Outstanding Fall Firearms Auction
A Fabulous Success at approx. $3.4 Million!

Auction: October 6th-8th, 2003

Preview: October 5, 2003

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

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*COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL REVOLVER. Cal .38 Special. Early Type, blue finish, 2” bbl, half moon front sight and checkered medallion wood grips with a Federal Man belt holster. SN 335805. CONDITION: Good to very good, 95% original blue with muzzel and holster wear, dulled on the right side and grip frame. Strong bright bore, good mechancis. Good holster. 4-49084 JR458 (150-250)

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*LOT OF TWO COLT POLICE POSITIVE DA REVOLVERS. Cal. 38 Spcl. 1) SN 400318, blued finish, 4” bbl, checkered medallion walnut grips. Accompanied by its original dark maroon hinged lid box, which contains a hang tag and instruction papers. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains most of its original bright factory finish with very minor muzzle and edge wear, sharp grips, bright shiny bore with scattered pitting. The box bottom is fine, the lid is detached and missing part of the maroon paper. 2) SN 404225, blued finish, 4” bbl, checkered medallion walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains 98-99% strong bright original blue with one tiny spot of muzzle edge wear and other miniscule sharp edge wear. It has a small area of rust on the right side of the frame with some minor freckling on the side and pinpoints of rust on the backstrap. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50054; 50055 JR304 (400-700)

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*COLT POLICE POSITIVE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 32-20. Blued finish, 4” bbl with integral half-moon front sight and Colt logo black hard rubber grips. SN 18501. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. Retains 94-95% original finish overall with light muzzle and edge wear and freckled grip frame with thinning backstrap. Very fine grips, bright shiny bore. 4-50050 JR327 (250-350)

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*COLT OFFICIAL POLICE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 22 LR. Scarce large frame small bore revolver with 6” bbl, thick integral front sight with fixed groove rear sight. It has checkered silver medallion walnut grips. SN 41964. CONDITION: Fine to very fine, retains 80-85% strong bright original blue with moderate muzzle wear and some sharp edge wear. The grip frame is silver-gray. Grips show moderate wear and the bore is bright and shiny. 4-50038 JR323 (300-500)

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*COLT ARMY SPECIAL DA REVOLVER. Cal. 32-20. Blued finish with 6” bbl, integral 1/2 moon front sight with checkered silver medallion walnut grips. SN 517697. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains 95-97% strong bright original blue, slightly thinned at the muzzle with minor edge wear. Grips show minor diamond point wear, otherwise are fine. Bright shiny bore. 4-50046 JR313 (400-700)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 41 Colt. Standard revolver, blued finish, with 6” bbl, integral half moon front sight, and rampant Colt hard rubber grips. SN 241136. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine, retains 94-96% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and sharp edge wear with thinning back and front straps. Retains most niter blue on the edge of the hammer, thinned on the trigger. Bright shiny bore, grips are fine turned to chocolate. 4-50051 JR302 (400-700)

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*SMITH AND WESSON THIRD MODEL LADY SMITH REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Late 3rd model with 6” round bbl, blade target front sight with adjustable rear sight and square butt 2-pc walnut grips with deep gold medallions. SN 18559. CONDITION: About good, no original finish remains, being overall a medium blue brown patina with pitting on the top strap and around the forcing cone. It appears that the forcing cone has been sleeved. Grips are sound with traces of original finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49283 JR286 (500-700)

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*HIGH STANDARD SENTINEL DELUXE REVOLVER. Cal .22. Blued finish, 9 shot cylinder, 6” bbl, fixed sights, checkered plastic grips. Accompanied by a Bianchi fine leather holster. SN 2329622. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, retains about of its original finish. Good holster. 4-49419 JR450 (75-150)

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

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*COLT 3RD MODEL MATCH SEMI-AUTO TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. Usual configuration, 6” heavy bbl, adjustable sights, black plastic thumb rest, original grips. SN 188511-S. CONDITION: Very fine, retains 95-96% strong original blue over all with light muzzle and fine edge wear, thinning grip straps. Bright shiny bore. 4-49241-564 JR252 (350-500)

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*COLT PRE-WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. Blued finish with 6-1/2” pencil bbl, adjustable front and rear sights with diamond checkered walnut grips and a two-tone magazine from a later model. SN 31474. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains about 90% blue, thin on the sides. The frame and slide retain about 95% strong bright original blue thin on the front strap and on the heel. Grips show moderate to heavy wear with some oil staining. Strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-49420 JR338 (250-400)

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*COLT PRE-WOODSMAN SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. Very early pistol with 6-5/8” pencil bbl, adjustable front and rear sights with diamond checkered walnut grips. The magazine is from a later pistol. SN 792. CONDITION: Very fine, retains about all of a fine professionally restored finish. Strong bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-50040 JR318 (300-500)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 POCKET PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Blue finish with 4” bbl, full checkered medallion walnut grips with unmarked full blue magazine. Accompanied by a Colt dark maroon hinge-lid box numbered to another pistol that contains instruction sheet and a advertisement. SN 474583. CONDITION: Very fine, retains 95-97% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and slight edge wear. The slide has scattered spots of surface discoloration toward the muzzle end and the grip safety pinpoints of rust. Grips are extremely fine with modest wear on the right side. Bright shiny bore. The box is tattered, missing three of the top edges and has tape all around. 4-50047 JR314 (400-700)

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*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. Blued finish with 4” bbl, 2-tone original magazine with full checkered silver medallion wood grips. Accompanied by its original hinged lid dark maroon box. SN 97123. CONDITION: Very good, slide retains about 70% strong original blue having a cleaned area on the left side with some fine pitting. The frame retains about 90% strong bright original blue with a cleaned area on the left side of the frame and the front strap a light patina. The magazine is extremely fine. Grips show moderate to heavy wear and bbl has plier marks at the bushing end. Bright shiny bore with a couple of spots of fine pitting. The box is well worn with detached lid and missing the front edge with the two end pieces inside the box. 4-50045 JR320 (400-600)

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*COLT MODEL 1908 POCKET PISTOL. Cal .25ACP. Blued finish, 2” bbl with Colt hard rubber grips and two tone magazine, accompanied by a Bucheimer black leather belt holster. SN 72086. CONDITION: About good, retains 80% refinished blue with 75% original case colors. Strong dark bore, good magazine, good holster. 4-49424 JR457 (150-300)

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*FMJ MODEL D PISTOL. Cal .45. 3-3/8” round bbl. SN 17829. CONDITION: Light pitting on metal, scratches on the plastic grips. Mechanically fine. 4-49429 X61 (40-60)

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*EIG SUPERPOSED DERRINGER. Cal .38 special. Italian made stainless steel copy of the famous Remington Derringer. It has checkered walnut grips with holster. SN 69865. CONDITION: Fine, retains most of its original finish. Good mechanics, good holster, bright shinny bores. 4-49422 JR475 (75-150)

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*COLT NEVADA CENTENNIAL FRONTIER SCOUT REVOLVER. Cal .22. Blue finish, with nickeled grip frame and triggerguard, and faux pearl medallion grips. Accompanied by its original gray, velvet lined wood case. SN2382NS. CONDITION: As new, probably unfired. Retains about all of its factory finish. No cylinder line. Box is equally new. 4-50198 JR552 (350-450)

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*VIRGINIA DRAGOON SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Mag. Blue & case colored with adjustable sights and 2-piece walnut grips. SN 40582. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains about 95% of its original factory finish with minor muzzle and edge wear, case colors turning to patina, minor marks on the grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-49423 JR435 (150-250)

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*LOT OF FIVE HANDGUNS AND PISTOL CASE. *1) Cal. 22 short. Pair of Colt #3 Deringers, nickel-plated with faux ivory grips in original carrying case with bore brush. SN 7823N & 7822N – Appear to be new in case. *2) Cal. 22 LR. Ruger Mark I target pistol, 6” bbl, plastic target grips. SN 312979 – Extremely fine, 98% original blue. *3) Cal. 22. H & R M922, 6” oct bbl, homemade grips. SN 150841 – Very good, 90%, works good. 4) Cal. 6.35 mm (25 ACP). Central by Brong, hammerless revolver, 2” bbl, case colored frame, hard rubber grips. NSN – About good, works. 5) Pachmayr silver leatherette covered pistol range box containing a variety of 22 and 25 ammunition with earmuffs, earplugs and cleaning equipment – Very fine. 4-49241 JR251 (500-750)

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*BROWNING A5 SEMI AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Upgraded field grade shotgun with 27-1/2” vent rib modified choke bbl. It has straight grain walnut stock and forearm with long tang and round knob. The right side of the buttstock is deep relief carved with a leaping whitetail buck with a forest and mountain scene in the background. The receiver and 4” of bbl are nicely engraved with foliate arabesque patterns with punch dot background. The left side of the receiver has a game scene of a setter and two rising pheasants inlaid in silver with a field and mountain scene in the background. The right side has a vignette of two rising ducks over a marsh scene. The bolt and carrier have been jeweled. SN 9M45390. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood with only very minor storage and handling marks. Probably unfired since engraving. Bright shiny bore. 4-49126 (1,000-2,000)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 11 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Standard shotgun with 28” solid rib full-choke bbl, checkered forearm, replacement stock. SN 252543. CONDITION: 90% blue, 90% forearm, 25% uncheckered stock. Bright shiny bore. 3-30031 JR542 (200-300)

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*ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Upgraded field gun with 26” vent rib bbl, fitted with a Cutts Compensator. It has very nicely grained custom wood with extensive checkering in fleur de lis patterns with an Old English “J” carved on the bottom of the forearm. The receiver, bbl ring and chamber area are aftermarket engraved with coarse foliate arabesque patterns, game scenes of a silver pointer and two quail on the left side, a silver setter and two pheasant on the right side and silver inlay over the chamber area and at the back end of the rib. SN 1376021. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood, shows little or no use since engraving. Bright shiny bore. 4-49112 JR54 (500-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Standard shotgun with 28” plain modified bbl, uncheckered stock with pistol grip and Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate and large round ribbed forearm. SN 1627487. CONDITION: Fine, retains virtually all a fine professionally restored finish to the metal and 90% of the restored varnish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49128 JR77 (200-400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 25 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Solid frame version of Model 12 with 28” plain modified bbl, beavertail forearm with semi-pistol grip stock and a red waffle pad. SN 23732. CONDITION: Fine, 98% bbl, 85% receiver, 80% wood, bright shiny bore. 3-30032 JR541 (200-300)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 50 FEATHERWEIGHT SKEET GRADE SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Deluxe shotgun with 26” vent rib bbl with Cutts compensator. Bbl is marked “WS-1”. It has highly figured wood with checkered beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock, 14” over a black Winchester butt plate. SN 199825A.. CONDITION: As noted with cut bbl, excellent plus, retaining most of it’s original factory finish to both metal and wood with some minor varnish loss on the toe of the stock. 4-50017 (600-800)

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*CHARLES DALY OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Early Japanese Daly with 26” vent rib bbls, choked, IMP-MOD/MOD with single selective trigger and ejectors. It has straight grain walnut with rounded beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-1/4” over a Miroku plastic buttplate. SN 506930. CONDITION: Very good, bbls retain about 95% original factory blue with scattered light pinpoints of rust, mostly on the left side. The receiver retains 93-95% original blue. Wood is sound and retains 93-95% original varnish with numerous surface nicks and scratches and creases in the varnish. Bright shiny bores with the bottom bore frosted 8-10” in front of the chamber. 4-49384 JR176 (400-700)

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*MARLIN MODEL 90 OVER UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 20 ga. Fine old shotgun with 28” plain matted top bbls choked FULL/IMP-CYL. Wood is straight grain American walnut with two panel checkering on the beavertail forearm and nice checkering on the wrist. It has double triggers and extractors. SN G1616. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Bbls retain about 95-97% strong bright original blue. The receiver retains 75% original blue with the balance flaked to medium patina. Wood is sound and retains about 95% oil finish with a scratch or two on the buttstock and a tiny chip on the buttplate toe. Bright shiny bores. 4-49227 JR102 (500-1,000)

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RANGER PRECISION GRADE 104.3 SxS SHOTGUN. 16 ga double bbl shotgun w/ 28” bbls choked Full and Full (left is tighter) and double bead sights on a solid rib. 14” pull over a Ranger waffle pad. Double triggers with extractor. SN 158993 (400-500)

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*BROWNING DUCKS UNLIMITED PACIFIC EDITION BPS SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Modern 3” magnum pump shotgun with 28” vent rib screw choke bbl. The receiver is etch engraved on the right side “Ducks Unlimited Pacific Edition” with light arabesque patterns and on the left side “Browning BPS/The Coastal” with a large flying pintail medallion in the center. Wood is nicely grained crotch cut walnut 14-1/4” over an original black Browning waffle pad. The grip cap has a gold duck medallion inlaid. It is complete with a full choke insert. SN 84DU1928. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, probably un-fired retaining virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-49055 JR121 (400-600)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 1100 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Standard 1100 with 26” vent rib skeet choked bbl. Nicely figured, press-checkered walnut stock and forearm with black plastic buttplate. SN M142498V. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, retains virtually all its original finish to metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49129 JR75 (200-400)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 1100 LIGHT 20 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 20 ga. Standard 1100 with 28” vent rib modified bbl, etch engraved receiver and press checkered wood. SN N909901K. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-49054 JR120 (250-400)

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*ITHACA MODEL 37 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 20 ga. Standard model 37 with 28” plain modified bbl, straight grain wood with small round ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with original hard rubber buttplate. The receiver is etch engraved with three ducks on the left side and a bird dog with two pheasants on the right side. SN 109340. CONDITION: Good. Bbl retains about 70-75% original blue, the receiver 65-70% original blue, the stock has a crack back of the receiver with the stock retaining 80% varnish and the forearm traces of varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49393 JR164 (150-250)

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*SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 20 SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Dainty little shotgun with 26” full choke bbl, schnable tip forearm and pistol grip stock with black hard rubber buttplate. SN 23160. CONDITION: Bbl retains 75-80% thin original blue with the balance medium patina. The receiver is a light gray/brown patina. The highly figured wood is sound with an amateur coating of gloss varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49383 JR182 (300-500)

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*MOSSBERG MODEL 500 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Home defense gun with 21” plain cylinder choke bbl, extended magazine with synthetic forearm and pistol grip. SN K632151. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains most of its original finish to the metal with some slight scrapes on the mag tube. Bright shiny bore. 4-49130 JR85 (150-250)

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US ARMS DOUBLE BARREL DAMASCUS HAMMER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Belgium made double with 30” bbls choked IMP-CYL/IMP-CYL with smooth concave rib marked laminated steel. The receiver and back action lock plates are case colored. It has straight grain walnut stock and forearm with coarse checkering, half grip and checkered hard rubber buttplate. SN 75867T2. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbls retain 95-98% strong brown damascus pattern. The receiver retains about 70% case colors, brilliant across the top and sides, turned silver on the bottom. The left block plate retains most of its original case colors turned silver toward the back and the right side about 60% brilliant colors. Wood is sound and retains 75-80% original finish. Bright shiny bores. 4-50058 JR243 (300-500)

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LOT OF TWO ANTIQUE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS. 1) Cal. 10 ga. Charles Daly Damascus hammer gun, 29-3/8” bbls, engraved lockplates and receiver, homemade stock with homemade sling swivels. SN 360. CONDITION: Poor, as noted. Worn, re-browned bbls, re-blued receiver, amateur finish on the stock, slivers and tip missing from forearm, opening lever return spring broken, extractors don’t work. 2) Cal. 12 ga. Neumann Brothers hammer double with 27” Damascus bbls, dolls head broken and slot filled with solder. Lockplates engraved with a silver dog on the left side. Straight grain wood with splinter forearm and pistol grip stock. NSN. CONDITION: Fair. Bbls are brown patina. Receiver mostly brown patina with polished lockplate. Sound wood with old refinish. Fair bores. 4-49385, 4-49404 JR180 (100-200)

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REMINGTON MODEL1889 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Damascus shotgun with 30” bbls, checkered splinter forearm and semi pistol grip stock with Remington logo hard rubber buttplate. SN 95736. CONDITION: No original finish remains, the metal being mostly a dark brown patina. Bbls retain 40-50% original pattern. The forearm is missing the insert at the tip, otherwise the wood is sound and retains traces of original finish showing heavy wear. Dark worn bores. 4-49087 JR48 (150-250)

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ECLIPSE DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Fine old wall hangar with 30” bbls, company name on each lockplate, replaced stock with aluminum buttplate and grip cap. SN 29365. CONDITION: Poor to fair, no original finish remains, retains most of the refinish on the wood, poor bores. 4-49131 JR73 (50-100)

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*LOT OF TWO AMERICAN SHOTGUNS. Cal. 12 ga. 1) Long Range Winner single bbl, top break, 28” full choke semi pistol grip stock, American Eagle hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Some original blue remains on bbl. Balance of the metal, light brown patina. Wood is sound with an old refinish. Bright bore, moderate pitting. *2) Hercules (Montgomery Ward) dbl bbl with 29-1/2” bbls, uncheckered wood, double triggers, extractors. SN X66580. CONDITION: Poor, 20-30% blue on bbls, no case colors remain, no original finish on the wood, missing buttplate, hole in forearm, pitted bores, bbls will not close. 4-49395, 4-49402, JR183 (100-200)

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W RICHARDS DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER SHOTGUN. Cal. 10 ga. English made with 32” Damascus bbls, engraved lockplates and receiver with splinter forearm and semi-pistol grip stock with smooth steel buttplate. Accompanied by a period homemade wooden case with soft sleeve and oil can. NSN. CONDITION: Fair to good. Overall dark brown patina, worn wood with grain checks in the butt, pitted bores. 3-30029 JR538 (200-400)

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*RANGER SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 16 ga. Early single shot with 30” full choke bbl, case colored receiver, straight grain walnut stock and forearm with hard rubber buttplate. SN H12985. CONDITION: About fine, bbl retains 94-95% strong bright original blue. The receiver has been cleaned bright with traces of case colors in sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains about 80% of an old re-varnish. Moderately pitted bright bore. 4-49225 JR104 (75-125)

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*IVER JOHNSON CHAMPION SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Early single bbl shotgun with 30” full choke bbl, straight grain stock and forearm with owl head hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 95% strong bright original blue with some light chemical spotting and rust pitting about mid-point. The receiver retains most of its original case colors, dark and rough spotted on bottom. Wood is sound with some minor chipping at the receiver. The forearm retains most of its original varnish and the stock about 50% varnish. The ejector is fine, bright shiny bore. 4-49228 JR100 (100-200)

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EDWIN HUNT DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Cal. about 12 ga. Early English made shotgun sold by Edwin Hunt of New York, with 32-1/2” Damascus bbls with “London Fine Twist” on the top rib, “London” with scroll decorations being inlaid in gold. The chamber area of bbls have silver inlays of a hunter, dog, bird and tree on the left side and two dogs, a tree and two ducks on the right side. The breech end of bbl has silver and gold wire bands. The breech plate, top tang, trigger guard and buttplate tang are all engraved in arabesque patterns. Lockplates have a pheasant with light decorative borders with the distributors name and state. It is in a 1-pc walnut stock with cheek piece and smooth steel buttplate. CONDITION: Fair. 50% bbl patter remains. Missing one ramrod guide. Broken nosepipe. Locks, trigger guard and buttplate are a dark brown patina. Wood is fine showing much wear. 4-49017 JR83 (250-400)

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LOT OF TWO ANTIQUE DOUBLE BARREL GUNS. 1) Cal. 12 bore percussion. English made Parker brand with 30” Damascus bbls, 1-pc walnut stock with nicely checkered wrist with “Parker” on each lockplate. NSN. CONDITION: Replaced hammers and new nipples, quality modern horn-tipped ramrod. Bbls dark brown patina with heavy pitting at the breech end. Good wood. Lots of original finish, functions well. 2) Under-lever combination gun with 28 ga. shotgun bbl and 45 cal. rifle bbl by H. Rogers Sons & Co. of London. Bbls are 25-5/8”, Damascus with fine bladed front sight and four-leaf express sight, one standing three folding. Back action locks, lightly engraved. Nicely figured wood, splinter forearm and straight stock with heel and toe plates. NSN. CONDITION: About good. Bbls are a light brown patina. The receiver and lockplates are a blue/gray patina. The stock has two repaired breaks to the wrist, otherwise retains 50-60% original finish. The forearm is missing the insert and the lever spring is broken. Strong bores with good shine and moderate to heavy pitting. 4-49397, 4-49418 JR181 (200-400)

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LOT 2 SAVAGE SHOTGUN BARRELS. 1) Model 220 single bbl, 12ga. with forearm. CONDITION: Very good to fine. 2) Model 420 Over/Under 12ga. CONDITION: Very good to fine. 4-49392, 4-49398 X72 (200-300)

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*SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 35 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 35 S&W. Blued finish with 3-1/2” bbl and smooth wood grips with deep gold medallions. It has the S&W logo on the left rear side of the frame. SN 4781. CONDITION: Good to very good, retains 87-90% original blue with muzzle and edge wear mixed with light patina. The rear grip strap is gray. Grips are fine, no original finish, strong bore with light pitting. 4-49280 JR285 (200-300)

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*WALTHER PP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Late war production with eagle-N and WaA 359 proofs, Army issue. It has “ac” code and serial number on the right side of the slide with no other markings. It has Walther banner, black plastic grips. SN 379992P. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 95-97% brushed military finish with only light edge wear and a couple of chemical spots on the left side of the slide. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49370 JR375 (350-450)

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*MANURHIN MODEL PPK/S SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal .380 ACP. Blue finish, 3-1/4” bbl, black plastic grips with one finger-rest magazine. Original case and owner’s manual. SN260412S CONDITION: Very fine, 93%-95% original blue, freckled front and back straps. Good grips, bight shiny bore. 4-50197 JR551 (200-300)

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*MAUSER HSC COMMERCIAL PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Blued finish with 3-1/4” bbl, 2-pc checkered walnut grips. Original “Mauser” marked magazine. SN 759630. CONDITION: Very fine, 97% original blue, good grips, light wear, bright shiny bore. 4-49334 (400-600)

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*BERETTA MODEL 1934 ARMY PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. 1939 dated pistol with blued finish and clear lucite grips and finger rest magazine. SN 782663 CONDITION: Good, retains about 75% original finish mixed with brown patina, replacement grips are fine, strong bore with light pitting. 4-49430 JR466 (150-250)

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*BROWNING NAZI-MARKED HIGH POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9 mm. Blued finish, 4-3/4” bbl with checkered walnut grip panels and a 13-round magazine. It has brush-blued finish with Nazi eagles and Waffenampt 140 proofs. SN 41567a. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains about 95% of its original wartime finish with light muzzle and edge wear with thinning grip frame. Grips are fine, showing light wear. Strong bright bore, dark in the grooves. 4-49371 JR365 (500-750)

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*STEYR MODEL 1912 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm Steyr. Austrian made with 5” bbl, blind magazine in the grip, loaded from the top with a stripper clip, one of which is included. It has Century Arms import mark on the left side of the frame. SN 3072C. CONDITION: Fair to good, mismatched, ground crest, refinished, good grips. Strong bright bore. 4-49425 JR340 (150-250)

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*SIG-SAUER P-226 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Early 226 with special K-Kote finish, black plastic grips and original fixed sights. Accompanied by 2 original 15-round magazines and a plastic carrying case. SN U4456424 CONDITION: As new, retains about all its original finish, bright shiny bore, fine grips and magazines. 4-49426 JR468 (450-650)

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*FACTORY-ENGRAVED COLT PYTHON REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Mag. Nickel finish with 6” ventilated rib full-lug bbl with adjustable sights and oversize checkered gold medallion walnut grips. It is very nicely engraved in about “D” coverage in very well detailed scroll arabesque patterns. We guarantee this to be Colt factory engraving. SN 01154N. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retains virtually all its original factory finish to metal and wood, appears unfired. 4-49325 JR350 (2,000-3,000)

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*COLT OFFICERS MODEL TARGET REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Flat top model with blued finish, 6” bbl, adjustable front and rear sights and checkered silver medallion grips. Accompanied by a brown leatherette covered, green cloth lined Bernardelli target pistol box. SN 17274. CONDITION: Extremely fine. It retains about 96-98% original fine Colt blue with only minor muzzle and sharp edge wear. Fine grips, good mechanics and bright shiny bore. 4-49022 JR 463 (300-500)

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*COLT PRE-SERIES 70 NATIONAL MATCH SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Blued finish with 5” bbl and full-checkered gold medallion Coltwood grips with adjustable sights. It has adjustable trigger and stippled front strap with checkered straight mainspring in housing. It is accompanied by its original 2-pc wood grain cardboard box and its original bbl and papers. It has a replacement Colt bbl with spring-loaded bushing. Also accompanied by two post-war military magazines. SN 8233-NM. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as noted above retaining 96-97% strong bright original blue with minor edge wear and a scattered nick or scratch. Grips are fine with bright shiny bores. The box shows moderate to heavy wear. 4-49324 (1,000-1,250)

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*SCARCE COLT SERVICE MODEL ACE PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Made in the 1970’s, Government Model size pistol with scarce Electroless Nickel finish, “ACE” markings on the sides of the slide, adjustable sights and checkered, gold medallion grips. Accompanied by its original Custom Shop Styrofoam and wood-grain, one-piece cardboard box, owner’s manual and papers. SN SM28438 CONDITION: Appears to be new in the box, no evidence of having been fired, retains all its original finish. 4-49021 JR461 (1,000-1,500)

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*HAMMERLI MODEL 230 RAPID-FIRE TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22Short. Beautiful target pistol with 6-1/4” heavy bbl, stainless frame and blued slide. It has adjustable sights and large, right hand, adjustable target grips. It is accompanied by its original red, hinged-lid box, 2 different manuals, an instruction booklet, a spare magazine, cleaning rod and pouch of original tools. SN 23-0612 CONDITION: As new, retains virtually all its original finish, possibly unfired. The spare magazine is still sealed in its original plastic. The box is fine with the foam liner deteriorated. 4-49019 JR462 (500-1,000)

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*BRITARMS MODEL 2000 MK 2 TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. Imported by Action Arms Ltd, this is a fine looking free pistol with 5-7/8” heavy, flat-side bbl, adjustable target sights, stainless frame with blue slide. It has fully adjustable trigger and right hand, stippled, free-style wood grips. It has the unusual feature of loading a 5-round magazine from the top. Accompanied by a spare magazine, four sizes of Allen wrenches and the original Styrofoam box liner. SN BA92872 CONDITION: As new, appears unfired, retaining virtually all its original factory finish. Spare mag is still in the oiled paper. 4-49020 JR460 (300-500)

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*ANSCHUTZ RECORD MATCH PISTOL MODEL 210. Cal. 22. Beautiful Martini action German free pistol with 11” tapered oct bbl, ramp front sight with wings and receiver mounted micrometer adjustable rear sight. It has a tiny checkered and carved forearm with beautiful adjustable free pistol, checkered and carved target grips. The top flat of bbl is matted, with the name “Louis D. Kernell” engraved about the middle. The right flat in the same area is marked “Udo Anschutz” with same name and address by the serial number on the rear of the frame. The frame is beautifully engraved with foliate arabesque pattern engraving having a very fine punch-dot background. The cocking lever is on the left side of the frame. It has a fully adjustable trigger with screw extension. It is accompanied by its original leather suitcase-style carrying case, which has what is presumed to be the original wood-handle cleaning rod in the lid. There is a small compartment in the lid, which contains a spare front sight, two spare hammer springs, and an action key with screwdriver and a chamber reamer. Another compartment in the body of the case contains a small cup of grease, a chamber brush and 3 U.S. military 30-06 headspace gauges. Accompanies is a sales receipt from Franz Merkel to 1st Lt. Louis D. Kernell dated July 6, 1945 for this pistol. Also included is an advertising page, in German for this pistol. Also included is a copy of the May 1948 issue of “The American Rifleman” which has an article on page 19 regarding slow-fire pistol shooting in which this model of pistol in mentioned. In addition, there are a number of papers regarding an order and delivery of a Smith & Wesson revolver. SN 6966. CONDITION: Very fine, retains about all of its custom restored finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. The case is fine also. 4-49438 JR353 (1,250-1,750)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 669 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. Stainless and alloy with black plastic grip panels and one hi-cap mag. Accompanied by its original one-piece blue box. SN TAE4923. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains about all its original factory finish, has been fired but not much. Bright shiny bore, fair box. 4-49433 JR467 (250-400)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 61-3 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. Nickel finish, faux pearl grips. SN B57623. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains about all its fine finish. Good grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-49335 JR373 (250-300)

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RUGER STAINLESS STEEL OLD ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal 44 Perc. All stainless with 7-1/2” bbl, adjustable sights and 2-pc medallion grips. SN 145-06597. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired, retains virtually all of its original factory finish. 4-49434 JR 444 (200-300)

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*ROY VAIL CUSTOM ENGRAVED MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 7X61 Sharpe & Hart. Fine custom, full stock carbine with 20” oct bbl, full length raised matted rib with pedestal mounted ivory bead front sight and 2-leaf gold line express sight and the makers name in gold inlaid about midpoint on the rib. The chamber end of bbl has a single wide gold band. The receiver, trigger guard, floorplate, grip cap, bolt handle and cutoff are very nicely engraved with very deep relief oak leaf and acorn patterns with fine stippled background. The left side of the receiver ring has a very nicely detailed raised gold elk and the right side and equally detailed raised gold cape buffalo. The floorplate has a very thick highly detailed raised gold European stag head. The bolt handle root is inlaid with two-color gold, oak leaves, and an acorn. The bolt body is very lightly herringbone pattern engraved and the bolt knob is knurled. It is mounted in a full length, very nicely figured, Claro walnut stock with a rosewood semi-schnable tip and has a European style wide monte carlo cheek piece with an inlaid 3-color wood grizzly bear. The rear edge of the cheek piece has a tiny carved African antelope, has a small rosewood diamond near the toe and a square gold initial plate just above the diamond. It is 13-3/8” over a basketweave pattern horn buttplate. The wrist and forestock are extensively checkered in about 24 lines per inch with fine custom diamond patterns on the forestock. The right edge of the receiver at the ejection port is marked with the maker’s name and address with the SN stamped in the thumb slot. Weight: 6lbs. 12.5 oz. SN 182. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining virtually all its original custom finish to both metal and wood as it must have left Mr. Vail’s shop. Bright shiny bore. 4-49260 JR92 (1,250-1,750)

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*PAUL JAEGER CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 270. Beautiful custom rifle in a fine sporting caliber. with 22-1/2” sporter weight tapered round bbl, no sights, built on an FN action with custom trigger. It is mounted in a highly figured 1-pc French walnut stock with deep European style cheek piece, straight comb, rosewood foreend tip and engraved steel grip cap, 13-1/2” over a Pachmayr thin black pad. Stock has a gold initial plate engraved “EO” and has sling swivel studs. The floor plate, trigger guard and grip cap are beautifully engraved with foliate and vine patterns with gold wire border inlays and extremely fine detailed raised gold bighorn sheep in the center of the floor plate. The receiver is mounted with Redfield base and rings containing a Redfield Widefield 2-7X scope. The bolt and follower are nicely jeweled and the bolt knob is finely checkered. The receiver has a custom checkered thumb safety. The grip area of the stock and forestock are extensively checkered in about 24 line checkering with fleur-de-lis patterns. SN X0429. CONDITION: Extremely fine retaining virtually all its original custom finish to both metal and wood, fine optics and bright shiny bore. 4-50016 JR7 (3,500-5,000)

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*GRIFFIN & HOWE CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 264 Win Mag. Built on a late pre-64 model 70 action with original 26” bbl that has had the sights removed. The top of bbl is marked with the G & H name and address and number “2520”. Left side of the receiver is mounted with a double-lever G & H scope mount containing a 30 mm Hensoldt DAVARI-DA 1.5-6X scope. The bolt, extractor, follower and rails are very nicely jeweled. The bolt handle is checkered and the bolt release has a custom checkered push button. It is mounted in a very nicely grained Griffin & Howe style walnut stock with extensive checkering, ebony foreend tip and shadow Monte Carlo cheek piece, 14” over a Niedner steel buttplate. It has a custom trigger guard and floor plate with very fine checkered trigger and gold initial plate engraved “JCF”. It is accompanied by a very nicely tooled leather sling. SN 516587. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains virtually all its fine G & H custom finish to both metal and wood with only very minor handling and storage marks. Appears to have been used very little if at all. Crisp optics and bright shiny bore. 4-49381 JR174 (3,000-5,000)

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*GRIFFIN & HOWE CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Built on a Remington 1903 Springfield action with a 24” tapered round bbl, marked on the top with makers name and address and number “2380”. The left side of the receiver is mounted with a double lever G& H mount containing a Hensoldt DIATAL-D 4X scope. The bolt body, follower and rails have been very nicely jeweled. The bolt knob is checkered. It is mounted in a very nicely grained typical G & H stock with ebony foreend tip, left hand shadow Monte Carlo cheek piece, 13-1/2” over a Niedner steel buttplate and has sling swivel studs. SN 3163902. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its beautiful custom G & H finish to both metal and wood. Crisp optics. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49379 JR175 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 70 SUPER GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 257 Roberts. Transition rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with slot blank in the rear dovetail. The receiver is mounted with a Lyman 48 WJS receiver sight with target knobs. The floor plate is marked Super Grade and it has deluxe swivel bases. It has checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with cheek piece, checkered steel buttplate and black foreend tip. SN 62348. CONDITION: Extremely fine, the metal retains about all of an extremely fine professionally restored finish to both metal and wood with only a very minor nick or scratch. The buttplate has some pitting on the left edge with some staining to the wood in corresponding areas. There is a 1/4” by 1/4” cleverly filled spot at the toe. Bright shiny bore. 4-50006 (2,000-3,000)

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*WEATHERBY 23RD OLYMPIAD COMMEMORATIVE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 257 W.M. Beautiful deluxe rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, made without sights, on a Mark V action, in Japan. The receiver is mounted with 2-pc bases and rings containing a 30mm Tasco Titan 3-9X scope. It is mounted in a beautifully grained 1-pc French walnut stock with rosewood foreend and grip caps and an original brown Weatherby waffle pad. It has gold-plated studs and sling swivels. The floorplate is engraved with foliate patterns and a ribbon bearing the legend “XXIII rd Olympiad-1984”. The right side of the buttstock is inlaid with a 3-1/4” gold-colored plaque stating that this is a licensed commemorative rifle of the 1984 Olympic Games, that it is 1 of 1,000 and it is licensed by the 1980 L.A. Olympic Committee. The bolt knob is checkered. SN OL-0886. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus, retaining virtually all of its original factory finish to both metal and wood with a bruise and scratch on the left side of the stock, otherwise, in pristine condition. Crisp optics. Bright shiny bore. 4-50062 JR246 (800-1,200)

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*MAUSER ACTION CUSTOM HUNTING RIFLE. Cal. 257 Roberts. Beautiful custom rifle in a Mannlicher-style stock with 19” tapered round bbl mounted with Redfield Sr. bases and rings. The stock is beautifully grained American walnut with very nicely checkered forestock and pistol grip with classic rollover Monte Carlo cheek piece, with a zebrawood grip cap and is 13-3/4” over a white line waffle pad. SN A34909. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its fine custom finish to both metal and wood with one or two very minor handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-50059 JR248 (750-1,250)

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*SAKO FORESTER DELUXE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 243. Beautiful deluxe short-action rifle with 23” tapered round bbl, made without sights with integral scope bases. It is mounted in a nicely grained light yellow European walnut stock with rosewood foreend tip and grip cap and has an original Sako brown waffle pad. It is checkered in skip-line patterns. The grip cap has an inlaid birch oak leaf and the floorplate and trigger guard have a silver wire inlay of an African antelope with leaves and vines. SN 94007. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its fine factory finish to both metal and wood. The stock has a couple of dings on the forearm with some scratches around the added sling swivel stud and a small gouge on the right side of the buttstock. Bright shiny bore. 4-50061 JR247 (550-750)

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*JP SAUER & SON COMMERCIAL BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Fine pre-war Mauser action rifle with 24-1/2” tapered oct to round bbl with full length matted rib, high caterpillar front sight, slot blank in the rear dovetail with a cutoff mounted Lyman receiver sight. The bolt is case colored. It is mounted in a 1-pc nicely figured French walnut stock with raised side panels, schnable tipped forearm secured with a single wedge through elliptical German silver escutcheons. It has a lever opening floorplate with double set triggers, a serrated horn buttplate and narrow European sling swivels. SN 191670. CONDITION: Extremely fine, bbl retains 95-97% strong original blue with one small area of very fine pitting. The receiver, trigger guard and floorplate retain most of their original bright, high luster blue with about 1” of bare metal at the front tip of the floorplate. The bolt retains most of its original strong bright case colors slightly faded on the exposed areas. Wood is sound with minor handling and use marks with a slightly chipped toe of the buttplate. Bright shiny bore. 4-49266 JR86 (1,250-1,750)

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*PAUL JAEGER CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-60. Beautiful custom rifle with 24: tapered round bbl, ramp front sight and Lyman 48S receiver sight. Left side of the receiver is mounted with a single lever Jaeger scope mount containing a 4x Hensoldt scope. All fitted in a nicely figured 1-pc stock with horn foreend tip, engraved grip cap, with Monte Carlo cheek piece and engraved and checkered steel buttplate with three-hole cartridge trap. Also fitted with sling swivels and lever-hinged floorplate. SN 71151. CONDITION: Extremely fine. A nearly invisible repair to the stock at the wrist. The only reason we know it is repaired is because we had it done; otherwise, excellent. Retains virtually all of its fine custom finish. Scope retains most of its original blue. Excellent optics. Bright shiny bore. 8-87118 (800-1,200)

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*CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD M1922 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine compact custom rifle built on the M1922 action with 20” tapered round bbl, sleeve ramp front sight with Lyman 48S-receiver sight. Mounted in a very nicely figured 1-pc walnut stock with horn foreend tip and Winchester style checkered steel buttplate. It has Winchester style deluxe sling swivel bases. It has a custom set trigger. The front receiver ring has four holes apparently for an old fashioned style scope base. Accompanied by one original 5 shot M1922 magazine. SN 73-100. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains virtually all its fine custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49264 JR88 (300-500)

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*MANNLICHER-SCHOENAUER BOLT ACTION CARBINE. Cal. 8x56MS. Standard early full stock carbine with 20” bbl, ramp front sight, 2-leaf express rear sight, the receiver mounted with Redfield bases and rings containing a Burris 2-7X scope. It has dbl set triggers and a horn trigger guard. The stock is nicely figured with small cheek piece, 14” over a Jostam pad and is fitted with original factory sling swivels. SN 16756. CONDITION: Very fine, retains most of a fine professionally restored finish to both metal and wood. The floor plate retains about 50% thin blue and the trigger guard is sound and fine with one small bug hole. The receiver ring has a large filled aftermarket dovetail. Fine optics and bright shiny bore. 4-49336 (800-1,000)

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*CUSTOMIZED MAUSER 98 RIFLE. Cal. appears to be 6mm Remington or 243. Built on a late military Mauser action with 24” tapered round bbl, ramp front sight and Redfield receiver sight. It is mounted in a Herters full-length stock with metal foreend tip, high Monte Carlo, rollover cheek piece with hard rubber buttplate and grip cap. The receiver bridges are tapped for a scope base and the bolt handle is bent and checkered. It has a custom safety. SN EA11644. CONDITION: About very good, bbl and receiver retain about 80% thin custom blue with some light pitting on the front receiver ring. Wood is sound and retains about 90% custom finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49408 JR161 (250-350)

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*BROWNING BBR BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 257 Roberts. Sporter weight hunting rifle with 22” tapered round bbl, Weaver bases in a nicely figured 1-pc stock with rosewood foreend tip and grip cap. It has Pachmayr recessed bases and sling swivels. SN 34184PW117. CONDITION: Very fine plus with the metal retaining about all of its original factory blue. Wood is sound and retains 98% original finish with a 1/4” bruise and scratches on the left side. Bright shiny bore. 4-50060 JR249 (300-500)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 700 BDL BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 7mm mag. Fine hunting rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, no sights, the receiver mounted with Redfield base and rings containing a 3-9x Redfield range finding scope. 1-pc wood stock with pressed checkering and original Remington black waffle pad with sling swivel studs. The left side of the receiver has been drilled and tapped for a receiver sight and the stock notched to accommodate it, no sight accompanies. SN 6313832. CONDITION: Very fine, retains 96-98% original factory finish to both metal and wood. Fine optics, bright shiny bore. 4-49065 JR130 (300-500)

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*SPORTERIZED BRNO K98 MAUSER RIFLE. Cal. 8X57. Standard VZ24 action with usual markings retaining the original bbl with a ramp front sight installed and Lyman 48M receiver sight with target knobs. It is mounted in a Fajen Monte Carlo walnut stock with maple foreend tip and grip cap. It has double set triggers and a bent bolt handle. The front and rear receiver bridges have been drilled and tapped for a scope base. SN 6926. CONDITION: Good, metal retains 85-90% of its custom finish. The bolt body is moderately pitted. Wood is sound and retains most of its custom finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49406 JR155 (150-250)

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*RUGER DEERSTALKER TYPE CARBINE. Cal. 44 mag. Standard carbine with 18” round bbl, original white insert front sight with Lyman folding rear sight. Receiver is mounted with Weaver bases and rings containing a Weaver K2.5X scope with post. Wood is straight grain American walnut, 1-pc, with bbl band and added sling swivel studs. SN 51792. CONDITION: Very fine. Metal retains 96-97% strong original blue. The stock is sound and retains about 90% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49064 JR131 (300-500)

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*SPORTERIZED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal .30-06. Lightweight sporter with 22-1/2” tapered round bbl, modified from the original, with an 11-30 date. Mounted in a classic Monte Carlo stock with maple forend tip and crystallized red waffle pad. It has a 1903A3 stamped metal floorplate/trigger guard. The receiver has been drilled and tapped and it has the original safety, with a bent bolt. SN 1355573 CONDITION: Very good. It retains most of its nice custom finish to both metal and wood. There is a replaced chip in back of the top tang and a filled hole near the toe. Bright shiny bore. 4-50190 JR549 (150-250)

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*SPORTERIZED 98 MAUSER. Cal. 8X57. Built on a Radom 1930, K29 action with the original bbl and front sight. It has a Williams receiver sight. The original military stock front half was sporterized and a Monte Carlo buttstock spliced onto the rear. The bolt is mismatched. Hand carved on the bottom of the forestock is “TC Wills”. SN 5748P. CONDITION: Fair to good. Good reblue, fine stock. Strong bright bore. 4-49062 JR128 (100-200)

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*LOT OF THREE AMERICAN RIFLES. 1) Cal.30-30. Savage Model 219 single shot rifle, top break with 26” tapered round bbl, ramp front sight and semi buckhorn rear sight. Walnut wood with checkered pistol grip stock and semi beavertail forearm. NSN – Very fine. 95% blue, refinished wood. Bright shiny bore. . 2) Cal. 22 Hornet. Savage Model 219B, single shot rifle with 25-3/4” tapered round bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight and grooved bbl. Walnut wood with semi pistol grip stock and semi beavertail forearm. SN 8691 – Very fine. 95% blue, 60% case colors, 90% wood with painted black tip and added sling swivels. Bright shiny bore. 3) Cal. 22 LR. Western field Model 59 semi auto rifle with 24” bbl, open sights, 3/4 magazine, amateur checkered wood, tang sight added and scope bases on the receiver. NSN – Good. 50% blue, refinished wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49386, 4-49390, 4-49396 JR184 (250-350)

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*SPRINGFIELD M1-C GARAND SNIPER RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Scarce sniper rifle with scope mount over the chamber area of bbl. It is accompanied by its original DCM shipping box containing a complete list of accessories including: M-84 scope, sling, cheek pad, flash hider, cleaning rod with carrying case, chamber brush, buffer rod, swab holder, lubricant case, and more, all sealed in their original vapor barrier paper with military nomenclature on the outside. It is accompanied by its original military DD form 1348-1A transferring this rifle on the 187th day of 1995 to Harry J. Davies of Philadelphia, PA. It was shipped from Anniston Depot, Alabama via registered mail dated July 6, 1995. The rifle is still sealed in its heavy plastic sleeve and so could not be examined to determine condition and bbl date, etc. It appears, through the plastic, to be in as new or as rebuilt condition. SN 904043. CONDITION: As described above, appears to be as new or as rebuilt at the depot. The accessories are sealed in their individual envelopes and were not examined. 4-49596 JR169 (1,500-2,500)

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*SPRINGFIELD M1-D SNIPER RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Great sniper rifle, standard configuration with Springfield “3 67” bbl. It is equipped with a laced on leather cheek piece marked “MRT /11-58” a clamp-on flash hider and M84 scope, SN 1353, with rubber eye piece and canvas carrying case. Consignor purchased this rifle intact, as is, directly through the DCM. SN 2212727. CONDITION: Extremely fine as arsenal rebuilt retaining virtually all its gray green Parkerizing and finish on the wood with very minor storage and handling marks. The receiver has a small area of pitting at the upper front edge. The scope retains 92-93% thin original blue with light scratches around the body and a dent in each cap. The optics are fine. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49648 JR162 (2,000-3,000)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 03A4 SNIPER RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard 03A4 with bbl dated 12-43, mounted in a semi pistol grip stock with usual proofs and a RIA cartouche on the left side of the butt. The receiver is mounted with a parkerized Redfield base and has blued rings containing an authentic military Texan or Alaskan style scope with blued 7/8” tube. The left side of the tube has usual markings with serial and stock numbers. All the visible parts on the scope have part numbers. Accompanied by a letter from the previous owner stating the rifle was sold as surplus out of the Quantico Marine Station Museum in the 60’s. SN 4996606. CONDITION: Excellent plus, appears unfired with the metal retaining virtually all its fine greenish parkerized finish. The stock, possibly an old refinish retains a fine oil finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49337 JR11 (3,000-5,000)

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*REMINGTON 03A4 SNIPER RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard 03A4 with bbl dated “7-43”. Mounted in a type “C” stock with Parkerized Redfield base and rings containing a Weaver M73B1 scope with electric pencil # 25335 on the side. It is fitted with early plastic scope covers. SN 3417520. CONDITION: Excellent plus, as new, retaining virtually all its original light gray/green Parkerizing on metal surfaces, virtually all the blue on the scope tube and original oil finish on the wood. Brilliant shiny bore and excellent optics. 4-49443 JR41 (3,000-5,000)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 1903A4 SNIPER RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Usual configuration with 24” bbl dated 7-43, without front sight. The receiver is mounted with Parkerized Redfield base and rings containing a Weaver M73B1 scope SN 7145. It is mounted in a type C stock with FJA rectangular cartouche and has checkered buttplate with trap. SN 3413476. CONDITION: Extraordinarily fine, as new, retains virtually all its fine gray-green Parkerizing and 96-98% blue on the scope. Wood is sound and retains about all of a fine oil finish. The optics are sharp, bright shiny bore. 4-49781 JR288 (2,500-3,500)

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*MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard 03 with bbl date 3-17 in a straight grip stock with smooth steel buttplate and a “JFC” cartouche on the left wrist. Accompanied by an early brass and leather military sling with replacement keepers. SN 668129. CONDITION: About fine, retains most of a fine professional restored finish on the metal with a bright sanded finish on the wood. The sling is worn with some minor dry rot but has been treated. Bright shiny bore. 4-49235 (1,000-2,000)

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*VERY EARLY SPRINGFIELD MODEL1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Extremely early 03 with a Springfield “05” dated bbl and 1908 dated stock cartouche. The handguard is of the very early style with thick squareback hump near the sight. It is accompanied by a very early Rock Island Arsenal leather sling for either a trapdoor or a Krag rifle. Written in ink on the inside of the sling is the name “Verl Ward” and “H.I.K.N.G.”. It has the original style smooth steel floor plate and smooth buttplate with trap containing an early nickeled oiler with pullthrough. The bolt is marked “A” at the handle root. SN 164. CONDITION: About good, bbl retains 40-50% blue in sheltered areas, the receiver is a mottled blue/gray. The floorplate and trigger guard retain about 50% dull blue and the buttplate is mostly a silver metal color. Wood is sound with numerous small nicks and scratches, a few light gouges in the grasping grooves and some light prick marks on the left side of the butt with a series of scrapes on the left side by the receiver. The hand guard is sound. Strong bright bore, slightly frosty in the grooves. The bolt body has been polished. The sling is fine and supple, in need of treating. 4-49116 JR55 (1,250-1,750)

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*JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard Johnson with 22” tapered round bbl, winged front sight with bayonet lug near the muzzle. It has usual perforated steel handguard and 2-pc walnut stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN A4548. CONDITION: Excellent plus, retains virtually all its original factory finish on both metal and wood with minor handling nicks and scratches on the buttstock and light oil staining at the back of the top tang. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49631 JR159 (2,500-4,000)

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*JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard Johnson with 22” tapered round bbl, winged front sight with bayonet lug near the muzzle. It has usual perforated steel hand guard and 2-pc walnut stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN B3740. CONDITION: Very fine, the metal retains 93-95% greenish gray Parkerizing, slightly thin on the handguard. The rear sight retains most of its original blue black finish. Wood is sound with a gouge in the forearm and a chip missing near the magazine otherwise retains most of its original oil finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49576 JR144 (2,500-3,500)

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*JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard Johnson with 22” tapered round bbl, winged front sight with bayonet lug near the muzzle. It has usual perforated steel handguard and 2-pc walnut stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN B0636. CONDITION: Fine, bbl and receiver retain most of their original gray green Parkerizing. The handguard retains about 80% Parkerizing with some areas of deep pitting. The rear sight, probably a replacement, is a greenish black patina with some deep pitting. The magazine cover retains 60-70% Parkerizing with some deep pitting and two or three small dents. Bbl release latch is missing. Wood is sound and retains most of an amateur refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49577 JR143 (2,000-3,000)

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*JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard Johnson with 22” tapered round bbl, winged front sight with bayonet lug near the muzzle. It has usual perforated steel handguard and 2-pc walnut stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN B3403. CONDITION: Very good, bbl, receiver, and hand guard are a blue brown patina with the magazine cover retaining about 90% blue. The rear sight matches the condition of the receiver. The stock has had a small pistol grip spliced in, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49773 JR145 (1,500-2,500)

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*SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE. Cal. 30-40. Spectacular original rifle with 30” round bbl, 1-pc walnut stock and upper handguard. The stock has a crisp 1902 cartouche and stockproofs below the trigger guard. It has a smooth steel buttplate containing a 3-piece jointed cleaning rod and Krag tool wedged in the middle. It is accompanied by an original brown leather sling marked Rock Island Arsenal dated 1903. SN 401020. CONDITION: Absolutely outstanding, as new, retaining virtually all of its original arsenal finish to both metal and wood with a small scuff on the rear receiver bridge and very minor edge wear. Appears unfired and un-issued. The sling is dry with lightly crackled surface and some scuff marks but is still strong and supple. The buttplate retains about 75% original blue. Brilliant shiny bore. This is the newest Krag Rifle you might ever wish for. 4-49233 JR96 (2,500-3,500)

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*FINE SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE. Cal .30-40. 30” round bbl. The “JLA” cartouche is dated 1903. It has a brass muzzle protector and a cleaning rod and oiler under the trapdoor in the buttplate. All markings and features are standard. An issue number 22 is stamped on top of the stock at the buttplate. CONDITION: Fine with 50% blue on bbl and trigger guard, 75% on buttplate and bbl band. Action is mottled gray with bright bolt and flame blue extractor. Wood has a crisp cartouche and some minor dents and scratches. 4-49727 FS69 (1,000-2,000)

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KRAG MODEL 1896 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-40. Standard rifle with 30” bbl, standard sights with brass muzzle cover in a 1-pc walnut stock with hand guard. It has stacking swivel and sling swivels with a smooth steel buttplate with trap containing a three piece jointed wiping rod and original nickeled oiler. The left side of the stock has a crisp cartouche dated 1898. SN 61932. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and receiver retain about 95% strong bright original blue with scattered pinpoints of very fine surface rust. The sideplate and cartridge box retain about 95% mottled case colors. The extractor about 90% niter blue. Wood is sound and retains most of its fine oil finish with light handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore, lightly frosted in the grooves. 4-49593 JR138 (800-1,200)

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*KRAG MODEL 1898 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-40. Standard rifle with 30” round bbl, pedestal front sight, military rifle rear sight, 1-pc walnut stock with hand guard and partially visible cartouche. It is accompanied by a brass and leather military sling. SN 143672. CONDITION: Very good, bbl retains about 90% dull original blue. The receiver is mostly a blue brown patina, the sideplate and cartridge box are mottled blackish patina. The bolt body has several spots of pitting. The extractor is brown patina. Wood is sound, dark, and oil stained with moderate nicks and dings and a bruise on the comb. The sling has some loose stitching with verdigris and has some dry rot. Bright shiny bore. 4-49744 JR149 (400-600)

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*SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1899 KRAG CARBINE. Cal .30-40. 22” round bbl. The “JLA” cartouche is dated 1901. Sights and action have been updated to Model 1899 configuration although the receiver is marked Model 1898. The firing pin has the small diameter knurled surface at the rear. SN 286446. CONDITION: 85% thinning blue on bbl, 90% thinning blue on the extractor and trigger guard. Buttplate is mostly gray with some pitting. There is a 3” sliver missing from a foreend in front of the magazine, otherwise the wood is very good. Action is fine, bore is very good. 4-49748 FS77 (750-1,250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH GUN. Cal. 12 ga. Usual configuration with 21” cylinder choke bbl, perforated hand guard with bayonet lug and sling loop. Receiver has a large US and flaming bomb at the left rear side and a small flaming bomb on top of bbl. The buttstock has a stamped #9 or 6 on the right side, otherwise it is unmarked. It has uncheckered wood with small ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with sling loop. SN 953423. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Bbl and magazine tube retain 95-96% dull original blue. The receiver retains 94-95% strong bright original blue with minor scratches and edge wear. Wood is sound with numerous small scratches in the finish and a couple of bruises on the right side, otherwise retains 85-90% original finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49613 JR231 (1,750-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH GUN. Cal. 12 ga. Usual configuration, solid frame with 20” cylinder bbl, blued perforated steel handguard with bayonet lug and sling swivels. The left side of the receiver has a large flaming bomb and the left side of bbl is stamped “US Property”. The buttstock is highly figured with “GHD” cartouche on the left side and has a Winchester logo black hard rubber buttplate. It has the small round ribbed forearm. SN 518516. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain about 90% original blue, thin on the magazine tube. The handguard retains 95-97% strong bright original blue. The receiver retains 35-40% thin original blue with the balance silver brown patina. Wood is sound with the buttstock having been cleaned. Retains about 20% original varnish. The forearm is dark and retains traces of original finish. Bright shiny bore with scattered light pitting. 4-49731 JR148 (800-1,200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 97 TRENCH GUN. Cal 12ga. Standard trench gun with 20” cylinder bbl, perforated hand guard with bayonet lug and sling loop with a corresponding loop in the buttstock. It has uncheckered wood with round ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with Winchester hard rubber buttplate. The wrist is wrapped with braided wire apparently to support a cracked wrist. The right forward side of the frame is marked is marked “US” over a flaming bomb. No other military markings are present. Accompanied by a Remington pattern 14 bayonet with original date of 1913 and redated “10 17”. SN 674057. CONDITION: Good, as previously noted, metal retains a smooth plum brown patina with dark blue on the magazine tube and in sheltered areas on the receiver. The hand guard is a dark gray patina. The forearm is sound and retains about 75% original finish. The buttstock, with its cracked wrist and wire wrappings, retains about 85% original finish. Good bore with moderate pitting. Bayonet is about good, with cleaned blade and dark handles. 4-49241-579 JR526 (500-1,000)

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*SCARCE STEVENS MODEL 520-30 MILITARY TRENCH GUN. Cal. 12 ga. Usual configuration with 20” bbl, uncheckered wood with black hard rubber buttplate and military sling swivels. It has an “S” marked perforated steel hand guard with bayonet lug. The left side of the receiver has a small “U.S.” a “P” proof and flaming bomb stamps. The top of the receiver and correspondingly on bbl are “P” proofs. The right side of bbl has another “P” proof and small flaming bomb. SN 67690. CONDITION: Very fine, retains about 95% of its military brushed blue finish to the metal with the bayonet lug a purplish tone. The hand guard has some minor spots of rust pitting. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oiled finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49604 JR142 (1,000-1,500)

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*MARTIALLY MARKED REMINGTON MODEL 11 RIOT SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Usual configuration with 22” plain cylinder bbl, including a Polychoke. The receiver and top of bbl are marked with a small U.S. and flaming bomb. It has straight grain walnut with uncheckered forearm and checkered stock that is probably a replacement, with mottled brown hard rubber buttplate. SN 464050. CONDITION: Very good, as noted, retaining 85-90% military finish overall. Wood is sound with the forearm retaining a fine hand polished patina and the stock about 95% of its original finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49377 JR173 (400-600)

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*MARTIALLY MARKED REMINGTON MODEL 11 TRAINING SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 ga. Made on Browning’s patent with 26” plain bbl with Cutts Compensator. It has matte military finish and is so marked “MILITARY FINISH” on the left side of the receiver. The left side of the receiver and top of bbl are stamped “U.S.” with flaming bomb. The stock has the inspector mark “FJA” with the ordnance corps wheel. Wood has an oil finish with mottled brown Remington hard rubber buttplate. These shotguns were purchased by the military in WWII and used for arial gunnery training. SN 705457. CONDITION: Very good, as noted with the added Cutts Compensator. The metal retains 95% plus military finish with very fine, light surface rust overall. The forearm has a hairline at the rear edge, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49623 JR158 (400-600)

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*GERMAN G43 SEMI-AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 8X57. Standard WWII issue rifle with “duv 44” code, with 21” round bbl, high front sight with hood, laminated stock and forearm with black painted magazine. It has a sniper scope rail on the right rear side of the receiver and a trap in the sheet metal buttplate. It has 1200 yd military sight. The stock has several Waffenampt marks and is matching numbered to the receiver. SN 5196h. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching, retains most of its original finish to the metal. The receiver and bolt cover are very rough castings. The stock has some delamination near the right side cross bolt and the forearm has three repaired crack and it all retains most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49619 JR232 (1,500-2,000)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 1917 BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard rifle with 11-17 dated bbl, 1-pc walnut stock with hand guard. It has a Remington bolt and is accompanied by a 1918 dated brass and leather sling with both keepers. SN 38751. CONDITION: Very fine plus, the metal retains about 90% original thin blue. Wood is sound and retains about all of its original oil finish. The sling is dark and supple. Bright shiny bore. 4-49720 JR151 (300-500)

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*EDDYSTONE MODEL 1917 MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard rifle with 7-18 dated bbl, winged front sight, ladder rear sight, Eddystone marked bolt and 1-pc walnut stock with handguard with “NOBUCKL” canvas sling. Accompanied by a magazine single shot adapter. SN 224194. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with only minor handling and storage marks and a small bruise on the wrist and another on the butt. The sling is fine. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49719 JR152 (400-600)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1917 RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard rifle with 10-18 dated bbl, winged front sight, ladder rear sight, Eddystone marked bolt and 1-pc walnut stock with handguard. SN 458919. CONDITION: Very fine, the metal retains most of its greenish black Parkerized finish with scattered fine surface rust on the trigger guard. It has Winchester proofed handguard with an Eddystone cutoff. The stock and forearm retain most of an arsenal redone oil finish. Strong bright bore dark in the grooves. 4-49718 JR153 (350-500)

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*SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1A SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 308. Early commercial M-14 knockoff using military parts on a Springfield Armory, Inc. action, M-14 walnut stock with fiber upper hand guard and canvas sling with 20 round magazine. The receiver is mounted with a standard scope mount containing a 3-9X ART-II scope. SN 029110. CONDITION: Excellent. Metal retains most of its original light gray parkerizing. Wood has been lightly restored with oil finish, bright shiny bore, and excellent optics. 4-49338 JR10 (2,500-4,000)

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*VERY EARLY BUSHMASTER SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 223. SN R001182. Bushmaster’s first attempt at an AR-15 look-alike with 20” bbl, M-16-style adjustable sights, machined aluminum receiver and lower with black-painted wood stock and forearm and a Bushmaster pistol grip. Accompanied by a military surplus 30-round mag. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains 95-97% original factory finish with a chip in the stock. Bright shiny bore. 4-49382 JR429 (400-700)

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*RUGER MINI 14 RANCH RIFLE. Cal. 223. Usual configuration with 18” tapered round bbl, sleeve-mounted front sight with integral bases on the receiver and a folding rear sight. It has 1-pc wood stock with black fiber handguard. Accompanied by its original cardboard box and shipping sleeve. SN 187-19793. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with minor handling and sue marks. Box is fine. Bright shiny bore. 4-49380 JR428 (250-400)

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*RUSSIAN MOISIN NAGANT MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 7.62X54. Standard rifle dated 1937 with 29” bbl, standard sights, having a five-pointed star with an arrow over the chamber. SN 40328. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 85-90% of its military finish. Mismatched, sound wood with 75% original finish. Strong dark bore that may clean. 4-49409 JR132 (75-150)

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JOHNSON SEMI AUTO RIFLE BAYONET W/SCABBARD. CONDITION: Roughly finished but blade shows no wear. Scabbard is slightly scuffed at the tip with some wear at the belt loop. 4-49642 FS300 (250-350)

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JOHNSON SEMI AUTO RIFLE BAYONET W/SCABBARD. SN 2650 on the bayonet 37572 on the scabbard. CONDITION: Roughly finished but blade shows no wear. Scabbard is dirty and oil soaked. 4-49641 FS299 (200-300)

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LOT OF 4 U.S. BAYONETS. 1) 1903 bayonet #320174 dated 1908 in canvas covered scabbard with leather tip marked “H. B.” 2) 1903 bayonet #158872 dated 1909 in canvas scabbard with leather tip marked “R.I.A.” 3) Remington Model 1917 dated 26 in a green painted leather scabbard dated 1918. 4) 1903 bayonet #188828 dated 1910 in a leather scabbard marked “R.I.A. / 1907. / H.C.K.” on the reverse and “R.I.A. / 1921” on the front. CONDITION: 1) Fine with bright blade. Leather tip is scuffed. 2) Fine overall blue blade. The tip is lightly scuffed. 3) Fine. Parkerized blade, blue hilt. 4) heavy blood spot pitting on the blade, otherwise very good with light scuffs on the scabbard. 4-49758, 4-49762, 4-49763, 4-49764 FS265 (400-600)

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LOT OF 4 U.S. BAYONETS. 1) 1816 with modified locking slot. CONDITION: Poor. 2) 1903 dated 1918 #1030957. Blued blade, canvas covered scabbard marked “NG”. CONDITION: Fine. 3) Stet “U.C.” Garand bayonet in green plastic scabbard #1527083. CONDITION: Small chip missing from right scale, otherwise fine. 4) Millpar M6 in M8 scabbard. CONDITION: Fine. 4-49516-677 FS278 (200-400)

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LOT OF 2 U.S. BAYONETS. 1) Krag dated 1900. CONDITION: Bright blade, 50% blue on scabbard, mostly brown patina on hilt. 2) U.S. Navy training bayonet. 16” plastic blade marked “U.S.N. / MARK 1” on the left metal ricasso and “B.N.Co.VP / NORD-3066” on the right in a green plastic scabbard with metal throat marked “USN / MK 1”. CONDITION: Fine. 4-49765, 4-49766 FS266 (200-400)

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WINCHESTER SWORD BAYONET. Standard bayonet with 15-7/8” bright blade with wide fuller, thick bright handguard with 5/8” bbl port and smooth wood handles with two rivets. It is marked on the face of the handguard “Winchester Repeating Arms Co.”. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retains virtually all its original factory bright finish to both metal and wood. 4-49293 JR287 (150-300)

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LOT OF 5 BAYONETS AND FIGHTING KNIFE. 1) Enfield No. 4 MKII round spike with metal scabbard. 2) No. 7 MK-1/2. Light canvas scabbard. 3) FAL 1947, no scabbard. 4) Unidentified 11-3/4”, metal scabbard. 5) 18” Socket # 20 on socket, no scabbard. 6) Unmarked Mark IV type fighting knife with scabbard and sharpening stone CONDITION: Good, except fighting knife is new. 4-49516 FS277 (200-350)

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FANCY PHILIPPINO SWORD. Fine early sword with 25-3/4” curved, flat-ground, tapered blade with carved ebony handle and brass ferrule. It is accompanied by a raised carved mahogany scabbard bound with braided very fine wood strips. It has an ebony tip with brass band. The right side is carved in a raised pattern near the top. CONDITION: Extremely fine. The blade is clean and bright with a good edge. The handle has a crack on the right side and a couple of chips to the decorative carving. The scabbard is very fine, sound and retains about 90% of its original varnish. 4-49511-573 JR454 (200-400)

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LOT OF MACHETE AND TWO BAYONETS. 1) Collins 808 machete with leather scabbard and spurious U.S.MC. marks. 2) Unmarked hand forged 15-1/2” triangular blade socket bayonet, probably European. 3) 15-1/2” Model 1855 socket bayonet. CONDITION: All are rusty. The scabbard on No. 1 is good. 4-50026 FS204 (100-300)

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*JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE. Cal. 6.5 JAP. Standard carbine with 19” bbl, one-piece stock with hand guard and canvas sling with dust cover. SN 85728. CONDITION: Fine. Good strong blue, slightly battered wood, missing wiping rod, rusty dust cover, bolt handle and buttplate. Strong dark bore. 3-30039 JR543 (100-200)

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*JAPANESE TYPE 38 RIFLE. Cal. 6.5 JAP. Standard rifle with 31-1/2” bbl, full length stock with hand guard. Accompanied by a white canvas belt with silver buckle that has a 4-point star in the center. SN 50988. CONDITION: Good. Mum is obliterated. Moderate to heavy rust. Good wood. Dark bore. 3-30038 JR544 (100-200)

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SWORD CANE AND SHOOTING STICK. 1) Unmarked 16” triangular blade in a carved wooden cane with aluminum tip. CONDITION: The quality is poor. Slight rust on the blade, heavy varnish on the exterior. 2) 62” shooting stick has two ferrules for dividing it. A brass horn is attached to the wrist strap. CONDITION: Fine. 4-49046, 4-49047 FS131 (100-150)

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LOT OF 11 PHILIPPINE KNIVES & PHOTOGRAPHS. The knives consist of: six large fighting blades, four of which have wood scabbards, one with a wavy decorated blade and pearl inlaid handle; another has a carved and painted scabbard with pearl inlay; another is a blade only which is very wavy with decorated ricasso; and another is mahogany ceremonial knife. Four of the pieces are small knives, two of which have scabbards, one with a wide wavy blade. The other two are dirks and there is an accompanying empty scabbard. Also accompanies is small book written in Japanese and eight war time photographs of battle damage and Philippino children. Another shows Philippine civilians leaving a landing barge. Two photos are of the battle dead. and another picture is of three Japanese officers with Japanese writing. CONDITION: Photos are fine, slightly yellowed, book has a loose spine but otherwise appears intact. The knives are generally good with some loose wrappings on the scabbards. 4-49104 JR529 (500-1,000)

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*RARE MARTIALLY MARKED COLT MODEL 1903 GENERAL OFFICERS PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Rare blued finish general officers pistol with “U.S. Property” on the right side of the frame. It has checkered wood grips with silver medallions and a solid blue magazine. SN 561041. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. Retains 88-90% strong bright original blue with light muzzle and edge wear and three spots of cleaned rust on the right side of the slide, a scratch at the top rear of the slide and with some scattered fine pinpoints of rust on the frame. The grip straps are strong and bright. Extremely fine grips. Bright shiny bore. 4-49144 JR262 (1,500-2,000)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 GENERAL OFFICER’S PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Parkerized version of the venerable pocket pistol with “U.S. Property” on the right side of the frame and usual markings elsewhere. Full checkered walnut grips with silver Colt medallions. It is accompanied by an original issue craft paper box, numbered to another pistol in the same series, which contains a special instruction booklet and an original owner’s pamphlet along with a Lt. Colonel’s insignia. SN 569724. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retains virtually all its gray/green Parkerizing, crisp grips with bright shiny bore. The box has broken corners and has been taped but is original. 4-49160 JR255 (2,250-2,750)

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*EARLY COLT MODEL 1911 MILITARY PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Blued finish with 5” bbl, last patent date 1911 with thin front sight and rounded rear sight. It has full checkered large diamond walnut grips and a 2-tone lanyard-loop magazine. There is the number 1156 on the right rear side of the frame and it has the small United States property on the left forward edge of the frame. SN 26027. CONDITION: Very fine, the slide retains 94-96% strong bright original blue with muzzle and edge wear and a few scattered white spots and two or three small nicks. The front sight has had the top flattened and the rear sight slightly opened. The frame retains 92-94% strong bright original blue with edge wear and thin grip frame with a small spot of patina on the left forward part of the frame. Grips show moderate wear, more on the right side with one battered grip screw. Bbl is a commercial replacement, otherwise the parts all appear to be original 1911. Bright shiny bore. 4-50056 JR305 (1,500-2,500)

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*SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard 1911 with 5” bbl, narrow front sight and square rear sight. It has usual slide markings with flaming bomb at the rear of the slide and on the left side of the frame with “U.S. Property” on the left forward side of the frame and a small American eagle on the right side of the slide. SN 78370. CONDITION: Good to very good. The slide retains 30-40% dull original blue with the balance brown patina. The frame retains 15-20% blue with the balance patina and the grip frame silver/gray. Grips are very fine with some minor mashed diamonds and may be old original equipment replacements. Bbl, bushing, slidelock, thumb safety and springcap are replacement Colt parts. The hammer, grip safety and other parts appear to be original. The magazine is a WWI flat bottom, two-tone in fair condition. Bright shiny bore, dark in the grooves. 4-49636 JR335 (1,000-1,500)

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*EARLY COLT MODEL 1911 MILITARY PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Blued finish with 5” bbl, last patent date 1911 with thin front sight and rounded rear sight. It has full checkered large diamond walnut grips and a 2-tone lanyard-loop magazine. It has the small United States property on the left forward edge of the frame. SN 20641. CONDITION: About very good, slide has flaked to about 60% strong bright original blue remaining with the initials HFH lightly scratched on the right rear end(may have belonged to Hugh Hefner when he was in the Army). The flaked area on the right side has scattered rust pitting. The frame retains 85-90% strong bright original blue with thin grip straps, silver patina. Grips show moderate to heavy wear and the magazine about 90% with the white area a light patina, one side of the base has been scratched “Morch 11-12-1918”. Bbl is a replacement with worn dark bore. 4-50048 JR312 (800-1,200)

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*VERY EARLY COLT COMMERCIAL GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. First year production with the last patent date of 1911, thin front sight and round top rear sight. The serial number is in small numerals on the left forward side of the frame, the right side of the frame is marked “Colt Automatic/Calibre 45” and it has “government model” in small letters on the right forward side of the frame. It is equipped with niter blue trigger, slide lock, thumb safety, hammer and magazine release and is fitted with large diamond checkered walnut grips. It has a post war commercial magazine. SN C687. CONDITION: Good to very good, the slide is flaked to about 70% high polish bright original blue with the flaked areas a light patina with very fine pitting. The frame retains 90-93% high polish bright original blue with thinned front strap and dulled spring housing. The trigger, slide lock, thumb safety, and hammer retain generous amounts of their original bright niter blue. Grips show moderate wear with one battered screw. Bbl is a later replacement with worn dark bore. 4-50043 JR316 (1,500-2,500)

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*COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard model 1911 with Parkerized finish, last patent date on the slide is 1911, checkered brown plastic grips with new magazine. SN 187017. CONDITION: Fine, retains most of its Parkerized finish with three small chemical spots on the left side and a spot on the slide. Good grips. Bright shiny bore with scattered light pitting near the chamber. 4-49323 JR348 (500-800)

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*COLT PRE WAR POST WAR GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL. Cal. 38 Super. Early post-war pistol (1947) with 5” bbl marked on the right side of the slide “Colt Super .38 automatic” with rampant horse. It has military style brown plastic grips with large doughnuts and an original Colt all blue magazine. This model is referred to as the “fat barrel”. It is reported that immediately after the war when Colt began making the 38 super, they only had one size bbl blank and that was for the 45ACP. So when they bored for the 38 caliber it left a heavier bbl wall than on later production pieces. SN 43620. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains 97-98% strong bright original finish overall with minor muzzle and very slight edge wear. Grips are crisp with a bright shiny bore. 4-50053 JR310 (1,000-1,500)

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*COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. WWI production, shipped March 19, 1918 to Springfield Armory. It is a standard 1911 with 5” bbl, large diamond checkered walnut grips with original type 2-tone magazine with “R” code. Bbl has “P” & “H” inspector marks parallel to the bore with a large “N” on the right side of the lug. SN 255087. CONDITION: Good to very good, slide retains 75-80% thin blue-brown, strong and bright in the sheltered areas. The frame retains about 60% bright blue with gray-brown front strap and spring housing. Strong bore, frosted in the grooves. 4-49372 JR321 (800-1,400)

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*SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard 1911 with 5” bbl, diamond checkered walnut grips and a two-tone lanyard loop magazine. It has standard marking with flaming bombs on the slide and left side of the frame with U.S.. Property marking on the left forward side of the frame and a small American eagle on the right side of the slide. The front strap is hand-stamped “TRD 45 NJ”. SN 78804. CONDITION: Very good to fine. The slide retains 85-90% original blue mixed with dark patina. The frame retains 50-60% good original blue mixed with patina and rust pitting on the thumb safety. The right side of the frame, in the area of the serial number, appears to have been cleaned and artificially aged. Grips show heavy wear but are sound. Bbl, bushing, slide lock, spring guide and thumb safety appear to be replacement Colt parts. The magazine is very fine. Bright shiny bore. 4-49608 JR337 (1,000-1,500)

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*COLT RAF MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 455 Eley. Standard RAF issue 1911 with 5” bbl, marked on the skirt with the caliber and various proofs. It has full diamond checkered walnut grips with an original type, two-tone, lanyard loop magazine with the caliber marking on the base and a Canadian broad arrow. The left side of the receiver and slide has crossed flag proof marks and the frame has a Canadian broad arrow. SN W54286. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains virtually all of an extremely fine professionally restored finish; so good, that it almost appears original. The magazine is also a restored finish, with a small wrinkle near the base. The grips show moderate wear, heavier on the right side. Mechanics are very fine with a brilliant shiny bore. 4-50052 JR308 (1,000-1,500)

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*COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. 1918 Production with the soft brushed military finish, large diamond checkered walnut grips with an all blue pinned base magazine. Bbl has “P” & “H” inspector marks perpendicular to the bore. SN 305651. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, a fantastic restoration with the polishing marks all in the proper directions and patterns. The color is absolutely correct for a 1918 gun and the individual small pieces are all correct. Grips show minor handling wear to the diamond points. The magazine is fine, the bore is strong with fine frosting. 4-50036 JR322 (1,000-1,500)

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130

*COLT MODEL 1911A1 SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard 11A1 with 5” bbl, parkerized finish with checkered brown plastic grips. It has a “WB” inspector mark on the left side. Accompanied by a spare, all blue post-war commercial magazine and a Boyt 43 “U.S.” marked holster. SN 823599. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine, all matching including the slide, which is numbered to the pistol. Retains 96-97% strong clean original parkerized finish with light muzzle wear and minor wear on bbl skirt. Grips and magazine are fine. The holster is about new with some verdigris around the rivets and stud. Bright shiny bore. 4-49118 JR275 (500-800)

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*COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard 1911 with 5” bbl, Parkerized finish with brown checkered plastic grips and a full blue magazine. It has a Springfield 512 inspector mark on the frame and “U.S. Property” on the left forward side of the frame. It is not arsenal marked, but surely is an arsenal refinish. SN 463395. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains 97-99% fine gray/green Parkerizing with some minor scratches and a wear spot on the slide. Bright shiny bore. 4-49637 JR336 (500-1,000)

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*REMINGTON RAND 1911 A-1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. Standard 11 A-1 with 5” bbl, checkered brown plastic grips with an all-blue original R-code magazine. It has standard markings with the Ordnance Corps wheel on the right rear of the frame. SN 1358070. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its original gray-green Parkerizing with only minor edge wear. It has a blue high-standard bbl. Grips are exceptionally fine and the magazine has light pitting on one side. Bright shiny bore. 4-49373 JR366 (900-1,200)

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*COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY PISTOL. Cal. 38 ACP. Blued finish with 6” bbl, fixed sights, a lanyard loop at the left heel and rampant Colt black hard rubber grips. SN 36678. CONDITION: Very fine, retains about 90% strong bright original blue overall with 3 or 4 spots of cleaned rust on the slotting, light muzzle wear and sharp edge wear. The grip frame retains most of its original bright blue finish and the hammer about 95% dark case colors. Grips are fine showing light wear. Strong bright bore, lightly pitted in the grooves. 4-49151 JR258 (2,000-3,000)

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*COLT MODEL 1903 HAMMER POCKET REVOLVER. Cal. 38 ACP. Blued finish, with 4-1/2” bbl, spur hammer with rampant Colt hard rubber grips, solid blue magazine. SN 40932 CONDITION: Very fine, overall retains about 90% strong bright original blue with a large thin spot on the right side of the slide with fine pitting in the same area. The top of the slide has been lightly cleaned and the blue is thin. The hammer retains about 98% strong bright original case colors. Extremely fine grips, bright shiny bore. 4-50049 JR307 (400-700)

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135

*WEBLEY FOSBERY SEMI-AUTO REVOLVER. Cal. 455. Believed to be a 1st model with large frame, 6” ribbed bbl, fixed sights with “Birmingham” marking and with the Webley & Scott flying bullet trademark on the left side of the frame along with the caliber. The left side of bbl and right side of the frame are stamped in tiny letters “J.J.Palmer’s Son”. It has 2-pc checkered hard rubber grips and a lanyard ring in the butt. It also has a thumb safety on the left side. SN 2992. CONDITION: Fine, retains about 75-80% original blue with the balance a blue-gray patina with scattered light pitting. The left grip has a chip and the right is turning chocolate. Bright shiny bore with scattered pitting. Crisp mechanics. 4-49258 JR377 (3,000-5,000)

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*COLT COMMERICAL GOVERNMENT MODEL PISTOL. Cal .45 ACP. Nickel finish with diamond checkered walnut grips. Acccompanied by a homemade walnut box. SN C132324. CONDITION: Fair, retains about 90% of a poor renickel over fine pitting. Grips are much worn. Worn dark bore, good mechanics. Box is fine. 4-49427 JR472 (300-500)

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*FEMARU MODEL 37M PISTOL. Cal. 32 ACP. Fine pre-WWII pistol with 4” bbl, commercial blue finish with serrated wood grips. Accomapnied by an original leather military flap holster that has a 2-magazine pouch on the front. SN 105299 CONDITION: Fine, retains 94-96% original blue with good grips that have been painted white. Holster is good with light wear. Strong bright bore with light pitting. 4-49083 JR459 (150-250)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 DA ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 45 ACP/AUTO RIM. Standard 1917 with 5-1/2” bbl, integral half-moon front sight, marked on the bottom “UNITED STATES PROPERTY”. It has a small flaming bomb on the left side of the frame with usual marking on the bottom of the butt with lanyard loop and 2-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by a brown leather “US” marked “1917” dated holster with rawhide thong. SN 30746. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains virtually all its bright original finish with only a faint hairline on side plate and very minor sharp edge wear. Fine grips and bright shiny bore. Holster is fine. 4-49117 JR277 (500-800)

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*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 ACP/AR. Martially marked with United States Property on the bottom of bbl. It has blue finish, 5-1/2” bbl with integral half-moon front sight and smooth 2-pc walnut grips with a lanyard loop in the butt. It has usual markings on the butt. SN 36082. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine, retains 96-97% strong bright original blue with light muzzle wear and a few light scratches on bbl. The frame and cylinder have fine edge wear and the backstrap is slightly thinned. The hammer retains most of its original bright case colors and the trigger about 60% colors. Grips are fine with bright shiny bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-49633 JR339 (400-700)

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*MARTIALLY MARKED COLT MODEL 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45 ACP/AR. Standard 1917 with modified front sight, 5-1/2” bbl, “U.S. Property “ marked on the bottom, smooth walnut grips with usual butt markings and a lanyard loop in the bottom. There is the number “1,00086” hand-stamped on the bottom forward edge of the frame. SN 43919. CONDITION: About very good. Bbl retains about 80% thin original blue turning plum. The frame retains about 90% strong bright original blue with a worn backstrap. Grips are sound, nicked and scratched. Strong bright bore. 4-49774 JR342 (400-600)

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*COLT NEW SERVICE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 44-40. Blued finish with 5-1/2” bbl, usual markings with added ivory bead front sight and fixed rear sight. It has aftermarket checkered 2-pc walnut grips. SN 336999. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, as noted above, retains 96-97% strong bright original blue with only very minor muzzle and sharp edge wear. Grips are fine. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50042 JR315 (550-750)

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*COLT MODEL 1917 MILITARY REVOLVER. Cal. 45 ACP/AR. Usual configuration with 5-1/2” bbl, modified original front sight, United States property on the bottom of bbl, and usual markings on the butt, with a Lanyard loop. It has replacement brown plastic Colt medallion grips. The left side of the frame above the trigger is stamped “AA” signifying rework at Augusta Arsenal. SN 151960. CONDITION: Good to very good, retains 80-85% of the reworked finish with most of the finish loss on the trigger guard and grip frame which are a silver-gray patina. Grips are fine, the mechanics are fine, strong frosted bore. 4-50037 JR319 (300-500)

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WWI BRAIDED 1911 LANYARD. Braided green cotton, double lanyard, approximately 33” long with iron fittings and snap, patent date 1917. CONDITION: Unused. 4-49374 JR516 (50-150)

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POLISH FLARE GUN. Cal 26.8mm. 7-1/8” part oct bbl. Marked “”PERKUM”” on the left side of the frame and “WZ1924” on the left side of bbl. A “Z” inside a circle under the Polish eagle is stamped on the right side of bbl with the serial and the left side of the hammer. SN 3191. CONDITION: Poor, with heavy crusty rust and deep pitting on the iron parts. Left grip has a large chip missing above the finger groove, the right has several chips and gouges. Mechanically not working. 4-50026 X69 (300-500)

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U.S. NAVY DECK OFFICER’S TELESCOPE. Ten power scope marked “US Navy/BU Ships” and dated “1942”. Overall 23” long with leather-covered body and black-enameled ends. CONDITION: Appears to be fine. The leather covering mostly intact. 90% black enamel. Good optics, however the focus ring is frozen. 4-49241-569 JR371 (200-300)

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145A.

LOT OF ACCESSORIES FOR SMITH & WESSON MODEL 76 MACHINE PISTOL. Lot consists of an original canvas carrying case with two mag pouches on the outside and web carrying handles with zipper closure. Contained inside is an aluminum detachable stock and two 36 round parkerized 9mm magazines, possibly for MAC 10. Also included in this lot are two original spare magazines for Smith & Wesson light rifle along with bbl wrenches. CONDITION: Canvas case, wire stock and magazines are very fine. Carbine magazines are new in the wrapper. 4-48289 (300-500)

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*TAYLOR FUR GETTER TRAP GUN. Cal. 22. Mostly brass construction with steel pins and a steel hook with a large wood screw attached to a pintle on the bottom. The left side is marked “Taylor Fur Getter/F.C. Taylor Fur Co. St. Louis, MO.” and the right side marked “Pat’ June 2, 1914/Other Pats Pending”. This device was designed for and used by trappers to kill fur-bearing animals in abstentia. A piece of bait was attached to the hook in front of the muzzle, bbl was loaded and cocked and screwed into a log, tree or fence post and when the animal tugged on the bait, the weapon discharged, killing the animal. NSN CONDITION: Complete and original. Retains 75-80% of its original bright finish with the balance a mellow dark patina. there are vice marks on the side of bbl. the bore is bright and shiny. 4-49340 (600-900)

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WWII JAPANESE BATTLE FLAG. Framed flag 29” wide by 25-1/2” high with a large red circle on white background. The white background is almost completely covered with Japanese writing. In the upper left corner is an English notation dated “Feb 24th 1944”. The notation reads “This Japanese battle flag is presented by Col. C.L. Fix commanding the 65th Regt. 22nd Division to Col. Carleton Smith Chief liaison officer of the Div. commemorating the capture of TARO and YAWNPANG GA by 65th Regt.” CONDITION: Soiled and faded with a hole in the meatball with scattered rusty brown stains that may be blood. There are several other small holes in the white body. 4-49038 JR528 (400-700)

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JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 26-5/8” blade. Plain modern mounts. Fine irregular loop temper line. Spring release hilt is fastened by one brass screw and one mekugi under a lacquered braid wrapping. The scabbard, fuchi and kashira are decorated with light spattered black lacquer. Plan oval tsuba. CONDITION: 4” area of light surface 6” from the tip, otherwise only minor spotting. Scabbard is cracked on one side with losses around the throat and tiny chips missing elsewhere. 4-50147 FS153 (500-1,000)

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JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 26-1/8” blade with no signature. The temper line is irregular, the tsuba and other mounts are not matching. The fuchi and kashira are brass and decorated with koi. The menuki appear to be blossoms, possibly lotus. The scabbard is a replacement and does not quite fit the blade. CONDITION: The blade is generally clean, but has several small nicks in the edge, a rust spot 3” ahead of the tang, and one slight delamination. 4-49113 FS132 (1,000-2,000)

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SHIN GUNTO JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. 26-1/4” machine made blade with straight temper line. Five Kanji characters on right side of tang, seven on the left and two on top. Military mounts. CONDITION: Some very tiny nicks on the edge of the blade and light pitting and oil etching on the sides. Mounts are fine. 4-49524 FS256 (250-500)

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150A.

WWII JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD. Issue sword with 27-1/2” slightly curved blade, wide fuller with serial number and flat tsuba. The handle is cast alloy painted brown with integral menuki. No temper line is visible. It is accompanied by a green-painted iron scabbard and belt with sword hangar. The bottom fitting has three proof marks; one is of four intertwining circles. SN 85618. CONDITION: Blade is bright with some scattered surface rust spotting. Handle retains 90% brown paint and scabbard 85% green paint. Belt is dry. 3-30037 JR534 (200-300)

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150B.

AMES 1842 PATTERN CALVARY SABER. Standard saber with 35-1/2” curved blade dated “1849” with inspector marks and “U.S.” on the right ricasso. It has three-branch knuckle guard with leather wrapped handle. No scabbard. CONDITION: Poor to fair. Blade has deep rust pitting under a dark brown patina. Most of the wire wrap is missing. 3-30036 JR535 (150-250)

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PAIR OF COLT 2ND GENERATION 1860 ARMY CAVALRY COMMEMORATIVE REVOLVERS. Cal .44 perc. Issued in the 1980’s these revolvers come complete in their original Styrofoam boxes with a matching numbered stock, a bullet mold, nipple wrench and reproduction Eley cap box. They also are accompanied by a fine blue velvet lined walnut display case. Complete in their original shipping carton. SN 1626US & US1626. CONDITION: As new, appear unfired and retain virtually all of their original factory finish to metal and wood. Display case and accessories are equally new. 4-49768 JR514 (800-1,200)

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NAVY ARMS REPRODUCTION OF A LEECH & RIGDON PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Cased with accessories, blued bbl & cylinder with case colored hammer, brass frame, and 1-pc walnut grips. SN 581. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new, appears unfired, the case and accessories are also new. 4-49241-565 JR306 (300-500)

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153

CASED REPLICA COLT WALKER REVOLVER. Cal .44. 9” part oct bbl. Oak casing lined with light brown velvet and containing the proper tools. SN 03061. CONDITION: As new, cylinder appears to be unturned. 4-49519 FS314 (500-800)

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153A.

CVA COPY OF COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY. Cal .44 perc. Probably a kit gun. Standard 60 Army configuration with brass frame, trigger guard and backstrap with homemade walnut box. SN 93853. CONDITION: Fair to good, artifically aged, receiver and grips unfinished. Mechanics need attention. Brown patina overall. Box has a crack on the lid, amateur construction. 4-49435 JR445 (100-200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 52B SPORTER BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine deluxe sporting rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood and Lyman 48 receiver sight. It is mounted in a 1-pc, nicely figured walnut stock with cheek piece, checkered steel buttplate, and black foreend tip, fine checkering and deluxe bases with swivels. The floor plate is marked “Sporting”. Accompanied by one 5 round magazine. SN 55756B. CONDITION: Excellent plus, retains virtually all its original finish to the metal and about all of a professionally restored finish on the stock. The receiver sight also appears to have been refinished. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49267 JR18 (1,500-2,500)

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*DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 03 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 22Auto. Fine deluxe rifle with 20” tapered round bbl, Lyman ivory bead front sight, slot blank in the rear dovetail with about 3X feather crotch cut walnut stock and forearm, with checkered forearm and pistol grip stock that has a smooth steel buttplate. It has a locking Lyman tang sight. Accompanied by a maroon canvas and leather, red velour-lined takedown trunk case. SN 67936. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 98-99% strong bright original blue. The receiver is flaked to about 92-93% strong bright original blue with the flaked areas a light patina. There are a couple of scratches on the receiver. The bolt retains about 80% original niter blue. The wood is sound and retains about 95% of its fine piano varnish with a long, thin bruise, a small grain check and a couple of chips in the finish on the left side of the butt stock. Bright shiny bore. The case is very fine. 4-49341 JR395 (2,000-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 52 MEDIUM WEIGHT TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Early target rifle with 28” medium weight tapered round bbl, globe front sight on a pedestal with scope blocks on bbl and an extended Vaver micrometer adjustable peep sight with large disk aperture. It is mounted in a nicely figured straight grain medium weight walnut stock with bbl band and sling swivels with a checkered steel buttplate. Accompanied by one early 5-round mag. SN 31016. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus, with the metal and wood retaining most of their strong original factory finish with minor handling and use marks on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49265 JR87 (300-500)

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*SPRINGFIELD M1922 M2 MILITARY TRAINING RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. M1 Rifle converted to M2 with bbl date 11-35. It has a 24-1/2” tapered round bbl with usual military front sight and stamped sheet metal sight cover and has a Lyman 48-receiver sight. It is in an early 1-pc stock with square bottom grip, grasping grooves, grooved bbl band with sling swivels and a checkered buttplate. Accompanied by one original 5 round magazine. SN 13334B. CONDITION: About very good, bbl and receiver retain about 90% gray/brown Parkerizing with a couple small spots of caked rust. The trigger guard and floor plate is a gray/brown patina. Wood is sound and retains most of an amateur refinish. The bolt is mismatched and has two different electric pencil serial numbers. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49724 JR146 (400-700)

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*SPRINGFIELD M1922 M2 MILITARY TRAINING RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. M1 Rifle converted to M2 with bbl date 10-31. It has a 24-1/2” tapered round bbl with usual military front sight and stamped sheet metal sight cover and has a Lyman-48 receiver sight. It is in an early 1-pc stock with square bottom grip, grasping grooves, grooved bbl band with sling swivels and a checkered buttplate. Accompanied by one original 5 round magazine. SN 15097B. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and receiver retain about 95% gray brown Parkerizing with some fine pitting on the receiver ring and over the chamber of bbl. The floorplate contains most of its original greenish Parkerizing and the trigger guard is a light patina. The bolt, which is mismatched, is polished bright with the shroud retains most of its original blue. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish with minor handling and use dings and scratches. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49779 JR147 (500-800)

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*RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 697 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22. Scarce little rifle with 25” tapered round bbl, made without sights, and issued with factory scope blocks on which is mounted a Winchester small target scope in Winchester rings. It is mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock and accompanied by a Model 69 marked five-shot magazine. The rear receiver bridge has a dovetail filled with a slot blank. NSN. CONDITION: Fine, bbl and receiver retain 95-96% original blue with scattered fine surface rust and light edge wear. The bolt knob is brown. The trigger guard and floorplate are mostly a blue/brown patina. The magazine release is stuck and the magazine cannot be removed. Wood is sound and retains 60-70% original varnish with chemical spotting and light handling and use marks. The scope rings are a blue/brown patina with the scope body retaining 85-90% greenish lacquer. Bright shiny bore. The optics are clear but the crosshairs are damaged. 4-49216 (600-900)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 510 SMOOTHBORE SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22. Fine little garden pest gun with 24-1/2” round bbl, single bead front sight, counter bored about 1 foot from the muzzle, case colored bolt. It is mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with Remington logo black hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with a series of light surface mars down the left side of the forestock and at the toe. The bolt retains most of its original case colors, bright shiny bore. 4-49261 JR91 (150-300)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SMOOTHBORE PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22LR shot. A scarce rifle with 24” tapered round bbl with single silver bead. It has a flat bottom ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. It has a 1/4” diameter bore at the muzzle, which is counterbored 8”. Receiver has the unusual feature of a 1/4” wide, shallow groove the full length of the top with the proof mark correspondingly off to the left side and there is a small “W” proof mark on the floorplate. SN 51982. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Bbl and receiver retain about all of a very fine professionally restored finish. The magazine tube retains about 75% strong bright original blue. Wood is sound with the stock retaining 94-95% strong bright original varnish and the forearm most of a restored finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49998 JR237 (2,250-3,250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SMOOTHBORE PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22LR shot. Round top rifle with 24” tapered round bbl with single silver bead. It has a flat bottom, ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. It has a rounded crown with a 1/4” diameter bore at the muzzle, which is counterbored 8”. SN 212394. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and magazine tube retain 95-97% original blue turning slightly plum. The receiver retains 95-96% original bright blue with edge wear, slightly thinned on the bottom front edge and with some light wear and a spot or two of pitting on the upper rear. Wood is sound and retains 95-96% strong bright original varnish with light scratches and handling marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-50001 JR234 (2,500-3,250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SMOOTHBORE PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22LR shot. Round top rifle with 24” tapered round bbl with single silver bead. It has a flat bottom ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. It has a 1/4” diameter bore at the muzzle, which is counterbored 8”. SN 209269. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retains 98-99% strong bright original blue over all the metal. Wood is sound and retains 97-98% bright original varnish with a couple of scratches on the forearm and a series of scratches on both sides around the buttplate with four or five other scratches on the right wrist. A near mint example with brilliant shiny bore. 4-49997 JR236 (2,500-3,500)

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*EARLY WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SINGLE CALIBER PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Scarce oct bbl model with 24” bbl, standard open sights with flat bottom, ribbed, bullet shaped forearm and uncheckered pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 32304. CONDITION: Very fine, retains most of a very fine professionally restored finish to the metal and buttstock. The forearm is sound and retains 85-90% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-50002 JR235 (750-1,200)

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*SCARCE SINGLE CALIBER WINCHESTER MODEL 61 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 short. Round top rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, original open sights, flat bottom ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 184906. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood, possibly unfired with only a very minor scrape from the forearm on magazine tube and side of bbl. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49999 JR240 (2,750-3,750)

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*RARE SINGLE CALIBER WINCHESTER MODEL 61 PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22L.Rifle. Standard configuration with 24” tapered round bbl, open sights, round top receiver, flat bottomed ribbed forearm and uncheckered pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 98339. CONDITION: Extremely fine, bbl and magazine tube retain 95-96% strong bright original blue. The receiver retains 95-96% strong bright original blue with some scattered pinpoints of rust. Wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish with minor handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-49314 JR24 (1,750-2,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 61 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22S,L or LR. Standard rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, replacement sights, uncheckered wood with flat bottom ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 113346. CONDITION: Very fine. Metal and wood retain most of an expertly restored finish. The rear sight is missing its elevator. Bright shiny bore. This would make a fine shooter. 4-50000 JR238 (400-700)

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*PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 61 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22S,L or LR. Standard rifle with 24” tapered round bbl, Sheard front sight and original sheet metal rear sight. It has flat bottom, ribbed, bullet shaped forearm with pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. SN 27089. CONDITION: Bbl retains 95-97% strong bright original blue with minor muzzle wear. The receiver retains 96-98% strong bright original blue with a few scattered pinpoints of surface rust and one small area of very fine pitting. The magazine tube is flaked to about 60% blue with the balance light patina. Wood is sound with the stock retaining 92-94% strong original finish with some oil staining in the back of the receiver. The forearm retains most of its original bright varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49996 JR239 (600-1,000)

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WINCHESTER SECOND MODEL 1890 CASE COLORED PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22WRF. Standard grade rifle with 24-3/8” tapered oct bbl, blade front sight with fixed rear sight, tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 42515. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain about 95-96% strong bright original blue with some fine rust spotting. The receiver retains 95-96% strong bright original case colors faded on the top and bottom with the outside of the trigger guard and lower tang mostly gray. Wood is sound and retains 93-95% strong original varnish. The buttplate colors have faded to gray with light surface rust. Bright shiny bore with a spot or two of very fine rust. 4-49270 JR16 (4,500-6,000)

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*WINCHESTER SECOND MODEL 1890 CASE COLORED PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22 short. Standard grade rifles with 24” tapered oct bbl, bead front sight and stamped sheet metal rear sight. It has tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 69903. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain 96-97% strong bright original blue with a very few scattered pinpoints of rust. The receiver retains 96-97% strong bright original case colors with some original shellac. There is a small fingerprint of rust on the right side. The upper tang retains 35-40% faded case colors, bright around the hammer. Lower tang and outside the trigger guard is mostly gray with traces of faded case colors. The buttplate retains about 95% strong dull case colors. Wood is sound and retains 96-98% strong original varnish with a 3” scratch and couple of bruises on the buttstock. Bright shiny bore with a couple spots of pitting. 4-49269 JR17 (4,500-7,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 CASE COLORED PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 short. Standard rifle with 24” tapered oct bbl, blued blade Rocky Mountain front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. It has nicely figured wood with tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. The receiver and buttplate are case colored. SN 77846. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl and magazine tube retain 90-92% strong original blue with a couple of cleaned spots and two or three spots of light rust, the receiver retains 60-70% thin, faded case colors with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound with the forearm retaining 10-15% original varnish and the stock about 90% original varnish. The stock has an area of tiny scratches and prick marks along with other misc. handling and use marks. The buttplate retains traces of case colors, being mostly a silvery patina. Good bore dark in the grooves with moderate pitting. 4-49310 JR20 (2,250-2,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 90 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 WRF. Standard rifle with 24” oct bbl, original sights, tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 821709. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 97-98% strong bright original blue with only very minor edge wear. The magazine tube retains about 95% original blue, flaking to patina. The receiver retains about 75% strong bright original blue with an area of touchup at the left rear over a patch of fine pitting which extends onto the rear of the bolt. The receiver ring also has about half of the top touched up. Wood is sound and retains most of a professionally restored finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-50003 JR242 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 90 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 short. 2nd Model with 22-5/16” oct bbl, thinned front sight with original sheet metal rear sight. It has tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. Accompanied by a Cody Museum yellow sheet. SN 132876. CONDITION: Very fine plus, retains virtually all of an extremely fine professionally restored finish to both metal and wood including case colors to the buttplate, hammer and take down screw. The bore is worn with fine pitting and a ring about midpoint. The firing pin, return spring is either broken, collapsed, or missing and the carrier is out of time. 4-50005 JR241 (700-1,000)

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WINCHESTER SECOND MODEL 1890 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 long. Standard grade rifle with 24” oct bbl, Beach’s front sight and a Lyman tang sight. Bbl rear dovetail has been filled. It has a tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 56149. CONDITION: Fine. Retains most of an old refinish with some scattered fine pitting, the bolt is not refinished, and the hammer appears to be from a model 62. Wood is sound and retains most of its custom finish. Strong dark bore with light pitting. 4-49442 JR13 (400-700)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32 (probably 32 S&W long or 32 Colt). Fine little single-shot plinking rifle with 25-1/4” tapered oct bbl, half nickel Winchester style front sight with two leaf express rear sight. The bolt and trigger guard are case colored. It is mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with bag-shaped checkered grip and smooth steel buttplate. The bolt is numbered to the rifle. SN 6413. CONDITION: Extremely fine, bbl and receiver retain 96-97% strong bright original blue with some light surface discoloration. The bolt and trigger guard retain 50-70% case colors with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish with light handling and use marks. Bright strong bore with moderate pitting just in front of the chamber. 4-49082 JR67 (150-250)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-1/2”oct bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight with adjustable sheet metal rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European walnut stock with sling swivels and a thumb safety on the left side. SN 48070. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal and oil finish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49073 JR66 (150-250)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-1/2”oct bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight with adjustable sheet metal rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European walnut stock and a thumb safety on the left side. SN 41900. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal and oil finish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49075 JR65 (150-250)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-3/8”oct bbl, blade front sight with a fixed rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European walnut stock with a bolt release on the left side of the receiver. Made without a safety. NSN. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 98% of the original blue on the metal and a fine refinish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49074 JR64 (150-250)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-3/8”oct bbl, blade front sight with a fixed rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European walnut stock with sling swivels and a thumb safety on the left side. SN 38440. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal and a fine refinish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49072 JR63 (150-250)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-1/2” round bbl, threaded about 1/2” at the muzzle, Rocky Mountain front sight with adjustable sheet metal rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European birch stock with rear sling swivel and a thumb safety on the left side. SN 57887. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal and oil finish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49078 JR61 (150-250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22 S, L, &LR. Standard rifle with 20” tapered round bbl, bead front sight and model 1890 style stamped sheet metal rear sight. It has a tiny round ribbed forearm and straight stock with Winchester logo black hard rubber buttplate. SN 511015. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl is flaked and retains 25-30% strong original blue with the balance a light patina. The magazine tube retains 60-70% original blue with the balanced flaked to light patina. The receiver and trigger guard retain about 95% strong bright original blue with the balance flaked to a light patina. Wood is sound and retains virtually all its original finish with two or three small bruises on the bottom of the wrist. Bright shiny bore. 4-49268 (800-1,200)

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*VERY EARLY WINCHESTER MODEL 62 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22S.L. or LR. Standard early 62 with 23” tapered round bbl, 3/4 magazine, ribbed bullet shaped forearm with straight stock and checkered steel buttplate. Standard open sights. SN 9951. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains about 90% thinning blue turning plum. The magazine tube is mostly a blue brown patina with good blue in sheltered areas. The receiver retains 92-93% strong bright original blue with some flaking on the right rear and light surface rust on the bottom. The top and bottom tangs are a blue brown. Wood is sound with the forearm retains 30-40% original varnish and is missing one of its screws. The stock retains 85-90% original varnish with numerous small surface nicks, scratches, and dings. Bbl has been counter bored about 2””from the muzzle with the balance bright and shiny and a light ring about 3” from the muzzle. 4-49362 JR28 (350-500)

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*FN BROWNING SLIDE TROMBONE PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine Belgian made pump rifle under Browning’s patent with 22” tapered round bbl, bead front sight and long Remington style, stamped sheet metal rear sight. It has nicely figured European walnut wood with coarse ribbed bullet shaped forearm and uncheckered stock with bag-shaped grip and smooth steel buttplate. SN 79209. CONDITION: Excellent. The metal retains 96-98% strong bright original blue with some fine pinpoints of rust on the right side of the receiver. Wood is sound with the forearm retaining most of its original finish and the buttstock about 90% strong original finish with minor handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-49081 JR69 (150-250)

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*FN COPY OF REMINGTON MODEL 24 SEMI AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Nearly an exact copy of the tiny Remington rifle, 19” round bbl, bead front sight with Remington style, long, stamped sheet metal rear sight. Has a tiny splinter forearm and round knob semi pistol grip stock made of nicely figured European walnut. Bbl is marked with the FN address and Browning’s patent. SN 86144. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and receiver retain 95-97% strong bright original blue. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49080 JR68 (250-400)

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*CHARTER ARMS AR-7 EXPLORER FLOATING TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 22 LR. Black version with 16” bbl, alloy receiver and 7-shot magazine that all fits into the stock with a watertight cover. Accompanied by its original box and instruction pamphlet SN A114131 CONDITION: As new, appears unfired, retains about all its original factory finish. Box is fine. 4-49044 JR465 (150-250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 63 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Standard rifle with 23” tapered round bbl, open sights and uncheckered wood with pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. SN 89060. CONDITION: Excellent plus, retains virtually all its original factory finish to metal and wood with a few minor nicks and scratches to wood finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-49441 JR14 (500-800)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 121 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22S, L or LR. Usual configuration, standard grade rifle, with 24-1/2” tapered round bbl, bead front sight, original sheet metal screwed-on rear sight, long flat bottom ribbed forearm with uncheckered pistol grip stock and checkered aluminum buttplate. SN 150252. CONDITION: Extremely fine, as new. Retains virtually all its fine original factory finish to both metal and wood with one or two very minor handling and storage marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-49263 JR89 (150-300)

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*SAVAGE MODEL 25 PUMP ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22S,L or LR. Early pump rifle with 24” oct bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight, Savage marked sheet metal rear sight. The left side of the receiver drilled and tapped with four holes, mounting a Weaver B-4 side mount scope. SN 5033. CONDITION: Good to very good. The metal retains about 90% dull blue with scattered light surface rust. The sight elevator is missing. The stock has two replaced slivers by the top tang otherwise the wood is sound and retains 90% alligatored finish. Bright shiny bore and good optics. 4-49061 JR127 (100-200)

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*MARLIN MODEL 27S PUMP RIFLE. Cal. 25-20. Standard rifle with 24” oct bbl, broken front sight, filed flat top rear sight, uncheckered wood, ribbed forearm, straight stock and hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Fair to good, the metal retains 60-70% blue turning plum, scattered light rust, sound wood, strong dark bore. 4-49414 JR136 (100-200)

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*BSA MARTINI SINGLE SHOT TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22. Medium weight target rifle with 29” round bbl, Parker-Hale international style globe front sight and micrometer rear sight with variable aperture disc. Wood is walnut with a long beavertail forearm and cheek piece buttstock with checkered wrist 14-3/8” over an ill fitting original BSA hard rubber buttplate. Forearm has sling eyes. It has a Paker-Hale marked brass sight cup with one extra front sight insert in the bottom if the forearm. SN P70042. CONDITION: About very good, bbl retains an overall dull blue/gray patina. Receiver retain about 85-90% dull original blue with light, very fine surface rust. Wood is sound with light use and handling marks, a couple of dings and gouges on the forearm and an extra sling eye hole at the rear of the forearm. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49646 JR160 (250-400)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-1/2”round bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight with adjustable sheet metal rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European birch stock with sling swivels and a thumb safety on the left side. SN 69969. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal and oil finish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49079 JR62 (150-250)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-1/2”round bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight with adjustable sheet metal rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European walnut stock with a thumb safety on the left side. SN 55750. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal. The stock has a crack on the left side below the safety with several creases and use marks in the wood, missing the sling swivels. Bright shiny bore. 4-49077 JR60 (100-200)

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*HUSQVARNA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Fine little plinking rifle with 24-1/2”round bbl, Rocky Mountain front sight with adjustable sheet metal rear sight; it is mounted in a 1-pc European birch stock with sling swivels and a thumb safety on the left side. SN 77955. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the original blue on the metal and oil finish on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-49076 JR59 (150-250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1902 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 22. Usual configuration with 18” bbl with integral receiver, 1-pc stock with hard rubber buttplate and pistol grip trigger guard. NSN. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains on the metal, the stock has a hairline in the back of the receiver and is refinished. Strong bright bore, moderate pitting. 4-49476 JR223 (100-200)

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*LOT OF THREE SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. 1) Cal. 22. Antique rifle that resembles a Remington rolling block, with 24” oct bbl, fixed sights. The top flat is marked with a patent date of 1891 and “John P Lovell Arms Co Boston, Mass Dead Shot Rifle”. It has case colored receiver, take down, with tiny splinter forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 914. CONDITION: Very good, blue brown bbl, 60-70% case colors on the receiver, small crack in forearm, replaced chip at heel, dark worn bore. *2) Cal. 32RF long, Stevens favorite oct round bbl, no sights, homemade wood, missing extractor. SN L755. CONDITION: Poor, brown patina with cold blue receiver, worn dark bore. *3) Cal 22. Winchester model 02 bolt action with 18” bbl and integral receiver, fixed sights, 1-pc stock with serpentine trigger guard and hard rubber buttplate. NSN. CONDITION: Fair to good, traces of original finish on the metal, 50% finish on the wood, bright shiny bore, heavy pitting on bolt and receiver. 4-49412, 4-49413, 4-49415 JR135 (200-350)

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REMINGTON MODEL 4 TAKEDOWN ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Cal. 32RF short and long. Standard grade rifle with 22-3/8 oct bbl, bead front sight and adjustable rear sight. Uncheckered wood with long splinter forearm and straight stock with smooth steel semi-crescent buttplate. SN J261369. CONDITION: Excellent plus, the metal retains most of its original blue on bbl and case colors on the receiver under a coating of old dried oil. Wood is sound and has an applied coat of old finish with some minor scratches on the belly of the stock. Strong bright bore with some scattered slight pitting near the chamber. 4-49102 JR51 (300-500)

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STEVENS SINGLE SHOT TIP UP RIFLE. Cal. 25 Stevens RF long. Standard rifle with 23-3/4” oct bbl, fixed sights with homemade front blade, nickeled iron receiver with straight stock and nickeled crescent buttplate. It has nickeled pistol grip trigger guard. SN 22236. CONDITION: About good. Bbl, which is cut to present length, retains traces of original blue in sheltered areas with the balance a light patina. Receiver retains 75-80% bright nickel with the balance flaked to patina. The stock is sound and retains most an old refinish. Strong bright bore dark in the grooves, good mechanics. 4-49387 JR168 (250-350)

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*STEVENS FAVORITE SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Appears to be the Bicycle model with 22” oct to round bbl, blade front sight, and fixed rear sight with a knurled ring at the breech end in front of the receiver. It has slab-sawn walnut with semi schnable forearm and straight stock with Stevens logo hard rubber buttplate. SN 78. CONDITION: Fair to good, retains most of a cold blue finish on bbl, the receiver is gray metal color and the wood is sound retaining most an old refinish. Very worn dark bore. 4-49056 JR124 (150-250)

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LOT OF TWO SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. 1) Cal. 22. Stevens Model 44 with 24” oct to round bbl, fixed sights, uncheckered wood, early Stevens buttplate. SN 1947. CONDITION: Fair. Bbl retains 40% blue with the balance dark brown patina. The receiver has traces of case colors with the balance dark patina. The stock has a couple cracks at the wrist and the forearm is missing a sliver, no original finish remains. Heavy use marks. Missing one receiver screw. Worn dark bore. 2) Cal. 32 RF. Improved Flobert action with 24” oct bbl, 1-pc stock, pressed horn butt. NSN. CONDITION: Poor to fair. Large chip missing left side of stock. Replaced breechblock knob, brown patina overall. Poor bore, broken mainspring. 4-49388, 4-49394 JR179 (50-100)

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GOOD LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS EARLY AMMUNITION. This lot consists of 2 boxes and a display case of boxed and loose miscellaneous ammunition. The highlights are a paper-wrapped 58 musket round-fine; a 1” Gattling round – unfired, empty; a packet of 5 new police 36 cal. skin cartridges-fine sealed; packet of Frankford Arsenal 5-second fuse dated “1864”; full box UMC 45-70-500; 10 Maynard tape primers in excavated condition with 3 spare rolls – rusty tin, spare rolls fine; loose rounds consist of 50-70, 35 Maynard, 44 Russian and 50 pistol. There are 6 cap tins and 2 reproduction tins. A 52 Sharps Linen; a 6-pack of 44 skin cartridges; a 6-pack of 36 Navy skin cartridges made by Sage; a tube of Sharps pellet primers and 2 rolls of Maynard tape primers; 5 loose rounds of 44 Henry; full box Winchester 32 RF short with green label and red band; a 50 Gallagher brass and paper cartridge; a full box of Winchester 32 SW red label, red band – sealed. The display case contains pinfire, Teat Fire and cup-fire ammunition, two 44 Thuer cartridges a variety of common center fire and rim fires; four 50 cal. center fire and rim fire pistol cartridges; a 50 carbine cartridge; 45-70 & 50-70 cartridges; a Burnside; a 50 cal. Maynard, 2 Spencer and a Smith carbine cartridge. CONDITION: All appears to be in fine clean condition, some with oxidized lead. 4-49529 JR432 (500-1,000)

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LOT OF 2 CASES OF SMITH & WESSON AMMUNITION. Two boxes containing 1,000 rounds each of .38 special cartridges. Both boxes are still sealed so the ammunition was not examined. 4-49363 JR527 (100-200)

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LOT OF 8X 56 MANNLICHER-SCHOENAUER AMMUNITION. Seven boxes of Western 200-grain ammunition containing 96 factory-loaded rounds, 20 empty cases and one empty box. Also included are two boxes of Kynoch 200-grain cartridges containing 19 loaded rounds. CONDITION: Ammunition is crisp, boxes are slightly worn with the empty box tattered and missing parts. One of the Kynoch boxes is missing an end flap. 4-49345 & 4-49346 JR386 (100-150)

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MISCELLANEOUS LEATHER. 1) Two-loop brown leather holster for 5-1/2” single action Fine. 2) Brown leather tooled flap holster for small DA revolver. Fine. 3) “RAILWAY EXPRESS /AGENCY” brown leather holster for small DA revolver, patent markings barely visible, badly scuffed. 4) Brown tooled flap holster marked “302 / x38 / 3-3/4”. Fine. 5) Black leather belt with 1902 cast buckle, hangers and snaps. SIZE: 34. Light scuffing but very good. 6) “R.I.A.” brass sword hanger with leather straps. Full Rock Island marking and inspector marks on leather. Slight scuffing on longer strap, otherwise fine. 7) Reproduction black leather frog for Model 1833 artillery sword. New. 8) Same for 1855 bayonet. New. 9) Fragment of belt with flat brass loop. Poor. 4-49537 FS279 (250-500)

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LOT OF ELEVEN KNIVES. This lot consists of 10 straight knives and 1 folding knife and includes: 3 Green River-style skinning knives, one by Russell, another by Wilson and a third by Ekco; an 8-1/2” blade butcher knife by Russell with pewter bolsters; a 7” butcher by Ontario Knife Company; a Middle Eastern dagger with broken wood handle; a Middle Eastern dagger with decorated leather sheath with snakeskin and a skull cracker; a Mexican tourist bowie; a Jonathan Crook’s 20th Century bowie with original sheath covered with an old leather outside sheath; a bronze gunner’s dirk with decorative handle and triangular shaped blade, graduated from 1 to 60 for measuring cannon fuses; a stag-handle HB Claflin folding U.S. Navy knife. CONDITION: All in generally good condition. 4-49540 JR408 (200-400)

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200A.

RARE EARLY POPE AIR PISTOL. Cal .22. Black painted cast iron frame with 8-1/2” nickeled brass bbl with tiny bolt action. It has the cocking plunger out the front of the frame. Someone has added a couple of leather washer seals. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains traces of original nickel, frrame75-80% black enamel. Works fine. 4-49241-574 JR510 (400-700)

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LOT OF 4 AIR PISTOLS. 1) Pioneer (Chinese), 177, in original box with booklet. SN 0254007, as new. 2) Hyscore, 177, pistol with plastic grip. Good. 3) Webley Mark I, 177, wood grips. SN 18498. Good. 4) Benjamin Model 117, Cal .117. Fair. 4-49241-575 JR511 (200-300)

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CROSMAN “22” AIRGUN WITH HOLSTER. Cal .22. 6” round bbl. The holster is dated 1941 inside. SN 2757960D.116. CONDITION: All of the finish is gone from the top of the pistol, rear sight is missing. Grip has cracks, scratches and stains. The front sight has been altered. Gun is not functional. Holster is fine. 4-49421 FS320 (50-100)

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LOT Of 3 AIR RIFLES. 1) Stuart Champion , Cal .22 with 17-3/4” bbl, target sights, pistol grip and target stock. it has blued bbl and receiver with Japanned frame with book-like new. 2) Chinese Cal 177, Seal 1-pc wood stock, blue finish-very good. 3) Slavia Model 618, Cal 177, 1-pc wood stock-like new. 4-49241-578 JR525 (150-250)

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LOT OF 2 DAISY MODEL 25 PUMP BB GUNS. Cal. BB 1). Early rifle, blued finish with sides of the receiver etch engraved IN arabesque patterns, birds and a hunter with dog on both sides. It has an applied sheet metal front sight and adjustable sheet metal rear sight. It has a ribbed wooden forearm and slab wood stock with serrated butt. NSN. CONDITION: Fine to very fine, 85-90% strong original blue with light surface rust overall. Wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish with light wear on the toe, functions fine. 2) Later manufactured than above with painted surface and stenciled decoration, plastic stock and forearm. CONDITION: Good, 85% finish, good stock, and functions a little slow. 4-49411, 4-49405 JR134 (50-100)

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LOT OF THREE LATE PRODUCTION AIR GUNS. 1) 5 mm. Sheraton Blue Streak pump up powerful air rifle with open sights and Bushnell 4X scope. SN 424352. CONDITION: Very good, 95% metal finish, 92-93% wood finish. Functions fine. 2) Daisy model 99-lever action repeater. Wood stock and forearm with target sights-about good, the metal retains 80% gray enamel with scattered rust. Wood retains no original finish. Replaced screw, mechanics need attention. 3) Daisy model 94 Red Ryder carbine with two position rear sight, fake hammer, plastic stock with embossed Red Ryder logo and staple an ring in the left side of the receiver-95% original finish, good stock, missing the forearm and inside magazine. 4-49399, 4-49400, 4-49401 JR163 (50-100)

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LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS TRENCH ART & OTHERS. Eight items of trench art made from WWII cartridges and grenades includes: 2 lighters, 3 ashtrays, a cigar clipper, a covered dish and a paperweight. Also included are 6 reproduction 1800’s military rifle manuals, a soft gun sleeve, a tourist Miqulet pistol, an old belt with small U.S. buckle and a reproduction belt and buckle with Civil War cap box with Civil War black holster and a Colt book case for a pair of 1960’s No.3 Deringers. All generally good condition, the leather is dry and crackled. 4-49241-577 JR513 (300-500)

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1854 MANUAL BY SAMUEL COLT FOR RIFLING FIREARMS. This manual with blue front cover (no back cover) marked AD 1854 #429. Titled “Specification of Samuel Colt Machinery for Rifling Firearms” London. Included inside are two large fold-out diagrams of mechanisms discussed. SIZE: 10-1/2” by 7-1/2”. CONDITION: Remaining front cover, a couple of chips, some furling but manual is generally sound and good. 8-87194 (400-500)

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LOT OF BOOKS. 1) Robert Wiley “U.S. Martial Flintlock”, First Edition. 2) Waldo Nutter “Manhattan Firearms”, First Edition. 3) R.L. Wilson “Colt an American Legend”, First Edition. 4) R.L. Wils “The Peacemakers”, First Edition. 5) John Parsons “Henry Deringers Pocket Pistol”, Second Edition. 6) Albaugh, Benet & Simmon “Confederate Hand Guns”, Bonanza Reprint. 7) Ian Hogg “Weapons of the Civil War”, Crown Reprint. 8) Kenneth Moore “Colt Single Action Army Revolvers”, First Edition. 9) Warren Ripley “Artillery & Ammunition”, First Edition. 10) Benson Lossing “Mathrew Brady”, Reprint. 11) McGuinn & Bazelon “American Military Buttons”, First Edition. 12) William Edwards “Civil War Guns”, First Edition. 13) Kenneth Moore “Colt Navy Revolvers”, First Edition. 14) Art Phelps “Merwin Hulbert & Co.”, First Edition. 15) Kenneth Burton “A Sure Defense”, First Edition. 16) Turner Kirkland “Southern Deringer”, Second Edition Paperback. 17) Fuller & Steuart “Firearms of the Confederacy”, Quarterman Reproduction. 18) Fred Datig “The Luger Pistol”. CONDITION: Very good to fine. 4-49513 FS319 (400-800)

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LOT OF BOOKS. 1) Charles Kenyon “Lugers At Random”, First Edition. 2) Roy Marcot “Spencer Repeating Fire Arms”, Second Edition. 3) Melton & Pawl “Field Artillery Ordinance”, First Edition. 4) R.L. Wilson “Book of Colt Firearms”, Second Edition. 5) Francis Lord “Civil War Collectors Encyclopedia”, Seventh Edition two Volumes. 6) Sydney Kerksis “Plates and Buckles”, First Edition. 7) Alphaeus Albert “American Uniform Buttons”, 31st Printing. 8) Dickey & George “Field Artillery Projectiles”, autographed by George, Second Edition. 9) Frank Sellers “Sharps Firearms”, 5th Printing. 10) Howard Crouch “Civil War Artifacts”, First Edition. 11) Edward Meadows “U.S. Military Holsters”, First Edition. 12) Bruce McDowell “Colt Conversions”, First Edition. 13) Henry Kauffman “Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle”, Third Bonanza Edition. 14) Waite & Ernst “Trapdoor Springfield”, First Edition. 15) Phillips & Wilson “Paterson Colt Pistols”, First Edition. 16) Frank Seller “The William Lock Collection”, First Edition. 17) Stephen Dorsey “Indian War Cartridge Pouches Etc.”, First Edition Paperback. 18) Nathan Swayze “’51 Colt Navies”, First Edition. CONDITION: Fine. 4-49515 FS318 (1,000-2,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 30 WCF (30-30). Standard carbine with 30” bbl, full magazine with uncheckered wood and straight stock with carbine buttplate. There is a stud in the left side of the receiver, the ring is missing. SN 883707. CONDITION: Very fine bbl and magazine tube, bare wood, receiver silver metal, bright shiny bore. 3-30033 JR532 (300-500)

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*MARLIN MODEL 336 RC LEVER-ACTION CARBINE. Cal. 30-30. Late Marlin carbine with 20” bbl, full magazine and pistol grip stock with beavertail forearm. The receiver and bbl are Oriental engraved with coarse foliate patterns and has a raised inlaid silver mule deer on the left side and a whitetail deer on the right side. The stock and forearm are carved with a large, running white tail buck on the right side of the buttstock with carved bone antlers. The wrist and forearm are relief carved in foliate patterns with a serrated background. The bottom of the forearm is inlaid with large silver initials “DD”. SN J53398. CONDITION: Very fine. Retains all of its custom finish. 3-30035 JR533 (300-500)

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RING TRIGGER PINFIRE REVOLVER. Cal. 9 mm Pinfire. Small revolver with 3-1/4” oct bbl, no front sight, two-piece birdhead wood grips with a lanyard loop in the butt and the unusual feature of a ring trigger without trigger guard. NSN. CONDITION: Fair. Silver patina with surface pitting. Good grips. 3-30439 JR536 (50-150)

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*FIE MODEL E15 SINGLE-ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 22. Blue finish, brass trigger guard and backstrap, 4-3/4” bbl; target sights with safety and two-piece wood grips. Accompanied by a black Hunter left hand holster. SN TB18270. CONDITION: Fine. Retains 95% original finish. Good mechanics. 3-30440 JR537 (100-200)

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REMINGTON MODEL 4 TAKEDOWN ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE. Cal. 32 RF. Standard rifle with 24” oct bbl, fixed sights, nicely figured wood, splinter forearm, straight stock with semi-crescent buttplate. SN 162830. CONDITION: Good. Bbl retains 85-90% original blue, receiver traces of original case color with the rest brown patina. Good wood with dark pitted bore. 3-30034 JR539 (150-250)

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*REMINGTON MODEL 24 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. Cal. 22 LR. Standard rifle with 21” bbl, uncheckered wood, splinter forearm, semi-pistol grip stock, smooth steel buttplate. SN 110308. CONDITION: Very good. 95% original blue overall with some caked rust on the receiver. Sound wood. Fine old refinish. Bright shiny bore. 3-30040 JR540 (150-250)

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1864 COLT SPECIAL RIFLED MUSKET. Cal. 58. Cut down musket with 30” bbl, 2 bands, replaced front sight with 500 yard 2-leaf rear sight. Good inspector marks and good cartouches. Standard lock markings dated “1864” and also on bbl. NSN. CONDITION: As noted. Good. A number “8” stamped on bbl in wood. Wood is sound, metal is bright, light pitting around the nipple. 3-30028 JR545 (300-500)

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LIFELIKE DOLL OF HITLER. This old figural doll appears to be an artist’s creation, rather than a manufactured piece. The head is sculpted plaster, hand painted. The hands and the body are stuffed cloth and the costume appears to be all hand made. Believed to have been done during Hitler’s life, but unmarked and unsigned. SIZE: 32” tall. CONDITION: Cloth on hands worn, small chip on nose, garrison belt needs to be restitched, otherwise very good to excellent. 4-50207 (400-800)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. Standard markings and features. Reblued with some replacement parts. SN 290318. CONDITION: Wood has been sanded and refinished leaving some scratches and gouges. 4-49599 X6 (300-500)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 RAMROD BAYONET RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. “SWP” cartouche dated 1891 on the left side of the stock. Late 1-pc trigger guard. Large issue marks “71 / 255” on the right side of the stock and “D / 35” on top of the comb. SN 527983. CONDITION: Very good with blue brown patina on bbl , 60% blue on the lock and trigger guard, light pitting on the buttplate. Wood has three cracks at the front of the trigger guard but is otherwise sound with normal dents and scratches. Action and bore are fine. 4-49584 FS106 (1,000-1,750)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. It has a low arch breech block dated 1873 and ski jump rear sight. No cartouche is visible on the stock. SN 289660. CONDITION: Blue gray patina overall with traces of reblue on the breech block and action. Buttplate has been polished white. Wood has been lightly sanded and refinished with some new dents and scratches. Action is fine, bore is bright. 4-49581 X32 (350-700)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 RAMROD BAYONET TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. ‘SWP” cartouche dated 1891. Late 1-pc trigger guard. SN 528878. CONDITION: 75% blue turning brown on bbl with many small dents on top. Casehardening colors on the breech block are mostly faded, lockplate and hammer only have about 20% of blue showing and there are areas of light surface rust. Buttplate has moderate to heavy rust. Wood has some light dents and scratches but is generally fine. Action is tight, bore is fine. 4-49630 FS117 (750-1,500)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. No cartouche. Completely refinished. Replaced front sight. SN 430120. CONDITION: Retains most of overall refinish blue. There is a small chip at the rear lockplate screw, otherwise stock is smooth. Action and bore are fine. 4-49645 FS124 (350-700)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE WITH BAYONET. Cal. 45-70. Standard issue rifle with 32-1/2” round bbl, stamped over the breech end “WB32389”, pedestal blade front sight, ski jump rear sight, low arch breechblock, 1-pc wood stock with the outline of a cartouche on the left wrist, secured with two bbl bands and with a button-head slotted wiping rod. It is accompanied by an original type brown leather and brass sling. Also accompanies is an original socket triangular bayonet with blued steel scabbard, leather frog and U.S. marked brass hangar. SN 174616. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains 75-80% original blue turning plum with several nicks and scratches on the top. The breechblock and lockplate retain 85-90% dulled blue. The trigger guard retains 70-75% dull blue. Wood is sound with myriad nicks and dings, retaining most of an old refinish. The sling is fine with lightly crackled surface finish, completely intact with both keepers. The bayonet, scabbard and frog are fine. The bore is dark and worn. The rear sight ladder blade is bent. 4-49121 JR82 (400-700)

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SPRINGFIELD SECOND ALLIN CONVERSION RIFLE. Cal .50. 36-5/8” round bbl dated 1863 on tail of the lockplate and 1866 on the breech block. The cartouche on the left side of the stock is visible but not completely readable. NSN. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina on bbl, trigger guard and buttplate with some moderate pitting on the breech block latch. Bright casehardening on the lockplate but brown on the hammer. Wood has numerous dents and gouges but is still solid. A crack at the rear of the lockplate has been repaired. 4-49602 FS28 (700-1,200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1867 CADET TYPE RIFLE. Cal .50. 29-3/4” round bbl. Lockplate has the proper 1867 date at the rear. The 1866 dated breech block has the two large cuts on the bottom. It also has the number “4” stamped on the bottom. The wrist of the stock has been sanded and refinished. The “ESA” cartouche is partially visible at the front end of the refinished area. The ramrod has a treaded tip but there is no corresponding nut in the stock. NSN. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina with light pitting. Wood shows normal use except in the refinished area of the wrist. 4-49288 X3 (2,500-3,000)

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SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE W/RAMROD BAYONET. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” bbl. The “SWP” cartouche is dated 1891. Also has the milled front sight protector. SN 331570. CONDITION: 50% thinning blue overall. Casehardening colors on the breech block are fading, those on the tang are bright. The buttplate is covered with light surface rust and pitting. Wood is very good with some dents and scratches and minor chips around the lock. Action is fine, bore is bright. 4-49726 FS72 (650-1,100)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 RAMROD BAYONET TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. The “SWP” cartouche is dated 1890. SN 523150. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall with light casehardening colors on the tang and faint traces of blue on the lockplate. Stock shows normal handling marks. Action is fine, bore is bright. 4-49625 FS99 (550-900)

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SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .52. 21-1/2” part oct bbl. Made by American Machine Works. Standard markings on the left side of the action. “JH” cartouche on the left side of the stock is getting very thin. SN 8336. CONDITION: 50% blue on bbl mixed with moderate surface rust. Bbl band is a gray brown patina. Action retains about half of the bright casehardening colors on the sides, mostly faded on the top, bottom and hammer. Buttstock has been broken at the wrist but not yet repaired. 4-49874 FS34 (1,200-2,200)

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STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .54. 21” round bbl. Standard markings on frame, bbl and buttplate. SN 5444. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with light to moderate pitting. A large gouge on the left side of the wrist removed one and defaced the other cartouche. Action is good, bore is poor. 4-49735 X29 (1,500-2,500)

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MAYNARD FIRST MODEL SPORTING RIFLE. Cal .35. 20” part oct bbl. Standard markings on both sides of the frame and patchbox. The leather pin screw is a replacement. There is a sling ring attached to the trigger guard. The rear bbl sight is a replacement but the front sight and the tang sight are original. The tang sight is slightly bent. SN 1651. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting. There is a small crack at the receiver and some minor dents and scratches but the wood is generally good. Action is fine. 4-49920 FS63 (1,000-2,000)

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MAYNARD FIRST MODEL SPORTING RIFLE. Cal .40. 20” part oct bbl. Standard markings on the both sides of the frame and patchbox cover. It has a large turned brass piece in the primer well. The patchbox contains the spare nipple and a roll of Maynard primers. All three sights are correct. A sling ring has been installed in the trigger plate. SN 2035. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting, traces of blue on takedown lever and nipple. Lever is slightly bent. Bore is lightly pitted. 4-49740 FS95 (1,500-2,500)

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JOSLYN CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54 perc. Standard Joslyn carbine with 21-1/4” round bbl, pinched blade front sight, three leaf rear sight, iron mounted with 1-pc walnut stock that has a sling bar and ring on the left side. There are two good cartouches just above the sling bar and US on the buttplate tang. There is a 1” arrowhead lightly carved near the right toe. SN 7774. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching. The iron retains an even dark brown patina with light surface rust on bbl, some light pitting on the sling bar and lock plate, heavier on the trigger guard. The stock has a replaced sliver in back of the top tang, which is missing the tang screw. The buttstock is slightly battered with some chipping to the comb and myriad small nicks and scratches. Strong bore with some good shine and scattered deep pitting. 4-50034 JR225 (2,500-3,500)

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BURNSIDE 4TH MODEL CARBINE. Cal .54. 21” round bbl. Faint cartouches on the left side of the stock. Marked “BURNSIDE RIFLE Co. / PROVIDENCE = R.I.” on the lockplate. There are no markings on the breech block or receiver. This carbine was issued to Samuel T. Martin of Co. C, 2nd IL Cavalry. This record is in the Order Book in the National Archives Record Group 94. SN 1251. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with light to moderate pitting overall. Several small slivers are missing along the forearm and there are dents and scratches. A number 46 has been stamped in the trigger plate. Action is good. 4-49786 FS150 (2,000-3,000)

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MAYNARD FIRST MODEL SPORTING RIFLE. Cal .50. 20” part oct bbl. Standard markings on the both sides of the frame and patchbox cover. The rear bbl sight has been replaced. A sling ring has been installed in the trigger plate. SN 3687. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall. Wood has normal handling marks with heavy oil stains around the patchbox and buttplate. Action is fine, bore is deeply pitted. 4-49572 FS96 (1,500-2,500)

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FIRST MODEL MAYNARD SPORTING RIFLE. Cal .35. 20” part oct bbl. Markings are only partially readable. SN 3325. CONDITION: Very heavy pits overall, markings on the right side of the frame are completely gone, others are partially readable. The head of the lever retaining pin is broken off and missing. Its screw is partially missing. The lever link and screw are replacements. Wood shows heavy use. Action is functional. 4-49796 X40 (1,000-1,500)

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BURNSIDE 4TH MODEL CARBINE. Cal .54. 21” round bbl. It has a brass tag identifying it as issued to a private named Perry in Co. G of the 3rd Iowa Cavalry. This issue was found in the order books of that unit in the National Archives Record Group 94. The hammer, lever lock and sling assembly in the bottom of the stock are replacements. SN 35217. CONDITION: Very heavy pitting overall with some filing. Wood has been cleaned but slightly enhanced remainders of inspector cartouches are on the left side. 4-49775 FS113 (1,500-2,500)

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SPENCER MODEL 1860 CARBINE. Cal .52. 22” round bbl. The rear sight is a replacement, all other parts have been refinished. This is an unaltered gun as issued in the Civil War. The inspector mark on the stock is spurious. SN 19676. CONDITION: Smooth gray tone to the metal. Wood shows no use. Action is fine. 4-49925 FS64 (800-1,200)

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MAYNARD FIRST MODEL SPORTING RIFLE. Cal .35. 20” part oct bbl. Standard markings on both sides of the frame and patchbox. Bbl, lever, link, retaining pin and screw and bbl pivot are replacements. SN 985. CONDITION: Bbl and lever retain about 90% of their blue and casehardening colors. The takedown pin has been repaired with a new latching lever and is heat colored. Frame, patchbox and buttplate are mostly gray brown. Action is good. Wood has traces of varnish remaining but has severe rust and oil stains and a few minor scratches and dents. 4-49805 X13 (1,000-1,500)

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RARE MAYNARD FIRST MODEL SPORTING RIFLE WITH SET TRIGGER. Cal .35. 26” part oct bbl. While this is a sporting rifle with built in tang sight and double set trigger, the stock has inspector cartouches “AM” on the left side. These cartouches are somewhat irregular and are probable spurious. The frame marking is “MAYNARD ARMS CO. / WASHINGTON.” on the right side and “MANUFACTURED BY / MASS. ARMS CO. / CHICOPEE FALLS” on the left. The front trigger is pushed forward to set the rear one. The markings on the patchbox cover are not readable. SN 3363. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with small dents and light pitting on bbl and frame, heavier on the buttplate and patchbox. Stock retains about 70% of the varnish with some oil stains, dents and scratches. Tang sight staff is bent. Action is fine. 4-49795 FS49 (2,000-3,000)

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REFINISHED SPENCER CONVERSION RIFLE. Cal .50. 22” round bbl. The Stabler stop has been removed and replaced with a large screw. Bbl has been reblued, the other parts appear to have been refinished using a torch. The buttstock is new, forearm has been reworked and refinished. The butt swivel has been replaced. SN 16927. CONDITION: Retains most of the refinish blue, casehardening and varnish. Action is good. 4-49875 FS33 (600-1,200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. .58 caliber, 40” part oct bbl. No cartouche, dated 1859 on lock and bbl. CONDITION: Bbl has been lightly cleaned but light pitting remains at the breech. The stock has been sanded and refinished. Lock is fine. 4-49664 FS133 (1,000-1,500)

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HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. .58 cal. w/ 40” part oct bbl. The ramrod and several screws are replacements. No cartouche. The spare nipple is missing from the patchbox. Dated 1859 on lock and bbl. CONDITION: Light to moderate pitting except on rear sight, which is probably a replacement also. Wood has been repaired, sanded, and refinished. Lock is functional. 4-49660 FS137 (1,000-1,500)

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CONVERTED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1830 MUSKET. Cal .69. 42-1/4” round bbl. Lockplate is dated 1838. The Hewes & Phillips conversion breech plug is dated 1862. The eagle and U.S. were ground off the lockplate during the conversion. The inspector cartouches on the left side of the stock are visible but not readable. NSN. CONDITION: Possibly unused since the conversion as the rear sight and nipple appear to be brand new. Wood has a mixed coating of dried oil, rust and dirt. Lock is bright. There is a break in the wood under the lockplate. Stock has been covered with varnish. It shows no wear. 4-49812 FS56 (1,500-2,500)

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SCARCE TRENTON MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. Dated 1864 on the lock and 1863 on bbl. Slightly over 11,000 of these muskets were made by the Trenton Locomotive & Mechine Co. in Trenton, N.J. in 1863 and 1864. It is not unusual to have both dates on a single gun. This one has no inspector cartouche but does have the “N.J.” cartouche on the stock beneath the same stamp on bbl. NSN. CONDITION: Very good with scattered light spots of pitting and rust stains on the bright metal. Stock has been cracked at the rear lockplate screw but otherwise only has light handling marks. Lock is crisp. 4-49627 FS101 (1,000-2,000)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1864 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. Dated 1864 on the lock and bbl. NSN. CONDITION: fine overall with signs of careful cleaning. The “ESA” cartouche is clear the other is visible but not readable. There are minor chips at bbl tang and front lock screw escutcheon. Lock is fine. 4-49626 FS100 (600-1,100)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET. .69 caliber w/ 42” round bbl. The cartouches are barely visible and not readable. Dated 1847 on lockplate and bbl. Issue markings “1 / E / 33” are stamped on the stock behind bbl tang. CONDITION: Metal has been heavily cleaned, the stock has been repaired and refinished. Lock is good. 4-49591 X36 (800-1,200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1861 MUSKET. Cal 58. 40” part oct bbl, dated 1862 on the tail of the lockplate and the top of bbl. The inspector cartouches on the left side of the stock are visible but not readable. NSN. CONDTITION: Gary patina overall mixed with light pitting around the breech. There are vise marks at the rear of bbl. Wood is very good with minor dents and scratches. 4-49600 X5 (1,000-1,500)

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PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. MODEL 1861 MUSKET. Cal. .58. 40” round bbl. Marked with a large spread wing eagle with “U” on one side and “S” on the other side above “Providence Tool Co / PROVIDENCE R.I.” in front of the hammer and “1864” behind the hammer. “OWA” cartouche in a long rectangle on the left side of the stock. There are two unreadable marks at the rear of bbl in front of the U.S. acceptance marks. The ramrod and hammer screws are replaced. NSN. CONDITION: Smooth brown patina except at breech, which is heavily pitted with vise marks on the tang. Moderate pitting on the lockplate and hammer but the markings are sharp. Wood has normal dents and scratches but is still solid. 4-49232 FS1 (1,000-2,000)

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ASSEMBLED SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. SN 56532. CONDITION: Bbl and action have been reblued over moderate pitting. Patchbox and buttplate are new with bright casehardening colors. Replacement wood has been refinished and the forearm is cracked at the rear. Action is good. Bbl has moderate pitting. 4-49614 FS97 (1,000-2,000)

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RARE BERDAN SHARPS CIVIL WAR RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. Double set triggers. The cartouche in the wrist is visible but illegible. Bbl marked on left flat with tiny “O.W.A.” Remnants of a lightly carved phrase “I killed Cock Robin” are legible on the left side of the stock. On the right side of the stock are carved seven notches. Apparently the sharpshooter was keeping score. SN 54428. CONDITION: Gray and brown patina overall to metal. Forestock is missing a 6” chunk of wood on the left top edge between the middle barrel bands, with evidence of old field repair (smoothing with knife). Bore is strong with some heavy pitting in rear half of bbl. Primer feeder appears to operate properly. Mechanically fine. A very interesting Berdan Sharps. 4-49580 (6,000-9,000)

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SHARPS MODEL 1859 BERDAN RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. Very faint inspector cartouche on the left side of the stock. ”W.O.” on the left side of bbl. Double set triggers. SN 55008. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with some file marks on the ring at the rear of bbl. Wood has been cleaned and waxed. Action is fine, bore is very good. 4-49651 FS82 (8,000-10,000)

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SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. Standard markings on bbl, receiver and lockplate. The inspector cartouches on the left side of the stock are visible but not readable. SN C,38815. CONDITION: 40% blue on bbl mixed with light surface rust, dents and scattered light pitting. Traces of casehardening on the action mostly gray with surface rust and pitting. The patchbox retains about 80% of an old reblue. Wood shows numerous dents and scratches. It has been sanded and reoiled. Bore is evenly pitted. 4-50024 FS15 (1,500-2,500)

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SPENCER SPORTING RIFLE. Cal .50. 26” round bbl. This is a late rifle with the Spencer patent cutoff mounted on the cartridge guide. There is matching serial number on the bottom of bbl. There is also a number 24 on the bottom of bbl which matches the number on the right side of the lever. A third number 786 appears on both halves of the breech block. The forearm is 13-1/3” long and held by two screws, the front in the middle of the rear bbl band spring slot. SN 1257. CONDITION: Gray patina with moderate to heavy pitting overall. Wood has numerous dents and scratches but is still solid. Tang sight has been broken and repaired. Sight springs are replacements. Action is good. 4-50141 FS154 (2,000-3,000)

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STARR DOUBLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44 perc. Usual configuration with 6” round bbl, dovetail blade front sight and 1-pc walnut grip with cartouche on the left side. There are tiny inspector initials on the various parts. SN 4012. CONDITION: Very fine plus, retains 80-85% strong original blue overall with muzzle and edge wear and flaking on the sides of the frame. The cylinder is mostly a blue gray patina. The grips is fine with a crisp cartouche and retains most of its original oil finish with a couple of minor bruise sand small marks. Brilliant shiny bore, good mechanics. 4-49832 JR498 (1,000-1,500)

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STARR DOUBLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44 perc. Usual configuration with 6” round bbl, dovetail blade front sight and 1-pc walnut grip with cartouche on each side and a crude carved M on the bottom of the butt. There are tiny inspector initial on the various parts. SN 15402. CONDITION: Good, all matching. The metal cleaned to a light gray finish. The grips are crisp with fine sharp cartouches on each side. Bright shiny bore with scattered pitting, good mechanics. This was probably a near new revolver when it was cleaned. 4-49673 JR497 (500-1,000)

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STARR NAVY REVOLVER. Cal .36. 6” round bbl. Mixed numbers. SN 2920. CONDITION: Gray patina with large spots surface rust and pitting overall obscuring part of the markings. Grips have several chips and dents and are battered on the bottom. Bbl screw is a replacement. Mechanically needs work. 4-49793 FS205 (500-750)

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ROGERS & SPENCER REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” bbl and 2-piece wood grips with a cartouche on the left grip and tiny inspector initials on the various parts. The top strap has usual company and city markings. SN 1786. CONDITION: Good, retains most of an old cold blue finish and refinish on the grips. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-49899 JR436 (300-500)

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ROGERS & SPENCER PERCUSSION REVOLVER. Cal .44 perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct bbl, 2-pc walnut grips. It has small inspector initials on various parts. SN 3776. CONDITION: Fair to good, old reblue over moderate to heavy pitting with wrench marks on bbl and frame. A couple of replaced screws. Grips are old replacements. Bright shiny bore, mechanics need adjusting. 4-49088 (850-,1250)shiny bore, mechanics need adjusting. 4-49088 (850-,1250)

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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER W/HOLSTER. Cal .36. 7 1‘/2” oct bbl. All matching including wedge. Some screws are replaced. “JAB” is scratched in the bottom of the grip strap. The black flap type holster is made in 2-pcs with top 1” lap sewn to the bottom. The fastening button is missing. SN 140326. CONDITION: Gray patina with moderate pitting ranging to heavy at the muzzle. Cylinder scene is faintly visible. Grips retain about 80% of the original varnish heavily worn around the base. Action needs adjustment. The holster is well worn with a small crack at the top where it has been cut by the front sight and minor chipping elsewhere. The top five stitches are loose. 4-50039 FS178 (600-1,200)

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MARTIALLY MARKED COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal .36 perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” round bbl, one line New York address, brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. The grips have a faint legible cartouche on the left side and tiny inspector initial on the various parts. SN 5618. CONDITION: Good, all matching including the wedge, no original finish remains being a medium gray patina overall with light yellow mustard patina on the trigger guard and backstrap. The cylinder is a matching gray patina with spots of rust pitting and retains about 25% naval battle scene. Five of the six safety pins are fine. The grips are sound with moderate to heavy wear. Good mechanics and worn dark bore. 4-49826 JR500 (1,250-1,750)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44 perc. Usual configuration with 8” round bbl, one line New York address, 3 screw frame cut for shoulder stock with flat head hammer screw, brass trigger guard with iron backstrap and 1-pc walnut grips. There are tiny inspector initials on various parts. SN 73111. CONDITION: About good, all matching except the wedge which is numbered 0642. The cylinder has the serial number 1480 in the correct place with #3111 (the matching number) adjacent on the rebated area. Both numbers have inspectors initials beneath them. No original finish remains being a dark brown patina overall with minor surface rust and a few hammer marks around the wedge slot. The wedge spring is broken. The trigger guard retains traces of original silver plating. The backstrap is a blue brown patina. Grips are very fine with traces of original varnish and no evidence of a cartouche. Bore is strong with moderate to heavy pitting and a small bulge 2” from the muzzle. Good mechanics. 4-49431 JR501 (500-1,000)

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ASSEMBLED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44. 8” round bbl. Mixed numbers. SN 144414. CONDITION: Rust brown patina with live rust overall. Grips are worn and chipped, mechanically needs parts and work. 4-49436 X64 (300-600)

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ASSEMBLED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44. 8” round bbl. It has parts from at least four different guns. All numbers match including the cylinder from an Italian replica. SN 157184. CONDITION: Gray patina with pitting and file marks. Grips are loose but do not show much wear. Four nipples and some internal parts are missing. 4-49032 X50 (400-600)

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COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Cal .31. 5” oct bbl. All matching numbers including wedge. 2-line New York City address with brackets on each end. Five shot cylinder. Missing the trigger, bolt and hand springs. SN 119688. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with areas of heavy rust. There are considerable signs of cleaning on bbl. Grips have numerous initials carved on the left side and considerable wear around the bottom edge but retain about 75% of the varnish. Back strap and trigger guard have about 80% of silver tarnish remaining. 4-49033 FS162 (350-700)

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COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER WITH CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION. Cal. 31 Perc. Usual configuration with 5” oct bbl, 2-line Hartford address, 6-shot cylinder with brass trigger guard and backstrap and 1-pc walnut grips. The backstrap is inscribed “Presented by Hon. CG Davis, May 16, 1861” and it is inscribed on the butt “Capt. Doten/Plymouth, Mass.”. Captain Samuel H. Doten was a 48-year-old merchant in Plymouth Mass who enlisted and was commissioned a captain of E Company, 29th Mass Infantry, May 22, 1861 and was mustered out May 30, 1864. SN 203131. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching including the wedge. The metal has been cleaned bright with fine surface pitting over most of the iron. The trigger guard and backstrap retain 50-60% strong original silver. The inscriptions are crisp and clean. Grips retain virtually all their original bright varnish with one chipped toe. The bore is strong and bright with light pitting. 4-49187 JR280 (2,000-3,000)

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298

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Cal .31 perc. Usual configuration with 6” oct bbl, two line New York City address with bracket motif. It has a plated trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. SN 52502. CONDITION: About good, all matching including the wedge, retains an overall dark brown artificially age patina, replated trigger guard and backstrap with refinished grips. Bore is strong with some deep pitting. It has replaced screws and loose mechanics. 4-49936 JR488 (250-400)

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299

COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. Cal .31 perc. Usual configuration, 5” oct bbl, one line New York address, brass trigger guard and backstrap containing 1-pc walnut grips. SN 215563 CONDITION: Fair to good, all matching except the wedge which is unnumbered. It has cleaned and artificially aged dark gray patina with pitting on the left side of bbl, 50% cylinder scene, traces of original silver on trigger guard and backstrap, refinished grips. Cracked cylinder pin. Most screws replaced. Strong dark bore, loose mechanics. 4-49607 JR484 (400-700)

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300

SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .50. 21-1/2” part oct bbl. Made by Mass Arms Co. Two “JM” cartouches on the left side of the stock. SN 13311. CONDITION: 40% dull blue on bbl mixed with white pitting and surface rust. Casehardening on the action has faded to dark. Buttplate is lightly pitted with a brown patina. Wood is fine with minor dents and scratches on the forearm. Action is good, bore is bright. 4-49736 FS74 (1,000-2,000)

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301

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal .52. 21-1/2” round bbl. This is a late model 1853 carbine with the saddle ring bar running to the rear. No cartouche appears on the stock but sub-inspector initials appear on some parts. The rear bbl sight is marked “R.S.LAWRENCE”. The staff of the sight is graduated to 8 and rounded at the front end. SN 21872. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina with scattered light pitting. Stock has been repaired below the sling ring bar, sanded lightly and varnished. Forearm screw and escutcheon are not entirely seated. Lever retainer spring is broken and the primer follower and spring are missing, otherwise mechanically fine. 4-49595 FS85 (2,000-3,000)

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302

GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE. Cal .52. 20” part oct bbl. Marked “GWYN & CAMPBELL” in an arc over “PATENT / 1862 / HAMILTON O” on the right side of the lockplate and “UNION / RIFLE” on the right side of the receiver. In addition to the serial number an issue or batch number “33” has been stamped on the bottom of bbl and frame. “S.A.” cartouche is stamped on the left side of the stock. SN 4134. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with moderate to heavy pitting at the rear of bbl, action and buttplate. Wood has been lightly cleaned and reoiled. Action is good. 4-49566 X15 (1,000-1,500)

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303

MERRILL CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .52. 21-1/2” round bbl. Marked “J.H. MERRILL BALTO. / PAT. JULY. 1856.” on lock and operating lever. Lock is also marked “ATL.9.MAY 21-28-61”. SN 7434. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned but not polished with some minor pitting. Wood is fine with minor handling marks. Action is tight. 4-49817 FS59 (1,500-2,500)

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304

HALL FISHTAIL CARBINE. Cal .52 rifled bore. 21” round bbl. Dated 1840 on top of the breech block. NSN. CONDITION: Retains about 80% of the bright brown on bbl and receiver. Breech block shows light colors at the front, mostly gray elsewhere. Hammer has been broken and welded. Nipple is a replacement. Trigger guard, fishtail lever, sling ring bar and bbl bands have a mixture of rust and varnish. Ramrod is a replacement. 4-49753 FS107 (1,500-2,500)

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305

HALL MODEL 1842 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal .54 Rifle. 21” round bbl. Marked “U.S / S.NORTH / MIDLtn / CONN. / 1852” on top of the breech block, “STEEL” over the chamber. A faint cartouche is on the right side of the stock to the rear of the action. NSN. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with light pitting mixed with brown on the action. The stock has many dents and gouges. There is a small replaced chip at the rear of the action. All surfaces have been varnished. Action is fine. 4-49733 FS142 (1,250-2,500)

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306

REMINGTON ZOUAVE RIFLE. Cal .58. 33” round bbl. Dated 1863 on lock and bbl. Spare nipple remains in the patchbox. NSN. CONDITION: 95% thinning blue on bbl, 80% thinning casehardening colors on the lock and hammer. Wood is fine with crisp “HDJ” and “BH” cartouches. There is one scratch on the left side of the butt and some minor dents and scratches elsewhere. Action is fine. 4-49723 SF73 (2,500-3,500)

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307

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE. Cal .58. 33” round bbl dated 1861 on the tail of the lockplate and top of bbl. There are also two 8’s on top of bbl. No cartouches visible. The nipple remains in the patchbox. NSN. CONDITION: Very clean bright metal does not appear to have been polished. Stock is stamped “G.P.” just behind the lockplate. This marking is reasonably sharp but under a wax covering. Action is fine. 4-49730 FS38 (2,500-4,000)

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308

RARE MERRILL ARMY RIFLE WITH BAYONET. Cal .54. 33” round bbl marked “J.H. MERRILL BALTO. / PAT.JULY.1858.” on lockplate and operating lever. Lockplate also has a second line “APL.9.MAY21-28-61”. There is a sharp “LB” cartouche on the left side of the stock. The 19-5/8” Yataghan blade bayonet is unmarked except for serial number 8623. It is in a leather scabbard with brass fittings. SN 8165. CONDITION: Fine with over half of the brown finish on bbl. The casehardening colors on the lock and action have mostly turned gray or dark with some scattered light surface rust. The brass has a mellow patina except for the patchbox which has been lightly cleaned and is beginning to tone. The edges of the wood are sharp but there are a few dents and scratches to the rear of the lockplate. Action is fine. The blade of the bayonet has been cleaned but some spots of light pitting remain. Scabbard is good but the frog is torn and poorly repaired. 4-50022 FS18 (3,500-5,500)

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309

WHITNEY MODEL 1861 PLYMOUTH RIFLE. Cal .69. 33” part oct bbl. Dated 1864 on the lockplate and bbl. SN 7602. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned to bright with vise marks on bbl and denting on the tang. Wood has been repaired with breaks on both sides at the front of the lock and cracks at the rear lockplate screw. There is some plastic wood fill. Stock has been sanded and refinished but “FCW” cartouche is still visible. Lock is fine. 4-49656 FS111 (1,000-2,000)

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310

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE W/BAYONET. Cal .58. 33” round bbl. The bayonet lug and bbl are 9839, bayonet is 9899. Lockplate and bbl tang are both dated 1851, bayonet dated 1862. The spare nipple and worm are both in the patchbox. The “WAT” cartouche on the left side of the stock is readable, the other is visible but not readable. A third cartouche, unreadable, is in the center of the left cheek of the stock. An unknown marking “3BK” is on the left side of bbl flat. Rear sight with folding leafs marked 300 and 500. NSN. CONDITION: Gray patina mixed with light pitting and patches of surface rust, brass has mellow patina. Wood has numerous dents and scratches but is still solid. Bayonet metal is about the same as the rifle. Leather scabbard has a bend in the middle and some cracking and chipping but is still solid. 4-49790 FS48 (2,000-3,000)

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311

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. Standard rifle with 32-5/8” round bbl, two bands with blade front sight and Buffington rear sight. It has stacking swivel and sling swivels with 2-pc trigger guard. It has case colored breech block and tang. The stock has a crisp “SWP” cartouche dated 1886. The smooth musket style buttplate is without a trap. Accompanied by a brown cloth sleeve. SN 339063. CONDITION: Crisp and new, appears unfired, retains virtually all its original arsenal finish to both metal and wood. The case colors to the breech block and tang are brilliant. Wood is crisp and clean and as new as one could want. Brilliant shiny bore. The sleeve is very worn. 4-49231 JR98 (2,000-3,000)

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312

SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. “SWP” cartouche dated 1887. The breech block is marked 1873. SN 242972. CONDITION: 97% bright blue on bbl and action, 75% on the lockplate and hammer with slightly fading casehardening colors breech block and tang. Wood is sharp with minor dents and scratches. Action is tight. Bore is bright. 4-49725 FS71 (750-1,500)

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313

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAP DOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. Partially refinished. The receiver, bbl and rear sight have been reblued. Stock has been sanded and refinished. The other metal parts retain their original finish. SN unreadable due to refinish. CONDITION: Retains most of the blue both original and refinish. Casehardening on the breech block is brilliant. Wood has minor marks. 4-49215 FS24 (550-1,000)

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314

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 RAMROD BAYONET RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. “SWP” cartouche dated 1891 on the left side of the stock. Late 1-pc trigger guard. SN 511100. CONDITION: Blue brown patina on exterior surfaces. Wood has normal dents and scratches but the cartouche is sharp. Action and bore are fine. 4-49582 FS102 (500-1,000)

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315

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Cal .45-70. 32-5/8” round bbl. SN 264120. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall, heavier on the buttplate. Stock has been lightly sanded and the cartouche is only partially readable. Action is fine. Bore is pitted. 4-49924 S65 (350-600)

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316

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 CARBINE. Cal .45-70. 22” round bbl. The “SWP” cartouche is dated 1886. The low arch breech block is dated 1873, and it still retains its ski jump rear sight. SN 188516*. CONDITION: Retains about 90% of the refinish blue, thinning at the breech. Stock has been lightly sanded and refinished. There is a small crack at the rear lockplate screw. Action is fine, bore is bright. 4-49749 FS143 (600-1,200)

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317

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Cal 45-70. 22” round bbl. “SWP” cartouche is dated 1882. The low arch breech block is dated 1873 but it has all of the 1884 alterations. The cleaning rod is under the trapdoor in the buttplate. SN 208892*. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with light to moderate pitting. Wood has numerous dents and scratches and has a coat of varnish but does not appear to have been sanded. Action is fine, bore is lightly pitted. 4-49579 X31 (750-1,500)

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318

CUSTER RANGE SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Cal .45-70. 22” round bbl. The stock has been sanded removing the cartouche. Retains original long grip stock, stepped rear sight and high arch breech block. Serial numbers below 40,000 are generally considered to be Custer era carbines but no issue records exist on the guns that went to the 7th Cavalry. SN 16766. CONDITION: Brown patina with light surface rust and pitting overall with some hints of blue in protected places. Stock has been heavily sanded. Action is fine. 4-50127 FS155 (4,500-7,000)

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319

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR CARBINE. Cal .45-70. 22” round bbl. Contains the cleaning rod/headless shell extractor in the compartment under the buttplate. Standard features and markings. SN 125297. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with hints of blue. Wood has been lightly sanded and refinished with a small crack at the rear lockplate screw and another at the tail of the lock. 4-49879 FS37 (600-1,000)

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320

CASED ROBBINS & LAWRENCE PEPPERBOX PISTOL. Cal .32 Perc. Five shot 4-1/2” bbl cluster, with raised ribs, saw handle frame with 2-pc rosewood grips and ring trigger, built under Leonards patent. It has hinged bbls with engraved frame and breech end of bbls. It is accompanied by its original compartmented walnut, blue velvet lined case containing an original Robbins & Lawrence Co. small beveled edged bag flask, single cavity ball mold with screwdriver handles, a bbl and a wrench wiping rod. SN 1324. CONDITION: Very good. Overall retains a fine a smooth chocolate brown patina with minor rust spotting near the muzzel and some deeper pitting on the front strap and butt. Grips are extremely fine retaining most of their original finish. Good mechanics. Case is very fine with a crack in the bottom and minor scratches on the lid. The lining has a faded spot from the gun, otherwise is dark and clean. Mold and flask are fine. 4-49844 JR452 (400-700)

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321

ALLEN & THURBER PEPPERBOX. Cal .31. 4” ribbed bbls. Marked “ALLEN & THURBER / WORCHESTER / PATENTED / 1837 / CAST-STEEL” on adjacent ribs of bbl. Ivory grips. SN B11. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall with considerable wear on bbls. Grips have minor cracks at the screw. Mechanically fine. 4-49908 FS226 (400-600)

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322

ALLEN & THURBER DRAGOON PEPPERBOX. Cal .36. 5-3/4” ribbed bbls. Standard Worcester markings on bbl ribs. SN 163. CONDITION: Smooth brown patina with minor pitting. Grips are fine. Action is stiff but operating. 4-49909 FS233 (400-800)

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323

ALLEN & THURBER BAR HAMMER PEPPERBOX. Cal. 32 Perc. Pocket size with 2-1/2”, 5 shot bbl cluster with fixed nipple shield and lightly engraved frame, bag shaped grip with 2-pc walnut grips. The left side of the hammer is marked Allen’s patent 1845. SN 141. CONDITION: Good, no original finish remains on the metal, being mostly a medium to dark brown patina. There are two spots of vice marks on bbl. Grips are sound and retain 80% original varnish. Good mechanics. 4-49299 JR297 (300-500)

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324

CASED BACON & CO. UNDER HAMMER PISTOL. Cal .32. 5” part oct bbl. The case is modern. SN 15. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina overall. Grips are battered. Case shows no use. 4-49831 FS239 (250-400)

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325

JOHNSON MODEL 1842 MARTIAL PISTOL. Cal .54. 8-1/2” round bbl. Dated 1855 on the lock and bbl tang. Standard “I.N.JOHNSON” marking on the lockplate. NSN. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with light to moderate pitting. Wood has been sanded and varnished. Action is good. 4-49792 FS232 (500-800)

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326

AMES MODEL 1842 BOXLOCK NAVAL PISTOL. Cal .52. 6” round bbl. Dated 1844 under “USN” on lock and bbl. The cartouche on the stock is not readable. Bbl has been bored out. The front sight and bbl band are replacements. NSN. CONDITION: Bbl has been heavily cleaned and reground. Moderate pitting remains on the lockplate, hammer and rear of bbl. Stock has been repaired in several places, sanded and refinished. Wood is missing behind bbl band. Lock is good. 4-49882 FS196 (300-500)

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327

DERINGER WITH WESTERN MARKINGS. Cal .38. 2” bbl. Marked “DERINGER / PHILDELa” on lockplate and breech plug, “MADE FOR A. J. Plate / SAN FRANCISCO”. Number 7 on the tail of the trigger guard. NSN. CONDITION: Gray patina on bbl, blue gray on lock and hammer. Wood shows wear but is still solid. Mechanically fine. 4-49306 FS215 (1,000-2,000)

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328

DERINGER PISTOL WITH WESTERN AGENT MARKING. Cal .41. 3” bbl. Marked “DERINGER / PHILADELa” on the breech plug and lockplate. The mark on the lockplate has been struck twice is almost illegible. Also marked “C . CURRY / SAN FRANCo CALa / AG…” on top of bbl. There is an under rib on the protruding part of bbl but the stock was not made for a ramrod. The capbox in the butt contains a number of percussion caps. NSN. CONDITION: Rust brown patina with light pitting overall, moderately heavy on bbl obscuring some of the marking. Wood is good with minor dents and scratches and a couple of minor cracks. Lock is fine. 4-49301 FS193 (1,000-1,500)

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329

BRUFF DERRINGER. Cal 41. 2-1/4” bbl. Marked “R.P.BRUFF” in an arc above “N.Y.” and “CAST STEEL” on top of bbl. NSN. CONDITION: Gray patina with moderate to heavy pitting on bbl, lighter on the lockplate. 70% varnish on the wood worn on the high spots and flaked elsewhere. There is a small chip missing on each side of the butt trim. Mechanically good. 4-49945 FS192 (400-600)

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330

RARE NATCHEZ GROUPING. 1) S. O’Dell deringer, cal .40, 2-1/2” bbl marked “S.O- DELL” on top of bbl and “DERINGE” on top of the breech plug. Lockplate is unmarked. Made by Slotter in Philadelphia. NSN. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with light pitting and vise marks at the rear of bbl. Wood has numerous repairs in the unmarked lock area and lock does not fit quite right. 2) Small knife with 6-1/4” clip point blade is marked faintly on the left side “Goodell’s / STAR * / HUNTER / PAT. OCT. 6 / 1868”. The blade is fastened to a 4” rosewood handle with a lead fitting with acorn on each side. There are also lead stars on both sides. No scabbard. CONDITION: Gray patina with light pitting on the blade. The handle has several small scratches, one chip missing at the front. 3) One gallon potter jug with blue underglaze marking “A. P. SIMMS / FINE WHISKEYS / NATCHEZ, MISS.” CONDITION: Very good to fine with some roughness on the bottom and two small chips at the mouth. 4-50135 FS175 (3,000-4,000)

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330A.

PAIR OF TINY ENGLISH SCREW BARREL PISTOLS. Cal .32 Perc. Fine early English percussion pistols with 1-1/2” tapered rifled bbls with cannon muzzles and decorative turnings. They are 5-1/2” overall length with 1” tapered oct breeches and bag shaped engraved silver grips. The tiny receivers, top straps and bottom straps are iron with the side of the receiver, top strap and top three flats of bbls lightly engraved. The grips are very nicely engraved with widely spaced foliate arabesque patterns and a series of engraved circles up the backstrap terminating in a demonic face at the back of the top tang. The bottom right flat of the breech is engraved in script “London”. The frames have internal sliding hammer safeties. This brace of tiny pistols is accompanied by their original L-shaped turned bbl wrench. CONDITION: Very fine. The iron is a light silver metal color with fine pitting near the nipples on one pistol and heavier on the other. One hammer screw is battered and neither safety functions properly. The grips are very fine with a small dent in one, otherwise they show light wear and handling. The bores are strong and dark. Mechanics are fine except for the safeties. 4-49139 JR456 (3,250-4,250)

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331

RIGBY ALL METAL PISTOL. Cal .30. 2-3/16” round bbl. The engraved frame is marked “Wm & Jn. Rigby” on the left side and “Dublin” on the other. There is a key in the butt for removing bbl of the other half of what was once a pair. NSN. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina with light pitting on bbl. Action is fine. 4-49940 FS222 (700-1,100)

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332

THOMAS JONES BOXLOCK PISTOL. Cal .32. 1-3/8” round bbl marked “THOs JONES” on the left side of the frame, “WREXHAM” on the right, Birmingham proof marks on the bottom of the chamber. This was part of a set and bbl and chamber both carry the No. 4. The silver thumplate is engraved with the stag head. NSN. CONDITION: Blue brown patina overall. Slight dents and scratches in the wood. Mechanically needs work. 4-49939 FS190 (200-300)

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333

ALLEN BAR HAMMER PISTOL. Cal .31. 2” part oct bbl. Marked only “ALLENS PATENT” on the left side of the hammer. SN 26. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina overall. Part of the hammer nose is broken. Most of the finish is missing from the grips but they have only modest wear. Mechanically good. 4-49298 FS188 (250-500)

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333A.

RARE ORIGINAL ELGIN CUTLASS PISTOL. Cal .54. 5” oct bbl. 11-7/8” blade made in 1-pc with the trigger guard and knuckelbow. Marked “ELGINs / PATENT” and “CBA / PM / 1837” on top of bbl. “C. B. ALLEN / SPRINGFIELD / MASS.” on the left side of the frame. The serial number appears on the left rear side of bbl and the adjacent side of the frame and on the blade directly below. The shape of the grip is slightly heavier than normally found on these pistols with a small radius to raise the sides approximately an 1/8” above the plane of the receiver. SN 36. CONDITION: Light gray patina with very even pin point pitting. When the consignor purchased this pistol it was crusted all over with a rust. He had it cleaned with an acid solution to the dissolve the rust, giving it the gray patina it currently has. Wood appears to be unused. Action is crisp. 4-49257 (6,500-10,000)

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334

CASED MASS. ARMS HAND TURNED REVOLVER. Cal .28. 2-1/2” oct bbl. Standard “MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS” on the top strap and “MAYNARD’S PATENT SEP. 22. 1845.” in a circle around the primer door handle. In an original Mass Arms case with flask, bullet mold, key, cleaning rod and bullet seater. The cleaning rod is incorrect. SN 94 on the top strap, 27 on the frame and 927 on the primer mechanism. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina overall with light pitting around the nipple and cylinder. The spring and screw of the powder flask is rusty. Brass tools are lightly dented. The key does not work the lock. The exterior of the case has been sanded and refinished. Mechanically good. 4-49911 FS240 (800-1,200)

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335

FINE CASED PAIR FRENCH TARGET PISTOLS. Cal .50. 10-1/8” oct damascus bbls. Marked “J. PECANTIN A ORLEANS” on each lock. In a fine walnut case with silver shield on top. The interior is lined with green velvet and has fitted recesses for the pistols, cleaning rod, ramrod, bullet mold, powder flask, glass oil bottle, a tin containing greased patches, cap box, mallet and combination screwdriver and nipple wrench. The last three and the rods are all done in a light wood. There is also a covered compartment for the key and balls. NSN. CONDITION: Fine plus with bright metal overall. Stocks appear to have been revarnished. There are small cracks at the lockplate screw. The case has minor dents on the top, lining is clean and bright. Mallet head and screwdriver handle have several cracks. Bullet mold has been polished. The silver top on the oil bottle is not marked. Powder flask retains all most all of its varnish. 4-49823 FS171 (2,500-4,000)

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336

PAIR OF PEACOCK PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT PISTOLS. Cal .44. 10-1/8” oct bbls. Marked “PEACOCK” on both lockplates and “Duke St Grosvenor Sqr LONDON” on each bbl. There are two platinum bands on the rear of the breech plugs and well as platinum blowout plugs. The ramrods have ball screws under the iron tip and threads for some unknown attachment at the rear. They are equipped with safeties and single set triggers. The forearm tip, bbl key, escutcheons and lock screw escutcheons are silver. SN 388. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall with even light pitting. The damascus pattern on bbls is visible but does not show any finish. Wood has numerous small dents and scratches and one pistol is missing a narrow splinter the full length of the right forearm. Mechanically fine. 4-49282 FS225 (2,000-2,500)

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336A.

CASED PAIR FRENCH TARGET PISTOLS. NSN. Cal. .66 multi-rifle bores, 8-7/8” oct. Damascus bbls. One lock is marked “Trouilleux”, the other is marked “A St Etienne”. In a light oak case lined with red chamois and containing: one loading and one cleaning rod; one mallet with separate handle; one screw top cap box; a screw driver handle, all in a matching white wood; a fancy bullet mold; a blade for the screw driver handle; and a “BOCHE Bte A PARIS” flask. Two keys are present including one large door key that actually works the lock. A covered compartment at the front of the case is empty. CONDITION: Case-hardening on the locks and breech plugs is bright, that on the hammer is slightly dull. Damascus pattern is bright. Wood stocks retain most of their original varnish with slight loss around the base. Case is slightly battered on the outside, with one crack across the lid and missing the key escutcheon on the front of the case. Case also has two cracks across the bottom, making it un-firm. Interior is dirty and faded. Accessories are fine with bright case-hardening on the bullet mold and brown on the flask. 4-47524 (3,000-5,000)

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337

FINE SAVAGE MODEL 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 48” part oct bbl. Sharp “DWT” cartouche on the left side of the stock. NSN. CONDITION: Fine plus with bright original metal, sharp edges on the wood with minor dents and scratches. Possibly the finest Savage Civil War musket known. 4-49811 FS55 (2,500-4,500)

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338

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl dated 1859 on the lockplate and bbl. The cartouches on the left side of the stock are visible but not readable under the coat of varnish that has been applied. The nipple remains in the patchbox. NSN. CONDITION: Very light pitting on bbl, lock and bbl bands. Trigger guard and buttplate are covered with light surface rust. Wood has some dents and scratches under the coating of varnish. Lock is good and contains a roll of Maynard primers. 4-49732 FS40 (800-1,500)

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339

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET. Cal .69. 42” round bbl. Dated 1855 on the tail of the lockplate and 1854 on the tang of the breech plug. The outline of the cartouche is visible but not letters are showing. NSN. CONDITION: Metal except lockplate has been cleaned to bright with some light pitting remaining at the breech and on the buttplate and trigger guard. Wood has been cleaned but not sanded and numerous small dents and scratches remain. Mechanically good. 4-49783 FS46 (1,000-1,500)

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340

BRIDESBURG MODEL 1864 MUSKET. .58 cal. w/ 40” part oct bbl. No cartouche. Lockplate is dated 1865, bbl is dated 1864. CONDITION: The metal has been cleaned to white, the stock has been broken, repaired, heavily sanded, and refinished. Lock is functional. 4-49662 FS135 (700-1,100)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. Dated 1860 on the lock and bbl. Issue marks “A / 26” is stamped at the rear of bbl tang and ”77” is on the left side of the stock just below the “JS” cartouche. NSN. CONDITION: Metal has been lightly cleaned except at breech where heavier cleaning was required to remove some of the vise marks. There is still some moderate pitting at the bolster. Wood has light handling marks with a few dents and scratches. Action is good. 4-49777 FS68 (1,000-2,000)

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SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE. Cal .50-70. 22” round bbl. Refinished during conversion with markings on bbl and receiver removed. The stock, buttplate and forearm are recent replacements with a filled swivel position on the bottom of the stock. SN C,3649. CONDITION: All metal lightly pitted except buttplate which is near new. Inspector marks on the wood are sharp, but the wood is slightly oversized and the sling ring is held in place by the bar. Action is good. 4-49927 FS66 (1,500-2,500)

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SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .52. 21-5/8” part oct bbl. Made by Mass Arms Co. Strong “AGN” and “JM” cartouches on the left side of the stock. SN 18827. CONDITION: Very good with 50% blue on bbl and strong traces of casehardening on the receiver mixed with light surface rust and pitting. Bbl band has been reblued, trigger guard and buttplate are covered with light surface rust. Wood is fine. Bore is bright but the rifling is very shallow. 4-49803 X12 (1,500-2,500)

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IDENTIFIED STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .54. 21” round bbl. Standard markings on bbl and lock. A brass tag attached to the saddle ring states that this gun was issued to Henry Tilley of Company K 3rd Arkansas Cavalry, a Northern Unit. The returns from the 3rd Arkansas Cavalry dated may 29, 1865 show that this was one of four Starr carbines in the regiment. It was issued to Henry Hilley. The other 20 carbines in the regiment were probably also Starrs but they were not identified except by serial numbers. SN10282. CONDITION: Gray brown patina with spots of surface rust and light to moderate pitting. Wood has normal handling marks. Action is good, bore lightly pitted. 4-49567 FS112 (2,000-3,000)

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MERRILL CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .52. 22” round bbl. There are two spare nipples in the patchbox. SN 6859. CONDITION: Gray brown patina overall with moderate pitting and severe dents at the rear of bbl. Wood is slightly oil soaked but still solid with minor handling marks. Action is good. 4-49754 FS118 (1,500-2,500)

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JOSLYN MODEL 1864 CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .50. 22” round bbl marked “JOSLYN FIRE ARMS Co. / STONINGTON CONN / 1864” on the lockplate. Matching numbers. SN 14694. CONDITION: 85% blue on bbl. Faint traces of casehardening on the lock and action mostly gray brown patina. Wood has been cleaned and waxed. Action is good. 4-49881 FS36 (1,000-2,000)

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MAYNARD CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .50. 20” part oct bbl. Standard markings on both sides of the frame. “AJN” and “JM” cartouches on the left side of the stock. SN 14541. CONDITION: 90% thinning blue on bbl, casehardening colors good except right side of frame which is a streaky brown. Buttplate is a gray brown patina. Wood is fine with minor dents and scratches. Action is fine, bore is bright. 4-49573 FS94 (2,000-2,500)

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CASED COLT TEXAS PATERSON REVOLVER. Cal .41. 7-1/2” oct bbl. Marked “Patent Arms M’g Co. Paterson,N.J.-Colt’s Pt.” with appropriate lines and asterisks on top of bbl. Bbl is rifled with 11 round bottom grooves right hand twist. The serial number appears on the back of bbl, back of the cylinder, hammer, rotating ring, backstrap and grips. The wedge has no number. The rest of the mechanism has not been disassembled to check for internal part numbers. The case is modern and contains a replica powder flask, combination screwdriver bullet seater, cleaning rod, cap tin and bullet mold. The screwdriver is period but not Colt. The capper is marked “J. JOHNSON & SON” in an arc over “PATERSON N.J.”. There are two turned wood boxes, one empty and one containing a set of replica screws from Dixie Gun Works. SN674. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina overall with very light pitting and some rust stains. Cylinder has some battering on the rear and one area of moderate pitting where the gun sat in the same position for a number of years. Cylinder scene is visible but getting a little thin. Screws are mostly all buggered. Grips have minor chips at the right toe and top left. Action is sticky, probably due to the worn screws. Case and new accessories are fine. Cap box has some light corrosion and a small solder repair at the mouth. 4-49824 FS286 (25,000-40,000)

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CASED COLT 1ST MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Great 1st model with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. The left side of the frame has a tiny “U.S.” below “Colt’s Patent”. It is accompanied by a fine original walnut-compartmented case, lined with red velvet. It contains a Colt’s Patent copper and brass flask with double sided trophy of arms over crossed rifles and crossed revolvers with a ribbon bearing the inscription “Colt’s Patent”. It has triangle hangers and a 35-grain spring-loaded nozzle, with a copper filler cap marked “Colt’s Patent”. The case also contains a brass and iron two cavity mold for conical and round ball with “Colt’s Patent” marked sprue cutter. It has a sealed tin of Hick’s Caps and several conical and round lead bullets in another compartment. SN 3348. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the wedge. Overall, it retains a smooth silver-gray patina with scattered surface discoloration and retains strong blue around the wedge screw. The wedge, when exposed, retains strong bright niter blue. The frame and hammer have crisp edges with some evidence of old cleaning and a trace of silvered colors around the recoil shield. The cylinder is a silver-gray patina and retains 75-80% of the Ranger & Indian fight scene. The original safety pin is mostly intact. The grip frame and trigger guard retain traces of original silver plating, being overall a smooth, light mustard patina. Grips are outstanding, sharp and clean with only minor handling and use marks and retain 92-93% strong bright varnish. One or two screws are slightly battered. The bore is bright and shiny with one or two scattered spots of light pitting. The case has a couple of hairlines in the lid, otherwise is sound with the lining slightly faded with wear impressions from the revolver. The exterior has been refinished. 4-49486 JR357 (15,000-25,000)

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EARLY COLT 1ST CONTRACT DRAGOON REVOLVER AKA FLUCK MODEL. Cal. 44 Perc. Rare revolver with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight with bbl address reading from cylinder to muzzle. It has small “P” proofs visible on all the original parts. It has the square back brass trigger guard. The bottom of the butt has the scratched initials “WGL”. The trigger slot has a rounded front edge like the Walker. The “Colt’s Patent” and “U.S.” markings are centered on the left side of the frame and the serial numbers are very tiny. SN 2258. CONDITION: Good, all matching except the wedge and operating handle which are unnumbered. The wedge, however, has the proper “P” proof, as does the operating handle. No original finish remains, being a very dark brown patina overall with crusted rust and pitting on bbl with bbl lug mostly smooth patina. The operating handle bbl hinge is broken and missing a small piece. The frame retains 60-70% silvered case hardening with light patina and fine pitting. The cylinder is a smooth brown patina with some light pitting around the front edge. Retains 20-25% visible Indian fight scene. The trigger guard and backstrap are a medium mustard patina. Grips have a hairline on the left side at the frame and a re-glued chip at the left toe. The right toe is missing a chip and another small chip at the frame. There is the outline of a cartouche on the left side, but heavy wear has obscured the one on the right side. It has a strong bore with some shine, dark with pitting. 4-49485 (14,000-22,000)

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EARLY COLT 1ST CONTRACT DRAGOON REVOLVER AKA FLUCK MODEL. Cal. 44 Perc. revolver with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight with bbl address reading from cylinder to muzzle. It has small “P” proofs visible on all the original parts. It has the square back brass trigger guard. The trigger slot has a rounded front edge like the Walker. The “COLT’S PATENT” and “U.S.” markings are centered on the left side of the frame and the serial numbers are very tiny. SN 2254. CONDITION: Very good. Retains most of an old reblue to bbl, cylinder and frame. The cylinder retains 30-40% faint Indian fight scene. The rammer and operating handle are old replacements. The trigger guard and backstrap were cleaned a long time ago and now retain a fine light to medium mustard patina. Grips are sound with chipped toes, a bruise on the right side and an old gouge on the left side and retain most of an old refinish. The bore is bright and shiny with scattered light pitting. 4-49484 (10,000-17,000)

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MARTIALLY MARKED COLT 1ST MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips and a tiny “U.S.” below Colt’s Patent on left side of frame. SN 3417. CONDITION: About very good, all matching except the wedge which is unnumbered. No original finish remains, having an overall even medium brown patina. The left side of bbl has several old cut marks. The cylinder retains 20-25% scene and the trigger guard about 25% thin original silverplate with the balance of the grip frame a light mustard patina. The left side of the frame, just below the frame screws has a small series of pits. Grips are sound and show moderate to heavy wear with no visible markings. Strong bright bore with scattered light pitting. 4-49137 JR271 (11,000-12,000)

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MARTIALLY MARKED COLT 2ND MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Beautiful Dragoon with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight with brass square-back trigger guard and backstrap and 1-pc walnut grips with fine strong cartouches. There is a small “U.S.” below “COLT’S PATENT” on the frame “JH” cartouche on the left side of the grip and “W.A.T.” on the right and tiny inspector’s initials on the various parts. SN 10071. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains about 85-90% strong bright original blue with scattered chemical or blood spotting on the left side mixed with light patina and fine pitting. The operating handle retains 60-70% strong bright colors, fading on the left side and on the round area. The rammer is a silver metal color. The frame retains 50-60% case colors, mostly on the left side with the right side having colors in the sheltered areas only, the balance turned silver and some chemical spotting on the left side with scattered light pitting. The cylinder retains about 80% thin original blue with one area of light pitting and about 95% of its crisp Indian fight scene. The 6 safety pins are nearly intact. The trigger guard and backstrap are a light mellow mustard color. The trigger retains about 90% niter blue and the screws retain most of their blue. Grips are crisp with good legible cartouches on both sides and retain most of their original finish. Brilliant shiny bore. A rare Colt in outstanding condition. 4-49489 (20,000-30,000)

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SCARCE MARTIALLY MARKED COLT MASS MILITIA 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight, brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips which have the outline of a cartouche on both sides. There is a large “MS” stamped just in front of the trigger guard. There is a tiny “U.S.” below the Colt’s Patent on the frame and the various parts have tiny inspectors’ initials. There is an “X” carved into the left grip through the cartouche and “BOXL” carved on the bottom of the left grip. SN 10459. CONDITION: Very good to fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains traces of blue in the very sheltered areas, being mostly a smooth light silver-brown patina with some very fine scattered light pitting. The frame is mostly a cleaned smooth silvered patina. The cylinder retains about 30% thin original blue with the balance a silver-brown patina and a few spots of scattered very fine pitting. Retains about 80% of the original Indian fight scene and all 6 safety pins are present. The trigger guard and backstrap are a medium mustard patina. Grips show moderate wear with handling and use marks and the still-visible outlines of the cartouches. There is a hairline crack in the right grip near the frame. Strong bright bore with scattered fine pitting. 4-49487 (13,000-22,000)

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COLT MASSACHUSETTS MARKED MARTIAL 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. Cal. 44 Perc. Scarce Mass militia martial dragoon with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight, 1-line address, small “U.S.” under the Colt’s patent under the frame and the outline of cartouches on each side of the 1-pc walnut grips. It has small inspector marks on various parts and a large “MS” just in front of the trigger guard. SN 10247. CONDITION: Fine plus, all matching including the wedge. No original finish remains, being a light silver patina over all the iron surfaces. The trigger guard and backstrap are a light mustard patina, having been cleaned a long time ago. The cylinder retains 50-60% of its original scene with all six pins mostly intact. Grips are sound and fine with the partially legible cartouche visible on the left side and mostly legible cartouche on the right side. The bore is strong with good shine and moderate pitting. 4-49135 (17,500-22,500)

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SCARCE MARTIALLY MARKED COLT NEW HAMPSHIRE 2ND MODEL DRAGOON. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight, brass trigger guard and backstrap containing 1-pc walnut grips with a fine legible cartouche on each side. The left side of bbl is very nicely stamped “New Hampshire” in small lettering. There is a tiny “U.S.” below the Colt’s Patent on the frame and tiny inspectors’ initials on the various parts, including the left grip. SN 10712. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains a smooth, even medium brown patina, as does the rammer and lever. The frame retains a fine, smooth silver-gray patina with some fine pitting on the hammer nose. The cylinder is an even silver-brown patina with fine pitting around the front edge. Retains 60-70% original Indian fight scene. The trigger guard and backstrap are a medium mustard patina. Grips are extremely fine, showing light wear with 2 or 3 dings, minutely chipped toes with good “JCB” cartouche on the left side and “WAT” cartouche on the right side. It has a strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-49488 (15,000-25,000)

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RARE “C.L. DRAGOONS” COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight and two-leaf bbl sight dovetailed into the top flat. The left top flat is marked “C.L. Dragoons” for Crocheron Light Dragoons, an Alabama militia unit which later served the CSA under Capt. Halloway. It has the 4-screw frame with cut for shoulder stock with a notch in the butt. It has brass trigger guard and iron backstrap. There is a tiny “U.S.” below the Colt’s Patent on the frame and there are tiny inspector’s initials on the various parts. Several screws have been replaced, the hammer screw incorrectly. SN 17235. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching except the wedge, which is unnumbered. The iron retains an even dark brown patina overall with some crusty rust around the front sight and with light to moderate pitting on bbl lug. The right side of the frame and hammer nose are pitted. The trigger guard is a medium mustard patina and the backstrap a silver-brown patina. Grips are sound, showing moderate to heavy wear with an old divot from the right side. The cylinder has scattered to moderate pitting with several dings and hammer marks and retains traces of the original Indian fight scene. All 6 of the safety pins are prominent but peened over. The bore is strong and dark. 4-49490 (15,000-25,000)

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CASED INSCRIBED & ENGRAVED VERY EARLY COLT MODEL 1851 REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. First type revolver with 7-1/2” oct bbl that has the wedge over the screw. It has small square-back brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. Engraved in the early-style foliate arabesque patterns, it is identified on pg. 40 in Vol. 1 of the Colt Engraving book by R.L. Wilson and is one of the earliest engraved ’51 Navy’s known. It has an inscription on the left bbl flat near the muzzle “John Smiley Watson” that does not appear to have been done by the same hand that did the engraving. Accompanied by an original Colt walnut, compartmented casing that contains the revolver, an unopened package of skin cartridges, and “L” shaped nipple wrench/screwdriver and a tin of early Eley caps. The case is lined with brown velvet. SN 687. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching except the wedge, which is an old replacement. The metal retains an overall smooth, very dark brown patina. The grip frame and trigger guard retain 40-50% original silver plating with the balance a dark mustard patina. Grips are sound and retain most of an old refinish. The cylinder retains 60-70% Naval battle scene. The bore is dark and pitted. The case is very fine with the exterior retaining most of its original finish with numerous small nicks and dings on the lid. The interior is moderately faded with front sight and hammer spur damage, bbl support block is loose and the front is missing the lock escutcheon. The skin cartridges are sealed, but have light damage in the lower left corner and is missing small portion of the label and has tape on the opposite end. The cap tin is fine. 4-49493 (22,500-32,500)

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CASED COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Extremely fine early Navy with 7-1/2” oct bbl, New York City with dashes marking. Silver plated small brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. Accompanied by an equally fine original Colt compartmented casing with green velvet lining. The case contains a Navy size flask with angle spout, double-sided with crossed pistols over stars and a spread-winged eagle holding crossed flags and an olive branch with a trophy of arms at the bottom. Also included is an iron Colt’s Patent two-cavity mold for conical and round bullets marked “36” on the side. In another compartment is a tin of Eley caps and the corner compartment contains five skin cartridges, 3 of which are broken. SN 27285. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 95-97% strong bright glossy blue with a flaked area near the muzzle, some minor sharp edge wear and a couple of small nicks and scratches. There is a spot of very fine pitting on the top flat. The rammer and lever retain most of their case hardening with the colors turned to silver. The frame retains 60-70% faded case colors with the balance turned silver and some light spots of discoloration. The hammer retains about 50% good colors, faded with the balance silver and with a few spots of pitting. The trigger guard and backstrap retain 96-98% strong original silver plating and the grips 97-99% bright original varnish with a couple of small bruises and a tiny scratch or two. The cylinder retains 60-70% blue mixed with flaked spots which have turned to a light patina and 98-99% of the Naval battle scene remains. Four of the 6 safety pins are intact with one partial and one peened over. The first couple inches of the bore are lightly pitted with the balance bright and shiny. The screws retain most of their original bright blue with the bottom grip screw and wedge screw showing screwdriver marks. The case interior is moderately faded with some wear and minor damage spots from the front sight and hammer spur. The flask retains about 80% of its original lacquer. The mold retains 25-30% original blue with good cavities. The exterior of the case is extremely fine with numerous fine light scratches and a bruise or two. An exceptional set. 4-49496 JR359 (22,500-32,500)

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ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Fine Gustave Young engraved Navy in his #2 style and so marked on the left side of bbl lug. It has beautiful foliate arabesque patterns on bbl, the operating handle pivot, sides of the frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The engraving patterns are standard Young motifs but with the extra touch of 2 animals on the left side. Bbl lug has a hound’s head incorporated in the pattern and on the left side of the frame a bird’s head. The “COLT’S PATENT” is within his trademark vignette and the hammer nose has his trademark hound’s head on each side. All the engraving has fine punch-dot background and there is a fine border at the muzzle. This revolver has a 7-1/2” oct bbl, 1-line Hartford address with dashes, with iron trigger guard and backstrap and large oval trigger guard containing 1-pc ivory grips. SN 64851. CONDITION: Very fine plus, all matching including the wedge, which is missing its spring. Bbl retains 75-80% bright original blue with edge and muzzle wear, thin on the left side with light rust spotting on the left flat. The operating handle retains 60-70% strong case colors turned silver on the round part and the rammer has gone silver. The entire frame retains 25-30% faded case colors on the side flats with the balance a dark silver patina. The hammer retains 30-40% faded case colors. The iron front and backstrap and trigger guard retains 30-35% silver plating with the balance turned silver. The cylinder is mostly a medium gray patina with some light rust spotting and 3 or 4 areas of vise marks. It retains 75-80% Naval battle scene. The grips have many age lines with the left side a dark streaky gold color and the right side quite a bit lighter. The bore is bright and shiny with scattered pitting. 4-49457 JR415 (16,000-18,000)

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SHARPS MODEL 1859 BERDAN RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. Very faint inspector cartouche on the left side of the stock. Double set triggers. Standard marks on all metal pieces. “CHM” has been carved in the bottom of the forearm. SN 55036. CONDITION: Mixture of dried grease, dirt and rust on all metal. There are vise marks at the breech of bbl. Wood has normal handling marks with a short crack at the tail of the upper tang. Bore and action are fine. 4-49597 FS84 (5,000-8,000)

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RARE BERDAN SHARPS CIVIL WAR RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. Double set triggers. The cartouche in the stock is visible but not readable. SN 56505. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with vise marks on bbl. There is a patch of rust on the right side of the buttplate. Wood has been cleaned but not sanded. Hammer screw is a replacement. Pellet primer feeder arm is frozen in place and the tip that rides in the hammer has been sheared off. 4-49653 FS30 (5,000-7,000)

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SPRINGFIELD/SPENCER CONVERSION RIFLE. Cal .50. 32-5/8” round bbl. This Model 1865 Spencer carbine action was converted to rifle configuration with the added Stabler cutoff at Springfield. The original Spencer inspector cartouche is not readable. SN 25379. CONDITION: Rust brown patina on bbl, light spotty pitting on the action. The replacement hammer and buttplate both show considerable casehardening color. Wood has many dents and scratches and has a wax coating. Action is fine. 4-49652 FS140 (2,000-3,000)

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SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 RIFLE. Cal .52. 30” round bbl. The cartouches are not readable. SN C,35640. CONDITION: 65% thin blue turning brown on bbl, other metal parts are mostly gray with light to moderate pitting. Wood has been lightly sanded and varnished but no repairs are visible. Action is fine, bore has a ring about 8” in front of the chamber. 4-49654 FS141 (2,000-3,000)

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BALLARD MILITARY RIFLE. Cal .54. 30” round bbl. Marked “KENTUCKY.” on top of the receiver. The markings on the side of the receiver are mostly gone but it appears like it was made by Ball & Williams. The lever screw and the extractor head are replacements. The sling swivels are missing. The 2-pc breech block has two numbers 407 and 143 on the left side, none on the right. The block is designed for rimfire use only. SN 143/407. CONDITION: Gray brown patina mixed with light pitting overall and heavy pitting on the action and breech block. Buttstock has a 1/2” hole on the left side, probably where a compass was installed. There are numerous other dents and gouges on the wood. Action needs work. 4-49575 X24 (1,000-2,000)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 PISTOL CARBINE. Cal .54. 12” part oct bbl. Dated 1856 on the lockplate and 1855 on bbl. The butt cap has the number 14 and a matching number on the stock. There is an unreadable cartouche on the left side of the stock. NSN. CONDITION: Gray patina on bbl and loading assembly mixed with light to moderate pitting, dark patina on the lock. Mellow patina on the brass fittings. Stock yoke has been filed around the edges and is somewhat battered. Wood has numerous dents and scratches. Mechanics are good. 4-49674 FS251 (2,500-3,500)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 PISTOL CARBINE. Cal .54. 12” part oct bbl. Dated 1856 on the lockplate and 1855 on bbl. The butt cap has the number 11; there is none on the stock metal. There is an unreadable cartouche on the left side of the stock. There is a roll of Maynard primers in the magazine well. NSN. CONDITION: Gray patina with light pitting and rust stains overall. Brass has a light patina with some pitting and signs of cleaning. Wood has normal dents and scratches. Mechanically fine. 4-49679 FS236 (2,000-3,000)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 PISTOL CARBINE. Cal .54. 12” part oct bbl. Dated 1855 on the lockplate and 1855 on bbl. The butt cap has the number 14; and 2 on the stock metal. There is no cartouche. NSN. CONDITION: Gray with light pitting overall. There is a crack through the lockplate with dents and gouges, some filled but the wood has not been sanded. Action is very good. 4-49692 FS254 (2,500-3,500)

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REMINGTON ZOUAVE RIFLE. Cal .58. 33” round bbl. Dated 1863 on the lock and bbl. “HDJ” and “BH” cartouches on the left side of the stock. The spare nipple remains in the patchbox. NSN. CONDITION: Metal is near new. Wood has a number of scratches and dents on the left side. Lock is fine. 4-49617 FS93 (3,000-5,000)

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WHITNEY MODEL 1861 PLYMOUTH RIFLE. Cal .69. 34-1/4” part oct bbl. Dated 1863 on the lock and bbl. The cartouche on the left side of the stock is barely visible. SN 5741. CONDITION: all metal has been cleaned to white. Stock has been sanded. Lock is fine. 4-49574 X25 (2,000-3,000)

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SCARCE TRYON MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. .58 cal. w/ 33” round bbl. The cartouches on the left side of the stock are visible, but not readable. “N.J” is stamped on the left side of bbl. A museum or collection number has been painted on the triggerguard bow. The rear of the triggerguard plate is numbered 11. CONDITION: Bbl appears to be rebrowned over light pitting. Lock and hammer are not finished. The stock has been cleaned and varnished. There is a slight crack at the head of the patchbox. 4-49657 FS 138 (2,000-3,000)

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HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE. Cal .75. 33” part oct bbl. Dated 1858 on the tail of the lock and 1861 at rear of bbl. Bbl has been reamed smooth. Bbl bands, sling swivels, patchbox cover, several screws and ramrod are replacements. The rear sight has been removed and the screw in bbl has been plugged. The front sight is inside the patchbox. NSN. CONDITION: Wood is much better than the metal and is probably a reproduction. Bbl and lock are lightly pitted with some live rust. Mechanically good. 4-49598 FS26 (1,000-2,000)

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MAYNARD CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .50. 20” part oct bbl. Standard markings on both sides of the frame. “AJN” and “JM” cartouches on the left side of the stock. SN 19377. CONDITION: Fine plus, 90% bright blue on bbl and 80% bright colors on the action, fading to brown at the front of the action and on the tangs. Stock is sharp with minor marks at the top. It has a varnish coating. 4-49815 FS57 (2,000-3,000)

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ALTERED SPENCER CARBINE. Cal .50CF. 19-3/4” round bbl. The breech block has been altered to center fire and the Spencer patent cutoff device with a pivoting top has been added. SN 25311. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina overall with traces of casehardening colors on the action and blue on replace screws. Receiver is cracked on the right side. Wood is generally good but there are three nail holes in the bottom of the forearm and some dents and scratches on the butt. The front sight is a welded replacement. Action is good. 4-49565 FS83 (1,000-2,000)

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SMITH CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal .50. 21-5/8” part oct bbl. Made by American Machine Works. ‘”JH” and “LTR” cartouches faint on the left side of the stock. Front sight replaced. SN 2434. CONDITION: Mostly blue gray patina with traces of original blue in protected places and on the latch. 20% casehardening colors on the frame. All surfaces with light to moderate pitting. Buttplate has been cleaned but some light pitting remains. Wood has normal dents and gouges. Several screws are replaced. Bore is bright. 4-49737 FS43 (1,250-1,750)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58 48” part oct bbl. Brass forearm tip. Faint “ESA” and “JS” inspector cartouches on the left side of the stock NSN. CONDITION: Metal has been lightly cleaned to bright. Wood has been repaired, lightly sanded and refinished. There is no patchbox. Lock is fine. 4-49663 FS116 (1,500-2,500)

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REMINGTON CONVERSION MUSKET. Cal .69. 42” round bbl. Dated 1858 on tail of lock and bbl tang. Sharp “LS” cartouche on the left side of the stock and “N.J” ownership mark on the left side of bbl. “0” assembly mark at rear of bbl and behind the date on the tang. NSN. CONDITION: All metal has been cleaned bright. Wood is fine with sharp edges on the wood and a light wax coating overall. 4-49782 FS45 (450-900)

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FINE SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1864 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. Dated 1864 on the lock and bbl. “ESA” and “GK” cartouches on the left side of the stock. NSN. CONDITION: Brilliant casehardening colors on lock and hammer. Generally bright white on other metal parts with slight signs of cleaning at the rear of bbl and heel of the buttplate. Wood has sharp edges and only minor marks. Lock is fine. 4-49644 FS123 (3,000-4,000)

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S.N.& W.T.C. CONTRACT MODEL 1864 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. Dated 1864 on lock and bbl. Faint “GKC” inspector cartouches on the left side of the stock. Issue markings “c / 33 / 84” are stamped on top of the buttplate. Standard 3-line marking on the lock in front of the eagle. NSN. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with light pitting and small patches of rust and heavier pitting. Wood has some scorch marks near the buttplate and on top of the wrist but otherwise has normal handling marks. Lock is fine. 4-49629 FS105 (750-1,500)

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SCARCE SAVAGE MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. “N.J” cartouche on the left side of the stock below the same marking on bbl. Dated 1863 on lock and bbl. NSN. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned to bright with some light pitting remaining except the buttplate which has a rust brown patina and an issue mark “E / 35”. Wood has many dents and gouges and has been lightly cleaned and waxed. Lock is fine. 4-49588 FS121 (1,000-1,500)

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HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .58. 40” part oct bbl. Dated 1858 on lock and bbl. “JAS” inspector cartouche is sharp despite being in a sanded area. NSN. CONDITION: Metal has been cleaned but moderate pitting remains on the lockplate, buttplate and bbl bands. Ramrod is a replacement. Stock has been repaired, sanded and refinished. Lock is fine. 4-49747 FS80 (1,000-1,500)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET. Cal .69. 42” round bbl. Dated 1850 on the tail of the lockplate and 1845 on the tang of the breech plug. The ramrod is a replacement. There are vise marks at the rear of bbl. NSN. CONDITION: Metal has been lightly cleaned but dents and light pitting remain. Wood has also been cleaned and waxed. Lock is good. 4-49801 FS50 (700-1,100)

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MARTIALLY MARKED COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, German silver front sight with brass trigger guard and backstrap containing 1-pc walnut grips with fine, legible cartouches on each side. There is a tiny “U.S.” below the Colt’s Patent on the frame and it has tiny inspector’s initials on the various parts. SN 13605. CONDITION: Very fine plus, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 60-70% original blue, mostly on the lug. There are strong traces of blue on the bottom of bbl but the top has been cleaned and is mostly gray with light pitting. The muzzle is worn at the top. However, on the lug the sides are bright. The operating handle and pivot retain most of their strong original case colors. The rammer has turned silver. The frame retains most of its original case colors, somewhat faded, but there. The hammer retains 85-90% case colors on the left side and back edge with the right side being mostly faded to silver. The trigger guard and backstrap are a mellow mustard yellow patina. Grips are crisp with minutely worn edges, and minor handling marks with a hairline on each side at the frame. The cartouches are legible with “JH” in an oval on the left grip and a “WAT” in a rectangle on the right grip. The grip retains most of its original oil finish. Brilliant shiny bore with 2 or 3 small spots of pitting. 4-49491 (20,000-30,000)

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MARTIALLY MARKED COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER WITH MATCHING SHOULDER STOCK. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, half-moon German silver front sight, two-leaf rear sight, and the 4-screw frame with flat head hammer screw. There is a tiny “U.S.” below Colt’s Patent and the various parts have small inspectors’ initials. It has a brass trigger guard and iron backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips with the outline a cartouche on each side. It is accompanied by an original 3rd type Dragoon stock with iron furniture and a lanyard ring in the lower tang, serial #’s 17039 and 17040 and has a visible cartouche on both sides. SN 17039. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and cylinder retain no original finish with bbl being a smooth silver-gray patina with scattered light surface pitting and a worn muzzle edge. The operating handle and rammer are silver colored, which the pivot retaining about 75% slightly faded case colors. The frame retains traces of case colors, with the balance a silver-gray patina. The cylinder is cleaned to bright with some moderate to deep pitting. Retains 40-50% Indian fight scene and all 6 of its safety pins are intact. The trigger guard is a light mustard patina and the backstrap cleaned to bright. Grips are very fine with the aforementioned visible cartouches and flat spots at the frame from the shoulder stock. Strong bright bore with scattered moderate pitting. The stock iron is overall a silver-gray patina with light pitting on the lower tang. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish with the cartouches still visible. 4-49492 (16,000-22,000)

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COLT HARTFORD ENGLISH DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Great 3rd Model Dragoon, one of only about 750 made, with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, originally blue and case colored with silver-plated round trigger guard and grip frame and varnished 1-pc walnut grips. It has British proofs on the breech end of the cylinder between each nipple and on the left side of bbl lug. SN 244. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Traces of original finish remain around the wedge with good strong colors on the rammer pivot, the balance is a mottled silver/brown patina. The trigger guard and backstrap retain traces of silver plating otherwise they are a light mustard patina. The cylinder retains 60-70% thin scene and the grips about 60% original strong varnish. The bore is strong and bright with scattered pitting. Mechanics are fine. 4-49142 (11,000-13,000)

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COLT SECOND MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal .44. 7-1/2” part oct bbl. All matching numbers including the wedge. The wedge spring and screw are replacements. There is “U.S” on the left side of the frame under the Colt’s patent marks. There are no other inspector marks or cartouches. SN 9054. CONDITION: Brown patina with light to moderate pitting on the iron parts. The cylinder scene is entirely missing. All of the pins on the rear of the cylinder have been mashed flat. At least two of the nipples have been replaced. Grips show heavy wear at the base and are slightly undersized. Action is good. 4-49200 FS163 (5,000-8,000)

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COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Early 3rd Model with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, dovetail front sight with brass trigger guard and backstrap and 1-pc walnut grips. It has small inspector initials on various parts of the revolver including the cylinder, bbl lug and trigger guard. SN 13799. CONDITION: Very good, all matching except the wedge which is unnumbered. No original finish remains, being an even smooth gray/brown patina overall. The metal has sharp edges and appears to have had very little use but obviously cleaned a long time ago. There is some light pitting on the left recoil shield, the hammer nose with some light spotting on the left side of the frame. The cylinder retains 75-80% sharp cylinder scene with scattered fine pitting and has two intact pins and 3 partials with one battered down. The trigger guard and backstrap are a light mustard patina. Grips have chipped toes with a good sharp right side and slightly worn left side and are slightly shrunken. It has good mechanics and a strong bright bore with fine pitting in the grooves. 4-49136 JR274 (10,000-15,000)

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MARTIALLY MARKED COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. Cal. 44 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2” oct to round bbl, brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. There is a tiny “U.S.” below “COLT’S PATENT” on the frame and inspector marks on the various parts. SN 11431. CONDITION: Fair to good, all matching including the wedge. No original finish remains with bbl and lug somewhat battered with moderate pitting. The frame and hammer are also moderately pitted. Overall retains a mottled dark brown patina. The trigger guard and grip frame are a medium mustard patina. The cylinder is a matching dark patina with scattered light rust and retains about 75% Indian fight scene. There is a large sliver missing from the left heel of the grips and it has a chipped right toe. The trigger bow is slightly dented. The wedge spring is missing and the wedge screw is a replacement. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-49935 JR420 (1,500-2,500)

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CASED ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1851 REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Third type Navy with 7-1/2” oct bbl, small round brass trigger guard and backstrap with beautiful burl 1-pc walnut grips. This revolver is engraved by Gustave Young typically in intertwined foliate arabesque and floral patterns with Young’s trademark “hound’s head” on either side of the hammer. The top flat of the backstrap has a fan pattern with a spot for an inscription on the backstrap, which is blank. The “Colt’s Patent” on the left side of the frame is engraved different from usual, in a rectangle instead of his usual vignette. It is cased in a rose velvet-lined compartmented Colt casing that also contains a double-sided Navy flask with short angle spout, not marked “Colt’s Patent”, and “L” shaped nipple wrench/screwdriver, a brass two-cavity bullet mold with Colt’s Patent sprue cutter and an Eley cap tin. SN 16773. CONDITION: Fine, all matching including the wedge. No original finish remains on bbl, frame or cylinder, being a smooth dark gray patina with surface discoloration on bbl. The hammer nose is slightly pitted and the cylinder a lighter metal color with fine pitting. Retains about 75% Naval battle scene. The trigger guard and backstrap retain about 60% original silver plating with the balance a medium mustard patina. Grips are extremely fine and retain most of their original bright varnish. The bore is strong and bright with pitting in the grooves. The case is sound with one loose corner and some insect damage. The lining is faded with front sight and hammer spur damage and a series of dots in the lid lining. The flask is fine, with one small dent and retains a dark patina. The mold has been polished and the tin is good. 4-49495 (10,000-15,000)

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CASED ENGRAVED INSCRIBED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Beautiful Gustave Young engraved Navy with 7-1/2” oct bbl, dovetailed front sight, silver-plated large brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc ivory grips. It is engraved in typical Young patterns with about 40-50% coverage overall. Bbl lug has the typical fine foliate arabesque patterns with Young’s trademark “bird”. The right side has matching pattern engraving with a flower instead of the bird. A number 2 is stamped on the left bottom of bbl lug, signifying the grade of engraving. The rammer pivot is also engraved much deeper, possibly not by Young, but perhaps an employee in his shop. The frame is also beautifully engraved with typical Young foliate arabesque patterns with a vignette of “Colt’s Patent”. The hammer is engraved with Young’s trademark “hound’s head” on both sides. The trigger guard and backstrap are also nicely engraved and the backstrap has the inscription “Presented to Col. E.R. Eckley by the Officers of 26th Regt”. Accompanied by an original Colt walnut compartment casing that contains a double-sided “Colt’s Patent” Navy flask. It has the angled spout. Also contained in the case is an “L” shaped nipple wrench/screwdriver with blued “Colt’s Patent” two-cavity mold and a sealed paper-covered tin of Eley caps. The case is purple velvet lined. SN 91777. CONDITION: Very fine plus, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 15-20% bright original blue in the very sheltered areas with the balance a smooth dark brown patina. The frame is also a dark brown patina. The cylinder is a medium brown patina, pitted on the backside and retains about 50% naval battle scene. The trigger guard and backstrap retain about 90% original silver-plating with freckles on the front strap and some light abuse to the backstrap. Grips are fine with several age lines in the butt, a repair at both toes and retains a beautiful golden yellow color. Strong pitted bore. The case is very fine and sound with faded lining and oil stains in the cylinder area. The flask is fine, showing moderate to heavy wear. The mold retains about 60% original blue with good cavities. The cap tin has a slightly rusted edged lid with minor loss to paper, good label. 4-49961 (12,500-17,500)

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ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Fine Navy, engraved in the style of Gustave Young with 6-7/8” oct bbl, brass trigger gouad and backstrap with 1-pc checkered ivory grips. Bbl, operating handle pivot, frame, trigger guard and backstrap all have fine arabesque pattern engraving with a Gustave Young trademark hound’s head above the wedge on the right side and his hound’s head on each side of the hammer nose. The engraving is fine, but not accomplished in Mr. Young’s shop. Accompanied by a modern manufactured case containing a silver-plated Navy size flask with angle spout and a brass bullet mold with “COLT’S PATENT’ sprue cutter and an Eley Brothers cap tin. SN 20115. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching except the wedge, which is unnumbered. No original finish remains, being a smooth light gray patina overall. The cylinder retains 93-95% original Naval battle scene. The trigger guard and backstrap have a medium mustard patina. The grips are sound, slightly undersized with sharp checkering and a few age lines. Strong bright bore. The flask is fine and retains about 90% silver plate. The mold is fine. The case, as noted, is fine. 4-49825 JR433 (1,500-2,500)

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ENGRAVED COLT 61 NAVY REVOLVER WITH IVORY GRIPS. Cal. 36 Perc. Usual configuration with 7-1/2’” round bbl, silver-plated brass trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc ivory grips, deep-relief carved on the right side with a shield surmounting four flags under a laurel wreath. The shield has a horse, a tree and a horn of plenty on the face. Bbl, the frame and the grip frame are New York-style engraved with about 95% coverage on the frame, 30% coverage on bbl and 50% on the grip frame. Engraving consists of high-quality foliate arabesque patterns with punch-dot backgrounds. The left recoil shield has a well-executed fan and the flat behind the hammer, another very well executed fan, reminiscent of Nimschke’s work. The revolver was probably originally silver-plated and now retains traces of that finish in the very sheltered areas. SN 35982. CONDITION: Very good to fine, all matching except the wedge, which is undoubtedly original to this revolver. Traces of the original silver finish remain, with the balance a dark patina. The trigger guard and backstrap retain 20-25% original silver plating. The cylinder is a silver-brown patina with a couple of spots of deep pitting and retains 50-60% original Naval battle scene. The grip frame screws are all mildly battered. Grips are very fine with several age lines and a tiny chip on the right side, otherwise they are a beautiful, even, mellow gold color. Bbl could not be removed to observe the bore. Mechanics are fine. 4-50071 (7,500-12,500)

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RARE INSCRIBED HISTORIC 1ST PRODUCTION COLT 1861 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Rare first production Navy with 7-1/2” round bbl, 1-pc varnished walnut grips with silver-plated brass trigger guard and backstrap factory inscribed on the bottom of the butt “Lieut. L.S. Elbert”. Illustrated on pg. 173 of Colt Engraving Vol 1 by R. L. Wilson. Accompanied by a 6-page letter from R.L. Wilson describing this revolver in great detail. Accompanying this fine revolver is a beautiful left hand California “Slim Jim” holster made of soft russet brown leather with fancy tooled edges and sewn back seam without Cheyenne plug. It has a belt loop incorporated into the back which is lined with fine red Moroccan leather.


Also accompanying are copies of pages from volume II of the “Biographical Register of the Officers and Graduates of the U.S. Military Academy” , pages 833 & 834. Also included are pages 837 & 838, which is the military biography of Custer. According to these records, Lt. Elbert was promoted ahead of Custer through 1st Lt. and it indicates they served in the same units for a while. Also accompanying is a reproduced photograph of Cpt. Elbert and Cpt. Custer at the end of April, 1863 showing both men wearing long frock coats with Elbert in Knee-high Cavalry boots and Custer with long pants.


Lt. Leroy S. Elbert upon graduation, was assigned duty as a 2nd Lt. with the Mounted Riflemen as of June 24,1861 and was immediately promoted to 1st Lt. in the 3rd Cavalry. He remained on active duty and saw service in a variety of campaigns and battles including Manassas, Bull Run, Yorktown, Williamsburg, Hannover, Antietam, and numerous other skirmishes in the Rappahannock campaign, the Battle of Fredericksburg and participated in Stoneman’s Raid towards Richmond in 1863. He was subsequently in command of the company at Camp McRae as a Capt. near Memphis, TN. In September 11-13, 1863 he was on a sick leave of absence and died on September 13, 1863 on the Mississippi river in route to St. Louis. SN 50.


CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 50-60% original blue, mostly in the sheltered areas. The operating lever retains 75-80% dark case colors. The cylinder has traces of original blue, having been cleaned bright, with scattered spots of light rust. Retains about 30% original Naval battle scene. Four of the 6 safety pins are intact with the other 2 peened over. The frame retains generous amounts, about 80%, of the original case colors on the sides of the frame with the balance turning silver with scattered pinpoints of surface rust with the recoil shields retaining traces of color with light surface rust. The trigger guard and backstrap retain 40-50% original silver plating, oxidized black. the grips are sound with moderate edge wear and a few nicks and dings, retaining 85-90% bright original varnish. The bore is strong with moderate to heavy pitting. Crisp mechanics. The holster is in equally fine condition, retaining most of its fine original light finish with some minor surface crackling and a point or two of wear.


This is a very historic and early ‘61 Navy in seldom encountered fine condition. It is a rare opportunity that seldom ever comes along. It is likely that this revolver was a gift to Lt. Elbert upon his graduation for West Point or possibly he purchased it immediately upon graduation, but given the inscription, it probably was a gift. 4-50072 (20,000-30,000)

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SPECTACULAR AND UNUSUAL PAIR OF COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVERS FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL. Cal. 36 Perc. Scarce, inscribed Navies with 7-1/2” oct bbls, New York address with case colored frame and 1-pc walnut grips. Both revolvers have the round head screws with Colts patent on the left forward side of the frame and a small “2” on the left side of each bbl. These both have the very scarce large iron trigger guard and backstrap. The backstrap of #44866 is inscribed in period block letter engraving “Major 1st Regt.” and #45064 is inscribed on the backstrap “Division Inspector”.

They are accompanied by a very old walnut box 19-5/8” l x 5-3/8”w x 5-1/2” h. It is beautifully made with dovetailed corners, brass hook latches and a brass scallop cornered plaque 2-5/8” x 1” inlaid in the lid. The plaque is inscribed “U.S./Frankford Arsenal/1860”. The lid has mitered corners and fits very tight over an inside dust rail. Inside the box has two sliding blocks mortised into each end, which allow the two revolvers to be stored side-by-side in the case. The one block has recesses for the muzzles and the bottom recesses for the toes and recesses for the hammers in the lid. The area around the muzzle recesses, the heel and hammer recesses, the block back of the butts and the compartment at the end are all lined with faded old green velvet. The compartment contains a sleeve of original Gold Marks caps in original cardboard boxes.

CONDITION: 1) #44866. Very fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains about 90% bright original blue mixed with lightly flaked spots, which have turned to patina. The lever arm and rammer are a silver/gray patina with the rammer pivot retaining good faded colors. The frame retains 20-25% faded case colors with the balance turned silver. The Colt Patent markings are very faint. The cylinder is an even light gray patina with scattered light pitting and a couple scratches, it retains about 95% crisp Naval battle scene. All the pins are peened over. The hammer retains about 75% dark case colors with a spot of deep pitting and scattered fine pitting on the left side. The grip frame retains traces of blue in the very sheltered areas with the balance a dark gray patina. Grips are extremely fine with very light edge wear and retain 96-98% strong bright varnish. The bore is strong and bright with moderate pitting. Good mechanics.

2) #45064. Very fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 70-75% original blue turning plum with scattered light surface rust and a ring of light pitting by the front sight. The lever arm and rammer are silvered case colors with traces of color on the sides of the pivot, brilliant in the sheltered areas. The frame retains about 50-60% faded case colors with the balance a medium gray patina. The Colt’s Patent markings are very thin. The cylinder is a light silver/brown patina with a couple of small dings and what may be a vise mark, otherwise retains about 95% crisp Naval battle scene. Five of the 6 pins are intact with one mostly peened over. The grip frame retains blue only in the very sheltered areas, being an even medium gray/brown patina. Grips are superb with only minor edge wear and a few handling and use marks, retaining most of their original strong bright varnish. The bore is bright and shiny with scattered moderate pitting. Crisp mechanics.

The box is also very fine, having a very dark age patina on the exterior with an area around the plaque in the lid cleaned from polishing the brass, with a few light scratches and a bruise or two. The interior also has a fine age patina. 4-49955 JR356 (15,000-25,000)

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RARE MARTIALLY MARKED COLT 51 NAVY. Cal. 36 Perc. Early U.S. Navy with 7-1/2” oct bbl, brass cone front sight, small “U.S.” beneath the Colt’s Patent on the left side of the frame. There is a small “M” on the left side of the trigger guard root and an “A” on the face of the cylinder. It has silver plated brass small round trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc varnished walnut grips. It has 1-line New York address. SN 57640. CONDITION: Very fine plus, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 30-40% thin blue with the balance a light patina. The rammer pivot has bright case colors with the handle and rod a silver patina. The frame retains 85-90% strong case colors, fading and beginning to turn silver around the edges. Grips have some minor chipping along the left edge, otherwise are sound and retain about 95% bright original varnish with a few small dings and scratches. The trigger guard and backstrap retain 95-96 % strong bright original silver. The cylinder retains 60-70% original scene, is overall a light patina with 4 of the 6 pins nearly intact. The hand spring is either broken or missing. The sides of the hammer are pitted. The bore is strong with some shine and moderate pitting. 4-49138 JR266 (6,000-7,500)

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MARTIALLY MARKED MODEL 1851 COLT REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Late 3rd type martial ’51 with 7-1/2” oct bbl, brass cone front sight with tiny “U.S.” below “COLT’S PATENT” with brass, small oval trigger guard and backstrap, 1-pc walnut grips with visible cartouches. There are tiny inspector initials on the various parts including the bottom of the grip. SN 78654. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including the wedge. Bbl retains 88-90% bright glossy blue with the balance flaked to a light patina. The operating lever and hammer retain 75-80% bright case colors. The frame and hammer retain virtually all their original bright strong case colors, beginning to fade. The trigger guard and backstrap are a medium mustard patina and the grips are very sharp with the cartouches mostly legible. The cylinder retains about 90% thinning original blue and has about 98% Naval battle scene. All 6 of the safety pins are nearly intact. Strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-49277 JR392 (6,500-8,500)

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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal .36 Perc. Usual configuration, 7-1/2” oct bbl with one line New York address and cone brass front sight. It has silver plated trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. SN 210657. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching except the wedge which is unnumbered and operating handle which is numbered “40”. Bbl retains 80-85% original finish, strong and glossy blue in the sheltered areas. The operating handle and rammer retain most of the original case colors turning silver on the round part of the handle. The frame retains 93-95% strong bright original case colors and the hammer about 60% strong case colors . Cylinder retains 10-15% thin original blue with the balance a light patina with some scattered light surface rust. It retains about 90% original naval battle scene. The six safety pins are intact. Trigger guard retains about 95% strong original silver plating and the backstrap 97-99% silver plating. Grips are sound with light edge wear, a couple of bruises on the left side and usual handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore with one or two spots of pitting. Mechanics are fine. 4-49460 JR442 (7,000-9,000)

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COLT MODEL 1851 LONDON NAVY REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Fine London Navy with 7-1/2’ oct bbl, iron trigger guard and backstrap with 1-pc walnut grips. All the screws are round headed. SN 18559. CONDITION: Very fine plus, all matching except the wedge, which is numbered to another revolver. Bbl retains 35-40% bright blue with the balance a moderate patina. The front sight has been slightly altered. The rammer retains blue at the tip and strong case colors on the pivot. The frame retains 60-70% faded case colors. The trigger guard and backstrap retain blue in the very sheltered areas, being mostly a medium brown patina. The cylinder is a smooth silver-brown patina with all 6 of its pins mostly intact. Grips are sound with light edge wear and retain most of their original varnish. Strong dark bore. Crisp mechanics. 4-49148 JR281 (4,000-6,000)

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MARTIALLY MARKED MODEL 1851 COLT REVOLVER. Cal. 36 Perc. Late 3rd type martial ’51 with 7-1/2” oct bbl, brass cone front sight with tiny “U.S.” below “COLT’S PATENT” with brass small oval trigger guard and backstrap, 1-pc walnut grips with visible cartouches. There are tiny inspector initials on the various parts. The bottom of the grip has lightly scratched “FN Buck”. SN 80249. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl and cylinder are a blue-brown patina, artificially aged over good strong original blue. The frame has also been wiped with blue over visible case colors. The hammer is a brown patina with pitting on the nose. The grip frame and trigger guard are a medium mustard patina. The grips are sound with legible cartouches and have a fine hand-polished patina. The cylinder has also been wiped over fine pitting and a few dings and retains about 95% Naval battle scene. Five of the 6 safety pins are nearly intact. The wedge spring is loose. Strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-49937 JR393 (2,500-3,500)

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SPILLER & BURR REVOLVER. Cal .36 with 7” oct bbl, serial numbers found on bbl, arbor, trigger guard, frame and cylinder. Frame is stamped correctly “C.S.” on left side of frame. Loading arm is not serial numbered but is probably original. SN 354. CONDITION: Cylinder, bbl, hammer and loading assembly all exhibit moderate pitting, bbl near breech is cleaned and aged over repair to bbl near breech, frame exhibits good patina with small scratches, dents and dings. Mechanics partially functional. 4-50083 JS10 (18,000-20,000)

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GOOD LEMAT GRAPE SHOT REVOLVER. .42 caliber cylinder and .64 shotgun bbl. Bbl marked “LEMAT & GIRARDS PATENT LONDON”. Serial number 8895 occurs on bbl, loading arm, cylinder and frame. No serial number occurs on shotgun bbl but it is properly proofed 18ga. SN 8895. CONDITION: Fine overall, with bbl exhibiting well over 50% bright finish, cylinder 25% bright finish, frame has traces of finish, stocks are crisp with excellent checkering. A couple of screws are scratched where someone attempted to take it apart. Mechanics are fine. 4-49612 JS11 (12,000-14,000)

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LEMAT GRAPE SHOT REVOLVER. .42 caliber cylinder and .64 shotgun bbl. Bbl marked “Col Le Mat Bte s.g.d.g. Paris”. Matching serial numbers found on bbl, loading arm, plunger, loading arm screw, rammer, cylinder, frame, trigger and shotgun cylinder. This gun came from the Lockwood Estate and was supposedly bought with holster catalog number 403 (which will be sold immediately after this gun.) SN 1792. CONDITION: Very good to fine. Bbl exhibits approximately 50% blue finish with medium pitting near breech, shotgun cylinder smooth and brown. Frame exhibits traces of finish otherwise smooth and brown. Cylinder is sharp gray-brown. Stocks show light wear with excellent checkering. Mechanics are good. 4-49828 JS12 (12,000-15,000)

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RARE LEMAT HOLSTER. 14-1/2” long with flap, no markings. Period Lemat holsters are seldom found. This is for a second model with a screw protruding from front of frame. The estate notes for this holster state that it was purchased with the above revolver with SN 1792. CONDITION: Fine overall with crackling to the finish, no splits or breaks. 4-49520 FS258 (5,000-10,000)

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LEMAT GRAPE SHOT REVOLVER. .42 caliber cylinder and .64 shotgun bbl. Bbl marked “Col Le Mat Bte s.g.d.g. Paris”. Matching serial numbers found on bbl, plunger, latch, cylinder, frame, shotgun bbl. Serial number on loading arm may be restamped. Loading arm is probably replacement. SN 903. CONDITION: Gun overall is refinished, stocks show minor chipping, cross hatching worn, scarcer transitional model showing 1st model type latch and spur on trigger guard. Mechanics are fine. 4-50153 (8,000-12,000)

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VERY EARLY INSCRIBED COLT MODEL 1860 FLUTED ARMY USED BY A CONFEDERATE OFFICER. Cal. 44 Perc. First year fluted Army with 8” round bbl, silver-plated trigger guard and backstrap with the inscription “T.K. Jackson U.S.A.”. Presented to or purchased by Jackson when still a U.S. Army officer, and carried by him after he resigned his commission and served in the Army of the Confederacy. This pistol was researched by R. L. Wilson and is pictured on pg. 155 of his Colt Engraving book. This being the very earliest model, the outside of the cylinder does not have the patent date and has the serial number on the back, between two of the nipples. It also has the serial number on the left side of the rammer operating handle and has “Saml Colt” hand engraved on top of bbl. It additionally has inspector’s initials on the butt “JT” with a “T” on various other parts including the bottom of the grip. The cylinder was double-struck with “TT”. These marks are for the inspector John Taylor, who only inspected 1860 revolvers from 1861-1862. SN 104. CONDITION: Fine to very fine, all matching, including the wedge and hammer. The iron retains an even light gray patina overall, having been cleaned a long time ago. The cylinder has traces of gold wash in the cylinder stop notches, but this appears to be of more recent application, as no other evidence of gold wash could be found anywhere else. Four of the 6 safety pins are intact. The receiver retains traces of silvered case colors in the sheltered areas, otherwise is a light gray patina also. The grip frame retains about 80% original silver plating with light pimpling on the butt and loose silver-plating with dark patina on the backstrap. Grips have a couple of age lines and a very old scratch near the frame and a miniscule chip at the heel. They are a beautiful light ‘streaky’ mellow gold. Strong bright bore with moderate pitting. Well worth researching. 4-49498 (15,000-25,000)

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 REVOLVER. Cal .44. 7-1/2” bbl. Serial number occurs on bbl, frame, trigger guard, backstrap. No numbers found on wedge or cylinder. Loading arm possible replacement. Residual cartouche visible on right stock. Bbl address about 50% visible. Modern brass tag attached states gun belonged to a member of the 4th Kentucky Cavalry. Consignor misplaced paperwork but it can be re-obtained through Springfield research. SN 65398. CONDITION: Fair to good, with pitting overall. 4-49683 JS6 (500-600)

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER- DENNISTON D. DEWEY, COMPANY C, 16TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. The identification for this Colt revolver comes from the Order Books of Companies A through M, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry. A photo static copy of these order books accompany the revolver which clearly list this revolver serial number 77929 as assigned to Private Denniston D. Dewey, Company C. Standard .44 caliber Colt Model 1860 Army revolver-6-shot rebated cylinder, iron frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grip. All serial numbers match on metal parts. Private Dewey, a blacksmith, enlisted on August 2, 1862 and was mustered out with his regiment June 15, 1865. This regiment saw conspicuous service throughout many important engagements including Kelly’s Ford, Brandy Station, GETTYSBURG, Martinsburg, South Anna, Malvern Hill and Weldon Railroad among many others. Private Dewey was sick in the hospital at Philadelphia from Sept. 1863 through August 1864 where after he performed dismounted service as a blacksmith for the regiment until his discharge in June 1865. By all accounts Dewey was present at Gettysburg. Photo copies of Regimental Order Book and Dewey’s archive records accompany. CONDITION: Very Good. Metal parts have been cleaned and now retain a light grey patina with no heavy pitting. The revolver is mechanically operational, bore is dark, brass trigger guard uncleaned with nice patina, and grips worn with a minor chip at the toe. A very respectable Colt Army revolver identified to a Gettysburg combatant. 4-49684 CW (2,000-3,000)

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER- JAMES W. BAXTER, COMPANY E, 22nd PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. The identification for this Colt revolver comes from the Descriptive Roll of Companies A, D, E, G, H, K, L, 22nd Pennsylvania Cavalry. A photo static copy of these rolls accompany the revolver which clearly list this revolver SN 65460 as assigned to Private James W. Baxter, Company E. Standard .44 cal Colt Model 1860 Army revolver, 6-shot rebated cylinder, iron frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grip. All serial numbers match on metal parts. Baxter enlisted February 6, 1864 and was mustered out with Co. M, 3rd Regiment Provisional Cavalry on October 31, 1865. The 22nd Regiment Pennsylvania Cavalry was a consolidated unit formed of the Ringgold Cavalry and a battalion of cavalry called out for the invasion of Pennsylvania in 1863. This unit’s battle service includes; Martinsburg, Maryland Heights, Snicker’s Gap, Cedar Creek, New Market, Kernstown, and Fishers Hill among others. CONDITION: Very Good. Metal parts were lightly cleaned and now retain a light grey patina with some heavy pitting and a mottled appearance overall. The revolver is mechanically operational, bore is dark, brass trigger guard uncleaned with nice patina, and grips worn with a minor chip at the toe and a couple of notches incised. A very respectable Colt Army revolver identified to a Civil War cavalry trooper. 4-49686 CW (1,500-2,000

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER- J. M. BROWN, COMPANY G, 20TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. The identification for this Colt revolver comes for the Order Books of Companies A through M, 20th New York Cavalry. A photo static copy of these order books accompany the revolver which clearly list this revolver SN 141625 as assigned to Private J.M. Brown (this serial number also appears under the name Alexander Arthur, however, the number has been crossed out in contemporary ink). Standard .44 cal Colt Model 1860 Army revolver-6-shot rebated cylinder, iron frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grip. All serial numbers match on metal parts. Co. G of the 20th N.Y. Cavalry (A.K.A. McClellan Cavalry) was mustered into service Sept. 3, 1863 being recruited from Albany, Cape Vincent, Rome, Syracuse and Watertown areas of upstate New York. The regiment served in the 22nd Corps Department of Virginia and fought engagements at Smithfield, Suffolk, Jamestown Island, Petersburg, Richmond, Williamsburg and Appomattox among others. The regiment lost 48 in battle-related casualties and 123 by disease. A very nice example of an identified Civil War cavalry trooper’s revolver. CONDITION: Good. Metal parts have been cleaned and now retain a light grey patina with spotty pitting overall. The revolver is mechanically operational, bore is dark, trigger guard is slightly bent, and grips may be replaced as they do not fit very well. 4-49685 CW(1,400-1,600)

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER; LIEUT. ATHERON CLARK, CO. K, 9TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY. A nice Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver serial number 120168 which is identified by record to Lieutenant Atheron Clark of the 9th Illinois Cavalry. The revolver, .36 cal 6-shot is a standard 4th model type. All serial numbers match except the cylinder which is no longer visible. The Ninth Regiment of Cavalry was organized at Camp Douglas, near Chicago, Illinois, in the autumn of 1861, by Colonel Albert G. Brackett, and was mustered into the United States service by November 30. On the 16th of February, 1862, it started from Chicago and proceeded by rail to Benton Barracks, near St. Louis, Missouri, and thence to Pilot Knob. From there it marched to Reeve’s Station, on the Big Black River, and was assigned to the Third Brigade of General Steele’s Division, serving in the District of Southeast Missouri. It was finally mustered out of service at Selma, Alabama, on the 31st of October, 1865, and ordered to Springfield, Ill., where the men received final payment and discharge. This unit operated in the Western Theater extensively fighting in many small engagements throughout their muster. Copies of Clark’s record accompany along with a photo static copy of a photo montage (including an image of Lt. Clark) in the collections of a local historical society. CONDITION: Fair. The revolver is mechanically functional but has been severely cleaned. All traces of patina and color have been removed, the metal now has a bright appearance. No scene or serial number are left on the cylinder. Grips have been refinished but appear original to the revolver. 4-49797 CW (800-1,100)

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44. 8” bbl, Serial numbers occurs on bbl, frame, trigger guard, no number on backstrap, backstrap and stocks may be replaced. Bbl address only half visible. Springfield research records show the gun was used by the 1st Maine Cavalry.SN 29232. CONDITION: Gun has been cleaned and refinished. Cylinder does not appear to be original. 4-49798 (8,000-12,000)

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412A.

IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER- JOHN SCHOUSLER, COMPANY G, 1st MARYLAND CAVALRY. The identification for this Colt revolver comes for the Descriptive Roll Book of Company G, 1st Maryland Cavalry. A photo static copy of this roll book accompanies the revolver which clearly list this revolver SN 63045 as assigned to “Schousler”, Company C. Standard .44 cal Colt Model 1860 Army revolver-6-shot rebated cylinder, iron frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grip. All serial numbers match on metal parts. A very hard fought Union cavalry unit that spent most of its service with the Army of the Potomac in the Eastern Theater. Their battle service includes; Ball’s Bluff, Va, advance on Winchester, pursuit of Jackson up the Valley, Harper’s Ferry, Culpeper, Battle of Cedar Creek, Antietam, Battle of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville Campaign, Brandy Station, Mine Run, Siege of Petersburg, Fair, Appomattox and the Surrender of Lee and his army. Mustered out August 8, 1865. Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 65 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and 130 Enlisted men by disease. Total 201. CONDITION: Very good. This revolver is a very nice example-used but not abused. It does not appear to have ever been harshly cleaned, now maintaining a pleasant medium gray appearance. All markings are sharp and the cylinder retains about 60% of the scene. Mechanically fine, the grips are worn but appear original to the revolver. 4-49689 CW (1,500-2,500)

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412B.

IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER-FRANCIS CRAIG, 6th INDIANA CAVALRY. The identification for this Colt revolver comes from the Order Books of Company L, 6th Indiana Cavalry. A photo static copy of these order books accompany the revolver which clearly list this revolver SN 129785 as assigned to Private Francis Craig, Co. L. Standard .44 cal Colt Model 1860 Army revolver-6-shot rebated cylinder, iron frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grip. All serial numbers appear to match on metal parts except cylinder where not visible. Organized at Indianapolis, Ind., February 23, 1863, from the 71st Indiana Infantry. Company “L” organized September 1, 1863. Their service during the war includes; Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Action at Lenoir Station and Campbell’s Station. Siege of Knoxville, Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign, Battle of Resaca, Kenesaw Mountain, Chattahoochie River, Stoneman’s Raid, Nashville and Dalton (Ga.). Regiment mustered out September 15, 1865. During the war the regiment lost during service 4 Officers and 66 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 201 Enlisted men by disease for a total of 273. CONDITION: Good. The revolver is mechanically operational but very loose. Metal surfaces have been heavily cleaned but have aged back to a dull gray, mottled appearance. The grips appear to be original but have been drilled and plugged in the center on both sides. The trigger guard is slightly bent. 4-49610 CW (1,000-1,300)

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IDENTIFIED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER-AMOS BRADLEY, CO. A, 1st CONNECTICUT CAVALRY-CAPTURED IN ACTION. The identification for this Colt revolver comes from the Descriptive Roll book of Co. A, 1st Connecticut Cavalry. A photo static copy of this roll book accompanies the revolver which clearly list this revolver SN 64688 as assigned to Private Amos Bradley, Co. A. Furthermore, the listing for him in the published work “Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion” lists Bradley as mustered in as a private November 1, 1862 Captured July 14, ’63 Bolivar Heights, Va.-Died. Standard .44 cal Colt Model 1860 Army revolver-6-shot rebated cylinder, iron frame, brass trigger guard and walnut grip. All serial numbers appear to match on metal parts. One of the most active mounted units of the Civil War, the regiment moved to Baltimore, Md. to be reorganized and was serving there during the Gettysburg Campaign. It moved to Harper’s Ferry, W. Va., July 5, 1863, and did duty skirmishing with the southern cavalry in that vicinity until January, 1864. On July 14th 1863, private Bradley was captured here in action on Bolivar Heights. Col. Erastus Blakeslee became the regimental commander. The regiment served in Sheridan’s Shenandoah Valley Campaign from August to December. It fought at Cedar Creek, Reams’s Station, Five Forks, Yellow Tavern, and Sailor’s Creek. It was the 1st CT that escorted Gen. Grant to receive Lee’s surrender at Appomatox. The 1st suffered 772 casualties during the war. The regiment lost during active service 4 Officers and 36 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded, and 4 Officers and 149 Enlisted men by disease. A total of 193 lost their lives to all causes. CONDITION: Very good. A very nice tight Colt Army unfortunately polished up a bit but not severely cleaned. The metal parts exhibit a polished light grey appearance. Markings are all visible, grips are very nice and the cylinder retains about 30% of the scene. 4-49688 CW (1,800-2,400)

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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. Cal .36. 7-1/2” bbl, bbl is fully marked address “SAMl COLT NEW YORK CITY”, frame marked “COLTS PATENT U.S.” Cylinder exhibits etched scene of naval battle about 100% discernable. Both stocks exhibit inspector cartouches. All parts exhibits subinspector initials. SN 64052. CONDITION: Good overall, with one small chip in left stock, several small dings to bbl, no finish but sharp edges overall. Gun is tight, gun will not index. Gun appears all original with no restoration. 4-49681 JS9 (2,500-3,000)

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REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER. Cal .44. 8” bbl. Bbl address only about 50% legible, serial numbers found on bbl, frame and cylinder. Gun appears all original with no replacement parts. Cartouche visible on left stock. Small subinspector marks occur on all major parts. SN 28854. CONDITION: Good, frame has been cleaned forward of cylinder removing pitting. Overall gun is a gray patina with medium pitting overall. 4-49687 JS8 (600-700)

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RICHMOND CARBINE. Cal .62. 25” bbl, lock is marked “C.S./RICHMOND, VA” forward of the hammer, behind the hammer is “1862”. No bbl markings discernable. Rear sight is correct. Front sight is cut down to about half of its original size. Forestock is cut under rear band and stapled. Both bbl bands marked with “U”s, brass nosecap, brass buttplate, indiscernible name carved in buttstock, swelled ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with scattered pitting overall on iron parts. About 4” x 3/4” piece of wood professionally repaired behind lock. Rear stock sling swivel missing from stock. Lock mortise has restoration. Mechanics good. 4-50168 (6,500-7,500)

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RICHMOND MUSKETOON. Cal .64 smooth bore. 28” bbl, iron nosecap, brass buttplate, 2 bbl bands marked with “U”’s, bbl marked with “V” over “P”. Rear sight is correct, front sight crudely cut short from square base and pinched blade. Ramrod is swelled. Lock plate marked “CS/RICHMOND, VA” forward of hammer and behind hammer is “1863”. CONDITION: Overall good with normal pitting around bolster and lock area in contact with bbl. Bbl has brown patina overall. Mechanics good. 4-50169 (6,500-7,500)

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RICHMOND RIFLED MUSKET. About .61 Cal. 40” bbl, lock marked “CS/RICHMOND, VA”, rear of hammer marked “1863. Bbl marked “V” over “P” over eagle head, bands marked with “U”s, stock has “PFC” nicely carved. Brass buttplate and nosecap, ramrod is swelled. Bbl and rear sight are Springfield. Accompanied by letter from Damon Mills indicating that circular marks on bbl are indicative of Richmond Armory re-work. CONDITION: Metal and wood overall very good, with several dings in buttstock, 1” crack starting behind lockplate and 7” hairline crack on left side of forend at middle bbl band. Bands and nosecap have been cleaned. Lock and bbl has scattered light pitting overall. Mechanics are good. 4-50170 (6,500-7,500)

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FAYETTEVILLE RIFLE. Cal .61. 33” bbl, marked on lock eagle over “CSA Under an eagle/FAYETTEVILLE”, bbl marked with “V” over “P” over eagle head. Bbl dated 1863. Brass bands, nosecap, trigger guard and buttplate. buttplate is properly marked “CSA”. Rear sight has leaves replaced with reproductions, otherwise gun appears 100% original. CONDITION: Stock shows numerous dings, crapes and cuts. Residual cartouche visible. Scattered light pitting over lock, hammer and bbl. Ramrod pitted and cleaned. 4-49621 JS5 (6,000-7,000)

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RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET. Cal .61. 40” bbl, lock is of high hump variety. Lock marked “CS/RICHMOND, VA” forward the hammer and “1862 on back of hammer. Bbl marked “V” over “P” over eagle head, 3 bands all marked with a different “U”, brass buttplate and nosecap, swelled ramrod, rear sight appears replaced. CONDITION: Overall good. Stock has been refinished, bbl and bands cleaned, about 1” piece of wood missing behind lock. Heavy pitting around breech and top of lock and hammer. Mechanics are good. 4-49788 JS4 (5,000-6,000)

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420

A HISTORIC AND IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR U.S. SANITARY COMMISSION COMMEMORATIVE BANNER HONORING GEN. JOSHUA CHAMBERLAIN, THE 20th MAINE, CAMP LETTERMAN (GETTYSBURG) AND ABRAHAM LINCOLN. One of the more important finds to come to public auction in decades is this outstanding U.S. Sanitary Commission banner related to one of the American Civil War’s most valiant and sought after regiments Col. (Gen.) Joshua Chamberlain’s 20th Maine Regiment Infantry Volunteers-heroes of Little Round Top during the Gettysburg Campaign. It also commemorates Camp Letterman established in Gettysburg to treat the thousands of wounded and dying soldiers impacted by the fierce battle in July 1863. This decorative banner is fabricated of painted silks, cotton and metallic braid with decorative and embossed leather tabs, straps and head. In various locations are custom fabricated silver and brass escutcheons, shields and stars engraved with U.S. Sanitary Commission mottos (U.S.S.C.). The leather is, generally, decorated. Large tabs are embossed with a likeness of Lincoln, others with silver stud decoration. The body of the banner measures 5’ 1/2” x 8’, significantly large and, presumably, fabricated to hang at one of the U.S.S.C.’s fairs. A decorative leather band with hanging straps is affixed across the top. Prominent on the banner is a circular panel, 28” in dia, with a painted portrait of President Abraham Lincoln imposed on top of a detailed paper map of the State of Maine. On either side are intersecting oval panels, each measuring 22” x 15”, one depicting a painted bust of General George G. Meade-Union Commander at Gettysburg-and the other Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, Commander of the 20th Maine Regiment and hero of Little Round Top. These portraits are surmounted by ribbands carrying the mottos: “Camp Letterman Sanitary Lodge, Soldier’s National Cemetery, Nov 19, 1863” Below the triptych is the motto: “We are Coming Father Abraham” Each top corner of the banner is decorated with applied silk laurel leaves. Two oval panels with painted vignettes flanking the center depict a young man and woman embracing and a soldier departing his wife. These are surrounded by gilt cloth braiding. A very wide ribband arching across the center of the banner has the motto “The Union Rose” worked upon it. Immediately below is the date “1863 AD” over the words of Col. Chamberlain “Stand Firm Ye Boys” and “20th Regiment Maine Infantry Volunteers” having a suspended red 1st Division, 5th Corps badge below. All of this decoration arches over the top of a large oval painted panel illustrating a female comforting a wounded officer with a wagon train in the battlefield background with “Sanitary Commission” painted upon the wagon’s canvas cover. Another wide riband below this painted panel has the motto: “Loyal East and West Brave.” The bottom of the great banner has suspended tags with silvered American shields with an eagle on each “USSC” engraved and “Chalker” below (Founder of the Wide Awakes during the mid-19th century and a supporter of Lincoln). A very rare survivor of the fabled U.S. Sanitary Commission which held the great “fairs” for the relief of wounded soldiers and families of the deceased. Of exceptional historical value, this particular banner depicts the personality and bravery of one of America’s greatest soldiers and heroes, Colonel Joshua Chamberlain. Accompanied by research and history of the banner compiled by Dr. P.V. Dredge, commissioned by the Barnet Museum, United Kingdom. From the early collection of Chaplain Erasmus Jones (late Chaplain of the 21st U.S.C.T.) this banner has been in a museum in England from the 1930’s to the 1950’s and another very famous banner from the Chaplain E. Jones collection relating to the emancipation proclamation was just sold for a record price. CONDITION: Good. An item of such fragility must be considered quite good as a survivor of so many decades. Colors are generally bright with some darkening of painted areas. Tabs along the bottom are only partially intact. Leather is stiff but quite well preserved. Some fraying and separation to silk and embroidery as expected. We are told the banner was restored in the 1930’s and additional work was done most recently. Most of the surface retains a coat or coats of varnish like material for protection. 4-50008 CW (35,000-55,000)

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HISTORIC CIVIL WAR SWORD AND EXTENSIVE ARCHIVE OF CAPTAIN JOHN H. GALLAGHER, 106th PENNSYLVANIA. An important collection all related to John H. Gallagher who enlisted as a private in 1861 and rose to the rank of Captain during his Civil War career followed by postwar service in the Regular Army. During his career he advanced to Lt. Col. and Colonel of the Pennsylvania National Guard. This important group consists of Gallagher’s U.S. Model 1860 Light Cavalry saber accompanied by a very large archive of his Civil War and post-war military papers, commissions, general orders, muster rolls, etc., and photographs. The sword is a standard regulation cavalry saber, manufactured by Mansfield & Lamb, inspected and dated “1862.”

A partial description of the accompanying archive and photographs are as follows: Large Victorian style scrap book containing various newspaper clippings, mostly related to the Battles of South Mountain, Antietam and the Emancipation Proclamation; about 33 pages with tipped in material. Ledger book, inscribed “This book is the Property of Col. John H. Gallagher 106th Penna. Vet. Vols. Residence 516 Federal Street Philada Penna.” And inscribed “Letters and Communications”. A large ledger book of about 123 pages filled out with handwritten copies of correspondence and letters including a hand written record of Col. Gallagher’s wartime service. The remaining pages are blank. Tipped in is a hand colored albumen photograph of Capt. Gallagher in a full standing studio pose in uniform leaning on his sword. Philadelphia photographer’s mark at the bottom and two revenue stamps on the reverse. A first edition copy of “History of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 2nd Corps. 1861-1865” by Joseph R.C. Ward, D.D.S. (Philadelphia 1883). Also included is a copy of “The Life, Campaigns and Services of General McClellan the Hero of Western Virginia! South Mountain! And Antietam!” (Philadelphia 1864). Inscribed in the front “The Property of John H, Gallagher, 1st Sergt. Co. “A” 106th Regiment Pa. Vols. March 1sr, 1864” A framed post-war photograph of Colonel Gallagher in civilian clothes and framed. A dark blue silk re-union ribbon stamped in gold “Philadelphia Brigade/106th /P.V./ July 4th 1866.”Large archive of military papers including, supply orders, muster rolls, promotion papers, general orders, discharges, Pennsylvania State commissions as Lieutenant and Lieutenant Colonel, a CdV of the 106th regiment flag. Also included is his partly printed commission for Gallagher as 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Veteran Volunteers, April 9th 1866. Written in old English style calligraphy on vellum. Several discharge papers. A 106th Pennsylvania Commission. Large commission for Gallagher as 1st Lieutenant 32nd Regiment signed by Andrew Johnson President and Edwin Stanton Secretary of War, 1866. Large Presidential commission for Gallagher Captain 32nd Regiment of Infantry signed by U.S. Grant, President (original signature) of the United States and John Hawkins, Secretary of War dated 1868. Also included is a large colorful framed memorial listing the personnel and battles of Company A of the 106th PA. The long list of engagements includes many of the fiercest battles of the war, including Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Gettysburg. Gallagher enlisted in the 18th Pennsylvania Infantry in April 1861. By August he was appointed 1st Sergeant in the 106th PA, Philadelphia Brigade. He became 1st Lt. June 1864 and appointed Captain in January 1865 prior to his muster out in June. Following the war he re-enlisted in the Regular Army as 1st Lt. 32nd U.S. Infantry, rose to Captain in September 1868 and mustered out January 1, 1871. He died January 2, 1872. CONDITION: Very good. The sword is in untouched, uncleaned condition, all markings are clear. The blade has some surface rust and the scabbard and hilt are dark with patina. The grip is fine. The archive and photographs are in excellent to fair condition overall. Most papers are average with a few foxed, stained or suffering from minor losses due to handling and storage over the years. 4-49036 CW (5,000-8,000)

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IMPORTANT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR U.S. SANITARY COMMISSION “ANGEL OF THE BATTLEFIELD” HEADQUARTERS AND POLITICAL BANNER. The entire body of the decorative hanging measures 55” x 93” with a swallow tail at the bottom. Fabricated of painted silks, cotton and decorative braiding. The banner’s back ground are two painted furling American flags with cantons at the top and flowing stripes throughout the body of the banner. At the top within ribbands are the words “FIELD HOSPITAL” centered by a blue 3rd Division 6th Corps badge and “US/SC” (United States Sanitary Commission) in divided panels flanking the corps badge. Directly below is large letters is the motto: “WIDE AWAKE” a popular Lincolnesque political party motto. All contained within the reaches of a large and decorative laurel leaf wreath having a painted vignette within. The central figure of the banner is a large circle surmounted by a banner carrying the words “THE UNION: It must and shall be preserved” Within the outer ring of the circle is “U.S. Army Medical Bureau/U.S.S.C./Appointee C. Aigner, M.D.” Dr. Godfrey Aigner was appointed to the Department of Missouri to be the eyes and ears of the U.S. Sanitary Commission for President Lincoln. This banner may have very well been made as a presentation to Dr. Aigner or on the occasion of his appointment. Within the large circle and within a shield shaped panel is a handsomely painted depiction of the “Angel of the Battlefield” This allegorical figure, with outspread wings and a red cross on her breast, hovers over a battlefield with wounded and dying soldiers upon it. Directly below is an internal inscription “United States Sanitary Commission June 9th 1861” A large “HQ” is applied near the bottom of the banner on either side of a spread winged eagle which perches atop the peak in the swallow tail end of the hanging. In each corner flanking the bottom is a coiled snake. Both termini are decorated with a gilt cloth tassel. Across the face of the banner at various places are applied gilt metal stars. A printed history of the banner by Dr. P.V. Dredge accompanies from its former home The Barnet Museum (Wood Street, Chipping Barnet, UK). From the early collection of Chaplain Erasmus Jones (late Chaplain of the 21st U.S.C.T.) this banner has been in a museum collection in England from the 1930’s to the 1950’s and another very famous banner from the Chaplain E. Jones collection relating to the emancipation proclamation was just sold for a record price. CONDITION: Very good. Colors are good and the fabric is strong. Some minor fraying and discoloration to painted surfaces and dyes in fabrics. Leather tabs are dry but intact. We are told the banner was conserved in the 1930’s and 1950’s and again recently. There is a varnish like material on the surface of the banner for protection. 4-50009 CW (20,000-30,000)

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UNIQUE RELIC OF AMERICAN CIVIL WAR FIELD HOSPITAL CAMP LETTERMAN-GETTYSBURG 1863. The following standard or sign is an important Gettysburg related artifact. The sign is fashioned of leather and metal over a wooden frame-extremely well made. It measures approximately 20” h x 33” w. Its form is a rectangle with a triangle superimposed having the following embossed upon the metal panel within: “CAMP LETTERMAN/H*Q/1863” the entire composition gives one the impression of field fabrication being, somewhat, very primitive in its appearance, yet very well made. The leather and metal surfaces are painted and are decorated with silvered and brass bosses and stars. A replacement halberg with a large “G” on the face of the axe (a museum copy) would have probably held the sign. Camp Letterman, as the hospital was called in honor of the Army of the Potomac’s medical director, was established as a temporary field hospital treating nearly 4,200 wounded soldiers following the Battle of Gettysburg. The massive hospital consisted of nearly 500 tents over an area of approximately 80 acres. Established shortly after the Battle of Gettysburg, the hospital was disbanded in late November 1863. A rare, unique and most important Gettysburg relic. From the early collection of Chaplain Erasmus Jones (late Chaplain of the 21st U.S.C.T.) this sign has been in a museum collection in England from the 1930’s to the 1950’s and another very famous banner from the Chaplain E. Jones collection relating to the emancipation proclamation was just sold for a record price. CONDITION: Good. The leather is stiff and broken in many areas, colors are faded. 4-50010 CW (15,000-20,000)

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423

HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION U.S. MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD OF HENRY HAMILTON WILSON. 31st REGIMENT U.S.C.T., 104th REGIMENT U.S.C.T. AND SON OF HENRY WILSON-MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR, COMMANDER 22nd MASS. INFANTRY, AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER ULYSSES S. GRANT. A U.S. Regulation Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword having a 33-1/2” lightly curved single edged blade of steel with etched designs over 3/4 of both faces. The designs contain military trophies, floral sprays “U.S.” and a spread winged American eagle and shield. The ricasso is unmarked. The hilt is regulation style of cast brass, gold washed, the grip of wood covered with sharkskin and twisted brass wire wrap. The scabbard is of leather with brass furniture. On the front of the top scabbard mount is engraved Presented to/Henry H. Wilson/by/John G. Lyle, Ames marking on back.

Young Henry Hamilton Wilson, the son of a very prominent politician and military figure attended a Massachusetts military academy followed by an unprosperous term at the U.S. Naval Academy. At age 17 he left the Academy and obtained a lieutenant’s commission with the 31st United States Colored Troops. This regiment was organized at Hart’s Island, N. Y., April 29, 1864. Their service included:-Campaign from the Rapidan to the James River, Va., guard trains of the Army of the Potomac through the Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Siege operations against Petersburg and Richmond, Mine Explosion, Weldon Railroad, Fort Sedgwick, Hatcher’s Run, on the Bermuda front till March, 1865. Appomattox Campaign Pursuit of Lee, Appomattox Court House, Surrender of Lee and his army. Following the surrender, Henry Hamilton Wilson was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the 104th U.S.C.T. which was recruited at Beaufort, S.C. in June 1865 and served garrison duty at coastal forts until February 6, 1866. At the muster out of this unit, Henry received a second lieutenancy in the Regular Army and shipped west to Austin Texas only to die of appendicitis following his 20th birthday.

CONDITION: Very good. The blade’s etching is strong, however, there are areas of discoloration and light surface rust spotted over 10-15% of the blade. The hilt and grip are fine with very dark untouched attic patina, the leather scabbard is very strong and the brass furniture retains a dark patina-uncleaned. 4-49444 CW (7,000-9,000)

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424

INDIAN WAR PERIOD PENNSYLVANIA PRESENTATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. A U.S. Regulation Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword having a 33-1/2” lightly curved single edged blade of steel with etched designs over 3/4 of both faces. The designs contain military trophies, floral sprays “U.S.” and a spread winged American eagle and shield. The ricasso is etched “W.H. Horstmann & Sons/Philadelphia.” A Solingen, Germany maker’s mark appears on the reverse of the ricasso. The hilt is regulation style of cast brass, gold washed, the grip of wood covered with sharkskin and twisted brass wire wrap. The scabbard is of wood covered in dark gray sharkskin with brass furniture. On the obverse of the top mount is engraved Presented to/Lieut. D.A. Mac Carroll/by the Members of Co. C/1st Reg’t. Inf. N.G. Pa./May 28th 1873. CONDITION: Excellent. The blade exhibits frosty etching, however, there are areas of discoloration near the tip of the blade. The hilt and grip are fine, scabbard very strong and brass furniture with a medium yellow patina-uncleaned. 4-49887 CW (600-800)

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425

INSCRIBED PRE-CIVIL WAR U.S. MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD: 1st COMPANY, G.L. FOX GUARD, 1859. A very nice example of a pre-war militia officer’s U.S. regulation sword. This sword is a U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword of European (German) manufacture. The sword has a 31” lightly curved single edged blade of steel with etched designs over 3/4 of both faces. The designs contain military trophies, floral sprays “U.S.” and a spread winged American eagle and shield. The ricasso is stamped with a Solingen, Germany makers mark (two escutcheons) on the ricasso. The hilt is regulation style of cast brass, gold washed, the grip of wood covered with sharkskin and twisted brass wire wrap. The scabbard is of black leather with brass furniture. The front of the top mount is engraved; “Presented to/Capt. E.J. Fearon/by the Members/of the 1st Co. G.L. Fox/Guard/February 28th 1859.” A cursory search of militia and Civil War records did not turn up a listing for this officer. With a little diligence, the state of origin for this militia unit can be determined and the name most likely found. CONDITION: Very good. The blade has very strong etching with spotty dark areas mixed throughout. The surface is free of active rust. The hilt is fine retaining much gold wash and the grip excellent. The scabbard is strong with a very well executed and hidden repair about 4” below the middle mount. 4-49455 CW (2,500-3,000)

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426

AMERICAN EAGLE HEAD SWORD BELONGING TO CONFEDERATE GENERAL. Inscribed “Capt. A. Gallatin Blanchard/USA”. Blanchard was born in Massachusetts. He attended West Point where he was classmates with Robert E. Lee and Joseph E. Johnston. He later moved to Louisiana and there became a member of the Louisiana militia and during the Mexican War served with distinction at the Battle of Monterey and Vera Cruz. At the outbreak of the Civil War he joined the Confederate Infantry and later was promoted to Brig. General. Sword is classic American fine bald eagle head, silver-plated brass, scabbard mount silver-plated. Blade is decorated with blue and gold patriotic motifs. SIZE: 32-1/2” blade. CONDITION: Sword in generally fine overall. Crack in fluted bone grip. Silver plating on hilt and scabbard mounts are about 90-100% complete. Blue and gold decoration is about 50% plus intact. Gold original leather scabbard has various glue repairs. Photocopies of some information regarding Blanchard accompany this lot. 4-49251 (4,000-8,000)

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426A

PRESENTATION SWORD OF LT. MATTHEW BYRNES, 96TH PENNSYLVANIA. High-grade Horstman 1850 pattern foot officer’s sword with engraved pewter grip, gold-washed guard and mountings. Fine rayskin scabbard with elaborate cast mountings and an oval presentation plaque with engraved presentation. The 96th saw much action, including Antietam, Chancellorsville, Fredricksburg, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, and many other engagements. Blade etching is worn and blade has light scratches near tip, otherwise very good condition. 4-50236 (6000-8000)

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426B

IDENTIFIED FOOT OFFICER SWORD TO 1ST LT. AND ADJUTANT GUILFORD LADD, 2ND VERMONT INFANTRY. Sword in fair condition, missing leather wrap, no scabbard. Accompanied by a testimonial from State of Vermont, discharge paper, tintype photo of family. Bought directly from family. 4-50241 (600-800)

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427

MODEL 1840 PALMETTO CAVALRY SABER. Marked “Columbia, SC” on ricasso, complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Grip is very good, about 90% original leather over cord wrap, twisted wire is complete with one small break. Tang shows old hammering. Blade has areas of scattered pitting. Scabbard is typical import scabbard with 2 pins holding throat. 4-49092 JS30 (2,500-3,500)

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428

MODEL 1850 OFFICER’S SWORD. 28” blade marked “C. Roby & Co. W.Chelmsford, Mass”. Blade is etched with patroitic motifs, tag with sword reads “Foot Officer’s sword, C. Roby & Co., Mass. Made prior to 1863, during Civil War Blade broke on battle field—picked up by confederate soldier and fixed by local blacksmith—used by the Confederate Army—Found in a barn in Tenn.” CONDITION: Grip wrap is missing as is wire with exception of fragment of sharkskin and one strand twisted wire protected by pommel cap. Grip otherwise is bare carved wood. Last approximate 12” of blade are replaced by a rather crude blacksmith weld. Hilt, pommel and blade show a rustic “barn” type patina. 4-50144 (500-700)

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429

MODEL 1833 ENLISTED DRAGOON SABER. Blade marked “N.P. AMES CUTLER SPRINGFIELD 1839”, complete with scabbard. Inspector mark “JH” on blade and “WS” quillon and “JM” on scabbard drag. CONDITION: Guard has a few small bends, grip is fine with about 100% leather wrap and all twisted wire. Blade has been cleaned, part of makers mark and “United States” on blade are weak. Scabbard has several small dents near drag. 4-49885 JS29 (700-800)

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430

MODEL 1840 NAVAL CUTLASS. Blade marked “N.P. Ames, Springfield/USN/1845”. Complete with scabbard. This is not the scabbard normally associated but appears comptempory to the use of this sword. CONDITION: Very good overall with gray blade with a few nicks in cutting edge. Blade markings are sharp. 4-49696 JS28 (750-1,000)

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431

MODEL 1832 U.S. ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD. Blade marked “N.P. Ames, Springfield/United States 1835”. Complete with correct scabbard. CONDITION: Very good overall, blade is gray with some areas of shine. Scabbard is sound and complete with one weak area in leather adjacent drag. 4-49890 JS27 (500-600)

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432

MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. 31-1/2” blade marked “AMES MFG CHICOPEE MASS”. Complete with scabbard also marked “AMES MFG CHICOPEE MASS”. CONDITION: Sharkskin grip and twisted wire wrap are 90% complete. Blade etch is good with tiny areas of original frost. Hilt retains traces of gilting in protected areas. Top two scabbard mounts retain about 50% original gilt. Drag is missing screw and numerous small dents and only traces of gilt. 4-49715 JS41 (800-1,000)

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433

MODEL 1860 ENLISTED NAVY CUTLASS. Blade marked with anchor and “1861”, conplete with scabbard and frog. CONDITION: Blade is nickel plated, grip retains 100% leather and wire, scabbard is very good. Frog is good, though slit where frog button comes is wallowed out. 4-49710, 4-49697 JS38 (650-750)

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434

MODEL 1860 ENLISTED NAVY CUTLASS. Blade marked “AMES MFG. CO CHICOPEE MASS/P/USN/DR/1862”. Complete with original scabbard. CONDITION: Grip retains about 100% original leather, no wire, basket hilt has a couple 1/2” dents. Hilt has deep chocolate red patina. Blade is gray with some areas of original shine. Blade appears retipped. Tip of scabbard broken off. 4-49893 JS37 (500-600)

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435

MODEL 1840 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER. Blade marked “AMES MFG. CO CHICOPEE MASS/US/JH/1857”. Blade has areas of original polish. The cutting edge has been resharpened. Complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Grip is excellent, all leather and wire with some original shine to the leather. Hilt is uncleaned with original washer. Scabbard has scattered staining and areas of light pitting. 4-49708 JS31 (800-1,000)

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436

MODEL 1860 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER. Blade marked “C. Roby/W. CHELMSFORD MASS/ US/1865/AGM”. Complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Blade is fine with scattered areas of light pitting and a few chips in cutting edge. Grip retains almost 100% leather and wire. 4-49704 JS32 (650-750)

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437

MODEL 1860 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER. Blade marked “MANSFIELD & LAMB FORESTDALE RI/US/JCW/1864”. Complete with scabbard. Scabbard is inspected with “CEW” as with pommel cap. CONDITION: Grip leather about 100% though cracking and flaking, original wire intact. Blade shows areas of original polish, few small nicks in to cutting edge of blade. 4-49896 JS33 (650-750)

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438

MODEL 1860 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER. Blade marked “C. Roby/W. CHELMSFORD MASS/ US/1865/AGM”. Complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Grip leather is about 100% as is wire. Blade is gray. Scabbard and hilt were cleaned and have old varnish/paint on them in areas. 4-49711 JS34 (650-750)

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439

MODEL 1840 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER. Well made reproduction. Blade marked “US 1863”, complete with scabbard, reproduction sword knot and an original Indian War Rock Island Arsenal” patent sword hanger. 4-49714 JS36 (100-150)

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440

MODEL 1860 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER. Blade marked “C.ROBY W.CHELMSFORD” in circle, oppositive side on ricasso marked with unusual upside down “1863” and “US”. Complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Leather 95% complete with wire on grip. Scabbard cleaned with scattered areas of pitting. 4-49093 JS35 (500-1,000)

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441

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. Blade marked “CLAUBERG, SOLINGEN”. Complete with Ames marked scabbard. CONDITION: Grip sharskin wrap and wire are 100% complete. Blade is very good to fine. Two 9” etched panels on either side of blade contain fancy “U.S.” and an eagle with E.Pluribus Unum. Panels retain original frosting and some gilting. Scabard is missing throat, retains traces of gilt on each mount. 4-49717 JS42 (600-700)

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442

MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. 30-1/4” blade marked “AMES MFG CHICOPEE MASS”. Complete with scabbard also marked “AMES MFG CHICOPEE MASS”. CONDITION: Sharkskin grip and twisted wire wrap are complete, Blade etch is weak but all readable. Scabbard has nickel plated throat, otherwise standard Ames mounts and drag. 4-49888 JS40 (650-750)

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443

MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. 32” blade marked “AMES MFG CHICOPEE MASS”. Complete with scabbard also marked “AMES MFG CHICOPEE MASS”. CONDITION: Sharkskin grip and twisted wire are complete with one 4” crack on left side of grip wrap. Blade etch is light, Ames maker marking is almost unreadable. Scabbard has two 1/2”cracks, one near throat and one between top two mounts, otherwise scabbard is good condition with only a fews dents in drag. 4-49241 JS43 (800-1,000)

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444

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. 31-1/2” blade is marked “HORSTMANN & SONS PHILADELPHIA”. Blade is etched with about 15” to 16” panels on both sides with patriotic motif including eagle, flags, drums, “U.S.” eagle and E. Pluribus Unum. Complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Grip is 100% complete leather and wire. Blade has been cleaned, etching is all readable but weak in some areas. Brass mounted iron scabbard has been polished and lacquered as has hilt. 8-87167 (500-650)

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445

MODEL 1852 NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD. Blade marked “SHANNON, MILLER & CRANE NEW YORK NY”. Sword is complete with scabbard and sword knot. CONDITION: Approximate 12” etch panels exhibits well over 50% original frosting, but several areas of black staining/pitting also shown. Sharkskin grip and wire are complete. Hilt and scabbard mounts exhibit well over 75% original gilting. 4-50015 JS45 (250-350)

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446

MODEL 1852 NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD. Blade marked “CLAUBERG, SOLINGEN”. Complete with correct scabbard. Sharkskin grip has triple wire. CONDITION: Grip and wire 95% intact, hilt and scabbard have nice untouched patina. Sharkskin scabbard in good condition. Drag missing screw. Blade etch is very light and worn but etched panels of eagle on top of cannon, fluted anchor, “U.S”, ship’s mast and flag are readable. 4-49892 JS44 (500-600)

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447

EAGLE HEAD MILITIA SWORD CIRCA 1830. Complete with etched brass scabbard. Bone grip with twisted wire. Blade is blue and gold. Langets both exhibit eagles. CONDITION: Overall very good. Blue and gold is well over 50% intact. 4-49891 JS46 (750-1,000)

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448

FRENCH CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER. Dated 1855 , complete wich scabbard. Grip is polished horn with twisted wire wrap. Foliate decorated pommel, quillon and branches. Iron scabbard with single iron mount. CONDITION: Blade is cleaned. Scababrd has scattered dents and is polished. Hilt is polished. 4-49094 JS50 (500-600)

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448A.

FINE GERMAN ARTILLERY SWORD. 34-1/4” single fuller blade is etched on both sides. Left side has an artillery troop with a six-horse team lead by an officer on horseback pulling a cannon and caisson. Right side identifies the outfit as regiment “V. Peuchker (1Schles.) No 6”. Iron scabbard is plated. CONDITION: Near excellent with bright blue on the etched surfaces. There are a few nicks in the edge of the blade. Scabbard and hilt are slightly dull with some rust on the pommel and a slight looseness to the wire wrap on the grip. 4-48352 (700-900)

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449

MODEL 1840 ENLISTED ARTILLERY SABER. Blade marked “AMES MFG CO CHICOPEE MASS/1865/JF/US”. Complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Grip is intact with leather and wire. Scabbard has numerous small dents, middle ring is loose and missing throat. 4-49709 JS47 (400-500)

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450

ENLISTED ARTILLERY SABER, FRENCH MANUFACTURE. Dated 1831, complete with scabbard. CONDITION: Leather and iron wire iron wrap are complete. Gray blade. Scabbard shows repair to throat. 4-49897 JS48 (300-400)

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451

MODEL 1840 ENLISTED ARTILLERY SABER. Blade marked “AMES MFG CO CABOTVILLE MASS/1848/WD/US”. Complete with scabbard. Drag of scabbard and hilt both stamped with “74”. CONDITION: Grip wrap is very good, complete leather and wire. Blade is fine. Most of blade shows original polish. 4-49894 JS49 (750-850)

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452

MODEL 1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. Blade marked “LODER MFG. CO. ROCHESTER NY”. Complete with scabbard. Guard decorated with eagle over six flags, folding langet is decorated with patriotic shield and spray of arms. CONDITION: Sharkskin grip and twisted wire are comple. Scabbard mounts and hilt exhibit traces of gilt. Blade is 75% plus frosty mint. 4-49889 JS53 (250-350)

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453

MODEL 1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. Blade and scabbard marked “AMES MFG CO CHICOPEE MASS”. Sharkskin grip with twisted wire. Guard decorated with an eagle over six flags, folding langet is plain. CONDITION: Diamond shaped blade is near frosty mint. Brass scabbard has raised relief mounts and is etched with foliate decoration and patriotic shield between drag and middle mount. A panel for presentation is empty and is engraved between the top two mounts. 4-49034 JS51 (1,000-1,500)

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454

MILITIA SWORD CIRCA 1830. Knights head pommel, fluted bone grip, cruciform guard with large langet with eagle. White etched blade with no maker. Brass scabbard with foliate engraving. Two carrying rings and frog button. CONDITION: Scabbard, hilt and pommel have traces of original gilting. Blade is still 50% frosty. 18” etched panels contain patriotic motifs including eagle with E. Pluribus Unum, sprays of arms, liberty cap and floral decoration. One quillon bent over and bone handle is cracked and chipped. 4-49023 JS55 (800-1,000)

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455

MODEL 1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. Blade marked “AMES MFG CO CHICOPEE MASS”. Sharkskin grip with twisted wire is complete. Guard decorated with eagle over six flags, folding langet is decorated with patriotic shield and spray of arms. CONDITION: Blade is 90% frosty mint. Brass mounted steel scabbard is fine. Scabbard mounts and hilt exhibit 90% plus original gilt. 4-49705 JS52 (400-500)

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456

MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD. 26” blade complete with scabbard. This varity has partially turned down langet and is unmarked. CONDITION: Scabbard and sword overall very good. Blade apparently retipped. 4-49712 JS59 (200-300)

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457

MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD. 32” blade marked “EMERSON & SILVER TRENTON NJ/US/DFM/1863” complete with correct metal scabbard with brass mounts. Scabbard drag is also inspected with “DFM” as is hilt. CONDITION: Blade is gray with some areas of original shine, drag on scabbard has numerous dents and has tear where screw attaches, hilt very good. 4-49707 JS60 (350-450)

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458

MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD. 32” blade marked “EMERSON & SILVER TRENTON NJ/US/DFM/1863” complete with correct metal scabbard with brass mounts. Scabbard drag is also inspected with “DFM” as is hilt. CONDITION: Blade fine with area of original polishing, scabbard drag has a couple of small dents, scabbard body has most of its original brown finish, hilt very good. 4-49886 JS61 (400-500)

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459

MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD. 31-3/4” blade marked “AMES MFG CO. CHICOPEE MASS/US/AHC/1863”. CONDITION: Hilt very good, blade fine with some original polish. 4-49702 JS58 (200-300)

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460

MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD. 28” blade is marked “COLLINS & CO, HARTFORD, 1862” complete with original scabbard. CONDITION: Blade is near mint, with about 100% original polish, hilt is very good, scabbard mounts very good, scabbard body exhibits some cracking and chipping. 4-49713 JS62 (350-450)

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462

BATTLEFIELD RELIC MODEL 1860 NAVAL CUTLASS. Purported to have been dredged from Mobile Bay. Basket is shattered from possible shell damage. A rack number 16M/703 is stamped in guard. Old paint on blade read “MOBILE BAY”. CONDITION: Blade is extremely pitted consistent with purported story. Grips contains bare wood, no wrap remains. 4-50139 (600-700)

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463

AMES STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD. 28” single fuller blade marked with 3-line Ames logo on left ricasso “US / CSL / 1864” on the right. The leather scabbard has brass throat and drag. “JH” inspector mark on the guard and “T.K.L” on the drag. CONDITION: Bright blade with a few shallow nicks in the edge and some widely scattered spots of surface rust. The brass has a mellow patina. Leather has been resewn at the throat and has light chips missing elsewhere but is still solid. 4-49632 FS144 (200-400)

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464

U.S. NAVY MODEL 1917 CUTLASS. 24-3/4” single fuller clip point blade. Black leather scabbard with blackened metal tip. CONDITION: Most of the blue remains on the blade but most of the black paint is missing from the grip. Scabbard is very good with only light marks. 4-49676 FS298 (200-400)

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465

AMES MODEL 1833 ARTILLERY SWORD. 19-1/8” triple fuller double edge blade marked “AMES MF’G CO / CHICOPEE” on the left ricasso and “US / ADK / 1855” on the right. “A.D.K. / RHKW” inspector marks on the crossguard. CONDITION: Spots of moderate pitting, heavier at the tip. Brass is fine. Scabbard is fine with minor scratching and loss of finish. 4-49675 FS297 (600-900)

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466

FUR TRADERS SHORT SWORD. 21-3/4” triple fuller blade with heavy cast lion’s head pommel and lion’s paw crossguard. The grip is covered with leather and wrapped with twisted copper wire. The blade is similar in shape to the French 1825 artillery or American 1833 artillery swords but lighter in weight. This sword came from the Museum of the Fur Trade when they sold some of the items purchased by its founder after his death. He purchased it in Canada from a family from Winnipeg who claimed it had belonged to an ancestor in the Red River Settlement. CONDITION: Gray patina with light pitting. Crossguard is bent slight on one side. Most of the finish has worn off the leather on the grip and it is worn through in a couple of places but still solid. An attractive display piece. 4-50132 FS169 (1,000-1,500)

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467

LOT OF 5 U.S. SWORDS. 1) Unmarked artillery hanger with 321/2” curved blade, wide fuller, nickeled brass knuckle bow, ball cross guard, nickeled iron scabbard that does not quite fit.-Good. 2) Horstmann U.S. marked NCO sword without scabbard.-Good. 3) Unmarked musician sword with iron scabbard and brass trim.-Very good. 4) Ridabock late officer’s sword with etched blade and original scabbard, D-guard knuckle bow with wire wrapped fish skin handle, nickel scabbard.-Very good. 5) Horstmann inscribed sword, post war issue, etched blade with the name “F.C. Berry”. Three branch hand guard with gutta percha handle, etched blade with nickel scabbard.-Extremely fine. 4-49241-580 JR531 (500-1,000)

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468

LOT OF 3 BAYONETS AND 2 SWORD SCABBARDS. 1) “U.S.” marked 1855 rifle bayonet, brass handle with “WW” inspector mark and “17” on the back of the handle – good; mottled silver and brown blade. 2) Brass handled Yaghatan 19-5/8” blade. SN 707, probably for a Spencer or Sharps & Hankins – lightly pitted blade, dinged handle, broken latch. 3) Lebel bayonet, brass handle with scabbard – good. 4) Reproduction Indian sword scabbard, purple wrapped with crude silver fittings – good. 5) Long straight sword scabbard, 38-1/2” x 2” at the top with two hangars and a tooled leather strap. The body, covered with lizard or snakeskin – skin is slightly shrunken, fair to good. 4-49241-566 JR328 (300-500)

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469

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA FIGURE EIGHT SWORD. 28-1/2” lightweight single fuller blade. The figure eight guard is very thin. CONDITION: Very heavy pitting with chips on the edge of the blade. The guard has several small bends. Traces of black paint remain on the mostly brown patina iron grip. 4-50126 (2,000-2,500)

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470

ASSEMBLED SWORD. 34-1/4” triple fuller Germanic blade with unreadable inscription in the gutters. The silver hilt is unmarked but appears to be Germanic with double langets and knight’s head pommel. Wooden hilt was wrapped with silver wire but 3/4 of that is now missing. The leather scabbard has a fancy cutout leather tip and a tar covered throat with brass tacks. A faded red sash is wrapped around the upper part of the scabbard. CONDITION: Light to moderate pitting on the blade with signs of cleaning closer to the hilt. The outer branch of the guard and quillon are bent. The remaining wire is loose. Scabbard has some losses on the reverse but is still reasonably sound. The sash is tattered. 4-49318 X35 (500-1,000)

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471

AMES MODEL 1836 CAVALRY SABER. 35-3/4” double fuller blade marked “N. P.AMES / CABOTVILLE / 1846” on the left ricasso, “US / N W P” on the right. The iron scabbard is unmarked. CONDITION: Bright blade with scattered light pitting. Hilt has a crack under the wrapping, wire is still intact. Scabbard appears to have been cleaned and is lightly pitted. 4-49517 FS313 (400-600)

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472

MASONIC SWORD. Plain blade, Knight head pommel, fluted ivory grip. CONDITION: Blade has been sharpened and cleaned. Hilt has traces of gilt remaining. Minor chips on the grip. Scabbard has light surface rust. Half of the enamel is missing from the St. Andrews cross. 4-49526 FS321 (50-100)

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472A.

CASED 19TH CENTURY DIRK. 16” double edge single fuller blade. Iron guard and pommel. Not marked, but probably continental. The case is a modern glass top made to display this dirk. CONDITION: Gray to brown patina with light pitting and surface rust. The fluted wooden grip retains about 90% of its black stain. 4-49523 FS319 (300-600)

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472B

CONFEDERATE SILK PRESENTATION FLAG WITH TREMENDOUS PROVENANCE. Large silk presentation flag made by the ladies of Augusta, Georgia, and presented by them to the Washington Light Artillery. According to noted historian Howard Madaus, the reverse colors may be indicative of this battery’s association with Polk’s Corps, which flew flags with a blue field. Accompanied by a copy of a notarized letter from Effie Neibling dated 1932 stating that the unit presented the flag to her father 2nd Lt. John Neibling after the surrender at Appomattox. Accompanied by copies of letters of authenticity by Howard Madaus and Fonda Thomsen. 4-50221 (20,000-30,000)

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472C

NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST FAMILY BIBLES. Velvet-covered Bible – personal property of Gen. Forrest’s wife Mary and so signed. Brown leather-bound Bible stamped in gilt letters “W. M. Forrest from his MOTHER”. Carried through the war by Lt. William “Willy” Forrest and presented to his bride after the war. Third Bible presented to William Forrest, Jr, Nathan’s grandson. 4-50231 (5000-7000)

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DRUM PRESENTED TO CONFEDERATE DRUMMER BOY. Bottom head inscribed in pencil “I received this on January 1, 1863 at Adairsville, Georgia” – name indecipherable. Accompanied by pair of hickory sticks. 4-50229 (2500-3500)

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472E

CONFEDERATE GENERAL’S EPAULETTES. Possibly those of General Howell Cobb “Defender of Macon”. Ex King collection. 4-50230 (700-900)

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472F

BRASS SNUFF BOX PURPORTED TO BE THAT OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. Small brass snuff box engraved “J. Davis 1857” and stamped inside “W Howe” “W. Hampton”. 4-50235 (1000-1200)

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