&”R” proof marks. Keyhole magazine with lanyard loop is correct type for this pistol. PROVENANCE: This pistol was shipped to Springfield Armory in a 500-gun shipment on 9/11/1912. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 90% blue finish with high point wear and muzzle wear. Some staining and small scratches overall. Gold inlay is excellent. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Frame retains 80% blue finish with wear at front end, on forestrap, and on mainspring housing. Scratch mark at takedown pin. High point wear on right side above trigger guard. Grip safety shows 75% thinning blue. Hammer and trigger retain 90% blue with some scratches. Takedown pin and safety latch retain 90% blue. Walnut grips are fine with sharp checkering and a slight compression dent on left side. Magazine retains 20% blue turning into a gray-brown patina. A very early 1911 that deserves further research. 49616-14 TEP C&R (5,000-7,000) – Lot 1276

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1277
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*REMINGTON UMC 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL, POST WORLD WAR I VINTAGE.

SN 11611. Cal. .45 ACP, 5″ bbl, brush blue finish, checkered walnut grips. A Remington UMC pistol that was shipped right after end of WWI. Remington made 21,698 M 1911s under government contract. Slide shows standard Remington mark on left side and standard two-line model and cal mark on right side. Rear of slide above firing pin slot is stamped “E” for Major Arthur C. Evans. Bbl is blue with “P” proof at breech end. Frame shows a small ‘UNITED STATES PROPERTY ‘ on left side with “E.E.C.” and eagle proof above magazine release. The mark is for Major Edmund E. Chapman. Right side of frame shows SN in large numbers above trigger guard. Front left trigger bow shows “E” proof, front right trigger bow shows “5”. Magazine is two-toned and is Colt manufactured. PROVENANCE: Shipped December 19th, 1918 in a shipment of 738 guns. CONDITION: Very good. Slide retains 80% blue with some plumming toward front left side. Slight muzzle wear, high point wear, and light scratching overall. Forward bottom of slide shows blue mixing with plum-brown patina. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Bbl retains 50% plum blue. Frame retains 60% blue finish drifting to a gray-brown patina. Blue is bright in protected areas. Forestrap is thinning. Spring housing shows a gray-brown patina. Hammer, takedown pin, safety catch, and trigger show 70% brushed blue finish with some scratching. Grips are very good with sharp checkering and only slight handling marks. Magazine retains 80% blue and a visible temper mark. A very good example of a rare Remington UMC 1911. 49616-17 TEP C&R (4,000-5,000) – Lot 1277

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1278
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*COLT MODEL 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL.

SN 16964. Cal. .45 auto. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut stocks, with holster. CONDITION: Very good condition, 80% blue on frame and slide. Main spring housing has no finish, forestrap is marred. Checkered walnut grips have been cleaned. Holster is in good condition, with a 1918 inspectors mark. Shipped to The Benicia Arsenal, California on 12/27/12. Nice early gun with a lot of finish. 49253-1 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1278

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1279
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*SPRINGFIELD ARMY 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL.

SN 74743. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Diamond checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good overall, pistol shows an overall gray/brown patina with muzzle wear at the front of the slide. Flaming bomb proof on the left side of frame and at the left rear of the slide. Eagle on right side of slide. US property marked on left side of frame. Grips are good with no marring. Magazine is correct. This is a good example of a hard to find Springfield Armory WWI 1911. 49428-5 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1279

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1280
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*SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL WITH HOLSTER.

SN 86521. Cal. .45 ACP. 5” bbl, matte blue finish,
diamond checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Fine. Pistol retains 90% of matte blue finish with only high-point wear at the front and rear of slide. Flaming bomb proof on left rear of slide, Springfield Armory U.S.A. on left side of slide, and “United States Property” on left side of frame. Correct style magazine. Holster is in good condition with a 1918 inspector’s mark. “U.S.” on flap is visible. An opportunity to get a very rare Springfield Armory 1911 in fine condition. 49253-5 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1280

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1281
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL, 1917 ISSUE.

SN 181375. Cal. .45 ACP, 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. An early polished blue US Army issued 1911. Slide has standard markings for period of production and shows a “H” inspector mark at rear above firing pin slot. “O”, “S”, & “G” inspector marks on inside of slide. Bbl is blue finish and shows “H” & “P” inspector marks at breech end. Frame has “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” mark on left side and “GSH” inspector mark above mag release. Top flat of frame in front of hammer shows “H”, “G”, & “X” inspector marks. Magazine is two-toned with light temper mark. PROVENANCE: Pistol was shipped to Springfield Armory on 9/22/1917 in a shipment of 800 guns. CONDITION: Very good. Slide retains 50% of thinning blue finish with high point wear, muzzle wear, and a few scratches. Receiver retains 60% blue with dark blue in protected areas. Blue is thinning on forward part of frame, trigger, guard, and forestrap. Slight scratching near takedown pin. Grip safety and spring housing retain 50% blue with high point wear. Trigger, safety latch, takedown pin, and hammer retain 90% blue. Grips are good with some high point wear and a few dents. Some battering on bottom of right grip. Magazine retains 50% blue with some stain and a visible temper mark. A very good example of a WWI vintage Colt 1911. 49616-20 TEP C&R (4,000-5,000) – Lot 1281

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1282
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL.

SN 185827. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Diamond checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very good, pistol retains 80% blue finish with speckling overall. Slide has slight muzzle wear, spring housing has 50% blue, military proof clear on left side of frame. HP proofed bbl. Grips are very good, with sharp checkering, few mars. A very good example of a WWI Colt 1911. 49428-18 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1282

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1283
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL. WORLD WAR I VINTAGE.

SN 292377. Cal. .45 ACP, 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. World War I vintage 1911 with polished blue finish. Slide shows standard marking for period of manufacture with an “H” proof above firing pin slot. Inside of slide shows multiple letter and number proofs. Blued bbl shows “H” & “P” proofs at rear end. Frame is marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” on left side with a “JMG” proof above mag release. Right side of frame shows SN above trigger. Top flat of frame in front of hammer shows “G” & “H” proofs with an “8” stamped on forward right flat. Magazine is two-toned with a lanyard loop in base and is correct. PROVENANCE: Shipped to Springfield Armory on 5/9/1918 in a shipment of 3,600 guns. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 85% brush blue finish with muzzle wear and high point wear, a few scratches and some slight staining. Bore is dirty with strong rifling. Bbl retains 30% blue. Frame retains 90% brushed blue finish with high point wear at front and some thinning on forestrap and spring housing. Spring housing has turned somewhat plum color. Trigger, takedown pin, safety catch, and hammer show 90% blue with some slight scratching. Grips are very good with some high point wear and a few dents. Magazine is good with 20% blue and some staining overall. A very nice example of a World War I era 1911 Colt. 49616-15 TEP C&R (4,000-5,000) – Lot 1283

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1284
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL.

SN 228457. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Diamond checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 80% brush military blue blending into patina on top of slide, muzzle wear at the front of the slide, patina on grip strap and spring housing. HP proofed bbl. Magazine is correct type. This is a very nice example of a WWI Military Colt 1911. 49428-48 TEP C&R (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1284

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1285
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL.

SN 237320. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Diamond checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Very good, retains 80% frame blue, 50% thinning slide blue. This is a very good example of a WWI production Colt 1911 with high polish finish, shipped to Springfield Armory on 2-15-1918. 49433-150 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1285

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1286
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL WITH HOLSTER.

SN 222806. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Overall light gray patina with some traces of cold blue, all markings are clear, grips are replacements. Holster is very good, with a 1917 inspector mark and a clear US on the flap. Honest WWII 1911. 49253-4 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1286

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1287
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*SCARCE COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL “BLACK ARMY” PISTOL WITH RARE GENERAL OFFICERS RUSSET BROWN US HOLSTER.

SN 494841. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, brushed blue finish. Slide has standard markings on both sides, “United States Property” on left side of frame. SN in usual position on right side of frame. Original two tone magazine. Diamond checkered walnut grips. US General Officer issue holster. A clear “US” stamp on flap, US inspector mark J.J.M. 1918 stamped on holster under flap. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 95% of brush blue military finish with slight high point muzzle wear and high point wear at rear of slide. A few small scratches on top of slide. Bbl shows “HP” proof marks. Frame retains 95% brush blue. Finish is thinning somewhat on mainspring housing. Trigger and hammer show 90% brush blue finish. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and only a few slight handling marks. Holster is very fine with nice russet-brown finish. Here is a chance to purchase a “BLACK ARMY” General Officers rig that is WWI vintage, and very hard to find in this good of a condition. 49553-4 TEP C&R (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1287

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1288
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL WITH BELT AND HOLSTER.

SN 497038. Cal. .45 auto. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered plastic grips. CONDITION: This model is known as the black army because of the dark finish, the pistol retains 50% of the original finish. Muzzle wear on front of the slide, handle marks over all, grips are replacements. Holster is in very good condition with a 1917 inspectors mark, clear US on the flap, web belt is also in good condition. Shipped to supply officer 8th Cavalry, Marfa, TX, on 1/16/19. “Black Army’s” saw heavy service. 49253-3 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1288

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1289
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL WITH HOLSTER.

SN 461158. Cal. .45 auto. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: 20-30% blue finish remains, backstrap and forestrap are bare, wood grips are replacements. Holster is in fine condition, with original leg strap, clear US mark on the flap. Honest entry level piece. 49253-2 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1289

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1290
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*COLT 1911 A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL COMMERCIAL MILITARY PISTOL.

SN 865992. Cal. .45 ACP. Parkerized finish with 5″ bbl, Checkered plastic grips. G.H.D. inspected. US property marked. This pistol is one of the approximately 6,575 pistols removed from Commercial production and assigned to the military contract production. The Commercial SN was obliterated at the factory and a Military number was rolled in its place. Evidence of this alteration is visible on the frame. Top rear of frame is stamped with an “S”, signifying commercial and it has the machine cuts for the Schwartz Safety (none of those parts were ever installed). Originally this pistol has a matching numbered slide, also with Schwartz Safety cuts. See p. 48, U.S. MILITARY AUTOMATIC PISTOLS 1920 – 1945, Meadows. CONDITION: Very good. Overall, retainins 80 to 85%% Parkerized finish with high point wear on the slide. Mechanics are fine, bright bore. Plastic grips in very good condition. Good example of a rare gun. 49433-151 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1290

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1291
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*VERY RARE COLT 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL. 1938 PRODUCTION.

SN 712799. Cal. 45 ACP, 5″ bbl, brushed blue finish, checkered walnut grips. Colt produced only 1,296 pistols of this type for the Ordnance Dept. in 1938. Specimens are very hard to find. SN matches on frame and slide. Slide shows a Gothic “P” proof in front of rear sight. Inside of slide channel shows “G” & “8” proof marks. Bbl is marked “Colt .45 Auto” with a “P” proof. Frame shows a Gothic “P” proof on left side above mag release and a “H” proof under magazine release on left side indicating final inspection by Frederick W. Hauff, Chief Inspector of Ordnance at Colts. Left trigger guard bow shows a “P” inspector mark over “VP”. Right side of frame shows early “M1911A1 U.S.Army” mark. Right front trigger guard bow shows “#60” assembler’s number. Inside top flat of frame in front of hammer shows a “G” proof and initials “H.O.L.” in an oval which are provisional inspection initials. Correct two-tone magazine. CONDITION: Very fine. Slide retains 85% brushed military blue finish with some muzzle wear and high point wear. Some slight staining and loss of finish on right top of slide. Slide shows miniscule scratches and handling marks overall. Sights show high point wear. Frame retains 90% brushed military blue finish with some high point wear at front of frame, a scratch near takedown pin, and slight thinning on forestrap. Grip safety shows some high point wear at bottom. Mainspring housing also shows some high point wear. Trigger and hammer retain 95% blue finish. Magazine retains 50% blue with a clear temper mark. Walnut grips are very fine with only a few slight compression dents. A very fine example of a 1938 production Colt 1911 A-1 which is very difficult to find and very hard to improve upon. 49616-16 TEP C&R (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1291

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1292
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*RARE COLT 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL IN NAVY SERIAL NUMBER RANGE.

SN 796796. Cal. .45 ACP, 5″ bbl, Parkerized finish, checkered plastic grips. Issued to U.S. Navy in 1942. Slide shows Gothic “P” proof in front of sight and a “G” proof inside slide. Slide shows a temper mark at front. All standard markings. Slide is SN’d “796796” under firing pin retainer. Bbl is blue and shows “COLT .45 AUTO” and “P” inspector marks. Frame shows a “WB” in a square above magazine release; “P” below magazine release. Frame has all standard markings. Frame shows “G” proof on inside top flat in front of hammer. Also, an “8”. Left front trigger guard bow shows a “M” inspector mark above “VP”. Right front trigger guard bow shows assembler number “60”. Magazine is blue with “C-S” stamped at forward edge of bottom plate. PROVENANCE: Pistol was shipped on 7/24/1942 to Naval Supply Depot, Oakland, Calif. in a shipment of 3,982 guns. CONDITION: Very good. Slide retains 80% dulling Parkerized finish with high point and muzzle wear and some slight staining. A few small scratches are evident. Clear temper mark. Frame shows 80% Parkerized finish with wear at front end and on high points. Front strap is thinning and grip safety is a mottled gray patina. Scratch at takedown pin. Hammer, trigger, and small parts retain 80% finish. Grips are very good with only a few slight dents. Magazine retains 80% blue finish. A very rare Navy issue 1911 A-1 that was obviously a replacement for pistols lost at Pearl Harbor. 49616-13 TEP (2,000-2,500) – Lot 1292

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1293
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*ITHACA 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL MANUFACTURED BY ITHACA GUN COMPANY, ITHACA, NEW YORK.

SN 1469859. Cal. .45 ACP, 5″ bbl, Parkerized finish, checkered plastic grips. Ithaca manufactured a total 335,466 pistols under Government contract. Slide shows “Ithaca Gun Co.” mark rolled on left side and a “P” proof in front of rear sight and an Ordnance bomb proof above firing pin slot. Bbl has blue finish and has a “P” proof stamped on both sides of lug. Frame shows “FJA” inspector mark above magazine release and “P” proof below release. “UNITED STATES PROPERTY SN M1911-A1 US ARMY” on right side of frame. Right side trigger guard bow shows “5”. Right rear of frame has Ordnance mark in front of hammer. Magazine is full blue with no marks. CONDITION: Very fine. Slide retains 95% Parkerized finish with slight muzzle wear and high point wear on left side and rear. Slide marking is clearly struck. Frame retains 95% Parkerized finish with some high point wear at front and a scratch by takedown pin. Small parts retain 95% Parkerized finish. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and very few mars. Magazine is very fine and retains 95% blue finish. A very fine example of a 1944 production Ithaca 1911-A1. 49616-12 TEP C&R (2,000-2,500) – Lot 1293

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1294
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*COLT 1911 A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL US ISSUE IN BROWN CARDBOARD BOX WITH KRAFT PAPER.

SN 1676794. Cal. 45 ACP 5″ bbl, Parkerized finish, checkered plastic grips. Brown cardboard box with Colt address and military label. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 90% Parkerized finish with high point wear and wear at muzzle and front sight. Bore is greasy but shows strong rifling. Frame retains 90% finish with a scratch mark by takedown pin and some high point wear at front of frame. “G.H.D.” inspector mark has been double struck. United States Property above SN on right side of frame. 95% finish on trigger and hammer. Correct full blue magazine. Grips are fine with few apparent mars or dents. Box is fine with clear label on top and Kraft packing paper. This is a fine WWII vintage Colt 1911 A1 pistol in a box that was shipped to Government. 49428-3 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1294

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1295
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*UNIQUE COLT 1911-A1 PRE-NATIONAL MATCH GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL WITH TWO-TONE FINISH, NICKEL AND BLUE SHIPPED TO CAMP PERRY.

SN C160887. Cal. .45ACP, 5″ bbl, two-tone nickel and blue finish, checkered walnut grips. Orig blue finish on slide, bbl, trigger, hammer, spring tube, takedown pin, safety latch, magazine release, grip safety, and spring housing. Orig nickel finish on frame, bbl bushing, and mainspring retainer plug. Slide shows standard Colt markings with SN in firing pin slot. “N” proof in side of slide. Bbl is stamped “COLT .45 AUTO MATCH” with a “MB” in a circle stamped on right side of bbl lug. Frame has Government model and SN clearly stamped on right side. Inspector number “1” on left front trigger guard bow over “VP”. Right trigger guard bow shows assembler number “60”. Walnut grips show some nice figure. Magazine is two-toned with a strong temper mark. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this pistol is a letter from Colt Factory historian M.S. Huber dated December 18, 1985 in which he confirms the two tone finish of this pistol and shows its shipment in a 25 gun order to Camp Perry National Matches, Camp Perry Ohio. For; Colt Patents Company Booth. The date of shipment was August 15, 1930, right in time for the national matches in an order of 25 pistols. Colt Factory order # 18398/25. CONDITION: Very fine. Slide retains 85% mirror finish Colt blue with slight muzzle wear and high point wear. A few slight scratches on either side and one larger scratch on top in front of rear sight. All markings are correct for period. Bore is bright with strong rifling, bbl retains 90% blue. Frame retains 95% orig nickel finish with some slight scratching on front of frame and on forestrap. Bbl bushing and mainspring plug retain 90% nickel finish with some flaking. Trigger, magazine release, spring tube, takedown pin, safety catch, hammer, grip safety, and mainspring housing retain 95% bright blue finish with only slight scratching on side of hammer and trigger. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and only slight handling marks. Magazine is very fine with 95% bright blue finish and a vivid temper mark. An opportunity to obtain a very early pre-National Match Colt 1911 A-1 that was sent to Camp Perry to promote the new model pistol that was released in 1932. 49616-18 TEP C&R (8,000-12,000) – Lot 1295

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1296
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*EARLY PRODUCTION COLT 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL CALIBER 38 SUPER IN AN ORIGINAL COLT MAROON BOX. WITH INSTRUCTION SHEET AND WRAPPING PAPER.

SN 761. Cal. .38 SUPER. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. A very early example of a Colt 38 Super pistol in an orig Colt box. SN 761 clearly marked on frame and rear of slide. “S” inspector mark on inside top flat of frame in front of hammer. Colt inspector # 1 on left front trigger guard bow and assembler # 20 on right front of trigger guard bow. Two-tone magazine with “.38 Auto Colt” on end plate. All other features are standard as made by Colt. Box is maroon in color with minor loss on lid. Good end label marked “Super .38”. #761 is barely visible written in pencil on bottom of box. Box contains Colt instruction sheet and wrapping paper. Lid has Colt advertisement in English and Spanish. CONDITION: Very fine. Slide retains 95% mirror polish blue with slight muzzle wear on left side and slight high point wear on right side of muzzle, on front sight, and on rear sight. Some very light scratch marks are evident. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Frame retains 98% mirror blue finish with slight high point wear at front end and a very slight scratch on left side below takedown pin. Hammer and trigger retain 90% bright blue with slight scratch marks. Walnut grips are very fine with very sharp checkering and only one slight impression dent on right grip. Magazine is fine with a clear temper mark and some loss of finish on bottom plate. A very fine example of a Colt 1911 A-1 .38 Super pistol in an orig Colt box. Extremely difficult to improve upon. 49616-19 TEP C&R (6,000-8,000) – Lot 1296

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1297
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL CIVILIAN ISSUE IN COLT BOX WITH PAPERWORK AND KRAFT PAPER.

SN C 99161. Cal. 45 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut stocks, maroon-colored Colt box with Colt paperwork and wrapping paper. Included is a box of 20 .45 Cal cartridges. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 90% high polished blue with muzzle wear and high point wear. Some staining on top of slide and some scratches on left side of slide near takedown pin. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Frame retains 90% blue with a scratch near takedown pin, some thinning of forestrap. Finish drifting to brown patina on spring housing and grip safety. Hammer and trigger retain 90% blue with some scratching. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and very few mars. Magazine is correct. Box is very good maroon with blue end label and traces of “Government Model Label”. Includes Colt paperwork and Kraft wrapping paper. Lid and bottom of box printed with Colt logo. Lid has broken corner on right side. No number visible on bottom of box. Cartridge box has arsenal label and open end. This is a very nice Commercial M1911 Colt. 49059-188 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1297

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1298
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL COMMERCIAL ISSUE IN BOX.

SN C 97107. Cal. 45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish, diamond checkered walnut grips. Maroon-colored box with paperwork and Kraft paper. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine. Slide retains 90% blue with slight muzzle wear and some thinning and speckling on top of slide. Slight high point wear on rear sight and rear slide. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Frame retains 90% blue with a slight scratch near takedown pin and some thinning of blue on mainspring housing. Hammer and trigger retain 90% blue with a slight scratch on right side of hammer. Magazine is correct type. Grips are fine with very few mars. Box is maroon-colored with blue end label. Box contains Colt paperwork, and Kraft wrapping paper, also Colt labels on inside of lid and bottom of box. Box is in fine condition; no number on bottom. 49428-16 TEP C&R (3,000-4,000) – Lot 1298

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1299
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*COLT 1911 A-1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL.

SN 255368-C. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered wood grips. CONDITION: Very good condition with 80-85% blue overall. Wear on on the forestrap and main spring housing. This pistol has been professionally modified into a match grade gun, changes include; NM bbl, NM bushing, adjustable aluminum trigger, partridge front sight with matching rear sight, flat main spring housing. This pistol has been converted into a fine match target gun. 49433-146 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1299

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1300
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*COLT 1911 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL CIVILIAN ISSUE IN BOX WITH PAPERS.

SN C131074. Cal. 45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, maroon-colored box with paperwork and tissue paper. Box has Colt label on inside of lid, blue end label, no number on bottom. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine. Slide retains 95% blue with slight muzzle wear and a few small scratches near ejector port. Very little high point wear. Bore is frosty with visible rifling. Frame retains 95% blue finish with a slight scratch by takedown pin, and slight fading on mainspring housing. Hammer and trigger retain 95% blue with slight scratches, correct magazine, grips are fine with sharp checkering and very few mars. Box is very good, and is dark purple. Box has label on inside of lid. Box has one broken corner on top of lid. There is no number on bottom of box. A very nice early Commercial M “1911”. 49428-2 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1300

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1301
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*COLT 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL COMMERCIAL ISSUE.

SN C177641. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut stock. Slide shows standard markings for this model at the time of production. Bbl shows “Colt .45 Auto” stamped on left side of breech. Frame shows “Government Model” over SN on right side. “S” inspector mark on top flat in front of hammer. Trigger, takedown pin, safety catch and hammer are finely checkered. Mainspring housing is coarsely checkered. Grips are finely checkered walnut. Magazine is two-tone with “Colt .45 Auto” marked on base plate. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent as professionally refinished. Slide retains 99% blue with only some slight staining on the left side. Markings are sharp. Bbl retains 99% blue. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Frame retains 99% blue with only a slight scratch near the takedown pin. All markings are sharp. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and few abrasions. Magazine is two-tone with 90% blue remaining. A very nice Colt 1911-A1 commercial that has been completely restored to almost new condition. 49583-15 TEP C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1301

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1302
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: The correct terminology is of course “Commercial” not “Government”. Also the correct serial number is 15784-NM.

*COLT 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL NATIONAL MATCH PISTOL.

SN 15784. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips with medallions. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 90% blue finish with minor scratches and slight high point wear. Top of slide is matte finish with Elliason adjustable rear sight. Bbl marked Colt .45 auto NM. Trigger is adjustable aluminum. Forestrap and spring housing are grooved. Grips are very good with one compression mark on left grip. Very nice Colt National Match. 49428-1 TEP (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1302

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1303

*BEAUTIFUL COLT GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH 1911 WITH ORIGINAL BOX.

SN 12325-NM. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard configuration. Checkered medallion walnut grips. Left side of slide marked “NATIONAL MATCH”. Adjustable trigger, adjustable rear sight with front blade sight. Matching magazine marked at butt “COLT / 45 / AUTO”. Orig shipping box, outer box, instruction pamphlet and target come with this lot. The target is signed as tested by “OTTO ENGELHARDT”. CONDITION: Extraordinarily fine, near new. Retains nearly all of its orig blued finish throughout with just a couple of handling marks and high point edge wear. Grips are crisp. Checkering is sharp. Mechanics are smooth. Brilliant shiny bore. Box is excellent with corner and edge wear. Outer box with minor losses on corners. 49583-17 JSL314 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1303

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1304
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: Correct terminology is of course “Commercial” not “Government”.

*RARE COLT 1911-A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL IN 38 SUPER CALIBER WITH FAT BARREL.

SN 80959. Cal. .38 Super, 5″ bbl, blue finish, checkered plastic grips with Colt medallion embossed. Produced in 1950, this variation is called a “Fat Barrel” because surplus .45 cal bbls were used that had a larger outside diameter than regular .38 bbl. Slide shows standard markings. with no visible proof marks, Top of slide has a matte finish. Sights are of Patridge-type. Bbl is marked on top “SUPER .38 AUTO”. Frame shows a “Q” inspector mark on left front trigger guard bow and “0” assembler mark on right front trigger guard bow. “8” is stamped on top flat of frame in front of hammer. Magazine is full blue with fluted sides and bottom plate with Rampant Colt logo and “COLT SUPER .38 AUTO” stamped. CONDITION: Fine. Slide retains 90% bright blue on side flats with only slight high point wear and a couple of small scratches. Matte finish shows some slight handling marks. Bore is bright with sharp rifling and a couple of stains. Frame retains 95% bright blue with some high point wear and a few scratches. Slight scratch at takedown pin. Grips are very fine with a clear Rampant Colt logo and sharp checkering. Magazine retains 95% blue with only slight high point wear. A hard to find variation of a post-war .38 super. 49616-21 TEP C&R (1,200-1,500) – Lot 1304

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1305

*COLT PRE-WAR ACE TARGET PISTOL.

SN 6742. Cal. 22 LR 5″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. Adjustable rear sight. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Very fine, slide retains 98% bright blue finish with only slight muzzle wear and a few minimal scratch marks. Bore is frosty with good rifling. Frame retains 98% blue finish with a slight scratch near take down pin and slight thinning of blue on the forestrap. Grip safety shows 98% blue finish. Hammer and trigger show 90% blue with only slight scratches on the side. Magazine is correct, two tone, with ACE marked on bottom plate. Grips are fine with only a few slight bruises. A very fine Colt Pre-War Ace that would be hard to improve upon. 49059-187 TEP C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1305

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1306

*COLT MODEL 1911 A-1 PRE-WAR ACE PISTOL.

SN 2327. Cal. .22 LR. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut stocks. CONDITION: Fine overall. Retaining 90% blue finish with some high point wear and handling marks. Forestrap shows wear. Adjustable target sights. Fine checkered walnut grips. Early issue of a pre-war Ace. 49433-152 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1306

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1307

*LES BAER CUSTOM COLT 1911-A1 PISTOL.

SN 20618. Cal. .45 ACP. 5″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered rosewood grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, pistol shows 98% matte blue finish with only a few small areas of wear at the muzzle of the slide. It has a Baer .45 match bbl and bushing with a buffered slide. Bomar adjustable rear sight and front silver bead sight. Adjustable aluminum trigger. Skeletonized hammer, beaver tailed grip safety, finely checkered forstrap and spring housing. Pistol comes with a Wilson combat magazine. Excellent target pistol. 49428-19 TEP (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1307

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1308

*BREN TEN STANDARD MODEL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL WITH STAINLESS STEEL FRAME.

SN 83SM01240. Cal. 10 mm. 5″ bbl. Bren Ten Standard model as made by Dornaus & Dixon Enterprises and so marked on right side of stainless steel frame. Slide is blued and simply marked “BREN TEN” on left side with the additional markings “Cal. 10mm AUTO” on the right side. The Bren Ten is considered by many enthusiasts to be one of the most superior of the 10 MM pistol designs with the safety mounted on the slide below the rear sight as well as a thumb safety. This particular specimen was manufactured in the latter part of the reported 1,500 pistol production run while these were being made between 1983-1986. Includes one unmarked 12-rnd magazine and cardboard shipping box with matching SN applied in red ink. CONDITION: Near excellent orig finish on slide with slightest noticeable wear to the bluing where the slide contacts the frame rails. Frame, grips & mag also near excellent. Bore near excellent. Hardly any evidence of it ever having been fired. A fine, top quality modern pistol that packs a lot of punch. 49616-1 JWK29 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 1308

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1309

*BREN TEN SPECIAL FORCES MODEL WITH DARK SLIDE.

SN 84SFD0512. Cal. 10 mm. 4-1/2″ bbl. The BREN TEN produced only between 1983-1986 is considered by firearms enthusiasts to be one of the strongest and most desirable of the 10 MM semi-auto pistols. This model was popularized by its use in the TV series “Miami Vice” as the preferred handgun of character Sonny Crockett. This “Special Forces” dark slide model includes one 10-rnd 10 mm magazine and includes a cardboard shipping box with hand written gun SN applied. This pistol features a push button safety mounted on the slide beneath the cocking serrations for easy and quick access, as well as a thumb safety on the right side of the slide in this case, which can be changed over to the left side for left handed firers. Marked on right side of frame with Dornaus & Dixon ENT., Inc., address and on left of slide BREN TEN SPECIAL FORCES, this specimen was manufactured about a 1/3 of the way through the run of about 1,500 pistols. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance very good to near excellent. Matte non-reflective blue finish with bright bbl, hammer and trigger. There is some loss of finish on the slide where it contacts with frame rails upon recoil and upon extreme close inspection, the slightest of handling marks on the forward edge of the trigger guard. Hard black composite grips near excellent. This pistol has been fired. The bore is excellent, shiny and bright. This is a great opportunity to acquire a top quality pistol with superior stopping power. 49616-2 JWK28 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 1309

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1310

*COLT NEW SERVICE TARGET REVOLVER WITH CHECKERED WALNUT GRIPS.

SN 328046. Cal. 44 Russian & Special. 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, target sights, checkered forestrap and backstrap, checkered trigger, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 80% blue with some muzzle wear and staining on sides of bbl. Bbl address is sharp, Cal marking is sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl retains 60% bright blue with deep blue in flutes. High point wear at front and rear of cyl. Slight drag mark. Chambers are good. Frame retains 80% dulling blue with a matted top strap. Slight scratching overall. Some high point wear behind hammer and behind trigger guard. Grips are very good with only a few slight mars. Medallions are fine. A very good New Service Target Model revolver in a rare caliber. 49583-13 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1310

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1311

*COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH FULL NICKEL FINISH, MOTHER-OF-PEARL GRIPS, AND VENEZUELAN CREST STAMPED ON LEFT SIDE OF FRAME. “E.N.V. NO. 3401” ON BUTT.

SN 469812. Cal. .38 Special, 2″ bbl, nickel finish, mother-of-pearl grips with nickel-plated medallions. Special order square butt configuration. Venezuelan crest is stamped on left side of frame. “E.N.V. NO. 3401” is stamped on butt of frame. “E.N.V.” stands for Ejercito Nationale Venezuela. All other markings are standard issue with exception of Rampant Colt being stamped on right rear part of frame. This indicates that all markings are factory orig. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this revolver is a letter from Colt historian M.S. Huber dated May 5, 1993 confirming the features of this revolver including the finish, the pearl grips, the seal of Venezuela on side plate and the “E.N.V. 3401” on butt. The revolver was shipped to the Ministero de Guerra y Marina. Address La Guayra, Venezuela in a 400 gun shipment on June 25, 1941 Colt Factory order # 9545. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains nearly all of orig nickel finish with only a slight number of small scratches. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Cyl retains 80% nickel finish with some flaking and some light pitting at one chamber. Frame retains 90% orig nickel finish with some spots of deep pitting on right front side of frame and trigger guard. Top strap shows a few spots of corrosion. Some pitting at heel and toe of grip frame. Chambers are good. Hammer and trigger retain 95% nickel finish. Pearl grips are very good with no cracks, no chips, and fine medallions. A very interesting Special Order Colt Detective Special manufactured in 1941 that merits further research. 49616-11 TEP C&R (800-1,200) – Lot 1311

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1312
Revised: 9/26/2015

Please Note: Believed to be factory restored.

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN E 54916. Cal. .357 Mag. 2-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. Comes with original box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Excellent, almost new. No evidence of being fired. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Grips are in excellent condition. Box end label confirms features. Very nice nearly new in box Python. 49428-6 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1312

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1313

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL BOX.

SN 31433E. Cal. .357 Mag. 2-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut stocks with Colt medallions. With original factory box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, with only a few slight handling scratches on the right side of the frame. Revolver has been fired very little. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Colt grips with medallions in fine condition. Nice Python in the box. 49428-46 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1313

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1314

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

SN K53745. Cal. .357 Mag. 2-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Stag grips with Colt medallions. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, revolver retains 98% blue finish with only slight staining and small handling marks. Appears unfired. Adjustable rear sight, red blade ramp front sight. Colt stag grips in excellent condition. Real nice Python. 49428-9 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1314

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1315
Revised: 10/9/2015

Please Note: Believed to be factory restored.

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH CHECKERED WALNUT GRIPS.

SN 51505E. Cal. .357 Magnum, 2-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut stocks. Bbl has ventilated rib. Top strap and rib are matte finish and have adjustable target sights. All markings are standard for time of production. SN on frame and crane match. Grips have gold Colt medallions. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 99% blue finish with only slight plumming on ejector rod housing. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Cyl retains 99% bright blue with only a slight drag mark. Frame retains 99% bright blue with some plumming of finish and a few tiny scratches. Trigger retains 98% blue turning plum. Hammer retains 90% blue turning plum. Grips are very fine with sharp checkering, fine medallions, and very slight handling marks. A very fine short bbl Colt Python that would be hard to improve upon. 49616-4 TEP (1,500-1,800) – Lot 1315

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1316
Revised: 9/26/2015

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*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN 12519. Cal. .357 Mag. 4″ bbl, nickel finish. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. With original box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent, revolver retains 99% nickel finish with only slight handling marks in some areas. Fired very little. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Matte finish on top of frame and bbl. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions in very good condition with a few small dents on the butt end of the grip. Box end label confirms features. A nice early gun, hard to improve upon. 49428-45 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1316

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1317

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN 20289. Cal. .357 Mag. 4″ bbl, nickel finish. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. With original box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Excellent nearly new, fired very little, slight marring on top strap of frame otherwise appears as new. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions are nearly new. Box end label confirms features. Excellent early Python very difficult to improve upon. 49428-7 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1317

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1318
Revised: 9/26/2015

Please Note: Believed to be factory restored.

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN 25223. Cal. .357 Mag. 4″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered wood grips with Colt medallions. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Excellent nearly new in box. No evidence of being fired. No apparent scratches. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Grips are nearly new and appear to be fruit wood. Box contains original papers and Kraft wrapping paper. Box end label confirms features. Difficult to improve upon. 49428-8 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1318

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1319

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH PACHMEYER/COLT GRIPS IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN T40366. Cal. .357 Mag. 4″ bbl, bright stainless steel finish. Pachmeyer grips with Colt medallions. With original box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Excellent nearly new in box. Appears unfired. Adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight. Matte finish top strap and bbl. Grips are as new. 49428-11 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1319

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1320

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

SN E6601. Cal. .357 Mag, 4″ bbl with ventilated rib, blue finish, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. All markings are standard for period of production. Matted rib and top strap with adjustable Patridge sights. Wide checkered hammer, grooved trigger. SNs match on frame and crane. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 90% blue finish with some muzzle wear and milkyness on left side. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Cyl retains 95% blue finish with only slight high point wear and very slight drag mark. Frame retains 95% blue finish turning somewhat plum near bbl. Slight high point wear at right front of frame. Trigger and hammer retain 95% blue. Grips are very good with sharp checkering and some bruising on left side and a few small dents on right side. A very nice Python revolver. 49616-3 TEP (1,200-1,500) – Lot 1320

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1321

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN AN ORIGINAL COLT BROWN BOX WITH WRAPPING PAPER, COMBINATION TOOL AND TEST TARGET, INCLUDING AN EXTRA PAIR OF SMOOTH UNCHECKERED WALNUT GRIPS.

SN 37572. Cal. .357 MAG. 4″ bbl, blue finish, checkered grips with second pair of uncheckered walnut grips, both with Rampant Colt medallions. All markings are standard for the production of this revolver. Bbl has ventilated rib with a matted finish on top of bbl and frame. Adjustable target sights, grooved trigger, checkered wide spur hammer, grooved backstrap. SNs match on frame and crane. Box is brown colored with Kraft wrapping paper, a combination tool and a test target numbered to this revolver. End label describes features of this revolver, box has “37572” on bottom written in ink. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 95% bright blue with only slight muzzle wear on either side with only a few miniscule scratch marks. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl retains 98% bright blue with only slight high point wear and a slight drag mark, chambers are very good. Frame retains 98% bright blue with only slight handling marks. Trigger, cyl latch and hammer retain 99% blue. Checkered grips are fine with sharp checkering and only a few handling marks, medallions are fine. Smooth grips show only miniscule handling marks, medallions are fine. Box is very good with minor losses on the edges and some scuffing on the bottom. Combination tool is unused. Test target is very good. A very hard to improve upon early Python revolver in an orig Colt box, with special order grips and a test target for this revolver. 49583-16 TEP C&R (2,000-4,000) – Lot 1321

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1322

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH BLACK PACHMEYER/COLT GRIPS IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN T86391. Cal. .357 Mag. 6″ bbl, bright stainless steel finish. Pachmeyer/Colt grips with Colt medallions. With original box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Excellent nearly new, fired very little. Adjustable rear sight, red ramp front sight. Matte finish on top of frame and bbl. Grips are excellent. 49428-10 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1322

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1323

*COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN ORIGINAL BOX.

SN 5480. Cal. .357 Mag. 6″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. With original box and papers. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, revolver shows 95% blue finish with slight muzzle wear, slight holster wear on the left side of the bbl. Some stains on the right side of the frame. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Matte finish on top of bbl and frame. Very fine early Colt checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. Box end label confirms features. This is a nice early Colt Python. 49428-15 TEP C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1323

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1324

VERY FINE CIVIL WAR SMITH & WESSON MODEL ONE 2ND ISSUE SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER.

SN 30799. Cal. 22 Short. Blue & silver finish with 3-1/4″ keyhole shaped bbl, German silver half-moon front sight, 7-shot unfluted cylinder and mounted with matching numbered 2-pc rosewood grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Revolver retains about 95% glossy orig blue with scattered areas of staining and pitting. Frame & grip frame retain virtually all of their orig silver plating, with small nicks and scratches. 2-pc grips are sound and well fit retaining 95% orig varnish with numerous small nicks, dings and scratches. There is a hairline crack about an inch long from the butt upward on right grip. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 49059-126 JS (750-1,250) – Lot 1324

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1325

EXTREMELY FINE CIVIL WAR ERA SMITH & WESSON #2 ARMY REVOLVER.

SN 12582. Cal. 32. This is an extremely fine example of the popular Civil War Smith & Wesson army revolver with 6″ bbl. Based on SN this gun was made near beginning of the war. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Gun retains about 95% of its orig bright blue finish on frame, cylinder and bbl with minor staining, patches of grey/plum patina. Maker and patent marks on bbl flat and cylinder are crisp and easily read as are serial numbers. Rosewood grips are sound and solid retaining almost all their original varnished finish. Mechanically gun functions well with crisp shiny rifling. 49059-131 JS (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1325

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1326

RARE SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL #3 TARGET REVOLVER WITH CHECKERED WALNUT GRIPS AND OPTIONAL CHECKERED TRIGGER AND SPUR TRIGGER GUARD.

SN 618. Cal. .38-44. 6-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish. Checkered walnut grips. Special order spur trigger guard. SNs match on bbl, latch/sight, cyl and frame. Right grip has “27634” written on the inside in pencil. S&W patent marks on top of bbl rib. Adjustable target sights. Only 4333 of this model were manufactured between 1887 – 1910, they were SN’d in their own individual range. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 90% bright blue finish with slight muzzle wear and some blue turning to brown patina on sides and bottom of bbl. Bbl address is clear and crisp. Sights retain 90% blue. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl retains 50% bright blue with deep blue in the flutes. Cyl shows high point wear, some scuffing and a drag mark. Chambers are good. Frame retains 90% blue finish with high point wear and some scratches overall. Trigger guard retains 80% case color with vivid color in protected areas. Hammer retains 20% case color with some vivid color on right side. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and very few handling marks. Action needs adjustment. An opportunity to purchase a rare Smith & Wesson New Model #3 Target with a spur trigger guard. 49576-2 TEP C&R (2,500-4,000) – Lot 1326

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1327

SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER THREE TARGET REVOLVER.

SN 2151. Cal. 38 Colt. 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. Target sights. SN’s match on bbl, cylinder and frame. Revolver is accompanied by a letter from S&W historian Roy Jinks, confirming bbl length, blue finish and checkered hard rubber grips. Caliber not listed. Shipment was on August 21st, 1893, to Ross & Butler, address unreadable. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 50% bright blue blending to a pleasing plum/brown patina, muzzle wear on both sides, high point wear along the rib, bbl address is sharp. Sights show 80% blue. Bore is excellent with sharp rifling. Cylinder retains 70% dulling blue with some staining, drag mark at end of cylinder, good chambers. Frame retains 60% blue blending to a pleasing brown patina on grip straps, high point wear behind hammer. Trigger guard retains 20% case color in protected areas. Hammer retains 50% case color with slight scratching. Grips are very good with high point wear and a few mars. Mechanics function perfectly. A very good example of a S&W #3 Target. 49548-7 TEP C&R (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1327

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1328

RARE SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER 3 TARGET REVOLVER WITH SPECIAL ORDER SPUR TRIGGER GUARD AND LEATHER SHOOTING BOX.

SN 2676. Cal. .38-44. 6-1/2″ bbl. Blue and case colored finish. Checkered walnut grips. Adjustable target sights. One line bbl address without patent dates. Checkered special order spur trigger guard. Skeletonized trigger with stop. SNs match on bbl, latch/sight, cyl and frame. Leather shooting box has provisions for 3 revolvers and lock has a patent date of Oct. 1871. Initials A.B. on inside lid, included is a small calling card for “Mr. Alfred Brennan / 703 West 171 Street / Manhattan, NY”. Accompanying the revolver are assorted shooting accessories. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 95% deep blue finish with only slight muzzle wear and some small abrasions on the middle of the bbl. Bbl address is sharp. Sights retain 50% blue. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Cyl retains 90% deep blue with some high point wear along the edges of the flutes and front of the cyl, drag mark at rear cyl, chambers are very good. Frame retains 95% deep blue finish with slight abrasions on either side near the hammer and at the forward hinge point. Abrasions on bbl and frame appear to be the result of storage in the shooting box. Trigger guard retains traces of case color in protected areas with balance turning silver. Hammer retains 95% brilliant case color. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and very few slight mars. Leather shooting box is in fair condition, lid has been detached, handles and straps are broken, leather on the exterior has scuffing marks overall. A very fine set that once belonged to a serious target shooter. 49576-1 TEP C&R (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1328

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1329

SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER THREE TARGET REVOLVER.

SN 1550. Cal. 38-44. 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. Target sights. SN’s match on bbl, cylinder and frame. Revolver is accompanied by a letter from S&W historian Roy Jinks, confirming the caliber and showing shipment to Market & Co. New York City & Hamburg Germany on August 31st, 1891. British proof on bbl and cylinder. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 85% bright blue with some spots that are blending to a plum patina, muzzle wear on both sides of the bbl extends about 1″ back. Bbl address is very sharp. Bore is fine with sharp rifling. Target sights retain 50% blue. Cylinder retains 80% blue finish blending to plum patina, slight drag mark. Frame retains 95% bright blue with a few mars and scratches, some pluming on the forestrap and backstrap. Trigger guard retains 50% case color, vivid in protected areas. Hammer retains 70% case color, vivid on right side, scratched on left. Grips are fine, sharp checkering and only a few miniscule handling marks. Mechanics are excellent. Very nice S&W NM #3 target. 49548-5 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1329

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1330
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SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER THREE TARGET REVOLVER.

SN 33286. Cal. 44 Russian. 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered hard rubber grips.SN’s match on bbl, cylinder and frame. CONDITION: Fine, bbl retains 80% blue finish blending with pleasing brown patina, slight muzzle wear and some scratching on left side. Bbl address is sharp. Bore is fine with bright sharp rifling. Cylinder retains 50% blue blending to a pleasing plum patina. Good chambers. Frame retains 80% bright blue with high point wear behind hammer and brown patina on the grip straps. Trigger guard retains 20% case color in protected areas. Hammer retains 90% case color, vivid on right side. Grips are fine, with only slight wear. Mechanics function perfectly. A very fine New Model #3 target revolver that could benefit from further research. 49548-6 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1330

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1331
Revised: 9/18/2015

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SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER THREE TARGET REVOLVER.

SN 32005. Cal. 32-44. 6-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. Target sights. SN’s match on bbl, cylinder and frame. Revolver is accompanied by a letter from Smith & Wesson historian Roy Jinks confirming caliber and special individual order, delivered to H. K. Stillwell on December 17th, 1903. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent. Bbl retains 95% nickel finish with only slight muzzle wear and a few minor stain marks, slight denting on bbl lug. Address is sharp, cal. marking is sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Front and rear sight retain 90% blue. Cylinder retains 95% nickel with some flaking and high point wear, slight drag mark. Chambers are excellent. Frame retains 95% nickel, with very little loss of finish, slight handling marks overall. Trigger guard retains 50% case color with vivid color in protected areas. Hammer retains 75% vivid case color with scratching on right side. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and a few minor handling marks. Mechanics function perfectly. A very fine S&W #3 Target in a very rare cal. 49548-4 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1331

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1332

FINE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 3 RUSSIAN COMMERCIAL FIRST MODEL.

SN 11699. Cal. 44 Russian. This is a standard Smith & Wesson #3 single action revolver with 8″ bbl, 2-pc walnut stocks and blued finish. Gun is marked on top of ribbed bbl flat “SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD. MASS. U.S.A. PAT. JUL. 10. 60. JAN. 17, FEB. 17, JULY 11 65 & AUG. 24. 69. RUSSIAN MODEL”. PROVENANCE: Greg Martin Auction, Dec 8 2003, Lot 1318; The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Gun is fine overall, retaining 60-70% orig bright blue finish on frame and bbl with strong traces of finish found on cylinder, especially on flutes and inside chambers. Right stock has internal SN that does not appear to match gun, though stamped marking is distorted between the 1XXX9. Stocks are sound and fit fairly well, however, with small gaps. Hammer retains strong traces of case colors. Trigger guard and backstrap are overall grey. Mechanically gun functions and has a crisp fine bore. There is a screw in butt in place of lanyard swivel stud. 49059-134 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1332

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1333

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 3 RUSSIAN 3RD MODEL REVOLVER, COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION.

SN 48165. Cal. 44 Russian, 6-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish, plain wood grips with lanyard ring on butt. “1874” stamped on butt above SN. “P” stamped in front of lanyard ring. “704” stamped on bbl, latch, and cyl. Russian model rolled on bbl rib. Total production of only 13,500 revolvers. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this revolver is a letter from Smith & Wesson Historial Roy Jinks showing manufacture of this revolver in 1876 and confirming the caliber as being .44S&W Russian. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl shows almost all of nickel finish with only slight high point wear and a few scratches. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl shows considerable lightly tarnished nickel with high point wear and a slight drag mark. Frame retains most of nickel finish with some marring and scratching commensurate with the age of revolver. Hammer and trigger guard retain vivid case colors in protected areas. Grips are fine with only small handling marks. Initials are carved into upper portion of each grip, “P” on left side and “E” on right side. A rare Smith & Wesson Commercial Russian model with English markings. 49583-9 TEP C&R (2,000-4,000) – Lot 1333

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1334

INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL #3 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH TARGET SIGHTS AND SPUR TRIGGER GUARD.

SN 19377. Cal. .44, 6-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips, target sights, spur trigger guard. Revolver has been modified to target configuration by addition of target sights and checkered spur trigger guard and checkered trigger. “A. BRENON/1888” is engraved in frame behind hammer and April 21st/71-71-71 is engraved on right side of frame below hammer. SNs match on bbl, cyl, and frame. No number is present on latch/rear sight. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 60% nickel finish that is dulling on forward end with some wear marks on either side and bottom of bbl. Bbl address is sharp. Target sights are very good. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl retains 75% dull nickel finish with some flaking and loss of finish. Drag mark at rear cyl. Frame retains 80% nickel finish with some mars and dents at trigger guard pin and some wear on right rear side of frame. Engraving is professionally executed. Hammer and trigger guard retain 50% case colors with some vivid color in protected areas and on right side of hammer. Grips are very good with sharp checkering, clear S&W monogram, and very few mars or dents. Action needs adjustment. A nice example of a customized S&W New Model #3 revolver. 49576-3 TEP C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1334

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1335
Revised: 10/2/2015

Great News: This is Antique.

SMITH & WESSON .38 WINCHESTER DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH MOTHER OF PEARL GRIPS.

SN 2. Cal. 38-40. 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Mother of pearl grips. SN’s match on bbl, cylinder and frame. Revolver is accompanied by a letter from S&W historian Roy Jinks, confirming bbl length, finish and hard rubber grips. Shipment was on August 22nd, 1901, to Wm. Read & Sons, Boston, Mass. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 50% bright blue in protected areas with balance turning a pleasing plum/brown patina. Bbl address is sharp. Bore bright with strong rifling, with a slight ring about 1″ from the muzzle. Cylinder retains 50% bright blue drifting into a pleasing plum patina, strong blue in flute, drag mark at rear cylinder, high point wear. Frame shows 50% blue blending into brown patina with plum/brown patina on grip straps. Hammer and trigger show 75% case color. Pearl grips are replacements and fit well. Action works perfectly. A very rare S&W double action with only 276 of this type made. 49548-8 TEP C&R (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1335

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1336

*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 38-44 OUTDOORSMAN’S DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER IN AN ORIGINAL SMITH & WESSON BOX WITH WRAPPING PAPER AND A COPY OF S&W 85TH ANNIVERSARY CATALOG.

SN 46240. Cal. 38 Special, 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips. Target-style adjustable sights. SN’s match on bbl, cyl, and frame. Right grip numbered 57576. Smith & Wesson box with top label and end and side labels for 38-44 Outdoorsman’s revolver. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains a generous amount of blue with some staining around front sight, slight muzzle wear and a few small scratches. Bbl address is sharp. Cal marking is sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl shows a generous amount of blue finish with only high point wear and a slight drag mark. Good chambers. Frame retains almost all of blue finish with only high point wear at front of frame and on trigger guard. Hammer and trigger show generous amounts of muted case color. Grips are very fine with sharp checkering and only slight handling marks. Box is good with a faded top label identifying model and showing a picture of revolver. End labels are good describing model. A nice early large frame Smith & Wesson 38. 49583-11 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1336

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1337

*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 29 DA REVOLVER WITH AN ORIGINAL CASE.

SN S166392. Cal. 44 Magnum. High polish blue finish with 6-1/2″ ribbed bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target trigger & hammer. Mounted with diamond checkered, silver medallion Magnum grips. Accompanied by its orig blue satin lined, black leatherette, hinged lid case containing the revolver and an orig screwdriver, cleaning rod & mop. Few of these early 5-screw, pre-29s remain in as new condition. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus. Appears to be pristine, new & unfired retaining 99.9% crisp orig high polish blue, with brilliant case colors on trigger & hammer. Grips are crisp with two small nicks on the right side, showing extremely light diamond point wear. Mechanics are crisp. Brilliant shiny bore. Case is equally new with only a small scrape on the lid. 49428-30 JR C&R (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1337

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1338

*SCARCE SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 29 DA REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL CASE.

SN S169751. Cal. 44 Magnum. High polish blue finish with 6-1/2″ ribbed bbl, red ramp & white outline sights, target, trigger & hammer. Mounted with diamond checkered, silver medallion Magnum grips. Accompanied by an orig blue satin lined, black leatherette, hinged lid case containing the revolver and orig screwdriver, cleaning rod & mop. Few of these early 4-screw, pre-29s remain in as new condition. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Appears to be new and unfired retaining 99%+ bright high polish blue with bright case colors on trigger, moderately faded on hammer. Grips are crisp with minor diamond point wear. Crisp mechanics. Bright shiny bore. Box has torn hinge material, otherwise is sound with light soil & fading inside. 49428-31 JR C&R (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1338

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1339

*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 29 DA MAGNUM REVOLVER.

SN S174488. Cal. 44 Magnum. High polished blue finish with 4″ ribbed bbl, red ramp & white outline sights. Frame is 5-screw type with target trigger & hammer and diamond checkered Magnum grips. Accompanied by an orig blue satin lined, hinged lid, black leatherette case with orig screwdriver, cleaning rod with brush & mop. Box is embossed on the lid. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Overall retains about 98% crisp, orig high polish blue with crisp, near new grips. Trigger & hammer retain brilliant case colors. Box is very fine with one slightly scuffed corner and light interior damage from the sights. 49428-29 JR (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1339

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1340

*SMITH & WESSON S FRAME TARGET REVOLVER WITH CHECKERED WALNUT TARGET GRIPS, TARGET SIGHTS.

SN S 99219. Cal. 44 Special. 6-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions, adjustable target sights, matted bbl rib and top strap. Five-screw frame. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 90% blue with only slight muzzle wear on either side and a few small scratches. Bbl address and cal mark is sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl retains 90% blue with slight high edge wear and a very slight drag mark. Chambers are good. Frame retains 90% blue with some minor scratches and high point wear behind hammer. Hammer and trigger retain 95% vivid case color. Grips are very good with sharp checkering, nice medallions, and only slight wear. SN matches on bbl, cyl, and frame. A very fine pre-model 24 large frame S&W revolver. 49583-12 TEP (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1340

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1341

*SMITH & WESSON PRE MODEL 29 44 MAGNUM REVOLVER WITH EXTRA 8-3/8″ BARREL AND SMITH & WESSON SHIPPING BOX.

SN S166051. Cal. .44 MAG. 6-1/2″ bbl (8-3/8″ extra bbl), blue and case colored finish. Checkered Goncalvo Alves target grips with S&W medallions. Adjustable target sights with red insert on front sight. Grooved trigger, checkered wide spur hammer, 5 screw frame, and pinned bbl. Smith & Wesson shipping box from January 1998, when orig bbl was reinstalled. 8-3/8″ bbl has brass insert in front sight. SNs match on orig 6-1/2″ bbl, cyl and frame. No SN on extra bbl. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this revolver is a letter from S&W Historian Roy Jinks confirming all features and showing shipment on June 11th, 1956, to Jurek Brothers Inc., of Greenfield, Mass. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 99% deep blue finish, with slight high point wear on the ejector housing. Sights are very fine. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Bbl and cal markings are sharp and clear. Cyl retains 98% bright blue with slight stains at the front of each chamber and a light drag mark at the rear of the cyl. Chambers are very good. Frame retains 98% bright blue finish with only slight staining behind the hammer and in the center of the S&W logo on the right side. Trigger and hammer retain 98% vivid case color. Grips are very fine with sharp checkering and only miniscule handling marks. A very hard to improve upon early 5 screw frame 44 Magnum S&W Pre-Model 29 revolver. 49583-10 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1341

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1342

*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON S-FRAME DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER PRE MODEL 27.

SN S 83036. Cal. .357 mag. 3-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, Revolver retains 98% blue as refinished after engraving. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Five screw frame with a pinned bbl. Engraving is full coverage on the frame, 50% coverage on the bbl and the cylinder. Engraving is of a scroll pattern and is well executed with a bead border. Smith & Wesson gold inlaid on left side of bbl, S&W .357 Magnum in gold on right side of bbl. S&W monogram gold inlaid on right side of frame, and Spider gold inlaid on bottom of frame in front of trigger guard. Hammer and trigger are machine turned. Grips are very good, with slight compression mark on left and right side. This is a very nice custom S-frame Smith & Wesson. 49428-36 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1342

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1343

*SMITH & WESSON S-FRAME DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER PRE MODEL 27.

SN S 102371. Cal. .357 mag. 3-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent, revolver shows 99% of deep Smith & Wesson blue with only a slight stain on the right side of the front sight. Adjustable rear sights, ramp front sight. Matte top strap and bbl. SN’s match on frame, cylinder and bbl. Five screw frame, pin bbl. Grips are excellent with no marring. An excellent S&W pre model 27 revolver. 49428-32 TEP (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1343

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1344

*SMITH & WESSON S FRAME TARGET REVOLVER WITH SMITH & WESSON BOX, PAPERWORK, AND SCREW DRIVER. RARE 3-1/2″ BARREL.

SN S 138913. Cal. 357 Magnum. 3-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, target sights, matted rib and top strap, checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions. Five-screw frame. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 80% blue with some scratches on bbl. Sight ramp has scratching and staining on either side. Bbl address and cal mark are sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl retains 90% blue with dark blue in flutes, high point wear, and a slight drag mark. Chambers are good. Frame retains 95% blue with slight handling marks and some scratches on trigger guard and behind hammer. Hammer and trigger retain 95% vivid case color. Grips are very good with sharp checkering and nice medallions. SNs on bbl, cyl, frame, and grips all match. Box is very good with correct end label, Kraft wrapping paper, instruction sheet, and screw driver. A very nice S&W 357 Magnum in a rare bbl length. 49428-37 TEP (1,500-2,000) – Lot 1344

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1345
Revised: 10/2/2015

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*FACTORY ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 49 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

SN J836407. Cal. .38 special. 2″ bbl, blue finish. Smooth walnut grips with S&W medallions, class “C” engraved. Pinned bbl frame. CONDITION: 99% blue finish overall with few mars or scratches. Shrouded hammer. Engraving is minimal coverage but very well executed. Strong case hardening on the trigger. Grips are like new. Contained in the original Smith & Wesson blue box with all features listed on the end label. 49433-130 TEP (3,500-5,000) – Lot 1345

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1346

*ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19 REVOLVER.

SN 6K11965. Cal. .357 mag. 2-1/2″ bbl, blue finish. Bone grips. PROVENANCE: Larry Baer Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, revolver retains 98% blue as refinished after engraving. Hammer and trigger are polished bright. Adjustable rear sight, ramp front sight. Engraving is nearly full coverage on the frame and 50% coverage on the bbl, pattern is a tight scroll with bead bordering, very well executed. There is a gold spider inlaid into the frame in front of the trigger guard. Bone grips are fine showing some age checking. Very nice custom .357 revolver. 49428-35 TEP (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1346

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1347

*SMITH & WESSON PRE-MODEL 36 CHIEF SPECIAL DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER WITH “MASS. STATE POLICE” MARKED ON BACKSTRAP.

SN 95071. Cal. .38 Special, 1-7/8″ bbl, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, early pinned bbl flat latch configuration. “MASS. STATE POLICE” rolled engraved on backstrap. SN matches on frame, bbl, cyl, and inside right grip. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 95% bright blue with some plumming of finish. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Cyl retains 95% blue with very little high point wear and slight drag mark. Chambers are good. Frame retains 95% bright blue with slight high point wear and miniscule handling marks. Hammer and trigger retain nearly all of vivid case color. Grips are very fine with sharp checkering and fine Smith & Wesson medallions. A very nice early Chief Special with Mass. State Police association. Merits further research. 49616-5 TEP C&R (800-1,000) – Lot 1347

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1348

*INSCRIBED SMITH & WESSON K-22 MASTERPIECE SECOND MODEL REVOLVER PRESENTED TO T.J.E. KEELER INITIAL PRESIDENT S.S.F.D. IN A VINYL GUN CASE WITH “S.W.C.P.L. 3rd PLACE TEAM” PRINTED ON OUTSIDE.

SN 686500. Cal. 22 LR, 6″ bbl, blue finish, checkered highly figured walnut grips. One of only 1,067 K-22s made in 1940. Short action, micrometer click sight, Patridge front sight. SNs match on bbl, cyl, and frame. Inscribed on bbl “PRESENTED TO T.J.E. KEELER INITIAL PRESIDENT S.S.F.D.” S.S.F.D. stands for South Salem Fire Department. South Salem is in New York near Connecticut line. Vinyl case is marked “S.W.C.P.L.” which stands South West Connecticut Pistol League. Timothy J.E. Keeler was president of the S.S.F.D. 1938-1939. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this revolver is a letter from Smith & Wesson historian Roy Jinks confirming bbl length, finish, cal, and grips. Showing a single-gun shipment to Stoeger Arms Co., New York City on May 15, 1940. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl shows considerable bright blue finish with minor muzzle wear and slight touch-up near inscription. Front sight has some touch-up. Bbl address is sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Cyl shows a considerable amount of blue with some high point wear and slight drag mark. Chambers are very good. Frame shows most of blue finish with some high point wear. Hammer and trigger show partial case color finish. Grips are very good with sharp checkering and fine S&W medallions. 49583-8 TEP C&R (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1348

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1349

*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 17-4 “K” FRAME DOUBLE ACTION TARGET REVOLVER.

SN 99K2987. Cal. 22 LR. 6″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut grips with medallions. Target sights. SN on frame and crane match. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains 90% blue with some fading to plum, slight muzzle wear with a little touch-up. Bbl address is sharp. Cal. marking is sharp. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Cylinder retains 60% dulling blue with stains and a slight drag mark, chambers are good. Frame retains 90% blue with some plum patina blending in. Hammer and trigger retain 90% case color, hammer has slight scratch. Grips are very good with slight wear. A nice “K” frame .22 for a target shooter. 49183-29 TEP (300-500) – Lot 1349

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1350

REMINGTON DOUBLE DERRINGER.

SN 693. Cal. 41 RF 3” bbls, nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: Very good. Pistol retains 80% nickel finish with some frosting and slight muzzle wear on left side. Bores are dark. Hinge is intact. 20% blue on small parts with some fire blue on side of hammer. Grips are good with high-point wear on both sides. Made 1888-1911. Very nice representative example. 49468-4 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1350

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1351

*REMINGTON TYPE 3 OVER AND UNDER DERRINGER.

SN 40. Cal. .41 RF. 3″ bbls, nickel finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. With five full boxes of .41 rim fire ammunition. PROVENANCE: Wm. West Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine, pistol retains 95% nickel finish with some staining on the upper bbl and rib. Hinge is intact. Fire blue on trigger screw, trigger, extractor and bbl latch 90%. Grips are fine with few mars. Bores are excellent. This is a late model Remington Derringer which was made between 1912 and 1935. It is in extremely fine condition. 49478-6 TEP C&R (500-800) – Lot 1351

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1352

SCARCE REMINGTON MODEL 1875 GRADE 5 HAMMER GUN.

SN 17. 12 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-1/2″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Full length twist steel Damascus rib with extremely rare rib marking “E. REMINGTON & SONS NEW YORK & LONDON”, steel front bead. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. 14-3/8″ LOP over lightly engraved full steel buttplate with widow’s peak. English grip with long trigger guard tang, 2-point mullered border checkering with teardrops behind lockplates. Splinter forearm with Deeley release and nearly full coverage 2-point checkering and beautifully fully engraved steel forend tip. Receiver scroll engraved. Both lockplates marked “E REMINGTON & SONS”. Bottom of frame with scroll and diamond and triangular pattern. Trigger guard bow and tang with scroll engraving and leaf pattern. Bottom of frame also nicely engraved with zig-zag pattern at scallops. This exact gun pictured in Volume 17, issue 3 of Double Gun Journal pages 79-87 in an article entitled “New York and London, Remington Whitmore Model 1875” written and photographed by the late Remington expert Chalres Semmer. Weight: 7 lb 1 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 80% laminated twist pattern, with a few dents and scratches. Receiver retains traces of orig case color. Trigger and buttplate retain 35-45% of their orig high polished blue. Stock and forearm are excellent with light handling marks and scratches and retain 90-95% of their orig varnish. Outsides of hammers appear blued, though tops are clearly case colored. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with scattered frosting. An extremely rare high grade Remington hammer gun. 49531-65 JSL116 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1352

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1353

SCARCE GRADE 4 REMINGTON MODEL 1878 HAMMER GUN.

SN 618. 10 Ga. 32″ Damascus bbls. 3″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Damascus top rib marked “E REMINGTON & SONS ILION NY” with steel front bead and doll’s head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Nicely figured English grip stock with 13-3/4″ LOP over unengraved full steel buttplate. Buttstock with long trigger guard tang in classic 2-point checkering. Splinter forearm with 4-point checkering and horn teardrop tip with wedge forend fastener. Receiver lightly scroll engraved, as is first inch of top rib, top lever, trigger guard and bottom of frame. Frame scallops also beautifully engraved in geometric designs and zig-zag borders. Hammers also lightly scroll engraved. Weight: 9 lb 14 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain 95-98% professionally restored Damascus pattern with light handling marks. Receiver, trigger guard, buttplate and top lever have all turned mostly gray with minor darkened spots. Buttstock and forend retain nearly all finely restored finish, checkering expertly recut. Mechanics are excellent. Bores shiny with scattered pitting. 49531-63 JSL117 (1,250-2,250) – Lot 1353

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1354

RARE REMINGTON WHITMORE GRADE 5 HAMMER GUN.

SN 1801. 10 Ga. 28″ Damascus bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: IMP CYL/IMP CYL. Damascus top rib with steel front bead, marked “E REMINGTON & SONS ILION NY”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Beautiful Creedmore gripped buttstock with 13-15/16″ LOP over beautiful checkered buttplate with engraved screw heads. Creedmore grip with horn inlay. Splinter forend with wedge fastener with horn tip, checkered in 4-point checkering pattern. Buttstock checkered in 3-point pattern. Receiver finely engraved, left side with deer and scroll engraving, right side with bedded deer in field scene and scroll engraving. Frame and trigger guard are also nicely scroll engraved with some floral pattern and scallops in borders. Top lever is beautifully scroll engraved, as are all screw heads. This exact gun featured in Volume 13, issue 2, of The Double Gun Journal, page 135-140 in an article titled “Remington Model 1875, Grade 5” written and photographed by late Remington expert Charles Semmer. Weight: 8 lb 2 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain most of a restored finish by Keith Kearcher. Receiver retains approx 35-40% orig case color, stronger on right, particularly vivid on top lever, toning on bottom and trigger guard. Stock are excellent and retain 95% factory hand rubbed varnish. Checkering is sharp with various minor handling marks. Mechanics are good. Bores are very good with scattered minor pits. 49531-66 JSL127 (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1354

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1355

SCARCE GRADE 4 REMINGTON WHITMORE.

SN 2335. 10 Ga. 30″ laminated steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Full length laminated steel top rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON & SONS, ILION NY.” Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Flame grain American walnut stock with beautiful ball grip and 14″ LOP over full steel buttplate. Splinter forearm with 2-point checkering pattern and wedge fastener with horn forend tip. Buttstock beautifully checkered around ball grip in 2-point pattern. Lockplates and frame are tastefully light scroll engraved with well executed shading in fine border patterns throughout. Trigger guard with a burst of scroll on bow and at back of tang. Screw heads engraved in floral patterns, except for hammer screws and buttplate screws which are unengraved. Weight: 8 lb 7 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain most of a restored laminated pattern with a few light scratches and handling marks. Receiver has turned mostly gray with traces of case color and minor areas of staining. Trigger guard retains approx 80% of an older restored blue, starting to tone and fade. Buttstock and forearm retain nearly all of what is likely a restored finish, though could be original, checkering is crisp. Buttplate has toned gray with handling marks and minor staining. Mechanics are excellent. Bores bright and shiny with a few scattered pits. Overall a rare high grade Remington hammer gun. 49531-61 JSL130 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1355

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1356
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: Typographical Error. Should read 2 3/4″ chamber not 2 1/4″.

HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION REMINGTON MODEL 1882 HAMMER GUN.

SN 4673. 10 Ga. 30″ laminated steel bbls. 2-1/4″ chambers. Choked: FULL/FULL. Full length laminated steel rib with brass front bead, marked “E. REMINGTON & SONS ILION, N.Y” with doll’s head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with 14″ LOP over full steel buttplate. Buttstock checkered in classic 2-point pattern. Splinter forearm with Deeley release and teardrop ebony tip, checkered in 2-point pattern. Completely unmarked frame is case hardened. According to our consignor’s notes, this is a Grade 2 though the water table is not marked as to grade. Weight: 8 lb 13 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain nearly all of their high orig contrast black and white laminated patterns with a few light handling marks and light muzzle wear. Receiver retains 85-90% org case color, starting to tone on bottom and high points. Trigger guard retains 40-50% orig case color, mostly toned but still present and visible. Forearm metal shows traces of orig case color. Top lever retains nearly all of its orig case color, just starting to tone. Buttstock and forearm retain most of their orig varnish. Checkering is sharp throughout with a few handling marks. Buttplate has turned gray. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with minor orange peel. A rare Remington in this condition. 49531-62 JSL151 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1356

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1357

REMINGTON MODEL 1883 GRADE 3 HAMMER GUN.

SN 64129. 12 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: CYL/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA” with dolls head extension. Grade marked on water table along with SN. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14-1/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forend and buttstock. Checkered in 2-point pattern. Forend with horn teardrop tip. Sideplates marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” in front of lockplate. Straight top lever. Weight: 8 lb 6 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very good. Damascus bbls retain 85% nicely contracted pattern. Receiver retains 35-40% orig case colors, stronger on right side and top. Trigger guard and forend iron have turned gray. Stocks are sound and retain 90% plus of what could be their orig varnish or an old refinish. Mechanics are good. Hammers and triggers slightly gummed and would benefit from a gentle cleaning. Bores are excellent, mostly bright and shiny with a few scattered light pits. 49531-53 JSL104 (800-1,200) – Lot 1357

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1358

EXTREMELY REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 7 HAMMER GUN.

SN 61488. 12 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-5/8″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead with doll’s head extension, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Capped full pistol grip buttstock with 13-9/16″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered butt. Buttstock is beautiful high contrast stump walnut with great grain and fiddle back. Extremely finely checkered with 4-point checkering on sides and an extremely fine (32 lines per inch?) panel on top of grip and an arrow carved at back of lockplates. Receiver is finely engraved with 2 birds in woods scene on left lock surrounded by light scroll and border engraving, 2 woodcock on right, also surrounded by some scroll and border engraving. Hammers are lightly engraved. Bottom of frame lightly scroll and border engraved. Trigger guard bow with Setter and dead bird in his mouth in game scene surrounded by scroll. Splinter forearm with Deeley release and two level horn teardrop tip, is extremely finely checkered, near full coverage, with a panel of 32 LPI checkering near frame with perfectly cut ribbon border. Weight: 7 lb 9 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain 75% toning Damascus pattern with minor staining and handling marks. Receiver retains 25-35% orig case color, though mostly toned gray, however bold and vivid under top lever and under trigger guard. Buttstock and forend are very good and retain 95% hand rubbed finish, checkering is crisp with light wear. According to Andy Anderson’s notes, this is one of only four Grade 7 1889’s known. 49531-47 JSL128 (6,000-10,000) – Lot 1358

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1359

*RARE REMINGTON MODEL 1889 GRADE 5 HAMMER GUN.

SN 220250. 12 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-5/8″ chambers. Choked: SKEET/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA” with dolls head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14-3/16″ LOP over Remington Arms Co checkered and monogrammed buttplate. Splinter forend with horn teardrop tip. Buttstock with standard 2-point checkering. Forend with approx 75% checkering coverage. Receiver engraved with well cut scroll engraving on lockplate and bottom of frame. Bbl bolsters, top of frame and top lever all lightly engraved with floral and geometric designed. Water table marked with SN and “5” indicating this is a Grade 5 gun. Hammers also lightly scroll engraved with geometric designs on top. Weight: 7 lb 4 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain nearly all of their deep black dark contrast Damascus pattern. Receiver retains approx 60% orig case color which is bold and vivid on lockplate and on top and toned at bottom of frame and on trigger guard and forearm iron. Buttstock and forearm retain approx 95% of their orig hand rubbed varnish with various light dents and scratches and one small gouge on bottom of stock. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with scattered pitting in right tube, light frosting in left. This is an extremely rare high condition 1889 that would be very difficult to improve upon. 49531-48 JSL107 (3,500-5,500) – Lot 1359

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1360

EXCEPTIONALLY FINE HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 1 HAMMER GUN.

SN 211655. 12 Ga. 28″ Decarbonized steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: IMP MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO / ILION NY USA” with dolls head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Water table marked with SN and grade marking. Full pistol grip stock, checkered in classic 2-point checkering, with 13-3/4″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forend checkered in classic 2-point pattern with horn teardrop tip. Straight top lever. Sideplates marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both right and left sides. Weight: 7 lb 2 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain 90-95% orig bbl blue with minor light handling marks and scratches and one small dent towards muzzle on left side. Receiver retains 90% dark bold orig case color, just starting to tone on bottom of frame. Forearm iron and trigger guard bow retain approx 75-80% bright orig case color. Trigger guard tang starting to tone with light staining. Buttstock and forend retain 90-95% orig varnish. Checkering is sharp throughout with exception of a few diamonds on left grip. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny. Not a rare gun in this configuration but exceedingly rare in this condition. 49531-52 JSL110 C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1360

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1361

SCARCE REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 2 16 GA HAMMER GUN.

SN 37951. 16 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-1/2″ chambers. Choked: IMP CYL/IMP CYL. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION, NY USA”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Beautifully figured round knob full pistol grip buttstock, 14-1/8″ LOP over orig Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered buttplate. Classic 2-point checkered buttstock and forend with horn tip and Deeley latch. Bbls appear to be high grade Bernard Steel pattern. Unengraved receiver marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both lockplates. Weight: 7 lb 11 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain approx 80-95% Damascus pattern just starting to tone. Receiver retains approx 35% orig case color, toned at front of frame and on bottom. Trigger guard has turned gray. Stock and forend are beautiful and retain approx 80-95% orig varnish with light handling marks. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with minute areas of frosting. Overall a really rare and neat Remington small bore hammer gun. 49531-51 JSL101 C&R (2,500-3,500) – Lot 1361

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1362

*SCARCE REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 1 16 GA HAMMER GUN.

SN 256394. 16 Ga. 30″ Decarbonized steel bbls. 2-5/8″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead and doll’s head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with 14-1/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forend with Deeley latch and 2-point checkering and horn teardrop tip. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering. Receiver is unengraved and stamped “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both right and left sides. Straight top lever. Weight: 7 lb 14 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 85% orig blue, slightly toned at forearm, minor corrosion, with a few minor light handling marks and a dent or two. Receiver retains 50% orig case color, starting to tone on bottom of frame, bright and vivid on sidelock and on top. Trigger guard and forearm have toned to gray. Buttstock and forearm retain 90% orig varnish with scattered light handling marks and scratches with two or three light gouges on left side of stock but overall excellent. Mechanics are excellent. Brilliant shiny bores. 49531-44 JSL139 C&R (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1362

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1363

RARE REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 4 HAMMER GUN.

SN 37775. 12 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-1/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA” with dolls head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Round knob pistol grip stock with 13-1/4″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered buttplate. Stocks checkered in classic 2-point pattern. Splinter forend with teardrop horn tip. Lock plates lightly engraved with border engraving and scroll and marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO”. Screw heads and hinge pin are engraved and border pattern engraved throughout. Trigger guard with burst of scroll on bow. Forearm iron lightly engraved. Weight: 7 lb 7 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 65-70% orig contrast Damascus pattern starting to lighten and tone with minor staining, particularly in grip area and around forearm but still mostly present. Receiver retains 30% orig case hardening, mostly present on lockplate and top of frame, bold and vivid on top lever and near hammer. Bottom and front of frame,forearm iron, and trigger guard toned to gray. Buttstock and forearm in very good orig condition, retaining 85% of their orig varnish with various light handling marks and scratches. Mechanics are crisp. Bores bright and shiny. These Graded 1889’s are hard to find in almost any condition. 49531-49 JSL105 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1363

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1364

BEAUTIFUL HIGH CONDITION REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 2 HAMMER GUN.

SN 64543. 12 Ga. 30″ laminated steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choke: MOD/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead, faintly marked (obscured by matting) “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, ejectors, no safety. Full pistol grip stock with 13-7/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co hard rubber monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forearm with Deeley release with 2-point checkering pattern and horn teardrop tip. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering. Unengraved receiver with “REMINGTON ARMS CO” stamped on both right and left sides. Weight: 7 lb 8 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain 95-98% bold contrast laminated pattern. Receiver retains 75-80% beautiful case hardened finish. Trigger guard bow and tang retain nearly all of their orig case hardening, starting to tone. Forearm iron retains 35-40% orig case color. Buttstock and forearm retain 90-95% orig varnish with handling marks throughout, a few deeper scratches and finish loss on left side of buttstock. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with a few scattered pits. 49531-69 JSL121 (1,750-2,750) – Lot 1364

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1365

*HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION REMINGTON 1889 HAMMER GUN.

SN 239182. 12 Ga. 30″ Decarbonized fluid steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO / ILION, NY USA”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Pistol grip buttstock with 13-5/8″ LOP over replacement Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered buttplate. Splinter forearm checkered in 2-point checkering with teardrop horn tip. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering. Weight: 7 lb 6 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain approx 85-90% beautiful orig bbl blue with a few minor handling marks and a small patch of corrosion on right tube. Receiver retains approx 85% bright orig case color, toned towards bottom of frame with an area of staining on left side. Trigger guard bow and forearm iron retain 75% orig case color just starting to tone, trigger guard tang having toned silver. Top lever and top of frame have brilliant case color. Buttstock and forearm retain approx 90-95% orig varnish with a few light hunting marks and scratches throughout. Buttplate, as noted above, is excellent, though screws may also be replacements. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny. A beautiful high condition 1889. 49531-45 JSL108 C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1365

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1366

REMINGTON MODEL 1889 GRADE 2 HAMMER GUN.

SN 207856. 12 Ga. 30″ laminated steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO / ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Water table marked with grade and SN. Full pistol grip stock with 14-3/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered hard rubber buttplate. Buttstock with beautiful figure and fiddle back. Checkered in classic 2-point checkering. Splinter forend with horn teardrop tip, checkered with 2-point checkering. Receiver marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both right and left sides. Weight: 7 lb 12 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 75% contrast laminated pattern, starting to tone and fade at forearm with scattered light staining and handling marks. Receiver retains approx 45% orig case color, particularly strong on top and lockplates, faded on bottom. Trigger guard and forearm iron have turned mostly gray. Buttstock and forearm retains approx 95% of their orig hand rubbed finish with various light handling marks and scratches. Mechanics are excellent. Bright and shiny bores with a scattered pit or two. Left tube with minor bulge in front of chamber area, though barely visible. 49531-46 JSL109 (1,250-2,250) – Lot 1366

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1367

*BEAUTIFUL HIGH CONDITION REMINGTON 1894 AE 12 GA.

SN 130046. 12 Ga. 26″ Damascus bbls. 3-3/4″ chambers. Choke: IMP CYL/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead faintly marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14-1/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co hard rubber monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forearm with Curtis release with 3-point checkering. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering is nicely figured. Unengraved receiver with “REMINGTON ARMS CO” stamped on both right and left sides. Weight: 6 lb 14 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain 95% bold vivid Damascus pattern with one light patch on bottom of left tube approx 8″ from muzzle and minor bulge in front of chamber in left tube which is nearly imperceptible. Receiver retains 95-98% bold orig case color, just starting to tone on bottom of frame. Trigger guard bow and forend iron retain most of their orig case color, just starting to tone. Trigger guard tang and top tang with hints of orig case color. Buttstock and forend retain 95% plus orig varnish with light handling marks throughout. Mechanics are excellent. Bores bright and shiny. A super high condition 1894. 49531-73 JSL119 C&R (1,250-2,250) – Lot 1367

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1368

HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION REMINGTON MODEL 1889 GRADE 3 HAMMER GUN.

SN 52941. 12 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA” with dolls head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with 14-1/4″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered hard rubber buttplate. Splinter forend with Deeley latch and horn teardrop tip. Buttstock is checkered in classic 2-point checkering. Receiver marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both lockplates. Straight top lever. Weight: 8 lb 15 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain approx 75-80% vivid Damascus pattern starting to tone near forend with minor stains and handling marks. Receiver retains approx 60% bright orig case colors, particularly strong on lockplates, starting to tone on bottom of frame and top. Trigger guard and forearm iron retain traces of orig case color. Buttstock and forearm retain approx 90% of their orig hand rubbed varnish with various nicks, impressions and handling marks. There is a small old chip at the nose of the comb. Checkering is crisp with light wear throughout. Bores are excellent with light pitting. Mechanics are crisp. 49531-71 JSL113 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1368

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1369

RARE REMINGTON MODEL 1889 GRADE 4 HAMMER GUN.

SN 61236. 12 Ga. 30″ Damascus bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: IMP CYL/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA” with doll’s head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Water table marked with SN and Grade 4 marking. Full pistol grip buttstock with 13-1/2″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered hard rubber buttplate. Buttstock and splinter forend checkered in classic 2-point pattern. Forend with Deeley release and teardrop ebony tip. Receiver nicely border engraved with light scroll engraving and marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both right and left sides, burst of scroll on trigger guard. Frame and hammer screws are engraved. Weight: 8 lb 9 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain 70-75% orig Damascus pattern. Receiver retains 15-20% orig case color, mostly turned gray. Trigger guard and forearm iron have toned. Buttstock is fair with a number of light scratches and gouges, one particularly deep gouge behind pistol grip on bottom left of grip. Forearm with light scratches and handling marks. Checkering is very good with wear. Buttstock retains about half of its orig varnish, starting to darken towards butt. Buttplate is very good. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with a few scattered pits and minor dents throughout. 49531-39 JSL140 (600-1,000) – Lot 1369

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1370

REMINGTON 1889 GRADE 2 HAMMER GUN.

SN 201682. 12 Ga. 28″ twist steel bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO / ILION NY USA” with dolls head extension. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered hard rubber buttplate. Splinter forend and buttstock checkered in classic 2-point checkering. Forend with Deeley latch and horn teardrop tip. Lockplates marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both right and left side. Straight top lever. Weight: 7 lb 11 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain approx 95-98% bold orig vivid twist steel pattern. Receiver retains approx 70-75% bright orig case colors, particular strong on top and sides, starting to tone and turn on bottom of frame. Trigger guard bow and forearm iron retain approx 75% orig case color, starting to tone. Trigger guard tang toned to gray. Buttstock and forearm are excellent and retain 93-95% orig varnish and various light scratches and handling marks throughout, particularly on forearm. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are excellent, bright and shiny with just a hint or two of minute roughness. 49531-70 JSL (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1370

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1371

REMINGTON 1885 GRADE 3 HAMMER GUN.

SN 18740. 10 Ga. 30″ bbls. 3″ chambers. Choked: FULL/FULL. Damascus top rib with steel front bead with 4 holes drilled in top, marked “E REMINGTON & SONS ILION NY”. Double triggers, extractors, no safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14-1/4″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered buttplate. Splinter forearm with Deeley latch and horn tip with teardrop. Buttstock checkered in standard 2-point pattern. Forearm also checkered in 2-point pattern. Receiver with light border and scroll engraving. Burst of scroll on trigger guard. Weight: 8 lb 13 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Fair. Bbls have turned mostly plum. Receiver gray with hints of case color remaining. Buttstock and forearm have been refurbished. Mechanics excellent. Bores are fair with deep pitting throughout. 49531-67 JSL122 (300-500) – Lot 1371

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1372
Revised: 9/18/2015

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SCARCE REMINGTON 1894 DE GRADE KNOWN AS “THE SWAN GUN”.

SN 107965. 12 Ga. 30″ “Legia” pattern Damascus bbls. Choked: MOD/MOD. Flat, matted, and tapered rib with single bead, third bite extension, ejectors and double triggers. Maker’s name and address are on the bbls. Receiver is beautifully engraved with about 70% coverage, extremely fine foliate arabesque patterns with the maker’s name in a ribbon on each side. Floorplate has a wonderful vignette of a swan and mallard, which is where the name of this gun comes from. Wood is streaky marble cake French walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and semi-pistol grip stock with raised spear point checkered side panels and extensive checkering over the wrist and is 14-1/2″ over a Larry Del Grego solid red pad. There is a silver oval initial plate on the bottom. This exact shotgun is pictured on pp. 160/61 in Remington Dbl Shotguns, Semmer. Weight: 7 lbs. 9.7 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Bbls retain 90-95% orig light brown Damascus patterns with light muzzle edge wear, a thin area over the forearm and a couple of minor nicks and dings. Receiver and floorplate retain 60-65% faded case colors, strong in the sheltered areas, with the balance turning silver. Wood is sound with the forearm showing moderate wear and some dark oil staining toward the rear end and a couple of chips from the edges of the bbl channels. Stock has some minor chipping around the receiver and back of the top tang with usual handling and use marks and retains most of fine professionally restored finish. Mechanics are fine. Bright shiny bores with a few scattered spots of pitting. 49531-78 JSL114 C&R (7,500-12,500) – Lot 1372

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1373

*SCARCE REMINGTON 1894 CEO 16 GA.

SN 138604. 16 Ga. 30″ bbls. 2-1/2″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP CYL. Full length matted rib, steel front bead, marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO / ILION NY USA / ORDNANCE”. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Beautifully figured full pistol grip buttstock with 14-3/16″ LOP over modern Decelerator pad with nickel shield in stock. Splinter forearm with Curtis button forearm opener, checkered in 2-point pattern. Buttstock checkered in classic 3-point pattern as typically found on C grade Remington. Receiver nicely scroll engraved with Remington Arms Co in a beautiful banner across both sides, surrounded by scroll. Bottom of receiver and trigger guard are nicely scroll engraved. Forearm iron is also nicely scroll engraved. Screw heads engraved in floral pattern. Weight: 7 lb 6 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 95% factory blue. Receiver retains approx 40% orig case color, starting to tone throughout. Top lever and trigger guard retain most of their orig high polished blue. Buttstock and forearm with various light handling marks and scratches, retain most of their orig hand rubbed finish. Mechanics are excellent. Brilliant shiny bores. Really a scarce gun in this bore and bbl length. 49531-72 JSL126 C&R (4,000-7,000) – Lot 1373

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1374

*BEAUTIFUL REMINGTON 1894 CE GRADE.

SN 123180. 12 Ga. 30″ American Flag Bunting Damascus bbls. 3″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead. Tops of bbls marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with silver shield with 14″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered butt. Beautiful straight grain walnut with 3-point checkering. Splinter forend with Curtis release, checkered in standard 2-point pattern. Receiver lightly engraved in traditional C grade pattern with burst of scroll and marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO” on both sides. Bottom of frame lightly scroll engraved. Trigger guard bow lightly scroll engraved with zig-zag pattern. Most screw heads engraved in floral pattern. Weight: 8 lb 4 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 95-98% beautiful contrast Stars and Stripes pattern. Receiver retains 60-70% orig case color, starting to tone and fade. Trigger guard retains around half its orig blue, toned at tang. Forearm iron has toned. Buttstock and forearm with various light marks and scratches throughout, retains 95% hand rubbed oil finish. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny, chambers having been lengthened. Just a gorgeous high grade Remington that has been used but taken care of. 49531-74 JSL124 C&R (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1374

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1375

*SCARCE REMINGTON 1894 CE GRADE.

SN 135967. 10 Ga. 32″ American flag Bunting Damascus patterned bbls. 2-7/8″ chambers. Choked: FULL/MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with 14-1/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co monogrammed and checkered butt. Buttstock with silver oval, checkered in 3-point pattern. Curtis style forend checkered in 3-point pattern with light scroll engraving on forearm iron. Receiver scroll engraved with Remington Arms Co in a nicely engraved banner on both sides. Bottom of frame with several bursts of scroll. Trigger guard bow scroll engraved, as is top lever. Weight: 10 lb 3 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 95% dark brown and black contrasted beautiful stars & stripes Damascus pattern. Receiver retains 30% light orig case colors, mostly on sides, having toned elsewhere. Buttstock and forend have been expertly refinished and retain 95-98% of their beautiful hand rubbed oil finish with light handling marks throughout and light losses near top tang. Ejectors need slight adjustment, otherwise mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny with light frosting. 49531-75 JSL115 (2,250-4,000) – Lot 1375

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1376
Revised: 10/1/2015

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*NEAR MINT REMINGTON 1894 AE GRADE.

SN 130485. 12 Ga. 28″ Damascus bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choke: IMP CYL/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead faintly marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14-1/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co hard rubber monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forearm with Curtis release with 3-point checkering. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering pattern. Unengraved receiver with “REMINGTON ARMS CO” stamped on both right and left sides. Weight: 6 lb 12 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extraordinarily fine. Bbls retain nearly all of their bold orig Damascus pattern, just starting to tone, with a few light handling marks. Receiver retains 98-99% bright orig case color, just starting to tone with minute high point edge wear. Trigger guard bow and tang retain nearly all their orig case color. Forearm iron with traces of orig case color. Stocks are sound and retain 95-98% bright orig varnish with light handling marks throughout. Mechanics are excellent. Brilliant shiny bores. A beautiful near mint gun. 49531-77 JSL120 C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1376

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1377

*REMINGTON 1894 AE GRADE 16 GA.

SN 115398. 16 Ga. 30″ Damascus bbls. 2-1/2″ chambers. Choke: MOD/FULL. Full length matted rib with steel front bead faintly marked, hidden by rib matting, “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA”. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14″ LOP over Remington Arms Co hard rubber monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forearm with Curtis release with 3-point checkering. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering. Unengraved receiver with “REMINGTON ARMS CO” stamped on both right and left sides. Weight: 6 lb 15 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 90-95% dark contrast Damascus pattern with scattered light staining and handling marks. Receiver retains 75-80% beautiful orig case colors, starting to tone on bottom of frame. Trigger guard and forearm iron retain traces of orig case colors. Buttstock and forearm retain 95-98% orig varnish. Forearm with minute losses on sides near frame. Several screws lightly turned. Buttplate is excellent. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny. 49531-76 JSL125 C&R (1,250-2,250) – Lot 1377

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1378

*HIGH CONDITION REMINGTON 1894 A GRADE.

SN 119064. 12 Ga. 30″ Damascus bbls. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choke: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO ILION NY USA” hidden by matting. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip stock with 14-1/8″ LOP over Remington Arms Co hard rubber monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forearm with Curtis release with 3-point checkering. Buttstock with classic 2-point checkering. Unengraved receiver with “REMINGTON ARMS CO” stamped on both right and left sides. Weight: 7 lb 4 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbls retain nearly all of their dark contrast Damascus pattern with a couple of light pings. Receiver retains 80-85% bright orig case color, starting to tone on bottom of frame and high points. Trigger guard bow retains hints of orig case color, tang having turned silver. Forearm iron with traces of orig case color. Buttstock and forearm retain 95% orig varnish with scattered handling marks and scratches. Forearm with minor chip on left side and small dent in checkering on right side, otherwise checkering is strong and sharp throughout. Mechanics are excellent. Bores are bright and shiny. 49531-79 JSL123 C&R (800-1,200) – Lot 1378

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1379

*REMINGTON MODEL 1900 K GRADE 16 GA.

SN 311587. 16 Ga. 28″ bbls. 2-1/2″ chambers. Choked: MOD/IMP MOD. Full length matted rib with steel front bead. Marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, NY USA”. Double triggers, extractors, automatic safety. Round knob semi-pistol grip buttstock with 14-1/4″ LOP over Remington monogrammed and checkered butt. Splinter forend. Box lock action. Buttstock and forend with 3-point checkering. Sides of frame marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO”. Weight: 6 lb 6 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 85-90% orig bbl blue with light handling marks and minor staining and toning. Receiver retains 35% orig case color, faded towards front of frame and bottom. Trigger guard has gone mostly gray. Buttstock and forend are very good with minor handling marks and hunting bumps and retain approx 85-90% orig varnish with minor losses. A tiny sliver of wood is missing from the forearm on the right side at frame. Mechanics are excellent. Bore is bright and shiny with light frosting. 49531-64 JSL103 C&R (750-1,250) – Lot 1379

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1380

*REMINGTON 1900 KED GRADE SIDE-BY-SIDE SHOTGUN.

SN 345740. 12 Ga. 30″ Damascus steel bbl, matted tapered rib with steel front bead. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: MOD/MOD. Ejectors and double triggers. Standard 1900 receiver with no engraving and marked “Remington Arms Co.” on each side. Mounted with straight grain walnut, checkered semi-pistol grip, Remington hard rubber buttplate and checkered splinter forend. LOP 14-1/2″. Weight: 7 lbs. 11 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Extremely fine, gun appears to be test fired only since restoration. Bbls retain virtually all their fine restored Damascus pattern with only a couple minor handling marks with a minor dent about 6″ from muzzle on left bbl. Receiver retains virtually all its restored case colors with a few minor handling marks. Stock is sound with crisp checkering, some minor nicks and dings and retains most of its restored finish. Forend is sound with crisp checkering, a few minor nicks and scratches and retains most of its restored finish. Mechanics are crisp with automatic safety, strong ejectors and bores are lightly frosted with a couple minor shallow pits. 49531-68 JSL118 C&R (200-400) – Lot 1380

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1381

*REMINGTON MODEL 32 TRAP GUN.

SN 4227. Cal. 12 Ga. 30″ bbl. 2-3/4″ chambers. Choked: IMP MOD/MOD. Full length low profile ventilated rib with “certifiable pre-ban ivory” mid-bead and synthetic front sight. Single selective trigger, automatic ejectors, with safety that is currently frozen. Capped full pistol grip slight Monte Carlo stock with 14-1/8″ LOP over white lined Pachmayr pad with extra white spacer. Gold shield in stock with initials “ACS” with light scroll engraving and border engraved. Trap forend with 5-point checkering. Buttstock with 3-point checkering and checkered side panels. Both sides of receiver roll stamped. Left with Pointer in field, right with Setter in field. Bottom of frame marked “REMINGTON / MODEL 32”. Weight: 8 lb 14 oz. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Robert Burg. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Excellent, as partially refurbished. Bbls retain 95% plus of what appears to be their orig bbl blue. Frame retains most of what appears to be its orig blued finish. Buttstock and forearm with minor handling marks, retains nearly all professional refurbished finish. There is a minor grain check behind top tang and in back of trigger guard, otherwise stocks show a beautiful fiddle back figure. Mechanics are fine, safety as noted. Bores are bright and shiny. 49503-46 JSL93 C&R; IVORY (2,500-4,500) – Lot 1381

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1382

*REMINGTON MODEL 1100 – SD GRADE F FOUR GUN SKEET SET.

SN M-002341-V/ M-002342-X/ M-002344-H/ M-002343-J. Cal. 12, 20, 28, and .410 ga. These four guns with ventilated ribs, have 25″ or 25-1/2″ bbls, and are factory engraved with large scrolled acanthus on actions, and 2″ onto bbls. Left sides are engraved “Matched Set of 4” “Remington MODEL 1100 – SD” and with SNs. All four are stocked with nicely figured American walnut, and have black “Old English” pads over 1/4″ spacers. Hand cut checkering is in modified fleur-di-lis style, with broad mullered borders. Matching figured forends have central checkered diamonds separated by mullered borders. 12 ga.: Bore diameter: .727. Bore restrictions: .008. Drop at heel: 1-3/4″, drop at comb: 1-1/2″. Weight: 8 lbs. 3 oz, LOP 13-3/4″. 20 ga.: Bore diameter: .616. Bore restrictions: .005. Drop at heel: 1-13/16″, drop at comb: 1-5/16″. Weight: 7 lbs. 14 oz, LOP 13-7/8″ (no spacer). 28 ga.: Bore diameter: .544. Bore restrictions: .007. Drop at heel: 1-3/4″, drop at comb: 1-5/16″. Weight: 7 lbs. 3 oz, LOP 14″. .410: Bore diameter at muzzle: .401. Drop at heel: 1-3/4″, drop at comb: 1-5/16″. Weight: 7 lbs. 8 oz, LOP 14″. CONDITION: Excellent, showing moderate use, with numerous marks in orig finish of metal and wood. Spacers are crudely fitted. 12 ga bbl has been ported. 28 ga gun has minor crack at toe. 49417-38 MGM93 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 1382

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1383
Revised: 9/18/2015

Please Note: Correct Serial Numbers are SN: S-350626V/S-350627X/S-350628J/S-350629H.

*REMINGTON 870-SD FOUR GUN SET.

SN 350626V/350627X/350628J/350629H. Cal. 12 GA, 20 GA, 28 GA, .410 GA. Full length low profile ventilated and matted rib with steel mid beads with white plastic front beads. Capped full pistol grip buttstock checkered in three point pattern with gold shields near toe and white lined Remington black plastic buttplates. Forearms are nicely checkered in near full coverage pattern with ribbon and diamond in center. Receivers are lightly scroll engraved as are breech end of bbls and trigger guard bows. CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining most original metal finish with light handling marks in stock, 20 GA gun with several divots towards toe otherwise they are very nice. 49417-39 JSL235 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 1383

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1384

*REMINGTON MODEL 1100 CUSTOM ENGRAVED.

SN R095258K. Cal. 20 Ga. 26″ bbl with vent rib, 2-3/4″ chamber white plastic front bead, steel mid-bead. Receiver nicely engraved with scroll and 2 quail on left and scroll and 2 pheasants on right, marked “SKEET” on right side. Forend with diamond checkering pattern. Buttstock with typical Remington Model 1100 checkering in fancy American walnut with high gloss finish. LOP 14-3/8″ over red “KICK-EEZ” pad. Full pistol grip stock. One choke tube included. Weight 7 lbs. 8 oz. CONDITION: Excellent near new as customized. Bbl retains 97-98% blue. Buttstock and forend show beautiful high gloss finish, retaining 98-99%. Frame is excellent. 49323-3 JSL5 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1384

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1385

*BEAUTIFUL REMINGTON 11-48 CUSTOM .410 GAUGE.

SN 4135868. .410 ga. 25″ bbls. 3″ chambers. CHOKED: Full. Full length matted ventilated rib with “certifiable pre-ban ivory” mid bead and florescent front bead. Capped full pistol grip buttstock checkered in 3-pt pattern with 14-3/8″ LOP over white lined Fajen buttplate. Forearm checkered and 2-pt diamond pattern on sides. Receiver is scroll and game scene engraved with ducks in marsh scene on left and right surrounded by scroll, three silver ducks on left, two silver ducks on right. Trigger guard bow engraved “REED” in script surrounded by light scroll. WEIGHT: 6 lbs. 10 oz. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Excellent as customized. Bbl retains 95-97% of its custom blued finish. Buttstock and forearm have a couple of light handling marks, retain most of their custom hand rubbed finish. Receiver is excellent and retains most of its custom blue finish. Mechanics are crisp. Bright, shiny bore. 49527-8 JSL267 IVORY (2,000-3,000) – Lot 1385

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1386

*BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM GOLD ENCRUSTED REMINGTON MODEL 31.

SN 20534. Cal. 12 Ga. 30″ bbl. Choked: MOD. Full length matted ventilated rib with white plastic mid and front bead. Gold plated trigger. Capped pistol grip buttstock checkered in leaf and triangle pattern with LOP of 14-1/2″ over Kick-Eez pad. Forearm near full coverage checkered with ribbon pattern in center. Receiver is nicely gold inlaid throughout with gold pointers and pheasants on left, gold setter, gold pointer, and 3 gold quail on right all surrounded by gold grass, trees, and gold inlay with multi colored gold border pattern. Trigger guard is beautifully gold inlaid with overflowing cornucopia and gold stars on left side. Top of frame gold inlaid in border and scroll pattern. Weight: 8 lbs 12 oz. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Robert Burg. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine as customized. Bbl and receiver retain most of their custom blued finish. Slide retains 80-85% of its custom blued finish. Buttstock and forearm are excellent and retain most of their custom hand rubbed finish. There is a small chunk from bottom of pad. Bore is excellent. Mechanics are crisp. A tastefully appointed custom. 49503-38 JSL292 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1386

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1387

*RARE REMINGTON MODEL 740 FDL SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH RAISED GOLD INLAYS.

SN 57312. Cal. 30-06 22″ bbl, blue finished, checkered extra fancy walnut pistol grip stock with Remington cap. Buttstock has a blank plaque in bottom of stock. Forend is checkered in a diamond pattern. Pachmayr presentation butt pad. Factory engraving by Bob Runge is masterfully executed with three animals inlaid in raised gold on each side of receiver surrounded by full coverage scrollwork. Left side of receiver shows a mountain lion, a moose, and a bear. Right side of receiver shows a big horn sheep, a white tail buck, and an antelope. There is a ram engraved on top of receiver. Breech end of bbl is also engraved. Bottom of receiver, mag, and trigger guard are also engraved in scroll. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Robert Burg. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Bbl retains 98% blue finish turning slightly plum. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Receiver retains 98% blue finish overall with only slight high point wear. Stocks retain nearly all orig varnish finish with only slight handling marks. This is a very fine and extremely rare Remington rifle of the highest grade. 49503-31 TEP (6,000-10,000) – Lot 1387

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1388

*ENGRAVED AND GOLD INLAID REMINGTON MODEL 14 PUMP ACTION RIFLE WITH CHECKERED PISTOL GRIP STOCKS, LYMAN RECEIVER SIGHT AND MARBLES FRONT SIGHT.

SN 110786. Cal .35 Rem 22″ bbl, blue finish, engraved, gold inlaid with a bear surrounded by scroll work on left side of receiver and a deer surrounded by scroll work on right side of receiver. Lyman receiver sight and Marbles front sight. Hard rubber buttplate is marked “BISHOP”. CONDITION: Very fine as professionally refinished. Bbl shows 95% blue turning brown. One sight dovetail has been filled and another has been plugged. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver shows 95% blue turning pleasingly plum, slight scratches and some high point wear. Trigger guard shows 90% blue with a clear Remington UMC Trademark. Engraving is well executed as are the gold inlaid animals. Stocks are very good with some feather grain, checkered pistol grip with black cap. “REED” on cap. Forarm is grooved and checkered and is highly figured. Stocks only show minor handling marks. Very nice gold inlaid engraved Remington Model 14. 49527-10 TEP C&R (1,500-2,500) – Lot 1388

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1389

*FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON MODEL 700 GRADE 4 CUSTOM RIFLE.

SN B6392004. Cal. .7MM Magnum. 24″ bbl, blue finish with gold inlay. Crotch walnut checkered stock. Leupold variable power scope. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 99% blue with slight muzzle wear. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Receiver retains 99% matte blue finish, bolt handle retains 99% blue finish. Bottom metal retains 99% matte blue finish. Stock is highly figured walnut with cheek piece, fleur-de-lis checkering on pistol grip and forend, ebony forend cap, skeletonized pistol grip cap. Black Remington buttpad. Engraving is very high quality, with full coverage on receiver, deer gold inlaid on both sides of the front receiver ring. Scroll engraved at breech of bbl, rear of bolt, bolt handle and scope rings. Bottom metal is scroll engraved with a vignette of a deer gold inlaid on the floor plate. This is a nearly new and is a beautiful rifle. 49394-39 TEP (4,500-6,500) – Lot 1389

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1390
Revised: 9/23/2015

Please Note: Additional Information: Caliber is .22 Long Rifle.

*KIMBER MODEL 82 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE.

SN 3444. 22″ bbl, blue finish. Checkered walnut stock. Leupold 6.5-20x variable power scope. Spare 10 rnd magazine. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine overall, bbl retains 90% blue, with some scratch marks on the right side of bbl and slight muzzle wear. Bore is dark with strong rifling. Receiver retains 95% bright blue, bolt handle retains 90% bright blue. Bottom metal retains 95% bright blue. Scope optics are clear. Stock is in very good condition, checkered pistol grip with steel cap, checkered forend sling swivel studs and checkered steel buttplate. 49291-32 TEP (600-1,000) – Lot 1390

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1391

*INCREDIBLE FACTORY ENGRAVED PRE-PRODUCTION KIMBER OF OREGON M-89 BGR.

SN BGRX 375-1. Cal. .375 H&H. 24-3/4″ bbl. 1/3″ length matted rib with ramp rear sight and blade front sight. Breech end of bbl marked “.375 H&H” and center of bbl marked “KIMBER OF OREGON, INC. CLACKAMUS, OREGON U.S.A.” in script. Double reinforced through bolt stock. Capped pistol grip buttstock, checkered in 2-pt pattern with cheekpiece and 13-3/4″ LOP over Kimber red pad. Gun is set up for sling swivels with Howell mounts present. Forearm with ebony tip checkered in 4-pt pattern. Receiver is beautifully and finely engraved and marked “E.L. PETERS ENGR. / FEGA” under bolt. Breech end of bbl nicely scroll engraved with a well executed bust of scroll. Floor plate is beautifully engraved in scroll with gold inlaid lion in great detail. Trigger guard is nicely scroll engraved as is pistol grip cap with perfectly fitted opener. Bolt is beautifully scroll engraved and checkered in a fine pattern with floral bust at end. This gun is a pre-production executive’s model likely made to show Kimber investors what the product team was working on. WEIGHT: 9 lbs. 12 oz. Accompanied by an extra stock of fine claro walnut. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Extraordinarily fine, near new. May have been test fired but remains in extraordinarily fine condition overall with just a couple of minute handling marks. Extra stock is excellent and near new. Comes in a hard plastic case with foam liner which is very good. 49394-49 JSL301 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1391

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1392

*INCREDIBLE FACTORY ENGRAVED PRE-PRODUCTION KIMBER OF OREGON M-89 BGR.

SN BGRX 300-1. Cal. .300 Win. 25-3/4″ bbl. No sights installed, set up w/ Kimber scope rings. Breech end of bbl marked “.300 WIN” and center of bbl marked “KIMBER OF OREGON, INC. CLACKAMUS, OREGON U.S.A.”. Capped pistol grip buttstock, checkered in 6-pt pattern with cheekpiece and 13-1/2″ LOP over Pachmayr Old English pad. Gun is set up for sling swivels with Howell mounts present. Forearm with ebony tip checkered in 8-pt pattern. Receiver is beautifully and finely engraved and marked “E.L. PETERS ENGR. / FEGA” under bolt. Breech end of bbl nicely scroll engraved with a well executed bust of scroll. Floor plate is beautifully engraved in scroll with gold inlaid bear in great detail catching a salmon in mountain and stream scene. Trigger guard is nicely scroll engraved as is pistol grip cap. Bolt is beautifully scroll engraved and checkered in a fine pattern with floral bust at end. Comes in a hard plastic case with foam liner which is very good. Safety with gold “F” inlaid in front. This gun is a pre-production executive’s model likely made to show Kimber investors what the product team was working on. WEIGHT: 7 lbs. 15 oz. Accompanied by an extra stock of AAA claro walnut. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Extraordinarily fine, near new. May have been test fired but remains in extraordinarily fine condition overall with just a couple of minute handling marks. Extra stock is excellent and near new. Comes in a hard plastic case with foam liner which is very good. Mechanics are crisp. Brilliant shiny bore. 49394-48 JSL300 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1392

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1393

*INCREDIBLE FACTORY ENGRAVED PRE-PRODUCTION KIMBER OF OREGON M-89 BGR.

SN BGRX 270-1. Cal. .270 Win. 22-3/4″ bbl. No sights installed though set up for scope W/ Kimber rings. Breech end of bbl marked “.270 WIN” and center of bbl marked “KIMBER OF OREGON, INC. CLACKAMUS, OREGON. U.S.A.”. Capped pistol grip buttstock, checkered in 6-pt pattern with cheekpiece and 13-3/4″ LOP over London guns red pad. Gun is set up for sling swivels with Howell mounts present. Forearm with ebony tip checkered in 8-pt pattern. Receiver is beautifully and finely scroll engraved and marked “E.L. PETERS ENGR. / FEGA” under bolt. Floor plate is beautifully engraved in scroll with gold inlaid white tail buck in wood scene. Trigger guard is nicely scroll engraved as is pistol grip cap. Bolt is beautifully scroll engraved and checkered in a fine pattern with floral bust at end. Safety with gold “F” inlaid in front. This gun is a pre-production executive’s model likely made to show Kimber investors what the product team was working on. WEIGHT: 7 lbs. 7 oz. Accompanied by an extra stock of AAA claro walnut. PROVENANCE: William Henkel Collection. CONDITION: Extraordinarily fine, near new. May have been test fired but remains in extraordinarily fine condition overall with just a couple of minute handling marks. Extra stock is excellent and near new. Comes in a hard plastic case with foam liner which is very good. Mechanics are crisp. Bright and shiny bore. 49394-50 JSL302 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 1393

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1394

*DAKOTA AFRICAN GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH QUICK DETACH SCOPE MOUNTS AND DAKOTA ARMS PAPERWORK.

SN R0133. Cal. 416 Rigby, 24″ heavy bbl with quarter rib, bead front sight and two leaf rear sight mounted in rib. Dakota scope mounts, checkered pistol grip walnut stock with sling swivel studs and some fine figure at butt end. Decelerator butt pad. Ebony forend cap. Bbl mounted sling swivel stud. Dakota Arms cap on pistol grip with “DA” logo. Dakota Arms paperwork is included. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains nearly all of matte blue finish. Sights are very good. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Receiver shows nearly all of matte blue finish with only minimal high point wear. Bolt handle shows nearly all matte blue finish. Bottom metal retains nearly all of matte blue finish with only a few slight scratches on trigger guard. Stock is very fine with sharp checkering and very few mars or scratches. Forend cap is fine. Buttpad is fine. A very nice Dakota rifle for the serious shooter. 49607-1 TEP (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1394

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